Jessie Pearson, 19091939 (aged 30 years)

Jessie & Jack with unknown child (maybe Jack's cousin Norman)
Name
Jessie /Pearson/
Given names
Jessie
Surname
Pearson
Name
Jessie /Taylor/
Type of name
married name
Given names
Jessie
Surname
Taylor
Birth
Christening
Address: St John
British King
Edward VII
from January 22, 1901 to May 6, 1910 (aged 1 year)
Census
Address: 7 Anne St

1911 England - Census transcript - James Pearson - Household
7 Anne St, Dukinfield, Cheshire, England

NameRelationAgeMAgeFConditionYrMChAChLChDOccupationIndEmpHomeBirthplaceNatInfirm
James PearsonHead46Mar16PlumberworkerCheshire, Altrincham
Harriet Pearsonwife43Mar1633CardroomCotton millworkerCheshire, Altrincham
Sarah Ann Pearsondaughter14UnmCheshire, Sale
Clara Pearsondaughter6UnmLancashire, Ashton under Lyne
Jessie Pearsondaughter1UnmCheshire, Dukinfield
Death of a father
Prime Minister of the United Kingdom
Herbert Henry Asquith
from April 5, 1908 to December 6, 1916 (aged 7 years)
Marriage
Address: St John the Evangelist
Note: He was a mill worker from 50 Ashton Rd, Newton, Hyde. She was a spinster from 7 Anne St. Witnesses were William Henry Palmer and Margaret Taylor.
British King
George V
from May 6, 1910 to January 20, 1936 (aged 26 years)
The Great War
from July 28, 1914 to November 11, 1918 (aged 9 years)
Prime Minister of the United Kingdom
David Lloyd George
from December 6, 1916 to October 23, 1922 (aged 13 years)
Prime Minister of the United Kingdom
Bonar Law
from October 23, 1922 to May 22, 1923 (aged 14 years)
Prime Minister of the United Kingdom
Stanley Baldwin
from May 22, 1923 to January 22, 1924 (aged 14 years)
Prime Minister of the United Kingdom
Ramsey MacDonald
from January 22, 1924 to June 7, 1935 (aged 26 years)
Occupation
Baker and Confectioner
from 1930 to June 1939 (0 after death)
Address: 526 Audenshaw Rd
British King
Edward VII
from January 20, 1936 to December 11, 1936 (aged 27 years)
Death of a mother
Prime Minister of the United Kingdom
Stanley Baldwin
from June 7, 1935 to May 28, 1937 (aged 28 years)
British King
George VI
from December 11, 1936 to February 6, 1952 (on the date of death)
Prime Minister of the United Kingdom
Neville Chamberlain
from May 28, 1937 to May 10, 1940 (on the date of death)
Death
Cause of death: Shock following corrosive poisoning by swallowing sodium fluoride
Address: District Infirmary
Note: Sodium fluoride is commonly found in rat poison. There was talk in the family "was Jack having an affair? did she jump or was she pushed?"
Burial
Address: The Municipal Cemetery and Crematorium
Note: Burial in grave A3 DUK/525
Family with parents
father
18641915
Birth: June 2, 1864 32 28 Altrincham, Cheshire, England
Death: between October 1915 and December 1915Ashton under Lyne, Lancashire, England
mother
Harriet Pearson with two daughters
18681937
Birth: March 8, 1868 28 28 Altrincham, Cheshire, England
Death: February 10, 1937Dukinfield, Cheshire, England
Marriage MarriageNovember 17, 1894Altrincham, Cheshire, England
2 years
elder sister
Sarah Pearson
18961949
Birth: November 1, 1896 32 28 Sale, Cheshire, England
Death: July 2, 1949Dukinfield, Cheshire, England
8 years
elder sister
Harriet Pearson with two daughters
19041980
Birth: November 26, 1904 40 36 Ashton under Lyne, Lancashire, England
Death: January 24, 1980Macclesfield, Cheshire, England
4 years
herself
Jessie & Jack with unknown child (maybe Jack's cousin Norman)
19091939
Birth: March 10, 1909 44 41 Dukinfield, Cheshire, England
Death: June 13, 1939Ashton under Lyne, Lancashire, England
Family with John Taylor
husband
Jessie & Jack with unknown child (maybe Jack's cousin Norman)
1907
Birth: May 4, 1907 30 25 Ashton under Lyne, Lancashire, England
Death:
herself
Jessie & Jack with unknown child (maybe Jack's cousin Norman)
19091939
Birth: March 10, 1909 44 41 Dukinfield, Cheshire, England
Death: June 13, 1939Ashton under Lyne, Lancashire, England
Marriage MarriageSeptember 2, 1933Dukinfield, Cheshire, England
Birth
Christening
Census
Marriage
Death
Burial
Census
Shared note

1911 England - Census transcript - James Pearson - Household
7 Anne St, Dukinfield, Cheshire, England

NameRelationAgeMAgeFConditionYrMChAChLChDOccupationIndEmpHomeBirthplaceNatInfirm
James PearsonHead46Mar16PlumberworkerCheshire, Altrincham
Harriet Pearsonwife43Mar1633CardroomCotton millworkerCheshire, Altrincham
Sarah Ann Pearsondaughter14UnmCheshire, Sale
Clara Pearsondaughter6UnmLancashire, Ashton under Lyne
Jessie Pearsondaughter1UnmCheshire, Dukinfield
Marriage

He was a mill worker from 50 Ashton Rd, Newton, Hyde. She was a spinster from 7 Anne St. Witnesses were William Henry Palmer and Margaret Taylor.

Death

Sodium fluoride is commonly found in rat poison. There was talk in the family "was Jack having an affair? did she jump or was she pushed?"

Burial

Burial in grave A3 DUK/525

Marriage
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Jessie & Jack with unknown child (maybe Jack's cousin Norman)
Jessie & Jack with unknown child (maybe Jack's cousin Norman)
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Jessie Pearson
Jessie Pearson
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Jessie, Jack and friend
Jessie, Jack and friend
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Family group
Family group
Note: From left: Clara Palmer, Jack Taylor, William Palmer, Jessie Taylor (rear), Harriet Pearson (front), Jack Chorlton, Minnie Chorlton