NameHannah
Birthabt 1825, Manchester, Lancashire, England
Death1 Nov 1884, Atherton, Lancashire
Burial4 Nov 1884, Christ Church, Harpurhey, Lancashire
Spouses
1Thomas BAGNALL , GGG Uncle
Birthabt 1825, Salford, Lancashire
OccupationStaff Sergeant Of Musketry
FatherEdward BAGNALL (~1803-1857)
MotherMary SHOREMAN (~1799-1871)
Notes for Hannah
Parish Records Christ Church, Harpurhey, Manchester, Lancashire
Hannah Bagnall of Atherton buried November 4, 1884, age 59 years, ceremony performed by I. Leighton, Rector

National Probate Calendar
December 10, 1884 Administration of the Personal Estate of Hannah Bagnall (Wife of Thomas Bagnall) late of Bag-lane Atherton in the County of Lancaster who died 1 November 1884 at Bag-lane was granted at Liverpool to the said Thomas Bagnall of Howe Bridge Atherton Club Custodian. Effects 33 pounds.
Notes for Thomas (Spouse 1)
In the 1841 census Bk. St. Georges, Manchester, Lancashire.
Edward Bagnall, age 35, blacksmith, born in Lancashire.
Mary Bagnall, age 40, born in Lancashire.
Elizabeth Bagnall, age 20, cotton winder, born in Lancashire.
Thomas Bagnall, age 16, warehouseman, born in Lancashire.
Edward Bagnall, age 10, born in Lancashire.
Anne Bagnall, age 9, born in Lancashire.
Margaret, age 4, born in Lancashire.

Military Records

Discharge Papers dated August 22, 1867, Madras
3rd Battalion, 60th Royal Rifles [King’s Royal Rifle Corps]
Quarter-Master Sergeant Thomas Bagnall, Regimental Number 15
His Service to August 31, 1867 21 years 174 days
East Indies 10 years 328 days
Medical disability
Conduct very good
never been wounded

Statement of Services
2nd Battalion/60th Regiment
Attested private March 13, 1846
Promoted Corporal December 29, 1849
Promoted Segeant November 30, 1852
Transferred to 3rd Battalion/60th Regiment and
Promoted Sergeant Major April 1, 1855
Resigned at his own request Color Sergeant December 22, 1855
Promoted Quarter Master Sergeant Jun 1, 1860 to August 31, 1867
Additional one penny Good Conduct Pay March 13, 1851
Granted a Medal for Long Service and Good Conduct and Gratuity of 15 pounds, July 14, 1864

Discharge Certificate from Permanent Staff of Auxiliary Forces
4th Lancashire Rifle Volunteer Corps
Sergeant Instructer Thomas Bagnall appointed 1st Class Sergeant Instructor
60th Rifles March 11, 1846 to August 11, 1868 22 years 154 days
4th LRVol (late 4th Ad: Battalion LRVols) May 18, 1869 to June 3, 1884 15 years 16 days
Total Service 37 years 170 days
Discharge in consequence of old age
General Conduct Very Good
He was on August 12, 1868 awarded a pension of 2 shillings/3 pence a day for his service in the 60th Rifles
Description 57 years of age, 5 feet 7 1/2 inches tall, grey haqir, grey eyes, fresh complexion and by trade a farrier
intended place of residence Bag Lane, Atherton, Lancashire.

End of Military Records

In the 1871 census 205 Bag Lane, Atherton, Lancashire.
Head Thomas Bagnall, age 47, Sergeant Instructor of 60th L.N.P. [The last letter may be different] Volunteers.
Wife Hannah Bagnall, age 45, born Manchester. 2 lodgers
[There was a 60th (Atherton) Lancashire Rifle Volunteer Corps which was formed on March 6, 1860]

In the 1881 census 14 Bag Lane, Atherton, Lancashire.
Head Thomas Bagnall, age 56, Staff Sergeant of Musketry, born Salford, Lancashire.
Wife Hannah Bagnall, age 55, born Manchester, Lancashire.

In the 1891 census 42 Lorn St. Manchester.
Head Edward Bagnall, age 60, general labourer, born Salford.
Wife Mary Bagnall, age 50?, born Manchester.
Daughter Mary Bagnall, single, age 22, smallware weaver fancy, born Manchester.
Son Thomas E. Bagnall, single, age 18, maker up apprentice, born Manchester. Lodger Thomas Bagnall, widower, age 65, living on his own means, born Salford.

A possible entry in the 1901 census 72 Wendbury Street, Harpurhey, Manchester, Lancashire
Head Thomas Bagnall, widower, age 71, living on his own means, born Salford, Lancashire.
[The age should be more, but he does seems to loose years between each census!]
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