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Mary Jane Haley-Murgatroyd was born in on 9th Nov 1839 and married Henry Albert Murgatroyd (1844-1918) in Bradford Yorkshire on 2 May 1866 and had four children:
In the 1841 census[HO107/1293 Folio: 6, Page: 5] at Bridge Street Bradford there resided:
In the 1851 census [HO107/2308 Vol: 532, Page: 19] at 80 Hargrave St there were resident:
In the 1861 census [RG9/3329 Vol: 128, Page: 42] at Westbrook Place, Bradford, Yorkshire there resided:
In the 1871 census[RG10/4502 Folio: 46, Page: 21] at 113 Briggate Idle there are recorded:
Mary Jane Haley died on 16 Aug 1875 from typhoid fever after 17 days. Her four children received an annuity from the Haley family - possibly from the Will of their grandfather Elisha Haley who died in 1866.
Mary Jane's parents were Elisha Haley (1813-1866) and
Ann Deighton-Haley (1817-1840) who died aged 23 only three months after the
birth of her only child Mary Jane.
Elisha Haley remarried a year later. His second wife was Harriet Noble (??-??) with whom he had another family.
The Haleys lived sometime at Holmfield House, Thornes Park, Wakefield, Yorkshire and a picture of some members of the Haley family is shown below. We are led to believe they are Alfred Haley, son of Elisha Haley, born 1 Sep 1848 in Bradford, his wife Mary Alexander of Newcastle-upon-Tyne, and their children and is probably taken outside Holmefield House.
Mary Jane Haley-Murgatroyd was my maternal great grandmother.
Mary Jane's half-brother Alfred and his family