Rangeley Family Tree
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Alfred RANGELEY
Father Caleb RANGELEY
Mother Ann WINTERBOTTOM
Born 08 October 1850 Hayfield Derbys
Christened 26 January 1851 St Matthew's Church Hayfield Derbys
Died 1923 March Quarter Preston Lancs
Buried 23 February 1923 Hayfield Derbys
Marriage Elizabeth Alice GREENWOOD 01 May 1876 Fairfield Derbys
Child John William RANGELEY (1876 - 1949)
Child Mary RANGELEY (1878 - ?)
Child Alfred RANGELEY (1881 - ?)
Marriage Mary Jane WEAGER 11 July 1890 St Barnabas Pendleton Lancs
Child Ernest RANGELEY (1891 - 1891)
Child Ann RANGELEY (1893 - ?)
Child Jane RANGELEY (1894 - ?)
Occupation (with source date)Labourer (1871)
Labourer at Iron Works (1881)
Railway Porter (1881)
Labourer at Calico Print Works (1891)
Labourer at Bleach Works (1901 and 1911)
Address (with source date)Top of Town Hayfield Derbyshire (1851)
Church Street Hayfield Derbyshire (1871)
10 Nuttall Street Accrington Lancashire (1881)
Rockley Street Pendleton Lancashire (1890)
Stones Head Hayfield Derbyshire (1891)
Chinley Derbyshire (1901)
43 Swansea Street Ashton on Ribble Preston Lancashire (1911)


Miscellaneous:

The High Peak Advertiser July 18th 1890:
Marriage of Mr Alfred Rangeley - The wedding of Mr Alfred Rangeley of Hayfield, a well known member of the Hayfield Church bell-ringers, took place on Monday last, his bride being Miss Mary Weager, of Brimfield, Herefordshire. The marriage took place at St Barnabas Church, Pendleton, the officiating clergyman being Rev Alfred George, vicar of that parish. The newly married couple returned home by train in the evening.
The High Peak Reporter. Feb 24th 1923.
We regret to record the death of Mr Alfred Rangeley, a well known gentleman, which occured at Preston during the early part of the week. Mr Rangeley, who was 72 years of age, was a famous bell ringer, and had been interested in campanology for many years. He was a ringer for a long period at Hayfield Parish Church, and his name may be seen in the ringing chamber to-day along with others, on a board, which records an exceptionally fine performance with the bells many years ago. The deceased had a long connection with the church, and was formerly employed at the Kinder Printworks. He was also an old member of Court Kinder Scout of the Order of Foresters. His father was Caleb Rangeley, and Mr Ernest Rangeley of Fisher's Lane is a brother. He leaves a widow (second wife) and a family. The funeral took place ay Hayfield to-day (Friday).
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