|Address (with source date)||22 Primrose Lane Whitfield Glossop Derbyshire (1871)|
|290 Manchester Road Castleton Lancashire (1881)|
|15 Chaddock Road Boothstown Worsley Lancashire (1891)|
|26 Church Street Castleton Lancashire (1894)|
|8 Alexander Grove Regent Road Salford Lancashire (1901)|
|21 Zion Street Eccles New Road Salford Lancashire (1905 to 1907)|
|42 Milford Street Seedley Lancashire (1908 to 1924)|
|67 Seedley Park Road Salford Lancashire (1925 onwards)|
|Albert Road Whitefield Lancashire (1932)|
James played rugby, wing three-quarter, for the Salford Reds until 1894,
then the Rochdale Hornets from 19 October 1895.
Salford Reporter (16 Sep) 1893: Salford v Manchester Rangers - Rangeley scored two tries.
Salford Chronicle 6 January 1894: "Splendid dribble by Rangeley"..."Retired hurt"
Salford Chronicle 20 January 1894: "a good run by Rangeley"
Salford Chronicle 27 January 1894: "a grand passing bout in which Rangeley took a prominent part."
Salford Chronicle 3 February 1894: "Rangeley just averted disaster by kicking in touch"...
"who played better on Saturday than he has played for at least a month"..."Rangeley involved in a wrestling bout."
Salford Chronicle 17 February 1894: "fruitless drop at goal by Rangeley"..."excellent play by the 3/4"
(The caption for a sketch of the players says: "Jimmy Rangeley shews Jones his blakey's and scored")
Salford Reporter 17 February 1894:
...And Rangeley scored a well-earned try
Tho' from the goal too far away.
"Oh! I'm one of the boys
Say what you choose of me
Don't be afraid to chalk up one
I'm Rangeley and I'll show you how to run
I've got plenty of N.R.G.
Fond of moving my joints
Always the same and true to my name
And able to add up the points."
Salford Chronicle 24 March 1894: "Rangeley's best point was intercepting passes, which he did
James is buried with his wife, Maggie, in the Brownridge family plot
(Plot G 3189, Weaste Cemetery, Salford, Lancs). The gravestone reads:
In loving memory of
our dear mother
Jane Ann Brownridge,
who died June 12th 1911,
aged 68 years.
Peace perfect peace.
Also Elizabeth Alice Downs,
niece of the above
who died Nov 28th 1940,
aged 63 years.
Also James beloved husband of Maggie Rangeley
who died Dec 30th 1944
aged 77 years.
beloved wife of the above
died May 18th 1964
aged 86 years.