Nancy Taylor
Born 05/10/1823 in Royton
Settled in Rochdale Lane, Royton
Father Thomas Taylor
Mother Susannah Stansfield

Siblings Alice Taylor, Ann Taylor
Children Betty Whittaker, Lucy Whittaker, Francis Whittaker
Notes Born in 1823, christened on 05/10/1823 in Royton. In 1846 lived in Shudehill (central Manchester) when she married Henry Whittaker. In 1841 and in 1851 she was living with her parents, her sisters and with her own children. She was a Fustian Weaver and living in School Yard, Royton. She later married Henry Hague. In 1861 census, living in "Sand Hole" Royton with husband Henry, step-daughter, Betty and Lucy. In 1871 census she was the wife of Henry Hague, aged 47 and living with her two children (shown as step-daughters to Henry Hague) and an adopted son, Joseph Travis in Rochdale Lane, Royton. Was recorded in the 1881 census as the Head of the house looking after Lucy Olive Cocker and Frank Cocker, her grandchildren. It is assumed that their parents were in America at this time (Frank was born there). Nancy gave evidence at the inquest into the death of her son-in-law, Charles Cocker. Charles had had his tea at home in a break from work and then died after he returned by falling down a mine shaft. That accident left Lucy and Frank orphaned.