|cal 1841-05||b. Musbury, Haslingden, Lancashire||GRO index; censuses|
|1841||living with her parents and a female servant at Lower Scars, Edenfield, Bury, Lancashire||TNA: PRO HO 107/505/4 f32 p13|
|1851||scholar, living at Sykeside, Haslingden, Lancashire, with her family and a general servant||PRO HO 107/2250 f219 p15|
|1861||living with her family at Lane Ends, Haslingden, with a general servant and a visitor||PRO RG 9/3061 f68 p3|
|1871 Q1||m. William Egget Codling (18441903, b. King's Lynn RD), in Haslingden RD||GRO index|
|Children:||Charles Dean (18721872, b. Salford RD), Maud Isabel (18731966, b. Salford, Lancashire), Adeline Dean (18741962, b. Haslingden), Arthur Dean (18771950, b. Lytham, Lancashire), and William Guthrie (18801934, b. Birkenhead, Cheshire)||GRO index; censuses; National Probate Calendar (multiple entries)|
|1871||visitor at her parents' home at Well Bank, Haslingden||RG 10/4140 f87 p26|
|1881||Wesleyan minister's wife, living with her family, a servant, and a nurse, at 'The Manse', Edgeworth, Lancashire||RG 11/3831 f43 p29|
|1891||living at 9 Blenheim Square, Leeds, Yorkshire, with her family, a general servant, and a maid||RG 12/3700 f77 p10|
|1901||living at 'The Manse', 1 Cambridge Grove, Eccles, Lancashire, with her family and a general servant; her husband absent on census night||RG 13/3658 f26 p3|
|1903-01-13||husband of Hawkshead-street, Southport, Lancashire, at the date of his death||National Probate Calendar|
|1903-03-07||executor of her husband's will|
|1911||widow, living with her daughters and a general servant in 9 rooms at 18 Broomfield Road, Heaton Moor, Cheshire||RG 14/21422 RD443 ED4 SN27|
|1927-03-02||of 60a Marina, St Leonards-on-Sea; d. Hastings RD||GRO index; National Probate Calendar|
AGED WOMAN'S FALL.
DEATH FOLLOWS BROKEN THIGH
A verdict of "death by misaventure" was returned by the Borough Coroner, Mr. W.J. Glenister, at the inquest on the body of Isabella Ann Codling, a widow, who died on Wednesday, at the age of 85, at her residence, 60a, Marina. The inquiry was held at the house yesterday (Friday) evening.
Maud Codling, of 6, White Rock Gardens, daughter of the deceased woman, gave evidence that she last saw her mother alive on Tuesday evening. She had heard that her mother had met with an accident, but she did not discuss it.
A nurse who had attended the deceased woman, said that early on Monday morning, between five and six a.m. she heard a noise and looking in deceased's bedroom found her sitting on the floor by the bed. She told witness she had fallen, and was put back to bed and given a hot drink. Witness thought she knocked her shin on the bed in falling. She seemed all right for the rest of the day, although rather badly bruised. Next morning Dr. Barber attended and examined the deceased woman, and found her thigh bone was fractured. In the afternoon, Dr. Caiger, his partner, came, and prescribed for her. On Wednesday morning, after taking her food, her breathing became bad, but she did not seem to be in pain, and at 1.25 p.m. she died in her sleep.
Dr. Barker said he attended the deceased woman in June last. She was very deaf. When he was called on Tuesday, he found she was bruised in various places, and her right thigh bone was broken. An injury of that kind in a person her age was a hopeless case. Nothing more could have been done for her. The cause of death was shock, due to the fracture.
In returning a verdict of "death by misadventure," the Coroner expressed sympathy with the relatives.
|Hastings and St Leonards Observer, 1927-03-05|
THE LATE MRS. CODLING.The funeral of the late Mrs. Isabella Ann Codling, whose death we recorded in our last issue, took place on Monday. The body was conveyed by road to Southport, Lancashire, where the interment took place in the grave with her late husband, the Rev. William Eggett Codling. Two sons and two friends of deceased were present. As a former colleague of the late Mr. Codling, who was a Wesleyan minister, the Rev. F.M. Parkinson, of St. Leonards, conducted a memorial service after the inquest, which was held last week. Floral tributes were received as follows:Wreath, "In undying love and remembrance of dear mother, from Belle and Arthur"; wreath, "To dear mother, with fondest love and remembrance of her affection and care for many years. 'Until the day break, and the shadows flee away'"; har, "Deep sympathy, from Kathleen, Hilda and Aylwin"; cross, "A tribute of love, from Maud and Adeline"; spray, "Love and sympathy, from Miss Cottrell"; spray, "Love and sympathy, from Nellie"; spray, "Love and sympathy, from Eemι. [sic]" The whole of the funeral arrangements, both here and at Southport, were admirably conducted by Mr. Arthur C. Towner, 25 and 69, Norman-road, St. Leonards.
|Hastings and St Leonards Observer, 1927-03-12|
|1927-05-09||will proved at London by Arthur Dean Codling, civil servant; effects £503 19s. 5d||National Probate Calendar|
|1843 Q1||b. Musbury Bury, Lancashire||GRO index; censuses|
|1851||scholar, living at Sykeside, Haslingden, Lancashire, with her family and a general servant||TNA: PRO HO 107/2250 f219 p15|
|1861||not found in census|
|1890 Q3||d. Haslingden RD||GRO index|
|1844 Q4||b. Musbury Bury, Lancashire||GRO index; censuses|
|1851||scholar, living at Sykeside, Haslingden, Lancashire, with his family and a general servant||TNA: PRO HO 107/2250 f219 p15|
|1861||living with his family at Lane Ends, Haslingden, with a general servant and a visitor||PRO RG 9/3061 f68 p3|
|1863-06-13||one of two Hon. Secs to the Haslingden Auxiliary Union and Emancipation Society||Bury Times, 1863-06-13|
|1866 Q3||m. Hannah Whitehead (18461918, b. Rawtenstall, Lancashire), in Haslingden RD||GRO index; censuses|
|1866-11-19||with John Binns (his first cousin once removed), delegates from Haslingden to the conference of the National Reform Union in Manchester||Bury Times, 1866-11-24|
|1866-11-21||of Haslingden; present (with John Binns) at the Reform Banquet a the Free Trade Hall in Manchester, given to John Bright and other Liberal MPs||London Daily News|
|Children:||Edith Mary (18671948) and Donald Herbert W. (18701882), both b. Haslingden||GRO index; censuses|
|1871||cotton spinner employing 360 hands, living with his family and a domestic servant at Rose Hill House, Haslingden||RG 10/4140 f105 p2|
|1876-04-11||one of seven provisional directors of the new Ilex Mill Company Limited||Manchester Courier and Lancashire General Advertiser|
|1881||retired cotton manufacturer, living with his wife and a domestic servant at Helm Croft, Haslingden||RG 11/4139 f72 p4|
|1888-09-29||cotton spinner, of Haslingden; a first subscriber to the Bellite Company, Limited, explosives manufacturer||Liverpool Mercury, 1888-10-08|
|1890-09-01||farmer, of Helmcroft; fined 5s. at Haslingden police court, for allowing his dog to be at large unmuzzled||Preston Herald, 1890-09-03|
|1890-11-24||farmer, of Helmcroft; nominated the sole candidate for a by-election in Haslingden for the County Council||Preston Herald, 1890-11-26|
|1891||cotton spinner and farmer, employer, living with his family and two domestic servants at Helmcroft House, Haslingden||RG 12/3354 f130 p42|
|1901||retired cotton manufacturer, living with his family and two general servants at 10 Helmcroft, Haslingden||RG 13/3854 f191 p59|
|1909-04-27||of Helmcroft, Helmshore; had been made a JP for the county bench||Northern Daily Telegraph|
|1911||retired cotton spinner and manufacturer, living with his family, a cook, and a housemaid, in 11 rooms at Helmcroft, Helmshore, near Manchester||RG 14/24738 RD471 ED7 SN335|
|1918-04-07||wife of Helmcroft, Helmshore, at the date of her death||National Probate Calendar|
|1918-08-21||gentleman; executor of his wife's will||National Probate Calendar|
|1919-03-20||of Helmcroft, Helmshore; d. Haslingden RD||GRO index; National Probate Calendar|
|1919-06-14||will proved at London by Richard William Bugler, solicitor, Arthur Dean Codling, civil servant, Frederick Herbert Crossley, architect, and William Guthrie Codling, labour ministry official; effects £19,186 11s. 1d.||National Probate Calendar|
|1848 Q2||b. Haslingden RD||GRO index; censuses|
|1851||living at Sykeside, Haslingden, Lancashire, with his family and a general servant||TNA: PRO HO 107/2250 f219 p15|
|1853 Q1||d. Haslingden RD||GRO index|
|1853-03-16||bur. Haslingden Chapelry, Lancashire||parish register|
|1850 Q2||b. Haslingden, Lancashire||GRO index; censuses|
|1851||living at Sykeside, Haslingden, Lancashire, with her family and a general servant||PRO HO 107/2250 f219 p15|
|1861||scholar, living with her family at Lane Ends, Haslingden, with a general servant and a visitor||PRO RG 9/3061 f68 p3|
|1871||living at Well Bank, Haslingden, with her parents, a servant, and her visiting sister Isabella||RG 10/4140 f87 p26|
|1873 Q2||m. Walter Allen Whitaker (18491930, commission agent, b. Haslingden, Lancashire), in Haslingden RD||GRO index; censuses|
|Children:||Ethel Dean (18741955), Isabella Dean (18751951), Allen Dean (18771902), Harold Dean (18891911), and Hilda Dean (18931938), all b. Haslingden||GRO index; censuses; National Probate Calendar|
|1879-03-04||husband a cotton spinner, of Heap Clough Mill, Haslingden, declared bankrupt||Durham County Advertiser, 1879-03-07, citing London Gazette|
|1881||annuitant, living at Waterfoot House, Haslingden, with her family, a domestic servant, and a domestic nurse; husband absent on census night||RG 11/4137 f35 p20|
|1886-03-31||sale by auction, at Haslingden, included:
Lot. 22. A Desirable and Commodious DWELLING-HOUSE, called "Waterfoot House," situate off Grane-road aforesaid, with the Two Dwelling-houses adjoining thereto, and the Garden and Plot of Land immediately in front thereof, in the occupation of Mrs. Walter Allen Whitaker and others. This lot contains altogether an area of 2,348⅓ square yards or thereabouts, and is of freehold tenure, and free from ground rent.
|Preston Herald, 1886-03-20|
|1891||living with her family and a servant at Waterfoot House, Haslingden||RG 12/3353 f35 p28|
|1901||living with her family and a general servant at Waterfoot House, Haslingden||RG 13/3854 f140 p2|
|1911||living with her family and a domestic servant in 10 rooms at Waterfoot House, Haslingden||RG 14/24737 RD471 ED6 SN15|
|1924 Q4||d. Haslingden RD||GRO index|
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