Winder


Albert Edward Winder (1871-1957)

  • born 23 October 1871
  • registered as Albert Edward Chapman
  • married Isabella Mason (1871-1949) in 1892
  • railway goods shunter in 1901
  • LNWR foreman porter in 1911
  • lived at 4 Helmside from 1901 or before until 1957
  • died 30 January 1957 at Kendal Green Hospital
  • probate 19 February 1957 to son John Willie Winder
  • estate valued at £423 15s 8d

Albert and Isabel had the following children:

  • John Willie Winder (1892-1958) – born 27 May 1892 – married Helena Robinson (1890-1976) in 1922 – they lived at Helme Hurst 100 Oxenholme Road – John was a LMS Goods Guard – he died 29 November 1958 – estate valued at £2,208
  • George Winder (1894-1973) – born 19 July 1894 – married Sarah Elizabeth Scott (1896-1977) in 1919 – in 1939 they were living at Mill Cottage – George was a LMS Railway Fireman and Sarah was a cafe waitress one day a week – they had one son – widow Sarah lived at 19 Helmside Road and died in 1977
  • Edith Winder (1896-1984) – married Albert Turner Parker (1900-1986) in 1923 – in 1939 they were living at Rinkfield, Kendal – Albert was a boot factory worker – they had two sons
  • Nora Isabel Winder (1898-1977) – born 11 August 1898 – married Samuel Cookson Dobson (1898-1927) – they had one daughter – in 1939 Nora was living at 88 Stricklandgate and was a cook for the Provincial Insurance Office
  • Thomas Baden Powell Winder (1900-1969) – born 11 May 1900 – married Jessie Gargate (1904-1960) in 1927 – in 1939 they were living at 44 Stricklandgate, Kendal and Thomas was working as a steam turbine driver in a paper mill – Thomas and Jessie had a daughter and two sons (one of whom died shortly after birth)
  • Albert Edward ‘Bert’ Winder (1902-1957) – born 24 July 1902 – attended Natland School – pictured below in 1909 – married Eva Rigg (1901-1986) – in 1939 they were living with Eva’s mother at 25 Burton Road, Kendal – Albert was a LMS locomotive fireman – they had son Harold (1924-2006) who became a painter and decorator and a daughter

  • Nina Margaret Winder (1906-1998) – born 16 March 1906 – married Richard Longmire (1903-1964) in 1930 – in 1939 livng at 2 Greenside, Kendal – Richard was a electrical contractor’s electrician and was also an Air Raid Warden during WW2
  • Philip Winder (1908-1978) – born 24 April 1908 – married Maggie Taylor (1909-1987) – in 1939 they were living at Broughton Lodge Cottages near Ulverston – Philip was a chauffeur/gardener

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Page last updated: 6 April 2018

 

Natland Terrace

O.S. Map from 1896 showing position of Natland Terrace

Natland Terrace was built in 1896 to house railway workers.

Natland Terrace actually comprises two rows of terraces – one row either side of Hill Place built the following year.


Left-hand Terrace: 1 – 6 Natland Terrace


1-6 Natland Terrace

1 Natland Terrace = 133 Helmside Road

  • 1901 – Henry Woodhouse & family
  • 1911 – Henry Woodhouse & family
  • 1915 – Henry Woodhouse & family

2 Natland Terrace = 131 Helmside Road

  • 1901 – William Green & family
  • 1911 – William Green & family
  • 1915 – William Green & family

3 Natland Terrace = 129 Helmside Road

  • 1901 – William Duckett & family
  • 1911 – James Nelson Ducksbury & family
  • 1915 – James Nelson Ducksbury & family

4 Natland Terrace = 127 Helmside Road

  • 1901 – Henry Swainbank & family – wife Martha Swainbank operated a shop from 4 Natland Terrace –
  • 1911 – Frederick Arthur Oates & family
  • 1915 – Frederick Arthur Oates & family

5 Natland Terrace = 125 Helmside Road

  • 1901 – Thomas Thewlis & family
  • 1911 – Thomas Thewlis & family
  • 1915 – Thomas Thewlis & family

6 Natland Terrace = 123 Helmside Road

  • 1901 – Henry Preston & family – Stationmaster’s House
  • 1911 – Richard Atkin Knights & family – Stationmaster’s House
  • 1915 – Richard Atkin Knights & family – Stationmaster’s House
  • 1925 – Robert Raffles & family – Stationmaster’s House
  • 1940 – 1946 – William Robert Pears – Stationmaster’s House
  • 19??-1954? – ? Atkinson – Stationmaster’s House
  • 1954?-1957? – “Dan” Archer – Stationmaster’s House
  • 1957-19?? – George Stewart – Stationmaster’s House

[between nos. 6 and 7 Natland Terrace is Hill Place]


Right-hand Terrace: 7 – 12 Natland Terrace


7-12 Natland Terrace

7 Natland Terrace = 121 Helmside Road

  • 1901 – James Tideswell & family – Shedmaster’s House
  • 1911 – James Tideswell & family – Shedmaster’s House
  • 1915 – James Tideswell & family – Shedmaster’s House
  • 1937 – Thomas Horace Cottam & family

8 Natland Terrace = 119 Helmside Road

  • 1901 – William Hind & family
  • 1911 – William Hind & family
  • 1915 – William Hind & family

9 Natland Terrace = 117 Helmside Road

  • 1901 – Robert Bouskill & family
  • 1911 – Robert Bouskill & family
  • 1915 – Robert Bouskill & family

10 Natland Terrace = 115 Helmside Road

  • 1901 – Robert Dobson & family
  • 1911 – John Longhorn & family
  • 1915 – John Longhorn & family

11 Natland Terrace = 113 Helmside Road

  • 1901 – James Tollerson & family
  • 1911 – Robert Park & family
  • 1915 –

12 Natland Terrace = 111 Helmside Road

  • 1901 – Joseph Robinson & family
  • 1911 – Alfred Conway & family
  • 1915 – ?

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Page last updated 16 October 2017

1909: Oxenholme – Railway Mission

On Monday a successful gathering was held to celebrate the third anniversary of the opening of the Mission Hall. Numerous guests, after partaking of a substantial tea, were addressed by Mrs. Isaac Braithwaite. The chair was occupied by Mr. John Parker, who referred briefly to the work and progress of the Mission under its earnest leader, Mrs. Page. The latter in a few well-chosen and touching words, thanked the members and workers for their help and sympathy. The tables were presided over by Mrs. W. Phizackerley, Mrs. Ellison, Mrs. Chris. Dobson, Mrs. J. Parker, assisted by many willing helpers. The programme included music and recitations by Miss Wilkinson, Mr. W. Phizackerley, Master C. Ewen, Miss Black, Misses Robinson, Miss Fanny Jackson, and Mr. Parker. Miss Wilkinson presided at the organ.

Westmorland Gazette, 18 September 1909