Spencer Family Tree of Ted & Barbara Spencer

Harriet Bulmer

 

 

1878

Opening of the Grand Theatre, New Briggate, Leeds

 

 

 

1878

Britain’s first telephone exchange operational in London

 

 

 

1904

Opening of Kirkgate Market, Vicar Lane, Leeds

 

 

 

1918

In June, five months before the end of WWI, the vote was given to women over the age of 30 who were ratepayers or married to ratepayers. Ten years  later suffrage was extended to all women, on the same terms as men

 

 

b: 8 October 1877, Bradford (or Brooklyn, New York, USA)

bp. 19 November 1877, Wesleyan Methodist Chapel, Otley Road, Bradford
Parents:
Mary Bulmer & Harry Bulmer

d: 13 November 1929, 13 Cardigan Mount, Headingly, Leeds
br: 16 November 1929, Armley Cemetery

(Employed as housekeeper to widower Charles Smith & family. Inspired loving devotion in all her children. An expert needlewoman - even when terminally ill and unable to do physical work she'd keep up with her mending. She’d send one of the children to follow their father on Monday mornings and report back whether he went to work or to the pub, so she could budget accordingly. Auntie Thora once said to Shelagh: “You're like my mother - she also found her happiness in her children.”)

No known full siblings

Half-Siblings:

(Children of John H Batty & Mary Bulmer (Batty)
- all born in Leeds)         
* Rosetta Batty (1880)

* Mary E Batty (1844)

* Arthur Batty (1886)

* Alice M Batty (1888)

* George Batty (1890)

m. 1st August 1903,

Leeds Register Office

Sp:
CHARLES SMITH

Children: (All born in Leeds, W/Yks)

* Elsie Bulmer/Smith (b. 1895, Leeds)
*
Lilian (Rosemary) SMITH (b.18 Oct 1898, Leeds)
* William Dorrien Smith (b.1900)
* Edith Smith (b.1903)
* Thora Smith (b.1912)
* May Smith (b.1915)