Amelia Ramsbottom

Incident Date:28/11/1940
Incident Address.4 Nelson Street, Failsworth
Died Address:4 Nelson Street, Failsworth
Grave Photo:No
Cemetery or Memorial:Not Known
Town Memorial:Not Listed
Extra Information:
Born Amelia Beswick during the December quarter
1909, in the Oldham R.D. - ref: 8d/658, the
daughter of Harry & Florence Beswick (nee Moult).

1911 Census - 29 Wood Street, Middleton -
Grand-daughter - aged: 16 months - born:
Middleton.    Harry Beswick - Son - aged: 24 -
occ: Dyer at Velvet Cord Dyers - born: Middleton. 
  Also - Florence Beswick - Daughter-in-Law -
aged: 21 - born: Middleton Junction.    Head of
household - Amelia's grandfather - John Beswick -
aged: 53 - occ: Blacksmith - born: Middleton.

Married Sydney Ramsbottom in the Holy Trinity
P.C., Failsworth on the 31st May 1930, the
marriage being registered  during the June quarter
1930 in the Manchester North R.D. - ref: 8d/1087. 
 Sydney - Bachelor, aged: 19 - occ: Cotton
Operative - resided: 4 Nelson Street, Failsworth. 
  Amelia - Spinster, aged: 20 - occ: Cotton
Operative - Resided: Grove House, Failsworth.

1939 National Registration - Briarfield
Convalescent Home, Arnside, South Westmorland ###.
   Amelia Ramsbottom - Born on the 21st November
1910 - Married - occ: Card Room Operative.

Her husband - Sydney Ramsbottom was residing at 4
Nelson Street, Failsworth.  Sydney Ramsbottom -
Born on the 4th June 1910 - Married - occ: General
Labourer for Bricklayer.   There are then two
redacted records.    Edwin Littlefair - Born on
the 16th March 1868 - Single - occ: Iron Turner.  
Ernest Beswick - Born on the 26th October 1917 -
Single - occ: General Labourer.   The two redacted
records will be their two sons - Thomas S.
Ramsbottom (b.1930) and Harry Ramsbottom

### Manchester and Salford Hospital Saturday Fund
was founded in 1872.  In 1907 the Fund purchased
its first convalescent home, and became Manchester
and Salford Hospital Saturday and Convalescent
Homes Fund Incorporated.  The Fund was essentially
a health insurance scheme; working people were
able to obtain treatment at certain Manchester
hospitals and convalescent homes after paying a
certain level of subscription.  Most of the funds
collected were paid into the hospitals.  Donors
either paid directly to the Fund or had the sum
deducted from their wages.  The convalescent homes
were owned by the subscribers, and were not open
to non-subscribers; there was a men's home in
Llandudno, North Wales, a women's home at Arnside,
and a children's home at Bollington, Cheshire. 
The Fund merged with Healthcare Insurance Alliance
in 1999 and became HealthSure. It sold its last
remaining convalescent home in 2000.

CWGC - Wife of Sydney Ramsbottom.   Died at 4
Nelson Street.

Failsworth (Oldham MBC)
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