Frankland Family Tree

David Frankland (1871 - 1927)

 
John
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Margaret
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David
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Eleanor
Ormerod
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Joseph
Frankland
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Margaret
Frankland
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Elizabeth
Frankland
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John
Frankland
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Henry
Frankland
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Eleanor
Frankland
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Tom
Frankland
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David
Frankland
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Mary
Alice
Frankland
 


David Frankland was the son of John Frankland and Margaret Slinger.

David was born on Monday 12 June 1871 in Edge, Slaidburn, Yorkshire.

David married Eleanor Ormerod in 1899 in St Anne's Church, Fence, Burnley, Lancashire.

He had the following children from his marriage to Eleanor Ormerod:

- Joseph (Joe) Frankland

born around 1899 at Burnley, Lancashire.

- Margaret (Maggie) Frankland

born in 1901.

- Elizabeth (Lizzie / Beth) Frankland

born in 1903.

- John Frankland

born in 1905.

- Henry (Harry) Frankland

born on 17 June 1907 at Burnley, Lancashire.

- Eleanor (Nellie) Frankland

born on 25 August 1909.

- Tom Frankland

born in 1911.

- David Frankland

born in 1913.

- Mary Alice Frankland

born in 1916.

The places where he lived have been identified as:

From To Place Source of Information
1871  1881  Edge, Slaidburn, Yorkshire.  Notes 1 & 2. 
1899    Burnley, Lancashire.  Note 3. 
1901    43 Tunstills, Burnley, Lancashire.  Note 4. 
1927    Wheatley Lane, near Burnley.  Note 5. 

David was a Farmer's Milkman.

David died when he was 56 years old, on Wednesday 15 June 1927.  

He was buried on Saturday 18 June 1927 in Inghamite Chapel, Wheatley Lane, near Burnley.

Notes - Sources of information:
1. Birth Certificate.
2. See 1881 Census.
3. See 1901 Census. Birthplace of his son Joseph.
4. See 1901 Census.
5. Burial Card (see 'Documents' link) which was provided by Bryan Frankland through Mary Helen Huskie (nee Chew).
6. Marriage place provided by Simon Margutti through Genes Reunited.

Parish Registers:
Details.

Census Data:

Year Address
1881 Edge, Slaidburn, Yorkshire.
1901 43 Tunstills, Burnley, Lancashire.
1911 283 Barden Lane, Burnley, Lancashire.