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Udall, Emma Louisa [Emma Louisa Holdsworth]

[1857-1926] Emma Louisa Udall, daughter of Thomas Udall of Silverdale Staffs
Born 24 September 1857; Christened 29 October 1857 at Newcastle Under Lyme, Stafford, England.

Married Clement Holdsworth at Steele Church, Staffs 27 Sep 1878.

They resided at Netherside Hall, Threshfield, Skipton.
Shaw Lodge, Halifax.
Catteral Hall, Giggleswick.
Scargill House, Kettlewell

Emma Louisa died 13 December 1926, at The Beeches, Linton, Nr Skipton in her 70th year and was interred in the family mausoleum at All Saints' Church, Salterhebble.
Mother of George Bertram Holdsworth,
Constance Gertrude,
Kathleen Marian,
Hugh Reginald,
twins Norman Cyril and Robert Lionel and
Florence Gwendoline.

[ Further research required regarding her family.
There is a record of an Alice Louisa Udall, who married Charles Lowe.
Several entries in the visitors book 1912-24, DWH.
See Index of the Parish magazines for Warminster, Wiltshire January 1901 to December 1902 ]

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