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Sacred To The Memory Of


the beloved wife of WILLIAM WHITELEY,

one of the senior ministers of the Wesleyan

Reform Churches in the Leeds circuits,

she was born March 25th, 1791 and d t lit triumph of faith,

March 4th 1856.  

Come let us join our friends above

Who have obtained the prize:

And on the eagle wings of love,

To joys celestial rise.

Even now, by faith, we join our hands,

With Her that's gone before:

And greet the blood besprinkled bands,

On the eternal shore.

Also the above


for upwards of 50 years preacher of the

Gospel in Leeds and elsewhere,

Died March 28th 1872, at Great Horton Bradford

At 81 y.

Having served his generation by the will of God

Acts XIII.36.  

Mary was wife of William Whiteley, he was a Book-Keeper and a Senior Minister of Wesleyan Reform Churches in and around Leeds.

Mary was born on 25th March, 1791.

The 1841 Census shows them living with their seven children in Aspley, Huddersfield.

William born 1816

Elizabeth born 1815

Sarah born 1821

Hannah Maria born 1826 - Hannah, married at Huddersfield Parish Church and lived in Aspley, Huddersfield.

John born 1825

Alfred born 1827

Eliza born 1837

1851 Census shows them living at Shore, Huddersfield, with children Alfred, 22 years, a Porter,

 and Eliza Jane, age 14 both born Huddersfield

Mary died 4th March 1856, age 64 of 32 Concord Street, Leeds.  William died 1872 at Great Horton, Bradford, 81 years.

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