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Hannah Brayshaw was born in 1809 in Bradford. As the headstone says she was the servant or cook of Arthur Lupton and both of his wives; Frances, died 1860 and Jane died 1891. They lived at Newton Hall, Potter Newton, Leeds, in 1851. Arthur owned this property from the 1840's, he subdivided some of the estate and Newton Grove was built in the 1850's.
His first wife Frances died in 1860, he remarried Jane Crawford on 25 April 1866 and moved to The Elms, which was given its original name of Headingley Castle.
Hannah died at The Castle on 26 March 1894, age 85 years, still employed by Jane Lupton, Arthur having died on 1 April 1889. She was buried with her Uncle and Aunt, George and Hannah Firth, George was a tax collector living St Ann's Lane, Headingley, Leeds.