b. 1813 Duffield, Derby.
m. Sarah Wood (b. 26-5-1822) 1847, Belper,
d. 1863, Manchester.
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Alexandra Edith Tunaley
b. 1863, Manchester.
Baptism (along with sisters Sarah, Catharine and Mary):10 Jul 1864, All Souls, Ancoats, Lancs.
Abode: 74 Every Street
Baptised by: C. B. Holden Rector
(John, the father, had died October, 1863)
m. Edward Brownfield Wain (b. 1861) of Hanley, Staffordshire, 1888.
Edward: managing director of the Chatterley Whitfield Collieries from the early age of 22 years through to his sudden death April 24th 1925.
Edward buried Norton, Staffs.
"After the voluntary liquidation of the Chatterley Iron Company in 1879, Joseph Renshaw Wain, the Company Secretary, was appointed as the liquidator to administer the company. His son Edward Brownfield Wain, 1861-1925, was by 1882 the under-manager of Chatterley Whitfield Collieries and manager in 1886. In 1920 he was still the manager and his son, Roger Clement Wain, the under-manager."
Alexandra d. 15 February 1955 (aged 92),
Timothy G. Wain b. 1889 d. 1910
Dorothy E. Wain b. 1891 d. May 1983
Roger C. Wain b. 1893 d. 1975
Nora M. Wain b. 17/1/1895 Stoke, Staffs
b. 26-5-1822, Derbyshire.
m. John Tunaley 1847,
d. 1880, Belper, Derbyshire.