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Name:Joseph YOUNGHUSBAND
Birth:abt. 1827 England
Spouse:Emma CHRIMES
Marriage:6 Aug 1848 Cathedral, Manchester, Lancashire, England
Children:Not relevant to this research
Residence:1848 Duke St., Hulme, Manchester, Lancashire, England
Occupation:1848 Joiner
Death:bet. Jul and Sep 1851 Chorlton-upon-Medlock, Manchester, Lancashire, England
Country of last known residence:England Branch:Crowton
From J, wife of ancestry member edwardings2004 "Emma died early 1851 and her husband Joseph Younghusband was re-married the same year to a Mary Ann Smith in Manchester (August) . Around a month later he was sadly murdered by one of his workmen following a disagreement in a Manchester public House. If you Google Younghusband master builder you will find the newspaper article. The killer, Thomas Gleeson, was sentenced to 7 years transportation for manslaughter and ended up on the Warrior, a prison hulk moored in the Thames. Don't think he was ever actually transported and after reading the newspaper report can't imagine how the verdict could have been only manslaughter!"
I cannot find a birth record for Joseph. Joseph YOUNGHUSBAND b.1827 Cumberland appears on the 1851 England Census as unmarried, living with parents in Cumberland, so cannot be this Joseph. The birth year of 1827 is based on age given at marriage, so cannot be relied upon. An 1851 England Census record for Chorlton, implying born 1831, may apply, but the image is almost illegible.