Person record: BAMFORTH, Mrs Martha  (1844-1894)

Basic biographical summary of this person
Full nameMrs Martha Ann BAMFORTH
Genderfemale
Relevance of this personmodel appearing in slide sets 
Main period of activity1880s-90s
NotesName at birth was Martha Ann Beaumont; married James Bamforth 22 June 1865. It's not certain that the person identified as a model in several Bamforth slide sets is Mrs Bamforth, but this seems very likely (she seems to stop appearing after 1894). 
Relationships to other peoplemarried to BAMFORTH, James  (1842-1911)
mother of BAMFORTH, Harry  (1867-1930)
mother of BAMFORTH, Walter  (1869- ? )
mother of BAMFORTH, Fred  (1871- ? )
mother of BAMFORTH, Frank  (1872-1947)
mother of BAMFORTH, Lizzie  (1875-6 1911)
mother of BAMFORTH, Edwin  (1877-1939)
mother of BAMFORTH, Jane  (1878-1963)
ChronologyDateAgeEvent/activity
1844born atAustonley, Yorkshire (West Riding), England
1871-1894residentHey Gap, Holmfirth, Yorkshire (West Riding), England
1894~50died atHolmfirth, Yorkshire (West Riding), England
Slide sets linked to this personmodel: Jack the conqueror: new series (story: Bamforth & Co., 41 slides, 1893) – slide 11, as the shopkeeper
model: Our Father's care (recitation: Bamforth & Co., 14 slides, 1880s) – slides 1, 2, 6, 10, 13 and 14, as the mother
model: In the workhouse (recitation: Bamforth & Co., 9 slides, 1890) – slides 1-4, as a lady in the background
model: Her Benny (story: Bamforth & Co., 42 slides, 1889) – slide 38, as a woman in the background
model: Rhoda: or, the gipsy girl's mission of love (service of song: Bamforth & Co., 40-46 slides, 1894) – slides 1, 11 and 38, as a gipsy woman
model: Biddy (service of song: Bamforth & Co., 39 slides, 1894) – slides 3, 12 and 13, in the church congregation; slide 39, as the lady
model: Catterina: a pathetic story (story: Bamforth & Co., 49 slides, 1893) – slide 49, as the woman
model: Christie's old organ: home, sweet home (service of song: Bamforth & Co., 47-60 slides, 1892) – slides 35 and 38, as Mabel's mother
model: Christmas in Paradise (story: Bamforth & Co., 26 slides, 1893) – slide 23, as the lady at far left
model: The drunkards (recitation: Bamforth & Co., 12 slides, 1880s) – slides 9 and 10, as the wife
model: Neddie's care: or, suffer the little children (story: Bamforth & Co., 25 slides, 1887) – slides 8-24, as Miss Bell the Mission Lady
model: Mother's last words (recitation: Bamforth & Co., 19 slides, 1880s) – slides 1 and 3, as the mother
model: The matron's story (recitation: Bamforth & Co., 12 slides, 1890) – slides 2-4, as the woman in striped skirt
model: The little shoes (recitation: Bamforth & Co., 6 slides, 1880s) – slides 3, 4 and 6, as the mother
model: The gipsy's revenge (story: Bamforth & Co., 34 slides, 1886) – slide 32, as the Countess
model: A peep behind the scenes (story: Bamforth & Co., 36 slides, 1880s) – slides 3-6, 8, 10, 12-13, 15-17, 19-20, as the mother; slides 32-33, as the aunt
model: Won by a child (service of song: Bamforth & Co., 41-46 slides, 1894) – slides 16-19, 34, 36-37, 39, as Miss Joyce
model: The village blacksmith (recitation: Bamforth & Co., 12 slides, 1891) – slides 7-8, as a member of the congregation
model: Stumps: a sequel to Nelly's champion (story: Bamforth & Co., 21 slides, 1889) – slide 4, as the shopkeeper
model: There's help at hand (recitation: Bamforth & Co., 28 slides, 1880s) – slides 1-17, 23, 25-27, as the mother
model: The idol of Britain (recitation: Bamforth & Co., 7 slides, 1899) – slide 4, as a member of the congregation
model: The drunkard's wife (recitation: Bamforth & Co., 6 slides, 1880s) – slides 2, 3, 4, 6, as the wife
Lucerna ID no. 6002375Record created by Richard Crangle. Last updated 4 October 2016

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