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Edward Timothy CULLINANE

Male Abt 1851 - 1903  (~ 52 years)


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  • Name Edward Timothy CULLINANE  [1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12
    Born Abt 1851  Cork, Ireland Find all individuals with events at this location  [1, 2, 3, 4, 9, 12, 13
    Gender Male 
    Address 1861  22 Bread Street, Bristol, Avon, England Find all individuals with events at this location  [12
    Occupation 1861  [12
    Scholar 
    Address 1867  Kingsland Road, Bristol, Gloucestershire, England Find all individuals with events at this location  [9
    Occupation 1867  [9
    Labourer 
    Address 1871  Gas Lane, Bristol, Avon, England Find all individuals with events at this location  [1
    Occupation 1871  [1
    Labourer in Cotton Works 
    Occupation 1872  [5
    Overlooker in Cotton Works 
    Address 1881  11 Brougham Street, Bristol, Avon, England Find all individuals with events at this location  [2
    Occupation 1881  [2
    Overlooker in Cotton Works 
    Address 1891  6 St Lukes Street, Bristol, Avon, England Find all individuals with events at this location  [3
    Occupation 1891  [3
    Overlooker in Cotton Works 
    Address 1901  3 St Lukes Street, Barton Hill, Bristol, England Find all individuals with events at this location  [4
    Occupation 1901  [4
    Foreman of Cotton Factory 
    Address 1903  3 St Lukes Street, Barton Hill, Bristol, England Find all individuals with events at this location  [10
    Occupation 1903  [11
    Manager Cotton Winding and Warping 
    Died 8 Oct 1903  [10, 13
    Buried 13 Oct 1903  Grave#157, Purple F, Avon View Cemetery, Crews Hole, Bristol, England Find all individuals with events at this location  [10
    Person ID I48  My Genealogy
    Last Modified 27 Aug 2018 

    Father Timothy CULLINANE,   b. 1789, Cork, Ireland Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Relationship natural 
    Mother Mary ?,   b. Abt 1806, Cork, Ireland Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 26 Nov 1885, Barton Regis Workhouse, 100 Fishponds Road, Eastville, Bristol, Avon, England Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age ~ 79 years) 
    Relationship natural 
    Family ID F63  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

    Family Eliza CHILD,   b. Abt 1849, St Philip's, Bristol, Avon, England Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 4 Sep 1923, 110 Avonvale Road, Bristol, Avon, England Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age ~ 74 years) 
    Married 7 Jul 1867  Church of Emmanuel, Bristol, England Find all individuals with events at this location  [7, 8, 9
    • William SCOURSE (Eliza's uncle) and Ann PARKER are witnesses
    Children 
     1. John J CULLINANE,   b. 26 Sep 1867, Barton Hill, Bristol, Avon, England Find all individuals with events at this location  [natural]
     2. James CULLINANE,   b. 1870, Bristol, Gloucestershire, England Find all individuals with events at this location  [natural]
     3. Edward CULLINANE,   b. 26 Nov 1872, 23 Waterloo Square, Bristol, Avon, England Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. Aug 1913, Nr Teslin Lake, British Columbia, Canada Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 40 years)  [natural]
     4. William CULLINANE,   b. 1875, St Luke's, Bristol, England Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 27 Aug 1944  (Age 69 years)  [natural]
     5. Eliza Ellen CULLINANE,   b. Abt 1877, Bristol, Gloucestershire, England Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 8 Jan 1908, Barton Regis Workhouse, 100 Fishponds Road, Eastville, Bristol, Avon, England Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age ~ 31 years)  [natural]
     6. James CULLINANE,   b. 1880, Bristol, Gloucestershire, England Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 1917  (Age 37 years)  [natural]
     7. Thomas CULLINANE,   b. Abt 1882, St Philip's, Bristol, Avon, England Find all individuals with events at this location  [natural]
     8. Julia CULLINANE,   b. 15 Dec 1883, St Luke's, Bristol, England Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 22 Jul 1966, Milford Lodge Hotel, Weston Super Mare, Somerset, England Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 82 years)  [natural]
     9. Harriet Agnes CULLINANE,   b. 1886, St Luke's, Bristol, England Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 24 Jul 1961  (Age 75 years)  [natural]
    Last Modified 27 Aug 2018 
    Family ID F24  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

  • Notes 
    • 06/11
      1911 census suggests that Timothy and Eliza had 11 children. By 1911 4 had died. We know this would include Ellen, but who were the other 3? Perhaps James b1880?

      18/12/02
      Radio Bristol this morning featured a man with a background of both an appreciation of blues music from the cotton plantations in America and an interest in local history. He has been inspired, by work done by Barton Hill History Society, to devise a musical community play entitled "King Cotton", based on the history of the Great Western Cotton Factory, where your predecessor Mr. Cullinane was a foreman. This fellow explained in a radio interview how this huge factory was built on a greenfield site at Barton Hill which was originally an area of orchards and market gardens (hence the 'local' "Rhubarb Tavern") and completely changed the nature of the area and of the inhabitants.
      Capital for the project was supplied by ten men who had profited from the slave trade and the West Indies and aimed, after slavery, to continue here the work they had done in America.
      Factory life ibn Barton Hill was pretty strict with mostly women working from 6 to 6 daily and 6-12 mid-day on Saturdays. One chap of 90-odd years, Wally Ball, rang in to say he remembered as a small boy being allowed to go with his mother to her workplace, with something like 1,000 women in a huge hall full of huge cast-iron shuttle machines, many, as was his mother, looking after up to 6 machines each. Dad will remember the road where he lived, Russeltown Avenue (which was originally called Dean Lane but was changed to distinguish it from the Dean Lane in Bedminster). The average employee total at the factory was usually around 1,200 to 1,800 and even up to 2,000.
      Finally, of course, due to the American cotton famine caused by boll weevil, and growing competition from Liverpool where access to the port was easier and so Port Charges were not so high, the Great Western project was never able fully to recover again.
      G.E.C. (General Electric Co.) were the last to use the factory premises, as a warehouse depot, before it was demolished. It was mentioned in the interview how it was a shame that demolition was considered necessary - that 'conservation' concerns most usually the property of the privileged rich and it is working traditions that always warrant 'demolition'.

  • Sources 
    1. [S8] 1871 Census, CULLINANE, Timothy; & family; RG10 piece 2562 folio 83 page 5.
      Name Relation Condition Sex Age Birth Year Occupation Where Born

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      CULLINANE, Timothy Head M 22 1849 Ireland
      CULLINANE, Eliza Wife F 21 1850 Gloucestershire
      CULLINANE, James Son M 1 1870 Gloucestershire

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      RG number: RG10
      Piece: 2562
      Folio: 83
      Page: 5

      Registration District: Clifton
      Sub District: St Philip & Jacob
      Enumeration District: 27
      Ecclesiastical Parish:
      Civil Parish: St Philip & Jacob
      Municipal Borough: Bristol
      Address: Gas Lane, St Philip & Jacob, Bristol
      County: Gloucestershire

    2. [S7] 1881 Census, CULLINANE, Timothy; & family; RG11 piece 2499 folio 91 page 26.
      Name Relation Condition Sex Age Birth Year Occupation Disability Where Born

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      CULLINANE, Timothy Head Married M 30 1851 Overlooker In Cotton Wks Ireland
      CULLINANE, Eliza Wife Married F 31 1850 Cotton Operative Bristol Gloucestershire
      CULLINANE, John Son Single M 11 1870 Scholar Bristol Gloucestershire
      CULLINANE, Edward Son Single M 8 1873 Scholar Bristol Gloucestershire
      CULLINANE, William Son Single M 6 1875 Scholar Bristol Gloucestershire
      CULLINANE, Eliza Daughter Single F 3 1878 Scholar Bristol Gloucestershire
      CULLINANE, James Son Single M 1 1880 Bristol Gloucestershire
      FUDGE, John Lodger Single M 33 1848 Freestone Sawyer Out Of Employ (Cutter) Hanham Gloucestershire

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      RG number: RG11
      Piece: 2499
      Folio: 91
      Page: 26

      Registration District: Barton Regis
      Sub District: Ss Philip and Jacob
      Enumeration District:
      Ecclesiastical Parish:
      Civil Parish: Ss Philip and Jacob (Out)
      Municipal Borough:
      Address: 11, Brougham St, Ss Philip And Jacob (Out)
      County: Gloucestershire

    3. [S14] 1891 Census, CULLINANE, Timothy; & family; RG12 piece 1984 folio 105 page 17.
      Name Relation Condition Sex Age Birth Year Occupation Disability Where Born

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      CULLINANE, Timothy Head Married M 40 1851 Overlooker In Cotton Works Cork Ireland
      CULLINANE, Eliza Wife Married F 41 1850 Warper Cotton Works Bristol St Philips
      CULLINANE, Edward Son Single M 18 1873 Labourer Tobacco Works Bristol St Philips
      CULLINANE, William Son Single M 16 1875 Stitcher Cotton Works Bristol St Philips
      CULLINANE, Eliza Daughter F 13 1878 Worker Boot Factory Bristol St Philips
      CULLINANE, James Son M 12 1879 Scholar Bristol St Philips
      CULLINANE, Thomas Son M 10 1881 Scholar Bristol St Philips
      CULLINANE, Julia Daughter F 8 1883 Scholar Bristol St Philips
      CULLINANE, Harriett Daughter F 5 1886 Scholar Bristol St Philips

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      RG number: RG12
      Piece:1984
      Folio: 105
      Page: 17

      Registration District: Barton Regis
      Sub District: St Philip & St Jacob
      Enumeration District: 37
      Ecclesiastical Parish: St Lukes
      Civil Parish: St Philip & St Jacob Out
      Municipal Borough: Bristol
      Address: 6, St Lukes Street, St Philip & St Jacob Out, Bristol
      County: Gloucestershire

    4. [S2] 1901 Census, CULLINANE, Timothy; & family; RG13 piece 2383 folio 24 page 2.
      Name Relation Condition Sex Age Birth Year Occupation Disability Where Born

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      CULLINANE, Timothy Head Married M 50 1851 Foreman Of Winders Cotton Factory Ireland
      CULLINANE, Eliza Wife Married F 51 1850 Cotton Worker Bristol St Philips
      CULLINANE, William Son Single M 26 1875 Labourer Iron Works Bristol St Lukes
      CULLINANE, Thomas Son Single M 19 1882 Labourer Iron Works Bristol St Philips
      CULLINANE, Julia Daughter Single F 17 1884 Cigar Maker Bristol St Lukes
      CULLINANE, Harriet Daughter Single F 15 1886 Cigar Maker Bristol St Lukes

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      RG number: RG13
      Piece: 2383
      Folio: 24
      Page: 2

      Registration District: Bristol
      Sub District: St Philip and St Jacob
      Enumeration District: 38
      Ecclesiastical Parish: St Luke's
      Civil Parish: Bristol
      Municipal Borough:
      Address: 3, St Luke Street, Bristol
      County: Gloucestershire

    5. [S9] Birth Certificate, CULLINANE, Edward; 1872; R429577.

    6. [S47] Email, CULLINANE; Theresa; 2011/07/29; ; 2011/07/05; 2011/06/28.
      Hi Mark
      Well eventually got to Kew but only found John Cullinane Reserve paper when he was a Vitualler in the Victoria Hotel in Dover ( I visited there a few years ago it is now a stationers but the sign of the hotel is still there). I will be going to Kew again but now for a few weeks so shall have another dig because he definitely was pensioned.
      The postcardswe have from Edward were given to me by my mother-in-law, one of them was written to my husbands father, the dates we made out on the address part looks like 1907 and 1910.
      Hope you enjoy looking at the enclosures Edwards birth is there also.
      Whilst looking at a site on the net did come across an Ellen T Cullinane marrying a Harold V Stanton living in Islington, do they belong to your part of the family?
      My husband's niece has some old photos which I am hoping to look at to see if any of them are connected to the ones you have on your site, the trouble is she is having so much done to her house so is unable to locate them at the moment but will keep it in mind for future digging.
      Best Wishes
      Theresa
      ----- Original Message -----
      From: Mark Stanton
      To: Theresa
      Sent: Tuesday, July 12, 2011 8:41 PM
      Subject: Re: CULLINANE
      Hi Theresa
      Many thanks for the attachments! The Chatham documents are really interesting, would be keen to hear of anything else you uncover at Kew!
      I don't know anything about the Mounted Police pieces regarding Teddy though - if you are able to send them on I would love see them! The file of docs that the Yukon archives sent me were lots of letters back and forth between various departments in Canada with a few from Teddy's family back in the UK. Pretty much everything dates from after Teddy's disappearance in 1913. Do you have this same file?
      Do you have a copy of the birth cert for Teddy by the way? You mentioned that his father was recorded as Edward Timothy on his birth cert. I don't have a copy so if you have this electronic format would you be able to send it?
      Keep in touch
      All the best
      Mark
      From: Theresa
      Sent: Tuesday, July 05, 2011 7:06 PM
      To: Mark Stanton
      Hi Mark
      Sorry I haven't been in touch have been off line for 5 days but back to normal hopefully now.
      Thanks for the Census but I had that one already. Liked the article in Who Do You Think You Are? quite a celebrity aren't you.
      All the paperwork you have on Edward I have a fair bit of that but not sure if you have the Mounted Police pieces I was sent from the Canadian Archives if not I will send it to you.
      I also have one of the original photos of Edward you obviously have a large one ours came from my father-in-law years ago.
      The Cullinane name article was given to me in 1982 which was in an Irish monthly that the local priest gave to me although I wasn't doing the family tree at that time, I have typed it up because it was quite small and think you would have difficulty in reading, the spellings you may think I have typed wrongly but can assure you I have made sure everything is as was in the article, hope you like it.
      The other two are John Cullinane's history of his ships which I received from Chatham, as you can see he didn't use his full name like a lot of them way back.
      John was pensioned off so will look to see what I can find out at Kew when I get to go there. As the history was on A3 paper have done it in two halves so Wildfire II will be there twice so you can overlap it hopefully
      Going back to Timothy who came over from Ireland with his parents he was also known as Edward Cullinane on his marriage certificate although on Edward's birth he is down as Edward Timothy,talk about confusing, the only marriage I have found in Ireland is for Mary Sullivan but the marriage was in Roman Catholic, Kilcummin Parish,Kerry so not sure about this, needs a bit more digging.
      Hope some of this helps but doing my head in getting the correct names just like my own tree I am doing, they seem to have a lot of the same name years ago don't they?
      Well Mark good luck with all.
      All the best
      Theresa
      ----- Original Message -----
      From: Mark Stanton
      To: t@cullinane.myzen.co.uk
      Sent: Tuesday, June 28, 2011 10:05 PM
      Subject: Re: Comments
      Hi Theresa
      Many thanks for your email. Yes I think you are correct. Others have suggested the same before, and I too have never found any official reference to a "Jack". So this evening I had a look for John on the 1891 census and came up with the attached.
      It seems he was based on the ship "AUDACIOUS", so I agree that John, and the individual that had been known as "Jack" to my family, must be one and the same person.
      Thanks for the prompt to finally get to the bottom of this!
      By the way, are you related to this CULLINANE family?
      All the best
      Mark
      stantonmg@hotmail.com
      From: Theresa Cullinane
      Sent: Tuesday, June 28, 2011 2:28 PM
      To: stantonmg@hotmail.com
      Subject: Comments

      Comments: Just browsing through your web site and notice a Jack Cullinane, are you confusing him with John Cullinane who was in the navy, I have looked for information re Jack but have been unable to find any.
      Regards
      Theresa Cullinane

      Theresa Cullinane
      t@cullinane.myzen.co.uk

    7. [S34] Papers - STANTON, Ronald Geoffrey, Ronald Stanton, Significant dates.

    8. [S34] Papers - STANTON, Ronald Geoffrey, Ronald Stanton, General Information.
      Includes:
      ALLEN
      HEATH
      THORNE
      FLETCHER
      Early Trees
      Old Address Book (undated) (unscanned)

    9. [S12] Marriage Certificate, CULLINANE, Edward & CHILD, Eliza 1867.

    10. [S39] Cemetery Burial Reciept, CULLINANE, Timothy; Avon View Cemetery Burial Receipt.
      £2 9s 6p paid for burial plot for Timothy Cullinane; October 13th 1903.
      Grave: Purple F; No. 157

    11. [S35] Death Certificate, CHILD, Eliza; 1923.

    12. [S133] 1861 England Census, Ancestry.com, (Name: Ancestry.com Operations Inc; Location: Provo, UT, USA; Date: 2005;), CULLINANE, Timothy; bc1792; & family; RG09 piece 1738 folio 12 page 20.
      Name Relation Condition Sex Age Birth Year Occupation Disability Where Born -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- CULLINANE, Timothy Head Married M 69 1792 Labourer At Gas Works Ireland CULLINANE, Mary Wife Married F 65 1796 Ireland CULLINANE, Ellen Daughter Unmarried F 18 1843 Garden Woman Ireland CULLINANE, Timothy Son Unmarried M 10 1851 Scholar Ireland -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Piece: 1738 Folio: 12 Page: 20 Registration District: Clifton Civil Parish: St Philip and St Jacob Municipal Borough: Bristol Address: 22, Bread Street, St Philip And St Jacob, Bristol County: Gloucestershire

    13. [S47] Email, HILL, Margaret; 2006 02 12;.
      Hi Mark,

      Stanley Cullinane was my uncle, he was my father' oldest brother. They were born in Bristol. Their parents were Thomas and Elizabeth Cullinane (nee Ward). Thomas Cullinane' father was Timothy and his mother was Eliza (nee Child) Timothy was born in 1850 in Ireland and died in 1903. I do not think I have got these details on my Genes Reunited site, if you think your family are connected to mine from this bit of information, please let me know. Stanley had two brothers, Cliff and John (my dad) and a sister Esme. Their father Tom was from a very large family, without looking at my file it was around 9 children and Tom was one of the youngest. Hope this is of help

      All the best , Margaret