Philip INMAN

Male 1818 - 1894  (76 years)    Has 12 ancestors and 124 descendants in this family tree.


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  • Name Philip INMAN 
    Relationshipwith Teresa Ann GOATHAM
    Born 19 Mar 1818  Knaresborough, Yorkshire, England See the place on a map and other information about it - if available (many more will be in time); also all individuals with events at this location 
    • Date of birth recorded in baptism register.

      I believe that this is the birth of this Philip, althought the age in many records does not quite agree. The 1851 census, in early April, gives Philip's age as 33 - perfect. But after that he gradually aged less than 10 years a decade. Most dramatically, Philip gave his age as 60 in 1881, but only 66 in 1891. His gravestone and death certificate both give his age as 75; he died after his birthday in 1894 so they should say 76 but his family's confusion as to his exact age can easily be understood. But it is interesting that they were only out by a year, although his age on  the 1891 census was 7 years out. I suspect the big reduction in his age between 1881 and 1891 was due to his marriage in 1883 to a wife 38 years his junior - I suspect he was not entirely honest with her about his age. (I haven't the certificate for this marriage to see what he claimed then)
    Baptised 31 Mar 1818  Windsor Lane Congregational Chapel, Knaresborough, Yorkshire, England See the place on a map and other information about it - if available (many more will be in time); also all individuals with events at this location 
    Gender Male 
    Occupation From 1841 to 1851  Knaresborough, Yorkshire, England See the place on a map and other information about it - if available (many more will be in time); also all individuals with events at this location 
    Flax dresser 
    • Philip was shown as a flax dresser in the 1841 census, and as both a flax dresser and weaver at the time of the 1851 census.
    Census 6 Jun 1841  Back Street, Knaresborough, Yorkshire, England See the place on a map and other information about it - if available (many more will be in time); also all individuals with events at this location  [1
    Occupation From 1846 to 1861  Knaresborough, Yorkshire, England See the place on a map and other information about it - if available (many more will be in time); also all individuals with events at this location 
    Weaver 
    • Shown as a weaver when his oldest son was born, a change from the 1841 census which showed him as a flax dresser, but the 1851 census shows he was both.
      He was also shown as a weaver in 1856 and at the time of the 1861 census.

      But in becoming a weaver Philip had taken an occupation where is was increasingly difficult to make a living. While he was still a boy the work available for weavers was reducing, as the following account shows: 

      The stated improvement in trade in England, appears not to be owing to an increase in the quantity of work performed, but to giving the starving weavers and spinners public employment. Thus the new road from Rochdale to Burnly gives employment to between four and five hundred weavers, who are employed clearing the ground and breaking stone. That there is an immense falling off in demand for English manufactures abroad, cannot be concealed and that a proportionate reduction in the number of persons employed must take place, is a natural consequence. The suddenness of the blow is the only thing that caused astonishment. The depression to the extent that has occurred, was foreseen, but the dimunition was expected to be gradual.
      (from Reduced Jobs and Debtor's Prison Adams Centinel (Gettysburg, Pa.), 29 November 1826, page 3)

      So Philip's diversifying into being a tax collector was probably important to the family finances. I hope he wasn't a modern-day Zaccheus, taking more than was due, but he certainly died well off.
    Residence From 1851 to 1894  Water Bag Bank, Kirkgate, Knaresborough, Yorkshire, England See the place on a map and other information about it - if available (many more will be in time); also all individuals with events at this location  [2
    • Living at Water Bank (1851, 1861) with Sarah and children John, Frederick and Mary; Kirkgate 1856 (in church register when his daughter Mary was baptised); living at Kirkgate (1871, 1881, 1891). 
      Philip's will, written in 1889 also shows his address as Kirkgate, his death certificate shows this was where he died and the probate information confirms it as his address.
      There is no address "Water Bank" now; "Water Bag Bank" is the lower part of Kirkgate - and certainly where his son Philip was born in 1892, so I suspect the 2 addresses "Water Bank" and "Kirkgate" are really the same.
      He was just with his with his grandson Charles (son of Hannah) in 1881, when the adjacent census entries, so probably next door or at least close neighbours were his son Frederick and his family. In 1891, Frederick and his family were still listed on one side of Philip, who was now with his second wife and the children of that marriage as well as grandson Charles, while his daughter Hannah and her family were listed the other side.
    Census 30 Mar 1851  Water Bag Bank, Kirkgate, Knaresborough, Yorkshire, England See the place on a map and other information about it - if available (many more will be in time); also all individuals with events at this location  [3
    Friendly Societies From 1861 to 1894  Knaresborough, Yorkshire, England See the place on a map and other information about it - if available (many more will be in time); also all individuals with events at this location  [4, 5
    Odd Fellows 
    • It is clear that Philip was an Odd Fellow. In his autobiography "No Going Back" his son Philip recalls his father's portrait hanging in the Odd Fellows Hall in Knaresborough, with an inscription that showed that P.P.G.M. Philip Inman had been secretary of the Harmony Lodge for 33 years.

      The following item which appeared in the Yorkshire Herald in 1892 shows that Philip was also Treasurer of the district - as he was re-elected in 1892 I don't know when he first became treasurer. 

      "Meeting of Oddfellows. - Yesterday, at 10 a.m., at the People's Hotel, Harrogate, the annual meeting of the Knaresborough District, Manchester Unity of Oddfellows, was held, when delegates from Harrogate, Pannal, Harewood, Wetherby, Ribston, Knaresborough, Stavely, and Ouseburn lodges attended. The aggregate amount of funds of the above lodges amounted to £16,211 1s. 10½d., and the number of members 1,524. The meeting was under the presidency of Grand Master Joseph Shutt, whilst D. G. M. Thos. Morritt occupied the vice-chair. C. S. Christopher Morris and Treasurer Philip Inman were the officers of the district present. After the minutes of the last meeting were read and confirmed, the auditor's report for the past year was read. The arbitrators' lodge book examiners and auditors were elected Grand Master, and P. G. James Hoy (Knaresbro'), was appointed Deputy Grand Master, C. S. Morris and Treasurer Philip Inman, were re-elected, and P.P.G.M. Fredk. Powell (Knaresbro'), and P.G. Jas. Jackson (Harrogate), were appointed trustees of the district."

      His role as treasurer of the district rather than secretary of the Harmony Lodge may be why Philip Inman was the person recorded as renewing the theatrical licence for the Oddfellows, in the Yorkshire Herald in 1891
    Census 7 Apr 1861  Water Bag Bank, Kirkgate, Knaresborough, Yorkshire, England See the place on a map and other information about it - if available (many more will be in time); also all individuals with events at this location 
    Voting 1868  Knaresborough, Yorkshire, England See the place on a map and other information about it - if available (many more will be in time); also all individuals with events at this location  [6
    Election of two knights of the shire for the Eastern Division of the West Riding of Yorkshire 
    • Despite the descriptive title of the election, this was the election of two Members of Parliament in a General Election!

      The West Riding election Eastern Division poll book shows that Philip Inman voted; he was a "Voter in respect of Property, including Tenant Occupiers at a Rent of £50 and upwards".

      In the 16 districts there were 18 493 voters on the register, of whom 14 539 voted. Of the 618 on the Knaresborough register 481 voted. All had 2 votes, and when the results were declared on 20 November the majorities were small - the candidates each received between  6 867 and 7 437 votes.
      The two Conservative candidates, both of whom Philip voted for, Christopher Beckett Denison  and Joshua Fielden were victorious, One of the losing Liberals had been elected in a by-election in the constituency in 1859, while the other had been MP for Knaresborough from 1865-1868.
      Denison and Fielden retained their seats in 1874, but 2 Liberals were elected in 1880. Since the secret ballot had been introduced in 1872 I don't know if Philip remained loyal to the Conservatives or switched his allegiance.

      Prior to the Great Reform Act of 1832 Knaresborough was a "rotten borough", and even after that less than 300 out of the population of 6,253 had the vote; though of course the population included women and children, this was still only a small proportion of the men. The Knaresborough parliamentary constituency remained until 1885, alongside the constituency in which Philip had a vote, which was new in 1868; both were abolished in a reorganization in 1885.
      The Reform Act of 1867 had enfranchised many male householders, and the 1868 general election was probably the first time Philip, then aged 50, had been eligible to vote.
    Occupation From 1871 to 1891  Knaresborough, Yorkshire, England See the place on a map and other information about it - if available (many more will be in time); also all individuals with events at this location 
    Rates and tax 
    • Shown as assistant overseer (1871 census and death certificate in 1894). In 1872 and on the 1881 and 1891 censuses he was shown as an income tax collector, the 1881 census showing that he also collected rates ("rate & tax collector (muic)").
      A directory shows him as a collector of poor rates (Kelly's Directory of West Riding of Yorkshire, 1881, p.607, listed in the Knaresborough section under "Commercial" - "Inman, Philip, poor rate collector, Kirkgate").
    Census 2 Apr 1871  Kirkgate, Knaresborough, Yorkshire, England See the place on a map and other information about it - if available (many more will be in time); also all individuals with events at this location 
    Census 3 Apr 1881  Kirkgate, Knaresborough, Yorkshire, England See the place on a map and other information about it - if available (many more will be in time); also all individuals with events at this location 
    Census 5 Apr 1891  Kirkgate, Knaresborough, Yorkshire, England See the place on a map and other information about it - if available (many more will be in time); also all individuals with events at this location 
    Character
    • He sounds to have been a rather forbidding character.

      His son Philip (who had no memories of his father)  was told that for his father his "Yea" meant "Yea" and his "Nay" meant  "Nay". He describes his father's portrait as showing a strong, stern face.
    Miscellaneous 1892  Knaresborough, Yorkshire, England See the place on a map and other information about it - if available (many more will be in time); also all individuals with events at this location 
    A child and a great grandchild! 
    • 1892 saw the birth of both Philip's youngest son, Philip Albert Inman (on 12 June), and also of his first great grandchild, Gertrude Annie Inman (17 December)!
      This was despite generation gaps which were not particularly small (Gertrude's father Charles was 23 when she was born; Hannah, Charles' mother was 25 when she gave birth to him and Philip was also 25 when Hannah was born).
    Newspaper Announcement 1893  Knaresborough, Yorkshire, England See the place on a map and other information about it - if available (many more will be in time); also all individuals with events at this location 
    Knaresborough - Local Board Elections 
    • The Yorkshire Gazette of March 25, 1893 (p.9) shows that Philip was one of 29 candidates for 17 places on the local board.
    Died 5 Apr 1894  Kirkgate, Knaresborough, Yorkshire, England See the place on a map and other information about it - if available (many more will be in time); also all individuals with events at this location 
    • Died of a strangulated hernia and exhaustion.
      Death was registered by his son Frederick, present at the death, also of Kirkgate.

      dth ref q2 1894 Knaresbro' 9a 67
    Death certificate for Philip Inman
    Death certificate for Philip Inman
    Buried Aft 5 Apr 1894  St. John the Baptist Church, Knaresborough, Yorkshire, England See the place on a map and other information about it - if available (many more will be in time); also all individuals with events at this location 
    • have photo of grave
    The Inmans plot
    The Inmans plot
    Philip and Sarah Inman (2 x gt grandparents of mine) and their family - their 2 sons, a great grandson and a brother of Philip and I suspect more were buried in this plot.
    I think the ground in the grave on the left is in a rounded mound, such as occurs after a recent burial. I suspect, therefore, that the photo was taken soon after John was buried in the plot in 1931, so soon that his name had not been added to the gravestone.
    A closer view of the 2 Inman headstones
    A closer view of the 2 Inman headstones
    Probably taken in 1931 or soon after - I suspect the mound on the left indicates a recent burial, and I suspect this was of my great grandfather John Inman whose name was subsequently added to the stone.
    The photos were amongst those of my Goatham grandparents, who had a camera from the 1920s, and what more natural than that they should take a photo of my grandmother's father's grave (also her grandparents, though she would not have known her grandmother and may not have known her grandfather…
    The grave of Philip and Sarah Inman
    The grave of Philip and Sarah Inman
    The grave of Philip and Sarah Inman - closer view
    The grave of Philip and Sarah Inman - closer view
    The grave of Philip and Sarah Inman and their son John
    The grave of Philip and Sarah Inman and their son John
    My great grandfather (John Inman) and his parents Philip and Sarah; also Philip's brother Isaiah.

    This is an unusual stone in that all 3 of the men on the stone were remarried after being left a widower, but of their 6 wives it would appear only one is buried with them.
    Philip's second wife, Hannah, was younger and remarried after his death - she was probably buried with her 2nd husband.
    John's first wife was buried in Margate where they lived at the time of her death. He returned to…
    Plot: [Gravestones removed from burial plots in the churchyard in (I think) the 1970s]
    Newspaper Announcement 9 Apr 1894 
    Death announcement in the Yorkshire Herald 
    • On p.4, in the BMDs column, under the heading "Deaths" -
      INMAN. - On the 5th inst., at Kirkgate, Knaresborough, Philip Inman, aged 75.
    Probate 26 Jun 1894 
    • INMAN Philip of Kirkgate Knaresbrough Yorkshire rate collector and assistant overseer died 5 April 1894 Probate Wakefield 26 June to John Inman merchant's clerk and Frederick Inman joiner Effects £1573 4s
    The will of Philip Inman (1818 - 1894)
    The will of Philip Inman (1818 - 1894)
    one of my great great grandfathers
    Person ID I118  Teresa's tree | Teresa's direct ancestor, Inman side - ancestors and descendants of Philip Inman and Sarah Craven
    Last Modified 6 Mar 2019 

    Father John INMAN,   b. Abt 1786, Knaresborough, Yorkshire, England See the place on a map and other information about it - if available (many more will be in time); also all individuals with events at this location,   d. Between 1817 and 1841  (Age ~ 31 years) 
    Mother Mary SERVANT,   b. Abt 1778, Knaresborough, Yorkshire, England See the place on a map and other information about it - if available (many more will be in time); also all individuals with events at this location,   d. 6 Jan 1850, Kirkgate, Knaresborough, Yorkshire, England See the place on a map and other information about it - if available (many more will be in time); also all individuals with events at this location  (Age ~ 72 years) 
    Married 20 Oct 1808  St. John the Baptist Church, Knaresborough, Yorkshire, England See the place on a map and other information about it - if available (many more will be in time); also all individuals with events at this location 
    • by banns; witnesses Abraham Null (John Towland - witness to most); all but JT made their mark; JI=widower, MS=sp.
    Children 4 children 
    Family ID F73    |  Family Chart

    Family 1 Sarah CRAVEN,   b. 19 May 1815, Colchester, Essex, England See the place on a map and other information about it - if available (many more will be in time); also all individuals with events at this location,   d. 18 Jan 1879, Kirkgate, Knaresborough, Yorkshire, England See the place on a map and other information about it - if available (many more will be in time); also all individuals with events at this location  (Age 63 years) 
    Married 31 May 1846  St. John the Baptist Church, Knaresborough, Yorkshire, England See the place on a map and other information about it - if available (many more will be in time); also all individuals with events at this location 
    • GRO ref: q2 1846 Knaresborough RD 23 323

      Why didn't Philip and Sarah marry until 1846? Hannah was born in 1843, but Philip was Hannah's father (according to his will) and both Philip and Sarah had witnessed the wedding of Philip's brother Isaiah Inman in 1838, so they must have known each other for some time. But it was only when Hannah was pregnant with their second child that they married. Apprentices were not allowed to marry, but Philip was too old to be an apprentice, nor does he appear to have been away in the forces.
      Curiously, he didn't marry his second wife either until after his first child with her was born (again, he claimed her daughter as his natural child in his will).

      David Greenwood and Jane Clough witnessed the marriage. I don't know the connection to either, but a Jane Clough (age 45) was in the same household as Emma Craven (age 15, a linen winder) in the 1841 census, so maybe Jane was a Craven relation. (In the same house there was another Jane Clough age 35 b Scotland with a Matthew age 30 and Frederick age 8 - both born Yorks)
    Certificate for the marriage of Philip Inman to Sarah Craven
    Certificate for the marriage of Philip Inman to Sarah Craven
    Children 4 children 
    Last Modified 10 Aug 2018 
    Family ID F65    |  Family Chart

    Family 2 Hannah BICKERDYKE,   b. Dec Q 1856, Great Ouseburn, Yorkshire, England See the place on a map and other information about it - if available (many more will be in time); also all individuals with events at this location,   d. Abt 1922, Yorkshire, England See the place on a map and other information about it - if available (many more will be in time); also all individuals with events at this location  (Age ~ 66 years) 
    Married Jun Q 1883  Leeds Reg Dist, Yorkshire, England See the place on a map and other information about it - if available (many more will be in time); also all individuals with events at this location 
    • GRO ref: q2 1883 Leeds RD 9b 627
    Children 4 children 
    Last Modified 19 Feb 2017 
    Family ID F66    |  Family Chart

  • Event Map
    Link to Google MapsBorn - 19 Mar 1818 - Knaresborough, Yorkshire, England See the place on a map and other information about it - if available (many more will be in time); also all individuals with events at this location Link to Google Earth (if installed; see link below to install)
    Link to Google MapsBaptised - 31 Mar 1818 - Windsor Lane Congregational Chapel, Knaresborough, Yorkshire, England See the place on a map and other information about it - if available (many more will be in time); also all individuals with events at this location Link to Google Earth (if installed; see link below to install)
    Link to Google MapsOccupation - Flax dresser - From 1841 to 1851 - Knaresborough, Yorkshire, England See the place on a map and other information about it - if available (many more will be in time); also all individuals with events at this location Link to Google Earth (if installed; see link below to install)
    Link to Google MapsChild - Hannah INMAN - 14 Oct 1843 - Knaresborough, Yorkshire, England See the place on a map and other information about it - if available (many more will be in time); also all individuals with events at this location Link to Google Earth (if installed; see link below to install)
    Link to Google MapsOccupation - Weaver - From 1846 to 1861 - Knaresborough, Yorkshire, England See the place on a map and other information about it - if available (many more will be in time); also all individuals with events at this location Link to Google Earth (if installed; see link below to install)
    Link to Google MapsMarried - 31 May 1846 - St. John the Baptist Church, Knaresborough, Yorkshire, England See the place on a map and other information about it - if available (many more will be in time); also all individuals with events at this location Link to Google Earth (if installed; see link below to install)
    Link to Google MapsChild - John INMAN - 12 Sep 1846 - Knaresborough, Yorkshire, England See the place on a map and other information about it - if available (many more will be in time); also all individuals with events at this location Link to Google Earth (if installed; see link below to install)
    Link to Google MapsChild - Frederick ("Fred") INMAN - 17 Jun 1850 - Knaresborough, Yorkshire, England See the place on a map and other information about it - if available (many more will be in time); also all individuals with events at this location Link to Google Earth (if installed; see link below to install)
    Link to Google MapsResidence - From 1851 to 1894 - Water Bag Bank, Kirkgate, Knaresborough, Yorkshire, England See the place on a map and other information about it - if available (many more will be in time); also all individuals with events at this location Link to Google Earth (if installed; see link below to install)
    Link to Google MapsCensus - 30 Mar 1851 - Water Bag Bank, Kirkgate, Knaresborough, Yorkshire, England See the place on a map and other information about it - if available (many more will be in time); also all individuals with events at this location Link to Google Earth (if installed; see link below to install)
    Link to Google MapsChild - Mary ("Polly") INMAN - 14 Oct 1855 - Kirkgate, Knaresborough, Yorkshire, England See the place on a map and other information about it - if available (many more will be in time); also all individuals with events at this location Link to Google Earth (if installed; see link below to install)
    Link to Google MapsFriendly Societies - Odd Fellows - From 1861 to 1894 - Knaresborough, Yorkshire, England See the place on a map and other information about it - if available (many more will be in time); also all individuals with events at this location Link to Google Earth (if installed; see link below to install)
    Link to Google MapsCensus - 7 Apr 1861 - Water Bag Bank, Kirkgate, Knaresborough, Yorkshire, England See the place on a map and other information about it - if available (many more will be in time); also all individuals with events at this location Link to Google Earth (if installed; see link below to install)
    Link to Google MapsVoting - Election of two knights of the shire for the Eastern Division of the West Riding of Yorkshire - 1868 - Knaresborough, Yorkshire, England See the place on a map and other information about it - if available (many more will be in time); also all individuals with events at this location Link to Google Earth (if installed; see link below to install)
    Link to Google MapsOccupation - Rates and tax - From 1871 to 1891 - Knaresborough, Yorkshire, England See the place on a map and other information about it - if available (many more will be in time); also all individuals with events at this location Link to Google Earth (if installed; see link below to install)
    Link to Google MapsCensus - 2 Apr 1871 - Kirkgate, Knaresborough, Yorkshire, England See the place on a map and other information about it - if available (many more will be in time); also all individuals with events at this location Link to Google Earth (if installed; see link below to install)
    Link to Google MapsCensus - 3 Apr 1881 - Kirkgate, Knaresborough, Yorkshire, England See the place on a map and other information about it - if available (many more will be in time); also all individuals with events at this location Link to Google Earth (if installed; see link below to install)
    Link to Google MapsChild - Laura Inman BICKERDYKE - Jun Q 1882 - Knaresborough, Yorkshire, England See the place on a map and other information about it - if available (many more will be in time); also all individuals with events at this location Link to Google Earth (if installed; see link below to install)
    Link to Google MapsChild - Henry ("Harry") INMAN - 20 Jun 1883 - Great Ouseburn, Yorkshire, England See the place on a map and other information about it - if available (many more will be in time); also all individuals with events at this location Link to Google Earth (if installed; see link below to install)
    Link to Google MapsChild - Arthur INMAN - Sep Q 1887 - Knaresborough, Yorkshire, England See the place on a map and other information about it - if available (many more will be in time); also all individuals with events at this location Link to Google Earth (if installed; see link below to install)
    Link to Google MapsCensus - 5 Apr 1891 - Kirkgate, Knaresborough, Yorkshire, England See the place on a map and other information about it - if available (many more will be in time); also all individuals with events at this location Link to Google Earth (if installed; see link below to install)
    Link to Google MapsMiscellaneous - A child and a great grandchild! - 1892 - Knaresborough, Yorkshire, England See the place on a map and other information about it - if available (many more will be in time); also all individuals with events at this location Link to Google Earth (if installed; see link below to install)
    Link to Google MapsChild - Lord Philip Albert INMAN - 12 Jun 1892 - Knaresborough, Yorkshire, England See the place on a map and other information about it - if available (many more will be in time); also all individuals with events at this location Link to Google Earth (if installed; see link below to install)
    Link to Google MapsNewspaper Announcement - Knaresborough - Local Board Elections - 1893 - Knaresborough, Yorkshire, England See the place on a map and other information about it - if available (many more will be in time); also all individuals with events at this location Link to Google Earth (if installed; see link below to install)
    Link to Google MapsDied - 5 Apr 1894 - Kirkgate, Knaresborough, Yorkshire, England See the place on a map and other information about it - if available (many more will be in time); also all individuals with events at this location Link to Google Earth (if installed; see link below to install)
    Link to Google MapsBuried - Aft 5 Apr 1894 - St. John the Baptist Church, Knaresborough, Yorkshire, England See the place on a map and other information about it - if available (many more will be in time); also all individuals with events at this location Link to Google Earth (if installed; see link below to install)
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  • Photos
    Philip Inman's home in Kirkgate
    Philip Inman's home in Kirkgate
    My 2 x great grandfather seems to have been living in Kirkgate by 1851 and until his death in 1894. These cottages include the one where his youngest son Philip was born in 1892, and this was quite likely where he had lived for all of those years, with both his wives and families.

    Described by Philip Inman junior (b.1892) in his autobiography "No Going Back" (p.11):
    The home I was born into was a cottage, one of a row of four, long since demolished. They were whitewashed and had thatched…
    Water Bag Bank now
    Water Bag Bank now
    The black and white houses stood where the row of cottages once stood, which included the home of Philip Inman and his families.
     The house where Philip Inman's home in Kirkgate once stood
    The house where Philip Inman's home in Kirkgate once stood
    The houses that replaced those where the Inmans lived, with a plaque on the wall showing it to be where the cottage stood that Philip Inman junior was born in, in 1892.

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    1. [S143] Census - 1841 England, (http://www.ancestry.co.uk/   : 2010), Knaresborough, folio 21, page 6, Philip Inman; digital images(http://www.ancestry.co.uk/   : accessed 20 Jul 2013); citing The National Archives of the UK (TNA): Public Record Office (PRO) HO 107/1285/14 (Reliability: 4).

      see image on Ancestry (sub. needed)
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    2. [S145] Book: Philip Inman - No Going Back, Philip Albert Inman (Lord Inman of Knaresborough), (London: Williams and Norgate, 1952.), 11. (Reliability: 3).
      Includes description of the house Philip was living in in 1892 and where his widow and family remained up to at least 1901.
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    3. [S144] Census - 1851 England, (http://www.ancestry.co.uk/   : 2005), Knaresborough, folio 71, page 17, Philip Inman; digital images(http://www.ancestry.co.uk/   : accessed 21 Jul 2013); citing The National Archives of the UK (TNA): Public Record Office (PRO) HO 107/2283 (Reliability: 4).
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    4. [S145] Book: Philip Inman - No Going Back, Philip Albert Inman (Lord Inman of Knaresborough), (London: Williams and Norgate, 1952.), 12. (Reliability: 3), 21 Jul 2013.
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    5. [S147] Newspaper - The Yorkshire Herald, "Local & District. - Harrogate," 27 Dec 1892, p. 3, col. 3; digital images, British Newspaper Archives (http://britishnewspaperarchive.co.uk/   : accessed 16 Dec 2011). (Reliability: 3), 21 Jul 2013.
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    6. [S146] Poll book: 1868 West Riding electionn, Eastern division, Compiled by permission from the official books of the High Sheriff, Sir John William Ramsden, Bart., editor, (Leeds: Edward Baines and sons, 1869.), p.102. (Reliability: 3), 21 Jul 2013.
      Philip is listed on p.102, the title page gives the candidates names and the results are on the following page.
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