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Biographical notes on Lancashire players who played against Yorkshire, or participated in events in Yorkshire.

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Alfred Rhodes Marriott (aka Rhodes Marriott, junior)

Birth:

24/08/1856, Hulme

Baptism:

12/10/1856, St George, Hulme

Death:

03/11/1932, Rossmore Nursing Home, Southport;

Parents:

Rhodes Marriott (born 1825, Ashover, Derbyshire; boot and shoe maker; died 1911, vicinity of Barton-on-Irwell)

Mary Lydia Rhodes (née Kitchin, 1827, Normandy, France; British Subject)

Siblings:

Mary Maud Marriott (1853/54, Manchester)

Ann Marriott (03/05/1854)

Richard Walker Marriott (25/10/1858)

Hannah Marriott (14/08/1861, Hulme)

George Marriott (1866/67, Hulme)

Martha A Marriott (1867/68, Hulme)

Marriage:

On 14/07/1880, at St. Michael, Hulme, to Sarah Elizabeth Firth (born 1858/59, Hulme)

Children:

George A Marriott (born 1881/82, Stretford)

Ernest Marriott (born 1882/83, Stretford)

Residence,

Occupation:

07/04/1861: 61 Bedford Street, Hulme

02/04/1871: 61 Bedford Street, Hulme

03/04/1881: 124 Clifton Street, Stretford

05/04/1891: 95 Clifton Street, Stretford

31/03/1901: ?

02/04/1911: ?

1911: “Anston”, Barker’s Lane, Ashton on Mersey [Slater's Manchester, Salford & Suburban Directory, 1911]

03/11/1932: 1 York Terrace, Manchester Road, Southport, Lancs. (residence at time of death)

Chess:

Here presented Lancashire as a Manchester player in the period 1884 to 1890.  He played for Manchester against Bradford in 1901.  He represented Cheshire from 1905.  He played the following matches representing Lancashire: 1884 Lancashire v Yorkshire, 1887 Yorkshire v Lancashire, 1889 Yorkshire v Lancashire and 1890 Lancashire v Yorkshire.  He played the following matches representing Cheshire 1905 Yorkshire v Cheshire and 1908 Cheshire v Yorkshire.

Note:

He appears usually not to have used his first name, “Alfred”, which nevertheless appears in his baptism register entry and marriage register entry (which he himself signed “Alfred Rhodes Marriott”), thus he was usually merely “Rhodes Marriott” or “R. Marriott”, though since that was his father’s name he was sometimes referred with the appended epithet “junior” or “jun.”.

 

 

Created

06/12/2013

Stephen John Mann

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Last Updated

06/12/2013