Oliver Garside (1864-1931)

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Oliver Garside was a weaver, goods dealer, and photographer.


He was born in 1864 and his mother's maiden name was Crowther.

He married Ada Swift in 1885 and the couple did not have any children.

He was listed as a photographer of 201 Lockwood Road in the 1900 Directory, which was a property situated nearly opposite his general store that later became the Lockwood Socialist Institute.

Both Ada and Oliver died in 1931, aged 66 and 67 respectively.

Census Returns

  • 1891 — weaver & general dealer (aged 27) of Lockwood Road
  • 1901 — general smallware dealer & shopkeeper (aged 37) of 204 Lockwood Road
  • 1911 — general dealer (aged 47) of 254 Lockwood Road


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Oliver Garside (1864-1931)


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