Note for: Antonio Fattorini, 1797 - 20 Mar 1859 Index
Occupation: Death Note:
Heart disease.Individual Note:
1826 Lived at 1 Upton's Yard, Briggate, Leeds
1831 Took premises at 14 Regent Parade Harrogate (Harrogate leaflet - shows extract +
from 1837 ad in Harrogate Advertiser)
1834 4 Turk's Head Yard, Briggate, Leeds
21 George Street, Leeds (from P H Fattorini, Crawley)
1839 8 Nag's Head Yard, Kirkgate, Leeds
1840 described as "general dealer" on Christopher's Birth Certificate.
1851 recorded on census at 13 Regent Parade, Harrogate. Also on this record are +
Santina, Christopher, Maria, Edward and Thomas, together with Mary Corker (servant)+
1859 with Innocent and John at 28 Westgate, Bradford (voted for Salt and Wickam +
Note for: Maria Broni, 1804 - 15 Apr 1872 Index
Place: St Stephens, SkiptonDeath Note:
According to one report (ES documents - account of J E Rhodes) she was "the handsomest +
woman in Harrogate and it was a common thing for her to be toasted in Harrogate."
1840 on Christopher's Birth Certificate she put her mark x - also on Edward Joseph's +
Her maiden name is Broni on the marriage certificate, but is variously given +
as Bronner, Booner or Brown on children's birth and baptismal certificates.
Note for: Lawrence Fattorini, 1825 - 19 Apr 1901 Index
Date: 24 Apr 1901
Place: Moston Catholic Cemetery, MostonIndividual Note:
Died of "Senile decay, heart disease". His niece T Fattorini was present at his +
Note for: John Francis Fattorini, 12 Apr 1828 - 06 Jun 1914 Index
Date: 12 Apr 1828
Place: St Patricks, York Road, LeedsOccupation: Burial:
Date: 09 Jun 1914Individual Note:
1849 lived in Botchergate, Carlisle
1851 lived at 83 Clarendon Street, Hulme
1851 Census (Reel 2895, p712, Parish of St. Andrews, Manchester) 10 Brown Street. +
Licensed Basket Hawker.
1853 lived at 11 Blair Street, Toxteth Park.
1862 lived at Birley Street, Blackpool.
1883 described in Bulmer's Directory as "milliner etc."
Note for: Innocent Fattorini, 1830 - 25 Nov 1874 Index
Date: 30 May 1830
Place: St Mary's, Lady Lane, LeedsOccupation: Burial:
Place: St Stephens, Skipton
Note for: John Fattorini, 12 Sep 1832 - 07 Jun 1909 Index
Date: 30 Sep 1832
Place: St Mary's Chapel, Knaresborough
Note: Also on Birth CertificateOccupation: Residence: Burial:
Date: 11 Jun 1909
Place: Scholemore, Bradford
Note: Requiem Mass at St Patrick's Bradford. Police Band played the Dead March from +
Saul en route to the CemeteryChristening Note:
Also on Birth CertificateDeath Note:
Pneumonia after catchin a cold on a "motoring excursion"Individual Note:
Apprenticed as watchmaker and jeweller to Richard Heselwood in York from Feb +
1848 to Feb 1853. The indenture was dated 29 Feb 1848. Indenture was signed by +
Antonio Fattorini (RIN 1), John Fattorini (RIN 6) and Joseph Fattorini (RIN 232)
Recorded on the 1851 census as resident with Joseph Fattorini at 18 Stonegate,+
York, described as "cousin".
1891 Census living at 44 Woodview Terrace, Manningham. Had two Irish servants +
- Cook Domestic and Housemaid.