Armitage, Ella Sophia Bulley 3.mar.1841-20.mar.1931 England, Liverpool - Yorkshire, Middlesbrough
archaeologist, historian, teacher at Manchester University, studied at Newnham College University of Cambridge, 1861 residing with her parents, 12 siblings and 8 servants (governess, cook, waitress, housemaid, 2 nurses, ?tempstress, kitchenmaid) at Montpellier Lodge in New Brighton, 1881 as authoress residing with husband, 2 children and 2 servants (nurse, housemaid) at The Manse on Waterworks Road in Manchester Oldham, 1901 residing with 3 servants (waitress, cook, housemaid) at Westholme in Leeds Rawdon, 1931 residing at Parkhurst on Park Road in Middlesbrough ; daughter of cotton broker Samuel Marshall Bulley (Teignmouth 21.aug.1811-17.mar.1880 New Brighton) and Mary Rachel Raffless (Liverpool 6.may.1818-10.jan.1887 New Brighton) ; 1874 in Birkenhead she married independent minister of Waterhead Elkanah Armitage (Manchester 19.jan.1844-23.dec.1929 Rawdon)

Title Parts

[] The garden of the Lord. A service of song
edited by Ella S. Armitage
pub Novello, Ewer & Co., London 1881

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