Isaac was born
on Friday 20 November 1874
in Cragg, Foulridge, Colne, Lancashire.
on Saturday 4 June 1898
in Mount Zion Primitive Methodist Chapel, Lowergate, Clitheroe, Lancashire.
The witnesses at the marriage were Fredrich William Ames and Ann Rothwell Grundy.
23 years old
27 years old
when they married.
had the following children from
The places where he lived have been identified as:
||Source of Information
||Cragg, Foulridge, Colne, Lancashire.
||5, Bank Street, Great and Little Marsden, Lancashire.
||16, Turner Street, Clitheroe, Lancashire.
||Census Data & Note 4.
||39, Woone Lane, Clitheroe, Lancashire.
||Notes 5 & Census Data.
||5, Waterloo Road, Clitheroe, Lancashire.
||21, Duck Street, Clitheroe, Lancashire.
Mineral Water Carter and Licensee of the Brown Cow Inn in Clitheroe.
on Sunday 8 October 1939
in The Brown Cow Inn, Moor Lane, Clitheroe. Lancashire.
The cause of his death was Cerebral Haemorrhage and Bulbar Paralysis.
Martha Ann Cundall (his wife) was the informant of his death.
The Obituary, shown on the Documents page (see 'Documents' link above) was provided by Burnley Central Library.
He was buried
on Wednesday 11 October 1939
in St Mary's Church, Clitheroe.
Notice in THE LONDON GAZETTE, 17 JANUARY, 1933:
Notice is hereby given that the Partnership
heretofore subsisting between Isaac Cundall and Frederick William Ames, carrying on business
as Mineral Water Manufacturers, at Borough Mineral Water Works, Duck Street, Clitheroe, in the county of Lancaster, under the style or firm of AMES AND CUNDALL, has been dissolved by mutual consent as from the date hereof, so far as concerns the said Isaac Cundall, who retires from the said firm. All debts due to and owing by the said late firm will be received and paid by Frederick William Ames, who will continue to carry on the said business under the style or firm of Ames and Cundall.Dated this 7th day of January, 1933.
(003) FREDERICK WILLIAM AMES.
Related information: See also DDX 519/45
Blackpool and District Mineral Water Manufacturers' and Bottlers' Trades Protection Association Ltd year book DDX 519/65/1 1927
According to Margaret Dixon (Isaac Cundall's Grand Daughter):
Isaac Cundall was a very smart man, and he spoilt his grand daughter Margaret.
He never called her Margaret, she always got called Jim (why, she doesn't know).
Margaret has a bottle from when Isaac was in partnership with Fred Ames at the Mineral
Water Works. It is an old one with a marble in the neck at the top of the
bottle, and there was a certain way to hold the bottle to pour the pop
out. Margaret also gave Tom (Tom Cundall Baker) a bottle.
She can remember years ago that Isaac had blue and white pint pots in the pub.
Also there were coal fires and, in the winter time, the men in the top room at
the pub used to put the poker in the fire and get it hot and put it into their beer to warm
it. Isaac would not let women go in the rooms of the pub. He used to say it's
a man's pub, but he let women go in the living room and have a drink in there.
Notes - Sources of information:
Birth Certificate of his son Frederick Thomas Eastwood.
Birth Certificate of his daughter Margaret Alice.
Birth Certificate of his daughter Mary Ann (Molly) and Death Certificate of his mother Alice Cornthwaite.
5 Bank Street, Great and Little Marsden, Lancashire.
16 Turner Street, Clitheroe, Lancashire.
39 Woone Lane, Clitheroe, Lancashire.
21 Duck Street, Clitheroe, Lancashire.
Brown Cow, 40 Moor Lane, Clitheroe, Lancashire.