I am looking for information about Jane Richardson, born about 1820 in Leeds, who married my great x2 grandad, Edwin Crann in 1841 - Woodhouse St Mark. On the marriage registration she names her Father as John Richardson - Innkeeper and the place of residence for both Edwin and Jane was stated as Woodhouse. I know Edwin lived in Green's Court, Leeds in 1841 with his family before his marriage. His father, James Crann owned a Hairdresser shop on Woodhouse Road in 1839. Edwin was a Hairdresser and Jane was a Straw Bonnet Maker so perhaps they both worked there? The only Jane Richardson I can find was the daughter of John Richardson - Shoemaker, who lived in Leeds. On the 1841 census she lived with him on Templar Street. Her brother John Richardson married Edwin's sister Isabella Crann in 1857 - his father's occupation was Shoemaker. The witnesses at Edwin's marriage were Charles and Ann Arundall who were also shoemakers and lived in Malt Street - just off Templar Street which seems quite a coincidence. I hoped these two could be the same Jane Richardson. Is it possible that the wrong occupation was written down at the marriage registration? I can't find any other birth or death records for a Jane Richardson of that age. There is a John Richardson, Innkeeper at the Rose and Thistle, living with a son but no daughters that I can find. Can anyone shed any light on this mystery?