52 residents # 35 Unforgettable

There are a number of contenders:

James Pilling, who in 1686 stole work looms and a mare, allowed his beasts to trespass, lived in someone else's house without consent and 'showed violence' to others and in general was a 'grabbing quarrelsome fellow'.

Francis Bridge, who in 1660 did abandon his heavily pregnant wife, such that she did enter labour 'utterly starved for want of convenient necessities'.

John Hargreaves et al, who in 1856 took Charles Patrick's name in vain in an attempt to procure some rabbits.