Craig, Perhaps you already have this information...
John Ramsden died as an infant and was buried 26 Aug 1807 at St. Mary's Parish Church in Honley, as recorded in the Bishop's transcripts for All Hallow's Parish Church, Almondbury; 1774-1813; FHL film 990854.(St. Mary's was a chapelry of All Hallows.)
Mary Ramsden died single at age 43. However, she had a number of children. She appears with her mother, Lydia Ramsden, and three children in the 1841 Census of Honley, FHL film 464,244 (Westgate area).Lydia is 69 and working as a washerwoman.Mary is 37 and a wool moater.Her living children are John Ramsden, age 15, a wool carder; Elizabeth Ramsden, age 12, a wool drierer(?); and Ann Ramsden, age 2.Mary had other children who'd died.Some of their births and deaths are recorded in Honley, others in the Holmfirth parish. The father, who never married Mary, is given on some of the christening records.(Sorry I didn't save this information.)
Mary was buried at St. Mary's in Honley as recorded in the parish register of St. Mary's, p.177 entry 934; FHL film 1450500 (unmarried; gives her age as 44 years).