Ancestors of Tim Simmonds


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1. Timothy Daniel Simmonds

Timothy married Jane Marie Boon, daughter of Paul Ernest Boon and Christine Mary Everson.

Children from this marriage were:

          i.  Jenna Louise Simmonds

         ii.  Daniel James Simmonds


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2. Frederick George Simmonds

Frederick married Yvonne Ann Pepper.

Children from this marriage were:

          i.  Christopher Charles Simmonds

         ii.  Angela Jean Simmonds

1       iii.  Timothy Daniel Simmonds

         iv.  Suzanne Lesley Simmonds


3. Yvonne Ann Pepper

Yvonne married Frederick George Simmonds.
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4. George Harold Simmonds, son of George Harry Simmonds and Edith Hannah France, was born on 29 Nov 1915 in Fenton, S-o-t,1 died on 3 Jul 1990 in Rhyl Hospital, Rhyl, N.wales aged 74, and was buried on 9 Jul 1990 in Carmountside Crematorium, S-O-T.

General Notes: Lived at 41, Victoria road, Fenton (1940's). It's now a shop. Was enlisted to the Cavalry of the Line, Hanley 2/Oct/1940 and then the Royal Armoured Corps 150B (No.330099). He served 7yrs with the colours and 5yrs in the reserves. Awarded the Defence Medal,War Medal

1939/1945. Worked on Potteries Demolition after the War.

In the 40s, he had a ancident whereby while waiting for his lorry to be loaded at Liverpool Docks, a ship container broke from its harness at cut his ear off. Apparently he was one of the first in the country to have his ear sown back on successfully.

Photo held.

Noted events in his life were:

Occupation: Miner, Lorry Driver.

George married Hilda Fradley on 1 Aug 1936 in Penkhall Church, S-o-t. Hilda was born on 2 Oct 1917 in 2, Victoria Buildings, Penkhull, S-o-t and died in 2007 in North Staffordshire Hospital, Newcastle-Under-Lyme aged 90.

Children from this marriage were:

          i.  Edith Mary Simmonds

2        ii.  Frederick George Simmonds

        iii.  Pauline Doris Simmonds




5. Hilda Fradley, daughter of William Fradley and Mary Ann Ashworth, was born on 2 Oct 1917 in 2, Victoria Buildings, Penkhull, S-o-t and died in 2007 in North Staffordshire Hospital, Newcastle-Under-Lyme aged 90.

General Notes: Photo, Death cert. held.

Hilda married George Harold Simmonds on 1 Aug 1936 in Penkhall Church, S-o-t. George was born on 29 Nov 1915 in Fenton, S-o-t,1 died on 3 Jul 1990 in Rhyl Hospital, Rhyl, N.wales aged 74, and was buried on 9 Jul 1990 in Carmountside Crematorium, S-O-T.


6. Wilfred Edward Foster, son of Albert Charlesworth and Edith Alice Foster, was born on 18 May 1912 in 23 Shipbrook Rd, Rudheath, Northwich, Ch,2 died on 29 Dec 1998 in Milton Residential Home, S-O-T aged 86, and was buried on 7 Jan 1999 in Carmountside Crematorium, S-O-T.

General Notes: Not married to Doreen Pepper.
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Noted events in his life were:

Occupation: Rolls-Royce Engineer.

Wilfred met Doreen Pepper. Doreen was born on 16 May 1925 and died in 1972 aged 47.

Marriage Notes: Not Married !!

Their child was:

3         i.  Yvonne Ann Pepper

Wilfred married Ida Ethel Povey.

The child from this marriage was:

          i.  Keith Foster




7. Doreen Pepper, daughter of Frederick Pepper and Sarah Ann Duncalf, was born on 16 May 1925 and died in 1972 aged 47.

General Notes: Photo

Doreen met Wilfred Edward Foster. Wilfred was born on 18 May 1912 in 23 Shipbrook Rd, Rudheath, Northwich, Ch,2 died on 29 Dec 1998 in Milton Residential Home, S-O-T aged 86, and was buried on 7 Jan 1999 in Carmountside Crematorium, S-O-T.

Doreen married Kenneth Greatbatch, son of Jack Greatbatch and Ida.

Children from this marriage were:

          i.  Vivien Greatbatch

         ii.  Melisa Greatbatch


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8. George Harry Simmonds, son of Henry Simmons and Caroline Frost, was born on 29 Jun 1870 in Chorlton Bank, Chapel Chorlton,3 was christened on 31 Jul 1870 in St. Lawrence Church, Chapel Chorlton,4 died on 23 Mar 19455 aged 74, and was buried in Fenton Cemetary, S-O-T.

General Notes: 1871 Census for Swynnerton, Nr. Eccleshall, Staffs - see notes for father Henry.
1881 Census - lived at Edenhurst Cottages, Huyton with Roby, Lancs. - see notes for father Henry.
1891 Census for Acton, Nr. Swynnerton,Staffs (21, Agric. lab., b. Witmore) with uncle John Frost (42, roadman, b. Stone), aunty Caroline (32, b. Acton) and cousin Beatrice (13, school teacher, b. Acton) and Woodranger lodger [rg12/pc2144/fo144/pg4,entry19]
1893 : Lived at Butterton, Nr. Trentham, Staffs [marriage cert. to Elizabeth Frost]
1896 : Living in Acton, Swynnerton [ Mother in law Caroline's Death Cert.]
1901 Census for Fenton - living at 31 Mill Street, Fenton, S-O-T, (30 born Newcastle, Staffs) with wife Elizabeth (29, born Newcastle, Staffs) and daughter Caroline (6, born Stone, Staffs).
1905 : Lived at 54, South Street, Stoke, S-O-T, Staffs (BEF Marriage to Edith)
1914 : Lived at 69, Oldfield Street, Fenton, S-O-T, Staffs (5/Mar/1914)
1924 : Lived at 2, Duncan Street, Fenton, S-O-T, Staffs (2/Oct/1924)

He was a Methodist Lay preacher. Preached at Cross Street, Stoke.
Worked for Thorleys of Stoke, 6 horse wagonner.
Looked after horses for "Buffalo" Bill's Wild West Show, when he (William F Cody) brought his show to Stoke. He visited the UK in 1887, 1891-92 and 1903-04. A newspaper reported that the show in 1904 involved up to 800 people and 500 horses.
IGI records say "George Henry Simmons".
First Marriage Cert. shows name of "Symmonds" and witnesses; Dad Henry and Elizabeth's sister Selina.

Photo, 1891,1901 Census Entrys, Birth and both Marriage certificates held.

Noted events in his life were:

Occupation: Hay Trusser, Carter.

Occupation: Hay & Straw Carter.

Occupation: Agriculteral Labourer, 1891.6

Occupation: Labourer, 1893.7

George married Edith Hannah France on 16 Jan 1905 in St. Peters Church, S-O-T, Staffs.8 Edith was born on 4 May 1883 in 5 Kings Croft, Stoke, S-O-T,9 died on 30 Apr 19765 aged 92, and was buried in Fenton Cemetary, S-O-T.

Marriage Notes: Surety:0

Children from this marriage were:

          i.  Authur Simmonds

         ii.  Dolly Simmonds (born on 30 Mar 1907 - died 19 Apr ?, buried in Carmountside Crematorium, S-O-T)

        iii.  May Francis Simmonds (born on 2 Jan 1905 in 10, Lytten Street, Stoke, S-0-t - died on 30 Apr 1996 in Smithpool Road, S-O-T, Staffs)

         iv.  Edith Simmonds (born in Nov 1910 - died on 5 Mar 1914 in 69, Oldfield Street, Fenton, S-o-t)

          v.  Alice Simmonds (born on 26 Apr 1907 - died on 21 Apr 1933, buried in Fenton Cemetary, S-O-T)

4        vi.  George Harold Simmonds (born on 29 Nov 1915 in Fenton, S-o-t - died on 3 Jul 1990 in Rhyl Hospital, Rhyl, N.wales)

        vii.  Frederick John Simmonds (born on 17 Sep 1921 - died on 28 May 1942 in "action")

George next married Elizabeth Ann Frost April 4th 1893 in Butterton, Nr Trentham, Stoke-On-Trent, Staffs..,7 daughter of John Frost and Caroline Goodall. Elizabeth was born in 1872 in Swynerton, Staffs.10

The child from this marriage was:

          i.  Caroline Simmonds


9. Edith Hannah France, daughter of Samuel France and Sarah Thornhill, was born on 4 May 1883 in 5 Kings Croft, Stoke, S-O-T,9 died on 30 Apr 19765 aged 92, and was buried in Fenton Cemetary, S-O-T.

General Notes: 1891 Census (RG12/2191/21/14/70) - Living in The Meir, Caverswall
(Edith (8, scholar, b. Wem, Salop) - see notes for father.
Photo, Birth and Marriage Certificate held.
Lived at 10 Lytton Street, Stoke, S-O-T (BEF marraige to George)
Buried with her husband and daughter Alice (Reference on gravestone to
children Carrie and Frederick)

Noted events in her life were:

Occupation: Domestic, Hospital Worker.

Edith married George Harry Simmonds on 16 Jan 1905 in St. Peters Church, S-O-T, Staffs.8 George was born on 29 Jun 1870 in Chorlton Bank, Chapel Chorlton,3 was christened on 31 Jul 1870 in St. Lawrence Church, Chapel Chorlton,4 died on 23 Mar 19455 aged 74, and was buried in Fenton Cemetary, S-O-T.


10. William Fradley, son of Henry John Fradley and Lydia Chadwick, was born about 188211 and died on 21 Jun 1960 in N.Staffs Royal Infirmary, S-o-T, Staffs. aged about 78.

General Notes: 1891 Living at 17 Boughey(?) St., S-O-T (8, scholar, b. S-O-T) - see text for father Henry. [Census FHS Ref: 6097285, RG12/2175/285/scd126]

1901 Living at 35 Nursery St., S-O-T (18, colliery labourer, b. S-O-T) - see text for father Henry. [Census RG13/2609/63/14/sch88]

1904 : Lived at 108, High Street, Fenton, S-O-T, Staffs (Mar. cert)

Photo. Marriage cert. held.
1901 census held.

Noted events in his life were:

Occupation: (?) Engineer's Fitter.

Occupation: Collier Labourer.

William married Mary Ann Ashworth on 24 May 1904 in Registry Office, S-O-T, Staffs.12 Mary was born on 5 Feb 1884 in Workhouse, Stoke-on-trent, Staffs,13 died in 1947 in 2, Victoria Buildings, Penkhall, S-o-t aged 63, and was buried on 5 Feb 1947.

Marriage Notes: Surety:0

Children from this marriage were:

5         i.  Hilda Fradley (born on 2 Oct 1917 in 2, Victoria Buildings, Penkhull, S-o-t - died in 2007 in North Staffordshire Hospital, Newcastle-Under-Lyme)

         ii.  Alma Fradley (born on 15 Jan 1915 . christened Penkhall Church, S-o-t - died in Sep 1999)

        iii.  Gladis Fradley

         iv.  Edna Fradley

          v.  Connie Fradley

         vi.  Wilfred Fradley

        vii.  Elisabeth Fradley (died on 5 Jun 1995, buried in Hartshill Cemetery, S-o-t)

       viii.  John Fradley (died in Sep 1999)

         ix.  Harold Fradley




11. Mary Ann Ashworth, daughter of John Ashworth and Eliza Shaw, was born on 5 Feb 1884 in Workhouse, Stoke-on-trent, Staffs,13 died in 1947 in 2, Victoria Buildings, Penkhall, S-o-t aged 63, and was buried on 5 Feb 1947.

General Notes: Lived at 35, Summer Street, Stoke, S-O-T, Staffs (24/MAY/1904 - Mar.
cert)
1901 living at 108 Leek Road, Hanley, S-O-T. (1901 Census
rg13/pc2599/fo127/pg17/no85 - boarder, single, 17, potter's jollier,
b. Stoke)
Photo, Birth, Marriage and 1901 Census Record held.

Noted events in her life were:

Occupation: Potter's Sponger.

Occupation: Potter's Jollier.

Mary married William Fradley on 24 May 1904 in Registry Office, S-O-T, Staffs.12 William was born about 188211 and died on 21 Jun 1960 in N.Staffs Royal Infirmary, S-o-T, Staffs. aged about 78.

12. Albert Charlesworth, son of James Charlesworth and Elizabeth Wright, was born about 1889 in Shavington, Cheshire,14 died about 1966 in 179, Crewe Road, Shavington, Crewe, Ches15 aged about 77, and was buried in Crematorium.

General Notes: 1891: Living on Newcastle Road, Hough,Nr Wybunbury, Cheshire (1, b. Hough) - see text for father James [Census for Hough rg12/pc2849/pg12/entry59]

1901 Census for Hough (RG13/3354/64/pg4/sch20) : Living on Newcastle
Road, Hough, Nr Wybunbury, Cheshire (12, b. Shavington) - see text for
father James.

He owned a market stall in Crewe market, Crewe, Cheshire

He wasn't married to Edith. Grandad (W.E) Foster said that she didn't want to marry him after getting pregnant 'cause he was seeing another woman.

Noted events in his life were:

Occupation: Market Gardener.

Albert married Edith Alice Foster. Edith was born on 10 Apr 1890 in Hankelow, Cheshire16 and died on 3 Mar 1990 in Barony Hospital, Nantwich, Cheshire aged 99.

The child from this marriage was:

6         i.  Wilfred Edward Foster (born on 18 May 1912 in 23 Shipbrook Rd, Rudheath, Northwich, Ch - died on 29 Dec 1998 in Milton Residential Home, S-O-T)

Albert next married Cissie.




13. Edith Alice Foster, daughter of John Foster and Sarah Woolrich, was born on 10 Apr 1890 in Hankelow, Cheshire16 and died on 3 Mar 1990 in Barony Hospital, Nantwich, Cheshire aged 99.

General Notes: She wasn't married to Albert Charlesworth. Grandad (W.E) Foster said
that she didn't want to marry him after getting pregnant 'cause he was
seeing another woman.
1901 Census for Willaston (RG13/3360/58/pg23/139) : lived in Wistaton
Road, Willaston, Cheshire - see text for father, John.
Lived in 73 Wistaton Rd, Willaston before her marraige to Colin.
Lived in Shavington, Cheshire before she died. (of broncopneumonia)

Noted events in her life were:

Occupation: Domestic Cleaner.

Edith married Colin Bentley on 2 Mar 1921 in St. Mary's Church, Wistaton, Cheshire.,17 son of John Bentley and Mary Hughes. Colin was born on 24 Mar 1891 in London Rd, Willaston, Cheshire18 and died on an unknown date in Shavington, Cheshire.

Marriage Notes: Surety:0

Edith next married Albert Charlesworth. Albert was born about 1889 in Shavington, Cheshire,14 died about 1966 in 179, Crewe Road, Shavington, Crewe, Ches15 aged about 77, and was buried in Crematorium.


14. Frederick Pepper, son of Frederick Pepper and Lucy Durno, was born on 29 Feb 1904,19 died on 25 Nov 1987 in City General Hospital, S-O-T aged 83, and was buried on 1 Dec 1987 in Carmountside Crematorium, S-O-T.

General Notes: 1904 - At birth, lived at 31 Union Street, Hanley. (copy of birth
cert.)
1917 - Living at 11 Wood Street, Hanley, S-O-T and attended the Cannon
(?) St. School (Labour Cert.)
1924 - Living at 77 Broom Street (marriage cert.)
Up until his death, lived at 69, Newhouse Road, Bucknall, S-O-T.

From a scrap of paper that he wrote;
May 3rd 1918 Commencement of service
Aug 15th 1925 Notice through depression
Feb 25th 1929 Reinstated
Feb 13th 1932 Notice through depression
Feb 1934 Reinstated

William Finney and Florence Shingler where witnesses at his wedding.
I have cutting from a copy of Stoke-on-Trent's "Evening sentinel" of Fred and Sally's wedding celebrations.
Photo, Birth, Marriage and Death Cert. and copy of Will (dated 3rd Feb
1988) held.

Noted events in his life were:

Occupation: Goods Porter.

Frederick married Sarah Ann Duncalf on 3 Aug 1924 in Holy Trinity Church, Northwood, S-O-T.20 Sarah was born on 14 May 1905,21 died on 27 Jan 1993 in Austin House, Abbey Hulton, S-O-T22 aged 87, and was buried on 3 Feb 1993 in Carmountside Crematorium, S-O-T.

Marriage Notes: Surety:0

Children from this marriage were:

          i.  Kenneth Pepper (died on 7 Mar 1998 in Douglas Mcmillan Home, Stoke-on-trent)

7        ii.  Doreen Pepper (born on 16 May 1925 - died in 1972)

        iii.  Frederick Pepper (born on 15 Feb 1927 - died on 28 Jun 1996 in Jamage Road, Talke, S-o-t)




15. Sarah Ann Duncalf, daughter of Francis William Duncalf and Mary Harriet Ferriday, was born on 14 May 1905,21 died on 27 Jan 1993 in Austin House, Abbey Hulton, S-O-T22 aged 87, and was buried on 3 Feb 1993 in Carmountside Crematorium, S-O-T.

General Notes: Her birth certificate does not show her middle name. It also shows her father as Edwin Shingler, who we know was married to her mother Harriet, but the story goes that she had an affair with FrancisDuncalf while Edwin was at war. Edwin was also supposed to have been
killed in the war (in India SRC:Yvonne Simmonds). However, on the copy of Sarah's Birth cert. he is the signature to obtain it for purposes
of the Factory and Workshop Act. The copy is dated 30th Jan 1919, three years after her mother Mary's remarriage, whos marriage certificate states she is a a "widow" !
Her marriage certificate also shows her maiden name as Shingler. It also shows her father as "deceased". I guess this is referring to Edwin and not her real father, Francis.
Her death certificate shows her maiden name as Duncalf.

S Swift was present at her birth and the registered informant.

She died of Bronchopneumonia.

1905 - Lived at No. 1, London Road, S-O-T. (birth cert.)
1924 - Living at 11 Back America Street (marriage cert.)

Photo, Birth, Marriage and Death cert. held.

Noted events in her life were:

Occupation: Cup Handler.

Sarah married Frederick Pepper on 3 Aug 1924 in Holy Trinity Church, Northwood, S-O-T.20 Frederick was born on 29 Feb 1904,19 died on 25 Nov 1987 in City General Hospital, S-O-T aged 83, and was buried on 1 Dec 1987 in Carmountside Crematorium, S-O-T.
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16. Henry Simmons, son of Unknown and Elizabeth Simmons, was born on 21 Apr 1848 in Cheswardine, Shrophire,23 was christened on 29 May 1848 in Cheswardine, Shrophire,24 died after 1905,25 and was buried in (?) St Marys Church, Bucknall, S-o-t.

General Notes: 1851 Census - lived at No69 Cheswardine village - see notes for grandad Samual. Evidence that this is ok is that age matches and birth place known to be cheswardine.

1861 Census for Flashbrook, Adbaston, Shropshire - living (13.Ag.Lab.,b.Cheswardine) with mother Elizabeth Booker, stepdad William Booker and Stepsister Harriet Booker (2). Note that the census describes Henry as "Wife's Son" and spells surname as "Simmonds". [rg9_pc1904_fo126_pg11]

1870 : Lived at Chorlton Bank, Chapel Chorlton. [9/Aug/1870 - son George's Birth Certificate]

1871 Census for Swynnerton, Nr. Eccleshall, Staffs - living in Stableford (24,Ag.Lab.,b. Cheswardine) with wife Caroline (25,b.Tittensor) and son George Harry (9 mths,b.Hill Chorlton). [rg10_pc2826_fo82_pg10]

1881 Census - lived at Edenhurst Cottage, Huyton with Roby, Lancs. (32,Teamsman(Carter),b. Cheswardine) with wife Caroline (35,b.Tittensor) and son George H (10,b. Hill Chorlton) . Visitor William Minty (35) and boarder Elizabeth Minty (5)[RG11/3722/28/7]

1888 - Lived at Parkfields, Barlaston [Caroline's Death Certificate].

1891 Census - living at Groundslow, Nr. Stone, Staffs (42, agric. lab., b. Shropshire) with 2nd wife Hannah [31, b. Barlaston, Staffs.] - note that Henry's possible employer at the time was Thomas Westray, b. 1839, who was a Farmer of 470 acres at Groundslow, Stone Staffordshire with 10 labourers & 2 boys (source : http://www.users.globalnet.co.uk/~westat58/theotherwestrayfamilies.htm)

1901 Census - living on Roe Lane Farm, Seabridge, nr Newcastle-Under-Lyme, Staffs (51,b. Cheswardine, Salop) with 2nd wife Hannah (41, b. Barlaston, Staffs) and Brother-In-Law Arthur Bailey (31, b. Barlaston, Staffs). (rg13/pc2581/fo99/pg6/no35)

Owned a house at Kerry Hill, Nr Bucknall, S-O-T
He would "read the bible from one hand and have a whiskey in the other!" (Src: Arthur Simmonds)
Evidence that birth certificate is correct is : (1) 1881 census gives his place of birth of Cheswardine and age fits (2) Mother's residence is Cheswardine.

Photo, Birth, both Marriage Certificates & 1851,1861,1871,1891,1901 Census held.

Noted events in his life were:

Occupation: Ag. Lab, 1861.26

Occupation: Teamsman (Carter), 1881.27

Occupation: Agricultural Labourer, 1891, Groundslow, Nr. Stone, Staffs..28

Occupation: Farm Bailiff, 1893.7

Occupation: Agric. Labourer, Farmer.

Occupation: General Labourer on Farm.

Henry married Caroline Frost on 21 Sep 1869 in Parish Church, Stone, Staffs.29 Caroline was born on 22 May 1845 in Tittensor, Staffs,30 died on 9 Mar 1888 in Parkfields, Barlaston31 aged 42, and was buried in (?) St Marys Church, Bucknall, S-o-t.

The child from this marriage was:

8         i.  George Harry Simmonds (born on 29 Jun 1870 in Chorlton Bank, Chapel Chorlton - died on 23 Mar 1945, buried in Fenton Cemetary, S-O-T)



Henry next married Hannah Bailey. Hannah was born about 1860 in Barlaston.Staffs.32


17. Caroline Frost, daughter of George Frost and Ann Woolley, was born on 22 May 1845 in Tittensor, Staffs,30 died on 9 Mar 1888 in Parkfields, Barlaston31 aged 42, and was buried in (?) St Marys Church, Bucknall, S-o-t.

General Notes: 1851, 1861 Census for Tittensor - see text for Father, George.
1871 Census for Swynnerton, Nr. Eccleshall, Staffs - see notes for husband Henry.
1881 Census - lived at Edenhurst Cottages, Huyton with Roby, Lancs. - see notes for husband Henry.
1888 - Parkfields, Barlaston [Death certificate].

She died of Chronic Brights Disease (effecting the Kidneys) aged 42. Her husband, Henry, was in attendance.

Death Cert. held.

Noted events in her life were:

Occupation: Housewife.

Caroline married Henry Simmons on 21 Sep 1869 in Parish Church, Stone, Staffs.29 Henry was born on 21 Apr 1848 in Cheswardine, Shrophire,23 was christened on 29 May 1848 in Cheswardine, Shrophire,24 died after 1905,25 and was buried in (?) St Marys Church, Bucknall, S-o-t.

18. Samuel France, son of John France and Hannah Harper, was born about 1856 in Hinstock, Shropshire,33 died after 1905,34 and was buried in Penkridge.

General Notes: 1861 Census for High Hatton, Shropshire - see notes for father John.

1871 Census for Stanton (Shrophire) - possibly this is Samuel (aged 16) working as a servant for Anne and James Hamer. [rg10_pc2794_fo_56_pg1]

1881 Census (RG11/2677/27/pg9): Lived in Ercall Magna, Shropshire (25, Ag. labourer, b. Hinstock, Shropshire) with wife Sarah (26) and children ; Emily (2) and John Thomas (6mnths). [FamilySearch.org - **need to get actual ** ]

1891 Census (RG12/2191/21/14/70) - Living in The Meir, Caverswall (33,Farmer's Waggonner [horse],b. Woll?, Salop) with wife Sarah (34,Laundress, b. Wem, Salop) and children Emily (12, scholar, b. Wem,Salop), John Thomas (10, scholar, b. Wem, Salop), Edith (8, scholar,b. Wem, Salop), Elizabeth (3, scholar, b. Market Drayton, Salop) and
Joseph (1, scholar, b. Market Drayton, Salop)

1901 Census (RG13/2560/pg2/9): Living in Tagg Lane, Cheswardine (aged46, waggonner on farm, born Staunton, Salop) with wife Sarah (47, born Wem, Salop) and children John Thomas (20, Waggonner on Farm, born Wellington, Salop), Mary Elizabeth (13, scholar, b. Tyrley(sp?),Staffs), Joseph (11, scholar, b. Tyrley(sp?), Staffs), Sarah (9,scholar, b. Great Barr, Staffs), Arthur (7, scholar, b. Darlaston,Staffs) and Margaret Annie (3, b. Darlaston, Staffs)

Henry Davis and Mary E. Thornhill were witnesses at their wedding.
Both Samual and Sarah put a mark for their signatures. Can't decipher the ages or place of residence!
Marriage Cert.,1861-91,1901 Census' held.

Noted events in his life were:

Occupation: Ag. Labourer, Carter.

Occupation: Labourer.

Samuel married Sarah Thornhill on 19 Feb 1878 in Parish Church, Wem, Salop.35 Sarah was born about 1855 in Wem, Shrophire36 and was buried in Madeley.

Marriage Notes: Surety:0

Children from this marriage were:

9         i.  Edith Hannah France (born on 4 May 1883 in 5 Kings Croft, Stoke, S-O-T - died on 30 Apr 1976, buried in Fenton Cemetary, S-O-T)

         ii.  Margaret Annie France

        iii.  Emily France (born about 1879 in Wem, Shrophire)

         iv.  John Thomas France (born about 1880 in High Ercall, Shrophire)

          v.  Mary Elizabeth France

         vi.  Joseph France

        vii.  Sarah France

       viii.  Arthur France


19. Sarah Thornhill, daughter of Thomas Thornhill and Margaret, was born about 1855 in Wem, Shrophire36 and was buried in Madeley.

General Notes: 1861 Census for Horton, Shropshire - living in a Cottage - see notes for father Thomas.
1871 Census for Newhall, Cheshire - possibly Sarah living in Dodsgreen Lane (16,servant,b.Wem) to William and Hannah Smith (farmers). [Class: RG10; Piece: 3716; Folio: 88; Page: 21; GSU roll: 842125]
1881 Census (RG11/2677/27/pg9): Lived in Ercall Magna, Shropshire - see notes for husband Samuel.
1891 Census (RG12/2191/21/14/70) - Living in The Meir, Caverswall (34, Laundress, b. Wem, Salop) - see notes for Samuel.
1901 Census (RG13/2560/pg2/9): Living in Tagg Lane, Cheswardine (47,born Wem, Salop) - see notes for Samuel.

Marriage certificate, 1861 census held.
See notes for husband Samuel.

Noted events in her life were:

Occupation: Ag. Labourer's Wife.

Sarah married Samuel France on 19 Feb 1878 in Parish Church, Wem, Salop.35 Samuel was born about 1856 in Hinstock, Shropshire,33 died after 1905,34 and was buried in Penkridge.

20. Henry John Fradley, son of William Fradley and Jane Berrisford, was born on 9 Jul 1862 in Boothen Street, Stoke-On-Trent, Staffs37 and died about 1911 aged about 49.

General Notes: 1881 Living in Oak Hill, S-O-T - see notes for father William.

1891 Living at 17 Boughey(?) St., S-O-T (28, kilnsman, b. Burslem), with wife Lydia (27, b. Burslem) and children William (8, scholar, b. S-O-T), Jane (4,b. Boothen) and Maria (2, b. Boothen). [Census FHS Ref: 6097285, RG12/2175/285/scd126]

1901 Living at 35 Nursery St., S-O-T (38, widower,colliery labourer, b. S-O-T) with children, William (18, colliery labourer, b. S-O-T), Jane (14, b. S-O-T), Edna (10, b. S-O-T), Maria (13, b. S-O-T), Alma (4, b. S-O-T), Jack (1 b.S-O-T) and Nellie (7, b. S-O-T). [Census RG13/2609/63/14/sch88]

Copy of Birth and Marriage Certificate held.
1881,1901 census held.

Noted events in his life were:

Occupation: Potter's Labourer/Fireman.

Henry married Lydia Chadwick on 5 Feb 1882.38 Lydia was born in 1863 in (?) 97, Wood St, Burslem, S-o-t, Staffs39 and died in 1901 aged 38.

Marriage Notes: Surety:0

Children from this marriage were:

          i.  Jack Fradley

         ii.  Nelly Fradley

        iii.  Edna Fradley

10       iv.  William Fradley (born about 1882 - died on 21 Jun 1960 in N.Staffs Royal Infirmary, S-o-T, Staffs.)

          v.  Jane Fradley

         vi.  Maria Fradley

        vii.  Alma Fradley


21. Lydia Chadwick, daughter of John Fox Chadwick and Maria Shaw, was born in 1863 in (?) 97, Wood St, Burslem, S-o-t, Staffs39 and died in 1901 aged 38.

General Notes: 1871 Census for Burslem - living in Wood Street - see notes for father John Fox.
1881 Census for Stoke - Lived in James Street - see notes for father John Fox.
1891 Census for Stoke (FHS Ref: 6097285, RG12/2175/285/scd126) :
Living at 17 Boughey(?) St., S-O-T - see text for husband Henry.

Noted events in her life were:

Occupation: Paintress.

Occupation: Housekeeper, 1881.

Lydia married Henry John Fradley on 5 Feb 1882.38 Henry was born on 9 Jul 1862 in Boothen Street, Stoke-On-Trent, Staffs37 and died about 1911 aged about 49.

22. John Ashworth, son of Unknown and Eleanor, was born in 1856 in Durham, Sunderlandsh40,41 and died after 24 May 1904.42

General Notes: 1871 Census for Stoke - living at 6 Thomas Street, Stoke - see notes for mother Eleanor.
1881 Census for Stoke - lived at 16 Oldham St.

Noted events in his life were:

Occupation: Potter.

Occupation: Wood Turner, 1871.41

John married Eliza Shaw in (?) St. Catherines. Eliza was born in 1855 in Hanley, S-O-T, Staffs40 and died after 5 Feb 1884.43

Children from this marriage were:

11        i.  Mary Ann Ashworth (born on 5 Feb 1884 in Workhouse, Stoke-on-trent, Staffs - died in 1947 in 2, Victoria Buildings, Penkhall, S-o-t)

         ii.  Auther Ashworth (born in 1880 in Hanley, S-O-T, Staffs)

        iii.  John Ashworth (born on 15 Mar 1882 in No. 17, Hope Street, Hanley, S-O-T - died in 1942 in City General Hospital, Hartshill, Staffordshire)

         iv.  Charles Ashworth


23. Eliza Shaw, daughter of James Shaw and Jemima, was born in 1855 in Hanley, S-O-T, Staffs40 and died after 5 Feb 1884.43

General Notes: 1861 Census for Hanley see notes for father James.
1881 Census for Stoke - lived at 16 Oldham St.

Eliza married John Ashworth in (?) St. Catherines. John was born in 1856 in Durham, Sunderlandsh40,41 and died after 24 May 1904.42

24. James Charlesworth,44 son of Robert Charlesworth and Unknown, was born about 1851 in Acton, Cheshire.45

General Notes: 1861 Census for Calvery, Cheshire - living in Law Side? - see notes for father Robert.

1871 Census for Woolwich,Kent - staying in Woolwich Dockyard,Royal Artillery Barracks (19,Soldier -"Gunners",b. Nantwich) - evidence is that name and age match . Also place of birth is close to other recorded place of birth of Acton. [Class: RG10; Piece: 780; Folio: 60; Page: 28; GSU roll: 824735]

1881 Census for Monks Coppenhall (FHS Film No. 1341848 - RG11/3542/125/pg23) : Living at 116 Mill Street, Monks Coppenhall, Cheshire (29, Pedlar, b. Acton, Cheshire) with wife Elizabeth (27,b. Newcastle, Staffs) and children, James (7, b. Manchester), Elizabeth (5, b. Acton), William (3, b. Stockport) and father-in-law, John Wright (53, widow, shoemaker, b. Gloucester), sister-in-laws Ann J. Wright and Agnes Wright (both unmarried) and nephew Albert W. Wright.

1891: Living on Newcastle Road, Hough,Nr Wybunbury, Cheshire (38, Green Grocer, b. Cheshire, ????) with wife Elizabeth (37, b. Newcastle, Staffs) and children James (17, Agri. Lab., b. Manchester, ????),William (13, green grocer, b. Stockport), George A (10, scholar, b. Crewe), Mary Jane (9, scholar, b. Crewe), Emily (6, scholar, b. Crewe), John (4, scholar, b. Crewe), Annie (2, b. Crewe), Albert (1, b. Hough). [Census for Hough rg12/pc2849/pg12/entry59]

1901 : Living on Newcastle Road, Hough, Nr Wybunbury, Cheshire (49, Market Gardener - own account, b. Acton, Cheshire) with wife Elizabeth (48, b. Newcastle, Staffs) and children Emily (17, b. Shavington - with husband James Morbury 21, Railway Navvy, b. Crewe), John (15, Assistant on Garden, b. Shavington), Annie (13, b. Shavington), Albert (12, b. Shavington), Alice (8, b. Hough), Harriet (9, b. Hough), Ernest (4, b. Hough), Edwin (3, b. Hough) and Son-in-Law James Morbury [Census for Hough RG13/3354/64/pg4/sch20]

Marriage Certificate and 1891/1901 census held.
Witnesses at wedding (James 21, Elizabeth 20) were William Sneyd and Caroline Hadland(sp?))

Noted events in his life were:

Occupation: Hair Dresser.

Occupation: Pedlar, 1881.

Occupation: Green Grocer, 1891.46

Occupation: Market Gardener, 1901.44

James married Elizabeth Wright on 31 Dec 1872 in Christ Church, Crewe, Cheshire.47 Elizabeth was born about 1852 in Newcastle, Stafford, England.48

Marriage Notes: Surety:0

Children from this marriage were:

          i.  James Charlesworth (born about 1874 in Manchester, Lancashire)

         ii.  Elizabeth Charlesworth (born about 1876 in Acton, Cheshire)

        iii.  William Charlesworth (born about 1878 in Stockport, Cheshire)

         iv.  George A Charlesworth (born about 1881 in Crewe, Cheshire)

          v.  Emily Charlesworth (born about 1884 in Shavington, Cheshire)

         vi.  John Charlesworth

        vii.  Annie Charlesworth

12     viii.  Albert Charlesworth (born about 1889 in Shavington, Cheshire - died about 1966 in 179, Crewe Road, Shavington, Crewe, Ches)

         ix.  Harriet Charlesworth

          x.  Alice Charlesworth

         xi.  Ernest Charlesworth

        xii.  Edwin Charlesworth


25. Elizabeth Wright, daughter of John Wright and Jane, was born about 1852 in Newcastle, Stafford, England.48

General Notes: 1861 Census for Newcastle-under-Lyme - living in Fletcher St (7,b. Newcastle). Her surname is Burks? though and father John is the lodger! Need to confirm with birth certificate.

1881 Census for Monks Coppenhall (FHS Film No. 1341848 -
RG11/3542/125/pg23) : Living at 116 Mill Street, Monks Coppenhall
(27,b. Newcastle, Staffs) - see text for husband james.

1901 Census for Hough (RG13/3354/64/pg4/sch20) : Living on Newcastle
Road, Hough, Nr Wybunbury, Cheshire - see text for husband James.
She was the first stall holder of Crewe Market, Crewe, Cheshire

Noted events in her life were:

Occupation: Market Fruiterer.

Elizabeth married James Charlesworth 44 on 31 Dec 1872 in Christ Church, Crewe, Cheshire.47 James was born about 1851 in Acton, Cheshire.45

26. John Foster, son of Thomas Foster and Unknown, was born about 1863 in Audlem, Staffs,49 died on 9 Mar 1950 aged about 87, and was buried in St. Mary's Church, Wistaton, Cheshire.

General Notes: 1901 Census for Willaston - Living on Wistaton Road, Willaston, Cheshire (37,coal carter, b. Audlem) with wife Sarah (38, b. Audlem) and children Lily (15, b. Willaston), Frederick (13, b. Willaston), Edith A. (10, b. Willaston), John (8, b. Willaston), Mary Ethel (4, b. Willaston), Allan (2, b. Willaston). [RG13/pc3360/fo58/pg23/no139]

His grandson, Derek Foster, says that he was killed in a car accident by some "jealous husband" !!. He was a big man - big silver mustache.

Marriage Certificate, Video of his grave, held.

Noted events in his life were:

Occupation: Coal, Caster, Gardener.

Occupation: Labourer.

John married Sarah Woolrich on 23 Jul 1883 in Christ Church, Crewe, Cheshire.50 Sarah was born about 1862 in Audlem, Staffs,51 died on 9 Aug 1923 aged about 61, and was buried in St. Mary's Church, Wistaton, Cheshire.

Marriage Notes: Surety:0
Witnessess were James Woolrich and Emma Bryning (sp?)
John (aged 20, bachelor) and Sarah (aged 21, spinster) lived in Crewe.

Children from this marriage were:

13        i.  Edith Alice Foster (born on 10 Apr 1890 in Hankelow, Cheshire - died on 3 Mar 1990 in Barony Hospital, Nantwich, Cheshire)

         ii.  Mary Ethel Foster

        iii.  Francis Foster

         iv.  Jack Foster

          v.  James Foster

         vi.  Alan Foster

        vii.  Lily Foster

       viii.  Frederick Foster

         ix.  John Foster


27. Sarah Woolrich, daughter of James Woolrich and Unknown, was born about 1862 in Audlem, Staffs,51 died on 9 Aug 1923 aged about 61, and was buried in St. Mary's Church, Wistaton, Cheshire.

General Notes: 1881 census for Hatherton, Cheshire - living (18,general servant,b.Audlem) with John Lea (54,farmer of 134 Acres) and his family. [rg11,pc3544,fo107,pg1,gsu roll 1341849]

1901 Census for Willaston (RG13/3360/58/pg23/139) - see text for
husband, John.

Marriage Certificate, Video of his grave, held.

Sarah married John Foster on 23 Jul 1883 in Christ Church, Crewe, Cheshire.50 John was born about 1863 in Audlem, Staffs,49 died on 9 Mar 1950 aged about 87, and was buried in St. Mary's Church, Wistaton, Cheshire.


28. Frederick Pepper, son of John Pepper and Mary Harper, was born about 1878 in Hanley, S-O-T, Staffs,52 died on 10 Sep 1958 in North Staffordshire Royal Inf., Hartshill, S-O-T53 aged about 80, and was buried in Carmountside Crematorium, S-O-T.

General Notes: 1881 Census for Shelton - living at 87 Bridge Street, Hanley (3,b. Hanley) - see notes for father John.

1891 Census for S-O-T - living at 95, Etruria Vale (13,Potter's Placer,b. S-O-T) - see notes for father John.

1901 Census for Hanley - living at 95 Etruria Vale (23,boarder,b. Hanley) with brother Charles (27,Goods Porter NJ Railway, b. Hanley) and Charles' wife Florence (25,housekeeper,b.Newcastle) and children Frederick (8,b.Hanley), William (5,b.Hanley) and Florence (1,b.Hanley). [RG13/pc2605/fo126/pg22/no133]

1903 Mar. Cert. : Lived at 93, Eturia Vale, Shelton

1904 Lived at 31 Union Street, Hanley. [copy of son Fred's birth cert.]

1953 Lived at 79 Sun Street, Hanley, S-O-T [Lucy's Burial fees]

1958 Lived in blind home, Tretham, S-O-T. [Death Cert.]
Death Cert. states he died of surgical shock, thru a prostactectomy of
a benign enlargement of the prostrate.

Who was Florence Pepper? She was a witness at his wedding to Lucy.

Photo, Marriage and Death Certificate held.

Noted events in his life were:

Occupation: Chemical Grinder.

Occupation: Labourer Alberts Basic Slag.

Occupation: Labourer.

Frederick married Lucy Durno on 14 Apr 1903 in Registry Office, S-O-T, Staffs.54 Lucy was born on 24 Sep 1876 in Botteslow Mill, Hanley, S-o-t,55 died on 10 Feb 1953 in North Staffordshire Royal Inf., Hartshill, S-O-T56 aged 76, and was buried 12th February 1953 in Carmountside Crematorium, S-O-T.57

Marriage Notes: Surety:0

Children from this marriage were:

14        i.  Frederick Pepper (born on 29 Feb 1904 - died on 25 Nov 1987 in City General Hospital, S-O-T)

         ii.  Laura Pepper

        iii.  Charles Pepper

         iv.  Florence Pepper

          v.  Lucy Pepper




29. Lucy Durno, daughter of Robert Durno and Lucy Shenton, was born on 24 Sep 1876 in Botteslow Mill, Hanley, S-o-t,55 died on 10 Feb 1953 in North Staffordshire Royal Inf., Hartshill, S-O-T56 aged 76, and was buried 12th February 1953 in Carmountside Crematorium, S-O-T.57

General Notes: 1881 Census for Hanley - living at Botteslow Mill (4,b.Hanley) - see notes for father Robert.

1891 Census for Hanley - Living at 19, Pelham St (14, General Servant,b. Hanley) - see notes for mother Lucy.

1901 Census for Hanley (RG13/2599/9/pg9/46) : Living at 23 Union Street, Hanley (25, Potters warehouse woman, b. Hanley) with brother (?) Thomas Wood and family.

1904 Lived at 31 Union Street, Hanley. [son Fred's birth cert.)

Who was Florence Pepper? She was a witness at her wedding to Fred.

Yvonne Simmonds (nee Pepper), say's Lucy lived in Sun St,. Hanley (confirmed) when she used to visit her. She would have sunday dinner. Lucy used to pick up beetles in the house and take them outside. Lucy and Fred didn't have a sink in the house or a toilet. They were both outside. They had a bowl to do the dishes. No cooker either. They would cook directly on the fire.
Fred would take snuff and the spit into the fire. He was a bit blind so would miss and the spit would sizzle on the grate!! Fred liked the ladies and one in particular used to sit on his knee down the pub!
Lucy was quiet like her son, Fred.
Her burial fees amounted to 8.15sh. Grave Space : PH16, Carmountside Cemetary. The funeral director's (Dr. to J.P. Leese) fees where 36.15sh for coffin, fittings and robe. One motor hearse, two motor coaches, Sentinel Adverts 2, Sentinel Ack. 1, New grave Carmountside.
Her Death Cert. stated that she died of heart failure and pneumonia.

I have a "birthday" postcard to Lucy from her sister Harriet. It's addressed to "Mrs L Pepper, 79 Sun St, Shelton". Sadly no date mark.


Photo, Birth, Marriage and Death certificates held.

Noted events in her life were:

Occupation: Potters Warehouse Woman.

Lucy married Frederick Pepper on 14 Apr 1903 in Registry Office, S-O-T, Staffs.54 Frederick was born about 1878 in Hanley, S-O-T, Staffs,52 died on 10 Sep 1958 in North Staffordshire Royal Inf., Hartshill, S-O-T53 aged about 80, and was buried in Carmountside Crematorium, S-O-T.


30. Francis William Duncalf, son of Frederick Duncalf and Elizabeth Jones, was born on 13 Feb 1875 in 10 Elizabeth Street, Hanley, S-O-T.58

General Notes: 1916 Lived At 11 Back America Street, Hanley, S-O-T. [March 1916]

1891 Living at - 10 Back West St., Hanley , named as "William" (17, Coal Miner's assistant,b.Hanley) - see notes for father Frederick. [1891 Census rg12/pc2167/fo126/pg35,gsu roll6097277] NB. Back West St was renamed to Ashmore Street Back in the early 1950's.

1901"staying" in Stafford Prison (26,prisoner,Coal Miner, b. Hanley) [1901 Census rg13,pc2572,fo161,pg8].
Also on the 1901 census, living down the street from Francis's parents was his future wife, Mary Harriet Ferriday (living at 18 West Street, Hanley).

1911 Living in 22 Back West Street, Hanley (35,single,Colliery Loader Underground,b.Hanley) with mother Eliza (58,widower,Housekeeper,b.Hanley) and brothers Samuel and Robert

Also got a group army picture - could be one of Francis - on the back it said "from Bill" .
He was a Corporel in the 26th Middlesex Regiment(3683) at Whitley.
From the http://www.1914-1918.net/msex.htm website:
26th (Service) Battalion (3rd Public Works Pioneers)
Formed in London on 9 August 1915 by Lt-Col. John Ward MP. Moved to Alexandra Park.
2 May 1916 : landed at Le Havre.
24 August 1916 : landed at Salonika and attached to 27th Division as Pioneer Battalion.
November 1917 : moved with the Division to Italy but returned to France in March 1918.

He was quite handy - making shoes and tailoring clothes for a hobby.
He also used to make dandelion beer, keep chickens and wippets to go"rabbiting" with. He also liked his drink - a little too much sometimes!

"There is a rumour that my great grandfather John William Johnson's
sister Sarah Ann gave birth to a son believed to be fathered by your
grandfather [Francis William Duncalf]! She later went on to marry his brother John Duncalf, who brought him up as his own. The child was known as George Johnson and is
in the 1901 census, living with Sarah and the Johnson family.
I sent for the birth certificate which states Sarah Ann as his mother
but the father is left blank!" : src Elaine French

Photo held. Lots of court and prison records held!

Noted events in his life were:

Occupation: Coal Miner.

Occupation: Coal Miner's Assistant, 1891.

Francis married Mary Harriet Ferriday on 7 Mar 1916 in Registry Office, S-O-T, Staffs.59 Mary was born on 29 Jun 1882 in 45, High Street, Burslem, Stoke-on-Trent, Staffs,60 died on 25 Apr 1967 in 183, Newhouse Rd, Bucknall, S-O-T61 aged 84, and was buried in 1967 in Carmountside Crematorium, S-O-T.

Marriage Notes: Surety:0

The child from this marriage was:

15        i.  Sarah Ann Duncalf (born on 14 May 1905 - died on 27 Jan 1993 in Austin House, Abbey Hulton, S-O-T)




31. Mary Harriet Ferriday, daughter of Richard Ferriday and Elizabeth Wild, was born on 29 Jun 1882 in 45, High Street, Burslem, Stoke-on-Trent, Staffs,60 died on 25 Apr 1967 in 183, Newhouse Rd, Bucknall, S-O-T61 aged 84, and was buried in 1967 in Carmountside Crematorium, S-O-T.

General Notes: 1882 : Lived at 45 High Street, Burslem, S-O-T [Birth Cert].
1891 Census for Hanley - living at 8, Bow Street - see notes for father Richard.
1901 Census (RG13/2600/100/pg14/73) : Living at 18, West Street,Hanley (18, Pottery Sponger, b. Burslem) with mum and dad and siblings.
1916 : Lived at 11 Back America Street, Hanley, S-O-T.
1926 : Lived at 11 Back America Street, Hanley, S-O-T. [copy of Birth
cert]

Her birth certificate spells her surname as Ferrady.

Mary married John Edwin Shingler (who, by the 1891 Census, was living at 41 Back West St., Hanley (18, Coal Miner,b. Milton) with his mother and sisters [Class: RG12; Piece: 2167; Folio 125; Page 34; GSU roll: 6097277].
There is a record for their marriage on the civil registrastion index [Jan,Feb,Mar quarter, 1902, Stoke T., 6b, 312]

She was then widowed from John Edwin and then married Francis.W Duncalf.

Francis was Sarah's father although her birth certificate states Edwin. The story goes that Mary had an affair with Francis while Edwin was at war. Edwin was also supposed to have been killed in the war (in India). However, on a copy of Sarah Duncalf's birth cert. he is the signature to obtain it for purposes of the Factory and Workshop Act.
The copy is dated 30th Jan 1919, three years after Mary's remarriage!

1967 : Death cert. states she was the widow of Francis William Duncalf.
Died of 1a. Haemopericardium (split of left ventricle), 1b.Coronary atheroma, 2. Choleithiasis
Burial Fees (receipt no.42932 Carmountside Crematorium) where 6.6sh.
Funeral Directors (Joseph Lymer & Son) fees where 50.13sh.6p. The bill states 3 cars, best coffin and interior, silver fittings and engraved plate, gown, silk robe... a Sentiel Obit. was placed.

Photo, Birth, Marraige, Death Cert. and Pension books held.

Mary married Francis William Duncalf on 7 Mar 1916 in Registry Office, S-O-T, Staffs.59 Francis was born on 13 Feb 1875 in 10 Elizabeth Street, Hanley, S-O-T.58

Mary next married John Edwin Shingler in 1902 in Stoke on Trent. John was born about 1873 in Milton, Staffordshire and died before 3 Aug 1924.62

Noted events in his life were:

Occupation: Coal Miner, 1891.


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33. Elizabeth Simmons, daughter of Samuel Simmons and Mary Smith, was born in 1826 in Cheswardine, Shrophire63 and was christened on 19 Feb 1826 in Edgmond, Shrophire.64

General Notes: 1841 Census for Cheswardine living in the village of Cheswardine - see notes for father Samuel.
1848 - Lived in Cheswardine, Shrophire. No record of partner for Henry's Birth.
1861 Census for Flashbrook,Adbaston,Shropshire - see notes for son Henry. Note. gives birth place of Edgmond
1871 Census for Chetwynd, Shropshire - living (49,b. Edgmond) with husband William (54) and children Harriet (12) and Hester (6). [rg10_pc2811_fo77_pg2]

No record of Henry's father.

1861 Census held.

Noted events in her life were:

Occupation: House Servant.

Elizabeth married William Booker. William was born about 1822 in Eccleshall, Stone, Staffs..26

Children from this marriage were:

          i.  Harriett Booker (born about 1859 in Market Drayton)

         ii.  Hester Booker (born about 1855)

Elizabeth next married someone

Her child was:

16        i.  Henry Simmons (born on 21 Apr 1848 in Cheswardine, Shrophire - died after 1905, buried in (?) St Marys Church, Bucknall, S-o-t)


34. George Frost was born in 1800 in Gnosall, Nr Stafford Staffs65 and died in 187066 aged 70.

General Notes: 1841 Census for Tittensor - Living in Tittensor, Stone (45, Ag. Labourer) with wife Ann (35) and children Harriet (7), Sarah (4), Richard (1) and niece Emma Woolley (12).[Class: HO107; Civil Parish: Stone; County: Staffordshire; Enumeration District: 4A; Page: 2; Line: 14; GSU roll: 474623/A33]

1851 Census for Tittensor - Living at No4 Tittensor, Stone (50, Park Labourer, b. Gnosall Nr Stafford) with wife Ann (46, b Trentham) and children , Sarah (14, b. Stone), Richard (11, scholar, b. Stone), Mary Ann (8, scholar, b.Stone), Caroline (5, scholar b. Stone) and John (2, b. Stone). [LDS Reel No. 0087402/B61 - pg4,sc3]

1861 Census for Tittensor - Living at Tittensor, Stone (72 (62?), Agriculteral Labourer, b.Gnosall Nr Stafford) with wife Ann (57, b Swynerton) and children Harriet (27, b. Tittensor), Richard (21, Agriculteral Labourer, b.Stone), Caroline (15, scholar b. Stone) and John (12, scholar, b.Stone). [LDS Reel No. 0542886/C10 - pg9,sc47]

Noted events in his life were:

Occupation: Park/Agricult. Labourer.

George married Ann Woolley. Ann was born in 1804 in Swynerton, Nr Trentham, Staffs67 and died after 1871.68

Children from this marriage were:

17        i.  Caroline Frost (born on 22 May 1845 in Tittensor, Staffs - died on 9 Mar 1888 in Parkfields, Barlaston)

         ii.  Sarah Frost (born in 1837 in Stone, Staffs)

        iii.  Harriet Frost (born in 1834 in Tittensor, Staffs)

         iv.  Richard W Frost (born about 1840 in Tittensor, Staffs)

          v.  Mary Ann Frost (born about 1843 in Tittensor, Staffs)

         vi.  John Frost (born in 1849 in Tittensor, Staffs)


35. Ann Woolley was born in 1804 in Swynerton, Nr Trentham, Staffs67 and died after 1871.68

General Notes: 1841,1851 and 1861 Census - see text for Husband George.

1871 Living at Tittensor, Stone (69, widow, b Staffs) with children, Harriet (28 (38?), b. Tittensor), Mary Ann (29, b. Tittensor), Richard (31, Engine Stoker, b. Tittensor), and John (23, b. Tittensor). [1871 Census : LDS Reel No. 0836370/D5 - RG10/2823/pg9/sc43]

Ann married George Frost. George was born in 1800 in Gnosall, Nr Stafford Staffs65 and died in 187066 aged 70.

36. John France, son of Samuel France and Mary, was born about 1834 in Prees, Shropshire69 and died in 1912 aged about 78.

General Notes: 1841 Census for Prees, Shropshire - living on Prees Heath (6,b. Shropshire) with parents Samuel (40,Ad. Lab,b.Shropshire) and Mary (40,b.Shropshire) and sister Emma (9,b.Shropshire). [Class: HO107; Civil Parish: Prees; County: Shropshire; Enumeration District: 4; Page: 3; Line: 25; GSU roll: 474579]

1861 Census for High Hatton, Shropshire - living (27,Wagoner,b. Prees, Shropshire) with wife Hannah (28,b.Hinstock), children Elizabeth (9,scholar,b. Bolas), Mary (3,scholar,b. Hodnet), Samuel (6,scholar,b.Hinstock) , Sarah (1,b.Hodnet) and Brother-in-Law John Harper (21?,Sailor,b. Hinstock). [rg9_pc1887_fo111_pg8]

1871 Census for High Hatton, Shropshire - living in Wood Mill (38, FarmLabourer, b.Tilstock,Shropshire) with wife Hannah (38,b.Hinstock) and children Ann (7), Emily (8), John (4,b.Stanton), Joseph (9,scholar,b.Stanton), Kitty (2,b.Stanton), Sarah (11,scholar,b.Hodnet) and Thomas (11 mths,b.Stanton) [rg10_pc2794_fo76_pg7]

1881 Census for Prees, Shropshire - living at Ashford Grange(?) (46,Ag.Lab,b.Prees,Shropshire) with wife Hannah (46) and children Edith H. (9,scholar,b.Shawbury), John (14,scholar,b.Shawbury), Lucy (2,b.Prees) and Thomas (11,scholar,b.Shawbury) [rg11_pc2669_fo72_pg3]

1891 Census for Prees, Shropshire - living on Higher Heath (57,[Farm] Ag. Lab,b.Higher Heath, Prees) with daughters Ann (27,[Inn] Waitress,b.Higher Heath, Prees) and Lucy (12,scholar,b.Higher Heath, Prees). [rg12_pc2124_fo41_pg4] Note : Also living near by is a Samuel France (47) and his wife Hannah (45) and their children. Also Robert (47) and Margret (40) France and their children - related...brothers maybe?

1901 Census for Prees, Shrophire - living (65,Labourer,b.Salop) with wife Hannah (65,b.Salop), daugher Edith (28,b.Salop) and grand daughter Edith Kelly (9,b.Salop). [rg13_pc2554_fo40_pg1] Note : Also living near by is a Samuel (58) and Hannah (56) France and their children. Also Robert (56) and Margret (50) France and their children - related...brothers maybe?

John France, aged about 20, married Hannah Harper, aged about 22, in 1855. Marriage takes place after birth of daughter Elizabeth France (1852) but before the birth of Samuel. John was 17 and Hannah 19 when Elizabeth was born. Register: M Drayton 6a 1133 Sep 1855 (Marriage). John died in 1912, aged about 77. Register: Wem 6a 811 Jun 1912 (Death).[info Pete Brindle via GenesReunited]

1861,1871,1881,1891,1901 Census held.

Noted events in his life were:

Occupation: Ag. Labourer, 1881.70

Occupation: Waggoner, 1861.69

John married Hannah Harper in 1855. Hannah was born about 1833 in Hinstock, Shropshire69 and died in 1921 aged about 88.

Children from this marriage were:

18        i.  Samuel France (born about 1856 in Hinstock, Shropshire - died after 1905, buried in Penkridge)

         ii.  Elizabeth France (born about 1852 in Bolas, Shropshire)

        iii.  Mary France (born about 1858 in Hodnet, Shropshire)

         iv.  Sarah France (born about 1860 in Hodnet, Shropshire)

          v.  Joseph France (born about 1862 in Stanton, Shropshire)

         vi.  Emily France (born about 1863 in Stanton, Shropshire)

        vii.  Ann France (born about 1864 in Stanton, Shropshire)

       viii.  John France (born about 1867 in Stanton, Shropshire)

         ix.  Kitty France (born about 1869 in Stanton, Shropshire)

          x.  Thomas France (born about 1870 in Stanton, Shropshire)

         xi.  Edith H France (born about 1872 in Shawbury, Shrophire)

        xii.  Lucy France (born about 1879 in Higher Heath, Prees, Shropshire)


37. Hannah Harper, daughter of Harper and Unknown, was born about 1833 in Hinstock, Shropshire69 and died in 1921 aged about 88.

General Notes: 1861 Census for High Hatton, Shropshire - see notes for husband John.
1871 Census for High Hatton, Shropshire - see notes for husband John.
1881 Census for Prees, Shropshire - see notes for husband John.
1901 Census for Prees, Shrophire - see notes for father John.

Where was Hannah in 1891?

Hannah was recorded in the census in 1891, aged about 58 (nurse), in Broughall, Whitchurch, Shropshire. Hannah died in 1921, aged about 88. Register: Mt. Drayton 6a 749 Jun 1921 (Death). [info Pete Brindle via GenesReunited]

Hannah married John France in 1855. John was born about 1834 in Prees, Shropshire69 and died in 1912 aged about 78.

38. Thomas Thornhill was born about 1803 in Wem, Shrophire.71

General Notes: 1861 Census for Horton, Shropshire - living in a Cottage (58,Ag. Lab.,b.Wem) with wife Margaret (39,b.Oswestry) and children Sarah (6,scholar,b.Horton), Mary (3,b.Horton) and Thomas (7mnths,b.Horton). [Class: RG9; Piece: 1886; Folio: 76; Page: 1; GSU roll: 542882]
1871 Census for Horton, Shropshire - living on Ellesmere Road (58,Farm Lab.,b.Aston) with wife Margaret (48,b.Oswestry) and son Thomas (10,b.Horton). Also Edwin Philips (2,Nursery?) [Class: RG10; Piece: 2792; Folio: 75; Page: 4; GSU roll: 838845]

Noted events in his life were:

Occupation: Labourer.

Occupation: Ag. Lab, 1861.71

Thomas married Margaret. Margaret was born about 1822 in Oswestry, Shropshire.71

Children from this marriage were:

19        i.  Sarah Thornhill (born about 1855 in Wem, Shrophire - buried in Madeley)

         ii.  Mary Thornhill (born about 1858 in Horton, Shropshire)

        iii.  Thomas Thornhill (born about 1860 in Horton, Shropshire)


39. Margaret was born about 1822 in Oswestry, Shropshire.71

General Notes: 1861 Census for Horton, Shropshire - living in a Cottage - see notes for husband Thomas.
1871 Census for Horton, Shropshire - living on Ellesmere Road - see notes for husband Thomas.

Margaret married Thomas Thornhill. Thomas was born about 1803 in Wem, Shrophire.71

40. William Fradley, son of John Fradley and Emma, was born about 1832 in S-O-T, Staffs72 and died before 1901.73

General Notes: 1841 Census for Penkhall - living in Oak Hill - see notes for father John

1851 Census for Penkhall - living in Oak Hill (19,Enamel Kilnman,b.Soke) - see notes for father John. [Class: HO107; Piece: 2006; Folio: 260; Page: 55; GSU roll: 87408]

1853 : Lived at Boothen Villa, Stoke, S-O-T (Mar Cert)

1881 Census for Trent Vale, S-O-T - living in Oak Hill (49,Kiln Fireman,b.Stoke) with wife Jane (48,b.Stoke) and children James (20, [Potter] Kiln Labourer,b. Worcester), Henry (18,[Potter] Kiln Labourer,b.Stoke), Herbert (16,b.Stoke), Thomas (14,b.Stoke), Mary J (9,scholar,b.Hanley) and John (5,b.Stoke). [Class: RG11; Piece: 2728; Folio: 59; Page: 5; Line: ; GSU roll: 1341654]

1891 Census for Penkull - living in 4 Oakhill (59,Potters Fireman,b.Stoke) with wife Jane (59,b.Stoke) and children Mary J (19,???,b.Hanley) and John (15,[School] Pupil Teacher,b.Stoke). [Class: RG12; Piece: 2176; Folio 27; Page 7; GSU roll: 6097286]

Copy of Marrige Cert. held (Henry Cartlidge and Martha Turner were witnesses)
1841,51,81,91 Census Held.

Noted events in his life were:

Occupation: Enamel Kiln / Fireman.

William married Jane Berrisford on 10 Oct 1853 in Parish Church, Shelton, S-O-T, Staffs.74 Jane was born in 1833 in Honeywall, Stoke-on-Trent75 and died after 9 Jul 1862.76

Marriage Notes: Surety:0

Children from this marriage were:

          i.  James Fradley (born about 1861 in Worcester)

20       ii.  Henry John Fradley (born on 9 Jul 1862 in Boothen Street, Stoke-On-Trent, Staffs - died about 1911)

        iii.  Herbert Fradley (born about 1865 in Boothen Street, Stoke-On-Trent, Staffs)

         iv.  Thomas Fradley (born about 1867 in Boothen Street, Stoke-On-Trent, Staffs)

          v.  Mary Jane Fradley (born about 1872 in Hanley, S-O-T, Staffs)

         vi.  John Fradley (born about 1876 in (?) Boothen Street, S-o-t, Staffs)


41. Jane Berrisford, daughter of James Berrisford and Esther, was born in 1833 in Honeywall, Stoke-on-Trent75 and died after 9 Jul 1862.76

General Notes: 1841 Census for Penkhall - living on Honeywall - see notes for father James.
1851 Census for Penkhall - living on Honeywall (19,Manageress? [Potter],b. Honeywell) - see notes for mother Esther. [Source Citation: Class: HO107; Piece: 2006; Folio: 156; Page: 16; GSU roll: 87408]
1853 - Lived at St Marks Street, Shelton, Stoke, S-O-T [10/OCT/1853 - Mar Cert]
1881 Census for Trent Vale, S-O-T - living in Oak Hill - see notes for husband William.
1891 Census for Penkull - living in 4 Oakhill - see notes for husband William.
1901 Census (RG13/2609/75/pg38/218) : Living at 2, Boothen, S-O-T (in her daughter's pub I think!! - aged 69, widower), with daughter Mary Jane Smith (29) and grand daughter Ada Smith (1)

Jane married William Fradley on 10 Oct 1853 in Parish Church, Shelton, S-O-T, Staffs.74 William was born about 1832 in S-O-T, Staffs72 and died before 1901.73

42. John Fox Chadwick, son of Peter Chadwick and Ellen, was born about 1840 in (?) 169, Wood St, Burslem, S-O-T, Staffs77 and died after 1901.78

General Notes: 1851 Census for Burslem - lived in Regent Street - see notes for father Peter.
1861 Census for Burslem - living at Wood Street, Burslem - see notes for father Peter.
1861 : Lived in 169, Wood Street, Burslem [20/APR/1861 - Mar Cert]
1871 Census for Burslem - living in Wood Street (30,Potter Parisian Figure Maker,b. Burslem) with wife Maria (29,b.Tunstall) and children Lydia (7,scholar,b.Hanley), Mary Jane (5,scholar,b.Hanley), Peter (4,scholar,b.Hanley) and John Edwin (6mths,b.Burslem). Also niece - Emily Shaw (12, scholar, b. Tunstall) and a widowed nurse Margaret Jackson (81,b.Burslem) [Class: RG10; Piece: 2852; Folio: 60; Page: 19; GSU roll: 836380]

1881 Census for Stoke - Lived in James Street (40, widow,[potter]parian figure maker, b. Burslem) with children Lydia (17,house keeper,b.Burslem), Mary (15,Potter's Paintress,b. Hanley), Peter (14,Potter's Mouldmaker,b.Hanley), John E (10,scholar,b. Burslem) and Maria (4,scholar,b.Stoke). [Class: RG11; Piece: 2728; Folio: 46; Page: 26; Line: ; GSU roll: 1341654]

1891 : Lived at 99, Wellington Rd, Penkhall (50, artist in clay,b. Burslem) with 2nd wife Elizabeth (51, haberdasher, b. Burslem), son Peter (24, potter's mould maker, b. Hanley), step daughter Elizabeth A Wheat (23, haberdasher's assistant, b. S-O-T), son John E (26, potter's gilder, b. Burslem) and daughter Maria (14, b. S-O-T) [1891 Census rg12,pc2176,pg15/16,entry94]

1901 : Living at 15, James St. Stoke-on-Trent with son Peter (34, Earthenware Manager), Peter's wife Elizabeth (33) and grandson Peter (2). [1901 Census - RG13/2608/154/pg38/251]

Witnesses at Wedding - Joseph Shaw and Lydia Chadwick

Marriage Cert., 1891,1901 Census held.

Noted events in his life were:

Occupation: Potter's Figure Maker.

Occupation: Artist in Clay, 1891.79

John married Maria Shaw on 20 Apr 1861 in Boothen Chapel, Burslem, S-O-T, Staffs.80 Maria was born about 1842 in Tunstall, Stoke-on-Trent, Staffs81 and died about 187782 aged about 35.

Marriage Notes: Surety:0

Children from this marriage were:

21        i.  Lydia Chadwick (born in 1863 in (?) 97, Wood St, Burslem, S-o-t, Staffs - died in 1901)

         ii.  Mary Jane Chadwick (born about 1866 in Hanley, S-O-T, Staffs)

        iii.  Peter Chadwick (born in 1867 in Hanley, S-O-T, Staffs)

         iv.  John Edwin Chadwick (born about 1871 in ?Wood St, Burslem, S-O-T, Staffs)

          v.  Maria Chadwick (born about 1877 in James St, Stoke, S-o-t, Staffs)

John next married Elizabeth. Elizabeth was born about 1840 in Burslem, Stoke-on-Trent, Staffs.28


43. Maria Shaw, daughter of Enoch Shaw and Ann, was born about 1842 in Tunstall, Stoke-on-Trent, Staffs81 and died about 187782 aged about 35.

General Notes: 1851 Census for Wolstanton - living on Rathbone? Street - see notes for father Enoch.
1861 - Lived in Longport, S-O-T. [Apr 1861 - Mar Cert]
1871 Census for Burslem - living in Wood Street - see notes for husband John Fox.

Cousin Valerie thinks she may have died in childbirth.

Noted events in her life were:

Occupation: Paintress?, 1851.

Maria married John Fox Chadwick on 20 Apr 1861 in Boothen Chapel, Burslem, S-O-T, Staffs.80 John was born about 1840 in (?) 169, Wood St, Burslem, S-O-T, Staffs77 and died after 1901.78

45. Eleanor was born about 1821 in Durham, Sunderland.41

General Notes: 1871 Census for Stoke - living at 6 Thomas Street, Stoke (50,Widow,b.Durham,Sunderland) with children Charles (22,Potter's Labourer,b. Durham), John (14,Wood Turner,b.Durham), Mary (11,scholar,b.Durham), Jane A Swiney (13,b.Durham) and two lodgers Mary and William Dawson. [rg10_pc2869_fo68_pg30] - Why does Jane A Swiney have a different surname. Was Eleanor married before?
1891 Census for Stoke - living at 4 William Street (71,Widow,b. Sunderland) with daughter Jane A Rowntree (33,Potter's Dipper [Earth],b.Durham,Sunderland) and her husband Samual Rowntree (30,Gen Lab.,b Aston-under-Lyme,Lancs.) and their children Mary A (4,b.S-O-T) and William (12,scholar,b.S-O-T) [rg12_pc2175_fo69_pg18_no101]

Eleanor married someone

Her children were:

          i.  Charles Ashworth (born about 1849 in Durham, Sunderland)

22       ii.  John Ashworth (born in 1856 in Durham, Sunderlandsh - died after 24 May 1904)

        iii.  Mary Ashworth (born about 1860 in Durham, Sunderland)

         iv.  Jane A Swiney (born about 1858 in Durham, Sunderland)


46. James Shaw was born about 1820 in Hanley, S-O-T, Staffs.83

General Notes: 1861 Census for Hanley - living at 73 Eturia Road (41,Brick Maker,b.Hanley,Staffs) with wife Jemima (38,b.Nelson?,Kent) and daughters Ann (12,b.Hanley), Eliza (8,b.Hanley) and Metilda (3,b.Hanley) [rg9_pc1937_fo26_pg1]

James married Jemima. Jemima was born about 1823 in Nelson?, Kent.83

Children from this marriage were:

          i.  Ann Shaw (born about 1849 in Hanley, S-O-T, Staffs)

23       ii.  Eliza Shaw (born in 1855 in Hanley, S-O-T, Staffs - died after 5 Feb 1884)

        iii.  Metilda Shaw (born about 1858 in Hanley, S-O-T, Staffs)


47. Jemima was born about 1823 in Nelson?, Kent.83

General Notes: 1861 Census for Hanley see notes for husband James.

Jemima married James Shaw. James was born about 1820 in Hanley, S-O-T, Staffs.83

48. Robert Charlesworth, son of Unknown and Jane, was born about 1804 in Minshull Vernon, Cheshire.

General Notes: 1841 Census for Leighton,Cheshire - living (35, Ag. lab.,b.Cheshire) with mother Jane (60,Farmer,b.Cheshire) and brothers Thomas (25,Ag. lab.,b.Cheshire), Peter (20, Ag. lab.,b.Cheshire) and Joseph (15, Ag. lab.,b.Cheshire). Also living in same household is another brother James (35, Ag. lab.,b.Cheshire) with his wife Mary (25,b.Cheshire) and their children James (5,b.Cheshire) and John (4mnths,b.Cheshire). [Class: HO107; Civil Parish: Leighton; County: Cheshire; Enumeration District: 13; Page: 6; Line: 8; GSU roll: 241248]

1851 Census for Leighton,Cheshire - living in MofsSide? (47,widower,Railway Labourer,b. Minshull Vernon,Cheshire) and mother Jane (72,widow, Ag. Lab.,b.Leighton). Jane is the head of the houshold and there is her daughter-in-law Mary Charlesworth(39,widow,pauper-railway lab. widow,b.Leighton) - It's a good guess that she is Jane's other son, Jame's wife. Also some grand kids Jane (6,scholar,b.Leighton), Martha (5,b.Leighton) and Peter (8,scholar,b.Leighton) - so I'm not sure if they are Roberts children or Mary's. I guess they're not Robert's because of clues on a later census. Also living nearby is another Charlesworth family; Joseph (28) and Elizabeth (25) and son James (1) [Class: HO107; Piece: 2169; Folio: 738; Page: 8; GSU roll: 87155-87156]

1861 Census for Calvery, Cheshire - living in Law Side? (57,Railway Lab.,b.Minshull) with 2nd wife? Sarah (32,b.Birkenhead) and children James (9,scholar,b.Poole,Cheshire), Charlotte (7,scholar,b.Calverley), Charles (5,scholar,b.Calverley), Martha (2,scholar,b.Calverley) and George (5mths,b.Calverley). Also living with them are Joseph Woodham and family (relations) and a boarder Robt Perce?. [Class: RG9; Piece: 2620; Folio: 76; Page: 17; GSU roll: 543000]

1871 Census for Calverley, Cheshire - living (67,Railway Lab.,b.Minshull Vernon) with wife Sarah (40,b. Birkenhead) and children Mary (9,scholar,b.Calverley), Anne (6,,scholar,b.Calverley) and Edith (1,b.Calverley). [Class: RG10; Piece: 3714; Folio: 79; Page: 17; GSU roll: 842124]


Noted events in his life were:

Occupation: Plate Layer.

Occupation: Railway Labourer, 1851.

Robert married someone

His children were:

24        i.  James Charlesworth (born about 1851 in Acton, Cheshire)

         ii.  Charles Charlesworth (born about 1856 in Calverley, Cheshire)

        iii.  Martha Charlesworth (born about 1859 in Calverley, Cheshire)

         iv.  George Charlesworth (born about 1861 in Calverley, Cheshire)

          v.  Mary Charlesworth (born about 1862 in Calverley, Cheshire)

         vi.  Ann Charlesworth (born about 1865 in Calverley, Cheshire)

        vii.  Edith Charlesworth (born about 1870 in Calverley, Cheshire)


50. John Wright was born about 1828 in Gloucester.84

General Notes: 1851 Census for Newcastle-under-Lyme - living at 4 Hubbs? Gate (24, shoemaker, b.Brimpton? Cottrill, Gloucestershire) with brother-in-law George Hawd? (33, chairmaker,b. Newcastle) and George's family; wife Ann (31,b.Scotland) and children Alfred (7,scholar,b.Newcastle) and Emma (6mths,b.Newcastle). [Class: HO107; Piece: 2001; Folio: 195; Page: 17; GSU roll: 87403] NB. What makes John a brother-in-law? I'm guessing that he's Ann Hawd's brother since his condition is unmarried.

1861 Census for Newcastle-under-Lyme - living in Fletcher St (35,lodger,unmarr,?wainer, b.Gloustershire) - he's living with Jane Burks? (35,Marr?,b.Cannock) with children Frederick (17,Gen. Labourer,b.Sandbach), Erline? (16,b.Sandbach), Emmilea (15,b. Sandbach), Elizabeth (7,Newcastle), Ann Jane (4,b.Newcastle) and Admary? (1,Newcastle). [Class: RG9; Piece: 1916; Folio: 146; Page: 24; GSU roll: 542887] NB. This looks lile the right family (no pun intended!) as the ages and places match. However if John is just the lodger and Jane has a different surname then maybe she's a widow here and John marrys her later. This would mean that Elizabeth Wright has another biological father.

1871 Census for Monks Coppenhall, Cheshire - Living on Nantwich Road (43, shoemaker, b. Hanpston Cottock?,Gloucester) and wife Jane (42,b.Wolverhampton) and children Ann Jane (13, b. Newcastle-under-Lyme, Staffs), Agnes Mary (11,b. Newcastle-under-Lyme, Staffs) and Lodger William Rathbone (19,b.Preston,Lancs.). [Class: RG10; Piece: 3710; Folio: 106; Page: 13; GSU roll: 842121]

1881 Census for Monks Coppenhall, Cheshire - Living at 116 Mill Street (53, widow, shoemaker, b. Gloucester) and children Elizabeth Charlesworth (27,married,b. Newcastle, Staffs) with husband James Charlesworth (29, Pedlar, b. Acton, Cheshire), Ann J. (24, unmarried, vocal professional [musician], b. Newcastle, Staffs), Agnes (20, unmarried, greengrocer, b. Newcastle, Staffs) and grand children, James Charlesworth (7, b. Manchester), Elizabeth Charlesworth (5, b.Acton), William Charlesworth (3, b. Stockport) and Albert W. Wright (1, b. Crewe). [FHS Film No. 1341848, RG11/pc3542/fo125/pg23]

Noted events in his life were:

Occupation: Shoemaker, 1881.

John married Jane. Jane was born about 1829 in Wolverhampton and died before 1881.

Children from this marriage were:

25        i.  Elizabeth Wright (born about 1852 in Newcastle, Stafford, England)

         ii.  Ann Jane Wright (born about 1857 in Newcastle, Staffs.)

        iii.  Agnes Mary Wright (born about 1861 in Newcastle, Stafford, England)


51. Jane was born about 1829 in Wolverhampton and died before 1881.

General Notes: 1861 Census for Newcastle-under-Lyme - living in Fletcher St (35,Marr?,b.Cannock). Her surname is Burks? though and husband John is the lodger! Her children are listed as Frederick (17,Gen. Labourer,b.Sandbach), Erline? (16,b.Sandbach), Emmilea (15,b. Sandbach), Elizabeth (7,Newcastle), Ann Jane (4,b.Newcastle) and Admary? (1,Newcastle). [Class: RG9; Piece: 1916; Folio: 146; Page: 24; GSU roll: 542887]

1871 Census for Monks Coppenhall, Cheshire - Living on Nantwich Road (42, b.Wolverhampton) - see notes for husband John.

Died before 1881 [1881 Census - husband John is marked as a widower]

Jane married John Wright. John was born about 1828 in Gloucester.84

52. Thomas Foster

Thomas married someone.

His child was:

26        i.  John Foster (born about 1863 in Audlem, Staffs - died on 9 Mar 1950, buried in St. Mary's Church, Wistaton, Cheshire)


54. James Woolrich

James married someone.

His child was:

27        i.  Sarah Woolrich (born about 1862 in Audlem, Staffs - died on 9 Aug 1923, buried in St. Mary's Church, Wistaton, Cheshire)


56. John Pepper, son of William Pepper and Unknown, was born about 1833 in Knutton, Staffs85 and died before 14 Apr 1903.86

General Notes: 1851 Census for Knutton, Staffs - living (16,miner,b.Keele) - see notes for father William.

1853 : Living in Hanford. Occupation Labourer [Marriage cert to 1st wife Barbara, occupation Servant]

1861 Census for Penkhull, S-O-T - living at 10 Potts? Ground (27,Carter,b.Knutton Heath) with first wife Barbara (31,b.Wellington,Salop) and children Ann (4,b.Hanford), John (2,b.Hanford) and Mary (7mths,b.S-O-T). [rg9,pc1938,fo105,pg18,gsu roll 542890]

1862 : Living in New Inn Lane, Hanford. Occupation Waggoner. [first wife Barbara's Death Cert]

1863 : Living in Stoke, occupation Labourer [ Marriage Cert to 2nd wife Ann Ray (nee Naylor)]

1863 : living in Eldon St. S-O-T. Occupation Stoker at Gas Works [source : R Gaunt, son William's Birth Cert?]

1865 : living in Tinkers Clough, Shelton [source : R Gaunt, wife Ann's Death Cert]

1868 : Lived at Sun Street before marriage to Mary. [Marriage Cert to 3rd wife Mary]

1871 Census for Shelton - living at 87 Etruria Vale (38,Waggoner,b.Knutton) with 3rd wife Mary (29,b.Scotland) and children Ann (14,Potter,b.Hanford), John (12, ?worker,b.Hanford), Mary (10,scholar,b.S-O-T), William (7,scholar,b. S-O-T) and step son (although described as son-in-law) Henry (7,scholar,b.S-O-T). [rg10,pc2864,fo65,pg61,gsu roll 836391]

1881 Census for Shelton - living at 87 Bridge Street, Hanley (48, wagoner [carter], b. Keele) with wife Mary (37, b.Scotland), children Harry (18, labourer, b. Stoke), William (17,wagoner [carter], b. Stoke), Sarah (9, scholar, b. Hanley), Charles (7, scholar, b. Hanley), Rose (5, scholar, b. Hanley), Frederick (3,b. Hanley), Lucy (1, b. Hanley) and sister-in-law Lucy Harper (21,unmarr,warehouse woman, b. Measbro', Yorkshire) . [(RG11,pc2724,fo120,pg18,gsu roll 1341653]

1891 Census for S-O-T - living at 95, Etruria Vale (55,marr, Land Waggoner,b.Keele) with children Charles (17,Land Waggoner,b.S-O-T), Frederick (13,Potter's Placer,b. S-O-T) and Lucy (11,?Transferer?,b. S-O-T) [rg12,pc2172,fo29,pg10,gsu roll 6097282]

Marriage date of 1st wife Barbara. [source : Richard.Gaunt@dsl.pipex.com via ancestry.com]

John had married a 2nd wife between Barbara and Mary; Ann Ray (nee Naylor) in 1863. She died shortly after giving birth to their son William. [details source : Richard.Gaunt@dsl.pipex.com via ancestry.com]

The 1868 marriage certificate of John and Mary shows that John was a widower and Mary was spinster (but she had a son, Henry, b.1863?). John signed the certificate but Mary put her mark. Winesses were Joseph and Maria Pepper.

All 3 Marriage Certs held.

Noted events in his life were:

Occupation: Miner, 1851.

Occupation: Carter, 1861.

Occupation: Wagoner.

John married Barbara Wilkinson Priestwood on 29 Oct 1853 in Trentham, Staffordshire, daughter of Unknown and Ann Priestwood. Barbara was born about 1830 in Wellington, Salop and died on 13 May 1862 aged about 32.

Children from this marriage were:

          i.  Ann Pepper (born about 1857 in Hanford, Staffordshire)

         ii.  John Pepper (born about 1859 in Hanford, Staffordshire)

        iii.  Mary Pepper (born about 1860 in Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire)

         iv.  Joseph Pepper (born on 29 Mar 1862)

John next married Ann Naylor on 22 Mar 1863 in St Peter's, Stoke, daughter of John Naylor and Unknown. Ann died on 4 Nov 1865 in North Staffordshire Infirmary.

The child from this marriage was:

          i.  William Pepper (born on 26 Dec 1863 in Hanley, S-O-T, Staffs - died in 1940)

John next married Mary Harper on 31 May 1868 in Parish Church, Shelton, S-O-T, Staffs.87 Mary was born about 1844 in Scotland.88

Marriage Notes: Surety:0

Children from this marriage were:

          i.  Sarah Pepper (born about 1872 in Hanley, S-O-T, Staffs)

         ii.  Charles Pepper (born about 1874 in Hanley, S-O-T, Staffs)

        iii.  Rose Pepper (born about 1876 in Hanley, S-O-T, Staffs)

28       iv.  Frederick Pepper (born about 1878 in Hanley, S-O-T, Staffs - died on 10 Sep 1958 in North Staffordshire Royal Inf., Hartshill, S-O-T)

          v.  Lucy Pepper (born about 1880 in Hanley, S-O-T, Staffs)


57. Mary Harper, daughter of Henry Harper and Unknown, was born about 1844 in Scotland.88

General Notes: 1868 : Lived at Thomas Street before marriage to John. [Marriage Cert.]

1871 Census for Shelton - living at 87 Etruria Vale (29,b.Scotland) - see notes for husband John.

1881 Census for Shelton - living at 87 Bridge Street, Hanley (37, b.Scotland) - see notes for husband John.

Mary married John Pepper on 31 May 1868 in Parish Church, Shelton, S-O-T, Staffs.87 John was born about 1833 in Knutton, Staffs85 and died before 14 Apr 1903.86

Mary next married someone

Her child was:

          i.  Henry Harper (born about 1863 in Stoke, S-O-T, Staffs)


58. Robert Durno, son of William Durno and Unknown, was born in 1833 in Hanley, S-O-T, Staffs89 and died before 1892.90

General Notes: 1854 - living in Knutton Heath, Engineman [marriage certificate]

1861 Census for Hanley - living at 136 Hope Street (28, Potter Slip Maker, B. Hanley) with wife Lucy (27, Hanley) and children William (5,scholar,b.Hanley) Edna (3,b.Hanley) and Samuel (10mnths,b.Hanley). Also lodgers Samuel Shenton (28,Miller,b.Wetley Rocks) and wife Harriet (26,b.Hanley). [rg9,pc1936,fo46,pg43,gsu roll 542890]

1881 Census for Hanley - living at Botteslow Mill (48,General Labourer,b.Hanley) with wife Lucy (47,b.Hanley) and children Samuel (20,Potter, b.Hanley), William R (17, Potter, b.Hanley), Harriet (12, Scholar, b.Hanley) and Lucy (4,b.Hanley). [rg11,pc2718,fo42,pg18,gsu roll 1341651]

See info on Botteslowmill and a map;
http://www.thepotteries.org/streets/hanley/trentmill_rd/index.htm
Today "Trentmill Road derives its name from the Upper Botteslow Mill, on the Trent, between at least 1759 and 1912, part of which (in 1960) was still standing at the end of Trentmill Road. Lower Botteslow Mill, a little way downstream was in use by 1792 and still in use in the early 1920's.
The trade directories often did not distinguish between the two Botteslow mills, one of which was a bone mill in 1834, but both were again flint mills by the 1860's "

Marriage Cert held [ courtesy Jean Jones : pjeanj@btinternet.com] - shows the signature of Robert and the mark of Lucy. Witnesses were Samuel Shenton (signed) and Edna Durno (marked)

Noted events in his life were:

Occupation: Flint miller/ Gen. Lab.

Occupation: Potter Slip Maker, 1861.

Robert married Lucy Shenton August 20th 1854 in Parish Church, Wolstanton, Staffordshire.91 Lucy was born about 1834 in Hanley, S-O-T, Staffs89 and died after 1891.92

Children from this marriage were:

          i.  Edna Durno (born about 1858 in Hanley, S-O-T, Staffs)

         ii.  Samuel Durno (born about 1861 in Hanley, S-O-T, Staffs)

        iii.  William R. Durno (born about 1864 in Hanley, S-O-T, Staffs)

         iv.  Harriet Durno (born in 1869 in Hanley, S-O-T, Staffs)

29        v.  Lucy Durno (born on 24 Sep 1876 in Botteslow Mill, Hanley, S-o-t - died on 10 Feb 1953 in North Staffordshire Royal Inf., Hartshill, S-O-T)


59. Lucy Shenton, daughter of Unknown and Elizabeth Shenton, was born about 1834 in Hanley, S-O-T, Staffs89 and died after 1891.92

General Notes: 1841 Census for Chedleton, Staffs - living in Wetley Rocks (7,b.Staffs) - see notes for grandfather Stephen. It was a guess that her mother was Elizabeth on the same Census - confirmed connection to mum, Elizabeth Shenton with Jean Jones [pjeanj@btinternet.com] and Pat Sheldon [sheldon6154@googlemail.com]



1854 - living in Knutton Heath [marriage certificate]

1861 Census for Hanley - living at 136 Hope Street (27, Hanley) - see notes for husband Robert.

1881 Census for Hanley - living at Botteslow Mill (47,b.Hanley) - see notes for husband Robert.

1891 Census for Hanley - Living at 19, Pelham St (64, living on own means, b. Wetley Rocks) with daughters Harriet (22,Pottery Factory Girl Earth,b.Hanley) and Lucy (14, General Servant,b. Hanley) and niece Harriet Durno (20,Pottery Factory Girl Earth,b.Burslem). Also two lodgers Peter and wfie Rebecca Cutchlow). [rg12,pc2167,fo7,pg8,gsu roll 6097277]


Marriage Cert held [ courtesy Jean Jones : pjeanj@btinternet.com]


Lucy married Robert Durno August 20th 1854 in Parish Church, Wolstanton, Staffordshire.91 Robert was born in 1833 in Hanley, S-O-T, Staffs89 and died before 1892.90

60. Frederick Duncalf, son of James Duncalf and Ann Seaburn, was born in 1854 in Hanley, S-O-T, Staffs93 and died before 7 Mar 1916.94

General Notes: 1861 Census for Hanley - living at Birch Street, Northwood - see notes for father James.

1871 Census: Living at 19 Birch Street, Northwood, Hanley (18,Potter's Presser,b.Hanley) - see notes for mother Ann.

1871 Census: Lived at Birch Street, Hanley with mother, aged 18, potter's presser, born hanley (RG10/2859/?)

1875 - Lived at 10 Elizabeth Street, Hanley, S-O-T [Son Francis' Birth cert: 8/Mar/1875]

1891 Census for Hanley. Living at 10 Back West St (41,Coalminer,b. Hanley) with wife Eliza (41,b.Shrewsbury) and children William (17, Coal Miner's assistant,b.Hanley), Samuel (13,scholar,b.Hanley), Annie (8,scholar,b.Hanley), John (14, [Earth] Potter's Mould Runner, b.Hanley), Robert (1,b.Hanley). [rg12/pc2167/fo126/pg35,gsu roll6097277] NB. Back West St was renamed to Ashmore Street Back in the early 1950's.

1901 Census for Hanley - Living at 48 West Street (54,Colliery Waggon Loader,b. Hanley) with wife Eliza (54,b. Hanley) and children John (24, Potter's Presser [Earth],b. Hanley), Samuel (19, Potter's Presser [Earth],b. Hanley), Ann (17, Dipping House Woman,b. Hanley) and Robert (9,scholar,b. Hanley) [rg13,pc2600,fo101,pg16]

Witness's at his Wedding - Edward John Lawton and Elizabeth Clarkson

Noted events in his life were:

Occupation: Coal Miner, 1891.

Frederick married Elizabeth Jones on 9 Feb 1874 in Trinity Church, Northwood, S-O-T.95 Elizabeth was born about 1853 in Shrewsbury, Shropshire,96 died on 23 Mar 1930 in S-O-T, Staffs97 aged about 77, and was buried on 27 Mar 1930 in Hanley Cemetery, S-o-t, Staffs.97

Marriage Notes: Surety:0

Children from this marriage were:

30        i.  Francis William Duncalf (born on 13 Feb 1875 in 10 Elizabeth Street, Hanley, S-O-T)

         ii.  John Duncalf (born about 1877 in Hanley, S-O-T, Staffs)

        iii.  Samuel Duncalf (born about 1882 in Hanley, S-O-T, Staffs)

         iv.  Annie Duncalf (born about 1884 in Hanley, S-O-T, Staffs)

          v.  Robert Duncalf


61. Elizabeth Jones, daughter of Samuel Jones and Unknown, was born about 1853 in Shrewsbury, Shropshire,96 died on 23 Mar 1930 in S-O-T, Staffs97 aged about 77, and was buried on 27 Mar 1930 in Hanley Cemetery, S-o-t, Staffs.97

General Notes: 1891 Census for Hanley. Living at - 10 Back West St - see notes for husband Frederick. [rg12/pc2167/fo126/pg35,gsu roll6097277] NB. Back West St was renamed to Ashmore Street Back in the early 1950's.
1901 Census for Hanley - Living at 48 West Street (54,b. Hanley) - see notes for Husband Frederick.

Elizabeth married Frederick Duncalf on 9 Feb 1874 in Trinity Church, Northwood, S-O-T.95 Frederick was born in 1854 in Hanley, S-O-T, Staffs93 and died before 7 Mar 1916.94

62. Richard Ferriday, son of Richard Farraday and Hannah, was born about 1850 in Wolverhampton98 and died before 7 Mar 1916.99

General Notes: 1851 Census for Sedgley - living at Hallgreen, Villiage of Brierly - see notes for father.
1861 Census for Oldbury - living in Park Lane - see notes for father Richard.
1881 Census for Burslem - Living at 10 Greetings St (33,Labourer (forge)[Iron], b.Wolverhampton) with wife Elizabeth (29, b. Burslem), children Sarah A. Wild (why the surname?) (10,scholar, b. Burslem), Ann (8,scholar, b. Burslem), Simeon (4, b. Burslem), Richard (11mths, b. Burslem) and Father (I guess in-law) John Wild (60, retired, b. Burslem). [Class: RG11; Piece: 2715; Folio: 109; Page: 9; Line: ; GSU roll: 1341651]
1891 Census for Hanley - living at 8, Bow Street (38,Iron Worker [Puddler],b.Wolverhampton) with wife Elizabeth (37, b.Burslem) and children; Hannah (18,b.Burslem), Richard (10, scholar, b. Burslem), Mary (7, scholar, b. Burslem), David (6,scholar, b. Burslem), William (4,b.Hanley) and John (2, b. Hanley). [Class: RG12; Piece: 2168; Folio 9; Page 11; GSU roll: 6097278]
1901 Census for Hanley - Living at 18, West Street, Hanley (50, iron worker, b. wolverhampton) with wife Elizabeth (48, b.Burslem) and children; Richard (20, Bricklayer Labourer, b. Burslem), Mary Harriet (18, Pottery Sponger, b. Burslem), David (16, brickyard labourer, b. Burslem) and John (12, scholar, b. Hanley) [Class: RG13; Piece: 2600; Folio: 100; Page: 14]

Name also spelt Farraday, Farrady.
Marriage Cert. held. (shows their marks), 1901 Census

Noted events in his life were:

Occupation: Iron Worker/Labourer (forge), 1881.

Occupation: Iron Worker (Puddler), 1891.

Occupation: Forgeman.

Richard married Elizabeth Wild on 20 May 1872 in Parish Church, Burslem.100 Elizabeth was born about 1852 in Burslem, Stoke-on-Trent, Staffs,101 died on 21 Mar 1914 in S-O-T, Staffs97 aged about 62, and was buried on 25 Mar 1914 in Hanley Cemetery, S-o-t, Staffs.97

Marriage Notes: Surety:0

Children from this marriage were:

          i.  Hannah Ferriday (born about 1873 in Burslem, Staffordshire)

         ii.  Simeon Ferriday (born about 1877 in Burslem, Stoke-on-Trent, Staffs)

        iii.  Richard Ferriday (born about 1881 in Burslem, Staffordshire)

31       iv.  Mary Harriet Ferriday (born on 29 Jun 1882 in 45, High Street, Burslem, Stoke-on-Trent, Staffs - died on 25 Apr 1967 in 183, Newhouse Rd, Bucknall, S-O-T)

          v.  David Ferriday (born about 1885 in Burslem, Staffordshire)

         vi.  William Ferriday (born about 1887 in Hanley, Staffordshire)

        vii.  John Ferriday

       viii.  Sarah A Wild (born about 1871 in Burslem, Staffordshire)




63. Elizabeth Wild, daughter of John Wild and Unknown, was born about 1852 in Burslem, Stoke-on-Trent, Staffs,101 died on 21 Mar 1914 in S-O-T, Staffs97 aged about 62, and was buried on 25 Mar 1914 in Hanley Cemetery, S-o-t, Staffs.97

General Notes: 1881 Census for Burslem - Living at 10 Greetings St - see notes for husband Richard.
1891 Census for Hanley - living at 8, Bow Street - see notes for husband Richard.
1901 Census (RG13/2600/100/pg14/73) : Living at 18, West Street,Hanley (48, b. Burslem) with husband Richard (50, iron worker, b.wolverhampton) and children; Richard (20, Bricklayer Labourer, b.Burslem), Mary Harriet (18, Pottery Sponger, b. Burslem), David (16,brickyard labourer, b. Burslem) and John (12, scholar, b. Hanley)

She lived at 17, Broom Street, Hanley, S-O-T before she died.

Marriage Cert., Photo held.

Noted events in her life were:

Occupation: Labourer's Wife.

Elizabeth married Richard Ferriday on 20 May 1872 in Parish Church, Burslem.100 Richard was born about 1850 in Wolverhampton98 and died before 7 Mar 1916.99
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66. Samuel Simmons, son of Robert Simmons and Mary, was born about 1796 in Cheswardine, Shrophire,102 was christened on 21 Feb 1796 in Cheswardine, Shrophire,103 and died after 1 Apr 1861.

General Notes: 1841 Census for Cheswardine living (45,Ag Lab.,b.Shropshire) at the village of Cheswardine with wife Mary (45) and children Elizabeth (15), Harriet (7), Jane (4) and Mary (10). "Samuel is described as "Senior" and there is another Samuel (aged 25 with wife Sarah and daughter Mary) in the same street [ho107_ed12_fo6_pg5_ln13]
1851 Census for Cheswardine living (56,Ag Lab,b.Cheswardine) with daughter Harriet (15,Lab's Dau) and grandson Henry (2). - where his his wife? [ho107_pc1996_fo353_pg19]
1861 Census for Cheswardine living (72,widower,Labourer,b. Edgmond] with Children Harriett (25,chare woman,b. Cheswardine) and Jane (23,chare woman,b. Cheswardine) [rg9_pc1895_fo127_pg3]

Note :
Charwoman : A woman hired by the day to do odd jobs, usually cleaning, in a house - as still used today and in use as early as 1596. The word "chare" or "char" was used to describe an odd job


IGI states "Samuel Simmonds"

Noted events in his life were:

Occupation: Ag. Labourer.

Occupation: Labourer, 1861.104

Samuel married Mary Smith on 3 Oct 1825 in Edgmond, Shrophire.105 Mary was born about 1796.106

Marriage Notes: Surety:0

Children from this marriage were:

33        i.  Elizabeth Simmons (born in 1826 in Cheswardine, Shrophire)

         ii.  Mary Simmons (born in 1832 in Cheswardine, Shrophire)

        iii.  Samuel Simmons (born about 1834 in Cheswardine, Shrophire)

         iv.  Harriett Simmons (born in 1834 in Cheswardine, Shrophire)

          v.  Jane Simmons (born circa 1837 in Cheswardine, Shrophire)


67. Mary Smith was born about 1796.106

General Notes: 1841 Census for Cheswardine living at 69, the village of Cheswardine - see notes for husband Samuel.

Mary married Samuel Simmons on 3 Oct 1825 in Edgmond, Shrophire.105 Samuel was born about 1796 in Cheswardine, Shrophire,102 was christened on 21 Feb 1796 in Cheswardine, Shrophire,103 and died after 1 Apr 1861.

72. Samuel France was born about 1798 in Cheswardine, Shropshire107,108 and died in 1873 aged about 75.

General Notes: 1841 Census for Prees, Shropshire - living on Prees Heath (40,Ad. Lab,b.Shropshire)
with wife Mary (40,b.Shropshire) and children John (6,b. Shropshire) and Emma (9,b.Shropshire). [Class: HO107; Civil Parish: Prees; County: Shropshire; Enumeration District: 4; Page: 3; Line: 25; GSU roll: 474579]

1851 Census for Prees Heath, Shropshire - aged about 53 [Pete Brindle via GenesReunited]

1861 Census for Prees, Shropshire - living on Press High on Heath (61,Farm Labourer,b. Cheswardine) with wife Mary (61,b. Alkinton, Shropshire) and grandkids John (7,scholar,b.Hodnet) and James (5,scholar,b.Hodnet). [Class: RG9; Piece: 1888; Folio: 49; Page: 4; GSU roll: 542882]

1871 Census for Prees Heath, Shropshire - aged about 73 [Pete Brindle via GenesReunited]

Further info from Pete Brindle via GenesReunited;
Samuel died in 1873, aged about 75, in Shropshire.
Notes:
Agricultural Labourer (Census).
Agricultural Labourer (Census in 1851).
Farm Labourer (Census in 1861).
Labourer (Census in 1871).
Registered under WEM 6a 493 (Death).

Contact from Jane Love via email : Samuel (died 1873) married Mary Wilkinson of Whitchurch. She died in 1872, they are buried in Prees church.




Noted events in his life were:

Occupation: Ag. Lab, 1841.107

Occupation: Farm Labourer, 1861.108

Samuel married Mary. Mary was born about 1801 in Alkinton, Shropshire107,108 and died in 1872 aged about 71.

Children from this marriage were:

36        i.  John France (born about 1834 in Prees, Shropshire - died in 1912)

         ii.  Emma France (born about 1832 in Shropshire)

        iii.  Sarah France (born about 1840)

         iv.  Elizabeth France (born about 1842)

          v.  Samuel France (born about 1844 in Higher Heath, Prees, Shropshire)

         vi.  Robert France (born about 1845)

        vii.  James France (born in 1837)


73. Mary was born about 1801 in Alkinton, Shropshire107,108 and died in 1872 aged about 71.

General Notes: 1841 Census for Prees, Shropshire - living on Prees Heath - see notes for husband Samuel.
1861 Census for Prees, Shrophire - living on Press High on Heath - see notes for husband Samuel

Info from Pete Brindle via GenesReunited;
Mary died in 1872, aged about 71.
Note: Registered under WEM 6a 485 (Death).

Contact from Jane Love via email : Samuel (died 1873) married Mary Wilkinson of Whitchurch. She died in 1872, they are buried in Prees church.

Mary married Samuel France. Samuel was born about 1798 in Cheswardine, Shropshire107,108 and died in 1873 aged about 75.

74. Harper

Harper married someone.

His children were:

37        i.  Hannah Harper (born about 1833 in Hinstock, Shropshire - died in 1921)

         ii.  John Harper (born in 1840 in Hinstock, Shropshire)


80. John Fradley was born about 1807 in Gayton?, S-O-T, Staffs.109

General Notes: 1841 Census for Penkhull - living in Oak Hill (30,Printer?,b.Staffs) with wife Edney? (30,b.Staffs) and children Elizabeth (11, Potter's ??,b.Staffs), William (9,Errand Boy?,b.Staffs), Henry (8,b.Staffs), Eliza (6,b.Staffs), John (4,b.Staffs), Mary (2,b.Staffs). [Class: HO107; Civil Parish: Stoke upon Trent; County: Staffordshire; Enumeration District: 8; Page: 31; Line: 24; GSU roll: 474621]

1851 Census for Penkhull - living in Oak Hill (44,Potter's ??, b.Gayton?,Staffs) with wife Emma (42,b.Hanley) and children William (19,Enamel Kilnman,b.Soke), Henry John (17,Enamel Kilnman,b.Stoke), John (14,???,b.Stoke), Mary Ann (13,???,b.Stoke), Thomas (6,scholar,b.Stoke), Herbert (4,scholar,b.Stoke) and Emma (2mnths,b.Stoke). [Class: HO107; Piece: 2006; Folio: 260; Page: 55; GSU roll: 87408]

1861 Census for Penkull - living at 32 Boothen (54,Potter/China Painter,b.Geaton?,Staffs) with wife Ednay? (52,b.Hanley) and children Charlotte (19, Potter Stilt? Maker,b. Stoke), Thomas (16, Potter Helper?,b. Stoke), Herbert (14,Potter Helper?,b. Stoke) and Emma (10,scholar,b. Stoke). Also lodging on house is son John (24,Potter printer) with his family Elizabeth Keen (20), Joseph Henry (3), Hannah E (1) and Eliza Keen (21,sis-in-law). [Class: RG9; Piece: 1938; Folio: 114; Page: 36; GSU roll: 542890]

1841,51,61 Census held.


Noted events in his life were:

Occupation: Potter & Printer.

John married Emma. Emma was born in 1809 in Hanley, S-O-T, Staffs.110

Children from this marriage were:

          i.  Elizabeth Fradley (born about 1830 in Staffordshire)

40       ii.  William Fradley (born about 1832 in S-O-T, Staffs - died before 1901)

        iii.  Henry John Fradley (born about 1834 in S-O-T, Staffs)

         iv.  Eliza Fradley (born about 1835 in Staffordshire)

          v.  John Fradley (born about 1837 in S-O-T, Staffs)

         vi.  Mary Ann Fradley (born about 1838 in S-O-T, Staffs)

        vii.  Charlotte Fradley (born about 1842 in S-O-T, Staffs)

       viii.  Thomas Fradley (born about 1845 in S-O-T, Staffs)

         ix.  Herbert Fradley (born about 1847 in S-O-T, Staffs)

          x.  Emma Fradley (born about 1849 in S-O-T, Staffs)


81. Emma was born in 1809 in Hanley, S-O-T, Staffs.110

General Notes: 1841 Census for Penkhall - living in Oak Hill - see notes for husband John. Described as Edney though??
1851 Census for Penkhall - living in Oak Hill - see notes for husband John.
1861 Census for Penkull - living at 32 Boothen - see notes for husband John. Described as Edney though??

Emma married John Fradley. John was born about 1807 in Gayton?, S-O-T, Staffs.109

82. James Berrisford was born about 1801 in Staffordshire and died after 10 Oct 1853.111

General Notes: 1841 Census for Penkhall - living on Honeywall (40,Potter,b.Staffs) with wife Esther (35,b.Staffs) and children Ann (20,b.Staffs), Martha (10,b.Staffs), Jane (8,b.Staffs), Rebecca (6,b.Staffs), James (3,b.Staffs) and Mary (2,b.Staffs). [Class: HO107; Civil Parish: Stoke upon Trent; County: Staffordshire; Enumeration District: 6; Page: 14; Line: 11; GSU roll: 474621]

Jane's Marriage Certificate of 1853 indicated that her father was still alive although Esther in 1851 said that she was already widowed.

Noted events in his life were:

Occupation: Potter.

James married Esther. Esther was born about 1806 in Rough Close, Staffordshire.

Children from this marriage were:

          i.  Ann Berrisford (born about 1821 in Staffordshire)

         ii.  Martha Berrisford (born about 1831 in Honeywall, Stoke-on-Trent)

41      iii.  Jane Berrisford (born in 1833 in Honeywall, Stoke-on-Trent - died after 9 Jul 1862)

         iv.  Rebecca Berrisford (born about 1835 in Honeywall, Stoke-on-Trent)

          v.  James Berrisford (born about 1838 in Honeywall, Stoke-on-Trent)

         vi.  Mary Berrisford (born about 1839 in Honeywall, Stoke-on-Trent)

        vii.  Sarah Berrisford (born about 1845 in Honeywall, Stoke-on-Trent)


83. Esther was born about 1806 in Rough Close, Staffordshire.

General Notes: 1841 Census for Penkhall - living on Honeywall - see notes for husband James.
1851 Census for Penkhall - living on Honeywall (48,widow,b.Roughclose] with children Martha (22,Potter's Hold? Maker,b. Honeywell), Jane (19,Manageress? [Potter],b. Honeywell), Rebecca (16,Potter's Spur?Maker,b. Honeywell), James (13,Potter's Boy,b. Honeywell), Mary (10,Scholar,b. Honeywell) and Sarah (6,scholar,b. Honeywell). [Source Citation: Class: HO107; Piece: 2006; Folio: 156; Page: 16; GSU roll: 87408]

Esther married James Berrisford. James was born about 1801 in Staffordshire and died after 10 Oct 1853.111

84. Peter Chadwick, son of Peter Chadwick and Unknown, was born in 1805 in Kidsgrove, Stoke-on-Trent, Staffs112 and died before 1872.113

General Notes: 1851 Census for Burslem - lived in Regent Street (46, Potter's Presser,b. Kidsgrove) with wife Ellen (44,b.Burslem) and children Ellen (14,b.Burslem), John Fox (10,b.Burslem), Lydia (10,scholar,b.Burslem), Peter (16,Potter's Presser,b.Burslem) and Samuel (12,??Make,b.Burslem) [Class: HO107; Piece: 2003; Folio: 459; Page: 50; GSU roll: 87405]

1861 Census for Burslem - living at Wood Street, Burslem (56,Potter,b.Kidsgrove) with wife Ellen (55,b.Burslem) and children John F (20,Potter,b.Burslem), Lydia (18,Potter,b.Burslem), grandson John F. Bagshaw (10,Potter?,b.Newcastle-upon-Tyne) and father Peter (90,widower,formerly miner now infirm). [Class: RG9; Piece: 1929; Folio: 43; Page: 36; GSU roll: 542889]

Noted events in his life were:

Occupation: Potter.

Peter married Ellen. Ellen was born in 1806 in Burslem, Stoke-on-Trent, Staffs.112

Children from this marriage were:

          i.  Emma Chadwick (born about 1832 in Burslem, Staffordshire)

         ii.  Peter Chadwick (born about 1835 in Burslem, Staffordshire)

        iii.  Ellen Chadwick (born about 1837 in Burslem, Staffordshire)

         iv.  Samuel Chadwick (born about 1839 in Burslem, Staffordshire)

42        v.  John Fox Chadwick (born about 1840 in (?) 169, Wood St, Burslem, S-O-T, Staffs - died after 1901)

         vi.  Lydia Chadwick (born in 1843 in (?) 169, Wood St, Burslem, S-O-T, Staffs)


85. Ellen was born in 1806 in Burslem, Stoke-on-Trent, Staffs.112

General Notes: 1851 Census for Burslem - lived in Regent Street - see notes for husband Peter.
1861 Census for Burslem - living at Wood Street, Burslem - see notes for husband Peter.
1871 Census for Ravenscliff,Kidsgrove,S-OT - living on Ravenscliff Road (66,widow,housekeeper,b.Burslem) with grandson John Fox Bagshaw (20,E. Potters Warehouseman,b.Newcastle-upon-Tyne). [Source Citation: Class: RG10; Piece: 2842; Folio: 28; Page: 47; GSU roll: 836377]
1881 Census for Ravenscliff,Kidsgrove,S-OT - living on Ravenscliff Road (75,widow,b.Burslem) with daughter Emma Leadbeater (49,b.Burslem), Emma's son (from a prev. marriage?) Joseph Cotton (16,Butcher,b.Kidsgrove) and husband William Leadbeater (52,Coal Miner,b.Wednesbury). [Class: RG11; Piece: 2707; Folio: 25; Page: 44; Line: ; GSU roll: 1341649]

Was Ellen a Bagshaw?

Ellen married Peter Chadwick. Peter was born in 1805 in Kidsgrove, Stoke-on-Trent, Staffs112 and died before 1872.113

86. Enoch Shaw was born about 1793 in Burslem, Staffordshire and died before 20 Apr 1861.114

General Notes: 1841 Census for Tunstall - living at Piccadilly (45,Painter,b.Staffs) with wife Ann (40,b.Staffs) and children Henry (20,Potter,b.Staffs), Rosanna (16,???,b.Staffs), Elizabeth (15,b.Staffs), Edwin (13,Potter?,b.Staffs), Charles (11,b.Staffs), Samuel (6,b.Staffs) and Joseph (3,b.Staffs). [HO107; Civil Parish: Wolstanton; County: Staffordshire; Enumeration District: 3; Page: 33; Line: 7; GSU roll: 474622]

1851 Census for Wolstanton - living on Rathbone? Street (58,Earthenware Painter,b.Burslem) with wife Ann (54,b.Bingley,Yorkshire?) and children Edwin (21,Potter,b.Tunstall), Charles (19,Potter,b.Tunstall), Samuel (16,Potter,b.Tunstall), Joseph (12,Potter,b.Tunstall) and Maria (9,Paintress?,b.Tunstall). [Class: HO107; Piece: 2002; Folio: 428; Page: 58; GSU roll: 87404]

Noted events in his life were:

Occupation: Earthenware Painter, 1851.

Enoch married Ann. Ann was born about 1797 in Bingley, Yorkshire?.

Children from this marriage were:

          i.  Henry Shaw (born about 1821 in Staffordshire)

         ii.  Rosanna Shaw (born about 1825 in Staffordshire)

        iii.  Elizabeth Shaw (born about 1826 in Staffordshire)

         iv.  Edwin Shaw (born about 1830 in Tunstall, Stoke-on-Trent, Staffs)

          v.  Charles Shaw (born about 1832 in Tunstall, Stoke-on-Trent, Staffs)

         vi.  Samuel Shaw (born about 1835 in Tunstall, Stoke-on-Trent, Staffs)

        vii.  Joseph Shaw (born about 1839 in Tunstall, Stoke-on-Trent, Staffs)

43     viii.  Maria Shaw (born about 1842 in Tunstall, Stoke-on-Trent, Staffs - died about 1877)


87. Ann was born about 1797 in Bingley, Yorkshire?.

General Notes: 1841 Census for Tunstall - living at Piccadilly - see notes for husband Enoch.
1851 Census for Wolstanton - living on Rathbone? Street - see notes for husband Enoch
1861 Census for Buslem - visiting Wharf House (64,widow,b.Burslem) where her son Samuel lived (26,Potter,b.Burslem) with his wife Harriet (22,b.Burslem) and their son Thomas Hoole Shaw (1,b.Burslem). Samuel was living with his father-in-law Thomas Hool (59,widow,Canal Porter) and his son George Hoole (26,Railway Clarke) [Class: RG9; Piece: 1927; Folio: 4; Page: 2; GSU roll: 542888]

Ann married Enoch Shaw. Enoch was born about 1793 in Burslem, Staffordshire and died before 20 Apr 1861.114

97. Jane was born about 1779 in Leighton, Cheshire.

General Notes: 1841 Census for Leighton,Cheshire - see notes for son Robert.
1851 census for Leighton,Cheshire - living in MofsSide? - see notes for son Robert.

Jane married someone

Her children were:

48        i.  Robert Charlesworth (born about 1804 in Minshull Vernon, Cheshire)

         ii.  James Charlesworth (born about 1811 in Cheshire - died before 1851)

        iii.  Thomas Charlesworth (born about 1816 in Cheshire)

         iv.  Peter Charlesworth (born about 1821 in Cheshire)

          v.  Joseph Charlesworth (born about 1826 in Cheshire)


112. William Pepper was born about 1815 in Keele, Staffs.

General Notes: 1851 Census for Knutton, Staffs - living (36,widower,Miner,b.Keele) with children Harriet (23,dressmaker?, b.Stoke,Salop), John (16,miner,b.Keele), Mary (14, House Servant,b. Keele), Abraham (8,scholar,b. Knutton), Hannah (6,scholar,b. Keele) and Ralph (4,scholar,b.Keele). [ho107,pc2002,fo57,pg16,gsu roll 87404]

Noted events in his life were:

Occupation: Labourer.

Occupation: Miner, 1851.

William married someone

His children were:

          i.  Harriet Pepper (born about 1828 in Stoke, Salop)

56       ii.  John Pepper (born about 1833 in Knutton, Staffs - died before 14 Apr 1903)

        iii.  Mary Pepper (born about 1837 in Keele, Staffs)

         iv.  Abraham Pepper (born about 1843 in Knutton, Staffs)

          v.  Hannah Pepper (born about 1845 in Keele, Staffs)

         vi.  Ralph Pepper (born about 1847 in Keele, Staffs)


114. Henry Harper

Henry married someone.

His children were:

57        i.  Mary Harper (born about 1844 in Scotland)

         ii.  Lucy Harper


116. William Durno, son of Unknown and Unknown, died after 1854.91

William married someone

His child was:

58        i.  Robert Durno (born in 1833 in Hanley, S-O-T, Staffs - died before 1892)


119. Elizabeth Shenton, daughter of Stephen Shenton and Mary Lovatt, was born on 4 Aug 1810 in Cheddleton, Staffordshire, was christened on 17 Aug 1810 in Cheddleton, Staffordshire, and died in 1886 aged 76.

General Notes: Source for connection is Jean Jones [pjeanj@btinternet.com] and Pat Sheldon [sheldon6154@googlemail.com]

1841 Census - named as Betty

Children James, Lucy, Samual and Joseph were all born illigitamate but it is likely that Gerart Hogan was the father who lived two cottages away. Elizabeth married him in 1842 when his wife died. The children were brought up by their grandfather, Stephen Shenton. [source: Robert Milner, writer for Wetley Rocks and Cheddleton c/o Jean Jones (pjeanj@btinternet.com)]

Death date c/o Jean Jones [pjeanj@btinternet.com]

Elizabeth married someone

Her children were:

          i.  James Shenton (born about 1831 in Cheddleton, Staffordshire - died in 1915)

59       ii.  Lucy Shenton (born about 1834 in Hanley, S-O-T, Staffs - died after 1891)

        iii.  Samuel Shenton (born about 1836 in Cheddleton, Staffordshire)

         iv.  Joseph Shenton (born about 1839 in Cheddleton, Staffordshire)

Elizabeth married Gerard Hogan on 25 Oct 1841. Gerard was born circa 1801.

Children from this marriage were:

          i.  Elizabeth Hogan (born circa 1843)

         ii.  Mary Hogan (born circa 1845)

        iii.  Eliza Hogan (born circa 1847)

         iv.  Eleanor Hogan (born circa 1849)

          v.  Harriet Hogan (born circa 1850)


120. James Duncalf, son of James Duncalf and Elizabeth Stelfox, was born on 25 Jan 1816 in Preston, Lancashire,115 was christened on 31 Mar 1816 in St. John's, Preston, Lancashire, died after 1874 in Hanley, S-O-T, Staffs,116 and was buried on 18 May 1867 in Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire.

General Notes: 1841 Census: Living at Tinkers Clough, Chelton, Staffs. (25,iron?) with wife and son.
1851 Census: Living at New Street, Hanley (35, boilermaker, b. Hanley) with wife and sons. (HO107/2005/95)
1861 Census: Living at Birch Street, Northwood, Hanley (44, boiler maker, b. Manchester) with wife Ann (43,b. Staffs) and children William (20,Potter,b.Hanley), James (17, Collier, b.Hanley), John (12,Potter,b.Hanley), Frederic (10,Potter,b.Hanley), Alice (5, scholar, b.Hanley) and Herbert (1,b.Hanley). [Class: RG9; Piece: 1933; Folio: 40; Page: 29; GSU roll: 542890.]

Almost certain he is Frederick Duncalf's father (see 1851 Hanley Census - his age fits, place of birth is Hanley and his occupation is Boiler Maker, the same as which is printed on Frederick Duncalf's Marriage certificate. A further check would be to get Frederick Duncalf (b. CIR 1854) birth certificate, to see if his mother's name was Ann. Both Ann and James Duncalf shown together on the 1851 Census.)
By Anne Cole's research he is related !!

Wife Ann is listed as being a Widow on the 1871 Census.

Noted events in his life were:

Occupation: Boiler Maker.

James married Ann Seaburn on 2 Dec 1839 in Bucknall, Staffordshire. Ann was born in 1818 in Shelton, S-O-T, Staffs117 and died on 12 Oct 1898 in Workhouse, Burton?, Staffordshire118 aged 80.

Children from this marriage were:

          i.  William Duncalf (born in 1840 in Shelton, S-O-T, Staffs)

         ii.  John Duncalf (born in 1843 in Tinkers Clough, Shelton, Staffordshire - died in 1843 in Shelton, S-O-T, Staffs)

        iii.  James Benjamin Duncalf (born on 25 Jan 1845 in Tinkers Clough, Shelton, Staffordshire - died on 4 Dec 1876 in Burton on Trent, Staffordshire)

         iv.  John Duncalf (born in 1848 in Hanley, S-O-T, Staffs - died in 1884 in Stoke on Trent RD)

60        v.  Frederick Duncalf (born in 1854 in Hanley, S-O-T, Staffs - died before 7 Mar 1916)

         vi.  Mary Alice Duncalf (born in 1856 in Hanley, S-O-T, Staffs)

        vii.  Herbert Duncalf (born in 1860 in Hanley, S-O-T, Staffs - died in 1905 in Stoke on Trent RD)


121. Ann Seaburn was born in 1818 in Shelton, S-O-T, Staffs117 and died on 12 Oct 1898 in Workhouse, Burton?, Staffordshire118 aged 80.

General Notes: 1841 Census: Living at Tinkers Clough, Chelton, Staffs. with husband and son. Aged 20.
1851 Census: Living at New Street, Hanley with husband and sons. Aged 33, born Shelton. (HO107/2005/95)
1861 Census: Living at Birch Street, Northwood, Hanley - see notes for husband James.
1871 Census: Living at 19 Birch Street, Northwood, Hanley (52,Widow,b.Hanley) with children William (31,Potter's Presser,b.Hanley), John (22, Carter,b.Hanley), Frederick (18,Potter's Presser,b.Hanley), Alice (15,Potter's Paintress,b.Hanley) and Herbert (11,b.Hanley). [Class: RG10; Piece: 2860; Folio: 5; Page: 3; GSU roll: 836383.]
1881 Census: Lived at Cobden Street, Hanley, with children. Aged 65, widow,transferer, born Hanley.(RG11/2721/27).
1891 Census for Hanley - lodging at 28 Trafalgar St. (73,widower,b. Hanley) and son Herbert (32,[Earth] Potter, b.Hanley) with (interestingly Samuel Durno (30,[Earth] Potter,b. Hanley) and wife Elizabeth (31, [Earth] Potter's Assistant, b. Bucknall) and son James (8,scholar,b.Hanley). Also Elizabeth Durno's Mother-in-law Sarah Wood (61,widow,b.Bucknall). [rg12,pc2173,fo61,pg38,gsu roll 6097283]

Died of Senility Dementia aged 80 years.

Ann married James Duncalf on 2 Dec 1839 in Bucknall, Staffordshire. James was born on 25 Jan 1816 in Preston, Lancashire,115 was christened on 31 Mar 1816 in St. John's, Preston, Lancashire, died after 1874 in Hanley, S-O-T, Staffs,116 and was buried on 18 May 1867 in Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire.

122. Samuel Jones was born before 1874.119

Noted events in his life were:

Occupation: Shoemaker(?).

Samuel married someone

His child was:

61        i.  Elizabeth Jones (born about 1853 in Shrewsbury, Shropshire - died on 23 Mar 1930 in S-O-T, Staffs)


124. Richard Farraday

Richard married Hannah. Hannah was born about 1816 in Sedgley, Staffordshire.

Children from this marriage were:

          i.  William Farraday (born about 1837 in Sedgley, Staffordshire)

         ii.  Josiah Farraday (born about 1839 in Sedgley, Staffordshire)

        iii.  Susannah Farraday (born about 1840 in Sedgley, Staffordshire)

         iv.  Simon Farraday (born about 1844 in Sedgley, Staffordshire)

          v.  Sarah Ann Farraday (born about 1846 in Sedgley, Staffordshire)

62       vi.  Richard Ferriday (born about 1850 in Wolverhampton - died before 7 Mar 1916)

        vii.  Martha Farraday (born about 1855 in Sedgley, Staffordshire)

       viii.  David Farraday (born about 1859 in Sedgley, Staffordshire)


125. Hannah was born about 1816 in Sedgley, Staffordshire.

General Notes: 1851 Census for Sedgley - living at Hallgreen, Villiage of Brierly - see notes for husband Richard.
1861 Census for Oldbury - living in Park Lane - see notes for Husband Richard.

Hannah married Richard Farraday.

126. John Wild

John married someone.

His child was:

63        i.  Elizabeth Wild (born about 1852 in Burslem, Stoke-on-Trent, Staffs - died on 21 Mar 1914 in S-O-T, Staffs)


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132. Robert Simmons was born before 1780.120

Robert married Mary. Mary was born before 1780.120

Children from this marriage were:

          i.  Elizabeth Simmons (born in 1780 in Cheswardine, Shrophire)

         ii.  Robert Simmons (born in 1787 in Cheswardine, Shrophire)

66      iii.  Samuel Simmons (born about 1796 in Cheswardine, Shrophire - died after 1 Apr 1861)

         iv.  Mary Simmons (born about 1792 . christened Cheswardine, Shrophire)


133. Mary was born before 1780.120

Mary married Robert Simmons. Robert was born before 1780.120

168. Peter Chadwick was born in 1771 in Kidsgrove, Stoke-on-Trent, Staffs and died after 1861.

General Notes: 1861 Census for Burslem - living at Wood Street, Burslem - see notes for son Peter.

Noted events in his life were:

Occupation: Miner.

Peter married someone

His child was:

84        i.  Peter Chadwick (born in 1805 in Kidsgrove, Stoke-on-Trent, Staffs - died before 1872)


238. Stephen Shenton, son of John Shenton and Susannah, was born about 1779 in Cheddleton, Staffordshire, was christened on 7 Feb 1779 in Cheddleton, Staffordshire,121 died on 7 Dec 1871122 aged about 92, and was buried in St John's Wetley Rocks.123

General Notes: 1841 Census for Chedleton, Staffs - living in Wetley Rocks (60,Ag.Lab,b.Staffs) with wife Mary (60,b.Staffs) and children Elizabeth (30,b.Staffs), Stephen (20,Butcher,b.Staffs), Joseph (15,Ag. Lab.,b.Staffs), James (10,b.Staffs), Lucy (7,b.Staffs), Samuel (5,b.Staffs) and another Joseph (!) (2,b.Staffs). [ho107,enum.dist11,pg13,ln10,gsu roll 474629]
I'm guessing that this family is related. Lucy is the right age and the 1861 census for Lucy and Robert Durno shows a Samuel Shenton (aged 28, Lodger,Miller,b. Wetley Rocks), although Lucy's place of birth is Hanley. However, on the 1871 and 1891 census her place of birth is Wetley Rocks. NB. Next door was another Shenton family - William Shenton (45, Wood Ranger,b.Staffs) and family.
Second thoughts on this 1841 Census entry - I suspect that Stephen and Mary are the grandparents of James, Lucy, Samuel and Joseph (aged 2) and that Stephen (aged 20) is married to Elizabeth, whose children they are. Joseph (aged 15) is the younger Stephen's brother. A search on the IGI shows a Stephen (b. 1816) and Joseph (b.1823) born about the right time with parents of Stephen and Mary. Another IGI birth shows another Lucy born in 1819 to Stephen and Mary.
Third thoughts on this, and makes more sense!! - Elizabeth (aged 30) is the mum to James (10), Lucy (7), Samuel (5) and Joseph (2) - father(s) unknown!! [source Jean Jones (pjeanj@btinternet.com]) and Pat Sheldon (sheldon6154@googlemail.com, via Genes Reconnected).

1851 Census for Cheddelton - living (74,Wisket Maker,b. Chedleton) with wife Mary (72,Wisket Maker's Wife,b. Trentham) and grandson James (20,Farm? Lab.,b. Chedleton). [Class: HO107; Piece: 2009; Folio: 247; Page: 22; GSU roll: 87412]. NB. Near by is another Shenton family - William Shenton (51, Wood Ranger,b.Cheddleton) and family.

1861 Census for Cheddleton - living in Wetley Rocks (82,widower,Wisket Maker,b. Cheddleton). [Class: RG9; Piece: 1951; Folio: 41; Page: 19; GSU roll: 542893] NB. Next door is another Shenton family - William Shenton (61, Wood Cutter, b.Cheddleton) and family.

1871 Census for Cheddleton - living in Wetley Rocks (93,widower,Basket Maker Master,b. Cheddleton). [Class: RG10; Piece: 2887; Folio: 43; Page: 16; GSU roll: 836393.] NB. Next door is another Shenton family - Thomas Shenton (35, Ag. Labourer, b.Cheddleton) and wife Agnes (34,Housewife,b.Leek) - this is probably the son of the William living nearby on earlier census's.

Stephen was sometimes described as a "basket maker" and sometimes as a "crate maker". He lived in a cottage attached to the Plough Inn at Wetley Rocks [source: Robert Milner, writer for Wetley Rocks and Cheddleton c/o Jean Jones (pjeanj@btinternet.com)]

Stephen married Mary Lovatt on 17 Jun 1799 in St Peter's, Stoke-on-Trent, Staffs.121 Mary was born about 1782 in Staffordshire, was christened on 21 Apr 1782 in Trentham, Staffordshire,121 died on 11 Apr 1855 aged about 73, and was buried in St John's Wetley Rocks.123

Children from this marriage were:

          i.  Ann Shenton (born about 1800 . christened St Johns, Longton, Staffordshire)

         ii.  John Shenton (born about 1802 . christened Caverswall, Staffs)

        iii.  James Shenton (born about 1804 . christened Cheddleton, Staffordshire)

         iv.  Mary Shenton (born on 16 Feb 1806 . christened Cheddleton, Staffordshire)

          v.  Harriet Shenton (born on 4 Mar 1807 . christened Cheddleton, Staffordshire)

119      vi.  Elizabeth Shenton (born on 4 Aug 1810 in Cheddleton, Staffordshire - died in 1886)

        vii.  Stephen Shenton (born on 6 Jan 1816 in Cheddleton, Staffordshire)

       viii.  Lucy Shenton (born on 29 Apr 1819 in Cheddleton, Staffordshire)

         ix.  Joseph Shenton (born on 20 Apr 1823 in Cheddleton, Staffordshire - died on 1 Jul 1886, buried in Hanley Cemetery, S-o-t, Staffs)


239. Mary Lovatt, daughter of Joseph Lovatt and Elizabeth, was born about 1782 in Staffordshire, was christened on 21 Apr 1782 in Trentham, Staffordshire,121 died on 11 Apr 1855 aged about 73, and was buried in St John's Wetley Rocks.123

General Notes: 1841 Census for Chedleton, Staffs - living in Wetley Rocks - see notes for husband Stephen.

1851 Census for Cheddelton - living (72,Wisket Maker's Wife,b. Trentham) - see notes for husband Stephen.

[Pat Sheldon (sheldon6154@googlemail.com) had Mary born Cheddleton, bapt.18th Nov 1782, with parents John and Ann Lovatt, however Jean Jones (pjeanj@btinternet.com] had Mary born Trentham, bapt. 21st April 1782 daughter of Joseph Lovatt and Elizabeth. She'd checked Mary's marriage certificate but that only gave Stoke on Trent as place of residence, 1841 census said Staffordshire, but the 1851 census said Trentham as her place of birth. Jean's evidence appears to be the best.]

Mary married Stephen Shenton on 17 Jun 1799 in St Peter's, Stoke-on-Trent, Staffs.121 Stephen was born about 1779 in Cheddleton, Staffordshire, was christened on 7 Feb 1779 in Cheddleton, Staffordshire,121 died on 7 Dec 1871122 aged about 92, and was buried in St John's Wetley Rocks.123

240. James Duncalf, son of John Duncalf and Catherine Broom, was born on 20 Aug 1784 in Witton, Cheshire,124 was christened on 11 Sep 1784 in Witton, Cheshire,116 died on 2 Apr 1855 in Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire116 aged 70, and was buried on 1 May 1855 in Shelton, S-O-T, Staffs.125

General Notes: 1818 Lancashire Directory : entry for Duncuff James, boilermaker, 7 Bowran St., Preston.

1841 Census : Living at Bath Street, Hanley (Aged 57, boiler mr, not born Staffs) with wife Elizabeth (58,not b. Staffs) and child Thomas(3,boiler mr,not b. Staffs). N.B. Son Thomas should be aged 27. There were no grandchildren called Thomas and this Thomas is otherwise missing from the 1841 census. [Class: HO107; Civil Parish: Stoke Upon Trent; County: Staffordshire; Enumeration District: 7; Page: 13; Line: 12; GSU roll: 474620]

1851 Census : Living at New Street, Hanley, S-O-T (67, Boilermaker,b. Northwich, Cheshire) with wife Elizabeth (68,b. Northwich). They had a visitor, Ann Hill. Aged 67. Next door is William Duncalf (32, boilermaker) with wife Sarah and 2 children. [Class: HO107; Piece: 2004; Folio: 92; Page: 27; GSU roll: 87406]

Aged 69 at Death. Burial also recorded in Stoke-on-Trent St Peter
Register. Died at Spittals Workhouse, S-O-T.

Anne Cole's research makes them related. I wasn't sure if he is related but almost certain. (see 1851 Hanley Census - he lived in the same street as two other Duncalf families; William and Sarah Duncalf and James and Ann Duncalf. Both William and James are the right age to be sons of James and all three men are boiler makers. Coincidence ?? The
younger James and William don't share the same birth place though.)

Noted events in his life were:

Occupation: Mechanic/Blacksmith.

Occupation: Boiler Maker.

James married Elizabeth Stelfox on 9 Jul 1804 in Manchester Cathedral, Lancashire.126 Elizabeth was born in 1783 in Northwich, Cheshire,127 died on 9 Nov 1853 in Hanley, S-O-T, Staffs118 aged 70, and was buried on 13 Nov 1853 in Shelton, S-O-T, Staffs.128

Marriage Notes: Surety:0

Children from this marriage were:

          i.  Michael Duncalf (born in 1805 in Manchester, Lancashire)

         ii.  John Duncalf (born in 1806 in Manchester, Lancashire - died in 1821 in Burslem, Stoke-on-Trent, Staffs)

        iii.  Ann Duncalf (born in 1811 in Manchester, Lancashire)

         iv.  Thomas Duncalf (born in 1814 in Little Bolton, Lancashire - died in 1843 in Hanley, S-O-T, Staffs)

120       v.  James Duncalf (born on 25 Jan 1816 in Preston, Lancashire - died after 1874 in Hanley, S-O-T, Staffs)

         vi.  William Duncalf (born in 1817 in Preston, Lancashire - died in 1856 in Hanley, S-O-T, Staffs)

        vii.  Benjamin Duncalf (born in 1821 in Burslem, Stoke-on-Trent, Staffs - died in 1823 in Burslem, Stoke-on-Trent, Staffs)


241. Elizabeth Stelfox was born in 1783 in Northwich, Cheshire,127 died on 9 Nov 1853 in Hanley, S-O-T, Staffs118 aged 70, and was buried on 13 Nov 1853 in Shelton, S-O-T, Staffs.128

General Notes: 1841 Census : Living at Bath Street, Hanley - see notes for husband James.

1851 Census : Living at New Street, Hanley, S-O-T with husband - see notes for husband James.

Aged 71 at Death. Died of confusion of the brain.

Elizabeth married James Duncalf on 9 Jul 1804 in Manchester Cathedral, Lancashire.126 James was born on 20 Aug 1784 in Witton, Cheshire,124 was christened on 11 Sep 1784 in Witton, Cheshire,116 died on 2 Apr 1855 in Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire116 aged 70, and was buried on 1 May 1855 in Shelton, S-O-T, Staffs.125
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476. John Shenton was born circa 1745.

General Notes: [source Jean Jones (pjeanj@btinternet.com]) and Pat Sheldon (sheldon6154@googlemail.com, via Genes Reconnected).

John married Susannah. Susannah was born circa 1745.

The child from this marriage was:

238       i.  Stephen Shenton (born about 1779 in Cheddleton, Staffordshire - died on 7 Dec 1871, buried in St John's Wetley Rocks)


477. Susannah was born circa 1745.

General Notes: [source Jean Jones (pjeanj@btinternet.com]) and Pat Sheldon (sheldon6154@googlemail.com, via Genes Reconnected).

Susannah married John Shenton. John was born circa 1745.

478. Joseph Lovatt 7 was born circa 1756.

Joseph married Elizabeth. Elizabeth was born circa 1756.

The child from this marriage was:

239       i.  Mary Lovatt (born about 1782 in Staffordshire - died on 11 Apr 1855, buried in St John's Wetley Rocks)


479. Elizabeth was born circa 1756.

Elizabeth married Joseph Lovatt.7 Joseph was born circa 1756.

480. John Duncalf, son of William Duncalf and Sarah Barker, was christened on 2 Apr 1756 in Witton, Cheshire.116

General Notes: Baptism presumed to be late. There is a cross by the date of this
baptism in the register but ther is no explanation of why the cross is
there. According to Dade entries in Witton, John was the son of
William and Sarah of Witton.

Noted events in his life were:

Occupation: Labourer.

Occupation: Waller.

John married Catherine Broom.

Children from this marriage were:

240       i.  James Duncalf (born on 20 Aug 1784 in Witton, Cheshire - died on 2 Apr 1855 in Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire)

         ii.  William Duncalf (born in 1767 in Witton, Cheshire - died in 1840 in Weston, Cheshire)

        iii.  John Duncalf (born in 1769 in Witton, Cheshire)

         iv.  Nancy Duncalf (born in 1773 in Witton, Cheshire - died in 1780 in Witton, Cheshire)

          v.  Ellen Duncalf (born in 1777 in Witton, Cheshire)

         vi.  Nancy Duncalf (born on 27 Feb 1781 in Witton, Cheshire)

        vii.  Samuel Duncalf (born on 5 Jul 1787 in Witton, Cheshire)


481. Catherine Broom

Catherine married John Duncalf. John was christened on 2 Apr 1756 in Witton, Cheshire.116
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960. William Duncalf was born about 1713, died on 24 Aug 1793 in Winsford, Cheshire128 aged about 80, and was buried on 28 Aug 1793 in Witton, Cheshire.128

General Notes: Aged 80 at Death, died of "old age".

Noted events in his life were:

Occupation: Labourer.

Occupation: Waller.

William married Sarah Barker on 24 Oct 1746 in Manchester Cathedral, Lancashire.129 Sarah was born about 1717, died on 8 Dec 1790 in Witton, Cheshire128 aged about 73, and was buried on 11 Dec 1790 in Witton, Cheshire.128

Marriage Notes: Surety:0

Children from this marriage were:

480       i.  John Duncalf (christened on 2 Apr 1756 christened in Witton, Cheshire)

         ii.  Sarah Duncalf (born in 1747 in Northwich, Cheshire - died in 1747 in Northwich, Cheshire)

        iii.  Ann Duncalf (born in 1753 in Witton, Cheshire)

         iv.  Sarah Duncalf (born in 1759 in Witton, Cheshire)

          v.  William Duncalf (born in 1745 in Witton, Cheshire - died in 1813 in Chester, Cheshire)

         vi.  Thomas Duncalf (born in 1751 in Witton, Cheshire - died in 1841 in Witton, Cheshire)


961. Sarah Barker was born about 1717, died on 8 Dec 1790 in Witton, Cheshire128 aged about 73, and was buried on 11 Dec 1790 in Witton, Cheshire.128

General Notes: Aged 73 at death, died of "old age".

Sarah married William Duncalf on 24 Oct 1746 in Manchester Cathedral, Lancashire.129 William was born about 1713, died on 24 Aug 1793 in Winsford, Cheshire128 aged about 80, and was buried on 28 Aug 1793 in Witton, Cheshire.128


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