Bradford, Lancashire

Adam Staveley was born in 1824 in Liverpool, the son of William Staveley and Mary, and baptized in April that year at St. Peter's in Woolton, Liverpool.  Unfortunately it has not yet been determined exactly which Staveley family Adam is derived from as there is not a clear link from the earliest Woolton Staveleys to any other Staveley lineage.  Adam married his wife Sarah SPEAKMAN at St. Mary, Manchester in 1853, and the following year their eldest son George was born.

1861: 48 Rochdale Road, Manchester, England

 Adam STAVELEY   Head   M   Male   31   Liverpool, Lancashire, England   Coach Body Maker 
 Sarah STAVELEY   Wife   M   Female   29   Hollins Green, Lancashire, England    
 George STAVELEY   Son   U   Male  7  Manchester, Lancashire, England   Scholar
 William STAVELEY  Son  U  Male  5  Manchester, Lancashire, England  Scholar
 Frederick STAVELEY  Son  U  Male  2  Crewe, Cheshire, England  


Young Frederick died in Manchester in 1869 at the age of 9 years.  By 1871 we find the family residing in Bradford, Manchester.

1871: 202 Bradford Road South, Bradford, Manchester

 Adam STAVELEY   Head   M   Male   41   Liverpool, Lancashire, England   Coach Maker 
 Sarah STAVELEY   Wife   M   Female   39   Warrington, Lancashire, England    
 George A. STAVELEY   Son   U   Male  17  Manchester, Lancashire, England    
 William H. STAVELEY  Son  U  Male  15  Manchester, Lancashire, England  
 Annie A. STAVELEY  Daur  U  Female  8  Manchester, Lancashire, England  
 Ada E. STAVELEY  Daur  U  Female  3  Manchester, Lancashire, England  


By 1881 Adam and Sarah have moved to Newton, Lancashire.  In 1880 William H. Staveley married his wife Elizabeth in Manchester, and his family is found residing in Newton in 1881.


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