Burrow with Burrow, Lancashire

Henry Staveley is the son of Henry Staveley and Ann HARPER of Dent, Yorkshire.  Henry is found living at Robinson House Farm with the majority of his siblings in 1881, but their parents are still residing at Raw Ridding in Dent in 1881 with three of their brothers, Lindsay, Richard, and Thomas.

1881: Robinson House Farm, Burrow with Burrow, Lancashire, England

 Henry STAVLEY Junr   Son   U   Male   33   Dent, Yorkshire, England   Farmer 153 Acres 
 John STAVLEY   Son   U   Male   27   Dent, Yorkshire, England   Farmer's Son
 Matthew STAVLEY  Son  U  Male 18  Dent, Yorkshire, England   Farmer's Son
 Judith STAVLEY   Daur   U   Female  29   Dent, Yorkshire, England   Farmer's Daughter 
 Betsey STAVLEY  Daur  U  Female 25  Dent, Yorkshire, England   Farmer's Daughter
 Nancy STAVLEY  Daur    Female 11  Dent, Yorkshire, England   Scholar
 Margaret ROBERTS  Boarder  U  Female 28  Lancaster, Lancashire, England   School Teacher

 

By 1891 we lose track of Henry.  His brother John (b. 1854) was married in 1889 to Mary Alice ATKINSON near Kendal.  In 1891 he appears to be residing in Burrow with Burrow as a lodger in the John Hoyle household:

1891: Verandah Cottage, Burrow with Burrow, Lancashire, England

 John STAVELEY  Lodger  M  Male   37  Dent, Yorkshire, England   Farmer
 Mary A. STAVELEY   Wife  M  Female  32  Hutton Roof, Westmorland  

 

However, there's a twist here.  John Staveley also appears to be living in Ingleton with his recently widowed sister Betsy and her two children in 1891.  In Ingleton John reports that he is married, but his spouse is not resident in the household during that census.  It is possible that Mary reported John as being present in the Burrow-with-Burrow house to be sure he was enumerated, but it appears he may have been enumerated in both locations in 1891.

In 1901 John and Mary are living in Tatham, Lancashire.

 

 

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