Over the years a number of Staveley families have decided to make a new home for themselves in Canada. As some provinces have had more than one Staveley family settle there, each will be presented separately.
|Lineage Connections||Research Contacts|
|Manitoba||Newark Nottinghamshire||Phil Staveley|
|Ontario||Dent Yorkshire||Gaylord Staveley|
|Quebec||Melton Mowbray Lincolnshire|
|Burnley Lancashire||Brent Staveley, Todd Staveley|
|Saskatchewan||Newark Nottinghamshire||Phil Staveley|
|Australia, Ireland||James Marud|
One of the earlier Staveley families to settle in Canada selected Quebec as their new home. These Staveleys are from a family of architects descended from Edward Staveley (1795-1872) who arrived in North America from Melton Mowbray, Leicestershire, in 1833.
In 1857 two brothers, John and Anthony from Dent, Yorkshire arrived in Peterborough County, Ontario. John's family later settled in Michigan, and Anthony's family settled in Iowa, USA. Some of Anthony's children returned to Canada to settle in Saskatchewan, and later settled in Alberta.
In the early 1900's the family of Walter Staveley and Eliza Hall of Nottinghamshire, settled in Battleford, Saskatchewan.
By the eve of World War I part of the family of John Thomas Staveley and Hannah Winter settled in Quebec arriving from Burnley, Lancashire. The earlier origins of this Burnley line however, are as yet undetermined.