Chorley & Withnell, Lancashire

Enos and Emily Staveley

Enos Davenport Staveley was born in Higher Booths in 1865, and was the son of Enos Staveley of Aysgarth and Elizabeth Davenport of Chorley.  Enos married Emily Haworth of Lumb, Higher Booths in 1892 at the Haslingden register office.  Emily was the daughter of Thomas Haworth and Emma Jane Gladwell of Lumb.

Enos and Emily's first two children, Annie (b. 1893) and Enos (b. 1895) were born in Crawshawbooth, but sadly Enos would not to survive his first year of life, and died soon after he was born.  By the next year, when Emily was expecting twins, the family moved to Wheelton near Chorley, Lancashire.  By 1900 when daughter Eunice was born, the family was residing in Withnell.

 

1901: 102 School Lane, Brinscall, Withnell, Lancashire

 Enos D. STAVELEY   Head   M    Male   35   Crawshawbooth, Lancashire, England   Engraver at Calico Printers
 Emily STAVELEY   Wife   M   Female   32   Lumb, Lancashire, England   
 Annie STAVELEY   Daur   U   Female  7  Crawshawbooth, Lancashire, England  
 Enos STAVELEY   Son   U   Male  4  Wheelton, Lancashire, England   
 Thomas STAVELEY   Son  U  Male  4  Wheelton, Lancashire, England  
 Eunice STAVELEY  Daur  U  Female  10 months  Withnell, Lancashire, England  

 

Son Thomas, twin to Enos, died very soon after the 1901 census was taken.

By 1911, Enos and Emily have moved to Salford.

Author: Clare M. Staveley

 

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