Newton, 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.  Adam married his wife Sarah SPEAKMAN in Manchester in 1853, and they moved to Bradford, Manchester, by the 1871 census.  By 1881 the family had relocated to Newton, Lancashire.

1881: 22 Ten Acres Lane, Newton, Lancashire, England

 Adam STAVLEY   Head   M   Male   56   Liverpool, Lancashire, England   Coach Builder 
 Sarah STAVLEY   Wife   M   Female   47   Hollins Green, Lancashire, England   House Wife 
 George STAVLEY   Son   U   Male   26   Manchester, Lancashire, England   Coach Builder 
 Annie STAVLEY   Daur   U   Female   18   Manchester, Lancashire, England   Drapers Assistant 
 Ada STAVLEY   Daur   U   Female   13   Manchester, Lancashire, England   Scholar 
 Nellie STAVLEY   Daur      Female   6   Manchester, Lancashire, England   Scholar 
 Samuel SIMMONS   Boarder   U   Male   25   Oldburg, Worcester, England   Coach Builder 
 Edmund HOLMS   Boarder   U   Male   24   Stretford, Lancashire, England   Coach Builder 

 

Adam's son William Henry Staveley married his wife Elizabeth VAUGHAN in Prestwich in 1880.  By 1881 his family is residing in Newton just east of Lancaster, Lancashire.

1881: 6 Marsden St, Newton, Lancashire, England

 William H. STAVELY   Head   M   Male   25   Mancr, Lancashire, England   Coach Maker 
 Elizabeth STAVELY   Wife   M   Female   21   Mancr, Lancashire, England    
 Selina STAVELY   Dau   U   Female   10 m   Mancr, Lancashire, England    

 

By 1891, Adam and his family are still residing in Newton.

1891: 22 Ten Acres Lane, Newton, Lancashire, England

 Adam STAVELY   Head   M   Male   67   Liverpool, Lancashire, England   Coach Builder 
 Sarah STAVELY   Wife   M   Female   59   Hollins Green, Lancashire, England   House Wife 
 Ada STAVELY   Daur   U   Female   22   Manchester, Lancashire, England   Silk & Cotton Weaver 
 Nellie STAVELY   Daur      Female   16   Manchester, Lancashire, England   Silk & Cotton Weaver 
 Bramwell DUTTON  Boarder   U   Male   25   Oldburg, Worcester, England  Methodist Minister

 

Adam's son George Adam Staveley married his wife Nancy TAYLOR in 1890.  In 1891 we find the family residing in Newton as follows:

1891: 332 Oldham Road, Newton Heath, Manchester, Lancashire

 George STAVELY   Head   M   Male  36  Manchester, Lancashire, England   Beer House Keeper
 Nancy STAVELY   Wife   M   Female   26   Manchester, Lancashire, England   
 George A.  STAVELY   Son   U   Male 6  Manchester, Lancashire, England   Scholar

 

By 1891 Adam's son William has moved his family to Lancaster.  In 1901 we find Adam and Sarah at home alone.

1901: 3 Harner St., Newton Heath, Manchester, Lancashire

 Adam STAVELY   Head   M   Male   76   Liverpool, Lancashire, England   Railway Coach Maker 
 Sarah STAVELY   Wife   M   Female   68   Hollins Green, Lancashire, England   House Wife 

 

By 1901 we lose track of Adam's son George, but his son William Henry has returned to Newton, and George's son (William's nephew) George Arthur is staying with them in Newton.

1901: 13 Elvry St., Newton Heath, Manchester, Lancashire

 William H. STAVELEY   Head   M   Male   45   Manchester, Lancashire, England   Railway Coach Maker 
 Elizabeth STAVELEY   Wife   M   Female   41   Manchester, Lancashire, England    
 Eleanor STAVELEY   Dau   U   Female   20   Manchester, Lancashire, England   Handkerchief Hemmer
 George Henry STAVELEY  Son  U  Male 19  Manchester, Lancashire, England   Railway Coach Maker Apprentice
 Frederick STAVELEY  Son  U  Male 17  Manchester, Lancashire, England   Railway Coach Maker Apprentice
 Annie Turner STAVELEY  Daur  U  Female 15  Manchester, Lancashire, England  Silk Weaver
 Albert STAVELEY  Son  U  Male 13  Manchester, Lancashire, England   Errand Boy
 William Adam STAVELEY  Son  U  Male 10  Lancaster, Lancashire, England   
 George Arthur STAVELEY Nephew  U  Male 16    Cabinet Makers Apprentice

 

Adam and Sarah Stavely both died in the March quarter of 1907.  Adam is listed as 81 years old when he died, and his wife Sarah was 74.

 

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