Bridlington, Yorkshire

Richard and Robert Staveley are the sons of John Staveley and Mary DALE of Wetwang, Yorkshire:

1881: 3 Midway Ter, Bridlington, Yorkshire, England 

 John STEPHENSON   Head   M   Male   30   Seamer, York, England   Railway Drayman 
 Jane STEPHENSON   Wife   M   Female   39   Flamboro, York, England    
 Richard STAVELEY   Lodger   U   Male   26   Wetwang, York, England   Railway Signalman 
 Robert STAVELEY   Lodger   U   Male   23   Wetwang, York, England   Railway Signalman 

In 1881 Richard and Robert's parents are living in Hutton Cranswick, and their brother George is found lodging in the NAYLOR household in Beverley, Yorkshire.  In 1891 Robert has moved to Great Driffield, and Richard is found residing in Hilderthorpe.


Stephen Staveley was born in 1859 and christened in Wilberfoss, Yorkshire to Robert Staveley of Hayton, and Honor DANBY of Yapham cum Meltonby.  Stephen married his wife Sarah in 1887 in Scarborough, and is residing in Bridlington in 1891:

1891: 11 High Street, Bridlington, Yorkshire, England

 Stephen STAVELY   Head   M  Male  32  Newton, Yorkshire, England   Brewers Dray Man
 Sarah A. STAVELY   Wife   U  Female   27   Harum, Yorkshire, England   
 Sydney STAVELEY   Son   U  Male   1   Scarborough, Yorkshire, England  
 Christiana GILBANK  Serv  U  Female  17  Brawby, Yorkshire, England  General Servant (domestic)


1901: 71 High Street, Bridlington, Yorkshire, England

 Stephen STAVELLY   Head   M  Male  42  Newton, Yorkshire, England   Brewers Agent
 Sarah A. STAVELLY   Wife   U  Female   37   Arram, Yorkshire, England   
 Sidney STAVELLY   Son   U  Male   11   Scarboro, Yorkshire, England  
 Ernest G. STAVELLY  Son  U  Male  9  Bridlington, Yorkshire, England  
 Herbert STAVELLY  Son  U  Male  5  Bridlington, Yorkshire, England  
 John S. STAVELLY  Son  U  Male  11 Mo.  Bridlington, Yorkshire, England  


Stephen and Sarah were living at 12 Brett St., in Bridlington during World War 1.  Stephen and Sarah's son, Sydney Staveley, served with the Duke of Wellington's West Riding Regiment during the War.  Sydney was killed in France during the Battle of the Somme on September 3, 1916. Stephen and Sarah lost a second son, Ernest Gilbank Staveley, who was a Rifleman in the West Yorkshire Regiment during World War 1.   Ernest died May 27, 1917, at the age of 26 years, and was buried in Bridlington Cemetery, grave L113.


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