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Offline pottypolly

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Deavilles Staffordshire
« on: Monday 30 May 05 21:49 BST (UK) »
hello  :)
does anyone have any info on the Deaville family from Waterfall Staffordshire i am particularly interested in Joseph Deaville and Sarah Worthington ? who were married there in 1817 i know they had on child Joseph b 1818 but do not know if they had any more id also be interested in dates that anyone might have for my family i.e dates of birth,death,marriages etc any info would be very much appreciated  ;D
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Re: Deavilles Staffordshire
« Reply #1 on: Tuesday 31 May 05 18:51 BST (UK) »
HI, dont know if this is of any help to you?  This could be Joseph JUNIOR in 1881.

   Dwelling:   11 Mill Street
   Census Place:   Leek & Lowe, Stafford, England
   Source:   FHL Film 1341657     PRO Ref RG11    Piece 2739    Folio 75    Page 23
   Marr   Age   Sex   Birthplace
Joseph DEAVILLE   W   63    M   Leek, Stafford, England
   Rel:   Head
   Occ:   General Labourer
Charles DEAVILLE   U   22    M   Leek, Stafford, England
   Rel:   Son
   Occ:   Silk Worker
Census Information is Crown Copyright, from www.nationalarchives.gov.uk <br /><br />Brown - Renfrewshire, McCann - Ayreshire and Ireland, Fellows - Bilston and Willenhall, Morris - Tipton, Moody - Coseley/Dudley, Arnold - Tipton, Knowles - Willenhall, Banks - Willenhall, Martin - Tipton, Wolverson - Willenhall<br />:) ;)

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Re: Deavilles Staffordshire
« Reply #2 on: Tuesday 31 May 05 19:05 BST (UK) »
This might be your Joseph Jr. in 1861:

RG9/1946
Folio 24 p. 7
Tittesworth St Luke
(Registration District Leek)

Joseph Deaville, head, 43, Highway Labourer, b. Waterfall
Eliza, wife, 30, Mangle Woman, b. Leek
Charles, son, 2, b. Leek
Olive, dau, 8 ms, b. Leek

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Re: Deavilles Staffordshire
« Reply #3 on: Tuesday 31 May 05 19:15 BST (UK) »
Have you already checked the excellent
http://www.staffordshirebmd.org.uk/

There are many Deaville data. Including a death for an Olive age 9 in 1869  :( 

Tanja
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Re: Deavilles Staffordshire
« Reply #4 on: Tuesday 31 May 05 20:09 BST (UK) »
Here's Olive's Birth

Husband
 JOSEPH DEAVILLE   
 Wife
 ELIZA
 Children
 1.   OLIVE <DEAVILLE>
   Female   
 Christening:  05 AUG 1860  Saint Luke, Leek, Stafford, England

Sarah Worthington's Christening?

SARAH WORTHINGTON 
  Female     
   Christening:  14 JAN 1795   Burton Upon Trent, Stafford, England
 
Parents:
  Father:  THOMAS WORTHINGTON
  Mother:  SARAH
Census Information is Crown Copyright, from www.nationalarchives.gov.uk <br /><br />Brown - Renfrewshire, McCann - Ayreshire and Ireland, Fellows - Bilston and Willenhall, Morris - Tipton, Moody - Coseley/Dudley, Arnold - Tipton, Knowles - Willenhall, Banks - Willenhall, Martin - Tipton, Wolverson - Willenhall<br />:) ;)

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Re: Deavilles Staffordshire
« Reply #5 on: Monday 17 October 05 21:52 BST (UK) »
Hello Polly

Joseph was my GGG Grandfather!  What would you like to know?

Joseph and Sarah only had one child that I can find at the moment.  Both Joseph and Sarah had been widowed before they got married.

Joseph (1818) married Eliza Birch (parents Joseph and Hannah Birch) who was baptized 12 may 1830.

Joseph and Eliza had 4 children but only 1 made it through childhood:-

Mary Ann - Died 26 April 1860 aged 3 years
Smith Deaville - Died 15 Dec 1862 aged 3 days
Olive Deaville - Died 20 Dec 1869 aged 9 years
Charles Deaville - Died 10 Nov 1918 aged 60 years

Eliza Birch died in 1863 aged 32 Years.  Joseph then married Charlotte Fisher at St. Lukes Church, Leek in 1865.  Charlotte Died in 1873 aged 56 Years.  Joseph (1818) died in 1888 aged 69.

Charles Deaville married Mary Ellen Bailey in 1880 in Leek, Staffordshire and had the following children:-

Olive - Born 1880 (my G Gran)
Joseph - Born 1883
Charles Edward - Born 1886
Lilian - Born 1888

I've got more info if you like which will lead you to me.

I'd love to hear from you to see where you come into the grand scale of things....

Claire
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Names; Machin, Bromley, Sutton, Deaville, Lancake, Landcake, Martin, Hilditch, Broome, Blease, Moss, Tweates, Brough
Areas; Congleton, Astbury, Macclesfield, Biddulph, Horton, Norton, Grantham, Leadenham

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Re: Deavilles Staffordshire
« Reply #6 on: Wednesday 28 March 07 00:23 BST (UK) »
Hello Claire, I think we have discussed the Deavilles before on GenesReunited. Although Joseph 1775 is not my direct line I would like to tidy up him and his possible wives and children! Was Sarah possibly his third wife, as I also have records of a Joseph Deaville marrying 1) Ann (Clulow?) b1781 and 2) Hannah b1778. I have his children as: Prudence 1800-1834 (buried St Edwards church), Smith 1810, Hannah 1814 and Joseph. I also have another Joseph born 1802, bap 22 Oct 1802 died 1852 and wonder if he could have been one of his? Your views would be appreciated. Thanks, Jan

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Re: Deavilles Staffordshire
« Reply #7 on: Monday 19 March 12 22:55 GMT (UK) »
Claire,

Do you happen to know if the Sarah DEAVILLE (b. ~1795) who married George MOSS (b. 1793) were the ones who moved to Onecote and had Elizabeth, Thomas, John, Ann, Phoebe, Joseph, and Sarah?