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red mail Edward Fell
Looking for information on Edward Fell he was Born in Staveley in 1867. Trying to find out who his parents where and if he had any siblings or other family. He married Mary Agnes Cannon in 1889 and they had 4 children William, Harold, Leonard and Sarah Jane. They lived also in Kendal and this is where the children where born. Also he was a bobbin turner.
red mail Isabella Miles
Born Staveley about 1804. Lived in Sawrey and Kendal, married James Barnes (tailor). She was a baker. Children Adam Myles, Moses, Mathilda, David, John, Amelia.
red mail Lee Fanny
Looking for info about Fanny Lee, born in Kendal in 1843, daughter of Benjamin and Margaret Lee living at Barley Bridge, Staveley. She had a daughter Mary Elizabeth who was found in 1891 as a lady's maid in the Grand Hotel in Brighton.
red mail Lee
Looking for info on Benjamin Lee, b. Wakefield 1811, and his family. Wife was Margaret Clarke. Lived Barley bridge Cttgs. Was a wool weaver. Children: Sarah, John Clark, Fanny, Thomas and James.
red mail Brocklebank
Researching Brocklebanks bobbin manufacturers. I have found them living in latter years at Staveley they also lived Caton and Torver in Lancashire. John 1775 other family names are Amos, George, Isabella, Richard, Thomas, John, Sarah, Elizabeth, Esther.
red mail Wilson, C.xvii
Thomas Wilson of Staveley Hall, (1570-1624), was the son of Edward Wilson of Nether Levins Hall, both in Westmorland. Who was his mother? And who were Edward's parents? Happy to exchange help.
red mail Dobsons-staveley
Grandfather - John Dobson was reputedly born in Staveley about 1875 & moved to Lancaster, where his son, my father was born in 1900.Is there any data from successive censuses to support this ? John D.

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