Two distinct Staveley families resided in Islington, Liverpool over a 10 year time period. The first is the family of Richard Staveley b. 1807, the son of Richard Henry Thomas Staveley, and Mary Ann FYFE of St. Alban Wood Street in London. Richard (b. 1807) married Agnes Jane CARTER. Note that Richard's mother, Mary Ann (nee FYFE) is residing in the household in 1841:
1841: Soho St., Islington, Liverpool, England
|STAVELEY||Richard||34||Baker||Born Outside Census County|
|ELLIS||Jane||30||F.S.||Born Outside Census County|
Richard's family is residing in Toxteth Park in 1851.
Thomas Charles Staveley b. January 11, 1828 in North Anston, is the son of William Wright Staveley and Jane BOWER. Thomas' father died prior to the 1851 census, his mother Jane is living with Thomas in Islington in 1851:
1851: 12 Queens Square, Islington, Liverpool, Lancashire, England
|Thomas C. STAVELEY||Head||M||Male||24||Nth Anston, Yorkshire, England||Chemist & Druggist|
|Jane STAVELEY||Mother||W||Female||50||Whittington, Derbyshire, England|
|Edward LEWIS||Serv||U||Male||23||Wales||Chemist & Druggist Assist.|
Jane Staveley died shortly after the census was taken. Her son, Thomas Charles Staveley, died the following year in Liverpool, in 1852, at the age of 25 years.