North Dalton, Yorkshire
Isaac Staveley was born in Kirkburn in 1761 to parents Isaac Staveley and Ann PEIRCY. He married Ann PORDON on March 29, 1779 in North Dalton and had the following children in the parish:
|b. January 11, 1780||North Dalton, Yorkshire|
|Isaac Staveley||b. March 10, 1782||North Dalton, Yorkshire|
|Ann Staveley||b. January 30, 1785||North Dalton, Yorkshire|
|Robert Staveley||b. November 5, 1786||North Dalton, Yorkshire|
|Isaac Staveley||b. February 8, 1789||North Dalton, Yorkshire|
|Ann Staveley||b. June 8, 1793||North Dalton, Yorkshire|
|Elizabeth Staveley||b. July 8, 1798||North Dalton, Yorkshire|
Son Isaac b. 1789 is living in Tibthorpe in 1851.
On November 17, 1832 a John Staveley of North Dalton, blacksmith, was convicted of using dogs and a gun to kill game on the lands belonging to a James Dowker of North Dalton, yeoman. John Staveley 's sentence was a fine of £5 plus 13s 6d, or to serve 2 months in the House of Correction.
John Alfred Staveley was born in 1851 the son of Simpson and Ann Staveley of Kirkburn. He married Kate SHEARDOWN on June 10, 1879 in Kingston Upon Hull. In 1881 he is residing in North Dalton:
1881: Beverley Rd Manor House, North Dalton, York, England
|John Alf STAVELEY||Head||M||Male||29||Tibthorpe, Yorkshire, England||Farmer of 857 Ac Empl 7 Boys & 13 Men|
|Kate STAVELEY||Wife||M||Female||24||Hamphole Nr Doncaster, Yorkshire, England||Farmers Wife|
|Zoe A. STAVELEY||Daur||Female||11 m||North Dalton, Yorkshire, England|
|Alice HALL||Serv||U||Female||26||Beverley, Yorkshire, England||Cook Domestic Servt|
|Lucy BROUGHTON||Serv||U||Female||17||London, Middlesex, England||Housemaid Servt|
|Letitia NEWLOVE||Serv||U||Female||18||Kilham, Yorkshire, England||Nurse Servt|
|William LOVEL||Serv||U||Male||24||Beverley, Yorkshire, England||Groom Servt|
1891: Manor House, North Dalton, Yorkshire, England
|John A. STAVELEY||Head||M||Male||39||Tibthorpe Grange, Yorkshire, England||Farmer|
|Kate STAVELEY||Wife||M||Female||24||Hamphall, Yorkshire, England|
|Zoe A. STAVELEY||Daur||U||Female||10||North Dalton, Yorkshire, England||Scholar|
|Guy S. STAVELEY||Son||U||Male||5||North Dalton, Yorkshire, England||Scholar|
|Hugh S. STAVELEY||Son||U||Male||2||North Dalton, Yorkshire, England|
|Letitia RANSOM||Serv||U||Female||28||Kilham, Yorkshire, England||Housemaid Domestic|
|Elizabeth POTTER||Serv||U||Female||24||Kirkburn, Yorkshire, England||Cook Domestic|
|Hannah BULLOCK||Serv||U||Female||18||Wetwang, Yorkshire, England||Nurse Domestic|
1901: Eastlands, on Road to Kirkburn, Tibthorpe, Yorkshire, England
|John A. STAVELEY||Head||M||Male||49||Tibthorpe, Yorkshire, England||Landowner, Farmer, (Justice of the Peace)|
|Kate STAVELEY||Wife||M||Female||44||Hamphole, Yorkshire, England|
|Zoe Annie STAVELEY||Daur||Female||20||North Dalton, Yorkshire, England|
|Edith WALLER||Serv||U||Female||27||North Dalton, Yorkshire, England|
|Annie WILSON||Serv||U||Female||23||North Dalton, Yorkshire, England|
John's son Hugh Sheardown Staveley is residing in Bessingby, as a pupil at the Bessingby Grammar School, aged 12 years. Son Guy Sheardown Staveley is a pupil boarding at Giggleswick Grammar School, aged 15 years.
John Alfred Staveley died in London at the age of 60 on June 8, 1912. His funeral was held in Kirkburn:
John's son, Guy Sheardown Staveley, married in 1910 in Fulham, and died in 1922 at the age of 22 years in Erpingham, Norfolk.
His brother, Hugh Sheardown Staveley, was killed in France on May 3, 1917 during World War 1 (see Medal Card Index) at the age of 30. There is an inscription on the Great Driffield War Memorial that simply reads:
John Alfred Staveley's brother, Harold Hornby Staveley, has moved from Kirkburn to North Dalton by 1901:
1901: Manor House, North Dalton, Yorkshire, England
|Harold H. STAVELEY||Head||M||Male||46||Tibthorpe, Yorkshire, England||Farmer|
|Mirion B. STAVELEY||Wife||M||Female||40||Kirkburn, Yorkshire, England|
|Ursula B. W. STAVELEY||Daur||U||Female||8||Southburn, Yorkshire, England|
|Rose M. GARDINER||Governess||U||Female||25||Bretherton, Lancashire, England||Governess to Child in School|
|Elizabeth A. FENWICK||Serv||U||Female||22||Keighley, Yorkshire, England||Cook Domestic|
|Louisa SCOTT||Serv||U||Female||20||North Dalton, Yorkshire, England||Housemaid Domestic|
|Sarah A. ROBSON||Serv||U||Female||15||North Dalton, Yorkshire, England||Under Housemaid Domestic|
|Henry GELDARD||Serv||U||Male||14||Bishopthorpe, Yorkshire, England||Groom Boy|
Harold's sons Frederick Simpson Staveley, and Claude Harold Staveley are pupils at Leadhall House, in Harrogate in 1901.
Daughter Ursula B. W. Staveley married a gentleman with the last name of DUPRE in 1916.
Frederick Simpson Staveley married Ursula Joan WHITAKER in 1914, but the marriage was brief. Ursula was born in High Bray, Devon, the daughter of Charles P. Whitaker, a Clergyman, of Broadclyst, Devon. Frederick was a Captain in the East Yorkshire Regiment during World War I, and he was accidentally killed in Ypres, Belgium on March 14, 1915 at the age of 27 years (see Medal Cards).
There is a memorial in St. Mary's Church, Kirkburn, that reads:
TO THE GLORY OF GOD
FREDERICK SIMPSON STAVELEY
CAPTAIN 3RD YORKSHIRE REGT
SUNDAY 14TH MARCH 1915
ERECTED BY HIS FRIEND JOHN KAY
The following memorial to Frederick appears in the Church of St. John the Baptist in Broadclyst, Devon:
TO THE GLORY OF GOD AND IN REMEMBRANCE OF OUR MEN WHO GAVE THEIR LIVES FOR ENGLAND AND FOR FREEDOM IN THE GREAT WAR 1914 - 1919.
Frederick is buried in the New Irish Farm Cemetery in Ieper, Belgium. His widow Ursula Joan remarried in 1920 to a gentleman with a last name of COPPIN.