Worsley

Ann Stelfox1818

Name
Ann Stelfox
Surname
Stelfox
Given names
Ann
Birth 1818
Religious marriageJohn WorsleyView this family
10 December 1837 (Age 19 years)
Source: PRO
Publication: Public Record Office
Citation details: Vol 20, Page 54
Note:
The parish church, St. Helens of Great Budworth remains in full occupation and use (November 2009). At the time of John and Ann's wedding, there were none of the victorian pews, and the present organ was not installed until two years later (1839). Our couple, who could neither read nor write, would have sung their hymns that they had learned by rote, while the lesson etc. would have been intoned by one of the attending clergy. Our impression of the event is that the couple, families and friends would have been somewhat in awe of the occassion. And probably dressed warmly - our visit in November was chilly!
Birth of a daughter
#1
Sarah Worsley
1839 (Age 21 years)
Birth of a son
#2
Charles Worsley
1841 (Age 23 years)
Census 1841 (Age 23 years)
Publication: HO107/92/ Book/folio 27/11, Page 16
Citation details: HO107/92/ Book/folio 27/11, Page 16
Birth of a son
#3
Edward Worsley
1844 (Age 26 years)
Birth of a daughter
#4
Eliza Worsley
1849 (Age 31 years)
Birth of a daughter
#5
Hannah Worsley
1851 (Age 33 years)
Census 1851 (Age 33 years)
Publication: H.O 107/2166
Birth of a son
#6
Richard Worsley
1853 (Age 35 years)
Birth of a daughter
#7
Sarah A Worsley
1856 (Age 38 years)
Birth of a son
#8
John Worsley
1859 (Age 41 years)
Death of a husbandJohn Worsley
before 1861 (Age 43 years)

Census 1861 (Age 43 years)
Publication: RG 9.2704
Marriage of a childWilliam ChadwickSarah WorsleyView this family
Type: Religious marriage
6 October 1866 (Age 48 years) Husband: full Wife: full
Source: M.Cert
Date of entry in original source: 6 October 1966
Text:
William, Bachelor, Mariner, Grafton St., Thomas Chadwick, Mariner Sarah, Spinster,,Olive Street, deceased
Quality of data: questionable evidence
Marriage of a childEdward WorsleyMary Ann WalkerView this family
24 December 1866 (Age 48 years)
Source: M.Cert
Citation details: 1866 Dec Qtr W. Derby 8b/922
Marriage of a childHenry RimmerEliza WorsleyView this family
September 1868 (Age 50 years)
Census 1871 (Age 53 years)
Death of a sonEdward Worsley
17 September 1878 (Age 60 years)
Cause: Drowning
Census 1881 (Age 63 years)
Census 1891 (Age 73 years)
Publication: RG12/2932 page 30
Text:
Worsley, Ann, Head, W, F, 72,,Winsham, Cheshire Worsley, Charles, Son, Wid, M, 50, Dock Labourer, Winsham, Cheshire Worsley, Richard, Son, Wid, M, 39, Dock Labourer,Winsham, Cheshire Worsley, John S, Son, S, M, 32, Stationary Engine Driver, Liverpool, Lancashire Worsley, Florence, Grandchild, , F, 13,, Liverpool, Lancashire
Census 1901 (Age 83 years)

Censusyes

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herself
Family with John Worsley - View this family
husband
herself
Marriage: 10 December 1837Cheshire, Great Budworth, Parish Church
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MarriagePRO
Publication: Public Record Office
Citation details: Vol 20, Page 54
CensusCensus 1841 (7th June) Northwich
Publication: HO107/92/ Book/folio 27/11, Page 16
Citation details: HO107/92/ Book/folio 27/11, Page 16
CensusCensus 1851 (...) 68 Meadow Bank, Over, Cheshire
Publication: H.O 107/2166
CensusCensus 1861 (7th April) 29 Clive St, South Toxteth, Liverpool, Lancs
Publication: RG 9.2704
CensusCensus 1871 (2nd April) 10 Longville Street, Toxteth Park, Liverpool, Lancs
CensusCensus 1881 (3rd April) 2 Longville Street, Toxteth Park, Liverpool, Lancs
CensusCensus 1891 (5th April) 7, Letitia Street, Toxteth Park, Liverpool, Lancashire
Publication: RG12/2932 page 30
Text:
Worsley, Ann, Head, W, F, 72,,Winsham, Cheshire Worsley, Charles, Son, Wid, M, 50, Dock Labourer, Winsham, Cheshire Worsley, Richard, Son, Wid, M, 39, Dock Labourer,Winsham, Cheshire Worsley, John S, Son, S, M, 32, Stationary Engine Driver, Liverpool, Lancashire Worsley, Florence, Grandchild, , F, 13,, Liverpool, Lancashire
CensusCensus 1901 (31st March)1 College View, Bootle
Marriage
The parish church, St. Helens of Great Budworth remains in full occupation and use (November 2009). At the time of John and Ann's wedding, there were none of the victorian pews, and the present organ was not installed until two years later (1839). Our couple, who could neither read nor write, would have sung their hymns that they had learned by rote, while the lesson etc. would have been intoned by one of the attending clergy. Our impression of the event is that the couple, families and friends would have been somewhat in awe of the occassion. And probably dressed warmly - our visit in November was chilly!
Note
Not found in the 1871 census
Marriage
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