1805 Info 2b for John Crompton
Margaret Elizabeth Duggleby's origins

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Duggleby origins, with Crompton and Elgey links

                   John Duggleby of Beswick
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Steven                      second son              William
b......1776                                         b......1782
d.                                                  d......1846
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m.                                                  m.
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Rebecca Walby                                       Sarah Hodson
b.                                                  b.
d.                                                  d.
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John walby                                          William
b......1805                                         b......1809
d.                                                  d.17nov1879
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m.                                                  m.26feb1838
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Lois Horsley                                        Jane Owston
b.                                                  b.
                                                    c.18apr1808
d.                                                  d.
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Steven walby                  Alfred walby          Margaret elizabeth
b......1827                   b......1840           b.01may1846
d.                            d                     d.1stQt1936
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m.                            m.                    m.4thQt1865
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Maria Rickenson               Mary Simpson          Thomas Crompton
b......1867 a seamer          b.                    b.03jun1837
d......1898 Driffield         d.                    d.04aug1890
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Alice elenor walby            Michael walby         Margaret     Thomas
b.26jan1856 Cottam (Grange)   b......1869           b...feb1881  b.21nov1867
d.                            d.                    d.           d.15nov1946
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m.                            m. ... 3rd cousin ... m.           m.27jan1891
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Charles                                                          Mary ellen
Elgey        ---------------------siblings---------------------  Elgey
b......1857                                                      b.05jun1864
d.                                                               d.30jul1944
1805info2b, sheet 2
Electoral Roll 1834 Barmston
Duggleby, William - Barmston 365 acres of land, as occupier Stone Hills

Source: Electoral Roll 1834 Barmston

William DUGGLEBY married Jane OWSTON at Burton Agnes on 26 February 1838. Jane, born at Thornholme, was christened on 18 April 1808 at Bridlington Priory and was recorded as the daughter of John and Mary OWSTON.

1841 Census Sun/Mon  6/7 June 1841
Source:   FHL Film PRO Ref HO107
          Piece 1221;  Book: 8;  Folio: 5; Page: 3; Line: 1;
Dwelling: Stone Hills
Place:    Barmston, York
  
Name                Age  Occupation    Born in County
William Duggleby    30   Farmer              Y
Jane Duggleby       30                       Y
William Duggleby     2                       Y
Richard Duggleby     4m                      Y
Richard Nicholson   20   Ag Lab              Y
George Millson      20   Ag Lab              Y
Robert Moorfoot     15   Ag Lab              Y
John Guy            15   Ag Lab              Y
John Buck           20   Ag Lab              Y
Thomas Kirby        15   Ag Lab              Y
Margaret Stubbs     25   Farm servant        Y
Mary Botterill      15   Farm servant        Y
Phebe Wyvell        13   Farm servant        Y

Note: Ages are often rounded to the nearest five years

In the 1851 census the family had returned to Beswick Hall , probably after the death of Margaret elizabeth's grandfather.

1851 Census Sun/Mon 30/31st March 1851
Source:     FHL Film  PRO Ref HO7
            Piece: 2359; Folio: 698; Page: 21
Dwelling:   Hall    
Place:      Beswick, York, England

                     Rel  Mar Age  Occupation                   Birthplace
William Duggleby     Head  M  41   Farmer 382 acres, employing  Yorks, Beswick
                                   9 labourers
Jane Duggleby        Wife  M  42                                Yorks, Thornholme
William Duggleby      Son     12   Scholar                      Yorks, Beswick
Richard Duggleby      Son     10   Scholar                      Yorks, Barmston
Michael O. Duggleby   Son      8   Scholar                      Yorks, Barmston
Jane Duggleby         Dau      7   Scholar                      Yorks, Barmston
Margaret E.Duggleby   Dau      4   Scholar                      Yorks, Barmston
Agnes Duggleby        Dau      2   Scholar                      Yorks, Beswick
Emily Duggleby        Dau      5m                               Yorks, Beswick
Mary Cooper          Serv  U  26   General Serv                 Yorks, Ganton
Elizabeth Denton     Serv  U  16   General Serv                 Yorks, Beverley
Margaret A Seller    Serv  U  15   General Serv                 Sussex, Arundel
George Jackson       Serv  U  18   Ag Lab                       Yorks, Tickton
William Hebdon       Serv  U  26   Ag Lab                       Yorks, Wansford
Daniel Matton        Serv  U  18   Ag Lab                       Yorks, South Dalton
John Pinder          Serv  U  16   Ag Lab                       Yorks, South Dalton
Thomas Hodgson       Serv  U  16   Ag Lab                       Yorks, Lund
Matthew Harrison     Serv  U  20   Ag Lab (Shepherd)            Yorks, Kirkburn
1805info2b, sheet 3
1861 Census Sun/Mon. 7/8th April 1861
Source:     FHL Film  PRO Ref RG09
            Piece: 3572; Folio: 62; Page: 21
Dwelling:   The Hall    
Place:      Beswick, York, England

Name                 Rel  Mar Age  Occupation                Birthplace 
William Duggleby     Head  M   51  Farmer 382 acres, 12 men  Yorks, Beswick
Jane Duggleby        Wife  M   52                            Yorks, Thornholme
Michael O. Duggleby  Son       18  Farmers son               Yorks, Barmston
Jane Duggleby        Dau       17                            Yorks, Barmston
Hopper Brown         Serv  U   26  Ag Foreman                Yorks, Whykeham  
William Dalton       Serv  U   18  Ploughman                 Yorks, Sibthorpe 
William Wiles        Serv  U   20  Ploughman                 Yorks, Welbourn
John Parott          Serv  U   18  Ploughman                 Yorks, Waudley
Robert Woielesby     Serv  U   18  Ploughman                 Yorks, Kilham
Thomas Tate          Serv  U   20  Ploughman                 Yorks, Beverley 
Aaron Withel         Serv  U   29  Shepherd                  Yorks, North Dalton,
Frederick McDermot   Serv  U   28  Shepherd                  Ireland  
Margaret Johnson     Serv  U   20  Cook (Domestic)           Yorks, Nafferton  
Thomas Sanderson     Serv  U   12  House boy                 Yorks, Beswick
1861 Census Sun/Mon. 7/8th April 1861
Source:     FHL Film  PRO Ref RG09
            Piece: 2403; Folio: 98; Page: 14;
Dwelling:   Mount House    
Place:      Barton on Humber, Lincolnshire, England

Name               Rel Mar Age Occupation           Birthplace 
Margaret Diggleby           14 Pupil                Yorks, Bramston
Agnes Diggleby              12 Pupil                Yorks, Kilnwick?

Beswick Hall, on the opposite side of the road from St Margaret's church, (just visible in the background of the photograph), is a late Elizabethan manor house built for the local landowner William DANIEL in c.1600. The house was remodelled in the 1730s, and more drastically in c.1835, when it was converted into a farmhouse.

Right: Beswick Hall seen across the graveyard
Beswick Hall - 45Kb jpg
1805info6, sheet 4
Beswick Hall - 23Kb jpg
Above: Beswick Hall from the drive - with the permission of Jan Breyley. Family reunion at Beswick Hall in 2004

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