1805 Info 2b for John Crompton
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Duggleby origins, with Crompton and Elgey links
John Duggleby of Beswick | |===========================|=======================|=========|| Steven second son William b......1776 b......1782 d. d......1846 | | m. m. | | Rebecca Walby Sarah Hodson b. b. d. d. | | |=========|| |=========|| John walby William b......1805 b......1809 d. d.17nov1879 | | m. m.26feb1838 | | Lois Horsley Jane Owston b. b. c.18apr1808 d. d. | | |=============================|=========|| |=========|| Steven walby Alfred walby Margaret elizabeth b......1827 b......1840 b.01may1846 d. d d.1stQt1936 | | | m. m. m.4thQt1865 | | | Maria Rickenson Mary Simpson Thomas Crompton b......1867 a seamer b. b.03jun1837 d......1898 Driffield d. d.04aug1890 | | | |=========|| |=========|| |============|===========|==/= Alice elenor walby Michael walby Margaret Thomas b.26jan1856 Cottam (Grange) b......1869 b...feb1881 b.21nov1867 d. d. d. d.15nov1946 | | | | m. m. ... 3rd cousin ... m. m.27jan1891 | | Charles Mary ellen Elgey ---------------------siblings--------------------- Elgey b......1857 b.05jun1864 d. d.30jul1944
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
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
|Above: Beswick Hall from the drive - with the permission of Jan Breyley. Family reunion at Beswick Hall in 2004|
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