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Family of John STABLE and Mary INMAN

Husband: John STABLE (1806-1880)
Wife: Mary INMAN (1797- )
Children: John STABLE (1833- )
William Inman STABLE (1837-1899)
Marriage 18 Jul 1833 St Mary, Ulverston, Lancashire 1

Husband: John STABLE

Name: John STABLE
Sex: Male
Father: James STABLE (1766-1833)
Mother: Mary LEWTHWAITE (1770- )
Birth 12 Jul 1806 Ulverston, Lancashire
Baptism 12 Jul 1806 (age 0) St Mary's Church, Ulverston, Lancashire 2
Occupation Highway Repairer
Death 3 Jan 1880 (age 73) 87 The Ellers, Ulverston, Lancashire 3

Additional Information

Death Cause: Bronchitis

Wife: Mary INMAN

Name: Mary INMAN
Sex: Female
Father: -
Mother: -
Birth 1797

Child 1: John STABLE

Name: John STABLE
Sex: Male
Spouse: Eleanor HIGGIN (1837- )
Birth Dec 1833 Ulverston, Lancashire
Baptism 5 Jan 1834 (age 0) St Mary's Church, Ulverston, Lancashire 4
Occupation Labourer

Child 2: William Inman STABLE

Name: William Inman STABLE
Sex: Male
Spouse: Elizabeth COWARD (1835-1911)
Birth Jun 1837 Ulverston, Lancashire
Baptism 18 Jun 1837 (age 0) St Mary's Church, Ulverston, Lancashire 5
Occupation Labourer in Foundry 6
Death Jul 1899 (age 62) Barrow in Furness, Lancashire

Sources

1"St Mary Ulverston Lancashire Parish Register". Cit. Date: 18 July 1833. Assessment: Primary evidence.
Text From Source: Marr 18 Jul 1833 John Stable (x) Husbandman ba OTP and Mary Inman sp OTP
2Ibid.
3"England and Wales Registration of Deaths 1837 to 1915". Text From Source: General Labourer, died of Bronchitis Certified by James Robinson, L.R. C. P. Ed. Informant The mark of Elizabeth Braithwaite, daughter present at death, 87 The Ellers, Ulverston.
4"St Mary Ulverston Lancashire Parish Register". Cit. Date: 5 January 1834. Assessment: Primary evidence.
Text From Source: John son of John and Mary Stables of Ulverston, Labourer
5Ibid. Cit. Date: 18 June 1837. Assessment: Primary evidence.
Text From Source: Baptism: 18 Jun 1837 St Mary, Ulverston, Lancs.
William Inman Stables - son of John Stables & Mary
Abode: Ulverston
Occupation: Labourer
Baptised by: Richard Gwillym, Minister
6"1871 Census".