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Family of William STABLE and Ann

Husband: William STABLE (1724-1796)
Wife: Ann ( - )
Children: Precilla STABLE (1743-1802)
John STABLE (1746- )
William STABLE (1749-1823)
David STABLE (1756-1829)
Matthew STABLE (1758-1806)
Robert STABLE (1760- )
Joseph STABLE (1754- )
Marriage 1743

Husband: William STABLE

Name: William STABLE
Sex: Male
Father: John STABLE (1678-1738)
Mother: Janet CARTER (1678-1732)
Birth 15 Feb 1724 Pikeside, Ulpha, Cumberland
Baptism 7 Mar 1724 (age 0) St John the Baptist, Ulpha, Cumberland
Death 1 Sep 1796 (age 72) Broughton in Furness, Lancashire

Wife: Ann

Name: Ann
Sex: Female
Father: -
Mother: -

Child 1: Precilla STABLE

Name: Precilla STABLE
Sex: Female
Birth Aug 1743 Ulpha, Cumberland, England
Baptism 20 Aug 1743 (age 0) St John the Baptist, Ulpha, Cumberland 1
Death 1802 (age 58-59) Ulpha, Cumberland, England

Child 2: John STABLE

Name: John STABLE
Sex: Male
Birth May 1746 Broughton in Furness, Lancashire
Baptism 11 May 1746 (age 0) St Mary Magdelaine, Broughton in Furness, Lancashire 2

Child 3: William STABLE

Name: William STABLE
Sex: Male
Birth Jul 1749 Broughton in Furness, Lancashire
Baptism 15 Jul 1749 (age 0) St Mary Magdelaine, Broughton in Furness, Lancashire 3
Death 29 Aug 1823 (age 74) Broughton in Furness, Lancashire

Child 4: David STABLE

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      David STABLE, Broughton in Furness Syke House    
 
Name: David STABLE
Sex: Male
Spouse: Nelly DENNY (1760-1833)
Birth 1756 Broughton in Furness, Lancashire
Occupation Fellmonger, Tanner and Skinner
Land dealings (1) 1796 (age 39-40) Premises: Closes near Broughton called Smithy Lands, The Toscolme, The Drained Moss and The Lowmoss, The Ladymire (on the west side of the new road to Hawthwaite), with appurtenances. 4
Land dealings (2) 1796 (age 39-40) Market House, Broughton in Furness, Lancashire 5
Death 23 Jan 1829 (age 72-73) Sykehouse, Broughton in Furness, Lancashire

Additional Information

Land dealings (1) Counterpart Lease 1 December 1796 BD Broughton/8/18/2 1796

These documents are held at Cumbria Record Office, Barrow

Contents:
1. John Cookson Gilpin Sawrey of Broughton Tower, Lancashire, esquire.
2. John Postlethwaite of Broughton, Lancashire, tanner. David Stable of the same place, skinner.
Robert Johnson of Broughton aforesaid, grocer.
Premises: Closes near Broughton called Smithy Lands, The Toscolme, The Drained Moss and The Lowmoss, The Ladymire (on the west side of the new road to Hawthwaite), with appurtenances.
Term: 7 years.
Rent: 52. 18. 0.
Covenants listed.
Witnesses: Ric'd. Towers, Stephen Barker.

Child 5: Matthew STABLE

Name: Matthew STABLE
Sex: Male
Birth Nov 1758 Town End, Broughton in Furness, Lancashire 6
Baptism 4 Nov 1758 (age 0) St Mary Magdelaine, Broughton in Furness, Lancashire
Land dealings 1805 (age 46-47) Broughton in Furness, Lancashire 7
Occupation 1805 (age 46-47) Yeoman
Death 1806 (age 47-48) Broughton in Furness, Lancashire 8

Additional Information

Death Alive in 1805, dies before 1807

Child 6: Robert STABLE

Name: Robert STABLE
Sex: Male
Birth 1760 Town End, Broughton in Furness, Lancashire
Baptism 29 Dec 1760 (age 0) St Mary Magdelaine, Broughton in Furness, Lancashire 9

Child 7: Joseph STABLE

Name: Joseph STABLE
Sex: Unknown
Birth 1754 Torver, Lancashire

Sources

1"St John the Baptist, Ulpha parish register". Cit. Date: 1743. Assessment: Primary evidence.
Text From Source: Presella dau of William Stable
2"St Mary Magdelaine, Broughton in Furness, Lancashire Parish Register". Cit. Date: 1746. Assessment: Primary evidence.
Text From Source: 11 May 1746 John son of William Stable
3Ibid. Cit. Date: 15 July 1746. Assessment: Primary evidence.
Text From Source: 15 Jul 1746 William son of William Stable
4"National Archives Website". Assessment: Primary evidence.
Text From Source: Counterpart Lease 1 December 1796 BD Broughton/8/18/2 1796

These documents are held at Cumbria Record Office, Barrow

Contents:
1. John Cookson Gilpin Sawrey of Broughton Tower, Lancashire, esquire.
2. John Postlethwaite of Broughton, Lancashire, tanner. David Stable of the same place, skinner.
Robert Johnson of Broughton aforesaid, grocer.
Premises: Closes near Broughton called Smithy Lands, The Toscolme, The Drained Moss and The Lowmoss, The Ladymire (on the west side of the new road to Hawthwaite), with appurtenances.
Term: 7 years.
Rent: 52. 18. 0.
Covenants listed.
Witnesses: Ric'd. Towers, Stephen Barker.
5Ibid. Text From Source: ease 15 April 1790 BD Broughton/8/24/7 1790

These documents are held at Cumbria Record Office, Barrow

Contents:
1. John Cookson Gilpin Sawrey of Broughton Tower, Lancashire, esquire.
2. David Stable of Sykehouse, Broughton, Lancashire, skinner.
Premises: Upstairs rooms in the east end of the Market house in Broughton.
Term: 7 years.
Rent: 1. 11. 0.
Covenants listed.
Witness: Jn. Robinson.
6"St Mary Magdelaine, Broughton in Furness, Lancashire Parish Register".
7"National Archives Website". Cit. Date: 1805. Assessment: Primary evidence.
Text From Source: These documents are held at Cumbria Record Office, Barrow


Related information: See BD TB 13/5/23.

Contents:
Conveyance 15 February 1805.
1. Matthew Stable of Broughton, Lancashire, yeoman.
2. Richard Latham of Broughton, Thomas Walker of Rusland Hall and Henry Shaw of Ulverston, gentlemen.
3. John Wylde of Sykehouse, near Broughton, tanner.
Premises: of all privileges of digging and carting away away peat and turf on Hathwaite Moss, previously held by Matthew Stable now accorded to John Wylde.
Consideration: 20 + yearly rent of 1d to lord of manor.
Witnesses: Joseph Turner, George Latham.
8Ibid. Cit. Date: 1805. Assessment: Secondary evidence.
9"St Mary Magdelaine, Broughton in Furness, Lancashire Parish Register". Cit. Date: 29 December 1760. Assessment: Primary evidence.
Text From Source: 29 Dec 1760 Robert son of William Stable Town End