The History of the Family of Drury

Richard Lilley1825

Name
Richard Lilley
Given names
Richard
Surname
Lilley
Birth about 1825 40 34
Baptism of a brotherJames Lilley
February 26, 1826 (Age 13 months)
Baptism of a brotherGeorge Lilley
December 30, 1827 (Age 2 years)
Baptism of a sisterMary Elizabeth Lilley
November 29, 1829 (Age 4 years)
Baptism of a sisterCaroline Lilley
November 18, 1832 (Age 7 years)
Baptism of a sisterFrances Chresia Lilley
December 25, 1834 (Age 9 years)
Census June 6, 1841 (Age 16 years)
Address: Leigh Row
Death of a brotherEdward Lilley
between January 1845 and March 1845 (Age 20 years)
Death of a brotherJames Lilley
between April 1845 and June 1845 (Age 20 years)
MarriageMary StokesView this family
between April 1848 and June 1848 (Age 23 years)
Birth of a daughter
#1
Hannah Lilley
about 1849 (Age 24 years)
Census March 30, 1851 (Age 26 years)
Address: Moss Street
Birth of a son
#2
John E Lilley
about 1854 (Age 29 years)
Marriagejane ArmfieldView this family
between July 1860 and September 1860 (Age 35 years)
Census April 7, 1861 (Age 36 years)
Address: Astley Street
Death of a motherBarbara Stephens
between January 1867 and March 1867 (Age 42 years)
Deathyes

Family with parents - View this family
father
mother
Marriage: November 12, 1815Mersham, Kent, England
3 years
elder sister
2 years
elder brother
Edward Lilley
Baptism: December 10, 1820 35 29Mersham, Kent, England
Death: between January 1845 and March 1845Stockport, Cheshire, England
16 months
elder brother
4 years
himself
14 months
younger brother
James Lilley
Baptism: February 26, 1826 41 35Mersham, Kent, England
Death: between April 1845 and June 1845Ashton under Lyne, Lancashire, England
22 months
younger brother
23 months
younger sister
3 years
younger sister
2 years
younger sister
Father’s family with Elizabeth - View this family
father
step-mother
Marriage:
Family with Mary Stokes - View this family
himself
wife
Marriage: between April 1848 and June 1848Manchester, Lancashire, England
21 months
daughter
6 years
son
Family with jane Armfield - View this family
himself
wife
Marriage: between July 1860 and September 1860Ashton under Lyne, Lancashire, England

Census

1841 England - Census transcript - John Lilley - Household Leigh Row, Chorley, Lancashire, England

Name AgeM AgeF Occupation BiC SIF
John Lilley 60 Railway labourer n
Barbara Lilley 45 n
Edward Lilley 20 Railway labourer n
John Lilley 15 Weaver n
Richard Lilley 15 n
James Lilley 15 n
George Lilley 13 n
Caroline Lilley 9 n
Frances Lilley 5 n
Census

1851 England - Census transcript - John Lilley - Household Moss Street, Ashton under Lyne, Lancashire, England

Name Relation Condition AgeM AgeF Occupation Birthplace Infirm
John Lilley head Mar 66 Quack doctor Kent
Barbery Lilley wife Mar 60 Crundale. Kent
George Lilley son Unm 20 Cotton weaver (power) Brook, Kent
Caroline Lilley daughter Unm 17 Dress maker (app) Brook, Kent
Frances Lilley daughter Unm 15 Cotton weaver (power) Brook, Kent
John Lilley son Mar 28 Cotton weaver (power) Whyle, Kent
Sarah Lilley wife Mar 25 Cotton weaver (power) Yorkshire
Harriett Lilley niece Unm 4 Ashton under Lyne, Lancashire
Hannah Maria Lilley niece Unm 2 Ashton under Lyne, Lancashire
Richard Lilley son Mar 26 Cotton weaver (power) Whyle, Kent
Mary Lilley wife Mar 35 Card room hand - cotton Ashton under Lyne, Lancashire
Hannah Lilley daughter Unm 2 Ashton under Lyne, Lancashire
Census

1861 England - Census transcript - Barbara Lilley- Household Astley Street, Dukinfield, Ashton under Lyne, Cheshire, England

Name Relation Condition AgeM AgeF Occupation Birthplace Infirm
Barbara Lilley head Wid 67 Coal miner (sic) Crundale. Kent
Richard Lilley son Mar 35 Cotton weaver Brook, Kent
Jane Lilley daughter in law Mar 33 Cotton weaver Crompton, Cheshire
Caroline Lilley daughter Unm 28 Cotton weaver Brook, Kent
Hannah Lilley granddaughter Unm 13 Cotton weaver Ashton under Lyne, Lancashire
John E Lilley grandson Unm 7 Cotton weaver Ashton under Lyne, Lancashire

I think this enumerator had a bad day. It is very difficult to read and some of the information is very dubious