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Mary BEEVERS
Female servant of Selby, Yorkshire
Ancestors
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Simeonis BEEVERS
~1669 - ~1754
of Almondbury, Yorkshire
Daniel BEEVERS
bap.1712 - ~1762
of Almondbury, Yorkshire
 
George BEEVERS
bap.1756 - ~1817
Cordwainer of Royston, Yorkshire
 
George BEEVERS
bap.1783 - ~1846
Hostler of Hemsworth, Pontefract, Yorkshire
 
Jonas COPLEY
bap.1716 - bur.1778
Labourer of Cawthorne, Barnsley, Yorkshire
Hannah COPLEY
bap.1755 - 1803
of Darton, Barnsley, Yorkshire
 
Martha MYERS
~1716 - ~1791
of Emley, Huddersfield, Yorkshire
Charles BEEVERS
bap.1810 - 1872
Groom of Hemsworth, Pontefract, Yorkshire
 
Thomas BEETHAM
1754 - ~1817
of Badsworth, Pontefract, Yorkshire
Sarah BEETHAM
1784 - ~1867
of Hemsworth, Pontefract, Yorkshire
 
Susanna WILSON
1754 - ~1817
of Wrangbrook, Pontefract, Yorkshire
Mary BEEVERS
bap.1834 - ~1883
Female servant of Selby, Yorkshire
 
Richard MARSH
~1719 - ~1794
Joiner of Pontefract, Yorkshire
Miles MARSH
bap.1765 - ~1831
Bricklayer and stonemason of Wakefield, Yorkshire
 
Frances JACKSON
~1719 - bur.1794
of Kingston Upon Hull, Yorkshire
Hannah MARSH
1810 - 1839
of Selby, Yorkshire
 
Mary RUSSELL
~1772 - ~1857
of Yorkshire
Spouses and Descendants
Generations
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Mary BEEVERS
bap.1834 - ~1883
Female servant of Selby, Yorkshire
Narrative and Notes

Mary BEEVERS was born in 1834. Her mother died when Mary was an infant. In 1851 she is working as a female servant to Thomas Varley a farmer.

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Date
Age*
Event
Place
21 Sep 1834
8
Baptism 
Selby, Yorkshire
1839
13
Death of mother Hannah MARSH 
Selby, Yorkshire
7 Jun 1841
15
Census 
Burn, Yorkshire
7 Jun 1841
15
Occupation: Female servant 
Burn, Yorkshire
25 Nov 1851
25
Marriage of brother George James BEEVERS and Dinah CLAYTON 
Brayton, Selby, Yorkshire
9 Jul 1872
46
Death of father Charles BEEVERS 
 

A form of gangrene occurring particularly in old people, and usually caused by insufficient blood supply due to degeneration of the walls of the smaller arteries.

 
Union Workhouse, Selby, Yorkshire
23 Dec 1892
66
Death of brother George James BEEVERS 
10 Hague Terrace, Orange St, Nottingham, Nottinghamshire
Documented age, Calculated age, Estimated age
Citations
1 - FamilySearch International Genealogical Index

Reprinted by permission. Copyright © 1999-2002 by Intellectual Reserve, Inc

Author: LDS. Publishing Info: This information has been reproduced with explicit permission of LDS

MARY BEVERS

Female

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Event(s):

Christening: 21 SEP 1834 Selby, Yorkshire, England

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Parents:

Father: CHARLES BEVERS

Mother: HANNAH

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Source Information:

Batch No.: Dates: Source Call No.: Type: Printout Call No.: Type:

109001 1813 - 1860 0991089, 0991090 Film 6911221 Film

Sheet: 00

2 - Selby Minster Church Records

LDS Microfilm

BAPTISMS solemnized in the Parish of Selby in the County of York in the Year one thousand eight hundred and thirty four

When baptized - Child's Christian Name - Parents Name - Abode - Quality, Trade or Profession - By whom the Ceremony was performed

183 April 5 - Mary daur of Charles & Hannah Bevers - Selby - Horse-keeper - J. Muncaster, Incumbt.

3 - UK 1841 Census - 7th June 1841

Note: Ages of adults were often rounded down to nearest 5 years. For example, a recorded age of 25 implies an age of between 25 and 29.

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Thos Varley - 35 - Farmer - Y

Mary Beaves - 15 - F.S. - Y

4 - Beevers - Clayton 1851

1851 Marriage solemnized at after banns in the Parish of Brayton in the County of York

No: 166

When married - November 25th 1851

Name and Surname - Age - Condition - Rank or Profession - Residence at the time of marriage - Father's name and surname - Rank or Profession of father

George Beevers - Of full age - Bachelor - Farmer's Servant - Both of Thorpe in this Parish - Chas Beevers - Groom

Dinah Clayton - A minor - Spinster - Both of Thorpe in this Parish - Wm Clayton - Woodman

Married in the Parish Church according to the Rites and Ceremonies of the Established Church by _____ or after Banns by me Richd Paver: Vicar

This marriage was solemnized between us: George Beevers, Dinah Clayton in the Presence of us, Sarah Clayton, Samuel Laycock

5 - Charles Beevers 1872

Certified Copy of an Entry of Death

1872 Death in the Sub-District of Selby in the County of York

No - When and where died - Sex - Age - Occupation - Cause of death - Signature, description and residence of informant - When registered - Signature of registrar

388 - Ninth July 1872, Union Workhouse, Selby - Charles Beevers - Male - 63 years - Formerly Groom lately Labourer - Gangrena [senalis] Certified - Maria Pidd, present at Death, Union Workhouse, Selby - Eleventh July 1872 - Richard Shipman, Registrar

6 - George Beevers 1892

Certified Copy of an Entry of Death

1892 Death in the Sub-District of Nottingham South East in the County of Nottingham

No - When and where died - Sex - Age - Occupation - Cause of death - Signature, description and residence of informant - When registered - Signature of registrar

118 - Twenty Third December 1892, 10 Hague Terrace, Orange Street, USD - George Beevers - Male - 60 years - Railway Servant - Chronic Bronchitis, Certified by C.R.Davidson - Mary Archer, present at the death, 9 Napoleon Terrace, Bell Street, Nottingham - Twenty Fourth December 1892 - William Marriot Registrar

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