Spencer Family Tree of Ted & Barbara Spencer

Joseph Williams

Bay Horse Inn, Main Street, Cherry Burton. The residence of Joseph & Jane Williams and family on 1861 census.

Pic circa 2004

 

 

1825

Opening of the first public/passenger carrying railway from Stockton to Darlington. It’s first train pulled by George Stephenson’s “Locomotion”

 

 

 

1863-68

The new building for the Leeds General Infirmary was constructed in Great George Street to the design of  Sir Gilbert Scott

 

 

 

1870

The Education Act: Schooling compulsory for all children between the ages of 5 and 13

 

 

b: abt 1828
bp: 5 Oct 1828, St Michael’s Church, Cherry Burton, East Yorkshire
Parents:
John Williams & Mary Williams (nee Witty)

occ: Agricultural labourer
d: JuneQ. 1881, Pocklington, East Yorkshire (ag.51)

Known Siblings: (All born in Cherry Burton)
* Martha (bp. 1825)
* George (bp. 1826)

* Margaret (b. 1830)

* Williams (b. 1835)
* John & Mary (twins?) (bp.1838)
* Mary Jane (b. 1840)
* John (b. 1843)


m: 25 January 1859, Primitive Methodist Chapel,

Great Driffield, E/Yks

 

Sp: JANE ELIZABETH NICHOLSON

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Children:
* Elizabeth Pears Nicholson/Williams

(1854, Burnby, E/Yks)
* John Williams (1860, Cherry Burton)
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William Craven WILLIAMS                      (b. 14 July 1862, Cherry Burton)
* Mary Williams (1864, Pocklington)
* Margaret Ann Williams (1867, Burnby)
* George Williams (1869, Pocklington)
* Emma Williams (1873, Pocklington)