Spencer Family Tree of Ted & Barbara Spencer

Lucy Ann Teale

This photograph of Frederick Teale (1835-1902), brother of Lucy Ann Teale, reproduced with kind permission of Robin Gill.

HISTORICAL TIMELINE

b: 23 June 1842, Batley, W/Yks
Parents:
Jeremiah Teale & Martha Teale (nee Parker)

d: 24 August 1914, Batley (Dewsbury Registration District)

(Probate: Wakefield 710-1914)

(Extract from “The Teale Family” by Robin Gill:

“Lucy Ann, I am told, taught all the family (Robert, Frederick, Martha, Bibby) at her small private school. She was a school teacher and music teacher. She also did the most beautiful tapestry work, especially historical pictures. She did the tapestry of Mary Queen of Scots giving up her crown.”)

Known Siblings: (b Batley)
* Thomas (1829); Robert (1832); Frederick (1835)

 

m: 26 May 1860, All Saints Church, Batley

 

Sp: Page SPENCER

 

 

 

 

 

 


Children: (all b Batley/Batley Carr)
* Charles Robert Spencer (1861)
* Susan Parker Spencer (1864)

* Edith Spencer (1866-1866)
* Lucy Spencer (1867)

* Frederick SPENCER (b. 21 April 1871, Batley Carr)

 

 

 

1842

Prime Minister, Sir Richard Peel, pushed through the Mines Act, forbidding the employment of women and children in the mines

 

 

 

1843

A huge hail storm, with thunder and tornadoes, devastated the Midlands

 

 

 

1860

First horse-drawn street tram introduced in Birkenhead, Lancs

 

 

 

1904

Thomas Sullivan of New York invents the teabag