On this day the 21st September 1856 (154 years ago) my great great grand father’s younger sister was born. Mary Frances Davey was one of nine children to Isaac William Davey (b.1821) and Ann ‘Nancy’ Le Breton (b.1827). Her siblings in order of age were: Isaac, William, Ann E., Esther, Cecelia, James, Mathilda and Selina.
Here is Mary’s Timeline and what I have found out do far:
1856 - Mary is born in St. Helier, Jersey, Channel Islands.
1861 - Mary (age 5) is living with her family at 14 Lempriere Street. Her father Isaac W. Davey is a ‘ships carpenter’ (age 40), mother Ann (age 35), siblings Isaac W. Davey -’ scholar’ (age 9), William – ‘scholar’ (age 8), Ann E. – ‘scholar’ (age 7), Ester (age 3).
1871 - Mary \9age 15) is a ‘scholar’ living with her family at 14 Lempriere St. Her father Isaac is a ’Shipwright’, her mother Ann is ‘Tavern Keeper’, her siblings are as follows: Isaac – ‘Shipwright’, William – ‘Masons Labourer’, Ann – ‘Apprentice Tailoress’ and the others, Esther, Cecelia, Mathilda, Selina are at school or at home.
1881 - Mary (age 25) is living in St. Helier, Jersey with her husband Albert Moon – a ‘Master Baker’ and her children: Mary E. (age 4), Albert W. (age 3) and Cecile.
1891 - Mary (age 35) is living at 70 New Street, Jersey with her husband Albert – a ‘Baker’, and her children: Mary, Albert, Cecelia, Lilian, Levinia, Hilda and Reginald.
1901 - Mary (age 45) is living at 70 New Street, Jersey with her husband Albert – a Baker, and children: Albert – Baker, Cecelia & Lilian – Dressmakers, Hilda, Reginald, Elsie and Henery.
I have yet to find Mary in the 1911 Census, but when I do I will update this post.