genealogy of Patty Rose

 

 


Genealogy of Patty Rose


Name Rev. George* LIVESLEY
Birth 7 Dec 1805, Northwich, Davenham, Cheshire, England14
Death 22 Apr 1870, Milford, Seward, Nebraska14
Father Samuel* LIVESLEY (1776-1827)
Mother Elizabeth* HORTON (1774-1850)
Marriage 5 Feb 1830, St John, Chester, England14
Spouse Esther* WADDELL
Birth 14 Nov 1802, Great Neston [Wirral], Cheshire, England14
Death 27 Sep 1895, Yakima, Yakima, Washington14
Father Capt. Robert* WADDELL (~1762-<1833)
Mother Mary* JORDAN (1762-<1833)
Children:
1 M Samuel LIVESLEY
Birth 25 Dec 1830, Leftwich, Cheshire, England14
Death 9 Sep 1920, Yakima, Yakima, Washington14
Spouse Margaret "Ellen" MADDOCK
Marriage 18 May 1854, Great Budworth, Cheshire, England14
2 M John LIVESLEY
Birth 20 Jul 1832, Northwich, Davenham, Cheshire, England14
Death bef 1841, England14
3 F Mary LIVESLEY
Birth 14 Nov 1833, Northwich, Davenham, Cheshire, England14
Death 23 Feb 1904, Akron, Summit, Ohio14
Spouse Martin Luther COOPER
Marriage 28 Aug 1859, Reedsburg, Sauk, Wisconsin14
4 F Elizabeth LIVESLEY
Birth 13 Aug 1835, Leftwich, Cheshire, England14
Death abt 1841, England14
5 M George LIVESLEY Jr.
Birth 20 Apr 1837, Castle Northwich, Davenham, Cheshire, England14
Death 10 Nov 1916, Bend, Deschutes, Oregon14
Spouse 1st wife of George Livesley
Marriage abt 1865, Ironton, Sauk, Wisconsin14
Spouse Mary Elizabeth BIRGE
Marriage 30 May 1872, Milford, Seward, Nebraska14
6 M Thomas LIVESLEY
Birth 6 Mar 1839, Davenham, Cheshire, England14
Death 17 May 1917, Milwaukee, Milwaukee, Wisconsin14
Spouse Susan Ann ACHER
Marriage 1866, Columbus, Franklin, Ohio14
7 M William Lamb* LIVESLEY
Birth 12 Jan 1841, Northwich, Davenham, Cheshire, England14
Death 20 Feb 1931, Retsil, Kitsap, Washington14
Spouse Mary* TAYLOR
Marriage 27 Sep 1866, Baraboo, Sauk, Wisconsin14
Spouse Nancy M. PICKETT
Marriage 5 Jan 1921, Seattle, King, Washington14
8 F Betsy O'Kell LIVESLEY
Birth 6 Mar 1843, Cleveland Cayahoga, Ohio
Death 20 Mar 1869, Ironton, Sauk, Wisconsin
Spouse William STANSFIELD
Marriage 7 May 1865, Ironton, Sauk, Wisconsin14
9 M Alfred LIVESLEY
Birth 21 Dec 1847, Castle Northwich, Davenham, Cheshire, England14
Death 13 Jun 1929, San Luis Obisbo, California14
Spouse Emily O'KEEFE
Marriage 7 Dec 1874, Milford, Seward, Nebraska14
Spouse Anna Etta COOLIDGE
Marriage 14 Mar 1912, Pasco, Franklin, Washington14
Notes for Rev. George* LIVESLEY
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CENSUS:

1851 Castle Northwich census
George LIVESLEY, H., M., 45, Farmer of 30 Acres, 1 Labourer, b. Cheshire, Davenham
Esther LIVESLEY, Wife, 48, b. Cheshire, Neston
Mary LIVESLEY, Dtr., 17, Farmerís Daughter, b. Cheshire, Davenham
Thomas LIVESLEY, Son, 12, Scholar, b. Cheshire, Davenham
William LIVESLEY, Son, 10, Scholar, b. Cheshire, Davenham
Betsy Okell LIVESLEY, Dtr., 8, Scholar, b. U.S., Ohio, North America
Alfred LIVESLEY, Son, 3, At Home, b. Cheshire, Castle Northwich
Henry LIVESLEY, Brother, -, 40, Annuitant, b. Cheshire, Hartford
Ann WILLIAMS, Servant, 14, House Servant, b. Cheshire, Weaverham

16 Jul 1860 Marston, Sauk, WI census [ref 11:1429-97(697)]
32 806 733 LIVESEY, G. 54 farmer 350,100 England
Esther 58 England
Wm. 19 England
Alfred 12 farmer England

29 Jun 1870 Beaver Creek precinct, Milford P O, Seward NE census [ref 11:403a]
39 104 104 LIVESLY, Geo. Sr. 71 farmer, minister 500,-- England
Esther 73 keeping house England
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14 Nov 1802 christend in Neston, Cheshire, England [ref 14]
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1851 Northwich Eng, age 48
1860 Marston WI, age 58
1870 Milford NE, 73
1800 not found
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OBIT from The Yakima Herald 3 Oct 1895:
An Aged Lady's Death

Mrs. E. W. Livesley, who died in this city on Friday last, September 27th, was perhaps one of the oldest, if not the oldest woman in the state of Washington. She died of old age, at the home of her son, Mr. Geo. Livelsey, who kindly furnishes The Herald the following brief facts concerning the aged lady's long life:

E. W. Livesley, daughter of Captain Waddle, was born in Liverpool, England, 1798. The last she heard of her father, he sailed in command of a new merchant vessel during the Napoleon wars, and the vessel was supposed to have been lost at sea. She had an elder brother, an officer on board of the war vessel Bellerophon, under Lord Nelson; his vessel had taken many prizes during the war, but like his father, the family looked in vain for him to return. During former wars an accurate list of the lost was difficult to obtain. Mother removed to City Chester, Cheshire county, famous for its stone wall around the city; here she lived with a Mr. Brown, a merchant in the dry goods business, and was a trusted saleswoman until her marriage to George Livesley, of Castle Hill, Northwich, Cheshire, and resided on the estate until about 1841, when my father took passage with his family of six children for the west. After a tedious voyage we arrived in New York. Father had supplied himself with plenty of goods, thinking the far west then a wilderness; but on Lake Erie the anxiety of my parents nearly terminated fatally. One night while opposite Cleveland another vessel ran into ours, the latter began to sink and would have done so had not the vessels got entangled. Father and Mother grouped their children together and passed them onto the other vessel. My younger brother was missing when the roll was called. Father went down again and heard the cries of Brother William. The water had wakened him up; soon all were transferred, but without clothing. The sailors had orders to cut away, and down went the vessel and all worldly goods, excepting the money Father carried in his belt.

This ended our western voyage, for Father bought a piece of land about thirty miles from Cleveland, and lived but a few years there. Father and Mother had both been active citizens and soon found plenty of friends, and we all soon felt at home. Business soon called my father back again to the old estate in England, where we all resided for about six years. We returned to the United States in 1857. We visited at Cleveland, and after one year moved to Wisconsin and then to Nebraska, where father died, Mother then making her home with me. After living ten years in Nebraska, I moved in the spring of 1880 to Sumner, Pierce Co., Washington. Mother stood the journey well, and soon made hosts of friends. She was a member of the Presbyterian Church. In the fall of 1889 we moved to North Yakima, returning to Orting, and back to North Yakima in 1895. Always looking on the bright side of life, a faithful Christian who was always contented wherever her lot was cast, Mother has gone to her rest at the age of very nearly 98 years."

The remains were interred on Saturday at 2 p.m., Rev. Rose conducting the ceremonies.
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