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Family Subtree Diagram : Brereton, Ada+Joseph Shipley

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By 1901 Joseph is married to Ada (Brereton) (1899) and living in Birkenhead at 32 Camden Street.  Joseph is a railway points maker and Ada a dressmaker working from home.

In 1902 he became licensee of the White Lion, Childer Thornton and in 1908 had moved to the Wynnstay Arms, Birkenhead.  John and Eliza Brereton had the White Lion in 1911

n 1940 he was Birkenhead Brewery’s oldest serving tenant. In 1912 he became a member of the Lower Bebington U.D.C representing Park Ward.  He was defeated in March 1922.
Founder member of the Riverside and the James Thompson Masonic Lodges. 
Former President of the Bromborough Old Age Pensioners’ Association.
Original organiser of the New Ferry fancy dress walking race and organised fancy dress football matches every Boxing Day.
Presented the Shipley Knock-out Challenge cup for Junior football.

Joseph aged 64 (a financier on departure and licensee on arrival) and Ada of 51 New Chester Rd, New Ferry departed 22 April 1939 to New York on Cunard's Britannica, arriving back at Liverpool on 8 May on the Scythia.
1913 - 1989 Winifred (Winnie) May Shipley 76 76 1901 - 1980 James Barr 79 79 James's parents were James Barr (b. 1868, Bonhill, Dunbartonshire, Scotland) and Margaret Mooney (1877-1962) James Douglas Gordon Barr Elizabeth Anne Barr ~1914 - 1979 Norman Douglas H Shipley 65 65 Married Lesley STOTT in 1945.
They had two sons (one deceased) and one daughter.
1916 - 1994 Ada Jackson Shipley 78 78 Married Neville ROOT in 1936.
They had two sons (one deceased) and one daughter.
1902 - 1982 Esther Shipley 80 80 Esther was probably named after her grandmother, Esther Eddowes.

She married Sidney GRAHAM in 1924.
They had one son and one daughter.
1905 - 1955 Annie (Nancy) Shipley 50 50 Married John EBBITT in 1935. 1908 - 1993 Joseph Gordon Shipley 84 84 Married Mary FLATHER in 1936.
They had one son John, and one daughter Johanna.
1840 - 1910 William Shipley 69 69 Catherine Shipley had an illegitimate son William born on the 28th June 1840 at St Marylebone Workhouse. Catherine married John Banister in 1843 (13 Nov at St Michaels, Lichfield volume 17 page 99).  They had 6 further surviving children.  The family in 1851 lived at Fishwick Staffs. where John was a farm labourer.  By 1861 they had moved to the parish of Weeford.  William can be found to be a soldier at the 1Kent Second Chatham Depot Battalion, Chatham Barracks No1 Gillingham Medway. In 1871 no record can be found for William but the Banister family John, Catherine, Edward and Arthur are still in Weeford.

1881 William now married to Sarah Hunt (1873) have 5 children and living at Tamworth Road Farm Cottages Freeford.

1891 William and Sarah now live at Tamworth Lodge with the four youngest children.  William can be found to be a footman at Freeford Hall for Richard and Matilda Burnaby.  Joseph (17) is a general servant at Kings Bromley. Eventually he arrived in Birkenhead and probably worked as a footman for William Jackson of the Manor House.
1901 William and Sarah are still at Freeford with children Annie and Edward. Alice is a domestic servant in Toxteth.
1851 - 1916 Sarah Hunt 65 65 Sarah's parents were Joseph and Rachel 1873 William Shipley 1877 Annie Shipley 1878 Alice M Shipley 1880 - 1893 Arthur Shipley 13 13 1883 (Ellen) Mary Jane Shipley 1884 Emily Shipley 1886 Edward Shipley 1902 - 1982 Sidney Graham 80 80 1907 - 1957 John Joseph Ebbitt 50 50 1913 - 2004 Mary Flather 91 91 1924 - 1999 Cynthia Pearson Lesley Stott 74 74 Cynthia's parents were Herbert Pearson Stott (.1890) and Jessie Carter (b.1895) 1910 - 1994 Neville Ernest A Root 84 84 Norman S Graham Elizabeth M Graham Johanna M Shipley John D J Shipley Norman G Shipley Josephine A Shipley Gordon J D Shipley Neville D Root John B Root Jane E Root
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