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Ches11 - Descendants of Robert Hulley who was baptised at St Michael's church Ashton under Lyne on 29 July 1706

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18. Robert Hulley

1773 - born - this date has been computed from age at death - see burial entry below.

1781 30 Apr - baptised at High Street Presbyterian church Stockport: Robert Hooly s. of Robert &
Sarah (IGI).

1800 10 Feb - father made Will: Will of ROBERT HULLEY of STOCKPORT 1801
This is the last Will AND TESTAMENT of me ROBERT HULLEY of Stockport in the
County of Chester Hatter made and published this Tenth day of February in the year of
our Lord One thousand and eight hundred in manner and form following, (that is to
say) First I order and direct all my just debts and Funeral and Testamentary charges to
be paid by my Executors hereinafter named out of my Personal Estate which I do
hereby subject and charge with the payment thereof accordingly I Give devise and
bequeath All Those my four several Messuages or Dwellinghouses Hatt Shop and
Outhouse with the Land and other the Appurtenances thereunto respectively belonging
situate standing and being in Canal Street in Stockport aforesaid, And also all and
every my Household and other Goods and Furniture Chattles and Implements in trade
and all other my Estate and Effects of what nature and kind soever and the Rents
Issues and Profits thereof and of every part thereof to my dear and loving Wife SARAH
and her Assigns for and during the term of her natural life without arising any wilful or
voluntary waste to the same and keeping the same in good and tenantable repair and
Condition and paying the Interest of the sum of One Hundred and twenty Pounds and
also paying all and every encumbrances thereupon during the said Term of her natural
life (Save and except the said Principal Sum of One Hundred and Twenty Pounds
which I borrowed of JOHN HUTCHINSON of Stockport aforesaid Hatter), AND from and
immediately after her decease I give devise and bequeath The said Four several
Messuages or Dwellinghouses Hatt Shop and Outhouse with the Land and other the
Appurtenances thereunto respectively belonging And also all and every my Household
and other Goods and Furniture Chattles and Implements in trade and all other my
Estate and Effects of what nature and kind soever Unto my Two Friends SAMUEL
SLACK of Stockport aforesaid Tailor and PETER WALKER of Stockport aforesaid
Bricklayer their Heirs and Assigns for ever Upon Trust NEVERTHELESS that they my
said Trustees and the Survivors of them his Heirs or Assigns shall and do as soon as
convenient maybe after the decease of my said Wife SARAH make sale and absolutely
dispose of the said Four several Messuages or Dwellinghouses Hatt Shop and
Outhouse with the Land and other the Appurtenances thereunto respectively belonging
and all other my Personal Estate and Effects of what nature and kind soever either
together or in Parcels and by Public Auction or by Private Sale as to my said Trustees
shall seem meet and for the best price and prices and most money that can or may be
reasonably gotten for the same UPON which sale or sales and the Conveyance and
Conveyances to be made in pursuance thereof the receipt and receipts of my said
Trustees and the Survivor of them his Heirs or Assigns shall be a good discharge and
good discharges to the Purchaser or Purchasers of the said Four several Messuages
or Dwellinghouses Hatt Shop and Outhouse with the Land and other the
Appurtenances thereunto respectively belonging and all other my Estate and Effects
respectively for his her or their purchase money or monies and such purchaser or
purchasers shall not afterwards be answerable for the same or for the misapplication
or nonapplication thereof AND as to the money to arise by sale of the said Four several
Messuages or Dwellinghouses Hatt Shop and Outhouse with the Land and other the
Appurtenances thereunto respectively belonging and all other my Estate and Effects
hereinbefore Devised to be sold, I do hereby order and direct my said Trustees and the
Survivor of them his Heirs or Assigns that they shall place and continue the money
arising from such Sale upon such Securities as they or the Survivor of them his Heirs
Executors or Administrators shall judge prudent and from time to time call in the same
and change such Security or securities and pay and apply the interest arising
therefrom in the maintenance education and bringing up of my Children until he she or
they shall attain the age of twenty one years, AND I do hereby order and direct my said
Trustees to pay apply and divide I also give devise and bequeath the same unto and
amongst my Four Children, namely JAMES, ROBERT, HANNAH and SARAH and the
issue of such of them as shall be then dead leaving issue (such issue nevertheless to
take only such share or shares as the Parent of Parents of such issue could if living
have taken) and their respective Heirs and Assigns equally share and share alike
which said sums of money or any part thereof shall not be subject to the controls debts
or engagements of either of my said two Daughters Husbands and which my said two
Daughters receipts only (notwithstanding their Coverture) shall from time to time be a
sufficient discharge and discharges to my said Executors, And I do hereby nominate
and appoint the said SAMUEL SLACK and PETER WALKER Executors of this my last
Will and Testament hereby revoking all former Will and Wills Codicil and Codicils by
me at any time heretofore made and declaring this only to be my last Will and
Testament, And I do hereby Will and declare that it shall and may be lawful to and for
my said Trustees and Executors out of the said Trust monies which may come to
their Hands by virtue of this my Will from time to time to deduct and retain all costs
charges and expences which they or either of them may sustain or expend (together
with a reasonable allowance or compensation for their loss of time and trouble in the
execution of the Trusts aforesaid) And that my said Trustees and Executors
respectively shall not be answerable or accountable for nay loss of monies by placing
the same in any Bank or Bankers Hands or placing the same out at Interest on
Government Security or elsewhere for safe Custody or for any other loss which may
happen without their respective wilful neglect or default nor shall the one of them be
answerable or accountable for the other of them or for the Acts Deeds receipts or
defaults of the other of them but each of them for his own Acts Deeds receipts and
Wilful defaults only, In witness whereof I the said ROBERT HULLEY the Testator have
to this my last Will and Testament set and put my hand and Seal the day and year first
within written.

His Mark
ROBERT x HULLEY

Signed sealed published and declared by the said ROBERT HULLEY the Testator as
and for his last Will and Testament in the presence of us who have hereunto
subscribed our names as Witnesses to Attest the same in the sight and presence of
the said Testator and of each other
SAMUEL BIRCH
JOSEPH CRAKE
JAM: HERBERT
(New page)

1801 24 April - Probate of father's Will granted:
The within named SAMUEL SLACK, one of the Executors herein named took the
usual Oath of an Executor (power being reserved for PETER WALKER, the other
Executors also herein named to take upon him hereof when he shall lawfully request
the same)
before me
Effects under Ten Pounds W.. BOWNE Esq.
Surrogate
Probate issued
Dated 24th April 1801

1802 10 Oct - married at St Mary's church Cheadle: Robert Hully of this Parish & Mary Jones of this
Parish married by Banns both X Wits - William Rawstones Geo. Wilson.

- dau Sarah born - see her Notes.

1806 08 Sep - son Robert born.

1806 28 Sep - son Robert baptised at St Mary's church Stockport: Robert s of Robert & Mary Hulley (Stockport) Born 8
Sep.

1827 24 Dec - son Robert married by Banns at St Mary's church Cheadle: Robert x Hulley & Mary x Lee both of this
parish Wits: Henry Smith, George Lees.

1817 - dau Mary Ann born - see her Notes.

1817 10 Dec - son William baptised at St Mary's church Stockport: William s. of Robert & Mary Hulley
Hillgate Shopkeeper.

1818 - 1818 PIGOT'S GENERAL DIRECTORY: Stockport Bakers, Flour Dealers Hully Robert,
Middle Hillgate

1819-20 - PIGOT'S GENERAL DIRECTORY: Stockport Bakers & Flour Dlrs Hully Robert, Middle
Hillgate

1820 15 Mar - dau Betsy baptised at St Mary's church Stockport: Betsy d. of Robert & Mary Hulley
Market Place Publican.

1821-22 - MANCHESTER DIRECTORY Stockport Hulley Rbt vict. Boar's Head Market place
(also in the The Stockport Biography Index)

1822-23 - PIGOT'S LONDON DIRECTORY Stockport Taverns & Public Houses Boar's Head R
Hulley, Market-pl

1823 27 Aug - dau Louisa baptised at St Mary's church Stockport: Loiusa d. of Robert & Mary Hulley
Market Place Publican.

1824 - BAINES AND PARSONS GENERAL LANCASHIRE DIRECTORY Stockport Hotels, Inns
&c Boar's Head, Rt. Hulley, Market place

1824-25 - MANCHESTER DIRECTORY Stockport Hulley Rbt vict. Boar's Head Market place
(also in the The Stockport Biography Index)

1824-25 - BAINES DIRECTORY Vol II Stockport Hotels, Inns etc Boar's Head, Rbt Hulley Market
Place

1825 5 Oct - dau Harriet baptised at St Mary's church Stockport: Harriet d. of Robert & Mary Hulley
Market Place Publican.

1828-29 - PIGOT'S GENERAL DIRECTORY Stockport Taverns & Public Houses Boar's Head,
Robt Hulley, Market pl

1829 24 Jan - Made Will: WILL of ROBERT HULLEY of Stockport
This is the last Will and Testament of me ROBERT HULLEY of Stockport in the County of Chester
Publican made this twenty fourth day of January in the year of our Lord One thousand eight hundred and
twenty nine as follows I order all my just Debts and funeral and Testamentary expences to be paid out of
my Personal Estate except all and every the Debt or Debts that I owe upon mortgage of my real Estate
and which Debt or Debts I charge expressly upon my real Estate and hereby expressly exempt my
Personal Estate from the payments thereof I give and bequeath all my Personal Estate and Effects
whatsoever and wheresoever unto my dear Wife MARY ANN and my Friend EDWARD TURNER of
Stockport Tallow Chandler upon Trust to permit and suffer my said Wife to use and enjoy the same
Personal Estate and Effects for and during her natural life for her own maintenance and the maintenance
education and bringing up of my children until they shall attain the age of twenty one years and upon
their attaining that age upon Trust to divide the same unto and equally amongst my said wife and my
said Children respectively and in case any of my said Children shall die before receiving their share of
my said Personal Estate and Effects leaving issue I give such issue the share or shares of their
respective parent or parents so dying.
I give and devise all my Real Estate ( subject to the payment of my Mortgage Debt or Debts thereon) to
my said wife MARY ANN and my said Friend EDWARD TURNER and their Heirs Upon Trust that they
my said Wife and the said EDWARD TURNER do and shall permit and suffer my said Wife to receive the
Rents and Profits of my said Real Estate for and during the Term of her natural life for the support and
maintenance of herself and the sufficient maintenance education and bringing up of all and every my
Children And from after the decease of my said Wife Upon Trust that the said EDWARD TURNER and
his Heirs do and shall receive the Rents and Profits of my said Real Estate and apply the same in the
maintenance education and bringing up of my children until they shall all attain the age of twenty one
years And upon attaining that age Upon Trust to sell and dispose of my said Real Estate and divide the
Proceeds of such sale unto and equally amongst all and every my children then living or the issue of
such of them as shall be then dead leaving issue, such issue nevertheless to take no further or other
share than their respective parents would if living have been entitled to. And for facilitating any such Sale
or Sales of my said Real estate to be made as aforesaid I do declare that the Receipt or Receipts of the
said EDWARD TURNER or his Heirs for the Purchase money upon such Sale or sales shall be a good
and sufficient discharge or discharges for the money therein acknowledged to be received and that such
purchaser or purchasers shall not be answerable or accountable for such purchase money or be liable to
see to the application thereof And in case the mortgage Debt or Debts now owing by me on my Real
Estate shall be called in at any time after my decease I authorize my said Executrix and Executor and the
Survivor of them and their Heirs Executors and Administrators of such Survivor to borrow at take up at
Interest upon my said Real Estate all and every such Sum and Sums of money as shall be sufficient to
pay off and discharge the said mortgage Debt and Debts and all expences attending the same And I do
declare that the Receipt or Receipts of my said Executrix and Executor and the Survivor of them and their
Heirs Executors and Administrators of such Survivor shall be a good and sufficient discharge or
discharges to the person or persons lending the money requisite for carrying into Execution the Trusts of
this my Will and that such person or persons shall not be liable to see to the application thereof or liable
to the misapplication or nonapplication thereof And I direct and declare that my said Executrix and
Executor and the Survivor of them and his Heirs Executors and Administrators of such Survivor shall and
may deduct and retain to himself herself and themselves all reasonable costs and charges in the
Execution of this my Will also a suitable recompense for their care and trouble And I declare that the
share and shares and Interests of and in my said Real and Personal Estate hereinbefore given to my
said Children respectively are meant and intended for their own use and benefit free from the control or
engagement of any Husband with whom they being a Female or Females may happen at any time to be
married and that the Receipt or Receipts of such Female and Females shall be a good discharge and
discharges to my said Executrix and Executor and the Survivor of them and their Heirs Executors and
Administrators without the joining of their respective Husbands in such Receipt or Receipts And hereby
revoking all former Wills and Codicils by me at any time heretofore made I declare this only to be my last
Will and Testament In witness whereof I have hereunto set my Hand and Seal the day and year first
within written.

Signed Sealed published and |
declared by the said ROBERT HULLEY |
as and for his last Will and Testament |
in the presence of us who at his request | Robt. Hulley
and in his sight and presence and in |
the sight and presence of each other |
have hereunto set our Hands |
as witnesses to the due execution thereof |
Wm. VAUGHAN DANL. OLDHAM JAMES FALLOWS

1829 26 Jan - The Testator died on the twenty sixth day of January 1829

1829 29 Jan - buried at St Mary's church Stockport: Robert Hulley Vernon Street 56 yrs.


Mary Ann Jones

1786 - born in Lancashire? see 1841 census below.

1806 - dau Sarah born - see her Notes.

1817 - dau Mary Ann born - see her Notes.

1817 10 Dec - son William baptised at St Mary's church Stockport: William s. of Robert & Mary Hulley Hillgate
Shopkeeper.

1820 15 Mar - dau Betsy baptised at St Mary's church Stockport: Betsy d. of Robert & Mary Hulley Market Place
Publican.

1823 27 Aug - dau Louisa baptised at St Mary's church Stockport: Loiusa d. of Robert & Mary Hulley Market Place
Publican.

1825 5 Oct - dau Harriet baptised at St Mary's church Stockport: Harriet d. of Robert & Mary Hulley Market Place
Publican.

1829 24 Jan - Beneficiary of husband's Will: WILL of ROBERT HULLEY of Stockport 1831
This is the last Will and Testament of me ROBERT HULLEY of Stockport in the County of Chester
Publican made this twenty fourth day of January in the year of our Lord One thousand eight hundred and
twenty nine as follows I order all my just Debts and funeral and Testamentary expences to be paid out of
my Personal Estate except all and every the Debt or Debts that I owe upon mortgage of my real Estate
and which Debt or Debts I charge expressly upon my real Estate and hereby expressly exempt my
Personal Estate from the payments thereof I give and bequeath all my Personal Estate and Effects
whatsoever and wheresoever unto my dear Wife MARY ANN and my Friend EDWARD TURNER of
Stockport Tallow Chandler upon Trust to permit and suffer my said Wife to use and enjoy the same
Personal Estate and Effects for and during her natural life for her own maintenance and the maintenance
education and bringing up of my children until they shall attain the age of twenty one years and upon
their attaining that age upon Trust to divide the same unto and equally amongst my said wife and my
said Children respectively and in case any of my said Children shall die before receiving their share of
my said Personal Estate and Effects leaving issue I give such issue the share or shares of their
respective parent or parents so dying.
I give and devise all my Real Estate ( subject to the payment of my Mortgage Debt or Debts thereon) to
my said wife MARY ANN and my said Friend EDWARD TURNER and their Heirs Upon Trust that they
my said Wife and the said EDWARD TURNER do and shall permit and suffer my said Wife to receive the
Rents and Profits of my said Real Estate for and during the Term of her natural life for the support and
maintenance of herself and the sufficient maintenance education and bringing up of all and every my
Children And from after the decease of my said Wife Upon Trust that the said EDWARD TURNER and
his Heirs do and shall receive the Rents and Profits of my said Real Estate and apply the same in the
maintenance education and bringing up of my children until they shall all attain the age of twenty one
years And upon attaining that age Upon Trust to sell and dispose of my said Real Estate and divide the
Proceeds of such sale unto and equally amongst all and every my children then living or the issue of
such of them as shall be then dead leaving issue, such issue nevertheless to take no further or other
share than their respective parents would if living have been entitled to. And for facilitating any such Sale
or Sales of my said Real estate to be made as aforesaid I do declare that the Receipt or Receipts of the
said EDWARD TURNER or his Heirs for the Purchase money upon such Sale or sales shall be a good
and sufficient discharge or discharges for the money therein acknowledged to be received and that such
purchaser or purchasers shall not be answerable or accountable for such purchase money or be liable to
see to the application thereof And in case the mortgage Debt or Debts now owing by me on my Real
Estate shall be called in at any time after my decease I authorize my said Executrix and Executor and the
Survivor of them and their Heirs Executors and Administrators of such Survivor to borrow at take up at
Interest upon my said Real Estate all and every such Sum and Sums of money as shall be sufficient to
pay off and discharge the said mortgage Debt and Debts and all expences attending the same And I do
declare that the Receipt or Receipts of my said Executrix and Executor and the Survivor of them and their
Heirs Executors and Administrators of such Survivor shall be a good and sufficient discharge or
discharges to the person or persons lending the money requisite for carrying into Execution the Trusts of
this my Will and that such person or persons shall not be liable to see to the application thereof or liable
to the misapplication or nonapplication thereof And I direct and declare that my said Executrix and
Executor and the Survivor of them and his Heirs Executors and Administrators of such Survivor shall and
may deduct and retain to himself herself and themselves all reasonable costs and charges in the
Execution of this my Will also a suitable recompense for their care and trouble And I declare that the
share and shares and Interests of and in my said Real and Personal Estate hereinbefore given to my
said Children respectively are meant and intended for their own use and benefit free from the control or
engagement of any Husband with whom they being a Female or Females may happen at any time to be
married and that the Receipt or Receipts of such Female and Females shall be a good discharge and
discharges to my said Executrix and Executor and the Survivor of them and their Heirs Executors and
Administrators without the joining of their respective Husbands in such Receipt or Receipts And hereby
revoking all former Wills and Codicils by me at any time heretofore made I declare this only to be my last
Will and Testament In witness whereof I have hereunto set my Hand and Seal the day and year first
within written.

Signed Sealed published and |
declared by the said ROBERT HULLEY |
as and for his last Will and Testament |
in the presence of us who at his request | Robt. Hulley
and in his sight and presence and in |
the sight and presence of each other |
have hereunto set our Hands |
as witnesses to the due execution thereof |
Wm. VAUGHAN DANL. OLDHAM JAMES FALLOWS


1831 16 May - Probate of husband's Will granted: Note written in the left hand margin of page 4:-
The sixteenth day of May 1831. MARY HULLEY one of the Executors in this Will names as sworn in
common form (Power being reserved to EDWARD TURNER the other Executor therein also named to
take upon him the Execution of the said will whenever he shall Lawfully request the same) & she further
made Oath that the Personal Estate and Effects of the Testator within the diocese of Chester were under
the value of 300£.
before me
Charles Kenrick Prescot M.A.
Surrogate
The Testator died on the twenty sixth day of January 1829

Probate issued Dated 16th May 1831

Note written in the left hand margin of page 1:-
In the Chancery of Lancaster
Between SAMUEL HOLE Complainant A
MARY JANE HULLEY and others Defendants
At the Kings Arms Hotel Castle Street in Liverpool on the 19th day of August 1835
Exhibited to DANIEL OLDHAM a Witness and by him deposed unto
Will: Shawe Regr.

1831 21 Oct - Chester Chronicle STEALING A BRASS PIPE - William Longshaw, (20) and James Whittaker, (21) were
indicted for stealing a brass pipe, the property of Mary Ann Hulley. Mr. Cottingham stated the case, and
called the prosecutrix, who stated that on the 20th Sept. the prisoner came in to the house, the Boar's -
head, in Stockport, and called for a pint of ale; and a short time after they were gone, she missed the
brass pipe, out of the tap-room. John Martin, was directed, in company with Geo. Rose, to pursue the
prisoners; and at Black Brook, they overtook the prisoners. DR. BROWN here took an objection to the
indictment; and contended that the brass pipe in question was a fixture to the freehold, being screwed
on the pipe which passed through the wall. The objection was allowed to be good by the Court; and the
prisoners were acquitted.
The indictment was amended, and the prisoners were again arraigned, when it came out that one of the
prisoners presented a pistol, loaded with ball, and snapped it. (fortunately the percussion cap had
dropped off) at Martin, the man who first came up with them. They were, after a most obstinate
resistance, secured, and the gas pipe found on the person of Longshaw. The jury found the prisoner
guilty. The Chairman said, this case was one of the most serious that ever came before a Quarter
Sessions. The prisoners were sentenced to be transported for seven years.

1832 - MANCHESTER AND SALFORD DIRECTORY Hulley Mrs Mary Ann Lancashire hill

1833 - MANCHESTER AND SALFORD DIRECTORY Stockport Hulley Mrs Mary Ann Lancashire hill

1834 - PIGOT AND CO'S NATIONAL COMMERCIAL DIRECTORY Taverns & Public Houses Barley Mow, Mary
Ann Hulley Wharf St Heaton Norris

1836 - MANCHESTER AND SALFORD DIRECTORY Stockport Hulley Mary Ann vict. Barley Mow Wharf St
Heaton Norris

1838 - PIGOT'S MANCHESTER DIRECTORY Stockport Hulley Mary Ann, vict. Barley Mow, Wharf st. Heaton
Norris

1841 census
HO 107/582/2 f10r Heaton Norris Wharf Street
Mary Ann Hulley 55 Publican N
Sarah Hulley 35 N
William Hulley 20 N
Betsy Hulley 20 N

1841 - PIGOT AND SLATER'S DIRECTORY OF MANCHESTER AND SALFORD Stockport Hulley Mary Ann,
vict. 'Barley Mow' Wharf st. Heaton Norris

1843 - SLATER'S DIRECTORY OF MANCHESTER AND SALFORD Hulley Mary Ann, 60 Bradshaw st Hulme

1846 Dec qtr - ?died at Chorlton RD: Hulley Mary Ann Chorlton 20 257 (GRO).


28. Sarah Hulley

Note: no baptism has been found for this person.

1806 - born at Sheffield - see 1851 census below.

1829 24 Jan - Beneficiary of father's Will: WILL of ROBERT HULLEY of Stockport 1831
This is the last Will and Testament of me ROBERT HULLEY of Stockport in the County
of Chester Publican made this twenty fourth day of January in the year of our Lord One
thousand eight hundred and twenty nine as follows I order all my just Debts and
funeral and Testamentary expences to be paid out of my Personal Estate except all
and every the Debt or Debts that I owe upon mortgage of my real Estate and which
Debt or Debts I charge expressly upon my real Estate and hereby expressly exempt my
Personal Estate from the payments thereof I give and bequeath all my Personal
Estate and Effects whatsoever and wheresoever unto my dear Wife MARY ANN and
my Friend EDWARD TURNER of Stockport Tallow Chandler upon Trust to permit and
suffer my said Wife to use and enjoy the same Personal Estate and Effects for and
during her natural life for her own maintenance and the maintenance education and
bringing up of my children until they shall attain the age of twenty one years and upon
their attaining that age upon Trust to divide the same unto and equally amongst my
said wife and my said Children respectively and in case any of my said Children shall
die before receiving their share of my said Personal Estate and Effects leaving issue I
give such issue the share or shares of their respective parent or parents so dying.
I give and devise all my Real Estate ( subject to the payment of my Mortgage Debt or
Debts thereon) to may said wife MARY ANN and my said Friend EDWARD TURNER
and their Heirs Upon Trust that they my said Wife and the said EDWARD TURNER do
and shall permit and suffer my said Wife to receive the Rents and Profits of my said
Real Estate for and during the Term of her natural life for the support and
maintenance of herself and the sufficient maintenance education and bringing up of
all and every my Children And from after the decease of my said Wife Upon Trust that
the said EDWARD TURNER ands his Heirs do and shall receive the Rents and Profits
of my said Real Estate and apply the same in the maintenance education and
bringing up of my children until they shall all attain the age of twenty one years And
upon attaining that age Upon Trust to sell and dispose of my said Real Estate and
divide the Proceeds of such sale unto and equally amongst all and every my children
then living or the issue of such of them as shall be then dead leaving issue, such issue
nevertheless to take no further or other share than their respective parents would if
living have been entitled to. And for facilitating any such Sale or Sales of my said
Real estate to be made as aforesaid I do declare that the Receipt or Receipts of the
said EDWARD TURNER or his Heirs for the Purchase money upon such Sale or
sales shall be a good and sufficient discharge or discharges for the money therein
acknowledged to be received and that such purchaser or purchasers shall not be
answerable or accountable for such purchase money or be liable to see to the
application thereof And in case the mortgage Debt or Debts now owing by me on my
Real Estate shall be called in at any time after my decease I authorize my said
Executrix and Executor and the Survivor of them and their Heirs Executors and
Administrators of such Survivor to borrow at take up at Interest upon my said Real
Estate all and every such Sum and Sums of money as shall be sufficient to pay off
and discharge the said mortgage Debt and Debts and all expences attending the
same And I do declare that the Receipt or Receipts of my said Executrix and
Executor and the Survivor of them and their Heirs Executors and Administrators of
such Survivor shall be a good and sufficient discharge or discharges to the person or
persons lending the money requisite for carrying into Execution the Trusts of this my
Will and that such person or persons shall not be liable to see to the application
thereof or liable to the misapplication or nonapplication thereof And I direct and
declare that my said Executrix and Executor and the Survivor of them and his Heirs
Executors and Administrators of such Survivor shall and may deduct and retain to
himself herself and themselves all reasonable costs and charges in the Execution of
this my Will also a suitable recompense for their care and trouble And I declare that
the share and shares and Interests of and in my said Real and Personal Estate
hereinbefore given to my said Children respectively are meant and intended for their
own use and benefit free from the control or engagement of any Husband with whom
they being a Female or Females may happen at any time to be married and that the
Receipt or Receipts of such Female and Females shall be a good discharge and
discharges to my said Executrix and Executor and the Survivor of them and their
Heirs Executors and Administrators without the joining of their respective Husbands
in such Receipt or Receipts And hereby revoking all former Wills and Codicils by me
at any time heretofore made I declare this only to be my last Will and Testament In
witness whereof I have hereunto set my Hand and Seal the day and year first within
written.

Signed Sealed published and |
declared by the said ROBERT HULLEY |
as and for his last Will and Testament |
in the presence of us who at his request | Robt. Hulley
and in his sight and presence and in |
the sight and presence of each other |
have hereunto set our Hands |
as witnesses to the due execution thereof |
Wm. VAUGHAN DANL. OLDHAM JAMES FALLOWS


1831 16 May - Probate of Will granted: Note written in the left hand margin of page 4:-
The sixteenth day of May 1831. MARY HULLEY one of the Executors in this Will
names as sworn in common form (Power being reserved to EDWARD TURNER the
other Executor therein also named to take upon him the Execution of the said will
whenever he shall Lawfully request the same) & she further made Oath that the
Personal Estate and Effects of the Testator within the diocese of Chester were under
the value of 300£.
before me
Charles Kenrick Prescot M.A.
Surrogate
The Testator died on the twenty sixth day of January 1829

Probate issued Dated 16th May 1831

Note written in the left hand margin of page 1:-
In the Chancery of Lancaster
Between SAMUEL HOLE Complainant A
MARY JANE HULLEY and others Defendants
At the Kings Arms Hotel Castle Street in Liverpool on the 19th day of August 1835
Exhibited to DANIEL OLDHAM a Witness and by him deposed unto
Will: Shawe Regr.

1841 census
HO 107/582/2 f10r Heaton Norris Wharf Street
Mary Ann Hulley 55 Publican N
Sarah Hulley 35 N
William Hulley 20 N
Betsy Hulley 20 N

1851 census
HO 107/2221 f109r Hulme 28 Brook Street
Mary A Hulley Head U 34 Schoolmistress Lancs Manchester
Louisa Hulley Sister U 26 Teacher Lancs Manchester
Sarah Hulley Sister U 45 Yorks Sheffield
Frederick W Farrall B-in-l M 21 Traveller Linen Trade Ches Congleton
Harriet Farrall Sister M 22 Ches Stockport

1852 Jun qtr - married at Chorlton RD: Hulley Sarah Chorlton 8c 539.

1852 - LancsBMD marriage entry: HOLLEY (sic) Sarah DAVIES John Manchester, Chorlton-on-Medlock, St.
Saviour Manchester 45/1/137.

1852 09 Apr - married at St Saviour, Chorlton on Medlock, Lancashire, England John Davies - 24, Self-Acting
Minder, Bachelor, 121 Every St. Manchester Sarah Hulley - 25, Servant, Spinster, 59 Downing St.
Ardwick Groom's Father: Edward Davies, Shoemaker Bride's Father: William Hulley, Labourer Witness:
David Davies; Mary Hulley, (X) Married by Registrars Certificate by: William Doyle Register: Marriages
1838 - 1876, Page 69, Entry 137 Source: LDS Family Search (From Lancs OPC).


John Davies

1828 - born - see marriage entry below.

1852 09 Apr - married at St Saviour, Chorlton on Medlock, Lancashire, England John Davies - 24, Self-Acting
Minder, Bachelor, 121 Every St. Manchester Sarah Hulley - 25, Servant, Spinster, 59 Downing St.
Ardwick Groom's Father: Edward Davies, Shoemaker Bride's Father: William Hulley, Labourer Witness:
David Davies; Mary Hulley, (X) Married by Registrars Certificate by: William Doyle Register: Marriages
1838 - 1876, Page 69, Entry 137 Source: LDS Family Search (From Lancs OPC).


30. Mary Ann Hulley

Note: no baptism has been found for this person.

1817 - born at Manchester - see 1851 census below.

1829 24 Jan - Beneficiary of father's Will: WILL of ROBERT HULLEY of Stockport 1831
This is the last Will and Testament of me ROBERT HULLEY of Stockport in the County
of Chester Publican made this twenty fourth day of January in the year of our Lord One
thousand eight hundred and twenty nine as follows I order all my just Debts and
funeral and Testamentary expences to be paid out of my Personal Estate except all
and every the Debt or Debts that I owe upon mortgage of my real Estate and which
Debt or Debts I charge expressly upon my real Estate and hereby expressly exempt my
Personal Estate from the payments thereof I give and bequeath all my Personal
Estate and Effects whatsoever and wheresoever unto my dear Wife MARY ANN and
my Friend EDWARD TURNER of Stockport Tallow Chandler upon Trust to permit and
suffer my said Wife to use and enjoy the same Personal Estate and Effects for and
during her natural life for her own maintenance and the maintenance education and
bringing up of my children until they shall attain the age of twenty one years and upon
their attaining that age upon Trust to divide the same unto and equally amongst my
said wife and my said Children respectively and in case any of my said Children shall
die before receiving their share of my said Personal Estate and Effects leaving issue I
give such issue the share or shares of their respective parent or parents so dying.
I give and devise all my Real Estate ( subject to the payment of my Mortgage Debt or
Debts thereon) to may said wife MARY ANN and my said Friend EDWARD TURNER
and their Heirs Upon Trust that they my said Wife and the said EDWARD TURNER do
and shall permit and suffer my said Wife to receive the Rents and Profits of my said
Real Estate for and during the Term of her natural life for the support and
maintenance of herself and the sufficient maintenance education and bringing up of
all and every my Children And from after the decease of my said Wife Upon Trust that
the said EDWARD TURNER ands his Heirs do and shall receive the Rents and Profits
of my said Real Estate and apply the same in the maintenance education and
bringing up of my children until they shall all attain the age of twenty one years And
upon attaining that age Upon Trust to sell and dispose of my said Real Estate and
divide the Proceeds of such sale unto and equally amongst all and every my children
then living or the issue of such of them as shall be then dead leaving issue, such issue
nevertheless to take no further or other share than their respective parents would if
living have been entitled to. And for facilitating any such Sale or Sales of my said
Real estate to be made as aforesaid I do declare that the Receipt or Receipts of the
said EDWARD TURNER or his Heirs for the Purchase money upon such Sale or
sales shall be a good and sufficient discharge or discharges for the money therein
acknowledged to be received and that such purchaser or purchasers shall not be
answerable or accountable for such purchase money or be liable to see to the
application thereof And in case the mortgage Debt or Debts now owing by me on my
Real Estate shall be called in at any time after my decease I authorize my said
Executrix and Executor and the Survivor of them and their Heirs Executors and
Administrators of such Survivor to borrow at take up at Interest upon my said Real
Estate all and every such Sum and Sums of money as shall be sufficient to pay off
and discharge the said mortgage Debt and Debts and all expences attending the
same And I do declare that the Receipt or Receipts of my said Executrix and
Executor and the Survivor of them and their Heirs Executors and Administrators of
such Survivor shall be a good and sufficient discharge or discharges to the person or
persons lending the money requisite for carrying into Execution the Trusts of this my
Will and that such person or persons shall not be liable to see to the application
thereof or liable to the misapplication or nonapplication thereof And I direct and
declare that my said Executrix and Executor and the Survivor of them and his Heirs
Executors and Administrators of such Survivor shall and may deduct and retain to
himself herself and themselves all reasonable costs and charges in the Execution of
this my Will also a suitable recompense for their care and trouble And I declare that
the share and shares and Interests of and in my said Real and Personal Estate
hereinbefore given to my said Children respectively are meant and intended for their
own use and benefit free from the control or engagement of any Husband with whom
they being a Female or Females may happen at any time to be married and that the
Receipt or Receipts of such Female and Females shall be a good discharge and
discharges to my said Executrix and Executor and the Survivor of them and their
Heirs Executors and Administrators without the joining of their respective Husbands
in such Receipt or Receipts And hereby revoking all former Wills and Codicils by me
at any time heretofore made I declare this only to be my last Will and Testament In
witness whereof I have hereunto set my Hand and Seal the day and year first within
written.

Signed Sealed published and |
declared by the said ROBERT HULLEY |
as and for his last Will and Testament |
in the presence of us who at his request | Robt. Hulley
and in his sight and presence and in |
the sight and presence of each other |
have hereunto set our Hands |
as witnesses to the due execution thereof |
Wm. VAUGHAN DANL. OLDHAM JAMES FALLOWS


1831 16 May - Probate of Will granted: Note written in the left hand margin of page 4:-
The sixteenth day of May 1831. MARY HULLEY one of the Executors in this Will
names as sworn in common form (Power being reserved to EDWARD TURNER the
other Executor therein also named to take upon him the Execution of the said will
whenever he shall Lawfully request the same) & she further made Oath that the
Personal Estate and Effects of the Testator within the diocese of Chester were under
the value of 300£.
before me
Charles Kenrick Prescot M.A.
Surrogate
The Testator died on the twenty sixth day of January 1829

Probate issued Dated 16th May 1831

Note written in the left hand margin of page 1:-
In the Chancery of Lancaster
Between SAMUEL HOLE Complainant A
MARY JANE HULLEY and others Defendants
At the Kings Arms Hotel Castle Street in Liverpool on the 19th day of August 1835
Exhibited to DANIEL OLDHAM a Witness and by him deposed unto
Will: Shawe Regr.

1840 - Manchester Poor Rate Books: Manchester 11 Stanley Place - Mary Ann Hulley

1841 census
HO 107/114/5 f10 Torkington No location
M.A. Hulley 25 Ladies School Y
S. Hulley 15 Y
H. Hulley 15 Y

1842 - Manchester Poor Rate Books: Hulme 60 Bradshaw Street - Mary Ann Hulley

1843 - Manchester Poor Rate Books: Hulme 60 Bradshaw Street - Mary Ann Hully

1844 - Manchester Poor Rate Books: Hulme 60 Bradshaw Street - Mary Ann Hulley

1845 - Manchester Poor Rate Books: Hulme 60 Bradshaw Street - Mary Ann Hully

1846 - Manchester Poor Rate Books: Hulme 60 Bradshaw Street - Mary Ann Hulley

1847 - Manchester Poor Rate Books: Hulme 38 Brook street - Mary Ann Hulley

1848 - Manchester Poor Rate Books: Hulme 38 Brook Street - Mary Ann Hulley

1848 - Manchester Poor Rate Books: Hulme 28 Brook Street - Mary Ann Hully

1849 - Manchester Poor Rate Books: Hulme 31 Brook Street - Mary Ann Hulley

1851 - Manchester Poor Rate Books: Hulme 17 Brook Street - Mary Ann Hulley

1851 - Manchester Poor Rate Books: Hulme 28 Brook Street - Mary Ann Hulley

1851 census
HO 107/2221 f109r Hulme 28 Brook Street
Mary A. Hulley Head U 34 Schoolmistress Lancs Manchester
Louisa Hulley Sister U 26 Teacher Lancs Manchester
Sarah Hulley Sister U 45 Yorks Sheffield
Frederick W Farrall B-in-l M 21 Traveller Linen Trade Ches Congleton
Harriet Farrall Sister M 22 Ches Stockport

1852 - Manchester Poor Rate Books: Hulme 17 Brook Street - Mary Ann Hulley

1852 09 Apr - witness to sister Sarah's marriage at St Saviour, Chorlton on Medlock, Lancashire, England John Davies -
24, Self-Acting Minder, Bachelor, 121 Every St. Manchester Sarah Hulley - 25, Servant, Spinster, 59
Downing St. Ardwick Groom's Father: Edward Davies, Shoemaker Bride's Father: William Hulley,
Labourer Witness: David Davies; Mary Hulley, (X) Married by Registrars Certificate by: William Doyle
Register: Marriages 1838 - 1876, Page 69, Entry 137 Source: LDS Family Search (From Lancs OPC).

1853 2 Jul - sister Louisa married at Manchester cathedral: Henry Rafarel 44 Bachelor Commercial Traveller 3
Westmoreland St Longsight; father Claude Rafarel Confectioner; Louisa Hulley 31 Spinster 7 Brook St
Hulme; father Robert Hulley Publican. Mary Ann Hulley witness.

1854 - Manchester Poor Rate Books: Hulme 17 Brook Street - Mary Ann Hully

1858 - Manchester Poor Rate Books: Hulme Pownall Street - Mary Ann Hulley

1861 - Manchester Poor Rate Books: Cheetham 83 Berkeley Street Mary A Hully

1881 census
RG 11/3480 f60 39 Gilmore St Stockport
Betsy Cheetham Head W 59 No Occupation Stockport, Ches
Mary A. Hulley Sister U 65 No Occupation Stockport, Ches
Louisa Rafarel Sister M 57 No Occupation Stockport, Ches
Mary A. Ancell Sister U 26 Pupil Teacher (Schoolmistress) Stockport, Ches

1891 census
RG 12/2802 f25 Stockport 123 Shaw Heath
Louisa Rafarel Head W 64 Living on own means Ches Stockport
Ada M. Rafarel Dau S 32 Ladies School Teacher Lancs Manchester
Lousia M. Rafarel Dau S 28 Ladies School Teacher Devonshire Barnstable
Mary Ann Hulley Vistr S 70 Ches Stockport
Clarissa Webb Brder S 15 Scholar Devonshire Plymouth
Annie Whoodley Serv. S 18 Domstic Servant General Staffs

1892 Mar qtr - died at Stockport RD: Hulley Mary Ann 76 Stockport 8a 48 (GRO).

1892 - ChesBMD death entry: HULLEY Mary Ann 76 Stockport First Stockport ST1/96/90.


31. William Hulley

1817 10 Dec - baptised at St Mary's church Stockport: William s. of Robert & Mary Hulley Hillgate Shopkeeper.

1829 24 Jan - Beneficiary of father's Will: WILL of ROBERT HULLEY of Stockport 1831
This is the last Will and Testament of me ROBERT HULLEY of Stockport in the County
of Chester Publican made this twenty fourth day of January in the year of our Lord One
thousand eight hundred and twenty nine as follows I order all my just Debts and
funeral and Testamentary expences to be paid out of my Personal Estate except all
and every the Debt or Debts that I owe upon mortgage of my real Estate and which
Debt or Debts I charge expressly upon my real Estate and hereby expressly exempt my
Personal Estate from the payments thereof I give and bequeath all my Personal
Estate and Effects whatsoever and wheresoever unto my dear Wife MARY ANN and
my Friend EDWARD TURNER of Stockport Tallow Chandler upon Trust to permit and
suffer my said Wife to use and enjoy the same Personal Estate and Effects for and
during her natural life for her own maintenance and the maintenance education and
bringing up of my children until they shall attain the age of twenty one years and upon
their attaining that age upon Trust to divide the same unto and equally amongst my
said wife and my said Children respectively and in case any of my said Children shall
die before receiving their share of my said Personal Estate and Effects leaving issue I
give such issue the share or shares of their respective parent or parents so dying.
I give and devise all my Real Estate ( subject to the payment of my Mortgage Debt or
Debts thereon) to may said wife MARY ANN and my said Friend EDWARD TURNER
and their Heirs Upon Trust that they my said Wife and the said EDWARD TURNER do
and shall permit and suffer my said Wife to receive the Rents and Profits of my said
Real Estate for and during the Term of her natural life for the support and
maintenance of herself and the sufficient maintenance education and bringing up of
all and every my Children And from after the decease of my said Wife Upon Trust that
the said EDWARD TURNER ands his Heirs do and shall receive the Rents and Profits
of my said Real Estate and apply the same in the maintenance education and
bringing up of my children until they shall all attain the age of twenty one years And
upon attaining that age Upon Trust to sell and dispose of my said Real Estate and
divide the Proceeds of such sale unto and equally amongst all and every my children
then living or the issue of such of them as shall be then dead leaving issue, such issue
nevertheless to take no further or other share than their respective parents would if
living have been entitled to. And for facilitating any such Sale or Sales of my said
Real estate to be made as aforesaid I do declare that the Receipt or Receipts of the
said EDWARD TURNER or his Heirs for the Purchase money upon such Sale or
sales shall be a good and sufficient discharge or discharges for the money therein
acknowledged to be received and that such purchaser or purchasers shall not be
answerable or accountable for such purchase money or be liable to see to the
application thereof And in case the mortgage Debt or Debts now owing by me on my
Real Estate shall be called in at any time after my decease I authorize my said
Executrix and Executor and the Survivor of them and their Heirs Executors and
Administrators of such Survivor to borrow at take up at Interest upon my said Real
Estate all and every such Sum and Sums of money as shall be sufficient to pay off
and discharge the said mortgage Debt and Debts and all expences attending the
same And I do declare that the Receipt or Receipts of my said Executrix and
Executor and the Survivor of them and their Heirs Executors and Administrators of
such Survivor shall be a good and sufficient discharge or discharges to the person or
persons lending the money requisite for carrying into Execution the Trusts of this my
Will and that such person or persons shall not be liable to see to the application
thereof or liable to the misapplication or nonapplication thereof And I direct and
declare that my said Executrix and Executor and the Survivor of them and his Heirs
Executors and Administrators of such Survivor shall and may deduct and retain to
himself herself and themselves all reasonable costs and charges in the Execution of
this my Will also a suitable recompense for their care and trouble And I declare that
the share and shares and Interests of and in my said Real and Personal Estate
hereinbefore given to my said Children respectively are meant and intended for their
own use and benefit free from the control or engagement of any Husband with whom
they being a Female or Females may happen at any time to be married and that the
Receipt or Receipts of such Female and Females shall be a good discharge and
discharges to my said Executrix and Executor and the Survivor of them and their
Heirs Executors and Administrators without the joining of their respective Husbands
in such Receipt or Receipts And hereby revoking all former Wills and Codicils by me
at any time heretofore made I declare this only to be my last Will and Testament In
witness whereof I have hereunto set my Hand and Seal the day and year first within
written.

Signed Sealed published and |
declared by the said ROBERT HULLEY |
as and for his last Will and Testament |
in the presence of us who at his request | Robt. Hulley
and in his sight and presence and in |
the sight and presence of each other |
have hereunto set our Hands |
as witnesses to the due execution thereof |
Wm. VAUGHAN DANL. OLDHAM JAMES FALLOWS


1831 16 May - Probate of Will granted: Note written in the left hand margin of page 4:-
The sixteenth day of May 1831. MARY HULLEY one of the Executors in this Will
names as sworn in common form (Power being reserved to EDWARD TURNER the
other Executor therein also named to take upon him the Execution of the said will
whenever he shall Lawfully request the same) & she further made Oath that the
Personal Estate and Effects of the Testator within the diocese of Chester were under
the value of 300£.
before me
Charles Kenrick Prescot M.A.
Surrogate
The Testator died on the twenty sixth day of January 1829

Probate issued Dated 16th May 1831

Note written in the left hand margin of page 1:-
In the Chancery of Lancaster
Between SAMUEL HOLE Complainant A
MARY JANE HULLEY and others Defendants
At the Kings Arms Hotel Castle Street in Liverpool on the 19th day of August 1835
Exhibited to DANIEL OLDHAM a Witness and by him deposed unto
Will: Shawe Regr.

1841 census
HO 107/582/2 f10r Heaton Norris Wharf Street
Mary Ann Hulley 55 Publican N
Sarah Hulley 35 N
William Hulley 20 N
Betsy Hulley 20 N

1851 census
Not found yet Dec 2007.

1862 20 Oct - buried at St Mary's church Stockport: William Hulley Union Workhouse 45 years.
(Workhouse death records in Stockport LS Library).


24. James Hulley

1783 3 Jan - born at Stockport - see baptism entry below.

1783 19 Jan - baptised at St Mary's church Stockport: James s of George & Jane Hulley Stockport Born 3 Jan.

1798 - dau Sarah born - see burial entry below.

1800 1 Jun - dau Mary baptised at St Mary's church Stockport: Mary d of James & Margaret Hulley Stockport Born 8 May.

1802 13 Jun - son William baptised at St Mary's church Stockport: William s of James & Margaret Hulley Stockport Born 14
May.

1804 24 Jun - dau Ellen baptised at St Mary's church Stockport: Ellen d of James & Margaret Hulley Stockport Born 4 May.

1806 24 Aug - dau Deborah baptised at St Mary's church Stockport: Deborah d of James & Margaret Hulley Stockport
Born 29 Jul.

1806 20 Oct - dau Ellen buried at St Mary's church Stockport: Ellen d of James Hulley Stockport.

1815 30 May - dau Sarah buried at St Mary's church Stockport: Sarah d of James Hulley Hillgate 17 yrs.


Margaret ......

1800 1 Jun - dau Mary baptised at St Mary's church Stockport: Mary d of James & Margaret Hulley
Stockport Born 8 May.

1802 13 Jun - son William baptised at St Mary's church Stockport: William s of James & Margaret
Hulley Stockport Born 14 May.

1804 24 Jun - dau Ellen baptised at St Mary's church Stockport: Ellen d of James & Margaret Hulley
Stockport Born 4 May.

1806 24 Aug - dau Deborah baptised at St Mary's church Stockport: Deborah d of James & Margaret
Hulley Stockport Born 29 Jul.

1806 20 Oct - dau Ellen buried at St Mary's church Stockport: Ellen d of James Hulley Stockport.


35. Mary Hulley

1800 1 Jun - baptised at St Mary's church Stockport: Mary d of James & Margaret Hulley Stockport
Born 8 May.


37. Ellen Hulley

1804 24 Jun - baptised at St Mary's church Stockport: Ellen d of James & Margaret Hulley Stockport
Born 4 May.

1806 20 Oct - buried at St Mary's church Stockport: Ellen d of James Hulley Stockport.


38. Deborah Hulley

1806 29 Jul - born - see baptism entry blow.

1806 24 Aug - baptised at St Mary's church Stockport: Deborah d of James & Margaret Hulley Stockport Born 29 Jul.

1812 15 Mar - Ellen an Illege. child of Deborah Hulley of Stockport born Feby 15th.

1827 2 Dec - married at Manchester cathedral: Deborah Hulley spinster and James Ashton bachelor plumber and glazier
both of this Parish.


James Ashton

1827 2 Dec - married at Manchester cathedral: Deborah Hulley spinster and James Ashton bachelor plumber and glazier
both of this Parish.


27. Robert Hulley

1790 30 Jul - born at Stockport - see baptism entry below.

1790 15 Aug - baptised at St Mary's church Stockport: Robert s of George & Jane Hulley Stockport
Born 30 Jul.

1820 25 Sep - married at St Mary's church Stockport: Robert Hulley Bach Labourer Sarah Brinkhill
Spinster Banns

1822 21 Jul - son George baptised at St Mary's church Stockport: George s of Robert & Sarah Hulley
Hillgate Labourer.

1822 21 Jul - son John baptised at St Mary's church Stockport: John s of Robert & Sarah Hulley
Hillgate Labourer.

1829 27 Jul - son Robert born at Stockport - see baptism entry below.

1829 12 Aug - son Robert baptised at the Mount Tabor Methodist New Connexion church Macclesfield: Robert s. of
Robert & Sarah Hulley Stockport (Sarah d. of Thos. Brickell)

1838 - dau Mary born - see burial entry below.

1839 Jan 23 - dau Margaret baptised at St Thomas's church Stockport: Margaret d. of Robert & Sarah
HULLEY Brentnall St Labourer.

1839 Jan 23 - son William baptised at St Thomas's church Stockport: William s. of Robert & Sarah
HULLEY Brentnall St Labourer.

1840 26 Feb - dau Mary buried at St Mary's church Stockport: Mary Hulley Brentnall Street 3 years.

1841 census
HO 107/113/8f9 Stockport Brentnall Street
Robert Hulley 50 Labourer Y
Sarah Hulley 45 Y
George Hulley 15 Cotton Carder (bap St Mary's) Y
Robert Hulley 12 Cotton Carder Y
William Hulley 2 (bap St Thomas's) Y

1845 - son William's ChesBMD death entry: HULLEY William 6 Stockport First Stockport ST1/12/76.

1845 13 Apr - son William buried at St Mary's church Stockport: William HULLEY 6 Stockport, St Mary (NBI).

1847 - ChesBMD death entry: HULLEY Robert 57 Heaton Norris Stockport HEA/9/50

1847 5 Dec - buried at St Mary's church Stockport: Robert Hulley Lambs Fold Heaton Norris 57 yrs.


Sarah Brinkhill

1797 - born at Haeton Norris - see 1851 census below.

1820 25 Sep - married at St Mary's church Stockport: Robert Hulley Bach Labourer Sarah Brinkhill
Spinster Banns

1822 21 Jul - son George baptised at St Mary's church Stockport: George s of Robert & Sarah Hulley
Hillgate Labourer.

1822 21 Jul - son John baptised at St Mary's church Stockport: John s of Robert & Sarah Hulley
Hillgate Labourer.

1829 27 Jul - son Robert born at Stockport - see baptism entry below.

1829 12 Aug - son Robert baptised at the Mount Tabor Methodist New Connexion church Macclesfield: Robert s. of
Robert & Sarah Hulley Stockport (Sarah d. of Thos. Brickell)

1838 - dau Mary born - see burial entry below.

1839 Jan 23 - dau Margaret baptised at St Thomas's church Stockport: Margaret d. of Robert & Sarah
HULLEY Brentnall St Labourer.

1839 Jan 23 - son William baptised at St Thomas's church Stockport: William s. of Robert & Sarah
HULLEY Brentnall St Labourer.

1840 26 Feb - dau Mary buried at St Mary's church Stockport: Mary Hulley Brentnall Street 3 years.

1841 census
HO 107/113/8f9 Stockport Brentnall Street
Robert Hulley 50 Labourer Y
Sarah Hulley 45 Y
George Hulley 15 Cotton Carder Y
Robert Hulley 12 Cotton Carder Y
William Hulley 2 Y

1845 - son William's ChesBMD death entry: HULLEY William 6 Stockport First Stockport ST1/12/76.

1845 13 Apr - son William buried at St Mary's church Stockport: William HULLEY 6 Stockport, St Mary (NBI).

1847 - ChesBMD husband's death entry: HULLEY Robert 57 Heaton Norris Stockport
HEA/9/50

1847 5 Dec - husband buried at St Mary's church Stockport: Robert Hulley Lambs Fold Heaton
Norris 57 yrs.

1851 census
HO 107/2157 f49 Stockport 54 Toll Bar Street
George Hulley Head M 29 Stripper in a factory Ches Stockport
Hannah Hulley Wife M 23 Billy Piecer Ches Stockport
Sarah Hulley Mother M 54 Charwoman Lancs Heaton Norris
William Knott Lodger U 14 Billy Piecer Ches Stockport
Elizabeth Tattersall Lodger U 14 Power Loom Weaver Cotton Ches Stockport

1861 census
RG 9/2566 f67Stockport 1 St Thomas Court
George Hully Head M 38 Cotton Looker Over Ches Stockport
Sarah Hully Wife M 31 Cotton Piecer Ches Stockport
Mary Jane Hully Dau U 10 Scholar Ches Stockport
Sarah Hully Mother W 62 House Servant Ches Stockport


41. Robert Hulley

1829 27 Jul - born at Stockport - see baptism entry below.

1829 12 Aug - baptised at the Mount Tabor Methodist New Connexion church Macclesfield: Robert s. of Robert &
Sarah Hulley Stockport (Sarah d. of Thos. Brickell)

1841 census
HO 107/113/8f9 Stockport Brentnall Street
Robert Hulley 50 Labourer Y
Sarah Hulley 45 Y
George Hulley 15 Cotton Carder Y
Robert Hulley 12 Cotton Carder Y
William Hulley 2 Y

1861 census
RG 9/2574 f129 Worth Dig Bile Green
James Hall Head M 73 Farmer of 45 acres empl 2 men Ches Poynton
Elizabeth Hall Wife M 68 Farmer's Wife Ches Bramall
Robert Hulley Servt U 32 Agricultural Labourer Ches Stockport

1871 census
RG 10/3656 f82 Heaton Norris 169a Old Road
Robert Hulley Head M 42 Farm Labourer Ches Stockport
Alice Hulley Wife M 49 Cotton Card room hand Lancs Heaton Norris Elizabeth Sutton S-dau 12 Cotton Reeler half-timer Lancs Heaton Norris

1890 - ChesBMD death entry: HULLEY Robert 55 Heaton Norris Stockport HEA/50/26.

1890 Sep - died at Stockport RD: Hulley Robert 55 Stockport 8a 23 (GRO).


Alice ......

1822 - born at Heaton Norris - see 1871 census below.

1871 census
RG 10/3656 f82 Heaton Norris 169a Old Road
Robert Hulley Head M 42 Farm Labourer Ches Stockport
Alice Hulley Wife M 49 Cotton Card room hand Lancs Heaton Norris Elizabeth Sutton S-dau 12 Cotton Reeler half-timer Lancs Heaton Norris


42. Mary Hulley

1838 - born - see burial entry below.

1840 26 Feb - buried at St Mary's church Stockport: Mary Hulley Brentnall Street 3 years.


43. Margaret Hulley

1839 Jan 23 - baptised at St Thomas's church Stockport: Margaret d. of Robert & Sarah HULLEY
Brentnall St Labourer.


44. William Hulley

1839 Jun qtr - born at Stockport RD: Hulley William Stockport 19 277 (GRO).

1839 - ChesBMD birth entry: HULLEY William Stockport First Stockport ST1/4/12.

1839 Jan 23 - baptised at St Thomas's church Stockport: William s. of Robert & Sarah HULLEY
Brentnall St Labourer.

1841 census
HO 107/113/8f9 Stockport Brentnall Street
Robert Hulley 50 Labourer Y
Sarah Hulley 45 Y
George Hulley 15 Cotton Carder Y
Robert Hulley 12 Cotton Carder Y
William Hulley 2 Y

1845 - ChesBMD death entry: HULLEY William 6 Stockport First Stockport ST1/12/76.

1845 13 Apr - buried at St Mary's church Stockport: William HULLEY 6 Stockport, St Mary (NBI).


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