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Family of John YELLAND and Mary Ann ASH

Husband: John YELLAND (1816-1898)
Wife: Mary Ann ASH (1816-1890)
Children: John YELLAND (1838-1907)
William YELLAND (1839- )
Henry YELLAND (1841- )
Mary Ann YELLAND (1842- )
James YELLAND (1845- )
Frederick YELLAND (1847- )
Elizabeth Jane YELLAND (1848- )
Evelina YELLAND (1849- )
Charles YELLAND (1850- )
Emma YELLAND (1852- )
Mary YELLAND (1856- )
Charles YELLAND (1859- )
Jessie YELLAND (1861- )
Marriage 10 Oct 1837 East Stonehouse, Devon1

Husband: John YELLAND

Name: John YELLAND1,2
Sex: Male
Father: William YELLAND (1779-bef1850)
Mother: Jane REDAWAY (1782-1864)
Birth 6 Apr 1816 Tavistock, Devon1
Baptism 28 Apr 1816 (age 0) Wesleyan Tavistock1
Residence 1841 (age 24-25) Abbey Bridge Toll Gate Tavistock3
Residence 3 Apr 1881 (age 64) 5 Norley Lane Plymouth4
Occupation -; Lastmaker (Boots and Shoes)5
Death 9 Jun 1898 (age 82) Saint Andrew, Plymouth, Devon1

Wife: Mary Ann ASH

Name: Mary Ann ASH1,2
Sex: Female
Father: John ASH (1792- )
Mother: Jane ROWE (1790- )
Birth 28 Aug 1816 Brentor, Devon1
Baptism 7 Jun 1824 (age 7) St Morrice Devonport1
Death 20 Dec 1890 (age 74) South Devon Hospital, St Charles, Plymouth, Devon1

Child 1: John YELLAND

Name: John YELLAND1,2
Sex: Male
Spouse: Hannah Susan WILLCOCKS (1849-1930)
Baptism 28 Apr 1816 (age -23) Wesleyan Tavistock1
Birth 2 Aug 1838 Plymouth, Devon1
Occupation -; Lastmaker1
Occupation -; Brushmaker1
Residence Exeter1
Residence Queen's Park London1
Death 28 Feb 1907 (age 68) Workhouse Infirmary, Willseden, Middlesex1

Child 2: William YELLAND

Name: William YELLAND1,2
Sex: Male
Birth Dec 1839 Tavistock, Devon1,6
Occupation -; Chimney sweep1

Child 3: Henry YELLAND

Name: Henry YELLAND1,2
Sex: Male
Spouse: Mary Grace TURNER (1839- )
Birth 24 May 1841 Ebrington Street, Parish of Charles the Martyr, Plymouth1
Occupation -; Brush maker, Chimney sweep, Labourer1

Child 4: Mary Ann YELLAND

Name: Mary Ann YELLAND1,2
Sex: Female
Birth 1842 Plymouth, Devon1

Child 5: James YELLAND

Name: James YELLAND1,2
Sex: Male
Spouse: Mary A Yelland Nee UNKNOWN (1849- )
Birth Mar 1845 Plymouth, Devon7
Occupation -; Labourer1

Child 6: Frederick YELLAND

Name: Frederick YELLAND1,2
Sex: Male
Spouse: Female Yelland Nee UNKNOWN ( - )
Birth Sep 1847 Plymouth, Devon8
Occupation -; Crew, Royal Navy1

Child 7: Elizabeth Jane YELLAND

Name: Elizabeth Jane YELLAND1,2
Sex: Female
Spouse: John BROWN ( - )
Birth Jun 1848 Plymouth, Devon9

Child 8: Evelina YELLAND

Name: Evelina YELLAND1,2
Sex: Female
Spouse: Frederick PENNY (1846- )
Birth 1849 Plymouth, Devon1
Occupation -; General servant1

Child 9: Charles YELLAND

Name: Charles YELLAND1,2
Sex: Male
Birth 1850 Plymouth, Devon1

Child 10: Emma YELLAND

Name: Emma YELLAND1,2
Sex: Female
Birth 1852 Plymouth, Devon1

Child 11: Mary YELLAND

Name: Mary YELLAND1,2
Sex: Female
Birth 1856 Plymouth, Devon1
Occupation -; Flax spinner1

Child 12: Charles YELLAND

Name: Charles YELLAND1,2
Sex: Male
Spouse: Clara Yelland Nee UNKNOWN (1863- )
Birth 1859 Plymouth, Devon1
Occupation -; Clog and pattern maker1

Child 13: Jessie YELLAND

Name: Jessie YELLAND1,2
Sex: Female
Birth 1861 Plymouth, Devon1

Note on Wife: Mary Ann ASH - shared note

Alternative entry: Mary Ann Ash Born 31 Oct 1817 Ch 7 Jun 1824 Morrice Street, Wesleyan Devonport

Parents Mary Ann Ash



Henry Thomas Ash Born 12 Sep 1832 Ch 1 Oct 1832 Morrice Street Wesleyan, Devonport Parents Thomas and Mary Ann. Thomas Aysh married Mary Parker 22 Mar 1807 Saint George, East Stonehouse Source for these is IGI Morrice St Batch no c063601


1"Documented by Ray Kent".
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3PRO, "Census 1841 Yelland Tavistock".
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4PRO, "Census 1881 Yelland Plymouth". Text From Source: Shows a Jessie Yelland grandaughter 8 born Plymouth living with her grandparents.
Freebdm shows Jessie Yelland, birth Mar 1873 Plymouth 5b 267.
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5"Documented by Ray Kent". Text From Source: The clogmaker wouid usually fell the trees himself with an axe and vould cut it into 12 to 15 inch logs. His favourite woods were the elm, the alder, the beech and the poplar. The latter, being light, was reserved for making clogs for the elderly. The logs were cut, shaped and hollowed out by a variety of tools which can be seen at the back of the workshop. The clogs were left to dry for six months before sale. Clogs for Sunday wear were varnished and blackened
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6GRO, "Birth Index William Yelland 1839 Q4 Tavistock IX 464".
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7"Documented by Ray Kent". Text From Source: Free bdm has birth of James Yelland Mar 1845 Plymouth 9 432.
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8Ibid. Text From Source: Frederick Sep 1847 Plymouth 9 343.
9Ibid. Text From Source: Elizabeth Jane June 1848 Plymouth 9 400.