John William Marley

John William MarleyAge: 8218721954

Name
John William Marley
Birth about 1872

MarriageCordelia Zenobia HattamView family
19 May 1894 (Age 22)
Source: GRO index
Text:
1894 Jun Easington 10a 593 Cordelia Zenobia Hattem
Occupation
Miner
1894 (Age 22)

Birth of a daughter
#1
Polly Marley
1895 (Age 23)
Birth of a son
#2
Harry Marley
1897 (Age 25)
Birth of a daughter
#3
Clara Marley
1900 (Age 28)
Source: GRO index
Text:
1900 Sep Easington 10a 481
Census 31 March 1901 (Age 29) Age: 28

Address: West Batterlaw Hawthorn Easington Durham
CensusCordelia Zenobia HattamView family
31 March 1901 (Age 29)

Text:
1901 Census RG 13 / 4688 / ED 6 folio 120 page 10 schedule 59 West Batterlaw, Hawthorn, Easington, Durham John Marley, Head, M, 28, -, Coal Miner (Hewer), worker, Durham, Monkwearmouth Cordelia Marley, Wife, M, -, 22, -, -, Durham, Edmonsley Polly Marley, Dau, -, -, 5, -, -, Durham, Annfield Plain Harry Marley, Son, -, 3, -, -, -, Durham, Trimdon Grange Clara Marley, Dau, -, -, 1, -, -, Durham, Hawthorn
Occupation
Coalminer Hewer
1901 (Age 29)

Birth of a daughter
#4
Minnie Marley
1906 (Age 34)
Source: GRO index
Text:
1906 Mar Easington 10a 530
Birth of a daughter
#5
Rhoda Marley
1914 (Age 42)
Source: GRO index
Text:
1914 Mar Hattam Easington 10a 1079
Death of a daughterRhoda Marley
1915 (Age 43) Age: 1
Source: GRO index
Text:
1915 Sep 1 Easington 10a 508
Birth of a daughter
#6
Cordelia Marley
1917 (Age 45)
Source: GRO index
Text:
1917 Sep Hattan Easington 10a 811 Note mother's maiden name is Hattan in the index
Birth of a daughter
#7
Audrey Marley
1919 (Age 47)
Source: GRO index
Text:
1919 Sep Hattam Easington 10a 930
Death of a daughterMinnie Marley
between 1950 and 1960 (Age 78)

Occupation
Shot firer

Death 1954 (Age 82) Age: 83
Source: GRO index
Text:
1955 Mar 83 Durham E 1a 408
Family with parents - View family
father
mother
 
Marriage: 10 July 1865Parish Church, Monkwearmouth, County Durham, England
8 years
Family with Cordelia Zenobia Hattam - View family
wife
 
Marriage: 19 May 1894St Pauls Church, Deafshill cum Langdale, County Durham, England
19 months
daughter
3 years
son
4 years
daughter
7 years
daughter
Minnie Marley (left), with mother Cordelia Zenobia Marley and younger sister AudreyMinnie Marley
Birth: 1906 34 29Easington (district), County Durham, England
Death: between 1950 and 1960
9 years
daughter
Rhoda Marley
Birth: 1914 42 37Easington (district), County Durham, England
Death: 1915Easington (district), County Durham, England
4 years
daughter
3 years
daughter
Audrey Marley (right) with older sister Minnie and mother Cordelia Zenobia MarleyAudrey Marley
Birth: 1919 47 42Easington (district), County Durham, England
Death: 22 January 2010

MarriageGRO index
Text:
1894 Jun Easington 10a 593 Cordelia Zenobia Hattem
Census1901 UK Census
Text:
1901 Census RG 13 / 4688 / ED 6 folio 120 page 10 schedule 59 West Batterlaw, Hawthorn, Easington, Durham John Marley, Head, M, 28, -, Coal Miner (Hewer), worker, Durham, Monkwearmouth Cordelia Marley, Wife, M, -, 22, -, -, Durham, Edmonsley Polly Marley, Dau, -, -, 5, -, -, Durham, Annfield Plain Harry Marley, Son, -, 3, -, -, -, Durham, Trimdon Grange Clara Marley, Dau, -, -, 1, -, -, Durham, Hawthorn
DeathGRO index
Text:
1955 Mar 83 Durham E 1a 408
SourceAmanda Erdogar
SourceSheila Malcolm
Text:
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Media objectJohn William MarleyJohn William Marley
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Shared note: This photo was taken at Silver Street, Murton in 1947. Silver Street was owned by the Colliery and was free to mine workers.
Media objectCordelia Zenobia Hattam (centre) with daughters Minnie (left) & Audrey (right) MarleyCordelia Zenobia Hattam (centre) with daughters Minnie (left) & Audrey (right) Marley
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Media objectJohn William MarleyJohn William Marley
Format: image/jpeg
Image dimensions: 400 × 576 pixels
File size: 43 KB
Shared note: This photo was taken at Silver Street, Murton in 1947. Silver Street was owned by the Colliery and was free to mine workers.