See also

Family of William JOY and Mary SHORT

Husband: William JOY (1764-1849)
Wife: Mary SHORT (1774-1839)
Children: Samuel JOY (c. 1809-1873)
Marriage 1796 Alverdiscott, Devon, England
Marriage 18 Jan 1796 Alverdiscott, Devon, England1

Husband: William JOY

Name: William JOY2
Sex: Male
Father: -
Mother: -
Birth 1764 Alverdiscott, Devon, England1
Christening 1764 (age 0)1
• He had a residence in 1841 in Church Cottages, Church Lane, Alverdiscott.
• He had a residence in 1849 in Venton, Weare Gifford, Devon.
Occupation -1
He was employed as a Labourer in 1841
Death 12 Jul 1849 (age 84-85) Alverdiscott, Devon, England1
Burial 27 Jul 1849 Alverdiscott, Devon, England1

Wife: Mary SHORT

Name: Mary SHORT2
Sex: Female
Father: -
Mother: Elizabeth SHORT (1755- )
Birth 1774 Alverdiscott, Devon, England1
Christening 12 Jan 1777 (age 2-3) Alverdiscott, Devon, England1
Death Jun 1839 (age 64-65) Alverdiscott, Devon, England1
Burial 4 Jun 1839 Alverdiscott, Devon, England1

Child 1: Samuel JOY

Name: Samuel JOY2
Sex: Male
Spouse 1: Mary BALSDON (1812-1845)
Spouse 2: Rebecca SHADDICK (1822-1873)
Birth c. 1809 Alverdiscott, Devon, England
Christening 26 Feb 1809 (age 0) Alverdiscott, Devon, England1
• He resided at New Building in 1841 in Weare Gifford, Devon.
• He had a residence in 1851 in Wakeleys Lane, Torrington, Devon.
• He had a residence in 1861 in Mill Street, Torrington, Devon.
• He had a residence in 1871 in New Street, (Churchyard) Great Torrington, Devon.
Death 1873 (age 63-64) Great Torrington, Devon, England
Death 1873 (age 63-64) Torrington, Devon, England1
• He worked as a Shoemaker in 1841 in Weare Gifford, Devon.
• He worked as a Master Shoemaker 1861 to 1871.

Note on Husband: William JOY - shared note

Mary and William were wed by Rector John Rowe and witnessed by Mr. Henry Brimsmead and John Walker. William signed and Mary made a mark1


1"File (merged): Peter Joy's JOY3.GED, corrected.".
2"Nick Heard". This GEDCOM is predominantly the work of Nick Heard, but it incorporates the collaborated work of many other family historians. You are welcome to use the information herein but please acknowledge the source. Every effort has been made to ensure the data is accurate, but any use you make of it is entirely at your own risk. (c) Nick Heard 2009