See also

Family of Henry DAVEY and Elizabeth WEBBER

Husband: Henry DAVEY (1868-1948)
Wife: Elizabeth WEBBER (1860-1888)
Children: Nellie Gladys DAVEY (1886- )
Marriage Q4 1885 Tiverton Registration District, Devon, England

Husband: Henry DAVEY

Name: Henry DAVEY1,2
Sex: Male
Father: Henry DAVEY (1826?-1892)
Mother: Martha FORD (1832?- )
Birth Q2 1868 Tiverton, Devon, England1
Occupation Grocer's Porter, Fireman in Waterworks1
Death 4 Jul 1948 (age 80) Sydney, NSW, Australia3

Wife: Elizabeth WEBBER

Name: Elizabeth WEBBER2
Sex: Female
Father: -
Mother: -
Birth Q4 1860 Tiverton Registration District, Devon, England
Death Q4 1888 (age 27-28) Tiverton Registration District, Devon, England

Child 1: Nellie Gladys DAVEY

Name: Nellie Gladys DAVEY2
Sex: Female
Birth 1886 Tiverton, Devon, England

Note on Husband: Henry DAVEY

In 1901 living at 32 John Street, Tiverton. Henry held many positions. He was Clerk of Works for Sir John Amory at Knightshayes Court. He constructed many of the buildings in Tiverton. He was Water Bailiff anfd Fire Brigade Captain as well as Church Warden. He was offered a job in Australia, to manage a saw mill. He left England with his youngest son Bob,on the SS Benalla, sailing from London on 28th July travelling 3rd Class to Sydney, arriving in Australia as war broke out. Henry would not take the job as men were being laid off because of the war, and he did not want to profit from their misfortune. Instead he to purchase some land a (147 acres) at Wyee, where he planted an orchard, and built his home. Lydia followed with Wallace and Muriel.1


1"Norina Dixon's Sharland Research".
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
3"Ellen Willey's notes on descendants of John Sharland of Sandford".