See also

Family of James PETHYBRIDGE and Hannah CHALKER

Husband: James PETHYBRIDGE (1846-1903)
Wife: Hannah CHALKER (1849-1898)
Children: Joseph H PETHYBRIDGE (1875-1875)
Nellie May PETHYBRIDGE (1876-1949)
James S PETHYBRIDGE (1878- )
Charles Lewis PETHYBRIDGE (1879-1945)
John W PETHYBRIDGE (1881-1955)
Effie Myrtle PETHYBRIDGE (1884-1891)
Marriage 8 Oct 1873 Tyre-Seneca, New York, USA

Husband: James PETHYBRIDGE

Name: James PETHYBRIDGE1,2
Sex: Male
Father: Joseph PETHYBRIDGE (1805-1871)
Mother: Sarah STUCKEY (c. 1803-1885)
Birth 1846 Moretonhampstead, Devon, England1
Occupation Railway Porter, Farmer
Death 1903 (age 56-57) Union Springs, New York, USA1

Wife: Hannah CHALKER

Name: Hannah CHALKER1,2
Sex: Female
Father: Lewis CHALKER ( - )
Mother: Hannah GUMORE ( - )
Birth 1849 Tyre-Seneca, New York, USA1
Death 10 Apr 1898 (age 48-49) Union Springs, New York, USA1

Child 1: Joseph H PETHYBRIDGE

Sex: Male
Birth 1875 Union Springs, New York, USA
Death 1875 (age 0) Union Springs, New York, USA

Child 2: Nellie May PETHYBRIDGE

Name: Nellie May PETHYBRIDGE2
Sex: Female
Spouse: Unknown WHITCOMB (1876- )
Birth 1876
Death 22 Nov 1949 (age 72-73)

Child 3: James S PETHYBRIDGE

Sex: Male
Spouse: Addie Mary UNKNOWN (1879- )
Birth 13 Apr 1878 New York, USA
Occupation Cabinet Maker, Farmer

Child 4: Charles Lewis PETHYBRIDGE

Name: Charles Lewis PETHYBRIDGE2
Sex: Male
Spouse: Emeline YAWGER (1871-1958)
Birth Dec 1879 Union Springs, New York, USA
Death 1945 (age 65-66) Union Springs, New York, USA


Sex: Male
Spouse: Maud Phoebe CHALKER (1878-1959)
Birth 10 Nov 1881
Death 14 Nov 1955 (age 74)

Child 6: Effie Myrtle PETHYBRIDGE

Name: Effie Myrtle PETHYBRIDGE2
Sex: Female
Birth 1884
Death 1891 (age 6-7)

Note on Husband: James PETHYBRIDGE

In 1851 he was in Newton Abbot with his parents. In 1861 he was an agricultural apprentice in Moretonhampstead. In 1871 at Alphington Street, St Thomas. In 1900, widowed, he was with his son James in Springport Town, Cayuga, New York.


1"Genes Reunited Contacts Family Trees". John Stoker's tree.
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