Eagles ~ Third Generation

    Issue of Samuel Eagles and Ellen Chippindale  
1.   Thomas EAGLES
Birth of Thomas Eagles 12 Mar 1807, bap 19 May 1807 at St Nicholas Liverpool, Lancashire, son of Samuel Eagles & Ellen Chipindale (ref Ancestry England Select Births & Christenings).

Ref 1841 census. Lancashire, England. Civil Parish of Toxteth Park. Registration district of West Derby. Address: Ullet Lane.
Together with his mother and 2 siblings:
Thomas Eagles. Age 30. Artist. Born in Lancashire.

Ref 1851 census. Lancashire, England. Parish of Toxteth Park. Registration District of West Derby. Address: Ullett Lane.
Together with his mother and 2 siblings:
Thomas Eagles. Son. Unm. Age 46. Market Gardener. Born Lancashire Liverpool.

Ref 1861 census. Lancashire, England. Parish of Toxteth Park. Registration District of West Derby. Address: Ullet Road.
Together with 2 siblings:
Thomas Eagles. Head. Unm. Age 54. Gardener. Born Liverpool.

Ref 1871 census. Lancashire, England. Civil Parish of Toxteth Park. Registration district of West Derby. Address: Gillett Road Market Garden.
Together with 2 siblings:
Thomas Eagles. Unm. Age 64. Market Gardener. Born Liverpool.

Ref 1881 census. Lancashire, England. Civil Parish of Toxteth Park. Registration district of Toxteth Park. Address: Toxteth Park Workhouse, Smithdown Rd.
Together with many others:
Thomas Eagles. Pauper. Single. Age 75. Artist-Painter. Born Lancashire Liverpool.

Death reg of Thomas Eagles Sep qtr 1881 at Toxteth Park dist, Lancashire, age 75 (ref FreeBMD).
He was buried on 8 Jul 1881 at Toxteth Park Cemetery (ref
www.findagrave.com).




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2.   Samuel Salisbury EAGLES
Birth of Samuel Salisbury Eagles 16 Apr 1809, bap 28 Nov 1809 at Liverpool St Nicholas, Lancashire, son of Samuel Eagles & Ellen Chippindall; residence Bevington Bush; Tobacconist (ref Ancestry Lancashire CofE Baptisms image).

Ref 1841 census. Lancashire, England. Civil Parish of Toxteth Park. Registration district of West Derby. Address: Ullet Lane.
Together with his mother and 2 siblings:
Samuel Eagles. Age 30. Engineer. Born in Lancashire.

There were many newspaper reports of a Patent that Samuel filed:
"NEW AND IMPORTANT PATENT - In Newton and Barry's list of patents granted in the month of June we find the following:- "Samuel Salisbury Eagles, of Liverpool, engineer, for certain improvements in obtaining motive power. Sealed, June 2d." This, we presume, is the discovery which we mentioned some months ago, and by which Mr. Eagles expects to enable vessels to make the voyage between Liverpool and New York in six days ! - Albion." (British Newspaper Archive, Warder and Dublin Weekly Mail, Sat 11 July 1840)

Ref 1851 census. Lancashire, England. Parish of Toxteth Park. Registration District of West Derby. Address: Ullett Lane.
Together with his mother and 2 siblings:
Samuel Eagles. Son. Unm. Age 45. Market Gardener. Born Lancashire Liverpool.

Ref 1861 census. Lancashire, England. Parish of Toxteth Park. Registration District of West Derby. Address: Ullet Road.
Together with 2 siblings:
Samuel Eagles. Brother. Unm. Age 52. Gardener. Born Liverpool.

Ref 1871 census. Lancashire, England. Civil Parish of Toxteth Park. Registration district of West Derby. Address: Gillett Road Market Garden.
Together with 2 siblings:
Samuel S Eagles. Brother. Age 62. Market Gardener. Born Liverpool.

Death reg of Samuel Eagles Jun qtr 1879 at West Derby dist, Lancashire, age 71 (ref FreeBMD).
He was buried on 16 May 1879 at Toxteth Park Cemetery (ref
www.findagrave.com).




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3.   Ellen Barbara EAGLES
Birth of Ellen Barbara Eagles 31 Dec 1810, bap 16 Feb 1811 at St Nicholas Liverpool, Lancashire, dau of Samuel Eagles & Ellen Chippindale, residence Newington Street, Tobacconist (ref Ancestry Liverpool CofE Baptisms image).

Ref 1841 census. Lancashire, England. Civil Parish of Toxteth Park. Registration district of West Derby. Address: Ullet Lane.
Together with her mother and 2 siblings:
Ellen Eagles. Age 20. Born in Lancashire.

Ref 1851 census. Lancashire, England. Parish of Toxteth Park. Registration District of West Derby. Address: Ullett Lane.
Together with her mother and 2 siblings:
Ellen B Eagles. Dau. Unm. Age 35. Born Lancashire Liverpool.

Ref 1861 census. Lancashire, England. Parish of Toxteth Park. Registration District of West Derby. Address: Ullet Road.
Together with 2 siblings:
Ellen Eagles. Sister. Unm. Age 35 [43]. House Keeper. Born Liverpool.

Ref 1871 census. Lancashire, England. Civil Parish of Toxteth Park. Registration district of West Derby. Address: Gillett Road Market Garden.
Together with 2 siblings:
Ellen B Eagles. Sister. Age 60. Market Gardener. Born Liverpool.

No further information found.




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    Issue of Barbara Eagles and John Stanley  
1.   John STANLEY
Birth of John Stanley 14 Sep 1798, bap 23 Oct 1798 at Liverpool St Peter, Lancashire, son of John & Barbara Stanley; Merchant, residence Bold Street (ref Ancestry Lancashire CofE Baptisms image).

Many possibilities.
 
2.   Barbara Milnes STANLEY (1)
Birth of Barbara Milnes Stanley 4 Feb 1800, bap 8 Mar 1800 at Liverpool St Peter, Lancashire, dau of John & Barbara Stanley (ref Ancestry England Select Births and Christenings).
Death of Barbara Milnes Stanly [sic] 12 May 1802, buried 13 May 1802 at Toxteth, St James with St Matthew & Holy Trinity; age 2yrs 6 mths; Merchant (ref Ancestry Liverpool CofE Burials image).
 
3.   Thomas Eagles STANLEY
Birth of Thomas Eagles Stanley 8 May 1801, bap 10 Jun 1801 at Liverpool St Peter, Lancashire, son of John & Barbara Stanley (ref Ancestry England Select Births and Christenings).

No further information found.
 
4.   Barbara Milnes STANLEY (2)
Bap of Barbara Milnes Stanley 24 Mar 1803 at Holy Trinity, Hull, Yorkshire, dau of Jno. & Barba. Stanley (ref Ancestry England & Wales Christening no image).
Burial of Barbara Stanley 20 Apr 1804 at Hull, York, dau of John & Barbara Stanley (ref Ancestry Select Burials).
 
5.   Barbara Milnes STANLEY (3)
Bap of Barbara Milnes Stanley 27 May 1808, at Beeston St Mary, Yorkshire (Chapel of Leeds St Peter), dau of John & Barbara Stanley (ref Ancestry Yorkshire Baptisms image) with her sister.

Marr reg Sep qtr 1839 at Hull dist, Yorkshire of Barbara Milnes Stanley to Edward MILNER (ref FreeBMD). The marriage was 14 Aug 1839 at Kingston-Upon-Hull, and she was single (ref Ancestry England Select Marriages). Edward was born c1808 at Hull, Yorkshire (ref census).

Ref 1841 census. Yorkshire, England. Civil Parish of Holy Trinity. Registration district of Kingston upon Hull. Address: Bridge St.
Edwd Milner. Age 30. Druggist. Born in Yorkshire.
Barbara Milner. Age 30. Born in Yorkshire.

Ref 1851 census. Yorkshire, England. Parish of Sculcoates. Registration District of Sculcoates. Address: 2 Wellington Place.
Together with son Edwd Stanley Milner and a servant:
Edward Milner. Head. Mar. Age 40. Chemist Druggist (3 apptces). Born Hull.
Barbara Milner. Wife. Mar. Age 38. Born Sculcoates.

Death reg of Barbara Milnes Milner Dec qtr 1856 at Kensington dist, Middlesex age 52 [probably 49] (ref GRO Index). No probate found.

Edward died 6 Aug 1860. Death reg of Edward Milner Sep qtr 1860 at Sculcoates dist, Yorkshire age 52 (ref GRO Index).
"DEATHS. MILNER.- On the 6th inst., aged 52 years, Mr. Edward Milner, chemist, Bridge-street, Hull." (ref British Newspapers, York Herald Sat 11 Aug 1860)

"MILNER Edward. Effects under 1,000. 20 September. Letters of Administration of the Personal estate and effects of Edward Milner late of the Borough of Kingston-upon-Hull in the County of York Chemist and Druggist a Widower deceased who died 6 August 1860 at the said Borough were granted at York under the usual Limitations to William Milner of the said Borough Grocer the Uncle and Guardian of Edward Stanley Milner a Minor the only Child of the said Deceased he having been first sworn." (ref Ancestry National Probate).

Son Edward was with his Milner uncle in the next 2 census records.







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    Child:  
  1. Edward Stanley MILNER born 1846 at Kingston upon Hull, Yorkshire
 
6.   Mary Eliza STANLEY
Bap of Mary Eliza Stanley 27 May 1808, at Beeston St Mary, Yorkshire (Chapel of Leeds St Peter), dau of John & Barbara Stanley (ref Ancestry Yorkshire Baptisms image) with her sister.

No further information found.
 
7.   Harriett STANLEY
Birth of Harriett Stanley 17 Dec 1808, bap 26 Mar 1809 at Beeston St Mary, Yorkshire (Chapel of Leeds St Peter), dau of John & Barbara Stanley (ref Ancestry West Yorkshire CofE Baptisms image).

No further information found.
 
8.   William STANLEY
Birth of William Stanley 11 Jun 1810, bap 20 Jan 1812 at Rotherham, Yorkshire, son of John & Barbara Stanley [who died in childbirth] (ref Ancestry England Select Births and Christenings).

No further information found.
 
    Issue of Richard Burgus Eagles and Elizabeth Ellison  
1.   Mary Ellison EAGLES
Born c1812, possibly in Cheshire, England (ref marriage, and her brother was born in Cheshire).

Marriage 28 Apr 1830 at St Oswald Chester, Cheshire, of Mary Ellison Eagles to John KIDD (ref Ancestry and fmp). Mary was aged 18, dau of Richard Burgess Eagles; John was born in 1806 (ref fmp Great Britain B M & D records).
"John Kidd bachelor of the Parish of Farmouth in the County of Lancaster, Gentleman, and Mary Ellison Eagles of this Parish, Spinster were married in this church by Licence with the consent of those whose consent is required this 28 April 1830", witnesses William Kidd and others. (fmp image)

No further information found.
 
2.   Arthur Ellison EAGLES
Bap of Arthur Ellison Eagles 29 Jul 1813 at Woodchurch, Cheshire, son of Richard & Elizabeth; residence Landican (?), Gent (ref fmp Cheshire Chester Baptisms image).

On 23 Mar 1829, Arthur Ellison Eagles was apprenticed to Charles Bird of Liverpool to serve him in his profession as Attorney and Solicitor for 5 years; his father was Richard Burgess Eagles; at Chester (ref Ancestry, UK Articles of Clerkship).

There is an ambiguous item in Ancestry, UK Extracted Probate Records, regarding Arthur Ellison Eagles, date Jan 1837, place Liverpool, Cheshire, England; Book, Marriage Licences Granted within the Diocese of Chester; collection Cheshre : Chester - Wills and Administrations 1834-1837, volume Lancashire Wills; text: "Eagles, Arthur Ellison, Liverpool, master Mariner. A Jan 1837". It is not clear whether this refers to his marriage or death in 1837.

No further information found.
 
    Issue of Charles Eagles and Jane Lowe  
1.   Mary EAGLES
Birth of Mary Eagles 29 Jun 1802, bap 24 Aug 1802 at Wigan All Saints, Lancashire, dau of Charles & Jane (ref Ancestry).
"Mary first dau of Charles Eagles of Hallgate Tobacconist & Jane his Wife Dau of George & Mary Lowe, born 29th of June, bap 24th of August" (ref Ancestry Wigan CofE Baptisms)

Burial of Mary Eagles 10 Feb 1805 at Guilden-Sutton, Cheshire, dau of Charles Eagles, residence Guilden-Sutton (ref fmp Cheshire Chester BT Burials image).
 
2.   Thomas EAGLES
Birth of Thomas Eagles 22 Sep 1803, bap 24 Feb 1805 at St John the Baptist, Chester, Cheshire, son of Charles & Jane (ref fmp Cheshire Chester BT Baptisms image).

In 1820 Thomas migrated to India to work with the East Indian Militia; his service extended from 1820 to 1863 (ref personal ref 1, 2017).

Marriage 24 May 1824 in the church of St Mary Magdalene, Poonamallee, Madras, India of Thomas Eagles to Harriett Petronella TREAGER (ref Ancestry India Select Marriage, no image, her name corrupted as Peternell Jrugher). The image supplied by personal source 1 (2017) has TREIGHER. Birth of Henrietta [sic] Petronella Treager 26 Dec 1806, bap 4 Apr 1807 at St Thomas Mount, Madras, India, dau of John Conrad Treager & Esther (ref Ancestry India Select Marriages, no image; image supplied by personal source 1 2017).

Death of Harriet Petronella Eagles 31 Jul 1875, buried 1 Aug 1875 at Bangalore, Madras, India, age 68, spouse T. Eagles (ref Ancestry India Select Deaths and Burials, no image).

Death of Thomas Eagles 16 Mar 1876; age 73 years 6 months; Place Bangalore St Andrew; Lieutenant Ordnance Department / Retired; buried 17 Mar 1876; cause of Death Old Age and debility (ref fmp, British India Office Deaths & Burials, Parish register transcripts form the Presidency of Madras).

The Will of Thomas Eagles, dated 6 Sep 1866.
"In the name of God Amen.
I Thomas Eagles Deputy Assistant Commissary of Ordnance of the Ordnance Department in the Madras Establishment, being in health of body, and in sound mind,and memory do make this my last Will and Testament, at the same time revoking all former Wills made by me, declaring this to be my last Will and Testament.
After payment of all my just debts, funeral and testamentary expenses, I give and bequeath unto Harriett Petronella [or Petrinella] Eagles my Wife, and in case of her death to my son Henry Eagles Clerk in the Audit Office of the Chief Commissioner of Mysore, all my real and personal estate, and hereby appoint my wife Harriett Petronal [?] Eagles and my son Henry Eagles joint Executrix and Executor of this my last Will and Testament, as witness my hand this sixth day of September, one thousand eight hundred and sixty six. Signed Thos Eagles, Deputy Asst Comm of Ordn.
Signed and acknowledged by the said Thomas Eagles the Testator,and for his last Will and Testament, in the presence of us,who at his request, in his presence and in the presence of each other have hereunto subscribed our names as witnesses." (There follow a number of signatories.) (ref fmp British India Office Wills of Soldiers image)




    Children:  
  1. Charles EAGLES born 1826, bap 1826 at Madras, India  
  2. George EAGLES bap 1829 at Madras, India  
  3. Thomas Cazaly EAGLES born 1832, bap 1843 at Madras, India  
  4. William Lowe EAGLES born 1835, bap 1843 at Madras, India  
  5. John EAGLES born 1841, bap 1843 at Madras, India  
  6. Harriett Louisa EAGLES born 1844 at Madras, India  
  7. Henry EAGLES born 1846 at Madras, India
 
3.   Elizabeth EAGLES
Birth of Elizabeth Eagles 23 Jan 1805, bap 24 Feb 1805 at St John the Baptist, Chester, Cheshire, dau of Charles & Jane (ref fmp Cheshire Chester BT Baptism image).
She married 8 Dec 1827 in St George Hanover Square Hackney London, England, to Jaques (James) CAZALY, born 4 Oct 1779; bap 31 Oct 1779 at The Artillery French Huguenot Spitalfields London, Jaques, son of Jean Pierre Cazaly & Jeanne Poulain. Pallot's Marriage Index has James Cazaly, b. of St John Hackney, by licence.

The actual wording of the Licence for his marriage is as follows:
" Faculty Office: 3rd December 1827.
APPEARED PERSONALLY James Cazaly St John Hackney in the County of Middlesex a Bachelor aged Twenty one year and upwards and prayed a Licence for the solemnization of Matrimony in the Parish Church of Saint George Hanover Square in the same County between him and Elizabeth Eagles in the Parish of Saint George aforesaid. A Spinster also aged Twenty and upwards, and made Oath that he believeth there is no Impediment of Kindred or Alliance, or any other lawful Cause, nor any suit commenced in any Ecclesiastical Court to bar or hinder the Proceeding of the said Matrimony, according to the Tenor of such Licence. And he further made oath that the said Elizabeth Eagles hath had her usual place of abode within the said Parish of St George Hanover Square for the space of Fifteen Days last past." (The signatures include that of James Cazaly.)


Folio 115, No. 1025 in register of marriages solemnized in the Parish of St. George, Hanover Square, in the month of December 1827 (ref fmp).
"James Cazaly a Bachelor of the Parish of Saint John Hackney and Elizabeth Eagles a Spinster of this Parish were married in this Church by Licence this eighth day of December in the Year 1827 by me Evan Nepean Ack, Curate. This Marriage was solemnized between us, Jas Cazaly, Elizabeth Eagles. In the Presence of John Hovee, S. Hovee."

In 1833 James was an Executor for his cousin Mary Ann Cazaly:
"No 137463. No I/a, fo 8032. Sworn under 5000. died 27 Oct 1833.
Mary Ann Cazaly of Elder Street Norton Falgate died possessed of
4225 - New 3/2 - 96 3/8 - 4071.16.11
And by her will dated 26 May 1833 attested by two witnesses appointed James Cazaly Thomas Cazaly and William Cazaly Executors to whom Probate was granted at Doctors Commons [Doctors' Commons, also called the College of Civilians, was a society of lawyers practising civil law in London] 11 November 1833 therein described formerly of Northampton Terrace Lower Road Islington and late of Vittoria Place Hackney in the County of Middlesex
Identified as per Afft (Ti71)
In the Will are the followowing words
I give and bequeath to my sister Mary Ann Louisa Colomb to my sister Charlotte Margaret Julian and to my nephew William Adolphus Cazaly all the property I may have at my death in equal portions reserving nevertheless as much of my funded property to pay an annuity of Forty pounds per annum to my Cousin Sarah Cazaly and at her demise the said reserved sum of funded property to be divided in equal portions between the three children of my sister Mary Ann Louisa Colomb and my nephew William Adolphus Cazaly.
I request my Cousins James Cazaly Thomas Cazaly and William Cazaly will be my Executors. [There follows a note about the distribution of the money between the recipients.]"

In 1829, 1830, 1832 & 1834 their address was Claremont Cottages, West Hackney, and he was an Accountant, Merchant's Clerk and Merchant (ref Ancestry, Charles' & Charlotte & Peter & Henry's baptisms).
In 1836, 1838 & 1839 James was a Merchant living at Barrett Grove, Newington at Owen, Foy & Catherine's baptisms (ref Ancestry London baptisms).

Ref 1841 census, No. 2 R Barrett Grove, Parish of Stoke Newington, Middlesex.
Together with children Charlotte (10), Peter (9), Henry (7), Owen (5), Foy (3), Catherine (7 mo) and a servant:
James Cazaly. Age 45. Clerk. Born in Middlesex.
Elizabeth Cazaly. Age 30. Not born in Middlesex.

In 1845 & 1846 James was an Accountant living at Barrett Grove at Elizabeth & James's baptisms (ref Ancestry London baptisms).

Ref 1851 census. Middlesex, England. Parish of Stoke Newington. Address: 1 Barrett Grove, Stoke Newington.
Together with children Charles (22), Peter (19), Henry (17), Owen (15), Foy (13), Catherine (11), James (9), Elizabeth (6) and 2 servants:
James Cazaly. Head. M. Age 60. Accountant. Born Middlesex. [indexed as Cazaley]
Elizabeth Cazaly. Wife. M. Age 45. Born Chester.

James, of Barrett Grove, died 9 June 1854 in Hackney, London, and was buried on 17 June 1854 in Abney Park Trust Cemetery, Hackney (ref Abney Park records). The Times of 13 June 1854 (page 1, col A) reported
'On the 9th inst., at 1, Barrett-grove, Stoke Newington, of chronic bronchitis, James Cazaly, Esq., aged 76, upwards of 60 years clerk in the house of Messrs. Doxat and Co., merchants.' (Going by the dates he was actually 74.)

A notice appeared in the Times:
"MR. JAMES CAZALY, formerly of Claremont Cottage, and late of No. 1, Barrett-grove, Stoke Newington, Middlesex, died in June, 1854. - Any person who may possess or who can give any INFORMATION respecting any WILL, Money, or other Property of the deceased, are requested to send the same to his widow, Mrs. Cazaly, of No. 1, Barrett-grove, Stoke Newington; or to communicate with her, or her solicitors, Messrs. Gregson and Son, of No. 8, Angel-court, Throgmorton-street, London, and they will be liberally REWARDED for their trouble." (The Times, Sep 5, 1854.)

Elizabeth and daughter Catherine arrived at Ballarat, Victoria, Australia, approx 1856 (the year obtained from her death certificate) and then lived at Mount Weatherboard near Ballarat (ref Ballarat Star newspaper 26/10/1903 which incorrectly stated that the husband James also arrived; he had already died in London.) Her son Henry purchased a block of land at Weatherboard Hill, Parish of Burrumbeet, Shire of Ballarat (Allotment 6, Section C) at the land sales in 1857. All of the children except the two eldest, Charles and Charlotte, emigrated to Australia, but the exact emigration dates are not known.

It seems most likely that the family came out in several groups. Firstly, Peter and Henry in either 1854 or 1855 but definitely by mid 1855, as there was a letter waiting for Henry then in Melbourne GPO. Then Owen and John who are probably the passengers listed as arriving on the vessel New Great Britain on 23 Feb 1856. Following this, Elizabeth and the remaining children Catherine, James and Elizabeth arrived during the same year.

In a list of unclaimed letters at the Ballarat Post Office for 1st September 1857, both Mrs Cazaly and E Cazaly (probably daughter Elizabeth) are listed. (ref Trove, The Star Ballarat, Tues 1 Sep 1857).

In the 1861 Ballarat directory the Cazaly family, Mrs Cazaly and various children, are listed as living at Drummond Street - Mrs Cazaly, J Cazaly, John Cazaly, H Cazaly, O Cazaly, P Cazaly.

Elizabeth's address was Drummond Street, Ballarat, Victoria, Australia, at her death. Elizabeth died 3 Aug 1863 at Ballaarat West, Victoria, Australia (Vic reg 5762), buried Ballaarat Old Cemetery (grave AN/7/4 with no headstone). She died of phthisis; her son Owen was the informant; the witnesses to her burial were her son in law William Little and her son Peter Cazaly, and all nine children were listed as living, with their ages (ref Death Certificate). Also buried in her grave in 1889 was her infant great-grandson, William Fitzgerald Cazaly (son of William and grandson of Peter).

Elizabeth and James (Jaques) had 9 children. See the
CAZALY TREE for further information.












































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SEE CAZALY TREE

Updated 26 Apr 2017