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Monday, 23 January 2023

Richard Eastabrook and Susana Derry

Stoke Damerel Churchyard
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Richard Eastabrook (b. 21 Jul 1811, bap. 17 Nov 1811 in Stoke Damerel, Devon) son of William Eastabrook and Ann Lobb (m. 6 Nov 1796 in Stoke Damerel) married Susana Derry (bap. 18 Jul 1816 also in Stoke Damerel), daughter of Richard Derry and Mary Minns, in 1845 in Stoke Damerel.

Richard and Susana had at least four children:
  1. Ellen Elizabeth Eastabrook b. 1846 D Q in STOKE DAMEREL Vol 09 433
  2. William Thomas Eastabrook b. 1848 S Q in STOKE DAMEREL 09 413
  3. Samuel Ebenezer Derry Eastabrook b. 1849 D Q in STOKE DAMEREL
  4. Hephzibah Sarah Eastabrook b. 1852 D Q in STOKE DAMEREL 05B 294
In 1851, Richard Eastabrook (39) Butcher, was living in Cambridge Street, Plymouth with Susan Eastabrook (34), Ellen Eastabrook (4), William Eastabrook (2) and Ebenezer Eastabrook (1) [Samuel Ebenezer].

In 1861, Richard Eastabrook (47), Susanna Eastabrook (42), Ellen Eastabrook (14), William Eastabrook (12), Samuel Eastabrook (10) and Hephzibah Eastabrook (8) were in Mill Street, Stoke Damerel.

Susan Eastabrook died on 14 Mar 1866 and was buried on 19 Mar 1866.

Richard Eastabook, widower then remarried, to Elizabeth Lydia Fanny Best, who, despite being 50 at the time of this marriage was a spinster, on 16 Mar 1868 at the Parish church of Stoke Damerel. Elizabeth Lydia Fanny Best b. 5 Apr 1817 and bap. 16 Mar 1848 in Stoke Damerel, was the daughter of Joseph and Elizabeth Best. Joseph was a Confectioner. 

In 1871, Richard Eastabrook (58) Butcher and Elizabeth Eastabrook (53) were living in Morice Town, Devonport. Ellen Eastabrook, listed as 21, from Davenport, Devonshire (sic) was a Housemaid in a household headed by Henry Keysell (43) Housekeeper in Queenhithe, City of London. William Eastabrook (21) also a Butcher, was a Servant in the household of Sarah Payne (27) Butcher, also in Morice Town. While Hephzibah Eastabrook (18) was a Domestic Servant in the household of Eliza Bowden (39) China And Earthenware Dealer, also in the district of Morice, Stoke Damerel.

In 1881, Richard Eastabrook (68) Butcher and Lydia Eastabrook (63) were living at 15 Pembroke Street, Devonport Stoke Damerel.

Richard Eastabrook died at 74, on 12 Mar 1886 (1886 M Quarter Volume 05B Page 290) and was buried on 19 Mar 1886, in Stoke Damerel. 

Elizabeth Eastabrook (71) of Pembroke Street, died on 14 Apr 1889 and was buried on 20 Apr 1889, also in Stoke Damerel.

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