SARAH STREET Marriage: 01 DEC 1755 Wickersley to WILLIAM DOBB
Elisabeth STREET married in 1781 at Braithwell to William TYAS, born 1758 at Maltby.
Sarah Street married John Firth 23 MAR 1809 Wickersley
WILLIAM STREET m. 30 MAR 1752 to Tabatha Longdin. She was buried at St. Albans
Ann Street (Nee Shaw) was buried at Laughton-en-le-Morthen in 1830.
George Street a Farmer and was married to Mary Wells 1830 at Laughton-en-le-Morthen, Children:
Mary Styring, born 1820 in Guilthwaite, Whiston, had a daughter Agnes,born 1841 in Wickersley, who married Albert Street,a Saddler, born 1843 in Wickersley. At the time of the 1881 census, they were living at Pinch Mill Road, Quarryfield, Wickersley.
By 1891 the Albert had his own farm, some of the Styrings lived here, possibly to help with the farm:
By 1901 there was only Albert and Agnes, plus a Servant, Sarah Parker(b 1887).
William Street, son of Joseph and Elizabeth (nee Else), was born in Brampton-en-le-Morthen, christened in 1800 at Treeton. A Blacksmith, he was living in Wickersley from at least 1825 when his first child was born.
He married first,Jane born 1796 in Wickersley who died 1834 at Rotherham aged 38. They had 3 children: (Source:Family)
After Janes death in 1834, William married again to Ann (Nee Bell), (christened in 1800 at Scafforth, Notts), daughter of William and Hannah Bell.
Children of William and Ann Street(Nee Bell):
Will of Ann Street nee Bell of Wickersley in the county of York Widow
Dated 5th May 1853
I give and bequeath unto my Daughter Esther Ann Street her Executors Administrators and Assigns all and singular my Household Furniture, Stock in Trade, Money Goods, Chattels and Personal Estate and effects whatsoever and wheresoever and of which I may be possessed or entitled to at the time of my decease. To hold the same unto my said Daughter Esther Ann Street her Executors Administrators and Assigns for her and their own use and benefit absolutely for ever and I appoint my Brothers William Bell and John Bell and my said Daughter Esther Ann Street Executors and Executrix of this my last Will
Witnesses: Charles Lindley, E Bellringer, Attorneys Clerks, Rotherham
William and both his wives Jane and Ann are buried together in St Albans churchyard near to the church itself.
Ann Street (Nee Bell) died Nov 24th 1885, aged 86
Children of Joseph and Harriet (Nee Ellis), all born Wickersley (Source:IGI):
William and Jane (Nee Street) Scammerdine had a daughter, Jane Street Scammerdine b.1875 Bramley who married C.Nelson. Jane was residing with grandparents Joseph and Harriet Street in 1881. By 1891 she was a servant aged 16 in Taylor household, Steel Manufacturer Endcliffe Lane Sheffield. She married Charles Nelson (b.1875) in 1899 Rotherham . Living at 26 Sydney Street Masborough Rotherham Now Jane Nelson Husband Charles not at home on Census night
It is noted that in 1833, a G. Street was farming in Wickersley, he was married to Mary Wells. Although the children were born in Wickersley and George was recorded as farming in Wickersley in 1833, by the 1851 census, George no longer living, and his family were living in Laughton-en-le-Morthen, all except John. Details of children can be found on Whiston Web.