See also

Mary CHAPELL (1781-1865)

Mary CHAPELL, daughter of John CHAPELL (1741-1765) and Mary OLIVER (1745- ), was born on 10 August 1781 in Cawsand, Cornwall. She married Joseph DUNSTONE in 1804 in Kingsand, Cornwall. She appeared in the census on 30 March 1851 in Cawsand aged 69.1 The address was: Back Street. She died on 9 January 1865 in Cawsand.

 

Joseph DUNSTONE, son of Thomas DUNSTONE ( - ) and Mary HANCOCK ( - ), was born in 1782 in Cawsand. He appeared in the census on 30 March 1851 in Cawsand aged 68.1 The address was: Back Street. On 30 March 1851 he was a Fisherman in Cawsand.1 He died on 9 January 1856 in Cawsand. He and Mary CHAPELL had the following children:

 

James DUNSTONE (1807-1890). James was born in 1807 in Cawsand. He married Jane HOCKEN on 8 October 1835 in Rame, Cornwall. In 1851 he was a Seaman Board of Ordnance in HM Dockyard aged 43. The address was: Gun Wharf. He appeared in the census in 1851 in Stoke Damerel, Plymouth aged 43. The address was: 85 Pembroke Street. He appeared in the census in 1861 in Stoke Damerel aged 53. The address was: 85 Pembroke Street. In 1861 he was a Mariner in HM Dockyard aged 53. The address was: Gun Wharf. He appeared in the census in 1871 in Cawsand aged 63. The address was: Duck Street. In 1871 he was a Pensioner, Board of Oradnance RN in Cawsand aged 63. The address was: Duck Street. He appeared in the census in 1881 in Cawsand aged 73. The address was: Garrett Street. In 1881 he was a Pensioner RN in Cawsand aged 73. The address was: Garrett Street. He died in January 1890 in Cawsand.2

Maria DUNSTONE (1809- ). Maria was born in 1809 in Rame.

John DUNSTONE (1811- ). John was born in 1811 in Cawsand.

Thomas DUNSTONE (1814-1891). Thomas was born in 1814 in Cawsand. He died Q4 1891 in Cawsand.

William DUNSTONE (1817- ). William was born in 1817 in Cawsand.

Joseph DUNSTONE (1821- ). Joseph was born in 1821 in Cawsand.

Sources

1"1851 Census". HO107.
Name,Relation,Condition,Sex,Age,Occupation,Where Born,Infirmity
Joseph Dunstone,Head,Mar,M,68,Fisherman,Cawsand, Cornwall,
Mary Dunstone,Wife,Mar,F,69,,Cawsand, Cornwall,
National Archives, Kew.
2Brian Jones, "An Undertakers Account Book" (A transcription of a 'Coffin Accont Book' kept from 1889 to 1937 by Wlliam Benjamin Carne (1846-1937) and his son Frederick Henry Carne (1869-1963), in which they recorded the funerals which they conducted during that period. The Carnes were builders and undertakers in Cawsand and the book was found in the attic during renovations to Fredericks former home in Armada Road, Cawsand.).