|Baptised||September 23, 1838||Youghal (see record)|
|Married||July 16, 1859||Youghal record|
|Died||1917||Youghal (probable civ reg deaths record Jul-Sep 1917)|
The April 1911 Census recordA recordB lists him as a retired labourer, age 72, born in Co. Cork, Roman Catholic, unable to read, speaks English, married for 52 years, 6 children born alive and 5 children still alive, living at 3 Buckleys Lane
The 1901 Youghal Census lists the family as: 4 SOUTH CROSS LANE, WEBSTER - John & Anastatia, George, Robert
The 1911 Youghal Census lists the family as: 3 BUCKLEY'S LANE, WEBSTER - John & Anastatia, George, Bob
|Known as||Ansty or Anstice|
|Baptised||March 4, 1835||Youghal (record)|
|Died||1918||Youghal (civ reg deaths index Apr-Jun 1918, Youghal, v.4, p.520)|
The March 31, 1901 Census record lists her as age 60, born in Youghal|
The April 2, 1911 Census record lists her as age 73, born in Co. Cork, Roman Catholic, unable to read, speaks Irish and English, living at 3 Buckleys Lane.
"John McCarthy" is one of the sponsors at the baptism of Robert in 1878. Anastatia's mother was a McCarthy. Is John McCarthy related to Anastatia?
|Born||1861?||(estimate from Census records)|
|Married||July 15, 1885||Youghal (civ reg marriages index: George Mulley and Mary Webster, Youghal Jul-Sep 1885 (Group Registration ID 2341835))|
|Died||1937?||(possible civ reg deaths index Youghal Jul-Sep 1937 v.4. p.433, age 64. Note that there is another deaths index record for a Mary Mulley who died in Youghal in 1954 age 70, but that is probably Mary Webster's daughter-in-law (son John's wife).)|
|Notes||Mary married George MULLEY.|
John (Jack) 1885 (civ reg births index Youghal Oct-Dec 1885 v.4 p.731) who died March 17, 1940 (see record That record says he was age 54, and notes, "Son of George Mulley and of Mary Mulley (Nee Webster) of Youghal, Co. Cork, Irish Republic; husband of Mary E. Mulley, of Youghal. Also served in the 1914-1918 War.")
George W. 1887?
Charles Paul 1891 (civ reg births index Youghal Jul-Sep 1891 v.4 p.707; baptismal record: Charles Paul Mulley, Date of Baptism: June 28, 1891, Address: Church Lane, Roman Catholic Parish: Youghal, Father: George Mulley, Mother: Mary Webster, Sponsors: James Holmes and Mary Walsh [baptismal record has a later addition that Charles was married in Brooklyn on June 3, 1923 - probable record: Charles Mulley married Margaret Hatting on May 23, 1923 in Brooklyn (Cert No. 5922 Kings County]). UK Royal Naval Reserve Service Index: Charles Paul Mulley, Birth Date: 27 Jun 1891, Birth Place: Youghal, County Cork, Service number: A 4984. U.S. 1930 Census shows Charles and Margaret living in Brooklyn he is age 38, immigrated 1921, first married at age 31. She is 46, immigrated 1889 (born in Ireland of Irish parents), first married at age 32 (so Charles is not her first husband))
James 1894 (not certain this is their child. Need to obtain record to verify)(civ reg births index Youghal Jan-Mar 1894 v.4 p.735)(civ reg deaths index Youghal Apr-June 1894 v.4 p.613)
Mary Jane 1896 (civ reg births index Youghal Oct-Dec 1896 v.4 p.709)
The 1901 Irish Census lists the Mulley family as follows. This puts Mary's birth at around 1861 and she would be the first child of John and Anastatia
Mulley George 42 Male Head of Family Church of Ireland
Mulley Mary 40 Female Wife R Catholic
Mulley George W 13 Male Son Church Ireland
Mulley Charles 9 Male Son Church Ireland
Mulley Mary Jane 4 Female Daughter Church Ireland
And for the family in the Irish 1911 Census:
Mulley George 51 Male Head of Family Church of Ireland
Mulley Mary 49 Female Wife Roman Catholic
Mulley Charles Paul 19 Male Son Roman Catholic
Mulley Mary Jane 14 Female Daughter Roman Catholic
|Born||May 1, 1867||source: George Webster, Birth Date: 1 May 1867, Birth Place: Youghal, Baptism Place: Youghal, Father's Name: John Webster, Mother's name: Anstey Slocum (Ancestry.com. Ireland, Births and Baptisms database); civ reg births index: George Webster, Date of Registration: 1867, district: Youghal, v.9, p. 1036|
|Baptised||May 5, 1867||Youghal (George Webster, Date of Baptism: 5 May 1867, Address: Youghal, Parish: Youghal, Father: John Webster, Mother: Anastatia Slocum, Sponsors: Thomas Lee and Hannah Slocum. See record)|
|Married||1913||Youghal (civ reg births index: George Webster and Mary Pomfret, Date of Registration: Apr-Jun 1913, district: Youghal, v.4, p.433)|
|Died||1953?||(probable civ reg deaths index Youghal Jan-Mar 1953, v.4 p.475, age 79|
The April 1911 Census record lists him as fisherman, age 40, single, born in Co. Cork, Roman Catholic, living with his parents at 3 Buckleys Lane
George married Mary POMFRET in 1913 and had children:
George (Merchant Navy)[Civ reg births index: Mother's name: Pomfret, Youghal Apr-Jun 1912, v.4 p.614 *get copy*]
Jack (Merchant Navy)
Patrick (Paddy)[probable record "Patrick Joseph Webster" civ reg births index Youghal Oct-Dec 1916 *get copy*],
Robert (Bobby)[civ reg births index Youghal Oct-Dec 1919 *get copy*] (Royal Navy, lost Nov. 25, 1941, H.M.S. Barham. He was a leading stoker, age 22. He is listed on Panel 54, Column 3 of the Portsmouth Naval Memorial)
The Electors List 1943/44 lists at Sarsfield Terrace: George, Mary, George, John, Patrick. Presumably George, who married Mary and had children, George, John and Patrick, is the George born about 1912.
Mike Hackett, in his book, "Sars", says that "In some cases whole families emigrated on the Innisfallen boat from Cork - having first got the train from Youghal. Remembered are: ... the Websters of no. 62 [Sarsfield Terrace] (George and Mary)."
|Baptised||August 8, 1871||Youghal (see record)|
|Married||February 8, 1891||Youghal record|
|Died||December 1, 1957||Youghal, Ireland|
|Notes||Catherine was born at Prospect Hill
(top of Hangman's Hill) behind Graddy's. In the 1930s May and brother
Graddy lived there. The land from Prospect Hill (Graddy's) down to
South Cross Lane was reputed to have been formerly owned by the family.|
Catherine married James O'DONOGHUE
|Born||March 1, 1874||Youghal (Ireland Births and Baptisms database on ancestry.com: John Webster, Birth Date: 1 Mar 1874, Birth Place: Youghal, Baptism Place: Youghal, Father's Name: John Webster, Mother's name: Anastatia Slocum)|
|Baptised||March 3, 1874||Youghal (see record)|
|Married||June 30, 1901||Youghal (see record)|
|Notes||Jack served in the Royal Navy from the end of the Nineteenth Century and was awarded the D.S.M. for his part in the Battle of Jutland (1916) ("Acting Chief Petty Officer John Webster, O.N. 181723" see http://www.naval-history.net/WW1NavyBritishLGDecorations1916Jutland.htm), he married Mary Kate AHER and had children, Reginald (Surgeon R.N. & R.A.M.C. WWII) and Vera (W.R.N.S. WWII)|
|Born||1876||Haymans Hill, Youghal (Ireland Births and Baptisms database on ancestry.com: Hannah Webster, Birth Date: 9 Jun 1876, Birth Place: Haymans Hill [Youghal], Father's Name: John Webster, Mother's name: Anastatia Webster Slocum)|
|Baptised||June 6, 1876||Youghal (see record. Baptismal name is "Johanna Webster".)|
|Died||1876||Youghal (civ reg deaths index Youghal v.19 p.602, death age 0)|
|Born||August 7, 1878||Youghal (Ireland Births and Baptisms database on ancestry.com: Robert Webster, Birth Date: 7 Aug 1878, Birth Place: Yougal, Father's Name: John Webster, Mother's name: Anastatia Slocum Webster)(civ reg births index: Robert Webster, Date of Registration: Jul-Sep 1878, district: Youghal, v.4, p.891)|
|Baptised||August 11, 1878||Youghal (see record)|
|Died||June 5, 1962|
The April 1911 Census record lists him as fisherman, age 30, single, born in Co. Cork, Roman Catholic, living with his parents at 3 Buckleys Lane
Bob lived much of his adult life with his sister Catherine. Bob is buried in the same plot in the Youghal cemetery as his sister Catherine and her husband James
General, and speculative notes on the Slocums, and relatives of Catherine
Webster, as told by Catherine to Connie Donoghue:|
Dan McCarthy a farmer of Kineora, Youghal, married a Slocum. Mick Hickey married a ? Maraga. He was a grandson of a Slocum. John Marraga (or Marriga) married Johanna Slocum in Youghal in 1873 (a different Johanna Slocum than married Emanuel Destories in 1870). Richie Hickey, son of Mick Hickey, told Connie Donoghue that the name Maraga was de Madriaga and they came from Newfoundland, probably originally Spaniards in the cod fishing industry. Youghal was an important port in sailing ship days.
Note: John Maraga was a sponsor at the baptism (1874) of John Webster (son of John Webster and Anastatia Slocum); Mary E. Marriga was a sponsor at the baptism of George Donoghue (1899) son of Jim Donoghue and Catherine Webster; Thomas Mariga was a sponsor at the baptism of George DeStories (1874) (son of Johanna Slocum who married Emanuel DeStories in 1870). Also, Michael Hickey (b abt 1873) (supposed to be a grandson of a Slocum) married Margaret Maraga in Youghal in 1904. Need to trace the relationships between Mariga and Slocum families.
A Slocum was reputed to be a survivor of an American ship wrecked in the bay?
Tod Sloan, a famous American jockey - his real name was Slocum, was said by Catherine Webster to have been related to her.
It is said that a Protestant minister executed at Wexford was related. Catherine Webster remembered going there by mail coach as a small child (say 1877)
Bobby Chappel's (Protestant d. 1960s) mother was a Carroll.
There were relatives in San Francisco who sent clothing to Catherine Webster. A trunk with a Wells Fargo label was in the house in the 30s. They reputedly owned a cannery and a woolen mill. The 1906 earthquake may have killed them?