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This is page 2 of 2 showing a small part of the Trivett family of Devon & the two links by marriage to the Chapple family. If you have a connection to any individual or family featured here, or if you want to leave us your feedback, contact us. Browse the Trivett page by clicking the forward/back arrows or following the numbered e.g. [2] or parental [Parents] links.

The Trivett Family of Musbury & Shute, Devon

Sixth Generation

7.Link to census Henry TRIVETT [Parents]. Born 1/6/1828 in Shute, Henry died there 9/5/1880, age 51.

In 1855, when Henry was age about 26, he married Mary Ann CHAPPLE, daughter of William CHAPPLE & Frances RUSS.

They had the following children, all born in Shute:


(1) Selina Elizabeth, born about 1855. (2) Sarah Jane, born quarter ending September 1858. (3) Emma Jane, born quarter ending September 1860. (4) Alfred, born about 1861. (5) Ephraim William, born 9/11/1862. (6) Richard Henry, born 1865. (7) Albert, born about 1865. (8) John, born about 1867. (9) Hannah, born 1869. (10) Beatrice, born about 1877.


8.Link to census John TRIVETT [Parents]. Born about 1833 and died 20/8/1872 in Shute, age about 39. Cause of death certified as Typhus fever.

On 23/4/1856, when John was about 23, he married Emily SPILLER in Kilmington. Emily was born about 1833 and died 30/5/1920 in Kilmington, age 88. Cause of death certified as Senility (no post-mortem).

They had the following children:


(1) William, born 1860 in Kilmington. (2) Walter, born 8/3/1861 in Kilmington. Walter died in 1872 and was buried 3/9/1872 in Shute. Cause of death certified as Typhus. (3) Frederick, born 1864 in Kilmington. (4) Sidney John [9]. (5) Samuel James, born 1867 and died 1/9/1872 in Shute. Buried 3/9/1872. Cause of death certified as Typhus. (6) Mary Maria, born about 1870 in Shute. (7) Elizabeth, born 1871 in Shute.

Seventh Generation

9.Link to census Sidney John TRIVETT [Parents]. Born 29/3/1865 in Shute & died 19/1/1938 in Axminster, age 72. Cause of death certified as Acute cardiac failure; Pleurisy; Recent operation for enlarged prostate. Occupation: Road contractor.


On 16/7/1890, when Sidney was 25, he married Mary Ann LARCOMBE at St Michael’s Church, Shute. Mary was born 1863 & died 12/2/1903 in Axminster. Cause of death certified as Phthisis (in other words, Tuberculosis) and exhaustion.

They had the following children:


(1) Ernest William, born 23/12/1891. (2) Dorothy Minna, born 23/3/1893. 3. Thirza Mary, born 1895 & died 21/3/1970 in Exeter.


On 26/10/1904, when Sidney was age 39, he married Elizabeth Ella CHAPPLE, daughter of Richard CHAPPLE & Amelia ROSE, in Axminster.

They had the following children:


(1) Ronald Sidney, born 24/8/1905 in Axminster & died 25/2/1989 in Poole, Dorset. In the quarter ending December 1926, when Ronald Sidney was age 21, he married Winifred Alice HAYTER in Axminster. Born quarter ending June 1901 in Brentford, Winifred Alice died quarter ending September 1981 in Honiton, age 80. They had 3 children who are believed to be still living. (2) Arthur George, born 21/12/1909 in Axminster & died 27/2/1973 in Exeter, age 63. In the quarter ending December 1933, when Arthur George was age about 23, he married Marjorie Mary HARRIS in Axminster. It is not known when Majorie was born or when she died. They had 2 children who are believed to be still living.


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Arthur & Ronald Trivett at seaside picture Arthur & Ronald Trivett picture Elizabeth Ella Trivett nee Chapple picture Sidney & Elizabeth Ella Trivett at seaside picture Sidney & Elizabeth Ella Trivett family picture Census link Census link Census link
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