NameFanny GOODALL
Birth1789, Adbaston, Staffordshire
Baptism11 Oct 1789, Mucklestone, Stafford
Death19 Jan 1859
BurialAdbaston, Staffordshire
Spouses
1Thomas DEAKIN , GGGG Uncle
Birth26 Nov 1787
Death31 Jan 1838
Burial7 Feb 1838, Adbaston, Staffordshire
FatherRobert DEAKIN (1742-1821)
MotherSarah ADDISON (1744-1833)
Marriage27 Jun 1814, Mucklestone, Stafford
ChildrenMary Anne (1817-1856)
 Emma (1819-1870)
 Thomas Addison (1826-1858)
Notes for Fanny GOODALL
The IGI lists a christening Fanny Goodall, October 11, 1789 Mucklestone Stafford, father Peter Goodall. This matches the town where the marriage between a Thomas Deakin and Fanny Goodall took place and her birth year.

In the 1851 census New House”, Newport Road, Adbaston, Staffordshire.
Head Fanny Deakin, widow, age 61, Landed Proprietor, Farming 168 acres 2 indoor and 2 outdoor servants, born Adbaston, Staffordshire.
Daughter Emma Deakin, age 31, farmer’s daughter, born Adbaston.
Son Thomas Deakin, age 24, farmer’s son, born Adbaston.
Also a visitor and 4 servants. (Housemaid, dairy maid, cowman and general servant)

A possible match in the England Select Deaths and Burials
Fanny Deakin, age 69, buried January 27, 1859 Stafford, England
Notes for Thomas (Spouse 1)
From Pedigree of the Deakin Family, October 1859
[With details of later family members added afterwards]
In the possession of Alice Gertrude Deakin (1862 to 1946) to her grand nephew Arthur Keelinge Deakin (1917 to 1944) to his father Guy Barton Deakin (1882 to 1973) to his daughter Isabella Vera Deakin (1913 to 2005) to David Cooper.
Thomas Deakin
Born 26th November, 1787
Died 31st January 1838 and buried at Adbaston 7th February, 1838
Wife Fanny Goodall
Died 19th January, 1859 and buried at Adbaston

The IGI lists a marriage between Fanny Goodale and Thomas Deakin June 27 1814 Mucklestone Stafford. This date would fit the dates of their children’s birth.

UK Poll Books and Electoral Registers 1832
Hundred of Pirehill, North
Thomas Deakin, Adbaston

A Thomas Deakin, Esq. Adbaston House, near Eccleshall is listed as a subscriber of “Captain Sir John Ross’s Narrative on his Residence in the Arctic Regions During the Years 1829, 1830, 1, 2, & 1833”. Probably it is this Thomas Deakin.

Pigot’s Directory of Staffordshire 1835
Eccleshall
Nobility, Gentry and Clergy
Thomas Deakin, esquire, Adbaston
Maltsters
Addison Deakin, Church Street
Millers
Isaiah Deakin, Walk Mill

In his will dated 1834 Thomas Deakin of Adbaston, Staffordshire, Gentleman mentions his brothers Addison Deakin, Isaiah Deakin and James Deakin [His brothers Robert and John were deceased by this date]
He mentions his dear wife, but not by name.
also his daughters May Ann and Emma and his son Thomas Addison Deakin
Proved March 1, 1839 London
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