m. Mary Ann Coxon, Sheffield, 1842.
Records indicate that Edward married Mary Ann only after the birth of their sixth child (see also Thomas Tunaley Jnr.)
Edward d. 9-3-1865.
The following information supplied by Dr. Jane Holmes of New Zealand :
1901: Frank S. Tunaley,aged 48 years, widower, employed as railway clerk and living in the Union Workhouse.
1901: Frank Norman, aged 22 years, boarding at 19, Newland St., St. Werburgh's, Derby.
1901 census: Ethel, aged 14, living with uncle William and aunt Emma Bennett at 160, Pear Tree St. Derby. William, a Brewer's Traveller. One servant. N.B. Ethels' mother, also Emma, had died 1899 and William was the brother of Frank's late wife.
Frank Septimus Tunaley
b. Derby, 1852.
m. Emma Elizabeth Bennett, Derby, 1878 (Emma b.
abt 1857, Derby, d. 31 January 1899, Richmond
Terrace, Derby, aged 43 years).
Frank d. Derby, 1916.
Nowadays, there is no Grange Terrace in Derby (see panel right). The street was probably demolished many years ago but, at the time, might well have been close to Grange Street, Derby, a road located only short walking distance from the railway.
Mary Ann Coxon
b. 1813, Derby.
m. Edward Tunaley, Sheffield, 1842.
Mary d. 1856, Derby.
Frank's sister, Sarah Tunaley , married Joe Shaw shortly after mother Mary Ann died.
1861 census has Sarah and husband Joe living in Park St., Derby.
Sister Kate and Frank aged 13 and 9 are listed as sister/brother-in-law living with the Shaw family at that address.
In 1871 census Frank is listed as still living with the Shaw family at 6 Lower Park St., Derby but there is no mention of Kate Tunaley who by now would be aged 23. Frank now working as a Railway Clerk.
1881 census: Frank is now married to Emma living at 35, Warner St., Derby (see photo).
1891 census: occupation of Frank: Railway Clerk. Frank now living with Emma and two children Frank Jnr., aged 12, and Ethel, aged 4, + 1 servant at 1, Grange Terrace, Derby (see panel left).