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Staplegrove Shattockes

By Philip Shaddock
This graphic of the Shattocke tree shows the Staplegrove Shattocks in relation to other Shattockes. I have written extensively about the Shattockes in west Somerset on the English Heritage page.



"STAPLEGROVE, a parish in the hundred of Taunton, county Somerset, 1¾ mile N.W. of Taunton, its post town. The village is situated on the Great Western railway and the river Tone, and comprises a portion of the vale of Taunton-Dean. It formed a part of Taunton parish until 1554, from which period it has been a distinct parish. There are flax mills, a tannery, and a private lunatic asylum. The Great Western canal from Bridgwater to Tiverton passes along the southern boundary of the parish. The living is a rectory* in the diocese of Bath and Wells, value £200. The church is an ancient structure, with a tower containing five bells. Since its construction in the 15th century it has had two new aisles added, and in 1857 was thoroughly restored. The register dates from 1558. The parochial charities produce about £4 per annum. There is a National school, also a Sunday-school." From The National Gazetteer of Great Britain and Ireland (1868) Transcribed by Colin Hinson © 2003

Staplegrove is a parish in the Taunton district, Somerset; one and a half miles north west of the Taunton railway station. The Grand Western canal from Bridgwater to Tiverton passes along the southern boundary of the parish.

In the map on the left, you can see the relationship between the town of Taunton and the parish of Staplegrove. Most of the area within the red outline is farmland, with modern residences at the bottom of the area, next door to Norton Fitzwarren. 

Of special note is the statement in the National Gazetteer quoted above regarding the fact Staplegrove formed part of the parish of Taunton until 1554. You can see in the map above that Norton Fitzwarren, Staplegrove and Taunton were so close together that trying to assign Shattock lineages to each is somewhat meaningless. In spite of that fact I have followed a protocol that says the most distantly documented Shattock ancestor's final resting place gives the name to his lineage. 

Taunton might the town where the ancestor of all Shattockes settled. Towns and cities in England had a high proportion of foreign born residents, which makes Taunton a likely settling place for Shattocke immigrants. The other possibility is North Molton in Devon.

Staplegrove appears to be linked to North Petherton in the sense that Thomas Shattocke, born about 1640 in North Petherton, died in Staplegrove. His grandson Christopher Shattocke Sr. (ca. 1604-1675), who was born in North Petherton, also moved to Staplegrove. His son Christopher, born in 1630 in North Petherton, also died in Staplegrove. See the genealogy at the bottom of the North Petherton Shattockes page.

Also the villages between Taunton - Staplegrove, Creech St. Michael, Kingston St. Mary and West Monkton, appear to have places where Shattocke families moved back and forth. Henry Shattock owned all or part of the Creech customary mill in Creech St. Michael in 1584. Christopher Shattocke was involved in a legal dispute over a messuage (a dwelling house with outbuildings and land assigned to its use) in West Monkton sometime between 1603 and 1625. Henry Shattocke of West Monkton had a 99 year lease on 2 1/2 acres of "meadow" in West Monkton in 1610. Henry and Christopher are two names that act as markers for Shattocks in Staplegrove - Taunton and the surrounding villages. 

The first record we have of a Shattocke in Staplegrove is the death of Alice Shattocke in 1559. In early times there appears to be a dynasty of Shattockes in Staplegrove. A John Shattock, senior, has a will in 1630. There is a Henry Shattocke will in 1637. His widow appears to be assessed for lands in 1638. This means that Shattockes were land owners in Staplegrove at this time. She was also a church warden:

"Churchwarden Accounts From the Fourteenth Centure to the Close of the Seventeenth Century” by J. Charles Cox, LL.D., F.S.A. A pair of widows once officiated for a Somersetshire parish. The Account of the Widdow Farthinge and the Widdow Shattocke Church Wardens of Stapplegrove, Anno Do. 1645. Under their jurisdiction the parish paid for shrouds on six occasions, at prices varying from 55. To /s. 6d. Such payments do not occur elsewhere in the Staplegrove accounts. 



Arthur William Shattock (1893-1915) worked as a clerk for the railroad when he was 14. Then he took to adventure on the high seas, becoming a "telegraphist" on passenger ships between England and North America. Family legend has it that he did not look after his health. He died at the age of 21. He was a descendant of the Staplegrove Shattocks. 

It is likely Henry and his unnamed widow were the grandparents of Henry Shattocke born in 1656 in Staplegrove. Henry Shattocke married Mary (last name unknown) in Staplegrove when he was about 18 and had his first daughter Mary in the same year.  What makes it likely that Henry was the grandson is the fact he had a tax assessment in this period, which indicates he had property. And by law land is passed to the first born male of the family. 

Another member of the family, Thomas Shattocke, is cited in a lawsuit. One of his female servants got pregnant and identified "George Deacon" as the father. Apparently she had lain with him in a field close to Thomas Shattocke's house and at the "Three Crownes in Taunton." 


Henry and Mary had five children. Mary died Jun. 1, 1716, at the age of forty-nine.  Henry died just over a year later, in 1717. He left property because there was a will. 

Chasing the Entail


James Shattock (1890-1848) is a member of the Birmingham branch of the Staplegrove Shattocks. You can see where he fits into the Staplegrove Shattock family tree in the tree below. He is in the right most branch. Picture supplied by Carole (Shattock) Wray, his granddaughter. 

The key to tracing the ancestry of the Staplegrove (cum Norton Fitzwarren, cum Taunton, cum Corfe) Shattocks is the cookie crumb trail left by land transactions. The law of primogeniture in England means the legitimate, firstborn son inherits his parent's entire or main estate, in preference to daughters, elder illegitimate sons, younger sons and collateral relatives. An entail is this law applied over several generations so that the property remains in the family. The land owned by the Shattocks in Staplegrove and the surrounding area possibly goes back as far as John Shattocke of Staplegrove, who bequeathed property and a store and its "gear" to his sons and daughter in 1533. From the number of land transactions in the records involving Henry Shattocke (1656-1717), it appears he may have accumulated the largest store of Shattock wealth and lands. It appears that by the beginning of the 19th century these lands and wealth had been dissipated by his descendants. You will find a complete genealogy at the bottom of this page. This diagram shows the direct line of succession for people inheriting the entail for the Staplegrove Shattocks. They are in green type. The rest of the diagram shows people who have done DNA testing. 

You can also see where James William Shattock sits in the Staplegrove family tree relative to everybody else in this Staplegrove family tree. He is in purple text:

Click on the graphic to enlarge it.

The direct line of descent I include here will show you what a combination of historical records, including tax records, land transactions and parish records suggest. This will help you follow the discussion that follows.

Henry Shattocke 1656-1717 (Mary ? 1667–1716)
        John Shattock 1704–1775 (Mary Gale 1705–)
                    John Shattock 1757–1829 (Elizabeth Kebby)
                                    John Shattock c. 1780-1820 (Hannah Sheppard 1783–1837)
                                                    Samuel Kebby Shattock 1802–1854 (Harriet Whensley 1804–1862)
                                                    John Shattock 1809–1877 (Emily Williams 1817–1890)      

There is a John Shattock of Norton Fitzwarren who sold a considerable amount of property in 1834.

Somerset Heritage Centre DD\CH/117/4 Sale by John Shattock of Norton Fitzwarren to the Rev. Cecil Robert Smith of Bishops Lydeard of cottages and garden ground, 1834 3 documents                                                                    
       
When John Shattock married Emily Williams in 1839 she was 19. On the marriage license John is described as a "gentleman" from Birshop's Lydeard. Have I got his father's death date incorrect (1820?) or did John inherit property that he was forced to sell in 1834 at the age of 25? The fact that Shattocks were involved in property transactions at this time supports James William Shattocks story of a family forced to divest itself of property.
                            
It appears that Samuel Kebby Shattock lost the entail when he mortgaged his property. As we shall see, the Staplegrove Shattocks owned a lot of farms in the area, so this transaction may have been the final dissolution of the family wealth. Samuel had two girls, so we would expect the entail to pass to his brother, the only male sibling he had. That was John Shattock (1809-1877), who had financial difficulties and appeared to move often, one step ahead of the law until it finally caught up to him in Liverpool. There he was declared a bankrupt and imprisoned for his insolvency. He later emigrated to Chicago with his family. There is a direct male ancestor of the Staplegrove Shattocks who died in 2013 in California, probably unaware that he was a direct descendant of a very prominent and wealthy west Somerset family. 

John Shattock provides a description of how property might have been passed down by the first sons of the Staplegrove Shattocks and how it might have slowly and steadily dwindled away. You'll find his theoretical account on a sub-page of this one.

There is a surprisingly accurate account of the downfall of the Staplegrove Shattocks encapsulated in a handwritten letter by James William Shattock (1860-1948) to his son. It is this letter that weaves all the scattered evidence of the family into a coherent tale. 

James William Shattock's Letter


James William Shattock (1860-1948) with sons Victor Tom (seated) and Nelson James (standing). About 1888.

One of the descendants of the Staplegrove Shattocks, Kenneth Shattock, has preserved a remarkable heritage from his ancestors. and has sent me pictures and documents from the Staplegrove Shattocks document archive. One of the letters he sent me jumped out at me as soon as read it. It was a letter his grandfather, Victor Tom Shattock, received from his father, James William Shattock (1860-1948). Victor's father wrote to him in 1943, when his father was 83 years old. We have to thank good fortune that James William recorded one of the most important paragraphs of Staplegrove Shattock history five years before he passed away. Note that he was born in 1860, and was telling a family story about his own father and grandfather. Here is a portion from the letter that I have transcribed:

Our family was at one time a family of importance in the history of Staplegrove, residing at Hope House [now called Bishop's Mead]  on the Kingston Road for the Shaddock names are inscribed on the Arch of the dining room mantelpiece, owning nearly a square mile of the best land in Taunton dene. To show the importance of the family there were two vaults in the Staplegrove Church, north aisle, with names tracing the family back to the 14th century, and the importance of the family held is far as the 17 century. During the latter part the family apparently deteriorated, wild living and gambling caused them to lose their possessions and to raise mortgages in order to live and to the extent that two brothers, Lemuel and another, under pressure, went so far as the cut off their own entail to their property. Upon realizing the foolishness of their action they went off to Detroit, USA. Their action rendered your grandfather's father to be left in poor circumstances; he was able to farm some part of the land by paying a rent to those who held the mortgage. He resided at Kibbys Farm, Staplegrove, and on returning one day from the field and riding on the shaft of the cart, got killed, through the horse shying and turning the cart over on him, thus leaving a widow and a son, your grandfather, and three daughters to battle with the world. Your grandfather, Thomas Shaddock, born February 9, 1818, was the eldest, nine years old, had to go back to work to help keep his mother and three sisters and to make matters worse those who arranged the mortgage made the widow and her family leave the farm, Kibby's, because they could not pay the rent.

          A copy of the four page handwritten letter can be found here: 1 2 3 4 


Staplegrove church, in a suburb of Taunton. This is the place where the original Shattock families of Staplegrove were married, were buried, and celebrated life. 
According to the website for the church:  "the collective view of most authorities, who have studied the architecture of the building, suggests that the lower parts of the tower and main aisle are of 13th and 14th century origins, the remainder being later additions as the centuries go by, principally from the restoration of 1857."   

Did you notice what he said about inscriptions found in the Staplegrove church? There are inscriptions in two vaults in the north aisle with names tracing the family back to the 14th century.  

When I checked the facts in James William's letter, I have found them to be corroborated by documentary evidence. Some of the details have become muddied, like a faded old photograph, but the picture this paints of the family and the general truth and chronology of the events have been verified.

I have written an account of a John Shattock who was a merchant in the late 17th century, with some very high level connections in the kingdom. A female Shattock relative of his married into the prominent Richbell family of Southampton, Hampshire. Given the time frame it is highly likely John Shattock was from Taunton in Somerset. He played a major role in the burgeoning Alantic trade. Here about him here.

We can also get a measure of the ancient wealth and stature of the family from the record of a land transactions.

It is possibly the grandfather of Henry Shattocke, founder of Staplegrove Shattocks, who accumulated the largest fortune of the family. The elder Henry Shattock owned the church house in Creech St. Michael. The hamlet was where a mill and some dwellings were located three miles east of Taunton. From British History Online:  "In 1582 half the church house was let by Henry Shattock to Robert Cuffe with a proviso that the churchwardens might sell bread, beer, and victuals in the house and use it for the church ale."

Henry Shattock also was a part owner in the manor, a substantial holding: "The manor was divided, probably by Knapman, half passing in 1558 to John Radford (d. 1565) and later to John's son Lawrence, and half to John Harris, whose share in 1585 was sold by Nicholas Harris and Henry Shattock to Lawrence Radford."

He also had ownership in a mill in Creech St. Michael: "North End mill, probably the Creech customary mill, seems to be the mill of which William Knapman sold half to the elder Robert Cuffe in 1558 and Henry Shattock sold half to Robert Seager, possibly in trust for Robert Cuffe in 1584."

Henry Shattock, along with his sons Christopher and John, were involved in purchasing property in the manor of Vexford in Stogumber, about 11 miles on the road between Taunton and the east coast of Somerset. This town was not only a crossroads between Taunton and the coast, it was also a crossroads between Bridgwater in Somerset and Barnstaple in Devon. Streams in the area supported mills used in the mills and shops where tanners, dyers and fullers were engaged in the cloth and leather trade. The fact that Henry had interests in a mill in Creech St. Michael, as well as property in Stogumber suggests he was heavily involved in the cloth and leather trade.

Henry also owned land in nearby Othery (11 miles or 17 km north east). From British History Online: "In 1580 John was licensed to alienate to Nicholas Harris, who in 1581 was licensed to sell the estate to Henry Shattock." This was undoubtedly the same Henry Shattock who is the founder of the Staplegrove Shattocks. The fact Henry Shattocke could afford to purchase an estate in part or whole in a village 11 miles from Taunton speaks to the wealth of the family at the time.

There is a sale of lands in "Ottery" that bookends this tale of the family wealth. In 1827 there is a record of the sale of an Othery dwelling and its land by Samuel Kebby Shattock.

A 4 page vellum indenture for the sale of lands in Ottery, Devon, between James Burnell of Yeovil, Somerset, linen draper, Susanna Aplin of Norton Fitzwarren, Samuel Kebby Shattock of Norton Fitzwarren, yeoman, and William Temlett of Bridgewater, gent. Dated the 2nd day of October in the 8th year of the reign of George IV [1827] Property: A messuage and 6 acres of land in Eastfield, land in King Sedgmoor, Ottery, and others in Ottery. Also lands in Pennyshride and Earlake. Medium: Handwritten in English on vellum. Condition: Good. Characteristics: Signatures and seals. Document size (approx.): 70 by 65 cm.

According to genealogical research I have done, Samuel Kebby Shattock is a direct descendant of Henry Shattocke. He is described as a "yeoman," signifying his status as a landowner. In another document, Samuel Kebby is described as from "Ford's farm," which was located in Norton Fitzwarren. As a land owning resident of Norton Fitzwarren, he is found in Electoral registers in 1832 through to 1846. This information corroborates James William's statements about family lands and status. 

Did Samuel Kebby Shattock sell the land knowing that it could not be passed on to his daughters? Did he have the right to do it? A very important fact in unraveling the story is that his brother John Shattock (1809-1877) was an attorney. To become an attorney you had to be apprenticed to a practicing attorney, usually at a significant cost to the parents of the student.  So we know that John Shattock's parents were wealthy enough to place John with an attorney. James William writes about the auction of the family's lands that was halted when a legal challenge arose from an individual in America. I think this must have come from John Shattock, who was working first as a clerk and then as a lawyer in Chicago. John Shattock would have had a claim to the land if it was supposed to be entailed to him.

When I discovered the aforementioned land transaction record in the South West Heritage Trust, I did a search on the name of the property and came up with a very surprising piece to the puzzle of the Staplegrove Shattock history. It is in the form of some historical sleuthing done by Don Shelton, who calls himself an historical detective. In establishing the value and provenance of an old painting, the historical detective uses classic genealogical research to figure out who the people were involved in a portrait: the sitter, the artist and the identity of people noted on the back of the painting. Don Shelton describes how he figured out who sat for the portrait (John Williams) and where he likely was from. (See his blog for a detailed account of his detective work on the Shattock family.) 

The portrait was painted by the Bristol artist Robert Hancock. He was an engraver and painter who did portraits of many famous English people like Samuel Taylor Coleridge, Charles Lamb and William Wordsworth. On the back is written the comment that John Williams was the uncle of Alice Shattuck Tonk. Shelton was able to trace her identity back to Alice Maud Mary Shattock (1854–1898) who married Julius Herrmann "Max" Tonk (1851–1914) in Chicago. Alice Shattock was John Shattock's daughter. The transcription of the name from Shattock to Shattuck was typical. That is how the name Shattock is often spelled in America. Max Tonk, who was born in Prussia, was a piano stool manufacturer. They had a servant, so the family was reasonably well off.


Alice Shattock (1854-1898), daughter of John Shattock and Emily Williams.

Don's research showed that Alice's father John had followed a downward trajectory, just as James William Shattock suggested about the family. "From the various census records below, it is seen John Shattock, was a solicitor in 1841 and 1851, a cotton broker's clerk in 1861, and a clerk in store in 1870. Thus one gains the impression he gradually slid down the employment tree. There is support for this view at The Jurist - Google Books Result where in the "Jurist" for 1855 there is a reference under the heading Insolvent Debtors, which records "the following prisoners are ordered to be brought up before a Judge of the County Court to be examined and dealt with according to the Statute...At the County Court of Lancashire, Lancaster on Jan 19 at 11.00am....John Shattock, Tranmere, near Liverpool, attorney-at-law...."

The Spectator, Vol. 13, p. 1049, confirms this was the right John Shattock and records his bankruptcy in 1854:

Shaddock, John, Bishop's Lydeard, scrivener, Dec. 11, Jan. 5: solicitors, Messrs. Clark and Metcalf, Lincoln's Inn Fields, and Mr. Hancock, Taunton.


Don suggests John moved his family to America, like so many people before him, to avoid the stigma attached to bankruptcy and its cruel punishment under the laws of the time. I would like to add that attorneys often were engaged in land speculation at this time, which may be the reason he got into financial difficulty. Perhaps he speculated to try to lift up his family's wealth.

Don discovered that John Shattock's wife Emily Williams was the daughter of John Williams, a coach builder, who lived on Wellington St. in Bedminster, Somerset (Bristol area). In the 1841 census, John and Emily Shattock are found living in Bishop's Lydeard, just a few miles from Norton Fitzwarren, where John Shattock was born. He was working as a solicitor. Don suggests that Emily Williams may have married down in the world. She did come from what must have been a very wealthy family perhaps elevated from recent more modest circumstances. But I think the Shattock name still had cachet at the time. And John Shattock may have been hoping his investments would restore his family fortunes. I think he was still trying to recoup his family status late in life when he tried to stop land from being sold that was once owned by Shattocks. I have to assume he was unsuccessful.

It appears to me that a lot Shattock property transferred out of the family's control in and around 1840, like this land transaction:

Miscellaneous unrelated draft deeds of covenant. 1840-1861 Somerset Heritage Centre DD\DP/75/5 on release re mortgage of copyhold lands in East Curry manor, John Shattock, formerly of Wellington and Taunton St James, then Creech St Michael, to Samuel Woodward and Thomas Chapman of Taunton St James (1842); 1 bundle


Let's go back to the letter and see if we can find more parallels between the family legend and historic events.

The story James William tells of an ancestor who died when a cart turned over on him, leaving a widow, a son and three daughters, finds substantiation in the parish records. Thomas Shattock (1784-1826) married Ann Chickory (1798-1831) in 1815 in the Staplegrove church. He is recorded as being a labourer, which means he was working in the fields. He and Ann could not sign their own names, but rather with an "X," which means they were not educated, and therefore we can assume their parents could not afford to send them to school. He died at the young age of 42 in 1826, the same year his third daughter, Mary Shattock, was born. The other two daughters were Elizabeth Shattock (1820-) and Sarah Shattock (1823-). His father was John Shattock (1759-1852), who married Honor Lapthorn (1755-1827). And his son was Thomas Shattock (1818-), who married Harriet Hartnell (1817-1862) in 1840. 


Portrait of a prominent family. Harriet Hartnell (1817-1862), wife of Thomas Shattock (1818-). I think she is communicating that she comes from a "prominent" background, signified by the writing desk and the large room she is in. Picture provided by Deanna Wallis. On the back is written "my mother," in the hand of James William Shattock. 

The marriage was recorded at Taunton. The picture we have of her does communicate social status. James William is telling the story of his grandfather. This fact check substantially supports his claim to be descended from the prominent Shattock family founded by Henry Shattocke (1666-1717) and probably tracking back to John Shattocke whose will in 1533 is evidence the family had a long history of social prominence in Taunton and Staplegrove.

James William writes about Shattock brothers who emigrated to Detroit when they lost the entail to the family property in Somerset. There is indeed a Thomas Shattock (1862-1936) who moved to Detroit. The common ancestor he had with James William was Thomas Shattock (1734-1788) and Hannah Gadd (1735-1802). Thomas was his great-grandfather. There was actually three brothers who moved to Detroit (including William 1849-1919, Walter E. 1859-1931) and one to Massachusetts (Edward John 1853-1929).  Once again we find that James William's letter is corroborated by documentary evidence.

But I think James William is confounding two stories, one of the Shattock brothers who emigrated to Detroit and the other of John Shattock's emigration to Chicago. I have a similar family story in my own background, which told of the arrival of two Shaddock brothers from England. It turns out my ancestor arrived in Canada about 1850, leaving three brothers behind in England. There were two Shaddock brothers who emigrated to Canada in the late 1890s. But they were cousins of the first Shaddock to emigrate.

There is a second letter that has come down to us from James William Shattock. ( 1 2 3 4 ) In the letter dated Sept. 22, 1934, James William responds to a letter written by a "Miss Shattock" congratulating him and his wife on their golden wedding and asking about the family history. He says that the Shattocks in Staplegrove once owned the Smokey Farm (the farmhouse still exists today in 2016), which you can visit via Google here. It is lovely and looks like it might still be a working farm.  John Shattock tells me it is located in the parish of Norton Fitzwarren. He says his ancestors were long term residents. Indeed the census return in 1841 show three Shattock brothers living practically next door to each other. 

James William says the Shattocks also owned Burlands Higher farm. Burlands Farm is situated approximately two miles from the centre of Taunton, on the northern fringes of Staplegrove between the town centre and The Quantock Hills.  You can visit the area in which the farm is located. It is a very lovely rural scene. The Shattocks owned Tanyard farm. This is a very beautiful aerial shot of the farm. They owned Middle and Lower Burlands farm. Here is an aerial view of that farm.  James William tells his young correspondent that the Shattocks owned "other places" as well. This was obviously a very wealthy and successful family in the past. The properties it owned were both in and around the parish of Staplegrove.


Thomas Shattock (1818-), James William Shattock's father. He worked as a coachman. Picture courtesy Dea Wallis.

The assertion that the Staplegrove Shattocks were a prominent family is supported by a lot of evidence. There were three Shattocks who appeared as either litigants or defendants in the Westminster, London Star Chamber, a special court established to ensure fair treatment to people involved in legal disputes with socially or politically prominent people (see the references in the Origins discussion of early Shattock references in records). Only a prominent family would have been treated with this level of respect. In the early part of the 17th century there are a number of deeds that show Shattocks as landowners in the Taunton area. 

But the strongest evidence that James William Shattock's family legend has a basis in fact is this 1533 will of John Shattock of Staplegrove:

            John Shattoke. 6 July, 1533. (from Wells Will p. 163, in Taunton)

chyd. of Peter and Paul in Taunton—Wells iiijd—d. Elsabeth xx nobbles—my son John all my yer [gear] in my shoppe as well as v [£] worth—Thomas my son vjd  xiijs  iiijd other he to have the mansion other [or] tenement the wh. I dyd dwell in—Jone my d. xls—hye crosse in the ch. of Stapulgrowe xxd—sepulker of the same ch. Xx d—Sir John Hykelege xijd—John Gune viijd.

Res.—Alice my wyff.
Overseer.—John Sauser.
Witn.—Thos. Smyth, Thos. Gymmose.
Prob. in eccl. Cath. Well., 29 Dec. 1533.
Summa inventarii, xx5 xjd.

This will gives the family legend a solid basis. Is the "mansion" he talks about Hope House? And what was he selling in his shop? Merchants in medieval times, especially rich merchants, more or less ran the towns. The will provides strong evidence that the family legend recounted by James William Shattock was based on fact. Together with that evidence, and the fact that Shattockes owned farms, interests in mills, and messuages in the area, certainly makes James statement that they were a "prominent" family accurate.

John Shattock of Leicester, descendant of the Norton Fitzwarren / Staplegrove Shattocks, provides us with a very comprehensive analysis of the will. I have included it as a sub-page of this one. John might just be a direct descendant of John Shattock of Staplegrove.



Charles Shattock family. Charles Shattock (1857-1928) is John Shattock's great grandfather. He owned a string of shoe stores on the Somerset coast. 

But alas, the legend goes, the Shattocks gave birth to a generation or generations that drank and caroused the family fortune away. They made the mistake of removing the entail from their properties. In English common law, an entail is a form of trust established by deed or settlement which restricts the sale or inheritance of an estate in real property and prevents the property from being sold, devised by will, or otherwise alienated by the tenant-in-possession, and instead causes it to pass automatically ... 

James William Shattock describes the downfall of the Stapleton Shattocks as due to gambling and "wild living." But the downfall may have been due to a wider social context. I found an echo in this moral condemnation of the family in a history of neighboring Taunton, called The History of Taunton, by Joshua Toulmin, D.D., published in 1791. See the complete ebook here. The year 1754 was a particularly violent one in Taunton as the Whigs and Tories battled for control of the town. When the Whigs won through a rigged election, there was violent rioting and several lives were lost. The woolen industry was dominated by the Dissenters supporting the Whigs. The Dissenters were composed Baptists, Puritans and Low-Church Anglicans. In other words, in turbulent political, economic and social times they sought a biblical source for what ailed the body politic. The Shattocks were members of the political elite who probably were on the side of the Whigs and Dissenters. Here is Toulmin:

The mischief of their influence in this respect was particularly felt in the continued and violent opposition of the year 1754. The demand for its goods was then great ; but through the idleness and debauchery of the season it could not be answered. The orders, being returned to the merchants, were sent for execution to other towns, with which, the intercourse being thus opened, was continued.' 

Did the Staplegrove and Taunton Shattocks lose their wealth and property during these social upheavals?

At Wells cathedral apparently the deeds to the Shattock properties have been archived. Indeed Henry Shattocke, Kenneth's direct ancestor, shows up in legal documents in the records, indicating how important he was in the local area. 


Ida Lavinia Shattock (1891-1972) was a daughter of James William Shattock

The house that James William Shaddock talks about, Hope House, is now known as Bishop's Mead and is found at 192 Kingston Rd. in Taunton. It is still standing, although it appears to be a somewhat run down shadow of its former self. Imagine the carriages arriving at his door in its heyday, spilling out the town and county elite, the house sitting on a square mile of land.  (You can see the house and explore the area around it through Google maps:


If you see the house and its other buildings from the air in Google maps, you will see how large it was!

James William Shattock (1860-1948) was the subject of a custody battle in a very literal sense. His father Thomas put him in the care of his sister Sarah after he lost his wife Harriet in 1862. He was working as a coachman, and his wife must have been too sick to look after him as a six month old child, which I am guessing was the reason why he fell into the care of Thomas's sister Sarah. Apparently Sarah, who was living with her mother Ann (maiden name Chickory) Shattock, grew very attached to the little boy and James William to his aunt. When the father tried to claim his boy on his seventh birthday, a major scuffle ensued. Thomas later became bankrupt. It was a rough start in life for James William.

Branches

On a separate page I have documented one of the lineages that stem from Henry, Thomas Shattock (1818-). I like to call them the Railroad Shattocks.

On another separate page I have documented another lineage that also stems from Henry: Robert Shattock (1767-1842) of Milverton

Henry Shattocke of Staplegrove Genealogy

The Shattocks of Somerset were part of the great exodus of Shattockes from Devon and Somerset in the 18th century. The node 5.4.6.9 (James Shattock 1823-1880) has been annotated with the birthplace and final resting place of the Shattocks who emigrated to the U.S. and Australia. Some settled first in Canada and then moved on the U.S.

There is one point in the Staplegrove genealogy that is open to doubt. There are two John Shattocks, one born in 1758 to William and Ann of Norton Fitzwarren and another born in 1759 to Thomas (1734-1778) and Hannah Gadd.  There is also a third John Shattock born approximately 1759. All three have staggered death dates in the first half of the 19th century. 

There is no birth record for the John Shattock who married Elizabeth Kebby. I have calculated his birth date from his age upon his death.  There is no marriage record for John Shattock and Emily Williams. John Shattock has often pointed out to me that his Staplegrove and Norton Fitzwarren Shattock ancestors were often non-conformists, whose baptisms and marriages would not be recorded at local Anglican churches. 

William and Ann, parents of the John Shattock born in 1758, belong to the Bishop's Lydeard branch of the Shattocks. Thomas and Hannah are Staplegrove Shattocks. The marriage record does not show which John married Honor Lapthorn in 1780 in Staplegrove. I think that James William Shattock's letter makes it virtually certain that the John that married Honor Lapthorn was the son of Thomas and Hannah Gadd. James William talks of an entail that the family had on property, and the property, principally farms, was around Staplegrove, including Hope House (now Bishop's Mead) located in Staplegrove. So it is clear that James William believes he is descended from property owning Staplegrove Shattocks. But the clincher comes in the tale of the Shattock brothers who left Somerset for Detroit when they lost the entail in their properties. The Detroit relatives of James William Shattock are descended from John Shattock's brother Robert Shattock (1767-1842). The parents of the two brothers was Thomas and Hannah Gadd. The evidence virtually makes it certain that James William was a Staplegrove Shattock descendant, not a Bishop's Lydeard Shattock descendant. John Shattock, who married Honor Lapthorn, had Thomas and Hannah Gadd as parents.

Henry Shattocke 1656-1717 (Mary ? 1667–1716, first wife and mother of his children; Anne Cornish, second wife)

    1. Mary Shattock 1688– (John Guddridge)

    2. Elizabeth Shattock 1691– 

    3. Thomas Shattock 1695–

    4. Joan Shattock 1699– (Samuel Warren)

    5. John Shattock 1704–1775 (Mary Gale 1705–)

            5.1 Thomas Shattock 1721–1734

            5.2 Mary Shattock 1728–

            5.3 John Shattock 1732–1795 (Elizabeth Gall or Gale 1731 or 1732)

                        5.3.1 John Shattock 1757–1829 (Elizabeth Kebby)

                                        5.3.1.1 John Shattock c. 1780-1820 (Hannah Sheppard 1783–1837)

                                                        5.3.1.1.1 Samuel Kebby Shattock 1802–1854 (Harriet Whensley 1804–1862)
                                                                        Jane Shattock 1841–
                                                                        Hannah Shattock 1845–1849

                                                        5.3.1.1.2 Mary Ann "Marianna" Shattock 1803–

                                                        5.3.1.1.3 Elizabeth Shattock 1806–1868

                                                        5.3.1.1.4 John Shattock 1809–1877 (Emily Williams 1817–1890)
                                                                        Ann Haurshen Shattock 1841–1847
                                                                        John Walter Shattock 1844–1911
                                                                        Ada Helen Shattock 1844–1916 (Jasper Clark 1844-)
                                                                        Clara Anne Shattock 1848–1917
                                                                        Annett Rebecca Shattock 1850–1902 (Richard Andrew Milligan)
                                                                        Alice Maud Mary Shattock 1854–1898 (Julius Herrmann "Max" Tonk 1851–1914)
                                                                        Henry Edward Shattock 1855–1917 (Minnie Platte Tyler 1857–1931)
                                                                                            Walter Arthur Shattock 1881–1954 (Josephine T. Stahl 1890–1961)
                                                                                                                    Henry Edward Shattock II 1910–1986
                                                                                                                    Walter Arthur Shattock Jr. 1914– (Eileen Frances Jewell 1917–1997)
                                                                                                                                                Dennis Alan Shattock 1947–2013 (Cynthia A Wood 1948–)
                                                                                                                                                                        Michael A Shattock 1975–
                                                                                                                                                                        Carrie L. Shattock 1977– (Jason)
                                                                                                                                                Ellen C Shattock 1950–
                                                                                                                                                James Arthur Shattock 1954– (Laury J Jennie 1960–)
                                                                        Mary Ann Gertrude "Gertie" Shattock 1858–

                                                        5.3.1.1.5 Harriet Shattock 1814–1862

            5.4 Thomas Shattock 1734–1778 (Hannah Gadd 1735–1802)

                        5.4.1 John Shattock 1759–1838 (Honor Lapthorn 1755–1827)

                                        5.4.1.1 George Shattock 1782–1870 (Sarah Scott 1789–1879)

                                                        5.4.1.1.1 James Shattock 1808–

                                                        5.4.1.1.2 William Shattock 1810–1814

                                                        5.4.1.1.3 Thomas Shattock 1814–

                                                        5.4.1.1.4 Martha Shattock 1816–

                                                        5.4.1.1.5 Robert Shattock 1822–

                                                        5.4.1.1.6 John Shattock 1823–1898

                                                        5.4.1.1.7 Walter Shattock 1826–1891 (Sarah Hawkins 1827–)
                                                                            Ellen Shattock 1849–1917 (John Giddings 1850–1920)
                                                                            Samuel Walter Shattock 1851–1923 (Jessie Edith Jennings 1868–1958)
                                                                                                        Mignon Dorothy Emily Shattock 1890–1950
                                                                            James Walter Shattock 1856–1880
                                                                            Mary Ann Shattock 1860– (William Day Jones 1858–)

                                                        5.4.1.1.8 Ann Shattock 1830–
                                        

                                        5.4.1.2 Thomas Shattock 1784– (Ann Chickory 1798–1831)   (Were there were 2 Thomases born, 1784 and 1794?)
                                                
                                                        5.4.1.2.1 Thomas Shattock 1818– (Read the sub-page about this family lineage)

                                                                       First wife: Harriett Hartnell 1817–1862

                                                                        5.4.1.2.1.1 Mary Ann Shattock 1842–1908

                                                                        5.4.1.2.1.2 Martha Ann Shattock 1844–1921 (William Jarman 1844-)

                                                                        5.4.1.2.1.3 Thomas Shattock 1845–1912 (Eliza Jane Staddon 1840–1903)

                                                                                            Thomas Parry Shattock 1867–1884

                                                                                            Henry James Shattock 1869–1948 (Ruth Gunningham 1870–1952)
                                                                                                              Thomas Henry Shattock 1891–1914
                                                                                                              Cecil Miles Shattock 1896–1980 (Elizabeth A. Gray)
                                                                                                              Herbert Gunningham Shattock 1898–1962 (Edith M. Laws)
                                                                                                              Kathleen Elizabeth Shattock 1901–1989
                                                                                                              Henry Totterdale Shattock 1907–1985 (Annie Edith Attewell)

                                                                                            Annie Shattock 1872–1949 (John Milson Prime 1870-)

                                                                                            Edith Harriett Shattock 1874– (Henry John Smith 1878-)

                                                                                            Mabel Blanche Shattock 1876–1887

                                                                                            Ethel Marie Shattock 1881–1964 (Archibald Maurice Hill 1880–)
   
                                                                                            Alice Maude Mary Shattock 1885–1967 (Herbert Richard Merrick 1882–1956)

                                                                        5.4.1.2.1.4 Harriett Shattock 1848–1916 (James Sanders 1843–1922)

                                                                        5.4.1.2.1.5 Hannah Shattock 1850–1885 (James Scriven 1846–1902)

                                                                        5.4.1.2.1.6 Henry John Shattock 1852–1903 (Elizabeth Jane Scoble 1850–1919)

                                                                                            Florence Ellen Shattock 1875– 

                                                                                            Ernest Henry Shattock 1877–1948 (Alice Maud Tiley 1883–0
                                                                                                                Henry Ernest Shattock 1907–1987
                                                                                                                Charles Edward Shattock 1908–

                                                                                            Hilda Mary Shattock 1882–

                                                                                            William Scoble Shattock 1884–1909

                                                                                            Archibald Thomas Shattock 1887–1919

                                                                                            Nelson James Shattock 1890–1910

                                                                        5.4.1.2.1.7 Emma Shattock 1855–1920 (James Bailey 1857–1929)

                                                                        5.4.1.2.1.8 James William Shattock 1860–1948 (Lavinia Emily Smith 1858–1947)
                                                                                            Nelson James Shattock 1885–1904

                                                                                            Victor Tom Shattock 1886–1974 (Maude Alice Drake 1887–1961)
                                                                                                                Ronald John Shattock 1908–1982 
                                                                                                                                            Carmel Lundgren 1913–1965        
                                                                                                                                                            Susan Melinda Shattock 1945- (Emil John Luque 1935-)
                                                                                                                                             Phyllis D. Nickerson 1913–2008)
                                                                                                                Mabel Kathleen Shattock 1909–2002 (Morton Deene Stowell 1907–2001)
                                                                                                                James Victor Shattock 1911–1980 (Muriel Celestia Thomas 1913–1998)
                                                                                                                                            Patricia Ann Shattock 1934–2008 (Dr. John P Derdivanis 1932–)
                                                                                                                                            James William Shattock 1938–2016
                                                                                                                                            Kenneth Victor Shattock 1946- (Susan Marguerite Herzog 1950-)
                                                                                                                Irene Muriel Shattock 1912–1985 (Roy Gogna 1924–2001)
                                                                                                                Evelyn Mary Shattock 1914–1991 (Leon Eugene Walker 1911–1967)
                                                                                                                Elsie Maude Shattock 1916–1991 (George Osborne Thomas 1916–2006)

                                                                                            Mabel Ellen Shattock 1888–1956 (Nathanial Sydney Tom Coate 1893-1974)

                                                                                            Ida Lavinia Shattock 1891–1972 (Stanley Reginald Hillman 1892–1970)
                                                                                                                Sylvia Ida Hillman 1926–2011
                                                                                                                Mary Jean Hillman 1929–2014 (Merlin Henry Broom 1925–2003)

                                                                                            Arthur William Shattock 1893–1915

                                                                         Second wife: Eliza Cook 1842–1901
                                                                         5.4.1.2.1.9 Frederick John Thomas Shattock 1868–1902 (Jane King Prout 1866-)
                                                                                                                Frederick Thomas Shattock 1891–1972 (Rose May Irene James 1900–1988)
                                                                                                                                            Dennis Frederick James Shattock 1926–2001
                                                                                                                                            Sir Gordon Shattock 1928–2010

                                        5.4.1.3 Sarah Shattock 1787– 
    
                                        5.4.1.4 Jane Shattock 1789–

                                        5.4.1.5 Martha Shattock 1791–

                                        5.4.1.6 John Shattock 1793–

                                        5.4.1.7 Thomas Shattock 1794– (Sarah Burnett 1793–1861)

                                                        5.4.1.7.1 Elizabeth Shattock 1832–
                                        
                                                        5.4.1.7.2 Joseph Thomas Shattock 1838–1903 (Sarah Lucy Trussell 1836–1905)

                                                                            5.4.1.7.2.1 Joseph Thomas Shattock 1860– (Louisa Martha Price 1860–)

                                                                                                Sarah Eliza Shattock 1881– (John Fores 1877–1969)

                                                                                                Thomas Samuel Joseph Shattock 1883–1940 (Emily Gertrude Field 1886–1957)
                                                                                                                Thomas Joseph Shattock 1909–1988 (Emily Allen 1908–)
                                                                                                                George Albert Shattock 1911–1944 (Louisa Davis 1912–1989)
                                                                                                                                    George Arthur Shattock 1933–2006

                                                                                                Alonzo George Shattock 1886–1921(Alice Catherine Bennett 1885–1917)
                                                                                                                Alice C Shattock 1910–

                                                                            5.4.1.7.2.2 Mary Emily Shattock 1862– (William Carter 1862-)

                                                                            5.4.1.7.2.3 Rose Shattock 1865– 

                                                                            5.4.1.7.2.4 Helena Shattock 1868–1934 (Alonzo Harper 1863–1914)

                                                                            5.4.1.7.2.5 Albert Victor Shattuck 1871–1922 (Rose Susannah Dodman 1871–)
                                                                                                Albert Victor Shattuck 1895–1962

                                                                            5.4.1.7.2.6 Elizabeth Amalia Shattuck 1879– (William Herbert Reeves 1876–1951)

                        5.4.2 Eleanor Shattock 1761–

                        5.4.3 Mary Shattock 1762– (Thomas Fudge 1757)

                        5.4.4 Thomas Shattock 1764– 

                        5.4.5 William Shattock 1766–1848 (Anne ?)
                                       Francis Shattock 1781–1853 (Mary Hawkins 1784-)
                                       James Shattock 1783–
                                       Mary Shattock 1786– (Thomas Penny 1781-)
                                       William Shattock 1787–

                        5.4.6 Robert Shattock 1767–1842 (Rachel Ashford 1781–1858) (Read the sub-page about this family lineage.)

                                        5.4.6.1 Elizabeth Shattock 1804–1871 (John Burston 1803–1874)
                                        
                                        5.4.6.2 Mary Shattock 1807– (Joseph Phillpot)

                                        5.4.6.3 Charlotte Shattock 1810–1859 (Robert Wyatt 1817–1883)

                                        5.4.6.4 Frances Shattock 1810–1812

                                        5.4.6.5 John Shattock 1812–1886 (Jane (Wright) Morphet 1809–1882)
                                                        Jane Shattock 1845–
                                        
                                        5.4.6.6 Robert Shattock 1814–1884 Sarah King 1814–1910
                                                        
                                                        5.4.6.6.1 Frances "Fanny" Shattock 1834–1874 (Henry Lock 1845–; Henry Musgrove 1836–1864)

                                                        5.4.6.6.2 Thomas Shattock 1835–1842

                                                        5.4.6.6.3 Levi Shattock 1841–1909 (Mary Jane Addicott 1836–1922)

                                                                        5.4.6.6.3.1 Lillie Shattock 1864–1946 (Benjamin R Slape 1866–)

                                                                        5.4.6.6.3.2 Tom Shattock 1866–1936 (Eliza Jane Palmer 1863–1937; Jane Hutchinson Lusty 1866–)

                                                                        5.4.6.6.3.3 Kate Shattock 1868–

                                                                        5.4.6.6.3.4 Frank Shattock 1870–1953 (Minnie More 1880-)

                                                                        5.4.6.6.3.5 Emma Jane Shattock 1876–1957 (Frederick Joseph Hawkins 1876–1936)

                                                                        5.4.6.6.3.6 Richard Addicott Shattock 1877–1958 (Catherine Annie Ware 1880–)
                                                                                            Hilda Eileen Shattock 1908–1982

                                                                        5.4.6.6.3.7 Florence Addicott Shattock 1881–1972 (Ernest Cornelius Jowling 1883–1949)

                                                        5.4.6.6.4 Robert Shattock 1844–1909 (Matilda Jane Palfrey 1844–1899)
                                                                        
                                                                        5.4.6.6.4.1 Julia Henrietta Shattock 1866–1949 (John William Stoner 1865–; Thomas Cook 1865–)

                                                                        5.4.6.6.4.2 Minnie Alice Shattock 1868–1871 

                                                                        5.4.6.6.4.3 Walter Shattock 1872–1897

                                                                        5.4.6.6.4.4 Sarah Jane Shattock 1877–1945 (Henry Dodd)

                                                                        5.4.6.6.4.5 Ada Frances Shattock 1879–1883

                                                                        5.4.6.6.4.6 Ethel Alice Shattock 1881–1958 (Daniel Lewelyn Laing 1860–1942)

                                                                        5.4.6.6.4.7 Florence Shattock 1885–1979 (Edward Jones 1883–1937)

                                                                        5.4.6.6.4.8 Frederick Shattock 1887–1952 (Edith Louise James 1882–1966)
                                                                                            Fredrick Norman Shattock 1910–1999 (Phyllis Agnes Watts 1915–1990)

                                                        5.4.6.6.5 Frederick Shattock 1847–1883 (Harriet Penny 1850–)

                                                                        5.4.6.6.5.1 Margaret Helena Shattock 1870–1940 (Henry King 1873-)

                                                                        5.4.6.6.5.2 Samuel Shattock 1872– (Elizabeth Coles)
                                                                                            Ernest Shattock

                                                                        5.4.6.6.5.3 Harriet Shattock 1874– (Henry Pugsley 1871–)

                                                                        5.4.6.6.5.4 Louisa Shattock 1876–1884 

                                                                        5.4.6.6.5.5 Robert Shattock 1879–1922 (Bessie Raffill 1879–)

                                                        5.4.6.6.6 Emily Shattock 1851–1943 (Thomas Reed 1855–1931)

                                                        5.4.6.6.7 Lucretia Shattock 1853–1901 

                                                        5.4.6.6.8 Walter Shattock 1854–1939 

                                                                        First wife: Elizabeth Chidgey Dyte 1859–
                                                                        5.4.6.6.8.1 Frederick Shattock 1890–1979 (Sarah Annie Dyer)
                                                                                            Vera Marjorie Shattock 1913–1994 (Leonard C. Horsford)

                                                                        5.4.6.6.8.2 Ethel Florence Shattock 1892–1952 (Walter G. Poole)

                                                                        5.4.6.6.8.3 Herbert Shattock 1895–1962 

                                                                                            First wife: Edith Knott 1895–
                                                                                            William Raymond W Shattock 1922–1987 (Lilian M.R. Lynch)

                                                                                            Second Wife: Mary Maria

                                                                        5.4.6.6.8.4 Marjorie Shattock 1899–1963 (George Leyton)

                                                                        Second Wife: Martha E. Shattock 1859–1881
                                                                        5.4.6.6.8.5 Henry James Shattock 1880–1915 (Alice Gibbs 1883–)
                                                                                            Walter Benjamin Shattock 1908–1997 (Alice M Akhurst 1910–)
                                                                                            Alice May Shattock 1910–1993 (Kendrick George Ellis 1911–1975)
                                                                                            Henry James Shattock 1912–
                                                                                            Frederick H. Shattock 1914–1919

                                        5.4.6.7 James Shattock 1817–1818 

                                        5.4.6.8 Fanny Shattock 1820–1897  

                                                        (Gooden - unwed father of her first child)
                                                        5.4.6.7 Edward Gooden Shattock 1843–1893 (Elizabeth Pipe 1837–)
                                                                        Florence Elizabeth Shattock 1875– (Thomas Ralph 1870-)

                                                        (Husband) Thomas Scott 1818–
                                                        Thomas Scott 1855–
                                                        John Scott 1858–
                                                        Robert Scott 1860–

                                    5.4.6.9 James Shattock 1823-1880 Hannah Hartnell 1817–1903 (moved from Milverton, Somerset to Bridgwater, Somerset)

                                                        5.4.6.9.1 Sarah Jane Shattock 1847–1929 (Charles Giles 1844–1907) Milverton
                                                                        Lily Kate Giles 1877–
                                                                        Walter William Giles 1883–

                                                        5.4.6.9.2 William Shattock 1849–1919 (Harriet Nurse 1852–1906) Milverton - Detroit, Michigan
                                                                        Lillian Shattock 1875–1928 (John Anderson Blackburn 1876–1951)
                                                                        Rosa May Shattock 1877– (Carl Plambaeck 1880–1936)
                                                                        Olive Irene Shattock 1880–1973 (Kern K Summers 1871–)

                                                        5.4.6.9.3 James Shattock 1851-1924 (Alice Hill 1858–1922) Bridgwater - Birmingham

                                                                        Alice Maud Shattock 1885–1963 (Christopher Benjamin Bryan 1884–1944) Birmingham

                                                                        Florence "Florrie" Shattock 1887–1979 (William Charles Houldey 1881–1956) Birmingham - Box Hill, Australia

                                                                        James Shattock 1890–1948 (Lilian May Tittley 1891–1986) Birmingham - Smethwich, Staffordshire
                                                                                                James Thomas Harry "Jim" Shattock 1921–2005 (Grace Ethel Mordey 1926–2004)
                                                                                                Walter John Shattock 1923–2003 (Lucy Mabel Stain 1933–1984)
                                                                                                Lilian Alice Shattock 1927–2011(Leslie James Kelly 1925–2002)

                                                                        Walter Shaddock 1891–1933 (Violet Ruth Hopley 1888–1926) Birmingham - Detroit Michigan
                                                                                                Edward W Shattock 1915–
                                                                                                James Henry Shattock 1916–1987 (Edna May Mason 1920–1991)

                                                                        Henry "Harry" Shattock 1898–1951 (Polly Broomfield 1898–) Birmingham
                                                                                                Alice E. Shattock 1925–1966 (Victor Edward Clifton 1895–1972)
                                                                                                Lilian Rose Shattock 1927–2002 (Leonard Maitland Stokes 1926–1992)
                                                                                                Henry "Harry" Shattock 1930–1981 (Clara Swingle 1930–)
                                                                                                Margaret Shattock 1935– (Derek A. H. Williams)

                                                        5.4.6.9.4 Edward John Shattock 1853–1929 (Louisa Bale 1852–1934) Milverton - Fall River, Massachusetts

                                                                        Florence Louisa Shattock 1875–1954 (Alfred Warhurst 1863–1942) Bridgwater, Somerset

                                                                       James Walter Shattock 1877–1940 (Molly Hendrickson 1885–1972) Bridgwater, Somerset - Fall River, MA USA
                                                                                            Florence Shattock 1904–

                                                                        Bertha Idella Shattock 1884–1978 (Lester T Hathaway 1880–1952) Fall River - Dighton MA

                                                                        Mabel J Shattuck 1884–1916 (Arthur Franklin Dean 1888–1968) Fall River, MA

                                                                        William Henry Shattock 1889–1948 Rhode Island

                                                        5.4.6.9.5 Walter E Shattock 1855–1931 Milverton - Detroit, Michigan

                                                                        (1st wife) Fannie Amelia Lusty 1861–1918
                                                                        Ella Shattock 1880– England
                                                                        James Edgar Shattock 1881–1967 ("Minnie" Szczypula 1886–1963) Bridgwater - Detroit, Michigan
                                                                                            Hilda Caroline Shattock 1912–2002 (Newland Bambard 1909–1975)
                                                                                            Ann Jane Shattock 1914–1999 (Grover C Woodruff 1911–1989) Macomb, Michigan
                                                                        Hilda Blanche Shattock 1882–
                                                                        Dulcie I Stringfellow 1884– (James Stringfellow 1876-)
                                                                        Robert E Shattock 1886–1914 (Martha M. Podley 1884–1967) Columbus, Michigan
                                                                                            Ruth J Shattock 1910–1910
                                                                                            Robert E Shattuck 1912–1986
                                                                                            Henrietta F Shattuck 1913–
                                                                        Grace Shattock 1890–
                                                                        Frederick Woolfenden Shattock 1892–1952 (Helen M. Gove 1894–) Eloise, Michigan
                                                                                            Wanda Louise Shattock 1912–1991
                                                                                            Annabelle Gertrude Shattock 1914–

                                                                        (2nd wife) Emma L Russell 1856–1932 (Franklin Springer Adams 1911–)

                                                        5.4.6.9.6 Mary Ann Shattock 1857–1918 (Theodore Henry Hook 1853–1922) Bridgwater, Somerset

                                                        5.4.6.9.7 Thomas Shattock 1862–1936 (Jane Hutchinson Lusty 1858–1923) Bridgwater - Detroit, Michigan

                                                                        Ray Evrett Shattock 1885–1948 (Catherine Kage 1886–) Detroit, Michigan
                                                                                            Stanley Herman Shattuck 1908–1908
                                                                                            George Shattock 1910–1987 (Julia L. Morna 1914–1979)
                                                                                                                Donald T Shattock 1936–
                                                                                            Howard C. Shattock 1911–1996 (Grace V. Seab 1910–1985)
                                                                                                                Sandra K Shattock 1938–
                                                                                            Catherine F Shattock 1915–2012 (Edward Kostin 1914-)
                                                                                            Earl Ray Shattock 1917–2001 (Barbara Jean Armstrong 1923–2016)
                                                                                            Dorothy Lee Shattock 1920–2005 (Norbert Joseph Russelit 1916–1956)

                                                                        Winifred Shattock 1887–1948 (John Charles Armstrong 1887-)

                                                                        Clifford Hindemill Shattock 1890–1948 (Helen Bankert 1891-) Detroit

                                                                        Annabel Shattock 1893–

                                                                        Florence B. Shattock 1896–1972 (Echo Hawkins Bovee 1892–1954)

                                                                        Leland Bruce "Lee" Shattock 1897–1987 (Dorothy Gooch 1900–)
                                                                                            Blanche Rhoda Shattock 1921–2005
                                                                                            Robert Daniel Shattock 1924–1996

                                                                        Thomas Palmer Shattock 1900–1911

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