1912, Arthur Kaveney m. Grace Hunt

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Arthur Kaveney

Parents: Martin Kaveney & Ellen Burke
Birth: 30 Jun 1888 Newcastle Under Lyme, Staffordshire, England
Death: 02 Feb 1972 Ashton, Lancashire, England

Grace Lilian Hunt

Parents: Thomas Bernard Hunt & Ellen Taylor
Birth: 06 May 1889 Leicester, Leicestershire, England
Death: 01 Mar 1974 Bishops Stortford, Hertfordshire, England

Married 6th May 1912, Holy Cross Chapel, Roman Catholic, Leicester, Leicestershire, England 

Transcription of marriage certificate
6 May 1912 at Holy Cross Chapel Wellington Street, Leicester.
Arthur Kaveney, 24 years, bachelor, dental mechanic, resident Wigston Street, Leicester, son of Martin Kaveney ‘deceased’, a coal miner to Grace Lilian Hunt, 23 years, spinster, no occupation, resident Wigston Street, Leicester, daughter of Thomas Bernard Hunt, a fishmonger.
Witness Thomas Raby, Annie Kaveney.
Married in the Holy Cross Chapel according to the Rites and Ceremonies of the Roman Catholics by Certificate [illegible word] by me. Vincent McNabb R.C. Priest

Thomas Raby is, as yet, unidentified is most likely to be related to Grace’s step-mother Alice Elizabeth Raby. Annie Kaveney is Arthur’s sister.

Children of Arthur Kaveney and Grace Hunt

Name Dates Marriage
Ellen Mary Kaveney 1913 – 1991 George Clarey 1940
Francis (Frank) Dominic Kaveney 1914 – 1934
Joseph Hugo Kaveney 1915 – 2004 Joan Lister 1947
Margaret Mary Kaveney 1918 – 2003
Brigid Theresa Kaveney 1921 – 2006 Dennis Crocker 1942
Winifred Mary Kaveney 1923 – 1997 Peter Pausey 1951 (divorced)
Mary Colette Kaveney 1924 – 2001 Sydney Ballands 1949
Ursula Agnes Kaveney 1928 – James Gaye 1951


Chelmsford Chronicle – Friday 15 July 1921

Infant Welfare Centre. —Bishop Stortford Centre, the sixth size in the county, has made the best attendance record, the total being 4,315, average of 88.
At the “baby day” celebration the following were the prizewinners :
— Papers on health and mothercraft. 1, Mrs. Guyver; 2, Mrs. Sutherland ;3, Mrs. Lilley.
— Regular weighing. 1, V. Biggs; 2, E. Piper; 3. L. Cloughly.
— Regular attendance. Equal 1, Mrs. Wedlock and Mrs. Mrs. Thurgood; 3, Mrs. 4, Mrs. Lilley.
— Best attendance nursery. 1, R. Thurgood
— Flower competition 1, N. Thurgood; 2, V. Guyver.
— Plain needlework. 1, Mrs. Sutherland; 2, Mrs. Larrett.
— OveralL Mrs. Smith; 2, Mrs. Mansfield. —Frock. 1, Mis, Sutherland.
Crochet coat. 1, Mrs. Kaveney.
— Father’s ingenuity competition. 1, Mr. Emerson.
— Ladies’ competition. 1, Mrs. Lacey
— Papers on “my ideal cottage.” 1, Mrs. Bush; 2. Mrs. A. Ellis.

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