The Talbot family were from Swanage in Dorset. Samuel Talbot senior, a shoemaker, died soon after they settled in Guernsey, and by 1841 Mary Ann was a widow. It is unclear how three shoemaker's sons all became butchers.
Samuel TALBOT married Mary Ann STICKLAND
- Sarah TALBOT ( 1820 - ~1860) m John SMALE
- John Joseph SMALE ( 1842 - ? )
- Mary Ann SMALE ( 1843 - ? )
- Richard Stickland TALBOT ( 1822 - ? )
- Ann TALBOT ( 1823 - ? )
- George TALBOT ( 1825 - ? ) m Charlotte Ann DREW ( 1824 - 1861 )
- George Richard TALBOT ( 1849 - ? )
- Charles W TALBOT ( 1852 - ? )
- Mary Ann TALBOT ( 1858 - ? )
- Alice Maria TALBOT ( 1864 - ~1865 )
- Alice Maria Horton TALBOT ( 1866 - ? )
- Samuel TALBOT ( 1829 - 1865 ) m Mary Jane GERMAN
- Mary E TALBOT ( 1852 - ? )
- Sarah A TALBOT ( 1853 - ? )
- Samuel R TALBOT ( 1854 - ? )
- Emma TALBOT ( 1856 - ? )
- Alice Maria TALBOT ( 1860 - ? )
(people in bold were butchers)
Earliest Mention in Guernsey
- Birth of Samuel TALBOT junior in Guernsey in 1829.
- There are no known stall holdings of the Talbot family.
- From 1841 - 1851, they lived in Elbow Passage off St George Street, St Peter Port, next door to the BASKFILL family.
- Mary Ann is living in Vauvert until 1881, so is likely she lived in Elbow Passage for the rest of her life.
- John Joseph and Mary Ann SMALE lived with their grandmother in Vauvert, and were still there in 1911.
- George and Ann lived in Lefebvre Street 1861 - 1871, and the Truchot 1881 - 1891.
- Samuel and Mary Jane lived at Les Canichers, St Peter Port until his death.