Joseph Dumville (1819-1900)
|name: Joseph Dumville||spouse: (1) Harriet Auton|
|father: Robert Dumville||father:|
|mother: Elizabeth Johnson||mother:|
|born: 16 March 1819||born: c1827|
|place: Hunton, Yorkshire||place: Arrathorne, Yorkshire|
|died: 30 December 1900 (heart failure)||died: 1860|
|buried: Cold Springs Cemetery, Lockport, USA||buried: Cold Springs Cemetery, Lockport, USA|
|married:||(1) 1845, in England, Harriet Auton
(2) 1860, in USA, Eliza Davis
(3) in USA, Amanda Thorne
(4) 1891, in USA, Alicia (Forsythe) McQueen
(5) November 1897, in USA, Eliza A Thorne
|occupation:||Brewer: Dumville and Son Brewing Co, 153 Van Buren St, Lockport, later Lockport Brewing Co
Also, with son George: a stave business (probably making barrel staves for beer barrels), and a boat business on the Erie Canal, Lockport.
|main residence:||363 Market St, Lockport, New York, USA|
|Robert||born 1845, Crakehall, Yorkshire, England, died 1854, USA|
|Elizabeth||born 1846, Crakehall, Yorkshire, England, died 1854, USA|
|George||born 1849, Crakehall, Yorkshire, England, died 1888, Lockport, USA
residence: 351 Market St, Lockport
married Harriet Lewis (daughter of Elias Lewis and Ann Charles, both from Wales. He had a boat business on the Erie Canal, Lockport: see book 'Stars in the Water' for canal history.)
Harriet returned to nursing after George's death at age 39.
|Joseph Jr||born 1851, Crakehall, Yorkshire, England, Died 1939, Lockport, USA
married Eliza Mackay, residence 233 High Street, Lockport
|Janie||born 1853, USA, died 1854, USA|
|Margaret||born 1856, USA, died 28 December 1928, Lockport, USA
married Lewis P Gordon
|Annie||born 1859, USA, died 1881, USA|
* We know that this person has descendants who are alive today.
Joseph Sr is buried in Cold Springs Cemetery, Lockport, USA. There is a large Dumville monument, with markers for 'Father, Mother, three children and two of Joseph's five wives'. In October 1924 Joseph Dumville Jr (1851-1939) donated a memorial window to Christ Episcopal Church in memory of his father, Joseph Sr. It is a reproduction of a painting by William Holman Hunt depicting Christ, crowned with thorns and carrying a lantern in his hand, knocking on a vine covered door. In Glenwood Cemetery there is a monument to his sons Joseph Jr and George, George's wife Harriet, Harry C (1877-1969), and Harry's wife Sue, sister Annie (Lewis), and son George (1912-1989).