Maberly Family History

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John Maberly's house, Regents Park, London in 1827.

(Recently bought for nearly 40 million)

Shirley Manor, Croydon

Country Home of John Maberly (1770-1845) on Worcester porcelain cup.

Shirley Manor, Croydon

Country home of John Maberly (1770-1845)

 

Sidmouth House, Reading

Home of Stephen Maberly (1745-1831)

Great Finborough Church, Suffolk

(before rebuilding)

The Knoll, Handsworth, Birmingham

Home of Frederick H Maberly (1849-1931)

 

Bay of Gibraltar by Maj-Gen Evan Maberly (1815-1899)

 

Brougham by Thrupp & Maberly c1850 Park Drag by Thrupp & Maberly

 

 
Maberly Advert, 1851   Maberly Advert, 1851

 

Thrupp & Maberly advert, 1926 Thrupp & Maberly advert, 1952 Sunbeam-Mabley designed by Maxwell Maberly-Smith 1901

 

Henry Segrave in Golden Arrow (Daytona 1929) Golden Arrow (body by Thrupp & Maberly) Thrupp & Maberly's Warple St, Acton Works Humber Manufacture at the Acton Works,1940

 

Maberly Street, Aberdeen, Scotland Broadford Works, Aberdeen, Scotland.

John Maberly's factory.

Maberly, Newfoundland

 

Eastgate Market Portico, Gloucester.

Designed by Jas Medland and Alfred Maberly,1856

City Road Chapel, Bristol

Designed by Jas Medland and Alfred Maberly,1862

 

 

After the 1900 Boer War battle of Magersfontein. The rear blindfolded stretcher bearer is Bernard Evan Maberly (1878-1952).

 

Original Page Mabuley/Mabuly Mobberley Moberley/Modburley
Coats of Arms copied by Alfred William from heraldry book belonging to Lord de Tabley, Cheshire

 

Harpullia mabberleyana
Coat of Arms painted by Alfred William Maberly Coat of Arms painted by Thomas Mundy Maberly Senecio mabberleyi

Discovered by Prof. David Mabberley in Tanzania

Harpullia Mabberleyana

Named after Prof. David Mabberley by W.Takeuchi

 

Francis Maberly (Fishmonger, Farnham) Trade Token (17th Cen)
FRANCIS MABERLY
FISHMONGER FARNHAM

 

Cray House, Oxfordshire, designed by M Maberly-Smith Casa Loma, built by Sir Henry Pellatt in 1914