WILLIAM PALETHORPE was born about 1794 in Nottingham, England. On February 16, 1817 at St. Mary's Parish, Nottingham, we find the marriage record of William Palethorpe, Bachelor, to MARY HARVEY, Widow. Both of this parish. In presence of Thomas Palethorpe. (Probable brother to William).
(As there are numerous Palethorpe's in Nottingham, and to verify that the above marriage was the right Palethorpe we were looking for, we had to search the names "Harvey", and then "Parlby" which the 1851 Census gave us a clue to! We feel we have the right line.....see below)
George Harvey, Bachelor, married MARY SMITH, spinster on 7 April 1807 at St. Mary's Parish, Nottingham.
(Pg 260, Marriages 1763-1813 at St. Mary's Parish, Nottingham).
Children of William Palethorpe and Mary Harvey:
b. ca 1810
m. Richard Parlby ca 1830-1840
ch: Ann b. ca 1843
Refer to 1851 Census where ANN PARLBY is living with MARY PALETHORPE
b. 3 Jun 1813
b. 19 November 1823
bapt. 19 November 1823
m. Mary Clark ca. 1846
Mary, b. 15 March 1821 - d. 22 August 1883
d. 11 June 1890, bur.Pontiac, Oakland Co., MI
|William Palethorpe||Baker||age 45||Living at Rice Place.|
|All born in County|
|Mary Clarke||occupation "F.L."||age 20||Living at Rice Place|
|Not born in County|
|Richard Parlby||Farmer||age 30||Living in District Southwell|
|Ann Parlby||age 30|
|Both born in County|
|Mary Palethorpe||Baker||age 63||widow|
|Born in Nottingham|
|Ann Parlby||Scholar||age 8||grandaughter|
|Born in Muskham, Nottingham|
|Name not copied||Apprentice Baker|
The 1861 Census shows at 37 Woolpack Lane, a Samuel Richmond, Baker. No Palethorpe found.
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