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Re: Tallemache family from Surrey, plus Overbury and Hockley
« Reply #27 on: Thursday 07 September 17 15:11 BST (UK) »
Richard Tallmach 1700-1776 married MARY Bickford.
Thomas Tallemach their son ( brother of Richard, John, William), died in September 1832.

Thomas's first wife was Elizabeth Ann born around 1760 in Jamaica died 1788 in Jamaica.
They had 4 children William 1783-1806 born in Jamaica, Elizabeth 1785-181 born in Petersham, Surrey, Caroline
1787-1812 in Jamaica and Thomas 1788-1816.
Thomas the father also had a relationship with a Mulatto Hannah Curtis born 1767 by whom he had a son also called Tbomad born1793.

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Re: Tallemache family from Surrey, plus Overbury and Hockley
« Reply #28 on: Thursday 07 September 17 15:47 BST (UK) »
Please can anyone clarify the relationship between the Tallmachs and the Clarkes.
Eleanor Parkhurst, sister of Henry Parkhurst a fishmonger married John Clarke.
Amondg - you write her niece was Elizabeth wife of John Tallmach, hence their children had Clarke as a middle name.
How was Elizabeth Eleanor's niece?

In St.Peter's churchyard, Petersham, Surrey is the tomb inscribed 'belonging to John Long, 1826. In the tomb John Long 1765-1861 is buried with his wife Phillipa d.1838. Also in the tomb is John Tallmach 1748-1800, his wife Elizabeth Chitty b.1748 and their daughter Eleanor Clarke Tallmach b.7th Jan 1778 d.September 1800.
Please can anyone explain why the Longs and Tallmachs are buried together? Is there a conncection by marriage?

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Re: Tallemache family from Surrey, plus Overbury and Hockley
« Reply #29 on: Saturday 09 September 17 21:53 BST (UK) »
Its all to do with the will of Eleanor Clark maiden name Parkhurst died 1791 widow of John (they married 15 June 1745 by license both of Kingston upon Thames)

Brother Henry Parkhurst fishmonger
Sister Elizabeth Taylor
nephew Henry Taylor - son of sister Elizabeth
Niece Eleanor Roberts
Niece Elizabeth Tallmach wife of John, their children, Eleanor Clark Tallamach, Mary Clark Tallamach, Elizabeth Clark Tallamach.
Nephew John Tallamach  (husband of Elizabeth)
their son John Clark Tallamach was buried 6 May 1781
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Children of Mary Clark, John G, Mary E. (no relationship mentioned)

Charles Clark nephew of my late husband.

 


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Re: Tallemache family from Surrey, plus Overbury and Hockley
« Reply #30 on: Saturday 09 September 17 22:05 BST (UK) »
Marriages St Peter, Petersham Surrey

Elizabeth Parkhurst married Jasper Taylor 26 January 1752 (possible sister mentioned in Eleanor Clark's will)

Henrietta Maria Parkhurst married Thomas Clark 26 January 1752.

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Re: Tallemache family from Surrey, plus Overbury and Hockley
« Reply #31 on: Monday 11 September 17 06:32 BST (UK) »
Henry Parkhurst brother to Eleanor Clark dies 1805 he left a will PCC wills on ancestry
states he is of Kingston upon Thames, fisherman, he leaves everything he has to Elizabeth Tallemach widow, she is also the executrix.
Another proof of relationship although none stated in the will.

What you need is absolute proof, did Jasper Taylor leave a will?
Was Elizabeth Chitty who married John Tallemach a widow or a spinster?
What about Thomas Clark who married Henrietta Parkhurst, did either of them leave wills?

Eleanor is very specific in her will Charles Clark is her husband nephew.
What about the niece Eleanor Roberts one of the Parkhurst girls married a Roberts

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Re: Tallemache family from Surrey, plus Overbury and Hockley
« Reply #32 on: Tuesday 12 September 17 14:51 BST (UK) »
Many thanks for latest information.
Elizabeth Chitty according to the parish register of Kngston upon Thames- All Saints was a 'spinster' at the time of her marriage to John Tallmach on 10th February 1777.
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Re: Tallemache family from Surrey, plus Overbury and Hockley
« Reply #33 on: Monday 16 October 17 15:58 BST (UK) »
Dear Amondg
I am still at a complete loss as to the connection/relationship between the Clarks/Taylors and John Tallemach. Elizabeth his wife was Elizabeth Chiity (spinster). I can find no evidence of a marriage with an Elizabeth Taylor to bring the Clarks into the equation re. Eleanor Clark and the Clark middle name for John Tallemach's children.
Going quietly mad.
Any information or thoughts would be much appreciated.
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Dover So!e

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Re: Tallemache family from Surrey, plus Overbury and Hockley
« Reply #34 on: Tuesday 17 October 17 03:46 BST (UK) »
Dover sole
I'll get back to you soon, done a bit of tidying up since March need to find my notes.

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Re: Tallemache family from Surrey, plus Overbury and Hockley
« Reply #35 on: Thursday 19 October 17 07:07 BST (UK) »
Petersham Surrey marriages

Sarah Parkhurst married John Chitty 24 March 1754

Henery Parkhurst married Thomasin Thomas same day 24 March 1754

From Eleanor Clarke's will we know Henry is her brother, Elizabeth Taylor( married Jasper 24 January 1752) is her sister, Sarah Parkhurst who married John Chitty must also be a sister.

It is the daughter of John Chitty and Sarah, Elizabeth who married John Tallemach 1777.

Notes
Jasper Taylor was a Chemist from London Lives 1680-1820 fire insurance policy and his will proved April 1784, he was buried 2 January 1784. his will was very short everything to wife Elizabeth (nee Parkhurst)

John Clark's will proved 9 August 1788 was equally short everything to wife Elinor. (nee Eleanor Parkhurst)

An image on ancestry shows the marriage of Eleanor to John Clark as 30 June 1745, the date of the transcription I found previously giving marriage of 15 June 1745 must be the license date, so be sure to correct that.

Dover Sole you also asked about the connection between the Long family and Tallemach's, can you start another query as to why they are buried together in Petersham the question is lost amongst the Overbury and Tallemache original query.