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Hackney 1811/1821 look up please.
« on: Wednesday 25 November 09 01:22 GMT (UK) »
Hi, would be extremely grateful if someone could look up the name, Taplin in the 1811/1821/1831 Hackney census. Many thanks, Robin

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Re: Hackney 1811/1821 look up please.
« Reply #1 on: Wednesday 25 November 09 09:22 GMT (UK) »
1811 Hackney
Taplin  Hackney Wick(inmate in house of Edward Low) Brickmaker      No first name given
Taplin Elizabeth Hackney Wick (also 2 inmates)

1821
Taplin Will Orchard St  Well St  brushmaker 6males 4females

sorry don't have 1831  someone else has I think

No Taplins in Poplar 1821/1831

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« Reply #2 on: Wednesday 25 November 09 10:06 GMT (UK) »
Thanks so much! Robin

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Re: Hackney 1811/1821 look up please.
« Reply #3 on: Wednesday 25 November 09 11:59 GMT (UK) »
 Looking at the LMA entries on Ancestry, there a few Taplin baptisms for Hackney c 1813 onwards.

Parents William(brushmaker) and Francis.
Christopher bapt. 17/10/1813

Alfred bap. 10/12/1815

William John bap. 17/5/1818

Henry bapt. 5/11/1820

There are other Taplins in the area, but mostly after the dates in which you are interested

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Re: Hackney 1811/1821 look up please.
« Reply #4 on: Wednesday 25 November 09 13:01 GMT (UK) »
Hi, thanks for that Springbok. I've been looking for a Richard Taplin who did have a business in Hackney but seems to dissapear from records after 1801. Really frustrating! I've checked ancestry for him but no luck!

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« Reply #5 on: Monday 06 June 11 18:35 BST (UK) »
Robin -

A Richard Taplin was buried in St John's Hackney in 1809.  Someone of the same name was foreman at Leny Smith's crape mill in Hackney Wick in 1801. Is this the Richard you have been looking at? What else do you know about him?

I'm interested in a possible connection to a Thomas Taplin who was an partner with Joseph Grout and John Baylis in a crape manufacturing business operating from Norwich and Enfield in about 1809/10/11/12.

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« Reply #6 on: Tuesday 07 June 11 20:25 BST (UK) »
Hi Luke,

Great to hear from you.

Yes I found Richard's death record eventually, buried 1809 aged 45. My Richard is a bit of a mystery - not sure where he was born can't find any birth records which match. The first record I have is his marriage record to Elizabeth Cooper in 1789 St Dunstans. Then his two children's birth records William and Letitia.

How did you know Richard worked for Leny Smith? I found a Old Bailey Record relating to the Crape Factory so that's how I know.

Is your Thomas Taplin the one who had several children at St John's? If so I've been trying to make a connection between him and Richard. He was married at St Dunstans too wasn't he?

Robin

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Re: Hackney 1811/1821 look up please.
« Reply #7 on: Tuesday 07 June 11 21:28 BST (UK) »
Yes, the Old Bailey case is the only reference that I have showing Richard's connection to the crape mills. I have nothing further on Thomas Taplin apart from a reference to his partnership with John Baylis and Joseph Grout being dissolved in 1812. (John Baylis also seems likely to be the 'Bayliss' mentioned in Smith's evidence). Grout (who was also from Hackney) and Baylis opened a crape mill in Norwich in about 1807, and one at Ponders End in Enfield in about 1809. I'm not yet sure where Thomas got involved or exactly who he was.

There does seem to have been cross-overs between some people who worked in various crape manufacturing firms in the late 18th and 19th centuries, so I am wondering if Thomas is the same person as the Thomas who married Mary Ann Beverley in Stepney in 1797 and had sons Edwin, George and Edward in Hackney, and if so, if he had connections to Smith's mills. He seems to disappear from Hackney after 1805.