Name: William Joseph PARKE
Given Name: William Joseph
Surname: Parke 1
Given Name: Joseph
Birth: 27 Nov 1742 in Stoke By Nayland 2
Death: 3 Sep 1821
Burial: 7 Sep 1821 St. Mary the Virgin, Saffron Walden, Essex, England
Baptism: 27 Nov 1742 Stoke By Nayland, Suffolk
Bury and Norwich Post, 19 September 1821. "Died on the 3r d instant in his 79th year, Mr. Joseph PARKE, parish cler k of Saffron Walden, Essex, and father of Mr. PARKE, coachm aker, of Ipswich."
Thanks to Mark Sherbrooke, I know that he died three days a fter falling down the stairs at Saffrom Walden,
Change Date: 27 Jul 2015 at 08:46
His wife's name is given as TALMASH.
Father: Joseph PARKE
Mother: Margaret FENNING
Elizabeth TOLLEMACHE b: 1756 in Of New Place (Formerly Gyppeswick Hall) Ipswich
2 Feb 1773
in Stoke By Nayland, Suffolk, England 3
- Change Date:
22 Mar 2016
- Margarett PARKE b: Abt 1774 in Stoke By Nayland, Suffolk, England c: 16 Jan 1774 in Stoke By Nayland, Suffolk, England
- Samuel Fenning PARKE b: Abt 1776 in Stoke By Nayland, Suffolk, England c: 4 Jun 1776 in Stoke By Nayland, Suffolk, England
- Elizabeth Tollemarsh PARKE b: Abt Dec 1777 in Stoke By Nayland, Suffolk, England c: 5 Dec 1777 in Stoke By Nayland, Suffolk, England
- Mary PARKE b: 1778
- Joseph PARKE b: Abt Oct 1780 in Stoke By Nayland, Suffolk, England c: 3 Oct 1780 in Stoke By Nayland, Suffolk, England
- Anna Maria PARKE b: 18 Apr 1788 in Saffron Walden, Essex, England
- William Tollemache PARKE b: 1790 in Saffron Walden, Essex, England
- Mary Anne PARKE b: 1797
- Charlotte Anne PARKE
- Abbrev: Amy Lloyd's History of the Jackson Family
Title: Amy Lloyd's History of the Jackson Family
Text: The father (or grandfather) of SARAH PARKE - GEORGE DARE ha d obtainedall proofs of the legitimacy of the secret marria ge, and all otherdescendants, and was on his way to Londo n to put it in the hands of alawyer with every chance of be ing given his lawful inheritance of bothproperty and money . When on the way back by coach, he and his wife were take n ill with smallpox at Saffron Walden, and both died. The L andlord of the inn, fearing infection, had all their luggag e burnt,and with it all the irreplaceable legal documents.
His son was so disgusted that he would no longer remain i n England andwent to South Africa and settled on a farm wit h his wife, nee Bush.But he had to leave as Kaffirs rose a nd killed everyone and destroyedthe whole place. In escapin g he was thrown out of a cart and badlyinjured from which h e never properly recovered.
- Abbrev: email from Heather MacAlister July 24, 2004
Title: email from Heather MacAlister July 24, 2004
Text: William Parke was the son of Joseph Parke, born 27.11.174 2 Stoke by Nayland, and died 3.9.1821 Saffron Walden. Reg . Parish Churches; and of his wife Elizabeth daughter of Jo hn Talmash of New Place (formerly Gyppeswick Hall) Ipswich , who died 19.5.1777 aged 66.
Reg. Parish Church Stoke by Nayland.
The name Talmash is spelt variously Talmasb, Talmasch, Toll emache. The family has a tag:
"Before the Normans to England came Bentley was my seat an d Talmash my name."
William Parke and his wife had, besides Mary Bush who marri ed Captain James Sedgwick, five other daughters: Elizabet h — John Tyars, whose descendants live in the Union.
Anne Buncher — Captain Henry Wilson of the Mercantile Mari ne.
Sarah Shrive — Captain Dare of the Honbi. East India Compa ny. As far as I know there are no descendants in the Union . Their daughter married Sir Thomas Jackson, Baronet, Gener al Manager of the Hong Kong and Shanghai Bank.
Eliza Lake — Captain William Walker Ball of the Honbl. Eas t India Company. A pleasant account of her and of Captain B all may be read in the Memoirs and Reminiscences of Sir Joh n Kotze. Many of their descendants remain in the Union. Tw o of their daughters married overseas: Anne Elizabeth to Ma jor Archibald Arbuthnot son of Sir William Arbuthnot, Bt. , and of his wife Gertrude Sophia daughter of Viscount Goug h. And Emily Lydia to Charles Francis Henry Spencer, grands on of Viscount Churchill. Lydia Hurst — John Philipson Sto we (uncle of the first baronet, who also married a Capetoni an, Florence Henchman). They have descendants in the Union . William Parke and Elizabeth also had an only son, Joseph . He ran away, it was surmised to sea, and was not again h eard of.
- Abbrev: Edward Walthew email Oct 4 2007
Title: Edward Walthew email Oct 4 2007
Text: IGI Source