Harriet Pallister

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King George 3rd is on the throne.
Harriet is on the Edge of my research and therefore i've not got the full details for her but i understand she was born in York Yorkshire about 1807.
King George 4th becomes King on the 29th January 1820 on the death of his father King George 3rd.
Harriet was Married to John Bulmer on the 1St January 1829 at st Cuthbert York,
King William 4th becomes King on the 26th June 1830 on the death of his father King George 4th.
The first of the 11 child was Thomas who was born in Dublin Ireland around the year 1830,
he was followed by the first daughter Elizabeth who was born in Carar Caha Mt Ireland in 1833.
The family back in England the next daughter Sarah Harriet was born in Derby Derbyshire on the 10 thSeptember 1834 but she was baptisted in St Cuthbert's York Yorshire on the
11th January 1835
in the folowing year she has a son Mark in Canterbury Kent and is baptisted on the 2nd October 1836 at St Mary Northgate Canterbury.
Queen Victoria becomes Queen on the 20th June 1837 on the death of her uncle King William 4th.
The sixth child was John was baptisted on the 15th December 1839 at S Micheal-le-Belfry and St Wilfrid Church in York Yorkshire,
he was followed the following year by his brother Stephen also born in York Yorkshre, On 1841 census the family was living in Coffee yard York and Harreit wasnt working,
another year passes when the 8th child Willam Pallister Bulmer he was registered in the 3 months up to Christmas 1842.
the next child Eliza was born in June quarter of 1844 still in york. It toke another 6 years
before the 10th child Mary was Registered in the June quarter of 1850 in york.
On the 1851 Census the family was living on Bitton Street York. Harriet was still not working.
time moves on and so the last of the 11 children arrives, Amelia and she was registered in the June quarter of 1854.
soon its 1861 and another census is taken, now the family is living at 29 Redenes Street York.
in the December quarter of 1869 Harriet at the age of 62 passes away.

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