George Taplin

(circa January 1841 - )
     George Taplin was born circa January 1841 in Paxford, Blockley, Gloucestershire. He was the son of Stephen Taplin and Dinah Keen.
     George Taplin appeared on the 1841 census in the household of Stephen Taplin and Dinah Keen in Paxford, Blockley Gloucestershire.

James Taplin

(1836 - )
     James Taplin was born in 1836 in Paxford, Blockley, Gloucestershire. He was the son of Stephen Taplin and Dinah Keen.
     James Taplin appeared on the 1841 census in the household of Stephen Taplin and Dinah Keen in Paxford, Blockley Gloucestershire. James, Jane, Job, Ann and Maria were listed as the children of Stephen Taplin in the 1851 census in Adlestrop, Gloucestershire. James, Ann and Emma were listed as the children of Stephen Taplin in the 1871 census in Paxford, Blockley Gloucestershire.

Jane Taplin

(1838 - )
     Jane Taplin was born in 1838 in Paxford, Blockley, Gloucestershire. She was the daughter of Stephen Taplin and Dinah Keen.
     Jane Taplin appeared on the 1841 census in the household of Stephen Taplin and Dinah Keen in Paxford, Blockley Gloucestershire. James, Jane, Job, Ann and Maria were listed as the children of Stephen Taplin in the 1851 census in Adlestrop, Gloucestershire.

Job Taplin

(8 August 1843 - )
     Job Taplin was born on 8 August 1843 in Paxford, Blockley, Gloucestershire. He was the son of Stephen Taplin and Dinah Keen. James, Jane, Job, Ann and Maria were listed as the children of Stephen Taplin in the 1851 census in Adlestrop, Gloucestershire. Job, Ann, Maria and Emma were listed as the children of Dinah Keen in the 1861 census in Paxford, Blockley Gloucestershire.
     His descendant Malvary Cole wrote that Job was one of the first to move away from Paxford to Ebrington (4 miles) and all his children were born in Ebrington.

Maria Taplin

(1848 - )
     Maria Taplin was born in 1848 in Paxford, Blockley, Gloucestershire. She was the daughter of Stephen Taplin and Dinah Keen. James, Jane, Job, Ann and Maria were listed as the children of Stephen Taplin in the 1851 census in Adlestrop, Gloucestershire. Job, Ann, Maria and Emma were listed as the children of Dinah Keen in the 1861 census in Paxford, Blockley Gloucestershire.

Stephen Taplin

(between 1813 and 1815 - 1893)
     Stephen Taplin was also known as Tapling in records. He was born between 1813 and 1815 in Blockley, Gloucestershire.
     Stephen Taplin married Dinah Keen, daughter of Alice Keen, on 12 October 1836. See Jon Baker's website www.vectisjon.com. for further details of this line.
     Stephen Taplin and Dinah Keen appeared on the 1841 census in Paxford, Blockley, Gloucestershire. Stephen Tapling, 25, ag. lab. born in the county; Dinah 25, not born in the county, James 4, Jane 2, George 5 months, all born in the county.
     Stephen Taplin and Dinah Keen were recorded on the 1851 census in Adlestrop, Gloucestershire. Stephen Taplin, head, 37, Ag. Lab. born Worcs, Blockley; Dinah his wife, 39, Gloucs Addlestrope, James, Son, 14, Ag. Lab. Worcs, Blockley, Jane, daug, 12, Worcs, Blockley; Job, Son, 7 Scholar, Worcs, Blockley; Ann, Daug, 4, Worcs, Blockley; Maria, Daug, 2, Worcs, Blockley; Joseph Taplin, Brother, Widower, 32, Ag. Lab, Worcs, Blockley.
     Stephen Taplin appeared on the 1861 census in Kineton, Temple Guiting, Gloucestershire. Stephen Taplin, 46, born Paxford, Worc., ag. labourer was a lodger with William Walker & family, boot & shoe maker.
     Stephen Taplin and Dinah Keen appeared on the 1871 census in Paxford, Blockley Gloucestershire. Stephen Taplin, aged 58, born Paxford, Worcestershire, ag. lab., his wife Dinah aged 60, born Adlestrop, Gls, & unmarried children James 36 ag. lab., Ann 24 , fired? woman & Emma 19, ditto, grandson Thomas A, aged 1, all born at Blockley.
     Stephen Taplin appeared on the 1881 census in Blockley. Stephen Taplin, 65, sheep dipper, born Paxford, Worcs.
     Stephen Taplin appeared on the 1891 census in Moreton in the Marsh. Stephen Taplin, 76, sheep dipper, born Paxford, his wife Ann Taplin, 55, baker, born Walsall, Sts, children Sarah A Borrell??, 13, daughter of wife, born Birmingham; Sarah A Patrick, 21. servant, Richard G Patrick, 10 months, son of servant.
     Stephen died in 1893 in Birmingham RD.

Children of Stephen Taplin and Dinah Keen

Emily Frances Tapply

(30 May 1876 - )
     Emily Frances Tapply was commonly known as Frances. She was born on 30 May 1876 in Folkestone, Kent. She was the daughter of Rev Frederick Tapply and Ann Emily Pickmore Rumsey. Lily, Emily, Frederick and Katharine were listed as the children of Rev Frederick Tapply in the 1891 census in 11 Kensworthy? Rd, Folkestone. Emily Frances Tapply was listed as Rev Frederick Tapply's daughter in the 1901 census in 17 Connaught Rd, Folkestone, Kent.
     Emily Frances Tapply married Frederick Robert Gale MBE on 20 April 1901 in Folkestone, Kent.
     Emily Frances Tapply and Frederick Robert Gale MBE appeared on the 1911 census in 4 Teynham Road, Tankerton, Whitstable, Blean RD, Kent. Frederick Robert Gale, aged 33, journalist, M J I, with the Financial Press, born Kensington, London; with wife Emily Frances Gale aged 34, marreid 9 years, children Basil M R Gale, 6, Denys J P Gale, 2, Geoffrey W Gale 6 months, all born in Kensington, plus 3 female servants. Their address was listed as temporary..
     A great granddaughter of the Noads, Miss Teale, who was living at Scarbororough, Yorkshire in 1927, possessed an oil portrait of Mary Ann Costelloe, which was illustrated in the Daily Telegraph on 16 April 1927, accompanying a sketch of Mary Ann's life written by Frederick R Gale, whose wife, nee Emily Frances Tapply was a great grand daughter of Mary Ann's son, Capt Frederick Hunn, R.N.

Children of Emily Frances Tapply and Frederick Robert Gale MBE

Rev Frederick Tapply

(20 August 1842 - September 1923)
     Rev Frederick Tapply was born on 20 August 1842 in Rolvenden, Kent. He was the son of Thomas Tapply and his wife Matilda Elphee and gt grandson of John Tapply of Rolvenden (1723-1774).
     Rev Frederick Tapply appeared on the 1861 census in Hollingbourne, Kent. He was an assistant in a school.
     Rev Frederick Tapply married Ann Emily Pickmore Rumsey, daughter of Rev John Williams Rumsey and Ann Emily Hunn, on 24 June 1873 in Rolvenden, Kent. In the 1861 census he was an assistant a school in Hollinbourne. Frederick was a clergyman and school master, being ordained deacon in 1871 and priest the following year. For many years he was a private coach at Follkestone in 1881.
     Rev Frederick Tapply and Ann Emily Pickmore Rumsey appeared on the 1881 census in 15 Bouverie St West, Folkestone, Kent. Frederick Tapply, head, married, 38 born Rolvenden, Kent, Clergyman Ch Of Eng Without Cure of Souls, Principal Winton Ho School; Ann E. P. Tapply, wife, 37, Newell, Nottingham; Lily M.R. Tapply, daughter, 6, Rolvenden, Kent, Scholar; Emily F. Tapply, daughter 4, Folkestone, Kent; Frederick M. Tapply, son 2, Folkestone, Kent; Katherine G. Tapply, daughter 3 m Folkestone, Kent; George R. Bennett, pupil boarder, 14, Ireland, Scholar; Eliza Jane Castle, servant, U, 20, Wickham, Kent, Domestic Serv (Cook); Annie Hewlett, Serv, U, 18 Richmond, Surrey, Domestic Serv (Housemaid); Violet M. Greenstreet, Serv, U, 21, Dover, Kent, Domestic Serv (Nurse).
     Rev Frederick Tapply and Ann Emily Pickmore Rumsey appeared on the 1891 census in 11 Kensworthy? Rd, Folkestone. Frederick Tapply, head, 48, clerk in Holy Orders, School ..., born Rolvenden, Kent; his wife Ann E P, 47, born Norwell, Notts; children Lily M A/R, 16, scholar, born Rolvenden, Frances E 14, born Folkestone; Frederick M, 12, born Folkestone; Grace? K, 19, born Folkestone.
     Rev Frederick Tapply and Ann Emily Pickmore Rumsey appeared on the 1901 census in 17 Connaught Rd, Folkestone, Kent. Frederick Tapply, head, 57, clergyman Church of England, born Rolvenden, Kent; with his wife Ann E P aged 57, born Norwell, Notts, Emily F, daughter aged 24, typist and stenographer, born Folkestone and son Frederick M aged 22, student, Oxford University, born Folkestone. Frederick was an Anglican clergyman of Winton House, Lyminge, Kent. He was ordained deacon 1871, priest 1872 at Winchester. L. Pr. Dio. Canterbury 1877. Chaplain of Elham Union 1902. F C of Forton, Hampshire 1871-75; Folkestone 1875-77 in 1908.
     Frederick died in September 1923 in Kent?, aged 81. There is a mural tablet to his memory in the little Norman church of Paddlesworth where he ministered.

Children of Rev Frederick Tapply and Ann Emily Pickmore Rumsey

Frederick Murray Tapply

(13 October 1878 - )
     Frederick Murray Tapply was born on 13 October 1878 in Folkestone, Kent. He was the son of Rev Frederick Tapply and Ann Emily Pickmore Rumsey. Lily, Emily, Frederick and Katharine were listed as the children of Rev Frederick Tapply in the 1891 census in 11 Kensworthy? Rd, Folkestone. Frederick Murray Tapply was listed as Rev Frederick Tapply's son in the 1901 census in 17 Connaught Rd, Folkestone, Kent. Frederick was an Anglican clergyman. He gained a BA at Oxford in 1903, MA 1906, Ely Theological College 1903. Ordained deacon 1904, priest 1905 at London. Curate of St Thomas Finsbury Park, 1906. F C of St Clement Notting Hill, 1904-1906. He was vicar of All Saints, Highgate in 1938 at London.
     Frederick Murray Tapply appeared on the 1911 census in Vyner St, All Saints House, Bethnal Green, London, Middlesex. Frederick Murry Tapply 32, single, priest (Church of England), born Folkestone, Kent; servant Mary Anne Fletcher 40, widow, Sydney Frank Fletcher 10.
     Frederick Murray Tapply married Adeline Frances Neave LRAM on 25 April 1911 in St Thomas, Finsbury Park, London.

Katharine Grace Tapply

(19 January 1881 - )
     Katharine Grace Tapply was commonly known as Grace. She was born on 19 January 1881 in Folkestone, Kent. She was the daughter of Rev Frederick Tapply and Ann Emily Pickmore Rumsey. Lily, Emily, Frederick and Katharine were listed as the children of Rev Frederick Tapply in the 1891 census in 11 Kensworthy? Rd, Folkestone.
     Katharine Grace Tapply appeared on the 1911 census in 107 Talbot Rd, Bayswater, London. Katharine Grace Tapply, aged 30, single, accountant for eastern merchant, born Folkestone, Kent, living in 3 rooms.
     Katharine Grace Tapply married Robert Bannatyne Hicks MRCS, LRCP on 28 August 1916 in All Saints, Kensington, London.

Lily Mary A Tapply LRAM (pianoforte)

(22 July 1874 - )
     Lily Mary A Tapply LRAM (pianoforte) was born on 22 July 1874 in Rolvenden, Kent. She was the daughter of Rev Frederick Tapply and Ann Emily Pickmore Rumsey. Lily, Emily, Frederick and Katharine were listed as the children of Rev Frederick Tapply in the 1891 census in 11 Kensworthy? Rd, Folkestone. Lily was for some time on the staff at La Martiniere, in Calcutta, West Bengal, India.
     Lily Mary A Tapply LRAM (pianoforte) married Ronald Mackinnon in 1916.

Blakely Lorenzo Tarleton

(before April 1839 - )
     Blakely Lorenzo Tarleton was born before April 1839 in Ireland.
     The marriage of Blakely Lorenzo Tarleton and Annie Eliza Handy, daughter of Samuel Handy and Anna Townsend, was registered in St John, Egremont, Cheshire, in the September 1864 quarter.
     Blakely Lorenzo Tarleton was employed was a cotton salesman in April 1871, Liscard, Cheshire.
     Blakely Lorenzo Tarleton was listed as Anna Townsend's son-in-law in the 1871 census in Magazine Park, Liscard, Cheshire. Anna Handy, head, widow aged 61, no occupation, private means, born Ireland; Charles J, son unmarried, 27, cotton salesman; Henry son, unmarried 24, corresponding clerk; Emily Poole, daughter married 27, all born Ireland; William Poole, 32, son-in-law, stock broker born Liverpool, with William, aged 4, Samuel T aged and Emily M, 9? months, grandchildren all born at New Brighton, Cheshire. Also living with her were John W? Townsend her unmarried nephew aged 20 who worked in the cotton saleroom, born Ireland; 3 servants; and Blakely Tarleton son in law aged 33, cotton salesman and his wife Annie aged 25, both born in Ireland.
     Blakely Lorenzo Tarleton was employed a cotton broker in April 1881, Cheshire.
     Blakely Lorenzo Tarleton and Annie Eliza Handy appeared on the 1881 census in Mt Pleasant Rd, Liscard, Cheshire. Anna Handy, an Irish born widow aged 72, is living as the mother in law of Blakely L Tarleton aged 42, born Ireland, cotton broker and his wife Annie E aged 35 born Ireland. A William Handy aged 42, a book keeper (commercial clerk) born at Newr..., Wexford, is a lodger with the Vaughan family at 3 Alexander Tce, Liscard.
     Blakely Lorenzo Tarleton and Annie Eliza Handy appeared on the 1891 census in 'Woodville', Abootsford Rd, Gt Cosby, Lancashire. Blakely L Tarleton 53, cotton broker, born Ireland, Annie L Tarleton 45, born Ireland, Eliza Tarleton 83, widow, mother, living on own means, born Ireland, Annie C Poole 19, niece, born New Brighton, Cheshire, Elizabeth Townhend 25, servant, cook (domestic) born Liverpool, Emma Warnock 19, servant, born Lancashire. Blakely Lorenzo Tarleton was listed as Emily Frances Handy's brother-in-law in the 1901 census in 'Elm Bank', Woodham Rd, Horsell, Surrey.

Margaret Frances [Charlotte] Tarleton

(circa 1830 - 4 March 1881)
     Margaret Frances [Charlotte] Tarleton was also known as Frances Charlotte in records. She was born circa 1830. She was the daughter of Robert Tarleton of Newtown House, gentleman. She was the daughter of Robert Weldon Tarleton.
     Margaret Frances [Charlotte] Tarleton married Alexander Kingston Handy as his second wife, on 2 November 1870 in Church of Ireland, Geashill, Tullamore RD, Offaly, Ireland. Alexander Kingston Handy, full age, widower, gentleman, of Castlejordan, son of William Orme Handy, gentleman to Margaret Frances Tarleton, of full age, spinster, of Newtown House, daughter of Robert M/N Tarleton, gentleman.
     In the 1881 census Anna Handy, an Irish born widow aged 72, is living as the mother in law of Blakely L Tarleton aged 42, born Ireland, cotton broker and his wife Annie E aged 35 born Ireland, at Mt Pleasant Rd, Liscard, Cheshire.
     Margaret died on 4 March 1881 in Newtown House, Tullamore, Kilbride, Offaly, Ireland. She was buried at Geashill - her memorial states: SACRED TO THE MEMORY OF MARGARET FRANCES HANDY THE BELOVED WIFE OF
ALEXANDER KINSTON HANDY OF PARKE HSE. CO. MEATH AND ELDEST DAUGHTER OF ROBERT WELDON TARLETON OF NEWTOWN HSE. KINGS CO. SHE DIED MARCH 4TH 1881
AGED 50 YEARS.
     The administration of her estate was granted to Alexander Kingston Handy on 2 May 1881 at Dublin, Ireland. Admon of Frances Handy, late of Newtown House, Kings county who died 4 March 1881 at same, granted to Alexander Kingston Handy, of same, esq. the husband. This is presumably Margaret Frances.
     The administration of her estate was granted to Kathleen Davenport Purdon on 1 May 1901 at Dublin. Admon of unadministered estate of Frances Charlotte Handy, late of Newtown House, Tullamore, Kings co. (wife of Alexander Kingston Handy) who died 4 March 1881 granted at Dublin to Katherine Davenport Lett, married woman (former grant 2 May 1881). Effects under £5.

Mary Elizabeth Tarleton

     Mary Elizabeth Tarleton was the daughter of Robert Weldon Tarleton.
     Mary Elizabeth Tarleton was mentioned in the will of Alexander Kingston Handy dated 7 June 1883.

Robert Weldon Tarleton

Children of Robert Weldon Tarleton

Elizabeth Tarney

(5 May 1706 - before 30 March 1788)
     Elizabeth Tarney was christened on 5 May 1706 in Rougham, Suffolk. She was the daughter of Thomas Tarney and Rose Unknown (Tarney).
     Elizabeth Tarney married Richard Wilkin, son of Robert Wilkin and Phyllis Goodchild, on 14 August 1727 in Tostock, Suffolk. They were both of Hessett.
     Elizabeth died before 30 March 1788 in Hessett. She was buried on 30 March 1788 in Hessett.

Children of Elizabeth Tarney and Richard Wilkin

Thomas Tarney

(before 1685 - )
     Thomas Tarney was born before 1685 in Suffolk, England. He was possibly descended from Tany at Bradfield St Geo, Trimley or Norton. See Sandra Stevens' notes..
     Thomas Tarney married Rose Unknown (Tarney) before 1706.
     Thomas Tarney married secondly Elizabeth Thorpe on 27 February 1729 in Rougham, Suffolk.

Child of Thomas Tarney and Rose Unknown (Tarney)

Honora Tarre

     Honora Tarre married John Ruby on 7 January 1651/52 in Buckland Monachorum, Devon.

Catherine Tate

     Catherine Tate married James Handy, son of Samuel Handy, on 13 April 1864 in Newtownards, Down.

(?) Tattersall

     (?) Tattersall married Mercy Geere, daughter of Thomas Geere and Mercy Doe, on 28 November 1674 in Sussex. Mercy is probably the daughter who married Tattersall as a Mary Geere dies in Ovingdean which suggests that she is the unmarried sister. Nicholas Tattersall (presumably their son, acquired Richard Geere's cottage and garden in Rottingdean which was inherited by his daughter Susanna (baptised 30 Oct 1676 at Brighton, [but daughter of Nicholas & Mary], the wife of Peter White, doctor? in 1702. The latter married 16 June 1702 at Pyecombe, Ssx.

Ian James Tatterson

(28 August 1949 - 12 June 1992)
     Ian James Tatterson was born on 28 August 1949 in Victoria.
     Ian James Tatterson lived at 8 Rosewood Crt, Frankston, Victoria, 1982.
     Ian James Tatterson was employed as the town clerk, Springvale, Victoria.
     Ian died as result of private aircraft crash, travelling to trots meeting at Mildura on 12 June 1992 in Heathcote, Victoria, aged 42. He was buried on 18 June 1992 in The Necropolis, Springvale.

John Taunton

     John Taunton married Helen Bugg, daughter of Henry Bugg and Hannah Maria Barrett, on 12 October 1870 in the Wesleyan Church, Mummell, New South Wales, Australia.

Joseph H Taunton

     Joseph H Taunton married Ruth Bugg, daughter of Joseph Bugg and Eliza Chinery, in 1904 in Leichhardt district, New South Wales, Australia.

David Tavender

(1958 - 1970)
     David Tavender was born in 1958 in Canada.
     David died in 1970 in Canada.

Henry Tavy

     Henry Tavy married Elizabeth Noble, daughter of John Noble and Anne Nutt, on 17 February 1573/74 in Gt Livermere.

Isabella Tayler

     Isabella Tayler married Alexander Banks, son of Unknown Banks (of Giggleswick), on 8 October 1570 in Giggleswick, Yorkshire.

Alice Taylor

(before 1580 - )
     Alice Taylor was born before 1580.
     Alice Taylor married Thomas Banks, son of John Banks (of Lawkland), on 15 October 1598 in Giggleswick, Yorkshire.

Child of Alice Taylor and Thomas Banks

Ann Taylor

( - 1765?)
     Ann Taylor married Henry Fawler, son of Thomas Fawler and Susanna Hulbert, on 21 June 1749 in Mordern College, Kent. He was of Plymouth when he married at Morden College, Kent, Ann Taylor of Woolwich.
     Ann died in 1765?. She may be the Ann Fawler buried at Chatham t Mary on 8 Jun 1765.

Children of Ann Taylor and Henry Fawler

Ann Taylor

(circa 1770? - before 1804)
     Ann Taylor was born circa 1770?.
     Ann Taylor married Daniel Mackglew, son of Daniel Mackglew and Jane Pearson, on 30 October 1791 in St Saviour, Southwark, Surrey.
     Ann died before 1804. An Ann McGlew was buried in 1803 at St Olave along with a Mary McGlew the same year.

Children of Ann Taylor and Daniel Mackglew

Ann Taylor

(before March 1820 - )
     Ann Taylor was born before March 1820 in High Toynton, Lincolnshire. She was the daughter of David Taylor.
     Ann Taylor married Jonathan Buttery Stancer, son of John Stancer and Ann Buttery, on 21 July 1842 in St Mary, Horncastle, Lincolnshire.
     Ann Taylor and Jonathan Buttery Stancer were recorded on the 1851 census in Binbrook, Lincolnshire. Jonathan Stancher, head, 32, waggoner, born Winceby; his wife Ann aged 31, born High Toynton, nephew David Lewis, aged 11 born Horncastle and daughter Sarah Ann Stancher aged 3, born Binbrook.

Children of Ann Taylor and Jonathan Buttery Stancer