Spencer Family Tree of Ted & Barbara Spencer

Harriet Pallister

b. 16 June 1807, York    

bp. 20 June 1807,  Bedern, York        

Parents: Mark & Susannah Pallister

 

d. 19 October 1869, 24 Redeness St, York    

br. 21 October 1869, York Cemetery          

 

Known Siblings: (All born in York)    

* William (1800)

* Mary Ann (1803)

* Jane (1806)

* Mark (1809)
* Susannah (1811)

* Ellen (1813)

* Sarah (1817)      

 

m: 1st January 1829, St Cuthbert's Church, York         

 

Sp: John BULMER    

 

Children:    

* Harriet Bulmer (bp.1829, Leeds)

* Thomas Bulmer (b.1830, Dublin, Ireland)

* Elizabeth Bulmer (b. 1832, Cahir, Ireland)

* Sarah Harriet Bulmer (b.1834, Derby/ bp. 1835, York)

* Mark Bulmer (b.1836, Canterbury, Kent)

* Ellen Bulmer (b.1838, Frome, Somerset)

* John Bulmer (b.1839, York)

* Stephen Bulmer (b.1840, York)

* William Pallister Bulmer (b.1842, York)

* Eliza Bulmer (b. 1845, York)

* Mary BULMER (b. 10 April 1849, York)

* Emily Amelia Bulmer (b. 1854, York)

 

 

1807

Poll for the Knight of the Shire took place in the City of York between 20 May and 5 June. William Wilberforce won with 11,808 votes

 

 

 

1829

The term ‘Wars of the Roses’ first used in the novel, Anne of Geierstein, by Walter Scott

 

 

 

1840

Coach suspension systems were transformed by Obadiah Elliott’s invention, the Elliptical Metal Spring, allowing double the number of passengers to be carried in greater comfort