Spencer Family Tree of Ted & Barbara Spencer

George Wiseman

b. 18 Sept 1820, ‘The White Swan’, South Milford, Yorkshire    

bp. 1 Aug 1827, St Peter’s Parish Church, Leeds    

Parents: George & Barbara Wiseman

 

occ: Mechanic
d: 4 May 1860, 5 Shannon Street, Leeds
         

 

Siblings (b/bp Harewood and Leeds):
* Barbara (1813)

* Jane (1816)

* Ruth (1818)

* Margaret (1823)

* John (1826)

* Mary Eleanor (1830)      

 

m. 16 April 1838, St Peter’s Parish

Church, Leeds        

 

Sp. HARRIET JOY    

 

Children: (All b/bp Leeds)
*
Margaret WISEMAN (b. 5 April 1841, Leeds)
* John William Wiseman (b. 1844)
* Mary Jane Wiseman (b.1846)
* Lavinia Wiseman (b.1848)
     

 

2nd m. of George WISEMAN

29 August 1853, Leeds
Sp: Hannah Audsley
     

 

Children: (b/bp Leeds)
* Selina Wiseman (1854)

* Barbara Wiseman (1857)

* Elizabeth Ann Wiseman (1858)

 

 

1819

The Peterloo Massacre: Cavalry was ordered to charge a crowd of 80 000 demonstrating for Parliamentary reform in Manchester. Eleven were killed, hundreds injured

 

 

 

1839

American inventor, Charles Goodyear, discovers how to vulcanise rubber. Patented 1844

 

 

 

1855

5 July: Thomas Cook’s first package holiday. A temperance group of 500 paid a shilling each for a return excursion from Leicester to Loughborough