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 ROBERT /PARKHURST/


  • Born in 1731 - St George The Martyr, Queen Square, Middlesex, England
  • Baptized 4 June 1731 - St George The Martyr, Queen Square, Middlesex, England
  • Deceased 24 June 1764 - Bristol, removed to catesby 1765,aged 33 years old
  • Buried in 1764 - 1765 removed to Catesby North Hampshire
  • Esquire. Captain in the Army

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Name Source: London, England, Church of England Baptisms, Marriages and Burials, 1538-1812 - Ancestry.com - Church of England Parish Registers, 1538-1812. London, England: London Metropolitan Archives.

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- 1,1624::0London Metropolitan Archives, Saint George The Martyr, Queen Square, Composite register: baptisms Sep 1723 - Dec 1796, marriages Dec 1706 - Feb 1754, P82/GEO2, Item 0011,1624::2358393
Name Source: Ancestry.com - http://www.Ancestry.com - Hampshire, England, Allegations for Marriage Licences, 1689-1837 - Ancestry.com - 1,9147::01,9147::16425
Name Source: www.ancestry.com.au - - Ancestry.com - Database online.Record for ROBERT PARKHURST Captain http://trees.ancestry.com/pt/AMTCitationRedir.aspx?tid=0&pid=1757
Parkhurst, Robert, Esq., captain in the Hon. General Stewart's Reg. of Foot, 22, b., & Ann-Ogle Guyther, of St. Michael's, Winchester, 22, sp., 06 Feb 1759. >From St. James's Chronicle or the British Evening Post ( London, England ), July 7, 1764 - July 10, 1764; Issue 522. At Bristol Hot-Wells, died, universally lamented, Capt. Robert PARKHURST : He was one of those who so nobly distinguished himself at the Battle of Minden, where he was severely wounded, and has been in a declining Way ever since: He was humane, generous, and charitable; a tender Husband, an affectionate Father, a sincere Friend, and a real honest man. Parkhurst, Robert, Esq., captain in the Hon. General Stewart's Reg. of Foot, 22, b., & Ann-Ogle Guyther, of St. Michael's, Winchester, 22, sp., 06 Feb 1759. >From St. James's Chronicle or the British Evening Post ( London, England ), July 7, 1764 - July 10, 1764; Issue 522. At Bristol Hot-Wells, died, universally lamented, Capt. Robert PARKHURST : He was one of those who so nobly distinguished himself at the Battle of Minden, where he was severely wounded, and has been in a declining Way ever since: He was humane, generous, and charitable; a tender Husband, an affectionate Father, a sincere Friend, and a real honest man.

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Nathaniel Parkhurst 1668-1715 Althamia Smith 1670- Sir Robert Dormer, Sir 1650-1726 Mary Blake 1665-1728
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John Parkhurst 1701-1765 Ricarda Dormer 1698-1770
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Captain Robert Parkhurst 1731-1764