|Before 1833||Born:||(of full age at Marriage)|
|3 April 1854||Marriage:||To Ann Priscilla Wolstenholme at Battersea Parish Church, Surrey.|
|Address:||2, Park Crescent Cottages, Chelsea, London.|
|Witnesses:||William Miller and Sophia Allen.|
|1855||Son Born:||James W. Parker|
|1860||Son Born:||Henry (Harry) Parker|
|21 Jan 1864||Daughter:||Emily Charlotte Parker.|
|1871||Son Born:||Thomas E. Parker|
|1874||His wife died.|
|1871 to 1881||Death:||He died between 1871 (his son Thomas' birth) and 1881
the Census of 1881 his children James W Parker, Henry
Parker, Ann Parker
1 Bucklers Alley, Fulham, London.
Census 1861: As they were married in 1854 from 2 Park Terrace Cottages, St. Luke, Kings Road, Chelsea we checked the 1861 RG 933 60/61 and found it occupied by Joseph Haggis born 1831 Coach-builder, Rebecca Haggis his wife born 1827 and children, Elizabeth born 1853, Joseph born1854, Annie born 1856 and Isabella born 1861.
Of course we now know that James and Ann had a son, Harry in 1860 and a daughter, Ann in 1862 and these birth certificates should be purchased to perhaps give us addresses that may be searched in the 1861 Census:
But as we all know family history reserch never ends, there is always something more to do.
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