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    Hi all,

    I'm looking for the parents of Edward Inall. Born 4th June 1808 in London and christened 3rd July 1808 in St Bartholomews-by-the-Exchange in London.

    They were supposedly William INALL and Margaret BLACKLOCK who were married on 14th Aug 1803 in St Bartholomews-by-the-Exchange Church, London.
    Apart from familysearch and local historians (Aus), I can't find anything in freereg or freecen

    Edward Inall emigrated here in 1823, aged 15yrs. He arrived on the 'Francis' and was employed by Abraham Cornwell as a servant in Richmond, NSW.

    Can anyone help?

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    1828 NSW Census has:

    Edward Inall born abt 1797 arrived 1825 on board the Francis

    and then immediately underneath is a Thomas Inall born abt 1788 who arrived as a convict with a 7 year sentence on board the Almorah in 1820,

    NSW Historical Electoral Rolls have in the period 1859-1861 an Edward Inall and an Edward Inall Junior living in Hawkesbury.

    Australian Birth Index 1788-1922 has
    1835 Edward Inall born to Edward and Margaret Inall in Richmond NSW
    1833 Edward Thomas Inall born to Thomas and Eliza Inall in Lanceston, Tasmania. He died aged 17.

    Australian Death Index has
    Edward Inall died 1897 Richmond NSW

    Australia Marriage Index has
    1831 Edward Inall and Margaret Scott in Richmond NSW
    1858 Edward Inall and Elizabeth Warwick Windsor NSW - this is probably the son.

    London Baptism and Burials has
    Edward Inall baptised 3 Jul 1808 St Bartholomew by the Exchange, London. Parents William and Margaret Inall.
    The same parents also baptised a Thomas Inall in the same location on 24 Jun 1804

    London Marriages and Banns
    William Inall married Margaret Blacklock 14 Aug 1803 at St Bartholomew the Great

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    Thanks for clarifying a few things about Edward. So he was born abt 1797....have to look further back.
    Parents married in different church...and after his birth ???? The 1808 in the trees is baptism date :-)

    Yes, son was Edward, the 1858 marriage. He was called Edward senior for obvious reasons....several trees actually have called him Edward Sen Inall, hahahaha.

    So he had a brother, hmmmm, hope that makes it easier for me to track William and Margaret

    These different St Bartholomews are confusing

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    Don't want to add to the confusion, but ....

    I would adopt a cautious approach to the census birth dates. If Edward was only 15 when he arrived he might have felt the need to add a few years.

    I look at another source and this has a William IMALL (not INALL) marrying Margaret Blacklock in 1803 at St Bartholomew by Royal Exchange. If you don't know London, the Royal Exchange is in the heart of the city of London. I think the post code is something EC3V.

    I looked at Burials and a Margaret Inall (I assume that she is yours) was buried 13 Aug 1837 aged 57 - St Luke, Old Street. Again Old street is in the heart of London. She had been living in Wellington Street. There is Wellington Street just off the Aldwich in the heart of theatre land. This is not that close to Old Street, but there is also a burial of a William Inall aged 77 in the same church on 30 Jun 1829 and before that he had been living in Teanby's Buildings. Unfortunately this location has long since gone, either in the Blitz or just through redevelopment.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Megan Roberts View Post
    Don't want to add to the confusion, but ....

    I would adopt a cautious approach to the census birth dates. If Edward was only 15 when he arrived he might have felt the need to add a few years.

    I look at another source and this has a William IMALL (not INALL) marrying Margaret Blacklock in 1803 at St Bartholomew by Royal Exchange. If you don't know London, the Royal Exchange is in the heart of the city of London. I think the post code is something EC3V.

    I looked at Burials and a Margaret Inall (I assume that she is yours) was buried 13 Aug 1837 aged 57 - St Luke, Old Street. Again Old street is in the heart of London. She had been living in Wellington Street. There is Wellington Street just off the Aldwich in the heart of theatre land. This is not that close to Old Street, but there is also a burial of a William Inall aged 77 in the same church on 30 Jun 1829 and before that he had been living in Teanby's Buildings. Unfortunately this location has long since gone, either in the Blitz or just through redevelopment.
    Thank you again, Megan.

    The different spelling is good....some trees had written 'EINALL'....so another track to follow

    No I don't know anything about places in London.....I'm from many, many convicts, hahaha and not travelled to England. Would love to see the places that bred my ancestors, though!! I've checked out St Barts and know that it was rebuilt by Christopher Wren but since demolished.

    At least I now have a possible death for William and Margaret.

    Cheers

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    Most of the places you can find on Google Maps.

    I did a search on Thomas Inall, as often convicts leave a good documentary trail ...

    I can't find any evidence of his conviction but in the NSW Colonial Secretary's Papers which are held by the NSW Govt there are 3 references to him:

    Event Date: 16 Sep 1823
    Event Description: Re permission for his discharge from the "Henry"
    Comments: Steward
    Series: (NRS 897) Main series of letters received, 1788-1825
    Item: 4/1772
    Page: 141

    Event Date: 20 Sep 1823
    Event Description: Granted
    Comments: Steward
    Series: (NRS 937) Copies of letters sent within the Colony, 1814-1825
    Item:4/3509
    Page: 291

    Event Date: 9 Apr 1825
    Event Description: On crew list of "Nereus" which rescued crew of "Belinda"
    Comments: Steward
    Series: (NRS 897) Main series of letters received, 1788-1825
    Item: 4/1785
    Page: 158

    Ancestry has NSW Register of Coroner's Inquests 1762-1942 and that has:
    Name: William Inall
    Inquest Date: 26 Jun 1890
    Inquest Location: Lismore (Hospital)
    Death Place: Lismore
    Age: 40
    Estimated Birth Year: abt 1850
    Birth Place: New South Wales
    Injuries sustained in accident whilst felling timber

    Finally because Inall is not that common I told a chance and search on that term in the Old Bailey on Line web site. The Old Bailey is the main criminal court in London. There is a trial 12 Jan 1820 where a John Inall who is a publican is the victim /witness to a theft. The website is www.oldbaileyonline.org

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    Hi Megan,

    I was just checking out that same Thomas Inall. He was not the convict sent out on the 'Almorah' in 1820.
    He was a free man who was working on the 'Henry' and asked permission to remain in Australia....NSW was still in charge of the colony. He worked on the 'Nereus' which was a sealing and whaling ship. He married in Hobart, had heaps of children and died in Launceston.
    Couldn't find the convict Thomas who arrived in NSW :-(

    Gee, another publican!! Have come across a few in the family, haha. Did think it would be easier with such an unusual name!!!

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    Ancestry London Parish Registers also show 2 other brothers for Edward INALL baptised at St Bartholomew by the Exchange:

    George Revett INALL & Henry Davis INALL born 12 October and baptised 11 November 1805, parents William & Margaret.

    There is also a burial in the South Aile of the same church on 24 April 1803 of a Rachael INALL, aged 38. I wonder if this could be a first wife for your William as there is a baptism at All Hallows Tottenham of a Mary daughter of William & Rachel INALL on 20 July 1800. Looks like Margaret BLACKLOCK was his 2nd wife as the marriage record at St Bartholomew by Exchange on 14 August 1803 shows William INALL, Widower, of this parish & Margret BLACKLOCK of the parish of St Mary Newington, Surrey, spinster, were married in this church by licence. Both signed and the witness was a John THOMAS.

    This looks like William's first marriage on 2 May 1790 at Bermondsey St Mary Magdalene:

    Wm INALL, of this parish, bachelor, & Rachael GLOVER, of the same parish, spinster, were married by banns. Both signed and the witnesses were a Sara UNWIN & ? SCHUPPER.

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    Again from Ancestry's London Parish Registers:

    24 September 1825 at St Mary's Newington George Revitt INALL, bachelor, Minor & Jane BURNETT, spinster, both of the parish married by banns. Witnesses: William Richards (could just be Richard with a flourish!) INALL & Sarah Bernie INALL. All parties signed.

    This looks like the marriage of the above witnesses on 4 April 1813 at St Dunstan Stepney - William Richards INALL of St Mary Whitechapel, bachelor, & Sarah Burnie BALCH, of this parish, spinster, were married by licence.

    William Richards INALL looks to be the half brother of your Edward:

    William Richards INALL born 21 May baptised 19 June 1791 at All Hallows Lombard Street, parents William & Rachell

    also

    John INALL baptised 25 December 1796 at All Hallows Lombard Street, parents William & Rachel, Victr? Bell Yard, aged 4 weeks
    Isabella INALL bap 11 August 1793 at All Hallows Lombard Street, parents William & Rachael, born 12 July

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    Hi Janet,

    Thank you for all that information about the Inalls. You and Megan are marvels. The tree is branching out again.
    I gather that John Inall the publican that Megan had found, was the first son, of William and Rachel!?!

    I gather no luck with tracing Margaret Blacklock??

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