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Solomon Parslow. c1809/1811. Princes Risborough, Bucks.

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I guess he ended up in Australia. No other records for him in Bucks, after transportation.

He had an aquittal in 1846, Bucks. And possibly another in 1841, Surrey.(Fraud).

Solomon Parslow
Age: 38
Est Birth Year: abt 1809 (1811).
Date of Trial: 19 Oct 1847
Trial Year: 1847
Location of Trial: Buckinghamshire, England
Sentence: Transportation. 7 years for sheep stealing.

Parents are William Parslow & Rebecca(nee.Lacey).

He married Charlotte Lacey in 1833, Princes Risborough. Listed as married in 1851 census.

Any ideas folks.


Steve.:)
 

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Name: Solomon Parslow
Aliases: none
Birth, Occupation & Death
Date of Birth: 1810
Occupation: Timber dealer
Date of Death: -
Age: -
Sentenced to 7 years
Crime: Sheep-stealing
Convicted at: Bucks. Aylesbury Quarter Sessions
Sentence term: 7 years
Ship: Maria Somes
Departure date: 3rd May, 1850
Arrival date*: 3rd January, 1851
Place of arrival Van Diemen's Land



I'll check his record in the Tasmania archives out.
 
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A piece contributed by a descendant:

Solomon PARSLOW can be found in the 1841 England Census record with wife Charlotte (25) and children John (8 ), Fanny (5), Jane (3) and Jesse (1). They are living in Monks Risborough, Buckinghamshire. Solomon is described as "Timber Dealer" aged 30.

Another daughter - Ann (b.1847) appears in the 1851 England Census with Charlotte.

It appears that Charlotte did not re-marry. She died in 1869, aged 58, in Buckinghamshire, England.

There are two previous criminal charges on record for Solomon, neither involving a sentence.

Charlotte and the children continued to live in the area (Lacey Green). In the 1861 England Census, Charlotte is listed as "Widow".
 

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Im not finding much on him at all :rolleyes:

Not sure if this is him or not.

The Mercury (Hobart, Tas. : 1860 - 1954)
Monday 19 June 1865

ACCIDENT.-On Saturday afternoon an accident occurred on the Sandy Bay rand, which was, providentially, attended only with trivial results. A man named Solomon Parslow was riding on his dray, and in trying to get off the shaft fell forward, the wheel passing over his body from the abdomen to the head. He was picked up and conveyed to the hospital, where it was found that he was intoxicated, but had sustained no other injury than a bruise of the mouth, which bled slightly.
 

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Not a very common name.

PARSLOW, SOLOMON
Gender: Male
Birth
Marriage/Relationship: 1865 - KINGSTON,Tasmania ( FISHER, MARY ANN ) [@]

@ indicates that the date given for a marriage is derived from the date of the first identified birth of a child to the two people and therefore may not be accurate. In such cases the place is derived in the same way and may not be accurate.

FAMILY INFORMATION
Children:
243698 PARSLOW WILLIAM FREDCK THOMAS 1865
243697 PARSLOWE MARY 1872


Don't know yet if there is more than one. Age is out a bit:

PARSLOWE, SOLOMON
Gender: Male
Birth 1795
Marriage/Relationship:
Death: 1877 - KINGSTON,Tasmania
 
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PARSLOWE, MARY
Gender: Female
Birth 1872 - HOBART,Tasmania
Marriage/Relationship:
Death: 1872 - HOBART

FAMILY INFORMATION
Parents:
135236 FISHER MARY ANN
255188 PARSLOW SOLOMON

Siblings:
243698 PARSLOW WILLIAM FREDCK THOMAS 1865


No death in the archive for William or Mary Ann.
 

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The Cornwall Chronicle (Launceston, Tas. : 1835 - 1880)
Friday 22 December 1876

On Tuesday an old man named Solomon. Parslow, residing in the Brown's River district, was brought to the General Hospital, in a semi-insensible condition, in charge of his son, a young lad. The only injuries on the man's body were two black eyes, and bruised arm and face. The lad stated that his father went out with a horse and dray on Saturday, nnd did not return home that night. A search he was found lying in an insensible con- dition at his horse's feet on Hopwood's ground. It is believed that the man had some money on him when he left home on Saturday morning, but when found his pockwts were empty. Foul play is sus- pected, but Parslow had not sufficiently recovered to give an account of the manner in which his injuries were caused.
 

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Must be 9 yo William.

Solomon died the following year it would seem although age is way out.

Need a proper check of BMD for PARSLOW and PARSLOWE - Solomon & Mary Ann.
 
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You're working well on this Dave & Gibbo and I love that news report - I want to know what relative this is of Steve's?
Why? I want to know if this might be genetic;
semi-insensible condition

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