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Richard Parrinder
Elizabeth Daubney
Edmund Marsters
1794-1867
Harriet Le Nain
circa 1797-1868
William Parrinder
circa 1809-1859
Sarah Carter Marsters
1824-1859
William Marsters Parrinder
grocer
born circa 1858, Walpole St. Peter 1
Notes:
He eventually moved south to Hove, Sussex where in 1881 he was living
at 65 Shirley Street, a lodger in the house of Ely and Anna Tester. The
census describes him as an assistant to a grocer.

His marriage certificate (1885) stated that he was by this time a porter,
presumably on the railways. He ended up with a profitable grocery
business of his own.

When he died in 1941 his effects were valued at 1987 and he owned five
freehold properties all in Gardner Street, Portslade, Brighton.

(information: Steve Parrinder)

married 7 June 1885 at Beckenham, Kent 2

Ann Mitchell


Harriet Annie
b.1886
children

Herbert Marsters
b.1889

Ada Mary
1894 -
1976

Frederick Aurthu
1897 -
1958
children

children of William Marsters and Ann Parrinder

Harriet Annie Parrinder born 1886
born 1886, Portslade, Sussex
 married 1915 Croydon, Kent

John Stone 3

Herbert Marsters Parrinder born 1889
born 1889, Portslade, Sussex 4

Notes: He was mentioned in his great aunt Anne Marsters will dated 1889.

Ada Mary Parrinder 1894-1976
born 12 October 1894, Sussex 5
died 1976 6

Frederick Aurthu Parrinder 1897-1958
born 1897, Portslade, Sussex
died 1958, Sussex
 married 1922 Sussex

Beatrice F. Allfrey 7 born 1900

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