Harriet Playl1

#11812, (10 April 1842-)
FatherJerimiah Playl1 (c 1803-10 Oct 1867)
MotherEliza Darby1 (c 1804-10 Jun 1871)
ChartsAylott Family - descendants
Brett Family - descendants
Darby Family - descendants
Descendents of Richard Darby
Last Edited27 Aug 2012
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Harriet Playl was born on 10 April 1842 at Chipping Ongar, Essex.1,2 She was the daughter of Jerimiah Playl and Eliza Darby.1 Harriet Playl was baptized at Independent Chapel on Friday, 7 October 1842 at Chipping Ongar, Essex.3

She was recorded as living with her parents and older sibllings Eliza and William in the 1851 census at High Street, Chipping Ongar, Essex.4 Harriet Playl was a witness at the wedding of William Henry Andrews and Amelia Playl at Independent Chapel on Tuesday, 7 November 1865 at Chipping Ongar, Essex.3 As of April 1871, Harriet Playl was also known as Harriette.5 She was a milliner in April 1871.5

She was recorded as living with her mother and two of her recently deceased sister's two young children in the 1871 census at Chipping Ongar, Essex. She was recorded as being 27 years old.5 Harriet lived in October 1873 at Wolfe Island, Ontario.3

Harriet Playl married William McMullen, son of Mary Blain, on Tuesday, 28 October 1873 at Kingston, Frontenac, Ontario.3

Timeline

DateEventPlace
Family
1842BirthChipping Ongar, Essex1,2
1
1842BaptismIndependent Chapel, Chipping Ongar, Essex3
1871Occupation5
1873ResidenceWolfe Island, Ontario3
1873MarriageKingston, Frontenac, Ontario3

Family

William McMullen (c 1826-)

Citations

  1. [S392] National Census for England, 1851 (online image) Registration district: Ongar, Sub-registration district: Bobbingworth (peice 1771, folio 273 p.19).
  2. [S549] E-mails from Eve Mintern to Tim Hill, 2012- 15 Aug 2012 (for day and month).
  3. [S549] E-mails from Eve Mintern to Tim Hill, 2012- 15 Aug 2012.
  4. [S392] National Census for England, 1851 (online image) Registration district: Ongar, Sub-registration district: Bobbingworth (peice 1771, folio 273 p.16).
  5. [S412] National Census for England, 1871 (online image) Registration district: Ongar, Sub-registration district: Chipping Ongar (peice 1643, folio 51, p.28).