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William Plenty, the younger

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1781 Born in Southampton, son of William Plenty junior and his wife Jane[1][2]

1811 Married Maria Lickfold in Marylebone, London[3]

1827 Made freeman of the City of London, member of the company of Loriners, agricultural machine maker[4]

1830 William Plenty the younger, of No. 83, West Smithfield, in the City of London, Iron-Founder and Agricultural Machine-Maker, Dealer and Chapman, had been made bankrupt[5]

1837 Out of business; parish clerk of St Sepulchre's in London[6]

1842 Buried at St Sepulchre's


1807 William Plenty married Ann Henbeat in Southampton[7]

1809 William and Ann Plenty had a daughter, Mary Ann Plenty, in Southampton[8]

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Sources of Information

  1. London, parish register of burials
  2. Hampshire Parish records
  3. Parish register
  4. Freedom of the City Admission Papers
  5. The London Gazette 6 July 1830
  6. The London Gazette 26 May 1837
  7. England Marriages
  8. BMD