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Re: Ancestry of Banister Tarleton, British Soldier in Revolution
Posted by: Edward Coates Sinker Date: November 14, 1999 at 13:40:08
In Reply to: Re: Ancestry of Banister Tarleton, British Soldier in Revolution by Robert S. Ryan of 463

I can add a little bit more about the Liverpool Tarletons.

John Tarleton 1719-1773 was a merchant of Liverpool and mayor of that city in 1764. His wife Jane, died 1797, was the eldest daughter of Banastre Parker of Cuerden, Lancashire.

They had four son, John, Clayton, Thomas and Banastre. Banastre, the third son, was born in the family home in Water Street, Liverpool on 21 August 1754.

There was a Tarleton family living at Penley Hall, Penley, Flintshire in the early 1800's. Thomas Tarleton, Gent. and his wife Frances had a son, Henry Banastre Tarleton who was baptized at Penley on 22 July 1816. There were some other children but I don't have that information to hand. I believe this Thomas Tarleton was Banastre's brother.

I hope that someone else can add a bit more to this information. - Ed

Bosbury, Herefordshire, UK


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