Parkinson [16011811]

15 November 1805: Notice by Thomas Parkinson, clerk, D.D., vicar-general of Henry William bishop of Chester, of the institution of the Reverend Edward Stanley, clerk, rector of Alderley, void by the resignation of the Reverend Ralph Carr the previous incumbent. Witness: William Nicholls [signs] diocesan registrar.

15 October 1805: Thomas Parkinson, clerk, D.D., Vicar-General of the Bishop of Chester, to the Reverend Isaac Bell, curate, and Thomas Whittle, James Gleave, John Downes and Peter Jackson, churchwardens of the parish of Alderley: sequestration of the rectory and parish of Alderley, void by the resignation of the Reverend Ralph Carr, clerk, the last incumbent. Witness: William Nicholls [signs], Diocesan Registrar.

12 January 1854: A Correct List of the Poll, at the Election of a Knight of the Shire, for the Eastern Division of the County of Gloucester. Avening Polling District: Parish of Tetbury: Abode: Tetbury: James Parkinson. Cheltenham Polling District: Parish of Cheltenham: Abode: Kemerton Lodge, Tivoli, Cheltenham: Jeremiah Parkinson.

April 1872: Reuben Parkinson married Esther Clarkson; Edward Parkinson baptised, Pilling

25 March 1880: County court judgment against J. Parkinson, West Clifton Terrace, Bristol, ironmonger

25 March 1880: Bill of sale by William Parkinson, Brook Tavern, Burnley Street, Bradford Road, Manchester, beerseller, in favour of Edward Hobson; and a bill of sale by William Nicholson, 1 Linden Terrace, Crown Road, Fulham, upholsterer, in favour of William Parkinson

13 March 1913: A copy of Tom Brown’s Schooldays. By An Old Boy presented to Theophilus Parkinson, 41 Dacy Road, Anfield. by J. Tyrer

November 1923: Alder House. News of Old Girls (leaving from Alder House): ‘Connie Parkinson entered the Central High School in Whitworth Street in September.’

April 1925: Cradle Roll birthdays for April will be for Harry Bowden, Joan Margaret Nixon, Leslie Ward, Colin Lester, Alfred Sutton, Charles Cedric Broadhurst, Barbara Jessie Kemp, Roy Parry, John Blacker and Leonard Parkinson

1st April 1931: Mr F. W. Parkinson and Mr T. G. Parkinson at the annual meeting of the Nottingham People’s College Old Boys’ Society

15 April 1953: County court judgments against Mrs Betty Parkinson, 71 Scholes Lane, Horwich, cafe proprietor; and against Charles Parkinson, 16 Blackburn Street, Blackburn, painter and decorator

12 April 1971: Mr Fred Parkinson, Mr. W. Parkinson and Mr. J. Parkinson, vice-presidents of Stockport County Association Football Club

1974: Members of Seaton Carew Golf Club: Gentlemen: E. Parkinson, 40 Hutton Avenue, Hartlepool Tel.:67693

c1990: Flora & Geoff Parkinson, 19 Westways, Edenbridge, Kent TN8 6AA