Thomas E Richard Palliser: Birth: 19 NOV 1867. Death: 14 FEB 1869
Henry Palliser: Birth: 2 MAY 1869. Death: 12 FEB 1870
Title: Census 1881 Falsgrave
GRO Birth Index
Correspondent Tina Watkins
Author: General Register Office
Title: History of Cambria County online
GRO Marriage index
Author: General Register Office Index
Note: Presume the John Palliser on West Pennsylvania census between 1870-1879. As only one Palliser on census, then he unmarried. As son born Pennsylvania, presume he married in USA. (FTM CD285) (TJS)
Census Place:Falsgrave, York, England
Source:FHL Film 1342160 PRO Ref RG11 Piece 4806 Folio 7 Page 8
John PALLISERM42 MEast Ayton, York, England
Mary PALLISERM38 FGanton, York, England
Albert PALLISER 9 MPennsylvania (B S), America
Ernest PALLISER 7 MRillington, York, England
Harold PALLISER 5 MFalsgrave, York, England
Lawrance PALLISER 4 MFalsgrave, York, England
Thornton PALLISER 2 MFalsgrave, York, England
Lily PALLISER 1 FFalsgrave, York, England
Sidney PALLISER 2 mMFalsgrave, York, England
Margaret TAFFELS 15 FCloughton, York, England
p417 HISTORY OF CAMBRIA COUNTY
JOHN PALLISER, SR., owner of one of the best cultivated farms in Upper Yoder township, is descended from a family of France. (See sketch of Christopher Palliser, elsewhere in this work.)
John Palliser, Sr., was born in Yorkshire, England, August 7, 1838. He was the son of John and Hannah (Buckel) Palliser, and when a boy was taught the stonemason trade by his father. He followed this occupation in England until he emigrated to the United States in 1867. He settled in Johnstown, Cambria county, Pennsylvania, where his first eight days were spent as a journeyman. He then engaged in the contracting business, in which he was interested until 1873, when he returned to his native land and remained there until 1881. He came to America a second time and purchased the farm on which he is at present (1906) residing, which was known as the old Abraham Stutsman place, and which he has made a model of neatness and cultivation. He devotes the most of his time to the production of fruits and farm products, for which he finds a ready market in Johnstown. His system of management is a very methodical one and is attended with most gratifying results.
Mr. Palliser married, October 17, 1866, Mary Thornton, born in Ganton, England, November 14, 1843, daughter of Richard and Mercy (Stephenson) Thornton, and they have had children: 1. Thomas E. Richard, born November 19, 1867, died February 14, 1869. 2. Henry born May 2, 1869, died February 12, 1870. 3. Albert S., born in Johnstown, June 21, 1871. 4. Ernest, born in Killington, England,
418 HISTORY OF CAMBRIA COUNTY.
September 11, 1873. 5. Harold, born in Palsgrave, England, June 28, 1875; married Delia Rippel, and has children: Walter H. and Delia Mildred. 6. Lawrence, born in Palsgrave, England, March 17, 1878, married Jessie Martha Peters, and has children; Helen and Sidney. 7. Thornton, born January 2, 1879. 8. Lilly, born in Palsgrave, England, March 24, 1880. 9. Sidney, born in Palsgrave, England, February 4, 1881, died the same year. 10. Charles, born on the homestead in Upper Yoder township, October 8, 1886. Mr. Palliser gives his support to the Republican party, and he and his family are members of the Progressive Brethren church.
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