Birth: 1777 - Wellingborough, Northamptonshire, England Christening: 23 Sep 1777 - Wellingborough, Northamptonshire, England Death: Bef 1837 - Burton Latimer, Northamptonshire, England Burial:
Events• He worked as a Baker in 1813.
Father: Richard SHIPLEY (1747-1822) Mother: Elizabeth ( -1779)
Spouses and Children
1. *Ann SMITH (1773 - 22 Jan 1868) Marriage: 8 Dec 1802 - Isham, Burton Latimer, Northamptonshire, England Status: Children: 1. William SHIPLEY (1803-1803) 2. Frances SHIPLEY (1804-1804) 3. Mary Ann SHIPLEY (1806-1818) 4. Jane SHIPLEY (1808-1876) 5. George SHIPLEY (1811-1885) 6. Frances SHIPLEY (1813-1882)
Occupation Date: 1813 Occupation Place: Baker Misc. event Type: Witness at marriage Misc. event Date: 1798 Misc. event Place: St Mary's Parish Church, Burton Latimer Misc. event Type: Banns of marriage Misc. event Date: NOV 1802 Misc. event Place: St Mary's Parish Church, Burton Latimer George Shipley, my gt gt gt gt grandfather, was born in 1777. In 1798 a George Shipley was a witness to a marriage at Burton Latimer between Benjamin Elwood, a papermaker of Isham and Elizabeth Coles of Burton Latimer. In November 1802 banns of his forthcoming marriage to Ann Smith were published at Burton Latimer by Rev S. Barwick and they married on 8th December 1802 in the church at Isham, Northants. Together they had six children, all born at Burton Latimer. Two died at birth , the other four were all baptised at the Parish Church there. In 1813 his daughter, Fanny's record of baptism gives her father's occupation as baker.Marriage Notes (Ann Smith)
By 1815 George was in prison in Northampton for debt. The London Gazette has an entry as follows:
18 May 1815 p958
"By order of the Court for the Relief of Insolvent Debtors - the Petition of George SHIPLEY, late of Burton Latimer in the County of Northampton, Baker, but now a prisoner for debt confined in His Majesty's Gaol of Northampton in the County of Northampton, will be heard."
In 1837 a petition for clemency re. his son George junior (qv) states that Anne, George Junior's mother, was a widow, therefore George senior must have died before that year. In 1868, on his widow's death certificate, his occupation was given as baker I have no further information about him at present. See notes re. Anne (Smith).
RS - He was in prison in 1815 so his death should be later than 1815, earlier than 1837.