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Joseph Appelman

(Adam - Henry)

Joseph APPELMAN was born 16 Feb 1795 in Marylebone London, and baptised 21 Mar 1795 at St. Mary Marylebone.

Joseph was a pianoforte maker like his father, although he was only 8 years old when his father died. He may have worked for John Broadwood & Sons, and was certainly living within a stroll of the company's Great Pulteney Street site during the first half of the 1800's.

In 1851, according to the census return, he was living at 4 Cross Street, very close to his son Joseph John, and just a short distance from his late father's home in Carnaby Street. Location of the homes of Adam, Joseph, and Joseph John Appelman

Marriage & Child

He married Mary Ann Ricketts ASHTON 18 Dec 1825 at St. James' Piccadilly London; both of the parish, by banns, witnessed by Thomas Haynes1) and Laura Barnicot.

Marriage of Joseph Appelman and Mary Ann Rickets Ashton, 1825

Child of Joseph Appelman and Mary Ann:

  1. Joseph John APPELMAN, born 29 Jan 1828 - Marylebone, London.

Historical Notes:

St. Mary, Marylebone “The poet Lord Byron (George Gordon Byron 1788-1824) was baptised there in 1788. Admiral Lord Nelson (1758-1805) worshipped there and his daughter Horatia was baptised in that church.” Quote taken from St. Marylebone Parish Church - Church history

Joseph's brother-in-law
appelman_joseph_1795.txt · Last modified: 2018/09/03 15:04 by tielmess