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Joseph Thrupp

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Joseph Thrupp (1743-1821), Coachbuilder on the business that eventually became Thrupp and Maberly

1743 Born Hallow, Worcester, son of John Thrupp and Dorothy Bishop

1760 The coach-making business was established in George Street (near Portman Square), perhaps by his father[1]

1778 Married Mary Burgan (or Burgoyne) at St George's Hanover Square; 8 children.

1783 Coachmaker in Hanover Sq; indentured Joseph Wild as an apprentice[2]

1791 Birth of son Charles Joseph Thrupp

1797 Married Mary Pillow at St George's Hanover Sq[3]; 9 children including Joseph William Thrupp (1799-1873)[4].

1817 His son Joseph William Thrupp was indentured to John Timms

1821 Died, London

See Also


Sources of Information

  1. The Times, Apr 12, 1960
  2. 1783 Apprentice Papers
  3. Pallot's Marriage Indiex
  4. Fletcher Family tree: