Joseph Inman and Frances Foster (50%)

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Joseph and Frances are speculative, so no parents listed

Joseph Inman (b abt 1780 Yorkshire, m Frances Foster1806 Wakefield Yorkshire, d 1853 Wakefield)
Frances Foster (b abt 1782 Yorkshire, d 1845 Wakefield)
     David Inman  (b Wakefield 1807)               << Only if parents are Joseph and Frances
     Mary Inman  (b Alverthorpe Yorkshire 1808, m Joshua Turner 1831 Kirkheaton Yorkshire)
        Joshua Turner (b Huddersfield, Yorkshire 1839, m Elizabeth Stephenson 1862 Newcastle-on-Tyne, d aft 1898 Melbourne) 
            Mary Louisa Turner (b abt 1868 Newcastle-on-Tyne, m John  Thompson 1887 Newcastle-on-Tyne, d 1901 N Fitzroy Vic)
                  Norman Thompson (b 1888 Newcastle-on-Tyne,  m Winifred Emma Farr 1918 Northcote Vic, d 1932 Thornbury Vic) 

Accumulated evidence for Joseph and Frances

Research Notes

Genes Reunited checked for Joseph and Frances
Check if we can find the Huddersfield Streets.for Turners and Inman's
Ancestry provides deaths for Joseph and Frances in Wakefield which are probably them. Though Joseph should be in the 1851 Census, so far no joy
Interesting LDS entries
Christening Joseph Inman, 24 Feb 1788 Kirkheaton, father Joshua
Christening Joshua Inman,: 05 OCT 1800 Kirkheaton, father Joshua
Marriage: Joshua Inman, 22 Jun 1777 All Saints Wakefield, to Mary White
Marriage: Joshua Inman,11 Jul 1782 Kirkheaton, to Hannah Jessop (Christened 27 Dec 1757, Mirfield (1 mile from Kirkheaton), Yorkshire - died Mirfield)

This page needs some work

1851 Census

Bond End, Knaresborough
Frances Inman, on her own, aged 67, profession "Pauper and Mangler", born Knaresborough, also looks very like our Frances, but the above death fist well.
Knaresbouough is thirty miles north of Wakefield

Acknowledgements

Thanks to Terry Inman for his help. I would like to re-establish contact if anyone knows his address

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