Parker George Synnot[1]

Male 1824 - 1901  (76 years)


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  • Name Parker George Synnot 
    Born 15 Jun 1824  Ballymoyer, County Armagh, Ireland Find all individuals with events at this location  [2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12
    Gender Male 
    Will 27 Mar 1900  [13
    Died 28 Mar 1901  Ballymoyer, County Armagh, Ireland Find all individuals with events at this location  [2, 3, 5, 6, 14, 15, 16
    Address:
    Lurgana House 
    Funeral 3 Apr 1901  Ballymoyer, County Armagh, Ireland Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Probate 1 May 1901  Armagh, Ireland Find all individuals with events at this location  [13, 14, 16, 17
    _UID 9F2B565513EE491F9920BD0849C33548E5E6 
    Buried Ballymoyer, County Armagh, Ireland Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Person ID I9034  Treefive
    Last Modified 1 Sep 2017 

    Father Marcus Synnot, Esq.,   b. 21 Jun 1771, Ballymoyer, County Armagh, Ireland Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 3 Feb 1855, Newtownhamilton, County Armagh, Ireland Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 83 years) 
    Mother Jane Gillson,   b. 20 Apr 1794, Lincolnshire, England Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 8 May 1866, South Dublin, Dublin, Ireland Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 72 years) 
    Married 29 Jun 1813  Edenham, Lincolnshire, England Find all individuals with events at this location  [6, 10, 12, 18, 19, 20, 21, 22, 23
    Family ID F2677  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

    Family 1 [Unknown] [Unknown],   d. Yes, date unknown 
    Children 
     1. Rose Synnot,   b. 1856–1857, Ballymoyer, County Armagh, Ireland Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 4 Jan 1933, Hamilton, New Zealand Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 76 years)
    Last Modified 3 Mar 2018 
    Family ID F3077  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

    Family 2 Sarah Kelly,   b. 1835, Armagh, Ireland Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 27 Jul 1859, Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 24 years) 
    Children 
     1. Charles Synnot,   b. Dec 1857–JAN 1858, Ballymoyer, County Armagh, Ireland Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 10 Jul 1940, Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age ~ 82 years)
    Last Modified 3 Mar 2018 
    Family ID F2993  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

    Family 3 Georgiana Thorpe Verrall,   b. 1831, Lewes, Sussex, England Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 16 Feb 1912, Wells, Somerset, England Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 81 years) 
    Married 9 Oct 1856  Lewes, Sussex, England Find all individuals with events at this location  [3, 4, 5, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 17, 24, 25, 26, 27, 28
    Address:
    St John's Church, Southover 
    Children 
     1. Marcus Synnot,   b. 22 Jan 1858, Newry, Armagh, Ireland Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. Sep 1907, Poole, Dorset, England Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 49 years)
     2. William George Synnot,   b. 26 Jun 1859, Lewes, Sussex, England Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 31 Aug 1920, Ipswich, Suffolk, England Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 61 years)
     3. Georgiana Constance Synnot,   b. 27 Oct 1860, Lurganah, County Armagh, Ireland Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. Mar 1870, Lewes, Sussex, England Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 9 years)
     4. Jane Seton Synnot,   b. 24 Aug 1862, Ballymoyer, County Armagh, Ireland Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 1947, Windsor, Berkshire,England Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 84 years)
    Last Modified 3 Mar 2018 
    Family ID F2989  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

  • Notes 


    • P. Hore Synnott Pedigree (1913), page 15:
      'Parker George = Georgina Thorpe, eldest dau of Wm. Verrall Esqr, The Manor House, Lewes, Sussex
      b. 1824, md. 9 Oct 1856.'

      Parker was born and baptised at Ballymoyer, according to family sources. In 1820, his uncle Captain William Synnot led a settler party to South Africa. Another of the settler parties was led by William Parker - this is possibly where Parker George Synnot got his name, although this William Parker was a "virulent anti-papist", and he caused considerable problems for the Colonial authorities, so he is an unlikely role model. Details of the Parker party to South Africa are given at: http://1820settlers.com/genealogy/settlershowparty.php?party=parker

      It is more likely that he was named after his mother's grandmother Susanna Parker.

      In the 1841 UK census, Mary (25), Maria (20) and Parker (15) Synnot were at Clapham, Surrey with their second cousins Susanna, Maria, Anne and Charlotte Synnot. The ages were probably rounded to the nearest 5 years as was commonly done in the 1841 census. Parker's occupation was given as "navy".

      In 1853 he was appointed to the Commission of the Peace for the County of Armagh (Newry Telegraph, 16 Mar 1853. The newspaper referred to 'Mr Synnot's character'.

      Parker is said to have had a child, Rose, born in 1856/1857 whose mother is unknown. Then Parker and Sarah Kelly had a child Charles, born in 1858 - no marriage has been found. More details on Rose and Charles are in their own narratives.

      The marriage of Parker Synnot and Georgiana Thorpe Verrall

      The Freeman's Journal and Daily Commercial Advertiser
      (Dublin, Ireland) of 15 Oct 1856 announced Parker's marriage:

      'George P. Synnot, esq., of Ballymoyer, county Armagh, to Georgiana, eldest daughter of William Verrall Esq. of the Manor House, Southover.

      On Tuesday 14 Oct 1856, The Sussex Advertiser, Surrey Gazette and West Kent Courier (Lewes, England) carried a detailed report on page 4 of the
      Marriage of Miss Verrall, of Southover:

      'On Thursday morning the parish of Southover presented a scene of gaiety and animation in strong contrast to the calm quietude which usually reigns in the model parish. There was, however, an all sufficient reason for the unwonted excitement, for it was the day appointed for the nuptials of Miss Georgiana Thorpe Verrall, eldest daughter of W. Verrall, Esq., the respected Lord of the Manor of Southover, to George Parker Synnott, Esq., J.P., of Ballymoyor, county of Armagh, Ireland.
      The first external indication that an event of a more than usually important character was about to occur, was given by the Lewes Sax-horn Band, who mustered in front of the Manor Houses at the early hour of five a.m., and cheered the dawn by playing “Haste to the wedding,” and other inspiriting and appropriate airs. He morning began most propitiously, and the weather throughout the day was finer than on any other day during the week.
      Nor was the interest of the approaching ceremony confined to Southover. Some time before the hour had arrived for the contracting parties to proceed to church, large numbers of persons - (ladies forming the great majority) - from all parts of the town and neighbourhood had assembled in the main street leading from the residence of the fair bride, to the sacred edifice, at the entrance, to which a canopy had been constructed, extending across the causeway to the street, so that the party after leaving the carriages might be under cover at once. At the period of the arrival of the bridal party the church was crowded in every part excepting just within the precincts of the altar. The bride was attired in a dress of white glace silk, with Vandyke flounces, trimmed with a very handsome fringe, a veil of rich Honiton lace, and a most beautiful nuptial wreath. Four bridesmaids were in attendance, Miss G. H. Verrall, Miss L. Catt, Miss Smith, and Miss Parker, all of whom were uniformly attired in dresses of rich embroidered muslins, with veils of white Brussels net. The marriage service was read by the Rev. J. Scobell, rector of the parish, and the bride was given away by her father.
      The ceremony which united the happy pair having concluded, the bells from the church tower rang out their joyous peals, which were continued at intervals throughout the day. On leaving the church, flowers were strewn in the path of the newly married couple, who, with their friends, returned to the residence of the bride’s father, where an elegant and sumptuous dejeûner awaited their arrival. The party who partook thereof included the bride and bridegroom, Mr. and Mrs. Verrall, Mr. Wm. Verrall, Mr. Frank Verrall, Miss Charlotte Verrall, the Rev. J. Scobell, Mr. and Mrs. Lowdell, Mr. and Mrs. Catt, Mr. and Mrs. J. Scott, Mr. G and Miss Rigden, Mrs. Grantham, Mr. George Grantham, Mr. Wm. Grantham, Mr. and Mrs. John Verrall, Miss Laura Verrall, Mr. and Mrs. Marcus Synnott, Mr. and Mrs. Seaton Synnott, Mr. and Mrs. Maunsell, Mr. Forbes Synnott, Dr. and Mrs. Hurlock, Mr. and Mrs. George Molyneux, Mr. and Mrs. John Blaker, Mr. and Miss Kell, Mr. and Mrs. Tilden Smith, Mr. Wm. Catt, Mr. A. Catt, Mr. W. G. Cunningham, Mr. Wm. P. Scott, Miss Parker, Miss Mary Smith, Miss Louisa Catt, Miss Cunningham, Mr. John Allfree, &c., &c.
      After the repast, the Rev. J. Scobell proposed “health and happiness to the bride and bridegroom in an appropriate speech, and the latter responded in a series of well-timed and manly remarks. Mr. Maunsell proposed the health of the bridesmaids, pleasantly hinting the gratification with which their health would be drunk as brides, and expressing a hope that that time not far distant. Dr. Hurlock proposed the health parents of the bride, and Mr. Verrall responded in terms suited to the occasion. Several other toasts were given, ere the happy pair departed in a chaise and pair for Tunbridge Wells en route for Paris via Dover, accompanied by the most ardent wishes for their happiness and welfare from all classes, particularly from the poor to whom, with her family, the bride has been a sincere and kind benefactor.
      In the evening, Mr. Verrall entertained a party of friends to dinner at the Manor House the Sax-horn Band playing in front of the mansion during and subsequent to the repast.'

      Parker and Georgina's first child, Marcus, was born in 1858. The next was William George in 1859, then Georgiana in 1860 and Jane in 1862.

      Parker was listed as a magistrate of County Armagh in the County Directory and the 'Index to the Magistracy' in Thom's Directory from 1853. He continued to be a listed as a magistrate in Thom's Irish Almanac, recorded on the findmypast website, until 1900, the year before he died:
      1855 County Directory
      1856 County and Borough Directory List of Magistrates
      1857 County and Borough Directory List of Magistrates
      1858 County and Borough Directory List of Magistrates
      1859 County and Borough Directory List of Magistrates
      1860 List of Magistrates
      1862 County and Borough Directory
      1863 County and Borough directory
      1864 County and Borough Directory; also Index to Magistrates
      1865 County Directory
      1866 County Directory
      1868 County Directory; also Index to Magistrates
      1869 County Directory; also Index to Magistrates
      1870 County Directory; also Index to Magistrates
      1871 County Directory; also Index to Magistrates
      1872 County Directory; also Index to Magistrates
      1873 Index to Magistrates
      1874 County Directory; also Index to Magistrates
      1875 County Directory; also Index to Magistrates
      1876 County Directory; also Index to Magistrates
      1877 County Directory; also Index to Magistrates
      1878 County Directory; also Index to Magistrates
      1879 County Directory
      1880 Index to Magistrates
      1881 County Directory; also Index to Magistrates
      1882 County Directory
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      1884 Index to Magistrates
      1885 County Directory; also Index to Magistrates
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      1888 County Directory; also Index to Magistrates
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      1890 County Directory; also Index to Magistrates
      1891 County Directory; also Index to Magistrates
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      1893 County Directory; also Index to Magistrates
      1894 County Directory
      1895 County Directory, also Index to Magistrates
      1896 County Directory
      1897 County Directory
      1898 County Directory, also Index to Magistrates
      1899 County Directory
      1900 County Directory

      The spelling of Parker's townland in Thom's Almanac is 'Lurgana' until 1880, it then changes to 'Lurganah'.

      On 2 Mar 1877 at the Crown Court at Armagh, Parker was empanelled on a grand jury by Marcus Synnot, the High Sheriff - either his brother or his father.

      The Star and National Trades' Journal (Leeds, England) of 20 Mar 1852 noted appointments to the Magistracy in Ireland, including Parker George Synnot as a magistrate of County Armagh.

      Parker was sworn in as a member of a Grand Jury at Armagh on 6 Mar 1857.

      On 16 Apr 1857 Parker, together with the Misses Snnot and many other electors, were present at a Poll Declaration in the County Court House, Armagh. Sir William Verner, Bart., and Maxwell Charles Close Esq., were declared to be members returned to serve in Parliament for the County of Armagh.

      On 30 May 1857, he chaired a meeting at the courthouse of leading inhabitants of Newtownhamilton and the district. The purpose was to present a testimonial to Sub-Inspector Armstrong of the constabulary, in the form of an address and a purse of sovereigns.

      On 27 Dec 1858, the Ballybot Quarter Sessions began, as reported from Newry on the same day. Parker G. Synnot was one of the bench of magistrates.

      On 17 Mar 1859 Parker George Synot was sworn on a grand jury at the County Armagh Assizes.

      On 19 May 1859  Parker was at the annual festival of the Southover Friendly Society at Lewes, Sussex. Parker and his father-in-law W. Verrall Esq., Lord of the Manor of Southover, were two of the supporters of the chairman, F. Verrall, at the meeting of the society, held in the morning.

      The Griffith's Valuation of County Armagh was completed on 1 Jun 1865 (wikipedia.org). It records 'Parker George Sinnott' as occupier of 36 acres of land in Drumcrow, a townland in the Parish of Loughgilly, County Armagh. The land was leased from Francis Cope. In the townland of Lurgana, Parker was the lessor of 6 houses of land. He also leased, from his brother Marcus, 36 acres in Ballintate, and in Lurgana a house, office flax mill & stores, as well as a corn mill and kiln, all on 122 acres of land.

      The Valuation Revision Books for Loughgilly indicate that Parker George continued to lease land in Drumcrow. In the period from 1865, 36 acres, 1 rood and 20 perches of land was leased from reps. of Francis Cope. in 1893, Parker sub-leased 1 rood to William J. Patterson. In 1903 (probably after Parker's death in 1903), Robert Watson replaced Parker as lessor and lessee, and in 1904 Watson replaced Patterson as lessee, taking full control of the land that had been leased to Parker George Synnot for many years.

      The Belfast News-Letter of Wednesday, July 17, 1872 carried this news item:

      'Newtownhamilton
      At ten o’clock several lodges of this district met in Newtownhamilton, from which they proceeded to Armagh Brague Church, headed by their D.G. Master, P. G. Synnot, Esq. After meeting with the Keady district, they passed through this town again, bearing thirty-six stand of colours, which looked very beautiful, as they were all nearly new, to the residence of P. G. Synnot, Esq., where a large field was kindly given to them, and a beautiful platform erected. After partaking of some refreshments, they were addressed by several eloquent gentlemen, among who were - P. G. Synnot Esq; Seaton Synnot, Esq; Rev. J. Kirkpatrick. Presbyterian minister; N. T. Hamilton, Esq.; and the Rev. Mr. Finlay, who all advised them to have no animosity against their Roman Catholic brethren, but to go quietly and peaceably home, as that was the duty of every Orangeman. After giving three cheers for the Queen and P. G. Synnot, Esq., they returned to this town again. After partaking of some cooling drink, they all went to their lodge-rooms to spend the remainder of the evening.'
      This must surely have been a highlight for Parker's career as a Lodge Grandmaster, sharing three cheers with the Queen.

      On Sunday 12 Aug 1877, Parker was one of four leaders of an Apprentice Boys procession at Derry, on the anniversary of the relief of Derry on 30 Jul 1689. His participation may have been in recognition of his ancestor Timothy (or Tobias) Synnot, one of the defenders of Derry against James II.

      Slater's Royal National Commercial Dictionary of Ireland (1881) listed Parker Geo. Synnot, Esq. J.P. as a farmer in the parish of Ballymyre, Union of Newry.

      Parker was the chairman at a meeting of the County Armagh Grand Orange Lodge at Armagh on 24 May 1886, held to receive lists of names of people in County Armagh able and willing to bear arms against Home Rule in case of an emergency. It was decided that ‘drilling should be commenced in the various localities but that the limits of law should not be overstepped’.

      The half-yearly meeting of the Armagh County Grand Orange Lodge was held in Armagh Protestant Hall on 1 Nov 1890, Parker G. Synnot, J.P. presiding. Parker was re-elected County Grand Master, and he suitably acknowledged the compliment. In turn, he nominated Br. Jas. H. Stronge as D.G.M., which was adopted unanimously.

      Slater's Royal National Directory of Ireland (1894) noted 'Parker G. Sinnett, J.P.' as a private resident at Lurgana House, Belleet Village, Loughgilly in County Armagh. The village population in 1891 was 85.

      Parker's address is normally given as Lurganah, County Armagh but in the 1897 and 1900 entries it is Lurganah, Whitecross, County Armagh.

      Slater's Royal National Commercial Directory of Ireland records 'Synot Parker, Esq. J.P. Lurgina under the heading 'Gentry & Clergy'.

      Parker was living at Lurganna, County Armagh in 1887. The Belfast News-Letter reported, on Sat 15 Oct 1887, an alleged malicious burning of mills near NewtownHamilton:
      'Newry, Friday - This morning intelligence reached this town of the burning of two mills at Lurganna, on the property of Mr Parker Synnot, J. P., and the other owned by Mr John Kilpatrick of Newry. It appears that on Thursday night the two mills, which are under the same roof, were noticed to be on fire. The alarm was at once raised, but all attempts to subdue the flames were unavailing and both mills were destroyed. Claims for compensation will be made.'
      Parker's occupation was recorded as millwright on the 1899 marriage entry of his illegitimate son Charles Synnot, and also on Charles' death entry in 1940.

      The Belfast News-Letter Thurs 10 Sep 1891 page 6:
      'The paper reported, on 10 Sep 1891, the marriage by special licence, at 2:30pm on Wed 9 Sep, of Mr Vandeleur Blacker-Douglas and Miss Alice MacGeough. Among the long list of people who were present or received invitations were:
      Captain, Mrs and Miss Montgomery, Benbarden;
      Mr and the Misses Synnot, Ballymoyre; and
      Mr Parker Synnot, Mrs Synnot and Miss Synnot.'

      The "Miss Synnot" would have been Georgiana, as her sister Jane had married in 1887.

      In his will of 4 Dec 1875, William Forbes Synnot left £900 to his brother Parker George Synnott of Lurgana, Ballymoyer, Newton Hamilton, County Armagh, Ireland. William died at Parramatta, New South Wales in 1876. Probate was granted in Sydney, NSW on 2 Oct 1876 by the Supreme Court of NSW, Ecclesiastical Jurisdiction. The probate was re-sealed in Dublin on 4 Mar 1898.

      Parker's will was signed on 27 Mar 1900, the witnesses were Mary Leahy and Hunter Moore (solicitor). The executors were to be his wife Georgiana, his son William George Synnot (a solicitor) and John King, a farmer of Lurgannah.

      Parker died on 29 Mar 1901, and the executors applied for probate on 15 Apr 1901. Probate was granted in Armagh on 1 May 1901 and sealed in London on 15 May. The estate value was £4894 2s 7d - £2157 7s 2d in Ireland and £2736 15s in England.

      The will read:
      'I Parker George Synnot of Lurgannah being weak in body but of sound mind memory and understanding do make this my last Will and Testament. I give devise and bequeath to my dear wife Georgiana Thorpe Synnot all my lands, houses, stock crop farming implements and all my household furniture plate linen and everything inside and outside that I may die seized or possessed of. I likewise devise and bequeath to my said wife all money securities for money chattels and effects whether real or personal and of whatsoever nature or kind To hold for her own sole and absolute use and benefit and to dispose and deal with as she shall think best and right. I appoint my said wife, my residuary legatee and I appoint her as one of my executors together with my son William George Synnot Solr and John King of Lurgannah. In witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand this Twenty seventh day of March one thousand nine hundred.
      Signed by me said Parker George Synnot as and for his last Will and Testament in presence of us who at his request and in the presence of each other have hereunto signed our names as witnesses.
      [signed by:
      Parker George Synnot
      Mary Leahy
      Hunter Moore solr.]'

      Parker was buried at Ballymoyer, his headstone is a Celtic cross.

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    21. [S4519] MAR Marriage Synnot, Marcus and Gillson, Jane, marriage of Jane Gillson and Marcus Synnot; 2 July 1813.

    22. [S4519] MAR Marriage Synnot, Marcus and Gillson, Jane, marriage of Marcus Synnot and Jane Gillson; 2 July 1813.

    23. [S5495] MAR592 Marriage Synnot, Marcus and Gillson, Jane, MAR592., Marriage notice; 2 July 1813; Page 2.

    24. [S4536] MAR Marriage Synnot, George P. and Verral, Georgiana, marriage of George P. Synnot and Georgina Verral; 15 October 1856.

    25. [S5186] ancestry.com Belfast, Northern Ireland, The Belfast Newsletter (Birth, Marriage and Death Notices), 1738-1925, pub 14 Oct 1856: Southover, Lewes, 9 Oct 1856, George Parker Synnott and Georgiana Thorpe Verrall.

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