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Mary Tetley

b. 1753
Mary Tetley|b. 1753|p9.htm#i47|John Tetley|b. 27 Dec 1714\nd. b 1776|p8.htm#i4||||William Tetley|b. c 1690|p9.htm#i17||||||||||

Father John Tetley b. 27 Dec 1714, d. b 1776

Birth*1753Mary Tetley was born in 1753. 
Christening13 May 1753She was christened on 13 May 1753 at St Martin In The Fields, Westminster, London. 

Mary Tetley

b. 1830
Mary Tetley|b. 1830|p9.htm#i80|George Tetley|b. 1810|p7.htm#i78|Margaret (?)|b. 1810|p1.htm#i79|||||||||||||

Father George Tetley b. 1810
Mother Margaret (?) b. 1810

Birth*1830Mary Tetley was born in 1830 at Middlesex. 

Mary Tetley

b. 19 October 1777
Mary Tetley|b. 19 Oct 1777|p9.htm#i159|Joseph Tetley|b. c 1750\nd. Jul 1802|p8.htm#i25|Mary Plato|d. b 1802|p6.htm#i26|||||||||||||

Father Joseph Tetley b. c 1750, d. Jul 1802
Mother Mary Plato d. b 1802

Birth*19 October 1777Mary Tetley was born on 19 October 1777. 
Christening23 November 1777She was christened on 23 November 1777 at St Mary, St Marylebone Road, London. 

Mary Tetley

b. 1805, d. 18 December 1875
Mary Tetley|b. 1805\nd. 18 Dec 1875|p9.htm#i179|Joseph Swabey Tetley|b. c 1779\nd. 29 Nov 1828|p8.htm#i67|Mary Colmer|b. 1777\nd. 14 Aug 1862|p2.htm#i173|James S. Tetley|b. 1758|p8.htm#i12|Mary Anderson||p1.htm#i11|||||||

Father Joseph Swabey Tetley b. c 1779, d. 29 Nov 1828
Mother Mary Colmer b. 1777, d. 14 Aug 1862

Birth*1805Mary Tetley was born in 1805 at Fowey, Cornwall. 
Census*1841She appeared on the census of 1841 at Infirmary, Royal Hospital, Greenwich, Kent; Mary Tetley, 60 Matron. Not bon n county
Mary Tetley, 30. Not born in county
Ellen Tetley, 25. Not born in county
Jno J Tetley, 20, Clerk. Not born in county
Marie C Syme, 25. Not born in county
George J Syme, 5 months. Boy in county
Jn Tetley Syme, 2. Born in county
Margaret Neilson, 25. Not born in county
Mary Tetley Neilson, 4. Not born in county
William Tetley Neilson, 3. Not born in county
Katherine Neilson, 8 months. Not born in county. 
Census1851She appeared on the census of 1851 at 3 Maize Hill, Greenwich, Kent, Kent; Mary Tetley, head, widow, 73, matron, Greenwich Hospital. Born Fowey, Cornwall
Mary Tetley, daughter, unm, 45, daughter of Post Captain RN. Born Fowey, Cornwall
Eleanor Tetley, daughter unm, 39, daughter. Daughter of Post Captain RN. Born Fowey, Cornwall
Francis C Barnes, ward orphan, 8. scholar, at home. Born London, Middlesex. 
Census1861She appeared on the census of 1861 at 3 Hospital House, Maize Hill, Greenwich, Kent; Mary Tetley, head, widow, 83. Matron of Greenwich Hospital. Widow of Captain R.N. Born Fowey, Cornwall
Mary Tetley, daughter, unm, 55. Born Fowey, Cornwall
Ellen A.A., daughter, unm, 49. Born Fowey, Cornwall
Mary C Syme, daughter, widow. 47. Widow of Surgeon. R.N. Born Fowey, Cornwall
John A Syme, grandson, unm, 17. Scholar. Born Greenwich. 
Census1871She appeared on the census of 1871 at Bessborough Street, Westminster, London; Marie Colmer Syme, head, widow, 58, income from private property. Born Fowey, Cornwall
Mary Tetley, sister, unm, 66. Income from private property. Born Fowey, Cornwall
Elinor Ann Tetley, sister, unm, 60. Income from private property. Born Fowey, Cornwall
James Tetley Syme, son, unm, 32, paymaster Royal Navy, active. Born Greenwich, Kent
Plus cook and a housemaid. 
Death*18 December 1875She died on 18 December 1875 at 76 Bessborough Street, Pimlico, London. 
Probate*19 June 1876Her estate was probated on 19 June 1876 at Middlesex; Mary Tetley, spinster, formerly of 3 Maze Hill, Greenwich, but lately of 73 Bessborough Street, Pimlico, Middlesex. Died on 18 December 1875 at 76 Bessborough Street. Executor: Mary Colmer Syme of 73 Bessborough Street, widow, sister. 

Mary Ann Tetley

b. 9 December 1812, d. March 1813
Mary Ann Tetley|b. 9 Dec 1812\nd. Mar 1813|p9.htm#i51|William Tetley|b. c 1786\nd. 1845|p9.htm#i49|Mary Ann Wheeler|b. c 1782\nd. 1813|p9.htm#i50|||||||||||||

Father William Tetley b. c 1786, d. 1845
Mother Mary Ann Wheeler b. c 1782, d. 1813

Birth*9 December 1812Mary Ann Tetley was born on 9 December 1812. 
Christening20 December 1812She was christened on 20 December 1812 at St Anne And St Agnes, London. 
Burial*March 1813She was buried in March 1813 at St Alban Wood Street, London. 
Death*March 1813She died in March 1813. 

Michael Tetley

b. 28 January 1781
Michael Tetley|b. 28 Jan 1781|p9.htm#i32|John Tetley|b. 22 Jun 1740|p8.htm#i151|Judith (?)|b. c 1745\nd. Dec 1833|p1.htm#i29|John Tetley|b. b 1720\nd. bt 27 Jun 1756 - 20 Jul 1756|p8.htm#i152|Anne (?)|b. b 1723|p1.htm#i153|||||||

Father John Tetley b. 22 Jun 1740
Mother Judith (?) b. c 1745, d. Dec 1833

Birth*28 January 1781Michael Tetley was born on 28 January 1781. 
Christening11 March 1781He was christened on 11 March 1781 at Old Street, Finsbury, London. 
Marriage*1801He married Hannah Elizabeth Jacobs in 1801 at St John's Church, Hackney, London; Michael Tetley of this parish, bachelor and Hannah Jacobs of this parish, spinster married in this church by banns in the pesence of Ja's Tetley and Benj Crook.1,2 

Family

 Hannah Elizabeth Jacobs b. c 1780, d. Oct 1808
Children 1.Hannah Elizabeth Tetley b. 1802
 2.Joshua Tetley b. 1804
 3.Elizabeth Tetley b. 28 Feb 1806

Citations

  1. [S21] Marriage Index, Pallots, 1780-1837 "Marriage of Michael Tetley to Hannah Jacobs; Hackney, Middlesex."
  2. [S26] Original data: Church of England Parish Registers, 1754-1921.

Michael Tetley

b. circa 1755
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Birth*circa 1755Michael Tetley was born circa 1755. 

Peter Tetley

b. 1833
Peter Tetley|b. 1833|p9.htm#i81|George Tetley|b. 1810|p7.htm#i78|Margaret (?)|b. 1810|p1.htm#i79|||||||||||||

Father George Tetley b. 1810
Mother Margaret (?) b. 1810

Birth*1833Peter Tetley was born in 1833 at Middlesex. 

Priscilla Tetley

b. 9 August 1781
Priscilla Tetley|b. 9 Aug 1781|p9.htm#i23|James Smith Tetley|b. 1758|p8.htm#i12|Mary Anderson||p1.htm#i11|John Tetley|b. 27 Dec 1714\nd. b 1776|p8.htm#i4||||||||||

Father James Smith Tetley b. 1758
Mother Mary Anderson

Birth*9 August 1781Priscilla Tetley was born on 9 August 1781. 
Christening2 September 1781She was christened on 2 September 1781 at St Michael Bassishaw, London. 

Rebecca Tetley

b. 18 January 1775
Rebecca Tetley|b. 18 Jan 1775|p9.htm#i20|Joseph Tetley|b. c 1750\nd. Jul 1802|p8.htm#i25|Mary Plato|d. b 1802|p6.htm#i26|||||||||||||

Father Joseph Tetley b. c 1750, d. Jul 1802
Mother Mary Plato d. b 1802

Married NameHer married name was Heaton. 
Birth*18 January 1775Rebecca Tetley was born on 18 January 1775. 
Christening19 February 1775She was christened on 19 February 1775 at St Mary, St Marylebone Road, London. 
Census*1841She appeared on the census of 1841 at Cirencester Place, St Marylebone, London; Robt Heaton, 70, carpenter. Born in county
Rebecca Heaton, 65,born in county
Eliza Heaton, 25, born in county
Sarah Heaton, 25, born in county
Andrew Heaton, 30, born in county
Mary Johnson, 30, born in county. 

Family

 
Children 1.Mary Heaton b. 6 Apr 1805
 2.Elizabeth Heaton b. 28 Aug 1807
 3.Joseph Tetley Heaton b. 21 Aug 1812

Robert Tetley

b. January 1841
Robert Tetley|b. Jan 1841|p9.htm#i83|George Tetley|b. 1810|p7.htm#i78|Margaret (?)|b. 1810|p1.htm#i79|||||||||||||

Father George Tetley b. 1810
Mother Margaret (?) b. 1810

Death*Robert Tetley died; Y. 
Birth*January 1841He was born in January 1841 at Middlesex. 

Sarah Tetley

b. 12 June 1752
Sarah Tetley|b. 12 Jun 1752|p9.htm#i158|John Tetley|b. b 1720\nd. bt 27 Jun 1756 - 20 Jul 1756|p8.htm#i152|Anne (?)|b. b 1723|p1.htm#i153|||||||||||||

Father John Tetley b. b 1720, d. bt 27 Jun 1756 - 20 Jul 1756
Mother Anne (?) b. b 1723

Christening*12 June 1752Sarah Tetley was christened on 12 June 1752 at St Paul, Covent Garden, Middlesex. 

Thomas Tetley

b. 21 December 1788, d. 1860
Thomas Tetley|b. 21 Dec 1788\nd. 1860|p9.htm#i27|John Tetley|b. 22 Jun 1740|p8.htm#i151|Judith (?)|b. c 1745\nd. Dec 1833|p1.htm#i29|John Tetley|b. b 1720\nd. bt 27 Jun 1756 - 20 Jul 1756|p8.htm#i152|Anne (?)|b. b 1723|p1.htm#i153|||||||

Father John Tetley b. 22 Jun 1740
Mother Judith (?) b. c 1745, d. Dec 1833

Birth*21 December 1788Thomas Tetley was born on 21 December 1788. 
Christening25 January 1789He was christened on 25 January 1789 at Old Street, Finsbury, London. 
Census*1841He appeared on the census of 1841 at Pultney Street, Islington, Finsbury, London; Alex McCausland,29, printer. Born in county
Melinda McCausland, 27. Born in county
Mary Ann McCausland, 6. Born in county
Thomas Tetley, 50,carpenter. Born in county
Elizabeth Tetley, 50. Born in county. 
Death*1860He died in 1860 at Islington, London.1 

Citations

  1. [S23] Index to Births, Deaths and Marriages,1837 - "Death Dec 1860 quarter Thomas TetleyIslington 1b 128."

William Tetley

b. circa 1690

Birth*circa 1690William Tetley was born circa 1690. 

Family

 
Children 1.John Tetley+ b. 27 Dec 1714, d. b 1776
 2.William Tetley b. 1718

William Tetley

b. circa 1681

Birth*circa 1681William Tetley was born circa 1681. 

Family

 
Child 1.William Tetley b. 28 Dec 1707

William Tetley

b. circa 1790, d. between July 1845 and September 1845

Occupation*William Tetley was Till and Tarpaulin Manufacturer. 
Birth*circa 1790He was born circa 1790. 
Marriage*16 January 1814He married Ann Holt on 16 January 1814 at Saint Mary, Islington, London; William Tetley, widower, of this parish and Ann Holt, widow of this parish were married by banns in the presence of John Savage and Sarah Prosper.1 
Census*1840William Tetley appeared on the census of 1840 at St Leonards, Tower Hamlets, London; William Tetley, 50, blind m. Born in county
Ann Tetley, 60. Born in county. 
Address*July 1845 As of July 1845, William Tetley lived at an unknown place ; 63 Kingland Road, St Leonards, Shoreditch, London. 
Death*between July 1845 and September 1845He died between July 1845 and September 1845 at London. 

Family

 Ann Holt b. c 1777, d. 1859

Citations

  1. [S26] Original data: Church of England Parish Registers, 1754-1921.

William Tetley

b. 1718
William Tetley|b. 1718|p9.htm#i148|William Tetley|b. c 1690|p9.htm#i17||||||||||||||||

Father William Tetley b. c 1690

Note*William Tetley Dividends to be made - Dec 14 - Peter Finn, of King-street, St Jame's, surviving partner of John Tetley and Benjamin Hobson, (late of the same place, Taylors, deceased) at Guildhall - Daily Advertiser, 11 November 1776

Is John Tetley, a son or brother of William Tetley? 
Birth*1718He was born in 1718. 
Christening18 August 1718He was christened on 18 August 1718 at St Dunstan, Stepney, London. 
Event-Misc*21 August 1773Bankrupt William Tetley of King's Street, St Jame's, taylor, to surrender Aug, 21, 26, Sept 25, at Guildhall - London Evening Post, 14 August 1773. 
Event-Misc26 July 1774Type: Bankrupt From the London Gazette - Bankrupts - July 26. William Tetley, of King-street, St Jame's, Taylor, at Guildhall - Public Advertiser (London), 6 July 1774. 
Event-Misc21 August 1775Type: Dividends Dividends to be made. Aug 21. William Tetley, of King-street, St Jame's, Taylor at Guildhall - St Jame's Chronicle or the British Evening Post, (London), 18 July 1775». 
Event-Misc14 December 1776Type: Dividends Dividends to be made - Dec 14 - Peter Finn, of King-street, St Jame's, surviving partner of John Tetley and Benjamin Hobson, (late of the same place, Taylors, deceased) at Guildhall - Daily Advertiser, 11 November 1776

Is John Tetley, a son or brother of William Tetley? 
Event-Misc24 January 1777Dividends to be made - 24 Jan - William Tetley, of King Street, St Jame's, Taylor, at Guildhall on 24 January 1777. 

William Tetley

b. 28 December 1707
William Tetley|b. 28 Dec 1707|p9.htm#i149|William Tetley|b. c 1681|p9.htm#i59||||||||||||||||

Father William Tetley b. c 1681

Christening*28 December 1707William Tetley was christened on 28 December 1707 at Saint Dunstan, Stepney, London.1 

Citations

  1. [S2] Online database, IGI, "Batch No: C055772 - parents recorded as William and Sarah Tettley."

William Tetley

b. circa 1786, d. 1845

Birth*circa 1786William Tetley was born circa 1786 at Not In London. 
Marriage*14 February 1808He married Mary Ann Wheeler on 14 February 1808 at Christ Church, Newgate, London; Witnesses Anne Goddard and Jno Burnley.1 
Census1841William Tetley appeared on the census of 1841 at St Leonards, Shoreditch, London; William Tetley, 55, goldsmith. Not born in county
Mary Tetley, 50, not born in county
George Tetley, 6. Born in county. 
Death*1845He died in 1845 at Shoreditch, London.2,3 

Family

 Mary Ann Wheeler b. c 1782, d. 1813
Child 1.Mary Ann Tetley b. 9 Dec 1812, d. Mar 1813

Citations

  1. [S21] Marriage Index, Pallots, 1780-1837 "unknown cd."
  2. [S23] Index to Births, Deaths and Marriages,1837 - "Death September Quarter 1845 Shoreditch William Tetley 2 307."
  3. [S24] Index to Burials, 1538 - 1872 "William Tetley aged 59 buried in 1845. Parish of Shoreditch (St Leonard), Middlesex."

William Anderson Tetley

b. 18 March 1819, d. 17 September 1881
William Anderson Tetley|b. 18 Mar 1819\nd. 17 Sep 1881|p9.htm#i180|Joseph Swabey Tetley|b. c 1779\nd. 29 Nov 1828|p8.htm#i67|Mary Colmer|b. 1777\nd. 14 Aug 1862|p2.htm#i173|James S. Tetley|b. 1758|p8.htm#i12|Mary Anderson||p1.htm#i11|||||||

Father Joseph Swabey Tetley b. c 1779, d. 29 Nov 1828
Mother Mary Colmer b. 1777, d. 14 Aug 1862

Christening*18 March 1819William Anderson Tetley was christened on 18 March 1819 at Fowey, Cornwall.1 
Death*17 September 1881He died on 17 September 1881 at Windsor, Australia, at age 62; Tetley, On the 17th September, at Windsor, Australia, William Anderson Tetley, fifth son of the late Captain Tetley, RN aged 62 years.2 

Citations

  1. [S17] Parish Transcripts, Fowey History Group, "unknown cd."
  2. [S9] Newspaper Article, Hampshire Telegraph and Sussex Chronicle, "'Death notice,' 23 November 1881."

William Burchell Tetley

b. 1748
William Burchell Tetley|b. 1748|p9.htm#i8|John Tetley|b. 27 Dec 1714\nd. b 1776|p8.htm#i4||||William Tetley|b. c 1690|p9.htm#i17||||||||||

Father John Tetley b. 27 Dec 1714, d. b 1776

Birth*1748William Burchell Tetley was born in 1748. 
Christening15 May 1748He was christened on 15 May 1748 at St Martin In The Fields, Westminster, London. 
Misc*4 August 1774He was William Birchall Tetley, from London, Begs leave to acquaint the Public, that he has taken a commodious house, the corner of Beaver-street,- and facing General Haldimand's; where he purposes painting portraits in oil, or in miniature for the bracelet, or
so small as to be set in a ring.

Those Ladies and Gentlemen who please to favour him with their commands, may depend on having them done in the best manner, and with the greatest expedition.

[Rivington's N. Y. Gazetteer, August 4, 1774.] on 4 August 1774 at New York, United States of America. 
Note*14 October 1774He DANCING, taught at home and abroad by Wm BIRCHALL TETLEY, late apprentice to Monsieur Gherarde, of London;
He teaches on the usual terms the minuet, cottilions, allemande, English country dances; single, double and treble hornpipes, &c, &c. as they are now danced in London and Paris, which last place he has lately visited. Those gentleman and ladies who please to favour him with their commands, at the corner of Beaver Street, shall be duly attended.
An EVENING SCHOOL at home, three times a week.
Continues painting PORTRAITS in oyl or miniature, as usual....Teachers Ladies and Gentlemen drawing and painting in crayons or water colours
New York Gazette, 14 October 1774 on 14 October 1774. 

Willliam Tetley

b. 13 September 1749, d. 21 April 1834

Birth*13 September 1749Willliam Tetley was born on 13 September 1749. 
Death*21 April 1834He died on 21 April 1834 at Armley, Leeds, Yorkshire, at age 84. 

Family

 
Child 1.James Remington Tetley+ b. 5 Dec 1780, d. 1863

Ralph Tettley

b. before 1674

Birth*before 1674Ralph Tettley was born before 1674. 

Family

 
Child 1.Robert Tettley b. 28 Oct 1694

Robert Tettley

b. 28 October 1694
Robert Tettley|b. 28 Oct 1694|p9.htm#i154|Ralph Tettley|b. b 1674|p9.htm#i155||||||||||||||||

Father Ralph Tettley b. b 1674

Christening*28 October 1694Robert Tettley was christened on 28 October 1694 at St Sepulchre, London. 

Eva Maria Violette

b. 1723, d. 16 October 1822

Name Variation Eva Maria Violette was also known as Veigel. 
Married NameHer married name was (?) Garrick. 
Marriage*She married David Garrick
Birth*1723Eva Maria Violette was born in 1723 at Vienna, Austria. 
Death*16 October 1822She died on 16 October 1822 at Adelphi Terrace, Westminster, London; Death of Mrs Garrick - This lady closed her life on Wednesday night, at 12 o'clock, at house on the Adelphi terrace, in the 100th year of her age. Her maiden name was Violette, and she was a native of Germany, not Italy as generally supposed. She was born at Vienna, where she was a dancer highly admired. At an early age she was taken under the protection of Lord and Lady Burlington, with whom she resided at her marriage. It is understood that Lord Burlington gave her 6,000pds as a marriage portion. Mrs Garrick was remarkably beautiful in her face and person, and till her death she retained that erect deportment which she derived from her original profession. Garrick always sensibly affected by ridicule, endeavoured to avert it on his marriage, and therefore published a poem on the occasion, of which he induced his friend Ned Moore, as he was familiarly styled, the author of the tragedy of the Gamester, to assume the credit; but it was well known to Garrick's friends, and particularly to the late Dr Monsey of Chelsea College, who was intimate with both, that it was really the production of Garrick himself, written for the purpose of anticipating the wite and humour likely to assail him, on his adoptingthe character of Benedict in real life. Mr and Mrs Garrick were a very happy couple, and enjoyed the highest society in the kingdom, till the close of his life in the January of 1779; and it is remarkable that during the whole period of their marriage, whatever invitations they received or excursions they took, they never once slept asunder -Evening paper. Another paper states that her death was so sudden, that she was making arrangements for going to see there opening of Drury Lane. The Times, Friday Oct 18, 1822, page 2. 
Newspaper Article*22 October 1822 The late Mrs Garrick - Mrs Garrick, when young, was extremely beautiful, but latterly she became masculine, an assumed masculine habits; she was to the end of her life much attached to horticulture, and even to the pruning of her own fruit trees. The expenses of Mr Garrick's funeral, one of the most splendid ever seen in this country, were, we believe, never paid. The undertaker was ruined by the job, and died a beggar. The acting executor, Mr Albany Wallace, was always tardy in paying Garrick's debts. Mrs Garrick has often been reproached for her want of respect to the memory of her husband, in not erecting a monument to his name in Westminster Abbey, which was afterwards done by Mr Wallace. The fact is, she had not the means, and besides, she always thought Garrick belonged to the public. Drury Lane Theatre exhibits a unique appearance from having the fronts of two prominent private boxes closed - one belonging to Mrs Coutts the other to Mrs Garrick. The Times, Tuesday 22 October 1822, page 2. 
Newspaper Article23 October 1822 The late Mrs Garrick was so conscious of her approaching dissolution that she ordered the sheets which were on the bed when Garrick died, and which were scrupulously preserved by her, to be aired and put upon her bed. Whilst the servants were doing this, the old lady expired in her chair. The Times 23 October 1822, page 3. 
Baptism Name25 October 1822Her baptism name was (?) Mrs Garrick - We have heard that in the character of the late Mrs Garrick, there was a singular mixture of parsimony and liberality. She has been known to give fifty pounds at one time to the poor at Hampton, and on the instant deny herself the common comforts of life. Her wine cellar she has not opened for years together, and a dish of tea was the usual extent of her hospitality. She always stated herself to be poor, as an apology for the ruinous condition in which the house and offices at Hampton now are. To save fuel and secure herself from damp, a room in the attic served her "for parlour, for kitchen, and hall". She kept one female servant at Hampton, who resided with her many years; and to compensate the poor woman and a numerous family (for her wages were small indeed), the house and grounds were shown to visitors, unknown to the old lady. The furniture of the house at Hampton is exactly as it was left by Garrick; and, except the curious old china and the paintings, worth very little. The chairs, sofas, and chandeliers in the drawing room (the fashion of the times in which Garrick lived) are unworthy a common tavern of the present day. There are several portraits of Mrs Garrick in different apartments, taken when young, by which it would seem her appearance was then extremely fascinating; but age sadly dilipidates the human countenance. Mrs Garrick's greatest pride was (when health would permit) in promenading her picturesque grounds, and explaining with enthusiastic delight the age and date of each tall tree, planted by herself and Mr Garrick. We believe there is not another instance of a person living to witness so many noble trees grow from saplings to complete maturity in the life time of the proprietor and occupant. During the summer months she would indulge in an occasional walk on the lawn and terrace on the bank of the Thames, at the end of which Garrick built the mauseleom for the statue of Shakespeare, and the celebrated chair; here Mrs Garrick would sip her tea, and, in the society of one female of so, recount the pleasures she enjoyed in the same place, in the society and conversation of her husband, and their noble and learned guests.
The four celebrated pictures, Scenes from the Brentford Election, and painted by Hogarth, used to be placed in the dining room at Hampton. They were exhibited, amongst other paintings by Hogarth, at the British Institution a few seasons ago, and since that time have been deposited in the house at the Adelphi. There are many other very valuable pictures, painted by Zoffany, and all the distinguished artists of the time, amounting in the whole to nearly 250. These, by Mr Garrick's will, are now to be sold, and they will no doubt produce an enormous sum of money.
Notwithstanding Mrs Garrick's constant complaint about her poverty, and the narrowness and inadequacy of her income.we understand she had left nearly seventy thousand pounds behind her. She was a rigid Catholic; and when at Hampton, if health and the weather permitted, used to attend the chapel at Isleworth on a Sunday. It is exceedingly to be regretted that, together with the statue by Roubilliac, Garrick did not at his death bequeath to the Museum the chair made from a portion of the genuine mulberry tree planted by the immortal Poet and designed by his friend Hogarth. The Times, 25 October 1822. 
Will*29 October 1822She left a will on 29 October 1822; Mrs Garrick's Will -
She leaves to Mrs Siddons a pair of gloves, which were Shakespeare's, and were presented to late dear husband during the Jubilee at Stratford, by one of her (Mrs Siddon's) family.
To the Theatrical fund of Drury Lane Theatre, 200pds
To Hannah More, 100pds
To Christopher Garrick, her nephew, the gold snuff box, set with diamonds, given by her late husband by the King of Denmark.
To Nathaniel Egerton Garrick, the snuff box given to her late husband by the Duke of Parma.
To her nephew, Christopher Garrick, and his wife, all the plate which was bought upon her marriage; also a service of pewter which her husband used when a bachelor, bearing the name of Garrick, with a wish that the same should always remain with the head of the family; also the picture of her husband in the character of Richard the Third, which was purchased by her after her husband's decease.
To Nathaniel Egerton Garrick, a portrait painted by Zoffany, of her husband, without a wig, which she bought after his decease of Mrs Bradshaw, to whom it had been given as a present.
To Dowager, Lady Amherst, her ring set with diamonds, having King Charle's oak in it, and a small gold box used for keeping black sticking plaster.
To Lady Anson, wife of Sir William Anson, her dejeune set of Dresden porcelain; and to the said Sir William Anson, her gold antique cameo ring.
To the St George's Hospital, Middlesex,ditto, Lying-in ditto. Magdalen ditto, Refuge for the Destitute, and Society for the Indigent Blind, one hundred pounds each.
To the London Orphan Society fifty pounds.
Three hundred pounds to be invested in the name of the vicar of Hampton for the time being, and the interest expended in a supply of coals for the poor of the parish.
To Archdeacon Pott two hundred pounds towards the education of the poor children of St Martin's parish.
To the Rev Mr Archer minister of the Roman Catholic Chapel, in Warwick street, one hundred pounds, and a further sum of one hundred pounds for the education of the charity children of Warwick street chapel. There are innumerable other legacies of articles of plate, jewels, linen &c, and money to a considerable amount, but of no material public interest. Her executors are the Reverend Thomas Racket and Frederick Beltz, Esq. To the former she leaves books and prints to the value of one hundred pounds in money. After discharging the numerous legacies, her debts, and funeral expenses, Mrs Garrick directs the residue of her estate, including a bond for six thousand pounds due from the late and present Duke of Devonshire to the late Mr Garrick, to be converted into cash, and afterwards invested in Austrian securities for her niece Eliz. de Sar, wife of Peter de Saar, of Vienna, for her sole use and benefit during her life; and after her death to her grandchildren.
The Times, Tuesday October 29, 1822. Page 2. 

Family

 David Garrick d. 20 Jan 1779

Ellen Walker

b. circa 1853, d. 1892

Birth*circa 1853Ellen Walker was born circa 1853 at Knightsbridge, London. 
Married Name1874 As of 1874,her married name was Dearle. 
Marriage*1874She married William Henry Dearle, son of William Dearle, in 1874 at Hampstead, London. 
Death*1892Ellen Walker died in 1892 at Wimbledon, Surrey. 

Family

 William Henry Dearle b. 1846, d. 1901
Children 1.William Walker Dearle b. 1875, d. 6 May 1936
 2.Annie Houghton Dearle b. 1877
 3.Leonard Alfred Dearle+ b. 1878
 4.Nellie Beatrice Dearle b. 1879
 5.Ethel Winifred Dearle b. 1881
 6.Harold Ernest Dearle b. 31 Oct 1882
 7.Lionel Septimus Dearle b. 1883
 8.Muriel Octavia Dearle b. 1886
 9.Gladys May Dearle b. 1887

Elizabeth Wedderburn1

b. 12 March 1776, d. 1813
Elizabeth Wedderburn|b. 12 Mar 1776\nd. 1813|p9.htm#i193|Henry Wedderburn|b. 19 Jul 1721\nd. 17 Nov 1777|p9.htm#i192|Alice Tetley|b. 1750\nd. 1805|p7.htm#i191|||||||||||||

Father Henry Wedderburn1 b. 19 Jul 1721, d. 17 Nov 1777
Mother Alice Tetley1 b. 1750, d. 1805

Married NameHer married name was Murray. 
Christening*12 March 1776Elizabeth Wedderburn was christened on 12 March 1776 at Calcutta, India.1 
Death*1813She died in 1813. 

Citations

  1. [S22] Website Wedderburn Pages (http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/…) "Wedderburn Wills 1 (A-H) Page."

Henry Wedderburn

b. 19 July 1721, d. 17 November 1777

Christening*19 July 1721Henry Wedderburn was christened on 19 July 1721 at Dunfermline, Scotland. 
Marriage*4 March 1773He married Alice Tetley on 4 March 1773 at Calcutta, India.1 
Will*13 May 1777Henry Wedderburn left a will on 13 May 1777 at Calcutta, India; This is the last Will and Testament of me Henry Wedderburn of Calcutta at ffort William in Bengal Esquire being sick and weak in Body but of sound mind memory and understanding praised be God for it [p.2] and considering the certainty of death and the uncertainty of the time thereof and to the end I may be the better prepared to leave this world whenever it shall please God to call me home do therefore make and declare this my last Will and Testament in manner and form following that is to say first and principally [?]I renounced my Soul into the hands of Almighty God my Creator hoping for free pardon and redemption of all my sins to enjoy everlasting happinefs in his Heavenly Kingdom through the sole merits of Jesus Christ my Saviour my Body I commit to the earth at the discretion of my Exectors hereinafter named and as to such worldly Estate wherewith it hath pleased God to intrust me I dispose of the same as followeth Imprimis all my Just Debts I desire may be first discharged and satisfied Item I give and bequeath to my loving wife Alice Wedderburn at present at Calcutta aforesaid all her Jewels Toys Trinkets and wearing Apparel the rest and [?]residue of my Estate Real and personal I give devise and bequeath unto and between my said wife Alice Wedderburn and my Daughter Elizabeth Wedderburn share and share alike the share or proportion of my said Daughter to be put and placed out at Interest on good security such Interest to be applied towards the Maintenance and Education of my said daughter Elizabeth by her Guardians hereinafter named and the principal to be paid as soon as she shall attain the Age of twenty one years or be Married which ever shall first happen I do hereby appoint that my said loving wife Alice Wedderburn together with Mr. Alexander Robertson Writer to the Signet in Edinburgh and Mr. Alexander Wedderburn of Saint Germans in Scotland shall have the Guardianship and Tuition of my said Daughter Elizabeth during her Minority In case my said Daughter Elizabeth should depart this life before she attains the Age of twenty one years or be Married then I give devise and bequeath the part or share of my Estate Real and personal so bequeathed to her as aforesaid with all Interest Accumulating thereon which shall not be applied towards her Maintenance and Education unto my said loving Wife Alice Wedderburn should she my said Wife be living But in case my said Wife be not then living then unto Mrs. Mary Cummings Wife of Colonel John Cummings now on their pafsage from [?]house for Europe for ever And Lastly I do hereby nominate constitute and appoint my said loving Wife Alice Wedderburn sole Executrix of this my last Will and Testament and do hereby revoke and make void all former Will and Wills Codicil and Codicils by me at any time heretofore made and do make and ordain this only to be my last Will and Testament in manner aforesaid In Witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand and Seal in Calcutta aforesaid the thirteenth day of May in the year of Our Lord Christ One thousand seven hundred and seventy seven H.Wedderburn - Signed Sealed Published and Declared by the within named Henry Wedderburn in the [p.3] presence of us who in his presence and at his request and in the presence of each other have hereunto subscribed our names thereto Jno. Wilson, Laurence [?]OMaderia, Cha. Eaton

This Will was proved at London the third day of May in the year of our Lord One thousand seven hundred and eighty before the Worshipful George Norris Doctor of Laws Surrogate of the Right Worshipful Peter Calvert Doctor of Laws, Master Keeper or Commifsary of the Prerogative Court of Canterbury lawfully constituted by Oath of Alice Wedderburn Widow the Relict of the deceased and sole Executrix named in the said Will to whom Administration was granted of all and singular the Goods Chattels and Credits of the said deceased She having been first sworn duly to Admon. 
Death*17 November 1777He died on 17 November 1777 at age 56; Died at Calcutta, the 17th November last, Henry Wedderburn, Esq, Master Attendant of the Company's marine. London Evening Post - 23 May 1778. 

Family

 Alice Tetley b. 1750, d. 1805
Child 1.Elizabeth Wedderburn1 b. 12 Mar 1776, d. 1813

Citations

  1. [S22] Website Wedderburn Pages (http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/…) "Wedderburn Wills 1 (A-H) Page."

Mary Ann Wheeler

b. circa 1782, d. 1813

Married NameHer married name was Tetley. 
Birth*circa 1782Mary Ann Wheeler was born circa 1782. 
Marriage*14 February 1808She married William Tetley on 14 February 1808 at Christ Church, Newgate, London; Witnesses Anne Goddard and Jno Burnley.1 
Burial*1813Mary Ann Wheeler was buried in 1813 at St Alban Wood Street, London. 
Death*1813She died in 1813 at London. 

Family

 William Tetley b. c 1786, d. 1845
Child 1.Mary Ann Tetley b. 9 Dec 1812, d. Mar 1813

Citations

  1. [S21] Marriage Index, Pallots, 1780-1837 "unknown cd."

Harriet Huger Wilkie

d. May 1969

Married NameHer married name was Beazley. 
Marriage*16 December 1925Harriet Huger Wilkie married Walter Edwin Beazley, son of James Henry Beazley and Emmeline Nickels, on 16 December 1925 at St Peter's Church, Woolton, Liverpool, Woolton, Liverpool. 
Death*May 1969Harriet Huger Wilkie died in May 1969. 

Family

 Walter Edwin Beazley b. 26 Jun 1886, d. 8 Jun 1969