huguenots of spitalfields
huguenots of spitalfields
huguenots of spitalfields
huguenots of spitalfields
huguenots of spitalfields
huguenots of spitalfields

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Suzanne and Samuel DeVaux Spittalfields silk weaver family They had 2 children that I have found, Samuel and Madeline both baptised in the french Huguenot hospital church in the early 1700s
The Flower Pot An historic pub called the Flower Pot was situated at "the Corner of Cock-lane and Brick-lane, in the Road leading from Shoreditch to Bethnal-green" (now 120 Bethnal Green Road) , just a few steps from Brick Lane, and was present by 1800, when it hosted Building Sources: 1) http://www.closedpubs.co.uk/london/e2_bethnalgreen_flowerpot.html, and 2) The (London) Times, Sat, 29 Jun 1793, p 4 (the latter being an advertisement for the sale of Mr. Boniface Claisse's (a Huguenot) leaseholds--Nos. 139 and 140 Brick Lane;
The Flower Pot, cont'd ...meetings of a local Huguenot society. It survived as a pub until at least 1917, but is now long-closed and in retail and cafe use. Building
Thomas BERTRAND Bethnal Green Silk Weaver Thomas BERTRAND was a silk weaver who apprenticed a George SAVAGE from 17 Sep 1799 at 143 Church Street, Bethnal Green...does anyone have photo of address...
Thomas BERTRAND Bethnal Green Silk Weaver Thomas BERTRAND was a silk weaver who apprenticed a George SAVAGE from 17 Sep 1799 at 143 Church Street, Bethnal Green...does anyone have photo of address...
Thomas Sanders Dupuiss Westminster Abbey Monument Musician, organist and composer to the King. Died in 1796. Organist at Charlotte Street Chapel.
Townhouse Antiques 5 Fournier Street, E1 An 18th century silk merchant’s house
Weavers' residences Bateman’s Row, Brick Lane, Church Row, Club Row, Cock Lane, Dirty Lane, Elder St (Liberty of Norton Folgate), George St, Hare St, Hart’s Lane, Holywell Lane, New Gravel Lane, New Inn Yard, Sclater St, Swan Yard, Turville St Residences of 18th and 19th century Huguenot weavers, including Chamberlain, Claisse and Boisson families Sources: Parish records, census records, The London Times, Proceedings of the Old Bailey, poor law removal records
Winard Bridge appearing on John Rocque 1760 map of Armagh on map located near Mill Town and Cunny Island Bridge London Museum and assorted Northern Ireland experts have all advised they simple have never heard of Winard Bridge and can offer no direction. I descend from Vennard family #12 that I can first confirm via records as living nearby and around that bridge i

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