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Derbyshire / Re: Barnes/Leam Crichton 1765
« on: Today at 10:56 »
Transcripts only

Burials
Elizabeth Leam, 21 Oct 1788, Crich
Elizabeth Leam, 15 Sep 1786, Crich, father Joseph**

** Parent's name present usually indicates infant/young child

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Derbyshire / Re: Barnes/Leam Crichton 1765
« on: Today at 10:50 »
FindMyPast has transcripts only

Marriage
Samuel Leam, weaver, bachelor, age 27, married 19 July 1753, place Crich, spouse Eliza Thorpe, age 20, spinster, residence parish Crick (sic)

Parish Burials
Samuel Leam, bur 8 May1780, place Crich

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The Common Room / Re: Help with unusual surname - L'Ony
« on: Yesterday at 17:02 »
"A new and compleat history and survey of the Cities of London and Westminster, the borough of Southwark and parts adjacent ...", author Henry Chamberlain, published 1770.

Amongst the list of subscribers -
Mr John L'Ony, Crutched Friars

Today, Crutched Friars is an extension of Hart Street.

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The Common Room / Re: Help with unusual surname - L'Ony
« on: Yesterday at 13:20 »
FindMyPast Burial (transcript only)

Susanna I'Ony, 1 Sep 1766, Parish of St Olave Hart Street

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The Common Room / Re: Help with unusual surname - L'Ony
« on: Yesterday at 13:13 »
FindMyPast - Middlesex Commitments

13. Sarah Innis, otherwise Jones, otherwise Allen, otherwise Williams ........
Detained on oath of John I'Ony, one of the Overseers of the poor of the parish of St. Olave, Hart Street, with having knowingly and designedly by false pretences, obtained from him 1 10s under pretence of being a pauper belonging to the said parish, with intent to cheat and defraud the said parish.
Dated Aug 14, 1775

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The Common Room / Re: Help with unusual surname - L'Ony
« on: Yesterday at 12:55 »
Just noticed I hadn't posted these two 1776 "sightings" under liverymen of the City of London -

St. Dunstan's Hill District
Mark lane
I'Ony John, goldsmith, tallow chandler

Iony Jn, Mark Lane, tallow chandler, goldsmiths

Might be worth checking with the Goldsmiths' Guild?



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The Common Room / Re: Help with unusual surname - L'Ony
« on: Yesterday at 12:28 »
FindMyPast Burial (transcript only)

John I'Ony, 23 Jun 1776, Parish St Olave Hart Street

Mark Lane runs into Hart Street. I cannot find mention of John I'Ony/J'Ony etc residing in the City after 1776 . 

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The Common Room / Re: Help with unusual surname - L'Ony
« on: Yesterday at 11:29 »
List of the Livery of London, with their places of abode, and businesses under the heads of their respected companies, 1775

Goldsmiths
__Ony John, Mark Lane, tallow chandler

The image is of an open book but the fold in the book has obscured the initial letter/s. However, it follows what would appear to be "(J)efferies, Samuel, Hampton, Midx".

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The Common Room / Re: Help with unusual surname - L'Ony
« on: Yesterday at 11:09 »
Extracted from the poll books for the Mayor of the City of London, 1775

Under " Occupation - Goldsmiths" -
J'O'Ny John, Mark Lane


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