PARADISE, William (Grimwade p.613-4)

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PARADISE, William (Grimwade p.613-4)

Postby MCB » Sun Sep 11, 2011 6:58 am

Possibly died 1759.
Burial record dated 18th December 1759 at St Alban, Wood Street for a William Paradise.

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Re: PARADISE, William (Grimwade p.613-4)

Postby silverly » Fri Jan 29, 2016 10:34 pm

11 December 1718 (OS) William Paradise married Rebecca Mitchel at Saint Giles Cripplegate City of London.

15 February 1719 Rebecca Paradise wife of William Paradise Goldsmith buried at Saint Giles Cripplegate.

27 July 1721 (OS) William Paradise of the Parish of Saint Michael Wood Street married Mary Turner of the Parish of Saint Giles Cripplegate at Saint Martin Outwich City of London.

2 January 1760 William Paradise of Silver Street London will proved at London. (Majority of estate left to wife Mary). Reference: TNA PROB 11/852/38

11 May 1774 Mary Paradise of Steward Street in the Liberty of the Tower of London in the County of Middlesex will proved at London.
Both William and Mary had a bequest for Anthony Lynch of Newbery in the County of Berks Watch Maker in their wills. Along with leaving a bequest to her sister's son John Turner Harris, this nephew was made her Executor. Reference: TNA PROB 11/998/77

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Re: PARADISE, William (Grimwade p.613-4)

Postby buckler » Thu Mar 16, 2017 7:28 am

8th September 1731.
Old Bailey trial - Reference Number: t17310908-22
William Roberts , alias George Smith , of St. Bride's , was indicted for feloniously stealing a Cane, Value 18 s. the Goods of William Paradise , on the 31st of July last.[ 1731]
The Prisoner came to the Prosecutor's Shop, while he was abroad, and pretending to buy a Stock-buckle, while the Boy went to call his Master's Man (who was at work in the Cellar) to sell him one, the Prisoner took the Cane and went away; but the Boy and his Fellow-servant following him, they apprehended him with the Cane.

Guilty, Transportation


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