RUELL, James (Grimwade p.648)

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RUELL, James (Grimwade p.648)

Postby MCB » Fri May 10, 2013 4:45 am

The christening of Mary Ann, the daughter of James and Gwen Ruell of Baldwin’s Gardens, registered at St Andrew, Holborn in 1792 may be relevant.
In 1801 he notified Goldsmiths’ Hall he had moved to Little Wild Street and Land Tax assessments continued to be made on him there until 1821.
The new tenant of the property in 1822 was Thomas Fairburn (Grimwade p.505).

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Re: RUELL, James (Grimwade p.648)

Postby buckler » Fri May 10, 2013 2:04 pm

The Will of James Ruell of No 13 Little Wild Street , Middlesex was proved at PCC on 31 December 1829 (TNA/PROB 11/1764/355)

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Re: RUELL, James (Grimwade p.648)

Postby silverly » Mon Mar 19, 2018 11:50 am

11 December 1823 James Ruell 13 Little Wilde Street burial recorded at Elim Chapel.

buckler wrote:The Will of James Ruell of No 13 Little Wild Street , Middlesex was proved at PCC on 31 December 1829 (TNA/PROB 11/1764/355)
James Ruell's probate record reveals that there was a memorandum written the year of his death containing instructions for the disposal of his estate. He could not sign it because of rheumatic gout in his hands. It was this document that was eventually proven in 1829 as well as depositions written in 1829 that were from among others his sister Mary Fairburn a silversmith and the widow of the silversmith Thomas Fairburn (Grimwade p.505). Mary was granted administration.


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