Much of the christening, marriage and burial information contained below originated from the England & Wales Non-Conformist Records Index.
SAVORY Joseph I
The burial in 1821 of a Joseph Savory recorded in the Middlesex, London register may be relevant. No detail of age or last address is given on the website.
SAVORY Adey Bellamy I
The christening in 1780 of Adey Bellamy, the son of Joseph and Anna Savory, was recorded at St Paul, Covent Garden.
A document in 1841 for his son Adey Bellamy’s request for freedom of the City of London by patrimony in the Company of Goldsmiths shows his father had obtained his own freedom in that Company in 1802.
He married in Gracechurch Street in 1805. No detail of the bride’s name is given on the website.
There was a burial at Gracechurch Street in December 1834 of an Adey Bellamy Savory which may well be relevant. Although no detail of age or last address is given on the website the entry of a new maker’s mark by his sons Joseph and Albert in January 1835, excluding their father, is significant.
SAVORY, Joseph II
His christening in July 1808, the son of Adey Bellamy and Mary Savory, is shown in the Society of Friends QM, Westminster register.
SAVORY, Thomas Cox
His christening in 1807, the son of Adey Bellamy and Mary Savory, is recorded in the Westminster registry.
There were christenings at the Society of Friends QM, Surrey in 1833 of Theodore and 1835 of Isabella, children of Thomas Cox and Catherine Savory.
Christening records in the Emmanuel, Camberwell register, all in 1843, for Alfred born 1839, Wilfred born 1839 and Catherine Emily born 1843 show their parents as Thomas Cox Savory, goldsmith and wife Catherine of Peckham Rye.
The christening of daughter Hester in 1844 at St Mary Magdalene, Peckham shows the same parental detail.
His christening in December 1811, the son of Adey Bellamy and Mary Savory, is shown in the Westminster registry.
SAVORY Adey Bellamy II
He was christened at Gracechurch Street in February 1820, the son of Adey Bellamy and Mary Savory.
In 1841 he requested freedom of the City of London by patrimony in the Company of Goldsmiths.
The 1851 UK Census for 7 Terrace, Albion Road, Stoke Newington shows he was a stationer and dressing case maker.
The 1861 UK Census for 1 Rochester Place, Widmore Lane, Bromley shows he was a proprietor of houses.
The National Probate Calendar for the Principal Registry in 1863 shows he died in that year, late of 46 Cornhill and a bookseller from Albion Road, Bromley. His executors were his brothers Joseph and Albert Savory, goldsmiths of Cornhill. The value of his estate was under Â£6000.