William Timson junior

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In the Grenada Slave Registers for 1817, enslaved people on St Cyr estate were in the lawful possession of John Hayes and George Gun Munro, attornies to Messrs. Idle, Timson and Marryat, assignees of Messrs. Boldero & Co., late of the City of London.

  1. Desrcibed as "Wine merchant William Timson the younger of Water Lane Tower St." in the summary of an assignment concerning the Boldero bankruptcy in 1813. First and final dividend of the estate and effects of the bankrupt William Timson of 13 Bush Lane, Cannon Street, City, wine merchant, dealer and chapman, 13/12/1834.

  2. Possibly the William Timson, age 70, of independent means, born out of county, living with two female servants at Albion Place, Hackney, in the census of 1841.


T71/267 pp. 97-100. London Gazette 06/05/1817, Issue 17248 p. 1098.

  1. Assignment of a lease by way of mortgage, BRA747/23, 24/07/1813 at London Metropolitan Archives; London Gazette, 21/11/1834, Issue 19212 p. 2122.

  2. 1841 census online.

Further Information

Wine merchant

Associated Estates (2)

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  • SY - Association Start Year
  • EA - Earliest Known Association
  • ED - Association End Date
  • EY - Association End Year
  • LA - Latest Known Association
1817 [EA] - → Assignee
1817 [EA] - 1820 [LA] → Assignee

Addresses (1)

Water Lane, City of London, Middlesex, London, England