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A group of annuitants on Richmond (including Isaac Walker now or late of Cornhill) were listed as parties to an original agreement with William Gray in an indenture with Emanuel Baruch Lousada and Jacob Israel Bernal 13/10/1784 for the payment of their annuities to which the two estates [Old and New Works] were subject on their purchase by Lousada and Bernal.
Isaac Walker, Southgate and Cornhill, was a signatory of the 1795 Declaration by London merchants. Walker was a linen-merchant and New River Company shareholder. The Walker family played major role in the development Southgate in the 19th century after Isaac Walker's initial 1777 purchase of an estate there.
Will of Isaac Walker of Southgate proved 26/01/1805. He left £10,000 in 4% consols and £10,000 in 3% consols to his daughter Elizabeth; and left in trust for her for life 'all that part or share commonly called a King's share of and in the New River. His residuary her was his son John.
Caribbeana Vol. III pp. 156-7.
Declaration of the Merchants, Bankers, Traders, and other inhabitants of London made at Grocers Hall 2nd December 1795 (London, 1795) p. 124; Carry van Lieshout 'London’s Changing Waterscapes — the management of water in eighteenth-century London', unpublished PhD thesis Department of Geography, King’s College London (2012) pp. 254, 255 and 258; A P Baggs, Diane K Bolton, Eileen P Scarff and G C Tyack. "Edmonton: Other estates," in A History of the County of Middlesex: Volume 5, Hendon, Kingsbury, Great Stanmore, Little Stanmore, Edmonton Enfield, Monken Hadley, South Mimms, Tottenham, ed. T F T Baker and R B Pugh (London: Victoria County History, 1976), 154-161. British History Online, accessed October 5, 2020, http://www.british-history.ac.uk/vch/middx/vol5/pp154-161.
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1784 [EA] - 1784 [LA] → Annuitant
A group of annuitants on Richmond (including Isaac King now or late of Cornhill) who had originally contracted with William Gray were listed in a new agreement with Emanuel Baruch Lousada and Jacob Israel Bernal 13/10/1784 for the payment of their annuities to which the two estates [Old and New Works] were subject on their purchase by Lousada and Bernal. [Caribbeana Vol. III pp. 156-7].
New River Waterwork
Isaac Walker left a 'King's Share' in the New River to his daughter Elizabeth in his will made in 1803 and proved in...
Southgate, Middlesex, South-east England, England