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Was this a Thornton-Heysham or a son/grandson of John Heysham of Lancaster? Daniel Beaumont of Eaton, starch-marker, L40 for not prosecuting his traverse, L20 for failing to answer to James Major, and L10 for failing to answer to John Heysham for assault. ] I do order that the said ten pounds shall be to and for her own proper use any thing heretofore sayd to the contrary notwithstanding and I do also order that my said Wife shall pay this Legacy following Also I give and bequeth to my Loving Mother Mary Heysham of the parish of St Saviour's [this was in Greater London, south of the Thames, just of the road from London Bridge] in Southwark Widow to her use and her heirs for ever the Sum of thirty pounds of Good and lawfull money of Great Britain to be paid her by my Executrix hereafter named within three months after my Decease And Lastly I do further give and bequeth to my aforesaid wife Ann Heysham all and all manner of my Effects of what Nature of Kind soever which hath not before been mentioned or bequethed by me in this my last Will and Testament and which shall at the time of my decease belong or of right Appertain unto me as firmly to all Intents and purposes as I myself mihgt did or could Enjoy them when living and shall be by her freely possessed and Enjoyed for ever And I do also constitute and appoint my said Wife Ann Heysham aforesaid whole and Sole Executrix of this my last Will and Testamment and doo hereby revoke disannull and make void all former Wills and xux Bequests and Executors by me made or mentioned to be made and confirm this and no other to be my last Will and Testament In witness whereof I have hereunto Sett my hand and Seal the fourth day of December in the year of our Lord One thousand Seven hundred and thirty three - John Heysham - Signed Sealed published and declared by the Testator John Heysham as and for his last Will and Testament in the presence of us who have Subscribed our hands at his request as Witnesses hereunto. It is in the extreme south of Buckinghamshire, which lies due west of Middlesex (Greater London) and Hertfordshire.
James Heysham (c1785) Some researchers list James as the son of Dr. James Heysham married Elizabeth Dobney on 26 April 1816 at Christ Church Greyfriars Newgate, London. William Cramwell of Eaton, yeoman, surety for Daniel Beaumont to appear, L10. South is Surrey and Berkshire, West is Oxforshire, and north lies Northamptonshire. There was clearly a large Heysham family in Southwark from about 1700 to the early 1800's.
He married Mary Layfield on 3 August 1662 at Saint Bride Fleet St., London, England. "St Ann Blackfriars was a London church of the seventeenth century, situated in the ward of Farringdon Within in Church Entry, Carter Lane. That is to say [garbled] and principally Commend my Soule into the hands of Almighty God my Creator trusting and assuredly hoping to be saved [garbled] His alone [garbled] and satisfation of Jesus Christ my Saviour and Redeemer.
It was near the Blackfriars Theatre, a fact which displeased its congregation. And as to also such Wordly Estates as the Lord in his mercy hath been pleased to bless me with (after my Debts and Funeral Charges paid and discharged) I give devise and bequeth the same as followeth (That is to say) Imprimis I give devise and bequeth unto my Loving Brother - Thomas Heysham the sume of one shilling and noe more.
Stanwell is just south of today's Heathrow airport, between London and Windsor. "5 October, 8 Charles I.--True Bill that, whereas at Stanwell co. on the said day, Thomas Heysem alias Delbridge, William Butcher and William Wood, all three of Stanwell aforesaid labourers, stole nyne and a halfe yardes of damaske worth ninety shillings, together with other things set forth in the indictment, of the goods and chattels of Thomas Ayer gentleman, Hugh Strideup late of Oldebrainford co. yoman and his wife Alice Strideup and Thomas Bevin late of Hownsloe taylor on the next day, viz. R., 20 Feb., 8 Charles I." - from "Middlesex County Records" (16) Elizabeth Hesem (c1570) She married Richard Carter on 16 February 1594 at Saint Helen Bishopsgate, London, England.
6th Oct., knowing him to have perpetrated the said felony received haboured and comforted the said Thomas Heysem. The church, located on Bishopsgate road just inside the wall, dates from 1210.
Moorgate was just to the west and Aldgate lay next to the east.
Originally Roman, the gate was rebuilt by the Hansa merchants in 1471.
A least one Edward Heesom violin is in use today by Benedict Cruft, Dean of the School of Music at the Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts as of 2003. It is on the border of the New Forest, on the east bank of the Avon river.There is a Heysham Road in South Tottenham N15, in London. There is a Heysham House at 52 Park Place, in Cheltenham, Gloucester. This was not the same as the Town Clerk of London, which was an elective office. "Among other things there is a copy of a bond dated March 4, 1602/3, in which Thomas Heighsham, of Bethnal Green in Middlesex, and Richard Sparrow, citizen and goldsmith of London, engage to pay Sanderson [John Sanderson, a Turkey merchant] a sum of money on May 5 following, the payment to be made at the new shop of John Milton, scrivener, at the Spread Eagle in Bread Street.It "is a handsome Victorian villa built c1859." right. The Town Clerk took the minutes of Council meeting, and was also a legal advisor and recorder of city law. The signature of John Milton, scrivener, is appended." - from "London Signs and Inscriptions" by Philip Norman Bread Street was in or near Cheapside.Its final form was built in 1735 by the City authorities and demolished in 1760.The Wall divided the the ward into an intramural portion called Bishopsgate Within and an extramural portion called Bishopsgate Without. Botolph, Aldersgate [an alternative spelling], London. A Woolman [that is, he probably traded in wool] and bachelor, about 26 years old, he married Anne Thomas, of St.