Family of Mr MAISTERSON

Partner: Mr MAISTERSON ( - )
Partner: (unknown)
Children: Catherine MAISTERSON (1751?-1826?)
Frances MAISTERSON (1755?-1829?)
Thomas MAISTERSON ( - )
Mary MAISTERSON ( -bef1829)

Partner: Mr MAISTERSON

Name: Mr MAISTERSON
Sex: Male
Father: -
Mother: -

Child 1: Catherine MAISTERSON

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Catherine MAISTERSON

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Spouse: James JAQUES

Name: Catherine MAISTERSON
Sex: Female
Spouse: James JAQUES (1761?-1835?)
Birth 1751 (cal)1
Residence 9 Oct 1794 (age 42-43) Aldgate, Middlesex2
St Katharine Cree, Aldgate, Middlesex
Residence 14 Oct 1795 (age 43-44) Aldgate, Middlesex3
Little George Street, Aldgate, Middlesex
Residence 15 Oct 1826 (est) (age 74-75) Islington, Middlesex1
Balls Pond Road, Islington, Middlesex
Death 15 Oct 1826 (est) (age 75) Islington, Middlesex1
Balls Pond Road, Islington, Middlesex
Burial 18 Oct 1826 (age 75) Islington, Middlesex1
St Mary's Islington, Middlesex

Child 2: Frances MAISTERSON

Name: Frances MAISTERSON
Sex: Female
Birth 1755 (cal)4
Will 24 Oct 1826 (age 70-71)5
Residence 13 Sep 1829 (est) (age 73-74) Islington, Middlesex4
Balls Pond, Islington, Middlesex
Death 13 Sep 1829 (est) (age 74) Islington, Middlesex4
Balls Pond, Islington, Middlesex
Burial 16 Sep 1829 (age 74) Islington, Middlesex4
St Mary's Islington, Middlesex

Child 3: Thomas MAISTERSON

Name: Thomas MAISTERSON
Sex: Male

Child 4: Mary MAISTERSON

Name: Mary MAISTERSON
Sex: Female
Death bef 5 Nov 1829 Kemerton, Gloucestershire

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1"Burial Islington, Middlesex 18 OCT 1826 Catherine JAQUES" (518).
Text From Source: Burials in St Mary's Islington, Islington, Middlesex in the year 1826
Name: Catherine JAQUES
Abode: Balls Pond Road, Islington, Middlesex, Islington
Burial Date: 18 OCT 1826
Age: 75
By whom the Ceremony was performed: Rev. John Hambleson
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Source: Burial Islington, Middlesex 18 OCT 1826 Catherine JAQUES, Burial Islington, Middlesex 18 OCT 1826 Catherine JAQUES

2"Marriage Aldgate, Middlesex (St Katharine Cree, Aldgate, Middlesex) 9 Oct 1794 James JAQUES & Catherine MAISTERSON" (166).
Text From Source: No: 166
James JAQUES of this Parish Bachelor
and Catherine MAISTERSON of this Parish
were married in this church
this 9 Day of October in the year 1794
By me R. Hamilton
This marriage was Solemnized between us
James JACQUES and Catherine MAISTERSON
In the presence of Witnesses: Wm. Maisterson,
Sarah Hendrick
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Source: Marriage Aldgate, Middlesex (St Katharine Cree, Aldgate, Middlesex) 9 Oct 1794 James JAQUES & Catherine MAISTERSON, Marriage Aldgate, Middlesex (St Katharine Cree, Aldgate, Middlesex) 9 Oct 1794 James JAQUES & Catherine MAISTERSON

3"Baptism Aldgate, Middlesex 14 Oct 1795 James JAQUES".
Text From Source: Baptisms at St Botolph Without Aldgate, Aldgate, Middlesex
14 Oct 1795 James son of James JAQUES and Catherine his wife Little George Street, Aldgate, Middlesex, Aldgate, Middlesex
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Source: Baptism Aldgate, Middlesex 14 Oct 1795 James JAQUES, Baptism Aldgate, Middlesex 14 Oct 1795 James JAQUES

4"Burial Islington, Middlesex 16 SEP 1829 Frances MAISTERSON" (2046).
Text From Source: Burials in St Mary's Islington, Islington, Middlesex in the year 1829
Name: Frances MAISTERSON
Abode: Balls Pond, Islington, Middlesex
Burial Date: 16 SEP 1829
Age: 74
By whom the Ceremony was performed: Revd. T. Horn
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Source: Burial Islington, Middlesex 16 SEP 1829 Frances MAISTERSON, Burial Islington, Middlesex 16 SEP 1829 Frances MAISTERSON

5"Frances Maisterson Will". Assessment: Primary evidence.
Text From Source: Text will Frances Maisterman

This last Will and testament of me Frances Maisterson in the parish of Whitechapel in the county of Middlesex spinster.

First I Will and direct that's my executor hereinafter named shall pay all my just debts funeral expenses and the expense of proving this my will. And whereas and where as I am possessed of seven hundered and thirty five pounds, three per cent Consolidated bank annuities standing in my name in the bank books.
I do hereby give and bequeath three hundred pounds part of the said stock unto Samuel Sortin (? Satin) of great Russell Street in the parish of St Georges Bloomsbury in the county of Middlesex gentlemen and James Jaques of little George Street Minories in the Parish of Portsoken in the city of London Taylor upon trust permits and suffer my brother Thomas Maisterson shopman to Mr Ludlam Lad Lane Cheapside something to something the dividends thereof as they become due during his life and after his decease
I will and direct that the trustees before mentioned shall transfer the said three hundred pounds, three per cent consolidated bank annuities unto my nephew James Jaques on his attaining the age of 21 years but in the meantime and until he attains that age to apply the dividends arising therefrom for and towards his maintenance and education.
I also give and bequeath unto my sister Catherine Jaques my said brother Thomas Maisterson and my sister Mary Maisterson of Kemerton in the county of Gloucester five pounds each for mourning and I do hereby give and bequeath unto my brother in law the said James Jaques who has uniformly treated me with the greatest kindness all the rest residue and remainder of my personal property whatsoever and wheresoever to and for his sole use and benefit and [mostly?] I do hereby nominate constitute and appoint him the said James Jaques sole executor of this my last Will and testament.
In witness whereof I have to this my said will and testament set my hand and seal this twenty fourth day of October one thousand eight hundred and twenty six.
Frances Maisterson
Signed sealed published and declared by the said testatrix Frances Maisterson as and for her last will and testament in the presence of us who have in her presence and at her request and also in the presence of each other signed our names as witnesses here to
Roger Jortin Great Russell Street Bloomsbury Gentleman
John Jortin Charlotte Street Bedford Square Gentlemen
Proved at London 26th of October 1829 before the worshipful Charles Cook Dr of Law [sure ??] by the oath James Jaques the sole executor to whom Admon was granted having been first sworn duly to administer.

(NOTE: Roger and John Jortin were well known lawyers in London
Mr Ludlam of Lad lane Cheapside was a noted tailor at the time)