Captain EIC Esq William Marter

Male Bef 1731 - Bef 1774  (< 43 years)


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  • Name William Marter 
    Title Captain EIC Esq 
    Born Bef 31 Oct 1731  Hackney, Middlesex, England Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Gender Male 
    Died Bef 13 Dec 1774  Ham Common, Kingston-upon-Thames, Surrey, England Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Buried 13 Dec 1774  St Martin in the Fields, Westminster, London, England Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Person ID I1797  Ham
    Last Modified 18 Sep 2016 

    Father William Richard Marter,   b. Abt 1699,   d. Bef 23 Jan 1743, Shoreditch, Middlesex, London, England Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age ~ 44 years) 
    Mother Marie Anne Gibert,   b. 30 Nov 1706, Stepney, Middlesex, England Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Married 5 Aug 1725  Saint Benet, Paul's Wharf, London, England Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Notes 
    • Marriage Licence Allegations Index:
      Vicar General 1694-1850:

      William Richard MARTER of the Parish of St James, Dukes Place, London, Gent, aged 26 years, a Bachelor and alledged that he intended to marry with Mary Ann GIBERT of the Parish of St Dunstan, Stepney in the County of Middlesex, aged
      18 years and a Spinster with the consent of David GIBERT her natural and lawful father now go out not knowing or believing any Pre-contact, Confanguinity, Affinity or any other Lawful cause whatsoever, to hinder the said intended Marriage, of the truth of which he made Oath and prayed a Licence for to be Married in the Parish Church of St Benet, Paul's Wharf, London.Signed: William Richard Marter



      Ancestry.com
      London, England, Baptisms, Marriages & Burials. 1538-1812
      City of London, St Benet Paul's Wharf, 1715-1728:

      "Marriages in 1725
      Marter and William Richard Marter of St. James Dukes place Lond 5 August 1725
      Gibert B and Mary-Ann Gibert of St. Dunstan Stepney Midsx S."


      From the Parish Marriage records
      of St. Benet Pauls Wharf, William
      Richard Marter is listed as b. of St. James [b. = bachelor]
      Dukes Place, London B. and Mary Ann
      Gibert of St. Dunstan, Stepney, Middlesex, s. [s. = spinster]
      [Jill SANDOE]



      The IGI Individual Record for William Richard MARTER reads:
      Marriage: On the 5th August 1725 at Saint Benet, Paul's Wharf, London, England.
      Spouse: Mary Ann GIBERT.
      Batch No: M001361, Dates: 1680-1730.
    Family ID F014  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

    Family Jeanne Pigou,   b. 21 Jul 1742, La Sovoye, London, England Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 26 Jan 1829, Kensington, Middlesex, England Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 86 years) 
    Married 14 Jan 1764  St Margaret's Church, Westminster, Middlesex, England Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Children 
     1. Jane Marter,   b. Abt 1764, England Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. Bef 2 Nov 1833, Bath Place, Kensington, Middlesex, England Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age ~ 69 years)
     2. Amelia Marter,   b. 23 Jun 1768, St Marylebone, London, England Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 28 Nov 1793, Fulham, Middlesex, England Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 25 years)
     3. Mary Marter,   b. Bef 18 Jan 1770, Ham, Kingston-upon-Thames, Surrey, England Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. Between 20 Jul 1838 and 20 Mar 1839, Middlesex, England Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age > 68 years)
     4. Elizabeth Marter,   b. 29 Nov 1770, Ham, Kingston-upon-Thames, Surrey, England Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 4 Apr 1838, 10 Phillimore Place, Kensington, Middlesex, England Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 67 years)
     5. William Marter,   b. Bef 28 Apr 1772, Ham Common, Kingston-upon-Thames, Surrey, England Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 2 Nov 1859, "Shelleys", Knockholt, Kent, England Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age > 87 years)
     6. Thomas Peter Marter,   b. Between 3 Dec 1774 and 2 Jan 1775, Ham Common, Kingston-upon-Thames, Surrey, England Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 17 Oct 1857, Hammond River, Kings, New Brunswick, Canada Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age ~ 82 years)
    Last Modified 18 Sep 2016 
    Family ID F008  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

  • Notes 
    • London Metropolitan Archives (LMA)
      Microfilm X097/372, Item 2
      Saint John Hackney, Lower Clapton Road, Hackney [Middlesex, England]

      Composite Register:
      Baptisms:Feb 1714 - Dec 1737
      Marriages:Apr 1717 - Dec 1737
      Burials:Oct 1715 - Dec 1737

      Baptisms, Page 66
      [in margin "m" - the initial letter of the family name of the child and parents]
      "William of William Richard Marter by Mary his wife was Bapt. on the 31st Oct 1731"



      The IGI Individual Record for William MARTER reads:
      Christening: 31st October 1731 at Saint John, Hackney, Middlesex, England.
      Parents: William Richard MARTER.
      Batch No: C042151, Dates: 1545-1741.



      Access to Archives: Search the Database:
      Bradwell Grove Estate:
      Catalogue Ref. Hey.

      Assignment of Annuity: Hey/III/iii/1
      PARTIES:
      1. The Hon Lucius Ferdinand CARY late of Newman Street now of Soho Square in the Parish of St Anne's, Middlesex, Esq.
      2. William MARTER of Ham Common, Surrey, Esq.
      SUBJECT of TRANSACTION:
      Recites Indenture of 26th March 1770 for rent charge of £250 pa.
      Documents relating to an annuity of £250 secured on manors of Broadwell Oddingseles, Cirencester and Sy Johns and other property by deed of 26 March 1770. Grant of an annuity of £250 on the premises in Hey/III/v. to Richard Brown.

      Assignment of Annuity: Hey/III/iii/3
      PARTIES:
      As Cat No Hey/III/iii/3 but MARTER is now spelt MARTYR.
      SUBJECT of TRANSACTION:
      Onter alia recites cat no. Hey/III/iii/1 and states that in consideration of £300 paid to 1 by 2, 1 asigns to 2 an annuity of £50 pa (part of the said £300).
      Date: 1772.
      Source: Access to Archives (A2A): Not kept at The National Archives.

      Transfer of Annuity (Endorsed on Cat No Hey/III/vi/1 & Hey/III/vi/3)
      PARTIES:
      1a. the within named Murough O'BRYEN, now the Rt Hon Murough Earl of Inchiquin in the Kingdom of Ireland.
      b. Thomas THOMAS of London, Merchant.
      c. Yvon THOMAS of London, Merchant (1b and 1c are Executors of William MARTER, late of Ham.

      Assignment of Remainder of Annuity: (Endorsed on Cat No Hey/III/1 Hey/III/iii/4.
      PARTIES:
      1. The said Lucius Ferdinand CARY
      2. The within named William MARTER.
      SUBJECT of TRANSACTION:
      Recites that 2 had contracted with 1 for the purchase of the further annuity of £50 (part of the said annuity of £250) and in a Deed dated 5th November.
      Date: 1772.
      Source: Access to Archives (A2A): Not kept at The National Archives.




      From Log Entry of the HEIC Vessel "Horsenden"
      Commander Captain William MARTER
      Monday 18th March 1765 At Sea:

      A Pleasant breeze and fair weather AM Put John French Seaman, in Irons on the Deposition of Thomas Branning Soldier who accused him of Beastiality with Cow in order to deliver him up at Madras, to take his Tryall for the said Wicked Offense ... had the cow killed and hove overboard.



      A2A Access to Archives
      East Sussex Record Office: Murton, Clarke and Murton-Neale of Cranbrook and Hawkhurst, solicitors - clients' deeds

      MURTON, CLARKE AND MURTON-NEALE OF CRANBROOK AND HAWKHURST, SOLICITORS - CLIENTS' DEEDS

      Catalogue Ref. AMS6454.

      James Chowne, fifth mate on the East India vessel Horsenden and ["and" in this case means "with" ie William MARTER did not die] William MARTER commander, died on board on 25 August 1765; a copy of the entry in the ship's journal was certified by J Holland of East India House on 21 April 1808 see in: (AMS6454/48/4)

      See also:

      East Sussex Record Office
      Archive of the Gage family of Firle [SAS/G21/1 - SAS/G46/14]
      Copy of certificate of extract from the journal of the East India Co ship Horsenden SAS/G31/177 21 Apr 1808
      These documents are held at East Sussex Record Office

      Contents:
      As to the death of Mr James Chowne, 5th mate, on 25 Aug 1765; J Holland, East India House



      British Library, India Office Records: Marine Department Records [IOR/L/MAR/B/558A - IOR/L/MAR/A/LXXX]

      INDIA OFFICE RECORDS
      Catalogue Ref. IOR
      Creator(s):
      Board of Commissioners for the Affairs of India, 1784-1858
      Burma Office, 1937-1948
      East India Company, 1600-1858
      India Office, 1858-1947

      MARINE DEPARTMENT RECORDS:
      HORSENDEN
      Creation dates: No date
      Scope and Content:

      Built by Wells, launched 1761, 3 decks, 3in bottom, keel 111ft 10½in, breadth 36ft 1in, 774 tons. Principal Managing Owner: John Durand. Voyages: (1) 1761/2 China. Capt William Martyr. Portsmouth 25 Mar 1762 - 12 Sep Whampoa - 28 Dec Second Bar - 15 Apr 1763 St Helena - 15 Jul Downs. (2) 1764/5 Madras and Bengal. Capt William Martyr. Portsmouth 29 Jan 1765 - 18 May Johanna - 24 Jul Madras - 9 Aug Malacca - 22 Sep Whampoa - 30 Jan 1766 Second Bar - 1 Jun St Helena - 25 Aug Downs. (3) 1767/8 Madras and China. Capt Alexander Jameson. Downs 30 Jan 1768 - 21 Apr Cape - 7 Jun Johanna - 6 Jul Madras - 13 Oct Whampoa - 3 Feb 1769 Second Bar - 2 Jun St Helena - 14 Jul Downs. (4) 1770/1 Madras and China. Capt Alexander Jameson. Downs 15 Feb 1771 - 18 May False Bay - 11 Jul Madras - 21 Sep Whampoa - 7 Feb 1772 Second Bar - 21 Apr Cape - 13 May St Helena - 27 Jul Downs.

      SHIPS' JOURNALS [Logs] Ref. IOR/L/MAR/A-B

      HORSENDEN:
      File - Horsenden: Journal - Ref. IOR/L/MAR/B/473A 14 Nov 1761-30 Aug 1763
      File - Horsenden: Ledger - Ref. IOR/L/MAR/B/473E(1) c.1761-c.1763
      File - Horsenden: Pay Book - Ref. IOR/L/MAR/B/473E(2) c.1761-c.1763
      File - Horsenden: Journal - Ref. IOR/L/MAR/B/473B 27 Oct 1764-14 Oct 1766
      File - Horsenden: Ledger - Ref. IOR/L/MAR/B/473F(1) c.1764-c.1766
      File - Horsenden: Pay Book - Ref. IOR/L/MAR/B/473F(2) c.1764-c.1766



      Google Books:
      The Gentleman's Magazine
      Volume XVI, New Series, 1841, July - December
      September, Pages 265-269 inc:

      The London Clubs, Account of Tom's Coffee House
      January 23d. 1768.
      Subscription Room
      Voting on the extension of the Coffee Room to cater for
      increasing membership by taking over the first floor of the
      adjoing houseand to turn the existing room room into a
      Card Room.

      http://books.google.com.au/books?oe=UTF-8&id=qW8WPajL7GIC&q=Martyr#v=onepage&q=Marter&f=false



      Thos THOMAS & Yvon THOMAS, London to Wm. Henry PIGOU, Camby, India
      Correspondence dated the 7th January 1775, Notification of Death of William MARTER, British War Office, Commissariat Dept. Registers, 1791-1889, W.O 61-2, Appointments, Page 147, Chancery Lane, London, England.



      To: Wm. Henry PIGOU, Supercargo at Cambay [in India]

      Herewith we send you a copy of our Relation and friend Mr Wm. MARTER last letter of 24 Decm. 1773. We are extremely sorry to inform you of his death which happened 3 Decemb last by Stroke of Palsey of apoplectic which seized him the day before. He has left a disconsolate widow and six children the last of which is only a few days old [it contnues with directions for payment of accounts] ...
      Signed: Thos. THOMAS, Yvon THOMAS, Executors of Wm. MARTER, deceased.



      The National Archives, Documents on Line, Wills shows:

      Description:Will of William MARTER of Ham, Surrey, England.
      Date Written:7th December 1768.
      Date Proved:4th January 1775.
      Catalogue Ref:PROB 11/1004.
      Department:Records of the Prerogative Court of Canterbury.
      Series:Preroagtive Court of Canterbury & related Probate Juridictions:
      Wills Register.
      Piece:Name of Register: Alexander Quire Number: 1-45.
      Image Reference:173/173.

      The Executors of William MARTER's Will were originally a Thomas THOMAS of London, a Merchant and his brother (in-law?) Peter PIGOU, of Chelsea aforesaid, Esquire. The latter is also named as Capt Peter PIGOU who in a codiclie of 1768 was taken out as an Executor 'he being now abroad beyond the Seas'. The final Executors of William MARTER's will were: Thomas THOMAS, of London and Yvon THOMAS, Merchant of Suffolk.

      Owned properties in Ham Common, Fulham and Kensington.

      Many of the dates associated with the FURNISS branch of the family were obtained from the web site: http://www.gritquoy.com/genealogy/descend using data compiled by Anne HORNER 2005-06 on the program The Next Generation of Genealogy Sitebuilding: Copyright Darrin LYTHGOE 2001-05, Hosted by Signal 100.



      London, Jany 7, 1775
      To: Wm. Henry Pigou
      Supercargo at Camby (India)

      Herewith we send you a coppy of our Relation and friend Mr. Wm. Marter last letter of 24 Decm 1773. We are extremely sorry to inform you of his death which happened 3 Decmb last by Stroke of Palsy of appopletic which seized him the day before. He has left a disconsolate widow and six children the last of which is only a few days old.

      From the circumstances we have not as yet had an opportunity of seeing Mrs. Marter nor of enquiring into his affairs so minutely as we could wish, but finding by some few of his papers that you have or have hadconcerns together in Supines, we have only this opportunity by the Grosvenor, the last ship for your place this season to inform you that we are his Executors and have duly proved his will, and the favour we beg is that what you may have of said Capt. Marter in your hands, may be remitted to us in the most secure and speedy manner; possibly either by paying the same to the Company’s cash (which is what we would prefer) or by Gold or Loans to the
      Swedes or Danes or any other method you may think most proper, giving us full directions in time that we may insure the amount. We think our friend, Mr. Marter, objected to any of our own Captains or officers. We writte to several of Capt. Marters friends by this occasion, viz: to Mr. Thos. Hutton, separately and jointly with you, and to Messr. Crichton & Dyce.

      We shall be much obliged to you if, in answer, you will send us Capt. Marters accounts & if by chance we should err in anything that you will impute it to our not having as yet better information. We sincerely wish you the compliments of the season and all health and happiness and remain.

      Your most ob. Hob. Servs
      /s/ Thos. Thomas
      /s/ Yvon Thomas
      Executors of Wm. Marter, deceased


      Our Thomas Thomas has the honour of your Fathers acquaintenance and he has promised to recommend Capt. Marter’s affairs to you if he can meet with [us] before this goes probably will put a little addition to this. Since the above is written we have this day seen Mr. F. U. R. Pigou, your Father, who has told us he had written you
      particularly as to Capt. Marters affairs and offered to meet any addition we desired, but we thought it needless and therefore did not ask it of him.


      The letter to Mr. Hutton varies:

      . . . several of Capt. Marters friends by this occasion viz: to Mr. Wm. Hy. Pigou separately and jointly with you, the Messrs. Crichton & Dyce. We shall be much obliged to you if in answer you will send us Capt. Marter’s account, and if by chance we should err in any way that you impute it to our not having as yet better information. We have the pleasure of being well acquainted with your friend Mr. Farquharson and, had we thought of it in time, would have gottn a recommendation to but we find he is not at Bath. However, we imagine he will have wrote by this or some other Ship (of this season) the Death of Capt. Marter. We wish you long life, health and Happiness and are fully ......



      To be SOLD by AUCTION
      By Mess. LANGFORD
      At their House in the Great Piazza, Covent Garden,
      on Wednesday the 19th of July, at One o'Clock,
      by Order of the Executors

      THE VILLA of WILLIAM MARTER, Esq., deceased, situate at HAM COMMON, near RICHMOND, in the County of Surrey; consisting of a new and elegant Mansion, with compleat Offices, beautiful Gardens, with Green-house, etc. and also about 10 Acres of Land in two Inclosures. The said Premises are held for a Term of 21 Years from Midsummer 1769, subject to the Payment of a Rent Charge of only 105l. per Annum.
      Printed Particulars of which may be had in a few Days; and the Premises may be viewed every Day (Sunday excepted) from Twelve till Two, by Tickets, which may be had of Mess. Langford aforesaid.

      Source: Newspaper, Public Advertiser, Tuesday, July 11, 1775, London, Middlesex
      online at http://newspaperarchive.com/public-advertiser/1775-07-11/page-3/



      The National Archives, Documents on Line, Wills shows:

      Description:Will of William MARTER of Ham, Surrey, England.
      Date Written:7th December 1768.
      Date Proved:4th January 1775.
      Catalogue Ref:PROB 11/1004.
      Department:Records of the Prerogative Court of Canterbury.
      Series:Preroagtive Court of Canterbury & related Probate Juridictions:
      Wills Register.
      Piece:Name of Register: Alexander Quire Number: 1-45.
      Image Reference:173/173.

      The Executors of William MARTER's Will were originally a Thomas THOMAS of London, a Merchant and his brother (in-law?) Peter PIGOU, of Chelsea aforesaid, Esquire. The latter is also named as Capt Peter PIGOU who in a codiclie of 1768 was taken out as an Executor 'he being now abroad beyond the Seas'. The final Executors of William MARTER's will were: Thomas THOMAS, of London and Yvon THOMAS, Merchant of Suffolk.

      Owned properties in Ham Common, Fulham and Kensington.

      Many of the dates associated with the FURNISS branch of the family were obtained from the web site: http://www.gritquoy.com/genealogy/descend using data compiled by Anne HORNER 2005-06 on the program The Next Generation of Genealogy Sitebuilding: Copyright Darrin LYTHGOE 2001-05, Hosted by Signal 100.



      To Nicholson & Brown, Dr.

      For the funeral of Mr. William Marter buried at the Parish of St. Martin in the Fields, the 13th December, 1774.

      An inside elm coffin, lin’d and ruffled with fine crape. A strong outside leaden coffin )
      with lead plate of Inscription soder’d on a large elm case to enclose the two coffins )
      cover’d with superfine black cloth, a double lead plate of Inscription, chas’d and gilt.) 4 pair of contrast handles, finish’d with 2 rows of the best large brass nails,
      and ornamented with shield drops.)13 130

      To the use of a Shell. and 2 men in with do. 40
      A superfine shroud sheet and pillows all handsomely pink’d2 20
      A quilted crape mattrass 120
      5 men to carry in lead Coffin 76
      4 do. to carry in outside case 60
      Use of black Trussells 20
      Plumbers to soder up, dust screws, and making up the Body 76
      2 very rich silk Scarves for Ministers32/- 34
      8 best alamode hatbands7/63 00
      6 pair mens best laid gloves4/61 70
      3 pair of mens best black kid do.2/2 66
      Use of 4 fine clokes for mourners2/- 80
      Use of best velvet Pall 100
      A coffin lid of best black ostrich feathers 150
      Man to carry do. 26
      Bands and gloves for do. 36
      The passage hung in Mourning and taking down do. 11
      2 Conductors properly equipt with Scarves and Staves cover’d with Silk 120
      Bands and gloves for do. 70
      A Hearse and four horses1 10
      2 Coaches and pairs11/-1 20
      Best black ostrich feathers,for horses and fring’d velvet to cover do.33 00
      3 Clokes for coachmen3 00
      Bands and gloves for do.3/6 106
      8 Hearse pages with caps and truncheons2/61 00
      6 of them to bare the Body 90
      8 pair of gloves for do. 80
      4 Coach pages with wands2/6 100
      Bands and gloves for do.3/6 140
      Man to assist and attend the funeral 40
      Bands and gloves for do. 36
      Gloves for Sexton at Allhallows and St, Martin in the Fields 40
      Paid Searchers 26
      Certificate and Affidavir 20
      Tickets of Invitation seal’d and deliver’d 50
      Paid the Parish dues of St. Martins as per bill6 120
      Do. of Allhallows 170
      Do. for the use of Flambeaux of St. Martins 30
      Total: 47 106


      Jill SANDOE writes:

      “Captain William Marter was employed by the East India Co. (British).
      He was captain of the ship Horsenden for two trips to China and India. We
      know nothing of William’s childhood. He was married 14 Jan 1764 at St.
      Margarets, Westminster, and buried at St. Martin in the Fields (overlooking
      Trafalgar Square). If he is the William I think, his uncle left him his money, his
      father having died before that and William was a minor. Bearing in mind that
      William died of an apoplectic fit within the same day or two as his son, Thomas
      Peter was born, would indicate an early death making him about forty-five. It
      does fit. I tried to find a note of his age in the India Company Records Office at
      Blackfriars, London, but he was of too early a date to have that information
      down. “Captain William lived at Ham, Surrey, which was a very posh place in
      those days as it was next to Richmond where the King stayed. I think the key
      may lie there. Incidentally, I contacted a present day Pigou now living in Norfolk,
      who told me the family lived at Ham until they retired to Norfolk. Unfortunately,
      Ham is a bit too near Heathrow these days. “I believe Captain William Marter’s
      parents to have been William Richard Marter and his wife, Marie Anne Gibert
      of Huguenot descent. Captain William willed 50 £s each to his aunts, Hester,
      Elizabeth and Susannah Gibert —and Marie Anne had corresponding
      sisters,Esther, Suzanne and Elizabeth. However, that is the only pointer to that
      family. William Richard had brothers, Allen and Nicholas, and they were, I
      believe, the sons of Peter Marter. Allen leaves most of his money to his nephew,
      Capt. William, son of his late brother and his wife who appears in his will as
      both Mary Ann and Marian.”


      “Captain Marter had a coat of arms which he used, but I have not been able to discover to whom it was originally granted. I did write to the College of Arms as long ago as 1966, but they wanted £600 in those days to look… Of course, we have to bear in mind that he may have borrowed another family’s arms, although I have no reason as yet to think so. It is not the same as those of the Guildford families, the one he used is:


      MARTER;

      Argent an eagle displayed within a double tressure flory counterflory Gules, on a chief quarterly Or, and of the second, a rose between two lions rampant in fesse
      counterchanged.

      Crest: A griffin segreant Or, wings endorsed Azure, supporting a rose Gules stalked and leaved Vert.

      “I got this from the General Armoury. It does not appear in either Burkes or Debretts or in later editions of the General Armoury and there is nothing to say where it was granted. It would have been quite possible for a merchant to be granted arms in the time of Queen Elizabeth, especially if he was a sailor.”


      Prerogative Court of Canterbury:
      Will of WILLIAM MARTER, SURRY

      Excerpted by BROOKS MARKETING LTD., Norma D. Dummer

      i, william marter of the parish of ham in the county of surry (sic) esquire do
      make and ordain this to be my last Will and Testament in manner following that is to say…
      … my dear wife all my jewels, plate, linen, pictures, china, goods and household furniture
      whatsoever…
      … my very good friends thomas thomas of london, MERCHANT and PETER
      PIGOU of CHELSEA aforesaid, ESQUIRE
      … my said dear wife FIVE THOUSAND POUNDS for the benefit of
      … my two daughters which I now have living by my said dear wife and other children as I
      may happen to have living at the time of my death or borne in the time after my decease
      equally to be divided between and amongst them (at 21, or marriage over 18 with
      consent of wife and THOMAS THOMAS and PETER PIGOU



      The National Archives, Documents Online:
      Image Details:

      Description:Will of William Marter of Ham, Surrey [England]
      Date:04 January 1775
      Catalogue Reference:PROB 11/1004
      DeptRecords of the Preroative Court of Canterbury
      Series:Preroative Court of Canterbury & related Probate Jurisdictions: Will Registers
      Piece:Name of Register: Alexander Quire Number: 1-45
      Image Reference:173/173