DACKOMBE Chart 0700

This is a Chart for Daniel Dackombe and Ann Harding

 

married
4th November 1798
St Matthew
Bethnal Green
London
witnesses
Sarah JENNINGS
Samuel AMES

 
 

1
DANIEL DACKOMBE
born
 1777 
baptised
 
6th January 1778 
St Ann, Blackfriars, London
occupations  
2nd April 1800 Clothworker 
(1800 Freedom of Worshipful Company of 
Clothworkers (or City of London)
Pewterer, Printer
Gentleman, 
at death
1813 Printer
 1843 Printer at the Stamp Office
died  
6.00 a.m., 30th July 1843 of Apoploxy
5 Grosvenor Street Walworth, Surrey
present at death George DACKOMBE of Orchard Street, Clapham, Surrey
will dated
 7th August 1839 
proved
 20th August 1843
 (see Will section of Web Site for transcription)
buried
7th August 1843
St Giles without Cripplegate
City of London, London

 

2
ANN HARDING

born 1779
died  
4.00 p.m, 13th December 1838 
at Grosvenor Street Cottage, Walworth, Surrey
of Cancer in the Womb
May Bud, Present at the death
8 Lucans? Street, East Street Walworth
Grosvenor Street Cottage, Walworth, Surrey


3
Daniel
DACKOMBE

born
19th December 1800
Great New Street
Walworth
Surrey
baptised
11th January
1801
St Sepulchre
London

married
15th January
1822
St John
Horsleydown
Southwark
Surrey
witnesses
Daniel
DACKOMBE
William
SARDS
Mary
Ann
ROOK
4
Arabella
DACKOMBE

born

22 April 1803
baptised

22nd May
1803
St Mary
Newington
Surrey
died 
14th June 1832
Hampton Street
Elephant and Castle

married

28th November
1821
Christchurch
Blackfriars
London
witnesses
Charles CHARMAN
Lewis
TROUGHTON
Christopher
BROOKBANKS
5
Sarah
DACKOMBE

born
16th March 1805
baptised
18th May 1806
St Mary
Newington
Surrey
6
John
DACKOMBE

born

12th February 1810
baptised

15th April
1810
St Mary
Newington
Surrey
died

1827
7
Susanna Jane
DACKOMBE

born

18th
December
1812
private baptism

25th December
1812
St Mary
Newington
Surrey
baptised
25th July
1812
St Mary
Newington
Surrey
died about
1850

married
8th August
1836
St Mark
Kennington
London
Richard
SANDERS

8
Aquila
Richard
DACKOMBE

born
 
26th March 1815 
baptised

22nd October 1815 
St Mary Newington Surrey

married  
Ann Elizabeth HARRISON
9
Robert
DACKOMBE

born

16th March
1818 
baptised

14th June 1818
St Mary Newington Surrey
died  
1871

married
14th July 1835
St Matthew
Brixton, Surrey
witnesses
Richard SAUNDERS
Susan SAUNDERS
banns
26th June 1835
St Matthew
Brixton, Surrey
Sarah
CROFT

10
Ann Maria
DACKOMBE
  born
4th July 1821
baptised

23rd September 1821
St Mary
Newington
Surrey
died  
1903

married
March quarter
1852
St Pancras
district
Charles William
CARMAN
11
Matilda
DACKOMBE

born
9th October 1826
Grosvenor Street
Walworth
Surrey
baptised
29th October
1826
St Mary Newington Surrey
died
7th August 1915
Aurora, Missouri, U.S.A.

  married  
 19th July 1848 
St Mary Newington Surrey
witnesses
Joseph
HARRIS
Ann Maria
DACKOMBE
Thomas LUPTON  
   
  1. 1842/43 - 5 Grosvenor Street, Walworth, Surrey
    Extract of Will of Daniel Dackombe, dated 7th August 1939 Proved 20th August 1843 Grosvenor Street, Camberwell, Gentleman. 1 Bequeaths to son Daniel Dackombe all of his leasehold estate situate and being in George Street, Walworth, 2 To his two daughter, Ann Maria and Matilda Dackombe, all his leasehold estate situate and being in Grosvenor Street, Parish of St May Newington (where he now resides) together with the household goods, pictures, place and all other contents. 3 To John Mullins of North Brixton, Surveyor, all his freehold estates and Joseph Richardson of Ashtead, Surrey, Gentleman, and thier heirs appointed as Trustees for son Daniel and his heirs. 3A In default of male heirs of Daniel then Aquila Richard to inherit. 3B Indefault of male heirs of Aquila Richard then Robert to inherit. 3C In default of male heirs then to the use of all and every his daughters, Susannah Jane Saunders, Ann Maria Dackombe and Matilda Dackombe equally divided. (4) Daniel Dackombe Sole Executor. Witnessed by I Kempster, Kempster Lane, Lambeth, William Hepburn 61 London Street, Reading 
    Details of Freedom of Worshipful Company of Clothworkers as follows:
    Daniel Dackombe son of Aquilar, of alte appr. of Richard Shaw Cit. was admitted into the freedom afore said and sworn in the Mayoralty of Harvey Christian Combe Esq. Major and Richard Clark Esq. Chamberlain and is entered in the book signed with the letter D relating Clothworker to the purchasing of freedoms and he admissions of freeman (to wit) the 2 day of April in the 40 years of the Reign of King George the Third and in the Year of our Lord 1800 in London.
    Witness whereof the Seal of the office of the said City is herwith affixed dated in the Chamber of the Guild Hall of the same city the day and year abovesaid. 
    The full will of Daniel Dackombe is to be found under the Will section of this Web Site
  2. 1838 - Grosvenor Street Cottage, Walworth, Surrey
  3. 1841 Census - George Street, St Mary, Newington, Surrey
    Last Will and Testament of Daniel Dackombe[t] of Spring Cottage, George St, Walworth, Surrey, gentleman. To my wife Mary Ann Dackombe, the leasehold house where I live with furniture and effects during her life. She may not sell or mortgage same. After her death to be sold and divided equally between my children. Rest and residue to my wife, appointed sole executor. Witnessed by Aquila Richard Dackombe, Robert Dackombe 16th December 1843 Proved 24th February 1844.
    Daniel was the last in the line to own land. He disposed of it around 1850. The Dackombe family owned land not only in Ashtead, but in Beckenham, Kent, Denbighshire and other parts of the country. This disposal of the land at Ashtead was the last of their holdings. The full text about this can be found through this Section of the relevant section of this Web Site.
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  7. 1813 George Street, Walworth London. It shows on the baptism in July that she had a private baptism in the December of the previous year
  8. 1841 Census - Bayton Place, St Peters, Newington, Surrey - Down as DEACKOMTE on this Census. There was a Martha HARRISON down as aged 15 with the family.
    1851 Census - Tug Mutton? Farnborough, Kent
    1861 Census -  8 Brunswick Place, Stepney, London
    ??? 77 Driffield Road
    The following sent to me by Marlene Haresign in America on 16th July 2003 is a document relating to Aquilla Richard. It is either a document relating to the Worshipful Company of Clothworkers or is a document for the Freedom of the City of London.
    Acquilla Richard Dackombe, Son of Daniel Dackombe, citiz Clothworker was admitted into the freedom aforesaid and sworn in the Mayoralty of William Taylor Copeland Esq. Mayor of London and Sir James Shan, Bart. Chamberlain and is entered in the book signed with the letter F relating to the purchasing of freedoms and the admissions of freemen (to wit) the 2 day of June in the 6 year of the reign of King William the Fourth and in the year of our Lord 1836. In witness whereof the Seal of the office of Chamberlain of the said city it herewith affixed Dated in the chamber of the Guildhall of the same city the day and year above said.
    Administration of Aquila Richard Dackombe, 1st December 1870, Effects under 50 of the personal effect of Aquila Richard Dackombe formerly of 77 Driffield Row but late of 81 Stanhope Street, Hampstead Road, both in the County of Middlesex, Gentleman and Bachelor, deceased who died 26th March 1870 at 81 Stanhope Street, aforesaid were granted at the Principal Registry to Robert Dackombe of 3 Inglethorp Grove, Gelngall Grove, Old Kent Road, in the County of Surrey, Omnibus Driver, the brother and one of the next of kin of the said deceased, he having been first survivor.
  9. 1841 Census - Orchard Street, Clapham, Surrey
    1851 Census - North Street, Wandsworth, Surrey
    1860 and 1870, 1871 - 3 Inglethorp Grove, Glengall Grove, Old Kent Road
    London Gazette Issue 21581 published on the 11 August 1854. Page 23 of 42
    NOTICE is hereby given, that the Partnership heretofore subsisting between us the undersigned, John Howes and Robert Dackombe, both of Clapham, Mitcham, and Merton, in the county of Surrey, Omnibus Proprietors, carrying on business under the firm of Dackombe and Howes and Howes and Dackombe; is this day dissolved by mutual consent. Dated this day 7th of August, 1854.
    John Howes.
    Robert Dackombe,
  10. 1861 Census  - 12 Warren Street, S. Pancras, Middlesex, London
    1871 Census - 81 Stanhope Street, St Pancras, London, Middlesex
    1881 Census - 81 Stanhope Street, St Pancras, London, Middlesex.
    On 13th April 2005 I had access to "The Times" and the when doing a search for Dackombe the following came up which I think is related to these people. If so it is possible, that one of them had died and this was a Probate case, or they were divorced. I will have to look into it further. The information in "The Times" for 5th November 1870 reads as follows:
    Court of Probate and Divorce, Westminster-11 (Before the Right Hon. Lord Penzance) (without juries) Probate Causes.-Stephenson and another v. Hudson and another part heard - CARMAN v. DACKOMBE - Pearson and another v. Benson
  11. 1860 U S Census Place: Cleveland Ward 6, Cuyahoga, Ohio; Roll: M653_952; Page: 0; Image: 60. (down as SUPTON on the Ancestry.com index)
    1870 US Census - Cleveland Ward 6, Cuyahoga, Ohio
    1880 US Census - INDEX SHOWS THEM AS LEPTON ON THIS CENSUS - Warwick, Cecil, Maryland. I am certain that this is the right family on the 1880 Census, but the occupations have changed drastically, they also show Lance as a daughter and Florence as a son.
    1900 US Census - Piney, Texas, Missouri
    1910 US Census - LUPTEN ON THIS CENSUS - 1-Wd Aurora, Lawrence, Missouri 
    The marriage settlement of Matilda Dackombe and Thomas Lupton is printed out in full on the Section titled Marriage Settlement on this Web Site.

    There is a burial of an Aquilla DACKOMBE 1st February 1799 in St Sepulchre, Holborn aged 1 month. The family above is at the present time the only family he could belong to. They lived on the south side of the Thames for most of their lives but did marry in Bethnal Green, so it is just possibly that they had their first child in Holborn. 

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