DACKOMBE Chart 0800

This is a Chart for Aquila Dackombe and Arabella Castell (Castle)

 

married
31st March 1766?
St Matthew
 Bethnal Green
witnesses
James MASHEE
Sarah MASHEE

 
 

1
AQUILA DACKOMBE
born  
1746
baptised  
21st December 1746
St Botolph, Aldgate, London
occupation 
 1768 Pewterer
died
December 1819
High Street, Aldgate, London

 

2
ARABELLA CASTELL (CASTLE)
born about 
1750
buried
9th May 1813
St Giles without Cripplegate
City of London
London


3
Aquila
DACKOMBE

born
10th October 1768
baptised
30th October 1768
St. Giles
Cripplegate
London
died
Smallpox
buried
3rd January
1772
St Giles
Cripplegate
London

4
John
DACKOMBE

born
27th June 1770
baptised
15th July 1770
St. Giles
Cripplegate
London
died
1785

5
Aquila
DACKOMBE

born
8th February 1772
baptised
18th March 1772
St Giles
Cripplegate
London
died
December
1819

6
Susanna
Jane
DACKOMBE

baptised?
29th May 1773
(? this family)

7
Mary
DACKOMBE

baptised
24th September
1775
St Ann
Blackfriars
London

married
13th June 1808
St Andrew by
the Wardrobe
witnesses
Aquila
DACKOMBE
Frances
KEYNOCK
Hannah
DACKOMBE
Edward
KEYNOCK

born
St Ann
Blackfriars
London

8
Daniel
DACKOMBE

born
1777
baptised
6th January 1778
St Ann, Blackfriars, London
died
6.00 a.m.
30th July 1843
5 Grosvenor Street
Walworth, Surrey

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

9
Jane
DACKOMBE

born
1780
St Ann
Blackfriars
London
buried
6th January 1782
St Ann
Blackfriars
London
(lower ground)
aged 2 years

10
Charles
DACKOMBE

born
September 
1783
baptised
14th September 1783
St Ann
Blackfriars
London
buried
26th March 1784
St Ann
Blackfriars
London
(lower ground)
aged 6 months

11
Hannah
DACKOMBE

baptised
4th December
1785
St Ann
Blackfriars
London

married
26th August 1821
St Matthew
Bethnal Green
London
witnesses
Ralph BOLAM
Mary Ann BOLAM
Harriet
CODDE
Thomas
FENDICK



           
  1. 8th October 1761 Thomas Swanson presents Aquila Dackombe son of Aquila Dackombe of the Parish of St. Gregory. Pewterer no money. (Freedom) 1768 Aquila Dackombe of the parish of St. Gregory. Pewterer no money. (Freedom). 17th June 1773 A petition of Aquila Dackombe Liveryman of this Company praying a remission of his Livery Fine that he may and thereby be able to make such provision for himself and his family as the exigencies of his affairs may absolutely require was read. And after debates and hearing what the said Mr. Dackombe had to allege in support of his petition the Question was put by the Master whether the said Mr. Dackombe should have his Livery Fine returned. It was carried in the affirmative and is ordered accordingly and it is further ordered that upon payment of the said Fine the Clerk of the Company do strike the name of the said Mr. Dackombe out of the Company's books as a Liveryman of this Company. 7th December 1801 Ordered that Mr. Aquilla Dackombe a Freeman of this Company be elected upon the Livery of this Company upon paying of the usual Fees: and being called into the Court and acquainting thereof by the master he accepted the same and paid the fine of 20 to the Renter Warden and 13/4 for the fees of the Clerk in Court and thereupon cloathed. 20th August 1818 - General Court Mr. Aquila Dackomber, Mr. Henry Carpenter, Mr Edward Lockwood were put in nomination for office of Master: Elected Master, Mr. Aquila Dackombe. Upper Warden Mr. Edward Lockwood. Aquila Dackombe served through 1818, 1819 until on 23rd September 1819 Mr. George Cooper was declared Master elect. Aquila Dackombe died December 1819. 
    In July 2004 Geoffrey Mann gave me the following information regarding the Apprenticsehip of Aquila DACKOMBE
    Aquila DACKOMBE son of Aquila DACKOMBE of he parish of St Gregory, London, pewterer, apprenticed to Thomas SWANSON Citizen and pewterer of London ___ (no money) [ref CFI955] [on the reverse:] Inrolled 22 July 1762; 27 Octobert1768 presented by Edward TOMS, warden
    October 1768 Aquila DACKOMBE pewterer admitted Freeman S [= by servitude ie after apprenticeship]
    On 11th June 2003, Geoffrey Mann emailed me with the marriage information for Aquilla and Arabella, which finally solved the details of this marriage, both said they were of this parish which they were not.
  2. I have put parenthesis around (5) and (CASTLE) because I believe the information that I have from a Mrs MANN in the USA relates to this marriage, but she has shown the husband as a ROBERT which he definitely was not.
    On 11th June 2003, Geoffrey Mann emailed me with the marriage information for Aquilla and Arabella, which finally solved the details of this marriage, both said they were of this parish which they were not.
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  8. 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
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