DACKOMBE Chart 0900

This is a Chart for Aquila Dackombe and Jane Webb

married
17th February 1739
Fleet Prison
(Gent of St Martin)
 

1
AQUILA DACKOMBE
born  
1720
died 1783
buried
19th November 1783
St Botolph without Aldgate
London

 

2
JANE WEBB
born


3
John
DACKOMBE

born
17th June 1742
baptised
6th February 1742
St Martins in the
Fields
London
will
1785 John
seaman on
HMS Sultan
admon to brother
Acquila

4
Mary
DACKOMBE

born
High Street
Aldgate, London
baptised
19th May 1745
St Botolph
Aldgate, London
died
High Street
Aldgate, London
buried
18th March 1748
High Street
North
Aldgate

5
Aquila
DACKOMBE

born
High Street
Aldgate, London
1746
baptised
21st December
1746
St Botolph
Aldgate, London

married
31st March 1766
St Matthew
 Bethnal Green
witnesses
James MASHEE
Sarah MASHEE
Arabella
CASTELL
(CASTLE)

6
Priscilla
DACKOMBE

baptised
31st July 1748
St Botolph
Aldgate, London
alive
1762
High Street
Aldgate, London

married
(banns)
8th April 1765
St Andrew
City of London
London
witnesses
Aquila DACKOMBE
Aquila DACKOMBE Jnr
William
LOOKER

7
Margaret
DACKOMBE

baptised
28th January 1749
St Botolph
Aldgate, London
died
High Street
Aldgate, London
buried
28th October 1752

8
Jane
DACKOMBE

baptised
11th February 1752
St Botolph
Aldgate, London
address
High Street
Aldgate, London

married
(licence)
10th February 1776
St Dunstan in the West
City of London
London
witnesses
John CLEAVER
Ann LINES??
William
REDDISH
widower

9
Robert
DACKOMBE

baptised
26th July 1754
St Botolph
Aldgate, London
address
High Street
Aldgate, London

10
George
DACKOMBE
baptised
18th July 1756
St George the
Martyr
Southwark
London
           
  1. The following relates to the information we have about Aquila’s involvement with the Worshipful Company of Pewterers. – 20th March 1734 Thomas Wheeler present Aquila Dackombe son of John Dackombe of Wrexham in the County of Denbigh gentl. 17th June 1742 Aquila Dackomb bound apprentice of Thomas Wheeler turned over to John Carpenter. 28th November 1746 Mr Aquila Dacomb attended, accepted the cloathing and was cloathed accordingly £20. 
    Aquila Dacombe and his wife Jane and their children are named in the Will of his Uncle, Robert Dackombe. It actually leaves a lot of money to the children of Aquilla which I suspect was because he had debts and this was to help the surviving children. The Will of Robert is to be found in the Will section of this Web Site.
    Using the Web I also found the Item printed as part of this footnote which  definitely relates to this Aquilla. I do not know the meaning of it as yet. However as Great Carter lane is mentioned in the Will of Robert and it appears here to an Aquila Dackombe it must be the same person. 
    Dackombe
    (Male) 
    Address(es): Great Carter Lane
    Date: 1772 
    Subscribed to England’s Bloody Tribunal: or, Popish Cruelty Displayed. Containing a compleat Account of the Lives, Religious Principles, Cruel Persecutions, Sufferings, Tortures, and Triumphant Deaths, Of the Most Pious English Protestant Martyrs, Who have sealed the Faith of our Holy Religion with their Blood. Exhibiting A full View of Popery, with all its superstitious and horrid Practices; and tending to promote the Protestant Religion, by displaying the Errors of Popish Idolatry, and confirming the true Believer in the Faith of Our Blessed Redeemer, who was crucified for our Sins, and rase again for our Justification, and now sitteth at the Right Hand of God, making Intercession for us. To which is added, A faithful Narrative of the many horrid Cruelties and Persecutions that have been inflicted by the Roman Catholics on the Protestants of Scotland, Ireland, France, and Germany. With A particular Description of the various Tortures and Barbarities, that are practised by the Inquisition in Different Parts of the World. Also The Lives of the Primitive Reformers, whose Effigies are given in the Frontispiece to the Work. Together with A full and plain Refutation of the Errors of the Romish Church, laid down in such a Manner as to enable the unlearned Protestants to confute the chief Arguments of the most artful Popish Priests and their Emissaries. By the Reverend Matthew Taylor, D.D. By the King’s Authority, 1772, TAYLOR, Matthew. London
    Subject: history, religion 
    Geoffrey MANN sent the additional information regarding Aquila DACKOMBE and his apprenticeship in July 2003
    Aquila DACKOMBE son of John DACKOMBE late of Wrexham in the County of Denby, Gent, Deceased, apprenticed to Thomas WHEELER, Citizen and pewterer of London for 7 years in the sum of £31 10/- [on reverse] 22 June 1738, the within named Aquila DACKOMBE was turned over to John CARPENNER Citizen and pewterer at a Court of Assise --- [attached] Memorandum that of Saturday 28 July 11th year of George II it was considered by a court before the Mayor and Aldreman of the City of London in the Guildhall that the apprentice named be wholly discharged from the William HOUGHTON and Isaac HANCKELL executors of the Thomas WHEELER deceased and be turned over to some other Freeman.
    Public Record Office Information - The Fleet Marriage Registers of clandestine marriages that took place in London covering the period 1667-1777. There are some 400,000 entries in the registers (including some baptisms) performed at the Fleet prison, Mayfair chapel and the Kings bench prison amongst others.
    Geoffrey MANN contacted me by email on 11th June 2003 with the information for this marriage. He writes on his email; this is the Aquilla who was in such money trouble so perhaps the Fleet Prison was a cheap wedding option.
    A clandestine marriage was a marriage conducted by a clergyman without requirement of banns or license. These marriages were normally performed outside the home parishes of the bride and groom and often took place in prison chapels. The most notorious of them all was in the chapel at the Fleet prison in London.
  2. Public Record Office Information - The Fleet Marriage Registers of clandestine marriages that took place in London covering the period 1667-1777. There are some 400,000 entries in the registers (including some baptisms) performed at the Fleet prison, Mayfair chapel and the Kings bench prison amongst others.
    Geoffrey MANN contacted me by email on 11th June 2003 with the information for this marriage. He writes on his email; this is the Aquilla who was in such money trouble so perhaps the Fleet Prison was a cheap wedding option.
    A clandestine marriage was a marriage conducted by a clergyman without requirement of banns or license. These marriages were normally performed outside the home parishes of the bride and groom and often took place in prison chapels. The most notorious of them all was in the chapel at the Fleet prison in London.
  3. I think this admon belongs to this John as only one I can find with a brother Aquilla of the correct age.
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  5. 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.
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