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Family of Joshua Pembroke and Anne Constable

Husband: Joshua Pembroke ( -1740)
Wife: Anne Constable ( -1761)
Children: George Pembroke (c. 1714-1793)
Marriage 9 Oct 1712 Saint Katherine By The Tower, London

Husband: Joshua Pembroke

Name: Joshua Pembroke
Sex: Male
Father: William Pembroke ( -1708)
Mother: Mary Flindell (1657-1724)
Occupation 11 Aug 1731 Appointed Receiver General for Taxes for Herts (see notes)
Death 1740 St Albans, Hertfordshire

Wife: Anne Constable

Name: Anne Constable
Sex: Female
Father: -
Mother: -
Will 26 Feb 1741/42 Date of will (see notes)
Death 1761 St Albans, Hertfordshire
Burial 1 Jul 1761 St Albans Abbey, Hertfordshire
Probate 2 Jul 1761 Probate to son George Pembroke

Child 1: George Pembroke

Name: George Pembroke
Sex: Male
Spouse: Adria Osborn (c. 1718-1788)
Birth c. 1714
Occupation Receiver General for the County of Hertford and Borough of St. Albans
Will 17 Aug 1790 (age 75-76) Date of will (see notes)
Death 14 Dec 1793 (age 78-79) Reading, Berkshire
Probate 18 Dec 1793 Probate to son, William Pembroke
Burial 20 Dec 1793 St Giles, Reading, Berkshire

Note on Husband: Joshua Pembroke

11 Aug 1731: Appointed Receiver General for Taxes for Herts.

From: Calendar of Treasury Books and Papers, Volume 2, William A. Shaw (editor), 1898 (British History Online)


Text: Pembroke. Joshua, jurisc., St. Albans. May 1740. (L.M. 249.)

Book: Obituary Prior to 1800 (as far as Relates to England, Scotland, and Ireland), Compiled by Sir William Musgrave, 6th Bart., of Hayton Castle, Co. Cumberland, and Entitled by him "A General Nomenclator and Obituary, with Referrence to the Books Where the Persons are Mentioned, and Where some Account of their Character is to be Found."

Collection: England, Scotland, Ireland: Musgrave's Obituaries Prior To 1800, Part 5

Source: Ancestry

Note on Wife: Anne Constable

Will of Anne Pembroke of St Albans in the County of Hertford widow, infirm in body, 26 Feb 1742. To son George Pembroke of St Albans Esquire all my messuages lands tenements tythes and hereditaments whatsoever and wheresoever; to son George Pembroke my leasehold estate in Castle Street London and also my personal estate. Son George Pembroke sole exec.

Witnesses: W Hunt, Jonas Harding, John Bentley.

Codicil 16 Dec 1756, to be interred in the Abbey Church in St Albans as near to the remains of my late dear husband Joshua Pembroke Esquire deceased as conveniently may be.

Witnesses: W Firth, J K Knowlton, James Archer

Proved at London with Codicil annexed to George Pembroke Esquire the son, 2 Jul 1761.