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Family of Nathaniel Pembroke and Bethia Hathwell

Husband: Nathaniel Pembroke ( -bef1765)
Wife: Bethia Hathwell (1690-1716)
Children: Nathaniel Pembroke (bef1716-1767)
Marriage 22 Mar 1713/14 Saint Katherine By The Tower, London

Husband: Nathaniel Pembroke

Name: Nathaniel Pembroke
Sex: Male
Father: William Pembroke ( -1708)
Mother: Mary Flindell (1657-1724)
Will 18 Feb 1713/14 Mentioned in will of John Hathwell, father-in-law
Occupation 21 Apr 1721 Tallow chandler, of Chertsey
Death bef 1765 Chertsey, Surrey

Wife: Bethia Hathwell

Name: Bethia Hathwell
Sex: Female
Father: -
Mother: -
Birth 25 Feb 1689/90 Chertsey, Surrey
Death 1716 (age 25-26) Chertsey, Surrey

Child 1: Nathaniel Pembroke

Name: Nathaniel Pembroke
Sex: Male
Spouse: Jane Attfield (1727-1769)
Birth bef 1716
Will 25 Dec 1733 (age 16-17) Witness to will of Nathaniel Attfield
Will 3 Jan 1748/49 (age 32-33) Witness to will of John Brown of Chertsey
Occupation 10 Feb 1758 (age 41-42) -; Grocer and tallow chandler, Chertsey (Deposition re will of Sarah Brown of Weybridge)
Will 28 Feb 1766 (age 49-50) Mentioned in will of John Cox, wife's brother-in-law
Will 27 Jan 1767 (age 50-51) Date of will
Occupation 1767 (age 50-51) -; Tallow chandler, of Chertsey
Death 1767 (age 50-51) Chertsey, Surrey
Burial 4 Mar 1767 St Peter, Chertsey, Surrey
Probate 24 Apr 1767 Probate to John Vincent & Richard Mapletoft

Note on Husband: Nathaniel Pembroke

Pembroke, St Albans, Herts, & Chertsey, Surrey; confirmed by patent dated 7 Feb 1771 to George Pembroke Esq of St Albans and the descendants of his father Joshua Pembroke Esq of the same place and of Lincoln's Inn, and to those of his uncle Nathaniel Pembroke of Chertsey, Surrey. William Pembroke of St Albans, only surviving son of the said George, and Charles Pembroke of Chertsey, grandson of the said Nathaniel, were respectively Esquires to Sir Robert Keith Murray K.P. 1772 and to Sir Philip Francis K.P. 1812. The pedigree is traced to William Pembroke, Burgess of Bristol, who died in 1417.

Source. Burke's General Armory, 1878, page 788


Nathaniel Pembroke, burials at St Peter, Chertsey:

21.3.1760 & 25.1.1765

No indication of which is which!