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Family of John Seabrook and Jane Anthony

Husband: John Seabrook ( -1803)
Wife: Jane Anthony (1735-1825)
Marriage 20 May 1772 St Clement Danes, Westminster

Husband: John Seabrook

Name: John Seabrook
Sex: Male
Father: -
Mother: -
Occupation 28 Jul 1802 Painter & glazier, Saffron Hill, St Andrews Holborn, Middlesex (will)
Will 28 Jul 1802 Date of will (see notes)
Death 1803 Holborn, London

Wife: Jane Anthony

Name: Jane Anthony
Sex: Female
Father: Daniel Anthony ( -1740)
Mother: Mary Attfield (1704-aft1763)
Birth 1735 Ealing, Middlesex
Baptism 10 Feb 1734/35 (age 0) St Mary, Ealing, Middlesex
Will 15 Aug 1803 (age 67-68) Executrix to husband's will
Will 15 Feb 1811 (age 75-76) Mentioned in will of brother William
Will 6 Jun 1818 (age 82-83) Date of will (see notes)
Death 1825 (age 89-90) Kensington, Middlesex
Burial 19 Feb 1825 St Mary, Ealing, Middlesex (aged 90)

Note on Husband: John Seabrook

Will of John Seabrook of Saffron Hill in the Parish of St Andrew Holborn, Middlesex, painter and glazier, 28 July 1802. To wife Jane Seabrook (exec.) all monies securities goods chattels estate and effects whatsoever and wheresoever for her own use and benefit.

Witnesses: Thos Orchard Hatton Garden, Wm Orchard clerk to ditto.

Proved London 15 Aug 1803 to Jane Seabrook widow the relict and sole executrix.

Note on Wife: Jane Anthony

Will of Jane Seabrook of Earls Court Terrace Kensington Middlesex widow, 6 June 1818. To be buried in same grave as late husband; to niece Elizabeth Harriott Goodburn all my wearing apparel linen and china and also eight pounds; to nephew James Rice with whom I am now living eighty pounds; also to Mary Rice the widow of my nephew John Rice thirty pounds; to John Rice the son of my deceased nephew John Rice ten pounds; to nephew William Rice thirty pounds; to William and James Rice children of my nephew William Rice ten pounds each; to Harriot Ann Gordon wife of Alexander Love Gordon twenty pounds; to Elizabeth Spindler Watkins daughter of George Watkins of Brentford twenty pounds; to my friend James Gatty of Tooley Street pawnbroker forty pounds which legacy is not to be paid until the said James Gatty has fully paid to my executors all sums of money and interest thereon which he may be indebted to me at the time of my decease; residue to niece Elizabeth Harriott Goodburn and nephew James Rice in equal shares; nephew James Rice and Mr. Thomas Hayter of Huggin Lane in the City of London execs.

Witnesses: John Hickin, Susana Hickin, Elizabeth Green (X)

Proved at London 25 Feb 1825 to James Rice the nephew and Thomas Hayter execs.