London Clay Pipe Studies

The clay tobacco pipe industry in the parishes of St Margaret and St John the Evangelist, Westminster

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List of pipe makers

Abbreviations

St J Parish of St John the Evangelist
St M Parish of St Margaret
BAP  Register of baptisms
BUR  Register of burials
MAR  Register of marriages
BAS  Bastardy depositions
DIR  Trade directory
ER  Electoral register
IGI  International Genealogical Index
IRAB  Inland Revenue Apprenticeship Books
LTA  Land tax assessment
LVR  Licensed victuallers recognisances
PB  Poll books
POB  Proceedings of the Old Bailey
PR  Poor rate books
SOG  Society of Genealogists
SUN  Sun Assurance policy
TPCo  Records of the Tobacco Pipe Makers Company
* indicates that further information is available in the text

 

Adams, John Henry*  4 Old Rochester Row, St J

03 April 1881: lodger, unmarried, 48, born Scotland (CEN)

Alden (Aldin?), John  Great Peter Street, St J

26 May 1817: baptism of his daughter Maria (born 23 January 1817, mother Mary) (St M BAP)

Ambrook, John  Pye Street, St M

1780 (PB)

Baddeley, Robert*  Marsham Street and Bennett's Yard, St J

18 September 1775: born, son of James and Mary (IGI)

06 October 1775: baptised at St Luke Old Street, Finsbury (IGI)

10 January 1792: apprenticed to James Woodroffe (Hammond 2004, 27)

07 May 1799: admitted to company (TPCo)

25 March 1800: elected steward of company (TPCo)

29 March 1800: probably married Mary Ann Moreland at St Luke Old Street, Finsbury (IGI)

1800–02 (PR)

12 August 1801: took Francis Street apprentice

01 February 1803: took Thomas Heardson apprentice

03 May 1803: paid assistant's fine (TPCo)

28 June 1803: now recorded as assistant (TPCo)

23 January 1805: signed new bye-laws (TPCo)

1809(?): suretor (LVR)

Comments: not listed as a ratepayer 1807–10

Bassett, Richard*  St M

16 April 1657 (WILL)

08 May 1657 (St M BUR)

Benell(?), Joseph  14 Old Pye Street, St M

30 March 1851: lodger, unmarried, 32, born Westminster (CEN)

Borns, John  Westminster St J

27 January 1732/3: married Elizabeth Carter of St George's, Southwark (Fleet Prison marriage - Tatman 1997, 26)

Boughton, John*  St M

16 July 1661 (deed)

1663 signed Charter as assistant (Walker, 1971)

Brooks, Nathaniel  12 Little Peter Street, St J

30 March 1851: head, 35, born St James, Westminster, wife Charlotte (CEN)

Brooksbank, Catherine*  Upper Garden Street, St J

06 June 1841: wife(?) of Thomas, 25, occupation tobacco pipe trimmer, not born in Middlesex (CEN)

Brooksbank, Thomas*  Upper Garden Street, St J

06 June 1841: husband(?) of Catherine Brooksbank, 20, not born in Middlesex (CEN)

Brooksbanks, Jane*  16 (later 22) Parker Street, St M

1849–69 (PR)

30 March 1851: head, widow, 46, born Essex (CEN)

07 April 1861: head, widow, 56, born Chelmsford, Essex (CEN)

Comments: widow of William Brooksbanks

Brooksbanks, John*  16 (later 22) Parker Street, St M

30 March 1851:  son of Jane, 22, born Middlesex, wife Susan,  (CEN)

07 April 1861: son of Jane, 32, born St James, Westminster, wife Susan,  (CEN)

Brooksbanks, Nathaniel*  16 (later 22) Parker Street, St M

04 August 1835: son of William and Jane (St M BAP)

30 March 1851: son of Jane, 14, occupation pipe maker (CEN)

07 April 1861: son of Jane, 24, occupation vocalist (CEN)

Brooksbanks, William (I)*  16 (later 22) Parker Street, St M

1832–49 (PR)

04 August 1835: baptism of son Nathaniel (St M BAP)

23 November 1840: baptism of daughter Jane Ann (St M BAP)

08 March 1841: baptism of daughter Harriett (St M BAP)

08 March 1841: baptism of (second) son Nathaniel (St M BAP)

06 June 1841: aged 30, born Middlesex, wife Jane, children John (12), William (10), Harriett (8), Nathaniel (5) (CEN)

01 March 1849 (St M BUR)

Brooksbanks, William (II)*  16 (later 22) Parker Street, St M

30 March 1851: son of Jane, unmarried, 20, born Middlesex (CEN)

07 April 1861: aged 30, married (wife not present), born St Lukes, Westminster (CEN)

Brown, George*  11 (later 16) Great Peter Street, St J

1798–1824 (PR)

23 July 1798: took Thomas Brown apprentice (TPCo)

07 May 1799: steward’s fine (TPCo)

04 February 1800 (TPCo)

1802/06/20 (PB)

1803/08/09/10/11/20 suretor (LVR)

10 January 1804: took Joseph Hudson apprentice (TPCo)

1805/09/11 (Holden DIR)

1820 and 1821: Assistant (TPCo)

21 May 1824: aged 51 at death (St M BUR)

Comments: A George Brown at Grays Inn, 1799 (Holden DIR)

Brown, Henry  Parliament Street, St M

21 July 1826: baptism of son William Peter (born 10 June 1826, mother Mary) (St M BAP)

Brown, Martin  Westminster Bridewell, Tothill Fields, St M

06 June 1841: prisoner, 15, occupation pipe maker, not born in Middlesex (CEN)

Brown, Sarah*  11 Great Peter Street, St J

1824 (PR)

1826–28 (Pigot DIR)

05 January 1826: burial, aged 45 at death (St M BUR)

Comments: second wife of George Brown

Brown, Thomas*  11 Great Peter Street, St J

23 July 1798: apprenticed to George Brown (TPCo)

25 August 1803: apprenticed (turned over) to James Lawrence (TPCo)

02 August 1808: present at Court (TPCo)

06 September 1808 (TPCo)

1809 (Holden DIR)

Comments: possibly more than one Thomas Brown

Brown William*  16 Great Peter Street, St J; 42 New Peter Street, St J

16 Great Peter Street

1826–40 (PR)

12 March 1827: suretor (LVR)

1828–41 (Pigot DIR, Robson DIR)

42 New Peter Street

06 June 1841: head, 50, born in Middlesex, wife Mary (CEN)

1842–44 (Kelly DIR)

Comments: possibly at 1 Trafalgar Place, Locksfields 1826–29 (Pigot DIR)

Bullen, Edward*  Pye Street, St J

15 December 1749: named as father of illegitimate child of Susan Casey (BAS)

Comments: possibly the father of Edward Bulling

Bulling, Edward  Westminster

1748: apprenticed to J Pownall (SOG)

Comments: probably John Powell of Old Pye Street

Burges, John Vickers*  91 Great Peter Street, St J; 42 New Peter Street, St J

91 Great Peter Street

14 March 1813: son of John and Elizabeth, father’s occupation shoemaker (St J BAP)

15 November 1840: married Caroline Cook (St Martin-in-the-Fields MAR)

07 August 1842: baptism of son John Thomas (born 6 July 1842) (St J BAP)

06 June 1841: living with wife Caroline as tenants, at 85 Great Peter Street (CEN)

42 New Peter Street

1844–53 (PR)

18 February 1846: baptism of daughter Elizabeth (born 28 January 1846) (St J BAP)

1845–50 (Kelly DIR)

30 March 1851: head, 32, wife Caroline, son John (9) and father-in-law Thomas Cook (CEN)

1851–54 (DIR according to Oswald 1975, 131)

Cant, Francis*  Great Peter Street, St J

December 1784: apprentice to James Harrison (Hammond 2004, 26)

 

Chimser (Chimsen?), James  Georges Court, St J

13 December 1816: baptism of daughter Elizabeth (mother Elizabeth) (St J BAP)

Comments: not listed as a rate payer at that time

Chrisford, Thomas  Canaster Street, St M

09 July 1826: baptism of son Stephen William (born 20 June 1826, mother Sarah) (St M BAP)

08 January 1828 (TPCo)

26 May 1828 (TPCo)

Clambtree, Jonathan  4 Old Rochester Row, St J

30 March 1851: living with his master Thomas Longstaff, unmarried, 18, born Paddington (CEN)

Clark, Samuel  Vine Street, St J

06 June 1841: head, 30, born Middlesex, wife Harriet and two children (10 and 8) (CEN)

Comments: a Samuel Clark is recorded at Half Moon Street, Bishopsgate 1848–58 (Atkinson and Oswald 1969, 58)

Clarke, Charles*  42 New Peter Street, St J; 8 New Peter Street, St J

42 New Peter Street

07 April 1861: son of George Clarke, unmarried, 17, born Marylebone (CEN)

30 September 1866: baptism of daughter Mary Ann Jane (born 1 August 1866, mother Mary Ann) (St J BAP)

8 New Peter Street

02 April 1871: head, 27, wife Mary Ann, daughter Jane (5), son Charles (4m) (CEN)

Clarke, George*  Great Peter Street, St J; 42 New Peter Street, St J

Great Peter Street

07 September 1835: baptism of son William Charles (mother Mary) (St M BAP)

42 New Peter Street

1854–77 (PR)

07 April 1861: head, 49, born Hounslow, Middlesex, wife Mary Ann, children Charles (17), Mary Ann (19), Emma (6) (CEN)

02 April 1871: head, 59, wife Mary Ann, daughter Emma (CEN)

1870–84 (Kelly DIR)

Comments: death c. 1877/78

Clarke, Mary Ann*  42 New Peter Street, St J

07 April 1861: wife of George Clarke, 48, born Hounslow, Middx (CEN)

02 April 1871: wife of George Clarke, 59, born London (CEN)

1878–86 (PR)

03 April 1881: head, widow, pipemaker, born Westminster (CEN)

Cooke, Thomas*  Great Peter Street, St J; 42 New Peter Street, St J

Great Peter Street

14 September 1820: baptism of son Thomas James (mother Elizabeth) (St M BAP)

28 October 1821: baptism of daughter Caroline (born 8 October, mother Elizabeth) (St J BAP)

04 July 1824: baptism of son William James (born 11 June 1824, mother Elizabeth) (St J BAP)

16 September 1827: baptism of daughter Elizabeth Emma (born 25 August 1827, mother Elizabeth) (St J BAP)

15 August 1831: baptism of daughter Marian (born 17 April 1831, mother Elizabeth) (St M BAP)

22 December 1833: baptism of daughter Susannah Sarah (born 1 December, mother Elizabeth) (St M BAP)

06 September 1835: baptism of daughter Sarah Susannah (mother Elizabeth) (St M BAP)

42 New Peter Street

30 March 1851: living with daughter Caroline and son-in-law John Burges, widower, 52, born Maidstone, Kent (CEN)

Comments: not recorded as a rate payer in Great Peter Street

Coxe, RichardSt Margaret's Westminster

04 December 1634: signed charter (Atkinson and Oswald 1969, 66; Walker 1971, 80)

1638 (Atkinson and Oswald 1969, 51)

 

Crisp, James*  4 Old Rochester Row, St J; 97 Vincent Street, St J?

4 Old Rochester Row

30 March 1851: head, 21, born Westminster, wife Maria (CEN)

12 April 1852: baptism of son James (mother Maria) (St M BAP)

97 Vincent Street

08 January 1879: marriage of daughter Annie Maria (22) (St J MAR)

Comments: second address is that of his daughter and not necessarily of James Crisp

Crisp, Maria  4 Old Rochester Row, St J

30 March 1851: wife of James, 23, born Walworth, Surrey (CEN)

Critchfield, Richard*  Blue Anchor Yard, St M

1854 (Kelly DIR)

Comments: not recorded as a rate payer

Croughton, Ann  Delap Court, Broadway, St M

06 June 1841: wife of Thomas Croughton (cabinet maker), 21, occupation tobacco pipe trimmer, born Middlesex (CEN)

Davis, Thomas  1 Old Pye Street, St M

1826–28 (Pigot DIR)

Comments: not recorded as a rate payer 1825–28, although there is a Thomas Davis listed in nearby Great Smith Street in 1828. A Thomas Davis paid dues to the company in 1799 and 1800.

Dearden, Isabella*  78 Great Peter Street, St J

1799: house burgled (POB)

Comments: employed, with her husband John, by George Brown at 11 Great Peter Street

Dearden, John*  78 Great Peter Street, St J

1796: vote disallowed as he was not rate payer (PB)

1799: house burgled (POB)

02 March 1802 (TPCo)

01 January 1803 (TPCo)

1820 warden (TPCo)

1821 master (TPCo)

Comments: 1823–40 at 51 Bell St, Edgeware Road (Atkinson and Oswald 1969, 59)

Duggan, Thomas  New Way, St M

1805 assistant, signed new bye-laws (TPCo)

1820 warden (TPCo)

1821 warden (TPCo)

1825 warden (TPCo)

1807–32: Hudson Bay Company records (Oswald 1975, 135)

26 December 1825: baptism of son John (born 12 August 1824, mother Sarah) (St M BAP)

Duncan, Maria  Westminster, St J

24 August 1787: aged 12, apprenticed to John Morgan of Brewers Court, Bedfordbury (St J register of apprentices)

Edmonds, Joel  1 Union Place, St J

30 March 1851: head, 37, born Birmingham, wife Sarah (CEN)

Edmonds, Sarah  1 Union Place, St J

30 March 1851: wife of Joel Edmonds, aged 36?, born Somers Town, Middlesex (CEN)

Elliot, John  Mans Place, St M

06 June 1841: aged 20, unmarried, occupation pipe maker (CEN)

Fricker, Frederick George  11 Lower Dorset Street, St J

20 May 1842: married Martha Hare at St Dunstan's Stepney (his address, 1 Union Terrace) (Hammond 1985, 22)

22 February 1868: marriage of daughter Sarah Elizabeth (St J MAR)

Comments: address is that of his daughter and not necessarily of Frederick Fricker

Gerrard, George  Old Peter Street, St J; parish workhouse, St M

Old Peter Street

1816/17 (Colin Tatman pers comm)

Workhouse

13 June 1819: baptism of son George (born 14 May 1819, mother Eliza) (St M BAP)

Harris, Jane  24 Old Pye Street, St J

02 April 1871: lodger, aged 13, occupation pipe maker, born London (CEN)

Harrison, James*  79 Great Peter Street, St J; (possibly Pye Street north, St M); 11 Great Peter Street, St J

79 Gt Peter Street

1782–1798 (PR)

1784 (PB)

1784 assistant (TPCo)

07 December 1784: took Francis Cant apprentice (IRAB)

1786 (SUN)

1790 (PB)

Pye Street north

1784 and 1785 (PB)

11 Gt Peter Street

1795–98 (PR)

1798 (SUN)

1798 suretor (LVR)

25 March 1800 warden (TPCo)

Harrison, John (senior?)*  54 Old Pye Street, St J; (possibly New Pye Street, St M)

54 Old Pye Street

1799–1801 (PR)

07 May 1799 steward’s fine (TPCo)

New Pye Street

1801–2 (PR)

Comments: possibly his burial recorded 16 July 1801 (St J BUR)

Harrison, John (junior?)*  54 Old Pye Street, St J

1805 (Holden DIR)

1805 & 1809(?) suretor (LVR)

Comments: not recorded as a rate payer in Old Pye Street 1805–16

Hedges, John*  42 New Peter Street, St J; 3 New Peter Street, St J

42 New Peter Street

25 December 1846: married Frances Wadley of 3 New Peter Street (St J MAR)

3 New Peter Street

19 December 1847: baptism of son George (mother Frances) (St M BAP)

Comments: subsequently at Spanns Buildings, St Pancras, 1848–49 (Atkinson and Oswald 1969, 60)

Hudson, Joseph11 Great Peter Street, St J

09 February 1804: apprenticed to George Brown (TPCo)

Hunt, James  5 Bradys Place, St J

30 March 1851: apprentice tobacco pipe maker, unmarried, 17, born Battersea, Surrey (CEN)

Hunt, Thomas  5 Bradys Place, St J; 4 Vincent Terrace, St J

5 Bradys Place

30 March 1851: unmarried, 21, born Battersea, Surrey (CEN)

4 Vincent Terrace

07 April 1861: head, 33, with wife Harriett and son Thomas (2, born Westminster) (CEN)

Comments: there was a Thomas Hunt in Newington, Surrey in 1895 (Tatman 1994, 122)

James, William*  Broadway, St M

1749 (PB)

Jenkins, John*  Gardeners Lane, St M

06 June 1841: apprentice to Thomas Swinyard, age recorded as 15, born Middlesex (CEN)

24 May 1846: baptism of son William Henry (mother Caroline) (St M BAP)

Jenkins, Thomas  2 Windsor Place, St J

23 August 1875: marriage of his daughter Hannah (St J MAR)

Comments: address is that of his daughter and not necessarily of Thomas Jenkins. His occupation given as pipe maker

Joy, William  24 Old Pye Street, St J

02 April 1871: lodger, 30, occupation pipe maker, born London (CEN)

Joys, George*  Rochester Row north (4 Old Rochester Row), St J

06 June 1841: apprentice to Thomas Longstaff, aged 10, born Middlesex (CEN)

Kent, John*  Gardeners Lane, St M

06 June 1841: head, 35, born Middx, wife Mary and children Joseph (14), George (12), Mary (5) and Charles (2 months) (CEN)

Comments: This was probably Joseph Kent

Kent, Joseph*  Little Chapel Street, St M; 17 Gardeners Lane, St M

Little Chapel Street

16 November 1834: baptism of son Henry Bristow (born 11 December 1832, mother Mary Anne) (St M BAP)

19 April 1835: baptism of daughter Eliza Sarah (born 24 February 1835, mother Mary Ann) (St M BAP)

25 June 1837: baptism of daughter Mary Ann (mother Mary Ann) (St M BAP)

02 July 1837: baptism of son George (mother Mary Ann) (St M BAP)

17 Gardeners Lane

06 April 1840: baptism of son Frederick (mother Mary Ann) (St M BAP)

Comments: A Joseph Kent also recorded at 19 Blue Anchor Alley, Bunhill Row (1845–50), 10 Broadwall, Blackfriars (1850–58), 14 Farnham Place, Gravel Lane (1858) and 5 Bedford Street (1861, aged 55, born St George, Middlesex, with wife Sarah) (Tatman 1994, 126–7)

Lee, William  22 Blue Anchor Yard, St M

30 March 1851: lodger, 34, unmarried, occupation pipe maker, born Hull, Yorkshire (CEN)

Longstaff, Mary Isabella (nee Wolfe)*  4 Old Rochester Row, St J

06 June 1841: as Isabella, wife of Thomas Longstaff, 25, born Middlesex (CEN)

30 March 1851: as Mary, wife of Thomas Longstaff, 37, born Paddington (CEN)

Longstaff, Thomas*  4 Old Rochester Row, St J

06 June 1841; head, 30, with wife Isabella and two step-daughters Elizabeth Wolfe (7) and Isabella Wolfe (5) Wolfe (CEN)

30 March 1851: head, 41, born Spalding, Lincolnshire, with wife Mary and step-daughter Elizabeth (?)Neate (CEN)

Comments: baptised 13 December 1809, in Spalding, Lincolnshire, the son of Henry and Ann (IGI); 7 October 1839 he married Mary Isabella Wolfe (St Matthew's, Bethnal Green MAR)

McKay, Joseph*  79 Great Peter Street, St J

1779–80 (PR)

1780 (PB)

McKay, William*  79 Great Peter Street, St J

1775–79 (PR)

Comments: possibly the son of Adam and Susanna, born 26 March 1728, baptised 14 April 1728 (St M BAP)

Matthews, George  12 Medway Street, St J

30 March 1851: living with his mother Eliza, unmarried, 18, occupation pipe maker, born Westminster (CEN)

Matthews, John  Old Pye Street, St J

1824 suretor (LVR)

Comments: not listed as a rate payer in Old Pye Street; possibly the husband of Elizabeth Matthews, a pipe-maker's widow (aged 70) who was a patient in the workhouse in 1851 (CEN)

May, Henry  11 Greycoat Place, Horseferry Road, St M

22 August 1833: a poor boy of Hornsey, apprenticed to William Monks (Hornsey apprentice index)

Monks, William  11 Greycoat Place, Horseferry Road, St M

22 August 1833: took Henry May apprentice (Hornsey apprentice index)

Naylor, John  36 Artillery Row, St J

07 April 1861: widower, 38, occupation pipe maker, born Yorkshire (CEN)

Nightingale, Thomas*  Carnadine Buildings, St J

03 December 1837: baptism of daughter Jane Ann (mother Mary) (St M BAP)

Orgar, John*  Rochester Row north (4 Old Rochester Row), St J

06 June 1841: journeyman employed by Thomas Longstaff, 65, not born in Middlesex (CEN)

Comments: appears in TPCo records as Auger or Orgar in 1799, 1802 and 1808 (Philip Woollard pers comm) and as Ongar in 1828 (Oswald 1975, 142)

Parr, Henry  New Pye Street, St M

21 November 1819: baptism of son Henry Thomas (born 12 January 1819, mother Maria) (St M BAP)

Comments: not listed as a rate payer in New Pye Street; occupation pipe maker

Parr, Samuel  Marsham Street, St J

01 February 1803: apprentice (turned over) to Robert Baddeley (TPCo)

Comments: originally apprenticed to William Scourfield, 13 Jan 1801, St George in the East, Middlesex (TPCo)

Payne, George*  4 Old Rochester Row, St J

02 April 1871: head, 60, born Hampstead, Middlesex, wife Mary Ann (CEN)

1866–87 (Kelly DIR)

03 April 1881: head, 69, born Hampstead, Middlesex, wife Mary Ann (CEN)

1888 (ER)

Comments: 7 December 1840 married Mary Ann Yelf, address Wardour Street, father George Payne (tobacco pipe maker) (St Anne, Soho mar); George Payne recorded at 1 Castle Street, Saffron Hill, 1852–54 (Kelly DIR) and at 46 Parker Street, Drury Lane, 1859–60 (Kelly DIR)

Payne, Mary Ann*  4 Old Rochester Row, St J

02 April 1871: wife of George Payne, 56, occupation tobacco pipe trimmer, born St Lukes, Middlesex (CEN)

03 April 1881:  wife of George Payne, 66, no occupation recorded, born St Lukes, Middlesex (CEN)

Comments: 7 December 1840 married George Payne, address Wardour Street, father James Yelf (shoemaker) (St Anne Soho MAR)

Phelps, PhanuelSt Margaret's, Westminster

04 May 1667: married Margaret Michell at St Martin-in-the-Fields, Westminster (Oswald 1975, 143; IGI)

 

Powell, Henry*  79 (later 86) Great Peter Street, St J

14 April 1816: baptism of daughter Charlotte (mother Sarah) (St J BAP)

1815–1825 (PR)

1820–28 (DIR, according to Oswald 1975, 142)

1818 juror (Westminster Panel of Annoyance)

1818, 1819, 1820 (PB)

1818–24 suretor on 12 occasions (LVR)

Comments: died in 1827, aged 40, while living in Old Pye Street: burial 12 November 1827 (St M BUR)

Powell, John (senior)*  St Margaret’s, Westminster

24 March 1746: PCC will proved  (PROB 11/753)

Powell, John* Pye Street, St J

1749 (PB)

1750 (LTA)

1749–58 (PR)

Comments: possibly the John Pownall of St M who took Edward Bulling apprentice in 1748 (Oswald 1975, 143)

Powell, William Strutton Ground, St J

23 September 1827: baptism of daughter Ann Jane (born 30 August 1827, mother Ann Catherine) (St J BAP)

Price, William  6 Cottage Place, Orchard Street, St J

25 October 1843: baptism of daughter Ellen (born 16 October 1843, mother Hannah) (St J BAP)

Comments: his occupation given as pipe maker

Radden, George  Horseferry Road, St J

05 February 1823: baptism of son George William (born 3 October 1822, mother Charlotte) (St M BAP)

Ricketts, Frances*  Upper Garden Street, St J

06 June 1841: wife(?) of William Ricketts, 40, occupation tobacco pipe trimmer, not born in Middlesex (CEN)

Ricketts, William*  Upper Garden Street, St J

06 June 1841: head, 50, not born in Middlesex, wife(?) Frances Ricketts (CEN)

Comments: possibly related to Robert Ricketts of Rose Court, Newington, 1845 (Tatman 1994, 135)

Ridout, Robert*  79 Great Peter Street, St J

1760–66 (PR)

1763 (DIR, according to Wright 1991, 20)

Ridout, William*  79 Great Peter St St J

1766–75 (PR)

Comments: possibly baptised 22 June 1702 at St Martin-in-the-Fields (IGI)

Roberts, Francis, Senior  St Margaret's Westminster

1696: signed Oath of Allegiance as a journeyman (Oswald 1975, 143)

1704: father (presumably to Francis, Junior) (Oswald 1975, 143)

Roberts, Francis, Junior  St Margaret's, Westminster

1713: apprenticed to his father (Oswald 1975, 143)

Comments: in 1733 he took an apprentice, Abe Venner, in Cripplegate (Oswald 1975, 143)

 

Robinson, John  New Pye Street, St M; Pye Street, St M

New Pye Street

06 May 1829: baptism of his son William (born 24 February 1828, mother Elizabeth) (St M BAP)

Pye Street

13 June 1831: baptism of his daughter Sarah Elizabeth (born 26 March 1829, mother Elizabeth) (St M BAP)

Comments: possibly named in the will of Paul Webb (18 March 1814), living in New Peter Street

Ruscoe, Thomas  New Pye Street, St M

09 December 1821: baptism of his son Thomas William (born 23 October 1821, mother Maria) (St J BAP)

Comments: possibly the same Thomas Ruscoe who was an assistant in 1800 (TPCo) and who was recorded at Narrow Street, Limehouse 1800–07 (DIR, according to Atkinson and Oswald 1969, 63); Ruscoe not recorded as a rate payer in New Pye Street.

Shadick, John  Essex Street, St M(?)

10 May 1829: baptism of son John (born 26 March 1829, mother Ann) (St M BAP)

Comments: occupation pipe maker

Shepherd, Emma*  4 Old Rochester Row, St J

05 April 1891: wife of George J Shepherd, 26, occupation tobacco pipe manufacturer's assistant, born Shoreditch, London (CEN)

Shepherd, George J*  4 Old Rochester Row, St J

05 April 1891: head, 27, born Stepney, London, wife Emma (CEN)

1892–99 (DIR, according to Atkinson and Oswald 1969, 63)

Shepherd, James  8 Cobourg Row, St M; 62 Lillington Street, St J

8 Cobourg Row

30 March 1851: son of James Shepherd (optician), 16, born Westminster (CEN)

14 August 1859: married Julia Fox, aged 25 (St J MAR)

62 Lillington Street

07 April 1861: head, 27, born St M, wife Julia (dressmaker) (CEN)

Sidwell, Anthony  St Margaret’s, Westminster

1696: signed Oath of Allegiance as master pipe maker (Oswald 1975, 144)

1704: Freedom records (Oswald 1975, 144)

26 August 1718: PCC will proved (PROB 11/565)

Comments: his will, dated 24 December 1717, included bequests to his brother Jonathan, various nieces and nephews, and their children; his wife Anne was appointed executrix. Other than the statement of his occupation, there are no references to his pipe-making interests

Smith, Jonathan  Long Ditch, St M

09 December 1748: landlord of Martha Wells (an unmarried mother); his occupation pipe maker (BAS)

Smith, William*  4 Old Rochester Row, St J

04 April 1858: baptism of son Richard John (born 19 October 1857, mother Mary Anne) (St J BAP)

01 September 1861: baptism of daughter Elizabeth (born 24 October 1859, mother Mary Ann) (St J BAP)

07 April 1861: head, 33, born Cockfield, Durham, wife Mary Ann (CEN)

1865 (DIR, according to Atkinson and Oswald 1969, 64)

Comments: a William Smith recorded at Greek Street, Soho 1892–99 (DIR, according to Atkinson and Oswald 1969, 64)

Street, Francis  Marsham Street, St J

24 September 1799: apprentice to Thomas Heardson (TPCo)

12 August 1801: apprentice (turned over) to Robert Baddeley (TPCo)

Surrey, Henry  4 Devon Place, St J

02 April 1871: widower, 53, born Lambeth, Surrey, with daughters Eliza (26, born Lambeth) and Mary (20, born Westminster) (CEN)

Comments: possibly related to Thomas Surrey of Providence Street, Newington, Surrey (?1843-59) (Tatman 1994, 138)

Swan, William Richard  15 Strutton Ground, St J; 14 Dean Street, St M

15 Strutton Ground

05 March 1838: baptism of daughter Mary Phillis (born 23 January 1838, mother Mary Hannah) (St J BAP)

14 Dean Street

29 March 1840: baptism of son William Richard (mother Mary Hannah) (St M BAP)

Comments: a William Swan was apprenticed to Thomas Weeks on 1 September 1795, and was turned over to George Clark on 30 September 1800 (TPCo)

Swinyard, George Joseph*  Gardeners Lane, York Street, St M

10 September 1823: baptism of daughter Ann (born 17 April 1820, mother Mary) (St M BAP)

06 August 1824: baptism of son George (born 14 April 1824, mother Mary) (St M BAP)

06 June 1841: head, 50, not born in Middlesex, wife Mary (CEN)

Swinyard, Thomas George*  16 Gardeners Lane, St M; 2 (4) Blue Anchor Yard, St M

16 Gardeners Lane

1836 (Pigot DIR)

1840–7 (Kelly DIR)

25 June 1837: baptism of son Thomas (mother Mary) (St M BAP)

05 July 1839: baptism of son George (mother Mary) (St M BAP)

21 August 1842: baptism of his Henry (mother Mary) (St M BAP)

06 June 1841: head, 25, born in Middlesex, wife Mary and son Thomas (4) (CEN)

2 (4) Blue Anchor Yard

1848–53 (Kelly DIR)

30 March 1851: head, 38, born Bromley, Middlesex, wife Mary (CEN)

Temple, Richard79 Great Peter Street, St J

18 March 1814: apprentice to Paul Webb (WILL)

Tester, James*  54 Old Pye Street, St J

1804–05 (PR)

Comments: previously at St John's Street, when elected steward of the company on 25 March 1802

Tester, Jonathan*  54 Old Pye Street, St J

1802 (PR)

Tester, Joseph*  Pye Street, St J

25 March 1804: appointed auditor (TPCo)

Thyer, Henry  Medway Street, St J; 14 Hide Place St J

Medway Street

06 June 1841: son of Henry Thyer (butcher), 20, born in Middlesex (CEN)

14 Hide Place

30 March 1851: head, 31, born St John, Westminster, wife Jane (CEN)

Todd, Matthew  46 Orchard Street, St M

06 June 1841: head, 35, born in Middlesex, occupation pipe maker, wife Jane and 5 children (CEN)

Todd, Robert  39 Peter Street, St J

26 August 1833: baptism of son Robert (born 13 December 1832, mother Elizabeth) (St J BAP)

25 June 1837: baptism of daughter Isabella (mother Elizabeth) (St M BAP)

Comments: not listed as a rate payer in 1833

Todd, Thomas (1)  Great Peter Street, St J

09 August 1820: baptism of daughter Caroline (mother Sarah) (St M BAP)

27 May 1822: baptism of daughter Mary Ann (born 25 March 1822, mother Sarah) (St M BAP)

Comments: his occupation pipe maker

Todd, Thomas (2)  6 York Buildings, St J

02 April 1869: baptism of son John (born 9 October 1868, mother Margaret) (St J BAP)

Comments: his occupation pipe clay worker

Turner*  Old Pye Street, St J

1759–1766 (PR)

Comments: assumed tobacco pipe maker

Turner, Benjamin*  St Anne's Lane, St J

1739–57 (PR)

1749 (PB)

1752 (lease)

26 May 1758: his funeral (St J BUR)

Turner, George*  St Margaret, Westminster

04 September 1716: daughter Ann apprenticed to Ann Ridout (SOG)

Turner, John  23 Vine Street, St J

30 March 1851: head, 36, occupation pipeclay labourer, born Dymock(?) Gloucestershire, wife Ann, children Joseph (7), William (5) and Charlotte (3) all born St John, Westminster (CEN)

Vick, Edward  8 Francis Street, St M

03 December 1850: marriage of his son William (St M MAR)

Comments: address is that of his son and not necessarily that of Edward Vick; Edward's occupation pipe maker

Ward, John  Horseferry Road, St J

17 July 1798 suretor (LVR)

Comments: his occupation pipe maker; there are other references to the same John Ward of Horseferry Road and Market Street as a backmaker, between 1784 (PB) and 1799 (LVR)

Watts, John  Parker Street, (?)St M

22 August 1825: baptism of son John Thomas (born 3 march 1825, mother Ann) (St M BAP)

Comments: there is some doubt about his location - Watts was apparently at a different Parker Street (near Drury Lane) in 1828 (DIR, according to Oswald 1975, 148)

Webb, James*  17 Strutton Ground, St M

1785 (PR)

Comments: possibly at Portland Street in 1805 (Oswald 1975, 148)

Webb, Paul*  Great Sanctuary, St M; 17 Strutton Ground, St J; 79 Great Peter Street, St J

Great Sanctuary

04 August 1795: elected assistant (TPCo)

1795–98 (PR)

17 July 1798 suretor (LVR)

17 Strutton Ground

1788 (PB)

1788 (PR)

79 Great Peter Street

1802–14 (PR)

1805–11 (Holden DIR)

1806 (PB)

Webb, Samuel*  79 Great Peter Street, St J

1799–1802 (PR)

Webb, William*  79 Great Peter Street, St J; The White Hart, Market Street, St J

79 Great Peter Street

1798–9 (PR)

The White Hart, Market Street

1798–9 (PR)

1798–9 victualler (LVR)

25 March 1800: nominated renter warden (TPCo)

Wilmer, William  15 Charlwood Street, St J

30 March 1851: stepson of William B…hope? (warden of Westminster House of Correction), unmarried, 21, occupation tobacco pipe maker master employing one man, born Kennington, Surrey (CEN)

Comments: possibly 1853–4, Wilmer & Pailthorpe, Little Windmill Street (DIR according to Oswald 1975, 149); 9 June 1878: named as deceased father of Clara Elizabeth, at her marriage at All Saints, Newington (Tatman 1994, 146)

Winch, Samuel*  Gardeners Lane, St M

06 June 1841: living with George Swinyard, 30, not born in Middlesex (CEN)

Wolfe, Elizabeth*  4 Old Rochester Row St J

06 June 1841: living with Thomas and Isabella Longstaff, aged 7, occupation tobacco pipe maker, born in Middlesex (CEN)

30 March 1851: step-daughter of Thomas Longstaff, unmarried, 16, occupation pipe maker, born Paddington (CEN)

Comments: 24 May 1859 married Henry Sans, aged 24, occupation servant, address 1 Rochester Terrace, father John Wolfe (pipe maker, deceased) (St J MAR)

Wolfe, Isabella*  4 Old Rochester Row, St J

06 June 1841: living with Thomas and Isabella Longstaff, aged 5, occupation tobacco pipe maker, born in Middlesex (CEN)

Comments: 12 June 1836: baptised, the daughter of John Joseph and Mary Isabella Wolfe (St M BAP)

Wolfe, John Joseph*  Rochester Row, St J; 11 Greycoat Place (Carnadine Buildings) St J; 5 Carnadine Buildings, St J

Rochester Row

12 June 1836: baptism of daughter Isabella (mother Mary Isabella) (St M BAP)

11 Greycoat Place (Carnadine Buildings)

1836 (Pigot DIR)

5 Carnadine Buildings

18 September 1838: burial of his son John Joseph Wolfe (St J BUR)

Worcus, James (Jacob)* St Margaret Westminster

16 July 1661 (deed)

1663 (his death, according to Oswald 1975, 148)

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