Register of burials at the Temple Church, 1628-1853

 
9781130077599: Register of burials at the Temple Church, 1628-1853

This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1905 Excerpt: ...Curwin, a young child of one of the servants of the Inner Temple was buried in churchyard on Monday the Sixteenth day of October, 1738. F. g. Lancelott Stevens, esq., a member of the Inner Temple was buried in the Rounds on Tuesday October 17th, 1738. Ann Macknab, a young child was buried in the churchyard on Saturday November the fourth day, 1738. F. g. George Johnson, Stationer, was buried in the Rounds on the Inner Temple side on Wednesday the Third day of January, I738-9 George Grafton, bookseller in the Inner Temple lane was buried in the churchyard on Monday, January the Twenty nineth day, 1738-9. The Reverd. Mr. Thomas Girdler, was buried in the Inner Temple vault on Thursday, the fifteenth day of February, 1738-9 Samuel Wooleston, a young child son to the Inner Temple Gardiner was buried in the churchyard on Tuesday the Twenteth day of ffebruary, 1738-9. James Davis, the Barber (that flung himself out of the staircase window in ffigtree court) was buried in the churchyard on Wednesday the Twenty first day of March, 1738-9. Mrs. Harvey (widow to the late clerk of the Temple church) was buried in the churchyard on Sunday Aprill the First, 1739. G. & b. g. Andrew Jones, a child (son to Mr. Jones, Stationer in the Middle Temple Lane) was buried on Wednesday the Eleventh day of Aprill, 1739, in the churchyard. S. f. Mr. Edward Banister, Attorney at Law, was buried (from his chambers in Pump Court, Middle Temple), in the Temple churchyard on Tuesday the Twenty fourth day of Aprill, 1739. S. f. Mrs. Baker (laundress to Sir Geo. Cook) was buried in the churchyard on Monday the Twenty first day of May, 1739. D. g. Charles Temple, a foundling of the Inner Temple was buried in the churchyard on Saturday July 28th, 1739. Jane Witham, late a servant to the R...

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