John Heatherly

(circa 1739 - 1784)
     John Heatherly was born circa 1739. He was buried in 1784 in Witham.
     John died in 1784 in Witham, Essex.

John Heatherly

     John Heatherly was also known as Heatherley in records.
     John Heatherly married Mary Pain on 23 June 1743 in the Fleet, London. John Heatherley of St Leonards Shore Ditch, widower and Marey Pain of St Andrews Holborn, widow.

John Heatherly

( - 11 December 1736)
     John was buried on 11 December 1736 in St Andrew, Holborn, London. John Heatherly, of Shoe Lane.

John Heatherly

( - before 30 June 1781)
     John Heatherly made a will dated 19 June 1781 in Rotherhithe, Surrey. John Heatherly of the parish of St Mary Rotherhithe, Surrey, carpenter & joiner ... my son John Heatherly my chest of tools and one shilling and thereunto my daughter Mary & Sarah both of the parish of St MaryRotherithe one shilling each and to my son George one pound one shilling and my wearing apparel ... to my daughrer Ann ... [whetsonte?] whom I nominate institute and appoint my sole executrix ... 19 June 1781 John Hatherly.
     John died before 30 June 1781 in St Mary, Rotherhithe, Surrey.
     His will was proved on 30 June 1781. John Heatherly or Hatherly, Carpenter and Joiner of Saint Mary Rotherhithe , Surrey.

Children of John Heatherly

John Heatherly

     John Heatherly was the son of John Heatherly.

Lucinda Heatherly

(13 April 1770 - )
     Lucinda Heatherly was christened on 13 April 1770 in All Hallows Wall, London Wall, London. She was the daughter of James Heatherly and Elizabeth Whitehead.

Mary Heatherly

(1 October 1671 - 24 November 1671)
     Mary Heatherly was christened on 1 October 1671 in Christ Church, Newgate St, (Greyfriars), London. She was the daughter of William Heatherly and Elizabeth Unknown (Heatherley).
     Mary was buried on 24 November 1671 in St Lawrence Jewry, London.

Mary Heatherly

(3 April 1687 - )
     Mary Heatherly was christened on 3 April 1687 in St Botolph Bishopsgate, London. She was the daughter of Edward Heatherly and Faith Unknown (Heatherley).

Mary Heatherly

(3 December 1773 - )
     Mary Heatherly was born on 3 December 1773 in Shoreditch. She was the daughter of James Heatherly and Elizabeth Whitehead. Mary Heatherly was christened on 19 December 1773 in St Leonard, Shoreditch, London.

Mary Heatherly

(8 February 1756 - )
     Mary Heatherly was christened on 8 February 1756 in St Mary, Rotherhithe, Southwark, Surrey. She was the daughter of John Heatherly.

Mary Ann Heatherly

(December 1788 - )
     Mary Ann Heatherly was christened in December 1788 in St Botolph Aldgate, London. She was the daughter of Richard Heatherly and Jane Collins.

Patriarch Heatherly

     A Mary Heatherleay was buried at Christ Church Newgate on Nov 24, 1671. William Heatherly was buried in 1673 at St Ethelburga, Bishopsgate, London..

Children of Patriarch Heatherly

Richard Heatherly

(15 March 1752 - before 14 August 1825)
     Richard Heatherly was christened on 15 March 1752 in St Botolph without Aldgate, London. He was the son of Richard Heatherly and Elizabeth Gibson Briton.
     Richard Heatherly married Jane Collins on 3 May 1779 in Christ Church, Spitalfields, Stepney, Middlesex. Richard Heatherly was insured as Richard Heatherly, 3 Cock Court Horse Shoe Alley Petticoat Lane, gent on 12 June 1819 at London.
     Richard died before 14 August 1825 in 3 Cock Court, Whitechapel, London. He was buried on 14 August 1825 in St Mary, Whitechapel.

Children of Richard Heatherly and Jane Collins

Richard Heatherly

     Richard Heatherly was the son of Unkown Heatherly.
     Richard Heatherly married Elizabeth Gibson Briton on 26 January 1750/51 in Fleet Prison Chapel, London. Richard Heatherley, cordwainer & Elizabeth Gibson Briton, both of St Botolph's Aldgate, by J Tarrant. They were both widowed.

Children of Richard Heatherly and Elizabeth Gibson Briton

Richard Heatherly

(28 December 1791 - May 1798)
     Richard Heatherly was christened on 28 December 1791 in St Botolph Aldgate, London. He was the son of Richard Heatherly and Jane Collins.
     Richard died in May 1798 in St Botolph Adgate, London, aged 6.

Richard Heatherly

(26 July 1797 - )
     Richard Heatherly was christened on 26 July 1797 in St Botolph Aldgate, London. He was the son of Richard Heatherly and Jane Collins.

Richard Heatherly

(16 August 1684 - )
     Richard Heatherly was christened on 16 August 1684 in St Botolph Bishopsgate, London. He was the son of Godfrey Heatherly and Mary Unknown.

Richard Heatherly

     Richard Heatherly married Mary Unknown.

Child of Richard Heatherly and Mary Unknown

Robert Heatherly

(13 November 1736 - before 12 February 1814)
     Robert Heatherly was born on 13 November 1736 in London, England. This connection is assumed because he should have been born before Feb 1736 and the lack of other evidence, the report on his medical condition supports this. He was the son of Rev Seawell Heatherly and Hester or Esther Beesly. Robert Heatherly was christened on 26 November 1736 in Christ Church, Newgate St, (Greyfriars), London. Robert, son of the Revd Mr Seawell & Hester Heatherly, born 13th.
     He is probably the Bobby Heatherly who subscribed to 2 volumes of the History of St Pauls in 1741 along with Betsy, Jemmy & Jacky Heatherly.
     Robert Heatherly, son of the Reverend Mr Heatherly, late minister of Clavering in Essex, formerly Master of the School in Christ's Hospital, London, aged 23 years, was an out-patient of St Bartholomew's Hospital for the King's-Evil, had the second joint of his thumb so affected, that the bone was digested cout, and many other sores healed up and seemed cured; not long after, the disorder fell into both his eyes, with some small unbroken tumors in the neck and under both ears, and had been blind some months. He came to me with both his eyes covered; has been well some years, and is now in the Excise. I gave this man a Root as usual, and ordered him a gentle purge of half manna and half syrup of roses in think milk, once a week for three months, and to leave off all covering of his eyes, and wash them often with cold spring water, and dropping it into the eyes, this restored him perfectly to his sight.
     Ann Lay married secondly Robert Heatherly on 9 September 1770 in St Mary's, Eastbourne, Sussex. Married by licence. She may have been married previously from the evidence of her husband and son. The witnesses were B Penny & Ann Penny.      
Robert Heatherly paid land tax on a house occupied by Henry Carter worth £3 rental, his salary £48 and his own house valued at £2 rental in 1785 in Eastbourne, Sussex. He and Ann Smith? were listed in a directory dated 1791 as Heatherly R and A (F) Milliners and Haberdashers at Eastbourne. Robert Heatherly was insured as a shopkeeper on 10 September 1792 at Eastbourne, Sussex.
     The land tax redemption of 1798 records Thos Heatherley, self, 7/-; late Denman's Robert Heatherley 5/-; and 4 others under contract #70479; also Robert Heatherley, his library 4/-.
     Robert Heatherly made a will dated 24 November 1813 in Willingdon, Sussex. The will of Robert Heatherly, gentleman, mentions his grandson Arnold Denman who received his silver watch, his wife Ann Heatherly, his son in law James Lay of Oxford St Middlesex, hatter & hosier £300, his daughter Ann Denman wife of John Denman of Willingdon yeoman, £500, Bowes? John, Matilda & William Lay the three children of my late son in law Thomas Lay deceased £30 each, my son John Heatherly all the residue, property in Eastbourne... It was witnessed by James Vine, butcher of Willingdon, William Smith, taylor of Willingdon & William Thomas, blacksmith of Willingdon.
     Robert died before 12 February 1814 in Eastbourne, Sussex. He was buried on 12 February 1814 in St Mary, Eastbourne.
     His will was proved on 2 January 1815 at Lewes Archdeaconry, Sussex. His effects were under £2000. Probate (Lewes) of will (24 Nov 1813) of Robert Heatherley of Willingdon, gentleman; refers to purchase money still unpaid by his son John for a freehold messuage in Eastbourne, by agreement of 1 Jan 1800.

Children of Robert Heatherly and Ann Smith?

Robert Heatherly

(29 June 1732 - 28 August 1732)
     Robert Heatherly was born on 29 June 1732 in London, England. He was the son of Rev Seawell Heatherly and Hester or Esther Beesly. Robert Heatherly was christened on 20 July 1732 in Christ Church, Newgate St, (Greyfriars), London.
     Robert was buried on 28 August 1732 in London.

Robert Heatherly

(6 December 1680 - )
     Robert Heatherly was christened on 6 December 1680 in St Botolph Bishopsgate, London. Robert, son of Edward & Faith Hetherly. He may be the Robert Hetherly aged 2, buried on 28 July 1681 at St Botolph, Bishopsgate.
. He was the son of Edward Heatherly and Faith Unknown (Heatherley).
     He may be the Robert Heatherly, taylor, who married at the Fleet, Mary Worth on 1 May 1721, both of the parish of Bartholomew, Magdalen.

Robert Heatherly

Child of Robert Heatherly

Robert Heatherly

(7 April 1657 - )
     Robert Heatherly was born on 7 April 1657 in Southwark, Surrey. He was the son of Robert Heatherly. Robert Heatherly was christened on 13 April 1657 in St Olave, Southwark, Surrey.

Robert Heatherly

( - 28 April 1798)
     Robert was buried on 28 April 1798 in St Dunstan & All Saints, Stepney, Middlesex, England. Robert Heatherly, of Bethnal Green.

Samuel Heatherly

     Samuel Heatherly married Elizabeth Brown? on 21 December 1729 in the Fleet, London. Samuel Heatherly of All Hallows the Great and Eliz Brown/Brian?? of the same, spinster..

Samuel Heatherly

     Samuel Heatherly married Faith Unknown.

Child of Samuel Heatherly and Faith Unknown

Samuel Heatherly

     Samuel Heatherly married Catherine Unknown (Chetam) on 18 February 1712/13 in London.

Sarah Heatherly

(9 February 1672/73 - 27 April 1673)
     Sarah Heatherly was christened on 9 February 1672/73 in Christ Church, Newgate St, (Greyfriars), London. She was the daughter of William Heatherly and Elizabeth Unknown (Heatherley).
     Sarah was buried on 27 April 1673 in London.

Sarah Heatherly

(17 December 1758 - )
     Sarah Heatherly was born on 17 December 1758 in St Mary, Rotherhithe, Surrey. She was the daughter of John Heatherly.

Rev Seawell Heatherly

(before May 1699 - 5 February 1762)
     A picture of Rev Seawell Heatherly Sale catalogue by Tayler & Fletcher
Lot 337 - A grained framed half length 19th Century Oil on Canvas Portrait study of a Reverend with white
A grained framed half length 19th Century Oil on Canvas Portrait study of a Reverend with white powdered wig and prayer book etc., provenance and information as supplied by the family vendors, Doctor Heatherly (thought to be Reverend Seawell Heatherly 1698-1762), pupil and master of Christ's Hospital School, Grandfather of Hester Heatherly 1760-1834 who married Peter Steele, Doctor of Witham, Essex on 2nd November 1780, 73cm x 62cm. Powered by Translate *. Rev Seawell Heatherly was also known as Heatherley in records. He was born before May 1699 in London. He was the son of William Heatherly.
     Seawell matriculated at Pembroke College, Cambridge University, from 1718 to 1722. He was admitted sizar (aged 19) at Pembroke on 13 May 1718. Son of William, of London, citizen and carpenter. He matriculated in 1717, Grecian, from Christ's Hospital. He gained a BA in 1721/2 and MA in 1725. Seawell was ordained a deacon at Norwich, Norfolk, in February 1721/22. Seawell was a teacher from 1725 to 1753, at Christ's Hospital School, London. He was appointed an Under master at Christ's Hospital (Blue Coat School) in 1725, Upper Grammar Master in 1737, becoming the Headmaster from 1738-1753. He was a student and exhibitioner there in 1718 and was described as Head Master in 1738.
     Seawell was registered as Seawelll Heatherley at Pembroke Hall, Cambridge University, on the August 1727 electoral roll.
     Rev Seawell Heatherly married Hester or Esther Beesly circa 17 October 1727 in London.
     He officiated at many marriages at Christ Church (Greyfriars) between 1733 and 1750 using both Heatherly and Heatherley. Rev Seawell Heatherly was widowed on 25 February 1737/38 in Christ Church, Newgate St, (Greyfriars), London, on the death of his wife Hester or Esther Beesly.
     Rev Seawell Heatherly married secondly Elizabeth Unknown (Compton) on 20 July 1746 in St Katherine by the Tower, London. Seawell Heatherly, widower to Elizabeth Compton, widow, licence; licence signed Seawell Heatherly, the bond was £600.
     The Monthly chronologer, or London magazine, or, Gentleman's monthly intelligencer 22 (Jul 1753) p. 337 reported: Tuesday 12: Was held a general court of the governors of Christ's Hospital, for the election of an upper master of the Grammar School, in the room of Rev Mr Heatherly, preferred to the vicarage of Clavering cum Langley in the county of Essex; when the Rev Mr Townley, of the masters of the Merchant-Taylors school, was chosen by a great majority. Seawell was vicar at Clavering, Essex, between 11 July 1753 and 7 April 1762. His name on the honour board in the church is spelled Seawell Heatherley. He was succeeded by James Penn in 1763.
     Seawell died on 5 February 1762 in Clavering, Essex. Deaths: The Rev Mr Heatherly, late grammar-master of Christ's Hospital, at Clavering in Essex. He was buried on 9 February 1762 in St Mary & St Clement, Clavering.
     The administration of his estate was granted in March 1762 at the Prerogative Court of Canterbury.

Children of Rev Seawell Heatherly and Hester or Esther Beesly