James TURLE Elizabeth BROWN Emma TURLE Elizabeth Ann TURLE John TURLE James TURLE Sarah Jane TURLE Isabella Mary WANS Zebedee TURLE Susanna CANON Mini tree diagram
John Turle 1793 - 1865 (from the collection of Frances Hartman)

John Turle 1793 - 1865 (from the collection of Frances Hartman)

John TURLE

1792 - 22nd May 1865

Independent5

Life History

1792

Born in Devonport, Devon

12th Aug 1792

Baptised in Stoke Damarel, Devon.1

Baptised as John Turdell

28th Jun 1818

Publication of banns of marriage to Elizabeth BROWN in St James Clerkenwell, Islington, London.9

5th Jul 1818

Publication of banns of marriage to Elizabeth BROWN in St James Clerkenwell, Islington, London.9

12th Jul 1818

Publication of banns of marriage to Elizabeth BROWN in St James Clerkenwell, Islington, London.9

18th Jul 1818

Married Elizabeth BROWN in St James Clerkenwell, Islington, London.9

Witnesses were John Conry and Thos burwash

from 1824 to 1828

Resident in 47 Old Gravel Lane, Wapping.2

13th May 1825

Birth of daughter Emma TURLE in Islington

11th Jul 1826

Occupation surgeon.2

4th Jul 1827

Birth of daughter Elizabeth Ann TURLE in London

from 1828 to 1837

Occupation Gentleman.3,4

1829

Occupation chemist with Edwards in 47 Old Gravel Lane, Wapping

(Post Office Directory 1829)

22nd Apr 1830

Birth of son John TURLE in Islington

23rd May 1832

Birth of son James TURLE in Edmonton, Middlesex.14

28th Aug 1836

Birth of daughter Sarah Jane TURLE in Lambeth

6th Jun 1841

Occupation Independent in Lambeth, Middlesex.5

6th Jun 1841

Occupation surgeon in Kennington, Lambeth, Surrey.5

6th Jun 1841

Recorded in census in Kennington, Lambeth, Surrey (Wandsworth Road, Treachers Place, Lambeth, Surrey).5

6th Jun 1841

Recorded in census in Lambeth, Middlesex (St Marks Road, Lambeth, Middlesex).5

30th Mar 1851

Occupation landed proprietor in Islington.6

30th Mar 1851

Recorded in census in Islington (1 Richmond Villas, Seven Sisters, Islington, London).6

27th Nov 1853

Death of daughter Emma TURLE in Islington.10,11

22nd Jul 1854

Death of son John TURLE in Islington.12,13

7th Apr 1861

Occupation Landed Proprieter & Co in Islington, London.8

7th Apr 1861

Recorded in census in Islington, London (1 Richmond Villas, Seven Sisters, Road, Islington, London).7

6th Mar 1863

Wrote will

22nd May 1865

Died in Islington (Richmond Villas, Seven Sisters Road,Holloway)

Other facts

 

Partner of Isabella Mary WANS

Never Married

Notes

  • John had a god daughter, Louisa Johnson, the wife of James Johnson, daughter of John and Rebecca

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  • The property dealer:

    Advertisement in The Times 2 Oct 1824

    Lots of land for sale in Tollington - contact John Turle 47 Gravel Lane, Ratcliffe Highway

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  • Sun Fire Office Policies on houses in Tollington Park

    11 July 1826
    John took out a fire insurance policy with the Sun Fire Office on the houses at 1 Tollington Place (valued at  500) and 1-12 New Road, Tollington Park, Hornsey Road, Islington (valued at 4200). All the houses were made of brick and at least the 12 houses in New Road were unfinished.

    26 July 1827
    Isaac Pocock, an engineer of Maidenhead Bridge, Berks, and John took out a fire insurance policy with the Sun Fire Office on the empty houses at 1 Tollington Place, Tollington Park, Hornsey Road, Islington  and 5, 6, 11 & 12 on the north side of New Road, Tollington Park, Hornsey Road, Islington (valued at 2000) and also 9 & 10 on the north side of New Road (valued at 1000). All the houses were made of brick.

    7 August 1827
    John took out a fire insurance policy with the Sun Fire Office on four unfinished brick houses at 1-4 New Road, Tollington Park, Hornsey Road, Islington (valued at 1600).

    13 August 1828
    In the Sun Fire Office register there is an entry for Isaac Pocock of Maidenhead Bridge, Berks, and John Turle to take out insurance on a [?]  only at 1 Tollington Place, Tollington Park, Hornsey Road, Islington (valued at 400)  and 5, 6, 11 & 12 on the north side of New Road, Tollington Park, Hornsey Road, Islington (valued at 1600) and also 9 & 10 on the north side of New Road (valued at 1000). All the houses were made of brick and empty.  This entry was subsequently altered to the insurers name of John Innes Pocock only, an amendment to show that Tollington Place was now occupied by Jethrow Standerwick and the value of 9 and 10 New Road was reduced to 800.

    NOTE: New Road was subsequently renamed Turle Road.

    .15

Sources

  • 1. Parish Registers - Stoke Damarel
    • Plymouth Record Office (Ross Turle)
  • 2. Sun Fire Office Records
  • 3. Parish Registers - LMA
  • 4. Parish Registers - Ancestry
    • 1832 Baptism records of St Andrew, Holborn
  • 5. UK Census 1841
  • 6. UK Census 1851
  • 7. 1861 Census
    • Ancestry - transcript Sarle; 1837online transcript Tarle
  • 8. 1861 Census
  • 9. Parish Registers - Ancestry
    • Marriage register of St George in the East
  • 10. Will of John Turle 1865
  • 11. Research of Jane Littlecott
    • The (Unitarian) Inquirer
  • 12. The Times
    • galegroup.com
    • July 26, 1854; pg1; Issue 21803; ColA
  • 13. The Gentleman's magazine
    • 1854
  • 14. Parish Registers - Ancestry
    • Baptism records of St Andrew, Holborn
  • 15. Sun Fire Office Records
    • MS 11936/505/1047741; MS 11936/511/1063482;MS 11936/513/1063771;MS 11936/512/1080150.

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