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Cornelis Cornelisz VAN DER ZEE of Delft. [717]
(1653-)
Cornelia Jans CLOECK [123]
Henry GUSTERSON [124]
(-1729)
Constance HOLTON [2039]
(-1743)
Jacobus VANDERZEE [120]
(Abt 1688-1746)
Mary GUSTERSON [2071]
(1706-1762)

John VANDERZEE [127]
(1738-1777)

 

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Spouses/Children:
Ann STUBBS [9506]

John VANDERZEE [127]

  • Born: 11 Dec 1738
  • Baptised: 8 Jan 1738/39, Nayland SFK
  • Marriage: Ann STUBBS [9506] on 4 Dec 1772 in St Mary Hill London
  • Died: 31 Mar 1777, Nayland SFK aged 38
  • Buried: 4 Apr 1777, Nayland SFK
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bullet  General Notes:


England Law Lists.
Admitted 26 Jun 1760 - John Vanderzee of Nayland Gent - Before Judges Thos Law & T Harris - Enrolled 26 Jun 1760.
John is recorded on the Chancery List
Ref: Dr Edward L Fenns book of notes pg 10

Vicar General's Office
John VANDERZEE, Widower
Decr 4th 1772
Which day appeared personally John Vanderzee and made oath that he hath had his usual abode for the space of four Weeks last past in the Parish of St Mary Hill London that he is a Widower and intendeth to Marry with Ann Stubbs of the same Parish a Widow.
Not knowing or believing any Impediment by reason of any Precontract Consanguinity Affinity or any other cause whatsoever to hinder the said intended marriage and he prayed a licence for them to be married in the Parish Church of St Mary Hill aforesaid. (signed) Jno Vanderzee
Sworn before me: And: Coltee Ducarel, Surrogate.
Transcribed Rosie Flower

In 1777 at the birth of his son John, John lived at Eagle St Holborn LON

No record of first marriages - 2008

John Vanderzee
Subscribed to Index to Records called, the Originalia and Memoranda on the Lord Treasurer's Remembrancer's Side of the Exchequer: extracted from the records, and from the manuscripts of Mr. Tayleure, Mr. Madox and Mr. Chapman; formerly officers in that office. Containing all the grants of Abbey lands, and other property, granted by the Crown, from the beginning of the reign of Henry VIII. to the end of Queen Ann. Also, inrollments of charters, grants, and patents to several religious houses, and to cities, boroughs, towns, companies, colleges, and other public institutions from the earliest period. Together with pleadings and proceedings relative to the tenures and estates of the nobility and gentry; commissions to supply manors, lands and tenements; and innumerable other matters. Vol. I. By Edward Jones, Inner-Temple., 1793, JONES, Edward. London
Printed for the editor.
Subject: history
Ancestry.com
It is uncertain if this refers to John Vanderzee [127]

Colchester April 4
Laft Monday died at Nayland, Mr John Vanderzee, late of London, attorney.
The Ipswich Journal Saturday, 5 April 1777.

A brass by the Font in Nayland Church reads " On the right side of this stone lieth the body of John van der Zee late of Farnivall's Inn Attorney at Law who died the. . . . . day of March 177. aged . . . years". Not found 1999.

bullet  Research Notes:


The baptism register for Nayland at this time is very illegible.


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John married Ann STUBBS [9506] [MRIN: 3287] on 4 Dec 1772 in St Mary Hill London.


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