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Jacobus VANDERZEE [120]
(Abt 1688-1746)
Mary GUSTERSON [2071]
(1706-1762)
George MEAD [12739]
Margaret [12740]
James VANDERZEE [126]
(1737-1785)
Philadelphia MEAD [1041]
(1737-1802)

George VANDERZEE Esq [1377]
(Abt 1767-1837)

 

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Spouses/Children:
1. Mary HAMMOND [943]

2. Ann MARSH [6702]

George VANDERZEE Esq [1377]

  • Born: Abt 1767
  • Marriage (1): Mary HAMMOND [943] on 24 May 1798 in St Marys Newington.
  • Marriage (2): Ann MARSH [6702] on 19 Dec 1833 in St Pancras Parish Chapel Camden LND
  • Died: 29 Mar 1837, 3 Francis Tce Kentish Town MDX aged about 70
  • Buried: 10 Apr 1837, St John the Baptist Kentish Town Camden LND
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George was an apprentice under Charles Piper at the Kings Rembrancers Office 1783

Holdens London Directory 1811 - George Vanderzee Attorney, Kings Remembrancer's Office Exchequer.
London Law List PRO - listed George Vanderzee Attorney, Kings Remembrancer's Office Exchequer. 1802 - 1813 only years searched.

George was a beneficiary under his mothers Will.

Surrey Lent Affizes.
At the same Affifes, two perfons, John Birch and George Vanderzee, (humble Retainers of the Law) were indicted on a profecution of Mr Deputy Iliffe, and fome other Gentlemen of London, for a very rude and violent affault committed in the courfe of laft fummer; agreed to pay all the expefses of the profecution, amounting to between L50 and L60, and alfo to fubfcribe 10 guineas each to fome public charity, on all proceedings againft them being ftopped. This was done under the immediate recommendation of the judge, (Baron Hothman) who paid many compliments to the Prosfcutor for his fpirit on the occafion; and delivered fome pretty fevere admonitions to the culprits, on their unjuftifiable behaviour; not only in committing the offence, but in having contrived to harafs and delay the profecutor by every means in their power.
Ref: St James's Chronicle 24 March 1795.

Court of Exchequer.
Vanderzee v Baxter.
This action came on to be tried before the Lord Chief Baron at the Sittings in last Hillary Term, and was brought by George Vanderzee, of the Kings Remembrancer's Office in the Exchequer, against Dudley Baxter an attorney of Atherstone, in Warwickshire, for business done in 1795. It thus arose at Warwick Summer Assizes, 1794, in a cause of Miller v Foster, the following issue was tried " Whether certain lands in Wolvey, consisting of 500 acres, in the county of Warwick, belonged to the Order of Knights Templars, previous to the Council of Lateran, dated 1215. Upon this trial of verdict was given for the defendant Foster. The most important evidence produced was an ancient MS dated 1185, compiled by Geoffrey Fitz Stephen, a Master of the Temple; and this MS was said by a very experienced Antiquary to contain all the possessions of the Knights Templars in England at the time of the date, and no mention was made of Wolvey.
The plaintiff Miller, the defendant Baxter's client, being dissatisfied with the verdict, moved the Court of King's Bench, for a new trial, which was granted. It was then that plaintiff Vanderzee was applied to by Miller's attorney, the defendant Baxter, who advised him of the necessary steps and enquiries to be made, and who also undertook to investigate the matter thoroughly; and after very painful researchers at all the repositories of records, and manuscripts public and private, in London, and at the Ashmolean and Bodleian libraries at Oxford, the plaintiff so far succeeded, that upon the second trial before Mr Barron Hotham, at the Summer Assizes at Warwick, in 1795, he was enabled to prove, from very ancient original records and documents, that the Manor of Wolvey the locus in quo did belong to the Knights Templars, at the time of the dissolution and seizure of their property in 1308, Edw.II. That the Knights Templar's possessed the identical lands, and to an acre perhaps before; but certainly eight years only after the date of Council of Lateran in 1215. That the manuscript dated 1185, and compiled Geoffrey Fitz Stephen, did not contain all the property the Knights Templar's were possessed of at that time. And further, that the probability was that the Knights Templar's acquired more property between 1185 and 1215, than between any two other periods. Upon this trial a verdict was given for the plaintiff, Miller, and his lands in Wolvey were thereby exempted from tithes.
For the services rendered by Mr Vanderzee the plaintiff, upon this trial, Mr Baxter the defendant refused payment, and for it this action was brought; but it being recommended to refer the matter in difference, the same were referred to James Allan Park, Esq. who after a very full investigation of the matter by Award, dated the 4th of May instant, ordered the defendant to pay to the plaintiff, the amount of his bill, the costs of the action, and the costs of the reference and Award.
Oracle and Public Advertiser Tuesday, May 23, 1797.

It Is Proposed To Publish by Subscription.
The Survey, Extent, and Valuation of every species of Tithe, Glebe, and other possessions belonging to the various Churches, Chapels, and Prebends, of the Diocese of Chichester, including the whole County of Sussex, taken by Commissioners appointed by the Crown in the year 1341, and in the 14th year of the Reign of King Edward III. Upon the Oaths of the Parishioners of each Parish.
By GEORGE VANDERZEE, F.A.S.
Of the Kings Rembrancers Office in the Exchequer.
The utility of this publication will appear sufficiently, not only to the public in general, but to clergyman and lay impropriators in particular. Those surveys will be printed from the original Records in the Exchequer, and to prevent any difficulty which can possibly arise upon a matter of so great antiquity, a Treatise upon the Nature of these surveys, and the occasion and manner of taking them, will accompany the work.
The above work will be printed in one volume, quarto, and is merely offered as one of many intended to include every Diocese and County in England; the present Volume will be put to Press as soon as the number of subscribers will defray the expenses.
The price will be one guinea in boards. No more copies will be printed than are subscribed for, and as an objection is frequently taken to works published by subscription when money is previously demanded, no payment will be required till the delivery of the work.
Subscribers names received at Mr Vanderzee's, No 2, Brick Court, Middle Temple.
Ref: Oracle and Public Advertiser 9 May 1796. Advertised again 14 May.

In June 1799 at the birth of his son George his address is recorded as Hatton Garden, and he is accorded Esq.

The Prayer Book Churchman
By The Reverent Thomas B. Naylor D D
A long review of this work concerning the Irish dioceses of Down and Connor-Dromore, contains this reference. "the details of the taxation known as The Tenths of 1306, have been preserved and are the most ancient collection of ecclesiastical statistics connected with Ireland now remaining. . . . . . The rolls were discovered in 1807 by Mr Vanderzee, a Sub Commissioner of English Records, in the office of the Rembrancer of his Majesty's Exchequer at Westminster, whither they had been removed in 1323". . . . . .
Ref: The Belfast Newsletter 25 February 1892.

Name: George Vanderzee Dates: 1776-1800 Title: Esq. Gender: Male Address: of The Middle Temple
society/club membership: Society of Antiquaries of London, member, Jan. 14, 1796
Source Date: 1796 Source Info:
Appears in list of members A list of the members of the Society of Antiquaries of London, from their revival in 1717, to June 19, 1796. Arranged in chronological and alphabetical order. [Bodley Gough Lond.119(5)], 1717-1796. London
Printed by and for John Nichols, at Cicero's Head, Red Lion Passage, Fleet-street. MDCCXCVIII [1798]
Ancestry.com

London Alphabet - Private Residences 1805 - 1807
George Vanderzee Esq 32 Hatton Garden
CD Archive Bks.

London Electoral Registers 1834
16208 Farringdon Without
Vanderzee George, chambers, Exchequer office.

A letter from George to George Alston [61]on the occasion of the birth of Samuel. Copy on file in Fenn archive.
Dear George,
Any request made by Anne and yourself is not likely to be refused by me. I hope she and the dear babe are well, have you determined upon the name?. What think you of Harry or Henry or Edward. I shall make a point of being present at the christening, I am going into
Yorkshire(?) next week where I shall be detained till the fourth or fifth of November. Let me hear from you this week. Philla joins me with love to Ann and yourself.
I am dear George
Yours very Sincerely
George Vanderzee
John Street
16 October 1809

Nonarum Inquisitiones in Curia Scaccarii temp. regis Edw.III (1341), ed G Vanderzee, Record Commission, London 1807.
Ref: Eye Priory Cartulary and Charters: Part One - Ancestry

NONARUM inquisitiones in curia scaccarii, temp. regis Edwardi III
RECORD COMMISSION
Corporate author: RECORD COMMISSION
Title: NONARUM inquisitiones in curia scaccarii, temp. regis Edwardi III Imprint: [s n ], 1807
Subject: COURT OF EXCHEQUER
Subject: PUBLIC RECORDS
Editor/add. author: VANDERZEE, G
Lincolns Inn Catalogue 2009

Vanderzee George, esq. 5, John-st. Bedford-row.

Valuable Leasehold Property.
John Street, Bedford Row. . . . .
An excellent and substantial leasehold house, most desirably situate number five, on the east side of John Street, Bedford Row, with a coach house and stables in Kings Mews, at the back of ditto; held for a term, of which 37 years unexpired, at the small ground rent of 14 pounds per annum. This valuable residence is on lease to, and in the occupation of George Vanderzee Esq., for an unexpired term of seven years, at the moderate net rent of 130 pounds per annum . . . . .
The house in John Street can only be viewed by permission of the tenant, six days previous to the sale, between the hours of twelve and two. . . . . .
Ref: extracted from Advertisements And Notices The Morning Chronicle Wednesday 9 August 1820.

Court of Kings Beach.
Lord Tenterden: The Attorney General proposed to prove, that there were in the Duchy of Cornwall a class of manors in which there were a sort of tenants called conventionary tenants . . . . .
Mr Vanderzee the Kings Rembrancer in the Court of Exchequer, produced, from that Court, an account of William Dennison's, of the profits of the Manor of Tewington, rendered to the Exchequer, in the 10th and 11th Edward III., immediately before the Duke of Cornwall took possession. . . . . .
Ref: extracted from The Morning Chronicle Friday, November 21, 1828

2003 Records of George Vanderzee Snr. at the Kings Remembrances Office partly perused 2003 as:-
1824 - George Vanderzee; age 57; 6th Sworn Clerk; articled 30 Dec 1782; admitted Sworn Clerk Jan 1820; Average income over three years ending Xmas 1823 L564/1/11d
PRO Ref E167/82

Died.
On the 29th inst., George Vanderzee, Esq., First Secondary in the Kings Rembrancers Office, Inner Temple, in the 71st year of his age.
Ref: The Satirist 2 April 1837.

George's address given in the St Pancras Parish Chapel burial register, dated 10 Apr 1837, was Francis Tce., Kentish Town. His name is mis-transcribed by Ancestry as Vanderzar, he was aged 71.
George Vanderzie, of Francis Tce Kentish Town was also recorded as buried in the register of St John the Baptist Kentish Town on the 10 April 1837 aged 71.
The researcher has taken the view that George was probably buried in the vast and famous, church yard of St Pancras Parish Chapel.

Will of George VANDERZEE
21 May 1836
This is the last Will and Testament of me George Vanderzee of No. 3 Francis Terrace Kentish Town in the County of Middlesex Esquire I do hereby in pursuance and exercise of a power in this behalf contained in the Settlement made on my marriage with my first wife bearing date the twenty third day of May one thousand seven hundred and ninety eight and now vested in me as having survived my said first wife I direct limit appoint and devise all that and those freehold messuage or tenement or pieces or parcels of ground containing in the whole by estimation ninety nine acres or thereabouts situate at Burnham in the County of Essex in some other parish or parishes thereunto near or adjoining and contained [?] in the said Settlement with the appurtenances thereto belonging unto and to the use of my Son Henry Vanderzee one of my three children now living by my said first wife his heirs and assigns for ever Subject nevertheless to and I do hereby in pursuance and exercise of the same power charge the same with an Annuity or yearly rent charge of thirty pounds where I do hereby appoint give and devise to my second wife Ann Vanderzee and Edward Joseph Boddy of No. 10 Calthorpe Street in the County of Middlesex Attorney [inserted] and Mr Isaac Page of Norton Street Brunswick Square in the said County Oilman their executors administrators and assisgns during the natural life of my daughter Marian Vanderzee (another of my three Children now living by my said first wife) by equal half yearly payments the first of such half yearly payments to be made at the expiration of six Calendar Months after my decease together with a proportional part of such annuity or yearly rent charge from the time which shall elapse between the day of my decease or as the case may be that last of such half yearly payments and the decease of the said Marian Vanderzee And I direct that the said Ann Vanderzee and Edward Joseph Boddy and Isaac Page or the survivors or survivor of them or other the Trustees or Trustee for the time being of this my will shall stand possessed of and interested in the said Annuity or yearly rent charge upon the same Trust for my said daughter Marian Vanderzee as hereinafter declared of and concerning the interest dividends and annual product of the sum of two thousand pounds Stock next hereinafter appointed and bequeathed and of the said proportional part of such annuity or yearly rent charge upon Trust to pay the same to the executors and administrators of the said Marian Vanderzee immediately after her decease and I declare that in case and so often as the said Annuity of thirty pounds or in case such proportional part thereof as aforesaid shall be in arrear and unpaid by the whole or in part by the space of fourteen days next after any of the said days or times hereinbefore appointed for the payment thereof as aforesaid then and so often as it shall be lawful for my said Trustees or Trustee for the time being to enter and distrain for the same and for the expenses occasioned by the non-payment thereof upon all or any part of the said hereditaments hereinbefore charged with the payment of the said Annuity in the same manner in all respects as Landlords are authorised by Law to do for rents recovered in and upon [?] Leases for years And also that in case and so often as the said annuity or any such proportional part thereof as aforesaid shall be unpaid either in the whole or in part by the space of seventy eight days after any or either of the times hereinbefore appointed for the payment thereof then and so often (although there shall not have been any legal demand of the same) it shall be lawful for my said Trustees or Trustee to enter into and upon and to hold all or any part of the said hereditaments hereinbefore named [?] as aforesaid and to retain possession and to receive the rents and profits thereof upon the Trust before mentioned or referred to until they he or she shall thereby or shall otherwise be fully paid and satisfied the arrears of the said Annuity or yearly rent charge of thirty pounds which shall be due at the time of such entry and the arrears of the same which may afterwards become due during the time of their his or her being in possession of the said premises and all costs and expenses occasioned by the non-payment thereof at the days or times aforesaid [And I do hereby in pursuance and exercise of a certain other power in this behalf contained in the said Settlement made on my marriage with my said first wife and now vested in me as having survived my said first wife direct and appoint that the sum of two thousand pounds three [?] pounds per cent Consolidated Bank annuities comprised in the said settlement and now or late standing in the names of George Downing and Robert Tindal as Trustees thereof or the Stocks funds or Securities which may be substituted for the same shall upon my decease be transferred into the names of the said Ann Vanderzee Edward Joseph Boddy and Isaac Page to be held by them their executors administrators and assigns upon the Trusts hereinafter declared of and __ the same And I direct that my said Trustees or the survivor or survivors of them or other the Trustees or Trustee for the time being of this my will shall and do stand possessed of and interested in the said sum of Bank Annuities Stocks funds and securities Upon Trust during the lifetime of my said daughter to pay the dividends interest and annual produce thereof into the proper hands of her my said daughter or unto her order to be signified by any Note of Writing under her hand from time to time after the half yearly payment interest dividends and annual produce for the payments of which or any part of which such order shall be given shall have actually become due but not otherwise To the interest that the same Annuity interest dividends and annual produce may be for the sole and separate use of the said Marian Vanderzee independent of any husband she may happen to marry and not to be subject to the debts controul [?] contracts or engagements and to the intent that she may not either solely or jointly with any husband make any assignment or appointment by way of anticipation of any unassured part of the said annuity interest dividends and annual produce or any part thereof and so that the receipt or receipts of the said Marian Vanderzee or of the person or persons to whom she shall order the same to be paid as aforesaid shall be a sufficient discharge for the said annuity interest dividends or annual produce or for so much part thereof as in such receipt or receipts shall be acknowledged to be received and from and after the deceased of my said Daughter Marian Vanderzee I do hereby in pursuance and in exercise of the said last mentioned power direct and appoint that my said Trustees shall and do stand possessed of and interested in the said sum of Bank Annuities stocks funds and securities in Trust for my said daughter Marian Vanderzee and her executors administrators and assigns absolutely in case she should have lawful issue of her body whether living at her decease or not But in case my said daughter shall have no lawful issue of her body then for my said son Henry Vanderzee his executors administrators and assigns absolutely in case he shall be living at the decease of my said daughter or in case he shall be then dead having left lawful issue of his body who shall be living at the decease of my said daughter But in case my said Son Henry Vanderzee shall be dead at the decease of my said daughter without having left lawful issue of his body who shall then be living then in Trust for my Son George Vanderzee (the other of my three children now living by my said first wife) and his assigns for his life in case he shall be living at the decease of my said daughter And subject to and from and after the determination or failure of the several Trusts aforesaid By Trust for my said daughter Marian Vanderzee her executors administrators and assigns absolutely] I give and devise my Copyhold Estate at Tillingham in the County of Essex unto and to the use of my said Son Henry Vanderzee his heirs and assigns for ever Subject nevertheless to and I do hereby charge the same with the said Annuity or yearly rent charge of thirty pounds and proportion part thereof hereinbefore appointed or given to the said Ann Vanderzee Edward Joseph Boddy and Isaac Page their executors administrators and assigns In Trust and for the benefit of my said daughter Marian Vanderzee I do hereby give and bequeath the following Legacies (that is to say) to my said Son Henry Vanderzee the sum of two thousand pounds sterling to each of his two Children George and Henry Edward the sum of fifty pounds Sterling apiece to my said daughter Marian Vanderzee the sum of two hundred pounds Sterling and to my Son George Vanderzee (in case he shall be living at the expiration of six Calendar Months after my decease but not otherwise
[bracket not closed in original] the sum of fifty pounds Sterling and I do hereby direct the said other Legacies hereinbefore bequeathed shall be respectively paid at the expiration of six Calendar Months after my decease and free from Legacy Duty and I do thereon give and bequeath unto my said Son George Vanderzee and his assigns during the term of his natural life one annuity or clear yearly sum of twenty pounds Sterling to be paid by equal quarterly payments without any deduction or abatement whatsoever the first quarterly payment to be made at the expiration of three Calendar Months next after my decease and I do hereby direct that my said Trustees or Trustee shall and do forthwith or as soon as conveniently may be after my decease if they of he shall think proper by with and out of my Personal Estate purchase or appropriate and set apart in their or his names or name in the Books of the Governor and Company of the Bank of England funds sufficient by the dividends and annual produce thereof to pay and satisfy the said Annuity of twenty pounds hereinbefore nominated [?] And I do hereby direct that my said Trustee or Trustee shall stand possessed of and interested in the said funds so to be purchased or appropriated as aforesaid for the purpose of answering and paying the said Annuity And I do hereby give and bequeath all my sums of Stock money in the funds Exchequer Bills Bond debts Book debts and other debts of what description soever and all other monies and Securities for money (except such ready money as shall at the time of my decease be in my House or in the hands of any Banker of factor) unto the said Ann Vanderzee Edward Joseph Boddy and Isaac Page their executors administrators and assigns Upon Trust in the first place to pay thereout my just debts my funeral and Testamentary expenses and the Legacies hereinbefore bequeathed * [Marginal addition] * and to provide for the annuity of twenty pounds also therein before bequeathed
Which debts expenses Legacies and Annuity I do hereby charge upon the sums of Stocks debts and monies hereby bequeathed to my said Trustees in execution of that part of my Estate which is hereinafter bequeathed to my said wife and subject thereto Upon Trust that they the said Ann Vanderzee Edward Joseph Boddy and Isaac Page or the survivor or survivors of them or the executors or administrators of such survivor shall and so as soon as conveniently may be after my decease sell get in and dispose of an convert into ready money so much of the said property hereby bequeathed to them as shall not consist of Stocks finds or Government or Real Securities and lay out and invest the monies which shall arise from the said property as aforesaid and of which the same shall consists at my decease in their his or her names or name in some or one of the Parliamentary Stocks or funds of Great Britain or at Interest upon Government Securities in England And I direct that my said Trustees or Trustee for the time being shall and do stand possessed of and interested in the said property hereinby bequeathed to them and the monies to arise and be produced therefrom and the Stocks funds and Securities of which the same shall from time to time consist and the interest dividends and annual produce thereof (subject as aforesaid) Upon and for these __ intents and purposes hereinafter expressed and declared of and concerning the same (that is to say) Upon Trust to pay the same interest dividends and annual produce unto my said wife Ann Vanderzee and her assigns during the term of her natural life for her sole and separate use and benefit independently of any future husband whom she may happen to marry but subject nevertheless to the maintenance thereout of such of my Children by my said present wife as being Sons shall for the time being under the age of twenty one years and as being daughters shall for the time being under that age and unmarried and from and after the decease of my said wife I direct that my said Trustees or Trustee shall stand possessed of and interested in the last mentioned Stocks funds and Securities In Trust for all and every my Children or Child by my said present wife living at my decease or born in due time afterwards in such parts shares and proportions or for any one or more of such Children in exclusion of any other or others (children?) and at such age or ages time or times and subject to such Trusts provisions conditions and limitations over for the benefit of or relating to some or one of such Children as the said Ann Vanderzee at any time or times during her life by and Deed or Deeds instrument or instruments in Writing with or without power of reparation and now appointment to be sealed and delivered by her in the presence of and attested by two or more credible witnesses or by her last Will and Testament in Writing or any Writing in the nature of or purporting to be her last Will and Testament or any Codicil or Codicils thereto to be signed and published in the presence of and attested by the like number of credible witnesses shall direct or appoint and for want of such direction or appointment in so far as no such direction or appointment shall extend In Trust for all and every my Children or Child by my said present wife living at my decease or born in due time afterwards who being a Son or Sons shall live to attain the age of twenty one years or being a daughter or daughters shall live to attain that aged or be married which shall first happen and if there shall be two or more such Children equally to be divided between or among them share and share alike and their respective executors admors and assigns and in case there shall be only one such Child who being a Son shall live to attain the age of twenty one years or being a daughter shall live to attain that age or be previously married then in Trust for such Child and his or her executors administrators and assigns Provided always and I do hereby direct that if any of my Children by my said Wife shall take a share of and in the said trust Premises by virtue of or under any appointment to be made in pursuance of the power hereinbefore given to my said wife then and in such Case such Child shall be entitled to no further share of and in the said Trust Premises until such child shall have brought his or her appointed share into hotchpot and shall have accounted for the same accordingly unless my said Wife shall have declared a contrary intention in writing And I do hereby direct that my said Trustees or Trustee for the time being shall and do in the meantime after the decease of the said Ann Vanderzee pay and apply the income of the presumptive share for the time being of each of my said Children by her not then entitled to a vested interest in the said Trust Premises for or towards the maintenance support and education of such Child until his or her share shall become vested or her or she shall previously die Provided always and I do hereby declare that it shall be lawful for my said Trustees or Trustee for the time being with the consent in writing of my said wife during her life and after her decease of their or his own proper authority from time to time to sell transfer or dispose of any part or parts of the share or shares hereby intended for such of my Children by my said present wife as shall be a Son or Sons not exceeding one third part of his or their presumptive or expectant share or shares of and in the said trust monies stocks funds and securities and to apply the monies to arise by such sale transfer or disposition for the placing or putting of him or them whose share or respective shares shall be so in part sold transferred or disposed of to any Profession Business or Employment or for his or their Instruction therein or otherwise for his or their benefit or advancement in the World notwithstanding his or their share or respective shares shall not be then vested or payable And I do hereby give and bequeath all my ready money which shall at the time of my decease be in my House or in the hands of any Banker or factor unto my said wife Ann Vanderzee for her own absolute use and benefit And I do hereby give and bequeath my Leasehold House No.3 Francis Terrace in Kentish Town in the County of Middlesex and all my Household furniture plate linen and chine Books Wine and other Liquors and All The Residue of my Personal Estate whatsoever not hereinbefore bequeathed unto my said wife Ann Vanderzee for her own absolute sole and separate use and benefit independently of any future husband she may happen to marry and to be disposed in such manner as she whether convert or sell and notwithstanding her coverture may think proper But in case at the decease of my said Wife there shall be any of the property lastly hereinbefore bequeathed to he which she shall not have disposed of in her lifetime or by her Will then I give and bequeath the property so undisposed of upon the decease of her my said wife to the Trustees or Trustee for the time being of this my Will Upon Trust to sell dispose of and convert the same into money and to lay out and invest such money in manner hereinbefore mentioned And I direct that my Trustees or Trustee shall stand possessed of and interested in such money and the Stocks funds and Securities in or upon which the same shall be laid or invested upon and for the same Trusts intents and purposes as are hereinbefore declared and expressed of and concerning sums (?) of Stock and other property hereinbefore bequeathed to my said Trustees from after the decease of my said Wife And whereas the Provision hereinbefore made for my said Son George Vanderzee is less ample than would otherwise have been in consequence of my having advanced various sums of money to him or on his behalf Now I do hereby forgive to my said Son George Vanderzee all debts which may be owing from him to me at the time of my decease Provided he shall not dispute this my Will or attempt to defeat or disturb any of the appointments devises or bequests hereinbefore contained but not otherwise And in case he shall make any such attempt as aforesaid then I do hereby revoke the appointment and bequests in his favour hereinbefore contained And I do hereby declare my Will and mind to be that if shall and may be lawful for the said Trustees or Trustee for the time being acting under this my Will to __ proved [?] compound for or subject to arbitration or otherwise settle any debt or debts sum or sums of money which shall be owing to or from me or any amounts or reckonings which shall be subsisting and unsettled between me and any person or persons at the time of my decease and to accept and security or securities whatsoever for any debt or debts which may be due and owing to me at the time of my decease and to give or allow such time or times for the payment of such debt or debts as my said Trustees or Trustee may think proper or expedient and to abandon any such debt or debts as they he or she may deem bad or desparate and which they he or she may think is not advisable to sue for or endeavour to recover and without being answerable for any loss which may arise thereby Provided always and I do hereby further direct that it shall be lawful for the Trustees or Trustee for the time being of this my Will at any time or times at their or his discretion to alter vary or transpose all or any part of the Stocks funds or Securities which for the time being shall be vested in them __ __ upon any of the Trusts aforesaid for or into other Stocks funds or Securities of the same of the like nature when and as often as occasion may require or as they or he shall think proper and that the said Trustees or Trustee for the time being shall stand possessed of and interested in all such new or other Stocks funds or Securities as aforesaid and the interest dividends or annual produce thereof upon and for such Trusts intents and purposes and under and subject to such powers and provisions as are in and by this my Will expressed and declared and contained of and concerning the Trusts Premises which shall be so altered and varied or transposed as aforesaid and the interest dividends and annual produce thereof or as near thereto as the __ of the parties and other circumstances will permit Provided also and I do hereby further declare that the receipt or receipts of the Trustees or Trustee for the time being acting under or in execution of the Trusts of this my Will shall be a good and effectual release and discharge for all and singular the monies which shall now to their his or her hands by virtue of or under this my Will or the Trust powers or authorities aforesaid or for so much of such Trust monies respectively as in such receipt or receipts shall be expressed or acknowledged to be received and that the person or persons paying any such monies and __ such receipt or receipts for the same as aforesaid shall not afterwards be obliged to __ the application or be in anywise answerable or accountable for the loss misapplication or nonapplication thereof or for any part thereof Provided also and I do hereby further direct that it shall be lawful for the said Ann Vanderzee if she shall think proper at any time before the aforesaid Trusts shall be fully performed or satisfied by any Deed or Writing under her hand and seal or by her last Will and Testament or any Writing in the nature thereof to be duly published by her to nominate and appoint an additional or fourth Trustee of this my Will Provided also and I do hereby further direct that in case the said Ann Vanderzee Edward Joseph Boddy and Isaac Page or any or either of them or any succeeding or other Trustee or Trustees to be appointed as hereinbefore or hereinafter mentioned shall happen to die or desire to be discharged or refuse or neglect or become incapable or unfit to act in the Trusts hereinbefore declared or shall go to reside beyond Seas before the same Trusts shall be fully performed or satisfied them and so often as the same shall happen it shall be lawful for my said wife is she shall be living but if not then for the surviving or continuing or other Trustees or Trustee of the said Trust Premises for the time being of her their or his * [Marginal addition] * give proper authority by and Deed or Writing under her their or his hand and seal or hands and seals to nominate and appoint any other person or persons to be a Trustee or Trustees in the place of the Trustee or Trustees so dying or deciding to be discharged or refusing neglecting or becoming incapable or unfit to act or going to reside beyond Seas as aforesaid And I do hereby further direct that when and so often as any additional or new Trustee or Trustees shall be appointed in any of the ways hereinbefore mentioned All the Trust Premises thereupon with all convenient speed be transferred and assured in such manner as that the same may be legally and effectually vested in the newly appointed Trustee or Trustees jointly with the former continuing Trustee or Trustees of the Trust Premises or in case there shall be no continuing former Trustee then the newly appointed Trustee or Trustees only upon and for the several Trusts interests and purposes hereinbefore expressed and declared of and concerning the same or such of them as shall then be existing and capable of taking effect and that all each additional or new Trustee or Trustees shall and may in all respects and assent in the carrying on and execution of the Trusts to which he of they shall be so appointed as fully and effectively and with all such powers and authorities as if each additional or new Trustee or Trustees had been hereby appointed and the Trustee or Trustees in or to whose place he or they shall come or succeed could or might do or could have done under or by virtue of this my Will Provided also and I do hereby further declare that the Trustees or Trustee for the time being of this my Will shall be answerable only for so much money as they or he shall respectively actually receive by virtue of or under this my Will or the Trusts or powers aforesaid notwithstanding their joining in receipts for the sake of conformity and that they shall be answerable for their own respective acts receipts neglects and defaults only and that they or any of them shall not be answerable for any misfortune loss or damage which may happen in the execution of any of the aforesaid Trusts or powers in relation thereto except the same shall happen by or through their or his own wilful default or neglect respectively And also that the said Trustees shall and may by and out of the monies which shall come to their respective hands by virtue of this my Will or of the Trusts and powers aforesaid retain to and reimburse himself herself and themselves respectively and also allow to his her and their Co Trustees and Co Trustee all loss costs damages and expenses which they shall respectively sustain expend or be put unto or which shall be to them or any of them occasioned in or about the execution or by reason or in consequence of the Trusts hereby in them reposed And I do hereby appoint my said wife Ann Vanderzee and the said Edward Joseph Boddy and Isaac Page Executors of this my Will and I appoint the said Ann Vanderzee Guardian of my Children during their respective minorities
In Witness whereof I the said George Vanderzee have to this my last Will and Testament contained in twelve sheets of paper set my hand and seal that is to say my hand to the eleven first sheets and my hand and seal to this twelfth and last sheet this twenty first day of May in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and thirty six.
Geo: Vanderzee
Signed Sealed published and declared by the said George Vanderzee the Testator as and for his last Will and Testament in the presence of us who at his request and in the presence of each other have hereunto subscribed our names as witnesses Joseph Dove No 12 __ Street Lincolns Inn (? ?) Attorney at Law George Hall No 4 Wil__ Walk Corn Chandler Kentish Town Maria Whitwell of No 3 Francis Terrace Kentish Town Servant to Mr Vanderzee
28th March 1837 Codicil
I hereby annexe to my last Will and Testament this my Codicil I wish to leave to my Son George Vanderzee the Tillingham Cottage and field
Maria Whitwell Sarah Williams Jane Page Witness and signed in the presence of Mrs Vanderzee and family by desire of George Vanderzee dated this 28th day of March 1837

12th May 1837 Affadavit
Appeared Personally Maria Whitwell of Francis Terrace Kentish Town in the County of Middlesex Spinster Sarah Williams of No 8 Tottenham Place Tottenham Court Road Spinster and Jane Page of Kenton [?] Street Brunswick Square in the same County Spinster and being sworn to depose the truth made oath as follows that they are the subscribent witnesses to the Codicil to the last Will and Testament of George Vanderzee late of Francis Terrace aforesaid Esquire deceased which Codicil is now thereto annexed and bears date the twenty eighth day of March 1837 and purports to give and bequeath to the deceaseds Son George Vanderzee a certain Cottage and field at Tillingham in the County of Essex which Estate as these deponents have been informed and believe Copyhold and the said Maria Whitwell and Sarah Williams for themselves say that they were present and heard the said Codicil read over to the deceased who was at that time of perfect sound mind memory and understanding but very ill in bed and having expressed his approbation thereof being at that time unable to sign his name made his mark thereto under the word "March" in the date of the said Codicil as the same now appears and that they then respectively set and subscribed their names thereto as witnesses and the said Jane Page for herself saith that on the said twenty eighth day of March she was present in the said deceaseds room and although [?] she did not see the mark to the said Codicil made yet she hear the same read over to the deceased who expressed his approbation thereof and that it was as __ and therefore she the deponent set and subscribed her name thereto as the same now also appears. Maria Whitwell Sarah Williams Jane Page
On the 12th May 1837 the said Maria Whitwell Sarah Williams and Jane Page were duly sworn to the truth of this Affidavit before me J Haggard Surr ___ London Not. Pub.

Proved at London with a Codicil 19th May 1837 before the Worshipful John Banyard Doctor of Laws and Surrogate by the Oaths of Ann Vanderzee Widow the Relict and Isaac Page two of the Executors to whom Admon was granted having first sworn duly to administer power reserved of making the life Grant to Edward Joseph Boddy the other Executor when he shall apply for the same
Transcribed Rosie Flower 2008. Prob 11/1879.
Copy on this file

Monumental Inscription - St John the Baptist Kentish Town.
Sacred - To The Memory Of - George Vanderzee Esquire -
Obiit XXIX March MDCCCXXXVII Ae 70.
Ref: Cansick's Epitaphs of Middlesex 1 St Pancras. NZSOG Auckland.

bullet  Research Notes:


A George Vanderzee a resident of London, in 1810 held freehold property in Burnham ESS and voted for The Knight of the Shire for Essex election in January 1810.
Ref: http://www.essex-family-history.co.uk/Voters1810.htm

Buckinghamshire Records and Local Studies Service
County of Buckinghamshire Quarter Sessions [Q/AB/1 - Q/AB/70]
COUNTY OF BUCKINGHAMSHIRE QUARTER SESSIONS
Catalogue Ref. Q
COURT RECORDS
BRIDGES
FILE - Datchet Bridge - ref. Q/AB/5 - date: 1808-1810
item: Geo. Vanderzee to (Tindal ?): commenting on the documentary evidence. - ref. Q/AB/5/15a - date: June 28 1809
item: Sub-poenas to John Thornborrow, Jas. Pillar, Geo. Vanderzee , Wm. Hollister, Ric. Gray and John Rudlen, to appear at the trial. - ref. Q/AB/5/47a-d - date: June 21 1808

To find out more about the archives described below, contact Buckinghamshire Records and Local Studies Service <http://www.hmc.gov.uk/archon/searches/locresult.asp?LR=8>
A2A

Court Proceedings
C 12/2182/18 Vanderzee v. Gullifer 1796
Ref PRO
http://catalogue.pro.gov.uk
It is uncertain which Vanderzee these matters pertain to, refer also to John Vanderzee [9803].

E 167/82 Papers relating to returns to House of Commons, Treasury, etc, concerning organisation and fees of K R Office. Includes George Vanderzee `Relative to the office of Cursitor Baron' <http://catalogue.pro.gov.uk/ 1822-1830
Ref PRO.

Report on the Miscellaneous Records of the King's Remembrancer's Office, by
George Vanderzee, Esq., dated 6 March 1833. [Referred to at page 172.] To the
Right Honourable the Commissioners upon the Public Records of the Kingdom.
Page 302
. . . . . and transmitted to the Board by the King's Remembrancer, occupied a
considerable portion of time in the months of October, November, and December
last. George Vanderzee. Kino's RememBrancer's Office, March 6th, 1833.
Page 451
Letter from Robert Thompson, Esq. on the subject of the miscellaneous records
of the King's Remembrancer's Office. Supplement VI. * Report on the
miscellaneous records of the King's Remembrancer's Office, by George Vanderzee,

Page 298
Report on the Miscellaneous Records of the King's Remembrancer's Office, by
George Vanderzee, Esq., dated 6 March 1833. [Referred to at page 172.] To the
Right Honourable the Commissioners upon the Public Records of the Kingdom.
Page 302
. . . . . and transmitted to the Board by the King's Remembrancer, occupied a
considerable portion of time in the months of October, November, and December
last. George Vanderzee. Kino's RememBrancer's Office, March 6th, 1833.
Page 451
Letter from Robert Thompson, Esq. on the subject of the miscellaneous records
of the King's Remembrancer's Office. Supplement VI. * Report on the
miscellaneous records of the King's Remembrancer's Office, by George Vanderzee, . . . . .
Refhttp://books.google.co.nz/books?id=ZSIPAAAAYAAJ&pg=PA298&lpg=PA298&dq=George+Vanderzee&source=bl&ots=FJ5WZhJyoj&sig=VL36KIUBrzPdvr3uN85PUmX7AR4&hl=en&sa=X&ei=46R7T46POPDGmQXzu_HkAw&sqi=2&ved=0CEQQ6AEwBg#v=onepage&q=George%20Vanderzee&f=false


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George married Mary HAMMOND [943] [MRIN: 31], daughter of Edmund HAMMOND [9330] and Elizabeth [9484], on 24 May 1798 in St Marys Newington. (Mary HAMMOND [943] was born on 12 Sep 1770, baptised on 29 Sep 1770 in Christ Church Latchingdon with Snoreham and died before 1833.)


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George next married Ann MARSH [6702] [MRIN: 2235] on 19 Dec 1833 in St Pancras Parish Chapel Camden LND. (Ann MARSH [6702] was born about 1786 in Farnham SRY and died on 12 Feb 1865 in Hammersmith MDX.)


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