Charles VANDERZEE 
- Christened: 4 Oct 1781, Gt Burstead ESS
- Marriage: Sarah 
- Died: 21 Mar 1821, St Giles Cripplegate City aged 39
- Buried: 22 Mar 1821, St George Camden
Charles was a beneficiary under his mothers Will.
It may be that Charles was first apprenticed to John Parsson of Dunmow ESS as a grocer:
John Parsson of Dunmore ESS Master, Apprentice Charles Vanderzee, date of Indenture 14 Mar 1797, date of Duty 29 Apr 1797, Term 6 years, Fee L63.0.0 Ref:The Genealogist IR 1/37
Letter from Charles Vanderzee to his sister Anne Alston (nee Vanderzee)
November 6, 1806
My dear Anne
I was favoured with your kind letter this morning covering half notes to the amount of 133 L for which I thank you - I certainly should not have written to you for the cash had not Mr Hand positively asserted in his letter that you intended sending me your share by the same days post that he wrote to me - so that you may easily account for my being alarmed
I don't sell grocery Anne, I sell drapery of every description and should you want a nice piece of Irish for your good man or any other article in the linen way I should be happy to receive your orders, and would execute them when I visit Nayland, which I shall be extremely happy to do at Xmas.
I shall at all times be happy to hear from you.
My wife unites with me in love to all
Believe me yours affectly
Note letter "Nov 6 Vanderzee" possibly in George Alston's writing, the address of Henley is possibly Henley on Thames as Anne refers to visiting Henley and Oxford in her letter to her husband George dated 27 April 1809.
Original in the possession of Julia Redman 1999, copy in Fenn archive.
Advertisements And Notices
Begs leave to inform the Ladies of Henley and the neighbourhood, that he will have for inspection, on Monday next the seventh of May, a fashionable assortment of millinery, dresses, linen drapery, etc and humbly solicits a continuance of those favours which he has hitherto experienced.
C.V. having a very extensive connection in the fancy Corset Stay Line, he submits to their attention the following entirely new patterns, viz. The Spinal Stay, the Belted or Tyrolese Stay, the Spanish Stay, and other Jubilee full Corded Stay; these can only be procured from this house.
Country orders punctually attended to.
Henley May 2, 1810
Ref: Jackson's Oxford Journal Saturday 5 May 1810.
Will of Charles Vanderzee of Billericay
16 June 1820
This is the last Will and Testament of me Charles Vanderzee of Billericay in the County of Essex Gentleman which I make in manner following (that is to say) I Give devise and bequeath to my Niece Maria Hand All my Real and Personal Estate and Effects whatsoever and wheresoever and of what nature ever To hold to her my said Niece her Heirs Executors Administrators and Assigns absolutely first [?] and after payment of all my just Debts and funeral and testamentary expenses provided always and in case my said Niece Maria should die under the age of twenty one years and without having been married then I give devise and bequeath my said Real and personal Estates unto my Nephew George Hand his Heirs Executors Administrators and Assigns absolutely And I do hereby nominate and appoint The Reverend John Staples Hand of Billericay aforesaid Clerk and Mary his Wife Executor and Executrix of this my Will and hereby revoking all Wills by me made I do declare this alone to be and contain my last Will and Testament In Witness whereof I the said Charles Vanderzee the Testator have hereunto set my hand and seal the sixteenth day of June In the year of our Lord One thousand Eight Hundred and twenty - Chas Vanderzee - Signed sealed published and declared by the said Charles Vanderzee the Testator as and for his last Will and Testament in the presence of us who in his presence at his request and in the presence of each other have subscribed our names as Witnesses hereto - M Comfort Stockford - Wm Saml Griffin - Marshal Turner his Clerks.
Proved on the first day of October In the year of our Lord One thousand Eight Hundred and twenty one Before The Reverend John Newman Clerk surrogate & by the Oaths of The Reverend John Staples Hand Clerk and Mary his Wife the Executor and Executrix to whom Administration was granted they being first sworn duly to administer.
Ref Chelmsford PRO Wills 135 BR31
Transcribed Rosie Flower 2008.
Burial at St George the Martyr, Queen Sq., Camden
Charles married Sarah  [MRIN: 3221]. (Sarah  died on 30 Jul 1809.)