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Thomas NOTTIDGE [28713]
(1681-Bef 1752)
Elizabeth Ann GOODEY [28714]
(1682-1747)
Josais NOTTIDGE [26758]
(1706-1768)
Anne MALLYON [26761]
(Abt 1703-1738)
Thomas NOTTIDGE of Bocking ESS [22047]
(1734-1816)

 

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Spouses/Children:
1. Anne WALL [22048]

Thomas NOTTIDGE of Bocking ESS [22047]

  • Born: 28 Sep 1734, Bocking ESS
  • Marriage (1): Anne WALL [22048] in 1765 in Ham West ESS
  • Died: 13 May 1816, Bocking ESS aged 81
  • Buried: 18 May 1816, Bocking ESS
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Thomas Nottidge
Age83
Birth year1733
Burial date18 May 1816
ChurchSt Mary Bocking
CountyEssex
National Burial Index For England & Wales

Thomas Nottidge
Gender: Male
Burial Date: 18 May 1816
Burial Place: St. Mary, Bocking, Essex, England
FHL Film Number: 1702147
Reference ID: 17

Thomas Nottidge
Dates: 1776-1800
Location: Bocking Essex
Title: Esq
Address(es): Bocking, Essex
Source Date: 1785
Subject: commerce
Subscribed to a Treatise on Inland Navigation: illustrated with a Whole-Sheet Plan, delineating the course of an intended Navigable Canal From London to Norwich and Lynn, Through the Counties of Essex, Suffolk, and Norfolk, Denoting every Town and Village through which it is proposed to pass. With Two Other Plans, To prove the Practicability of executing the Whole with Success: And a Plan for extending the Navigation from Bishop-Stortford to Cambridge, without passing through the Grounds or Parks of Shotgrove or Audley End; by which the Opposition that has been always made by the Noble Owners of those Grounds is obviated, and a direct Conveyance from Cambridge to London, by Water, may be carried into Execution. The Lands through which the Canal is proposed to pass, will double, and in many Parts treble their present Value; and, besides the great Advantage to Land-holders, its Utility and Benefit will extend to the Trade of these Counties in particular, as well as to the Public at large, by the means of a cheap and speedy Conveyance for Corn, and all heavy Articles, to Market, by Water, whether for Home Consumption or Exportation.
There will be found a vast Saving, when compared to the great Expence of Land Carriage; which is clearly proved in the Treatise. Another important and National Object will arise from this Plan, which is, that the Cities of London and Westminster may be supplied with Corn and Coals, which at all times will prevent a Scarcity or Monopoly, 1785, PHILLIPS, John. London, Cambridge, Lynn, Newmarket, Swaffham, Norwich, Diss, Beccles, Thetford, Stowmarket, Sudbury, Hadley, Bury, Chelmsford, Colchester, Braintree, Brentwood;

Probate 15 June 1816

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1. Thomas Nottidge: Will 1794 Proved 1816.


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Thomas married Anne WALL [22048] [MRIN: 7924], daughter of James WALL [26757] and Unknown, in 1765 in Ham West ESS. (Anne WALL [22048] was born in 1734 and died in 1799.)


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