George VANDERZEE 
- Born: Abt 1799, Holborn London
- Baptised: 12 Jun 1799, St Andrew Holborn London.
- Marriage (1): Isabella VANDERZEE  on 21 Jun 1838 in Old Church St Pancras London
- Marriage (2): Eliza Ann Wood MARRIOTT  on 25 Apr 1850 in St James Paddington London
- Died: 26 Apr 1884, Paddington London MDX aged about 85
Baptism register St Andrew Holborn Camden.
George son of George Vanderzee Esq., and Mary his wife Hatton Garden 12 June 1799.
George is recorded in the List of Carthusians as a pupil of Charterhouse School Godalming SRY: "1812 b1799. Solicitor"
Mrs Anne Alston in her book "The Churchmans Almanack" 1853 writes "George V's address 16 Elizabeth Tce, Westbourne Park Rd.
2003 Records of George Vanderzee Jnr. at the Kings Remembrances Office partly perused 2003 as:-
1824 - George Vanderzee (Jnr); age 25; Articled 27 Feb 1819; period of qualification to practice 27 Feb 1824.
PRO Ref. E167/82
A fire, lamentably destructive in its consequences, occurred about two o'clock on Tuesday last, upon Great Potton farm, in Potton Island, Great Wakering, occupied by Mr Higginbotham. It is said to have been first observed by a person in a boat at sea, to break out at the end of the barn, which was destroyed with its contents, also a granary, stable (with all the plough and cart harness) and a range of sheds; five corn stacks were also on fire part of which was saved, but it is not expected to prove of any value; two of the stacks were wheat, of which grain about 200 quarters were burnt. The wind was favourable, whilst the few inhabitants upon the island gave every assistance, and by their exertions rescued much property from the flames. The damage done is estimated at 2000L, which, we understand is covered by insurance in the Protector-office. Potton Island contains about 600 acres, having but two farming establishments; one occupied by Mr Higginbotham and the other by George Vanderzee, Esq the proprietor. Ipswich Journal.
The Times Monday, November 18, 1833 page 2 col. F.
Potton Island is just 3 miles NW of Shoebury.
Report on the Miscellaneous Records of the King's Remembrancer's Office, by
George Vanderzee, Esq., dated 6 March 1833. . . . .
Mr George Vanderzee, Junior, the other Side Clerk, who attended previously to the month of July, was necessarily obliged to discontinue on the account of the death of a near relative in the country, which happened at the end of July; and where his attendance has been since required, and where he now remains.
Little Potton Farm.
Little Wakering Essex
To Be Sold by Auction.
By Joseph Markwell
On Wednesday, 16 September, 1835, at 11 o'clock, upon the premises, Little Potton by order of George Vanderzee, Esq. quitting the said farm.
All the excellent live and dead stock and other effects;
The livestock consisting of 18 well bred horses, mares and colts, of good ages and substance; 3 South Wales beast, fit for the butcher; 2 cows, 79 Hampshire Down yearlings, 9 pigs.
The dead stock comprises 2 broad wheel wagons, 4 ploughs, 2 broad wheel full-sized tumbrels and one three-quarter ditto, crab and other barrows, bellied and stretch land rollers, to long stack ladders, plough and cart, harness for 10 horses; 3 excellent stack frames, 2 with 12 stone pillars and caps each, and one with 9 ditto; clover seed frame, walling planks and barrows, hand implements, and other effects, which will be expressed in catalogues, and may be had in due time, at all the Inns in Rochford Hundred; White Hart Inn, Romford, Brentwood, and Chelmsford; Crown and Sun Inns Billericay, Bull Aldgate, White Hart Burnham, upon the premises at C C Noone's printing office, and of the auctioneer Rayleigh.
Essex Herald 8 September 1835
Kings Remembrancer's Records.
The records of the King's Remembrancers Office have been subjected to a continual series of accidents since the institution of the commission. The commission commenced in 1801, and continued the work of arrangement in the Kings Remembrancers office for about a year, when it was suspended; and Mr Vanderzee was employed to edit the Nonae Rolls. . . . . .
The Times December 24, 1836 page 7 col. C.
Owner: George Vanderzee. Occupier: Robert Henry Willes. Parish of Tillingham ESS 8 Nov 1837. Plan No. 418 IR 29/12/345.
Cottage & garden, Furze field in grass 4a 2r 32p Tithe 12/6d
Owner: Robert Bristow Esq. Occupier: George Vanderzee. Parish of Shoeburyness ESS. 22 May 1838. Plan No. 176 IR 29/12/300. Front piece of meadow 2r 29p Tithe 2/0d
Owner: Lady Sarah Burgess. Occupier: George Vanderzee. Parish of Shoeburyness ESS. 22 May 1838. Plan No. 155,156, 157, 158. IR 29/12/300. House 3r 14p, Pond Offices Cottage Orchard Garden, 1a 2r 24p. Pond Pasture, 3a 1r 27p. Arable 4a 1r 38p. Total 10a 1r 23p. Tithe L3 14s 6d
Owner: George Vanderzee. Occupier: Samuel Clift & Others. Parish of Latchington cum Lawling ESS. 5 Mar 1839. Plan in 43Pts IR 29/12/196. Homestead, Cottages & gardens, fields arable & pasture, ponds, yards, groves, 570a 1r 38p Tithe L159 18s 0d
Ref: The Genealogist.
Nobility, Clergy, Gentry.
Vanderzee George Esq., South Shoebury Cottage
Piggot & Co. Southend etc 1839.
Court of Exchequer
Queens Remembrancers Office.
. . . . . George Vanderzee . . . . .
Post Office London (Law) Directory 1841
TRANSLATORS OF LATIN RECORDS.
Vanderzee, George, exchequer-office, temple
Ref: England & Wales The Law List, 1843 - Ancestry
George was a sponsor at the christening of Theodore George Fenn, 5 August 1846 Nayland.
Game Lists. Essex.
General Game Certificate: £4 0s 10d each
Vanderzee George South Shoebury
Chelmsford Chronicle 28 September 1849
Vanderzee G Esq. Sth Shoebury, Rochford.
Post Office Directory Sussex 1851.
The Manor of Southminister ESS
Indenture dated 31 July 1861
Refers to the Copyhold of a Messuage or Tenement and Land of 15 Acres called Christmas Crofts together with appurtances called Ruses in the Manor of Southminster ESS taken up by George Vanderzee Esq of 16 Elizabeth Tce Paddington MDX and his now late wife Isabella on the 26 May 1852 to be purchased as Freehold by the said George Vanderzee for a consideration of L109/11/4d from the Govenors of Charterhouse and completed on the 21 August 1861
PRO MAF 9/95 Ref 3184 Southminster ESS
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Post Office Directory 1851 Essex: George is recorded as of South Shoebury
Vanderzee George Esq 16 Elizabeth tce Westbourne Park.
London Royal Blue Book 1860.
Vanderzee Geo. 31 Westbourne Park Rd. W.
Post Office London (Court) Directory 1882.
Vanderzee George Esq. 16 June 1884. The Will of George Vanderzee late of 31 Westbourne Park Road Paddington in the County of Middlesex Esq. Who died 26 April 1884 at 31 Westbourne Park Road was approved at the Principal Registry by Eliza Anne Wood Vanderzee of 31 Westbourne Park Road Widow the relict and George Yorke Vanderzee of the 17 Kildare Gardens Paddington Esq the son the Executors. Personal Estate L5,108 18s 7d.
Image unproven to George, but certainly a Vanderzee of the family descended from Jacobus Vanderzee - image from Fenn Family Album
Herefordshire Record Office: Kington and Huntington Manorial Records
The contents of this catalogue are the copyright of Herefordshire Record Office.
Rights in the Access to Archives database are the property of the Crown.
Lord Rayleigh is lord of Latchingdon, or "The King's Manor," and George Vanderzee is lord of the manor of Lawling Hall; but the latter, with the hall and 570A. of freehold land, is now advertised for sale. This house is about 2 miles North North East of the village. Tiled Hall, a large moated farm house, on a commanding eminence near the church, gives name to a manor which has merged into that of Great Bursted; and was formerly a seat of the Betenson and Markham families.
Ref: Whites Directory of Essex 1848, http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Latchingdon
KINGTON AND HUNTINGTON MANORIAL RECORDS
Catalogue Ref. D 65
MANOR OF ENGLISH HUNTINGTON
FILE [no title] - ref. D65/27 - date: 6 April 1851 
\\_ [from Scope and Content] Special Court. . . . . of George Vanderzee , Esq. Before Richard Ward, steward, Minutes of the court [abstracted below].
FILE [no title] - ref. D65/29B - date: nd
\\_ [from Scope and Content] Special Court. . . . . of George Vanderzee , Esq. 11 August Before Richard Ward, steward.
FILE [no title] - ref. D65/30 - date: 23 November 1853
\\_ [from Scope and Content] Special Court. . . . . of George Vanderzee , Esq.
FILE [no title] - ref. D65/31 - date: 5 November, 1855
\\_ [from Scope and Content] Special Court. . . . .of George Vanderzee , Esq., Before Richard Ward, steward.
FILE [no title] - ref. D65/32 - date: 9 Nov 1855
\\_ [from Scope and Content] Special Court. . . . . of George Vanderzee , Esq., Before Richard Ward, steward.
FILE [no title] - ref. D65/33 - date: 20 September, 1857
\\_ [from Scope and Content] Special Court. . . . . of George Vanderzee , Esq.,
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1. Census: England, 7 Jun 1841, South Shoebury ESS. George is recorded as aged 42 of independant means not born in ESS
2. Census: England, 30 Mar 1851, South Shoebury ESS. George is recorded as Vanderze head of house married aged 50 annuitant born St Andrews Holborn LON
3. Census: England, 8 Apr 1861, 16 Elizabeth St Mary Paddington MDX. George is recorded as head of house married aged 61 born St Andrews Holborn MDX
4. Census: England, 2 Apr 1871, Paddington London MDX. George was resident at 31 Westbourne Park Rd aged 71 head of family married born Paddington MDX also in the house were his family and:
Mary Thomas aged 25 cook
Matilda Shelly aged 25 housemaid
5. Census: England, 3 Apr 1881, Paddington London MDX. George was living at 31 Westborne Park Rd head of the family, aged 81, born London MDX, of independent means, also in the household were his family and:
Mary Allan cook
Eliza Harman housemaid.
George married Isabella VANDERZEE  [MRIN: 206], daughter of James VANDERZEE  and Anne ACKLOM , on 21 Jun 1838 in Old Church St Pancras London. (Isabella VANDERZEE  was born in 1796 in Essex and died on 3 Jan 1848 in Nayland Suffolk.). The cause of her death was cancer of the womb.
George next married Eliza Ann Wood MARRIOTT  [MRIN: 195], daughter of Henry William MARRIOTT Esq.  and Caroline BRIGHT , on 25 Apr 1850 in St James Paddington London. (Eliza Ann Wood MARRIOTT  was born about 1823 in Paddington London MDX and died on 3 Feb 1911 in Broardstairs KEN.)