Nunn wills: Middlesex, 1800-1829

Thomas Nunn of 24 Thayer Street, St Marylebone, 1800

  • Sarah Nunn: second wife
  • Samuel Nunn: son, exec
  • John Cole, William Stevens: witnesses
  • Source: PCC

Charlotte Nunn of Queen Street, St George’s Bloomsbury, 1802

  • John Bowis of Windsor Court, St Mary in the Strand, schoolmaster: exec
  • William Martin of Mount Pleasant, West Hoathly, Sussex, gent: exec
  • Jane Howes, Susanna Browne, Tashum? Nairn: witnesses
  • Source: PCC

William Nunn of Upper Norton Street, St Marylebone, stable keeper, 1803

  • Mr Robert Nunn: father
  • Mr S More of Dallham, Suffolk: to pay his father’s legacy
  • Elizabeth Nunn: wife
  • Mary Ann Gruby, Martha Gruby, James Gruby: the three children of his wife Elizabeth
  • Mr Robert Nunn: brother, exec
  • Mr George Clark: wife’s brother, exec
  • Peregrine Fielding Smith, Joseph Yeoman: witnesses
  • Source: PCC

Catherine Nunn of St Mary’s Islington, spinster, 1805

  • Late of Lamb’s Conduit Passage, Red Lion Square, Middlesex
  • Deborah Nunn: sister
  • William Nichols
  • Mr Joseph Greated senr of Ely Place, Holborn, carpenter: exec
  • Mary White, Sarah Weston: witnesses
  • Source: PCC
  • Biographical notes: buried at St George the Martyr 6 Feb 1805.

Richard Nunn of 27 Little Coram Street, Tavistock Square, St George’s Bloomsbury, carpenter, 1810

  • Jane: wife, exec
  • Henry Nunn, Diana Nunn, John Nunn, Hannah Nunn: Richard’s four children
  • Elizabeth Haversare?: aunt to the children
  • Samuel Lucas of New Cavendish Street, Portland Place, and Mary Ann Lucas: witnesses
  • Source: PCC
  • Biographical notes: Buried at St George’s Bloomsbury 1 July 1810, Richard Nunn of Little Coram Street. Possible burial of his wife Jane at same, 27 Feb 1811, also of Little Coram Street.

Robert Nunn of Acton, miller, 1810

  • Ann Nunn: wife
  • Robert Nunn: son
  • Margaret Nunn: daughter
  • Mary Gardener, deceased: sister
  • Joseph Freemantle, Paul Syne: occupiers
  • John Harrison, William Rumney of Acton: execs and trustees
  • Thomas Wallace, Elizabeth Jones, Jeremiah Kidd: witnesses
  • Source: LMA

Deborah Nunn of Lamb’s Conduit Passage, St George the Martyr, Queen Square, 1811

  • Mrs Martha Dalway of Kensington: friend
  • Mrs Porter and Mrs Elizabeth Humphreys of New North Street, Red Lion Square: friends
  • Miss Sarah Terry of Gloucester Street, Queen Square: friend
  • Miss Susan Terry and Miss Catherine Humphreys: nieces of Mrs Catherine Humphreys
  • Mr Archer of Pearl Row, Surrey
  • William Nicholls of the 2nd Battalion of the 3rd Regiment, or Old Buffs, stationed on the island of Alderney: also left money by Deborah’s sister [presumably the 1805 will of Catherine Nunn]
  • Mrs Martha Godin? of Red Lion Street
  • Ann Greated daughter of Joseph Greated of Ely Place
  • Joseph and Timothy Greated: sons of Joseph Greated
  • Ann Greated and her father Joseph Greated: execs
  • Ann Scudamore, William Scudamore: witnesses
  • Source: PCC
  • Biographical notes: buried at St George the Martyr 31 May 1811. In her will, asked to be buried near her brother and sister, presumably Catherine Nunn buried there in 1805. Her brother might have been Robert Nunn of Lamb’s Conduit Street, buried there on 12 March 1775.

Henry Nunn, 1813

  • Admon, not a will
  • Late an ensign in His Majesty’s 24th Regiment of Foot in Spain.
  • Died October 1812
  • A bachelor
  • William Nunn esqr: father
  • Source: LMA

Ruth Nunn of Queen Street, St George’s Bloomsbury, widow, 1816

  • Elizabeth Chappell wife of John Chappell of Princes Street, Leicester Square, turner: niece
  • John Chappell and Mary Chappell son and daughter of Philip Chappell of Long Acre, Middlesex: niece and nephew
  • William Chappell son of John Chappell of Princes Street aforesaid: nephew
  • John Clarke of Carey Street, Lincoln’s Inn Fields, gent (proved by Robert Clarke instead – name wrong in will): exec
  • William Gally of 12 Little Andrew Street, Seven Dials: witness
  • Philip Chappell of 141 Long Acre: witness
  • Source: PCC
  • Biographical note: buried at St George’s Bloomsbury, Ruth Nunn of Queen Street, St George’s Bloomsbury, aged 81 (born about 1735)

Loftus Nunn of Chelsea, 1818

  • Betty: wife, exec
  • Robert Harford, Edward Johnson, H W Johnson: witnesses
  • Source: PCC

Betty Nunn of Smith Street, Chelsea, widow, 1822

  • Loftus Nunn: late husband
  • Henry Winchester, stationer of the Strand: friend, exec
  • John Nixon Nunn of Rose Hill, Ireland: friend, relation
  • Loftus Nunn: son of John Nixon Nunn
  • Mrs Jacob, widow of the late Colonel Jacob, and her son: friend
  • Mary Winchester and Sarah Winchester, daughters of Henry Winchester
  • Eldest daughter of John Nixon Nunn (unnamed)
  • Mary Ann Innes: servant
  • Miss Mary Ann Archibald
  • Mr Richard Hall of E*, gent (abode squashed in, hard to read)
  • Mr William North: apothecary
  • Mrs Ann Parker of Shoreham, Sussex
  • Mrs Ann Janet?, Mrs Elizabeth Winchester wife of Mr Henry Winchester: friends
  • Wm? Rickirby of Smith St, Chelsea and Frances Rickirby of same, William Dixon of 3 Field Court, Gray’s Inn: witnesses
  • Source: PCC

Mary Nunn of St Pancras, 1823

  • Mary Ann Dance: daughter
  • James Tiffin and Mary Tiffin: grandchildren (son and daughter of her late son James Tiffin of Oxford Street)
  • Walter Tiffin: grandson, exec
  • Mary Ann Dance: granddaughter
  • J H and M J Pearce: witnesses
  • Source: PCC

Robert Nunn, 1824

  • Admon, not a will
  • A bachelor
  • Late a seaman belonging late to the East India Merchant ship England
  • Martha Nunn, widow of High Street, Woolwich: mother
  • Source: LMA

John Nunn of Crown Court, St James, 1828

  • Sophia Nunn: wife, exec
  • Jno Thompson, Maria Hum (or Heim?): witnesses
  • Source: PCC

Samuel Nunn of Thayer Street, St Marylebone, tailor, 1829

  • Hester: wife, exec
  • Edward Bird Archer of Bulstrode Street, St Marylebone, plumber: exec
  • C Wootten of 318 Regent St, Jno. Wright of 11 High St: witnesses

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