NameWilliam HOWKINS , GGG Uncle
Birth10 Sep 1799
Baptism27 Oct 1799, St. Leonard, Eastcheap, London
Death18 Jun 1846
Burial24 Jun 1846
OccupationOrange Merchant
FatherWilliam HOWKINS (~1771->1847)
MotherAmy WALTON (1771-1834)
Spouses
1Anne GIBSON , GGG Aunt
Birth2 Aug 1798, Calcutta, Bengal, India
Baptism26 Jan 1799, Calcutta, Bengal, India
Death26 Jan 1839
FatherRobert GIBSON (1759-1823)
MotherAnne WOODIN (1778-1846)
Marriage8 Jun 1830, St. Lukes, Norwood
Notes for William HOWKINS
of Crofton-lodge, Orpington [Now in the London Borough of Bromley]

Parish records St. Leonard Eastcheap, London
William Howkins son of William and Amy baptized October 27 1799 born September 10 1799

From Freedom of the City of London Papers
I do hereby certify that William Howkins the Younger of Botolph Lane London Orange Merchant was this day admitted to the Freedom and Livery of the Worshipful Company of Glovers by patrimony of his Father William Howkins who became Freeman in the year 1792 as witness my hand this 8th day of September 1820
Signed R. Thomas
Clerk to the Glovers Company

The Gentleman’s Magazine June 1830
Marriages
At St. Lukes, Norwood, Wm. Howkins, Jun. esq. of Botolph-Lane , to Anne relect of Theophilus Hearsey, jun esq. of Denmark Hill and dau. of R. Gibson, esq. [William Howkins Jr. was the brother of Theophilus Howkins. Thus two brothers married sisters]

Parish records Saint Luke West Norwood
William Howkins of the Parish of Saint George Botolph Lane London and Ann Hearsey of the Parish of Saint Luke’s Norwood in the County of Surrey were married in this Church by License on the 8th day of June 1830 by me Arthur Gibson Curate in the presence of ??/, Wm. Howkins senior William’s father], Marion Gibson [Anne’s sister] and Anne Howkins. [I wonder how Anne Howkins fits into the family tree?]
[The same Curate Arthur Gibson married both William Howkins and Theophilus Howkins in the same church.]

The Times, March 5, 1832, London
Herne-Hill - To be Let, furnished or unfurnished, in the best state of substantial and ornamental repair, and fit for the reception of a genteel family, a house, with large productive garden, situated as above. For particulars apply, post paid, to Mr. W. H. junior, 10 Botolph lane, London, Possession may be had by Lady Day.

London Gazette
London, September 28, 1833
Notice is hereby given, that the partnership hitherto subsisting between William Howkins the elder and William Howkins the younger, under the firm of of William Howkins and Son, Orange-Merchants, No. 10 Botolph-Lane, in the City of London, is this day dissolved by mutual consent; all debts due to and from the said firm will be received and paid by William Howkins the elder, who will continue to the business
William Howkins the elder.
William Howkins the younger.

from 1835. The poll for the knights of the shire, to represent the western division of the county of Kent in parliament.
Bromley District
Orpington
Howkins, William, residence Crofton

The Gentleman’s Magazine 1846
June 18. Aged 46, Wm. Howkins, esq, late of Crofton Lodge, Orpington

In the April to June 1846 death index, London, William Howkins volume 2 page 146

Parish records St Georges, Botolph Lane, City of London
William Howkins, 10 Botolph Lane, buried 24th June 1846, age 47
Other records from the same church
Frederick Howkins son of William and Amy Howkins, baptized January 31, 1813, of 10 Botolph Lane, father’s occupation Grange Merchant
Frederick Howkins, No 10. Botolph Lane, buried April 15, 1813, 3 months 13 days
Amy Howkins, Botolph Lane, buried April 8, 1834, age 62 years
Notes for Anne (Spouse 1)
From the Fountain Family Tree at ancestry.co.uk by Joanna Fountain
Anne Gibson
Birth August 2, 1798 Calcutta, Bengla, India
Baptism January 26, 1799, Calcutta parents Robert and Ann

The The Asiatic Annual Register: Or, A View of the History of Hindustan (1807) In Departure of Europeans for Europe. September 1806 aboard the Phoenix, Captain John Ramsden - Mr Robert Gibson, Mrs. Robert Gibson and child Miss Anne Gibson.

Parish Registers St Mary, Lambeth, Surrey
Theophilus Hearsey the younger of the parish of Saint Botolph Billingsgate London a Bachelor and Anne Gibson of this parish Spinster were married in this Church by licence with consent of _____ this twenty ninth day of February in the Year One thousand eight hundred and twenty By me Arthur Gibson Curate This Marriage was solemnized between us [signed] Theo. Hearsey Junr, Anne Gibson
In the Presence of Theop. Hearsey [presumably Theophilus’s father], Robt. Gibson [presumably Anne’s father], Robt. Gibson Junr [Anne’s brother], George Joseph Hassack?, Jno. Atlee

The London magazine 1820
Marriages February 29 Theophilus Hearsey, Jun. of Denmark Hill , to Anne, eldest daughter of Robert Gibson, Esq, Camberwell

The Gentleman’s magazine obituary of 1839 reports Jan. 26. Aged 40, Anne, wife of William Howkins, esq, of Crofton Lodge, Orpington, dau. of the late Robt. Gibson, esq. of Denmark Hill.

In the January to March 1839 death index, Ann Howkins, Bromley district volume 5 page 39.
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