Elizabeth Atkinson

(before 24 March 1745/46 - )
     Elizabeth Atkinson was born before 24 March 1745/46 in Wroot, Lincolnshire. She is mentioned in the 1768 will of her grandmother. She was the daughter of Daniel Atkinson and Catherine Coy (or Popplewell).

Humphrey Atkinson

(before 21 March 1743/44 - )
     Humphrey Atkinson was born before 21 March 1743/44 in Wroot, Lincolnshire. He was mentioned in the 1768 will of his maternal grandmother. He was the son of Daniel Atkinson and Catherine Coy (or Popplewell).
     In Humphrey Popplewell's will dated 24 December 1751 in Belton, Lincolnshire, Humphrey Atkinson was named as heir; This is may not be Humphrey the steward, as he was illiterate, unless he was too feeble to sign. However as Mary, wife of Humphrey, gent died in 1739, he can't have married Catherine in 1737. But if the 1720 Humphrey, he is only 31 when he made his will and unlikely to have a even a step-grandson.
I Humphrey Popplewell of Belton, yeoman ... my grandson Humphrey Atkins after the decease of his grandmother ... to my loving wife Catherine Popplewell ... h (Humphrey Popplewell his mark and seal).
     Administration of the estate of Catherine Drake? was granted to Humphrey Atkinson, on 9 January 1783 in the Stow Archdeaconry Administration was granted to Humphrey Atkinson alias Atkin, the grandson.

Thomas Atkinson

(before 1600 - )
     Thomas Atkinson was born before 1600.
     Thomas Atkinson married Elizabeth Popplewell, daughter of Robert Popplewell and Ann Popplewell, on 27 November 1620 in Belton, Lincolnshire. I think it unlikely to be this Elizabeth, as her father's will implies she is unmarrried in February 1623/4.

Richard George Atrridge

     Richard George Atrridge married Charlotte Bugg, daughter of Henry Bugg and Hannah Maria Barrett, on 28 August 1886 in Holy Trinity church, Macdonaldtown, New South Wales, Australia.

Lily Hannah Attenborough

(12 September 1879 - 1949)
     Lily Hannah Attenborough was born on 12 September 1879 in Mt Arapiles, Victoria. She was the daughter of John & Hannah Keyte. After 1901 the family moved to Gippsland where her father leased a property at Calrossie from T G McKenzie.
     Lily Hannah Attenborough married Donald Thomson MacKenzie, son of John MacKenzie and Catherine Ferguson, on 2 November 1902 in Won Wron, Victoria. After their marriage they moved to the Foster area until about 1908. They eventually moved to Bacchus Marsh.
     Lily died in 1949 in Bacchus Marsh, Victoria.

Children of Lily Hannah Attenborough and Donald Thomson MacKenzie

Enid May Attiwill

(1903 - 1953)
     Enid May Attiwill was born in 1903 in Mortlake, Victoria.
     Enid May Attiwill married Dr Donald Montague Brown, son of Vernon Ritchie Brown and Mary Isabel MacKenzie, in 1925 in Victoria.
     Enid died in 1953 in Echuca, Victoria.

Children of Enid May Attiwill and Dr Donald Montague Brown

Joyce Atwater

     Joyce Atwater married Humphrey Hales, son of Sir James Hales K.B. and Mary Hales.

Amelie Mabel Aubry

(24 January 1903 - )
     Amelie Mabel Aubry was born on 24 January 1903 in Lambeth RD, Surrey. She was the daughter of Celestin Aubry and Mabel Florence Martin. Amelie Mabel Aubry was christened on 24 April 1903 in St Philip, Lambert, Surrey. She was the daughter of Celestin Aubry & Mabel Aubry.

Celestin Aubry

(circa 1876 - March 1913)
     Celestin Aubry was born circa 1876.
     The marriage of Celestin Aubry and Mabel Florence Martin, daughter of Robert Sigsworth Martin and Sarah Griffin, was registered in Southwark RD, Surrey, in the March 1902 quarter. He was a cook/chef in London.
     Celestin's death was registered in the quarter ending in March 1913 in Lambeth RD, Surrey.

Children of Celestin Aubry and Mabel Florence Martin

Leon Emile Aubry

(September 1904 - )
     Leon Emile Aubry's birth was registered in the quarter ending in September 1904 in Southwark RD, Surrey. He was the son of Celestin Aubry and Mabel Florence Martin.

Alice de Audley

( - after February 1276/77)
     Alice de Audley was born in England. She was the daughter of Henry de Audley..
     Alice de Audley married Sir Piers de Montfort Lord of Beaudesert, son of Sir Piers de Montfort, circa 1228. He married in or before 1228 Alice, daughter of Henry de Audley ...
Alice survived him." The source cited in Complete Peerage for Alice de Audley having survived her husband is a Close Rolls item dated 50 Henry III (1265/6). That Alice de Montfort lived after this date is proved by several records found in the published rolls of Richard Gravesend, Bishop of Lincoln. These items show that Lady Alice de Montfort presented to the church of Ridlington, Rutland in 1266/7; to the church of Preston, Rutland in 1276/7; and and to church of Martinsthorp [Thorp Martin], Rutland in 1276/7 [see F.N. Davis, ed., Rotuli Ricardi Gravesend Episcopi Lincolniensis, A.D. 1258-1279 (Lincoln Rec. Soc. 20) (1925): 108, 130].
     Alice died after February 1276/77. Complete Peerage has a good account of the life history of Sir Peter de Montfort, of Beaudesert, Warwickshire, who was slain at the Battle of Evesham in 1265. "He married in or before 1228 Alice, daughter of Henry de Audley ... Alice survived him."
The source cited by Complete Peerage for Alice de Audley having survived her husband is a Close Rolls item dated 50 Henry III (1265/6), which item I have not yet examined. That Alice de Montfort lived after this date is proved by several records found in the published rolls of Richard Gravesend, Bishop of Lincoln. These items show that Lady Alice de Montfort presented to the church of Ridlington, Rutland in 1266/7; to the church of Preston, Rutland in 1276/7; and and to church of Martinsthorp [Thorp Martin], Rutland in 1276/7 [see F.N. Davis, ed., Rotuli Ricardi Gravesend Episcopi Lincolniensis, A.D. 1258-1279 (Lincoln Rec. Soc. 20) (1925): 108, 130].

Child of Alice de Audley and Sir Piers de Montfort Lord of Beaudesert

Henry Audley

(circa 1251 - before 22 April 1276)
     Henry Audley was born circa 1251 in England. He was the son of Sir James de Audley (~1220-1272) and Ela Longespee (~<1200).
     Henry Audley married Lucy de Ros, daughter of Sir Robert de Ros 1st Baron and Isabel D'Aubigne.
     Henry died before 22 April 1276.

Euphemia de Aumale

     Euphemia de Aumale was born in Scotland. Eufemia. daughter of Ingelran of Aumale, brother of William, count of Aumale.'Eufemia de Albamarla': "Nepta" of William, count of Aumale, whom he married to Robert de Brus of Annerdale [sic]. Probably his niece, daughter of Ingelran d'Aumale. " [DD 268, cites Farrer, EYC III, no. 1352][8]
'domina Eufemia', witness to notice by Robert de Brus her husband (to his men) or a gift of a house with its manse and land in Lochmaben to the brethren of the hospital of St. Peter, York. [EYC II:4, no. 651, cites CCR iii, 92][3]
'a niece or other kinswoman ('nepta') of William, earl of Aumale' [DD 355, cites EYC iii, 1335].
     Euphemia de Aumale married Robert de Brus 2nd Lord of Annandale, son of Robert de Brus Lord of Annandale and Agnes de Paganell, before 1176.

Agnes Aumale

( - after 1170)
     Agnes Aumale was born in England. Leo van der Pas gives her parentage as: Etienne, Comte d'Aumale, Lord of Holderness, b. bef 1070 & Hawise de Mortemer. She was the daughter of Stephen Aumale Count and Hawise de Mortimer.
     Agnes Aumale married Adam de Brus, son of Robert Brus, after 1151. She was subsequently married to William de Roumare II. Other sources suggest she married him first, but discussion on the medieval list supports a first marriage.
     Agnes died after 1170.

Children of Agnes Aumale and Adam de Brus

Stephen Aumale Count

( - 1127)
     Stephen Aumale Count married Hawise de Mortimer. They had other children not listed here. Stephen Aumale Count was born in France?. He was the nephew of William the Conqueror.
     Stephen died in 1127.

Children of Stephen Aumale Count and Hawise de Mortimer

William Aumale Count

( - 1179)
     William Aumale Count was the son of Stephen Aumale Count and Hawise de Mortimer.
     William died in 1179.

Eborard de Aunus or Danys

Child of Eborard de Aunus or Danys

Sarah de Aunus or Danys

(between 1190 and 1200 - before 1213)
     Sarah de Aunus or Danys was born between 1190 and 1200. She was the daughter of Eborard de Aunus or Danys.
     Sarah de Aunus or Danys married Robert de Lisle, son of Robert de Lisle, before 1195. Robert de Lisle claims the manor of Combes, Suffolk, as next of kin of Sarah, wife of Roger son of Piers Fitzosbern - viz s & h of Warin, s & h of Robert, s & h of Robert, s & h of Sarah, sister of Geoffrey, father of Margery, mother of Sarah FitzOsbern.
     Sarah died before 1213.

Child of Sarah de Aunus or Danys and Robert de Lisle

Ann Aust

(circa 1740 - before 9 September 1814)
     Ann Aust and an unknown person obtained a marriage licence on 29 January 1717 in London. Appeared personally, George Stanser ... of the parish of St George Hanover Square , Mdx, bachelor aged 22 years Saint Mary lebone , Middlesex, bachelor intended to marry with Ann Aust of the same parish, spinster aged 22 in the parish church afsd. She was born circa 1740. She was the daughter of Patriarch Aust.
     Ann Aust and George Stanser obtained a marriage licence on 29 January 1777 in London. They both claimed to be 22 years old and single.
     Ann Aust married George Stanser, son of John Stanser and Hannah Michel, on 4 February 1777 in St George, Hanover Square, Westminster. George Stanser & Ann Aust, both of this parish were married this church by licence in the presence of J & K Robinson.
     Ann Aust made a will dated 12 June 1813 in Esher, Surrey. Her will mentions her nephew-in-law, the Rev Robert Stanser of Nova Scotia, leaving him a pair of silver candlesticks as promised and £400 to his wife Mary.
In the name of God Amen, I Ann Stanser of the parish of Esher in the County of Surrey Widow being of sound Mind and Understanding thanks be to God for the same do make this my last Will and Testament in manner following in the first place my Will and desire to be buried in plain but decent manner in the Church Yard of the parish of Esher aforesaid and in the same Grave where the remains of my dear late husband George Stanser are deposited hoping and trusting through the mercy and mediation of our blessed Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ for Salvation in the world to come I desire all my just Debts and funeral Expenses to be paid and satisfied as soon as may conveniently be after my decease my dear late husband George Stanser died in the Year One thousand seven hundred and eighty two the twenty seventh Day of August in the same year when his will was duly proved in the prerogative Court of Canterbury in March One thousand eight hundred and ten wherein my dear late husband George Stanser did leave me the Interest of all his Freehold and Copyhold Estate with all other property he died possessed of for my life and did in his Will leave me four hundred pounds at my own disposal and such of the furniture as I wish to take and after all my just debts and my funeral Expenses is paid
I give and bequeath to Ann and Mary Aust of Bath Easton in the county of Somerset ten pounds each for a ring of Rememberance
I give and bequeath to my Sister in Law Elizabeth Aust twenty pounds
I give and bequeath to my Nephew in Law the reverent Robert Stanser Doctor of Law in Halifax Nova Scotia my pair of silver Candlesticks as I formerly promised him and I give and bequeath to my Niece Mary Stanser Wife of the aforesaid Robert Stanser the four hundred pounds my dear late husband left me with whatever other property I may have after all my just Debts and funeral Expenses be paid and all shares that I may have laid into my house since I have been a Widow to be sold and if not wanted to be put to the four hundred pounds and to be put into such stock as brings the best Interest for my niece Mary Stanser for her life at her death may be equally divided between her children and do appoint George Aust Esqr. of Kensington Middlesex and Thomas Bowman Esqr. of Portland Street Oxford Street and I leave and bequeath twenty pounds each for their troubles as my Executors and this is my last Will revoking all other will or wills that may be made by me before and I declare this my last request witness my hand the twelth day of June One thousand eight hundred and thirteen Ann Stanser.

     Ann died before 9 September 1814 in Esher, Surrey. She was buried on 9 September 1814 in St George, Esher.
     Her will was proved on 3 November 1814 at the Prerogative Court of Canterbury.

Ann Aust

(1744 - 1822)
     Ann Aust was born in 1744. She was the daughter of Unknown Aust.
     Ann died in 1822.

Elizabeth Aust

(22 February 1767 - )
     Elizabeth Aust was christened on 22 February 1767 in St Mary, Lambeth, Surrey. She was the daughter of Thomas Aust and Elizabeth Brock.

George Aust

(before February 1740 - 11 February 1829)
     George Aust was born before February 1740 in England. He called himself the cousin of Robert Brymer Stanser. He was the son of Unknown Aust. George Aust may have also been born 12 January 1766 St Mary, Lambeth, Surrey.
     George Aust married secondly Sarah Maize (Murray) on 1 November 1803 in St Mary Abbots, Kensington, London. George Aust, Esquire, of the parish of Chelsea, Mdx, a widower, & the Honble Sarah Murray of this parish widow, were married in the house of Sarah Murray by special licence.
Newpapers reported: At Kensington, George Aust, Esq. Chelsea, to Mrs Murray, widow of the Hon. William Murray, brother the Earl of Dunmore.
     George Aust married thirdly Catherine Unknown (Feaver) in May 1811. Last week was married at Bath, George Aust, Esq. of Noel-House, Kensington, to Mrs. Feaver, relict of the late John Feaver, Esq. of Woolland, Dorset.
     In Ann Aust's will dated 12 June 1813 in Esher, Surrey, George Aust was named as executor of the estate.
     Mrs Aust, eldest sister of George Aust, Esq, of Noel House, Kensington, and grand daughter of the late Rev George Lowe, Rector of Claverton. He was an executor of Ann Aust's estate on 3 November 1814 in the Prerogative Court of Canterbury.
     In Bishop Robert Stanser's will dated 10 June 1815 in Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada, George Aust was named as executor of the estate.
     George Aust lived at 'Noel House', Kensington, Middlesex, 1822.
     George Aust made a will dated 6 December 1822 in Kensington, London. I George Aust of Kensington in the County of Middlesex Esq Do make and declare this to be my last Will and Testament First it is my desire that my body be interned in the Vault belonging to me under the Church at Paddington near the remains of first dear Wife and only daughter which are there deposited and that my funeral be private without astentation
I give and devise to my dear Wife Catherine Aust during her life the house wherein I now reside called Noel House with the buildings ground and Appurts therein belonging together with the use during her life of all my household goods furniture musical instruments plate pictures line books prints drawings armorials Garden and Stable utensils the whole without attachments of waste all which articles I give after her death to my Cousin Robert Brymor Stanser, son of the Right Revd Doctor Robert Stanser Bishop of Nova Scotia
I also give to my said dear Wife Catherine Aust my leasehold houses with their appurtenances in Paradise Row Chelsea now in the possession ? Thomas Evans or his under tenants during so many years of the terms which I may have therein as my said dear Wife my happen to live and after her death I give and devise my said dwelling house Ground and Appurts with the leasehold houses and premises above mentioned to my said cousin Robert Brymor Stanser his heirs Executors and assigns for all the right term and interest in the several premises which might then have devolved to my legal heirs and representatives in case I had made no disposition thereof by my will or otherwise I give to my said dear Wife Catherine Aust the said Right Reverend Dr Robert Stanser and Thomas Butts Esq late Assistant Commissary General of Masters all the Stock in my name or to which I may be entitled in any of the public funds and all my mon? out of interest annuities provisions and proceeds of any life insurances belonging to me upon trust in the first place to pay the following legacies without deduction as soon as convenient after my decease viz
to the said right reverent Bishop of Nova Scotia five hundred pound
to the said Robert Bryner Stanser one hundred pounds
to the said Thomas Butts one hundred pounds
to Charles Culverhouse of Bath one hundred pounds
to William Hallroot of Bath fifty pounds and to his Sister Priscilla Hollroot fifty pounds
to Mary Merchant of Wardour Street London fifty pounds and twenty pounds for a ring
to her Sister Sarah Stinyson of Fringeford near Bicester
to Francis Thomas William Hammond Grandson of my first Wife one hundred pounds
to Philip George Esquire Town Clerk of Bath twenty guineas for a ring and to each of my servants who shall be living with me at my death if they shall have been in my service more than one year a years wages besides what may be then owing to them from me and upon further trust out of the dividends interest and proceeds of the capital stock monies above given to pay the following annuities without any deduction viz
twenty pounds to John Hinks of Marshfield Wilts and twenty pounds to Mary Gisford servant to my late sister by equal quarterly payments also ten pounds annually to Archibald McNicol of Dunmore Park in Scotland during their respective lives
And subject to all such payments as above directed upon further trust the remainder of all such dividends interest and proceeds to and to the use of my dear Wife Catherine Aust during her life and after her death upon further trust by sale or transfer of such part of the said capital stock and monies as may be requisite to pay five hundred pounds each to Sarah Manley and Jane Morris nieces of my dear wife Sarah Aust who are entitled each of them under her will to the capital stock five hundred pounds now standing in my name in the late navy five percent bank annuities now reduced to four percent and to transfer pay and apply the residue of ... my capital stock and monies to and to the use of my said cousin Robert Brymar Stanser and upon no other trust whatsoever
All the rest and residue of my personal estate not hereunto far disposed of after payment of my debts and funeral expenses I give and bequeath to my said dear Wife Catherine Aust for her own alone use and benefit And I do hereby appoint my said dear Wife Catherine Aust and Right Rev Bishop of Nova Scotia and the said Thomas Butts Esq to be my Executrix and Executors of this my last Will In Witness whereof I have to this my last Will and Testament written with my own hand set my hand and seal this sixth day of December in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and twenty two George Aust Signed sealed published and declared by the said George Aust as and for his last will and testament in the presence of us who in his presence at his and in the presence of each other have subscribed our names as witnesses: Joseph Lynn, Richd Revell, Eustace Danby .... Chelsea Hospital.

     George died on 11 February 1829. George Aust - a plaque has been located in a small village school in Batheaston, near Bath. It was discovered during rebuilding work behind a false ceiling.
It is worthy of record that GEORGE AUST A pauper boy indebted for his early education to HELLIER’S CHARITY rose by the blessing of God on his Diligence and good Conduct to the high and honourable offices of under Secretary of State, Commissary General of Musters, and Secretary and Registrar of the Royal Hospital Chelsea.
He was born in the year 1740, and died Feby 11 1825, in the 86th year of his age.
‘Seest thou a man diligent in his business
He shall stand before Kings’ Proverbs 22 29.
His second Wife was the Honourable Mrs W. MURRAY, formerly SARAH MAIZE born of Humble parents in the Fosse Lane
in this Parish, Authoress of a treatise on EDUCATION.
. He was buried on 20 February 1829 in St Mary, Paddington. George Aust Esq., of Noel House, Kensington, aged 88?/68?
     His will was proved on 20 March 1829 at PCC.
     Pursuant to a decree of the High Court of Chancery made in a cause Stanser v. Aust, the creditors of George Aust, late of Noel-House, Kensington, Mdx, esq (who died in the month of February 1829) ... to prove their debts....

George Aust

(12 January 1766 - )
     George Aust was christened on 12 January 1766 in St Mary, Lambeth, Surrey. He was the son of Thomas Aust and Elizabeth Brock.

Mary Aust

(before June 1769 - 7 June 1815)
     Mary Aust was christened on 12 January 1769? In St Mary, Lambeth, Surrey. She was born before June 1769. She was the daughter of Mary's Father Aust.
     Mary Aust married Bishop Robert Stanser, son of Rev Robert Stanser and Sarah Leeson, on 18 January 1791 in Esher, Surrey. Robert Stanser, clerk, of the parish of Esher, bachelor, & Mary Aust, spinster of the parish of Thames Ditton married by licence. Witnessed by Geo. Stanser and Elizabeth Hattwood.
     Mary Aust and Bishop Robert Stanser and George Aust were beneficiaries in Ann Aust's will dated 12 June 1813 in Esher, Surrey.
     Mary died on 7 June 1815 in Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada. So highly was she regarded by the congregation of St Paul's that they erected a marble tablet to her memory. This tablet, made by Messrs L.E. good off Chelsea, London, card still be seen on the south wall at the South east corner of the Church. She was buried beneath St. Paul's Church on June 10th, as is stated in the June 12th 1815, issue of the 'Halifax Journal", which reads "Died on Wednesday morning, Mrs Mary Stanser, aged 46. On Saturday, her remains were buried under St. Paul's Church". This is the only positive proof we have that she was buried beneath the Church, for the Parish Minute Book for that period has been missing for many years. She was buried on 10 June 1815 in a tomb under the church of St Paul's, Halifax, Nova Scotia. A "chaste marble monument" was later erected to her memory, by the church "poles" on the east wall. It reads: To the memory of Mrs Mary Stanser, (consort of the Rev Robert Stanser, DD. Rector of this parish), who departed this life on the 7th day of June 1818 in the 47th year of her age. This stone was erected by the parishioners in affectionate remembrance of her amiable character and Christian virtues; and as a mark of respect for the beloved Pastor.
A sermon was delivered by John Inglis, 11 June 1815.

Children of Mary Aust and Bishop Robert Stanser

Mary Aust

(1746 - 1822)
     Mary Aust was born in 1746. She was the daughter of Unknown Aust.
     Mary died in 1822.

Mary Aust

(12 January 1769 - )
     Mary Aust was christened on 12 January 1769 in St Mary, Lambeth, Surrey. She was the daughter of Thomas Aust and Elizabeth Brock.

Mary's Father Aust

     Mary's Father Aust was born in England. He may be the husband of Elizabeth Aust whose will was dated 23 July 1789 and proved 15 July 1801. She had a spinster daughter Mary, but does not mention a son George. He was the son of Patriarch Aust.

Child of Mary's Father Aust

Patriarch Aust

Children of Patriarch Aust

Richard Aust

(say 1740 - before 26 September 1812)
     Richard Aust married Elizabeth Browne on 4 August 1726 in St Mary the Virgin, Twickenham, Middlesex. He was of the parish of Laleham. Richard Aust was born say 1740. He was the son of Patriarch Aust. Richard Aust was an executor of William Aust's estate on 19 March 1802 in the Prerogative Court of Canterbury, England.
     Richard Aust lived at Lambs Conduit passage, St George the Martyr, London, before 1812.
     Richard Aust made a will dated 17 September 1812 in Esher, Surrey. This is the last will & testament of Richard Aust Carver & Guilder formerly of Lambs Conduit passage in the county of Middlesex but now of Parish of Esher in the County of Surrey
I will and direct that all my just Debts & Funeral Expenses shall be paid I give & devise my Copyhoid House & Garden & all that belongs to it situate in Church Street hold of the Lord of the Manor of Stoke Newington now in the occupation of Doctor Aikin which I have already surrendered to the use of my Will unto & to the use of my Dear Wife Elizabeth Aust for & during her natural life and my will is that the said Elizabeth Aust shall have all profits arising from my leasehold House No 14 in Lambs Conduit Passage for & during her natural life
I will & bequeath to my dear Wife Elizabeth Aust all my Household Effects furniture likewise all monies that are due to me from Mr William Bayley No. 1..Marshall Street Carnaby Market For her sole use for ever
I will & bequeath unto my dear Sister Ann Stanzer Widow of the Parish of Esher in the County of Surrey four hundred pounds Stock standing in my name in the 5 per Cents for & during her natural life & after her decease I will leave the Interest of the said Stock to & for the use of my Dear Wife Elizabeth Aust during her natural life immediately after the death of the Survivor of either of them my will is that my Copyhold & Leasehold Estates be sold by auction & the monies arising from the sale thereof to be equally divided between the surviving Daughters of the Revd Doctor Stanzer of Halifax Nova Scotia share and share alike after allowing & paying all necessary Expenses for the Funeral of the said Elizabeth Aust
And I appoint Nathaniel Preston Carver & Guilder Poland Street Oxford Road my Executor to this my last will jointly with my Sister Ann Stanzer Ricd Aust- Signed and sealed in the presence of Witness John Wardle Surgeon Sept 17th 1812.
Appeared personally James Clark of Saint Pauls College St Pauls Church Yard London Gentleman & made Oath that he knew & was well aquainted with Richard Aust formerly of Lambs Conduit Passage in the Parish of Saint George the Martyr in the county of Middlesex & late of the Parish of Esher in the county of Surrey deceased for sometime before & to the time of his death & also with the manner & character of his Handwriting & subsciption having frequently seen him write & write & write subscipt his name & having now attentively viewed the names "Richd Aust" set and subscribed to the paper writing here to annexed & purporting to be & contain the last Will & Testament of the said deceased beginning thus "This is the last Will & Testament of Richard Aust Carver & Guilder formerly of Lambs Conduit Passage in the county of Middlesex but now of Esher in the county of Surrey:" and ending thus "signed sealed in the presense of" - - - - this D. - - - says that he verily & in his …. believes the names "Richd Aust" so as aforesaid set & subscibed to the paper writing beginning & ending as aforesaid to be of the proper hand writing of the said Richard Aust Deceased J.Clark on the 22d day of October 1812 the said James Clark was duly sworn to the truth of this avidavit before me C.Coote, J.H.Griffiths Not Pub.

     Richard died before 26 September 1812 in Esher, Surrey. He was buried on 26 September 1812 in Esher. Mr Richard Aust.
     His will was proved on 24 October 1812 at the Prerogative Court of Canterbury. Proved at London 24th October 1812 before the Worspl Charles Coote Dr of Laws & by the oaths of Bartholomew Preston (by mistake in Will written Nathaniel) & Ann Stanser in the Will written Stanzer the Sister & Exors they being first sworn duly to administer.

Thomas Aust

(1742 - 1788)
     Thomas Aust was born in 1742. He was the son of Unknown Aust.
     Thomas died in 1788.