Marie Louise Bevis

(circa 1822 - )
     Marie Louise Bevis was born circa 1822.
Marie Louise Bevis married Ebenezer Mackglew, son of Robert Mackglew and Anna Maria Sleight, on 3 June 1843 in St Bride Fleet St, London.
Marie Louise Bevis and Ebenezer Mackglew emigrated from England in 1852 to New York, New York, USA. Ebenezer Mackglew 38, Louisa Mackglew 30 & Maria Louisa Mackglew 7, emigrated to New York with the Bevis family.

Child of Marie Louise Bevis and Ebenezer Mackglew

Christopher Bi...

     Christopher Bi... married Unknown Ryther, daughter of Christopher Ryther and Sybil Walker, before 1654.

Ann Bickley

(circa 1630 - )
     Ann Bickley was born circa 1630 in Hallaughton, Warwickshire. She was the daughter of Richard Bickley of Hallaughton, Warwickshire & Sarah his wife (daughter and co-heir of John Rugeley); niece of Sir Francis Bickley, 1st.
Ann Bickley married Rev Dudley Ryder, son of Robert Ryder of Wisbech and Anne Pope.

Children of Ann Bickley and Rev Dudley Ryder

Ann Bickley

(4 September 1763 - )
     Ann Bickley was born before 4 September 1763 in Brook's Market, Holborn, London. She was christened on 4 September 1763 in St Andrew, Holborn, London. An Ann Bickley of Wild Rents, Surrey, aged 73, was buried 11 Jun 1837 at St Mary Magdalen, Bermondsey. She was the daughter of William Bickley and Ann Kitchen.

Ann Darby Bickley

(4 March 1792 - )
     Ann Darby Bickley was born illegitimate before 4 March 1792 in Blackfriars, London. She was christened on 4 March 1792 in St Ann Blackfriars, London. She was the daughter of George Darby and Martha Bickley.
     In George Darby's will dated 3 March 1804 in Coleman Street, London, Ann Darby Bickley was named as heir.
     In George Darby Bickley's will dated 16 February 1810 in Finchley, London, Ann Darby Bickley was named as heir. She was buried on 8 September 1833? In St Marylebone. She may be: Ann Bickley, aged 36, of Little Church St.

Benjamin Bickley

(3 April 1752 - before 24 August 1851)
     Benjamin Bickley was christened on 3 April 1752 in St Botolph Bishopsgate, London. He was the son of Benjamin? Bickley and Elizabeth Unknown (Bickley).
     Benjamin Bickley was recorded on the 1841 census in Little Park St, St Marylebone, London. Ann Harla 58, Susan Harla 19, John Goodfllow 30, George Goodfllow 30, Benjn Bickley 72, Alfred Bickley 12, Sarah Fisher 50, George Fisher 52, Margaret Bies 30, William Bies 29, George Roberts 62; all born in the county.
     Benjamin died before 24 August 1851. He was buried on 24 August 1851 in St Marylebone. He may be: Benjamin Bickley, aged 82, of Edward St D. S; however the age is incorrect but it matches the Ben in the 1841 census.

Benjamin Bickley

(25 June 1766 - )
     Benjamin Bickley was christened on 25 June 1766 in Bilston, Staffordshire, England. He was the son of William Bickley and Sarah Homer.

Benjamin? Bickley

(before 1720 - )
     Benjamin? Bickley was born before 1720.
Benjamin? Bickley married Elizabeth Unknown (Bickley).

Children of Benjamin? Bickley and Elizabeth Unknown (Bickley)

Children of Benjamin? Bickley

Elizabeth Bickley

(20 September 1782 - )
     Elizabeth Bickley was born before 20 September 1782 in Fox Court, Holborn, London. She was christened on 20 September 1782 in St Andrew, Holborn, London. She was the daughter of William Bickley and Ann Kitchen.

Elizabeth Bickley

(7 October 1781 - )
     Elizabeth Bickley was christened on 7 October 1781 in St Andrew Holborn, London. She was the daughter of William Bickley and Sarah Browne.

Elizabeth Bickley

(20 August 1767 - )
     Elizabeth Bickley was christened on 20 August 1767 in Bilston, Staffordshire, England. She was the daughter of William Bickley and Sarah Homer.

Gabriel Darby Bickley

(15 February 1797 - 24 July 1797)
     Gabriel Darby Bickley was born illegitimate before 15 February 1797 in Blackfriars, London. He was christened on 15 February 1797 in St Ann Blackfriars, London. He was the son of George Darby and Martha Bickley.
     Gabriel was buried on 24 July 1797 in City Road Chapel (Wesleyan), London. Gabriel Darby of Holloway, aged 6 months.

George Darby Bickley

(8 May 1789 - 20 February 1810)
     George Darby Bickley was born illegitimate before 8 May 1789 in Blackfriars, London. He was christened on 8 May 1789 in St Ann Blackfriars, London. He was the son of George Darby and Martha Bickley.
     In George Darby's will dated 3 March 1804 in Coleman Street, London, George Darby Bickley was named as heir. An unknown person was an annatto & sealing wax manufacturer between 1808 and 1810, in London. He inherited his father's business goodwill & secret recipe for anatto. Note in the 1822-3 directory: Geo Darby, Barge & boat builders, City Canal, Limehouse.
George Darby Bickley and Joseph Jennings were listed in a directory dated between 1808 and 1810 as Darby, Jennings & Co at Gt Warren Street, Coldbath Fields, London. George Darby left the goodwill of his business and a box containing his recipe for making annatto to his children Mary & George. In 1809 & 1810 Darby, Jennings & Co. are listed as Annatto & Sealing wax manufacturers at Great Warren St, Coldbath Fields.
     George Darby Bickley made a will dated 16 February 1810 in Finchley, London. Whereas I George Darby Bickley of Friendly Place Castle Street by the will of my late father George Darby of Coleman Street am intitled to the sum of five hundred pounds and divers other sums subject to various ... circumstances ... I do by this my last will give and bequeath the same as follows and so ... ... and appoint Anthony Sterry of the Borough of Southbank as my executor to whom I give twenty pounds for the trouble he may have in the .... hereof Also I give unto my executor all my estate and effects whatsoever and wheresoever both in possession and reversion in trust and on condition that he do pay and satisfy all my just debts, funeral expences and the proving this my will and out of the residue give unto my mother Martha Bickley within three months after my decease the sum of eighty pounds also to my sister Martha Darby Jennings ten pounds for her use and profit Also to my sister Mary Hooper the sum of ten pounds Also to my sister Ann Darby Bickley the sum of one hundred pounds free from all deductions whatsoever which sum I direct to be paid her within three months after my decease ... her being under the age of 21 ... and as to all the rest and residue of my estate and effects ... I give the same to my brother William Darby Bickley ... notwithstanding he may not have attained the age of 21years and I do hereby will and direct that my said executor shall and may reimburse himself.... this 16th day of February 1810.
     George died on 20 February 1810 in Friendly Place, London, aged 20.
     His will was proved on 22 February 1810 at the Prerogative Court of Canterbury. He was buried on 25 February 1810 in City Rd Chapel, London. Mr Geo Bickley Darby died 20 Feby 1810, aged 21 years. No. 1 Friendly Place, City Road, buried 25th. Thos Charles undertaker, 5 Ball Alley, Lombard Street, pd 1 guinea.

Hannah Bickley

(before 4 October 1775 - )
     Hannah Bickley was born before 4 October 1775 in Spread Eagle Court, Holborn, London. She was christened on 4 October 1775 in St Andrew, Holborn, London. She was the daughter of William Bickley and Ann Kitchen.

John Bickley

(before 2 April 1780 - )
     John Bickley was born before 2 April 1780 in Fox Court, Holborn, London. He was christened on 2 April 1780 in St Andrew, Holborn, London. He was the son of William Bickley and Ann Kitchen.

John Bickley

(before 1755? - )
     John Bickley was born before 1755?. He was the son of Benjamin? Bickley.
John Bickley was listed in a directory dated 1784 as John Bickley, upholder at Theobalds Row, London.
John Bickley and William Bickley were listed in a directory dated 1785 as John & William Bickley, stove grate makers at Vineyard Walk, Clerkenwell, London. There were no Bickleys in 1780-82 directories nor in 1786.
The Stamford mercury 22 May 1789 reported the bankruptcy of: James McNaughton, of Coldbath fields, Mdx, iron founder, dealer & chapman, partner with John Bickley of Coalboath-Fields, Mdx, iron founder, dealer & chapman.
John Bickley was listed in a directory dated 1790 as From 1790, he was listed as an iron founder & metal worker at Dorrington St, Coldbath Fields, London.
John Bickley was listed in a directory dated from 1790 to 1792 as John Bickley, Iron founder at Dorrington St, Cold Bath Fields, London.
The Times advertised on 8 Sep 1791: Phoenix Iron Foundry. To be disposed of. The lease of those valuable and extensive premises, situate in Dorrington-street, Cold bath Fields, together with implements, stock, etc. The premises have been considerably improved, at a great expence, and are in complete repar; consisting of an excellent dwelling-house, and every necessary convenience for carrying on the Foundry Business to a great extent, and are well adapted for any other kind of manufactory, 35 years of the lease unexpired. Enquire of Mr John Bickley, on the premises.
The Times on the 3rd & 12th Feb 1795 reported: Gray's-Inn-Lane: to be peremptorily sold, by Mr Smith. At Garrawy's on Friday, Feb 13, ast 12 o'clock, by orders of the assignee of Mr John Bickley, iron-founder. A desirable leasehold estated, held by a term of 90 years, comprising a substantial well furnished dwelling house, with spacious warehouse and premises adjoining, eligibly situate on the west side of Gray's Inn Lane, near the capital improvemenets now carrying on in that neighbourhood. The house contains two handsome rooms on each floor, with a private entrance, and spaces for shop, an area, suitable offices and cellaring - To be viewed three days previous to the sale. Particulars may be had at Garraways and of Mr Smith, no. 62, Broad street.
The Times reported from the London gazette 10 Feb 1795: Dividends: March 7. John Bickley, North-place, Gray's-inn-lane, whitesmith.
John Bickley was declared bankrupt in January 1796 in Middesex. John Bickley now or late of North Place, Gray's Inn, Mdx, whitesmith, dealer and chapman, at Guildhall , London.

Juliet Bickley

(before 6 September 1770 - )
     Juliet Bickley was born before 6 September 1770 in Gray's Inn Lane, Holborn, London. She was christened on 6 September 1770 in St Andrew, Holborn, London. She was the daughter of William Bickley and Ann Kitchen.

Margaret Bickley

(24 May 1771 - )
     Margaret Bickley was christened on 24 May 1771 in Bilston, Staffordshire, England. She was the daughter of William Bickley and Sarah Homer.

Martha Bickley

(circa 1757 - 20 September 1817)
     Martha Bickley was born circa 1757. Her age at death was given as 59 which suggests a 1757 birth. A John & Ann Darby baptised a daughter Martha on 15 Oct 1758 at St Paul's Shadwell, but she seems to be buried there on 14 Nov 1758, of Dean St.
A Martha Beckley was also baptised 13 May 1762 at St Dunstan Stepney, the daughter of Thomas & Mary.
Another Martha Bickley was baptised at Beaconsfield, Buckinghamshire 25 May 1760, daughter of William & Mary. The daughter of Ben seems a possibility as her daughter (Mary Bickley/Hooper) had a son William Benjamin.
Yet another was baptised on 15 March 1758 at St Philip's Birmingham, daughter of Wiliam & Elizabeth. She was the daughter of Benjamin? Bickley and Elizabeth Unknown (Bickley).
     Martha Bickley had a long term relationship with George Darby, son of George? Darby.
     In George Darby Bickley's will dated 16 February 1810 in Finchley, London, Martha Bickley was named as heir.
     Martha Bickley made a will dated 3 September 1817. I Martha Bickley being of sound mind and body do make this my last will and testament I give & bequeath to my daughter Martha Jennings all my cloaths and to my son William Darby Bickley all the remainder of my property consisting of furniture plate linen china money etc. after paying my just debts and funeral expenses and my books - Martha Bickley - witness Elizth Pococke Witness D Stringer Chapel St Pentonville Sept 3 1817.
     Martha died on 20 September 1817 in 10 Featherstone St, City Rd, London. The City Rd Wesleyan Chapel records a Martha Darby died 20 Sep 1817, aged 59 years. [buried] 26 Sep, of no. 10 Featherstone St, City Road. This seems likely as her son Mr George Bickley Darby as buried from there on 25th Sep 1810, along with Gabriel & Rebecca in 1797 & William in 1818. She was buried on 26 September 1817 in London.
     Her will was proved on 31 January 1818 at the Prerogative Court of Canterbury. Proved at London 31 January 1818 by the oath of William Darby Bickley the son and the executor according to the tenor of the will.

Children of Martha Bickley and George Darby

Martha Darby Bickley

(say 1781 - 2 October 1820)
     Martha Darby Bickley was also known as Martha Darby in records. She was born illegitimate say 1781. She was the daughter of George Darby and Martha Bickley.
Martha Darby married Joseph Jennings on 28 August 1798 in St Andrew's, Enfield, Middlesex. They were both single of this parish, signed Joseph Jennings & Martha Darby in the presence of John Jennings & Alexr Young.
Martha Darby witnessed Isaac Slodden and Susanna Darby?/Townsend?'s wedding before 1804.
Martha Darby Bickley was listed in a directory dated between 1808 and 1810 as In 1809 & 1810 Darby, Jennings & Company are listed as Annatto & Sealing Wax manufacturers at Great Warren St, Coldbath Fields at Gt Warren Street, Coldbath Fields, London.
     In George Darby Bickley's will dated 16 February 1810 in Finchley, London, Martha Darby Bickley was named as heir.
     Martha died on 2 October 1820. Martha Jennings, aged 39, of Plummer St. From 28 April 1829 Emma Jennings became a legatee of the will of George Darby. She was buried on 6 October 1820 in City Rd Wesleyan Chapel, London. Martha Jennings died the 2nd October, aged 39 of Plummer St, no. 33.

Children of Martha Darby Bickley and Joseph Jennings

Mary [Darby] Bickley

(1 October 1784 - 11 October 1839)
     Mary [Darby] Bickley was also known as Darby in records. She was born illegitimate before 1 October 1784 in Blackfriars, London. She was christened on 1 October 1784 in St Ann Blackfriars, London. She was the daughter of George Darby and Martha Bickley.
     In George Darby's will dated 3 March 1804 in Coleman Street, London, Mary [Darby] Bickley was named as heir.
Mary [Darby] Bickley married William Hooper, son of John Hooper and Mary Fawler, on 1 May 1804 in St Mary, Islington, London. William Hooper, bachelor of this parish & Mary Bickley, spinster of this parish, were married by banns, by Thomas Poole Hooper, AM, vicar of New Shoreham, Sussex. Both signed in the presence of John Hooper & John Parker.
     In George Darby Bickley's will dated 16 February 1810 in Finchley, London, Mary [Darby] Bickley was named as heir.
     Mary died of apoplexy on 11 October 1839 in Finchley, London , aged 55. From 30 October 1840 J J Hooper, W B Hooper & E A Cox became legatees of the will of George Darby.

Children of Mary [Darby] Bickley and William Hooper

Phebe Bickley

(before 1 March 1778 - )
     Phebe Bickley was born before 1 March 1778 in Baldwins Gardens, Holborn, London. She was christened on 1 March 1778 in St Andrew, Holborn, London. She was the daughter of William Bickley and Ann Kitchen.

Rachel Bickley

(28 December 1767 - )
     Rachel Bickley was born before 28 December 1767 in Bell Court, Holborn, London. She was christened on 28 December 1767 in St Andrew, Holborn, London. She was the daughter of William Bickley and Ann Kitchen.

Rebecca Darby Bickley

(16 May 1787 - 15 July 1797)
     Rebecca Darby Bickley was born illegitimate before 16 May 1787 in Blackfriars, London. She was christened on 16 May 1787 in St Ann Blackfriars, London. She was the daughter of George Darby and Martha Bickley.
     Rebecca was buried on 15 July 1797 in City Road Chapel (Wesleyan), London.

Sarah Bickley

(16 March 1772 - )
     Sarah Bickley was born before 16 March 1772 in Spread Eagle Court, Holborn, London. She was christened on 16 March 1772 in St Andrew, Holborn. She was the daughter of William Bickley and Ann Kitchen.

Sarah Bickley

(9 October 1750 - )
     Sarah Bickley was christened on 9 October 1750 in St Botolph Bishopsgate, London. She was the daughter of Benjamin? Bickley and Elizabeth Unknown (Bickley).

Sarah Bickley

(25 April 1749 - before October 1750)
     Sarah Bickley was christened on 25 April 1749 in St Botolph Bishopsgate, London. She was the daughter of Benjamin? Bickley and Elizabeth Unknown (Bickley).
     Sarah died before October 1750 in London.

Sarah Bickley

(20 June 1779 - 7 March 1833)
     Sarah Bickley was born on 20 June 1779 in Holborn. Sarah Bickley, daughter of Willm Bickley and Sarah Bickly his wife, who was daughter of Nicholas Browne, was born in Shoe Lane, in the parish of St Andrews Holborn, in the Cityof London this twentieth day of June, 1779 at whose birth we were present: Eliz Bickley & Susanna Browne. Registered at Dr Williams Library. She was the daughter of William Bickley and Sarah Browne.
Sarah Bickley married William Mannering on 19 October 1801 in St George, Bloomsbury, Camden. William Mannering of the parish of St Pancras in the county of Middlesex, bachelor and Sarah Bickley of this parish, spinster, were married in this church by licence this 19 Oct 1801. Both signed in the presence of W Bickley & S Bickley.
     Sarah Bickley was mentioned in the will of William Bickley dated 14 August 1806.
     Sarah was buried on 7 March 1833 in Bunhill Fields Burial Ground, London. Sarah Mannering, aged 56, of Trafalgar Place, Kentish Town.

Child of Sarah Bickley and William Mannering

William Bickley

(before 1740 - 1789)
     William Bickley was born before 1740. He was the son of Benjamin? Bickley.
William Bickley married Ann Kitchen on 24 December 1762 in St James, Westminster. Much confusion with the Wm & Sarah Bickleys.
     William died in 1789 in Spa Fields, London. He may be the William Bickley died/buried at the Countess of Huntongdon's Connexion burial ground at Spa Filds, Clerkenwell, aged 60, of St Andrews Holborn. Others buried there were: Elizabeth on 11 Jun 1793 aged 73 of St Bartholomews; Mary on 27 Feb 1793, of St James Westminster; Sarah on 16 Jun 1813 aged 33, of St Andrews Holborn..
William Bickley married secondly Sarah Cann? on 16 December 1798? In London. A William Bickley of the parish of St George in the East, widower, and Sarah Cann of this parish, spinster had banns published 28 Oct - 11 Nov 1798 at St Bartholomew the Great, The marriage took place at St George in the East - William Bickley of this parish, widower and Sarah Cann of the parish of St Bartholomew the Great, London, spinster were married in this church by banns, 16 Dec 1798. He signed and she made her mark in the presence of Thos Inglesby & Thos Harmar Lacon? The dating seems unlikely.

Children of William Bickley and Ann Kitchen

William Bickley

(15 November 1773 - )
     William Bickley was born before 15 November 1773 in Spread Eagle Court, Holborn, London. He was christened on 15 November 1773 in St Andrew, Holborn, London. He was the son of William Bickley and Ann Kitchen.