Family of Timothy SMITH and Mary TROTTER

  • Husband:

  • Timothy SMITH (1757-1817)

  • Wife:

  • Mary TROTTER ( - )

  • Marriage:

  • 23 Aug 1780

  • St Sepulchre, London, UK1

Husband: Timothy SMITH

Charles SMITH Isaac SMITH Charles SMITH Mary TROTTER Elizabeth ROBERTSON Ann SMITH William SMITH Ursula SMITH Nathaniel SMITH Hannah SAVAGE Mini tree diagram
  • Name:

  • Timothy SMITH

  • Sex:

  • Male

  • Father:

  • Charles SMITH (1725-1801)

  • Mother:

  • Hannah SAVAGE (c. 1730-1784)

  • Birth:

  • 23 Aug 1757

  • London, UK

  • Baptism:

  • 20 Sep 1757 (age 0)

  • Aldermanbury, London, UK2

  • Occupation:

  • 11 Nov 1772 (age 17)

  • Apprenticeship3


  • Address: London, UK

  • Will (1):



  • Death:

  • 1817 (age 59-60)

  • London, UK

  • Burial:

  • 18 Dec 1817

  • Bunhill Fields Burial Ground4


  • Address: City Road, London, UK

  • Will (2):

  • 24 Jan 1818 (age 60)5


Wife: Mary TROTTER

Timothy SMITH Mini tree diagram
  • Name:

  • Mary TROTTER

  • Sex:

  • Female

  • Father:

  • -

  • Mother:

  • -



Parish Register for Marriage of Timothy Smith and Mary Trotter, a minor, with the consent of her father William Trotter, St Sepulchre, London, UK, 23 August 1780.


Parish Register for Baptism of Timothy smith and son of Charles and Hannah Smith, Postern & Founder's Hall Chapel, Aldermanbury, London, UK, 20 September 1757.


Apprenticeship. Cit. Date: 11 November 1772.

Apprentice - Timothy Smith

Master - Jn Scollough - Citizen and Tallow Chandler of London


Bunhill Fields Burial Ground for Burial of Timothy Smith of Mitcham, Surrey and Aged 60 years, Bunhill Fields Burial Ground, City Road, London, England, 18 December 1817.


Will. Cit. Date: 24 January 1818.

This is the last Will and Testament of me Timothy Smith of White House, Upper Mitcham in the County of Surry who am of sound mind and memory ……be God for it First I commend my soul unto the hands of the Almighty God and commit my body to the Earth to be decently and frugally interred I direct that all my just debts funeral expenses and the expense of proving this my Will as first paid and satisfied I give and bequeath all my freehold and Leasehold Messuages and Tenements plate household furniture Goods Chattles Effects whatsoever and wheresoever I have or may be entitled to unto my dear wife Elizabeth Smith and my dear brother Isaac Smith of Clapham in the county of Surrey Esq upon trust that as soon after my decease as conveniently may be to sell and dispose threrof except such Plate and Furniture China etc that my said wife shall choose to keep for her own use the moneys arising from such sale to be applied and disposed of in the purchase of an Annuity for the benefit of my said dear wife for the term of her natural life for her own use and benefit exclusively and not to be subject to the control or liable to the debts of any future husband she may hereafter marry and I also give unto my said wife all the Dividends and interest arising from my share in the English Stock of the Company of Stationers of the City of London and in case of the death of my said wife or her marriage I direct that the money arising and to be received from the said Company be given unto James Dempster Robertson my said wifes son. I also appoint my said wife and my said brother Isaac Smith Executrix and Executor of this my will hereby revoking any will heretofore made by me and so declare this to be my last will and testament In witness thereof I the said Timothy Smith I have set my hand and seal this day of March in the year of our lord one thousand eight hundred and fourteen. Timy Smith Signed and sealed and declared and published as for his last will and testament in the presence of us who at his honest and in his presence have subscribed our names as witnesses thereto. William Collins and William Armstrong and Henry Wheeler.

PROVED at London 24th January 1818, by the oaths of Elizabeth Smith widow the relict and Isaac Smith Esq the brother the Exors to whom Admon was granted.