I'ANSON international


 
Descendants of Edward I'Anson of London
 

Generation One

1. EDWARD1 I'ANSON; b. before 1748; m. Elizabeth Guest 14 Feb 1767 Saint James, Westminster, LDN; d. 6 Sep 1812; his estate was probated 30 Sep 1812. 
As of 1812, Edward I'Anson lived at Clipstone Street, St Marylebone parish, LDN.

The nine known children of Edward1 I'Anson and Elizabeth Guest were as follows:

  • 2. i. William2 I'Anson; b. after 14 Feb 1767; his estate was probated 14 Apr 1813.
    • He emigrated to Australia (NSW)
  • 3. ii. John I'Anson; b. after 14 Feb 1767.  Mentioned in father's will in 1812.
  • 4. iii. Ann I'Anson; b. after 14 Feb 1767.
  • 5. iv. Sarah I'Anson; baptized 29 May 1768 St James, Westminster, London.
  • 6. v. Frances J' ANSON; baptized 20 Dec 1769 St James, Westminster, London; m. James LEIGHTON 29 Sep 1791 Saint Martin In The Fields, Westminster, London, England.  She was also known as FRANCES I'ANSON.
    • Sir James Leighton, was court physician to Czar Alexander I of Russia; and Sir James' son was also a doctor. Soon after Nicholas I became Czar in 1825 the Leighton family left Russia and spent the ensuing years travelling around Europe, giving their only son, Frederic (1830-96), first-hand acquaintance with its cultural and artistic treasures. . . . Frederic Lord Leighton, son of Frederic, was born in Scarborough, and became the acknowledged leader of the Victorian classical school of painting
    • "Frances, born 1767. Married Sir James Leighton. She was grandmother of Lord Leighton (formerly Sir Frederic Leighton, Bart.), President of the Royal Academy." [Bryan I'Anson History of the I'Anson Family (1915)] NB: Birth date needs clarification from records.
  • + 7. vi. Henry I'ANSON, b. 11 Apr 1773 St Mary, St Marylebone Rd, London; m. Elizabeth Woolloton
  • + 8. vii. Edward I'Anson, b. 23 Mar 1775; m. Lavinia Ann Woolloton.
  • 9. viii. Michael I'Anson; baptized 25 Jan 1777 Saint Mary-St Marylebone Road, London.
  • 10. ix. George I'Anson; baptized 25 Jan 1777 Saint Mary-St Marylebone Road, London.

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Generation Two

7. HENRY2 I'ANSON (Edward1I'Anson); baptized 11 Apr 1773 St Mary, St Marylebone Rd, London; m. Elizabeth WOOLOTON 22 Oct 1793 Saint Botolph Without Aldersgate, London, LDN, England.
Mentioned in father's will -- apparently had 5 surviving children in 1812.

The six known children of Henry2 I'ANSON and Elizabeth WOOLTORTON/WOOLOTON were as follows:

  • 11. i. Eliza3 I'Anson; b. after 22 Oct 1793.
  • 12. ii. Ann I'Anson; b. after 22 Oct 1793.
  • 13. iii. Amelia I'Anson; b. after 22 Oct 1793.
  • 14. iv. Elizabeth I'Anson; b. after 22 Oct 1793; m. William Drury 6 Aug 1827 British Chaplaincy, St Petersburg, Russia.  She had 10 known children all baptised in St Petersburg according to records of the English Church.
  • 15. v. Edward I'Anson; b. after 22 Oct 1793.
  • 16. vi. Mary Maria I'Anson; baptized 1 Feb 1797 Saint Mary-St Marylebone Road, London.

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8. EDWARD2 I'ANSON (Edward1); b. 23 Mar 1775; m. Lavinia Ann Woolloton 30 Nov 1809; d. 13 Nov 1853 at age 78.  Lived at Poultney Hill, London E.C., London. He was an Architect.

The six known children of Edward2 I'Anson and Lavinia Ann Woolloton were as follows:

  • + 17. i. Edward3 I'Anson, b. 5 Jul 1811; m. Catherine Blakeway.
  • 18. ii. William I'Anson; b. 10 Feb 1813.
  • 19. iii. Emma I'Anson; b. 7 Jul 1814.
  • + 20. iv. Alfred I'Anson, m. ? (--?--); b. 9 Jul 1816.
  • 21. v. Henry Guest I'Anson; b. 17 Apr 1818.
  • 22. vi. Lavinia Ann I'Anson; m. William J. Bovill; b. 4 May 1820.

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Generation Three

17. EDWARD3 I'ANSON (Edward2, Edward1); b. 5 Jul 1811; m. Catherine Blakeway 28 Jun 1842; m. Caroline (--?--) Jul 1876; d. 1888; bur. 1888 All Saints Church, Headley; his estate was probated 12 Apr 1888.

He was of Grayshot Court, and Haslemere, Surrey, and of St Laurence Poutney, London E.C. He was educated after 1812. As of 1861, Edward I'Anson lived at an unknown place. He appeared on the census of 1881 Heather Lodge, Grayshott, Headley, HAM, ENG. He was P.R.I.B.A. - Architect who designed Royal Exchange Buildings and offices in the City of London; elected F.R.I.B.A. 1840 and President in 1886. Designed buildings of British and Foreign Bible Society, School of Merchant Taylors Company at the Charterhouse, New Museum Library, Fletcham Park, Leatherhead. Restored Dutch Church in Austin Friars, and St Mary, Aldgate. Surveyor to St Bartholomew's Hospital. Fellow of the Geological Society, and in 1886 President of the Surveyors' Institution before 1886.

The seven known children of Edward3 I'Anson and Catherine Blakeway were as follows:

  • 23. i. Edward Blakeway4 I'Anson; b. 28 Jun 1843 Clapham, SRY; d. 10 Nov 1912 London at age 69;  "The Times" Obituary Notices 12 Nov 1912.
    •  As of 1861, Edward Blakeway I'Anson lived at Grayshot, Hampshire. He was an Architect; surveyor. He continued his father's architectural practice at 7a St Laurence Pountney Hill, London EC., succeeding him as architect for St Bartholemew's Hospital in 1888, and assisted him with the new Corn Exchange in Mark Lane
    • Vice President, Surveyors' Institution, Surveyor to the Charterhouse and to other larg estates in London.
    • 1901-02 Master of the Merchant Taylors Company in 1881.
    • "On Saturday, Grayshott Court, the residence of the late Mr Edward I'Anson J.P., near Haslemere, Surrey, was completely destroyed by fire, the damage being estimated at £8,000" in 1890.
    • Donated the I'Anson Cup for cricket , at Grayshott, Hampshire cricket club dinner in November 1900. It is the oldest village cricket league in the country in continuous existence in 1900.
    • Mar 23: I'Anson Cup rules issued (cricket) in 1901.
    • He was unmarried in 1912 when he died.
  • 24. ii. Philip Blakeway I'Anson; b. 19 Jan 1845 Wandsworth, London, MDX; ; d. 22 Aug 1888 at age 43; his estate was probated 19 Nov 1888.
    • He appeared on the census of 1881 7 Westgate, Grantham, LIN.
  • 25. iii. Catherine Blakeway I'Anson; christened 20 Apr 1847 Holy Trinity, Clapham, SRY, ENG; d. 6 Jun 1916 Headley, HAM, at age 69.
    •  "Catherine I'Anson started a Sunday School in the laundry belonging to Heather Lodge" in 1867.
    • Unmarried
    • "June 6: Alexander Ingham Whitaker marries Miss Berthe de Pury, niece to Miss Catherine I'Anson, at All Saints, Headley " in 1895.
    • "St Luke's foundation stone laid by Miss Catherine I'Anson - [press says on 3rd September, stone says 30th July] " in Sep 1898.
    • 1914 she lived  Pinewood, Grayshott, Haslemere, SRY.
  • 26. iv. Mary Blakeway I'Anson; b. circa 1848; m. David F. De Pury 1872 Parish Church, Clapham Common, LDN.
  • 27. v. Harriet Blakeway I'Anson; b. before 1856; m. Cecil W. E. Henslowe M.I.C.E. 28 Jul 1874 Parish Church, Clapham Common, LDN.
  • 28. vi. Isabel Clara Blakeway I'Anson was birthreg between Oct 1856 and Dec 1856 Handsworth; d. 14 Aug 1875 at age 18.
  • 29. vii. Emma I'Anson; b. before 1866.  She lived in 1914 27 Argyll Road, Kensington, LDN.
  • 30. i. Lavinia Blakeway4 I'Anson; christened 8 Jul 1848 Holy Trinity, Clapham, SRY, ENG.


20. ALFRED3 I'ANSON (Edward2, Edward1); m. ? (--?--); b. 9 Jul 1816; d. circa 1860 in Australia.  He emigrated to Australia before 1860.

The only known child of Alfred3 I'Anson and ? (--?--) was:

  • 31. i. Alfred Edward4 I'Anson.

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