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man Roger Lee‏‎ 1) 2) 3) 4)
Born ‎29 Feb 1776 / ± 1776 Woodhouse (near Leeds), Yorkshire, England / Southwark, Surrey, England‎ 5) 6) 7) 8) 9)
Baptised ‎5 Apr 1776 St Peter's, Leeds, Yorkshire, England 5) 7)
Died ‎7 Mar 1855 Lambeth, Surrey, England Of Clapham.6) 10) 11)
Buried ‎13 Mar 1855 Norwood Cemetery, Norwood Road, Lambeth, Surrey, England 6)
Occupations: ‎1810 227 High Street, St George, Southwark, Surrey, England; Hop Merchant / Hop and Seed Factor - in partnership with Joshua Lee 12) 13), ‎between 1806 and 1814; Hop Factor 14) 15) 16), ‎1819; Overseer of the Surrey Highways 17), ‎between 1820 and 1823; Esquire 18) 19) 20) 21), ‎between 1826 and 1830; Treasurer to the Minister: Clapham Congregational Church 22), ‎1851; Gentleman 8), ‎between 22 Dec 1838 and 1855; Magistrate 23) 24)
Residences: ‎between 1806 and 1814 High Street, St George, Southwark, Surrey, England 14) 15) 16), ‎between 1808 and 1819 Clapham Common, Clapham, Surrey, England 25) 26) 27) 28) 29) 30) 31) 32) 33) 34) 35) 36) 37) 38) 39) 40) 41) 42) 43), ‎between 1820 and 1831 Battersea, Surrey, England 18) 19) 44) 20) 21) 45) 46) 47) 48) 49) 50) 51) 52) 53) 54) 55) 56), ‎between 1819 and 1855 Springwell House, Clapham Common, Surrey, England 9) 8) 57) 58) 59) 60) 60) 60) 24)

Property: Eligible to vote in Buckinghamshire elections - voted for Smith and Da ‎1832 shwood 60)
Property: Owner of freehold land and house in Coleshill, Buckinghamshire, calle ‎1837 d Luckins 60)
Property: Owner of freehold house, 6 Clement's Lane, in the parish of St Edmun ‎1838 d the King and Martyr, Lombard-Street 60)
Property: Proprietor of Warehouse and Houses ‎between 1848 and 1851 High Street, St George the Martyr, Southwark, Surrey, England 61) 62) 63) 64)
Religion: Member of Clapham Congregational Church ‎between 1801 and 1855 Clapham, Surrey, England 65) 66) 58) 4)
Will signed: ‎4 Apr 1855 Clapham, Surrey, England 11)
Property: Proprietor of Warehouse, Stabling, Chapel and House ‎between 1826 and 1857 Union Street, St George the Martyr Southwark, London, England 67) 68) 69) 70) 71) 72) 73) 74) 75) 61) 62) 63) 64) 76) 77) 78) 79) 80)


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Roger Lee - Roger Lee's handwriting, from a book in his library


Notes: Following painstaking research, it is very likely Roger was born in Leeds, at Woodhouse Manor, to Benjamin and Elizabeth Lee. In 1799 Woodhouse Manor was put for sale and it seems the family left Leeds for good. In London, Roger took various jobs including hop factor, "then jointly in business with a relation, Joshua, in the Borough High Street district of Southwark, the centre of London’s hop trade" before subsequently he focused on a variety of business activities. See "Benjamin Lee" for fuller evidence on Roger's ancestry.

Albert Lee Overbury's baptismal records mention that Roger Lee was a Gentleman of Clapham who employed at least one servant; the census confirms this: he employed a governess, a butler, a footman, a cook and two house servants.
In 1846, Lee was involved in legal wranglings with his wife's first husband's family. Various properties and lands were entrusted to her for her natural life. Following Roger's marriage to "Ann Harding, in the month of April, 1807... the said defendant Roger Lee... became and was, in right of his said wife, seised of, or entitled to, the said freehold and copyhold estates for and during the term of their joint lives, and that the trust and condition annexed to her estate as aforesaid thenceforth attached to or upon the said Roger Lee in respect of the said estates, and he became bound by the like implied promise or undertaking as aforesaid, and that he had recognised his liability. Following her death, Kingham argued that Roger Lee allowed those "buildings to become dilapidated... [and] also committed actual waste, by felling timber and selling it, by means of which permission and voluntary waste the estate was much deteriorated in value." Roger had owned that land since at least 1832 where he was described in electoral register for Tring as: "Resident of Clapton Common, owner of copyhold land in Tring".

Sometime before 1833, Roger Lee travelled round Europe with John Wade: "When travelling on the Continent you cannot have forgotten that we arrived at one general, though, perhaps, partial conclusion, namely, that in the command of the substantial elements of national happiness, in the accumulation of wealth, in the diffusion of intelligence, in moral feeling, and in the enjoyment of civil freedom, our own country might justly claim precedency over any European community." (History of Middle and Working Classes, John Wade, 1833).

Roger Lee lived at Springwell House, 80 Clapham Common North Side, from 1819 to his death:

"Two older dwellings on the site were pulled down to make way for it. Like other houses near by, it took its name from the springs or wells in the vicinity. (A well was rediscovered in the front garden of Springwell House in 1919.) Barring some prominent Victorian alterations to its main front, the house is characteristic of its era-squareish in plan, faced in stock brick with gauged brick window arches (at the sides and rear) and a double gambrel roof (Ill. 13.8). The ground floor arrangement, with a Doric entrance porch in the east flank wall leading directly into a staircase hall, enabled two interconnecting drawing rooms to command the main front, facing the common. At the rear were a library and dining room, and upstairs were four main bedchambers. The curved stairwell, with statuary niches, and an elegant scrolled iron balustrade are among several surviving original features. As well as a detached stable and coach-house, the house also had largegrounds, with a greenhouse, vinery, flower and kitchen gardens." (Survey of London, English Heritage, 2013, https://www.ucl.ac.uk/bartlett/architecture/sites/bartlett/files/50.13_clapham_common_to_lavender_hill.pdf)

Roger Lee had a significant library - which he notes in his will. A significant volume of books with his booksplates have survived. Roger Lee was friends with Francis Collins. From a book in his library:
"The inner front cover has the bookplate of a Roger Lee, and Roger Lee has written on the top of the half-title page: "This author was a very Pious / man, gone to a better world / some years ago - I knew him / well ? ? ? " / Roger Lee".

Married ‎21 Apr 1807 Battersea, Surrey, England Names spouse as Ann Harding rather than Ann Tompkins this is probably because Ann was remarrying. 81) (36 years married)
to:

woman Ann Tompkins‏, Alternative name: Matilda Tompkins‎ 3) 82) 2)
Daughter of Joseph Tompkins and N.N.‏.
Born ‎between 1772 and 1776 Tring, Hertfordshire, England‎ 83) 84)
Died ‎27 Jan 1844 Clapham, Surrey, England‎ 85) 84) 86) 87)
Buried ‎2 Feb 1844 Norwood Cemetery, Norwood Road, Lambeth, Surrey, England 84)
Residence: ‎1841 North Side, Clapham Common, Surrey, England 83)
, ‎1st marriage to: Roger Lee, 2nd marriage to: Thomas Harding
Will signed: ‎12 Aug 1844 Canterbury, Kent, England 87)


Notes: Ann firstly married Thomas Harding of Tring in 1803 at church of St George, Hanover. Thomas died in 1805, aged 30.

There are multiple Ann Tompkins, all born around the same time, in a similar area, with a father named Joseph. For example:
o Ann Tompkins marries a Thomas Amsden in 1802 (Westminster) and has a daughter, Fanny Wood Amsden, born in Tring, in 1808. Fanny's non-conformist baptism details her grandparents - Joseph and Ann. This Joseph is probably the Joseph that marries Ann Swannell in the 1780s. Given Ann is married to Thomas Amsden as opposed to Thomas/Roger, she can be confirmed as not the wife of Roger. However, even identifying this Ann with certainty is challenging: Ann might be the Ann baptised in Tring in 1785, or given she married in Westminster and is described in her marriage record as "of Westminster", she could be the Ann born in 1785 in Westminster.
o Then there's an Ann baptised to Joseph and Lydia in Abingdon, Berkshire, 1781. This Joseph was a non-conformist. Like Joseph father of Ann. He is described as a baker, however, so probably not the correct Joseph: Joseph being described as a labourer.
o There is a Jemima Tompkins buried in Tring in 1785, aged 1, to a Joseph and MaryTompkins. Suggesting at least another possible set of parents (though no relevant baptism identified).

All the above can probably be eliminated, however, as being born too late to be this Ann. The 1841 census, her burial record, and the date of her first marriage suggest a birth of c1773-1776.

Plenty of Ann's relatives are, however, known with certainty. From her will we know her nieces and nephews:
o James Dawe, William Dawe - children of Hannah Tompkins and William Dawe (Tring) married in 1801.
o Ann Jennings - maybe daughter of the John Jennings and Ann Tompkins married in 1788 in St George Hanover Square
o John Holder - children of Lydia Tomkins and John Holder (Tring) married in 1804.
o John Gibbs, James Gibbs - children of Susannah Tompkins and Robert Gibbs (Piccadilly) married in 1797
o Mary Jones - maybe daughter of William Jones and Sarah Tompkins (Aylesbury) married in 1796
o Hannah Norris - children of John Norris and Mary Tompkins (Tring) in 1814.
o Ann Stacey

Additionally it is likely she is connected to the Gibbs family. Her original marriage to Thomas Harding in 1803 was witnessed by Thos Chambers and Susan Gibbs. Her second marriage to Roger Lee was witnessed by John Charlesworth and Elizabeth Gibbs. Her will then mentions John Gibbs and James Gibbs. Maybe these are here siblings/parents/nephews. Unknown.

Children:

1.
woman Mary Ann Lee‏ 1) 90) 91)
Born ‎9 Aug 1808 Clapham, Surrey, England Grandfather obtained from non-conformist baptism transcript.92) 93) 3) 2)
Died ‎19 Mar 1842 Ramsgate, Kent, England‎, 33 years 92) 94) 95)
Buried ‎26 Mar 1842 Norwood Cemetery, Norwood Road, Lambeth, Surrey, England 92)
Residences: ‎1841 2 Devonshire Place, Streatham, Surrey, England 93), ‎1811 Clapham, Surrey, England 32)


Notes: From 1842 obituaries in "The Gentleman's Magazine":

March 19. At Ramsgate, aged 34, Mary-Ann, wife of John Overbury, esq. of Balham Hill.

In the March 27th 1842 Observer, under obituaries, the following was printed:

"19th, at Ramsgate, Mary Ann, the wife of John Overbury, Esq., of Balham-Hill, for the 34th year - 19th in Camberwell Grove, of hooping cough.

This was also printed in the following day's paper.
2.
man Charles Lee‏‎
Born ‎± 1809 Clapham, Surrey, England‎

Foundation Ceremony Charles Lee.jpg
‎16 Apr 1853; Charless Lee, Foundation Ceremony - New Street, Golden Square, London Ceremony of laying the foundation stone of a model lodging house. Illustrated London News - Saturday 16 April 1853


Sources

1) Source: General Register Office: Birth Certificates from the Presbyterian, Independent and Baptist Registry and from the Wesleyan Methodist Metropolitan Registry Record for Albert Lee Overbury. Reference: RG 5/134 (Data from direct source)
2) Source: General Register Office: Birth Certificates from the Presbyterian, Independent and Baptist Registry and from the Wesleyan Methodist Metropolitan Registry Record for Mary Ann Lee. Reference: RG 5/46 (Data from direct source)
3) Source: General Register Office: Registers of Births, Marriages and Deaths surrendered to the Non-parochial Registers Commissions of 1837 and 1857 Record for Mary Ann Lee. Reference: RG 4/4661 (Data from direct source)
4) Source: Clapham Congregational Church: Administrative and membership records, property correspondence Roger Lee, listed as subscribed in 1840. The list of names is preceded by an interesting account of the issues involved with financing a Minister and church and the importance of funding for spreading God's word.Though authorship of the opening text is uncertain. I would suggest it was written by Roger as he signs his name first and the writing style is the same as his.Interestingly, John Overbury, his son-in-law is also recorded as a subscriber.. Reference: ACC/2854/041 : Church meeting subscriptions, 1840 (Unreliable evidence or estimated data)
5) Source: Yorkshire, Bishop's Transcripts Roger Lee born to Benjamin Lee, at Woodhouse, Mar Feb 29 1776. Baptised 5 April. Reference: Leeds (St Peters), Yorkshire West Riding (Data from direct source)
6) Source: London, England, Church of England Deaths and Burials, 1813-1980 Record for Roger Lee. Reference: Database online. (Data from direct source)
7) Source: West Yorkshire, England, Church of England Baptisms, Marriages and Burials, 1512-1812 Roger Lee born to Benjamin Lee, at Woodhouse, Mar Feb 29 1776. Baptised 5 April. Reference: Database online. (Data from direct source)
8) Source: 1851 England Census Record for Roger Lee. Reference: Database online. Class: HO107; Piece: 1577; Folio: 159; Page: 6; GSU roll: 174813. (Data from direct source)
9) Source: 1841 England Census Record for Roger Lee. Reference: Database online. Class: HO107; Piece 1046; Book: 3; Civil Parish: Battersea; County: Surrey; Enumeration District: 8; Folio: 52; Page: 5; Line: 8; GSU roll: 474648. (Data from direct source)
10) Source: England & Wales, Civil Registration Death Index, 1837-1915 Record for Roger Lee. Reference: Database online. (Data from secondary evidence)
11) Source: England & Wales, Prerogative Court of Canterbury Wills, 1384-1858 Record for Roger Esquire Lee. External Link. Reference: The National Archives; Kew, England; Prerogative Court of Canterbury and Related Probate Jurisdictions: Will Registers; Class: PROB 11; Piece: 2210 (Questionable reliability of evidence)
12) Source: Surrey, England, Jury-Qualified Freeholders and Copyholders, 1696-1824 Record for Roger Lee. External Link. Reference: QS3/10A/7; Southwark, St George; 1810 (Data from direct source)
13) Source: London, England, City Directories, 1736-1943 Record for Joshua & Roger Lee - 1810 directory. External Link. Reference: London Metropolitan Archives; London, England; London City Directories (Data from direct source)
14) Source: Surrey, England, Jury-Qualified Freeholders and Copyholders, 1696-1824 Record for Roger Lee. External Link. Reference: QS3/10A/6; Southwark, St Goerge; 1806 (Data from direct source)
15) Source: Surrey, England, Jury-Qualified Freeholders and Copyholders, 1696-1824 Record for Roger Lee. External Link. Reference: QS3/10A/6; Southwark, St George; 1807 (Data from direct source)
16) Source: Surrey, England, Jury-Qualified Freeholders and Copyholders, 1696-1824 Record for Roger Lee. External Link. Reference: QS3/10A/8; Southwark, St George; 1814 (Data from direct source)
17) Source: Landmark Image Collection "Springwell House, No 80 North Side, was built for Roger Lee in 1819, the overseer of the Surrey Highways and was probably named after the well on Clapham Common. The additional ornamental stonework to the original brick villa was added by John Bowman, who lived here from1859 to 1875. It has a distinctive side entrance portico and a coach house which was used as an open-air school for children suffering from tuberculosis between 1919 and 1939. Now a gradeII listed building it is Parkgate House School.". External Link. Reference: Springwell House; c1860 (Data from secondary evidence)
18) Source: Surrey, England, Jury-Qualified Freeholders and Copyholders, 1696-1824 Record for Roger Lee Esq. External Link. Reference: QS3/10A/9; Battersea; 1820 (Data from direct source)
19) Source: Surrey, England, Jury-Qualified Freeholders and Copyholders, 1696-1824 Record for Roger Lee Esq. External Link. Reference: QS3/10A/9; Battersea; 1821 (Data from direct source)
20) Source: Surrey, England, Jury-Qualified Freeholders and Copyholders, 1696-1824 Record for Roger Lee. External Link. Reference: QS3/10A/9; Battersea; 1823 (Data from direct source)
21) Source: Surrey, England, Jury-Qualified Freeholders and Copyholders, 1696-1824 Record for Roger Lee Esq. External Link. Reference: QS3/10A/9; Battersea; 1824 (Data from direct source)
22) Source: Clapham Congregational Church: Administrative and membership records, property correspondence Details of Roger's work for the church from 1826-1830. Including list of documents at front, 1826; note of collections for various charities, at back, 1826 - 1833; and a note of sherry bottles donated by Roger. Reference: ACC/2854/043 : Roger Lee's cashbook, 1826-1833 (Data from direct source)
23) Source: Reading Mercury. Reference: Reading Mercury - Saturday 22 December 1838 (Data from secondary evidence)
24) Source: London, England, City Directories, 1736-1943 Record for Roger Lee - Magistrates of the County, 1855. External Link. Reference: London Metropolitan Archives; London, England; London City Directories (Data from direct source)
25) Source: Surrey, England, Jury-Qualified Freeholders and Copyholders, 1696-1824 Record for Roger Lee. External Link. Reference: QS3/10A/8; Clapham; 1815 (Data from direct source)
26) Source: Surrey, England, Jury-Qualified Freeholders and Copyholders, 1696-1824 Record for Roger Lee. External Link. Reference: QS3/10A/8; Clapham, Clapham Common; 1816 (Data from direct source)
27) Source: Surrey, England, Jury-Qualified Freeholders and Copyholders, 1696-1824 Record for Roger Lee. External Link. Reference: QS3/10A/8; Clapham, Clapham Common; 1817 (Data from direct source)
28) Source: Surrey, England, Jury-Qualified Freeholders and Copyholders, 1696-1824 Record for Roger Lee. External Link. Reference: QS3/10A/8; Clapham, Clapham Common; 1818 (Data from direct source)
29) Source: Surrey, England, Jury-Qualified Freeholders and Copyholders, 1696-1824 Record for Roger Lee. External Link. Reference: QS3/10A/8; Clapham, Clapham Common; 1819 (Data from direct source)
30) Source: Surrey, England, Land Tax Records, 1780-1832 Record for R Lee. External Link (Data from direct source)
31) Source: London and Country Directory, 1811 Record for Roger Lee. Reference: Database online. (Data from direct source)
32) Source: Clapham Census Returns, 1801-1821 R Lee recorded as master of a household with 3 males and 6 females. Reference: 1811 census return (Data from direct source)
33) Source: Surrey, England, Land Tax Records, 1780-1832 Record for R Lee. External Link (Data from direct source)
34) Source: Surrey, England, Land Tax Records, 1780-1832 Record for Roger Lee. External Link (Data from direct source)
35) Source: Surrey, England, Land Tax Records, 1780-1832 Record for Roger Lee. External Link (Data from direct source)
36) Source: Surrey, England, Land Tax Records, 1780-1832 Record for Roger Lee. External Link (Data from direct source)
37) Source: Surrey, England, Land Tax Records, 1780-1832 Record for Roger Lee. External Link (Data from direct source)
38) Source: Surrey, England, Land Tax Records, 1780-1832 Record for Roger Lee. External Link (Data from direct source)
39) Source: Surrey, England, Land Tax Records, 1780-1832 Record for Roger Lee. External Link (Data from direct source)
40) Source: Surrey, England, Land Tax Records, 1780-1832 Record for Roger Lee. External Link (Data from direct source)
41) Source: Surrey, England, Land Tax Records, 1780-1832 Record for Roger Lee. External Link (Data from direct source)
42) Source: Surrey, England, Land Tax Records, 1780-1832 Record for Roger Lee. External Link (Data from direct source)
43) Source: Surrey, England, Land Tax Records, 1780-1832 Record for Roger Lee. External Link (Data from direct source)
44) Source: Surrey, England, Jury-Qualified Freeholders and Copyholders, 1696-1824 Record for Roger Lee Esquire. External Link. Reference: QS3/10A/9; Battersea; 1822 (Data from direct source)
45) Source: Surrey, England, Land Tax Records, 1780-1832 Record for Roger Lee. External Link (Data from direct source)
46) Source: Surrey, England, Land Tax Records, 1780-1832 Record for Roger Lee. External Link (Data from direct source)
47) Source: Surrey, England, Land Tax Records, 1780-1832 Record for Roger Lee. External Link (Data from direct source)
48) Source: Surrey, England, Land Tax Records, 1780-1832 Record for Rager Lee. External Link (Data from direct source)
49) Source: Surrey, England, Land Tax Records, 1780-1832 Record for Roger Lee. External Link (Data from direct source)
50) Source: Surrey, England, Land Tax Records, 1780-1832 Record for Roger Lee. External Link (Data from direct source)
51) Source: Surrey, England, Land Tax Records, 1780-1832 Record for Roger Lee. External Link (Data from direct source)
52) Source: Surrey, England, Land Tax Records, 1780-1832 Record for Roger Lee. External Link (Data from direct source)
53) Source: Surrey, England, Land Tax Records, 1780-1832 Record for Reger Lee. External Link (Data from direct source)
54) Source: Surrey, England, Land Tax Records, 1780-1832 Record for Roge Lee. External Link (Data from direct source)
55) Source: Surrey, England, Land Tax Records, 1780-1832 Record for Roger Lee. External Link (Data from direct source)
56) Source: Surrey, England, Land Tax Records, 1780-1832 Record for Roger Lee. External Link (Data from direct source)
57) Source: U.K., City and County Directories, 1600s-1900s Record for Roger Lee. Reference: Database online. (Data from direct source)
58) Source: Clapham Congregational Church: Administrative and membership records, property correspondence Church accounts for years 1832-1835 list Roger's subscription fees and show him as resident of The Common, Clapham. Reference: ACC/2854/044 : Accounts, 1832-1835 (Data from secondary evidence)
59) Source: UK, Poll Books and Electoral Registers, 1538-1893 Record for Roger Lee, Esq.. Reference: Database online. (Data from secondary evidence)
60) Source: UK, Poll Books and Electoral Registers, 1538-1893 Record for Roger Lee. Reference: Database online. (Data from direct source)
61) Source: London, England, Land Tax Records, 1692-1932 Record for J Lee. Reference: LT92/01/034 (Data from direct source)
62) Source: London, England, Land Tax Records, 1692-1932 Record for Roger Lee Esquire. Reference: LT92/01/035 (Data from direct source)
63) Source: London, England, Land Tax Records, 1692-1932 Record for. Reference: Database online. (Data from direct source)
64) Source: London, England, Land Tax Records, 1692-1932 Record for Roger Lee Esqr. Reference: Database online. (Data from direct source)
65) Source: Clapham Congregational Church: Administrative and membership records, property correspondence Mr R Lee listed as subscriber from 1801-1821. Reference: ACC/2854/040 : Church Meeting Subscription Book, 1798-1821 (Data from direct source)
66) Source: Clapham Congregational Church: Administrative and membership records, property correspondence Various transactions relating to Roger Lee throughout the years 1821-1855. Reference: ACC/2854/042 : Cash Book, 1821-1873 (Data from direct source)
67) Source: London, England, Land Tax Records, 1692-1932 Record for Lee. Reference: LT92/01/022 (Data from direct source)
68) Source: London, England, Land Tax Records, 1692-1932 Record for Lee. Reference: LT92/01/023 (Data from direct source)
69) Source: London, England, Land Tax Records, 1692-1932 Record for Lee. Reference: LT92/01/024 (Data from direct source)
70) Source: London, England, Land Tax Records, 1692-1932 Record for Lee. Reference: LT92/01/025 (Data from direct source)
71) Source: London, England, Land Tax Records, 1692-1932 Record for Lee. Reference: LT92/01/026 (Data from direct source)
72) Source: London, England, Land Tax Records, 1692-1932 Record for Lee. Reference: LT92/01/027 (Data from direct source)
73) Source: London, England, Land Tax Records, 1692-1932 Record for Lee. Reference: LT92/01/028 (Data from direct source)
74) Source: London, England, Land Tax Records, 1692-1932 Record for Lee. Reference: LT92/01/032 (Data from direct source)
75) Source: London, England, Land Tax Records, 1692-1932 Record for Roger Lee. Reference: Parishes of St. Saviour, St. George the Martyr, East, West, North and South Divisions, St. Olave, Waterside and First and Second Landside Divisions, St. John, First to Fourth Divisions, St. Thomas: Land tax assessment LT92/01/033 (Data from direct source)
76) Source: London, England, Land Tax Records, 1692-1932 Record for Roger Lee Esquire. Reference: LT92/01/038 (Data from direct source)
77) Source: London, England, Land Tax Records, 1692-1932 Record for Roger Lee. Reference: Parishes of St. George the Martyr, East, West, North and South Divisions, St. Olave, Waterside and First and Second Landside Divisions, St. John, St. Saviour, St. Thomas Divisions: Land tax assessment LT92/01/039 (Data from direct source)
78) Source: London, England, Land Tax Records, 1692-1932 Record for Roger Lee Esqr. Reference: LT92/01/040 (Data from direct source)
79) Source: London, England, Land Tax Records, 1692-1932 Record for Roger Lee Esquire. Reference: LT92/01/041 (Data from direct source)
80) Source: London, England, Land Tax Records, 1692-1932 Record for Roger Lee. External Link (Data from direct source)
81) Source: London, England, Church of England Marriages and Banns, 1754-1921 Record for Roger Lee. Reference: Database online.
82) Source: The Gentleman's Magazine "Thomas Harding esq. in the commission of the peace for the hundred of Dacorum, Herts, to Miss Matilda Tompkins, daugh. of Joseph T. esq. of Tring, in the same county.". Reference: 1803, Volume 94, page 689 (Data from secondary evidence)
83) Source: 1841 England Census Record for Ann Lee. Reference: Database online. Class: HO107; Piece 1046; Book: 3; Civil Parish: Battersea; County: Surrey; Enumeration District: 8; Folio: 52; Page: 5; Line: 9; GSU roll: 474648. (Data from secondary evidence)
84) Source: London, England, Church of England Deaths and Burials, 1813-1980 Record for Ann Lee. Reference: Database online. (Questionable reliability of evidence)
85) Source: England & Wales, Civil Registration Death Index, 1837-1915 Record for Ann Lee. Reference: Database online. (Questionable reliability of evidence)
86) Source: Court of Chancery: Clerks of Records and Writs Office: Pleadings 1842-1852 1845 K28.Kingham v Lee. Bill, certificate, answer, bill, demurrer, bill, two answersDate: 1845. Reference: C 14/404/K28 (Data from direct source)
87) Source: Will Registers: Prerogative Court of Canterbury and related Probate Jurisdictions "Will of Ann Lee, Wife of Clapham Common, Surrey"Dated: 12 Aug 1844. External Link. Reference: PROB 11/2003/304 (Data from secondary evidence)
88) Source: England, Parish Registers "Thomas Harding Bar and Ann Tompkins Spinr both of this Parish were married in this Church by Licence this thirty first Day of May in the year 1803 by me Tho Nicholas CurateThis Marriage was solemnized between us Thos Harding, Ann TompkinsIn the presence of Thos Chambers, Susan Gibbs". Reference: St George Hanover Square; Marriages 1803
89) Source: Salisbury and Winchester Journal "Lately was married at Tring, Herts, Thomas Harding, Esq. one of his Majesty's Justices of the Peace for the Hundred of Dacorum, to Matilda Tompkins, daughter of Joseph Tompkins, a labourer in the same parish.". Reference: 11 July 1803
90) Source: General Register Office: Registers of Births, Marriages and Deaths surrendered to the Non-parochial Registers Commissions of 1837 and 1857 Record for Roger Lee. Reference: RG 4/3100 (Data from direct source)
91) Source: General Register Office: Registers of Births, Marriages and Deaths surrendered to the Non-parochial Registers Commissions of 1837 and 1857 Record for Albert Lee Overbury. Reference: RG 4/4674 - Dr Williams´ Library, Index to Birth Certificates, 1828-1837 (Data from direct source)
92) Source: London, England, Church of England Deaths and Burials, 1813-1980 Record for Mary Ann Overbury. Reference: Database online. (Data from secondary evidence)
93) Source: 1841 England Census Record for Mary Ann Overbury. Reference: Database online. Class: HO107; Piece 1068; Book: 1; Civil Parish: Streatham; County: Surrey; Enumeration District: 2; Folio: 23; Page: 11; Line: 2; GSU roll: 474659. (Data from secondary evidence)
94) Source: England & Wales, Civil Registration Death Index, 1837-1915 Record for Mary Ann Overbury. Reference: Database online. (Questionable reliability of evidence)
95) Source: The Law Journal Reports: Volume 25 "There were only two children of the said marriage, namely, the plaintiff, who was born in 1809, and Mary Ann Lee, who, in 1832, having attained her age of twenty-one, married the defendant, John Overbury, and died on the 19th March 1842.". Reference: Page 580. (Data from secondary evidence)