John Hann Vie

b. 20/09/1783
bap. 03/10/1783 Beaminster, Dorset

Parents

Thomas Vie
Grace Roberts
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Marriages/Partnerships

m. 23/02/1805
Ann Hopper St Andrew Holborn, London d. 26/05/1842

Children

b. 19/07/1809 Ann Vie
b. 20/07/1811 Mary Vie
b. 13/03/1814 James Vie Rotherhithe Street (at baptism)
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Occupations

1814 Tinman

Did You Know?

  • James Vie was baptised in Rotherhithe, London on 3rd April 1814. His father John Hann Vie was buried in Cerne Abbas, Dorset on 7th June the same year.
  • John Hann Vie and his brother Charles Vie were both Tinmen. (Apparently a Tinman could be a dealer in or worker of tin; John's will clarifies that he was a 'Tin Plate worker'.)
  • When John Hann Vie married Ann Hopper in 1805 his parish of residence was stated to be St George Hanover Square. Years later four of John's brother Charles Vie's children were baptised there. When Charles's youngest child was baptised the family's abode was stated to be Cumberland Market; when Ann made her will in 1842 she was living at 15 Edward Street, Cumberland Market.

Documentary Sources

In the Name of God Amen I John Hann Vie of the Parish of Rotherhithe in the County of Surry [sic] Tin Plate worker being in sound disposing mind & memory do make & declare this to be my last will & testament in mAnner following that is to say I order that all my just debts ffuneral Expenses & charges of proving this my will be in the first place fully paid & satisfied & after payment thereof & every part thereof I give to my dear & lawful wife Ann Vie of the parish of Rotherhithe in the County of Surry all the rest residue and remains of my Goods Chattels debts ready money Effects & other my estate whatsoever & wheresoever during the time my dear wife Ann Vie the aforesaid remains a Single woman But in case the above mentioned Ann Vie should after my demise reenter the holy state of Matrimony I then give & bequeath a equal (?) share of all the above between my deare wife the above mentioned & my dear Child our daughter Ann Vie now residing with us in the Parish of Rotherhithe in the County of Surry and at the demise of my dear wife the above named Ann Vie the above property then to belong to the abovementioned Child (?) my daughter Ann Vie I do hereby nominate constitute & appoint Ann Vie of the parish of Rotherhithe in the County of Surry & Henry Vie of the town of dorchester in the County of dorset Executors of this my last will In witness whereof I the said testator John Hann Vie have to this my last will & testament put my hand & seal the Eleventh day of ffebruary in the year of our Lord 1813. John Hann Vie Signed Sealed published & ??? by the said testator John Hann Vie as & for his last will & testament in the presence of us who in his presence & at his request & in the presence of each other have subscribed our names as witnesses thereto Wm Gibbs Richd Channer (?) Proved at London 10th June 1814 before the w???pful Samuel Rush ??? do of Laws & Surr by the oath of Ann Vie Wo the relict & one of the Exors to whom admon was granted being first sworn duly to ??? Power reserved to Henry Vie the Brother & other Exor

Source: PROB 11/1558
National Archive

Testator | Executors | Court | Reg | SL Vie Jno H | Ann Vie 221 Rotherhithe ??? | P Canterbury | 2 | 322

Source: IR27/151/088
National Archive

Locations

03/10/1783 [Church], Beaminster, Dorset
23/02/1805 Church, [St Andrew Holborn], [London]
23/02/1805 Saint George Hanover Square, [London]
13/08/1809 Saint Mary, Rotherhithe, Surrey
14/08/1811 Saint Mary, Rotherhithe, Surrey
03/04/1814 Rotherhithe Street, Rotherhithe, Surrey
03/04/1814 Saint Mary, Rotherhithe, Surrey
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