|Probate Date||1843 (18 Aug)|
|Address||Whites Row, Spitalfields and Dalston, Middlesex|
|Occupation||Vermicelli, Oil and Pickle Merchant|
|Children||Children mentioned but not named|
|Other Relatives||Walter Levy (business partner)|
|Bequests||William Lesthallas? Stationer of Budge Row|
|Executors, Administrators||Lydia Levy and William Lesthallas?|
|Witnesses||Thomas Butts Tanqueray, Solicitor of New Broad Street and Edward Cooper his clerk|
|Notes||2 Whites Row, Spitalfield, maccaroni, vermicelli etc maker,
1836 . Old Bailey t18200412-10
WILLIAM JONES was indicted for stealing…vermicelli , the property Walter Levy , Lewis Levy , and Moss Levy .
MOSS LEVY . I am a partner in the house of William and Lewis Levy , we are vermicelli manufacturers , and live in White’s-row, Spitalfields. On the 3d of April, about nine o’clock in the morning, I delivered a box of vermicelli to Woolf to take to Newgate-street, to be sent to Charles Taylor , at Kingston.
|NA Cat Ref||Prob 11/1984|