Jewish Will Extracts 18th – 19th Century

Will Extract
 
Reference NA708
Family Name LEVY
Forenames Lewis
Probate Date 1843 (18 Aug)
Address Whites Row, Spitalfields and Dalston, Middlesex
Occupation Vermicelli, Oil and Pickle Merchant
Spouse Lydia
Parents
Siblings
Children Children mentioned but not named
Grandchildren
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,
E Pigot
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.
BENJAMIN WOOLF . I am servant to the prosecutors. Check PROB 11/1770 Will of Moss Levy, Vermicilli Maccaroni and Black Lead Pencil Manufacturer of Spitalfields , Middlesex

NA Cat Ref Prob 11/1984

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