Jewish Will Extracts 18th – 19th Century

Will Extract
Reference NA902
Family Name ABRAHAMS
Forenames Solomon
Probate Date 1832 (2 June)
Address Formerly, Blackburn, Oxford, then, Great Alie Street, Goodmans Fields
Occupation Silversmith
Siblings Hannah Solomons; Moses Abrahams, Broker of Red Cross Street, Southwark;
Other Relatives Solomon Solomons grandson of Hannah Solomons. Nephew Samuel Solomons the older. Niece Eleanor the wife of Moses Abrahams of Brighthelmstone. Nephew, Abraham Solomons of Middlesex Street. Niece, Judith nee Woolf wife of **** Hyams, Dealer of Bishopsgate. First cousin, Moses Cohen, Broker of Southwark.
Bequests Napthali Hart, Goldsmith of South Street, Finsbury Square, his wife Mary and son John; Joel Emanuel of Bevis Marks; Marcus Joseph of Haydon Square. Hannah the wife of Abraham Benjamin, Broker of the Minories. Louisa Lyon the wife of James Walter Lyon, Merchant of B**** Street, Fleet Street (Louisa is daughter of Napthali Hart) and Harriett and Hannah (see codicil – should be Henrietta?) daughters of Napthali Hart. Mary (codicil says should be Eliza) the wife of Samuel Tobias, Merchant of New York. Mrs Leman? wife of Mr. Leman, Merchant of White Lion Street, Spitalfields. Mrs Lazarus the wife of Lazarus Lazarus, Merchant of Houndsditch. Mrs Solomon the wife of Aaron Solomon, Tallow Chandler of Dukes Place. Mrs Lazarus the wife of Mr. Lazarus, Merchant of Carmarthen. Hannah Marks his (the testators) cook.
Executors, Administrators Napthali Hart, Goldsmith of South Street, Finsbury Square; Joel Emanuel of Bevis Marks; Marcus Joseph of Haydon Square.
Witnesses Samuel Phillips Taylor of 23 Little Alie Street and John Eyre Coote of 20 Austin Friars
Notes Bequest to the Synagogue of Mulhausen in Germany. Has property rented to Peter Upjohn, watchmaker and B** Mocatto, case manufacturer. For Julia Woolf see NA678 and GSM 258/16
NA Cat Ref Prob 11/1800