|Probate Date||1819 (22 Jan)|
|Address||Formerly, Portsea then, Brixton Causeway, Surrey.|
|Spouse||Mary Eliza, previously Mary Eliza Sansdoron? Widow|
|Children||Harriott (minor), Maria the wife of Isaac Myers|
|Other Relatives||Son-in-law, Isaac Myers|
|Bequests||William Roadking of Sergeants Inn, Fleet Street, London.|
|Executors, Administrators||Mary Eliza Jacob, William Roadking|
|Witnesses||Alexander Jones, Staymaker of Remington Road, John Powell of White House, Brixton, H. Richard Dix of Sergeants Inn.|
|Notes||He is probably BSGSBUR 402/3038, b. Zanvil BACHRICH.
He is mentioned in the article by Geoffrey Green, Anglo-Jewish trading connections with officers and seamen of the Royal Navy, 1740-1820.
“Jacob 6 Ordnance Row, Portsea Prior to 1795-Feb 1812 Slopseller and coach booking office. Prior to 1795 lived in Bath Square, Point. Guilty of fraud in 1802. Resigned as a Navy Agent in February 1812.
His wife “Mary Elizabeth Jacob 5 Ordnance Row, Portsea Dec 1824-Sept 1828 Widow and executrix. Brothers Samuel Jacob Union Street, Portsea Dec 1815-July 1819
Daniel Jacob 15 Bath Square, Point, Portsmouth Dec 1809-March 1814 Slopseller Licence revoked march 1814 for having practised a fraud upon a seaman.”
Brother Samuel is possibly GSM 047/3.
|NA Cat Ref||Prob 11/1612|