Jewish Will Extracts 18th – 19th Century

Will Extract
Reference NA090
Family Name DAVIS
Forenames Jacob
Probate Date 1851 (16 May)
Address Bull Head Court, Newgate Street and 8 Artillery Place, Finsbury
Occupation Furrier
Siblings Michael Davis
Children Elizabeth, Selina, Clara, Hannah, Phoebe, Morris, Henry, David, Leon, Albert John, Jonas, Joseph and Edward.
Other Relatives Son in Law John Davis (husband of Selina), sister in law Kate Pike, brothers in law Samuel and John Pike of Great Prescott Street.
Bequests James Graham Lewis, Solicitor
Executors, Administrators Elizabeth Davis, Frederick Ernst Blatspiel, Furrier of Warrick Court, John Pike and Alexander Alexander, jeweller of Hatton Gardens and Albert John Davis
Witnesses J.G. Lewis and G.M. Lewis.H. Lewis Sols. of Ely Place, Ellen Chesfield of 53 Euston Square. David Alex? Loch, bookeeper of 8 Artillery Place, J. Davis of Artillery Place and Edward Driscoll of 11 Bennett Court. Appeared George Coleman Hamilton Lewis Bulls Head Court, Newgate Street and 8 Artillery Place
Notes 1817 – Gazette 17247, Bull’s Head Court, Partnership dissolved with Emanuel Morris. 1841 – Gazette 19971. Bulls Head Court, Partnership dissolved with son Albert John Davis, 1842 Reference Number: t18420919-2695 JANE ARNOTT was indicted with intent to defraud Jacob Davis. JACOB DAVIS . I am a fur merchant, and live in Artillery-place, Finsbury. The prisoner was my cook—I deal with Thomas Cadd for candles and soap.
NA Cat Ref Prob 11/2132