Will Extract
Reference NA473
Family Name SAMUEL
Forenames Moses
Probate Date 1839 (23 Nov)
Address Formerly Bath, then Grove House, Canonbury, then 17 Keppel-street, Russell-Square
Siblings Esquire
Children Sons: Samuel Moses Samuel of Park Crescent; Louis Moses Samuel of Hanover Terrace, Regents Park, wife is Amelia; Philip Moses Samuel of Bedford Place; Phineas Moses Samuel (deceased); James Samuel Daughters: Rebecca the wife of Alfred Phillips; Esther the wife of Simon David Samuel; Frances the wife of Michael Phillips; Hannah the wife of Solomon Cohen, Grove house, Canonbury.
Grandchildren Phillipa and Caroline daughters of Philip. Caroline is married to Frederick David Goldsmid. Children of Phineas are George Phineas Samuel; John Phineas Samuel and Sarah the wife of Isaac Cohen (they have three daughters). The children of Rececca and Alfred Phillips are Charles, Adolphus, Margaret and Clara. The children of Esther and Simon David Samuel are Anthony, Horatio and Elizabeth. The children of Hannah and Solomon Cohen are Abraham, Hannah, Harriet the wife of John Wagg of York Street and Emily Joseph the wife of ****Joseph now in America (their children Marion and John Louis Joseph). Grandaughter Henrietta is the wife of Solomon Worms. Their children are George, Anthony Mayer and xxx Worms; Cecelia Salomons wife of Philip Joseph Salomons (with two children); Rebecca Phineas Samuel of Norfolk Street, Park Lane; Rachael Louis Samuel and Joshua Louis Samuel
Other Relatives The son-in-law of Hannah is David Salomons (High County Sherrif of Kent).
Bequests The late Sally Spyer wife of the late Solomon Spyer of Canonbury; Fanny Freidburg, widow; Frances Samuel of Brighton; Miss Maury Samuel; Miss Hannah Samuel; David Samuel of Brighton; Mrs Samuel the widow of Philip Samuel late of Leman Street; Moses Phillips of Rosemary Lane; Simon Sampson of Gloucester Place; Joseph Levy of Ebenezer Square;Servant, John Hodges
Executors, Administrators Samuel, Louis and Philip Samuel and Solomon Cohen
Witnesses Richard Dawes solicitor of Angel Court, Throgmorton Street and Samuel Overton his clerk
Notes Numerous bequests to religious institutions and to the poor
NA Cat Ref Prob 11/1919