Foulkes, David

David F 3.12.1794 at Foulkes'.
The F must surely stand for Foulkes and this was presumably a relation. A David Foulkes son of Edward, clerk of St Asaph was admitted to Oxford 1764 age 19 and another David Foulkes son of Rees of Denbigh was admiited to Cambridge in 1764. Rees Foulkes was an attorney of Denbigh in 1737 and 1748 and took apprentice Edward son of Edward Foulkes in 1743, and may have been the Rees Foulkes Esq of Gwernygron, Flintshire who died at Chester in May 1767, his unmarried daughter Rachel dying in 1827. A David Foulkes clerk of Plascock, St Asaph died in 1800 (Nat Arch IR26/402). Plascock was next to Gwernygron as appears in the newspaper adverts for the sale of both estates in 1812 pursuant to decrees in Chancery in the case Owens v Foulkes which began 1799 (Nat Arch C12/260/41, C124/776/1 & many C13). Lots more research required to untangle this one, including wills at Chester and at National Library of Wales.
 

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1772 David F son of Edward F curate of Denbigh 1800 IR26/402 David F clerk St Asaph Flintshire 1789 David F licensed victualler of Caernarvon, 1799 in goal for debt