Rolfe

19.10.1807 write to Rolfe / 26.10.1807 Rolfe calls / 24.11.1821 Rolfe senr calls (not seen) ? 24.4.1822 Rolfe calls on Hayward (not seen) / 29.4.1822 Rolfe at Hayward's & Rosser's
 
Morn Post 29.9.1807 William Edmund Rolfe 1, Skinner-st, Snow-hill licensed to sell lottery tickets in shares (some of the prizes were houses in Skinner-st, Snow-hill). SunFire 1815 William Edmond Rolfe, builder 2 Palmers-terr Islington & Picket-st Strand (also insured houses in Skinner-st, Snow-hill). He was born 11.6.1785 and baptised at Haringey 10.7.1785 son of William & Ann. He was apprenticed to his father William, builder of East Ham, Goldsmiths company in 1799. He studied under Sir John Soane from 1801 to 1804 and exhibited architectural drawings at the RA from 1802 to 1820. He married Louisa Nicholson at Deptford, Kent 5.10.1808 and after her death in 1822 he married Eliza Hopkins at Portsea, Hants 31.8.1822. Their first child Henry Leonidas Rolfe, who became a painter of fish, was born in Paris. His father William Rolfe (probably the Rolfe senr of 1821 above) died in 1823 will PCC 2.1.1823. Later W E Rolfe became an artist, exhibiting landscapes at the RSBA in the 1850s. He was probably the William Edmund Rolfe who died at the Poplars, Fulbourn, Cambs, age 92 (Ipswich Journal 13.5.1876).
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SunFire 1800 Rolfe & Pepperlin brokers, Cumberland-st, Tottenham Court-rd
SunFire 1802 Rolfe schoolmaster 8 Grenville-st nr Brooks-mkt
SunFire 1802 William Rolfe 112 Cheapside, will PCC 22.1.1830 piano maker Cheapside
SunFire 1808 William Rolfe gent 15 Dukes-court Drury-lane
Holdens 1811 John Rolfe timber merchant Pedlars Acre Lambeth (?John Rolfe timber merchant of Paddington will PCC 6.12.1854)
Holdens 1811 William Rolfe coal merchant 38 Norfolk-st Strand (? will PCC 6.11.1811 dealer in coals of St Giles)
Holdens 1811 W C Rolfe lottery office 15 Skinner-st Strand (not Godwin's Skinner-st) - probably W E Rolfe above
Holdens 1811 (court) W Rolfe esq 31 Bedford-pl