Turmeau, John

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John Turmeau 14 Batemans Buildings ratebooks 1781-1784 / see John Turmeau DNB 1776-1846 this was his father John 1756-1812 / he was mentioned in the will PCC 1780 of his grandmother Jane Turneau of Litchfield St, Soho dated 28.3.1772. Her husband Allain Turneau was a jeweller of St Martin i t Fields 1737 when he took an apprentice, his will PCC 1762. His children were 1) Allain 1730-1787 who married Charlotte Buxton of St George Bloomsbury in 1755, his will PCC 1787 mentioned his 2nd wife Ann 2) Isaac born about 1738 apprenticed about 1752 to John Macadam watchmaker of Vine St, married Esther at St Giles i t Fields Oct 1761, he and his wife and 4 children were several times inmates of St Martin i t Fields workhouse 1768-1787 3) Mary dealer in medicines SunFire 1776 Greek St Wakefield's directory 1790 family medicine warehouse Greek St, her will London Consistory 1811 of Windmill St, Tottenham Ct Rd mentioned her niece Jane Gritten (marriage not found but probably the wife of John Gritten (QV*)  of 12 Batemans Buildings) / John Turmeau was the eldest son of Allain & Charlotte Turmeau, he married at St Mary Acton 29.7.1776 Elizabeth Sandrey, both of this parish bach & sp by banns, insured SunFire 1780 jeweller Queen St Soho, voted 1788 Townshend jeweller Batemans Buildings, voted 1796 Fox jeweller Villiers St, Strand, voted 1806 Sheridan at Carlton Place, St James, his will PCC 1812 John Turneau of St James but late of Bath