Ideson, Luke

see Poland Street 1 to 9 & 49 to 62 in London Addresses dataset
SunFire 1790 Luke Ideson gent 49 Poland St. He doesn't appear in ratebooks as the leaseholder was the parish of St James and Ideson was the parish clerk . He may have been the Luke son of Robert Ideson bapt 1739 Burnsall Yorks. If so his father came to London soon after, as Inman son of Robert & Hannah Ideson was bapt St James 1747, Robert Ideson = Esther Braithwaite 17.10.1754 St Paul Covt Gdn, Robert Ideson buried 21.1.1756 Westminster. There was also a John & Elizabeth Ideson in St James parish as early as 1705. Luke Ideson = Margaret White 7.12.1760 St Martin in the Fields and Sarah ideson = John Ortell 1758 there. Children of Luke & Margaret Ideson bapt St James wereHenry 1761 Elizabeth 20.3.1763 Francis 15.3.1764 John William 24.6.1765 Thomas 3.8.1766 Mary 5.7.1767 and of Luke & Mary Ideson (perhaps an error for Margaret) Harriet Maria 24.7.1768. Luke Ideson was buried 17.7.1799 Westminster. His will London Consistory Court 1799 mentioned his hosiery business at 49 Poland St. His daughter Elizabeth = St James 24.4.1783 Henry Wray (QV*). His son John William Ideson (see no 7 and no 50 Poland St) = St Anne Soho 24.2.1787 Catherine Dall, their dau Charlotte Lambert Ideson bapt 17.7.1787 and buried 8.1805. She died (newspaper) at Stockwell Place, South Lambeth. Catherine Mary Ideson, probably her mother, was buried St James 1799 and John William ideson was buried there 24.5.1826 age 61. His will PCC 1826, gentleman of Wribbenhall, Worcestershire mentioned his wife Susanna and the will was written in Guernsey. Luke Ideson was a keen and active parish clerk particularly in suppressing sedition (see Nat Arch HO 42  /20/149&162  & /33/118  & /41/1  & 44/40). He petitioned Middlesex magistrates unsuccessfully in 1775 to move the Haymarket to Tottenham Court Rd. In 1796 he recommended Edward Osbourn coal merchant of Poland St (see no 34 Poland St) as a proper person to levy a rate on account of the late riots (London Lives). Luke Ideson was listed in Boyle's Court Guide in 1793 and 1794 as of 49 Poland St & Grove, Bath, John William Ideson was listed in 1800 as of 50 Poland St. John William Ideson was in the ratebooks for 7 Poland St in 1789 and in 1788 was solicitor to Lord Hood's Westminster election committee