Trecothick, James

SOCIETY FOR CONSTITUTIONAL INFORMATION: James Trecothick of Bucklersbury original member 1780. Vice-president 1780, 1782
Born James Ivers 7.7.1754 Boston, Massachusetts son of James Ivers and Hannah married at Boston 28.3.1753. His uncle Barlow Trecothick, New England merchant and alderman of London (historyofparliamentonline 1754-1790) will PCC 8.6.1775 dated 25.1.1774 mentioned sister Hannah wife of James Ivers. Ivers junior took surname Trecothick, inherited Addington Place, Surrey, and married at St Martin i t Fields 30.2.1777 Susanna Margaret dau of Sir Archibald Edmonstone, bart. A plantation in Jamaica featured in his marriage settlement. St Jas Chron 6.1.1780 Surrey associator. 1787 JP for Surrey. St Jas Chron 19.11.1795 calling for Surrey freeholders' meeting against Sedition bills and for peace. Whig Club 8.11.1796. Whitehall Evening Post 22.12.1796 robbery at Addington Place. London Gazette 24.6.1797 Colonel of Western region of Surrey provisional cavalry. 1797 subscr to Owen's Sermons. Buried Addington Surrey 2.9.1843 age 89 from Broadstairs. His will PCC 6.5.1844 late of Cheltenham but now of Broadstairs dated 2.11.1842 mentioned daus Susanna, Louisa, Ann & Charlotte, sons Barlow & James