1778 - 1861
Laurie, 12th and youngest child. By 1775 was foreman at Mr Maxton's saddlery workshops in that city. In 1801 he started a saddlery business in Oxford street, London. dsp. See https://sites.google.com/site/laurieletters/family-background/sir-pete r-laurie-1 Alderman swown in 8 July 1826. President Bethlem and Bridewell 1833-61; Master Saddlers 1833-4; Governor Union Bank London 1829-61.The PRO website references some documents: " MJP/R: MIDDLESEX SESSIONS OF THE PEACE: JUSTICES OF THE PEACE -" Reference: MJP/R/118 LAURIE, Peter. Barrister; Deputy Lieutenant; Qualified as a J.P. Leasehold property in the parish of St. Pancras. Residence: 7, Park Square, Regents Park.
Reference: MJP/R/119 LAURIE, Sir Peter, Knight. Retired from business; Deputy Lieutenant; Qualified as a J. P. "Freehold in the parishes of St. Clement (Danes) and St. Giles (in the Fields) in the City of Westminster & County of Middlesex; In the Commissions of the Peace for the Cities of London & Westminster. Residence: 7 Park Square, Regents Park.
|Born: Saundersdeal Farm, Haddington, , , Scotland 3rd Mar 1778 ||Baptised: |
|Died: 7 Park Square West, Regent's Par, London, , , England 3rd Dec 1861 ||Buried: London, , , England 10th Dec 1861 |
1. St Martin in the Fields, London, , , England 1st Jan 1803
Laurie) 1783 - 1848
|3rd Mar 1778||Born Haddington, Scotland|
|1st Jan 1803||Married |
Laurie) 1783 - 1848 London, England
|1861||Head of household in 1861 census (census) London, England|
|3rd Dec 1861||Died London, England|
|10th Dec 1861||Buried London, England|