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Thomas 
Wallis
ante 1738 - 1802


Thomas 
Wallis
, eldest son. apothecary Alderman. Given admin. of his father's estate in 1782. He gained the Freedom of the City of York in 1774 - chemist. Scaife: Wallis, Thomas. Druggist. Ch(amberlain). 1778 of Coliergate in 1784, died at Helsington, 1 Feb 1802. Will pro(bate) 7 June 1802. Admin. g. to his widow Dorothy W. -- Eldest son of the above Edward --- free as a "chemist" in 1774, mar(ried) at All Saints 16 Dec 1765 Dorothy Perritt, younger sister probably of Ann, his brother's wife. d.s.p. He left everything to his wife and after her death to children of his brothers. York University, Borthwick Institute of Historical Research YARBURGH MUNIMENTS Catalogue Ref. YM Creator(s): Yarburgh family of Heslington Hall, East Riding of Yorkshire [Access Conditions] Open Deeds Deeds relating to title deeds relating to various minor properties in Fulford Property bought by George John Yarburgh from the devisees of Thomas Wilson in 1863 FILE - Articles of agreement for sale - ref. YM/D/FULF/X/7 - date: 28 July 1791 \_ [from Scope and Content] A freehold messuage and 3 stables outside Walmgate Bar, in the parish of St Lawrence in the suburbs of York; a close called the Croft, with all the trees growing there, situated next to the churchyard of St Lawrence; all which said premises were formerly in the tenure of John Dickinson, and are now in the occupation of William Keader and Thomas Moody; a close outside Walmgate Bar, in Fulford, containing 2 acres, now in the tenure of Mr Thomas Wallis; 2 closes, containing 12 acres in Fulford, and now in the tenure of Thomas Nicholson or his assigns, which 2 closes are subject to a free rent of 8s. per annum. FILE - Lease and release - ref. YM/D/FULF/X/9 - date: 4-5 April 1792 \_ [from Scope and Content] A freehold messuage with 3 stables, outside Walmgate Bar, in the parish of St Lawrence in the suburbs of York; a close known as the Croft, with all the trees growing there, situated next to the churchyard of St Lawrence; all which premises were formerly in the tenure of John Dickinson, and are now in the occupation of William Keader and Thomas Moody; a close called Pybus Close, or Lawrence Close, through which a footpath to Heslington lies, in Gate Fulford, formerly in the occupation of Francis Boss, afterwards of Mr Henry Waite, and now in the tenure of Mr Thomas Wallis; 2 closes of arable, meadow or pasture in Fulford containing 12 acres, formerly in the tenure of John Edle, but now in the tenure of Thomas Nicholson or his assigns, which 2 closes are held free from tithes.

Born: ante 1738Baptised:
Died: Heslington, Yorks., , England 1st Feb 1802 Buried:
Family:
Wallis
  formerly of Nun Ormsby

Ancestors
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1.
Thomas 
Wallis
(
Perritt
) ante 1738 - 1802
2.
Edward 
Wallis
(
?
,
Tennant
) 1709 - 1782
4.
Edward 
Wallis
  (Walliss)
(
?
) post 1666 - 1722
5.
Ann 
?
(
Wallis
) + post 1709
3.  
 

Siblings


1.
Dr George 
Wallis
(
Perritt
) 1738 - 1802
2.
Robert 
Wallis
(
Reynaldson
) post 1740 - 1776
3.
John 
Wallis
(
Prickett
) 1742 - 1826

Spouses



1. All Sts Pavemt + St Peter the Li, York, Yorks., England 13th Dec 1765
Dorothy 
Perritt
  (Perrit)
(
Wallis
) 1744 - post 1802

Descendants
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Timeline


ante 1738Born
13th Dec 1765Married
Dorothy 
Perritt
  (Perrit)
(
Wallis
) 1744 - post 1802 York, Yorks., England
31st Oct 1779Executor of the will of
Edward 
Wallis
(
?
,
Tennant
) 1709 - 1782 (will)
7th Jan 1802Made a will (will)
1st Feb 1802Died Heslington, Yorks., England
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