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Dr. Thomas 
Wallis
  (Wallys)
1699 - 1753


Dr. Thomas 
Wallis
  (Wallys), of Stamford. "Doctor in Physick" (1733). dsp .His sister-in-law Catherine nee Collingwood lived with him in Stamford after her husband died and before her second marriage. Was he married? IGI ELIZABETH KNOWELLS Marriage: 06 APR 1718 Saint Michael, Stamford, Lincoln, England Batch No.: Dates: Source Call No.: Type: Printout Call No.: Type: M031713 1560 - 1897 1450475 IT 2 Film NONE Venn: WALLIS, THOMAS College: MAGDALENE Entered: 1715 Born: Died: Adm. pens. (age 16) at MAGDALENE, Mar. 23, 1714-5. S. of Thomas, of Alford, Lincs., attorney-at-law, and grandson of Edward (1662). Matric. 1715; M.B. 1720; M.D. 1725. Fellow, 1721. Of Stamford, Lincs. Died Feb. 6, 1753. Will (P.C.C.) 1753. Brother of Newcomen (1714). (Lincs. Pedigrees, 1035; J. Ch. Smith.) Wellcome Library has : Banks, Sir Joseph (1743-1820) Baronet Naturalist Banks Family, of Revesby Abbey, Lincs Stacking Code MS/1049/5250/2 Reference Number MS.5250/2-13 Title Banks Family, of Revesby Abbey, Lincs Date 1733-1739 Level Group of Pieces Extent 12 pieces AdminHistory Wallis was a brother of Catherine Banks' first husband. Description Letters to Joseph Banks (1695-1741), FRS, and his wife Catherine, from Thomas Wallis (d. 1753), MD. AccessStatus Open AccessConditions The papers are available subject to the usual conditions of access to Archives and Manuscripts material, after the completion of a Reader's Undertaking. Wallis Dr Medic.Stamford, Lincolnsh. 6 Feb 1753 (G.M. 100) (Musgrave's Obits.) ------------ Prob. Lincolnshire Archives: Manuscripts of the Earl of Ancaster [8ANC5/1 - 8ANC9/52] contact Lincolnshire Archives Manuscripts Of The Earl Of Ancaster Catalogue in Full new page Creator(s): Bertie family of Grimsthorpe Castle Lincolnshire, Barons Willoughby De Eresby, Earls of Lindsey and Dukes of Ancaster and Kesteven Burrell family of Grimsthorpe Castle Lincolnshire, Barons Willoughby De Eresby, Barons Gwydir Heathcote family of Grimsthorpe Castle Lincolnshire, Barons Willoughby De Eresby, Barons Aveland of Aveland and Earls of Ancaster section THE MANUSCRIPTS OF THE EARL OF ANCASTER. FILE - --" A voluntary subscription for the security of his Majesty's person and Government and for the payment of such forces as shall be raised within the county of Lincolne began at the Castle of Lincolne, October the first, 1745." - ref. 8ANC9/43 - date: 1745, October 1 Contents l.Tyrconnel - 300 Ric. Hardwick - 50 Fr. Whichcote - 100 E. Pelham - 100 Thos. Trollope - 100 Ger. Scrope - 100 Luke Williamson - 500 For Lord Fitzwilliam - 500 Thos. Scrope - 100 John Cust - 100 Rob. Vyner - 100 Wm. Noel - 100 Hen. Bradley - 10 Fra. Fane - 30 Tho. Vivian - 40 Evd. Buckworth - 40 Savile Cust - 50 Jno. Michell - 100 Clemt. Tudway - 50 Willm. Welby - 50 Edmd. Tumor - 50 Jas. Pennyman - 50 G. Gregory Junr. - 50 J. Seaford - 05 Samuel Salter Cl. - 15 Wm. Johnston - 30 Jno. Arnold - 10 Jno. Harvey - 20 Jno. Hooton - 5 John Peck - 15 John Robinson - 15 Samuel Rolt - 5 Josh. Peart - 10 Thomas Jesson - 03 Saml. Hunter - 10 Geo. Denshire - 10 10 Tho. Brown - 20 Lawce. Monck - 10 Gilbt. Benet Clk. - 05 Edwd. Hales - 10 10 Wm. Anderson Clk. - 20 J. Maw - 20 J. Wilberfoss - 30 J. Crompton - 25 Cranwell Coats - 25 J. Marshall - 20 J. Maddison - 10 10 Henry Revell - 15 Nathl. Robinson - 10 10 J. V. Tapsford - 10 10 Benjn. Collyer - 10 Matts. Hawton - 10 Jonan. Rudsdell - 10 John Every - 10 William Oates - 4 4 George Clarke - 4 4 Joseph Brackenbury Cl. 5 5 John Baxter - 4 4 Simon Every - 5 4 0 Carr Brackenbury - 20 0 0 Weston John Smith 20 0 0 John Smith - 10 0 0 Willm. Hasledene - 2 10 0 Jno. Jenkinson - 42 0 0 John Green - 15 0 0 James Bolton - 5 5 0 J. Pahams - 2 12 6 John Coltman - 10 0 0 Shelley Pennell - 10 0 0 Jno. Disney - 80 0 0 John Harrison - 20 0 0 Sir Henry Nelthorpe subscribed in another paper 100 0 0 1. Ancaster - 500 Scarborough - 500 Monson - 500 Vere Bertie - 100 T. Whichcot - 100 Thos. Chaplin - 100 William Irby - 100 G. Storm for himself, the Freeholders, Crowle, Altherpe &c. - 150 Hen. Pennant - 50 John Healey - 50 C. Reynolds - 60 J. Tyrwhitt - 40 John Buisliere - 100 M. Boucherett - 100 Robt. Cracroft - 60 Thos. Adam - 20 Wm. Bassett - 20 Jno. Whitelamb - 5 Benjn. Bromhead - 20 Thos. Wallis - 40 Thos. Wallis M.D. - 25 Griffth. Nelthorpe - 40 J. Whichcot - 20 George B r o w n Mayor of the City of Lincoln - 100 for the city. F. Flower - 50 John Maddison - 40 John Pindar - 30 Robt. Woodhouse - 30 Thos. Becke - 30 Geo. Tolland - 5 0 0 John Hodgson - 4 4 0 William Johnson - 5 0 0 Wm. Seller - 7 4 0 Wm. Cheales - 5 0 0 Jno. Bland - 5 0 0 Ebenezer Cawdron - 6 6 0 Fitz: White 21 0 0 Adlard Sqre Stukeley 20 0 0 Anthony Taylor - 10 10 0 Edward Saul - 10 10 0 Wm. Scortreth - 5 5 0 J. Walls - 21 0 0 John Ferrand - 5 0 0 Robt. Pindar - 3 3 0 Hen. Browne - 21 0 0 John Curtois Jr. - 4 4 0 Tho. Shaw Clerk - 10 0 0 J. Linton Clerk - 10 Lang Bankes - 10 Jos. Dixon - 10 Richd. Gilbert - 15 15 James Ward - 10 J. Curtois - 4 4 0 Edwd. Beresford - 5 5 0 John Turner - 5 0 0 Geo. Stow - 5 0 0 Fra. Bernard - 20 0 0 R. Butterwood - 10 0 0 W. Holgate - 3 3 0 Wm. Kirke - 3 3 0 Charles Beridge - 15 0 0 Bas. Beridge - 20 0 0 Thos. Trollope - 20 0 0 Tho. Shaw for Edwd. Greathed 21 0 0 Benj. Walker - 10 0 0 Geo. Boulton - 5 5 0 Adrian Hardy - 5 5 0 T. Pownall - 10 0 0 Chris. Nevile - 100 0 0 Jno. Middlemore - 50 0 0 Also. Account of disbursements. 1 sheet. ---------- Lincs CC Stamford Title Deeds Title deeds relating to 18 & 19 High Street, Stamford. 1731-1942.[BRA 1902/1-38.] Lease for a year. Maurice Berkley of Apethorpe, Northants, to Thomas Wallis of Stamford, doctor, and Noah Curtis of Stamford, gent. Property: the Black Bull Inn and various properties in the parishes of St George, St Mary, St Michael and All Saints. 1737. [BRA 1741.] ------------- Classification Details Repository: Lincolnshire Archives [057] Level: File AccNo: 1972/038:00 Document Reference Number: BRA 1741/1 Record Details Lease for a year Date: 30 Dec 1737 Description: 1. Maurice Berkley junior of Apethorpe, Northamptonshire, gent, and Elizabeth his wife, to 2. Thomas Wallis of Stamford, doctor in phisic, and Noah Curtis of Stamford, gent. Moiety of a messuage in the parish of St Mary in Stamford, commonly called the Black Bull Inn, together with a piece of ground called the Bull back Gate, in the parish of St Michael, with the buildings belonging to the same, now in the occupation of Thomas Darlow, formerly the estate of Mrs Elizabeth Meers, widow, mother of Thomas Dawkins, deceased; also a messuage on Peter Hill in the parish of All Saints, Stamford, now in the occupation of Mrs Elizabeth Le Pla, widow; also a messuage in the parish of St George, Stamford, in the occupation of Edward Pilkington; also a messuage in the same parish, in the occupation of John Ratcliff; also a close of pasture in the parish of Lobthorpe (14a.) in the occupation of Richard Taylor; also 23a. of pasture, fen or meadow ground in Bourne, late in the occupation of Richard Mason; also a messuage, cottage or tenement with the barns, stables etc, and 23a. arable land, hemp ground, meadow and pasture, in Pinchbeck, formerly in the tenure of John Chamberlain; also a messuage, cottage or tenement with the barns, stables etc, and 29a. arable land, hemp ground, meadow and pasture in Pinchbeck formerly in the occupation of John Worley; also 6a. meadow ground and 9a. arable land in Baston, in the occupation of Barber; also certain properties formerly the estate of Elizabeth Green, in the parishes of Leverton and Leake, formerly in the occupation of John Hudson, and also her former property in Lobthorpe, Bourne, Pinchbeck, Baston, Leverton and Leake, together with all their appurtenances. Consideration: 5s. -------------------- Thomas Wallis Dr. of Physic of Stamford to Burrell Massingberd 1MM/2/11/35b 30 July 1743 These documents are held at Lincolnshire Archives Contents: Exchange of land, Ulceby and Driby. Thomas Wallis, M.D. of Cambridge to B. Massingberd 1MM/2/11/32 1727 ---------------

Born: 1699Baptised: Alford, Lincs., England 21st May 1699
Died: Stamford, Lincs., , England 6th Feb 1753 Buried:
Family:
Wallis
  formerly of Nun Ormsby

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1.
Dr. Thomas 
Wallis
  (Wallys)
1699 - 1753
2.
Thomas 
Wallis
  (Wallys)
(
Newcomen
) c. 1666 - 1718
4.
Edward 
Wallis
(
?
) 1645 - 1704
5.
Elisabeth 
?
(
Wallis
) + post 1704
3.
Frances 
Newcomen
(
Wallis
) 1658 - post 1723
6.
Nicholas 
Newcomen
(
Ayscough
) 1621 - post 1679
7.
Mildred 
Ayscough
(
Newcomen
) 1620 - 1661

Siblings


1.
Newcomen 
Wallis
  (Wallys)
(
Collingwood
) c. 1697 - 1730

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21st May 1699Baptised Alford, Lincs., England
1699Born
12th Jun 1714Became an heir of
Thomas 
Wallis
  (Wallys)
(
Newcomen
) c. 1666 - 1718 (will)
1722Became an heir of
Edward 
Wallis
  (Walliss)
(
?
) post 1666 - 1722 (will)
16th Dec 1723Became an heir of
Newcomen 
Wallis
  (Wallys)
(
Collingwood
) c. 1697 - 1730 (will)
1727Executor of the will of
Dorothea 
Wallis
ante 1695 - post 1726 (will)
21st Jan 1753Made a will (will)
6th Feb 1753Died Stamford, Lincs., England
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