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Edward 
Wallis
1709 - 1782


Edward 
Wallis
, formerly of Lincs., of York, Sheriff (1758), Alderman (1770), & Lord Mayor (1771) of York, physician (1773 admitted to Roy. College of Physicians), apothecary, author, etc., friend of Lawrence Stern and Dr Burton (basis for "Doctor Slop" in "Tristram Shandy"). Dr Burton beueathed his instrument case to Edward. The roll of the Royal College of Physicians of London / Munk, W.. - London. - 1861 (2 vols) Probably.. "Wallis, Edward (Male) Address(es): York Date: 1748 Occupation(s): apothecary, medicine(m) Subscribed to A System of Natural Philosophy, being a course of lectures in mechanics, optics, hydrostatics, and astronomy (Vol. 1), 1748, RUTHERFORTH, Thomas. Cambridge, London Subject: science/technology" AND " Wallis, Edward (Male) Address(es): Peter gate, York Date: 1781 Education: M.D. Listed in Bailey's Northern Directory ... for... 1781. Containing ... Every Principal Town from the River Trent to Berwick-upon-Tweed; with London & Westminster, Edinburgh & Glasgow, 1781. Warrington Printed by William Ashton " 1767 'Tentamen Sophisticon,' published in London in 1767 by 'Edward Wallis, Chemist, of York.' It is described as 'a chemical essay, designed to show the possibility of applying the powers of Chemistry to an examination of several productions liable to be sophisticated or disguised etc.' (Catalogue of the British Library) 1770 August 29, 1770, Edward Wallis chosen an alderman of York Scaife's full entry: Edward Wallis, apothecary. Ch(amberlain) 1744. Sh(eriff) 1758-9, el(ected) ald(erman) 29 Aug. 1770 re(placing) John Mayer dec.; L.(ord) M.(ayor) 1771. Died 13 October 1782, aged 74. Bur(ied) at St., Michael's-le-Belfrey. Will dated 31 Oct 1779 (probate 26 October 1782). admin.g. to his son Thomas W. (Reg.(ister) Test.(amentarium?) CXXVI page 359) Son of Edward Wallis of Spilsby, Lincs, free by order 19 March 1740-1, and paid 25 pounds; ent.(ered) the Merchant's Co. in 1743;adm. an extra-licentiate of the College of Physicians, 14 July 1773, mar(ried) 1st Anna Maria, dau(ghter) of .... She was buried at St. Michael's 29 Nov. 1756. 2ndly (by lic.(ense)) at that church 24 Dec 1759, Christiana, widow of Ald(erman) William Coates, of par(ish) St. Mary Bishopshill Senior. She died at in June 1781. His will cites him as of the City of York, Doctor of Physic. Wellcome Library has: Level Item Stacking Code MS/2764 Reference Number MS.2764 Title Hammond, Jupiter Description Nuptial dialogues (in verse). Contains 'A dialogue between an overfond husband, very desirous of children, and his cunning wife, who pretends often to miscarry, yet is never with child', and 'A dialogue between the surly drunkard and the inflexible termagant'. Extent 1 volume Date 1729 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. CustodHist On the back cover in calligraphic script 'Wallis Med. 1763'. (?Edward Wallis, M.D. [1709-1782].) On the front cover 'Henry Dixon 1810 March 10' [1787-1876]. From the Pettigrew Collection. AccessStatus Open Acquisition Purchased 1905. AccNo 25675 [Comment: 1763 is too early to be a medical Edward. George, the Lord Mayor's son might have been the author and/or owner]" Edward Wallis (the future Lord Mayor) was to take on two more apprentices his own second son, George Wallis, for a term of eight years in 1755 and a Richard Jacque on September 1, 1767 for a term of five years and a fee of 63 pounds, but by 1767, his business already had another name, Messrs. Wallis, apothecaries etc. of York. This indicates that he was running the shop together with his son George, whose apprenticeship had ended in 1763.(Dicky Wallis) York Minster Archives Dean and Chapter of York: Lease, etc Registers Catalogue Ref. W Creator(s): Dean and Chapter of York Registers of documents passing the Common seal of the Dean & Chapter item: Indenture - ref. W/l/p 631 - date: 14 Apr 1814 \_ [from Scope and Content] Between (1) the Dean and Chapter (2) Edward Wallis, surgeon and apothecary of the city of York, of lease for 40 years of tenement in Lop Lane otherwise Little Blake Street in the city of York. Res. rent 13s. Last renewal 14 February 1800. \_ [from Scope and Content] Between (1) D & G (2) Edward Wallis, surgeon and apothecary of the City of York, of lease for 5 years of a tenement in High Petergate on the corner of Loplane (Little Blake Street). Res. rent £48. Last renewal not stated. item: Indenture - ref. W/m/p 367 - date: 27 Jan 1825 \_ [from Scope and Content] Between (1) the Revd James Webber, Prebendary of Strensall, (or Strenshall) (2) Edward Wallis, Surgeon, of the city of York, and Jonathan Gray, gent of the city of York, of lease for three lives of the prebend of Strensall. Res. rent £107.14s.8d. Last renewal 31 August 1815. item: Indenture - ref. W/m/p 405/b - date: 29 Aug 1825 \_ [from Scope and Content] Between (1) the Revd James Webber, prebendary of Strensall (or Strenshall) (2) Edward Wallis, surgeon, of the city of York, and Jonathan Gray, gent of the city of York, of lease for three lives of part of the prebend of Strensall. Res. rent £8.2s.8d. item: Indenture - ref. W/m/p 410 - date: 29 Aug 1825 \_ [from Scope and Content] Between (1) the Revd James Webber, prebendary of Strensall (or Strenshall) (2) Edward Wallis, surgeon of the city of York and Jonathan Gray, gent of the city of York, of lease for three lives of part of the prebend of Strensall. Res. rent £10.12s.4d. \_ [from Scope and Content] Between (1) the Revd James Webber, prebendary of Strensall (or Strenshall) (2) Edward Wallis, surgeon of the city of York and Jonathan Gray, gent of the city of York, of lease for three lives of part of the prebend of Strensall. Res. rent £8. item: Indenture - ref. W/m/p 423 - date: 29 Sep 1825 \_ [from Scope and Content] Between (1) the Dean and Chapter (2) Edward Wallis, surgeon and apothecary of the city of York, of lease for 7 years of tenement in Petergate in the city of York. Res. rent £52.10s. item: Indenture - ref. W/m/p 473 - date: 5 Sep 1826 \_ [from Scope and Content] Between (1) the Revd James Webber, prebendary of Strensall (or Strenshall) (2) Edward Wallis, surgeon, of the city of York, and Jonathan Gray, gent of the city of York, of lease for three lives of the principal part of the prebend of Strensall. Res. rent £77.2s.8d. Last renewal 29 August 1825. item: Indenture - ref. W/m/p 479 - date: 5 Sep 1826 \_ [from Scope and Content] Between (1) the Revd James Webber, prebendary of Strensall (or Strenshall) (2) Edward Wallis, surgeon of the city of York, and Jonathan Gray, gent of the city of York, of lease for three lives of part of the prebend of Strensall. Res. rent £12. Last renewal 29 August 1825. East Riding of Yorkshire Archives and Records Service EAST RIDING QUARTER SESSIONS RECORDS Catalogue Ref. Q Accounts and Vouchers APRIL - OCTOBER 1785 FILE - A.V. John Simpson, John Waite, Charles Thomas, Ann Pearson, John Stamford, Edward Wallis and Edward Ward: - prosecuting felons. - ref. QST/86/17 - date: 9 July 1785 ----------------- See also: http://www.myfamilies.co.uk/thewallis/pafn02.htm#2706

Born: York, Yorks., England 1709 Baptised:
Died: York, Yorks., England 13th Oct 1782 Buried: York, Yorks., England Oct 1782
Family:
Wallis
  formerly of Nun Ormsby

Titles:

Ancestors
[ Patrilineage | Matrilineage | Earliest Ancestors | Force | Force2 | Options ]

1.
Edward 
Wallis
(
?
,
Tennant
) 1709 - 1782
2.
Edward 
Wallis
  (Walliss)
(
?
) post 1666 - 1722
4.
Edward 
Wallis
(
?
) 1645 - 1704
5.
Elisabeth 
?
(
Wallis
) + post 1704
3.
Ann 
?
(
Wallis
) + post 1709
 
 

Siblings


1.
Edward 
Wallis
1696 - 1704
2.
Thomas 
Wallis
  (Walliss)
* 1698
3.
George 
Wallis
  (Wallis)
1699 - post 1740
4.
Ann 
Wallis
c. 1702 - post 1722
5.
Thomas 
Wallis
* 1703
6.
Arabella 
Wallis
(
Herring
) 1705 - post 1767
7.
Elisabeth 
Wallis
1708 - post 1727
8.
Maria 
Wallis
* 1712
9.
F/? 
Wallis
* 1715

Spouses



1. ante 1738
2. St. Michael Le Belfrey, York, Yorks., England 24th Dec 1759
Christiana 
Tennant
(
Coates
,
Wallis
) c. 1719 - 1781

Descendants
[ Options ]

a.
1.
Thomas 
Wallis
(
Perritt
) ante 1738 - 1802
2.
Dr George 
Wallis
(
Perritt
) 1738 - 1802
2a.
Ann 
Perritt
  (Perrit)
(
Wallis
) 1742 - 1819
2.1.
Edward 
Wallis
* 1763
2.2.
Anna Maria 
Wallis
* 1765
2.3.
Maria Barbara 
Wallis
* 1767
2.4.
Anna Isabella 
Wallis
(
Hearon
) 1767 - 1851 ...
2.5.
George 
Wallis
1767 - post 1819
3.
Robert 
Wallis
(
Reynaldson
) post 1740 - 1776
3a.
Mary 
Reynaldson
  (Reynoldson)
(
Wallis
) c. 1745 - post 1777
3.1.
U/? 
Wallis
3.2.
Anna Maria (Maria/Mary) 
Wallis
1773 - 1777
3.3.
Robert 
Wallis
1775 - 1777
3.4.
Margaret Clare (Clara) 
Wallis
(
Bourke
) 1776 - post 1824
4.
John 
Wallis
(
Prickett
) 1742 - 1826
4a.
Ann 
Prickett
(
Wallis
) 1735 - post 1789
4.1.
Edward S. 
Wallis
(
Dale
) 1773 - 1844 ...
4.2.
Marmaduke 
Wallis
* 1774
4.3.
Mary Anne 
Wallis
(
Lambert
) 1775 - post 1841 ...
4.4.
Elizabeth 
Wallis
1777 - 1857
4.5.
Henry 
Wallis
* 1779
Sources

Timeline


1709Born York, Yorks., England
1722Became an heir of
Edward 
Wallis
  (Walliss)
(
?
) post 1666 - 1722 (will)
ante 1738Married
24th Dec 1759Married
Christiana 
Tennant
(
Coates
,
Wallis
) c. 1719 - 1781
York, Yorks., England
28th Jan 1762MARR/ROLE WITN York, Yorks., England
1771
Edward 
Wallis
(
?
,
Tennant
) 1709 - 1782 inherited the title
Lord Mayor
  (York)
c. 1772Became an heir of
Isabella 
Flood
+ 1772 (will)
31st Oct 1779Made a will (will)
13th Oct 1782Died York, Yorks., England
Oct 1782Buried York, Yorks., England
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