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Mary Glascott

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1770 Born in Tower Hamlets, London, daughter of Thomas and Frances Sears.

1800 Married Thomas Glascott in Bishopsgate, London[1]

1812 After the death of her husband, Thomas, a brass founder of Whitechapel, Mary received several benefits from his will as well as the profits of the business, some of which was held until his eldest son, George Minshaw Glascott, attained his majority[2]

1849 or 1851 Mary Glascott died in Camberwell or in Strand, respectively[3]

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Sources of Information

  1. BMD
  2. Probate of Thomas's will
  3. BMD