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John Perry (1743-1810), whose family had managed the [[Blackwall Shipyard]] on the Thames since 1708.  
 
John Perry (1743-1810), whose family had managed the [[Blackwall Shipyard]] on the Thames since 1708.  
  
1743 Born at Stepney the son of John Perry (1713-1771) and his wife Ann Watlington (1716- )
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1743 April 6th Born at Stepney the son of John Perry (1713-1771) and his wife Ann Watlington (1716- )
  
1796 His second daughter Sarah married [[George Green (1767-1849)| George Green]]
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1765 March 19th. Married (1st) Elizabeth Brown and they had four sons and five daughters
  
1799 His younger daughter Mary married George Green as his second wife (??)
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1796 His second daughter Sarah (1778-1805) married [[George Green (1767-1849)| George Green]]
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1799 May 31st. Married (2nd) Mary Green and they had three sons and three daughters
  
 
1810. November 8th. Died in his 67th year at Battersea. John Perry Esq of Moor Hall, Essex <ref>The Morning Post, Friday, November 09, 1810</ref>
 
1810. November 8th. Died in his 67th year at Battersea. John Perry Esq of Moor Hall, Essex <ref>The Morning Post, Friday, November 09, 1810</ref>

Latest revision as of 16:20, 3 August 2014

John Perry (1743-1810), whose family had managed the Blackwall Shipyard on the Thames since 1708.

1743 April 6th Born at Stepney the son of John Perry (1713-1771) and his wife Ann Watlington (1716- )

1765 March 19th. Married (1st) Elizabeth Brown and they had four sons and five daughters

1796 His second daughter Sarah (1778-1805) married George Green

1799 May 31st. Married (2nd) Mary Green and they had three sons and three daughters

1810. November 8th. Died in his 67th year at Battersea. John Perry Esq of Moor Hall, Essex [1]


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  1. The Morning Post, Friday, November 09, 1810