Person:Agatha Dorrien (2)

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Agatha Dorrien
b.25 Jul 1706 London, England
m. 1700
  1. Liebert Dorrienabt 1701 - 1753
  2. Agatha Dorrienabt 1703 - 1705
  3. Anna Jacoba Dorrienabt 1705 - 1705
  4. Agatha Dorrien1706 - 1782
  5. Friederic Dorrienabt 1707 - 1708
  6. unnamed Dorrien1708 - 1708
  7. Anna Dorrienabt 1709 - 1783
  8. Friderick Dorrienabt 1711 - 1715
  9. Elizabeth Dorrienabt 1712 - 1779
  10. John Dorrienabt 1714 - 1784
m. 16 Jan 1727
Facts and Events
Name[1] Agatha Dorrien
Alt Name[2][3] Dorryens
Married Name[4][5][6] Halsey
Gender Female
Birth[1] 25 Jul 1706 London, England
Christening[2][3] 26 Jul 1706 'Hamburg Lutheran Church' of the Holy Trinity in Trinity Lane, London
Marriage 16 Jan 1727 Hamburg– very likely at 'The English Church' in Hamburg, “where his family were baptised” S2 and which is now (since 1947) called the ‘Church of St. Thomas à Becket’
to Charles Halsey
Death[1][4][6] 26 Feb 1782 Jermyn Street, Westminster (London), Middlesex"DEATHS ... 26 February 1782. HALSEY. In Jermyn Street, St. James's, Mrs. Halsey ...." // "... late of the parish of St. James Westminster in the county of Middlesex Widow deceased ...."
Will[6] proved 27 Mar 1782 London, Englandwritten 29 Apr 1771; with a codicil 2 Apr 1773
Burial[1][5] after 26 Feb 1782 Church of St. John the Baptist, Great Gaddesden, Hertfordshire "Blessed are the dead which die in the Lord" / "UNDERNEATH ARE DEPOSITED THE REMAINS / OF AGATHA HALSEY / DAUGHTER OF FREDERICK DORRIEN ESQ. / OF LONDON, / WIDOW OF CHARLES HALSEY ESQ. / OF THIS PLACE, / BY WHOM SHE WAS / THE MOTHER OF FOURTEEN CHILDREN / FOUR SONS AND TEN DAUGHTERS. / ONE SON AND THREE DAUGHTERS ONLY / SURVIVED HER. / AFTER FULFILLING ALL THE DUTIES / OF A GOOD CHRISTIAN / BY PIETY TO GOD, / AFFECTION TO HER HUSBAND, / ATTENTIVE TENDERNESS TO HER CHILDREN, / AND CHARITY TO THE POOR, / SHE DEPARTED THIS LIFE ON / THE 26 DAY OF FEBRUARY / ANNO DOMINI 1782 / AGED 75, / HUMBLY RELYING ON THE MERITS AND MEDIATION / OF A MERCIFUL REDEEMER / TO PRESENT HER SOUL PURE AND SPOTLESS / BEFORE GOD’S HOLY TRIBUNAL / AT THE RESURRECTION OF THE JUST"
References
  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 1.3 FamilySearch /International Genealogical Index - British Isles (IGI/BI).

    « Agatha Dorrien - International Genealogical Index / BI - Father: Frederick Dorrien / Gender: Female Birth: 25 JUL 1706 London, London, England / Death: 26 FEB 1782 / Burial: Great Gaddesden, Hertford, England / Marriage: 16 JAN 1727 Hamburg, , Hamburg, Germany / Spouse: Charles Halsey » > Record submitted by a member of the LDS Church. / File No. 1145103 > Accessed on: familysearch.org/

  2. 2.0 2.1 Guildhall Library Index of the Registers of the Hamburg Lutheran Church, p. 8.

    « ba 26 07 1706 DORRYEN Agatha; dau. of merchant in Bush Lane » > Accessed on a photocopy of the original - obtained from the London Metropolitan Archives (LMA), 40 Northampton Road, London, EC1R 0HB / Tel: 020 7332 3820

  3. 3.0 3.1 Hamburg Lutheran Church Register General 1669-1849, MS 8356 Kirchen Buch der Kirche S.S. Trinitatis in Trinity-Lane .....

    « Anno 1706 ... 26 Jul: | Agatha Dorryens, daughter to Mr. Dorryen Marchd in Bush Lane » > Accessed on a photocopy of the original - obtained from the London Metropolitan Archives (LMA), 40 Northampton Road, London, EC1R 0HB / Tel: 020 7332 3820

  4. 4.0 4.1 HERTFORDSHIRE 1731-1800 as recorded in The Gentleman's Magazine, edited by Arthur Jones, University of Hertfordshire Press, p. 201, January 1993.

    « DEATHS /... / 26 February 1782. HALSEY. In Jermyn Street, St. James's, Mrs. Halsey, mother of Thomas Halsey, Esq., M.P. for Hertfordshire. » > Accessed on: books.google.co.uk/

  5. 5.0 5.1 RootsWeb / Photo Album > "Halsey" Church, St. John the Baptist Great Gaddesden, Hertfordshire/Photos by Jim Halsey, .

    « photo #5 -- [interior of church, angel w/scroll] / Agatha Halsey - wall monument in the "Bone Room." / Monument to Agatha Halsey / The upper text, on the scroll in the hands of the angel, reads "Blessed are the dead which die in the Lord." / UNDERNEATH ARE DEPOSITED THE REMAINS / OF AGATHA HALSEY / DAUGHTER OF FREDERICK DORRIEN ESQ. / OF LONDON, / WIDOW OF CHARLES HALSEY ESQ. / OF THIS PLACE, / BY WHOM SHE WAS / THE MOTHER OF FOURTEEN CHILDREN / FOUR SONS AND TEN DAUGHTERS. / ONE SON AND THREE DAUGHTERS ONLY / SURVIVED HER. / AFTER FULFILLING ALL THE DUTIES / OF A GOOD CHRISTIAN / BY PIETY TO GOD, / AFFECTION TO HER HUSBAND, / ATTENTIVE TENDERNESS TO HER CHILDREN, / AND CHARITY TO THE POOR, / SHE DEPARTED THIS LIFE ON / THE 26 DAY OF FEBRUARY / ANNO DOMINI 1782 / AGED 75, / HUMBLY RELYING ON THE MERITS AND MEDIATION / OF A MERCIFUL REDEEMER / TO PRESENT HER SOUL PURE AND SPOTLESS / BEFORE GOD’S HOLY TRIBUNAL / AT THE RESURRECTION OF THE JUST » > Accessed on: RootsWeb

  6. 6.0 6.1 6.2 Will of Agatha Halsey, Widow of Great Gaddesden, Hertfordshire, 27 March 1782.

    « I Agatha Halsey late of Great Gaddesdon in the county of Hertford Widow being praised be God in perfect health and Memory but mindful of my Mortal state do make and ordain this my last Will and Testament in manner and form following ... Declaring this to be my last will and Testament written with my Hand and Signed by me this twenty ninth day of April anno one thousand seven hundred and seventy one 1771 Agatha Halsey ... / As my poor dear Daughter Sophia Bingham is now dead I give what I had left to her to her four dear children to be divided amongst them share and share alike April ye. 2. 1773. Agatha Halsey » / ... / « 26th March 1782. / Appeared personally the Reverend William Bingham Vicar of Great Gaddesdon in the County of Hertford and made oath that he knew and was well acquainted with Agatha Halsey formerly of Great Gaddesdon in the County of Hertford and late of the parish of St. James Westminster in the county of Middlesex Widow deceased ... Wm Bingham ... » / « This Will was proved at London with a codicil the twenty seventh day of March in the year of our Lord one thousand seven hundred and eighty two .... » > Description: Will of Agatha Halsey, Widow of Great Gaddesden, Hertfordshire / Date: 27 March 1782 / Catalogue reference: PROB 11/1088 / Dept: Records of the Prerogative Court of Canterbury / Series: Prerogative Court of Canterbury and related Probate Jurisdictions: Will Registers / Piece: Name of Register: Gostling Quire Numbers: 96 – 145 > Downloaded from: National Archives/Documents Online