Person:Elizabeth Dorrien (1)

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Elizabeth Dorrien
b.abt. 1712 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
Facts and Events
Name Elizabeth Dorrien
Baptismal Name Elizabeth
Married Name Magens
Gender Female
Birth[1][2] abt. 1712 London, England
Christening[1][2] 19 Nov 1712
Death[3] 30 Aug 1779 probably Brightlingsea, Essex"aged 66"
Burial[3] All Saints Church, Brightlingsea, Essex "... Sacred also to the memory of Mrs Elizabeth Magens / Widow of Nicholas Magens esq / Who died 30th August 1779 Aged 66 / Her benevolent Disposition and extensive / Charity endeared Her to all around her and / Rendered her loss universally lamented"
References
  1. 1.0 1.1 Guildhall Library Index of the Registers of the Hamburg Lutheran Church.

    « ba 19 11 1712 DORRYEN Elizabeth; dau. of merchant in Swedhins 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

  2. 2.0 2.1 Hamburg Lutheran Church Register General 1669-1849, MS 8356 Kirchen Buch der Kirche S.S. Trinitatis in Trinity-Lane .....

    « Anno1712 ... 19 Nov. | Elizabeth Dorryens, daughter to Mr. Fr. Dorryen Marchd in Sweathin’s [St. Swithin’s] 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 All Saints Brightlingsea Monumental Inscriptions.

    « ... AS25 North wall of Chancel > Monument to Nicholas Magens in rococo style, huge cornucopia, anchor and chain, central globe showing California ships, angel and cherub. > "... Sacred also to the memory of Mrs Elizabeth Magens // Widow of Nicholas Magens esq / Who died 30th August 1779 Aged 66 // Her benevolent Disposition and extensive // Charity endeared Her to all around her and // Rendered her loss universally lamented" S26 On floor of Chancel between choir stalls > "... Also are interred the Remains of / Mrs Elizabeth Magens // Widow of Nicholas Magens esqr // And Lady of the Manors of Brightlingsea and Moverons // Who departed this Life the 30th of August // 1779 in the 67th year of her age // Her general good disposition / And extensive charity to the Poor // Makes her loss universally lamented" » > Accessed on: a web site now no longer accessible There are images of the marble monument by Nicolas Read online at: flickr.com [1 colour photograph by Tudor Barlow and 8 black & white photographs by Mark Walton]