Person:Saville Hyde (1)

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Name[1] Saville John Hyde
Gender Male
Marriage 21 DEC 1790 St Alphege Parish, Greenwich, London, Englandto Susannah Abigail Butler

SAVILLE JOHN HYDE spent his life in Quorndon, Leicestershire. He and his wife Susannah raised their family there. Saville was a patron of the book The History and Antiquities of the County of Leicester. His son Humphrey listed his occupation as “Gentleman” in one census. The Hyde family must have had some money. To a degree, "gentleman" signified a man with an income derived from property, a legacy or some other source, and was thus independently wealthy and did not need to work. The term was particularly used of those who could not claim nobility.

References
  1. Michael Barton. Michael Barton Research Report, Secondary quality.
  2.   London Metropolitan Archives, Saint Alfege, Greenwich, Register of marriages: P78/ALF, Item 033. (Ancestry.com), Primary quality.

    Saville John Hyde of Quorndon of the county of Leicester a Batchelor & Susannah Abigail Butler of this Parish (St Alphege, Greenwich) a Spinster & minor were married this church with the consent of James Butler the natural and lawful father of the said minor this 21st day of Dec, 1790 by me

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