Person:John Taber (29)

m. 22 Nov 1768
  1. John Taber1768 - 1816
  2. Sarah Taber1774 -
  3. Thomas Taber1778 - 1842
  4. George Taber, Srabt 1781 - 1855
  5. Unknown Taborabt 1781 -
  6. W Tabor1786 -
m. 8 Jun 1789
  1. John Thomas Taber1795 -
Facts and Events
Name John Taber
Gender Male
Birth[1][2] 1768 London, London, England
Marriage 8 Jun 1789 London, London, EnglandSt. Leonard's Shoreditch Church
to Ann Jackson
Residence[5] 1794 London, London, England1 Coles Buildings, Long Lane
Residence[4] 1801-1816 London, London, England1 Coles Buildings, Long Lane
Death[1][6][8] 1816 London, London, EnglandSt. Sepulchre Parish, 1 Coles Buildings, Long Lane
  1. 1.0 1.1 England Deaths and Burials, 1538-1991.

    Source: Index, FamilySearch ( Taber

    John Taber Burial Record
  2. Middlesex Sessions.

    Source: Sessions Papers, Justices' Working Documents, May 1779, LL ref: LMSMPS507120063,

  3.   London, England Marriages.


    John Taber Marriage 1789
  4. 1801 England Census.

    Source: Family History Library Life No. 1912129, Census Records St. Sepulchre Without Newgate Parish, 1801, 1811, 1821

    1801 St. Sepulchre Parish Census 1811 St. Sepulchre Parish Census
  5. London, England, Land Tax Records 1692-1932.

    Source: London Land Tax Records, London, England: London Metropolitan Archives.

    1794 Land Tax Record 1795 Land Tax Record
  6. Description of Long Lane in Strype, Survey of London 1720. "Long lane may properly be so called for its length, coming out of Aldersgate street, against Barbican, and running into Smithfield. The Lane, or rather Street, is good; the Houses pretty good for Timber Buildings, and is very well inhabited by Shopkeepers who deal in Apparel, Linnen, and Upholsters Goods, both new and old; and for this Trade it is of very good Account."
  7.   In the Proof of Mary Taber's Will, a nephew, John Taber, is named. This John lived in very close proximity with other Taber clan families and is presumed to be the nephew.
  8. Farringdon Ward Without 1720