John Dawkins

1774 - 1844

Claimant or beneficiary

Biography

Son of Henry Dawkins MP (1728-1814), brother of Henry Dawkins and George Hay Dawkins Pennant (both of whom q.v.), and awarded the compensation for the York and Gale's Valley estates in Trelawney.

  1. John Dawkins, son of Henry of St George's Hanover Square arm., matriculated Christ Church 04/02/1791 aged 17, fellow All Souls 1797-1844, B.C.L. 1797, D.C.L. 1802, Bar[rister] at law Lincolns Inn 1800, died 1844.

  2. There is a memorial to John Dawkins in the church of St Andrews, Waterloo Street Hove, where he died at 5 Marine Parade in December 1844. Will of John Dawkins Fellow of All Souls College Oxford of Saint Marylebone Middlesex proved 10/01/1845. He left an annuity of £1000 p.a to Frances Maxwell of Paris and of £800 p.a. to her daughter after her death, and 200 guineas to All Souls. His residuary heirs were his eight nephews and nieces, sons and daughters of his brothers Henry and Richard and of his sister Elizabeth Serjeantson.

Sources

T71/874 Trelawney claim nos. 411 and 412 (Gale's Valley).

  1. Ancestry.com, Oxford University Alumni, 1500-1886 [database online].

  2. Talk by Lady Teviot 12/09/2010 http://www.visitstandrews.org.uk/history/monuments_lady_teviot.php [accessed 22/01/2012]; PROB 11/2010.

 


Further Information

Absentee?
British/Irish
University
Oxford (Christ Church) [1791 ]
Legal Education
Lincolns Inn [1800 ]
Occupation
Lawyer

Associated Claims (2)

£4,668 16S 5D
Awardee
£4,499 8S 3D
Awardee

Relationships (5)

Brothers
Brothers
Brothers
Son → Father
Nephew → Uncle

Addresses (1)

5 Marine Parade, Brighton, Sussex, South-east England, England