Profile & Legacies Summary
1770 - ????
Claimant or beneficiary
Essex farmer, awarded one share in the compensation for the Woodstock estate in St Anns, distributed to three dozen claimants identified as nephews and nieces (or children of the same) of William White, including his sister Susannah Pittman (q.v.) and James Whitehead Pittman (q.v.), conceivably her son.
- In 1851, Thomas Tyser widower aged 81 Retired Farmer born Barking and two of Thomas' daughters were living at St Margaret's Barking with Susannah Pittman widow 'sister' aged 78 [or 75] Retired Farmer also born Barking. The death of a Thomas Tyser was registered Q4 1870 aged 89 [sic] at Romford Essex, but these are probably not the same man, given the discrepancy in birth-dates.
- 1851 census; Ancestry.com, England & Wales, Free BMD Death Index: 1837-1915 [database online].
Married but no further details
Associated Claims (1)
Barking, Essex, South-east England , England