Hannah Styles


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Hannah Styles

  • Born: 3 Oct 1729, Moulsham, near Chelmsford, Essex
  • Marriage: Henry Hubert on 20 Apr 1755 in St James, Westminster 1
  • Died: 19 Nov 1810, "home of son-in-law, Thomas Cundy", Pimlico
  • Buried: 1810, St Johns burial ground, Westminster


She worked as a Coal Dealer in 1774 and resided at Abingdon Street, London. 2 Informations taken this Fourth day of
July 1774 in the Parish of St. John the Evangalist
within the Liberty of Westmr . in the County
of Middlesex upon an Inquisition touching
the death of Samuel Golding lying dead in the
said Parish Liberty and County.
John Loader Clerk of Henry Savory & Hannah Hubert
Dealers in Coals in little Abingdon Street in the Parish
of St. John the Evangelist Westmr. on his Oath saith, That
he was in Mrs. Hubert's Yard this Morning a little
before Seven o'Clock when Charles Gittins a Servant to
Mr. Savory Pbrove one of their Carts into the Yard. drawn
by one Horse in order to Load the Cart with Coals, Says
that Samuel Golding the Deced was then in said Yard
and that Charles Gittins went to turn the House
about and backing the Cart, it happened that the
Back part on Tail of the Cart struck against the Deced's
Right side and squeezed him against one of the
[..] Warehouse in said Yard, Says that the Deced's Ribs
were broken as he believes on his right side
That the Deced walked across the Yard and than
laid himself down, That he gave Deced some
Brandy, and sent for Mr. Perrott who bled
the Deced a little, but said that the Deced's Ribs
were broke and that he had no Pulse, and that
he believed him to be a dead Man, and Deced
died in about half an hour, Says that said
Gittins and the Deced lived together in Harmony
as Fellow Servants, and believes that the Deced's
death was merely Accidental, And this Dept.
further Says that the Black Horse and the Cart
were the Property of Mr. Savory & Mrs. Hubert
above mentioned.
John Loader
Sworn the Day Year & Place
above mentioned before me
Tho. Prickard Coroner }

She worked as a Coal Merchant in 1777 and resided at Huberts Wharf, Abington (sic) Street. 3

She worked as a Coal Merchant in 1780 and resided at Little Abingdon St, Westminster. 4 Fire Insurance Registers:
Fire Insurance Policy Register, 1777-1786
Source: UK Data Archive

LL ref: fire_1780_1785_32_65169

Unique Project ID 65169
Register Date/ Company/ Reference 1780 SUN 1 286 01\\03\\78
Policy Number 435650
Insured Value in £s 700
Forename hannah
Surname hubert< no role >This name instance is in a workspace.
Occupation/Status dealer in coals
Address Type "street, road or alley"
Street Name little abingdon street
Place Name

Her obituary was published in The Evangelical magazine, Volume 20 p217 in 1810. 5


Hannah married Henry Hubert, son of Henry Hubert and Ann, on 20 Apr 1755 in St James, Westminster.1 (Henry Hubert was born about 1731, christened on 3 Feb 1730/31 in Westminster 6 and died on 25 Nov 1772 7.)


1 The Church of Latter Day Saints, International Genealogical Index, www.familysearch.org/, Marriage. HENRY HUBERT
Marriage: 20 APR 1755 Saint James, Westminster, London, England
Messages:Extracted marriage record for locality listed in the record.

2 London Lives Website, http://www.londonlives.org/browse.jsp?id=WACWIC65214_n1032-25&div=WACWIC65214IC652140331#highlight.

3 London Lives Website.

4 London Lives Website, http://www.londonlives.org/browse.jsp?id=persName7fire_1780_1785_32_65169&div=fire_1780_1785_32_65169#highlight.

5 Google Books, The Evangelical magazine, Volume 20.

6 Ancestry.com Online Census and BMD, www.ancestry.com, England & Wales Christening Records, 1530-1906.
about Henry Hobert
Name: Henry Hobert
Gender: Male
Birth Date: abt 1731
Christening Date: 3 Feb 1731
Christening Place: Westminster, London, England
Father's name: Henry Hobert
Mother's name: Ann.

7 Sue Saunderson NZ, Sue Saunderson NZ, Email Jan 2009.