Robert Blake1

#46818, b. 1798, d. between 1871 and 1881

Individual's Timeline

Christening1798Robert Blake1
Marriagebefore 1825Robert Blake2
Deathbetween 1871 and 1881Robert Blake

Primary events

Secondary circumstances

  • Occupation: Robert was a brickmaker. His mother's family (LACEY) were also brickmakers in Wroxham.

Census details

Research Notes

  • Research note 01: May have had a financial interest in 20 Exchange Street, Norwich.3

Children of Robert Blake and Elizabeth Baker

Citations

  1. Free parish registers, online http://www.freereg.org.uk,      Norfolk
    Place     Salhouse
    Church     All Saints
    RegisterNumber     757
    DateOfBirth     
    BaptismDate     * * 1798
    Forename     Robert
    Sex     M
    FatherForename     Robert
    MotherForename     Elizabeth
    FatherSurname     BLAKE
    MotherSurname     LACEY
    Abode     
    FatherOccupation     
    Notes     
    FileNumber     9499.
  2. Norfolk Trans Archive, online http://www.genealogy.doun.org/transcriptions, Wroxham- 1823     BLAKE Robert     BAKER Elizabeth -      Banns only entered on 2 Sundays.
  3. Norfolk Records Office, online http://nrocat.norfolk.gov.uk, Records of Norwich City Council
    Town Clerk's Department
    Town Clerk's Deeds
    Title Deeds (First Series)
    Property at 20 Exchange Street
    CatalogueRef      N/TC/D1/98/3, 306X5
    Title      Deed of covenant. John Culley of Costessey, flour merchant, Joseph Geldart of Norwich, wine merchant, and Robert Blake of the hamlet of Heigham, brick maker, to William Creasey Ewing of the hamlet of Eaton, Esq.
    Date      23 Nov 1837
    Description      For production of deeds.
    Level      Piece
    Repository      Norfolk Record Office
    Access Status      Open
    CatalogueStatus      Catalogued
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    Records of Norwich City Council
    Town Clerk's Department
    Town Clerk's Deeds
    Title Deeds (First Series)
    Property at 20 Exchange Street
    CatalogueRef      N/TC/D1/98/5, 306X5
    Title      Lease and Release in fee. William Steward of Great Yarmouth, Esq., and William Tuthill late of Dereham, now of Great Yarmouth, Esq., James Conway Travers of Southampton, Hants, Esq., Robert Blake of Heigham, brick maker, Edward Temple Booth of Norwich, Esq., George Morse of Norwich, Esq., Timothy Steward of Norwich, Esq., assignees under the bankruptcy of Robert John Turner, late of Norwich, money scrivener, Camuel Darkins of Norwich, builder, John Francis of Norwich, manufacturer, as assignees under the bankruptcy of Henry Lock of the hamlet of Bracondale, millwright, builder and engineer, Charles Odell of St Paul's Churchyard, London, silk manufacturer, and Edward Temple Booth as assignees under the bankruptcy of Francis Newton of Norwich, silk mercer, jeweller and silversmith, and Edward Pearson of Norwich, plasterer, and Robert Howlett of Norwich, ironmonger, as assignees under the bankruptcy of William Mear of Norwich, builder, to William Creasey Ewing of the hamlet of Eaton, Esq. and William Durrant of Brumstead.
    Date      23 Nov 1839
    Description      Of the Messuage on the West side of Exchange St in Norwich and part of the road in front.
    Level      Piece
    Repository      Norfolk Record Office
    Access Status      Open
    CatalogueStatus      Catalogued.