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Tillotson Laycock

1741 - 1813

Life History

1741

Born

23rd Jul 1770

Married Ann Parsons in Broxholme, Lincoln

1771

Birth of son John Tillotson Laycock

July 1813

Died

Notes

Tillotson Laycock's Obituary

Tillotson Laycock possibly married a Sarah Reading in 1763.

He was a Reverend in London, but formerly from Lincoln.

Tillotson married Ann Drewry (widow) 23/7/1770 in Broxholme, Lincoln.

The Will of "Reverend Tillotson Laycock, Clerk of Saint Pancras , Middlesex" (Date: 30th July 1813) is held by the National Archives, Kew.
The Will tells us that Samuel Drewry of Holsden is his "son-in-law" and Sense (nee Drewry), wife of George Robson, is described as his "daughter-in-law".
['Son-in-law' and 'daughter-in-law' were at that time used to describe step-son and step-daughter].

Tillotson's son and only child is John Tillotson Laycock.

Tillotson Laycock's father was also called Tillotson Laycock.

Tillotson Laycock's CareerAt eagle.cch.kcl.ac.uk:
Laycock, Tillotson (1763-1813)
Adm. sizar at Clare, July 4, 1758.
B. at Glanford Brigg [Bridge], Lincs.
Matric. Michs. 1758;
B.A. 1762. V. of Hackthorn, Cammeringham, Ingham, and Owersby, all in Lincs., 'upwards of 40 years.
Died in London, 1813, aged 73. (P. B. G. Binnall.)

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More Notes

From 'Lincolnshire Past & Present' - Issues 15-22 - Page 6 (Snippet view in Google books)

"Tillotson Laycock, vicar of Hackthorn, Cammeringham, Ingham and Owersby. .. Laycock was a native of Brigg, graduated in 1762 and held his livings 'upwards of forty years' and died in London, ..."

From 'Georgian Lincoln' - Page 297 (Snippet view in Google books)

"Tillotson Laycock, vicar of Hackthorn, Cammeringham, Ingham and Owersby for upwards of 40 years, had a notion that Newport Arch, being very old, was likely to fall, and whenever he rode into Lincoln, on reaching Newport he put in his ..."