ULYATE, Henry - Extra Data

 

(member of WAIT's Party)

 

London Metropolitan Archives:

 

Henry, son of William and Sarah ULYATE, Chapel Street, baptised 25 December 1780 in St.Andrew's, Holborn

St.Andrew's, Holborn

William ULYATE of the parish of St.Paul, Covent Garden in the County of Middlesex, Batchelor, and Sarah GOLDEN of the parish of St.Andrew Holborn in the same County, Spinster, were married in this Church by Licence on the 19th day of February 1764

Both signed

Witnesses Rob't GOLDEN and Edw. PHILLIPPS

 

Baptisms of other children of William and Sarah in St.Andrew's Holborn:

William Phillips, son of William and Sarah ULYATE, Ely Court baptised 3 November 1765

Robert, son of William and Sarah ULYATE, Ely Court, baptised 10 April 1768

Ann, daughter of William and Sarah ULYATE, Ely Court, baptised 12 July 1770

Thomas, son of William and Sarah ULYATE, Ely Court, baptised 26 April 1772

Henry, son of William and Sarah ULYATE, Chapel Street, baptised 25 December 1780

 

National Archives, Kew

The will of William ULYATE, Gentleman, of St.Mary Newington, Surrey dated 28 September 1807 can be downloaded from the National Archives.

 

According to The Settler Handbook Henry ULYATE travelled to the Cape with his wife Lucy and children Mary, Henry and Sarah. Also with him were his stepchildren Lucy, William and John FINAUGHTY.

It looks as if Lucy may still have been married to William FINAUGHTY when she had Henry's children, as they were baptised with the surname FINAUGHTY and the middle name ULYATE.

See Notes for Lucy FINAUGHTY

 

London Metropolitan Archives

Henry Ulyat FINAUGHTY, son of William and Lucy FINAUGHTY, Skinner Street, Greengrocer, baptised 2 April 1815 in St.Pancras Old Church

Jane Ullyate FINAUGHTY, daughter of William and Lucy FINAUGHTY, Hampstead, Greengrocer, baptised 1 June 1817 in St.John's, Hampstead (born 22 November 1816)

Maria Ulyate FINAUGHTY, daughter of William and Lucy FINAUGHTY, Hampstead, Greengrocer, baptised 14 June 1818 in St.John's, Hampstead (born 3 May)

No baptism found for a Sarah.

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