William Points
William Points
(Bef 1765-1807)
Elizabeth Greentree
(Bef 1770-Abt 1788)
William Points
(1784-1841)

 

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Spouses/Children:
Ann Margaret Hubert

William Points 1

  • Born: 19 Dec 1784
  • Christened: 16 Jan 1785, St Mary, Lambeth
  • Marriage: Ann Margaret Hubert on 15 Sep 1806 in St Mary, Battersea
  • Buried: 9 Aug 1841, Lambeth
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  General Notes:

.William was apprenticed to James Hubert and married Ann Margaret when he completed it. He also worked for him in 1813 and 1817 (from insurances). William was a shipwright (barge builder) and a qualified waterman and lighterman. Two sons James William and George were watermen and lightermen , and shipwrights. Sophia came to Australia in 1834 and her brother George in 1886 . He died here in 1888.

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  Chronology:

MISC: 27 Feb 1806.
William admitted and sworn into the Freedom of the City in the Company of Shipwrights. Reverse side of indenture.

MISC: 4 Oct 1813.
Insured: Wiliam Points, Mr Huberts Yard, Nine Elma , Vauxhall. Barge builder.

MISC: 31 Jan 1799.
Apprenticed to James Hubert, shipwright. Father William Points, victualler, of Fore Street, Lambeth. Agreed term 7 years. Amount paid 5 pounds. Indenture

He worked as a Barge Builder in 1815 and resided at Battersea.
(baptism of Sophia)

He worked as a Barge Builder in 1817 and resided at Fore Street, Lambeth.
(Baptism of Esther)

MISC: 13 Mar 1816.
Insured: William Points, Mr Huberts Yard, Nine Elms, Vauxhall, barge builder.

MISC: 6 Oct 1817.
Insured: William Points, 1 Fore Street Lambeth, barge builder and Saml Oliver Jones. Insurance Index for all three insurances.

He resided in 1820 in Fore Street, Lambeth.
(Burial ofWilliam and Esther, Baptism of Phoebe)

He signed a will on 15 Apr 1841.
William writes his will dividing his estate between his four children after his wife dies. He makes special provision for her to get profits from the business and son George who is still under age and he gave twenty pounds to James William as an acknowledgement of his past services. He also made a codicil that at the age of 21 George was to be admitted as a partner or share in the profits until he was 25. It does not say what his real estate consisted of but he said 'all my real estate: including therein the copyhold property adjoining my residence.

He worked as a Barge Builder in 1841 and resided at Upper Fore St, Lambeth. (with Wife Ann 50 and George 15)


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William married Ann Margaret Hubert, daughter of James Hubert and Ann Hopkins, on 15 Sep 1806 in St Mary, Battersea. (Ann Margaret Hubert was born in Feb 1790, christened on 21 Mar 1790 in Christchurch, Southwark 2 and was buried on 27 Oct 1850 in St Mary, Lambeth.)


  Marriage Notes:

Marriage to Ann Margaret Hubert spinster (she was 18) at St Mary, Battersea. One of the witnesses was James Hubert, the other Josh Abberly. He must be the clerk as I note he is recorded thus as witness to the marriage of James George Hubert on your information. My spelling did not have an e. There are dozens of Abberly in Battersea. PR
[JH Email July 2012]

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1 Web (Misc), Email JH July 2012.

2 Ancestry.com Online Census and BMD, www.ancestry.com, London Baptisms.