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William Talman

Posted: 16 Mar 2010 4:30AM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: Talman
I am seeking information on William Talman, father of William Talman, architect,and Christopher Talman, surgeon. He may have been born circa 1613 and married at least once to Joanne or Joan last name unknown. William, architect, is my 8th great-grandfather.
Thank you for your time and assistance.
Brenda Austin Mason

Re: William Talman

Posted: 31 Jul 2011 6:46AM GMT
Classification: Query
Am interested in a Talman, surgeon who treated Sir Robert Geffery 1704 (am writing a biog. of Geffery). Would have lived in City of London. Is this Christopher? Do you have any dates or address for him?

Re: William Talman

Posted: 1 Aug 2011 4:03PM GMT
Classification: Query
Penelope,
Here is everything I have on Christopher Talman. Also, do you have access to John Talman's Letterbook published by the Walpole Society? I believe there are a couple of mentions of Christopher and his son. If you don't, let me know, and I'll pull the information together.

Enjoy!

Wikipedia

Urchfont is a small, rural village to the north of Salisbury Plain in Wiltshire, England, about seven miles from the market town of Devizes. It is also close to the hamlet (place) of Wedhampton. The population of Urchfont (ward) is 1,690, according to the 2001 Census.
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http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=102792#n...

"Jane Hame received her third in 1567. (fn. 132) In 1603 she and her husband John Bennet conveyed their share to Michael Tidcombe the elder (d. 1639), who in 1623 settled the land on a younger son Michael. (fn. 133) About 1631 the younger Michael conveyed his land at Eastcott, reckoned at some 50 a., to Edward North, who in 1649 resold it to William Shergall. (fn. 134) In 1660 Shergall sold the estate to William Talman the elder (d. 1663), father of William Talman the architect. (fn. 135) On the elder William's death, the land passed to his son Christopher Talman. (fn. 136) In 1683 he sold it to William Pynsent, who a few years later acquired other lands in the area (see above). (fn. 137) "

From: 'Parishes: Urchfont', A History of the County of Wiltshire: Volume 10 (1975), pp. 173-190. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=102792 Date accessed: 18 February 2009.

135Ibid. 212B/Urch. 1F, deed, Shergall and others to Talman, 1660; Wren Soc. xvii. 19–20.

From: 'Parishes: Urchfont', A History of the County of Wiltshire: Volume 10 (1975), pp. 173-190. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=102792 Date accessed: 18 February 2009.

Wren Soc. xvii. 19–20.
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http://www.nationalarchives.gov.uk/A2A/records.aspx?cat=190-...

[no title] 212B/6776 1681 Oct. 28

Contents:
(1) Talman, Sibila, of London, widow Talman, William, of Westminster, gentleman
Talman, Christopher, of London, chirurgeon
(2) Swall, Elizabeth, the elder, of London, widow Swall, Abel, citizen and stationer of London
Counterpart of release and settlement on the marriage of Christopher Talman and Elizabeth Swall, dau. of the above Elizabeth of a messuage in Eastcott and lands.
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From: 'Parishes: Urchfont', A History of the County of Wiltshire: Volume 10 (1975), pp. 173-190. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=102792 Date accessed: 18 February 2009.
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[no title] 212B/6778 1683 Dec. 18

Contents:
(1) Talman, Christopher, of London, chirurgeon
Swall, Elizabeth, of London, widow
Swall, Abel, citizen, and stationer of London
(2) Pynsent, William, esquire
Lease and release of a messuage in Eastcott and lands (Enclosed: receipt for the purchase money.)

[no title] 212B/6780 1686 Nov. 1

Contents:
(1) Talman, Christopher, of London, chirurgeon Elizabeth,
his wife
(2) Pynsent, William, of Urchfont, esquire
Bargain & Sale of a messuage at Eastcott, and lands. (Enclosed: counterpart of fine.)
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http://www.toulmin.family.btinternet.co.uk/OtherToulmins.htm

Family First Name Where Chris/Marr When Father/ Mother Spouse

Tolman Christopher Newgate, London 1682 Elizabeth ????
Talman Abraham St. Botolph, Bishopgate 27-7-1682 Christopher Elizabeth
Talman Elizabeth Christchurch, Greyfriars, Newgate 29-11-1683 Christopher Elizabeth
Talman Benjamin Christ Church, Greyfriars, Newgate 23-11-1684 Christopher Elizabeth
Talman Elizabeth Christchurch, Greyfriars, Newgate 11-4-1686 Christopher Elizabeth
Tallman Sybil Christchurch, Greyfriars, Newgate 2-3-1687 Christopher Elizabeth
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The Story of Bethlehem Hospital from Its Foundation in 1247 By Edward Geoffrey O'Donoghue, p373

Surgeons

Christopher Talman 1693-1708
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The History of Bethlem By Jonathan Andrews, Asa, p280

This is the definitive 750 year history of the most famous lunatic asylum in the world. The History of Bethlem Hospital looks at Bethlem's role within the caring institutions of London and Britain and its place in the history of psychiatry, from its beginning as a religious foundation to its part in a national culture. Based upon a full use of the Bethlem Archives, The History of Bethlem Hospital is a long overdue reevaluation of its history.
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FN28 "... Christopher Talman (Surgeon 1693-1708), son of Gus/William Talman of Westminster, gent., was apprenticed initially with Thomas Devonish on 10 March 1674 and subsequently with Thomas Barker, under whome he was admitted free on 3 June 1681."
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London Apprenticeship Abstracts 1442-1850

1701 Talman, Benjamin, son of Christopher, London/Middlesex, chirurgeon, to Joseph Shepherd, 9 Jun 1701, Cutlers' Company
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medical practitioners in the diocese of london, licensed

WHADCOCKE, Charles, surgeon, and Freeman of the Company of Barbers and Surgeons of London. Certified by Charles Bernard, William Pheahill, Thos. Page, Wm. Layfield, Jas.Wall, Zachary Gibson, Edward Green, Richard Harvey, CHRISTOPHER TALMAN, and Richard Blundell, dated 14 Aug 1704. Admitted as of St. Margaret Moses, London, 10 Nov 1715. VG 1705-15, f. 186d
Possibly of Bread Street, where Mr. Whadcocke, surgeon, died 17 March 1733.
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From: 'Minute Book: May 1699', Calendar of Treasury Books, Volume 14: 1698-1699 (1934), pp. 76-91. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=82997 Date accessed: 18 February 2009.
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London, England, Extracted Parish Records

Text: 12 Mar 1707 Christopher Talman
Book: Burials.
Collection: London: All Hallows, Bread Street & St. John the Evangelist - Parish Registers, 1538-1851
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London Burials Index 1538-1872

Burial Year Last Name First Name Age at death Parish County Month of Death Misc.
1707 TALMAN CRIS LONDON (ALL HALLOWS BREAD STREET) LONDON

Re: William Talman

Posted: 1 Aug 2011 4:10PM GMT
Classification: Query
Penelope,
My email address is brendamason@mindspring.com. If you are comfortable sharing, I'd like to have info you may have on Christopher.

Cheers,
Brenda
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