DERRICK Rees (or Rice)

Posted on: October 9th, 2016 by webfooted
1723 21 Aug. A potter of Westbury-on-Trym he stood surety for the appearance of his wife, Elizabeth, at the next Sessions (T).
1728 7 Apr. Reece Derrick buried (WPR).
1728 ‘Paid Reece Derricks wife by Esqr Sanders order at times 14s’ (BRO P/HTW/OP 1(b)).
1729 ‘Paid Reece Derricks family 12 mths at 12d p. month’ (BRO P/HTW/OP 1(b)).
1730 28 Jul. Presumably the Reece Derrick of Westbury-on-Trym whose widow, Elizabeth, was required to make an inventory of his property.  John Yeamans, potter, and Robert Yeamans, potter, stood as bondsmen (Adm.).
1730 ‘Paid Jeremy Nyat for 42 weeks house rent for ye Widow Derrick & family £1.1s.0d’ (BRO P/HTW/OP 1(c)).

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