Appendix to Chapter 2

The following is the pedigree of the family of Fourdrinier referred to at p. 28:

Henri Fourdrinier (said to have been an Admiral of France and to have been subsequently created a Viscount).
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Henri Fourdrinier, born at Caen in Normandy, circa 1615

Louis Grolleau of Caen aforesaid, and
subsequently of Gronigen aforesaid.
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Henri Fourdrinier, born at Caen aforesaid circa 1658; left France and settled in Gronigen in Holland.
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Louis Grolleau, born circa 1662; naturalised in England 8 March, 1682; died 26 Dec. 1715; buried at Wandsworth Cemetery, Co. Surrey. 

= Marie du Fay, married 1686; buried as 'Mary  Grolleau, widow (aged) 69,' 8 Feb. 1729, at Wandsworth aforesaid.
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Paul Fourdrinier, born at Gronigen aforesaid 20 Dec. 1698; buried at Wandsworth Cemetery aforesaid 10 Feb. 1758. Admon. to his son Henry, 18 Feb. 1758 (P.C.C.).
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= Susanna, born 11 July, 1693; married 5 Oct. 1721; died 15 and buried at Wandsworth  aforesaid 22 Nov. 1746 ('22 Nov. 1746,
Susanna, wife of Mr. Paul Fourdrinier of St. Martins in ye Fields
(aged) 55.' Wandsworth Register).
 
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Henry Fourdrinier of Lombard Street, Citizen and Draper of London; born 25 Feb. 1730; died at his house at Stamford Grove 11 Jan. 1799; buried in St. Mary Woolnoth. M.I. there. Will dated 6 Dec. 1796; proved P.C.C. 23 Jan. 1799. (83 Howe.) 2nd husband.

= Jemima White (widow of ... Manning), born 11 March, 1730; died 5 Sept., 1781; buried at St. Mary Woolnoth aforesaid.
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Charles Fourdriner ... and Other issue

John Newman of Mansion House Street,
City, only son of John Newman of Lombard Street.
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= Jemima, born 19 Nov. 1772; married at St. Mary's Church, Lambeth, 29 Oct. 1799; died 17 and buried 21 May, 1836, at St. Mary's Church, Littlemore, Co. Oxford. M.I. there.
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John Henry Newman,  eldest son, born 21 Feb. and baptized at St. Benet Fink, in the City of London, 9 April, 1801. Scholar of Trinity College, M.A. of the University of Oxford, and Fellow of Oriel. Vicar of St. Mary's, Oxford. Created Cardinal Deacon of St. George in Velabro, 12 May, 1879; died at the Oratory, Edgbaston, Birmingham, 11 Aug., and buried at Rednal, Co. Warwick, 19 Aug. 1890. M.I.

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