Henry Walter LANGLOIS Louisa WALTER Arthur Henry Knell LANGLOIS Isabella Louisa KNELL Mini tree diagram

Henry LANGLOIS

18131 - 19th Sep 1873

Silver chaser employing 1 man and 2 boys3

Life History

1813

Born in Middlesex.1

1844

Birth of son Henry Walter LANGLOIS in Camberwell, Surrey.2

1851

Occupation Silver chaser employing 3 men and an apprentice.2

1851

Resident in Newington, Surrey (Hill Street #38).2

1858

Death of Louisa WALTER in Newington

1861

Occupation Silver chaser employing 1 man and 2 boys.3

1861

Resident in Newington, Surrey (Sutherland Square #7).3

1862

Birth of son Arthur Henry Knell LANGLOIS in Walworth, Surrey.1,5

1864

Married Isabella Louisa KNELL in Newington

1871

Occupation Silver chaser (master with two apprentices).1

1871

Resident in Newington, Surrey (Sutherland Square #7).1

25th Mar 1873

Wrote will in Walworth, Surrey (Sutherland Square #7).4

19th Sep 1873

Died in Walworth, Surrey (Sutherland Square #7)

6th Oct 1873

Probate in ,London.4

Other facts

 

Married Louisa WALTER

Notes

  • From Angela Turner in Australia:

    Henry was the son of Thomas Langlois and Sarah Robins, his wife was Louisa Walter. Thomas was the brother of Peter Daniel Langlois who was my G3 grandfather. Daniel Justin Langlois, my G2 granfather is on the census as a harp maker/music smith. He made harps for Errard. The patriarch of this family was Pierre Langlois who was a famous ebeniste - some of his commodes are in the Queen's collection, the V & A and Woburn Abbey amongst others.

    It seems that the silver chasing may have started with Pierre's son Peter who was apprenticed to his brother in law Peter Dominique Jean who was an ormolu craftsman - not that ormolu is silver but it is vaguely similar and I can see how they could have moved out of ormolu which was losing its appeal by the turn of the 1800s and into silver.

    It seems as if this family was in London by the beginning of the 1700s even though Pierre was still writing his business card in French 50 years later.

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