Thomas Lockington

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Thomas Lockington biographical information
Title Firstname Lastname
Thomas Lockington
Thomas Lockington signature (1654), HCA 13/68 f.492r
Name variants
Thomas Lockington
Thomas Lockington (signature, 1654)

Person Occupation Training Citizen Birth year Death year Birth place Res parish Res town Res county
Thomas Lockington Fishmonger 1601 1664 Unknown Saint Mary Magdalen Old Fish Street London

Evidence from HCA
Volume Date Deponent Deposition start
HCA 13/68 Feb 26th 1653 Thomas Lockington HCA 13/68 f.492r Annotate

Other information

Thomas Lockington testifies in the High Court of Admiralty in Jan 1654 to the ordinary price of red and white herrings in the year 1646. He confirms that he bought fish at those prices by perusing his shop books for 1646.[1]

Other primary sources

DE/HL/12356 By James Halsey of Wallingford House, Westminster, Middlesex, D D, and Thomas Lockington of London, fishmonger, to William Halsey of Great Gaddesden, Hertford, esq, and John Halsey of the same, his son, of property in Old Fish Street, the Middle Row, St Nicholas Cole Abbey; in Trinity Lane and elsewhere, Holy Trinity; and in Old Fish Street in the Middle Row, St Mary Magdalen's. Signatures. Seals. 23 June 1634[2]

FN600, Lease for 21 years, rent per annum £8: (i) Thomas Lockington, citizen and fishmonger of London (ii) Thomas Roberts of London, brewer. A messuage in the parish of Holy Trinity the Less. Witnesses: Edward Webb, Richard Allen, Thomas Dally. Endorsed with memorandum by Mary Roberts, widow, 10 March 1668. 5 May 1649[3]

PROB 11/314/166 Will of Thomas Lockington, Fishmonger of Saint Mary Magdelene Old Fish Street, City of London 02 June 1664
PROB 11/556/226 Will of Thomas Lockington, Fishmonger of London 05 February 1717

Textual information

A Prerogative Court of Canterbury will is available for "Thomas Lockington" with probate date Jun 02 1664.

  1. HCA 13/68 f.492r
  2. Hertfordshire Archives and Local Studies, DE/HL - Estate and Family papers of the Halsey Family of Gaddesden Place, Great Gaddesden, 13th C-1926, TITLE DEEDS AND ESTATE PAPERS, London, St Nicholas, Cole Abbey Holy Trinity the Less
  3. Bedfordshire Archives Service Catalogue, Francklin of Great Barford and Bolnhurst fonds, FN 1311 - 1864, Deeds: London, mostly from the old City of London sub-fonds, FN596-626 1618 - 1698, FN 600