John CURWOODAge: 7617711847

Birth 1771
Religious marriageJane BERROWView family
6 January 1814 (Age 43)
Birth of a daughter
Elizabeth Anne CURWOOD
28 February 1815 (Age 44)
Barrister Oxford circ sp pl London, Middx and Westminster Sessions

Baptism of a daughterElizabeth Anne CURWOOD
6 July 1815 (Age 44)
Birth of a daughter
Constance CURWOOD
19 December 1816 (Age 45)
Baptism of a daughterConstance CURWOOD
5 February 1817 (Age 46)
Birth of a daughter
Isabelle CURWOOD
29 July 1819 (Age 48)
Baptism of a daughterIsabelle CURWOOD
1 September 1819 (Age 48)
Death of a daughterIsabelle CURWOOD
1820 (Age 49)

Birth of a son
John Berrow CURWOOD
30 July 1821 (Age 50)
Baptism of a sonJohn Berrow CURWOOD
21 August 1821 (Age 50)
Birth of a son
Reginald CURWOOD
1823 (Age 52)

Birth of a son
Capel Augustus CURWOOD
21 January 1826 (Age 55)
Baptism of a sonCapel Augustus CURWOOD
28 February 1826 (Age 55)
Death of a sonReginald CURWOOD
1833 (Age 62)

Marriage of a childGeorge LEJEUNEConstance CURWOODView family
1839 (Age 68)

Marriage of a childCapel Augustus CURWOODCharlotte Rogers HARRISONView family
Type: Religious marriage
30 January 1847 (Age 76)
Death 31 March 1847 (Age 76)
Note: Daughter Constane Le Jeune present at death
Family with Jane BERROW - View family
Marriage: 6 January 1814St Peters Chapelry, Besford (linked to St James, Defford) Worcestershire
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Daughter Constane Le Jeune present at death

Shared note

Living City of London, St Dunstan 1814. Living 11 Clifford Inn,St Dunstan in the West City of London 1841Extract from the Proceedings at the Old Bailey 1827JOHN CURWOOD, ESQ. I am a barrister, and live at No. 24,Chancery-lane, in the Liber ty of the Rolls; it is my dwellinghouse, and is in the County of Middlesex. I came to town on the22d of January, and went into my library that evening; I saw mymahogany desk in its usual place there, and, I think, I saw thetravelling desk in the window, where it usually stands - in thetravelling desk was a small red silk purse, with a steel clasp;it had been made by my daughter's governess, and given to me; ithad been in my desk ever since my return from the circuit - Inever carried it in my pocket, but it was regularly kept in mycircuit desk, and I was quite familiar with it; the mahoganywriting-desk cost me three or four guineas. ans was in a perfectgood state - it was worth 30s. or 40s.; there was a goldmourning-ring in it, worth, I suppose, as the value of the gold,half a guinea; a silver-gilt vinageret, worth 10s.; two unsettopaz stones, which I brought from Lisbon, and, I should think,were worth 2l. - these were in a small secret drawer in thedesk; there were also four portraits of friends at the Bar,worth 10s. they cost 30s. - there were several triflingarticles, my private papers, and family accounts, and a banker'scheque-book in the same desk. The travelling desk was locked,and the key of it was in the mahogany desk