(?-1664) Son of John and Mrs Angier, distant cousins by marriage of Pepys.
John Angier (jun.)
Clement • Link
aka "Jack" per L&M companion. Previously apprenticed to his father, John, a tailor and woollen-draper in Cambridge.
Father John was--I think, following imprecise pronouns--brother to Percival Angier, who "married Elizabeth Pepys, (daughter to Thomas 'the Red', Pepys's great uncle) at St. Sepulchre's, Cambridge, in 1633. He became a prosperous London business man, with investments in Irish land and E. India stock."
Mild Spoilers ommitted above. L&M Companion, p. 8.
Terry Foreman • Link
When father John's business failed, Pepys does the Angiers the favor of sending John, jun. (Jack) (whom Pepys calls "a very rogue") to sea. http://www.pepysdiary.com/diary/1663/12/31/
Jack appears to have died at Lisbon in 1664. (L&M note, 3/11/1664)
Chart showing the number of references in each month of the diary’s entries.
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