(?-1664) Son of John and Mrs Angier, distant cousins by marriage of Pepys.

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First Reading

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.

Second Reading

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.…
Jack appears to have died at Lisbon in 1664. (L&M note, 3/11/1664)

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