Husband of Ann Lethieullier.
Co Co Tower, 1672-5 Ald Cripplegate, 15-27 Jun 1676, disch, no F (1) AH Staining 1661, Mark Lane, 1677, St Olave Hart Street, 1665, 1683, near Africa House, Warnfarnford Court, Throgmorton Street, St Peter Le Poor, 1668, Buckingham House, College Hill, mansion at Lewisham, Kent, 1709 (2) BS, appr to John FREDERICK, M, 1676 (3) b 1632, d 4 Jan 1718/9, bur Greenwich, Kent (4) Will PCC 12 Browning pr, 23 Jan 1718/9 f John Lethieullier, m Jane Delafort, mar 1658, at St Clement Eastcheap, Anne, da of William HOOKER and Lettice Coppinger (5) Merchant, "a pretty, civil, and understanding merchant" Comm EIC, 1673-4, 1675-7, 1678-9, 1680-1, 1685-6, Co Assis LC, 1678-9, 1680-1, 1684-8, 1691-3, 1694-5, Assis RAC, 1681-3 (6) EIC, Bank of Eng stock Portions of two unmarried daughters, 1709 £21,000 (7) City property, land Kent, Surr, Essex (7) Kt, 29 Sep 1674 Sheriff, 1674-5 (8) Whig ? Dissenter (9) Bro of Christopher and William LETHIEULLIER Son John mar Elizabeth, da of Joseph SMART (10) ...
(1) Beaven, I, p 134 (2) GHL, MS, 10116, Box 1, file 1, Directory, 1677, Pepys, Diary, 13 Dec 1665, Reg, St Olave Hart Street, Rogers, IV, p 82, will (3) Beaven, II, p 107, Strype, V, p 148 (4) Boyd 10689 (5) Boyd 10689, 9832, 9428, 2693 For details of parents, see Christopher LETHIEULLIER (6) Directory, 1677, Pepys, Diary, 13 Dec 1665, Beaven, II, p 107, K G Davies, Index (7) Will (8) Beaven, II, p 107 (9) H of L, MS 154 (f), (m) (10) Boyd 9832, 10689, 538 http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?comp…
Sir John Lethieullier (1633, London – 4 January 1719, Lewisham) was a British merchant and businessman descended from Huguenots from the Spanish Netherlands. His parents were John le Thieullier and Jane de la Forterie or Delafort, born in Frankfurt and Brabant respectively. He was the eldest of their three sons. John le Thieullier moved to England in 1605. He settled initially in Ilford and then in Lewisham. He began by buying English textiles from East Anglia and the west of England with his business partner Charles Marescoe (husband to John's sister Leonora), superintending their dyeing and finishing and then exporting them to the Levant and southern Europe. He soon diversified and by 1669 was exporting tin and lead to Rotterdam and Venice as well as importing Portuguese sugar and Dutch iron. He became sheriff of London in 1675 and in 1693 bought Aldersbrook Manor in what is now east London. He is buried in the churchyard of St. Alfege Church in Greenwich. He married Anne Hooker at St. Clement's, Eastcheap on 18 May 1659. Their son John was the father of the antiquarian Smart Lethieullier.
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