James Dyson
(Abt 1747-1819)
Sarah Dyer
James Dyson


Family Links

1. possibly Elizabeth Mason ?
2. Mary Ann Seabrook

James Dyson 234,341,601,608,609,610,611

  • Born: 7 May 1777, London, England 341
  • Christened: 1 Jun 1777, St. Leonard's, Shoreditch, London 341,601
  • Marriage (1): possibly Elizabeth Mason ? possibly 1800 in St. Leonard's, Shoreditch, London 607
  • Marriage (2): Mary Ann Seabrook on 4 Apr 1808 in Saint Clement Danes, Westminster, London 608
  • Died: 3 May 1840, Claremont Place, Bethnal Green, London aged 62 612
  • Buried: 6 May 1840, St. Matthew, Bethnal Green, London 613

bullet   Cause of his death was Phthisis.612


bullet  General Notes:

This may be the GRO listing for the death of this James Dyson..needs to be examined in detail however..

GRO index:
James Dyson died 2nd Q of 1840 registered in
Bethnal Green, Vol. 2 page 23.

ordered same from GRO on Oct 2, 2006.. jca
received same from GRO Oct 11, 2006. jca

Looks very good, age 63 in 1840 which works out to 1777, which is the date of the baptism of our James Dyson, baptised 1 June 1777 in Shoreditch, London.
The place of death address of Claremont Place matches the Claremont Place address of the wife of James being Mary Ann Dyson on the 1841 census. very nice.....

bullet  Research Notes:

June 26, 2006
I was googling the Dyson and Seabrooke names and came up with your website. Where, to my delight, I discovered the names of some of my ancestors, as follows:
James Dyson and Sarah Dyer married in 1771. They had the following children; 1. Bathsheba Dyson b 15 sep 1772 and baptised 4 Oct 1772, 2. Thomas Dyson bo rn 13 Mar 1781 and baptised 8 Apr 1781 and 3. James Dyson born 7 May 1777 and baptised 1 Jun 1777. All baptised at St Leonard's Shoreditch.
James Dyson b1777 married Mary Ann Seabrooke 4th January 1808 St Clement Danes, Westminster. I believe Mary Ann's parents were Robert Seabrooke and Mary.
One of James Dyson and Mary Ann Seabrooke's children was James Seabrooke Dyson who was baptised 27 July 1817 at St Leonard's.
James Seabrooke Dyson married Eleanor Shaw. Their daughter Mary Ann Dyson born 29 July 1849 Bethnall Green is my great-great Grandmother.
Perhaps we could compare notes. I haven't read all through your website yet, as it's getting rather late.
Hope to hear from you
Julie Wilson
Salisbury, England


bullet  Noted events in his life were:

Occupation: Cloth Drawer, 1813, Hoxton, London, England.

Occupation: Clother Drawer, 1817, Hackney, London.

Occupation: Clother Drawer, 1825, Hackney, London.

Occupation: Cloth Worker. 610

Occupation: Packer, 1840, Bethnal Green, Middlesex. 612

Residence: Claremont Place, 1840, Tower Hamlets, London. 613


James married possibly Elizabeth Mason ? possibly 1800 in St. Leonard's, Shoreditch, London.607

bullet  Marriage Notes:

Boulton Dyson 1805
Thomas Mason Dyson 1805
James Warwick Boulton Dyson 1809
These are the three sons (recorded by LDS) of James
Dyson and Elisabeth Mason, who I think are James, son
of James of Hoxton, and first wife Elisabeth Mason.
The film I got through LDS of marriage of James to
Mary Ann Seabrook noted him as being a widower, as
does Pallots Marriage Index in Ancestry. No proof
however, just an instinct that won't go away.
(2007 , Maureen Lussier)


James next married Mary Ann Seabrook on 4 Apr 1808 in Saint Clement Danes, Westminster, London.608 (Mary Ann Seabrook was born about 1790 in Middlesex,614 died in 1848 613 and was buried on 30 Apr 1848 in St. Matthew, Bethnal Green, London 613.)

bullet  Marriage Notes:

With this 1808 marriage of James Dyson to Mary Ann Seabrook in mind, I think an earlier marriage in 1800 at St. Leonard's Church to an Elisabeth Mason has real potential to be James' first wife.
They had 3 sons:
James Warwick Bolton b. 04 Feb 1801
Thomas b. 19 Mar 1802
Boulton b. 19 Nov 1804
all christened at St. Leonard's in Shoreditch.

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