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Nathaniel Atcheson

Male 1771 - Abt 1825  (54 years)


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  • Name Nathaniel Atcheson 
    Born 1771 
    Gender Male 
    Died Abt Dec 1825  Duke street, Westminster, London Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Person ID I161237  My Genealogy
    Last Modified 31 May 2016 

    Father Anthony Atcheson,   b. Abt 1741,   d. 21 Apr 1804  (Age ~ 63 years) 
    Family ID F71460  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

    Family Elizabeth Eden Singleton,   b. Bef 1771,   d. Yes, date unknown 
    Married 1796 
    • he was a widower, age 36, she was 21.
    Children 
     1. Robert Shank Atcheson,   b. 1797, St. Margaret's, Westminster, Middlesex, England Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. Yes, date unknown
     2. Rev Anthony Singleton Atcheson,   b. 9 Nov 1800, Ely Place, Holborn Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 1876  (Age 75 years)
     3. Eleanor Mary Atcheson,   b. 1801,   d. Yes, date unknown
    Last Modified 31 May 2016 
    Family ID F10836  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

  • Notes 
    • Lived at 23 Duke Street

      In Duke street Westminster aged 54 Nathaniel Atcheson esq FSA solicitor He published "Report of the Case Havelock against Rookwood argued and determined in the Court of King's Bench on the validity of a sentence of condemnation by an enemy's Consul in a Neutral Port" 8vo 1800 "A Letter on the present state of the carrying part of the Coal Trade" 8vo 1802" Report of the Case Fisher against Ward respecting the Russian Embargo on British Ships" 8vo 1803 "American Encroachments on British Rights" 8vo 1803 Mr Atcheson by assiduity knowledge and sagacity had raised himself into eminence as a solicitor and enjoyed the respect and confidence of some of the most distinguished characters of the country He was the original founder of the Pitt club.

      1786 Nathaniel Atcheson apprenticed to attorney
      1795 Marriage to Elizabeth Eden
      1797 Robert Shank Atcheson born
      1799 Nathaniel Atcheson master attorney
      1799 Anthony Singleton Atcheson born
      1800 Advertisement in Hampshire Telegraph Nathaniel Atcheson agent for sales
      1801 Eleanor Mary Atcheson born
      1802 Statue of Mr. Pitt subscriptions
      1802 London Society of Shipowners
      1802 Agent for Prince Edward Island
      1803 Presents "Colors" (banners for flags) to Sunderland Volunteer militia
      1806 Nathaniel Atcheson Poll book: Keyhaven Hampshire
      1807 Petition to House of Commons re Southampton elections
      1807 Dinner for independents elected to Parliament
      1807 Subscription for Winsor Castle sailors
      1811 Rate book shows Winchester, Duke Street
      1812 Rate book shows Winchester, Duke Street
      1814 Subscription - Deanery of Fordsbridge
      1814 Author of points for negotiation War of 1812
      1815 American Encroachments on British [naval] rights
      1818 Nathaniel Atcheson receives monies re bankruptcy
      1818 Nathaniel Atcheson appointed agent by the Agricultural Society of Quebec
      1819 Nathaniel Atcheson appointed Agent for Prince Edward Island
      1819 Nathaniel Atcheson, his sons and CHARLES GORDON (son-in-law) subscribe to support Rev. William Stevens family
      1819 Dinner celebrating reforms at Churcher College
      1825 Westminster Burials
    • (Research):FAS, PRI

      Old University Manuscript E.III.14 1786-
      Practice of the Temporal Courts of the County Palatine of Durham (Spine title)
      Law notes and precedent book compiled by Nathaniel Atcheson, son of Anthony Atcheson of Portsmouth merchant, articled to William Charlton of Sunderland near the Sea gent. 5 September 1786.
      Includes:
      p.1: "The Practice of the Temporal Courts of Durham". Copy of a treatise containing detailed directions for pursuing all types of Actions.
      p.67: "Privilegio Episcopi Dunelmensis". Copy of an account of the Palatine Jurisdiction of the Bishops of Durham.
      p.75: "The Custom of the Province of York concerning the distribution of Intestate's Personal Estate".
      p.89: Forms of Declarations, Notices, Warrants, Subpoenas, Replications, Proceedings in Ejectment and Affidavits; including a bankrupt's oath (p.150) and a list of fees (p.151).
      p.247: Declarations in uncommon actions arising outside Durham; including a Declaration on a Policy of Insurance, the ship wrecked in port, with form of the Insurance Policy endorsed with the name Atcheson attached, 2ff. (p.259).
      Inscription on title page: "Nat. At[ch]eson, 1786".
      Paper, 4to. ii+351pp.
      Size: 230 x 190mm.
      Binding: Marbled paper over boards
      Presented by J.G. Wilson 1916.
      Phillipps MS. 9398, bought by him from Thomas Thorpe (1836 cat. no.397, ú1 11s 6d). Sold in the 1895 Phillipps sale, lot 271, to H. Gray (ú1 10s).