Isaac Leplastrier Isaac Leplastrier  ‎(I4527)‎
Given Names: Isaac
Surname: Leplastrier

Gender: MaleMale
      

Birth: 1777 41 Shadwell, Middlesex, London, U.K.
Death: 2 November 1857 ‎(Age 80)‎ Brixton
Personal Facts and Details
Birth 1777 41 Shadwell, Middlesex, London, U.K.

Marriage Frances Trappit - 3 March 1806 ‎(Age 29)‎ Husband: 21 Wife: 21 St. Ann, Middlesex


Note: We have another note saying that Isaac was born in 1785, or was it 1777? We have a note saying that Frances Trappit, was a parishioner of Shadwell, St Paul, Middlesex,and another Limehouse St Anne.
Occupation Midshipman in the East India Company, and voyaged to Calcutta, India and back.


Note: He does not seem to have stayed with the East India Company for long, and is registered as a Watchmaker in 1813, after being apprenticed to his brother Louis. After his wife Frances had died in 1811, he seems to have left Deal, and joined forces with John Wontner at 125 Minories, London, where his elder brother William had been apprenticed. He became a Freeman of the Clockmakers Company in 1813. He was still with John Wontner in 1815. He was still with John Wontner in 1819. See copy of Freedom of the City Admission papers in Isaacs file. Dated16th November 1813.
Residence between 1816 and 1819 ‎(Age 39)‎
Address:
St. Botolph's, Aldgate and then St. Olives, Hart St. London. In 1819 he moved to 63 Mark Lane and stayed there until 1829. In 1829 he moved to 11 Cheapside. Then from 1831 until 1835 they moved to 20 Ludgate Hill and in 1836 they were at 29 Ludgate Hill. They moved again in 1837 to Ave Maria Lane, and after that to 17 King William St., where they stayed until 1840. In 1841 they were at 33 Rathbone Place and stayed there until 1845, when they moved to 12 Park Terrace, Regents Park until 1851. By 1852 they were living at 21 Holles Street, Cavendish Square.Isaac making chronometers, clocks and watches. Jane making millinery and corsets for Queen Victoria. George making cap springs ‎(special springs used in making millinery, and Francis cabinet making, upholstery,undertaking and appraising.. In 1853 he was living at 37 Arlington St. Camden Town.‎

MarriageReligious Marriage
Jane Agate - 8 October 1816 ‎(Age 39)‎ St. George's Hanover Square

Occupation 1833 ‎(Age 56)‎ Watchmaker London, U.K.

Address:
St. Martin, Ludgate

Agency: own business
Death 2 November 1857 ‎(Age 80)‎ Brixton

BurialCemetery: Sth Metro Cemetery West Norwood S.E.-27 Memorial No.4608 or? 5640

Last Change 28 November 2017 - 01:33:23 - by: Vicki
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Parents Family  (F923)
Jean Leplastrier
1735 - 1794
Esther Ball
- 1794
Louis Leplastrier
1768 - 1849
Isaac Leplastrier
1777 - 1857
William Leplastrier
1772 - 1808
Robert Leplastrier
1776 - 1846
Susannah Leplastrier
-

Immediate Family  (F922)
Frances Trappit
1785 - 1811
William Louis Leplastrier
1806 - 1855
Charles Isaac Leplastrier
1808 - 1868
John Christopher Leplastrier
1809 - 1830

Immediate Family  (F1478)
Jane Agate
1792 - 1872
Francis Leplastrier
1819 - 1917
George Agate Leplastrier
1822 - 1855
Thomas Du Fossee Leplastrier
1824 - 1825
Jane du Fossee Leplastrier
1826 - 1869
Frances Suzannah Leplastrier
1829 - 1906


Notes

Note
Isaac is reputed to have repaired the watch of General Sir John Moore before he departed for Spain and the Peninsular War and his death at Corunna.

Note
It is said that Isaac helped to ruin the family by the Lawsuit that he and his brother Louis, tried to recover the family property in Rouen.

Note
On 10.10.1804 Isaac was made a Freeman of Deal, Kent, U.K.

Note
Central Criminal Court. 11.04.1833
Thomas Jones was indicted for feloniously breaking and entering the dwelling house of Isaac Le Plastrier, on the 11th April, at St Martin, Ludgate, & stealing there-in 2 watch cases, value 41., the goods of the said Isaac Le Plastrier and another.

Second Count, stating it to be the dwelling house of the said Isaac Le Plastrier and another.

Robert Curry. I live at No 45 Dean Street, Soho, and am a turner. On the 11th April, about four o'clock in the afternoon, I was going down Ludgate Hill, and saw the prisoner force his hands through the window of Mr. Le Plastrier's shop - I could not perceive what he took out, but I saw he had got something. I took hold of him, and took him into the shop - the shop door was not shut at the time; I saw him endeavour to conceal what he had got, and I found a watch-case in each of his hands. I marked them , and delivered them to the Constable; he forced his hands through a very large square of glass, which he broke.

Mr. Isaac Le Plastrier. I am a watch - maker, and live at No.20, Ludgate Hill. When I returned from the country the morning after this happened, I found one of the panes of glass in my shop window broken into one hundred and fifty pieces; my son lives in the house, and I carry on the business in partnership with my son; the lease of it is mine - the rent and taxes are paid out of the profits of the business.

James Snow. I am a constable and live in Holyday Yard. I received the prisoner in charge, and produce the watch-cases, which I received from Curry.

Mr. Le Plastrier. These are my cases - they are worth about 41.; the door which opens to the street does not at once admit you into the shop - there is a lobby, and on the right there is a door which enters the shop; the outer door is always open - the house is in the Parish of St. Martin, Ludgate.

Robert Curry re-examined. Q. Which door did you mean was open? A. I meant the outer door - the inner door was closed, and the window was closed, but the street door was open.

Prisoner. I did it through distress - I had been out of work a long time, and did not know what to do to get a bit of bread.

April 13th - Guilty - Death. Aged 25
Marriage We have another note saying that Isaac was born in 1785, or was it 1777? We have a note saying that Frances Trappit, was a parishioner of Shadwell, St Paul, Middlesex,and another Limehouse St Anne.
Marriage We have another note saying that Isaac was born in 1785, or was it 1777? We have a note saying that Frances Trappit, was a parishioner of Shadwell, St Paul, Middlesex,and another Limehouse St Anne.
Occupation He does not seem to have stayed with the East India Company for long, and is registered as a Watchmaker in 1813, after being apprenticed to his brother Louis. After his wife Frances had died in 1811, he seems to have left Deal, and joined forces with John Wontner at 125 Minories, London, where his elder brother William had been apprenticed. He became a Freeman of the Clockmakers Company in 1813. He was still with John Wontner in 1815. He was still with John Wontner in 1819. See copy of Freedom of the City Admission papers in Isaacs file. Dated16th November 1813.

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Frances Trappit
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Family with Parents
Father
Jean Leplastrier ‎(I4529)‎
Birth 15 February 1735 28 Parish of St Albans, Wood S, London, England
Death 1794 ‎(Age 58)‎ London
Mother
Esther Ball ‎(I4530)‎
Birth Yes
Death 1794

Marriage: 21 April 1764 -- Saint Dunstan, Stepney, London, England
4 years
#1
Brother
Louis Leplastrier ‎(I6292)‎
Birth 1768 32 London, U.K.
Death March 1849 ‎(Age 81)‎ Holborn area, London, U.K.
9 years
#2
Isaac Leplastrier ‎(I4527)‎
Birth 1777 41 Shadwell, Middlesex, London, U.K.
Death 2 November 1857 ‎(Age 80)‎ Brixton
-5 years
#3
Brother
William Leplastrier ‎(I6306)‎
Birth 1772 36
Death 1808 ‎(Age 36)‎ Age: 36
4 years
#4
Brother
Robert Leplastrier ‎(I6308)‎
Birth 1776 40 Kent, England
Death 1846 ‎(Age 70)‎ London, U.K.
#5
Sister
Susannah Leplastrier ‎(I6343)‎
Birth Yes
Death Yes
Family with Frances Trappit
Isaac Leplastrier ‎(I4527)‎
Birth 1777 41 Shadwell, Middlesex, London, U.K.
Death 2 November 1857 ‎(Age 80)‎ Brixton
8 years
Wife
 
Frances Trappit ‎(I4528)‎
Birth 1785 Deal, Kent, England
Death 1811 ‎(Age 26)‎

Marriage: 3 March 1806 -- St. Ann, Middlesex
-2 months
#1
Son
William Louis Leplastrier ‎(I4525)‎
Birth 1806 29 21 Deal, Kent, U.K.
Death 30 June 1855 ‎(Age 49)‎
2 years
#2
Son
Charles Isaac Leplastrier ‎(I6252)‎
Birth about 1808 31 23 Deal, Kent, U.K.
Death 25 December 1868 ‎(Age 60)‎ Glenelg, Tobago, West Indies
1 year
#3
Son
John Christopher Leplastrier ‎(I6322)‎
Birth 1809 32 24 Deal, Kent, U.K.
Death 1830 ‎(Age 21)‎
Family with Jane Agate
Isaac Leplastrier ‎(I4527)‎
Birth 1777 41 Shadwell, Middlesex, London, U.K.
Death 2 November 1857 ‎(Age 80)‎ Brixton
15 years
Wife
 
Jane Agate ‎(I6323)‎
Birth 1792 Stiddolph Heath, Sevenoaks, Kent
Death 15 October 1872 ‎(Age 80)‎ Age: 81

Religious Marriage: 8 October 1816 -- St. George's Hanover Square
2 years
#1
Son
Francis Leplastrier ‎(I6372)‎
Birth 23 March 1819 42 27 63 Mark Lane, London
Death 24 June 1917 ‎(Age 98)‎ "Tivoli", Green St., Ivanhoe, Melbourne, Australia
3 years
#2
Son
George Agate Leplastrier ‎(I6393)‎
Birth 23 April 1822 45 30 St. Olaves, Hart St. London
Death 1855 ‎(Age 32)‎ Tobago, West Indies or West Nimba, Liberia
2 years
#3
Son
Thomas Du Fossee Leplastrier ‎(I6396)‎
Birth 28 May 1824 47 32 St.Olaves, Hart St, London, U.K.
Death 1825 ‎(Age 7 months)‎
19 months
#4
Daughter
Jane du Fossee Leplastrier ‎(I6397)‎
Birth about 1826 49 34 City, London, U.K.
Death 4 July 1869 ‎(Age 43)‎ Age: 43
3 years
#5
Daughter
Frances Suzannah Leplastrier ‎(I6398)‎
Birth 24 April 1829 52 37 1075 St. Ann, Blackfriars, London, U.K.
Death 1906 ‎(Age 76)‎