Note: illiam S. Powell, pub 1991; John London, Rufus Marsden
- History of the University of North Carolina by Kemp Battle, page 827
- Death:Newspaper article from Wilmington, NC. Estate settled in 1827 - Estate records, 1741-1939, New Hanover County, NC located in North Carolina Archives.
-Abstracts of Vital Records from Raleigh, North Carolina, Newspapers 1799-1819, vol. 1 - #2842
- Death date/Burial place New Hanover Co.,NC: Tombstone & Genealogical Records (NC Gen.Rec.Com. DAR - 1940)
Oakdale Cemetery Records, Wilmington, NC 1880-1919, Vol.II
Find a Grave : John R London (no R on stone picture)
BIRTH 23 Oct 1748 North Walsham, North Norfolk District, Norfolk, England
DEATH 2 Mar 1816 (aged 67) Wilmington, New Hanover County, North Carolina, USA
BURIAL Oakdale CemeteryWilmington, New Hanover County, North Carolina, USA
PLOT Sec D Lot 43 MEMORIAL ID 60947438 · View Source
Estate Records, 1741-1939, New Hanover County, North Carolina at NC Archives.
John's estate settled in 1827 - NC Marriages and Deaths 1826-1845.
History of St. Bartholomew's Parish 1833-1933, pg 22
Family church in England : St. Ethelbert, Alby, Norfolk, England (Lawrence Foushee London visited there in the 1980's)
- Ancestral Records and Portraits: Colonial Dames of America, Vol.II pages 630-632 (Grafton Press, New York, 1910)
- The Abridged Compendium of American Genealogy, Vol.IV page 613
- North Carolina Land Grants in South Carolina by Brent Holcomb, page 80
-New Hanover County, NC Court Minutes 1739-1769 vol. 1, pg 66, March 1766 John London appointed by Court and qualified as clerk
- Loyalists in North Carolina during the Revolution by Robert O. DeMond, page 188
Pictures and Sketches of My Son
Isaac Spencer London Jr., who died January 20, 1947
The Architectural Heritage of Chatham County, North Carolina by Rachel Osborn, pg 88 noted as father of Henry Adolphus
200 years of London Family in America - Bi-centennial Edition 1976 compiled by Mrs. Opal London Cox (pages 142-144)
The Wilmington Town Book 1743-1778 by Donald R. Lennon (page 177)
John owned pew 10 at St. James Church (Episcopal) in Wilmington, New Hanover County, North Carolina (St. James Church Historical records 1737-1852, extracted by Ida Brooks Kellam, pub.1965) pg 7
The National Cyclopedia of American Biography Vol.34 page 470 article on Frank Marsden London mentions Franks' parents, grandparents and great grandfather, John London.
New York Times - obituary for F.M. London 1945 March 11, 39:1, notes parents and ancestor, John London.
Rockingham Post Dispatch Vol.42 No.24 (23 April 1959) "Descendants of Secretary to Lord Tryon in Reunion"
Journal of the Clan Campbell Society (USA) -no date noted - article "James Campbell of Wilmington, North Carolina" by Ruby G. Campbell, Ph.D. pages 43-47 - Rufus Marsden line on page 44
The Sharples-Sharpless Family, Bart Anderson, Editor pub 1966 Vol. I, pg 75 #258
Dictionary of Alabama Biography, c.1921 edited by Thomas Owen, Alexander Troy London
North Carolina Biographical Index http://www.lib.unc.edu/ncc/ncc_bio/ncc_bio_public_action.html
London, John (1747 - 1816) Source: North Carolina Collection Clipping File Through 1975 Source Number: 511 Volume Number: 23
Page(s): 395-396 Portrait: N Call Number: CRBo N87
History of the University of North Carolina 1789-1868 by Kemp P. Battle : pg 827, John London donated $40 in 1793 for UNC from Wilmington
Southern Historical Collection : London family papers, 1776-1933 (bulk 1880s) In the Southern Historical Collection, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (#2442). In part, microfilm; original returned to private owner in 1942.
Family Records of Ancestors of Henry Adolphus London (the first) and Sally Margaret Lord (both of Wilmington, NC); compiled by Mrs Henry Armand (Bettie Jackson) London. Notes Colonial Records.
Kathryn London Stirk Sklikas, NSDAR xxxxxx
Ancestor: BELCHER, ABRAHAM (A008592)
Ancestor: BRADLEY, RICHARD (A013543)
Ancestor: BRINSON, ADAM (A132721)
Ancestor: DARDEN, JOHN (A029787)
Ancestor: DILLARD, SAMPSON (A036110)
Ancestor: FOUSHEE, JOSEPH (A040988)
Ancestor: HILL, WILLIAM (A056141)
Ancestor: HOOKER, NATHAN (A203824)
Ancestor: HOUGHTON, CHARLES (A135105)
Ancestor: KNIGHT, PETER (A066543)
Ancestor: LONDON, JOHN (A071219)
Ancestor: LORD, WILLIAM (A071614)
Ancestor: MABSON, ARTHUR (A072859)
Ancestor: NEAL, ELIJAH (A081732)
Ancestor: SHEPARD, BENJAMIN (A102885)
Ancestor: STEWART, CHARLES (A109380)
Children of the American Revolution, #161436 , Jackson Robert London : John London
Sons of the American Revolution #211776, verified 7 Jun 2019, Jackson Robert London: John London
Children of the American Revolution #166719, verified 27 Nov 2018, William Emmett London : John London
Sons of the American Revolution #211775, verified 7 Jun 2019, William Emmett London : John London
Certificate from Jonathan Dunbibin and Thomas Bloodworth concerning John London's oath of allegiance - Jonathan Dunbibin, Thomas Bloodworth September 01, 1778 Volume 13, Page 477
From Ms. Records in Office of Secretary of State.]
1st Sept. 1778.
These are to certify that John London applied to us the subscribers two Justices of the Peace for the County of New Hanover in the State of North Carolina, and requested to be admitted to take the Oath of Allegiance to this State as by law prescribed, but we having a doubt as to the legality of the same, as the said John London is here on his Parol, under the confiscation act, refused to administer the said Oath, and at the same time do certify the said John London's willingness to take the same.
Given under our hands 1st Sept. 1778.
A true Copy, John London
Note: - Birth: Dictionary of North Carolina Biography Vol.4 B-O, edited by W
Note: married Miss Mauger"
Note: Marriage records of North and South Carolina, page 165 by Clemens. "
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