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Family
Marriage: Children:
  1. Mary Cowan London: Birth: 13 FEB 1845 in Wilmington, New Hanover Cnty, North Carolina. Death: 19 NOV 1919 in Prescott, Yavapai County, Arizona

  2. Alexander Troy London: Birth: 28 FEB 1847 in Wilmington, New Hanover Cnty, North Carolina. Death: 27 AUG 1908 in Chautauqua, Chautauqua Cnty, New York

  3. John London: Birth: 24 MAY 1848 in Wilmington, New Hanover Cnty, North Carolina. Death: 2 NOV 1935 in Birmingham, Jefferson Cnty, Alabama

  4. Robert London: Birth: 1 SEP 1850 in Wilmington, New Hanover Cnty, North Carolina. Death: 12 DEC 1892 in Birmingham, Jefferson Cnty, Alabama

  5. William Hunter London: Birth: 24 AUG 1852 in Wilmington, New Hanover Cnty, North Carolina. Death: 26 JUN 1853 in Wilmington, New Hanover Cnty, North Carolina

  6. Anne Hunter London: Birth: 22 AUG 1854 in Wilmington, New Hanover Cnty, North Carolina. Death: 20 DEC 1932 in Darien, Fairfield Cnty, Connecticut


Family
Marriage: Children:
  1. Eliza Wright London: Birth: 11 SEP 1861 in Wilmington, New Hanover County, North Carolina. Death: 15 DEC 1942 in Raleigh, Wake County, North Carolina

  2. Albert London: Birth: 15 AUG 1868 in Wilmington, New Hanover County, North Carolina. Death: 16 MAY 1869 in Wilmington, New Hanover County, North Carolina


Notes
a. Note:   xtracted by Ida Brooks Kellam, pub.1865 (page 78)
  Marriage to Rachel Jane Troy from North Carolina Marriages and Deaths 1826-1845 by Carrie L. Broughton, pub.1968, pg 256
 Marriage and Death Notices from Wilmington, NC Newspapers 1860-1865 by Sammons, pg 133, marriage date, place, to Emily B. Jones
  1850 Census - Wilmington, New Hanover County, North Carolina, page 428B, family 4
 1860 Census - Wilmington, New Hanover County, North Carolina, Dwelling 1059
 1870 Census - City of Wilmington, New Hanover County, North Carolina (M593-roll 1151) page 156, Dwelling 995, family 1327)
 1880 NC census - Wilmington, New Hanover County, North Carolina T9-0974 pg75B SD 3 ED 143 Dwelling/Family 145/160
  Tales & Traditions of the Lower Cape Fear 1661-1896 by James Sprunt. Page VII has a list of supporters in 1835 of the Wilmington & Weldon RR "M. London a prominent member of the bar" .
  Mentioned in LDS North Carolina IGI fiche page 15, 289
 birth (B = 12MAR1991MT; E = 09JUL1991MT; S = 13AUG1991MT; BATCH/FILM # = F10905; SERIAL/SHEET = 0006)
 marriage (S = 12APR1991MT; BATCH/FILM # = F510905; SERIAL/SHEET = 006)
  Birth, marriage and death noted in London Family Bible, c.1848, in the possession of Helen London of Birmingham, Alabama, 1996
 Dictionary of Alabama Biography, c.1921 edited by Thomas Owen, Alexander Troy London
  Oakdale Cemetery records, Wilmington, NC 1880-1919 (Vol.II page 183)
  New Hanover County Abstracts of Wills: Contains wills from Will Book AB, Deed Book AB, Deed Book C; abstracted and compiled by Mae B. Graves, c1981: pg 62 John L. London noted as uncle
  6 June 2002: Cameron Art Gallery in Wilmington, NC has a beautiful portrait of Mauger London.
  E-mail from Troy W. Rogers, 9 Feb 2003: "Mauger London, possibly one of the six children of John London (1747-1816) and Ann Thorney Mauger (1774-1858) of Wilmington, NC married Rachel Troy of Oxmoor,Columbus County (Whiteville) NC. Rachel was born Mar. 25,1823 and was one of nine children of Alexander James Troy and Frances Eleanor Shipman. Do you have any information on this couple? Thanks, Troy W. Rogers" [email protected]
 Four generation chart created by Daniel W. Troy, Feb 19, 1917- copy from Troy W. Rogers (Mrs. James L. Rogers) 20 Feb 2003
  North Carolina Biographical Index http://www.lib.unc.edu/ncc/ncc_bio/ncc_bio_public_action.html
 London, Mauger (1812 - 1894) Source: Hewlett, Crockette W. and Leora H. McEachern, Attorneys of New Hanover County, 1724-1978. Wilmington, N.C.: 1979. Source Number: 508 Page(s): 90 Portrait: N
 Call Number: CBo H61a1
  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. No sources noted.
  Birmingham Public Library Digital Collections : http://bplonline.cdmhost.com/u?/p4017coll8,1530 - History of Birmingham and its Environs , v.2 : Alexander Troy London, pg 200-201
  Eastern North Carolina Digital Library : Memoirs of an octogenarian
 Bellamy, John Dillard, 1853-1942
 http://digital.lib.ecu.edu/historyfiction/fullview.aspx?id=moo
 Mauger London
 A contemporary of Mr. Wright, and of nearly the same age, was Mauger London. Mr. London was a very able man and the most astute lawyer I ever knew. He possessed a very fine legal mind and was indeed a very great common-law lawyer. Neither he nor his rival, Mr. Wright, possessed any eloquence as a speaker, but both had the same clear, terse and forcible power of expression which carried conviction. Chief-Justice Pearson on one occasion, inquiring of his friend, Mr. London, said: “London was a fine lawyer and possessed that rare faculty called horse-sense and it was a pleasure to have him present an argument to the court with such pith and force.” Mr. London had two sons, Alexander T. and John, who practiced law at this Bar for a short time and then moved to Alabama, where they both won great distinction as lawyers. Mr. London was always regarded as a very safe legal adviser and continued to practice until he was past eighty years of age. He was, however, a skeptic, had no political preference and was as free from sentiment as it is possible for one to be.
Note:   Birth/Baptism dates from St. James Church Historical Records 1737-1852 e


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