heir of his father in 1775.
Dicey's business continued at Bow Church Yard, London. Now patent medicines rather than printing.
An ad in The Cumberland Pacquet, April 22, 1777 shows Dicey business at Bow Church Yard, London, still selling Dr. Bateman's Pectoral Drops.
In 1779, Thomas is described as "of Stocks Hall near Jarington", Buckinghamshire (unidentified), as well as the owner of Claybrooke Hall.
Resident at Upper Tooting, Surrey, 1798-1800.
He was a vestryman of Bow church until c.1800 when he may have retired from business in London.
He died 21 Oct 1807, age 65 yrs.
He was bur in St. Peter's Church, Claybrooke Parva (opposite Claybrooke Hall).
Ann survived him.
See note, apparently to her, of possibly 1813, in [Hannah More papers, Harvard University].
She died 7 Aug 1831, age 84 yrs.
She was bur in St. Peter's Church, Claybrooke Parva.
They had issue:
Thomas Dicey, printer, listed at Market Hill, Northampton, on p.35 and p.36 of "A State of the Poll for Members of Parliament to represent the Town and Borough of Northampton", 1768.
This was voting for Northampton in the 1768 election.
Dicey's listed at Bow Church yard, London, in [Post Office Directory, 1808].
Grave of Anna and Emma Dicey, Claybrooke Parva church.
With epitaph by the religious writer Hannah More.
"Sweet Pair, from life, love, friendship snatched away. When your fair dawn announced so bright a day! Where now the hopes your blooming virtues raised? Where now each grace parental fondness praised?"
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