William Coningham

Born: In:  Londonderry, Northern Ireland
Died:Feb 2 1826 In:  London
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Ellen Maria Coningham (born Harrock)
His wife
Ellen Hamilton Coningham
His daughter
Walter Coningham
His son
Frederick Coningham
His son
Elizabeth Dasent (born Coningham)
His daughter
John Coningham
His son
Ann Frances Coningham (born Horsfall)
His wife
Lieut-Gen. Henry Coningham
His son
William Coningham
His son
<Private> Coningham
His child
John Coningham
His father
Jean Coningham (born Boyle)
His mother
Mary Coningham
His sister
John Coningham
His brother
Walter Coningham
His brother
Robert Coningham
His brother
Walter Coningham
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1767 Coningham & Kensington, Merchants, Dowgate Hill (The Universal Pocket Companion 1767 pp121)

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1782 Mr William Coningham of No. 13, Sherburne Lane, Lombard Street (The Times 13 Jan 1782)

{paying annuities' interest for Corporation of City of Dublin}

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1789 William Coningham of City Chambers (The Times 24th Jan 1789)

{signatory to a motion agreed at the London Tavern to William Pitt from "Merchants, Bankers and Traders of the City of London"}

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1790 Marriage of William Coningham, Esq. of City Chambers to Miss Horsfall, daughter of Col. Horsfall of Blackheath (The European Magazine and London Review 1790 pp.317)

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1794 Conningham Wm. Mercht. 13, Sherborn lane, Lombard street (Kent's Directory for the Year 1794. Cities of London and Westminster, & Borough of Southwark)

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1795 William Coningham, of Sherborne-Lane, London, merchant (Before the most noble and right honourable the Lords commissioners of High Court of Appeals for Prizes, Great Britain. High Court of Admiralty - Prize law)

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1798 Messrs Kensington & Coningham, City Chambers, 121, Bishopsgate Street

{paying annuities' interest for Corporation of City of Dublin}

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1798 Wm. Coningham, Esq. (The Times 2 April 1798)

{subscriber of 5'5'0 to General Committee for the Relief of Distressed Watch and Clock Makers}

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1804 William Coningham, Esq. or William Coningham, Merchant, in London (Minutes of Evidence before the Parlimentary Enquiry into Circulating Paper and Coin of Ireland 1804 pp55-57)

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1810 William Coningham, Esq. (Minutes of Evidence before the Parlimentary Enquiry into Gold Bullion 1810 pp189-194)

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13 June 1814 William Cuningham (sic Coningham), late of Herebirne (sic Sherburn) Lane, London, merchant, now of Gower St., St. Giles in the fields, co. M'sex named as one of surviving trustees of marriage settlement (National Archives 2089/4/4/8)

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1817 Wm. Coningham (The Times 31 Jan 1817)

{chaired a meeting at the London Tavern on 27 Dec 1815 to subscribe to support "Poor Irish Labourers" at the Port of London}

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1824 William Coningham, Esq. of 8, Upper Gower Street (Boyle's Court Guide April 1824 pp223)

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2 Feb 1826 W. Coningham, Esq. of Upper Gower St. died (The Gentleman's Magazine 1826 pp187)
1758 Coningham and Kensington Listed in A Compleat Guide to All Persons Who Have Any Trade or Concerns Within the City of London, and Parts Adjacent. 7th. edn., 1758. London Printed for C. Hitch and L. Hawes, R. Baldwin, J. Rivington and J. Fletcher, and T. Longman in Pater-noster Row; J. Rivington in St. Paul's Churchyard; and S. Crowder, Near London Bridge.1758 Coningham and Kensington Listed in A Compleat Guide to All Persons Who Have Any Trade or Concerns Within the City of London, and Parts Adjacent. 8th. edn., 1760. London Printed for C. Hitch, L. Hawes, R. Baldwin, T. Longman, J. Rivington, and S. Crowder. Coningham and Kensington Listed in The Universal Pocket Companion. 3rd edn., 1760. London Printed for C. Hitch, L. Hawkes, R. Baldwin, G. Keith, & J. Rivington 1763 Coningham & Kensington Listed in The Compleat Compting-House Companion; or, Young Merchant and Tradesman's True Guide ... Compiled by a Society of Merchants and Tradesmen, 1763. London Printed by W. Johnston 1767 Coningham & Kensington, Merchants, Dowgate Hill (The Universal Pocket Companion 1767 pp121) 1782 Mr William Coningham of No. 13, Sherburne Lane, Lombard Street (The Times 13 Jan 1782) {paying annuities' interest for Corporation of City of Dublin} 1789 William Coningham of City Chambers (The Times 24th Jan 1789) {signatory to a motion agreed at the London Tavern to William Pitt from "Merchants, Bankers and Traders of the City of London"} 1790 Messrs Kensington and Coningham of City Chambers, 121 Bishopgate, Lodnon (London Gazette 12 Jan 1790) {paying annuities' interest for Corporation of City of Dublin} 1790 Marriage of William Coningham, Esq. of City Chambers to Miss Horsfall, daughter of Col. Horsfall of Blackheath (The European Magazine and London Review 1790 pp.317) 1791 Messrs Kensington and Coningham of City Chambers, 121 Bishopgate, London (London Gazette 15 Jan 1790) {paying annuities' interest for Corporation of City of Dublin} 1791 Notice is hereby given, That the Partnership of Charles Kensington and William Coningham was dissolved by mutual Consent on the 25th Day of October last. Cha. Kensington & Wm. Coningham. (London Gazette 11 Oct 1791) 1791 William Coningham Subscribed to Voyages And Travels of an Indian Interpreter And Trader, describing The Manners and Customs of the North American Indians; with An Account Of The Posts situated on The River Saint Laurence, Lake Ontario, &c. to which is added, A Vocabulary of The Chippeway Language. Names of Furs and Skins, in English and French. A List Of Words in the Iroquois, Mohegan, Shawanee, and Esquimeaux Tongues, and a table, shewing The Analogy between the Algonkin and Chippeway Languages., 1791, LONG, John. London, Oxford, Bath Subject: voyages 1792 Mr William Coningham of No. 13, Sherburne Lane, Lombard Street (London Gazette 12 July 1792) {paying annuities' interest for Corporation of City of Dublin} 1793 Mr William Coningham of No. 13, Sherburne Lane, Lombard Street (London Gazette 9 July 1793)

{paying annuities' interest for Corporation of City of Dublin} 13 Aug 1794 Times advertisment for the return of an "indented black servant lad, named Toney, aged about 19 or 20 years" absconded from his master's service at Cheltenham and offers "A reward of TEN POUNDS will be paid to any person who shall apprehend, and deliver him, to Mr. Coningham, Sherborne Lane, London; or lodge him in any Gaol in this Kingdom, and give notice thereof as above." 1794 Conningham Wm. Mercht., 13, Sherborn lane, Lombard street (Kent's Directory for the Year 1794. Cities of London and Westminster, & Borough of Southwark) 1795 William Coningham, of Sherborne-Lane, London, merchant (Before the most noble and right honourable the Lords commissioners of High Court of Appeals for Prizes, Great Britain. High Court of Admiralty - Prize law) 1796 Mr William Coningham of No. 13, Sherburne Lane, Lombard Street (London Gazette 19 July 1796) {paying annuities' interest for Corporation of City of Dublin} William Coningham Subscribed to Jones's English system of Book-keeping, by single or double entry, 1796, JONES, Edward Thomas. Bristol Subject: commerce 1797 Mr William Coningham of No. 13, Sherburne Lane, Lombard Street (London Gazette 11 July 1797) {paying annuities' interest for Corporation of City of Dublin} 1798 Messrs Kensington & Coningham, City Chambers, 121, Bishopsgate Street {paying annuities' interest for Corporation of City of Dublin} 1798 Wm. Coningham, Esq. (The Times 2 April 1798) {subscriber of 5'5'0 to General Committee for the Relief of Distressed Watch and Clock Makers} 1799 Mr William Coningham of No. 2, Great St Helens, Bishopgate Street, London (London Gazette 9 July 1804) {paying annuities' interest for Corporation of City of Dublin} 16 Nov 1802 Insured: William Coningham 2 Great St Helens merchant Other property or occupiers: Mr Ogles Warehouse, Ralphs Quay Lower Thames Street (National Archives MS 11936/427/740317 Sun Alliance) 1804 William Coningham, Esq. or William Coningham, Merchant, in London (Minutes of Evidence before the Parlimentary Enquiry into Circulating Paper and Coin of Ireland 1804 pp55-57) 1804 Mr William Coningham of No. 18, Union Court, Old Broad Street (London Gazette 24 July 1804) {paying annuities' interest for Corporation of City of Dublin} 1805 Mr William Coningham of No. 18, Union Court, Old Broad Street (London Gazette 23 July 1805) {paying annuities' interest for Corporation of City of Dublin} 1806 Mr William Coningham of No. 18, Union Court, Old Broad Street (London Gazette 2 July 1806)

{paying annuities' interest for Corporation of City of Dublin} 1808 Mr William Coningham of No. 2, Great St Helens (London Gazette 2 Aug 1808) {paying annuities' interest for Corporation of City of Dublin} 1809 Mr William Coningham of No. 2, Great St Helens (London Gazette 1 Aug 1809) {paying annuities' interest for Corporation of City of Dublin} 1810 William Coningham, Esq. (Minutes of Evidence before the Parlimentary Enquiry into Gold Bullion 1810 pp189-194) 1812 Mr William Coningham of No. 2, Great St Helens {paying annuities' interest for Corporation of City of Dublin} (London Gazette 28 July 1812) 13 June 1814 William Cuningham (sic Coningham), late of Herebirne (sic Sherburn) Lane, London, merchant, now of Gower St., St. Giles in the fields, co. M'sex named as one of surviving trustees of marriage settlement (National Archives 2089/4/4/8) 1815 William Coningham, Great St Helens {Name of members of the United Company of Merchants of England, trading to the East Indies - with one vote through their captial stock} 1817 Mr William Coningham of No. 2, Great St Helens {paying annuities' interest for Corporation of City of Dublin}

{paying annuities' interest for Corporation of City of Dublin} (The Times 2 Feb 1821) 1822 William Coningham is named as one of the members of Society for registery of shipping in Lloyd's Register of Shipping? 1824 William Coningham, Esq. of 8, Upper Gower Street (Boyle's Court Guide April 1824 pp223) 15 December 1824 William Coningham, Great St Helens, merchant - security of £200 for Mrs Sarah McIntire with Thomas Greg, Warnford Court merchant. (FIBISIndia Office ) 1825 William Coningham, Great St Helens{Name of members of the United Company of Merchants of England, trading to the East Indies - with two votes through their captial stock (2000 pounds)} 2 Feb 1826 W. Coningham, Esq. of Upper Gower St. died (The Gentleman's Magazine 1826 pp187) "Albion Fire and Life Office, April 29, 1826. General Court of Proprietors of the Albion Fire and Life Insurance Company will be held at the Company's House, in New Bridge-street, on Thursday the Ist of June next, at one o'clock in the afternoon precisely, for the election of a Director for the remainder of the current year, in the place of the late William Coningham, Esq. deceased. The ballot will be opened at one and closed at three o'clock precisely. Warner Phipps, Secretary" (London Gazetter 29 April 1826) 25th Feb 1808 Marriage to Ellen Maria Harrock and witnessed by Harrock and Lyndon Evelyn NB "Thomas Jefferson, Julian Parks Boyd, Lyman ... - 1950: 548 "received from my friends C. Kensington & W. Coningham of London to whom the article was consigned: it was 42 Bales of Cotton Wool I ... to us alone: that they receive the same commodities from Ostend and elsewhere, that their merchants go there to buy them up...." The Papers of Thomas Jefferson

1767 Coningham & Kensington, Merchants, Dowgate Hill (The Universal Pocket Companion 1767 pp121)

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1782 Mr William Coningham of No. 13, Sherburne Lane, Lombard Street (The Times 13 Jan 1782)

{paying annuities' interest for Corporation of City of Dublin}

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1789 William Coningham of City Chambers (The Times 24th Jan 1789)

{signatory to a motion agreed at the London Tavern to William Pitt from "Merchants, Bankers and Traders of the City of London"}

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1790 Marriage of William Coningham, Esq. of City Chambers to Miss Horsfall, daughter of Col. Horsfall of Blackheath (The European Magazine and London Review 1790 pp.317)

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1794 Conningham Wm. Mercht. 13, Sherborn lane, Lombard street (Kent's Directory for the Year 1794. Cities of London and Westminster, & Borough of Southwark)

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1795 William Coningham, of Sherborne-Lane, London, merchant (Before the most noble and right honourable the Lords commissioners of High Court of Appeals for Prizes, Great Britain. High Court of Admiralty - Prize law)

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1798 Messrs Kensington & Coningham, City Chambers, 121, Bishopsgate Street

{paying annuities' interest for Corporation of City of Dublin}

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1798 Wm. Coningham, Esq. (The Times 2 April 1798)

{subscriber of 5'5'0 to General Committee for the Relief of Distressed Watch and Clock Makers}

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1804 William Coningham, Esq. or William Coningham, Merchant, in London (Minutes of Evidence before the Parlimentary Enquiry into Circulating Paper and Coin of Ireland 1804 pp55-57)

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1810 William Coningham, Esq. (Minutes of Evidence before the Parlimentary Enquiry into Gold Bullion 1810 pp189-194)

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13 June 1814 William Cuningham (sic Coningham), late of Herebirne (sic Sherburn) Lane, London, merchant, now of Gower St., St. Giles in the fields, co. M'sex named as one of surviving trustees of marriage settlement (National Archives 2089/4/4/8)

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1817 Wm. Coningham (The Times 31 Jan 1817)

{chaired a meeting at the London Tavern on 27 Dec 1815 to subscribe to support "Poor Irish Labourers" at the Port of London}

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1824 William Coningham, Esq. of 8, Upper Gower Street (Boyle's Court Guide April 1824 pp223)

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2 Feb 1826 W. Coningham, Esq. of Upper Gower St. died (The Gentleman's Magazine 1826 pp187)
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