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    John Anthony (1607 - bef.1655)
    Not the same as John Anthony of Portsmouth John Anthony, Esq. was a Gold Merchant in London, England. Inherited his father's estate, listed in his probated will. He followed his Anthony Family Gold Mer...
  • Source: https://www.ancestry.com/family-tree/person/tree/111701831/person/432250446811
    Francis Fisher, Draper (c.1568 - 1621)
    Biography== Francis Fisher was born circa 1568 in Westminster,London,England and was baptized on December 28, 1573 in Saint Margaret,Westminster,London,England. His parents were Robert Fisher and Frisw...
  • Noble Page (1721 - d.)
    Noble PageEngland Births and Christenings, 1538-1975* Birth: Dec 30 1721* Christening: Jan 15 1721 - Saint Anne Soho, Westminster, London, England* Parents: James Page, SarahMyHeritage Family Trees Joh...
  • Henry John Griffin (deceased)
    Kinder : Thomas Griffin, Mary Catherine Griffin, Alice Griffin, Anne Griffin, Robert Griffin, James Griffin, Leah Griffin, Maria Griffin, Susan Griffin, Eva Dora Griffin, Harold Victor Griffin, Elizabe...
  • Robert Luce (c.1511 - 1556)
    Frances Luce was the daughter of Robert Luce or Lucy (c.1511-c.1557), a London leatherseller, and his wife Katherine (d.1558). * A Who’s Who of Tudor Women

Merchants of London including trades persons, stall holders and importers to London.

These people tended to keep to their trades, marry withing their community and business interests. They passed on the businesses to sons or sons in law.

Genealogy by association proves most helpful and as we go further back in time, we find the connections stronger within trades or industries.

Please also add merchants to the Merchants project here https://www.geni.com/projects/Merchants/25490

An example of why we need to work on associations: Just about every one of my pioneer grandfathers is named George, and every George seems to be already spoken for, to make the leap back to their homeland and family, associations, occupations, middle names, their childrens' names and all likely possibilities need to be investigated.