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Researching John Laing esq who is buried in the graveyard of St Michael Horton with his first wife Lydia Whitefoord and infant daughter Adelaide. John Laing, b1798, was the son of a coffee planter from Jamaica, David Laing, of Scottish descent from Newton in Midlothian, who returned to England in 1800 and died in London that year. John Laing died in Brighton Sussex in 1869. What was their connection with Horton? See also enquiries under Bailey, Whiteford Bailey, Gosset, Gardiner etc. John Laing's younger brother was the Reverend David Laing, b1800, who was responsible for the building of Holy Trinity church at Haverstock Hill London and was founder of the Governesses' Benevolent Institution.

Posted Revised Dec 2016
Horton, Buckinghamshire


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