YOUNGMAN, John Mallows

1816 - 1899

John Mallows Youngman, was born at Bailey's Lane, Saffron Walden, Essex on 2 July and baptised on 8 December 1816, son of George Youngman (18 April 1792-22 March 1863), a bookseller, and his first wife Frances née Searle, who married at St Margaret's, Westminster in October 1815 and died in November 1817, his second wife was Elizabeth née Cleaver (1805-15 January 1879), who married on 30 August 1825. In 1851, John was a 34 year old landscape painter and bookseller, living at Market Place, Saffron Walden with a 24 year old house servant, Mary Ann Abraham, born Harlow, Essex. A landscape painter and etcher, who attended Henry Sass's (1788-1844) Academy in 1836, and was elected an Associate of the New Society of Painters in Water Colour in 1841, but resigned in 1846. He exhibited from 1834 and exhibited at the Suffolk Fine Arts Association at Ipswich in 1850, two watercolours 'A Wheat Field' and 'The Two Mills' and published 'Gleanings from Nature: A Series of Twelve Etchings' (1874). He married at Pentonville, London on 2 September 1856, Mary Ann Hinchliff (16 May 1833-10 January 1919) and in 1861, a 44 year old bookseller, stationer & printer, living at Market End, Saffron Walden, with his 27 year old wife Mary Ann, born Chelsea, London with two children George Mallows 3, who later took holy orders, and Annie Mary 2, both born at Saffron Walden. About 1871 they moved to London and in 1881, a 64 year old, 'income from investments', living at Notting Hill Terrace, Kensington with his 47 year old wife Mary Ann, and his two children with Annie Mary, then a student at the Royal Academy. John Mallows Youngman died at 23 Russell Road, Kensington, London on 19 January 1899.

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