Definition of Laceman. Meaning of Laceman. Synonyms of Laceman

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Definition of Laceman

Laceman
Laceman Lace"man, n.; pl. Lacemen. A man who deals in lace.

Meaning of Laceman from wikipedia

- son of William Elliot of Wells (1660-1728, known to posterity as the "Laceman", from his trade in gold-embroidered lace from which he made his fortune)...
- Ellot 24. Archibald Eliot 12. John Elliot (1627–1705) 6. William (The Laceman) Elliot (1660–1718) 52. George Johnstone 26. Robert Johnstone 13. Margaret...
- Place respectively. His paternal grandfather (another Thomas Gibson – a laceman and banker) was ****ociated with Sir Richard Arkwright’s commercialisation...
- married Charlotte Elliot (c.1692 - c.1753), the daughter of William 'the Laceman' Elliot (c.1690 - 1728) of Brugh and Wells, a rich London merchant, and...
- Atterbury Plot. Born on 12 November 1683, he was the son of John Layer, a laceman, of Durham Yard, The Strand, London and Anne his wife. He was brought up...
- was born in Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire, England, son of Joseph Grimes, a laceman, and his wife Esther. Towards the end of 1790 Grimes was appointed deputy...
- married Eleanora or Eleanor Elliot (died 1728), daughter of William 'the laceman' Elliot from London, of the Elliot family of Brugh and Wells, Roxburghshire...