Birth: 1786 - Circa
Place or Registered Place of Birth: Tamworth, Staffordshire
Baptism: 20 March 1786
Place of Baptism:Tamworth, Staffordshire
Death: 7 June 1834 - 4 July 1834
Place or Registered Place of Death:Tamworth, Staffordshire
Father: Thomas Bradley Paget
Mother: Mary Warren
Spouse(s): Elizabeth Paget
Date of Marriage: 24 August 1809
Place or Registered Place of Marriage: St Mary The Virgin, Lambeth, London, Middlesex
John Warren Paget was a Barrister at law and Publisher of The Law Advertiser - later the Law Journal which commenced publication in 1822. It comprised a weekly publication of Reports in all the Courts, together with a Digest of all the Cases, a supplement to Burn's Justice and an abridgment of every Act of Parliament.
The Will of John Warren Paget
I John Warren Paget of 27 Quality Court, Chancery Lane Barrister at Law do hereby by this my last will and testament give an bequeath to my two daughters Elizabeth Paget spinster and Sarah Streeton wife of the Rev. Edward C. Streeton Clerk of the Parish of Richmond in the County of Surrey to be equally divided between them the whole of my personal and real property of any kind or sort whatsoever after the payment of my just and lawful debts and so hereby appoint my son-in-law the Revd. Edward C. Streeton abovementioned sole executor of this my will and testament witness my hand this seventh day of June in the year of our Lord 1834 - Jno Warren Paget
The will was proved at London on the 4th July 1834.
Jackson's Oxford Journal (Oxford, England), Saturday, September 9, 1809; Issue 2941
Married. - At St. Mary's, Lambeth, Mr. John Warren Paget, of Cumberford Hall, near Tamworth, Staffordshire, to Elizabeth Paget, second daughter of the Rev. William Paget, deceased, late of Totteridge Green, Herts, and Rector of North Wingfield, Derbyshire.
The Times, Tuesday, Dec 21, 1824; pg. 2; Issue 12529; col E
Burglary. - Information was yesterday given at the police-office, Hatton-garden, of a daring burglary committed on Saturday night, or early on Sunday morning, in the house of John Warren Paget, Esq., 23, John-street, Bedford-row. Lloyd, one of the most active officers of the establishment, was deputed to inspect the premises, to ascertain the amount of the loss, and make what observations and inquiries were necessary. It appears that the thieves got over the wall of St. John's chapel, crossed the next yard, and with a centre-bit cut a whole in the back kitchen-window of Mr. Paget's house, undid the fastenings, and entered. They ransacked the kitchen, parlour and drawing-room, broke open every cupboard, drawer, &c, and carried off several articles of plate, table-linen, wearing apparel, and other things; they also unlocked the wine-cellar, but took nothing; and from the number of valuable articles they left behind, it is supposed their principle object was the plate.
Deed of co-partnership relating to ownership of The Law Journal, formerly owned and edited by John Warren Paget of Quality Court, Chancery Lane, London, who bequeathed his estate to his daughters, Elizabeth Paget and Sarah, wife of the Rev Henry Thomas Streeten of Richmond. Streeten and Paget agree to continue publishing the journal for 14 years. 6 April 1835.
John Warren Paget