Paternal Great Great Great Great Great Grandparents Jullion / Hughes

(born Isleworth) d. 1757.
Buried at Ealing in Middlesex.
Their son was John (iii) Jullion
born at Brentford in Middlesex 1734.
Possible sister - Christiana Charlotte Jullion
listed as marrying Alexander Corsen
New Brentford, Middlesex 19 May 1778

Description of John Jullion Clock pictured:

"A superb George II period London burr walnut longcase clock with 8 Day brass dial movement which strikes the hours on a single bell and the quarters on twelve bells. The finely matted brass dial has mask and foliate gilt corner spandrels with foliate spandrels and strike/silent in the arch. There is a subsidiary seconds dial and the maker's signature is on an arched disc set above six o'clock. The well proportioned arched top case has fine crossgrain mouldings and wonderfully figured burr walnut veneers."

John (ii) Jullion
b. 1701 in England d. 1774
Married c.1733
Buried at Ealing in Middlesex.
A John Jullion Clock
Height: 90 ins. (228.6 cm.) Circa: 1750
An apprenticeship story ...Click on the clock for historical details of one of John Jullion's apprentices.
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Dentist Jullion and the price of teeth ... in 1781, Paul Jullion of Gerrard Street in London was charging half a guinea for a single artificial tooth, and four times that for a human one.

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