Adam Lymburner Delisser: 1824-1893

Adam Lymburn Delisser was born 10 May 1824, the eldest son of Alexander Delisser and Deborah Crawford and was baptised in the Parish of Saint Pancras, in the County of Middlesex, England, 9 June 1824.

Adam is the father of Charles Harry Norman Lymburner and 8 siblings and 1 possible half brother and the grandfather of Annie Norma Lymburner.

Adam Lymburn Delisser

Adam Lymburner Delisser

Baptism of Adam Lymburner Delisser 1824

Source: London Metropolitan Archives, St Pancras, Register of Baptism, p90/pan1, Item 014. Ancestry.com. London, England, Church of England Births and Baptisms, 1813-1906.
Original data: Board of Guardian Records, 1834-1906 and Church of England Parish Registers, 1754-1906. London Metropolitan Archives, London


Adam was requested to change his name from Delisser according to the will of his great grand maternal uncle Adam Lymburner the brother of Agnes Crawford (nee Lymburner). Adam snr. died in January 1836 and his great grand nephew changed his name two months later, in February 1836.

Excerpt from the WILL OF ADAM LYMBURNER

“I give and bequeath to my great grand nephew Adam Lymburner Delisser the sum of sixteen thousand pounds three percent consolidate annuities of the stock standing in my name in the Books of the Governor and a Company of the Bank of England and as my said great grand nephew is an infant the said sum is to be held by my Executors hereinafter named or any two of them and or any two trustees to be then appointed by them by a deed or writing under their hand and seal signed before and attested by two witnesses to hold that said sum in Trust for the benefit of my said great grand nephew until he attains the age of twenty one years and to receive the interest or dividend of the said sum of three per cent consolidated annuities when and as they become but due and I authorize my said Trustees to pay out of the dividends as they receive them such sum and sums as they may seem proper and necessary for the maintenance and education of my said great grand nephew until he shall attain the age of twenty one years and the surplus of the dividends after the allowances for the maintenance and education of my said great grand nephew to be invested in the Consolidated Government Annuities but this bequest to and in favour of my said great grand nephew Adam Lymburner Delisser is made on the express condition that within twelve months after my decease or within twelve months after this condition is notified to him my great grand nephew and to his father Alexander Delisser that they or either of them shall apply to the King and obtain his permission that he my great grand nephew shall be permitted to use for himself and his heirs the sole surname of Lymburner but if he or his father shall refuse or decline or neglect to apply for and obtain the Kings permission for my said great grand nephew to have and use for himself and his heirs the surname solely of Lymburner within the time specified or if my said great grand nephew shall happen to die before he has attained the age of twenty one years in either of these cases I desire and order that the said sum of sixteen thousand pounds three per cent consolidated annuities and all of dividends which may have been added thereto by the Trustees aforesaid shall be transferred and paid to and in favour of the children of my niece Agnes Mathie wife of Hugh Mathie Merchant in Liverpool that are then alive share and share alike……

(Wouldn’t you like to have been a fly on the wall when this will was read out!?)

Lymburner Adam 1836 Will London England (3)

Source:  Public Record Office of London. (PROB 11/1856)


 The London Gazette, Tuesday, March 1, 1836

Whitehall, February 17, 1836.
The King has been pleased to grant unto Alexander Delisser, of Woburn-place, in the parish of St George, Bloomsbury, in the county of Middlesex, surgeon, His royal licence and authority, that Adam Lymburner Delisser, his eldest son, a minor, may (in compliance with an injunction contained in the last will and testament of his maternal great uncle, Adam Lymburner, late of Bernard-Street, Russell Square, in the said county, Esq deceased) relinquish the name Delisser, and henceforth take and use the surname of Lymburner only.
And also to command, that the said royal concession and declaration be registered in His Majesty’s College of Arms, otherwise to be void and of none effect.

 Delisser Adam Lymburner 1836 Mar 1 The London Gazette change of name to Delisser pg403
 Delisser Adam Lymburner 1836 Mar 1 The London Gazette change of name to Delisser pg404

Source: The Gazette online at – https://www.thegazette.co.uk

(For the purpose of clarity on this website, references to Adam Lymburn Delisser will now be Adam Lymburner Lymburner.)

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7 Responses to Adam Lymburner Delisser: 1824-1893

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  2. luvviealex says:

    Lymburner is such an interesting name isn’t it? Does it relate to an occupation do you think?

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    • Jenny MacKay says:

      The name was originally Limeburner, Alex, and the story goes that during Charles II reign, they changed the name by dropping two letters, hence the I and e have gone, replacing with a y. 🙂

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  4. paula delisser says:

    I would love to hear from anyone knowing where the Delissers originates from. I don’t know any details of my ancestors. I see a lot of delissers nowadays and wondering if am related to them. My grandfather is george hugh delisser now deceased from july 19,1997. He used to lived in london england with his wife gwendolyn delisser now deceased too. Anyone knowing anything about his please leave a emal to shawndelisser@gmail.com. Thank you

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