Aaron RATHBONE (??-1616), mathmetician & map maker, born circa 1572, died London 1616? (Source: Musgrave's Obit.)
Parentage and baptism of Ann RATHBONE born circa 1840 in Pimlico, London/Middlesex; niece of William Howard & Ann CLARK.
Charles RATHBURN (c1930- ), thought to have been born in Hounslow, Middlesex, son of Charles Sutton RATHBONE (1896-1967) from Mold, North Wales.
James RATHBON, barber & peruke-maker, in the parish of St Bartholomew the Great, London circa 1717.
James RATHBONE (c1777-1863) born in Bermondsey or Limehouse;
and could have been the son of a John RATHBONE.
Occupation: waterman / lighterman (until after 1851), fellowship porter (1861). Bound apprentice to William SANSBURY of Limehouse St Anne in 1791.
He married Elizabeth MORRIS at Stepney St Dunstan in 1802.
John Bradley RATHBONE who married Caroline Lee in 1845 at Spitalfields,
Stepney. and is thought to have lived in Shoreditch.
Father of John Bradley RATHBONE and James William RATHBONE.
Joseph RATHBONE (c1834-<1881), rockinghorse maker of Shoreditch.
Thomas RATHBONE, apprenticed to T(homas?) HUGHES, waterman, from 1759 to 1766.
Thomas RATHBORN, born Islington circa 1827, son of Richard RATHBORN.
William RATHBONE born circa 1830/32. Apprenticed to a waterman, Joseph Wright TURNLEY in London St Olave's on 14 May 1857 until 9 January 1866.
Ralph RATHBOURNE fletcher, wife=Agnes, living during the reign of King Henry VIII.
Richard RATHBONE(??-1623), chirurgion (surgeon)of the ship, "Bull".....bound for the East Indies, thought to have died in 1623, leaving a Will.
RAWBONE, RATHBORN, RATHBONE families in Clerkenwell, 1800-1880
William RAWBONE (c1831- ) born Hackney; occupation: paperhanger
(1871), married 185? Sophia nee ? - born Chiddingstone, Kent.
children: Ellen RAWBONE (c 1857), Anne RAWBONE (c 1859), William RAWBONE (c 1862), Charlie RAWBONE (c 1866).
By 1871, the family were living in Warwickshire.
I would be interested to hear from anyone research RAWBONE particularly
in the area of Southwark, Newington & Walworth (London/Surrey) - or,
for that matter, anywhere in London, at any time.