George Aislabie
(c 1630-1675)
Mary Mallory
John Aislabie


Family Links

1. Anne Rawlinson

2. Judith Vernon

John Aislabie 34

  • Born: 4 December 1670 395
  • Marriage (1): Anne Rawlinson on 2 June 1694 395
  • Marriage (2): Judith Vernon c 1713 395
  • Died: 18 June 1742 aged 71 399

bullet  General Notes:

Of Studley Park, Yorkshire. Chancellor of his Majesty's Exchequer. Educated at St. John's College (1687) and Trinity Hall, Cambridge (1692). Also had three daughters with Anne Rawlinson. Tragedy struck in January 1700 when his wife and a daughter perished in a fire at his house in Red Lion Square, London, reportedly begun by a servant to conceal the theft of some jewels. Aislable became treasurer of the Navy, followed by appointment to the privy council and the chancellorship of the exchequer on 20 March 1718. When the South Sea bubble burst his actions came under the close scrutiny of the Commons, and he was forced to resign on 23 January 1721. The report of the investigation into the South Sea Company came before the Commons on 8 March 1721. Aislabie's long defence of his conduct did not deflect the house from voting him guilty of 'most notorious, dangerous, and infamous corruption' in promoting the South Sea scheme and in profiting therefrom. He was duly expelled and ordered to be confined in the Tower. Upon his release he retired to Studeley Park.


John married Anne Rawlinson, daughter of Sir William Rawlinson and Unknown, on 2 June 1694.395 (Anne Rawlinson died in January 1700 in Red Lion Square, London 395.) The cause of her death was Perished in a fire.


John next married Judith Vernon, daughter of Sir Thomas Vernon and Anne Weston, c 1713.395 (Judith Vernon was born in 1676 398, christened on 11 May 1676 in St. Stephen, Coleman Street, London 398 and died c 1740 399.)

bullet  Noted events in their marriage were:

1. Marriage Licence: 25 April 1713. 399

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