|20 June 1815 in St Albans, Hertfordshire, England.|
|27 May 1868 at St Albans.|
|John Lewis (1789-1868), excise officer.|
|Ann Cox (1781-1832)|
|Mary Ann Cox (1819-1849) in 1838|
|Ann Lewis (1841-)|
|George Lewis (1841-)|
|Thomas C Lewis (1844-)|
|Henry Lewis (1846-1920)|
|Clara Browne (1827-1891) on 9 October 1851 at St Paul, Caton, Lancashire. Married by Rev Edward Thurtell.|
|William Lewis (1852-1906)(veterinary surgeon) (m. 1872 Elizabeth |
|Clara Lewis (1853-1944) (m. George Henry Hallett)|
|Herbert L Lewis (1855-1922)|
|Arthur Lewis (1856-1934)|
|Laura Lewis (1857-)|
|Walter Lewis (1864-)|
|Fanny Lewis (1864-1935) (m. Walter John Hallett)|
Mayor of St Albans, 1856, opened the Corn Exchange.
Lived (1852) Chequer St. St. Albans,Herts.
Lived (1861) St Alban St Peter, Herts.
Died leaving 9 children, 3 by his former wife - (see letter)
When John Lewis died, E S Wiles took over his seat on St Albans council.
When John Lewis was born on June 20, 1815, in Rickmansworth, Hertfordshire, England, his father, John, was 25 and his mother, Ann, was 34. He married Mary-Ann Cox and they had four children together. He then married Clara Browne and they had seven children together. He died on May 27, 1868, in Hertford, Hertfordshire, England, at the age of 52.