|1794 at Southwark, Surrey, England.|
|1794 at Maze Pond Baptist Church, Southwark|
|1853 at Stepney|
|Mary Jane Lister (1809-1886) on 11 September 1830 at St Nicholas Olave, London.|
|Mary Luntley (1831-)|
|Eliza Luntley (1832-)|
|Philip James Luntley jnr (1834-1896)|
|Josiah Luntley (1835-)|
|Emily Jane Luntley (1837-)|
|Harriet Hannah Luntley (1839-1839)|
|Donalda Anne Luntley (1840-)|
|Alice Luntley (1845-1888)|
|Henrietta Luntley (1848-)|
|Washington Luntley (1850-1917)|
In December 1828, the partnership of Philip James Luntley and Thomas Milner, wholesale druggists of Bread-street-hill, was dissolved at the Bankrupts' Court, Basinghall-street.
In 1841 Philip (oil refiner) and Mary Jane were living at Vansittart House, Greenwich with a governess and two servants. [The History of Greenwich says
On 12th July 1944 a V1 flying bomb glided into a terrace in Greenwich High Road (the former Vansittart Terrace, a handsome Georgian row, now replaced by the National Tyres site) and in a moment reduced nine houses to a pile of rubble.]
In 1851 Philip was a druggist and the family was living in 4 Sydney St, Stepney, with a governess and a servant.
After Philip’s death, Mary Jane returned to Scarborough.