Thomas Marriott (d.1775)
Thomas Marriott was a baker of Norton Folgate, London. Marriott and his wife Webster (d.1772) were among the earliest members of the Foundry Society and he was on the first list of select members in 1744.
The Marriotts' son William (1753-1815) was a wealthy stockbroker and a devout Methodist who gave away large sums to charity
The noted Wesleyan minister Alexander Mather served as an apprentice to Thomas Marriott and was converted during that time.
Source: George John Stevenson, City Road Chapel, London, and its Associations, Historical, Biographical, and Memorial (1872), 572-574.