Isaac Romilly

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Isaac Romilly (c.1710–1759) was an English businessman of Huguenot background, and a Fellow of the Royal Society.

He was the son of Etienne Romilly, a French migrant in London, and his wife Judith de Montsallier. His brother Peter was father of Samuel Romilly. He was in business with Samuel Fludyer and his brother Thomas.[1]

Romilly became a Fellow of the Royal Society in May 1757.[2] He died on 18 December 1759, aged 49, and was buried in St Bride's, Fleet Street.[1]


  1. ^ a b Agnew, David Carnegie Andrew (1871). Protestant Exiles from France in the Reign of Louis XIV, Or, the Huguenot Refugees and Their Descendants in Great Britain and Ireland. Reeves & Turner. p. 260.
  2. ^ The Gentleman's Magazine. E. Cave. 1818. p. 391.