Amendments to Oxford DNB

Luttrell, Henry Lawes

First entry in Godwin diary (1788-1836 only): 
Wednesday, 1 January, 1000

HENRY LAWES LUTTRELL 1737-1821
SUGGESTED ADDITION perhaps before the sentence beginning "Luttrell's personal unpopularity" <The Memoirs of Miss Arabella Bolton(1770) accused him of opium date rape, and neglect of parental responsibility towards a daughter who only lived 13 months, that he fathered on a gardener's daughter, Arabella Bolton, while he was a student at Oxford.>
CURRENT TEXT "survived by his wife and his only known child, a natural son, Henry Luttrell(1768-1851)"

Jukes, Francis

First entry in Godwin diary (1788-1836 only): 
Wednesday, 1 January, 1000

FRANCIS JUKES 1745-1812
CURRENT TEXT "Ryland that January."
SUGGESTED CHANGE <Ryland that January. (In the Society of Artists catalogue the exhibitor was listed as J Jukes. The prints were after Chatelin (DNB 1710-1759), and a James Jukes had married Frances Chatelain at St Anne Soho on 31 May 1778.)>
CURRENT TEXT "He died in 1812, probably in March."

Carey, William Paulet

First entry in Godwin diary (1788-1836 only): 
Wednesday, 1 January, 1000

WILLIAM PAULET CAREY 1759-1839
CURRENT TEXT "became an engraver."
SUGGESTED CHANGE <In London in 1784 he worked for *John Raphael Smith*, producing two stipple engravings after *Thomas Rowlandson*.>
CURRENT TEXT "after getting into trouble with this society in 1793, Carey fled to Philadelphia,"
SUGGESTED CHANGE <In 1794 in order to avoid prosecution himself for publishing 'Address to the volunteers' by *William Drennan* he became a witness for the prosecution in Drennan's trial for sedition, and subsequently fled to Philadelphia,>

Flaxman, John

First entry in Godwin diary (1788-1836 only): 
Wednesday, 1 January, 1000

AMENDMENTS TO OXFORD DNB:
JOHN FLAXMAN (1755-1826)
CURRENT TEXT "his marriage in 1782 to Ann Denman"
SUGGESTED CHANGE <his marriage at St Anne's Soho on 6th June 1781 to Ann Denman>
January 2015 the DNB has adopted my suggested change but not credited me in the references

Lofft, Capel

First entry in Godwin diary (1788-1836 only): 
Wednesday, 1 January, 1000

SOCIETY FOR CONSTITUTIONAL INFORMATION: Capel Lofft ("direct to Mr Dilly's in the Poultry") original member 1780 later of Queen Square Bloomsbury, took on Suffolk for SCI tract distribution, 8.12.1785 his guest Mr Kent at SCI dinner
AMENDMENTS TO OXFORD DNB:  CAPEL LOFFT 1751-1824
CURRENT TEXT "his second wife, Sarah Watson, daughter of John Finch"
SUGGESTED CHANGE <his second wife, Sarah Watson(1780-1855), daughter of Joseph Finch>

Keating, George

First entry in Godwin diary (1788-1836 only): 
Wednesday, 1 January, 1000

GEORGE KEATING 1762-1842
CURRENT TEXT "Alicia (1782/3-1816),"
SUGGESTED CHANGE <Alicia nee Emsworth (1782/3-1816) whom he had married at St George Hanover Square on 12 September 1803, and>

Dawe, Philip

First entry in Godwin diary (1788-1836 only): 
Wednesday, 1 January, 1000

PHILIP DAWE 1745?-1809?
CURRENT TEXT "on 25 August 1745"
SUGGESTED CHANGE < on 25 August 1745, or the son of Philip Dawe, brazier of Rowes Court, and his wife, Sarah, baptised at St Mary Magdalen, Bermondsey on 4 September 1748.>
CURRENT TEXT "said to have died in 1809."
SUGGESTED CHANGE <said to have died in 1809, or he may have been the Philip Dawe aged 71 from St Pancras who was buried at St Marylebone on 8 December 1819.>

Gunning, Miss

First entry in Godwin diary (1788-1836 only): 
Monday, 9 April, 1804

miss Gunning 9.4.1804 adv at H Rowan's
See Plunket
ELIZABETH GUNNING (1769-1823)
CURRENT TEXT "her marriage in 1803 to Major J. Plunkett from Kinnaird in co. Roscommon, with whom she had several children."
SUGGESTED CHANGE <her marriage on 5th November 1803 at St George Hanover Square to Major James Plunkett from Kinnaird in co. Roscommon, who had been arrested in London in 1798 for his part in the rebellion at Connaught. They had several children.>
NOTES See Godwin Diary dataset under Plunket

Gaugain

First entry in Godwin diary (1788-1836 only): 
Monday, 20 December, 1802

call on Gaugain 20.12.1802
Most likely Thomas Gaugain DNB 1756? - 1810? or his brother Peter John Gaugain DNB1762-1813
Amendments to Oxford DNB
THOMAS GAUGAIN bap.1756?,d.1810?
CURRENT TEXT "(bap.1756?, d.1810?)"
SUGGESTED CHANGE <(1756-1831)>
CURRENT TEXT "Peter Gaugain (b.1762)"
SUGGESTED CHANGE <Peter Gaugain (1762-1813)>
CURRENT TEXT "November 1809, and he probably died soon afterwards."

Ogbourne

First entry in Godwin diary (1788-1836 only): 
Monday, 20 December, 1802

call on Ogbourne 20.12.1802 with Northcote / 3.2.1803 call on / 21.2.1803 calls / 7.3.1803 again / 12.3.1803 calls (plate)
Probably John Ogborne DNB 1755-1837
Amendments to Oxford DNB
JOHN OGBORNE 1755-1837
CURRENT TEXT "Ogborne's marriage to Elizabeth Jackson (1763/4-1853) [see Ogborne, Elizabeth] probably took place around 1790 at the dissenting Tottenham Court Road Chapel."

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