Amendments to Oxford DNB

Barthelemon

First entry in Godwin diary (1788-1836 only): 
Thursday, 14 January, 1802

Barthelemis 14.1.1802 at Fenwick's (& Plumptres, Fells)

Gurney

First entry in Godwin diary (1788-1836 only): 
Wednesday, 1 January, 1800

mrs Gurney 1.1.1800 at O Fancourt's
Perhaps the wife of John Gurney DNB 1768-1845 who was Maria daughter of William Hawes DNB 1736-1808. They were married at St Botolph without Bishopsgate on 11.12.1797, her first child was born 27.4.1799 and her second 16.8.1800. Most of the other Gurney wives would more likely have been in Norfolk. It could have been her mother-in-law Rebecca (nee Brodie) 1747-1814, but given the context of mrs Fancourt's the younger wife seems more likely. See Hawes for the visit of the miss Hawes' to Thelwall's in 1795, which suggests an adventurous spirit

Oldfield, Thomas Hinton Burley

First entry in Godwin diary (1788-1836 only): 
Monday, 10 September, 1798

SOCIETY FOR CONSTITUTIONAL INFORMATION: Thomas Hinton Burley Oldfield proposed member 15.2.1782 by John Jebb 2nded Thomas Brand Hollis. See Amendments to Oxford DNB below
GODWIN DIARY: Fell & Oldfield call (not in) 10.9.1798 / 22.9.1799 dine at Fell's with Oldfield, Loveridge &c In Godwin's 1796 list for 1799 / 16.12.1808 Oldfields call (not in) / 24.12.1808 mrs Oldfield, 2 sons & Petman dine / 31.12.1808 Oldfields call (not in) / 2.1.1809 Oldfields call / 25.1.1809 mrs Oldfield calls / 2.2.1813 again

Fuller

First entry in Godwin diary (1788-1836 only): 
Wednesday, 15 March, 1797

Fuller 15.3.1797 at Robert Knight's

Brunton, Richard

First entry in Godwin diary (1788-1836 only): 
Friday, 1 July, 1796

1.7.1796 Mail with Merry & RB / 2.7.1796 dine at Bracon with Merry's, Louisa Brunton & Richard enfant / 23.7.1796 call on mrs Merry adv Richard & Sophia

Tomkins, Charles

First entry in Godwin diary (1788-1836 only): 
Saturday, 17 May, 1794

BONNEY DIARY 17.5.1794 Tomkins / 16.7.1794 Chas Tomkins for the first time / 23.7.1794 C Tomkins / 24.7.1784 Tomkins / 26.7.1794 Chas Tomkins / 30.7.1794 Tomkins / 2.8.1794 Chas Tomkins / 10.8.1794 Mr & Mrs T / 12.8.1794 saw Chas / 13.8.1794 Mr Tomkins / 18.8.1794 Mr & Mrs Tomkins / 28.8.1794 again / 30.8.1794 Mr Tomkins / 1.9.1794 Mr T brought me Mr M's letter / 3.9.1794 Mr & Mrs Tomkins / 6.9.1794 Tomkins / 10.9.1794 Mr Tomkins / 13.9.1794 Mr & Mrs T / 17.9.1794 again / 22.9.1794 again / 25.9.1794 Tomkins / 27.9.1794 Mr & Mrs Tomkins / 29.9.1794 Tomkins / 1.10.1794 aga

Holcroft, Thomas

First entry in Godwin diary (1788-1836 only): 
Sunday, 13 April, 1788

2.8.1790 H proposes Gazr to M. This H is identified as Holcroft in GD website in the event tag but not coded to him. 8.10.1797 H calls. Several times Godwin used H rather than Ht to mean Holcroft, this one not coded in GD website
Thomas Holcroft proposed Society for Constitutional Information 28.9.1792 by Sharpe (probably William Sharp engraver DNB 1776/7-1840 but could also have been William Sharpe of Leadenhall St or Richard Sharp DNB 1759-1835 who were both also SCI members then) 2nded John Horne Tooke
Amendments to Oxford DNB
THOMAS HOLCROFT (1745-1809)

Littledale, Joseph

First entry in Godwin diary (1788-1836 only): 
Thursday, 21 January, 1796

21.1.1796 Littledale at Carlisle's / 19.4.1796 at Carr's with Carlisle / 10.1.1797 at Carr's
\perhaps (Sir) Joseph Littledale DNB 1767-1842 Grays Inn, special pleader, called 1798. Related to William Wordsworth the poet. Married bach 26.2.1821 St Pancras Hannah Timberlake of St David's Exeter witnesses Benjamin Winthrop, Edward Littledale. dau Elizabeth
Amendments to Oxford DNB
JOSEPH LITTLEDALE 1767-1842
CURRENT TEXT "Mary, daughter of Isaac"
SUGGESTED CHANGE <Sarah, daughter of Isaac>

Luttrell, Henry

First entry in Godwin diary (1788-1836 only): 
Thursday, 8 October, 1795

8.10.1795 see Luttrel at theatre / 9.10.1795 adv at miss Mansel's / 28.10.1795 at Montagu's / 15.4.1796 again / 19.10.1799 at Reynolds's / 16.5.1828 again / 17.7.1829 Thomson Luttrel at Reynolds's

Gerrald, Joseph

First entry in Godwin diary (1788-1836 only): 
Wednesday, 7 August, 1793

11.5.1795 Gerald's com(e), Mackintosh, Maxwell, Fergusson, Perry & Ht / 20.5.1795 Gerald's com(e), Maxwell, Perry & Ht.
Committee to help Joseph Gerrald DNB 1763-1796 when he was being removed to Portsmouth ready for transportation to New South Wales
Amendments to Oxford DNB
JOSEPH GERRALD 1763-1796
CURRENT TEXT "companionship of his young daughter and friends."

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