GODWIN DIARY: 24.10.1796 Meux at Carlisle's lecture / 2.11.1796 again
Richard Meux DNB 1734-1813 his will PCC 1813 Anthony Carlisle was one of the witnesses. Or one of his sons Henry 1770-1841 / Richard born 1768 / Thomas born 1772
CRABB ROBINSON DIARY: 10.12.1820 Mrs Basil Montagu's gossip "She knows too that Mrs Aders has visited at Mr Meux's when a woman of infamous character was there"
GODWIN DIARY: Naylors 12.11.1794 at Gerald's.
Probably Samuel Naylor attorney of Great Newport Street from 1770 and of Hogs Lane Hammersmith, buried 12.2.1799 at Baptist Chapel, Hammersmith age 53 (will PCC 1799 dated 7.9.1793 wits Thomas & Ellen Maclean). His wife Elizabeth daughter of Thomas Maclean, sons Samuel and Thomas (born 1776 Dr Williams' registers) still at Newport St in 1841 census, son Samuel unmarried at Hammersmith with sister Elizabeth 1851 census
CRABB ROBINSON DIARY: 29.1.1829 at Naylor's Hammersmith
GODWIN DIARY: Monkhouse 5.8.1790 at George Robinson's (or quoted there?) / 14.1.1818 calls with Wordsworth / 14.2.1818 at Telford's
CRABB ROBINSON DIARY: 2.2.1822 "dined at Monkhouse's calling by way on the Aders & Flaxmans"
2.4.1823 saw Lambs at Monkhouse's "succeeded in making an arrangement for a party at Aders's which delighted them greatly"
6.5.1827 Monkhouse's brother John from Wales. Monkhouse's widow married Mr Dick
GODWIN DIARY see his person record in GD website. Godwin first met him in 1807 presumably in his professional capacity as an attorney.. HCR diary 25.4.1818 "Longdale has an almost Jewish face - is a confident talker, high in his politics & manners - and yet a friend of Shelley"
SOCIETY FOR CONSTITUTIONAL INFORMATION Capt John Gawler of Horse Guards proposed 16.11.1792 by William Bosville 2nded John Frost
See DNB Bellenden Ker 1764-1842 / Morning Post 3.2.1795 steward of dinner of Friends of Freedom to celebrate outcome of treason trials, J.B.Gawler, Staines / John Bellenden Gawler was prosecuted by Lord Valentia in 1796 for crim con with his wife, see the entry on George Annesley (Lord Valentia) in History of Parliament, and Godwin dined with Gawler at Lady Valentia's on 2/3/1803
GODWIN DIARY: 15.2.1811
Maria Anne Lobrot was the daughter of Frederic Lobrot a merchant of Birmingham who died in 1807. (will Nat Arch PROB11/1379). She was born about 1782 (Morning Post 8.6.1836). All the Lobrot entries in Godwin's diary belong to her, as does Lebrau on 15.2.11 when she first called with Margaret Jones. A Marianne Lobrot died in 1859 at Reading.
GODWIN DIARY 30.7.1813
CRABB ROBINSON DIARY 8.7.1828 at Lambs "found there a Louisa Holcroft - a fine and interesting young woman - seemingly a girl of talents and sweet disposition"
21.3.1829 at John Payne Collier's - Kennys & Mrs Baddam
GODWIN DIARY 14.4.1803
Son of Thomas Holcroft and his fourth wife Louisa, he was born on 9.1.1803, married Catherine North at St Marylebone on 9.1.1825, and appeared in the 1841 census living at Nassau St, Soho age 36 Man of Letters with Elizabeth Holcroft age 32 (presumably his second wife). 22.11.1818, 31.1.1819, 12.4.1819 and 31.5.1819 should be added to his dates. Godwin noted him over 50 times between his first marriage and Godwin's death but no sign of Godwin's having met Thomas's wife