Godwin Diary

Redmond

First entry in Godwin diary (1788-1836 only): 
Saturday, 7 March, 1789

Redmond 7.3.1789 at Brand Hollis'

Roebuck

First entry in Godwin diary (1788-1836 only): 
Monday, 20 April, 1789

Roebuck 20.4.1789 at Brand Hollis'
John Roebuck DNB 1718-94 seems likely

Mansel

First entry in Godwin diary (1788-1836 only): 
Tuesday, 31 March, 1789

Mansel 31.3.1789 at Timothy Hollis' & 16.3.1790, 29.6.1790, and 28.9.1790 there.

Thomas

First entry in Godwin diary (1788-1836 only): 
Monday, 23 March, 1789

23.3.1789 (mes) Thomas at Miss Williams' / miss T 31.5.1795 at Foulkes / Thomas 11.4.1796 and 15.5.1796 at Mrs Robinson's / 21.7.1796 at John Taylor's / 28.11.1796 adv at Mrs Inchbald's / 5.2.1798 at John King's / 19.7.1800 Thomas's at Lefanu's in Ireland / 3.7.1801 call on Thomas L S / 5.7.1801 again / 22.12.1802 miss Thomas's call / 4.1.1803 miss Thomas calls / 11.8.1807 call on Thomas, S T, / 11.5.1812, 7.2.1813, 30.5.1813 & 14.7.1813 all adv at Francis Place's / 2.11.1814 Thomas au soir, then none till 1831.

Majendie, Lewis

First entry in Godwin diary (1788-1836 only): 
Tuesday, 28 April, 1789

28.4.1789 Majendie at T Hollis and 5.5.1789.
Lewis Majendie 1756-1833, younger brother of Henry William Majendie, bishop of Bangor DNB 1754-1830, married 1783 at St Marylebone Elizabeth Hoghton, granddaughter of Timothy Hollis' sister Elizabeth who married William Ashurst (d 1735), their daughter Elizabeth married Sir Henry Hoghton and died in childbed 1761, her daughter Elizabeth survived and married Lewis Majendie. Codicil to Timothy Hollis's will dated 16.5.85 mentions his niece Elizabeth Majendie Hoghton

Aboyne

First entry in Godwin diary (1788-1836 only): 
Tuesday, 5 May, 1789

Aboyne 5.5.1789 at Miss Williams / 14.9.1789 again / 21.12.1789 again /  9.2.1790 again / 12.2.1790 again /  7.5.1790 again / 20.10.1790 again / 11.3.1791 again /  13.5.1791 again
A very regular visitor at miss Williams', not on her 1786 subscription list. The only instances of the surname I found were as the title of Earls of Aboyne, this would have to have been the 4th Earl, Charles Gordon c.1726-1794. see Gordon, Lockhart

Madox

First entry in Godwin diary (1788-1836 only): 
Tuesday, 5 May, 1789

Madox 5.5.1789 at Timothy Hollis'

Mellish, William

First entry in Godwin diary (1788-1836 only): 
Tuesday, 28 April, 1789

28.4.1789 Mellish at Webb's. In Godwin's 1796 list for 1788, and in 1794 version
Perhaps William Mellish 1764-1838 (History of Parliament) MP Gt Grimsby 1796-1806 Middlesex 1806-1820; Director of Bank of England 1792-1838; Boyle's 1792 at 21 Albemarle St; Counsel Grays Inn 1793; With brother John (d 1798) at 112 Bishopsgate St within. Other MPs Charles & Joseph Mellish

Spurling

First entry in Godwin diary (1788-1836 only): 
Tuesday, 28 April, 1789

28.4.1789 at Timothy Hollis' / 19.2.1790 there / 14.2.1796 mrs Cole & mr Spurling at Holcroft's / 6.3.1796 Coles & Spurling at Holcroft's / 12.3.1797 Cole & Spurling at Holcroft's / 9.12.1798 at Holcroft's / 3.3.1799 again

Marchetti

First entry in Godwin diary (1788-1836 only): 
Monday, 20 April, 1789

20.4.1789 at Brand Hollis' Signora Marchetti. In Godwin's 1796 list (crossed out) for 1788 as Marchetti, also in 1794 version as Marquetti
Signora Marchetti (fl1773-1791 Highfill, Burnim and Langhans) opera singer

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