Godwin Diary

Littlewood, Charlotte

First entry in Godwin diary (1788-1836 only): 
Tuesday, 17 August, 1802

miss Littlewood 17.8.1802 sups at H G's with Godwin, Jo G &c, Waring & Forsyth.
Charlotte Littlewood was bound to Hannah Godwin on 10.2.1802 (IR1/38)
 

Hansard, Ann

First entry in Godwin diary (1788-1836 only): 
Thursday, 16 October, 1800

miss Hansard 16.10.1800 at tea at Godwin's with H G and Forsyth / 26.11.1800 at tea at Godwin's with H G / 17.10.1802 dines at Godwin's with H G and Forsyth.
Ann Hansard was bound to Hannah Godwin on 26.11.99 (IR1/38)
 

Axtell, Elizabeth Amy

First entry in Godwin diary (1788-1836 only): 
Monday, 29 July, 1799

miss Axtel 29.7.1799 sups at Godwin's with H G / 2.5.1800 sups at Godwin's with H G / 7.1.1800 dines at Fell's with Godwin, M,F,M,L & LJ / 29.10.1800 H G & Axtel at tea.
Elizabeth Amy Axtell was bound to Hannah Godwin on 16.1.1799 (IR1/37). She married John Calow at St James Clerkenwell on 16.8.1801 and was buried at St Pancras 3.12.1842 age 65.

 

Kell, Christopher

First entry in Godwin diary (1788-1836 only): 
Monday, 27 February, 1804

Kell 27.2.1804
See Langridge, William Balcombe. Kell was his partner.
 

Wedderburn, Alexander

First entry in Godwin diary (1788-1836 only): 
Thursday, 11 December, 1788

Event tag. See 18.4.1788 - Lord Loughborough should be identified as Alexander Wedderburn (DNB 1733-1805)
 

Bosse, Cesare

First entry in Godwin diary (1788-1836 only): 
Sunday, 29 June, 1788

Bosse 29.6.1788 at Holcroft's. Cesare Bosse d. 1802 (Highfill, Burnim & Langhan's Biog Dict of Actors &c) was a composer. Godwin noted him again at Shield's on 17.7.1788, then as Bossy at Holcroft's on 5.4.1791 and 7.7.1791 and finally Godwin dined at Bosse's on 9.11.1791
 

Parkinson, James

First entry in Godwin diary (1788-1836 only): 
Sunday, 29 June, 1788

SOCIETY FOR CONSTITUTIONAL INFORMATION: James Parkinson of Hoxton square proposed member 26.10.1792 by Dr George Edwards 2nded John Moore
James Parkinson DNB 1755-1824

Raikes, Thomas

First entry in Godwin diary (1788-1836 only): 
Friday, 27 June, 1788

Raikes 27.6.1788 at Robinson's
Identified probably wrongly in GD website as his brother Robert. Godwin met Raikes once at Robinson's on 27.6.1788 and 2 weeks later the 15 year old George Dyson and his 13 year old brother Abraham dined with Godwin. George Dyson referred to Thomas Raikes in a letter of 8.10.1810 (Nat Arch TS11/463) as "my highly respected old master" who had just lost his wife, as Thomas Raikes, Governor of the Bank of England, just had, which Dyson in South America had seen in a newspaper
 

Meek

First entry in Godwin diary (1788-1836 only): 
Monday, 12 May, 1788

Meek 12.5.1788 at Robinson's

Fullarton, William

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

GODWIN DIARY: Fullaston 8.5.1788
At Gibbon's birthday party (where Godwin probably wasn't), this was perhaps William Fullarton (DNB 1754-1808) then MP for Haddington. The writing suggests an 'r' though the ink is hardly visible. (The s has now been corrected to an r on GD website)
SOCIETY FOR CONSTITUTIONAL INFORMATION: Col Fullarton of St James St proposed 24.6.1791 by Count Zenobio 2nded John Frost
See DNB article William Fullarton 1754-1808

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