Godwin Diary

Ford

First entry in Godwin diary (1788-1836 only): 
Friday, 12 December, 1806

In 1796 list for 1782 underlined, but not in 1794 version, nor in any diary entries before 1806 when it was unlikely to have been the person suggested below
Perhaps Edward Ford DNB 1746-1809 surgeon in London

Tomson, surveyor

First entry in Godwin diary (1788-1836 only): 
Friday, 4 July, 1806

4.7.1806 Tomson, surveyor calls
Several possibles from Holden's Directory 1811. John Tompson land surveyor & architect 6 Cecil-st Strand (bur Islington 11.7.1811 age 57 from St Martin i t Fields, his will PCC 18.7.1811 dau Sarah wife Mary) / John Thompson land surveyor 7 Store-st / John Thompson surveyor 25 Newman-st SunFire 1803 there / James Thompson surveyor 3 Upper James-st, Golden-sq (will PCC 17.3.1825 James Thompson surveyor 68 Gt Titchfield-st bros John, William, George, Charles, Harry Williams, sistersSarah Scott & Margaret Thompson)

Magny

First entry in Godwin diary (1788-1836 only): 
Sunday, 31 August, 1806

31.8.1806 dine at Philips's, Hampstead w. Magnys & many
Nicholas Magny otp wid = Maylebone 4.6.1802  Mary Gamby otp sp
Christopher Magnay & William Pickering stationers 72 Upper Thames-st (SunFire 1791) 55 Queen-st Cheapside (SunFire 1802 to 1816) College Hill (SunFire from 1819)
married 29.3.1806 Lambeth Harriet Burdon, his will PCC 6.3.1827

Squire

First entry in Godwin diary (1788-1836 only): 
Sunday, 12 October, 1806

12.10.1806 Tooke's, w. Squire & many / 8.10.1808 Squire calls / 24.10.1809 again / 23.11.1809 call on Squire
Holdens directory 1811:
Squire & Bowley truss makers 17 Broad-st Golden-sq
Daniel Squire shoemaker 23 East-st Manchester-sq
James Squire pork butcher 244 Upper Shadwell (will PCC 26.8.1833 of St Pancras)
John Squire straw hat maker 273 Oxford-st
Joseph Squire salesman & butcher 75 Aldgate
Robt Squire linen draper 2 Field-terr Battle Bridge
Thomas Squire solicitor Scot's-yd Bush-la

Hornihold

First entry in Godwin diary (1788-1836 only): 
Wednesday, 22 October, 1806

22.10.1806 dine at Perry's, Merton w. Hornihold
Hornyold was a Catholic family of Blackmore Park, Worcestershire
Charles Hornyhold of Lombard-st, London bankers
will PCC 13.8.1823 of Charles Hornyold of the Strand Middlesex
will PCC 8.2.1814 of Thomas Hornyold of Blackmore Park

Selby

First entry in Godwin diary (1788-1836 only): 
Sunday, 13 July, 1806

13.7.1806 dine at Nicholson's w. Selby
(all these from Holdens directory 1811)
Wm S cornfactor & seedsman Church-st Greenwich
S & Walmsley wine merchants 60 Mount-st Grosvenor-sq
John S tallow chandler 1 Old Kent-rd
John S oilman 7 Gt Surry-st Blackfriars-rd (will PCC 24.6.1837)
Henry S oil & colourman 65 Chiswell-st
George S attorney 10 Charles-st Northampton-sq Clerkenwell (SunFire 1809 there & John Berry)
Edward S undertaker 31 Gt Leonard-st  Finsbury (SunFire 1813)

Raynal

First entry in Godwin diary (1788-1836 only): 
Thursday, 16 January, 1806

Raynal at Joyce's 16.1.1806 / adv. at Joyce's 17.2.1806
Godwin noted reading works by Raynal several times between 1791 and 1832. This was the Abbé Raynal 1713-1796. Joyce's visitor may have been an emigré relative of his. The French Biographical Index lists four other Raynals who were alive in 1806 but in the texts referred to by the index I could find no sign that they had gone to England. Francois Raynal 1726-1810 religious and orientalist / Jean Raynal 1723-1807 historian / Pierre Raynal 1755-1833 schoolmaster / Pierre Raynal 1768-1849 schoolmaster

Brackenbury

First entry in Godwin diary (1788-1836 only): 
Friday, 17 January, 1806

17.1.1806 tea at Rowan's w. Brackenburys / 14.2.1806 Brackenbury adv.at theatre / 4.3.1806 Rowan's w. Brackenburys & many / 28.5.1907 Brackenbury calls (not seen) / 29.5.1807 Brackenburys invited to dine at Godwin's with Rowan &c

Petrie

First entry in Godwin diary (1788-1836 only): 
Friday, 17 January, 1806

17.1.1806 tea at Rowan's w. Petries / 4.3.1806 Rowan's w. Petrie & many
Holdens directory 1811
Henry Petrie esq Brixton-villa Surrey (will PCC 18.4.1842)
Martin Petrie esq of 13 Bearbinder-la (will PCC 6.4.1805)
Robt Petrie esq of 13 Bearbinder-la
William Petrie 17 Queen Ann-st Cavendish-sq & Elm-cottage Old Windsor
John Petrie broker 21 Walbrook
will PCC 16.7.1828 of John Petrie of Marylebone:
will PCC 31.10.1835 of William Petrie merchant of London
will PCC 26.4.1826 of William Petrie of Calcutta

General

First entry in Godwin diary (1788-1836 only): 
Monday, 20 January, 1806

20.1.1806 General adv. at theatre
Could have been any general!

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