Godwin Diary

Binham, John

First entry in Godwin diary (1788-1836 only): 
Friday, 5 September, 1806

5.9.1806 Binham calls / 8.9.1806 again / 9.12.1806 again / 11.12.1806 again / 12.12.1806 again / 13.12.1806 again / 14.12.1806 dines / 19.12.1806 calls / 28.12.1806 at tea / 31.12.1806 calls / 1.1.1807 dines / 7.1.1807 calls / 19.1.1807 at tea / 5.4.1807 again / 10.4.1807 calls / 3.5.1807 sups / 6.5.1807 calls, matin / 10.6.1807 calls / 30.9.1809 write to

Knight, Mrs

First entry in Godwin diary (1788-1836 only): 
Wednesday, 1 October, 1806

1.10.1806 Mrs Knight at Wolcot's

Trelawny

First entry in Godwin diary (1788-1836 only): 
Friday, 27 June, 1806

27.6.1806 call on La. Trelawny / 28.6.1806 Trelawnys call
Sir Harry Trelawny (DNB 1756-1834) and his wife Ann (née Brown). They married on 28.4.1778 and had 4 sons and 2 daus

Wedd, Robert

First entry in Godwin diary (1788-1836 only): 
Thursday, 3 April, 1806

3.4.1806 Wedd's (Morland) w. 4 Rowans, M(ary) J(ane) & Dawe

Paddon, John

First entry in Godwin diary (1788-1836 only): 
Thursday, 12 June, 1806

12.6.1806 Paddon at Wolcot's / 28.8.1806 call on Philips; adv. Wolcot, Paddon & Saxon
John Paddon was mentioned in the will PCC 11.5.1819 of John Wolcot as Mr Paddon the organist of Quebec Chapel. Not to be confused with James Paddon (died 1835 aged 67) subchanter & organist of Exeter Cathedral (Exeter Flying Post 18.6.1835), who was probably his older brother, or a cousin. Both studied under William Jackson (DNB 1730-1803)
A John Paddon married Elizabeth Stacie at Melcombe Regis Dorset 30.7.1794

Klugh, George

First entry in Godwin diary (1788-1836 only): 
Saturday, 15 March, 1806

15.3.1806 call on Klugh / 19.3.1806 again

Elam, Thomas

First entry in Godwin diary (1788-1836 only): 
Wednesday, 19 March, 1806

19.3.1806 call on Elam

Edridge, Henry

First entry in Godwin diary (1788-1836 only): 
Wednesday, 7 May, 1806

Edridge 7.5.1806 Godwin calls on with Wordsworth & Duppa
Henry Edridge DNB 1768-1821. See Mary Moorman "William Wordsworth" vol 2 p73

Springsguth, Matthew Clix

First entry in Godwin diary (1788-1836 only): 
Friday, 9 May, 1806

9.5.1806 Marshalsea, w. Nicholson & Springsguth / 15.5.1806 Serjeant's Inn w. Few & Springsguth / 27.1.1807 Symond's Inn w. Springsguth / 31.1.1807 again / 3.6.1807 write to Springsguth / 10.12.1808 call on Springsguth: Springsguth calls / 27.12.1808 Springsguth calls / 26.10.1812 again / 5.11.1812 call on Springsguth / 16.12.1812 Springsguth calls / 16.6.1814 call on Springsguth / 20.5.1816 again / 4.6.1816 again / 24.10.1816 Springsguth calls / 2.12.1816 again / 3.12.1819 adv. Springsguth at dinner

Few

First entry in Godwin diary (1788-1836 only): 
Thursday, 15 May, 1806

15.5.1806 Serjeant's Inn w. Few & Springsguth
See Springsguth, Matthew Clix for his marriage in 1802 to Ann Frances Few. Charles son of John Few cornfactor of Theobalds Road was articled 1793 to James Meddowcroft. SunFire 1803 Few & Co chinamen 69 High Holborn./  SunFire 1818 John Few 25 Denton St, St Pancras, gent / SunFire 1822 Charles Few solicitor 3 Henrietta St, Covent Garden. Charles bapt 1778, Ann bapt 1779 Holborn of John & Catherine Few. Springsguth had married a solicitor's sister

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