Godwin Diary

Robinson, surgeon

First entry in Godwin diary (1788-1836 only): 
Monday, 16 September, 1805

call on Robinson, surgeon with M(ary) J(ane) 16.9.1805
Perhaps Arthur Robinson surgeon of 31 Doughty St Guildford St  (Holdens 1805 and Land Tax 1803, 1813) He at some point obtained an M D (Jacksons Oxford Journal 26.11.1825), his will PCC 1823 of Broadwater, Sussex. One other surgeon in Holdens 1805 was Henry Robinson of 13 Cooper's Row Tower Hill, and there was a Thomas Robinson apothecary of 41 Duke St Grosvenor Sq
 

Watkinson

First entry in Godwin diary (1788-1836 only): 
Friday, 13 September, 1805

call with M(ary) J(ane) on Watkinson 13.9.1805 / 11.12.1809 call on Watkinson / 20.8.1810 Watkinson at examination of Sir R(ichard) P(hillips) / 5.10.1810 Watkinson adv at Raine's / 8.10.1810 call on Watkinson / 22.10.1810 Watkinson calls / 2.11.1810 call on Watkinson / 17.11.1810 again / 8.5.1811 Watkinson adv at Raine's / 26.8.1814 seek Russell & Watkn

Waterhouse

First entry in Godwin diary (1788-1836 only): 
Wednesday, 11 September, 1805

sup at Ipswich: coach with King, Waterhouse & capitaine 11.9.1805

Taylor (Stowmarket)

First entry in Godwin diary (1788-1836 only): 
Tuesday, 10 September, 1805

Taylor's 10.9.1805 Finborgh (near Stowmarket)
Mr Taylor of Ringshall nr Stowmarket d1815 age 78, Thomas Taylor buried Stowupland 30.9.1815 age 77. Pleasance wife of Mr W Mumford of Hintlesham Priory died 12.11.1831 age 28, only dau of Mr E Taylor of Ringshall. Finborough is 2 miles west of Stowmarket, Stowupland 1 mile east of it and Ringshall 3 miles south of it, Hintlesham Priory a few miles south of Ringshall. See my entry for Mumford, Mrs. On GD website this entry is coded to John Taylor DNB 1750-1826 which is probably wrong
 
 

Ely

First entry in Godwin diary (1788-1836 only): 
Tuesday, 10 September, 1805

Ely 10.9.1805 at Taylor's Stowmarket
1784 Edward Ely grocer & turner Bury St Edmunds Suffolk will PCC 10.5.1805 mentioned sister Lydia wife of Lancelot Danby sister Ann Finch widow sisters Mary & Rebecca Ely late brother William Ely brother John Clarke Ely (buried 16.5.1811 Sible Hedingham, Essex will Nat Arch IR26) & his children Edward, Elizabeth & Mary. Sible H is about 20 miles SW of Stowmarket past Sudbury. John Clarke Ely voted for Montagu Burgoyne, the reform candidate, in 1810 Essex election

Horwood

First entry in Godwin diary (1788-1836 only): 
Wednesday, 11 September, 1805

mrs Horwood (R Wilson) 11.9.1805 at mrs Grimsby's, Stowmarket / 30.3.1810 Horwood calls / 1.4.1810 again / 29.12.1810 seek Horwood
 

Williams (Reepham)

First entry in Godwin diary (1788-1836 only): 
Thursday, 5 September, 1805

call on Williams (Reepham); Williams calls 5.9.1805 (in Norfolk)

Green (Norwich)

First entry in Godwin diary (1788-1836 only): 
Friday, 6 September, 1805

Greens 6.9.1805 at Barnard's / 8.9.1805 mrs Green calls

Trafford

First entry in Godwin diary (1788-1836 only): 
Saturday, 7 September, 1805

Trafford 7.9.1805 at W Taylor's, Norwich
Sigismund Trafford born 15.5.1762 son of Sir Clement Boehm Trafford of Dunton Hall Lincs and his wife Jane (died 1809) dau of Edward Southwell of Wisbeach. Emanuel College Cambridge 1780. adm Lincolns Inn 1782. took surname Southwell c1791. Married 30.8.1791 at Lakenham, Margaret eldest daughter of James Crowe of Norwich. Subscr 1798 to Wm Enfield 1799 to Adam Walker. Of Tooke's Wood Norwich, & Wroxham hall (6 miles NE of Norwich). Lt Royal Regt Dragoons 7.1811. Died 1.8.1827

Flindt

First entry in Godwin diary (1788-1836 only): 
Saturday, 7 September, 1805

Flindt calls 7.9.1805

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