Godwin Diary

Sayre

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

Sayres 7.9.1805 at W Taylor's, Norwich
see work notes below

Hase, Mrs

First entry in Godwin diary (1788-1836 only): 
Sunday, 8 September, 1805

mrs Hase at tea 8.9.1805 at Mousehold ( just outside Norwich on NE)
see work notes below

Newsom

First entry in Godwin diary (1788-1836 only): 
Sunday, 8 September, 1805

Newsoms 8.9.1805 at tea (Mousehold, just outside Norwich on NE)
W Newson Norwich subscr 1798 to Wm Enfield / Wm Newson 1784 grocer & hop merchant Magdalen St, Norwich 1811grocer & tea dealer St Saviours Norwich / William Newson will PCC 1805 Norwich mentioned wife Mary son William, dau Frances wife of William Theobald, daus Deborah, Elizabeth & Mary Newson / William Newson will PCC 1836 Norwich / William Newson will PCC 1831 Diss Norfolk

Darton

First entry in Godwin diary (1788-1836 only): 
Friday, 5 July, 1805

write to Darton 5.7.1805 / 22.8.1807 Darton calls / 29.3.1809 W Darton calls / 29.7.1809 call on Darton / 24.2.1810 T Darton calls / 21.3.1810 Requests v Darton / 24.8.1824 call on (Darton &) Harvey / 7.6.1825 seek (Darton &) Harvey

Sidmouth

First entry in Godwin diary (1788-1836 only): 
Monday, 8 July, 1805

Sidmouth resigns 8.7.1805
This is explained in the event tag on GD website but there is no person record for Sidmouth

Canton, William

First entry in Godwin diary (1788-1836 only): 
Wednesday, 17 July, 1805

GODWIN DIARY: Canton 17.7.1805 at Joseph Johnson's
SOCIETY FOR CONSTITUTIONAL INFORMATION: William Canton of the Academy, Spital Square proposed member 14.3.1783 by Jebb 2nded Satchell
2nd son of John Canton DNB 1718-1772 natural philosopher &c, and Penelope née Colebrooke. He carried on the Academy founded by his father, married 30.1.1784 St Marylebone Jane Dupere, his will PCC 1831 of Liberty of Norton Folgate

Standert

First entry in Godwin diary (1788-1836 only): 
Tuesday, 30 July, 1805

Standard 30.7.1805 adv at tea (& Carlisle) / 26.8.1806 miss Standert at Carlisle's / 20.3.1806 Standert (& Tobin) call / 22.3.1806 Standert calls / 24.3.1806 again / 6.4.1806 Standert (& Tobin) call
Probably Hugh Chudleigh Standert 1782-1850 (Plarr's Surgeons) MRCS 5.7.1805, practised at Taunton his will PCC 1850

Stuart, W

First entry in Godwin diary (1788-1836 only): 
Thursday, 8 August, 1805

8.8.1805 see my entry for Stewart

Gravel

First entry in Godwin diary (1788-1836 only): 
Friday, 9 August, 1805

Gravel calls 9.8.1805 / 17.8.1805 call on Gravel / 7.2.1810 call on Gravel
Holden's 1802 James Gravel copperplate printer 4 Red Lion Court Fleet St. Note that Godwin called (with Dawe) on two other copperplate printers (Jones & Lahee) in the next three days after Gravel's call, but they appeared in the diary only that once, and then a few days after Godwin called on Gravel he began a series of six calls on Wilks (qv), ending in call on Wilks (copy) two weeks later

Lahee

First entry in Godwin diary (1788-1836 only): 
Monday, 12 August, 1805

call on Lahee 12.8.1805 with Dawe
Because Godwin called on Jones copperplate printer with Dawe two days before, this was probably James Lahee, copperplate printer of 30 Castle St East who appeared in Pigot's Directory 1822 though not in Brititsh Book Trades Index. He had married Esther  Kirton 13.8.1804 at St George Bloomsbury

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