Irish

Glennie

First entry in Godwin diary (1788-1836 only): 
Friday, 18 July, 1800

Glennie 18.7.1800 at Drennan's (in Ireland) / 4.10.1807 dr Glennie at North's with Currans
GD website has coded the first entry above to James Glenie DNB 1750-1817 whom Godwin met in 1793 but this seems unlikely, no evidence for connection in Ireland. Dr Glennie in 1807 may have been William Glennie, Doctor of Laws will PCC 1828. Some Irish Glennies in work notes below

Castle Brown

First entry in Godwin diary (1788-1836 only): 
Wednesday, 30 July, 1800

Castle Brown 30.7.1800 at Cockburn's / 3.6.1800 dine at Brown's / 3.2.1804 Castle Brown at H Rowan's / 22.2.1804 meet H Rowan & Castle Brown

Lattin

First entry in Godwin diary (1788-1836 only): 
Friday, 25 July, 1800

Four Courts, Lattin v Duigenan 25.7.1800. Lattin in Godwin's 1796 list for 1800 / 30.7.1800 Lattin at Cockburn's / 3.8.1800 Latten at Brown's
Covered by event tag on 25.7.1800 in GD website but not coded to a person record. The action which Godwin attended (according to the Dublin Evening  Post of 5.8.1800) was in fact Lattin v Milliken, the printer of Duigenan's pamphlet, at the Court of Exchequer and damages of sixpence and costs of sixpence were awarded by the jury

Vigogne

First entry in Godwin diary (1788-1836 only): 
Monday, 21 July, 1800

Vigogne 21.7.1800 calls (in Ireland)
Star 31.5.1799 Charles Vigogne Esq lately = only dau of Clotworthy Rowley MP of Raven's Well co. Dublin / Jackson's Oxford Journal 30.11.1833 Sir Gilbert King baronet = Miss Vigogne niece of Admiral Sir Josias Rowley DNB 1765-1842 / True Briton 10.1.1800 Capt Vigogne in a regiment of Fencible Infantry ( & see Rowley)

Joinville

First entry in Godwin diary (1788-1836 only): 
Sunday, 3 August, 1800

call on Ponsonby, Joinville 3.8.1800
I've found no references to this as a surname in Ireland or England but it was an aristocratic and historic name in France. It may have been the name of Ponsonby's residence near Dublin, as Godwin was on his journey to Carlow via Castle Browne

Duigenan

First entry in Godwin diary (1788-1836 only): 
Friday, 25 July, 1800

Four Courts, Lattin v Duigenan 25.7.1800
Covered by event tag in GD website on 25.7.1800 but not coded to a person record

Mountcashell

First entry in Godwin diary (1788-1836 only): 
Wednesday, 9 July, 1800

her 21.7.1800
clearly referred to Lady Mountcashell who has a person record in GD website

Higgins

First entry in Godwin diary (1788-1836 only): 
Friday, 25 July, 1800

Higgins 25.7.1800 at Hamilton's

O'Reily

First entry in Godwin diary (1788-1836 only): 
Wednesday, 16 July, 1800

tea at O'Reily's 16.7.1800 (in Ireland) / 17.8.1800 O'Reilly at (Robert) Darwin's (in Shrewsbury) / 25.9.1800 O Reily at mrs Plunket's (in London) / 28.9.1800 meet O'Reily

Plunket

First entry in Godwin diary (1788-1836 only): 
Wednesday, 16 July, 1800

meet mrs Plunket 16.7.1800 (in Ireland) / 23.9.1800 mrs Plunket at theatre (in London) / 25.9.1800 tea mrs Plunket's / 11.10.1800 call on mrs Plunket / 9.4.1804 Plunket & miss Gunning at Hamilton Rowan's.

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