John King's Crowd

Copperthwaite

First entry in Godwin diary (1788-1836 only): 
Wednesday, 26 March, 1800

Copperthwaite 26.3.1800 at John King's
 

Holmes

First entry in Godwin diary (1788-1836 only): 
Wednesday, 26 March, 1800

Holmes 26.3.1800 at King's / 18.7.1800 Holmes at Drennan's (in Ireland). In Godwin's 1796 list for 1800 / 8.7.1803 vote for Holmes,postman / 5.1.1817 Holmes at Stewart's (with Pinfold) / 2.3.1817 again / 1.6.1817 again / 1.6.1824 Holmes at Lamb's / 4.9.1824 again / 2.12.1827 Holmes at Kenney's / 24.8.1834 Holmes at Caunter's

Stewart, Colonel

First entry in Godwin diary (1788-1836 only): 
Wednesday, 26 March, 1800

col Stewart 26.3.1800 at John King's
Lots of Colonel Stewarts in Army Lists. Col James Stewart of Cooks Town Ireland subscr 1798 to D R O'Conor pro-Catholic work

Bel Arbre

First entry in Godwin diary (1788-1836 only): 
Sunday, 16 March, 1800

Bel Arbre 16.3.1800 at John King's / 26.3.1800 again / 29.3.1800 meet
There was a seigneurie of Belabre and a cleric of that name was guillotined in the French Revolution. There is a place in France (Lot) called Bel Arbre. Otherwise I've had no luck in identifying this person - yet.
 

Jobson

First entry in Godwin diary (1788-1836 only): 
Sunday, 16 March, 1800

Jobson 16.3.1800 at John King's
 

De Bath, James Michael

First entry in Godwin diary (1788-1836 only): 
Sunday, 26 January, 1800

de Bath 26.1.1800 at John King's / 16.3.1800 again / 20.1.1806 sir James le Bath at Rowan's / 4.3.1806 at Rowan's
James Michael de Bath (assumed name by sign manual) created baronet 11.8.1801.Married 1777 Anna Maria dau of William Wyam of Merioneth, died 22.2.1808 will PCC 1808. Harrow School Register his sons James Wynne de Bathe 1800-1808 (d.1828) William Plunkett de Bathe 1800-1807 (d.1870)
 

La Chausee

First entry in Godwin diary (1788-1836 only): 
Sunday, 19 January, 1800

la Chausee 19.1.1800 at Lanesborough's
Major La Chausee, le comte de la Chaussee "Memoire militaire sur Bantry" 26.4.1797 (Kent History Centre / photopol.com/articles/bm_corr.html). La Chaussee had to show Thomas Pelham 2nd Earl of Chichester how to load a mortar 13.8.1797. Not in British Army Lists. Probably Charles de la Chaussee, Seigneur de St Aubin (Dictionnaire de la Noblesse Francaise)

St Hermine

First entry in Godwin diary (1788-1836 only): 
Tuesday, 21 January, 1800

St Hermine 21.1.1800 at John  King's / 16.3.1800 again

Walstein

First entry in Godwin diary (1788-1836 only): 
Sunday, 26 January, 1800

Walstein 26.1.1800 at John King's

Dogherty

First entry in Godwin diary (1788-1836 only): 
Sunday, 26 January, 1800

Dorroty 26.1.1800 at John King's / 9.2.1800 Dogherty at John King's / 16.3.1800 again / 5.6.1800 again / 8.10.1800 meet Dogherty (& Goold) / 9.10.1800 meet Dogherty / 11.10.1800 again / 17.10.1800 Dogherty at theatre / 9.12.1800 meet Dogherty / 11.1.1801 again / 30.4.1801 again / 11.10.1808 Dogherty at theatre
Thomas Dogherty DNB d. 1805 his will PCC 1805 mentioned wife Ann and daughters Ann Hester & Catherine Frances. The DNB says he left a large family unprovided for. He might have been the Dogherty at King's but died before the last entry

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