Flint, Elizabeth

see Poland Street 19 to 44 in London Addresses dataset
Elizabeth Flint 23 Poland St (Kings Arms) ratebooks 1791-5 / SunFire 6.4.1791 Elizabeth Flint, Kings Arms, Poland St / coroners jury 9.3.1795 at Kings Arms house of Elizabeth Flint in Poland St on death of Thomas Hackett who cut his throat. By her testimony he was her brother (she called him "your uncle" to her son) who had lived 20 years in Quebec and Charlestown and come home three months previously (see Nat Arch HO 47/17/26 and Old Bailey 30.10.1793 concerning a 19 year old Thomas Hackett from Charlestown whose uncle Philip Hackett was rector of South Croxton, Leics) / James Flint of St Geo Han Sq = St Anne Soho 2.7.1777 Elizabeth Hackett by lic wits John Paterson, Hannah Flint, their children George bapt 1778 Elizabeth bapt 1780 Ann bapt 1783 John bapt 1785 William bapt 1787 / Old Bailey 17.2.1773 witness James Flint publican Swallow St, St James, he voted Percy & Clinton 1774 Fox 1780 / coroners jury 5.7.1779 James Flint  Parr Head Swallow St / James Flint 1 Gt Marlborough St (Coach & Horses) ratebooks 1782-8, Elizabeth Flint 1789 / James Flint victualler Marlborough St voted 1784 Hood & Wray / James Flint adult bur 13.8.1788 St Marylebone / Richard Radcliffe bach of St James = St Pancras 16.10.1795 Elizabeth Flint widow otp by lic wits W Thompson, E Radcliffe (Richard Radcliffe had been one of the jurors at the inquest on Thomas Hackett that spring) / Richard Radcliffe, painter Cambridge St, St James voted Hood 1788 & 1790 / SunFire 1798 Richard Radcliffe painter 3 Cambridge St & 32 to 36 Swallow St including the Parrs Head /  SunFire 1806 Richard Radcliffe Hill St, Richmond gent, (Flint painter at Cambridge St)