19.1.1807 Free at tea with Binham, T(homas) T(urner)
Only time this surname appeared in Godwin's diary. As the Quaker-born Binham was a minor accountant and Turner was a very junior attorney, it's unlikely this was anyone as grand as the banker Peter Free (died Brighton 2.11.1850 in 80th year  Standard 5.11.1850). Nor perhaps the other two of that surname in the court section of Holdens 1811 directory, A Free esq 19 Sackville-st & Stamford Brook, H'smith, and Geo Free esq 33 Brunswick-sq (who I couldn't further identify). In the trades section there were just two more, B T Free lighterman 9 Millpond-st Bermondsey, and Richard Free trunkmaker 115 High Holborn. In Kent's directory 1791 there was a Martin Free oilman at 101 Aldersgate-st, still there in Land Tax 1807. None of that surname found in attorney lists or author lists