Langslow

GODWIN DIARY
25.11.1804 Langslow calls / 27.11.1804 call with Langslow on Alexander / 21.5.1805 Langslow calls / 27.7.1805 write to Langslow / 25.8.1805 Langslow calls / 23.11.1805 again / 1.12.1805 again / 8.12.1805 Langslow (calls?) / 9.12.1805 call on Langslow / 13.12.1805 meet Langslow / 2.1.1806 Langslow calls / 5.1.1806 call on Langslow / 19.9.1808 Langslow calls / 20.9.1808 Accounts, Langslow / 23.9.1808 Langslow & Alexander call / 24.9.1808 Langslow & Ash call
Possibly Richard Langslow MD died Hot Wells Bristol 24.12.1813 aged 60, will PCC 1813 (wife Sarah will PCC 1816) former physician to Lying In Charity London, practised in Suffolk in partnership with Courtenay & with Miles Rudland, surgeons, left Suffolk 1805. See Alexander. There are reasons to think Alexander was a medical professional but it's not certain, the four entries in six days 1808 are interesting, why Accounts? And Ash was certainly a doctor though his call might have been a coincidence
CRABB ROBINSON DIARY
Crabb Robinson's Reminiscences vol 3 p10, 309 Robert Langslow son of Richard MD (see Godwin Diary above) & Sarah bapt Ludlow 30.8.1790, Alum Cant, adm Middle Temple 1809 married 2.10.1818 St Bride Fleet St Sarh J H Thackeray (Robinson said "distant relation of Mrs Payne" by whom he probably meant Sarah wife of John Payne bookseller and daughter of James Burney DNB 1750-1821 and Sarah nee Payne, aunt of John Payne). Robert Langslow was called to the bar 1823, his will PCC 1854

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Edward L cabinetmaker Bow St Covt Gdn 1790 / Edward L upholsterer 13 Peter St Bloomsbury 1790 / Langslow & Richardson linendrapers 127 High Holborn 1791 / William Langslow 30 Paradise Row Chelsea Sun Fire 1836 / William Langslow will PCC 1836 Bath