Southern, Henry

AMENDMENTS TO OXFORD DNB
Henry Southern (1799-1853)
CURRENT TEXT "the son of Richard Southern, a barber."
SUGGESTED CHANGE <the son of Richard Southern (1750/1-1811), a barber, and his wife Ann.>
NOTES York St Mary Cripplegate Richard Southern hairdresser of New St died 24.9.1811 aged 61 of Apoplexy. York directory 1799 Richard Southeran, hairdresser, Blake Street. York St Martin Coney Street Richard son of William Suthran bapt 20.1.1751, Ann dau of Mr Richard Southern perfumer by Ann his wife bapt 1.9.1800, Richard Cornwell son of the same bapt 26.6.1803.
CRABB ROBINSON DIARY 5.7.1823 "a Mr Southern whom B: Montague introduced to me and his friend Captain Siborn breakfasted with me" "Southern is a learned - Sib: apparently a pleasant man"
                                                21.7.1824 Mrs Aders "tells me that Southern's father was a hairdresser and a very low man, a humble companion to her father, but that he married a very clever woman. S: told me that he followed no business and was once a captain, but his manner satisfied me that Mrs A's story is a true one. S: did not speak of his father till I asked him at last. What he said amounts to a Nothlüge"
                                                 8.11.1824 "went to Southern whom I accompanied to Aders's - a party there" "Southern pleased with his introduction"
                                                 21.2.1826 Southern "tells me his brother in law Robinson called lately on Goethe who mentioned my having resided at Jena. It is something to be recollected by name only by such a man""
York St Martin Coney St 20.1.1751 bapt Richard son of William Suthran / York freemen 1790 Richard Suthran, hairdresser / Univ Brit Dir Henry Southeran, bookseller & spirit merchant, St Helen's Square, York, Holden's 1811 Henry Sotheran, bookseller St Helens Sq, York (probably related) / York directory 1799 Richard Southeran, hairdresser, Blake Street / York St Martin Coney Street  Ann dau of Mr Richard Southern perfumer by Ann his wife born 19.8.1800 bapt 1.9.1800, Richard Cornwell son of the same born 19.6.1803 bapt 26.6.1803 / York St Mary Cripplegate Richard Southern hairdresser of New St died 24.9.1811 aged 61 of Apoplexy buried 29.9.1811 in Chancel / York Herald 5.10.1811 Deaths "Last week, Mr Richard Southern, of this city, a gentleman possessed of that independence of spirit, that rectitude of principle and unbiassed conduct of mind which few men possess. In life he was esteemed by all who had the pleasure of his acquaintance and in death regretted by everyone who appreciates the character of an upright and consistent person" / Nat Arch C 13/2114/30, C 13/2120/10, C 13/2131/26 Catherine Netherwood v Richard Southern & wife (answered as Ann Southern widow) & others 1813-1816 (not seen) / George Robinson of St Stephen Walbrook bach = St Swithin London Stone 14.2.1823 by lic Ann Southern otp sp by lic wits E J Hornby, Thomas Hornby, Henry Southern, Ann Southern / York Herald 22.2.1823 Marriages. George Robinson Esq of Fenchurch St, London, to Ann, only daughter of the late Mr Richard Southern, of this city / Marquardt II p117 n 339 Goethe's diary 17.1.1826 "ein durchreisender Engländer mit Namen Robinson; er schien in Handelsgeschäften von London nach Berlin gegangen zu sein und zwar auf dem Rückwege" / Pigot's 1839 George Robinson, accountant, 98 Fenchurch St