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miss Walsh 25.9.1802 adv at dinner with Napier / 29.9.1802 miss Walsh dines adv Napier / 18.11.1803 miss Walsh calls / 22.2.1804 Ct Pool & miss Walsh call / 4.3.1804 Miss Walsh adv at dinner (& Rawlins) / 7.3.1804 sup at Napier's w. Miss Walsh & Miss Burt  / 11.3.1804  Jno & V Napier, Miss Walsh & Miss Burt dine / 24.3.1804 Walsh & Burt call / 29.3.1804 call on Miss Walsh, adv miss Green & V N(apier) / 17.4.1804 Miss Walsh dines / 26.6.1806 meet Walsh / 5.7.1806 Walsh's / 10.7.1806 call at Walsh's / 30.7.1806 call on Walsh / 29.10.1807 Walsh calls / 30.10.1807 again / 2.11.1807 again / 3.11.1807 again / 27.11.1807 call on Nicholson: adv. Walsh / 30.11.1807 Walsh calls / 1.12.1807 call on Sloper (adv. Walsh) / 19.1.1808 E Topping, Clennel & F Walsh dine / 23.5.1808 miss Walsh sups & M & V Napier / 15.3.1809 Walsh calls / 28.3.1809 F Walsh dines & sleeps / 12.11.1809 write to miss Walsh / 8.12.1809 write to M Walsh / 17.12.1809 again / 27.12.1809 again / 14.1.1810 again / 16.1.1810 again / 7.2.1810 again / 25.3.1810 again / 2.5.1810 again / 11.6.1810 again / 10.3.1811 Walsh dines / 28.3.1811 again / 17.4.1812 Frank Walsh calls / 12.7.1812 Walsh adv. at Hume / 1.11.1812 C M & F Walsh dine / 5.11.1812 F Walsh (dines?) / 7.2.1813 Walsh dines / 28.3.1813 Walsh invited to dine / 8.11.1813 Walsh at Aldis's / 28.3.1814 F Walsh adv at dinner / 14.12.1814 Walsh & Nisbet, sale / 13.12.1815 call on F Walsh / 9.12.1817 F Walsh calls / 17.7.1819 call on F Walsh, Custom House / 20.7.1819 call on F Walsh
Philip Walsh Captain RN of Stonehouse nr Plymouth will PCC 6.10.1789 dated 29.5.1789 left his three youngest daughters Philis, Katherine & Margaret. £21 p a mostly for house rent and mentioned John Pasley Esq merchant in London, his friend and attorney. He was Lt 1760, Commander 1778. His daughter Mary married John Napper about 1781 (see Napier). Miss Walsh was probably the youngest daughter Margaret who received a legacy in the will of Elizabeth Burt 1808 (see Burt, Miss). The entries of 11.3.1804 and 24.3.1804 make it more likely that Walsh & Burt referred to the two spinsters rather than that they each had a male relative who called together two weeks after the spinsters had dined. The write to miss (and then M) Walsh entries in 1809 and 1810 may well have been to Margaret Walsh. However the plain Walsh entries in 1806 and 1807 suggest more of a business arrangement as they were nearly all calls and two advs, at Nicholson's and at Sloper's (there was a connection between Nicholson & Sloper). Benjamin Walsh bapt 23.8.1778 Holborn of Francis (law stationer of Inner Temple Lane, later of Bank of England PCC 17.8.1810) & Ann, historyofparliamentonline 1790-1820 MP for Wootton Bassett 1808-1812, a stockbroker who went bankrupt in 1808 and was found guilty of stealing £23,000 in 1812 but let off lightly, was also with his partner Thomas Nesbitt the contractor for the second City Lottery, some of the prizes were to be properties in Skinner Street, one of which was Godwin's house, so Benjamin Walsh was a possible for the plain Walsh entries in 1806 and 1807, and was clearly referred to on 14.12.1814 Walsh & Nisbet. Walsh seems to have bought the seat in Wootten Basett for £5000 in order to declare himself bankrupt with parliamentary immunity from creditors. He died in 1856 in Worcestershire in obscurity but not poverty. See draft of letter from William Godwin in Bodleian MS Abinger c.19 f 19-20. The F Walsh who first appeared in 1808 may have been the same as the Frank Walsh of 1812, and from the entry of 1819, may by then have had a position in the Custom House