Wardle, Thomas

4.1.1796 at Tooke's / 27.11.1796 at Crown & Anchor / 20.3.1796 at Tooke's / 3.9.1796 at theatre / 12.2.1797 / 2.9.1798 / 16.2.1800 / 18.5.1800 all at Tooke's
Thomas Wardle of 9 Trump St, Cheapside proposed Society for Constitutional Information 23.11.1792 by George Williams 2nded John Horne Tooke
Perhaps Thomas Wardle Esq steward of Derbyshire Society dinner at Crown & Anchor 1791. Steward of SCI dinner 2.5.1794. Indicted in treason trials 6.10.1794 but "evaded the warrants" (Thale,, Selections p167). Steward of Friends of Parliamentary Reform 18.5.1797. In Kings Bench Prison 14.11.1800 discharged 10.8.1801, bankrupt 7.6.1801 late of Trump St warehouseman, certificate 17.8.1802. Maybe his will PCC 1815 Thomas Wardle of Weymouth Terrace, St Leonards Shoreditch, gent, executor Mr George Billinge of Shoreditch, silk broker, estate divided between brothers and sisters, dated 8.1.1815 proved 8.6.1815. But also see IR 26 will of Thomas Wardle of Macclesfield 1799. SunFire 1823 Joseph Johnson & Thomas Wardle 8 Lad Lane Cheapside silk manufacturers, SunFire 1826 Henry & Thomas Wardle silk manufacturers, Macclesfield. See J Ann Hone, The Cause of Truth