A-Z of Entries

Laing, Malcolm

SOCIETY FOR CONSTITUTIONAL INFORMATION: Malcolm Laing Esq of 11 Southampton Buildings proposed member 11.5.1792  by Lord Daer 2nded John Farnell Tuffin, WITHDRAWN

Malcolm Laing 1762-1818 (historyofparliamentonline 1790-1820). Signed declaration of Society of Friendsa of the People 26.4.1792 / Morn Post 7.3.1794 counsel with Adam Gillies & Archibald Fletcher to Joseph Gerrald at his trial in Edinburgh / Morn Post 20.1.1796 in minority who voted for Erskine as dean of Edinburgh Law Faculty / Oracle 10.11.1796 joined Whig Club 8.11.1796 / Oracle 26.6.1800 ad for his History of…

Lawrence, French

SOCIETY FOR CONSTITUTIONAL INFORMATION: French Lawrence of Corpus Christi College, Oxford proposed member 4.1781 by John Cartwright 2nded Edward Bridgen

French Lawrence DNB 1757-1809


Lemaistre, John Gustavus

SOCIETY FOR CONSTITUTIONAL INFORMATION: John Gustavus Le Maitre Esq of Queens College Oxford proposed member 6.6.1788 by Rev William Beville 2nded John Lodge Batley

John Gustavus Lemaister born 2.3.1769 bapt 4.3.1769 Percy Chapel St Pancras of Stephen Cesar & Mary. His father Stephen was recorder of Rochester appointed judge of Supreme Court of Justice Calcutta 1773, died 1778. His mother Mary was dau of James Roche of Abystrowy, co Cork and married 2ndly 1779 Gustavus Adam Baron Nolcken (Swedish ambassador) who died 16.12.1812, she died 2.7.1816 in 78th year (Gents Mag). He…

Lennox, Charles

SOCIETY FOR CONSTITUTIONAL INFORMATION: Charles Lennox Duke of Richmond proposed member 16.5.1783 by Richard Brockleby 2nded Edward Hall

Charles Lennox DNB 1735-1806


SOCIETY FOR CONSTITUTIONAL INFORMATION: Sir Watkin Lewes of Kings Road, Grays Inn Lane original member 1780. took on Wales for SCI tract distribution

Watkin Lewes 1740-1821 (historyofparliamentonline 1754-1790 & 1790-1820)

GODWIN DIARY: 11.11.1788 Lewis at miss Williams' / 9.2.1790 again / 7.5.1790 again / 13.5.1791 again.

Many of the Lewis entries have been coded in GD website to Sir Watkin Lewes but I find most of these unlikely. The Lewis at miss Williams' could have been one of a number of subscribers to her 1786 Poems (T Lewis Esq, C Lewis Esq, R Lewis Esq…

Lloyd, Gamaliel

SOCIETY FOR CONSTITUTIONAL INFORMATION: Gamaliel Lloyd of Leeds "by Jackson Leeds wagon" proposed member 3.11.1780 by Thomas Bentley 2nded Adam Walker

Gamaliel Lloyd DNB 1744-1817 see entries for George Lloyd and Thomas Lloyd in SCI dataset and for Lloyd in Godwin Diary dataset

Lloyd, George

SOCIETY FOR CONSTITUTIONAL INFORMATION: George Lloyd of Manchester proposed member 7.11.1783 by John Cartwright 2nded John Baynes

Brother of Gamaliel Lloyd DNB 1744-1817 also SCI member. George born 30.10.1748 bapt 9.11.1748 Middleton, Lancs of George & Susanna, admitted Middle Temple 1768 3rd son of George Lloyd of Holme, Manchester, Esq, called to bar 1776. Provided account of Knaresborough for SCI, 20.2.1783. His father George will PCC 26.2.1784 mentioned sons Gamaliel, George & Thomas, late son John, dau Susanna wife of Rev Henry Wray, and dau Elizabeth Bateson. George…

Lloyd, Thomas

SOCIETY FOR CONSTITUTIONAL INFORMATION: Thomas Lloyd  Esq of Lymington proposed member 11.5.1792 by Robert Merry 2nded William Sharpe

Possibly a brother of Gamaliel Lloyd DNB 1744-1817, who along with his bother George 1748-1804 was an SCI member, but active in the early 1780s. They had a brother Thomas 1750-1828 his will PCC 10.7.1828 of Kingsthorp House, nr Pickering, Yorks but no reason to suppose he ever lived at Lymington. That there was a Thomas Lloyd Esq of Lymington, Hants is confirmed by True Briton 23.3.1796 where a letter from him reported the discovery of the bodies of…

Lockhart, John

SOCIETY FOR CONSTITUTIONAL INFORMATION: John Lockhart of Pall Mall proposed member 15.1.1790 by Alvise Zenobio 2nded Richard Sharp

John Ingram Lockhart 1765-1835 (historyofparliamentonline 1790-1820, 1820-1832). His father James Lockhart banker of Pall Mall by 1793 had moved his country residence from Melchett Park, Wilts to Sherfield House nr Rumsey, Hants. In 1799 John Ingram Lockhart's address was Barnes Terrace Surrey and on 30.12.1809 the Mortlake parish overseers took a bond from him in £100 against the child of Ann Fishlock singlewoman (Surrey History Centre 2414/6/39)

Lofft, Capel

SOCIETY FOR CONSTITUTIONAL INFORMATION: Capel Lofft ("direct to Mr Dilly's in the Poultry") original member 1780 later of Queen Square Bloomsbury, took on Suffolk for SCI tract distribution, 8.12.1785 his guest Mr Kent at SCI dinner

CURRENT TEXT "his second wife, Sarah Watson, daughter of John Finch"
SUGGESTED CHANGE <his second wife, Sarah Watson(1780-1855), daughter of Joseph Finch>
NOTES She was baptised 17.12.1780 at St Benedict's Cambridge, dau of Joseph & Sarah. She married Lofft there 10.3.1802.…

Luders, Alexander

SOCIETY FOR CONSTITUTIONAL INFORMATION: Alexander Luders Esq of Inner Temple proposed member 22.11.1782 by Joseph Brown 2nded Edward Hall

Alexander Luders DNB d.1819.  His father Theodore Luders secretaire to Russian ambassador married at the German Lutheran church, Savoy, London on 19.10.1749 Miss Ann Berry by lic. When he wrote his will on 11.10.1774 he said his younger son Alexander was aged 18, so he was born about 1756 / General Evening Post 13.12.1774 Theodore Luders died at Bath 6.12.1774 / Middlesex Journal 20.7.1776 Lucretia Luders (Alexander's sister) married at Bath Abbey…