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SOCIETY FOR CONSTITUTIONAL INFORMATION: Nash of Royston proposed member 30.3.1781 by Joseph Parker 2nded John Jebb

William s of Thomas Nash & Sarah nee Wallis born 1745 married 1774 Hester Wedd, died 30.12.1829. Woodfall's register 27.1.1790 Wm Nash signed resolutions of Canbridgeshire Constitutional Society. 1791 Unitarian Society, attorney of Royston, his son Wedd William Nash articled to him 1792. Morning Chronicle 9.1.1818 W Nash Royston subscr to William Hone (DNB 1780-1842) and see below


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Nicholson, Samuel

SOCIETY FOR CONSTITUTIONAL INFORMATION: Samuel Nicholson of Cateaton St proposed member 12.11.1782 by Joseph Brown 2nded John Jebb

See Moorman, William Wordsworth vol 1 p 209 Wordsworth's friend a haberdasher of 15 Cateaton St, they went together to hear the sermons of Joseph Fawcett (DNB c.1758-1804). In 1802 he lived at 38 Finsbury Sq and spent summers at Guildford. Baptised Sept 1738 s of George & Hannah at Independent meeting house Huddlesceugh, Cumberland. Morning Chron 22.7.1798  "To Mr Samuel Nicholson, Cateaton St. Sir, A number of Young Men, Clerks and Warehousemen,…

Norcliffe, James

SOCIETY FOR CONSTITUTIONAL INFORMATION: Sir James Norcliffe proposed member 17.5.1782 by John Cartwright 2nded John Jebb

Ker, James Innes- (DNB 1736-1823)

Northcote, Thomas

SOCIETY FOR CONSTITUTIONAL INFORMATION: Rev Thomas Northcote of Chelsea proposed member 13.10.1780 by Richard Brocklesby 2nded John Cartwright

He was perhaps the Thomas Northcote son of Joseph of Newbury who matric. Oxford 1763 age 36. He spent some years as a chaplain in India but didn't appear in any Army Lists (full of half pay) despite calling himself a Chaplain in the Royal Artillery on his book title pages. There is a letter from John Bourke to the Rev Thomas Northcote dated 1776 in Sheffield Archives WWM/BkP/4/1/15 (not seen). His Observations on the Natural & Civil…

Notcutt, William

SOCIETY FOR CONSTITUTIONAL INFORMATION: William Notcutt of Ipswich proposed member 10.1.1794 by Francis Weldon 2nded George Williams. He had already appeared in the minutes on 29.6.1792 listed as having taken 100 copies of Thomas Paine's Letter to Dundas

William Notcutt linendraper of Ipswich 1743-1809. His grandfather Rev William Notcutt born Whirgton, Somerset 1672, married Martha Payne (died 1755) and was minister at Tacket Street Meeting House, Ipswich from 1724 till his death on 17.7.1756. His father John Notcutt 1711-1778, his mother Susanna née Wilkinson (died 1785). He was…