A-Z of Entries

Savage, James

SOCIETY FOR CONSTITUTIONAL INFORMATION: James Savage of Maiden Lane, Wood St proposed member 11.4.1794 by Thomas Wardle 2nded Samuel Miller

GODWIN DIARY: 27.11.1795 Savage at Crown & Anchor / 8.12.1810 write to Savage / 29.5.1831 miss Savage at Cooke's

Thomas Wardle and Samuel Miller were both also noted by Godwin at C & A on 27.11.1795. James Savage was warehouseman at 28 Wood St Cheapside 1788-90 and was perhaps the witness at the Old Bailey in 1788 who said he stored articles of silk & twist and had been a servant one year previously. William son of William…


Simison, Richard

see Poland Street 1 to 9 & 49 to 62 in London Addresses dataset

Richard Simison 7 Poland St ratebooks 1793-7 / attorney Kings Bench & solicitor Chancery articled 1787 to Thomas Borne / Richard Simison bach otp = St Margaret Westminster 6.2.1791 Hannah Atkinson sp of Lambeth by lic wits Arthur Goodwin, B Goodwin, James Burford / Ann d of Richard & Hannah Simison bapt 12.1.1792 St James, Mary bapt 13.1.1793, Hannah bapt 27.5.1795, Richard bapt 24.11.1796, Margaret bapt 29.5.1798 / Mr Simison 7 Poland St agent for Yorkshire school ad in World 10.8.1793 / Oracle 28.2.1795…


Sinclair, Charles

SOCIETY FOR CONSTITUTIONAL INFORMATION: Charles Sinclair proposed member 18.5.1792 by John Horne Tooke 2nded John Frost. His first recorded attendance at a London Corresponding Society meeting was on 21.6.1792

GODWIN DIARY: 12.9.1794 S, sup with, This was most likely Charles Sinclair as his was the only name beginning with S appearing earlier in that day's entry

Charles Sinclair was an illegitimate nephew of Sir John Sinclair DNB 1754-1835. Parish register of Latheron Caithness 20.1.1769 George Sinclair son to Lybster had a child baptised got out of wedlock nam'd Charles…