Crabb Robinson Diary

Jones, Colonel

First entry in Godwin diary (1788-1836 only): 
Wednesday, 25 February, 1829

HCR diary 25.2.1829 at London University, Col. Jones "(said to be a violent republican)"
Leslie Grove Jones (DNB 1779-1839)

Sebright, John

First entry in Godwin diary (1788-1836 only): 
Sunday, 22 February, 1829

HCR diary 22.2.1829 at Athenaeum, Sir John Seebright "said to be a very worthy man but the most dangerous talker of the club"
John Saunders Sebright (DNB 1767-1846)


First entry in Godwin diary (1788-1836 only): 
Thursday, 20 March, 1828

HCR diary 20.3.1828 "young Rolfe son of Lucy Rolfe mt cousin formerly Lucy Crabb"
                    24.6.1828 "dined with Rolfe - no one there but Mrs Dalton and Collier"
Thomas Rolfe = Lucy Crabb, bapt 1776 dau of Zachariah Crabb, brother of Henry Crabb Robinson's mother Jemima, and Elizabeth (née Jolly). Thomas Rolfe will PCC 1841 of Rayne, Essex


First entry in Godwin diary (1788-1836 only): 
Sunday, 10 February, 1828

HCR diary 10.2.1828 Caroline Hutchison's consumption. Mrs T: R: sleeps with her sister
                      2.8.1828 at Bury at his brother's family "Mrs T: R: had undergone considerable agitation from the arrival of her brother and sister a week before and this had produced a premature delivery of a dead boy. She is however now doing well"
                  29.11.1828 Dined with Hutchison -"Poor Mrs H: was full of her loss and talked all dinner time about Caroline and Robert"
                      7.5.1829 Hutchison (shorthand passage)

Cook, Richard

First entry in Godwin diary (1788-1836 only): 
Saturday, 24 May, 1828

HCR diary 24.5.1828 at the Flaxman's "Mr Cooke who had travelled in Rome"
                    13.6.1828 at W Benecke's Deptford "a sensible gentlemanly man formerly an artist whom I saw lately at the Flaxmans - a Mr Cook"
                    4.12.1828 more on Cook RA
                    28.2.1829 "I called on Cooke, and with him in Euston Sq: but Mrs A: was too ill to be herself the exhibitor of the pictures"


First entry in Godwin diary (1788-1836 only): 
Thursday, 19 June, 1828

HCR diary 19.6.1828 at Jameson's at Hackney "the daughters of Mrs Davy and the late Mrs Darvil interested me on account of their mothers"
                    20.1.1829 Feb or Mar 1800 Robinson got message from Mrs Davy "thro her brother Mr Saville that my visits in her house were not agreeable to Mr Davy" (Mr Davy now partner with McMurdo, Gould Sq)
                       3.2.1829 Mr Davy - husband of his eldest daughter Mr Wansey

Ries, Ferdinand

First entry in Godwin diary (1788-1836 only): 
Tuesday, 30 April, 1822

HCR diary 30.4.1822  "to Aders - it being Ellen's birthday. The Cardons were there and Mr & Mrs Reece and some young men"
                    19.5.1822 to Aders "only the Reeces there and a little musick"
                  31.10.1822 "to Aders. I found the Reeces and a small party there"

Rowe, magistrate

First entry in Godwin diary (1788-1836 only): 
Thursday, 24 April, 1823

HCR diary 24.4.1823 Kelly, Mrs Aders first husband fined for drunkenness outside Aders' house "I spoke with the sitting magistrate Mr Rowe - or Roe" "R: said he was going to talk about family matters but I would not listen to him. Mr A's servant has since told me that Mr Cameron whispered to Mr R: that it was a family matter"
See Cameron (QV*). Sir Frederick Adair Roe born 19.3.1789 created baronet 1836 died 20.4.1866 when baronetcy expired see Burke's Peerage & Baronetage between 1837 and 1866. Will proved effects under £120,000


First entry in Godwin diary (1788-1836 only): 
Wednesday, 15 May, 1839

HCR diary 15.5.1839 "call from Miss Aldebert with her brother in law Reeve"


First entry in Godwin diary (1788-1836 only): 
Saturday, 8 April, 1826

HCR diary 8.4.1826 "to Aders where I heard melancholy news - poor Sieveking has failed - an excellent man and his family must be grievously afflicted by the blow - A: spoke of the uncertainty of the times as of an overwhelming evil and of Rothschild as a sort of general prop intimating that had not R: taken this paper of his own house they could not have gone on"