Godwin Diary

Griffith, apothecary

First entry in Godwin diary (1788-1836 only): 
Saturday, 10 March, 1810

10.3.1810 call on Griffith, apothecary
Griffith & Son apothecaries 3 Leadenhall-st, (also Rich G in Covt Gdn & Sam. G in Tottenham-ct-rd)

Faulder, Robert

First entry in Godwin diary (1788-1836 only): 
Monday, 12 March, 1810

12.3.1810 dine at J White's, w. Faulder &c / 13.7.1810 call on Faulder / 11.10.1810 again / 13.10.1810 Faulder calls / 16.11.1810 again / 26.11.1810 again / 2.12.1810 write to Faulder / 3.8.1811 again / 27.11.1811 again / 18.12.1811 call on Faulder (not seen) / 20.12.1811 write to Faulder / 24.12.1811 Faulder calls / 4.1.1812 write to Faulder / 3.4.1812 meet Faulder / 29.6.1812 write to Faulder / 5.1.1813 again / 1.2.1814 Faulder calls / 15.9.1815 seek Faulder / 16.9.1815 again / 18.9.1815 again / 3.11.1815 call on White, adv. Faulder

Holman, Jane

First entry in Godwin diary (1788-1836 only): 
Saturday, 17 March, 1810

17.3.1810 call on Reynolds; adv. mrs Holman
At a call on the playwright Frederick Reynolds this was quite likely Jane the wife of Joseph George Holman DNB 1764-1817. If so she was dead three months later at age 41

Damiani

First entry in Godwin diary (1788-1836 only): 
Monday, 12 April, 1802

Damiani has a person record on GD website but it knows very little about him. F Damiani was a composer and music seller, in 1803 at Golden-sq. His residence in Holdens directory 1811 was 2 Upper John-st. The main source on the life of Joseph Robertson DNB 1726-1802 was an article in the Monthly Magazine (1802) 133-7 by Damiani

Bonsor

First entry in Godwin diary (1788-1836 only): 
Monday, 5 February, 1810

5.2.1810 call on Bonsor / 9.2.1810 again / 2.11.1813 again / 1.8.1823 again / 18.8.1823 seek Bonsor / 10.8.1823 again / 22.8.1823 call on Bonsor / 2.10.1823 again / 28.10.1823 again / 5.4.1825 Guildhall; Bonsor &c / 25.5.1825 call on Bonsor
Joseph Bonsor printer & stationer 132 Salisbury-sq, Fleet-st (1768-1835 bbti)

Baker, Thomas

First entry in Godwin diary (1788-1836 only): 
Friday, 23 February, 1810

23.2.1810 write to Baker / 4.8.1810 again / 10.11.1810 again / 19.11.1810 Baker (Southampton) calls / 10.12.1810 write to Baker / 15.7.1811 again / 3.9.1811 call on Baker / 25.1.1812 write to Baker / 9.3.1812 again / 16.3.1812 again / 22.12,1812 again

C Ml

First entry in Godwin diary (1788-1836 only): 
Tuesday, 16 January, 1810

16.1.1810 read C Ml pamphlet
Suggestion this could mean Court Martial but I haven't identified the pamphlet

Southworth

First entry in Godwin diary (1788-1836 only): 
Wednesday, 17 January, 1810

17.1.1810 write to Southworth
There was a John Southworth bookbinder from 1780 to about 1820 at various London addresses (bbti). He was a liveryman of St Martins le Grand in 1791.and he was of 9 Ave Maria-lane in 1804 when he bound his son Edward Lazarus apprentice. His baptism 1755 his will PCC 1838. A John & Ann Southworth baptised a child at Twickenham in 1804 which might explain why Godwin wrote rather than called. In Holdens 1805 court directory there was a Mr. John Southworth of 3 London-house-yard St Paul's. A much commoner surname in Lancashire

Ramsbottom

First entry in Godwin diary (1788-1836 only): 
Tuesday, 23 January, 1810

23.1.1810 call on Ramsbottom
Perhaps John Ramsbottom surgeon Paternoster-row (Holdens directory 1811)

Brodie

First entry in Godwin diary (1788-1836 only): 
Wednesday, 24 January, 1810

24.1.1810 write to Brodie / 4.4.1810 again / 4.8.1810 again / 5.12.1810 again / 15.7.1810 again / 20.9.1810 write to Brodie, for C(harles) C(lairmont) / 3.4.1814 Brodie calls / 23.4.1814 again / 26.4.1814 Brodie dines / 23.7.1819 Brodie calls / 28.7.1819 Museum; adv.

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