Clennell, John & Ann

write Clennel 14.9.1799 / 13.7.1806 dine at Nicholson's w. Clennel / 15.7.1806 Clennel calls (not in) / 17.7.1806 Clennel calls / 30.10.1807 call on Clennel / 2.12.1807 Clennel calls / 3.12.1807 Clennel sups / 6.12.1807 again / 7.12.1807 call on Clennel / 11.12.1807 Clennel calls / 12.12.1807 Clennel sups / 14.12.1807 Clennel calls / 19.12.1807 Clennel sups / 26.12.1807 Clennels call / 29.12.1807 again / 4.1.1808 again / 5.1.1808 Clennel calls / 9.1.1808 Clennels, T[homas] T[urner] & O[rlando] F[enwic]k dine / 12.1.1808 Clennel calls / 19.1.1808 E Topping, Clennel & F Walsh dine / 20.2.1808 Clennel calls / 20.6.1808 Clennel dines / 1.7.1808 Booth & Clennel at tea / 4.7.1808 Booth & Clennel call / 5.7.1808 Booth, Clennel & G[race] M[ary[ C[ooper] dine / 7.7.1808 Booth, Clennel & T[homas] T[urner] dine / 30.7.1808 Clennel calls / 13.8.1808 Clennels call / 28.11.1808 Clennel calls / 29.4.1809 again / 8.5.1809 again / 4.1.1810 Wolcot, L Eastwick, Clennels, 3 Tabarts & T[homas] T[urner] sup / 2.5.1810 Clennel at tea / 9.1.1811 Clennel calls / 27.3.1811 call on Clennel, engraver / 2.4.1811 Hume at tea, adv. Clennel
Probably John Clennell 1772-1822. Born 24.9.1772 bapt St Nicholas, Newcastle-upon Tyne 5.11.1772 son of John Clennell 1732-1787, hatter at premises later (1827) occupied by John Young at the foot of the Side, and his wife Ann (Ramsay) 1737-1817. Educated for the church but preferred literary study. Set up as pinmaker with John Taylor, mustard maker. Married 4.3.1800 Ann 1775-1863 dau of William Robson 1744-1824, ship and keel builder of North Shore, Newcastle, who contributed greatly to Royal Jubilee Schools and was a Unitarian Baptist of the congregation of William Turner DNB 1761-1859 at Hanover Square chapel, Paradise Fields. Came to London about 1805 and ran an academy in Homerton with the aid of his accomplished wife. Bankrupt as pinmaker June 1807. Admitted Fellow of Society of Antiquaries Edinburgh & Perth for his knowledge of Persian literature. His "Thoughts on the expediency of disclosing the processes of manufactories" was published 1808 in various journals. In 1811 he advertised the New Agricultural and Commercial Magazine edited by himself. He died at Brooksby's Walk, Homerton 23.12.1822 and was buried at Trinity Grove burial ground of New Gravel Pit meeting where his daughter Margaret Ann had been buried in June 1816 aged 10. His other two children were Ann Margaret 1803-1863 and John Edward 1804-1864. Probably all the above Clennels except 27.3.1811 Luke Clennell DNB 1781-1840. William Robson may be the Robson Godwin wrote to in 1801 and 1802. See British History Online for 1827 work re: Newcastle.
There was a Mordaunt Lawson Clennell attorney of 7 Staples Inn in these years but he seems much less likely
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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