Gascoyne

call on (Gascoyne) 4.3.1803 / 5.3.1803 call on Gascoyne
The first call was for some reason in brackets (after a call on Perry) and was marked n for "not in" or similar. The next day Godwin made the call successfully. Possibly Thomas Gascoigne 1745-1810. He had been a Whig MP and was a member of the Society of Antiquaries from 1788. He may have been the Col. Gascoyne with a town address at 13 Tavistock Sq (Boyle's 1800) but that may have been Joseph Gascoyne of Tavistock Sq will PCC 1830. It's also possible he was no longer well by 1803 or chose not to come to town from his Yorkshire seat. Much less likely the staunch conservative MP Isaac Gascoyne DNB 1763-1841 or his brother Bamber Hist of Parl 1757-1824 or another brother Benjamin Gascoyne special pleader admitted Lincolns Inn 1793, later of 51 Mortimer St and Holles St, Cavendish Sq. Some other possibles James Gascoigne sugar broker St Dunstan's Hill 1790, Salters Coy & common councilman for Tower Ward, probably will PCC 1821 gent of Loughton Essex / A Gascoigne locksmiths to their Majesties 37 Bury St, St James 1790 / John Gascoin tailor 4 Woodstock St (Holdens 1811)