Gaugain

call on Gaugain 20.12.1802
Most likely Thomas Gaugain DNB 1756? - 1810? or his brother Peter John Gaugain DNB1762-1813
Amendments to Oxford DNB
THOMAS GAUGAIN bap.1756?,d.1810?
CURRENT TEXT "(bap.1756?, d.1810?)"
SUGGESTED CHANGE <(1756-1831)>
CURRENT TEXT "Peter Gaugain (b.1762)"
SUGGESTED CHANGE <Peter Gaugain (1762-1813)>
CURRENT TEXT "November 1809, and he probably died soon afterwards."
SUGGESTED CHANGE <November 1809. Gaugain had married his sister-in-law Marianne Ame Le Cointe at St Anne, Soho on 28 April 1787 and they had at least four children, Mary Anne (b.1788) who married Joseph Satchwell in 1813, Philip Augustus (1791-1859) who exhibited at the Royal Academy in 1808 and 1809 from his father's address in Chelsea, and was a portrait painter in Southampton from 1825, John James (c1793-1858), and Jane (c1798-1859) who died unmarried at Walworth, Surrey. Gaugain's print after Joshua Reynolds of Dr James Beattie in William Forbes' account of his life was much advertised in Scottish newspapers in 1806 and may have encouraged Gauguin to move to Edinburgh. His print of members of the Scottish bench and bar after Benjamin William Crombie was advertised in the Glasgow Herald of 24 February 1826, but he was chiefly in business as a lace merchant with his son John James until his death aged 75 'of old age' on 3 October 1831 at 3 Leslie Place, Stockbridge, Edinburgh.>
NOTES General Register Office Scotland 685/02 0500 0077