Neale 26.3.1795 adv at King's.

See Trial of James Gillham 1795 for Mr Neale a former clerk of King's, also Scourge 1815 where John King's son George said he was "Jervoise Biddulph" at 16 Poland St  (1794) but concern was run by King's clerks Mr Brooks and Mr Neal

call on Neale 25.2.1804 (in Lewes) / 26.2.1804 call on mrs Neal / 27.2.1804 adieux, Neal & Langridge

Robert Neal corwainer of Lewes took an apprentice from 14.4.1803, and was leasing property from the Earl of Chichester in 1810 (East Sussex Record Office), Edwin Neal was a bootmaker of Lewes in 1827, his wife Susanna Rhoda nee Piercy

5.7.1804 write to I M Neale

John Mason Neale was an established clerk in the Secretary's Office at East India House from 1780 to 1810. He was baptised 19.11.1758 at Rotherhithe son of Pendock & Susanna Neal, and he married Sarah Mellor of St Botolph Bishopsgate 10.5.1788 at St George in the East, witnesses John Comerford & Samuel Mellor. He was living at 6 Union Place, Lambeth (Holden's 1805). His will PCC 1820 gent of St George Middlesex dated 5.11.1796 mentioned East India House, his wife Sarah, Samuel Mellor & his wife Catherine and his sister Ann wife of Adam Sewell of Gravesend, a codicil of 1806 mentioned his late uncle George Neale (will PCC 1797 seen) and his friend Henry Hodges of Islington. His widow proved the will. See my entries for Mellor and for Hodges

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G N Neale conveyancer 5 Lincolns inn 1799 /Joseph Neale sealer Kings Bench 1795-6 / Robert Dorset Neale attorney 10 Billiter La 1800