Savage, James

SOCIETY FOR CONSTITUTIONAL INFORMATION: James Savage of Maiden Lane, Wood St proposed member 11.4.1794 by Thomas Wardle 2nded Samuel Miller
GODWIN DIARY: 27.11.1795 Savage at Crown & Anchor / 8.12.1810 write to Savage / 29.5.1831 miss Savage at Cooke's
Thomas Wardle and Samuel Miller were both also noted by Godwin at C & A on 27.11.1795. James Savage was warehouseman at 28 Wood St Cheapside 1788-90 and was perhaps the witness at the Old Bailey in 1788 who said he stored articles of silk & twist and had been a servant one year previously. William son of William Savage labourer of Newington appr 5.7.1726 to John Jones of Skinners Co. William Savage = St Botolph Bishopsgate 29.10.1734 Eliz Hankcock by banns. John son of Wm & Eliz Savage bapt 16.6.1742 St Botolph Bishopsgate. Jjames son of Wm & Eliz Savage bapt 10.1.1744 St Botolph Bishopsgate. James born 1744 son of William Savage of Skinners Co freedom by patrimony 1772. James Savage warehouseman of Cheapside married 19.4.1772 St Clement Danes Mary dau of Thomas Ralph, cheesemonger in the Strand (his will PCC 1781 or 1813?) wits Thomas Ralph, William Savage, their children Samuel born 12.8.1773 bapt Shoreditch 9.6.1774 son of James & Mary of the Curtain, Lydia born North End Fulham 1775, James born 1779 (DNB 1779-1852 "of his parents nothing is known"), Elizabeth born1781, Sarah born 1783, Ann born 1784, Thomas born 1784, Charlotte 1788 all at Hoxton, all registered at Dr Williams' Library 3.6.1801. Samuel son of James Savage of Wood St warehouseman appr to father in Skinners Co 4.9.1787. James born 1779 son of James Savage Skinners Co freedom by patrimony 1807. Thomas son of James Savage of Maiden Lane, Wood St warehouseman appr to father in Skinners Co 2.12.1800. James Savage of 1, Maiden La, Wood St and Samuel Savage of Maiden Lane,Wood St in London Corresponding Society, list of Div 25 20.2.1794, Samuel Savage of 1 Maiden Lane also in list of Div 11 13.2.1794 (Nat Arch PC 1/23/38), James Savage in tything of spy Metcalfe 19.5.1794 (Thale, Selections from the Papers of LCS p169n). In list of crown witnesses for treason trials 16.10.1794. Thale p425 Citizen Savage re-elected assistant Secy LCS 29.3.1798. Will PCC 25.11.1818 of James Savage warehouseman of Hammersmith heretofore of Maiden Lane late of Turnham Green dated 7.9.1817 mentioned wife Mary, sons Samuel, James & Thomas, daus Lydia, Elizabeth, Sarah, Ann & Charlotte, sworn to by Edward Savage tinplate worker of 4 Edward St Soho (his will PCC 1843 or maybe 1834). Morn Chron 29.9.1818 died on 16th inst at Turnham Green in 74th year Mr James Savage formerly of Maiden Lane, Wood St.