Smith, Edward

31.10.1810 call on Montagu; adv. Edw. Smith
See my entries for Smith, John Raphael and for Topping for E Smith on 30.4.1804 and 23.1.1809. There was also E Smith sleeps on 1.10.1811 probably associated with M Smith who first called that day then four times more up to 4.11.1811 which was ppc (leavetaking). Edw Smith could have been any of the E Smith entries but my guess tells me he was not. Otherwise Edward Smith appeared nowhere else in Godwin's diary. Some possibles below
Edward Smith Esq of Oak Lodge Southgate died 1818 aged 64. He had married in 1780 at Ramsgate, Sarah, daughter of Thomas Tomson brewer of Ramsgate and his first wife Catherine (died 1757). His wife Sarah died in 1815. He may have been the Edward Smith Esq of Peckham in Holdens directory 1811. His will mentioned his sister Mary Hoggart widow (of Robert Hoggart will PCC 1809 who married Mary Atkins widow in 1780?) and his late wife's sister Dorothy Curling Bradberry (widow of David Bradberry DNB 1735-1803).
Edward Grose Smith 1769-1843 son of Samuel Smith of Bakers Company will PCC 1783 and his wife Mary sister of Nash Grose DNB 1740-1814. He was articled clerk to William Wood attorney 1784, married 1792 at Canterbury to Mary Fielder Heathfield, was clerk to Barbers Company.
Edward Smith 1 Cursitor-st Chancery-lane (Holdens directory 1811 & SunFire 1832) and Park-place Little Chelsea (SunFire 1824)
Edward Smith 22 Took's-court Chancery-lane / Edward Smith Little Stanhope-st Mayfair / Edward Smith Kingsland-rd (all Holdens directory 1811)