Stafford, Joseph

SOCIETY FOR CONSTITUTIONAL INFORMATION: Joseph Stafford of the Borough proposed member 24.1.1783 by Thomas Hinton Burley Oldfield 2nded John Jebb
World 2.2.1789 Joseph Stafford of Borough hosier bankrupt. World 5.2.1789 John Baskerville Stafford & John Wintle of 71 St Margarets Hill, Southwark hosiers advertised they had no connection with the bankrupt Joseph Stafford. So two of them to disentangle
Joseph Stafford (& 6 others) presented address of merchants and traders of Southwark to the King 1784 (Deformities of Fox & Burke), governor of Surrey Dispensary 1787, on committee appointed by retail shopkeepers of London, Westminster & Southwark 12.1.1788, Land Tax Commissioner for London 1790 (no address), foreman of jury in trial 24.2.1794 of Daniel Isaac Eaton for seditious libel, acquitted
Joseph Baskervile Stafford was the easier one  to trace. His grandfather Richard Stafford will PCC 10.3.1726 of Bristol merchant dated 12.11.1723 mentioned his wife Mary nee Andrews, his first wife Elizabeth and his deceased son Richard by her, his sons John & Arthur, his dau Elizabeth wife of Francis Vigor of Bristol woollen draper, his sister Mary, his brother in law James Parrott. Richard's children's births are recorded at the Bristol Quaker meeting. His son John Stafford clothier of Bradford, Wilts took an appr 1736. His will PCC 25.6.1783 John Stafford of Winchester St Maurice dated 21.8.1780 mentioned his children Richard, Joseph, John, Sarah, Love, and Mary wife of John Wintle and Rachel wife of James Elliot. The will PCC 9.3.1790 of Susanna Stafford spinster of Bristol (who died 6.1.1790 aged 84) dated 22.7.1789 mentioned her nephews Joseph Baskerville & John Stafford, her nephew Richard Stafford & his wife Mary, her nieces Mary Wintle and Love Stafford, her great nieces daus of late niece Rachel Elliot, and her sister Ann (who left a similar will shortly after). John Wintle of St Magnus London gent bach age 24 licensed 21.5.1759 to marry Mary Stafford of St Maurice Winchester there. John Baskerville son of John Stafford of Winchester gent appr 7.4.1762 to John Wintle of Vintners Co premium £20. John Baskervile Stafford of St Saviour Southwark bach = St Mildred Poultry by lic 5.11.1787 Sarah Wintle otp sp, wits Thos, Mary & Ann Wintle & Love Stafford. SunFire 1793 John Baskerville Stafford, William Fincham & Henry Pearsall 71 Borough hosiers. Will PCC 17.3.1800 of Joseph Baskervile Stafford of Kensington dated 30.6.1799 mentioned sister Love Stafford, niece Rachel wife of Thomas Harman of North Fleet, Kent, niece Harriot wife of William Wilson of Camberwell, niece Mary wife of Capt Paul Marshall of the Marines, brother John, wills of late father and of aunts Susanna & Ann, wife Sarah. John Baskervile Stafford bur 14.3.1800 St Mildred Poultry. Will PCC 26.11.1804 of Love Stafford of Bristol sp dated 4.10.1804 mentioned friend Hannah Blandford sp, William Wilson of Camberwell ironfounder, Sarah widow of brother Joseph Baskerville Stafford, Charles Bartlett of Duke St Bristol, Thomas Harman jr of Windfield Bank, Surrey, and the Society of Friends
Joseph son of Joseph & Catherine Stafford bapt 5.3.1758 St Bartholomew the Great, London / Joseph Stafford from Angel Alley age 63 buried 6.4.1823 St Giles, Cripplegate, London / Joseph Stafford from Basinghall St age 76 buried 17.11.1820 Bunhill Fields, his will PCC 9.12.1820 Joseph Stafford of 6. Love Lane, Aldermanbury & late of Wood St, warehouseman dated 29.6.1807 mentioned wife Ann who proved