Rees

Submitted by edpope on Mon, 05/04/2021 - 20:06

5.9.1810 dine at Aldis's, w. Rees

Lloyd, Mrs

Submitted by edpope on Mon, 05/04/2021 - 04:05

1.9.1810 mrs Lloyd calls

Kirkman

Submitted by edpope on Mon, 05/04/2021 - 02:42

21.8.1810 Guildhall; Tabart, Kirkman &c / 11.9.1810 Baptist C H; Tabart, Kirkman &c
Kirkman only appeared in Godwin's diary at two of the sessions for Tabart's bankruptcy, but I couldn't find anyone of the name Kirkman in the book trades or legal profession.. Since Tabart had a long association with Soho it may have been the piano maker Joseph Kirkman (his will PCC 1830) of 19 Broad-st, Soho, son of Abraham Kirkman DNB 1737-1794 who may have been one of Tabart's creditors

Bingham

Submitted by edpope on Mon, 05/04/2021 - 01:55

20.08.1810 Examination of sir R(ichard) P(hillips); Bingham, Hannam &c / 21.8.1810 Guildhall; Tabart, Hannam, Bingham &c / 1.6.1811 Bingham & Hannam's clerk calls
Next to attorney Hannam (qv) in all three entries so likely in the law. Could have been Peregrine Bingham DNB 1788-1864 getting some legal experience?

White

Submitted by edpope on Sun, 04/04/2021 - 23:48

11.8.1810 Guildhall; Tabart, White &c / 20.8.1810 Examination of sir R(ichard) P(hillips); White &c / 21.8.1810 Guildhall; Tabart, White &c

Hannam, William

Submitted by edpope on Sun, 04/04/2021 - 23:15

11.8.1810 Guildhall; Tabart, Hannam &c / 20.8.1810 Examination of sir R(ichard) P(hillips); adv. Hannam &c / 21.8.1810 Guildhall; Tabart, Hannam &c / 9.10.1810 Baptist's Head; Tabart, Hannam &c / 12.10.1810 call on Hannam (not seen) / 5.2.1811 theatre; adv. Hannam / 1.6.1811 Hannam's clerk calls

Murphy P

Submitted by edpope on Sun, 04/04/2021 - 22:46

9.8.1810 P Murphy calls
A Patrick Murphy was officer of the night where a pickpocket crime that had occurred in Skinner-st was reported on 19.5.1811 though this was perhaps not the same Skinner-st where Godwin lived. A Patrick Murphy stonemason Marlborough-row St James Westminster voted Burdett 1818. Patrick Murphy DNB 1782-1847 could conceivably have been this caller. There was also a Phineas Murphy Old Bailey 18.9.1816 victim of a theft but no address given. And a Peter Murphy law officer in 1811. All these from London Lives

Bishopsgate

Submitted by edpope on Sun, 04/04/2021 - 21:12

2.8.1810 M(ary) J(ane) for Bishopsgate, w. F(anny) / 6.8.1810 M(ary) J(ane) & F(anny) from Bishopsgate

Robins

Submitted by edpope on Sun, 04/04/2021 - 20:52

4.8.1810 write to Robins
James Robbins bookseller College-st Winchester (Holdens directory 1811) from 1793 to 1816 (bbti). Unlikely to have been the Robins at Egerton's on 28.2.1801

Marshall, John

Submitted by edpope on Sun, 04/04/2021 - 04:34

30.7.1810 write to Marshal /10.11.1810 write to Marchl  / 4.1.1811 write to Marshal
Probably John Marshall bookseller of Newcastle upon Tyne and Gateshead from 1801 to 1831 (bbti)