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C. Smith New Map of Great Britain
C. Smith New Map of Great Britain
 
 
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Capt Letters 1800
Capt Letters 1800
15 Jan 1800 Eurus, Spithead Asks for a Lieutenant
22 Jan 1800 received orders from Adm Milbanke to move General Sedmoratsky and suite of the Russian Army to Gurnsey and asks the Admiralty for Table Money
24 Jan 1800 Informs the Admiralty that he spend 12 pound for the Russian General
6 April 1800 Eurus, Portsmouth Ask for a Lieutenant because the present Lt fell ill 
 
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Capt Letters 1801
Capt Letters 1801
10 Nov 1801 Order from Adm Keith to appoint Daniel Oliver Guion commander of HMS Eurus as Captain of HMS Trusty (and Alexander Wilson, Capt of HMS Trusty as Capt of HMS Alexandria)
23 Dec 1801 Informs the Admiralty of his arrival in Spithead with Maj Maj General Finch and 379 of the Coldstream Regiment having sailed from Gibraltar on the 8th as ordered by Adm James Saumarez
Governor O'Hara having inclosed to me a letter of the Earl of Cork requesting in cosequence of the fever prevailing in the Coldstream regiment of Guards embarked on board the Delft troop ship that those in health might be removed in the Trusty and whereas the disease still prevails on board the Delft in a manner to endanger the infection of the whole Regiment should they again be ordered to that ship. You are hereby required and directed to proceed to Spithead ...........
27 Dec 1801, Trusty, Spithead. Acknowledge to inform your Lordship before the ship was released from quarantine 
 
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Capt. Leters 1802
Capt. Leters 1802
4 Jan 1802 Trusty, Spithead
Asks pardon for seaman James Hendison for desertation in 1798
14 Mar 1802 Trusty, Spithead
Was directed by Rear Adm Richard Bickerton to move Maj General Coote and suite from Egypt to Malta
(Coote, with the Guards and two other brigades, landed on 16 August to its west where fierce opposition was encountered by the garrison of Fort Marabout, which the 54th Regiment of foot eventually stormed.)
and Maj General Finch from Gibraltar to England
16 Mar 1802 Trusty
Protests not getting the usual allowance
19 Mar 1802 Trusty, Spithead
General Sedmoratsky and suite of the Russian Army in dec 99 to Gurnsey on the Eurus
1st Brigade: Generalmajor Sedmoratsky (Sedmoratzky Musketeer Regiment (2) Combined Grenadiers (1))
24 Mar 1802 Trusty, Spithead.
Protests not getting the usual allowance for moving the General
2 April 1802 Ptotests again that his former protest was not honored
Without date - Letters addressed 20 Surrey street, Strand Agent Fowler N.) in which he recommends Mr Stanley, midshipman, and Mr Huggins (Master Mate). Mr Stanley was paid off 22 May 1802 
 
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Capt. Letter DO Guion 1803, 2nd Feby - HMS Princess Royal
Capt. Letter DO Guion 1803, 2nd Feby - HMS Princess Royal
obtain permission for my being absent(?) for a short time on cruize with Capt Vashon on this ship 
 
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Capt. Letters D.O. Guion 1803, 12th March - Southgate Middlesex
Capt. Letters D.O. Guion 1803, 12th March - Southgate Middlesex
anxiously willing(?) for employment and ready at a moments notice to follow any orders their Lordship would please to give me 
 
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Capt. Letters D.O. Guion 1807, 20 april - Ireland
Capt. Letters D.O. Guion 1807, 20 april - Ireland
Letter forwarded to the admiralty by Daniel Oliver Guion with a request of W. Borough(?) for an appointment in the district Haggs Head & Mutton Island (?). He was previously appointed to the HMS Princess Royal on which ship Daniel was Captain. 
 
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Capt. Letters D.O. Guion 1810, 20 March - Crotto, Listowel, Co Kerry
Capt. Letters D.O. Guion 1810, 20 March - Crotto, Listowel, Co Kerry
Letter of Daniel Oliver Guion, written at the home of William Ponsonby, in which he asks for a new appointment because of the reduction of the Irish Sea Fencibles.  
 
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Capt. Letters D.O. Guion 1810, 26 Oct - HMS St. George
Capt. Letters D.O. Guion 1810, 26 Oct - HMS St. George
Weekly accounts of the defects 
 
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Capt. Letters D.O. Guion 1810, 31 jan 1811 - HMS St George
Capt. Letters D.O. Guion 1810, 31 jan 1811 - HMS St George
asks permission to appoint a new carpenter 
 
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Capt. Letters D.O. Guion 1811, 11 jan - HMS Saint George, Spithead
Capt. Letters D.O. Guion 1811, 11 jan - HMS Saint George, Spithead
asks for a new Lieutenant in lieu of Lt Petty 
 
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Capt. Letters D.O. Guion 1811, 23 Mar 1811 - HMS St George
Capt. Letters D.O. Guion 1811, 23 Mar 1811 - HMS St George
forwards a letter of Horrace Petty in which he asks to be appointed to another ship 
 
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Capt. Letters DO Guion 1796
Capt. Letters DO Guion 1796
Daniel Oliver Guion was appointed commander of the sloop the Rattlesnake (English fleet) on 19 aug 1796 and the next day captain of the Vindictive (formerly Bellona of the Dutch fleet) by Admiral George Keith Elphinstone. I assume he was Lt.-Cdr on the Rattlesnake on 17 august 1796 at the Capitulation of Saldanha Bay (17 aug 1796) 
 
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Capt. Letters DO Guion 1798
Capt. Letters DO Guion 1798
Letter from Daniel to Evan Nepean concerning an incident in Gravesend when visiting his brother on the Diomede together with Lt. Pascoe. Daniel came on horseback from Chatham. 
 
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Capt. Letters DO Guion 1799, 12 august - Margate Road
Capt. Letters DO Guion 1799, 12 august - Margate Road
Informs the Admiralty that the complement of the ship, 121, are not sufficient to work the ship with safety and ask for 30 men in addition 
 
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Capt. Letters DO Guion 1799, 18 July - Portsmouth
Capt. Letters DO Guion 1799, 18 July - Portsmouth
Informs the admiralty that the Eurus will be able on emergency to receive 300 soldiers on board but if they have to stay more than 3 months no more than 260 
 
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Capt. Letters DO Guion 1799, 19 september - Margate Road
Capt. Letters DO Guion 1799, 19 september - Margate Road
Informs the admiralty of the arrival of the Eurus under his command 
 
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Capt. Letters DO Guion 1799, 29 december - Spithead
Capt. Letters DO Guion 1799, 29 december - Spithead
None killed or drowned on the Eurus under my command on the late expedition to Holland 
 
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Capt. Letters DO Guion 1805, 9 Dec - Surrey(?) street Kent
Capt. Letters DO Guion 1805, 9 Dec - Surrey(?) street Kent
Acknowledges to be appointed to the Sea Fencibles and proceeds to Dublin 
 
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Capt. Letters G.H. Guion 1811
Capt. Letters G.H. Guion 1811
Appointment of Gardiner Henry Guion as Captain of the Rainbow by Admiral Edward Pellew 
 
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Capt. Letters G.H. Guion 1812
Capt. Letters G.H. Guion 1812
3 june
* asks for proper allowences for the expences to move Baron d'Eroles and Suite from Mahon (Catalonia) to Majorca.
* Letter of Capt Codrington in which he forwards the order from Adm Pellew to move Baron d'Eroles to Palma de Majorca
* Letter from Adm Pellew
20 july
asks to be put on the list of half-pay because he is invalided on the Rainbow with a report in which is stated that Gardiner "is at times subjest to a pulmonary complaintin consequence of a severe attack of inflamation of the breast with which he was affected about six months ago" (jan 1812)
1 aug from Southampton
asks his half-pay to be directed to Mrs Cook and Halford, Norfolkstreet Strand
18 aug from Hamble nr Southampton asks for restitution of the cost of moving
* the Spanish Ambassador to Sicily (between 1806-1815 occupied by Brittain) and suite in july 1811 from Mahon to Cadiz with the Philomel by order of Adm Fremantle (150 pounds). He was put to the inconvenience of living and sleeping on deck all the passage.
* the Sheik of Bedreddin Turkish passenger(?) from Gibraltar to Malta in August 1811 by order of Commadore Penrose (50 pounds)
 
 
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Capt. Letters G.H. Guion 1813, 8 march - Hamble near Portsmouth
Capt. Letters G.H. Guion 1813, 8 march - Hamble near Portsmouth
states to be deserious to be again actively employed 
 
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Capt. Letters G.H. Guion 1814, 18 april
Capt. Letters G.H. Guion 1814, 18 april
Appointment to the San Juan 
 
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Capt. Letters G.H. Guion 1815
Capt. Letters G.H. Guion 1815
* Letters concerning the exchange of ships of Lt Geo Robinson (Minestral) and Lt. H S Shannon (Elizabeth) with copies to R Adm Fleeming and R Adm Bony le Minno (???)
* Letter to ask full personal pay from 25 april 1814 (embarked on the Eurostar at Portsmouth arrived 28 may 1814 Gibraltar) as Capt of the San Juan
* Letter in which Gardiner protests against an order of a heavy Im???... Please Help placed against his pay to a boy under age 
 
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Census 1861
Census 1861
30 New Broad Street
Charles J Fox MD - Head
Anne M F - wife - Born: Chatham
Emily J - daughter
Mary Hickey - Home Maid
Margaret Fitzgerald - Cook 
 
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Census 1861 - Cheltenham
Census 1861 - Cheltenham
 
 
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Census 1871 - Weston-super-Mare
Census 1871 - Weston-super-Mare
 
 
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Census 30 Mar 1851
Census 30 Mar 1851
30 New Broad Street
Anna Mary Fox - Head born: Kent, Sheerness
Charles J Fox - son
Gardiner G J Fox - son
Emily Fox - daur
Sophia Fox - sister
Richard Marshall - Footman
Julia Callagher - Cook 
 
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Census information for Charles James Fox and Anne Mary Guion
Census information for Charles James Fox and Anne Mary Guion
 
 
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Census information for Charles James Fox and Elisabeth Carkeet
Census information for Charles James Fox and Elisabeth Carkeet
 
 
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Census information for the family of Henry Edward Fox
Census information for the family of Henry Edward Fox
England & Canada 
 
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Certification as a Lieutenant
Certification as a Lieutenant
 
 
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Charles Bullen
Charles Bullen
 
 
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Charles Douglas
Charles Douglas
 
 
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Charles Hardy
Charles Hardy
 
 
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Chart Gardiner Henry Guion - bought in Paris, 1818
Chart Gardiner Henry Guion - bought in Paris, 1818
Description of his journey through France 
 
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Chart of France
Chart of France
Auvray, Marchand d'Estampes
Duai Malaquis No7 Paris
Mr. Le Capitaine G.H. Guion 1818
His cruizes between 1789-1825
Journey through France made in 1818
Complete Chart (jpg)
Complete Chart (pdf) 
 
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Condoleance at the death of Anne Mary Fox-Guion
Condoleance at the death of Anne Mary Fox-Guion
To mrs Albers by Charles Comberbach 17 march 1876
Address of the sender: St Ann's Chertsey

NEWSPAPER DETECTIVES, 1872, PAGE 11 - 29/06/1872 Mr Comberbach Chaplain, Chertsey, Marriage of Miss Fox 
 
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Converts to Rome during the XIXth Century
Converts to Rome during the XIXth Century
a list of about four thousand Protestants who have recently become Roman Catholics
COMPILED BY W. GORDON GORMAN, EDITOR OF THE TWO LAST EDITIONS OF "ROME'S RECRUITS."
Page 9
Laurence C. Prideaux Fox, a priest (Oblate of Mary Immaculate) at the Church of the English Martyrs, Tower Hill, London, E.G.
Page 21
The late Dr. Charles James Fox.
Page 61
Mrs. Fox, wife of Dr. C. J. Fox ; and great niece of Madame Guyon.
Miss Fox, daughter of Dr. Fox, of Falmouth, a Quaker ; now a nun.
Miss Sophia Fox 
 
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Copie uit het Poortersboek van de stad Rotterdam 1796
Copie uit het Poortersboek van de stad Rotterdam 1796
 
 
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Cornelis Jacob van de Graaff
Cornelis Jacob van de Graaff
 
 
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Cornelius Cruys
Cornelius Cruys
 
 
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Correspondentie ivm onderzeok door W.Th. en A.A.M. Weebers
Correspondentie ivm onderzeok door W.Th. en A.A.M. Weebers
 
 
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correspondentie van Gerrit Lebret, 1822-1896
correspondentie van Gerrit Lebret, 1822-1896
 
 
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Cort v. Parry
Cort v. Parry
1776 
 
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Cover for Great Wood Lease
Cover for Great Wood Lease
 
 
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Cover for Great Wood Release
Cover for Great Wood Release
 
 
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CWGC Archive Online
CWGC Archive Online
 
 
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Dagboek 1943
Dagboek 1943
 
 
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Daniel Guion v. Mathias DeGandasegui
Daniel Guion v. Mathias DeGandasegui
Mathias De Gandasegui owed Daniel Guion 200 pounds in 1775 (abt 4.000 pounds today)
Lord High Chancellor was Henry Bathurst
Guion v Gandasegui - Document in National Archive
* A certain Matias de Gandasegui is in 1785 "Botschaftangestellte" in Madrid
* LW of Matthias de Gandasegui 
 

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