Research in the Archives in England

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Personalities

Duke of Portland (William Cavendish-Bentinck) Home Secretary in 1794 Government
Henry Dundas Secretary of State Government
Gilbert Elliot 1794-1796 Vice Roy of Corsica Government
Frederick North Secretary if State to Gilbert Elliot Government
Robert Boyd Governor of Gibraltar Oct 1790-13 May 1794 Government
Henry Clinton Governor of Gibraltar 1794–1795 (died in London before taking up the post) Government
Charles Rainsford Governor of Gibraltar 13 May 1794 to 30 December 1795 Government
Charles O'Hara Governor of Gibraltar 30 December 1795 to 25 February 1802 Government
John Pitt, Earl of Chatham Governor of Gibraltar Government
Thomas Pelham Privy Councel 1795 (advises the sovereign on the exercise of the Royal Prerogative) Government
William Pitt Lt-Governor of Portsmouth 1794-1810 and General Officer Commanding South-West District Government
Henry Fox Lt-Governor of Portsmouth 1810-1811 and General Officer Commanding South-West District Government

Duke of York (Prince Frederick)

(1794) 1797Commander-in-Chief Army
Lt. General Charles Stuart Commander of the Army on Corsica 1794 Army
Lt. General John Thomas De Burgh Commander of the forces in Corsica 1795-1796 Army
Colonel David Douglas Wemys Governor of Calvi 1794-1796 Army
Major-General Charles Horneck 62nd (Wiltshire) Regiment of Foot,commander of Porte-au-Prince, Haïti Army
Evan Nepean

Secretary to the Admiralty

Navy
Lord Vincent, John Jervis Commander in Chief Mediterranean Navy
Horatio Nelson Capt. HMS Agamemnon/HMS Captain and squadron leader in the Mediterranean Navy
Thomas Fremantle companion of Nelson  
Charles Elphinston, Lord Fleeming Captain HMS Tartar Navy
James Crichton Master of Transportship/Victualler Tartar Navy
Philip Dauvergne, prince of Bouillon (was adopted abt 1787 by a far cousin, the 6th Duke of Bouillon) British naval officer Navy
 

 

 

 

National Archives London

ADM - Records of the Admiralty, Naval Forces, Royal Marines, Coastguard, and related bodies
Records of the Navy Board and the Board of Admiralty

ADM 1 - Admiralty, and Ministry of Defence, Navy Department: Correspondence and Papers

 

ORIGINAL SERIES (1st group): 1660-1839

 
 

LETTERS FROM ADMIRALS ETC. - MEDITERRANEAN

 

1/391-396

1793-1797

Letters from Commanders-in-Chief, Mediterranean

 
 

NAVAL STATIONS - CORK

 

1/621

Letters from Commanders-in-Chief, Cork 1806-1809

   
 

CAPTAINS' LETTERS - SURNAMES A-H

 

1/1765

Letters from Captains, Surnames E. - 1798

Letter from Captain Elphinston  dated 7 March 1798, requesting that GHG be appointed to Diomede under his command.

 

1/1843

Letters from Captains, Surnames G - 1796.

171 - Capt. Letters D.O. Guion,

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 previously Lt.-Cdr on the Rattlesnake on 17 august 1796 at the Battle of Saldanha Bay (17 aug 1796)

 

1/1844

Letters from Captains, Surnames G - 1797

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1/1845

Letters from Captains, Surnames G - 1798

120 - Capt. Letters D.O. Guion june 29th 1798

Transcription

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.

The Diomede (see Rif Winfield)

  • was launched 17 jan  1798

  • commissioned for the North sea 8 march 1798

  • sailed to South Africa 6 december 1798

Gardiners daughter Anne Mary was born 4 november 1798 !!!

Daniel must have lived with his mother and Polini (wife of Gardiner) in Chatham

 

1/1846

Letters from Captains, Surnames G - 1799

Capt. Letters D.O. Guion

186 - 18 July 1799 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

187 - 12 august 1799 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

188 - 19 september 1799 Margate Road

Informs the admiralty of the arrival of the Eurus under his command

18-19 september - See Kent History and Library Centre

189 - 29 december 1799 Spithead

None killed or drowned on the Eurus under my command on the late expedition to Holland

 

1/1847

Letters from Captains, Surnames G - 1800

166-170 Capt. Letters D.O. Guion

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

See also Privy Council

 

1/1848

Letters from Captains, Surnames G - 1801

236-247 Capt. Letters D.O. Guion

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

 

1/1849

Letters from Captains, Surnames G - 1802

131-140 Capt. Letters D.O. Guion

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 Protests 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

 

1/1850

Letters from Captains, Surnames G - 1803

259 Capt. Letters D.O. Guion

Southgate Middlesex 12th March 1803, anxiously willing(?) for employment and ready at a moments notice to follow any orders their Lordship would please to give me

 

1/1851

Letters from Captains, Surnames G - 1804

252 Capt. Letter D.O. Guion 1804

HMS Princess Royal 2nd Feby 1803, obtain permission for my being absent(?) for a short time on cruize with Capt Vashon on this ship

253 Capt. Letter John Guyon

9th February 1804. As commander of the brig Starling John proposes ........... PLEASE HELP

John Guyon is the father

of General Richard Debaufre Guyon in Hungarian service mentioned in the last will of Sara, widow of Daniel Oliver Guion

and of Lt. John Frederick Guyon who entered te Royal Navy 11 Feb 1823 as a 1st class volunteer on the Tribune captained by Gardiner Henry Guion

and of Rev. Gardiner Guion Guyon who is named after Gardiner Henry Guion

 

1/1852

Letters from Captains, Surnames G - 1805

2 Capt. Letters D.O. Guion  

9 Dec 1805 from 29 Surrey(?) street Kent. Acknowledges to be appointed to the Sea Fencibles and proceeds to Dublin

 

1/1853

Letters from Captains, Surnames G - 1806

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1/1854

Letters from Captains, Surnames G - 1807

205 Capt. Letters D.O. Guion,

Letter forwarded to the admiralty by Daniel Oliver Guion on 20 april, Ireland with an 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.

 

1/1857

Letters from Captains, Surnames G - 1810

29 Capt. Letters D.O. Guion,

Letter of Daniel Oliver Guion, written 20 March 1810 at Crotto, Listowel, Co Kerry, home of William Ponsonby, in which he asks for a new appointment because of the reduction of the Irish Sea Fencibles. It seems he is re-organizing his life at this place which leads to the conclusion that he is guest of William and his marriage to the stepdaughter of William has the consent of William. Obviously he has the time to write letters and he gives the address to be able to receive answers (?).

130, Capt. Letters D.O. Guion,

26 Oct 1810 - Weekly accounts of the defects of the HMS St. George

134 Capt. Letters D.O. Guion

8 Oct 1810 - HMS St George - Informs the Admiralty that James Banett was impressed and was not voluntarely employed

 

1/1858

Letters from Captains, Surnames G - 1811

6 Capt. Letters D.O. Guion 11 jan,

written on the HMS Saint George , Spithead in which he asks for a new Lieutenant in lieu of Lt Petty

15  Capt. Letters D.O. Guion

HMS St George 31 jan 1811 asks permission to appoint a new carpenter

39 Capt. Letters D.O. Guion

HMS St George 23 Mar 1811 forwards a letter of Horrace Petty in which he asks to be appointed to another ship
141 Capt. Letters G.H. Guion

Appointment of Gardiner Henry Guion as Captain of the Rainbow by Admiral Edward Pellew

 

1/1859

Letters from Captains, Surnames G - 1812

Capt. Letters G.H. Guion

117 Letter of 3 june in which he 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

125 Letter of 20 july in which he 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)

126 Letter of 1 aug from Southampton in which he asks his half-pay to be directed to Mrs Cook and Halford, Norfolkstreet Strand

174 Letter of 18 aug from Hamble nr Southampton is which he 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)

 

1/1860

Letters from Captains, Surnames G - 1813

33 Capt. Letters G.H. Guion

Letter of 8 march from Hamble near Portsmouth in which he states to be deserious to be again actively employed

 

1/1861

Letters from Captains, Surnames G - 1814

51 Capt. Letters G.H. Guion,

Appointment to the San Juan on 18 april

 

1/1862

Letters from Captains, Surnames G - 1815

Capt. Letters G.H. Guion
85 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 (???)

165 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

172 Letter in which Gardiner protests against an order of a heavy Im???... Please Help placed against his pay to a boy under age

 

1/2680

 

Captain Henry Warre, aboard HMS Mermaid, on 1st April 1795 reports to the Admiralty  the arrival in Guernsey Roads of five transports including Tartar from The Downs.

 

1/2894

Letters from Lieutenants, Surnames G

Letter from GHG dated 1 Dec 1797 to Evan Nepean, (Secretary to the Admiralty) says 'inter alia' that he was dismissed by the Agent for Transports on 29th Nov 1797 and now requests two months leave as he had been continuoulsy abroad for three years. A clerical note dated 4 December says that he is to be granted two months leave to settle his affairs. (I arranged for a photocopy of this letter). 

 

1/3730

Letters from the Transport Board 1794-1795

 

3731

......

3734

Letters from the Transport Board 1795-1797 Oct

Nothing important

 

1/3735

Letters from the Transport Board, 1797 Oct-1798 Mar

 

1/3974

Intelligence papers: 2nd series 1782-1800

Much correspondence, (with a lot of it in French),  which was unindexed.

No correspondence to or from Gardiner nor any reference to him between the years 1794 and 1797. 

 

ADM 2

1656-1859 Admiralty: Out-Letters

1764

2/125-127 Out Letters 1794  
2/132-134 Out Letters 1796, 1797  

ADM 3

1657-1881 Admiralty: Minutes

286

ADM 4

1707-1964 Admiralty: Letters Patent, Lord High Admiral and Lords of Admiralty Appointments

411

ADM 5

1746-1890  Admiralty and predecessors: Letters Patent, Navy Board, Transport Board, Vice-Admiralty and Commissions of Inquiry Appointments

85

5/24-25   Transport Board.1795-1798  
ADM 6 Admiralty: Service Records, Registers, Returns and Certificates  

6/429-430

 

Sheerness Dockyard Church, Kent; baptisms (1688-1798), marriages (1744), burials (1730-1806). Minster-in-Sheppey, Kent; baptisms, marriages and burials (Oct 1808 -Apr 1809). Covering dates 1688-1809

Burrials 1797-1801

478

ADM 7

1563-1956 Admiralty: Miscellanea

1057

ADM 8

1673-1909 Admiralty: List Books

174

ADM 9

Admiralty: Survey

Returns of Officers' Services Admiralty: Survey Returns of Officers' Services
This series contains returns made to three surveys of officers' services conducted in 1817, 1828 and 1846, by sending circular letters to officers requiring them to furnish summary details of their services. Many officers never received or neglected to return their forms, and not all those which were returned have survived, but those which have survived are bound up in the volumes of this series.

61
9/3

Captains' Services Nos. 401-865

 

9/3/601

 

Memorandum of the service of Gardiner Henry up to 3rd July 1815

 

ADM 10

1660-1933 Admiralty: Officers' Services, Indexes and Miscellanea

16

ADM 11

1741-1903 Admiralty: Officers' Service Records (Series I)

102

ADM 12

1660-1974 Admiralty: Digests and Indexes

1915

12/60

1794

references to the Navy Board and to the Sick and Wounded under GHG.

(This reference has still to be followed).

 

12/64

1795

GHG appears as the subject of a letter by a Captain under the heading of Transports.

(This reference has still to be followed).

 

12/68

1796

   

12/72

1797

Lieutenants Letters - a reference marked 'Leave' and dated 1 Dec 1797. Please see below for further details. (See ADM 1/2894)

 

12/76

1798

there was a 'Promiscuous' reference, (it means 'Miscellaneous' in this context), from Charlotte Guion about her nephew (Gardiner or Daniel???).  The letter was dated 29 June 1798

Promiscuous correspondence was discarded in 1808.

Also in 1798, there was another Captain's letter about GHG's appointment to HMS Diomede.

 

ADM 13

1803-1917 Admiralty: Supplementary Records

267

13/70

Marriage certificates 1806-1861

GHG married in 1802 and maybe in 1797/1798

there is the possibility that the certificates were brought into the record retrospectively.

 

ADM 14

1693-1835 Navy Board: Ticket Office and Navy Pay Office: In-Letters and Minutes

181

ADM 15

1807-1830 Navy Board: Navy Pay Office: Treasurer's Out-Letters

7

ADM 16

1681-1836 Navy Board, Navy Pay Office, and Admiralty, Accountant General's Department: Treasurer's Accounts

188

ADM 17

1615-1850 Admiralty and Navy Board: Various Accounts

228

ADM 18

1642-1831 Navy Board: Office of Bills and Accounts: Bill Books

155

ADM 19

1826-1860 Navy Board and Admiralty, Accountant General's Department: Journals

35

ADM 20

1660-1836 Navy Board, Navy Pay Office, and Admiralty, Accountant General's Department: Treasurer's Ledgers

358

ADM 21

1826-1860 Navy Board and Admiralty: Accountant General's Department: Ledgers

35

ADM 22

1734-1934 Navy Board and Admiralty, Accountant General's Department: Registers of Salaries and Pensions

524

ADM 23

1830-1934 Admiralty: Registers of Pensions and Allowances

251

ADM 24

1795-1905 Navy Board, and Admiralty, Accountant General's Department: Officers' Full Pay Registers

171

ADM 25

1693-1924 Navy Board, and Admiralty, Accountant General's Department: Officers' Half Pay Registers

276

ADM 26

1795-1851 Navy Board, Navy Pay Office, and Admiralty, Accountant General's Department: Registers of Remittances

56

ADM 27

1795-1852 Navy Board, and Admiralty, Accountant General's Department: Registers of Allotments and Allotment Declarations

120

ADM 28

Navy Board: Sea Fencibles Pay Lists

This series contains musters and receipted pay lists, together with the appointments of naval officers to the Sea Fencibles, 1798 to 1810. The musters and pay lists consist of the names of men acknowledging receipt of pay, submitted by the officers as vouchers for money expended.

147

28/145

List of Districts and Officers

Page 91, Loophead to Kerry head

 

ADM 29

1802-1919 Admiralty: Royal Navy, Royal Marines, Coastguard and related services: Officers' and Ratings' Service Records (Series II)

131

ADM 30

1689-1871 Navy Board: Navy Pay Office: Various Registers

96

ADM 31

Navy Board: Office of the Comptroller of the Navy: Ships' Pay Books

9

ADM 32

1692-1856 Navy Board, Ticket Office, and Admiralty, Accountant General's Department: Ships' Pay Books

995

ADM 33

Navy Board: Navy Pay Office: Ships' Pay Books (Series I)

14221

ADM 34

1766-1785 Navy Board: Navy Pay Office: Ships' Pay Books (Series II)

3502

ADM 35

Navy Board: Navy Pay Office: Ships' Pay Books (Series III)

Pay books recording the names of all officers and men on board each ship. They can be used to supplement the musters where these are defective. This series continues and overlaps both Series I and II, and covers the period from 1777 to 1832.

6948

35/65   Pay List Adamant  
35/490   Pay List Diomede  
35/889   Pay List Jupiter  
35/1231   Pay List Princess Royal  

35/1766

 

Pay List Star

 

ADM 36

1688-1808 Admiralty: Ships' Musters (Series I)

Muster books of ships [HMS] of the Royal Navy, recording the presence of every person on board a ship.

19224

36/11544

 

HMS Tartar during 1797, Gardiners' name was in neither in the crew and the supernumeraries' (passenger) lists. Captain's was Elphinstone.

 

36/11912

 

HMS Boston. This shows that Daniel joined HMS Stately following his discharge from HMS Boston in February 1793. There is a conflict of dates between the muster roll and the Lieutenants' passing certificate here.

 

36/12110

 

HMS Stately from February 1793 - January 1794. Daniel Oliver Guion was not listed here.

 

36/12111

 

HMS Stately from February 1794 -January 1795) Daniel Oliver Guion was not listed here either.

 

ADM 37

1757-1842 Admiralty: Ships' Musters (Series II), recording the presence of every person on board a ship.

12266

37/2751   Muster roll for HMS Defence 1811  
37/2843   Muster roll for HMS St George 1810-1811  

37/5062

 

Muster roll for HMS Elizabeth, Gardiner Henry from July 1815. This document had become very fragile and was not suitable for photocopying by normal methods. However, I noted in the 'Whither' column entry it stated "per order", (which usually means he had received instructions from the Admiralty), but gave no indication as to which vessel he joined.

 

ADM 38

1793-1878 Admiralty: Ships' Musters (Series III)

6038

ADM 39

1667-1798 Admiralty: Ships' Musters (Series IV)

2858

ADM 40

Formerly 'Ships' Musters: Indexes Records transferred to Obsolete Indexes, March 1958

0

ADM 41

1794-1815 Admiralty: Hired Armed Vessels, Ships' Musters

306

ADM 42

1660-1857 Navy Board and Admiralty: Yard Pay Books

2398

ADM 43

1710-1833 Navy Board: Head Money Vouchers and Papers

80

ADM 44

1800-1860 Navy Board, and Admiralty, Accountant General's Department: Seamen's Effects Papers

375

ADM 45

1830-1860 Navy Board, and Admiralty, Accountant General's Department: Officers' and Civilians' Effects Papers

39

ADM 46

1832-1856 Admiralty: Accountant General's Department: Board of Admiralty Orders and Correspondence

197

ADM 47

1832-1856 Admiralty: Accountant General's Department: Registers of Orders and Reference Books to Minutes

25

ADM 48

1786-1882 Navy Board, Navy Pay Office, and Admiralty, Accountant General's Department: Seamen's Wills

109

ADM 49

Navy Board, and Admiralty, Accountant General's Department: Miscellaneous Accounting Records

188

49/91

Prizes: Papers relating to

 

ADM 50

Admiralty: Admirals' Journals
Formal daily journals of navigation, weather, orders, signals, manoeuvres, and other official business 1702-1916

1194

50/64

 

'Journal and Proceedings' of Admiral Sir G K Elphinstone  aboard HMS Monarch operating in Cape of Good Hope waters. Battle of Aldanah Bay, Daniel Oliver Guion

 

50/79

 

Sir J. Jervis See also Earl St. Vincent 1796 Apr. 1 - 1797 Apr. 1

 

ADM 51

Admiralty: Captains' Logs

These logs were maintained by the captain of each ship in commission, and kept in manuscript form on a continuous daily basis. They cover details of the employment and position of the ship and ship's company, details of weather encountered, and provide a full picture of the daily routine of a naval vessel under sail. Some occasionally provide a list of the crew.

Also includes a small number of lieutenants' logs.

PLEASE NOTE: digitised logbooks are available on the British Atmospheric Data Centre's website.

23691

51/1191   HMS Vindictive Capt. Daniel Guion(1796 Aug 20-1797 July 27)  

51/3509

 

HMS Tribune Capt GH Guion  (1826 Jan 1-1826 Feb 21). It is possible that there is an earlier log for 1824 for Tribune.   The second annotation on the chart of GHG is Tribune 1824 Decr?

 

ADM 52

Admiralty: Masters' Logs.

These logs were maintained by the Sailing Master of each vessel in commission, and were a record of the Ship's course, position, weather encountered, employment of the hands, and records of punishments carried out. They also recorded any discrepancies found when opening casks of food or drink (not an uncommon occurrence) to make subsequent claims against suppliers. The Sailing Master was also responsible for making sketches and charts of land and harbours not previously visited, which were often copied and circulated as navigational aids. They were mainly divided as required by the Master until the mid-nineteenth century, when they were supplied ready-lined.

Also includes a small number of lieutenants' logs.

16527

52/3509

 

There is no Ship's Log of HMS Tartar for 1796, this is the Master's Log and shows that the ship was in the Mediterranean for the first few months of the year. 

She was located as follows:

  • 1 Jan 1796-Algiers Bay

  • 8 May 1796-Genoa Mole

  • 8 Sep 1796-Having left the Mediterranean is now proceeding up the English Channel and is close to the Nore.

  • 1 Oct 1796      Continues up the Thames and arrives Woolwich where she stays till the end of the year.

There is also another vessel called Tartar chartered by the Transport/Victualling Board.

 

ADM 53

1799-1998 Admiralty, and Ministry of Defence, Navy Department: Ships' Logs

172798

   

searched for Tartar, no ship's log found

 

ADM 54

1808-1871 Admiralty: Supplementary Ships' Logs

414

ADM 55

1757-1861; 1904 Admiralty: Supplementary Logs and Journals of Ships on Exploration

221

ADM 65

1617-1869 Admiralty: Royal Greenwich Hospital: In-Letters

112

ADM 66

1685-1881 Admiralty: Royal Greenwich Hospital: Out-Letters

157

ADM 67

1694-1871 Admiralty: Royal Greenwich Hospital: Various Minutes

281

ADM 68

1696-1865 Admiralty: Royal Greenwich Hospital: Various Accounts and Ledgers

887

ADM 69

1695-1944 Admiralty: Royal Greenwich Hospital: Journals and Treasurer's Ledgers

68

ADM 70

1734-1864 Admiralty: Royal Greenwich Hospital: Northern Estates Ledgers

50

ADM 71

1810-1930 Admiralty: Royal Greenwich Hospital: Greenwich Estates and other Properties Ledgers

17

ADM 72

1805-1820 Admiralty: Royal Greenwich Hospital School: Ledgers

9

ADM 73

1704-1981 Admiralty: Royal Greenwich Hospital: Pensioners and School Admission Papers, Out Pensions Pay Books and Miscellaneous Registers

465

ADM 74

1473-1930 Admiralty: Royal Greenwich Hospital: Court Rolls

415

ADM 75

1205-1944 Admiralty: Royal Greenwich Hospital: Deeds

2595

ADM 76

1675-1918 Admiralty: Royal Greenwich Hospital: Legal and Miscellaneous Papers

130

ADM 77

1673-1696 Admiralty: Royal Greenwich Hospital: Secretary of State's Newsletters to Lord Derwentwater

4

ADM 78

1681-1695 Admiralty: Royal Greenwich Hospital: Entry Books of Secretary of State's Newsletters to Lord Derwentwater

7

ADM 79

1547-1928 Admiralty: Royal Greenwich Hospital: Plans, Reports, Rent Rolls and other Estate Records

97

ADM 80

1639-1957 Admiralty: Royal Greenwich Hospital: Miscellaneous Records

209

ADM 82

1617-1807 Navy Board, and Admiralty, Royal Greenwich Hospital: Chatham Chest, later The Chest at Greenwich, Records

130

ADM 83

1815-1850 Navy Board and Admiralty: Office of the Surveyor of the Navy: In-Letters

64

ADM 87

1806-1860 Navy Board and Admiralty: Office of the Surveyor of the Navy: In-letters Relating to Ships

77

ADM 88

1832-1860 Admiralty: Office of the Surveyor of the Navy: Registers of In-Letters relating to Ships

16

ADM 91

1671-1860 Navy Board and Admiralty: Offices of the Comptroller and Surveyor of the Navy: Repair and Building of Ships, General Letter Books

24

ADM 92

1813-1860 Navy Board and Admiralty: Offices of the Comptroller and Surveyor of the Navy: Repair and Building of Ships: Submission Letter Books

21

ADM 95

1688-1959 Navy Board and Admiralty: Office of the Comptroller of the Navy later Controller of the Navy: Reports, Estimates, Orders and other Papers Relating to Ship Building and Repairs

108

ADM 96

Admiralty: Royal Marines Pay Office: Records

554

ADM 97

1702-1862 Office of the Commissioners of Sick and Wounded Seamen (Sick and Hurt Board) and successors: In-letters

290

ADM 98

1742-1833 Office of the Commissioners of Sick and Wounded Seamen (Sick and Hurt Board) and successors: Out-Letters

339

ADM 99

1698-1816 Office of the Commissioners of Sick and Wounded Seamen (Sick and Hurt Board) and successors: Minutes

281

ADM 100

1810-1822 Admiralty: Various Medical Accounts

5

ADM 101

1785-1963 Admiralty and predecessors: Office of the Director General of the Medical Department of the Navy and predecessors: Medical Journals

1509

ADM 102

1740-1926 Admiralty: Naval Hospitals' and Hospital Ships' Musters, and Miscellaneous Journals

960

ADM 103

1755-1831 Navy Board and predecessors: Prisoner of War Department and predecessors: Registers of Prisoners of War

712

ADM 104

1742-1957 Admiralty and predecessors: Office of the Director General of the Medical Department of the Navy and predecessors: Service Registers and Registers..

165

ADM 105

1696-1988 Admiralty and predecessors: Office of the Director General of the Medical Department of the Navy and predecessors: Miscellanea

93

ADM 106

1650-1837 Navy Board: Records

10611

106/1234/166

1776 Jan 10 Daniel Guion, Crutched Friars.

The Earl of Inchiquin, George Irwin is at Pickle Herring Stairs, and asks for her to be engaged as a tender.

Note: He has some friends at Liverpool and Hull, who would like to engage in the transport service if their ships enter into pay when they sail from their ports but are unwilling to send them round on an uncertainty.

Asks for the exact terms and qualifications necessary for the Service. British hired vessel 'Earl of Inchiquin' (1776)

 

ADM 107

1691-1848 Navy Board: Royal Navy Passing Certificates, Examination Results, and Certificates of Service

75

107/17

 

1793  Gardiner's Lieutenants passing certificate and an accompanying baptismal certificate 

 

107/18

 

1794 Lieutenants passing certificate for Daniel Oliver Guion

 

ADM 108

Transport Board and successors: Records 1773-1868 (unindexed and badly organised) / See also MT 23/1

 
 

IN-LETERS

197

108/5

From the Treasury -1796

   
 

OUT-LETTERS

 

108/19

1795-1799

Sub-Division: To Secretaries of State and others

 

108/29

To Agents Abroad

1797 to 1801

A lot of this file was taken up with instructions to officers/agents on transferring money from UK to POWs (Prisoners of War) in France, but I could not see any involvement of GHG.

 
 

MISCELLANEOUS

 

108/148

Ships' Ledgers,

1793 to 1799

Entry for Tartar which clearly showed that she was a vessel chartered by the Victualling Board, ( subsidiary of the Transport Board), from 12 July 1794 to 3 May 1800.  The Master was James Crichton and the vessel was owned by Geo. Brown & Co.

 
   

There was a Tartar shown in Lyon's as a Hired Vessel, but with no other details. 

The hired vessel was not Royal Navy but probably Merchant Navy.

 

ADM 109

1793-1849 Navy Board, Victualling Office, and Admiralty, Department of the Comptroller of the Victualling and Transport Services: In-Letters

232

ADM 110

1683-1831 Navy Board: Victualling Office: Out-letters

84

ADM 111

1701-1832 Navy Board: Victualling Office: Minutes

307

ADM 112

1660-1831 Navy Board: Office of Surveyor of Victuals and Victualling Office: Accounts and Contracts

211

ADM 113

1703-1857 Navy Board and Admiralty: Department of the Comptroller for Victualling Services and predecessors: Registers

300

ADM 114

1698-1976 Navy Board and Admiralty: Victualling Department and predecessors: Miscellanea

146

ADM 118

1717-1850 Admiralty: Officers Seniority Lists

359

ADM 121

Admiralty and Ministry of Defence: Mediterranean Station: Correspondence and Papers

104

ADM 123

1797-1932 Admiralty: Africa Station: Correspondence

189

ADM 127

1808-1961 Admiralty: East Indies Station: Correspondence

75

ADM 128

1810-1913 Admiralty: North America and West Indies Station: Correspondence, Reports and Memoranda

155

ADM 132

1832-1862 Admiralty: Department of the Physician General of the Navy, later Office of the Director General of the Medical Department of the Navy: Registers of...

31

ADM 133

1831-1862 Admiralty: Department of the Physician General of the Navy, later Office of the Director General of the Medical Department of the Navy: Digest and...

31

ADM 134

1822-1849 Navy Board, Victualling Office, and Admiralty, Department of the Comptroller of the Victualling and Transport Services: Registers of In-Letters

62

ADM 135

1807-1873 Navy Board and Admiralty: Office of the Controller of the Navy and predecessors: Ships' Books (Series I)

520

ADM 140

1786-1956 Navy Board and Admiralty: Civil Engineer in Chief's Department and predecessor: Maps and Plans

1448

ADM 141

1802-1861 Navy Board, and Admiralty, Accountant General's Department: Registers of Seamen's Effects Papers

9

ADM 142

1786-1909 Navy Board, Navy Pay Office, and Admiralty, Accountant General's Department: Registers of Seamen's Wills

19

ADM 148

1821-1825 Admiralty: Ireland Station: Orders and Memoranda

2

ADM 149

1816-1912 Admiralty: Ireland Station: Correspondence

21

ADM 150

1816-1912 Admiralty: Ireland Station: Indexes to Correspondence

1

ADM 151

1805-1939 Admiralty: Nore Station: Correspondence

93

ADM 160

1736-1909 Ordnance Office and successors: Upnor Armaments Supply Depot: Correspondence, Accounts and Returns

165

ADM 169

1865-1996 Admiralty and Ministry of Defence: Royal Greenwich Hospital: Registered Files

1609

ADM 171

1793-1995 Admiralty, and Ministry of Defence, Navy Department: Medal Rolls

204

ADM 180

1620-1912 Navy Board and Admiralty: Progress and Dimension Books

26

ADM 181

1708-1970 Navy Board and Admiralty: Navy Estimates

162

ADM 184

Admiralty: Royal Marines, Plymouth Division: Order, Discharge and Letter Books, Registers and Returns

93

184/3  Order book Indexed 1796 Jan.1 - 1799 June 29  

ADM 190

1827-1964 Admiralty: Royal Greenwich Observatory, Board of Visitors: Minutes, Reports and Correspondence

35

ADM 196

1756-1966 Admiralty: Officers' Service Records (Series III)

116

ADM 214

1788-1962 Admiralty: Civil Engineer in Chief's Department, later Navy Works Department: Papers

45

ADM 224

1712-1903 Admiralty: Victualling Yards, Portsmouth, Gosport and Royal Clarence: Records

91

ADM 238

1803-1953 Navy Board and Admiralty: Navy Pay Office, Prize Branch and successors: Records

19

ADM 269

1946-1984 Admiralty: HM Dockyard, Chatham: Files

44

ADM 300

Director of Naval Construction: Damage Report Files.

Not used: previously assigned to Director of Naval Construction: Damage Report Files. Records in ADM 267

0

ADM 304

1804-1895 Admiralty: Royal Naval Hospital, Malta: Miscellaneous Books and Records

41

ADM 305

1755-1968 Admiralty: Royal Naval Hospital, Haslar: Miscellaneous Books and Records

102

ADM 310

Admiralty: Selected Civilian Personal Files

0

ADM 344

1743-1972 Admiralty: Hydrographic Department: Coastal and Riverine Views

 

ADM 345

1801 Admiralty: Hydrographic Department: Original Artwork

 

ADM 346

c1760-1909 Admiralty: Hydrographic Department: Ships' Remark Books.

 

ADM 347

1825 -1912 Admiralty: Hydrographic Department: Minute Books

 

ADM 352

1713-1831 Admiralty: Hydrographic Department: Original Surveys

 

ADM 359

Navy Board: Unbound Out-letters

 

30A/113

 18 Sep 1809

Observations of the qualities of the Christian 7th, signed by Joseph Yorke, Captain, G H Guion, Senior Lieutenant and William Wilkinson, Master.

 
     

ADM 900

Admiralty: Specimens of Classes of Documents Destroyed

86

 

AO

Records of the Auditors of the Imprest, Commissioners of Audit, Exchequer and Audit Department, National Audit Office and related bodies

AO 3/5

1760-1822

Miscellaneous accounts of prize proceeds and droits

AO 3/17

1806-1814

List and index of prizes and droits.

 

C Records created, acquired, and inherited by Chancery, and also of the Wardrobe, Royal Household, Exchequer and various commissions
C 12   Court of Chancery: Six Clerks Office: Pleadings 1758 to 1800  
C 12/565/35   Parry v Cort b.r. (See E 140/1/23)  
12/908/54   Guion v. DeGandasegui  

 

CO - Records of the Colonial Office, Commonwealth and Foreign and Commonwealth Offices, Empire Marketing Board, and related bodies
Correspondence with the colonies, entry books and registers of correspondence

CO 65

Home Office: Corsica, Entry Books
This series contains entry books relating to Corsica. They comprise précis of despatches from Sir Gilbert Elliot. 1794-1796

 
65/2 Précis of despatches of Sir Gilbert Elliott 1795-96

1795 (22 may-2 July) Paoli in Fiorenzo, gesprek met Pozzo di Borgo en Elliott

Consul Niceas - Algiers

Duke of Portland

 

CO 91

Colonial Office and predecessors: Gibraltar, Original Correspondence

 

91/37

Despatches

Robert Boyd - Cha. Rainsford - Gen. Trigge

  • Rainsford orders streets to be paved in Jul 1794

  • complaints abt to much prisoners

  • 1795 Mentions French refugees coming through Spain

  • Correspondence Rainsford with Beys of Tunis and Algiers

 

 

E - Records of the Exchequer, and its related bodies, with those of the Office of First Fruits and Tenths, and the Court of Augmentations
E 140 Exchequer: King's Remembrancer: Exhibits
140/1/23

1770-1777

Left with court

13 Nov 1780

CORT AND GUYON (should be Guion) v PARRY 2 accounts between the parties for sums due from the defendant, Major David Parry, to Henry Cort; bail bond by which Cort was due to attend court to answer for a contempt in a Chancery suit between the parties; correspondence; bondfrom Henry Cort and Daniel Guyon for due payment of a sum to Parry, and an affidavit and schedule of the papers in the Exchequer action. (Notes from Eric Alexander)  
140/65/12 1770-1776 PARRY (MAJOR) v CORT, HENRY Letters and promissory notes from Major David Parry to Henry Cort, described as [?regimental] `agent', defendant. Exhibits include a life assurance policy assigned by Parry to Cort  

 

FO - Records created or inherited by the Foreign Office, General Correspondence from Political and Other Departments

FO 20

Home Office: General Correspondence before 1906, Corsica

This series contains general correspondence relating to Corsica. Comprises correspondence of the commissioners with the Home Office, including a printed survey of the island.

 

FO 20/1

1793

Commissioners Lord Hood, Sir Gilbert Elliot, Lieut.-Gen. O'Hara

FO 20/2

1794

Commissioners Lord Hood, Sir Gilbert Elliot, Lieut.-Gen. O'Hara.

FO 20/5-11

1794-1796

Sir Gilbert Elliot

20/12

Sir Gilbert Elliot, and Lieut.-Gen. De Burgh

 

Forces on Corsica 1 Sep 1796

Letters from Gilbert Elliot to the Duke of York

Letters from Mr Gauthier, refugee from Toulon (Toulon - Livorno - Gibraltar)

Letters concerning PA Ballestrini from Corsica

 

FO 20/13

1795-1796

Tabulated Summaries

FO 20/22

1783-1798

Supplementary papers

FO 83/1

 

Admiralty Reports (Prize reports?)

FO 286

 

Foreign Office: Consulate and Legation, Greece (formerly Ottoman Empire): General Correspondence

286/6

1828-1830

From Navy.

286/12

1828-1842

To Navy.

 

HCA

Records of the High Court of Admiralty and colonial Vice-Admiralty courts

HCA 25/228

25 Oct 1760-19 Jan 1820

Blank forms of Declaration

 

HCA 30/115-144

1789-1815

Prize Court. Court book

 

HCA 30/777

1803-1804

Lists

 

HCA 30/778

1810-1812

Lists

 

HCA 32/494

 

Captured ships (or places) with names beginning with: A. Nos. 1-13. Described at item...

 

...

     

HCA 32/1820

 

Prize Papers, War 1815 Nos: 81 - 108, also 2 vols. of Log Books belonging to Causes Nos....

 

 

HO Records created or inherited by the Home Office, Ministry of Home Security, and related bodies  
HO 69 Home Office: Bouillon Papers  
HO 69/13

Papers relating to the regiment of French Nobility under Prince de Leon, 1796

Letter from Officers in the regiment of Mortemart and de Castries, 1797.

Letters from of the regiment de Castries to Prince de Bouillon, 1796-7.

 
13/1-56 Original passports, signed by Lord Pelham/Duke of Portland/Arbuthnot, for émigrés or deported priests going to France  
HO 107   Census Returns 1841, 1851 (For Census returns after 1851 see RG)  
HO 107/493 1841 Census

Parish of St Botolph, Bishopsgate, City of London  (book 12, page 14) New Broad Street

Charles J. Fox and family

 
HO 107/1524 1851 Census

Parish of St Botolph without Bishopsgate in the City of London, folio 23, page 5. 30 New Broad Street

Charles J. Fox and family

 

 

IND

Indexes to various series

 

IND 1/10324-5

 

Refers to HCA 32

 
       

 

J Records of the Supreme Court of Judicature and related courts
J 121 Court of Probate and Supreme Court of Judicature, High Court of Justice, Probate, Divorce and Admiralty Division: Principal Probate Registry: Contentious Probate Case Files and Papers
121/2388  

Testator: Guion, Sara Case: Lloyd v. Pooley

 
       

 

MT - Records created or inherited by the Transport Ministries, and by related bodies, and by the London Passenger Transport Board
Records inherited and created by the Ministry of Transport, Shipping Divisions

MT 23

Admiralty, Transport Department: Correspondence and Papers

This series contains files (the majority dating from 1866) of the Transport Department of the Admiralty, dealing with the transport by sea of all military forces and their supplies, and the organization of the transport service. The series includes a few files of the Ministry of Shipping.

 

23/1/1-4

Admiralty, Transport Department: correspondence and papers. (Described at item level).

largely helds correspondence about the administration and formation of the Transport Board

There was quite a lot of personal material, but it was more about the staff in the TRANSPORT BOARD's headquarters and not about an officer who might be acting on behalf of the TRANSPORT BOARD in an overseas appointment.

W. Harding, commissioner French services ?

 

 

PC

Records of the Privy Council and other records collected by the Privy Council Office

 
 

Records of the Privy Council

 

PC 1

Privy Council and Privy Council Office: Miscellaneous Unbound Papers

 
 

PAPERS OF THE PRINCE DE BOUILLON (PC 1/115-122)

 

1/119A

French: various (1799-1800); English: various (1799-1800)

234Letters of Daniel Oliver Guion to the Prince de Bouillon

(Philip Dauvergne, prince of Bouillon, was a British naval officer who was adopted abt 1787 by a far cousin, the 6th Duke of Bouillon)

 

 

PRO

Domestic Records of the Public Record Office, Gifts, Deposits, Notes and Transcripts

 

PRO 30/26

British Occupation of Corsica

 

 

PROB - Records of the Prerogative Court of Canterbury
PROB 11 Prerogative Court of Canterbury and related Probate Jurisdictions: Will Registers
11/656/403 16 Feb 1733 Will of Isaac Guion, Distiller of Saint Martin in the Fields, Middlesex
Ancestry 1761 Burial Daniel Guion (age 44)
     
11/728/500 14 Sep 1743 Will of Margaret Guion of London
11/762/48 5 May 1748 1742 Will of Isaac Guion of Saint George Hannover Square, Middlesex
11/1002/762 7 Nov 1774 1759 Will of Marie Guion, Widow of Christchurch Spitalfields, Middlesex
11/1069/192 27 Sep 1780 Will of Daniel Guion, Gentleman of Saint Olave Hart Street, City of London - (with transcription)
     
11/1537/452 17 Oct 1812 Will of Ann Guion, Widow of Bath, Somerset - (with transcripion)
11/1447/211 14 Aug 1806 Will of Harriet Guion 26 March 1807
  14 Aug 1806 Will of Harriet Guion(-Holt) - Transcription
11/1815/380 14 May 1833

Will of Gardiner Henry Guion, Captain in the Royal Navy of Chatham, Kent - (Transcription)

11/1499 1873 Lloyd v. Pooley Will of Sarah Guion(-Ponsonby) (With oath Charles Pooley)
   

 

11/1809/36 11 Dec 1832 Will of Doctor Joseph Fox, Doctor of Medicin of Plymouth, Devon
11/1922/373 24 Feb 1840 Will of Elizabeth Fox widow of Plymouth, Devon
     
Bayley Bartlett Papers 28 Aug 1874 Last Will of Charles James Fox (1799-1874)
14 Jun 1860 Last will of Emily Sleeman(-Fox)
16 May 1881 Last will of Sophia James Fox - 1881
  Probate & Last Will Sophia James Fox
20 May 1876 Last Will of Gardiner Guion Joseph Fox
3 May 1876 Probate & Will - Anne Mary Fox - (Original)
   

 

11/1959/269 26 Mar 1842 Will of Joseph James of Hascomb Place, Surrey
11/1327/60 6 Jul 1799 Will of Richard James, Gentleman of Esher, Surrey
     
11/1110/218 15 Nov 1783 Will of Elizabeth Holt, Wife of East India House London (2nd wife of Richard hereafter)
11/1109/258 17 Oct 1783 Will of Richard Holt, late Deputy Secretary to the East India Company of No 7 Brampton Row near Knightsbridge , Middlesex (husband of Elizabeth herebefore)
11/1118/367 22 Jun 1784 Will of Joseph Holt, Gentleman of Saint Leonard Shoreditch , Middlesex
11/1132/245 30 Jul 1785 Will of Mary Holt, Widow of Saint Gregory Fish Street, City of London
11/1327/211 22 Jul 1799 Will of John Holt, Gentleman of Inner Temple London , City of London
     
11/1631/151 14 Jun 1820 Will of Sir Richard Grindall, Vice Admiral of the White Squadron of Wickham , Hampshire
11/1314/230 8 Nov 1798 Will of Benjamin Grindall of Bengal , East Indies (younger brother of Admiral Richard Grindall)
11/1289/135 20 Apr 1797 Will of Richard Grindall, Surgeon of Austin Friars, City of London

 

RG

Records of the General Register Office, Government Social Survey Department, and Office of Population Censuses and Surveys

 
RG 9 General Register Office: 1861 Census Returns (For Census returs bef 1861 see HO)  
RG 9/68

Registration Sub-District 1 All Souls.

Parish of St Marylebone. folio 100, page 26; 27 Mortimer Street

Charles James Fox jr. and family

 
RG 9/211

Registration Sub-District 1 St Botolph.

folio 47, page 3; Parish of St Botolph-without-Aldgate. in the City of London.   30 New Broad Street

Charles J. Fox and family. (See also here)

 
RG 9/1802 Registration Sub-District 2 Cheltenham.

Parish: Cheltenham.

Sarah Guion

 
RG 10 General Register Office: 1871 Census Returns  
RG 10/151 Registration Sub-District 1D All Souls.

Parish of Marylebone. folio 14, pages 20 & 21 - 27 Mortimer Street 

Charles James Fox jr. and family

 
RG 10/436

Registration Sub-District 9C.

Civil Parish, Township or Place: St Katherine Cree. folio 87, pages 12 & 13; Parish of St Stephen, City of London, 27 Finsbury Circus

Charles J. Fox and family.

 
RG 10/2461

Registration Sub-District 3D Banwell.

Civil Parish, Township or Place: Weston Super Mare.

Sarah Guion

 
RG 11 General Register Office: 1881 Census Returns  
RG 11/55

Registration Sub-District 2B

Parish of Hammersmith, Borough of Chelsea. folio 35, page 54. 6 Cromwell Terrace

Charles James Fox jr. and family

 
RG 11/283

Registration Sub-District 1C Stoke Newington.

Parish of St Mary, Stoke Newington (London, Middlesex) , folio 93 page 53) 16 Clissold Street

Charles James Fox III and family
 
RG 43 General Register Office: Indexes to Miscellaneous Foreign Returns of Births, Marriages and Deaths  

RG 43/7

Index to: RG 33; Marriages; prefaced by supplementary index to births, baptisms, marriages, deaths and burials (1627-1958) which provides a key to locations and original volume numbers of RG 33 documents; included amongst the index entries are:- Index to RG 33/156; Marriages on board Royal Navy ships (1842 - 1889; shown in indexes by ship's name and vol no 77)

 

 

WO - Records created or inherited by the War Office, Armed Forces, Judge Advocate General, and related bodies
General records of the War Office and predecessors and successor Te hoog niveau, geen details

WO 1

War Office and predecessors: Secretary-at-War, Secretary of State for War, and Commander-in-Chief, In-letters and Miscellaneous Papers

 

1/288

Mediterranean Islands. Gibraltar 1 jun 1794 - 31 dec 1796

Charles Rainsford, Lt. general; Storage to Maj Gen Trigge to be shipped on board for troops against (?) Bastia

Lette from Dundas to Ordnance keeper ivm bevoorrading Corsica + troepen --> WI (?)

Cadiz / Gibraltar

 

1/302

Mediterranean Islands. Corsica. Papers on capture Jun 1794

de Burgh - refugees / Elliot

Horneck

William Huskisson

Comte de Barcentia

Aug '97 de Burgh / Freemantle

 

1/617

Other Government Departments. Commander-in-Chief 1794-1795

Amherst  
1/766 Other Government Departments. Home Office 1794,

Dominicans etc troepenbewegingen

Corsica Elliott/Duke of Portland - goederen / troepen

5.8.1794 Corsican(?) Emigrant Corps om de jongemannnen inkomen te verschaffen

 
1/768 1796

1795/96 Grenada/Charlotte Town, Tobago Porte au Prince, Cork

Capt. Craven superintendant of Transports Jersey/Gurnsey

J King, Whitehall - Duke of Portland/O'Hara/William Huskisson

 
1/780 Other Government Departments.  Ordnance Office 1795 Richmond, Cornwallis  

WO 6

War Department and successors: Secretary of State for War and Secretary of State for War and the Colonies, Out-letters
LETTERS TO PUBLIC DEPARTMENTS.

 
6/147  Admiralty, 1794-1797; Subjects: Armed Forces (General Administration) | Navy Stuart + Simon Fraser --> Lissabon (Dundas)  

6/156 - 62

Commissioners of Transport, 1794-1809; Subjects: Armed Forces (General Administration)

Henry Dundas Secr of State - algemen instructies

11-10-1796 180 French art(?) officers - wonen

to St Domingo

 

 

Kent History and Library Centre

Kent History and Library Centre
EK-U1453 - Cobb of Margate, Family and Business Papers
EK-U1453/B3 - Business Papers Margate Bank
B3/15/836 Guion, D. of Sheerness

18-19 september 1799 Letter to Mr Blake

in which Daniel informs him he can not allow Mr Bowes to leave the ship

 

 

Plymouth and West Devon Record Office

Plymouth and West Devon Record Office  

242 - Bayly-Bartlett Papers

This collection of records is made up of several different groups. It includes the records Robert Bayly (a barrister) and his son John (a solicitor), the records of a timber company, the title deeds of a widely scattered estate, and the papers of three families connected with the Bayly's by marriage.

 
242/6 Papers of the Fox Family (Look here for transcriptions and explanations)  
  Marriage Settlements and Estate Papers  
242/6/1 1748

Quaker Marriage Certificate - Top - Bottom

1 Charles Peters of Falmouth, Cornwall, merchant

2 Anna Tregelles, daughter of Joseph Tregelles of Falmouth, pewterer

 
242/6/2 1780

Marriage Articles between Joseph Fox Junior, a surgeon and Elizabeth Peters, spinster totalling £ 2,200.0s.0d.

Cover - Page 2

 
242/6/3 1780 Quaker Marriage Certificate between Joseph Fox, a surgeon of Falmouth, Cornwall and Elizabeth Peters, Spinster of Falmouth, Cornwall. Cover  
242/6/4 1824 Quitclaim under a Marriage Settlement - Cover  
242/6/5 1833

Assignment of Property

1 Elizabeth Fox(-Peters) of Plymouth, widow
2 John Allen of Liskeard, Cornwall, woolstapler and Robert Were Fox of Falmouth, Cornwall, merchant
3 Robert Lovell Gwatkin of Plymouth, esquire and John Symonds of Falmouth, esquire
Household goods and furniture and a debt of £2200

 
242/6/6 1833 Will of Mrs Elizabeth Fox (See Probate here)  
242/6/7 1834

Assignment of Property

1 Elizabeth Fox(-Peters) of Plymouth, widow
2 John Allen of Liskeard, Cornwall, woolstapler and Robert Were Fox of Falmouth, Cornwall, merchant
3 Robert Lovell Gwatkin of Plymouth, esquire and John Symonds of Falmouth, esquire
Household goods and furniture and a debt of £2200

 
242/6/8 1832-1840 Bundle of Vouchers Schedules of debt, accounts, probate costs, etc, under the estate of the late Dr Joseph Fox  
242/6/9 1831-1839 Bundle of Vouchers, as above  
242/6/10 1849-1863
Bundle of Correspondence & Accounts John Bayly
 
242/6/11 1854  
  Estate of Dr Joseph Fox  
242/6/12 1822-1862 Bundle of Estate Papers   Draft/copy abstracts of title; analysis of Dr Fox's will; probate inventories; probate costs; residuary accounts; legacy  receipts; accounts; sales particulars for Finsbury property; settled accounts; papers regarding Great Wood  
242/6/13 1830 Draft Will of Joseph Fox of Plymouth, MD  
242/6/14 1830

Draft Marriage Settlement  

1 Joseph Fox of Plymouth, esquire, MD  

2 Philip Sleeman of Pinlico [sic], Middlesex, gentleman  

3 Emily Fox of Plymouth, spinster

4 The Reverend Samuel John Peter Trist of Feryan, Cornwall, clerk, and William Mansell Tweedy of Truro, Cornwall, banker

Lands called Great Wood or Restrongett Great Wood, and Uptons tenement in Mylor, and a dwellinghouse in Falmouth

 
242/6/15 1832 Probate of the Will of Joseph Fox, MD  
242/6/16 1833

Appointment of New Trustees & Assignment of Trust Estate  

1 John Mills Carkeet of Falmouth, Cornwall, merchant, and John Eliott of Liskeard, Cornwall, groce

2 Charles Prideaux of Plymouth, banker

3 Joseph Kingston of Plymouth, banker

Leasehold lands, messuages and debts forming the TCensus1.php Joseph Fox

Endorsement: Re-Assignment of Trust Estate dated 1833

 
242/6/17 1836

Release  

1 The Reverend Samuel John Peter Trist of Veryan, Cornwall, clerk, and William Mansell Tweedy of Truro, Cornwall, banker  

2 John Mills Carkeet of Falmouth, Cornwall, merchant, and John Eliott of Liskeard, Cornwall, grocer

Payment of £800 trust monies under the Marriage Settlement of Philip Sleeman & Emily Fox

 
242/6/18 1840

Assignment of Trust Estate

1 Charles Prideaux of Plymouth, banker

2 John Mills Carkeet of Falmouth, Cornwall, merchant and John Eliott of Liskeard, Cornwall, grocer

Messuages known as Nos 18 & 16 South Street and No 1 South Place, Finsbury held in trust

 
242/6/19 1848

Release  

1 John Christophers of Southampton, esquire and John Penberthy Magor, of Penventon, Redruth, Cornwall, esquire  

2 Mary James Mitchell of the City of London, widow
3 Robert Were Fox of Falmouth, Cornwall, esquire and Alfred Fox of Falmouth, esquire
4 Philip Sleeman of Reading, Berkshire, gentleman and Emily Sleeman, his wife, formerly Emily Fox
Payment of £600 trust monies under the will of Dr Joseph Fox.

 
242/6/20 1851

Draft Indemnity  

1 Philip Sleeman of Plymouth, esquire and Emily his wife  

2 John Mills Carkeet of Plymouth, merchant, and Charles Prideaux of Plymouth, banker
Trust monies bequeathed to 1b) under the Will of Joseph Fox.

 
  Estate of Mrs Elizabeth Fox  
242/6/21 1832-1846

Bundle Papers   Codicil to the will of Mrs Elizabeth Fox   Accounts, including those of the executors of Dr & Mrs Fox and the Trustees of Mrs Fox's estate

Legal papers, including Probate documents

 
242/6/22 1833

Draft Assignment of Property   1 Elizabeth Fox of Plymouth, widow   2 John Allen of Liskeard, Cornwall, woolstapler and Robert Were Fox of Falmouth, Cornwall, merchant

Household goods & furniture and a debt of £2200 owing to (1)

 
242/6/23 1833/4?

Draft Assignment of Property & Declaration of Trusts  

1 Elizabeth Fox of Plymouth, widow  

2 John Allen of Liskeard, Cornwall, woolstapler and Robert Were Fox of Falmouth, Cornwall, merchant

3 Robert Lovell Gwatkin of Plymouth, esquire, and John Symonds of Stratton (Place?) in Cornwall, esquire

Household goods & furniture and a debt of £2200

 
242/6/24 1834 Draft Will of Mrs Elizabeth Fox of Plymouth, widow  
242/6/25 1834-1840 Bundle Accounts under Mrs Fox's estate  
242/6/26 1834-1841 Bundle Sales & Purchases  
242/6/27 1840 Probate of the Will of Mrs Elizabeth Fox  
242/6/28 1852

Release of Legacy  

1 Mary James Mitchell of Stoke Prior, Worcestershire, widow  

2 John Symonds of Falmouth, Cornwall, esquire   Payment of £350, the remainder of a legacy under the will of Mrs Elizabeth Fox

Enclosures: correspondence

 
242/6/29 1862

Appointment of New Trustees & Conveyance and Assignment of Freehold & Leasehold Property  

1 Emily Sleeman, wife of Philip Sleeman of Torquay , esquire
2 John Symonds of Falmouth, Cornwall, esquire
3 John Eliott of Liskeard, Cornwall, banker, and Robert Bayly of Plymouth, gentleman
Trust monies and premises amounting to oe3130 invested in various mortgage securities
Freehold properties: dwellinghouses in Princess Street & Higher Princess Street, Plymouth; field called Greena Park in Buckland Monachorum; dwellinghouses in Lower Street, Whitecross Street & Exeter Street, Plymouth; dwellinghouse, barn orchard & garden in Holbeton Town; dwellinghouses in Prospect Street & Mount Street, Plymouth
Leasehold properties: dwellinghouse in John Street, Plymouth; dwellinghouses in Elburton
Household goods & furniture formerly belonging to Elizabeth Fox

 
  Great Wood, Mylor  
242/6/30 1786

Lease for 99 years or three lives  

1 Sir William Lemon of Carclew, Cornwall, Baronet  

2 John Tresidder of Milor [sic], Cornwall, gentleman   Lands  known as the Great Wood, or Restrongett Great Wood, lately Upton's Tenement in Milor, part of the Manor of Restrongett
Herriot indicated

 
242/6/31 1789 (31 dec)

Lease for 99 years or three lives  

1 Sir William Lemon of Carclew, Cornwall, Baronet  

2 John Tresidder of Flushing, Milor, Cornwall, gentleman  

Lands known as Great-Wood, or Restrongett-Great-Wood, lately Upton's Tenement in Milor, part of the Manor of Restrongett
Herriot indicated

 
242/6/32 1802

Lease for Lives  

1 John Tresidder of Mylor, Cornwall, gentleman  

2 Joseph Fox of the City of London, Doctor of Medicine   Dwellinghouse known as Great Wood House with Appurtenances. Fields known as James's Meadow, Turnip Field, Long Meadow, the Croft on Furze Brake and the Garden Meadow (boundaries given)

 
June 1802
Yearly Rent £50:00
Joseph seemed to have first taken a lease of Great Wood 25 June 1802. This seems to be a sublease from John Tressidor of Mylor who had a 99 year lease from Sir William Lemon, Baronet of Carclew Cornwall, who owned the entire manor of Restrongett. Joseph was leasing Great Wood with appurtences and meadows around it.
 
242/6/33 1802

Lease for 99 years or three lives  

1 Sir William Lemon of Carclew, Cornwall, Baronet  

2 John Tresidder of Milor, Cornwall, gentleman   Land known  as Great-Wood, or Restrongett-Great-Wood, lately Upton's Tenement in Milor, part of the Manor of Restrongett
Herriot indicated

 
10 July 1802
In July 1802 John Tresidder leased “land known as Great Wood or Restrongett Great Wood, lately Upton’s Tenement in Mylor, part of the Manor of Restrongett”.
Joseph’s Reversionary Lease of March 1821 added the Upton Tenement land to his original lease and rewrites the Lease to include his daughter Emily Upon Trust to receive the yearly rents upon Joseph’s and Elizabeth’s demise.
 
242/6/34 1810

Mortgage in £700  

1 John Tresidder of Mylor, Cornwall, gentleman  

2 Matthew Moyle of Chacewater, Cornwall, gentleman   Lands known as Great Wood, or Restrongett Great Wood, lately Upton's Tenement in Mylor, part of the Manor of Restrongett

 
23 July 1810
Assignment by way of mortgage of lands
 
242/6/35 1821

Reversionary Lease for 99 years or three lives  

1 Sir William Lemon of Cerclew, Cornwall, Baronet  

2 Joseph Fox of Wood Cottage, Mylor, Cornwall, Doctor of Physic
Lands known as Great Wood, or Restrongett Great Wood, lately Upton's Tenement in Mylor, part of the Manor of Restrongett
Herriot indicated

 

31 March 1821
Manor of Restrongett
Sir William Lemon, Bar't
to Reversionary Lease of Great Wood in the parish of Mylor
Joseph Fox DM
Life: Emily Fox aged 29 years
In Reversion of Rd Tresidder PM Tresidder
Consideration £400

“ The Reversionary Counterpart Lease of Great Wood in the Parish of Mylor 31 March 1821.”
Unfortunately this document is huge. It was copied onto extra large sheets of paper, which have to be taped together.

It seems to have been written just before the marriage of Emily Fox.

 
242/6/36 1821 (31 Jul)

Assignment of Mortgage in £1290  

1 Richard Tresidder of the Port of London, Customs Officer  

2 Cornelius Cardew of St Erme, Cornwall, Doctor in  Divinity
3 John Wiliams Chilcott of Kenwyn, Cornwall, gentleman
4 Joseph Fox of Wood Cottage, Mylor, esquire
Lands known as Great Wood, or Restrongett Great Wood, lately Upton's Tenement in Mylor, part of the Manor of Restrongett

 
242/6/37 1822

Copy Deed of Settlement of Great Wood Farm, Mylor  

1 Joseph Fox of Wood Cottage, Mylor, esquire, Doctor in Physic  

2 Robert Were Fox of Falmouth, Cornwall, esquire, and Alfred Fox of Falmouth, esquire
Messuages & lands known as Great Wood or Restrongett Great Wood, late Upton's Tenement in Mylor, part of the Manor of Restrongett, upon trusts

 
30 May 1822
This deed was drawn by William Richards of Penryn Attorney at Law
 
242/6/38 1831 (5 Jan)

Lease for 14 years  

1 Joseph Fox of Plymouth, esquire  

2 William Carne of Mylor, Cornwall, gentleman   Dwellinghouse with appurtenances known as Wood Cottage, part of Great Wood, Mylor

 
242/6/39 1845 Plan of Wood Cottage & Great Wood, Mylor  - Cover - Detail  
242/6/40 1849

Counterpart Lease for 21 years  

1 Robert Were Fox of Falmouth, Cornwall, esquire, and Alfred Fox of the same place, esquire  

2 Philip Sleeman of  Plymouth, esquire, and Emily his wife
3 John Rowe of Mylor, Cornwall, yeoman
Messuages called Great Wood and Wood Cottage in Mylor with appurtenances (acreage given)

 

20 September 1849

Term 21 years Rent £50 Determinable at 7 or 14 years

 
242/6/41 1849

Counterpart Lease for 21 years  

1 Robert Were Fox of Falmouth, Cornwall, esquire, and Alfred Fox of the same place, esquire  

2 Philip Sleeman of  Plymouth, esquire and Emily his wife
3 John Rowe of Mylor, Cornwall, yeoman
4 Benjamin Sampson of Feock, Cornwall, esquire
Messuage called Wood Cottage with appurtenances in Mylor

 
  Deeds of Property in Finsbury, London  
242/6/42 1795

Articles of Agreement & Assignment of Lease for 61 years  

1 Anthony Morland of Hackney, Middlesex, Builder  

2 Joseph Fox of the City of London, Doctor in Physic House in South Street near Finsbury Square Building requirements given

 
242/6/43 1840

Counterpart Assignment of Lease for 59 years  

1 John Mills Carkeet of Falmouth, Cornwall, Merchant, and John Eliott of Liskeard, Cornwall, Grocer  
2 Demetrio Nicolo Tamvaco of Finsbury, Merchant
Parcel of ground with premises known as No 18 South Street, Finsbury

 
242/6/44 1840

Assignment of Leases  

1 John Mills Carkeet of Falmouth, Cornwall, Merchant, and John Eliott of Liskeard, Cornwall, Grocer  

2 John Gifford of the  City of London, Drug Broker
Parcel of ground with messuage known as No 1 South Street, Finsbury

 
242/6/45 1841

Counterpart Assignment of Lease  

1 John Mills Carkeet of Falmouth, Cornwall, Merchant, and John Eliott of Liskeard, Cornwall, Grocer  

2 Hananel de  de Leon of Finsbury Place, Middlesex, Doctor of Physic
Parcels of land and messuages known as Nos 15 & 16 South Street, Finsbury

 

242/6/42 - 242/6/45  all deal with Joseph’s properties in Finsbury London, when they were being sold by Joseph’s executors, after the death of Elizabeth in 1839.
They give descriptions of the properties and the sale prices

 
 

Bank Books

 
242/6/46 1822-1838

Account of Dr Joseph Fox   Kingston & Prideaux   Two vols

 
46 a – dated 1822
Cover reads ‘Dr Joseph Fox Trustees, 1822 (Spanish)’
The term Spanish seems to refer to Spanish bonds.
This covers the period from 1834 to 1837, with repeated references to the name Sluman.
46 b – dated 1831
Cover reads ‘Mr. Fox’s Banking Account from 1831 The Plymouth & Devonport Banking Company’
This covers the period from 1831 to 1838. From 1834 the entries relate to ‘Mrs Elizabeth Fox in account with The Devon and Cornwall Banking Co’.
 
242/6/47 1826-1840

Account of Dr Joseph Fox   Praed, Rogers, Tweedy & Williams

 
dated 1826
Cover reads ‘Dr Joseph Fox in account with Praed, Rogers, Tweedy and Williams.’
This covers the period from 1826 to 1829. Also, inside the last page is an entry dated 25 March 1816 which records the names Elizabeth J aged 22 years (1794), Joseph J aged 26 years (1790), and John J aged 20 years (1796).
(Mary J Fox-1796, Sophia J Fox-1798, Charles J Fox-1799)
 
242/6/48 1838-1839

Account of Mrs Elizabeth Fox   Devon & Cornwall Banking Company  

 
242/6/49 1838-1843 Account of Messrs Gwatkin & Symonds (Trustees of Mrs Elizabeth Fox)   Devon & Cornwall Banking Company  
242/6/50 1832-1861 Composite Account Book   Dr & Mrs Fox's Estates & Trustees in account with various others  
       
242/7 Sleeman Family Papers  
  Estate of Philip Sleeman  
242/7/1 1866-1873 Bundle of documents re: Philip Sleeman's estate   Draft will, will, accounts, bill of costs to time of death  
  Estate of Mrs Emily Sleeman  

242/7/2

1833-1855

Last will of Mrs Sleeman and supporting probate documents & estate papers, including codicils  

 

242/7/3

1833

Draft Will of Mrs Sleeman

 

242/7/4

1833

Copy Lease for 21 years  

1 Robert Were Fox of Falmouth, Cornwall, esquire, and Alfred Fox of Falmouth, esquire  

 2 John Rowe of Mylor, Cornwall,, butcher
Premises known as Great Wood and Wood Cottage in Mylor

 

242/7/5

1836

Draft Release  

1 The Reverend Samuel John Peter Trist of Veryan, Cornwall, clerk, and William Mansell Tweedy of Truro, Cornwall, banker  

2 John  Mills Carkeet of Falmouth, Cornwall, merchant, and John Eliott of Liskeard, Cornwall, grocer
Payment of £800 trust monies under the Marriage Settlemen of Philip Sleeman & Emily Fox

 

242/7/6

1843

Codicil to the Will of Mrs Sleeman

 

242/7/7

1849-1888

Bundle of documents re: Emily Sleeman's estate   Analysis of will, analysis of deed of gift, correspondence, sale poster, abstract of Marriage Settlement of Philip Sleeman & Emily Fox, abstract of appointment of new trustees, bill of costs to time of death, oath to lead limited probate

 

242/7/8

1849

Copy Draft Articles of Agreement of Lease for 10 years  

1 Nathaniel Jonas Easton of Plymouth, gentleman  

2 Philip Sleeman of Plymouth, esquire  

For letting two rooms in a house in Finewell Street, Plymouth

 

242/7/9

1855

Draft Codicil to the Will of Mrs Emily Sleeman

 

242/7/10

1861

Draft Appointment of New Trustees & Assignment of Trust Estate and Effects  

1 Emily Sleeman, wife of Philip Sleeman of Torquay, esquire  

2 The Reverend Samuel John Peter Trist of Veryan, Cornwall, clerk

3 The said Samuel J P Trist and Robert Tweedy of Truro, Cornwall, banker

Lands called Great Wood, or Restrongett Great Wood, or Upton's Tenement, Mylor

Dwellinghouse in Falmouth

 

242/7/11

1862

Draft Appointment of New Trustees and Assignment of Property  

1 Emily Sleeman, wife of Philip Sleeman of Torquay, esquire  

2 John Symonds of Falmouth, Cornwall, esquire
3 John Eliott of Liskeard, Cornwall, banker and Robert Bayly of Plymouth, gentleman
Certain freehold & leasehold property, household goods & furniture

 

242/7/12

1862

Draft Transfer of Mortgage in £150  

1 John Eliott of Liskeard, Cornwall, banker and Robert Bayly of Plymouth, gentleman  

2 John Bayly of Plymouth, esquire
Field called Greena Park, Buckland Monachorum & Tithes

 

242/7/13

1871

Bundle Draft Notices to Pay Mortgage  

Messrs Elliot & Bayly to :  

Mr Henry Williams on hereditaments at Elburton  

Mr Richard Ford on  hereditaments at Holbeton
Mr Thomas Brooking on hereditaments in Higher Princess Street, Plymouth
Mr James May on hereditaments in Prospect & Mount Streets, Plymouth
Mr Andrew White on hereditaments in Princess Street, Plymouth
Mr William Southwood on hereditaments in Lower Street, Old Tree Slip, Whitecross Street & Exeter Street, Plymouth

 

242/7/14

1871

Draft Conveyance in Fee  

1 John Eliott of Liskeard, Cornwall, banker, and Robert Bayly of Plymouth, gentleman  

2 William Bennett of Launceston, Cornwall, tanner
Parcel of land with dwellinghouse known as No 5 Mount Street

 

242/7/15

1871

Bundle Draft Abstracts of Title of Messrs Elliot & Bayly to : The Butts and two messuages at Elburton Dwellinghouses in Lower Street, Plymouth No 5 Mount Street, Plymouth

 

242/7/16

1871

Draft Bill for Sale by Auction Hereditaments in Plymouth, Elburton & Holbeton

 

242/7/17

1871

Draft Conditions of Auction Sleeman's Trust, property in Elburton, Holbeton & Plymouth

 

242/7/18

1871

Conditions of Auction Sleeman's Trust, property in Plymouth, Elburton & Holbeton

 

242/7/19

1872

Draft Assignment of Lease for 1000 years  

1 John Eliott of Liskeard, Cornwall, banker, and Robert Bayly of Plymouth, gentleman  

2 William Edwards of Staddiscombe, Plymstock, yeoman Land in Elburton known as The Butts with two dwellinghouses and appurtenances

 

242/7/20

1871

Sale Poster for Properties in Plymouth, Elburton & Holbeton

 

242/7/21

1872

Draft Conveyance  

1 John Eliott of Liskeard, Cornwall, banker, and Robert Bayly of Plymouth, gentleman  

2 John Bayly of Plymouth, merchant Freehold: No 15 Windsor Place, Plymouth, No 4 Windsor Place, dwellinghouse in Holbeton and field, part of the Manor of Battisborough, and Nos 11 & 12 Prospect Street
Leasehold: No 20 John Street, Plymouth

 

242/7/22

1871-1872

Bundle Papers regarding above properties

 

 

Estate of Captain George Sleeman

 

242/7/23

1833-1853

Cash Book   Accounts of George Sleeman, Philip Sleeman, Thomas Sleeman, James Sleeman, Nathaniel Spry Sleeman, Mrs Mary Furse, Major W H Sleeman,...

 
242/7/24 1843-1853 Account Book   The Trustees of the late Captain George Sleeman, Thomas Sleeman, Philip Sleeman  
242/7/25 1839 Copy Extract from Letter   George Sleeman to Philip Sleeman regarding his Will  
242/7/26 1843-1853 Bundle of Accounts, Receipts & Letters   Including letters from the War Office regarding payment of money from George Sleeman's effects  
  Deeds of Property on The Bank, Falmouth  
242/7/27  

Draft Assignment of Lease for 99 years  

1 The Right Honorable John Lord Wodehouse, Baron Wodehouse of Kimberley, Norfolk  

2 Joseph Fox of... 1828

 
    Between Lord John Wodehouse seemed to be the property owner and Joseph Fox and Emily Fox for the “Dwelling House and appurtenances known as No 1 the Bank, Falmouth”. This may have been a Reversionary Lease too.  
242/7/28  

Draft Conditions of Sale by Auction   Leasehold dwellinghouse, No 1 The Bank, Falmouth 1870

 
242/7/29  

Draft Conditions of Sale by Auction   Leasehold dwellinghouse, No 1 The Bank, Falmouth   Enclosure: correspondence 1870

 
242/7/30  

Draft Assignment of Lease for 99 years  

1 Charles James Fox of the City of London, Doctor of Medicine  

2 Jacob Olver and Thomas Rickard Olver both... 1870

 
    Draft Assignment of Lease for 99 years of No 1 the Bank Falmouth
Charles James Fox doctor of medecine was settling the estate of Emily James Sleeman after the death of her husband Philip Sleeman.
The will of Emily Sleeman deals with her estate which she left to her husband in Trust until his death, when Joseph’s other children received their shares of his estate.
 
242/7/31  

Draft Assignment of Lease for 99 years  

1 The Reverend Robert Morris of Friern Barnet, Middlesex, Clerk, The Reverend George Haden of Tiverton,... 1870

 
242/7/32  

Draft Assignment of Lease for 99 years  

1 Charles James Fox of the City of London, Doctor of Medicine  

2 Jacob Olver and Thomas Rickard Olver both... 1870

 
242/7/33  

Sale Poster for No 1 The Bank, Falmouth 1870

 
  Deeds of Property in Bilbury Street, Plymouth  
242/7/34 1834

Lease for 10 years  

1 Philip Sleeman of Plymouth, esquire  

2 Charles Markes of Plymouth, gentleman   Dwellinghouse with courtlage & appurtenances known as No 22 Bilbury Street in the Manor of Sutton Prior (boundaries given)

 
242/7/35 1834-1870

Bundle of Documents relating to No 20 Bilbury Street   Analysis of abstract of title; agreement to pay additional rent; rent accounts/receipts; sales posters; conditions of sale

 
242/7/36 1849

Sale Poster for No 22 Bilbury Street

 
 

Accounts

 
242/7/37 1836-1862

Investments Record   Mr & Mrs Philip Sleeman's property  

 
242/7/38 1851-1862

Bundle Investments Papers   Rents & interest due on Mr & Mrs Philip Sleeman's property

 
242/7/39 1866-1873 Bundle Papers   Accounts, correspondence, bills, receipts   Mr & Mrs Philip Sleeman's estate, including Great Wood, Mylor  
242/7/40   Bundle Papers   Mainly Emily Sleeman's Estate & Trust   Will, accounts, receipts, draft deeds, analysis of marriage settlement, etc 19th cent  
242/7/41 1835-1857 Bundle Accounts & Receipts   Insurance policies  
  Supply of Sleepers to the Great Western Railway  
242/7/42 1873-1893 Bundle of Cost Estimates & Tenders   Supply of railway timber by the Plymouth & Oreston Timber Co to the GWR  
  Correspondence  
242/7/43 1823-1843 Bundle Business Letters   Bills, receipts, annuity certificates, etc  
242/7/44 1832-1866 Bundle of Letters & Property Documents   Dr Fox's estate  
242/7/45 1832-1888 Bundle of Papers   Great Woods (Mylor)   Will of Elizabeth Fox and correspondence re: estate Labour agreement & prices for sleepers & longitudinals...  
242/7/46 1833-1862 Bundle of Letters to John Bayly  
242/7/47 1833-1890 Bundle of Letters & Papers   Sophia Fox; accounts; bill for sale of Cornwall Sailors' Home; trustees of Mrs Sleeman's estate  
242/7/48 1839-1874 Bundle of Letters & Receipts   Elizabeth & Rachel Tregelles to John Bayly  
242/7/49 1841-1861 Bundle of Letters & Bills  
242/7/50 1844-1864 Bundle Philip Sleeman's Estate Correspondence  
242/7/51 1846-1859 Bundle of Letters  
242/7/52 1846-1869 Bundle of Correspondence & Leases   Cornwall Sailors' Home and No 1 The Bank Falmouth  
242/7/53 1847-1859 Bundle of Letters & Accounts  
242/7/54 1848-1857 Bundle of Correspondence & Deeds   Mr Southwood's papers  
242/7/55 1849-1860 Bundle of Indian Letters & Accounts  
242/7/56 1849-1853 Bundle Correspondence re: B Todd's Account with Philip Sleeman  
242/7/57 1849-1861 Bundle of Letters & Receipts  
242/7/58 1853-1864 Bundle of Letters & Receipts  
242/7/59 1853-1883 Bundle of Letters   Mainly from Dr Hope  
242/7/60 1854-1858 Bundle of Indian & Legal Letters  
242/7/61 1855-1859 Bundle of Letters  
242/7/62 1856-1859 Bundle of Letters from C W Blake  
242/7/63 1858-1859 Bundle of Letters from Gould R Weston  
242/7/64 1858-1883 Bundle of Letters  
242/7/65 1859-1863 Bundle of Letters  
242/7/66 1861-1862 Bundle of Letters  
242/7/67 1834-1863 Bundle of Letters & Accounts  
242/7/68 1860-1872 Bundle of Letters to Philip Sleeman    
242/7/69 1866-1872 Bundle of Letters   Elizabeth Tregelles; Eliza Dreaton; Sophia J Fox; Great Wood estate  
242/7/70 c1850 List of Nations, Countries, Islands & Cities visited by Philip Sleeman, and of Islands seen but not visited, also list of aneroid barometric...  
  Miscellaneous Deeds  
242/7/71 1829

Draft Mortgage in £250  

1 Richard Ford of Holbeton, yeomanand Mary Hannah his wife  

2 George Bayly of Plymouth, merchant   Freehold dwellinghouse...

 
242/7/72 1830

Draft Grant of Dower & Mortgage in £100  

1 Richard Ford of Holbeton, yeoman  

2 Elizabeth Ford of Holbeton, widow  

3 George Bayly of Plymouth,...

 
242/7/73 1834

Draft Mortgage in £500  

1 Robert Bayly the younger of Inner Temple, London, esquire  

2 Andrew White of Plymouth, carpenter  

3 Robert Lovell...

 
242/7/74 1836

Draft Assignment of Mortgage in [£300]  

1 Elizabeth Wallace of Plymouth, widow  

2 Thomas Brooking of Plymouth, carpenter  

3 Robert Lovell Gwatkin...

 
242/7/75 1836

Draft Assignment of Mortgage in £300 & £15   Parties and Premises as above

 
242/7/76 1836

Draft Mortgage in £150  

1 Thomas Peek of [?Buklegh], yeoman  

2 Robert Lovell Gwatkin of Plymouth, esquire and John Symonds of Falmouth, Cornwall,...

 
242/7/77 1837

Draft Mortgage in £450  

1 William Southwood of Plymouth, butcher  

2 Robert Lovell Gwatkin of Plymouth, esquire and John Symonds of Falmouth,...

 
242/7/78 1837

Draft Assignment of Mortgage in £150  

1 Henry Williams of Chittleburn, Brixton, yeoman  

2 Jane Taylor of Plymstock, widow  

3 Elizabeth Fox of...

 
242/7/79 1843

Draft Transfer of Mortgage in £200  

1 George Bayly of Plymouth, esquire  

2 Richard Ford of Holbeton, yeoman  

3 John Symonds of Falmouth,...

 
242/7/80 1844

Draft Mortgage  

1 William Wakeham of Plymouth, cement manufacturer  

2 John Bayly of Plymouth, gentleman   Cement Manufactory in Plymouth

 
242/7/81 1844

Draft Mortgage in Fee in £700  

1 William Wakeham of Plymouth, cement manufacturer  

2 Thomas Windeatt the younger of Tavistock, woolstapler  

3...

 
242/7/82 1845

 Transfer of Mortgage  

1 Thomas Windeatt the younger of Tavistock, woolstapler  

2 William Wakeham of Plymouth, cement manufacturer  

3 John Symonds...

 
242/7/83 1845

Draft Mortgage in £500  

1 James May of Plymouth, builder  

2 John Bayly of Plymouth, gentleman  

3 parcels of land with 2 dwellinghouses to be...

 
242/7/84 1847

Draft Transfer of Mortgage in £900  

1 John Bayly of Plymouth, gentleman  

2 James May of Plymouth, builder  

3 John Symons of Falmouth, Cornwall,...

 
242/7/85 1862

 Copy Appointment of New Trustee  

1 Edward Jones of Torquay, Major in HM Royal Marines  

2 John Reynolds Gwatkin of Semmington, Wilts, esquire  

3...

 
       

 

Royal Museums Greenwich / National Maritime Museum / Royal Obervatory

Royal Musems Greenwich
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HIS0094 National Museum Greenwich

Engagement off Toulon (GHG)

HAM/54 Royal Museums Greenwich

Notes of Conversation between Rear-Adm Hammond and H.M.F. Majesty (= Dom João VI (13 May 1767 – 10 March 1826) through the interpretation in French by Capt Guion at Mafra 11 Nov 1825 dated from HMS TRIBUNE', Saturday evening 12 Nov 1825

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London Metropolitan Archives: City of London

Guildhall, St Leonard Shoreditch (from ancestry.com)
Register of marriages, Sep 1764 - Feb 1768
P91/LEN/A/01/Ms 7498/5   Marriage of Frederick James Guion and Susanna Burgess 17 Sep 1767  
Register  
    Baptism of Frederic James, son of Frederick James and Susanna Guion  
Guildhall, St Olave Hart Street, Register of baptisms 1706 - 1812 and marriages 1704 - 1754, 1704 - 1812
P69/OLA1/A/01/Ms 17818  

Baptism of Gardiner Henry Guion

Date: 1 Apr 1775
Parish: St Olave Hart Street
County: London

 
   

Baptism of Daniel Oliver Guion

Date: 20 Apr 1776
Parish: St Olave Hart Street
County: London

 
   

Baptism of Anne Mary Guion

Date: 6 Aug 1802 (b. dec 1798)

 

Gloucestershire Archives

 D2091/X5   Letter book of G.G. Ducarel at Burdwan and Calcutta (as D2091/X4):- 1783 9 July  
       
       

Tower Hamlets Local History Library and Archives

 
 P/GOF/1  

Diary of Elijah Goff: volume 1.

Note inside cover states 'begun 15 Jan. 1788, ended 31 Aug. 1796' (also 'no. of my watch 7613, made by Ellicott'), but covers are detached and entries up to 8 Dec. 1789 have been lost, except for part of one page for 6-10 Feb. 1788.

 
       

 

University of Cambridge

Papers of John Pond  
  Correspondence with the Admiralty  
RGO 5/229 Page: 152+153   concerning a chronometer for HMS Tribune under Captain Guion  
       

 

University of Edinburgh

  Society of Genealogists List of Graduates 1703-1866  
Centre for Research Collections (CRC) - Alumni  
  Students of Medicine, 1762-1826  
  Laureation & Degrees, database Laureation & Degrees Album 1587 - 1809  
       

 

University of St Andrews

       
  Joseph Fox M.D. 1783 (See also University of Edinburgh)    
       
       

 

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