Dramatis Personae: G-L

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which explains more about these
lists of names

G

Mr Galloway (1833)

Mrs Garrett [a nurse, or some such; at Margaret Christie’s] (1830)

Mrs Gates [like Mrs Freshwater, occurs at the end of the 1833 diary, with costs] [also beg. 1839 diary; with costs]

George IV (1830)

George [no last name; servant?] (1839)

Mrs Gibson [a “poor” woman, visited by with Miss Ashley] (1839)

Bennett [Mary’s brother]

Charlotte [Gosling; Mary’s half-sister] (1829) (1830) (1832) (1833) (1839) (1840) (1841)

Francis Gosling [marries Caroline Gregg) (1829) (1832) (1839)

Georgina [marries Robert Gosling 1826]

[birth of 4th dau: 1833]

Georgey and Vere (Georgiana) (1833) Georgey (1840)

[christening of ‘youngest child’] (1839)

Robin {eldest son} (1840-5) (1841)

Robert [Mary’s brother]

Tom [Gosling; Mary’s half-brother] (1829) (1830) (1832) (1833) (1839) (1840) (1841)

My Father [William Gosling]

Richard Gosling [a cousin] (1833) (1839) (1840)

Mrs Richard Gosling [Ramsgate] [suspect Jane née Hogg; wife Richard I] (1832) (1839) (1840)

The R. Goslings (1839)

Mrs Gosling [meet up with at Ramsgate – but who? suspect a Francis Gosling mother or wife] (1832)

Maria Gosling [related to Lady Mordaunt? possibly Maria Shuldham Henry, wife Richard II; son born 1833] (1833) (1839) (1841)

Maria’s daughter May (1839)

Godfrey [servant; dismissed] (1832)

The Lady Gores (1833)

Lady and Miss Gore (1839)

Miss Gore [at Lady Thomas’] (1841)

Lady Graham [reference for a ‘failed’ governess] (1839)

Mr Green [apothecary in Ramsgate; attends baby Augusta] (1832)

Mr Gregory [preacher; near Suttons] (1833)

Mrs Gregory [wife of above?] (1833)

The Greggs [ William’s sister, and family] (1829) (1839)

Aunt Gregg [Mary, née Gosling] (1829) (1830) (1832) (1833) (1839) (1840) (1841)

Caroline Gregg Gosling [dau. of above; wife Francis Gosling] (1832) (1833) (1839)

[birth of dau: 1833]

[christening of child; Mary godmother] (1839)

The Little Goslings (1841)

Harriet Gregg [dau. of Aunt Gregg] (1829) (1833)

H. Gregg [assume: Harriet] [could it be cousin Henry: or too young in 1840 (see Bennett’s will)] (1840)

Emilia [ditto] (1833) (1841)

Mr and Mrs R. Gregg (1839)

Mrs Gregg (1841)

Mrs Robert Gregg (1839)

Robert Gregg [ditto] (1839)

Charles Gregg (1841)

Miss [Grimston] (1832)

Mrs Groves [at home at Mr Bramston’s, near The VYNE] (1830) (1840)

and Miss Groves [near Vine] (1840)

The Mr Gordons (1840)

Mr. Gun, of Mount Kennedy [1821]

H

Mr and Mrs Halford (1840)

Mr Hamilton (1829) (1830) (1841)

Mr Hamilton’s brother (1830)

Mrs Hamilton (1829) (1830) (1833) (1841)

The Miss Hamiltons (1829)

Mr Hammond (1830-2)

Mrs Harbond [comes with Lady Bridgewater] (1833)

Sir H. Hardinge [gossip: 1829]

Mrs Harris (1839 [dies])

Miss Harrison [‘gave me a lesson’ = in what?] (1830)

Lady Louisa Harvey [of Rolls Park, Chigwell; mother of Maria, wife to William Tower; and Eliza, Mrs Thomas William Bramston] (1839-2) (1840)

Mr Harvey [preacher; Ramsgate] (1841)

Mr Harwood (1830)

Miss Hawes [singer at Mrs Smith’s party] [Maria Hawes? 1816-1886] (1839)

Admiral Hawkes and son (1841)

Lady Hazelrig [aunt to Mrs Raikes Currie] (1840)

Mr Heathcote [Mr Chute’s politician sidekick? son?] (1830)

Sir John Hill, of Hawestone [1821]

Hinds [departs – old butler??] (1832)

Mr Houblon (1830) (1839)

Mrs Houblon (1839) (1840)

her son (1840)

some of Mrs Houblon’s family (1839)

The Miss Houblons (1840)

Miss Houblon (1841)

un-named Housekeeper (1830)

unnamed Housekeeper (1840)

un-named Housemaid [came April 1829]

un-named housekeeper and other servants (engaging en mass in London) (1840)

Mr Howard (1833)

Mr Howarth [preached at Hanover Chapel] (1830)

Mr Hubbart [preacher; near Suttons] (1833)

Mr Hulse [saw his garden] (1830)

Major Hyde [met at the Christie’s] (1841)

I

Mr and Mrs Ibbotson [Botley’s; boxing day] (1840)

Capt & Mrs Irby [the Rear-Admiral; Frederick Paul and Frances; C’s cousins] (1833)

Mr. and Mrs. Paul Irby [1821]

Mr. Irby, of Llanidan [1821]

J

Mad:elle Jaggy [Jacygy?] (1839-5)

Jane [household staff?] [leaves to visit sick mother] (1839) (1841)

Mr, Mrs & Miss Jeffreys (1829)

Miss Jelfe (1829)

Mrs Jenkins (1829)

Mr Jenkyns (1829)

Mrs Jenkyn[s?] [same as above??] (1829) (1830)

Mr & Mrs Jenks (1833)

K

Lady Amelia Kaye, and daughters [1821]

W. Knyvett [Mrs. Knyvett; William Knyvett a singer too?] [singer at Mrs Smith’s] (1839)

Mr Keith [visits sick Charlotte] (1829)

Miss Fanny Kemble (1830)

Mr Kenyon (1833)

Ketcham [paid servant; maid] (1840)

Mr & Mrs Kildersdale (1830)

Mr & Mrs Kirkland (1832)

unnamed Kitchenmaid [2nd occurance: attended by Potter] (1839)

new (or 2nd?) unnamed Kitchenmaid (1840)

Mr Edward Knight [Chomeley’s godfather; Jane Austen’s brother] (1829)

Charles Knight [(1803-1867); unmarried] (1840)

Lady Knighton [related to Dora Knighton, Michael Seymour’s wife; presume Dora’s mother] (1840)

Capt Knowles (1839)

Knowles [same as above? but no ‘title’] (1840)

Mr. Knox [see Lady Louisa Stuart: same Knox??] [1821]

L

Mr [Pierre] Labouchere [owner of Chelmsford’s Hyland House; d. 1839] (1839)

Mr Lacy [Tring church (Ed Austen works with); preached in 1830, 1832] (1829) (1830) (1832) (1833)

Mrs Lacy (1833)

Lady Lamphere (1833)

Mr Landon (1829) (1839)

Lady Langham (1839)

Mr Larpent (1829)

Mr Latham [preached at All Souls] (1829)

Dr. Latham [attends Mrs. Charlotte Gosling] (1839)

Mr. La Touche, of Bellvue [1821]

Mr [Laumson???] (1839)

Mr Lawford [lawyer] (1830)

Mr Thomas Lawrence [painter whose collection they view] (1830)

Miss Layton [hires; replace M:elle Seyl?] (1841)

[Lu? Lee?] [could this be Mrs Sandoz’s daughter, Miss Sandoz??] (1829-2) (1832)

Mary Ann Lu [or Lee] (1832) (1839) (1841)

Susan Lu [Lee??] (1830) [assume she the ‘Susan’ below]

Tom Lee (1830)

Mr and Mrs Lefevre [John George Shaw-Lefevre?] (1829)

Mr J. Lefevre at Batteson (1830) (1840) specifies John Lefevre (1840)

Mr and Mrs Chandos Leigh (1829)

Mrs Leigh Perrot [Chomeley’s godmother; Jane Austen’s aunt] (1829)

Mrs Lewis (1833) [Augusta Smith letter: former Miss Charlotte Edridge]

Mr Lewis (1833)

Mr and Mrs Lindsay (1839)

Mr Linzee [clergy?; of Kelvedon] (1829) (1830) (1832) (1839) (1840)

The Linzees (1840)

Mrs Linzee (18292) (1830) (1832) (1833) (1840)

Miss Linzee (1830) the Miss Linzees (1833)

Miss Lloyd (1830)

Eliza [Charles’ sister]

her baby (1839)

baby christened (1841)

Mr Le Marchant [Eliza married him 1835] (1839) (1840) (1841)

Mr Locke [piano tuner] (1829) (1830) (1833)

Miss Lockwood (1829) (1830) (1832-2 [died]) [Augusta Smith letter: sister to Mrs C. Edridge]

Dr Locock [doctored baby Mimi; in London] (1829) [doctors Margaret] (1830) [and baby Augusta] (1832)

Mr Loghlan [preached at All Souls] (1829)

Capt Louis (1830)

[visit Park, belonging to Mr. Luke] [1821]

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