Note: N2691 Had small school at Mitcham 1806-1815.
Was executor of her brother James’s 1810 will, as “Mrs Anne Hodgson of Mitcham, Surrey”. Presumably the Mrs did not mean she was married.
Oct 28. At Camden Town, aged 80, Mrs. Anne Hodgson, formerly of Mitcham.
(The Gentleman's magazine: Volume 94, Part 2 - Page 476. 1824.)
Mrs Hodgson of Mitcham was a subscriber to “Poems” By George Townsend of Trinity College, Cambridge, published in 1810. Quite a number of other subsribers were also from Mitcham.
Presumably the daughter that James Peachey said he was concerned about in 1765 following a fire at Bishopsgate? She would have been 20. What was she doing in Bshopsgate?
The Rev Mr Hodgson at Humber near Leominster, Herefordshire
Yours of ye 16th inst. Informs me of a chine of Bacon & a Turkey by Turkey .. carrier, which I have Received, and Likewise Fifty Guineas in money, and three drafts of Leases returned by your Son Henry who I hope to see on Sunday.
I was extremely concerned for ye Fire in Bishopsgate Street, But much more particularly on you daughters acct., and if I could the next day have found her I would with great satisfaction have gone in my chariot & brought her to my house –– where She now will be received with pleasure if she pleases ––
I am with great respect & regard for your Lady a& family
Sr yr most humb Serv
Queen Street Westminster
Decembr ye 20th 1765
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