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Family
Marriage: Children:
  1. John Hodgson: Birth: 11 FEB 1786. Death: 30 JUL 1849 in The Cedars, South Lambeth, Middsx

  2. James Lloyd Hodgson: Birth: 9 JAN 1788. Death: 1789

  3. Thomas Henry Hodgson: Birth: 1790. Death: 1792

  4. Henry Hodgson: Birth: 20 FEB 1792. Death: 16 AUG 1825 in 6 Stockwell Place, Clapham Rd, London

  5. Ann Hodgson: Birth: 1793. Death: 7 APR 1832

  6. James Hodgson: Birth: 27 JAN 1795. Death: 4 SEP 1872

  7. George Hodgson: Birth: 1796. Death: 1802

  8. Person Not Viewable


Sources
1. Author:   Henry John Hodgson
2. Text:   Fasti Domestici Mrs Hodgson [nee Charlotte Gregory]
 1850
3. Text:   Hodgson scrapbook / old manuscript family notes

Notes
a. Note:   N7850 There was a slab in the churchyard at St. Paul's, Clapham, for “John Hodgson, Esq., many years a General Accountant of the Excise, d. Feb 7 1837 ag. 85 and Mrs. Ann Hodgson d. 6 July 1825 ag. 72. Henry their son., d. 16th Aug 1825 ag. 33. Miss Ann Hodgson, their only dau., d. 7 April, 1832, ag. 38.”
 (“Our Clapham Forefathers”)
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 Of Bedford Street, Bedford Row, London in 1826, at time of son’s marriage.
 (The Gentleman's Magazine.)
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 ... and the Critical; and it is interesting in the correspondence of this period to find [Franics Hodgson’s] cousin John Hodgson, the conveyancer — who, ... undertaking to review Hesiod for the Quarterly, and exhibiting lively and personal interest in the classical and literary criticism for which ... One letter of John Hodgson's carries the reader back to Sir Francis Burdett's imprisonment in the Tower in 1810 ; and in another of ..
 (The Academy and Literature - Volume 14 - Page 537. 1878.)
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 Northamptonshire Record Office has letters to Sir Henry Dryden from John Hodgson 1840 & 1848 (3 letters), and one from Lady Dryden his mother to J. Hodgson about his father's will (1840).
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 Presumably the John Hodgson who in 1779 was assistant accountant in the Revenue of Excise for hides and plate licences, paid £50 a year? This was in the department for hides, plate licences, coffee, tea and chocolate. The head of the whole department was paid £210.
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 Was First General Accountant of the Excise in 1821. Strangely he seems to have been the only person who ever held a role with that exact title - although at various times other people were called the Second General Accountant of the Excise.


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