niedziela, 11 marca 2018

Newly discovered documents concerning Daniel Tolkien (1794)

This is probably the house where Daniel G. Tolkien lived in the 1780s and 1790s.
27 Bedford Street, Covent Garden, London
About the first address of Mr. Daniel Gottlieb Tolkien in London – 27 Bedford St, Covent Garden (27 New Street) – read here. About Daniel Tolkien's Act of Naturalization (1794) read here. For The National Archives see here.
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HO 42/28/114
Folios 291-293.

Minutes of the House of Lords including the third reading and passage of a Bill for naturalizing Mr Hullman, and the first reading of a Bill for naturalizing Mr Tolkien. Bills for the naturalizing of Mr Benjoin and Mr Heintz were brought from the Commons and read a first time. Enclosed is a statement that a Bill for naturalizing Daniel Tolkien, son of Christian Tolkien, born at Danzig, was presented this day and read a first time.

Date: 1794 Feb 14

Held by: The National Archives, Kew
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HO 42/28 - HO 42. Letters and papers
Folio 232.

Certificate signed by the minister, churchwardens, overseers of the poor, and... This record has been digitised as part of the larger record: HO 42/28/97


Description: Folio 232. Certificate signed by the minister, churchwardens, overseers of the poor, and 7 other inhabitants of the parish of St Paul, Covent Garden, Middlesex, that Daniel Tolkien of Bedford Street, intending to apply for an Act of Naturalization, has resided in the parish for a number of years, is believed to be an honest respectable man, a good and loyal subject of this realm, and in every way deserving of naturalization.

Date: 1794 Feb 10

Held by: The National Archives, Kew

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