John Hodgson

Born:Mar 16 1779 In:  Newcastle upon Tyne, Tyne and Wear, England, United Kingdom
Died:Aug 14 1858 (at age 79)In:  The Elms, Hampstead Heath
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Immediate family

Anne Marie Caroline Delamain (Hodgson)
His wife
Caroline Sarah Elizabeth Hodgson
His daughter
Kirkman Daniel Hodgson, J.P.
His son
Sophia Margaret Hodgson (Miles)
His daughter
Henrietta Ann Hodgson
His daughter
Eliza Janet Hodgson (Ainger)
His daughter
James Stewart Hodgson
His son
John Hodgson
His father
Sarah Gale (Hodgson)
His mother

Work

Trade: Finlay, Hodgson & Co. textile manufacturers, tea planters and merchants est.1809
Merchant/Banker
Merchant/Banker

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London, Greater London, United Kingdom

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Confidence: Direct and primary evidence
Citation text:
John Hodgson
Gender: Male
Residence: London, Greater London, United Kingdom
Birth: Mar 16 1779 - Newcastle upon Tyne, Tyne and Wear, England, United Kingdom
Occupation: Merchant/Banker
Marriage: Spouse: Anne Marie Caroline Hodgson (born Delamain) - Dec 16 1811 - Hampstead, London, Greater London, England, United Kingdom
Death: Aug 14 1858 - The Elms, London, UK
Burial: London, Greater London, United Kingdom
Father: <a>John Hodgson</a>
Mother: <a>Sarah Hodgson (born Gale)</a>
Wife: <a>Anne Marie Caroline Hodgson (born Delamain)</a>
Children: <a>James Stewart Hodgson</a>, <a>Kirkman Daniel Hodgson</a>, <a>Sophia Margaret Miles (born Hodgson)</a>, <a>Caroline (born Hodgson)</a>, <a>Henrietta (born Hodgson)</a>, <a>Eliza Janet (born Hodgson)</a>
Confidence: Direct and primary evidence
Citation text:
John Hodgson
Gender: Male
Christening: Apr 26 1779 - St Nicholas Parish Rec And Nonconf, Newcastle Upon Tyne, Northumberland, England
Father: John Hodgson
Mother: Sarah
Indexing Project (Batch) Number: P00435-1
System Origin: England-ODM
GS Film number: 0095017, 0095018, 0847912, 0847913

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from Hampstead Heath, LondonProbably built 'the Elms' in 1824 Originally from Newcastle Between 1819 and 1844 John Hodgson considerably enlarged Priory Lodge with a baywindowed extensionFrom: 'Hampstead: Frognal and the Central Demesne', A History of the County of Middlesex: Volume 9: Hampstead, Paddington (1989), pp. 33-42. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.asp?compid=22635. Date accessed: 22 May 2007.(6) Kirkman Finlay was James Finlay's second son. His elder son, Major John Finlay, R.E., F.R.S., Secretary to the Duke of Richmond, was father to George Finlay of Athens, the historian of Greece, in whom the perfervidum ingenium came out in another form. George Finlay was originally an apprentice with Graham & Mitchell, writers, but he had no taste for the law, and after studying at Gottingen he became an ardent Philhellene, and joined Byron in the attempt to free Greece. He afterwards settled at Athens, and was to the last, in spite of disappointment and disillusion, the firm friend and wise adviser of his adopted country. He died at Athens 26th January, 1876, aged seventy-six. He had married a Greek wife. An only child, a daughter, died before him. 'Kirkman' has become naturalized as a Christian name in the allied families of Finlay and Hodgson. James Finlay had a London correspondent, Alderman Kirkman, M.P., and thought so much of him that he called his son Kirkman Finlay. John Hodgson in his turn thought so much of Kirkman Finlay that he called his son (the late M.P. for Bristol) Kirkman Hodgson. John Hodgson was a Newcastle lad, whom Kirkman Finlay had raised to be head of his London house, Finlay, Hodgson & Co.1809

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