~ SNOULTEN NAME ~
*noted in the List of Freemen 1830 - Osb. Snoulten Sen., St. George's Place, Canterbury, Gentleman
**To Osborn Snoulten, Esq. Canterbury
Tavistock Place, July 20, 1819
My Dear Sir,
Mr. Britton, a literary friend of mine, visits your city, for the purpose of collecting the best information he can, relating to the history of your noble Cathedral; any introduction you can give him to the heads of the church, will be acceptable to him, and gratifying to me.
I beg you to present mine and Mrs. Oakley's best regards to your daughter, and believe me to be, my dear Sir,
Yours very truly,
(letters on miscellaneous and domestic subjects, by Benjamin Oakley)
1839 List of subscribers to "Recollections of Naples" - Osborn Snoulten, Esq., Canterbury
*The Poll of the Electors - freemen 1830 - Ald. O. Snoulten - Brother Freemen, upon no former occasion have I ever stood forward to address you with feelings of greater pleasure than at present, the stisfaction of seconding the nomination of a gentleman, whose principles I believe to be as independent as those of any man in the kingdom (applause). The principles which that Hon. Gentleman profess I do feel must be those of every true Patriot; and I hope that when you hear him declare them to you this day, you will unanimously declare him to be your Representative. I consider, gentlemen, that the spirit of intelligence which has now happily been diffused so universally throughout the country at large, has enabled every freeman to discriminate who are the fittest objects of so noble a distinction; and I do hope that the City of Canterbury, which has commenced so early will set an example to every other place worthy of imitation (Great Applause). Gentlemen, I will not trespass longer upon your time, than to allude for a moment to the circumstance of the family of the Hon. Richard Watson, whose family as you know well know has been and still is justly celebrated for various acts of liberality and munificence throughout the whole of this county;.....I therefore second the motion of Ald. Frend, that the Hon. Richard Watson is a fit person to be chosen the Representative of the interests of this City in Parliament. (Great Applause).
1841 - The Legal Observer - Halford, Richard, William Henry Baldock, and Osborn Snoulten, Canterbury, Bankers. Sankey & Co., Canterbury; Richardson & Co., Bedford Row. Oct. 12.
"Mr. Halford carried on the banking business in co-partnership with Mr. Snoulten and others; and in October 1841, the firm became bankrupt. The trustees had claimed to prove, as seperate creditors of Mr. Halford, the sum which they computed the fund direct to be accumulated would have amounted to if the truste..." The English Rports
*Meetings (from The Jurist 1844) Richard Halford, William Hen. Baldock and Osborn Snoulten, Canterbury, bankers, Jan. 23 at 1, Court of Bankruptcy, London, and ac.
Meetings (from The Jurist 1844) Richard Halford, William Henry Baldock, and Osborn Snoulten, Canterbury, bankers, May 4 at 11, Court of Bankruptcy, London, aud. ac.
The Jurist - Richard Halford, Vm. Henry Baldock, and Osborn Snoulten, Canterbury, Kent, bannkers, Marr 23 at 1, Court of Bankruptcy, London, div. joint and sep. ests.
Marriage of an Osborn Snoulten to Mary Southee, January 18, 1780 at St. Peter's, Canterbury
Marriage of an Easter Snoulton to John Baker on February 8, 1778 at St. Mary Northgate, Canterbury
Christening of an Osborn Snoulten March 24th, 1782 at St. Peter's Canterbury, death January 2, 1783 (parent's Osborn and Mary Snoulten)
Christening of an Hester Snoulten March 20th, 1785 at St. Peter's Canterbury, death February 21, 1788 (parent's Osborn and Mary Snoulten)
Christening of a Charlotte Snoulten May 16th, 1790, at St. Peter's Canterbury (parent's Osborn and Mary Snoulten)
Christening of an Elizabeth Snoulten October 21st, 1792 at St. Peter's Canterbury, death September 25, 1795 (parent's Osborn and Mary Snoulten)
Christening of a Mary Snoulten October 28th, 1783 at St. Peter's Canterbury (parent's Osborn and Mary Snoulten)
Christening of an Elizabeth Snoulten August 5th, 1787, at St. Peter's Canterbury, death April 22, 1789 (parent's Osborn and Mary Snoulten)
Christening of an Osborn Snoulton to Osborn and Mary Snoulton, January 11, 1795, St. Peter's, Canterbury
Died at Canterbury (April), Mrs. Snoulten. - The Monthly Magazine 1801 pg. 281
March 11th, 1833 - Coprorate Officers, Canterbury - Osborn Snoulten, Banker
Marriages, 1850 - The Gentlemen's Magazine - At Temple Ewell, Philip Davis Rose, Esq., of Rosebrook, Port Philip, fourth son of W. G. Rose, esq. of Dover to Laura Osborn, second daughter of Osborn Snoulten, esq. of Woodville near Dover.
Creditors under 22 & 23 Vict. cap. 35 Last Day of Claim. Tuesday, May 14, 1861 - Osborn Snoulten, Esq., Watersend-villa, Temple Ewell, Kent. Lewis, Solicitor, 9 Castle Street, Dower. June 18 (The Solicitors Journal & Reporter)
1873 *Certified teachers of phonography... A. A. Gilham, 1 Snoulten Place, Canterbury
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