Englishmen in the French Revolution/Appendix E
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Appendix E. List of Prisoners in 1793
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English Prisoners, 1789–96.
(See p. 145.)
Alder, Daniel. At Luxembourg, June 15, 1794. Liberated
Feb. 5, 1795.
Alison, Sophia, 28, wife of Berger. For stealing wool of
a mattress. St. Pélagie and Madelonnettes. May 19,
Arthur, John James, 33, paper-hanger. Guillotined July
30, 1794. See p. 192.
Aston, Mary Anne, 45, Conceptionist nun. Oct. 13,
1793, to Feb. 27, 1795.
Badger, Meunier, silk-spinner, Tours. At Luxembourg.
Charged with having supplied cannons from his
brother-in-law at London to the Vendean insurgents.
Published a pamphlet while in prison, in which he
challenged production of any evidence against him,
mentioned his three motherless children, and urged
that he had fought in the National Guard against
Bagnal, Anne Theresa, Benedictine lay sister.
Baker, Caroline, 25, and two children. At Luxembourg
and Austin convent. Oct. 15, 1793.
Baldwin, Samuel, 67, professor of languages. St. Pélagie
and La Force. Oct. 15, 1793.
Barker, George. Liberated Nov. 17, 1793.
Barnston, Edward, 24, teacher of drawing and languages.
Charged with possessing anti-revolutionary pamphlets.
July 13, 1793, to Sept. 27, 1795. In twelve different
Baron, Elizabeth, 24, Conceptionist nun. Oct. 13, 1793,
to Feb. 19, 1795.
Oct. 26, 1793.
Bayle, William, groom. At Scotch college and four
other prisons, Oct. 30, 1793, to July 8, 1795.
Beeston, Theresa Anne, 47, boarder at Austin convent.
Bell, Mary, 48, Conceptionist nun. Died Oct. 1794.
Bishop, Elizabeth, 32, Austin nun. Died 1819, aged 57.
Bishop, Frances, 30, Austin nun, sister of above. Left
the convent in 1836.
Blanchet, Mary Long, wife of, arrested for concealing a
conspirator, and shielding him from national vengeance.
At Austin convent, Feb. 13, 1794, to Aug.
Blount, Mrs. Mary, and two daughters, of Chalgrove,
Oxon., boarders at the Austin convent. Mrs. Blount
was sister to the superior, Mrs. Canning. Liberated
Jan. 1795. Her daughter Elizabeth married, 1802,
Ralph Riddell, of Felton Park, Northumberland.
The other daughter, Frances, and her mother, were
still boarders at the convent in 1820.
Blount, Joseph, 14, son of the above. At Luxembourg,
Oct. II, 1793, to Dec. 15, 1794.
Bond, Andrew, surgeon. Captured at Toulon.
Bourk, Mary Adelaide, 17. At Conceptionist convent.
Liberated Sept. 28, 1794.
Brindels, Helen, 53, Benedictine nun. At Vincennes
and Austin convent. Died 1807.
Budge, ——, and his children. Jan. 3, 1794.
Burk, Francois Ursule, 17, sailor, native of L'Orient. On
June 9, 1794, the charge against him was dismissed,
and it was ordered that he should be detained till
21 years of age, but on July 23 he was again tried
for prison plot at the Carmelites'. He was accused
of saying that the English were brave; also that it
was absurd to make citizens serve as soldiers when
there were regular troops. He replied that he had
said the Irish were brave; his father was one, and
served France well. He was guillotined.
of an English doctor. Arrested Sept. 30, 1793.
Guillotined July 7, 1794, for retaining titles of
nobility, and possessing medallion of royal family.
Cameron, Anne Caroline, 40, native of Dunkirk, wife of
Charles Pierre Gassien, notary. Tried for talk in
favour of restoration of monarchy, Nov. 27, 1793,
Campbell, Archibald, major in 69th infantry. Captured
at Toulon. At Luxembourg, Jan. 9, 1794.
Campbell, John, 58, rentier. At Luxembourg, Oct. 1,
1793, to Oct. 23, 1794.
Campbell, William, 54, Irish (qy. the actuary). Oct. 12,
1793, to Feb. 14, 1795.
Canning, Anne Mary, 43, daughter of Francis Canning,
of Foxcote, Warwickshire, Austin nun, and superior
of convent from 1808 till her death in 1820.
Carr, John Baptist, 21, émigré. Was sent in 1788 to
England by his father (q.y. Louis Alexander Carr,
member of a Paris revolutionary committee in 1792)
to learn commerce. Liberated June 30, 1795. See
Caucey (?), Colin. At Luxembourg. Liberated Oct. 18, 1794.
Chambly, Charles Francis, 57, native of Louisburg, Canada,
captain at Cayenne. Guillotined for prison plot at
the Carmelites', July 23, 1794. See p. 180.
Châtellux, Mary Bridget Josephine Plunket, 34, widow
of Marquis de Châtellux. At Austin convent, Nov.
30, 1793, to Nov. 28, 1794. See p. 157.
Chevenix, Richard. At Luxembourg. Liberated Dec. 4,
1794. See p. 228.
Clark, Jaerens (?), 64, Scotch. At Austin convent, Oct.
30, 1793, to Sept. 28, 1794.
Clarmont, John Charles. At Luxembourg and Scotch
college. Oct. 10, 1793.
Clutterbuck, Charles, 38, professor of languages. At
Luxembourg and Irish college, Oct. 13, 1793, to Oct. 3, 1794.
Collier, John. At Luxembourg and Scotch college. Oct.
12, 1793. (Indemnity awarded, 1820, to executrix
of Sir George Collier.)
Cooper, Margaret, 69, lay sister at Benedictine convent.
At Vincennes and Austin convent, Oct. 13, 1793, to
Feb. 27, 1795. Died 1807.
Cowlechette, William. Feb. 21, 1792.
Darby, John Baptist (qy. Jonathan, of King's County).
Had two sons in English army. At Carmelites,
Oct. 8, 1793, to Sept. 30, 1794.
Day, Denis. Sent from Epernay to Paris, July 31, 1794.
Delany, Thomas, 17. Guillotined June 6, 1794. See p. 179.
Dillon, General Arthur. Guillotined for prison plot at
Luxembourg, April 13, 1794. See p. 171.
Dollond, Miss, boarder at Austin convent.
Douglas, Abbé. Arrested, Dec. 1789, for complicity in the
plot for the King's escape to Metz, but prosecution
was dropped. Qy. brother of Charles Joseph Douglas,
ex-captain in the Scotch Guard, one of the alleged
Orleanist instigators of the mob march to Versailles.
Duffield, Anne, 46, Conceptionist nun.
Easter, John, artisan, wife Mary, and two daughters. At
Luxembourg, Nov. 1793.
Edgeworth. See Firmont.
Edwards, Elizabeth, 43, Conceptionist nun.
Elven, Robert, servant to Captain Athol Wood. Brought
from St. Malo to the Luxembourg, June 16, 1794.
Fermor, Frances Mary Agnes, 71, Austin nun. Died
March 9, 1794. Niece of Arabella Termor, heroine
of Pope's "Rape of the Lock."
Finchet, Helena Mary Monica, 29, Austin nun. Niece
of the chaplain. Hurst. Superior from 1828 to 1840.
Firmont, Elizabeth, sister to the Abbé Edgeworth. At
Austin convent, Feb. 23, 1794, to Sept. 26, 1794.
Still living in Paris in 1799. See p. 156.
Finith (Frith ?), Margaret. At Luxembourg and Conceptionist
convent. Oct. 15, 1793.
widow married George IV.
Fitzpatrick, Richard, Irish student. At Luxembourg.
Liberated March 4, 1795.
Foster, John, gamekeeper to the Due de Biron, his wife
Mary Burnet, and his two daughters. At Luxembourg,
July 21, 1794.
Fox, General. Scotch adventurer, first employed in
France, next engaged in anti-Orange movement in
Holland, then in Brabant rising; returned to France
1790, and was one of Lafayette's agents. May 22,
1795. Probably arrested on account of his tardiness
in repressing the Jacobin insurrection of the 20th,
when the President of the Convention had appointed
him temporary general, and had bidden him meet
force with force. When Féraud's head was held up
to the President, the latter imagined at first that it
Framson, father and son. At Abbaye and Carmelites'.
Gall, Major, two daughters of. See p. 228.
Garnett, George. Liberated Sept. 29, 1794.
Gee, Anne Joseph, Benedictine nun. Died 1816.
Gee, Mary Placida, Benedictine nun.
Gem, Dr. Richiard, At Luxembourg and Scotch college.
Oct. 13, 1793. See p. 29
Glynn, Magdalen, Benedictine postulant. Died 1811.
Godard ——. (Qy. one of the captors of the Bastille.) At
Luxembourg and Scotch college. Oct. 13, 1793.
Godson, George, officer in 17th cavalry. At Abbaye,
Oct. 16, 1793; liberated 1794.
Godson, James. At La Force and Luxembourg, Oct. 24,
1793, to Feb. 10, 1795.
Gordon, John, negro servant. Captured at Toulon. At
Luxembourg, Jan. 9, 1794.
Graham, Admiral Mitchell. Son of Sir Reginald Graham,
Bart., aide-de-camp to Duke of Marlborough. Appointed
to naval captaincy, 1760. On becoming
senior captain without ever having had any command,
he was superannuated as admiral. Embarrassed
circumstances made him retire to Paris with his
second wife (Maria Rebecca Bowater) and their two
children, John Bellingham, afterwards captain in the
Marines, and Maria. At Luxembourg and Scotch
college. Died at Dreneux Infirmary, March 7,
Graham, William, doctor, prisoner at Toulon. At Luxembourg,
Jan. 9, 1794.
Grant, Thomas, naval ensign. At Luxembourg, Jan. 9,
Grattan, Pierre, magistrate at Castel Sarrazin. Tried for
dealings with the enemy, Oct. 13, 1794, and
Green, Elizabeth, 59, superior of Conceptionist convent.
Oct. 13, 1793, to Feb. 27, 1795.
Greenal, Elizabeth, 52, teacher. Liberated Feb. 27,
Greenay, Esther, 34, Benedictine nun. Oct. 13, 1793, to
Feb. 27, 1795. Died 1807.
Grenville, Colonel Richard. At Abbaye and Luxembourg,
Sept. 22, 1793, to Feb. 11, 1795. See p.
Hagan, Theresa, Conceptionist nun. Died 1816.
Hailes, Frances, 33, Austin lay sister.
Hall, Theodore, 26, tradesman at Sens; born at Seury,
Yonne; son of Thomas Hall. Guillotined along with
Princess Elizabeth, May 9, 1794.
Hall, Thomas, father of above. Died before trial, Jan. 31,
Hall, ——, 14. Liberated July 21, 1795.
Haly, John. Liberated Feb. 17, 1795.
Hamilton, John, navy captain, native of Dublin. Sentenced,
June 28, 1792, to eight years' imprisonment.
Taken to Rochefort, Oct. 1, 1793.
Harris, ——, Benedictine. At Luxembourg. Liberated
Dec. 10, 1764.
Hartwidge, Elizabeth, 37, Benedictine nun. Died 1823.Harwood, Samuel, 42. At Luxembourg and Scotch
college, Nov. 19, 1793, to Nov. 24, 1795.
Hawkins, William, landed at Calais from London. At
Luxembourg, Jan. 6, 1794, to Jan. 25, 1794.
Hickson, Nicholas, Scotch, teacher of languages. At
Scotch college and Luxembourg, Oct. 20, 1793, to
Nov. 28, 1793.
Hill, William, groom. At Scotch college, Dec. 4, 1793,
to Dec. 19, 1794.
Hinde, ——. At Madelonnettes, Luxembourg, and Scotch
college. Oct. 19, 1793.
Howard. See Stafford.
Hunt, Edward, 33, servant. Oct. 12, 1793,
to Sept. 25, 1794.
Hurst, William, 56, chaplain to Austin convent. At St.
Pélagie and Luxembourg, Oct. 13, 1793, to Oct. 30,
Innes, Alexander, 43, superior of Scotch college. At
St. Pélagie, Luxembourg, and Scotch college, Oct.
13, 1793, to Jan. 10, 1795.
James, John, 29. June 4, 1794, to Oct. 12, 1794.
James, Henry, 40, doctor, Nantes. Tried Sept. 14, 1794,
with the other Nantes prisoners, and acquitted.
Jeffries, Molly, governess. At Austin convent, Jan. 26,
1794, to Feb. 27, 1795.
Jennings. See Kilmaine.
Jennings, Jacques, priest. At Luxembourg. Liberated
Dec. 10, 1794.
Johnson, Anne, 41, superior of
Jones, Hugh, lodging-house keeper. At La Force and Benedictines',
Oct. 11, 1793, to Dec. 8,
1794. See p. 50.
Joyce, Frances Charlotte, 14, and two sisters. At Austin
convent. Port Royal, and Luxembourg, Oct. 11,
1793, to Dec. 8, 1794.
Kellett, Robert Augustine, 61, Benedictine monk. At
Luxembourg, Oct. 11, 1793, to Dec. 13, 1794.
Kilmaine, General Charles Edward Paul Jennings, born
at Dublin 1751, entered French service 1774, died at Paris 1799.
Liberated Aug. 8, 1795.
Kowles, his wife and daughter. Jan. 11, 1794.
Lack, Anne, servant to Duc de Biron. At Luxembourg,
July 21, 1794, to Nov, 19, 1794.
Laing. See Delany.
Lambert, Sir John Francis, Bart, 63, banker. At St.
Pélagie, Nov. 3, 1793. Liberated, rearrested, and
liberated. Said to have made a large sum by speculations
in the English funds, having had through
Madame de Pompadour early intelligence of the treaty
of 1763. Died in England 1799. Compensation
awarded in 1820 to his widow, Sophia Niepe, a
Swiss (she married again, 1805), and to his sons'
Lamplow, Richard, sergeant. Captured at Toulon with
Lang, Francis George, 14, jockey. Arrested for uttering
counterfeit notes, April 22, 1795.
Latham, Sarah Mary, 24, lay sister. At Austin convent.
Lancaster, Frances Louisa, 61, superior of the Austin
nuns from 1765 to 1808.
Leberton, Andrew James Hyacinth, Irish. At Benedictines'.
Lepine, James, 27, teacher of languages, native of London.
At La Force and Luxembourg, October 11, 1793, to Jan. 1, 1794.
Lepretre, Jane Charlotte Floyd, 57, widow, and two
daughters, 23 and 21, Jan. 12, 1794, to Oct. 11, 1794.
Lewis, Mary, 68, Conceptionist nun. Died 1794.
Lloyd, Mary, 77, Conceptionist nun.
Lonergan, Anne Theresa, 28, Conceptionist nun.
Long. See Blanchet.
Lutton, potter. At Carmelites', April 1, 1794, to Aug.
Luttrell, Temple, M.P. for Milborne Port, 1776, son of
Lord Carhampton; married daughter of Sir Henry
Gould, Justice of the Common Pleas. Arrested at
Boulogne, Sept. 18, 1793. At Abbaye and Luxembourg,
Oct. 24, 1793, to Feb. 14, 1795. Died at
Paris, Jan. 14, 1803. See pp. 148, 299.
Lynch, Nicholas, Irish priest. At Luxembourg and
Scotch college. Oct. 16, 1793.
Lyster, Richard, 25, servant. At St. Lazare and Luxembourg,
April 24, 1794, to Jan. 27, 1795.
Lyster, Robert, 26. At Luxembourg and Irish college,
Oct. 17, 1793, to Dec. 22, 1793.
Lyster, William Robert, 33, manufacturer at Paris. At
St. Lazare and Luxembourg, April 24, 1794,
Macadré (Macarthy?), Louis George Martin, 28, of
Soissons, inspector of military relays. Aug. 2, 1794,
to Oct. 11, 1794. Had been imprisoned at Amiens,
Macdermott, Thomas, 42, Irish priest. Jan. 19, 1793, to
Oct. 13, 1793. Opened a school at St. Germain,
Jerome Bonaparte being one of his pupils.
Macdonald, Charles Edward Frederick Henry, 49, sub-lieutenant
in Ogilvie's regiment.
12, 1794. See p. 181.
Macdonald, Eliza, 36, Benedictine nun.
M'Glahan, ——. At Luxembourg and Scotch college,
Oct. 20, 1793, to Oct. 27, 1793.
M'Nab, Edward, farmer, ex-ensign in Royal Scotch.
Liberated Oct. 15, 1794.
Macswiney, Catherine Elizabeth, 48. At Port Royal,
Dec. 7, 1793, to Oct. 11, 1794.
Maddock, Mary. At Luxembourg and Conceptionist
convent, Oct. 16, 1793, to Oct. 28, 1793.
Madgett, Nicholas, 36, Irish priest. Arrested as a spy,
having landed with a passport in the name of
William Hurst, May 24, 1794 to Nov. 24, 1795.
See p. 230.
Malone, James, 25, Irish, servant to General Ward, at
Carmelites'. Guillotined June 23, 1794. See p.
Mandeville, ——, Irish. Arrested at Avesnes, Oct. 1793,
because styled marquis, and sent to Paris. Qy. the
Mandeville, captain in Dillon's regiment, 1789.
Martin, Mary Anne. Liberated Feb. 22, 1794.
Martin, William, 28, rentier. (Qy. advocate of uni-
versal weights and measures.) At Luxembourg, Oct.
1, 1793, to Nov. 2, 1794.
Matthews, John, secret negotiator, making journeys between
London and Paris in 1793. Declared a
prisoner at his hotel, Sept. 6, 1793.
May, Nicholas, printer. Jan. 4, 1794.
Meek, Emily, 59, servant. Oct. 11, 1793, to Dec. 10,
Miglia, Seraphine Penry, widow. At Carmelites', Feb.
4, 1794, to Nov. 5, 1794. Styled "Mrs. Myler,"
by Grace Elliot, who has apparently appropriated
and embellished her prison experiences. See p.
147. A Count Miglia was shot by the French at
Minns, James, 47, Benedictine. At Benedictines' and
Scotch college. Oct. 11, 1793.
Minns, Jane Elizabeth Anne Frances, 48, Conceptionist
nun. Died Nov. 1794.
Moore, John James. (Qy. author of "Sailors' Vocabulary."
At Luxembourg and Irish college, Oct, 10,
Moore, Sarah. At Luxembourg and Austin convent.
Mosse, Francis. At Luxembourg and Scotch college,
Oct. 16, 1793.
Mosse, Isaac, 29, factory-worker. At Luxembourg, Scotch,
and Carmelites', Oct. 16, 1793, to Oct. 22, 1794.
Mowatt, Harold, 25. At Scotch college and Luxembourg.
Mullony, Jacques, tradesman. Had escaped from the
galleys. Arrested for forging assignats, July 9,
Murdoch, James, 29, wigmaker; native of Edinburgh;
formerly valet to Prince Poniatowski. Guillotined
June 6, 1794. See p. 180.
Murphy, Marie Louise, widow of Lenormant. At St.
Pélagie and Benedictine convent, Feb. 16, 1794.
See p. 147.
Naylor, Joseph Placidus, 69, chaplain to Benedictine
nuns. At Scotch college, Conceptionist convent,
and Luxembourg. Liberated Nov. 22, 1794. Corre-
sponded with Lord Rawdon, Lord Moira, and Samuel
Wesley the composer (son of Charles Wesley)
Newton, William, 32, ex-captain of dragoons. At
Luxembourg, Oct. 12, 1793. Guillotined June 6,
1794. See p. 179.
Nichols, Augustus. At Plessis, April 2, 1795.
O'Brennan, Pierre, 55, priest, native of Compiègne.
Guillotined July 23, 1794. See p. 182.
O'Byrne, priest, Versailles. At Luxembourg, Oct. 6,
1793, to Oct. 6, 1794.
O'Connor, James, 27, Irish student. At Benedictines'
and Luxembourg, May 11, 1793, to Dec. 12, 1793.
O'Hoole, ——, Irish. Arrested for "incivisme" and incendiary
O'Keefe, Eliza. At Austin convent. Liberated Feb. 22,
O'Kennedy, wife of Charron. At Plessis. Liberated
Oct. 18, 1794.
Oliveira, Catherine Kearney, widow of, 49. Liberated
Jan. 27, 1794.
O'Moran, General Jacques Ferdinand, 59. Arrested at
Arras, Aug. 1793; brought to La Force, Paris,
Jan. 6, 1794; guillotined March 6, 1794. See
O'Neil, Richard. At Luxembourg, July 10, 1794, to
Aug. 18, 1794.
Orrell, Elizabeth Anne, 38, Austin nun.
Packman, Thomas, 17, groom, Scotch. At Luxembourg,
Nov. 19, 1793.
Paine, Thomas, deputy. Arrested as a measure of general
safety. At Luxembourg, Jan. 1, 1794; at Hotel
des Fermes, with the other Girondin deputies, Aug.
20, 1794; liberated Nov. 3, 1794. See p. 87.
Parish, Sarah. At Luxembourg, Oct. 10, 1793. Parker, Dorothy, 54, Conceptionist nun. Died Dec. 1798.
Parker, George. At Luxembourg and Irish college, Oct.
Parker, Henry, 40, Benedictine. At Benedictines' and
Luxembourg, Oct. 11, 1793, to Dec. 10, 1794.
Parkinson, Mary Louisa, 24, Benedictine nun. Died 1794.
Parkinson, Mary Gertrude, Benedictine nun. Died 1799.
Parr, Thomas and William, brothers. At Luxembourg.
Pattinson, Jane Anne, 27, Austin nun.
Perkins, Mary Bellamy, 43. Liberated Oct. 13, 1794.
Perry, Sampson, 44, author. At Scotch college and
Luxembourg. See p. 151.
Picotte (Pigott?), John. At Madelonnettes, Irish college,
and Luxembourg. Liberated Sept. 24, 1794. See
Pitt, Benjamin. At Abbaye and Luxembourg, Sept. 8,
1793, to Feb. 14, 1795. See p. 150.
Pitt, Elizabeth Atlay, wife of. At Abbaye and Luxembourg,
Oct. 24, 1793, to Feb. 17, 1795.
Pitt, Elizabeth, a nun. Arrested at Amiens, Oct. 4, 1793;
liberated June 5, 1795. See p. 149.
Plunkett. See Châtellux.
Pope, Francis. Arrested for insulting a deputy. At
Carmelites', June 26, 1794, to Sept. 16, 1794.
Prout, Pierre Serey, 32, boatman.
Puller, William, 32, groom. At Luxembourg, Oct. 1,
1793, to Feb. 6, 1795.
Quarterman, Joseph, Irish. Oct. 18, 1793; expelled
from France, Oct. 24, 1794.
Quintin, John James, 17, baker. Arrested for theft of
notes, April 22, 1794; conducted to Brest, Feb.
Rice, John, 32, Irish, sub-dean at English seminary.
At Carmelites', July 13, 1793, to Jan 10, 1794.
Richards, ——. Liberated Feb. 4, 1795.Rivarol, Louise Mather Flint, wife of the royalist
pamphleteer. Arrested as wife of emigré. At
Luxembourg, Austin convent, and Port Royal, April
22, 1794, to July 23, 1794. Her father was a
teacher of languages. She died 1821.
Rive (Reeve?), John. At Luxembourg.
Roden, Patrick, 28, weaver, Irishman; deserter from the
English army. Guillotined June 6, 1794. See
Sackville, Mary Clementine, 83, Conceptionist nun.
St. Leger, Edmund, 41, doctor. Irishman. Tried Jan. 8,
1794, and acquitted. Was one of the three commissioners
of inquiry sent to St. Domingo in Aug. 1791;
returned June 1792.
Shaw, Joseph Francis. At St. Lazare and Luxembourg.
Shelley, Dorothy, 54, Austin nun.
Simpson, Elizabeth, 52, Conceptionist nun.
Slater, Edward, 36. One of the petitioners against the
muster of 20,000 National Guards near Paris, but
with a number of others retracted his signature, June
19, 1792. Liberated Oct. 13, 1794.
Sloper, ——, National Guard in the Sarthe. At Madelonnettes.
Liberated Oct. 25, 1794.
Smith, ——, Caday, widow of. At Plessis. Liberated
Nov. 16, 1794.
Smith, Elizabeth, wife of Cornet, 22. At St. Pélagie,
Oct. 10, 1793, to Oct. 17, 1794.
Smith, Elizabeth, wife of Jarnac; Irish. At Carmelites',
Feb. 4, 1793.
Smith, Margaret, wife of Thevenot, 49. At Luxembourg
and Austin convent, Oct. 15, 1793, to Oct. 25,
Smith, Peter, 31, baker. At Port Royal and Carmelites'.
Liberated Aug. 27, 1794.
Spack, Thomas, formerly partner with Knowles in the
Hotel Britannique. At Conciergerie, March 12, 1794.
Spicer, Catherine, 59, Austin lay sister.
Stafford Howard, Anastasia, 72, Conceptionist nun. Qy.
Lady Anastasia Stafford Howard (only surviving
child of William, Earl of Stafford), who died at Paris
1807, aged 84.
Stafford, Anne Mary, 68, Conceptionist nun.
Stanley, Thomas Francis, 59, watchmaker. Member of
the Luxembourg section, alleged to have appropriated
articles belonging to persons arrested by him. At
Carmelites'. Liberated April 3, 1794; rearrested,
transferred to Plessis, March 20, 1795.
Stapleton, Elizabeth, 51, Austin nun.
Stevens, Henry, author. At Abbaye, Carmelites', and
Luxembourg, Oct. 10, 1793, to Jan. 27, 1795. See
Stock, Elizabeth Winifred, 72, Conceptionist nun.
Stockton, Mary, 40, Austin nun.
Stone, John Hurford. At Luxembourg, Oct. 13, 1793, to
Oct. 30, 1793. Rearrested with his wife at St. Lazare,
April 24, 1794, and released next day. See p. 65.
Stonor, Mary Eugenia, 25, Austin nun. Superior 1820–
28. Died 1848.
Strickland, John, 70. At Benedictines' and Luxembourg,
Oct. 11, 1793, to Feb. 3, 1795.
Stuart, Catherine, ex-Carmelite. At Austin convent, Feb.
23, 1794, to Nov. 28, 1795.
Stuart, Elizabeth, chambermaid. At Carmelites', Feb. 4,
1794, to Aug. 27, 1794.
Stuart, Mary Eugenia, Benedictine nun.
Sutton, Sarah, seamstress. At Plessis. Liberated Oct.
Swale, Thomas, Scotch (?). At Luxembourg, Nov. 19,
1793, to Dec. 14, 1794. See p. 299.
Taylor, ——, and wife. Liberated Feb. 17 and 22, 1794.
Qy. brother-in-law of Paul Jones. See p. 49.
Thellusson, John Isaac, 29, Peter, 27, and Paul Louis, 36,
bankers. Probably nephews of the Peter Isaac
Thellusson of London, famous for his strange will
Thicknesse, Elizabeth, 42, Conceptionist nun.
Thilly, Matthew James. At Luxembourg, Port Royal, and
Plessis. Dec. 19, 1794.
Tompson, Agnes, 40, Austin lay sister.
Tone, Matthew, brother of Theobald Wolfe Tone. Landed
at Dunkirk, Aug. 1794, intending to join French
army. Imprisoned as a spy till May 1795, then
went to America.
Feb. 15, 1795.
Travis, Richard, 62. At Benedictines' and Luxembourg,
Oct. 11, 1793.
Trent, Mary, 72, and her niece Alice, 15, who gave herself
up in order to wait on her aunt. At Conceptionist
and Austin convents, Oct. 13, 1793.
Turner, John, 28, Benedictine. At St. Pélagie, Benedictines',
and Luxembourg, Sept. 16, 1793, to March
Twadell, Robert, 25 (qy. Rev. Robert Tweddell, brother
of archaeologist), at Madelonnettes, Luxembourg, and
Scotch college. Liberated Jan. 18, 1795.
Vaughan, Benjamin, M.P., arrested by order of Committee
of General Safety. At Carmelites', June 2 to 30,
1794. See p. 93.
Walker, ——. Arrested for insurrection of Vendémiaire
(Oct. 1795); two days in prison. Probably the
Protestant gentleman who at the beginning of the
Revolution warmly pleaded for the British Catholic
communities, and contributed to their being (temporarily)
left undisturbed. See the Abbé Edgeworth's
Walpole, ——, Bataille, wife of. Liberated Sept. 12,
Walpole, Lady. At Carmelites', May 22, 1794. (Qy. Mrs.
Atkyns. See p. 125.)
Walsh, Comtesse Isidore Félicité Lottin, 29. At St.
Pélagie and Austin convent, March 9, 1794.
Walsh, John Baptist, superior of Irish college. Arrested
in March 1792 on an unfounded charge of passing a
forged note. Released with apologies after several
hours' detention with criminals.
Walsh, William, Irish medical student. At St. Pélagie,
Oct. 11, 1793, to Dec. 15, 1793.
Ward, General Thomas, 45. Arrested as a foreigner,
Oct. 10, 1793. At Abbaye and Carmelites'. Guillotined
July 23, 1794. See p. 176.
Wardell, William, 23, tradesman. At Luxembourg and
Scotch college, Oct. 28, 1793, to Nov. 2 1794.
White, Christopher, 20, manufacturer. In several prisons,
Oct. 11, 1793, to Nov. 18, 1794.
White, Anne Gray, wife of, 43, Mary Anne, 16, and
Elizabeth, 14. At Austin convent and Luxembourg,
Oct. 11, 1793 to Nov. 18, 1794.
Whiteside, Margaret Agatha, 27, Conceptionist nun.
Whittingham, Mary, 43, Austin nun.
Wild, William, 37, groom. At Luxembourg, Irish college,
and Benedictines'. Liberated Feb. 6, 1795.
Wildsmith, Elizabeth Madeline, 73, Conceptionist nun.
Williams, Helen, 50, and her daughters. Perils (Persis?),
Helen Maria, and Cecilia. At Luxembourg, Oct. 11,
1793; at Conceptionist convent, Oct. 26, 1793.
See p. 68.
Wilton, Anne and Henrietta, seamstresses, formerly servants.
At Luxembourg and Conceptionist convent,
Oct. 11, 1793, to Oct. 4, 1794.
Winnifrith, Dinah. At Luxembourg and Conceptionist
convent, Oct. 11, 1793.
Wolf, Francis. At Luxembourg and Irish college, Oct.
Wood, James Athol, navy lieutenant, captain of the
ship for exchanging prisoners. Brought from St.
Malo, June 15, 1794. In October 1794 he petitioned
the Convention, representing that in March
1794, on reaching St. Malo with 200 French prisoners
from the West Indies, Deputy Lecarpentier arrested
him and his crew. They were three days without
food, and five months in a cell. Wood appeared
before the Committee of Public Safety, but Robespierre
sent him to Hermann, who consigned him to
the Abbaye. The Convention asked the Committee
for an immediate report on the reasons of Wood's
detention. Result was probably his release. Wood
became an admiral, and was knighted. Died 1829.
Woolrich, Anne, 54, Conceptionist lay sister. Died
Dec. 1794, in Austin convent.
Worsley, Scolastica Joseph, Benedictine nun. Died 1821.Williams, Thomas. At Luxembourg and Irish college,
Oct. 10, 1793, to Nov. 17, 1793.
In the Provinces.
Aylmer, Balthazar Andrew, 64, ex-captain in Berwick's
regiment. Arrested at Boulogne, Sept. 5, 1793;
released Sept. 18, 1793.
Badger, Louis, 35, silk weaver. Shot at Lyons, Dec. 4,
1793. See p. 207.
Badger, Pierre, 27, silk weaver. Shot at Lyons, Nov. 28,
1793. See p. 207.
Bayer, Captain John, and ten sailors. Shipwrecked in
the cutter Felix, of Southampton, off Blainville
(Manche). Forged assignats in their possession.
Acquitted of intention to pass them, but to be detained
till exchanged. See p. 213.
Beckford, ——, and his valet, of Boulogne. Imprisoned
at Arras, April 1793, because Beckford had put the
valet into a green livery, "a symbol of feudalism."
Bertram, Elizabeth, 52. One of the sisters of mercy at
Boulogne ousted from the hospital for refusing the
oath to the civil constitution of the clergy, and imprisoned.
Brunel, v. Kingdom.
Buckle, Andrew Francis, deserter from Walsh's regiment.
Shot at Rochefort, March 24, 1793. See p. 213.
Bulkeley, William, "Brigand of Vendée." Shot at Angers,
Jan. 2, 1794. See p. 211.
Carr, John Baptist, ex-canon, recusant priest. Guillotined
at Poitiers, March 18, 1794. See p. 213.
Campbell, Fanny, of Paris. Qy. Canoness of Denain.
Arrested as an émigrée in the Doubs, 1795 or 1796.
Collow, Thomas, merchant, Havre; Scotchman. Arrested
at Havre, 1793; died there, 1803. See p. 224.
Connelly, James, 39. One of the Irish recollets at
Boulay, Lorraine. Monastery closed Nov. 1793;
Connelly arrested as a recusant priest, sent to Rochefort
to be transported, but fell ill and died in
hospital, Aug. 4, 1794.
Dawber, John, Benedictine monk, Dieulouard. On his
release became tutor and chaplain to a French
viscount. Returned to England in 1802, and died
Dillon, Pierre, of Bouquenais (Loire Inférieure). Guillotined
at Nantes, April 2, 1794.
Eliot, Charles, of Rennes. Guillotined at Rennes, Oct.
28, 1793. See p. 213.
Elliott, Grace Dalrymple, daughter of —— Dalrymple,
divorced wife of Dr. (afterwards Sir) John Elliott.
Imprisoned at Versailles. Died at Ville d'Avray,
near Paris, 1823. See p. 146.
Farrel, Maurice, Benedictine monk, Dieulouard, 37. Died
Fitzroy, Lady. Prisoner at Quimper in 1794, but latterly
allowed to occupy a house in the neighbourhood,
guarded by a sentinel. Showed great kindness to
English prisoners of war. Liberated about 1796.
See Blackwood's Magazine, Dec. 1831.
Frisell, J. Fraser. Imprisoned at Dijon, 1793-94. See
Galmoy, Viscount (Piers Butler), 52, captain in Irish
Grenadiers. Arrested at Boulogne, Sept. 21, 1793.
Gem, Dr. Richard. Imprisoned at Versailles, 1793-94.
See p. 29.
Glynn, Martin, 66, recusant priest. Born in Ireland.
Guillotined at Bordeaux for evading the law of deportation,
July 19, 1794. See p. 213.
Goff, John Joseph, of Quimper. Guillotined as a deserter,
at Auxonne, June 15, 1794. See p. 213.
Gordon, Margaret Rose, 61, nun, of Bollène (Vancluse),
native of Montdragon. Guillotined at Orange,
July 16, 1794. See p. 213.
Griffiths, Jane Grey, 36, widow, of Hallines. Guillotined
at Arras. See p. 211.
Hickey, Gregory, 58, ex-lieutenant in Berwick's regiment.
Arrested at Chantilly, Jan. 23, 1794.
Joseph, Joachim, sailor. Prisoner of war, convicted of
passing forged assignats at St. Brieux. Sentenced to
fifteen years' imprisonment. See p. 213.
Arrested Oct. 11, 1793.
King, Daniel, 36, shipowner, Dunkirk. At Tobago in
1781, became a French citizen in 1785, but arrested
as a foreigner, Oct. 18, 1793, and imprisoned at
Arras and Amiens. See p. 224
Kingdom, Sophia, 17, afterwards Lady Brunel. At
Rouen. Liberated 1794. See p. 215.
Knowles, Mrs., innkeeper, Boulogne. Eighteen months
a prisoner, with Parker (son-in-law?). Servant-maid
and granddaughter in charge of house.
Lesueur, Marie, of Jersey. Arrested at Flamainville
(Manche) with 1700 francs in her possession intended
for émigrés. On business visits to France remittances
for refugee priests were entrusted to her. Convicted at Cherbourg of exporting specie, sentenced
to six months' imprisonment, and then detained till
May 12, 1795. See p. 213.
Martin, Joseph, sailor. Same charge and sentence as
Montagu, Lord and Lady. Qy. the soi-disant Viscount
Montague who died 1797. Arrested at Boulogne,
O'Donnel, Jacques Bruno, Jacobite refugee, living near
Blois. Imprisoned and property confiscated.
O'Meara, General, 40, of Irish extraction. Arrested at
Dunkirk as an Irishman and an aristocrat, July 25,
1793. Defended Dunkirk against the Duke of York,
O'Moran, Eleanor, widow of General O'Moran. Arrested
at Amiens, May 14, 1794.
O'Sullivan, Charles, 28. Guillotined at Angers, Dec. 31,
1793. See p. 208.
Paterson, Mrs., wife of Col. Daniel Paterson, governor of
Quebec. At Boulogne, Oct. 1793.
Plunkett, Elizabeth, of Aire. Guillotined at Arras. See
Potter, Christopher. Arrested at Chantilly, Sept. 10,
1793, but released same day. See p. 222.
Rodney, Lady (widow of Admiral) and daughters. At
Fontainebleau. Returned to England, 1796.
Smith, Philippe, blacksmith. Guillotined at Mulhouse,
Dec. 23, 1793.
Smyth (Walter?). Had lived twelve years at Nancy.
Arrested in April 1793 for complicity in an alleged
plot with persons mostly unknown to him. (Qy.
Smythe of Bambridge, brother of Mrs. Fitzherbert.
See p. 228.)
Stapleton, Dr. Gregory, Poynter, Dr. William, and
Plowden, Charles, of Douai college. Prisoners at
Doullens. See p. 217.
Style, Lady. At Abbeville. See p. 276.
Thicknesse, Anne. At Abbeville. See p. 214.
Tuffnell, Mrs. (of Langleys, Essex?). At Abbeville.
Thomson, Charlotte, 40, native of Vienne, wife of François
Laisin, émigré. Interrogated and property sequestrated,
April 6, 1794. See p. 214.
Thomson, William, 39, native of Bordeaux. Charged
with dealings with the enemy; declared the letters
to have been written by his partner, Wittford, a
Swede. Acquitted Feb. 26, 1794.
Wallop, Hon. H., son of Earl of Portsmouth. Died at
Calais, Nov. 28, 1794.
Warburton, Capt. Samuel, 58, native of London. Shot
at Lyons, Dec. 22, 1793. See p. 207.
Watson, Peter, 28, Dunkirk. In partnership with Daniel
King. See p. 224.
- These dates apply to all the other nuns also.