1797 Nov 6 Gloucester Journal

Selling pointer dogs Mr. Charles Gwinnett of the City Arms Inn, 7 Bell Lane, Gloucester.  The address is now an office block and he is likely the Charles who was bankrupt but came good later.

1798 Aug 20 Gloucester Journal

For Sale 3/4 acre arable freehold land occupied by Henry Gwinnet situated Westfield adjoining turnpike road situate hamlet of Longford, parish of St. Catherine’s near city adjoining turnpike road Gloucester to Tewkesbury. No idea who he was supposedly the bloke who married Elizabeth Dadge who came from Sandhurst.

1816 June 14 Gloucester Journal

In the Matter of George Gwinnett, Esquire, deceased.

All Persons who stand indebted to the estate and effects of GEORGE GWINNETT (formerly CATCHMAYD), late of the city of Bristol, Esquire, deceased, are requested, within fourteen days from the date hereof, to pay the amount of their respective Debts to me the undersigned, at my office in College Green, otherwise they will be sued for the same without further delay.  THOMAS GARDNER.  Administrator, with the will annexed of the said deceased.  College Green, Gloucester, June 14, 1816.

1827 Apr 23 Glocester Herald

On Friday week at Green’s Hotel, Lincolns Inn Fields, London, from an attack of apoplexy, Theodore Gwinnett, esquire, of Cheltenham where, for the last 30 years, he had practised as an eminent solicitor.