Reference numberMM/5/52
TitleLetter from Daniel Colwall, Tower Hill, London
Date18 April 1674
DescriptionLetter concerns an estate at a place called Hough, which Colwall assures his correspondent is 'most pleasant'.

With later addition in pencil describing Colwall as "Wealthy citizen of London directed much of his time and fortune to science and philanthropy. Original fellow of the Royal Society. Governor and Liberal Benefactor of the Christs Hospital"
Extent1 side
Access statusOpen
Fellows associated with this archive
NA8178Colwall; Daniel (- 1690); merchant and philanthropist - 1690
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