Person    | Male  Born 1725  Died 24/4/1785

Sam House

Sam House

Picture source: LondonRemembers.com

Publican of The Intrepid Fox in Wardour Street where he died. An ardent supporter of the politician, Charles Fox he named his pub after him.
A family tree website carries a transcription of "The Life of Sam House" published a short while after Sam's death in 1785. It's quite long so we've only scanned it but he appears to have been very active socially and politically, and an eccentric.

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Sam House

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Sam House

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