School Teachers of Early Maryland
SC 5300
by Robert Barnes

Baudit, Gansault, (or Gounsault, Baudillet, or poss. Gonsault Bauduit) (MSA SC5300-27), advertised that he kept a dancing school at the house of Samuel Johnson. He also offered his service as a violinist at balls and entertainments (AMG 12 Oct 1758). He advertised in Nov 1758 that his dancing school was at the house belonging to Mr. Chapman, near Mr. Bullen's in Annapolis. On Tuesdays and Wednesdays he would teach at the at the house of Mrs. Wright, widow of Benjamin Wright, over Severn (AMG 12 Oct 1758, 2 Nov 1758).

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