About Frances Sainthill
Inherited 1000 pounds from Arthur Kynnesman, cleric of Bury St Edmunds, friend of her grandfather Peter Sainthill.
From: British Private Statutes 1707-1800
"John Wilmot Esquire, of the Parish of Saint George the Martyr, Bachelor, and Fanny Sainthill, of this Parish, a Minor, were married in this Church by Licence, by and with the Consent of Jemima Sainthill Widow, the natural and lawful Mother of the said Minor, this Twentieth Day of April, in the Year 1776"
1792 (32 Geo. 3) c. 15P John Wilmot's divorce from Fanny Sainthill, and other provisions
From: House of Lords Journal volume 39, http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=116914
"Then Mr. Henry Stevens was called in, and being sworn, produced the original Definitive Sentence of Divorce of the Arches Court of Canterbury, dated the 15th of February 1792, against Fanny Wilmot, Wife of the said John Wilmot, for Adultery committed by her with Edward Washborne."
See also the full details in: http://books.google.co.uk/books?id=NxtDAAAAcAAJ&pg=PA320&lpg=PA320&dq=Fanny+sainthill&source=bl&ots=r4c5GTdji1&sig=noc5jSyYyKGEkcO9V2qkQreLeUo&hl=en&sa=X&ei=W1RwUeuyG8PItQbDr4HQAg&ved=0CDUQ6AEwAQ#v=onepage&q=Fanny%20sainthill&f=false
Further insights can be found in: http://books.google.co.uk/books?id=v_y4BEZUmOIC&pg=PA410&lpg=PA410&dq=Fanny+sainthill&source=bl&ots=MuIpoxWNxW&sig=LB4bsKKkvGlYfomzAVHm0JuWmEY&hl=en&sa=X&ei=W1RwUeuyG8PItQbDr4HQAg&ved=0CE8Q6AEwBw#v=onepage&q=Fanny%20sainthill&f=false
A fictionalized version, sympathetic to Fanny Sainthill, can be read in The Wolf and the Lamb, by Rosy Cole
Frances Sainthill's Timeline
Osmaston, Derbyshire, England
February 21, 1783