Biographies of the people in Boswell's life

One of the amazing things about Boswell's journals is the sheer amount of persons that he met and described. Some are still famous, some forgotten and some have never been known to the public outside of their own narrow circles. This is an evolving catalogue of those people. Until now, more than 90% of the persons encountered in Journal of my Jaunt, Boswell's London Journal and Boswell in Holland are included, and work is under way for the journal of his German and Swiss travels.
Andrew Erskine
Karl Friedrich Abel
Lord Adam Gordon
Alexander Donaldson
Andrew Douglas
Charles Asgill - 1st Baronet Asgill
Hugh Barron - Painter - Student of Sir Joshua Reynolds
John Blair of Dunskey
William Bosville
Alexander Boswell - Lord Auchinleck - Father of the great biographer James
John Brown - Estimate Brown
Bruce Campbell of Milrig, Mayfield and Hillhouse
Parravicini Mawhood
William Maxwell of Dalswinton
Penelope Carwardine
Samuel Chandler - Printer
Charles Churchill
John Claxton
Elizabeth Gould
William Cochrane - Judge Advocate of Scotland
George Colman the Elder
James Cornwallis
Thomas Coutts - Banker
Mrs. Cowper
John Craufurd
Patrick Craufurd of Drumsoy and Auchenames
David Dalrymple - Lord Hailes
Samuel Derrick - the king of Bath
James Dodsley - 18th century publisher and book seller
Robert Dodsley - book seller, author and playwright
Peggy Doig
John Donaldson - painter
Archibald James Edward Douglas - heir to Douglas
George Douglas
Charles Douglas - 3rd Duke of Queensberry
Duncan Stewart - 6th of Ardsheal
Joseph Ferguson - tutor to James Boswell and Vicar of Tundergarth Parish
Hugh Blair - Preacher - Professor of Rhetoric and Belles Lettres
William Flexney - publisher
William Eden - 1st Baron Auckland
Elizabeth Parker
Archibald Erskine - 7th Earl of Kellie
Henry Erskine - 5th Baronet of Alva
James Erskine
Thomas Alexander Erskine - 6th Earl of Kellie
George Talbot Hatley Foote
James Fordyce - author of Sermons to Young Women
Frances Erskine
David Garrick - Actor-manager of Drury Lane Theatre
George Dempster - MP for Dunnichen and agricultural reformer