Edward Colsill lived at 37 New Bond Street which was a juvenile library and he was a wood and ivory turner.Sophia was the daughter of Thomas Sawyer of Tunbridge Wells. There is a lithograph of Edward in the National Portrait Gallery www.npg.org.uk
Edward's father also Edward who died in 1910 was a turner and toy maker of 34 Bond Street who had his warehouse at 37 Bond Street.In his will proved 3 Mar 1810 (PCC 1810 129 ) he left his wife Mary (nee Colshill?)the profit of two houses (one in Brook Street and the other in Maddox Street).
Sir Peter Edlin was granted a coat of arms which was the traditional coat of arms of the Edlin family (Emine, a fess vair, or and guiles) with a difference in chief taken from the Colshill Arms and the swans neck crest replaced by the Colshill Crest.I have been trying to trace the details of these differences and the associated pedigree but I am unwilling to pay the huge search fee demanded by the College of Arms.
I also have been unable to link him to the 16th and 17th century Edlins who were confirmed to have the original arms.