I'm afraid that I can't help you with your question but I am interested in the Tresloves.I could not access your webpage "Freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~treslove.htm"
My gggggfrs Louis Bazalgette and Daniel Bergman were both associates of one of the Thomas Tresloves. Louis lent him money and he was an executor of Daniel's will.The notes from my chronology below give some details that I have been able to gather.Do you have any information about the linkages between the various Treloves, and know whare 'my' Thomas fits in, by any chance?
"1799: Fanny's father Daniel Bergman passes away.He was a tailor who lived and probably traded at 9 Charles Street, Grosvenor Square, a prestigious address.In his will he appoints Thomas Treslove, Robert Middleship and Joseph Addington to be his executors. [Thomas Treslove was probably a partner in Treslove, Pulsford & Son, listed in Kent’s directory 1794 as button sellers and haberdashers, 40 St Martins Lane, Charing X.There was also a Thomas Crosby Treslove, who was a lawyer, practising at Old Square, Lincoln’s Inn. Not sure if it is him but he could be the son of this one. He is mentioned in a document of proceedings taken after Daniel’s death. We have a Thomas Treslove will of 1790 which is partly illegible but which may yield some details when transcribed. This will mentions ‘his late partner Mr Henry Pulsford, as well as his nephew Thomas Treslove’ so is the will of the partner in Treslove, Pulsford & Son.However, we don’t yet know if this is our Thomas or not. It seems that in the admon to Daniel’s will published in 1840 it says that this Thomas Treslove died intestate. [PO 1808 has also Pulsford, W. M., Regimental Taylor, 4 King St, St James’ Sq]"