Daily entries from the 17th century London diary
"(d. 1663) Pepys colleague in the Exchequer; after 1660 managing clerk to Backwell the goldsmith-banker http://www.pepysdiary.com/encyclopedia/967/ Possibly a relative of Sir John Shaw, who was an associate of Backwell. He was awarded 1000l for special (i.e., secret) services in 1662. He was about 30 when he died."per L&M Companion
Note that his wife, Sarah, was reported as dead in the entry for the 4th of August 1660. He was at that time cited by L&M as Robert Shaw of Axe Yard. She was buried on 5 August 1660 in St Margaret's, Westminster.
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