Admissions to the Freedom of York
Interregnum & Commonwealth (1649-60)

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Institute of Historical Research

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Francis Collins (editor)

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1900

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108-123

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'Admissions to the Freedom of York: Interregnum & Commonwealth (1649-60)', Register of the Freemen of the City of York: Vol. 2: 1559-1759 (1900), pp. 108-123. URL: http://british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=48283 Date accessed: 28 August 2014.


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Interregnum & Commonwealth (1649-60)

A.D. MDCXLIX, WILL. TAYLOR, MAJORE. GEO. LAMPLOUGH, MERCAT., GEO. HORNER, MERCER, EDW. LUND, DRAP., WILL. CALVERT, HOSIER, RIC. BOOTH, HABERDASHER, JOH. WRIGHT, MILLONER, ABR. FABER, CHANDLER, WILL. LEE, MILNER, CAMERARIIS

Mathew Elwald, merchant

George Gregorie, per redemp.

William Brigges, carpenter

John Hutton, cordiner

John Hutton, ship carpenter

Richard Bawtry, clothdresser

Tymothy Wright, merchant

John Place, merchant

Thomas Linton, taylor

Mathew Stead, frelaborer

William Watson, freelaborer

William Jackson, vintner

William Thomson, taylor

William Holling, feltmaker

John Williamson, baker

Thomas Skipwith, haberdasher

William Belwood, spurrier

Thomas Bealbie, blacksmith

John Edwards, per redemp.

Samuell Scholey, cowper

Henry Makereth, bricklaier

William Yorke, cordiner

Robert Topcliffe, scissorsmith

Richard Linsley, glover

Samuell Driffeild, taylor

John Walker, marchant

Lancelott Franckland, dyer

George Pickering, mercer

William Heather, mercer

Phineas Browne, mercer

Andrew Taylor, merchant

Richard Wilson, dyer

Marke Batchelor, pinner

John Day, baker

Isack Bathorne, porter, for life

Thomas Hembrough, taylor

George Milhouse, milner

Thomas Walton, tanner

Tho. Foster, laborer, per redemp.

Stephen Beamond, draper

John Fuddell, taylor

William Smyth, baker

Richard Kilvington, merchant

William Williamson, trunckmaker

John Raper, free laborer

Thomas Benson, merchant

Thomas Bawtry, merchant

Will. Squire, lynnenweaver, per red.

Per Patres

Abell Seamer, watchmaker, fil. William Seamer, watchmaker

Josephus Seamer, watchmaker, fil. William Seamer, watchmaker

Johannes Richardson, laborer, fil. Henry Richardson, glover

Paulus Spencer, baker, fil. Johannis Spencer, baker

Willelmus Spence, cordiner, fil. Milonis Spence, cordiner

Peter Browne, baker, fil. Radulphi Browne, baker

Edwardus Parker, fil. Radulphi Parker, mercer

Abrahamus Smith, baker, fil. Ricardi Smith, brasier

Edwardus Calvert, haberdasher, fil. Edwardi Calvert, gent.

Johannes Barnard, fil. Seath Barnard, taylor

Johannes Barrowby, dyer, fil. Johannis Barrowby

Radulphus Bilton, marchant, fil. Henry Bilton, marchant

Pheneas Blanchard, fil. Rogeri Blanchard, vintner

Willelmus Blanchard, fil. Rogeri Blanchard, vintner

David Howsman, silkweaver, fil. Hen. Howsman, fishmonger

Johannes Burascale, lyningweaver, fil. Jacobi Burrascale

Robertus Foster, milner, fil. Roberti Foster, milner

Leonard Haxupp, taylor, fil. Jacobi Haxupp, butcher

Michaellus (sic) Staveley, pewtherer, fil. Thomæ Staveley

Thomas Foster, sadler, fil. Willelmi Foster, inholder

Thomas Maskew, cordiner, fil. Willelmi Maskew

Edwardus Kempe, fil. Willelmi Kempe, haberdasher

Leonardus Robinson, tanner, fil. Radulphi Robinson

Robertus Rawdon, pinner, fil. Jacobi Rawdon, inholder

William Carlton, merchant, fil. Thomæ Carlton, haberdasher

Bartholomew Bainester, fil. Phelix Bainester, merchant

THOSE WHO ARE MADE FREE IN THE MAIORALTIE OF THE HONBLE. JAMES BROOKE, MAIOR OF THE CITTY OF YORK, &c. CHAMBERLAINES OF THE SAME CITTY FROM THE FEAST OF ST. MAURICE 1650 UNTILL THE SAID FEAST 1651:—

JAS. HUTCHINSON, HEN. THOMSON, MERCHANTS, WILL. ROBINSON, GEO. THISLETHWAITE, MERCERS, BARTH. ABBOTT, DRAP., HEN. STUBBS, TAYL., XPOF. COATES, INHOLDER, RIC. COLTMAN, CUTLER, CHAMBERLAINS

John Mickilfeild, baker

James Marshall, taylor

John Marston, bridlemaker

Robert Beeforth, locksmith

Michaell Browne, cordiner

William Smeaton, tanner

George Parker, taylor

Nicholas Dunwell, vintner

Edward Doncaster, lynnenweaver

Andrew Overon, carpenter

Thomas Johnson, cordwainer

Henry Hunter, bricklayer

Edward Carter, tanner

Thomas Thomson, cowper

Hen. Armistead, artizan skinner

Samuell Daniell, by redemption

Thomas Smith, tanner

Thomas Hamond, tanner

Robert Ward, blacksmith

James Coats, baker

Mathew Harrison, taylor

Robert Holdsworth, barber

John Hewitt, merchant

William Benson, armorer

Arthur Saunderson, taylor

John Dove, joyner

Leonard Hornsey, translator

William Johnson, by redemption

Francis Dawson, free laburer, for life

Richard Lenge, by redemption

Peter Sheelds, by redemption

John Hawkins, pinner

Thomas Wainde, merchant

Edward Brecks, by redemption

Owen Hewes, taylor, by redemption

John Waite, silkweaver

Those who claime Freedom by Patrimony

Richard Woodhouse, joyner, son of Thomas Woodhouse, joyner

Will. Cawood, lining weaver, son of Thomas Cawood, dyer

William Rawdon, son of James Rawdon, inholder

James Hunter, skinner, son of Henry Hunter, bricklayer

Marke Acklam, son of Thomas Acklam, sadler

Robert Raper, son of William Raper, draper

William Robinson, barber, son of William Robinson

Stephen Wharton, taylor, son of Henry Wharton

Richard Chapman, milner, son of John Chapman

Francis Empson, locksmith, son of John Empson, locksmith

George Heward, son of William Heward, vintner

George Crosbie, glasier, son of Marmaduke Crosby

Seath Scruton, barber, son of James Scruton, taylor

Henry Mungie, goldsmith, son of Xpofer Mungie

Robert Brittaine, artizen skinner, son of John Brittaine

Richard Busbie, son of Richard Busbie, haberdasher

George Greene, bricklayer, son of William Greene, bricklayer

Thomas Nevill, taylor, son of William Nevill, mercer

Henry Nevill, grocer, son of William Nevill, mercer

Mathew Francis, taylor, son of William Francis, taylor

John Cape, sonn of John Cape, carpenter

Samuell Nicholson, cordiner, son of Edward Nicholson, blacksmith

Thomas Whithill, bricklayer, son of Anthony Whithill

Xpofer Trotter, taylor, son of Thomas Trotter, painter

Peter Hall, locksmith, son of Edward Hall

Henry Wilkinson, sonn of Robert Wilkinson, inholder

A.D. MDCLI, WILL. METCALFE, LORD MAYOR, YORKE HORNER, MERCH., JOH. BURTON, DRAP., THO. RAPER, MILNER, EDW. CALVERT, HABERDASH., GEO. CROWTHER, SKINNER, ROG. CALEY, BAK., MATTH. COATES, GLOV., JOH. BEARS, TURNER, CHAMBERLAINS

James Sheelds, translator

Henry Curtis, imbroderer

Robert Addinell, painter

John Raper, taylor

Rog. Tindell, porter, by redemption

Richard Bancks, haberdasher

Thomas Squire, draper

Robert Straker, draper

John Richmond, by redemption

William Newbud, taylor

John Wood, baker

Edward Newby, by redemption

Barnaby Thompson, taylor

Peter Collison, cordwainer

William Burton, cordwainer

John Kettlewell, by redemption

Zacheus Cary, laborer, for life

Marmaduke Jefferson, taylor

Thomas Hornsey, milner

John Jackson, joyner

Mar. Lankister, by redemption

Thomas Bedforth, haberdasher

Martin Cooke, tanner

John Wyldman, lynen weaver

William Tippin, glover

Henry Wilson, joyner

Thomas Foster, shereman

James Place, taylor

James Boulton, cowper

William Kettlewell, taylor

Mathew Smith, baker

John Bice (?), by redemption

John Catlin, bricklayer, at Lord Fairefax request, gratis

William Hembrough, sadler

Thomas Waynd, butcher

Cuthbert Denkin, taylor

Zacharias Jepson, apothecary

Phillip Webster, cordwainer

Henry Kitchingman, cordwaner

John Rawson, by redemption

Xpofer Lund, mercer

James Ward, grocer

Myles Storme, cobler

Thomas Johnson, baker

Freemen by Patrimony

John Foster, armorer, son of William Foster

Josua Burton, lyningweaver, son of Thomas Burton

Leonard Hustler, glover, son of Leonard Hustler, glover

William Hawley, son of William Hawley, gent.

John Mountaine, baker, son of Xpofer Mountaine

George Harrison, son of John Harrison, cordwainer

Thomas Cooke, blacksmith, son of Francis Cooke

John Bonas, barber, son of Matthew Bonas, cooke

Thomas Clarke, goldsmith, son of Xpofer Clarke

Thomas Lawrence, baker, son of John Lawrence, joyner

Andrew Nicolson, butcher, son of Andrew Nicolson

Jeremy Waldby, cordiner, son of William Waldby

Mar. Autherson, pinner, son of Leonard Autherson

Thomas Wray, tanner, son of Richard Wray, tanner

Thomas Leach, chirurgion, son of Jesper Leach

Xpofer Davie, carpenter, son of Peter Davie

Thomas Shutt, laborer, son of William Shutt, butcher

Mar. Gregges, barber, son of Barnard Gregges

John Gaile, tanner, son of Edward Gaile, locksmith

Lancelott Pearson, cordwainer, son of William Pearson

William Gill, bricklayer, son of William Gill

Edward Hunter, bricklayer, son of John Hunter

Mar. Buckle, glover, son of Thomas Buckle

William Francke, son of George Francke

Thomas Woller, barber, son of John Woller, inholder

John Spawton, butcher, son of William Spawton

John Fisher, marriner, son of Alexander Fisher, marriner

William Archbutt, cooke, son of Seath Archbutt

William Pockley, cordwainer, son of Thomas Pockley

Joseph Levitt, merchant, son of Parcival Levitt, merchant

William Daukin, baker, son of William Daukin, baker

George Burne, woodheelemaker, son of Christopher Burne

Thomas Williamson, laborer, son of John Williamson, carpenter

Henry Garnett, taylor, son of Richard Garnett, draper

Leonard Wilberfosse, tanner, son of John Wilberfosse

Richard Mason, draper, son of Thomas Mason, glover

A.D. MDCLII, HEN. THOMSON, LORD MAYOR, THO. WILLIAMSON, THO. NISBETT, MERCHANTS, EDW. BASFORD, HEN. ESKRICKE, MERCERS, WILL. COOKE, HABERDASHER, FRAN. COLTON, BARB., THO. BEW, GLOV., JOH. BECKETT, SPURRIER, CHAMBERLAINS

William Reath, taylor

Philemon Marsh, goldsmith

Richard Owram, marriner

John Bramwell, hemp dresser

Lyonell Pocklinton, by redemption

James Boynton, by redemption

John Todd, mercer

Henry Magham, cordwainer

John Lawtie, tappiter

Abraham Joblin, cordwainer

Henry Bell, baker

Christopher Lister, mercer

James Grime, pinner

Thomas Bolton, coppersmith

George Picke, blacksmith

John Abbott, bricklayer

John Smith, taylor

Henry Heelde, taylor

John Holmes, cordwainer

John Oliver, cordwainer

John Hudson, milner

Will. Wardman, by redemp.

John Freer, cowper

William Scortroth, chandler

Michaell Whitefeild, lynenweaver

Oliver Eyryum, currier

John Ripley, dyer

William Wood, musitioner

Henry Studdard, skinner

Andrew Clarke, tanner

William Hewitson, tanner

Thomas Cornwall, grocer

William Horner, skinner

Edward Wilson, tanner

Nicholas Wetherell, taylor

John Bird, currier

William Oldfeild, milner

William Ripley, chandler

William Freer, merchant

John Whitacres, apothecary

Edmond Sissons, cordwainer

Richard Titchmarsh, grocer

John Dennys, grocer

Christopher Parker, sadler

John Taite, tanner

John Bothamley, merchant

Thomas Maugham, cordwainer

Thomas Williamson, baker

William Penrose, cordwainer

Robert Hornby, cordwainer

James Tivie, grocer

George Hudson, cordwainer

Richard Dobson, clothworker

Rob. Waller, gent., by redemption

John Awdhouse, milnewright

William Nelson, by redemption

William Beckett, tayler

Henry Bateson, grocer

Edward Nightingale, grocer

John Parkinson, cowper

Thomas Fearne, cowper

James Kitchingman, taylor

John Myers, laborer

Thomas Tireman, by redemption

Thomas Day, artizen skinner

Freemen by Patrimony

Marmaduke Foster, fishmonger, son of Mather Foster

James Cooke, gunsmith, son of Anthony Cooke, gunsmith

Thomas Mountain, cowper, son of Will. Mountaine, tanner

Thomas Pockley, tayler, son of Thomas Pockley, silkweaver

James Taylor, marriner, son of Thomas Taylor, marriner

Thomas Donkin, cordwainer, son of Leonard Donkin, joyner

Christopher Crosby, plomer, son of Xpofer Crosby, feltmaker

William Fall, cordiner, son of Richard Fall, cordiner

William Todd, apothecary, son of Robert Todd, imbroderer

Tymothy Typlin, artizen skinner, son of Geo. Taylor (sic), taylor

Henry Tophan, merchant, son of Christopher Tophan, alderman

Francis Denton, carpenter, son of John Denton, weaver

James Younge, bricklayer, son of John Younge, musitioner

Francis Burton, glover, son of Thomas Burton, tanner

Thomas Freer, butcher, son of John Freer, butcher

Roger Spence, butcher, son of John Spence

Jeremy Hamond, pewtherer, son of Thomas Hamond

Thomas Hamond, cordwainer, son of Tho. Hamond, pewtherer

Edward Baynes, butcher, son of James Baynes, butcher

Bartholemew Wilstrupp, blackesmith, son of Richard Wilstrupp

Stephen Batcheler, draper, son of John Batcheler, butcher

Joseph Nelson, butcher, son of Richard Nelson, butcher

John Tesh, marriner, son of George Tesh, lynen draper

William Smalwood, mercer, son of Will. Smalwood, officer

John Herrington, merchant, son of Rob. Herrington, goldsmith

Barnard Watson, marriner, son of George Watson, draper

Barnard Hutchinson, cordwainer, son of John Hutchinson

John Walker, dyer, son of John Walker, dyer

John Jackson, bricklayer, son of Thomas Jackson, bricklayer

A.D. MDCLIII, JOH. GELDART, MAYOR. JOH. PRINCE, ANDR. TAILOR, MERCHANTS, JOH. CROFT, GENT., FRAN. ELCOCKE, WILL. WIVELL, MERCERS, ROB. WEDDELL, DRAP., RAIPH COWPER, TAILOR, RIC. WRAY, TANNER, CHAMBERLAINS

John Laizonby, cordwainer

Roger Elwicke, draper

Rowland Hudson, beerbrewer

John Wilkinson, baker

Richard Justice, by redemption

John Cooper, tailor

Richard Wreggett, pewtherer

Francis Calvert, grocer

Christopher Cautley, mercer

Richard Peckett, cordwainer

Samuell Russam, blacksmith

John Joy, hempdresser

Timothy Scotson, locksmith

Francis Sawer, butcher

Cressie Smith, vintner

George Seller, carpenter

Mathew Stead, by redemption

Robert Myers, baker

Nicholas Coulson, by redemption

Richard Dugles, laborer

Edward Barker, blackesmith

William Bellas, milner

John Stamper, cutler

William Pell, artizen skinner

John Nesfeild, merchant

William Raper, merchant

William Kitchingman, tailor

William Hardy, tallowchandler

Edward Rowden, grocer

John Dan, butcher

John Turnebull, by redemption

Abraham Read, by redemption

Robert Gowland, tanner

Thomas Newball, by redemption

Phineas Bell, grocer

Marke Buller, cordwainer

James Hebdon, baker

John Horne, merchant

John Ellott, by redemption

George Foster, laborer

John Beverley, tanner

James Pickeringe, dyer

Thomas Turnbull, sadler

Bartholemew Baites, draper

John Waide, laborer

John Cattle, baker

William Turnbull, vintner

George Buskill, tailor

John Rason, joyner

Mathew Rason, carpenter

Robert Rason, carpenter

Richard Heward, by redemption

James Jolly, blacksmith, by redemption

Robert Coulton, pewtherer

Francis Jeffrey, by redemption

John Peckett, merchant

Freemen by Patrimony

Mathew Kay, feltmaker, son of Math. Kay, feltmaker

John Partridge, braisier, son of Joseph Partridge, braisier

John Cocke, wyerdrawer, son of Edw. Cocke, marriner

Thomas Satturwaite, mercer, son of Will. Satturwhaite

John Cooke, son of John Cooke, cordwainer

John Bovill, cordwainer, son of Geo. Bovill, tailor

Thomas Barrett, hempdresser, son of Ric. Barrett, fishmonger

Will. Rogers, hempdresser, son of Will. Rogers, bricklaier

Ric. Greeneupp, barber surgion, son of John Greeneupp, glover

Tho. Weightman, milner, son of Will. Weightman, milner

Mathew Wilton, pinner, son of Christopher Wilton, tanner

Hen. Pulleine, carpenter, son of John Pulleine, baker

Elias Kidd, glaizier, son of Elias Kidd, glover

Thomas Calvert, clerke, son of Thomas Calvert, baker

James Hamond, son of Thomas Hamond, pewtherer

Arthure Bell, barb. surgion, son of Will. Bell, cobler

Thomas Preston, taylor, son of Thomas Preston, taylor

Trinion Myers, butcher, son of Trinion Myers, butcher

Martin Busfeild, currier, son of Vincent Busfeild, imbroderer

John Cooke, pewtherer, son of Hugh Cooke, pewtherer

Thomas Cowper, butcher, son of Peter Cowper, butcher

William Buckton, taylor, son of Simon Buckton, taylor

Thomas Breckon, brickmaker, son of John Breckon

William Faireburne, tailor, son of William Faireburne

Marke Pepper, mercer, son of John Pepper, mercer

Samuell Maisterman, mercer, son of Thomas Maisterman, draper

Henry Dutton, tailor, son of Richard Dutton, tanner

Will. Fairewether, merchant, son of Will. Fairewether, gent.

John Etton, cordwainer, son of William Etton, baker

John Dawson, cordwainer, son of Mathew Dawson, merchant

Phillipp Redfearne, barber surgion, son of Will. Redfearne

George Thorpe, cobler, son of Richard Thorpe, glover

William Overend, taylor, son of Edward Overend, taylor

Richard Dennis, cordwainer, son of William Dennis, tanner

Wm. Richardson, draper, son of Brian Richardson, parchmentmaker

Edward Spence, glazier, son of Miles Spence, cordwainer

Miles Rookesby, baker, son of Miles Rookesby, baker

Rob. Williamson, goldsmith, son of Rob. Williamson, goldsmith

Hen. Weightman, milner, son of John Weightman, milner

William Waite, goldsmith, son of Thomas Waite, gent.

Samuell Helesse, son of John Helesse, lynen draper

Ric. Skilbecke, cordwainer, son of Rob. Skilbecke, lastmaker

Robert Hardy, carpenter, son of Robert Hardy, carpenter

Richard Shaw, butcher, son of George Shaw, butcher

Christopher Stephenson, tailor, son of Fr. (sic) Stephenson, tailor

Robert Bilclife, clockemaker, son of Robert Bilclife

John Straker, taylor, son of Thomas Straker, taylor

John Scott, marchant, son of William Scott, alderman

A.D. MDCLIV, WILL. ALLANSON, KT., LORD MAYOR. PHIL. HERBERT, MERCH., HEN. ALLANSON, THO. SATTURWHAITE, MERCERS, WILL. RICHARDSON, DRAP., JOH. PAYLIN, EDW. NIGHTINGALL, GROCERS, GEO. MUNGIE, GOLDSMITH, RIC. TENNANT, TAILOR, CHAMBERLAINS

John Hoile, merchant

John Bossell, labourer, for life

Thomas Orton, girdler

Chris. Harrison, haberdasher

Thomas Waide, winecowper

John Thomson, laborer, for life

Christopher Swaile, carpenter

George Kettlewell, mercer

John Foster, haberdasher

Raiph Kearton, grocer

Roger Ward, merchant

Robert Hillary, mercer

Tho. Gleadston, by redemption

James Wilberfosse

Peter Richardson, by redemption

Edward Story, tailor

Fredricke Marriott, appothecary

Thomas Elliott, inholder

Richard Metcalfe, merchant

John Rosse, beerbrewer

Thomas Barrough, silkeweaver

William Clerke, draper

William Walker, butcher

Will. Mancklins, artizen skinner

George Mancklins, gentleman

Jarvis Babington, mercer

Christopher Empson, locksmith

George Moyser, silkweaver

Reynold Hunter, bricklayer

Thomas Bradrigge, baker

Thomas Abbey, tanner

George Middleton, tailor

Robert Marshall, skinner

Thomas Harrison, haberdasher

William Mitchell, baker

Richard Maugham, cordwainer

John Roome, tallow chandler

John Laisonby, parchmentmaker

Richard Spetch, blackesmith

Robert Hewitt, by redemption

Francis Armistead, merchant

Raiph Bell, merchant

William Cowlin, cordwainer

Bryan Empson, fishmonger

John Smeeton, baker

John Edwards

Thomas Chapman, clothier

Michaell Chapman, clothier

Thomas Newham, clothier

Robert Barker, whitesmith

William Greene, whitesmith

Richard Emerson, by redemption

Anthony Simpson, tanner

Lancellott Scadlocke, tanner

Thomas Wheitley, marriner

Henry Wilkinson, apothecary

Charles Bosvile, merchant

George Ward, clothdresser

William Erratt, tanner

John Goldsbrough, vintner

Xpofer Ripley, milloner

William Richardson, cordwainer

James Empson, tailor

Freemen by Patrimony

Mathew Kay, merchant, sonne of John Kay, cowper

William Page, baskettmaker, sonne of William Page

John Etty, sonne of James Etty, carpenter

Thomas Maxwell, sonne of John Maxwell, bricklayer

John Waller, girdler, sonne of Robert Waller, girdler

Hen. Hunter, bricklayer, sonne of Hen. Hunter, bricklayer

George Rudd, linnenweaver, sonne of George Rudd

John Williamson, cowper, sonne of Edward Williamson

Oswald Walker, artizen skinner, sonne of Samuell Walker

George Hinde, barber, sonne of Will. Hinde, tailor

John Hewitson, sonne of Raiph Hewitson, pinner

Robert Dodsworth, bricklayer, sonne of Giles Dodsworth

Peter Gell, bricklayer, sonne of Peter Gell, bricklayer

Joseph Prince, cordwainer, sonne of Simon Prince, tanner

John Browne, tallow chandler, sonne of John Browne

Math. Batchellor, carpenter, sonne of Math. Batchellor

Will. Billingham, draper, sonne of Anth. Billingham

Christopher Girdler, musitioner, sonne of John Girdler

Ric. Girdler, musitioner, sonne of the said John Girdler, musitioner

Ambrose Girdler, sonne of the said John Girdler

John Holmes, musitioner, sonne of Symon Holmes, musitioner

Edward Mason, beerebrewer, sonne of Tho. Mason, gent.

Robert Holdsworth, cordiner, sonne of John Holdsworth

John Peacock, merchant, sonne of (blank) Peacock, draper

Richard Robinson, baker, sonne of Geo. Robinson, baker

Xpofer Leedell, pinner, sonne of Xpofer Leedell

Tho. Herbert, merchant, sonne of Phillipp Harbert, merchant

Edward Kay, sonne of Richard Kay, laborer

Benjamine Davie, baker, sonne of John Davie, baker

Tho. Pattericke, linnen weaver, sonne of Will. Pattericke

John Baxter, skinner, sonne of John Baxter

George Greeneopp, tailor, sonne of William Greenopp

Tho. Wilson, linnenweaver, sonne of Rob. Wilson, tailor

Wm. Markindale, linnenweaver, sonne of Trustram Markindale

William Kidd, tailor, sonne of Elias Kidd, glover

Peter Buttrie, marriner, sonne of Peter Buttrie

John Harrison, cordwainer, sonne of Thomas Harrison

Marmaduke Smith, clothdresser, sonne of Oswald Smith

A.D. MDCLV, STEP. WATSON, LORD MAYOR. JOS. SCOTT, JOH. CONSTABLE, MERCHANTS, FR. (sic) WHELEWRIGHT, GENT., ROB. STRAKER, RIC. MASON, DRAPERS, ZACHARY JEPSON, APOTHECARY, THO. SPENCE, HEN. PEARSON, TAILORS, CHAMBERLAINS

William Cooke, cobler

Anthony Lund, bricklayer

Thomas Pallister, joyner

Thomas Holdernes, tailor

John Roe, vintner

Issraell Parker, vintner

Thomas Jackson, gentleman

Nicholas Fisher, by redemption

Xpofer Hartnes, joyner

Christopher Dawtrie, tailor

Thomas Duglas, laborer

Thomas Laisonby, skinner

William Curdix, draper

Simon Straker, glover

Henry Wilkinson, tanner

John Biddle, porter

Xpofer Dobson, merchant

Lawrence Hardwicke, butcher

Thomas Lyon, laborer

Edmond Metcalfe, tailor

John Morritt, butcher

Job Garthwaite, grocer

Peter Fawcett, mercer

Richard Bradley, cutler

Charles Satturwhaite, bricklaier

Robert Crowther, glover

Thomas Branston, lynenweaver

John Gower, sadler

Raiph Wood, cordwainer

Tobias Ellis, milloner

Henry Brogden, lynnenweaver

Henry Gibson, baker

Thomas Fewler, by redemption

Nicholas Slinger, grocer

Robert Warde, butcher

John Ostler, grocer

William Wharram, bricklayer

Henry Hamond, pewtherer

Nicholas Chappeloe, sadler

William Boulton, cowper

Geo. Saltus, tailor, by redemption

Joseph Whitley, laborer

Anthony Rogers, merchant

Lawrence Horner, mercer

Thomas Joy, lynnenweaver

John Rycroft, laborer

Anthony Watterhouse, mercer

Valentine Foster, hempdresser

Stephen Beverley, tanner

John Todd, cordwainer

John Hawley, free laborer

Robert Tuttie, milner

William Hill, laborer

Richard Champley, laborer

Thomas Jackson, baker

Lewis Williams, laborer

Michaell Wilson, baker

Henry Hoile, merchant

Robert Straker, tanner

Freemen by Patrimony

William Todd, son of Robert Todd, milner

George Preston, mercer, son of Will. Preston, feltmaker

William Richardson, son of Thomas Richardson, tailor

John Pratt, glover, son of Richard Pratt, lynenweaver

Joseph Tailor, cordwainer, son of Richard Tailor, gent.

William Inman, mercer, son of John Inman, butcher

Peter Richardson, milloner, son of Pet. Richardson, roper

William Maskew, tailor, son of Will. Maskew, vintner

George Foster, milner, son of Robert Foster, milner

Will. Pinder, stationer, son of Wm. Pinder, parchmentmaker

Doyley Greene, haberdasher, son of John Greene, taylor

John Davie, mercer, son of Richard Davie, inholder

George Mason, cordwainer, son of Rob. Mason, cordwainer

John Smith, dyer, son of John Smith, dyer

Edward Preston, son of Christopher Preston, bricklayer

Henry Lee, milner, son of William Lee, milner

Nathaniell Warde, pinner, son of John Warde, instrumentmaker

John Watson, draper, son of George Watson, draper

Lawrence Lund, parchmentmaker, son of John Lund

William Holdsworth, upholster, son of John Holdsworth

John Cawton, marriner, son of Will. Cawton, fishmonger

Samuell Davis, translaitor, son of Peter Davis, whelewright

Andrew Slee, sadler, son of Thomas Slee, sadler

Christopher Wreight, pinner, son of Henry Wreight, baker

John Hutchinson, mercer, son of Thomas Hutchinson, mercer

Richard Cliffe, trunckemaker, son of John Cliffe

Henry Leach, trunckmaker, son of Jesper Leach, chirurgion

Richard Wilstrupp, blackesmith, son of Ric. Wilstrupp, blackesmith

A.D. MDCLVI, THO. DICKINSON, KT., LORD MAYOR. CHRIS. COOKE, WILL. RAMSDEN, MERCHANTS, THO. HESLETYNE, GENT., WILL. PANNETT, MERCHANT, RIC. SHAW, BUTCH., GEO. HARLOND, LOCKSMITH, EDW. GAYLE, CUTLER, WILL. MESKALL, MILLINER, CHAMBERLAINS

William Peake, by redemption

Thomas Stowpe, mercer

Thomas Kircke, joyner

Charles Hall, merchant

Thomas Harrison, mercer

William Beckwith, linenweaver

Edward Penrose, linenweaver

Richard Holmes, inholder

William Boulton, felmonger

Edward Sawer, by redemption

Thomas Spence, butcher

John Halladay, fellmonger

Charles Jenkinson, mercer

Richard Page, cordwainer

Thomas Porter, free laborer

Edward Brand, by redemption

Hugh Youdall, bricklayer

Christofer Shepeard, butcher

John Penington, by redemption

John Chambers, locksmith

William Agarr, tanner

Robert Jackson, inholder

Richard Pibus, grocer

Robert Sheilds, by redemption

Joseph Bilclife, apothecary

Henry Lamnley, merchant

William Plaxton, merchant

George Jackson, butcher

Gilbert Elsworth, butcher

Thomas Adcocke, whelewhrite

Richard Moore, marriner

Marmaduke Hebdon, joyner

Charles Langley, by redemption

George Behoe, by redemption

Phillip Rippon, mercer

Andrew Parrat, merchant

Thomas Fox, tanner

Thomas Mathew, tanner

Samuell Hardwicke, merchant

Richard Anderson, cordwainer

John Browne, glover

John Chapman, blackesmith

John Hall, marriner

William Makine, taylor

George Braithwaite, blacksmith

John Shillitoe, by redemption

Hamond Overen, by redemption

Edward Shaw, marriner

Edward Thwinge, barber

William Burdon, taylor

John Dry, merchant

Freemen by Patrimony

Stephen Mathews, merchant, son of Will. Mathews, merchant

Joseph Chester, baker, son of Robert Chester, baker

Phelix Wilkinson, pinner, son of Raph Wilkinson, tanner

Michael Harrison, sheerman, son of John Harrison, cordiner

John Gray, silkweaver, son of William Gray, butcher

John Inman, butcher, son of John Inman, butcher

Richard Harrison, marriner, son of Ric. Harrison, taylor

Cornelius Horseley, watchmaker, son of Edward Horseley

Thomas Myers, butcher, son of Trynion Myers, butcher

Richard Man, son of Richard Man, cordwainer

Richard Lenge, blackesmith, son of Tho. Lenge, lynnendraper

James Jackson, cordwainer, son of Robert Jackson, cordwainer

John Leedall, milloner, son of Christopher Leedall

Jonathan Acey, cordwainer, son of Pet. Acey, clockmaker

Anthony Harland, cordwainer, son of Henry Harland

Richard Giles, cobler, son of Edmond Gyles, taylor

William Dobbison, linnenweaver, son of Richard Dobbison

Thomas Dawson, joyner, son of Richard Dawson, joyner

John Cooke, gunsmith, son of John Cooke, gunsmith

Tennant Burton, cordwainer, son of Tho. Burton, tanner

Samuel Dixon, cordwainer, son of David Dixon, inholder

William Hustler, glover, son of Leonard Hustler, glover

Ric. Cundall, artizen skinner, son of John Cundall, inholder

John Legg, baker, son of John Legg

Rob. Akeroide, hempedresser, son of Hugh Akeroide, cutler

Robert Davie, milloner, son of Rob. Davie, silkweaver

Anthony Burton, cooke, son of Thomas Burton, bricklayer

Edw. Walker, hem[p]dresser, son of Mathew Walker, tailor

Peter Hill, tanner, son of Peter Hill, tanner, the elder

Boswell Thornebury, tailor, son of Will. Thornebury, haberdasher

Benjamine Maisterman, marriner, son of Mr. Joh. Maisterman

Marke Foster, silkweaver, son of George Foster, silkweaver

Mathew Smurwhaite, whelewhright, son of Tho. Smurwhaite, milner

Robert Pearson, milner, son of John Pearson

A.D. MDCLVII, ROB. HORNER, LORD MAYOR. THO. WETHERILL, FRAN. FEILD, RAIPH BELL, JOH. PEACOCKE, MERCHANTS, SAM. MAISTERMAN, MERCER, BEN. MAISTERMAN, FISHMONGER, PHIL. WILBERFOSSE, FRAN. CUNDALL, CHAMBERLAINS

James Feild, barber

George Blieth, by redemption

Ric. Nelson, free laborer, for life

Christopher Coniers, inholder

Christopher Thirnam, butcher

John Tindall, porter, by redemp.

John Sissons, chandler

John Wilkinson, draper

John Fowler, pewtherer

Thomas Sunman, tailor

Raiph Walker, free laborer, for life

John Coultas, by redemption

Peter Hardcastle, by redemption

William Hill, bricklayer

Francis Morley, merchant

Thomas Cliffe, blacksmith

Nich. Westwood, by redemption

John Bradley, whelewright

Thomas Holmes, inholder

Christopher Cowper, tailor

Richard Freeman, haberdasher

William Johnson, butcher

Nicholas Maugham, bricklayer

George Gilmine, tailor

John Wyley, free laborer

John Hallowell, clothier

William Appleton, merchante

Tho. Westerby, by redemption

William Pearson, draper

Thomas Forth, mercer

Richard Key, merchante

Richard Younge, grocer

Henry Watson, merchante

Robert Lund, silkweaver

William Oddy, by redemption

Richard Lowe, by redemption

Joseph Bell, tanner

Roberte Dighton, tanner

Jonathan Hobson, by redemption

Rob. Tireman, tallow chandler

John Burton, habberdasher

Gawine Hodgson, merchante

Henry Pattison, lynnenweaver

Malin Topcliffe, sizersmith

John Beeforth, gunsmith

George Vepan, silkeweaver

Roger Housman, tailor

Ambrose Spencer, grocer

James Browne, milner

John Humphrey, baker

George Middlesell, coppersmith

Thomas Hutchinson, tailor

Thomas Walker, glover

George Leavett, fishmonger

Richard Browne, clothier, gratis

Edward Buckle, butcher

Mathew Dalton, carpenter

Francis Bray, vintner

John Beane, cordwainer

John Willowby, free laborer

Robert Manners, free laborer

Peter Morley, tailor

George Keighley, merchant

William Harrison, mercer

Richard Bointon, baker

Freemen by Patrimony

John Smith, tailor, son of Robert Smith, milner

Joseph Nicholson, beerebrewer, son of Geo. Nicholson, sadler

Christopher Tailor, tanner, son of Chris. Tailor, tanner

James Nevill, tailor, son of Raiph Nevill, mercer

Marmaduke Best, goldsmith, son of John Best, tailor

Nich. Maskall, imbroderer, son of Tho. Maskall, imbroderer

Marmaduke Bernerd, carpenter, son of Seath Bernerd, tailor

John Peckett, butcher, son of Humfrey Peckett, butcher

William Maxwell, painter, son of John Maxwell, bricklayer

William Bealby, cooke, son of John Bealby, tailor

William Harrison, tailor, son of Will. Harrison, tailor

Richard Harrison, son of William Harrison, tailor

John Foster, cordwainer, son of Geo. Foster, silkweaver

William Hall, silkweaver, son of Henry Hall, barber

James Caley, tanner, son of Roger Caley, baker

Jacob Lund, cordwainer, son of Seath Lund, baker

Thomas Rivice, bricklayer, son of Thomas Rivice, porter

John Wandby, gentleman, son of Will. Wandby, stationer

Tho. Dickinson, merchante, son of Chris. Dickinson, merchante

Gabriell Wharton, merchante, son of Anthony Wharton, merchante

John Pattricke, linnenweaver, son of William Pattricke

Thomas Cundall, pinner, son of John Cundall, inholder

Thomas Buckton, glazier, son of Simon Buckton, taylor

William Walker, clothworker, son of Samuell Walker, clothworker

Peter Bewley, carpenter, son of David Bewley, cobler

Robert Shutt, butcher, son of Robert Shut, butcher

Edward Pinder, son of Robert Pinder, baker

George Tirry, sizersmith, son of Tho. Tirrie, pewtherer

Will. Reynolds, carpenter, son of Will. Reynolds, baker

Samuell Dawson, merchant, son of Bryan Dawson, alderman

William Bucke, joyner, son of Samuell Bucke, joyner

A.D. MDCLVIII, LEONR. THOMSON, LORD MAYOR. ROWL. WATSON, FRAN. DUCKWORTH, MERCHANTS, THO. NAILOR, MERCER, JOH. THOMSON, GOLDSMITH, THO. FAIREWETHER, INHOLDER, BARNABY BAWTRY, CLOTHWORKER, LEONR. WILBERFOSSE, TANNER, CHAMBERLAINS

Mathew Snawsdell, tailor

Henry Younge, currier

Lawrence Agarr, cordwainer

Thomas Dobson, cordwainer

Peter Plaister, bricklayer

John Trewman, lynnenweaver

Henry Blaides, girdler

Will. Waller, gent., admitted gratis

Henry Helland, apothecary

John Wharton, tailor

Richard Owsman, baker

Christofer Browne, milloner

Arthur Beckwith, grocer

William Bell, by redemption

Thomas Anderson, bricklayer

Averah Hillarie, currier

William Beverley, dyer

Richard Hawxwell, tailor

John Straker, draper

George Rigden, by redemption

Allen Penny, merchant

George Fawcett, inholder

Henry Bland, lynnenweaver

Thomas Sampson, tailor

James Houseman, merchant

Anthony Walker, merchant

Christopher Raper, grocer

Robert Gibson, tanner

John Hunter, blacksmith

Henry Richardson, lynnenweaver

George Mathews, chirurgion

Edmund Williamson, baker

Mathew Duesberry, milloner

Thomas Hardwicke, taylor

Charles Horneby, artizen skinner

Edward Tomlinson, taylor

Pattricke Gryme, cordwainer

William Penington, butcher

Robert Tennant, baker

Charles Knowles, chandler

James Williamson, pewtherer

Thomas Burland, baskitmaker

James Willowby, free laborer

Robert Gibson, tanner

Thomas Hixon, joiner

George Jackson, carpenter

John Dixon, barber

Roger Bointon, by redemption

Robert Wynn, by redemption

John Hewley, esq., gratis

William Lawty, fismunger

Freemen by Patrimony

Josiah Hunter, clerke, son of George Hunter, cordwainer

Marke Fewler, baker, son of James Fewler, baker

Leonard Campleshon, stationer, son of Edw. Campleshon, tailor

Mathew Reeveley, baker, son of John Reeveley, baker

Thomas Foster, joiner, son of William Foster, milloner

Joseph Alderson, locksmith, son of Leonard Alderson, apothecary

Thomas Inman, skinner, son of John Inman, butcher

John Todd, butcher, son of Peter Todd, lynnenweaver

Richard Barhead, sadler, son of Robert Barehead, baker

George Jackson, mercer, son of George Jackson, inholder

Richard Betson, clothworker, appr. to his father Joh. Betson

James Buckle, son of Oswald Buckle

Robert Mathews, son of Thomas Mathewes, sadler

Joseph Francke, merchant, son of George Francke, merchant

Martin Reeveley, baker, son of John Reeveley, baker

Thomas Legg, pinner, son of John Legg

John Ward, son of John Ward, grocer

Robert Richardson, pewtherer, son of William Richardson

Thomas Kidd, sadler, son of Christopher Kidd, sadler

George Lee, milner, son of William Lee, milner

John Addinell, son of John Addinell, fishmunger

John Simondson, roper, son of George Simondson, roper

Robert Faireburne, gunsmith, son of Will. Faireburne, tailor

Richard Screwton, barber, son of James Screwton, taylor

A.D. MDCLIX, XPOF. TOPHAN, MAJORE. MARM. JEFFERSON, TAYLOR, FRAN. CHADDERTON, VINTNER, EDM. GYLES, GLAZIER, JOH. BLACKBURNE, BAKER, WILL. YEOMAN, HEN. BILTON, TANNERS, THO. BRACKEN, BRICKMAKER, THO. WATSON, BEERBRUER, CAMERARIIS

Johannes Champley, free laborer

William Beeforth, trunckmaker

Johannes Marshall, carpenter

Francis Clarkson, tailor

Thomas Colson, redempcione

Georgius Mawson, inholder

Coninsby Rudston, draper

Robertus Ridley, fishmonger

Johannes Hogg, milner

George Walls, currier

Robertus Gibb, baker

Johannes Bentham, barber

Thomas Marshall, pinner

Willelmus Pickering, mercer

Johannes Hardesty, tanner

Radulphus Loftus, tanner

Willelmus Plewman, baker

Thomas North, tanner

Ricardus Gilburne, carpenter

Ricardus Bingley, draper

David Richmond, dyer

Rob. Gardiner, redempcione

Thomas Aire, goldsmith

Willelmus Johnson, mercer

Willelmus Jackson, vintner

Xpofer Thistlethwaite, grocer

Johannes Ayre, vintner

Willelmus Prest, tailor

Abramus Spence, free laborer

Josephus Sledmoore free laborer

Joh. Craythorne, free laborer

Edwardus Spence, miller

Johannes Walker, free laborer

Thomas Staveley, free laborer

Edwardus Orrell, free laborer

Edwardus Smith, redempcione

Thomas Robinson, free laborer

Thomas Mawbray, pinner

Edwardus Teele, free laborer

Johannes Nuns, redempcione

Willelmus Bewley, marriner

Georgius Cressom, glazier

Ricardus Pickard, mercator

Willelmus Morley, taylor

Robertus Boswell, carpenter

Ricardus Boulton, glover

Henricus Hodgson, redempcione

Thomas Taylor, mercator

Edwardus Gawfurth, baker

Thomas Rogerson, butcher

Johannes Bywater, habberdasher

Per Patres

Dyonis Watterhouse, marriner, fil. Georgii Watterhouse, marriner

Henricus Wilson, cordwainer, fil. Henrici Wilson, chirurgion

Thomas Walker, clothworker, fil. Johannis Walker, dyer

Thomas Hall, barber, fil. Willelmi Hall, sadler

Michaell Plumer, goldsmith, fil. Jacobi Plumer, goldsmith

Ricardus Mason, lynnenweaver, fil. Roberti Mason, cordwainer

Metcalfe Robinson, esq., fil. Willelmi Robinson, militis

Stephanus Wood, vintner, fil. Stephani Wood, apothecary

Johannes Chapman, fil. Willelmi Chapman, inholder

Willelmus Hall, spurrier, fil. Ricardi Hall, spurrier

Phillippus Mounton, tanner, fil. Willelmi Mounton, tanner

Willelmus Cobb, watchmaker, fil. Willelmi Cobb, girdler

Thomas Brathwaite, glover, fil. Edwardi Braithwaite, glover

Edwardus Mangie, watchmaker, fil. Edwardi Mangie, whitesmith

Jacobus Dutton, fishmonger, fil. Anthonii Dutton, fishmonger

Ricardus Key, blacksmith, fil. Roberti Key, blacksmith

Georgius Bouell, carpenter, fil. Georgii Bouell, taylor

Johannes Cosletine, brickmaker, fil. Phillippi Cosletine, glover

Johannes Billingham, mercer, fil. Anthonii Billingham, inholder

Robertus Hurd, brickmaker, fil. Roberti Hurd, cutler

Willelmus Thomson, upholster, fil. Roberti Thomas (sic), upholster

Humphridus Wilson, cordwainer, fil. Henrici Wilson, apothecary

Thomas Smith, mercer, fil. Christopheri Smith, pinner

Leonardus Adamson, chandler, fil. Willelmi Adamson, inholder

Matthæus Waite, salter, fil. Thomæ Waite, generosi

Xpofer Hendle, carpenter, fil. Michaelis Hendle, mason

Willelmus Barwick, butcher, fil. Christopheri Barwick, butcher

Johannes Hansom, bricklayer, fil. Johannis Hansom, bricklayer

Robertus Prince, feltmaker, fil. Lawrentii Prince, feltmaker

Robertus Smith, fil. Roberti Smith, taylor

Johannes Mosse, free laborer, gratis