Admissions to the Freedom of York
16-32 George II (1742-59)

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Francis Collins (editor)

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1900

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262-289

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'Admissions to the Freedom of York: 16-32 George II (1742-59)', Register of the Freemen of the City of York: Vol. 2: 1559-1759 (1900), pp. 262-289. URL: http://british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=50500 Date accessed: 26 November 2014.


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16 GEO. II, WILL. STEPHENSON, ESQ., MAYOR. MR. THO. WHYTEHEAD, MR. JAMES DODSWORTH, MR. JOH. BRADLEY, MR. THO. BARSTOW, MR. WILL. NICHOLSON, MR. ABR. TAYLOR, CHAMBERLAINS

Will. Savile, felmonger & glover

Joseph Northorp, hornbraker & combmaker

David Bucktrout, framework knitter, per ordinem

Tho. Margrave, merch., per ord.

Geo. Suggett, ale draper, per ord.

Richard Jackson, flaxdresser, ropemaker and harister

Marmaduke Marshall, grocer

Geo. Berry, vintner & innholder

Thomas Green, innholder, by ord.

John Davis, joyner, by order

Joseph Robinson, plushweaver, by order

Joshua Battye, innholder, p. ord.

John Thompson, barber surgeon

Christopher Headon, innholder, by order

William Bowcock, gardiner

By Patrimony

William Monckton, innholder, son of William Monckton, innholder

Thomas Cobb, translator, son of Thomas Cobb, currier

Richard Frank, marriner, son of Robert Frank, marriner

Richard Bell, cooper, son of Richard Bell, cooper

Thomas Scaddlethorpe, son of Thomas Scaddlethorpe, bookbinder

Edmund Gill, cordwainer, son of John Gill, tanner

John Baxter, staymaker, son of Thomas Baxter, glover, haberdasher and felmonger

Robert Deighton, barber surgeon, son of Joseph Deighton, barber surgeon

Robert Hood, blacksmith, son of John Hood, blacksmith

William Dalton, bookseller, son of William Dalton, baker

17 GEO. II, THO. AGAR, ESQ., MAYOR. MR. EDW. WALLIS, MR. WILL. COATES, MR. MATH. LISTER, MR. THO. CARTNER, MR. GEO. CHAPMAN, MR. REGNALD SCAIFE, CHAMBERLAINS

John Law, translator

William Guiseley, whitesmith & pattinmaker

Thomas Houtham, corkcutter

Thomas Fisher, translator

George Dod, bricklayer

Major Bradley, cordwainer

Steph. Clarke, printer & stationer

John Jackson, blacksmith

Thomas Mason, barber surgeon

Richard Robson, butcher

John Watson, flaxdresser

Thomas Preston, barber surgeon

Mark Robinson, cabinet maker

John Standish, innholder, by ord.

Samuel Nellist, carpenter, by ord.

Richard Horwood, translator

Richard Air, barber surgeon

John Hardisty, merchant, p. ord.

William Brookes, gent., per ord.

John Dolman, sadler

Ambrose Etherington, merchant taylor

Arthur Houfe, butcher

John Stroud, surgeon's instrument maker, per ordinem

By Patrimony

Thomas Ward, sailor, son of John Ward, labourer

Martin Johnson, merchant taylor, son of Thomas Johnson, carpenter

Michael Halder, translator, son of Jeremiah Halder, porter

Thomas Nelson, barber, son of Robert Nelson, linnenweaver

Richard Thompson, clerk, son of Jonas Thompson, late alderman

Bartholomew Weatherill, bricklayer, son of Bartholomew Weatherill, bricklayer

John Atkinson, shoemaker, son of John Atkinson, translator

Thomas Camidge, barber surgeon, son of Robert Camidge, bricklayer

Thomas Lawrence, joyner, son of Thomas Lawrence, joyner

John Payler, staymaker, son of William Payler, baker

William Smith, yeoman, son of Thomas Smith, skinner

John Peirson, sadler, son of James Peirson, sadler

John Browne, cabinet maker, son of Samuel Browne, glover

James Rudd, vintner, son of William Rudd, linnen weaver

William Lee, feltmaker, son of William Lee, miller

William Collier, whitesmith, son of George Collier, dyer

John Shepherd, son of William Shepherd, flaxdresser

Thomas Scott, cutler and milloner, son of William Scott, cutler

John Douglas, miller, son of Richard Douglas, miller

Ambrose Topping, joyner, son of John Topping, joyner

Charles Hewlett, staymaker, son of Henry Hewlett, staymaker

Richard Holmes, whitesmith, son of Thomas Holmes, brewer

John Wilkinson of Dringhouses, son of Robert Wilkinson

Seth Agar, clock & watchmaker, son of Ric. Agar, hosier & pinner

William Matheray, mariner, son of John Matheray, marriner

Joh. Banks, wool. drap., son of Tho. Banks, wool. manufact. and dyer

Peter Wilson, mariner, son of Peter Wilson, weaver

William Agar, pin. and hosier, son of Richard Agar, hosier & pinner

Richard Monckton, staymaker, son of Wm. Monckton, jr., innholder

Jos. Pickering, brick & tilemaker, son of Robert Pickering, miller

James Wright, tallowchandler, son of Matthew Wright, tallowchandler

Thomas Waice, butcher, son of William Waice, butcher

George Wright, merchant, son of George Wright, blacksmith

George Masterman, marriner, son of George Masterman, linnen weaver

Marmaduke Collinson, whitesmith, son of Marmaduke Collinson, whitesmith

18 GEO. II, JOH. RAPER, ESQ., MAYOR. MR. GEO. THOMPSON, MR. HEN. WAITE, MR. ROB. HUDSON, MR. WILL. HOTHAM, MR. GEO. GOWLAND, MR. EDW. THWING, CHAMBERLAINS

John Naylor, painter stainer

Jonathan Field, gardiner

Edward Hill, whitesmith

Ralph Colling, butcher

Geo. Davidson, merch. taylor, p. ordinem

Robert Ellison, butcher

Will. Jackson, soapboiler and chandler

Thomas Martin, tallow chandler

Robert Elam, merchant taylor

James Todd, surgeon's instrument maker and cutler, p. ord.

William Mawde, wine cooper

Mary Rothery, merchant

John Robinson, joyner, by order

George Dawson, cutler, by order

John Ripley, carpenter

Thomas Voser, miller, by order

Cornelius Corney, haberdasher of hats and leatherseller

Will. Patrick, jun., tanner

John Stead, cordwainer

Charles Mitley, carver and freeworking mason, per ordinem

Richard Winter, winecooper

Robert Welbank, cooper, byorder

Will. Jackson, merchant taylor

Cuthbert Thompson, victualler, by order

Christopher Masterman, butcher

Tho. Marshall, merchant taylor

Jas. Clarke, blacksmith, by order

By Patrimony

John Lowther, carpenter and joyn., son of Nathaniel Lowther, labourer

James Lawrence, dyer, son of Thomas Lawrence, joyner

Thomas Thompson, mercer, son of Thomas Thompson, mercer

Wm. Arundel als. Addinal, merch. taylor, son of Will. Addinal, taylor

Thomas Foster, merchant taylor, son of John Foster, taylor

Christopher Darbyshire, skinner, son of Christopher Darbyshire, skinner

Henry Sturdy, shoemaker, son of Robert Sturdy, cooper

Redman Stabler, mercer, son of Emanuel Stabler, hosier & pinner

Charles Benson, joyner, son of John Benson, whitesmith

John Rudd, linnenweaver, son of John Rudd, linnenweaver

Francis Blanch, saylor, son of Enoch Blanch, porter

Samuel Askwith, cooper, son of Samuel Askwith, cooper

Matthew Coxen, grocer, son of Edward Coxen, artizen skinner

Mary Dalton, daughter of William Dalton, baker

19 GEO. II, JOH. READ, ESQ., MAYOR. MR. MICH. EASTBURNE, APOTH., MR. DAN. FRAN. WISKER, MR. WILL. JACKSON, LIN. DRAPERS, MR. WILL. DUNN, JUNIOR, MR. THO. HAMMOND, BARB. SURG., MR. RIC. GARLAND, COOPER, CHAMBERLAINS

Vincent Cartwright, baker

George Barrows, baker

David Smith, innholder, by order

Samuel Severs, butcher

Miles Close, carpenter

John Heslegrave, carpenter

Thomas Moor, barber surgeon

Nathan Waddington, blacksmith

Philip Abbey, butcher

H.R.H. William, Duke of Cumberland, by order

Ric. Inman, innholder, by order

Edward Seagrave, brasier, by order

John Fleming, barber surgeon

Thomas Marfitt, salter, by order

Ralph Whitfield, carpenter

George Harrison, hornbraker

John Hudson, joyner

Tho. Bilton, woolendrap., by order

George Outhwaite, labourer, by order

Thomas Simpson, glazier

John Hall, merchant taylor

Thomas Nottingham, merchant taylor

John Allcock, cordwainer, by order

By Patrimony

Richard Tireman, felmonger & glover, son of Will. Tireman, currier

Thomas Gawthrop, whitesmith, son of William Gawthrop, cordwainer

James Flint, butcher, son of Thomas Flint, tanner

William Hayes, yeoman, son of Thomas Hayes, joyner & carpenter

John Fawcett, cordwainer, son of Samuel Fawcett, clothdresser

William Boswell, translator, son of Henry Boswell, translator

John Leadall, apothecary, son of Richard Leadall, clerk

Luke Cowburne, bricklayer, son of Michael Cowburne, bricklayer

William Barker, joyner, son of John Barker, upholsterer

Thomas Cole, merchant taylor, son of Robert Cole, merchant taylor

George Atkinson, apothecary, son of Richard Atkinson, mercer

Thomas Maser, butcher, son of Thomas Maser, butcher

Edward Greggs, merchant taylor, son of John Greggs, merchant taylor

Michael Cowburne, bricklayer, son of Michael Cowburne, bricklayer

Robert Fisher, butcher, son of Robert Fisher, butcher

Mark Hall, joyner, son of Snawden Hall, tallowchandler

William Penrose, translator, son of William Penrose, translator

George Chapman, butcher, son of George Chapman, butcher

20 GEO. II, GEO. ESCRICKE, ESQ., MAYOR. MR. JAMES SOLLIT, TAL. CHAND., MR. WILL. MAW, VINTNER, MR. FRAN. LOFTHOUSE, SILKWEAV., MR. JOH. SKILBECK, INHOLD., MR. JOH. HARRISON, PEWT., MR. JOH. MAWDE, CHINA AND TEA MAN

Rob. Hotham, tanner and brewer

Andrew Gill, translator

William Tilborn, gardiner

Robert Lazenby, winecooper

Michael Cundell, currier, leathercutter and leatherseller

Will. Wilkinson, innhold., by ord.

Rob. Johnson, innholder, by order

William Pears, merchant taylor

George Wharton, winecooper

Ric. Beal, innholder, by order

Hewan Holt, innholder, by order

Thomas Green, linnen weaver

Robert Bartliffe, winecooper

Thomas Fryar, tallow chandler and soapboiler

Thomas Shillitoe, cutler

Geo. Hawkswell, joyn. and sawyer

Joh. Johnson, carpent. & sawyer

Samuel Huscroft, carpenter

Thomas Deighton, cordwainer

Thomas Dod, butcher

John Frewd, comon brewer

William Brice, merchant taylor

John Dickinson, wine cooper

Robert Rich, carpenter

John Bower, wine cooper

Thomas Hawkins, caster, feltmaker, and haberdasher

William Thornton, esq., by order

John Ellis, winecooper

Thomas Joy, combmaker

Daniel Wallis, whitesmith

Edward Beanland, merchant taylor

Richard Armistead, flaxdresser

Henry Addison, printer

John Colbeck, combmaker

Joseph Towtill, marriner

John Acklam, translator

Robert Eccles, translator

John Thompson, cordwainer

Joseph Allen, merchant taylor

Richard Hildrick, currier

Arthur Shepherd, apothecary

Hugh Robinson, merchant

John Sherwin, merchant taylor

Robert Bilbrough, merchant taylor

Joseph Newton, innholder, by order

Thomas Preston, gentleman, by order

John Prince, bricklayer

Thomas Pullen, miller

John Pybus, combmaker

Thomas Fleetham, butcher

Francis Scott, malster

Richard Mason, merchant

Francis Bacon, apothecary

Thomas Bell, blacksmith and farrier

Frederick Rothery, grocer

Charles Cracroft, merchant taylor

John Moyser, brewer, by order

George Wilkinson, innholder, by order

Richard Whittle, barber surgeon

Thomas Hawkins, felmonger, by order

William Furnish, innholder, by order

By Patrimony

Henry Mackerel, gardiner, son of Henry Mackerel, cooper

George Hudson, baker, son of Matthew Hudson, baker

Abraham Cawson, blacksmith, son of Jonathan Cawson, blacksmith

Richard Dinmore, son of Richard Dinmoore, blacksmith

Wm. Geo. Nicholson, gentleman, son of William Nicholson, fishmonger

William Butler, flaxdresser, son of Richard Butler, linnenweaver

George Robinson, merchant taylor, son of Michael Robinson, baker

Richard Barnard, clerk, son of George Barnard, esq., aldm.

John West, shipwright, son of James West, marriner

William Hillary, son of John Hillary, mercer

Thomas Appleby, son of William Appleby, cordwainer

William Sarjeant, marriner, son of William Sarjeant, marriner

Mark Allen, bricklayer, son of Mark Allen, marriner

Thomas Scott, joyner, son of William Scott, tanner

Thomas Raper, joyner, son of Thomas Raper, carpenter

Samuel Matthews, pattenmaker, son of Tobias Matthews, whitesmith

George Carey als. Caras, bricklayer, son of Rob. Caras, bricklayer

George Turner, butcher, son of John Turner, clothier

John Tunstal, britchesmaker, son of Marmaduke Tunstal, whitesmith

Thomas Flesher, butcher, son of James Flesher, butcher

Charles Harrison, surgeon, son of George Harrison, barber surgeon

John Scott, linnen weaver, son of Nicholas Scott, linnen weaver

William Fentiman, bricklayer, son of John Fentiman, bricklayer

William Stead, translator, son of Cornelius Stead, brickmaker

Robert Wilson, marriner, son of Thomas Wilson, marriner

John Thompson, bricklayer, son of Robert Thompson, miller

John Brack, son of John Brack, gentleman

John Waud, son of William Waud, innholder

Samuel Potter, translator, son of Samuel Potter, pannierman

Thomas Kilvington, son of George Kilvington, butcher

John Richardson, butcher, son of Christopher Richardson, butcher

Matthew Mordant, son of Matthew Mordant, innholder

Joh. Robinson, wheelwright & turner, son of Rich. Robinson, weaver

John Hartforth, marriner, son of Richard Hartforth, butcher

Samuel Penrose, wheelwright, son of William Penrose, translator

William Colling, son of John Colling, innholder

Thomas Stephenson, marriner, son of John Stephenson, marriner

Thomas Hudson, marriner, son of Cotton Hudson, innholder

Thomas Duke, flaxdresser, son of Thorton Duke, taylor

William Scott, linnen weaver, son of William Scott, linnen weaver

John Scott, cordwainer, son of William Scott, linnen weaver

James Rainforth als. Rentforth, labourer, son of Thomas Rainforth als. Rentforth, carpenter

Charles Watson, bricklayer, son of William Watson, marriner

John Walker, haberdasher of hats, son of John Walker, glover

Joseph Mitchell, baker, son of William Mitchell, baker

Francis Brookes, staymaker, son of John Brooks, weaver

James Berwick, baker, son of Joseph Berwick, butcher

Christopher Shepherd, butcher, son of Chris. Shepherd, of Moor Monkton

James Shepherd, butcher, son of Chris. Shepherd, of Moor Monkton

William Shepherd, butcher, son of Chris. Shepherd, of Moor Monkton

Wilkinson Elston, bricklayer, son of William Elston, miller

John Atkinson, currier, son of George Atkinson, currier

21 GEO. II, FRAS. JEFFERSON, ESQ., MAYOR. MR. ROB. SUMMERS, MERCER, MR. THO. NURSAW, GROCER, MR. WILL. OASTLER, APOTH., MR. SAM. KIRKBY, HABERDASHER OF HATS, MR. THO. FOX, SILKWEAV., MR. THO. HARDISTY, CHAMBERLAINS

Tho. Thompson, basketmaker

Michael Johnson, blacksmith and farrier

William Thornton, clockmaker

John Harton, carpenter

John Myers, plummer and glazier

William Hawitt, baker

Francis Ryley, carpenter

Christopher Matterson, baker

John Houseman, gardiner, by order

John Unthank, baker, by order

Matthew Blenkorn, cooper, by order

Ben. Northhouse, lin. drap., by order

Richard Willbor, cordwainer

John Marsh, translator

Francis Laycock, tallow chandler and soap boiler

Thomas Lawson, flaxdresser, by order

Benjamin Radcliffe, painter stainer

Richard Dent, miller, by order

John Tasker, linnen draper, by order

John Jackson, carpenter

Thomas Chettel, merchant taylor, by order

John Varlow, brewer, by order

By Patrimony

Edward Barker, sadler, son of Edmund Barker, plummer

Seth Agar, merchant, son of Thomas Agar, esq., alder.

Stephen Dalton, baker, son of Thomas Dalton, butcher

Mercy Morton, milloner, daur. of Joh. Morton, haberdasher of hats

William Pattrick, merchant taylor, son of George Pattrick, merchant taylor

John Wynne, esq., son of Sir Ric. Wynne, Kt., Serjt.-at-Law, city council

William Wilson, barber surgeon, son of Robert Wilson, weaver

John Matthews, staymaker, son of John Matthews, artizen skinner

Thomas Allanson, plumer and glazier, son of Thomas Allanson, plum. and glaz.

Tho. Auston, merchant taylor, son of Silvester Auston, stuffweaver

John Bell, carpenter, son of John Bell, carpenter

William Walker, cordwainer, son of Matthew Walker, baker

George Kipling, bricklayer, son of Anthony Kipling, bricklayer

22 GEO. II, JAMES ROWE, ESQ., MAYOR. MR. JOH. STOW, MERCER, MR. THO. CORDLEY, MERCH., MR. BEN. ATKINSON, MR. JOH. HARPER, HABERDASHERS OF HATS, MR. SAM. STABLER, BOOKSELLER, MR. THO. MARFITT, SALTER, CHAMBERLAINS

Charles Marshall, woolen draper

William Browne, merchant taylor

Christopher Lonsdale, sadler

John Jefferson, translator

William Cant, butcher

John Fox, winecooper

William Hill, butcher

William Topcliffe, translator

Ambr. Beckwith, goldsmith, by order

Thomas Perkins, aledraper, by order

John Bramham, butcher

William Johnson, innholder, by order

Francis Boss, porter, by order

Benjamin Smith, flaxdresser

William Drew, joyner and carpenter, by order

John Cracroft, apothecary

John Lofthouse, inholder and vintner, by order

Samuel Wormald, tanner, by order

Thomas Hunter, vintner and inholder, by order

Tho. Tate, brewer and malster

Thomas Rothwell, cotton weaver, gratis, by order

George Gellson, carpenter, by order

By Patrimony

Leonard Smith, butcher, son of Leonard Smith, mason

Thomas Spooner; mercer, son of Thomas Spooner, mercer

James Platts, painter stainer, son of Timothy Platts, barber surgeon

George Waite, cork cutter, son of Henry Waite, linnen weaver

William Rudd, marriner, son of George Rudd, linnenweaver

Christopher Raper, marriner, son of Thomas Raper, carpenter

John Appleton, bricklayer, son of Richard Appleton, tanner

Philemon Marsh, clerk, son of Philemon Marsh, master and mariner

Elizabeth Dunn, linnen weaver, daur. of William Dunn, barber surgeon

Thomas Walker, gardiner, son of Thomas Walker, butcher

Richard Sands, felmonger and glover, son of James Sands, cordwainer

Mark Dalton, butcher, son of Thomas Dalton, butcher

John Bean, labourer, son of John Bean, joyner

Thomas Tireman, flaxdresser, son of William Tireman, currier

John Watson, marriner, son of William Watson, marriner

John Maxwell, son of Benjamin Maxwell, carpenter

William Jolliffe, merchant, son of John Jolliffe, marriner

William Crosby, labourer, son of Richard Crosby, baker

William Kirby, artizan skinner, son of William Kirby, artizan skinner

John Raper, gentleman, son of John Raper, esquire

George Banks, butcher, son of William Banks, carpenter

Thomas Pitts, marriner, son of Thomas Pitts, carpenter

James Atkinson, apothecary, son of Charles Atkinson, grocer

Mary Preston, daughter of Richard Preston, tallow chandler

23 GEO. II, MATH. LISTER, ESQ., MAYOR. MR. WILL. AGAR, PINNER, MR. JOH. WILLIAMSON, MR. THO. CLARK AND MR. WILL. REDSHAW, MERCHANTS, MR. STEP. BUCKLE, GOLDSMITH, MR. FRAN. BILTON, LIN. WEAV., CHAMBERLAINS

John Fletcher, translator

John Oddie, whitesmith

Joseph Gorwood, pewterer

Edw. Drake, apothecary, by order

James Astington, vintner, by order

Rich. Cawson, aledraper, by order

Rich. Hunt, aledraper, by order

Rob. Hewson, innholder, by order

Francis Thompson, innholder

Joseph Philips, aledraper, by order

John Ellis, baker

William Ellison, joyner

Thomas Braithwaite, innholder, by order

Joseph Priestley, innholder, by order

Robert Skarrett, aledraper, by order

Dorothy Mallison, widow

William Saunderson, ale draper, by order

Will. Dutton, yeoman, by order

Simpson Lambert, joiner, by order

Robert Agar, butcher

George Waind, brickmaker, by order

Christopher Heslup, currier

Edmund Newton, innholder, by order

Tho. Eadson, barber chirurgeon

Will. Beane, innholder, by order

John Burnistone, merch. taylor

Isaac Houseley, aledraper, by ord.

Robert Sadler, carpenter

John Baldwin, aledraper

Peter Johnson, jr., esq., by order, gratis

George Rommans, bricklayer

Elizabeth Layton, milliner

Elizabeth Huggans, milliner

Richard Dawson, cooper

Thomas Allford, cooke

William Ridgeway, mariner

George Cowley, glass grinder, by order

By Patrimony

Thomas Elliott, brazier, son of Thomas Elliott, shoemaker

Thomas Shaftoe, sailor, son of George Shaftoe, barber

Luke Silburne, wine cooper, son of Robert Silburne, baker

Rachael Rhodes, widow, daughter of Richard Lund, tallow chandler

Mary Cameron, widow, daughter of David Fleming, joyner

John Lazenby, husbandman, son of John Lazenby, butcher

William Broxup, blacksmith, son of William Broxup, blacksmith

Gertrude Rhodes, milliner, daughter of Charles Rhodes, goldsmith

Robert Hall, baker, son of John Hall, baker

John Godson, heckler, son of Thomas Godson, heckler

John Askham, furrier, son of William Askham, furrier

Henry Raper, merchant, son of John Raper, esq., alderman

John Elwick, merchant taylor, son of John Elwick, merchant taylor

Elizabeth Wilton, linendraper, daughter of Rob. Wilton, cordwainer

Elizabeth Preston, linendraper, daughter of Richard Preston, tallow chandler

Peter Hunter, baker, son of Peter Hunter, baker

George Dawson, mariner, son of Richard Dawson, cobler

Mary Bainbridge, widow, daughter of John Todd, mercer

John Hunton, cordwainer, son of Richard Hunton, cordwainer

Nicholas Boldock, flaxdresser, son of Thomas Boldock, flaxdresser

Andrew Kilvington son of Andrew Kilvington als. Mercer, weaver

Margaret Shotton, widow, daughter of George Smeaton, taylor

Thomas Wilson, mariner, son of Thomas Wilson, marriner

Philip Knapton, barber surgeon, son of John Knapton, millwright

William Thirnam, farmer, son of Francis Thirnam, farmer

Edward Johnson, son of Richard Johnson, flaxdresser

William Bradley, son of Henry Bradley, innholder

Charles Wright, tallow chandler, son of Matthew Wright, tallow chandler

John Wrightson, carpenter, son of John Wrightson, blacksmith

24 GEO. II, GEO. SKELTON, ESQ., MAYOR. MR. THO. BOWES, APOTH., JOS. DEIGHTON, BARB. SURG., LAURENCE SLATER, SKINNER, JOS. HAWKSWORTH, WINE MERCH., WILL. HALL, BREWER, THO. ELLIS, STAYMAKER, CHAMBERLAINS

Edw. Matterson, plum. & glazier

George Allen, brushmaker

John Fountain, cordwainer

Robert Thompson, cordwainer

Eliz. Rothery, milliner, by order

Robert Godson, butcher

Thomas Scott, baker

William Swift, gardiner

Robert Leadley, tallow chandler

Edward Wilkinson, joyner

John Smith, clockmaker, by ord.

John Mawson, bricklayer

John Scott, millwright, by order

Richard Nelstrop, bricklayer

John Spencer, baker, by order

By Patrimony

Henry Launsdale, son of Henry Launsdale, felmonger and glover

Thomas Wilson, bookseller, son of Thomas Wilson, cordwainer

James Benson, whitesmith, son of John Benson, whitesmith

Robert Gilson, cordwainer, son of John Gilson, translator

John Kibblewhite, joiner, son of Robert Kibblewhite, bricklayer

Henry Anderson, combmaker, son of Robert Anderson, combmaker

David Bilton, chandler & grocer, son of William Bilton, cooper

Benjamin Mancklin, cabinet maker, son of Benjamin Mancklin, furrier

Matthew Lee, whitesmith, son of Joseph Lee, baker

Richard Wray, tallow chandler, son of Peter Wray, cordwainer

Richard Benson, bricklayer, son of David Benson, baker

Christopher Severs, butcher, son of Leonard Severs, butcher

Thomas Atkinson, marriner, son of Thomas Atkinson, currier

William Elston, butcher, son of Joseph Elston, merchant taylor

James Richardson, apothecary, son of John Richardson, gentleman

William Dealtry, flaxdresser, son of William Dealtry, hosier & pinner

25 GEO. II, JAMES BARNARD, ESQ., MAYOR. MR. WILL. YATES, MR. WILL. MUSGRAVE, MR. MATTH. COAEN, MR. THO. GREEN, MR. THO. HUNGATE, MR. ALEX. HARRISON, CHAMBERLAINS, FROM THE FEAST OF ST. BLAISE 1750, OLD STYLE, TO THE SAME FEAST 1752, NEW STYLE

Thomas Hutton, miller

Robert Rennison, butcher

James Wiggans, druggist

Rob. Wright, innholder, by order

Jos. Yarrow, printer & stationer

Will. Lonsdale, plum. and glazier

John Ward, sadler

William Beckwith, mercer

William Young, cabinet maker

John Tate, joiner

Tho. Reaston, master & mariner

Robert Drake, merchant taylor

Robert Carr, innholder, by order

Robert Ellen, innholder, by order

William Allan, baker

Thomas Todd, tallow chandler

Ric. Gibson, apothecary, by ord.

Thomas Beal, innholder, by ord.

Joseph Mollett, innholder, by ord.

Joseph Netherwood, winecooper

Amos Horseman, fishmonger, by order

By Patrimony

Jacob Cooper, mariner, son of John Cooper, tallow chandler

Thomas Read Whitaker, merchant, son of Samuel Whitaker, grocer

Robert Pickering, a Quaker, tanner, son of Robert Pickering, a Quaker, tanner

Michael Jackson, son of John Jackson, innholder

Robert Rudd, linnen weaver, son of John Rudd, linnen weaver

Leonard Stephenson, yeoman, son of Moses Stephenson, taylor

John Knapton, vintner, son of John Knapton, millwright

James Harrison, son of John Harrison, chandler

Elizabeth Mordaunt, daughter of Matthew Mordaunt, innkeeper

Edward Masser, butcher, son of Thomas Masser, butcher

William Dawson, cordwainer, son of William Dawson, cordwainer

John Tate, corkcutter, son of John Tate, tanner

John Buttrey, merchant, son of John Buttrey, silkweaver

Christopher Rawden, shalloon maker, son of Chris. Rawden, brewer

Oswald Langwith, clerk, son of James Langwith, whitesmith

26 GEO. II, WILL. COATES, ESQ., MAYOR. MR. THO. PERRITT, MR. THEOPH. GARENCIERS, MR. EDW. PORTEUS, MR. WILL. SMITH, MR. TIM. WHITE, MR. HEWORTH, CHAMBERLAINS

Thomas Suttle, wine cooper

John Watson, barber chyrurgeon

William Wilson, translator

Robert Ward, flaxdresser

Richard Davis, jr., marriner

Joh. Lister, cur. & leathercutter

Richard Routh, mercer

Tho. Clark, cur. & leather seller

William Baumbrough, bricklayer, by order

Robert Hepenstall, innholder, by order

William Mason, grocer, by order

Chris. Firbanke, carver & mason

John Tuke, haberdasher, by order

James Fryer, sadler

Henry Jowett, flaxdresser

John Hodgson, tallow chandler

John Hartley, glover

John Gray, by order

Jos. Prentice, whitesmith, by ord.

Sir John Armytage, bart., by ord.

Edward Pool, aledraper, by order

Jos. Sharp, gunsmith, by order

Tho. Gilbank, coal merchant, by order

Richard Bealby, baker

Tho. Stanforth, innholder, by ord.

Thomas Maugham, baker

William Hesletine, gardiner

John Blacklock, marriner

John Horseman, innholder, by order

Richard Cayley, jeweller, by ord.

Hardy Flower, innholder, by ord.

Will. Burdsall, innholder, by ord.

John Cooper, bricklayer, by order

William Peckitt, glass painter & stainer, by order, gratis

By Patrimony

John Coble, joiner, son of John Coble, victualler

Stephen Appleyard, plummer and glazier, son of Mark Appleyard, plummer and glazier

Ann Morton, milliner, daughter of John Morton, haberdasher

William Allen, junior, grocer, son of William Allen, taylor

Christopher Gainforth, gardiner, son of Francis Gainforth, gardiner

Thomas Jennings, carpenter, son of William Jennings, carpenter

Henry Hudson, brazier, son of William Hudson, silversmith

William Tuke, grocer, son of Samuel Tuke, stuff weaver

Robert Hartley, flaxdresser, son of Robert Hartley, flaxdresser

Thomas Goodrick, bricklayer, son of Thomas Goodrick, bricklayer

Richard Spink, salter, son of Richard Spink, yeoman

Richard Preston, tallow chandler, son of Richard Preston, tallow chandler

Thomas Mason, whitesmith, son of John Mason, whitesmith

James Baines, bricklayer, son of Peter Baines, bricklayer

Thomas Calvert, cabinet maker, son of Joshua Calvert, joiner

William Johnson, brickmaker, son of Richard Johnson, ropemaker

John Hall, staymaker, son of Andrew Hall, pipe and trunk maker

John Hall, barber, son of John Hall, baker

Thomas Godson, heckler, son of Thomas Godson, heckler

John Little, yeoman, son of Thomas Little, yeoman

Henry Askwith, taylor, son of Samuel Askwith, cooper

Jeremiah als. Jeremy Sowden, son of William Sowden, sleddman

John Swann, schoolmaster, son of William Swann, glazier

John Oliver, carpentar, son of John Oliver, miller

John Ovington, barber surgeon, son of Henry Ovington, brewer

John Harrison, tallow chandler, son of John Harrison, chandler

Peter Theakston, butcher, son of Peter Theakston, butcher

27 GEO. II, RIC. LAWSON, ESQ. MR. LEO. TERRY, MR. GEO. ATKINSON, MR. GEO. BECKWITH, MR. EDW. MOORHOUSE, MR. EDW. PLUMPTON, MR. ARTH. SHEPHERD, CHAMBERLAINS

Joseph Swaile, joiner

Edward Lonsdale of Lancaster, breeches maker & leatherseller

Thomas Birkett, blacksmith

Thomas Scruton, bricklayer

John Powell, butcher

John Cartwright, miller

John Riley, wheelwright

William Knipe, butcher

John Palmes, haberdasher of hatts and leatherseller

William Grant, joiner and carpentar, by order

Will. Hauxwell, join. and carpent.

John Ramsey, grocer, by order

Samuel Pawson, merchant, by order

John Eland, bricklayer

Michael Ellis, bricklayer

William Jennings, marriner

Robert Swailes, baker

Matthew Lee, tinman

Roger Southeron of New Malton, merchant taylor

Joseph Hindley, clock and watchmaker

Thomas Robson, translator

John Headlam, mason

Thomas Taylor, wheelwright

Richard Greenwood, weaver, by order

By Patrimony

Joseph Cattle, translator, son of William Cattle, flaxdresser

Ambrose Collyer, translator, son of John Collyer, translator

John Silcock, tinplate worker, son of William Silcock, whitesmith

Thomas Cade, translator, son of Thomas Cade, translator

Francis Lowther, son of Nathaniel Lowther, winecooper

Bryant Owram, butterfactor, son of John Owram, cook

Thomas Dodgson, taylor, son of Thomas Dodgson, combmaker

Thomas Graves, yeoman, son of Matthew Graves, linnen weaver

Robert Graves, yeoman, son of the said Matthew Graves

Joseph Graves, yeoman, son of the said Matthew Graves

William Smith, cooper, son of Thomas Smith, flaxdresser

Marmaduke Bullock, whitesmith, son of Marm. Bullock, whitesmith

George Hick, blacksmith, son of Thomas Hick, junior, butcher

Thomas Wilson, breeches maker, son of Thomas Wilson, merchant taylor

Joh. Thompson of Knaresbrough, lin. weaver, son of Joh. Thompson, glazier

John Overend, fishmonger, son of John Overend, fishmonger

George Bilton, cutler, son of William Bilton, cooper

John Taylor, mason, son of George Taylor, cordwainer

Thomas Earl, bricklayer, son of George Earle, gardiner

Geo. Metcalfe, ivory combmaker, son of Tho. Metcalfe, butcher

Livenea Starkey, daughter of Ezekiel Starkey, whitesmith

Nicholas Nixon, printer, son of Joshua Nixon, butcher

James Croft, plummer and glazier, son of Martin Croft, plummer and glazier

Thomas Ewbank, staymaker, son of Robert Ewbank, staymaker

Thomas Matthews, vintner, son of Paul Matthews, innholder

James Wenfield, joiner, son of John Wenfield, marriner

Robert Taylor, joiner, son of Robert Taylor, joiner

William Taylor, joiner, son of Robert Taylor, joiner

William Cobb, joiner, son of John Cobb, victualler

John Severs, taylor, son of Leonard Severs, butcher

John Laurence, marriner, son of John Laurence, baker

28 GEO. II, THO. MATTHEWS, ESQ., MAYOR. MR. BARNARD LENTWERE, MR. WM. BILTON, MR. JOH. PENNICK, MR. JOS. EDWARDS, MR. ROB. ELLISON, MR. THO. ELLTON, CHAMBERLAINS

Richard Slaton, winecooper

Robert Simpson, joiner

Michael Potts, joiner

Benjamin Snow, bricklayer

Edward Reed, merchant taylor

Andrew Suddren, felmonger

William Gregson, bricklayer

Simon Clough, cooper

Thomas Nixon, merchant taylor

John Mills, barber chirurgeon

Thomas Stephenson, merchant taylor

Thomas Scott, barber surgeon

John Peirson, silk mercer, by order

John Sever, vintner, by order

John Labron, grocer, by order

Rob. Grews, joiner and carpentar

John Jackson, malster, by order

Richard Carr, yeoman, by order

James Atkinson, staymaker

John Harrison, butcher, by order

Tho. Blyth, cordwainer, by order

William Brewster, bricklayer

Tho. Prince, cheesemong., by order

Charles Erskine, sadler, by order

Robert Ledger, lin. draper, by order

John Smith, translator

Marwood Bustard, mercer

William Walsh, baker

Joshua Daniel, barber chirurgeon

John Ridsdale, merchant taylor

Richard Drew, coppersmith and braizier

George Atkinson, currier, leathercutter and leatherseller

Benjamin Lund, printer

Matthew Daniel, tallowchandler and soapboiler

John Bell, joiner, by order

Richard Stead, yeoman, by order

John Shaw, translator

Will. Nicholson, fishmonger, by order

Joh. Standeven, pottseller, by ord.

George Haddock, porter, by order

John Shepherd, innholder, by order

Phineas Philips, cordwainer, by order

George Hornby, carpentar

John Sanderson, joiner

Simon Smith, flaxdresser

Thomas Bell, butcher

William Archer, tobacconist, by order

By Patrimony

George Marsh, clerk, son of George Marsh, clerk

William Thompson, cooper, son of John Thompson, tanner

James Ryley, staymaker, son of William Ryley, merchant taylor

Thomas Blansh, marriner, son of Enock Blansh, porter

Richard Dalton, bricklayer, son of William Dalton, joiner

Thomas Greenup, cordwainer, son of John Greenup, merchant taylor

Philip Greenup, flaxdresser, son of John Greenup, merchant taylor

John Humphry, labourer, son of Francis Humphrey, tanner

Leonard Camage, taylor, son of Leonard Camage, translator

John Camage, translator, son of Leonard Camage, translator

Thomas Preston, joiner, son of Thomas Preston, baker

Robert Hodgson, marriner, son of Thomas Hodgson, marriner

Robert Camage, translator, son of Leonard Camage, translator

John Emmerson, linnenweaver, son of Thomas Emmerson, linnenweaver

Frederick Moxon, bricklayer, son of Hewley Moxon, upholsterer

Peter Wilson, winecooper, son of Leonard Wilson, winecooper

Jonathan Bennington, dyer, son of Michael Bennington, dyer

John Collier, baker, son of John Collier, translator

William Woodell, cordwainer, son of William Woodell, cordwainer

Fran. Braithwaite, join. and carpent., son of Joh. Braithwaite, baker

Zacharias Broxup, labourer, son of Zacharias Broxup, clothier

Richard Camidge, cordwainer, son of Robert Camidge, bricklayer

John Howgrave, marriner, son of John Howgrave, sledgman

Mark Ambler, labourer, son of Mark Ambler, innholder

Henry Buttery, miller, son of Henry Buttery, labourer

Ric. Rawden, fellmong. and glov., son of Joh. Rawden, felmong. and glov.

Will. Walker, joiner and carpenter, son of Samuel Walker, tanner

William Silcock, whitesmith, son of William Silcock, whitesmith

Leonard Newcombe, fishmonger, son of Leonard Newcombe, fishmonger

Thomas Mace, butcher, son of Joshua Mace, taylor

Christopher Newstead, carpenter, son of George Newstead, carpenter

Tho. Newstead, soapboil. and tallowchand., son of Geo. Newstead, carpent.

Robert Woodhouse, merchant, son of Thomas Woodhouse, combmaker

William Wyrell, linnen weaver, son of John Wyrell, linnen weaver

John Pattison, officer in excise, son of John Pattison, pewterer

Thomas Coultart, labourer, son of William Coultart, miller

Elizabeth Greenbury, brewer, daughter of Joshua Greenbury, tanner

Stephen Baker, cook, son of William Baker, cook

John Forster, staymaker, son of Valentine Forster, taylor

John Creighton, merchant taylor, son of Archibald Creighton, merchant taylor

Christopher Heslup, currier, son of Christopher Heslup, currier

Robert Flint, skinner, son of Thomas Flint, malster and tanner

John Hotham, haberdasher, son of William Hotham, merchant

Matthew Rayson, carpentar, son of Matthew Rayson, carpentar

Christopher Jackson, barber surgeon, son of Christopher Jackson, marriner

Benjamin Hall, marriner, son of John Hall, baker

John Gibson of Wheldrake, yeoman, son of John Gibson, bricklayer

John Askwith, mercer and draper, son of Samuel Askwith, cooper

Walter Merry, framework knitter, son of Samuel Merry, weaver

Joseph Hudson, tanner, son of Timothy Hudson, tanner

29 GEO. II, RIC. FARRER, ESQ., MAYOR. MR. ROB. DEIGHTON, MR. BEN. MURGATROYD, MR. JOS. WIGGINS, MR. GEO. COATES, MR. RIC. WOOD, WILL. SLATER, CHAMBERLAINS

Robert Robinson, winecooper

John Hall, barber

Robert Fawcitt, flaxdresser

John Lockwood, barb. chirurgeon

James Coates, merchant taylor

John Graves, innholder, by order

Thomas Frewd, translator

Bryan Hardcastle, baker

John Jowett, currier and leather cutter

Jos. Simpson, victual. and vint.

James Palister, currier, by order

Will. Cockran, coachmaker, by order

Robert White, carpentar

Anthony Harwood, butcher

John Harrison, butcher

Thomas Wilkinson, carpentar

Richard Carlton, translator

John Herbert carpentar & joyner

George Thorp, butcher

John Dickinson, innholder, by order

Mountague Giles, brickmaker, by order

Francis Gatliffe, jeweller, by ord.

Lydia Rhodes, basketmaker, by order

John Pearson, innholder, by ord.

John Atkinson, confectioner

Henry Hodgson, barber

John Whisker, cabinet maker

Henry Meacy, ropemaker

George Kidd, tanner, by order

George Hill, labourer, by order

John Thompson, translator

William Ellis, merchant taylor

Richard Atkinson, innholder, by order

Benjamin Taylor, hornbraker and combmaker

Peter Goullett, jeweller, by order

Joshua Lea, blacksmith

William Thomas, marriner

Joh. Nowell, carpenter & joyner

Geo. Williamson, glover, by order

Matthew Spence, innholder, by order

James Luntley (?), glover, by ord.

By Patrimony

Tho. Whytehead, breechesmaker, son of Chris. Whytehead, currier

John Haxby, flaxdresser, son of Robert Haxby, joiner

John Thompson, butcher, son of John Thompson, tanner

Charles Richardson, merchant, son of James Richardson, merchant

George Mortimer, son of Thomas Mortimer, porter

Robert Kibblewhite, bricklayer, son of Rob. Kibblewhite, bricklayer

George Silcock, labourer, son of John Silcock, carpentar

Jonathan Williams, painter, son of Hen. Williams, hornpresser and combmaker

James Godson, dyer, son of Thomas Godson, heckler

Thomas Waite, sawyer, son of Thomas Waite, whitesmith

Thomas Raysin, son of Matthew Raysin, carpentar

Richard Hardy, barber, son of Richard Hardy, translator

Thomas Flint, taylor, son of John Flint, marriner

Eliz. Reynoldson, milliner, dau. of George Reynoldson, upholsterer

Robert Craven, perukemaker, son of John Craven, translator

Henry Barnard, joyner, son of William Barnard, barber chirurgeon

Charles Atkinson, surgeon, son of Charles Atkinson, grocer

Anthony Bell, cooper, son of Richard Bell, cooper

John Wilson of Ripon, breechesmaker, son of Thomas Wilson, merchant taylor

Thomas Jackson, translator, son of William Jackson, translator

Butler Burton, grocer, son of Thomas Burton, tanner

William Mackerell, butcher, son of Henry Mackerell

Robert Masterman, tinker, son of Robert Masterman, joyner

William Hagues, carpentar, son of John Hagues, joyner

Robert Greenup, cutler, son of John Greenup, merchant taylor

John Dalton, butcher, son of Thomas Dalton, butcher

George Bulmer, silkweaver, son of Peter Bulmer, silkweaver

Edward Addison, taylor, son of Edward Addison, taylor

John Turpin, translator, son of George Turpin, translator

Will. Calvert, Burton Leonard, cordwainer, son of Will. Calvert, butcher

Malby Baildon, taylor, son of William Baildon, taylor

Henry Lowther, cabinet maker, son of Luke Lowther, innholder

Henry Ovington, husbandman, son of Henry Ovington, brewer

Thomas Smith, joiner, son of William Smith, joiner

Fletcher Gawthrop, cordwainer, son of Will. Gawthrop, cordwainer

Thomas Lund, gentleman, son of Thomas Lund, merchant taylor

Thomas James, musician, son of Thomas James, cordwainer

Thomas Barnard, carpentar and joiner, son of Tho. Barnard, baker

30 GEO. II, GEO. FOX-LANE, ESQ., MAYOR. MR. SAM. PAWSON, MR. SETH AGAR, MR. NATH. BELL, MR. JOH. ATKINSON, MR. HEN. DRIFFIELD, MR. ROB. BARKER, CHAMBERLAINS

Richard Gellson, cordwainer

Alexander Ringhorn, translator

Chris. Brown, barber chirurgeon

John Pearson, barber chirurgeon

Rob. Cook, brazier & coppersmith

Mr. John Carr, stonecutter, by order

Joh. Wilson, blacksmith & farrier

William Stillingfleet, apothecary

George Gibson, carpenter

Rob. Consit, barber chirurgeon

Robert Scruton, taylor

Will. Heworth, carpenter & joiner

Robert Collett, innholder, by ord.

William Nicholson, fishmonger

Joseph Atkinson, stonecutter

William Pendleton, cordwainer

William Buckle, gent., by order

Richard Smith, porter, by order

John Hinxman, bookseller, by order

Thomas Gunthorpe, druggist and teaman, by order

Thomas Malton, jeweller and goldsmith, by order

Christopher Hunter, innholder

Thomas Hodgson, innholder, by order

William Newstead, brewer, by order

Francis Spencer, joiner

Ralph Wake, gardiner

Matthew Robinson, skinner, by order

Francis Hudson, pewterer, by order

By Patrimony

Valentine Banks als. Bamks of Beverley, butcher, son of William Bamks, carpenter

Richard Beeforth, whitesmith, son of John Beeforth, whitesmith

Anthony Bosomworth, butcher, son of Anthony Bosomworth, butcher

Francis Coulton, clockmaker, son of John Coulton, clockmaker

Anth. Robinson, framework knitter, son of Ric. Robinson, weaver

Thomas Flint, mariner, son of Thomas Flint, mariner

Richard Bland, merchant, son of John Bland, a sugar merchant

George Wrightson, haberdasher, son of William Wrightson, currier

Tho. Marshall, cabinet maker, son of James Marshall, cabinet maker

Richard Swaile, bricklayer, son of Henry Swaile, bricklayer

John Baynes, als. Barn, bricklayer, son of Thomas Barn, heckler

Thomas Fisher, butcher, son of Robert Fisher, butcher

William Hessey, tinner, son of William Hessey, tinner

Tobias Matthews, staymaker, son of Paul Matthews, innholder

John Beverley, cutler, son of Stephen Beverley, tanner

Thomas Fowler, butcher, son of Robert Fowler, baker

31 GEO. II, JOH. ALLANSON, ESQ., MAYOR. MR. EDW. STABLER, MR. HUGH ROBINSON, MR. RALPH TERRY, MR. JAMES CONYERS, MR. DAV. BUCKTROUT, MR. THO. ALLANSON, CHAMBERLAINS

William Dealtry, gardener

The Rt. Hon. William Pitt, esq., one of H. M.'s Principal Secs. of State, by order

The Rt. Hon. Hen. Bilson Legge, esq., Chancellor and Under Treasurer of H. M.'s Excheq.

Isaac Lea, cordwainer

Robert Tennant, innholder, by order

William Micklefield, butcher

Thomas Gray, baker

Henry Mawson, vintner

Jos. Deighton, brewer, by order

Tho. Beckwith, printer, by order

Thomas Kirby, dealer in bacon, by order

John Boyle, marriner

John Cooper, miller, by order

John Foster, painter stainer

Will. Hardwick, barber surgeon

Robert Abbott, merchant taylor

John Breary, whitesmith

Will. Barker, tinner, pinner and hosier

Tho. Walker, joiner and carpenter

Will. Petch, barber chirurgeon

Joseph Marsh, stay maker

Samuel Richinson, cordwainer

William Joy, painter stainer

George Fell, bricklayer

William Holburn, merch. taylor

Thomas Scales, joiner

Henry Dowthwaite, translator

James Wodburn, bricklayer

Robert Storey, merchant taylor

Isaac Spence, ropemaker

John Hayes, translator

Thomas Thompson, translator

John Turpin, corkcutter

Richard Metcalf, merchant taylor

John Fletcher, winecooper

John Lund, baker

Richard Dove, flaxdresser

John Crowder, barber surgeon

Thomas Green, innholder

William Loftas, winecooper

Francis Barton, merchant taylor

Charles Earnest, hornbreaker

Tho. Robinson, barber surgeon

John Naylor, grocer and skinner

Thomas Gregory, bricklayer

Robert Cundall, bricklayer

William Jackson, translator

Thomas Pearse, brushmaker

Robert Plaxton, brewer

Robert Williamson, merchant taylor

John Pendleton, cordwainer

Edmund Parkinson, silkweaver

George Hebdon, translator

William Hanlay, translator

James Hemsley, linnenweaver

George Ward, cordwainer

Tho. Carter, brewer and malster

John Rudderforth, translator

Joseph Ward, fellmaker (sic)

John North, whitesmith

Thomas Pendleton, flaxdresser

Thomas Maskell, barber surgeon

William Willshaw, mason

Peter Barriff, glover and skinner

George Philliskirk, brasier, coppersmith and bellfounder

John Lofthouse, brewer and victualer

Thomas Moore, merchant taylor

John Chambers, bricklayer

Robert Harrison, bricklayer

Matthew Hesle, barber surgeon

Robert Pearson, painter

John Newton, dyer and weaver

William Elam, carpenter

Ralph Marshall, join, and carpent.

Rich. Bowness, carpent. and join.

Joseph Settle, joiner

John Haslewood, bricklayer

Thomas Upton, cordwainer

William Mitchelson, merchant taylor

Robert Brown, barber surgeon

John Preston, corkcutter

Richard Scruton, translator

John Tinker, merchant taylor

John Huntley, gardener

Geo. White, linnen and cotton weaver

Will. Foy, glover and fellmonger

John Willison, merchant taylor

Thomas Ashton, bricklayer

James Harrison, blacksmith

Robert Holmes, cordwainer

George Skilbeck, joiner

Benjamin Lumley, combmaker

Thomas Benson, gardiner

Thomas Holmes, merchant taylor

John Hargitt, whitesmith

Samuel Cave, whitesmith

Thomas Drake, joiner

Francis Anderton, painter stainer

William Bland, bricklayer

Richard Pearse, merchant taylor

William Head, merchant taylor

Anthony Cooper, butcher

David Wright, silkweaver

George Scarbrough, blacksmith

Thomas Bolton, merchant taylor

William Lofthouse, innholder and vintner

William Watson, bricklayer

Richard Padget, merchant taylor

Thomas Hardy, winecooper

Peter Matterson, winecooper

Will. Osterfield, merchant taylor

Thomas Coates, merchant taylor

John Frend, whitesmith

Edmund Frankland, innholder, by order

Anthony Iveson, victualer, by order

George Dickson, aledraper, by order

William Lyon, innholder, by order

John Beilby, innholder, by order

John Mawlam, innholder, by order

James Rhodes, brewer, by order

Robert Lane, esq., by order

William Featherstonhaugh, innholder, by order

Rob. Braithwaite, innholder, by order

Samuel Strickland, innholder, by order

David Jackson, innholder, by order

James Coates, printer

John Corner, farrier and blacksmith

James Harrison, chandler

William Jackson, joiner

Will. Fewster, carpenter and joiner

Richard Bywater, carpenter, painter stainer

James Monkman, furrier, by order

George Skelton, butcher

Francis Parkin, flaxdresser

William Harlow, ropemaker

Tho. Saunderson, plummer and glazier

William King, whitesmith

Edward Bateman, translator

John Ellison, barber surgeon

William Avison, merchant taylor

Robert Bignall, butcher

Samuel Parish, merchant taylor

Christopher Briggs, wine merchant

Francis Preston, barber surgeon

Thomas Hexham, barber surgeon

Ananias Bottomley, flaxdresser

John Clark, merchant

Strafford Lyghtborn, barber surgeon

William Coverdale, carpenter

Tho. Mounsey, dyer and presser

William Clark, clockmaker

Richard Bland, cordwainer

William Nelson, butcher

James Nevison, bricklayer

James Fleming, cabinet maker

Thomas Bland, innholder

John Owbridge, translator

James Cunningham, hornbreaker

George Rickerby, merchant taylor

William Wynn, bricklayer

Richard Jackson, merchant taylor

Richard Dobson, merchant taylor

William Foxton, tallow chandler

James Parkinson, feltmaker

Jeremiah Ford, carpenter

Dennis Watson, merchant taylor

John Whalley, stuffweaver and dyer

Jos. Knowles, stuffweaver & dyer

Will. Mosey, currier & leath. cut.

William Howton, miller

Ralph Hawksworth, whitesmith

William Morrett, barber surgeon

Stephen Procter, joiner

Richard Sledmar, basketmaker

Henry Lightfoot, grocer

John Barker, butcher

Will. Ewbank, merchant taylor

Matthew Almond, mason

James Harrison, butcher

Edward Morley, butcher

John Earnest, cordwainer

Henry Edmonds, bricklayer

Tho. Lockwood, merchant taylor

Nicholas Robinson, ropemaker

Thomas Blacket, brazier

James Gill, joiner

Leonard Hopkinson, ropemaker

William Headley, blacksmith

Jonathan Wood, carpenter

David Cock, miller

James Cattle, baker

Barnard Ackroyd, brewer

William Marley, butcher

William Bingley, innholder

George Rushforth, cordwainer

Squire Giles, butcher

William Wortley, baker

John Grayson, barber surgeon

George Rose, winecooper

William Joy, cooper

Edw. Harrison, fellmonger and glover

Charles Brookbank, painter

Thomas Lawson, apothecary

John Ashbrook, currier

William Firth, merchant taylor

Joseph Campey, clockmaker

Edward Elwick, upholster

Thomas Linton, glazier

John Wood, butcher

Robert Scruton, innholder

Matthew Darby, cordwainer

Robert Howson, stuffweaver

Tho. Atkinson, barber surgeon

William Garencieres, upholster

William Dotson, baker

Richard Lofthouse, cordwainer

Seth Morritt, barber surgeon

Richard Hogg, merchant taylor

Thomas Bowser, briddlecutter

Christopher Harrison, cordwainer

John Garnett, dyer and presser

John Bull, printer

Daniel Campbell, master and marriner

George Lyth, cabinet maker

Benjamin Snow, hornbreaker

Edward Darby, merchant taylor

John Jackson, barber surgeon

William Hields, patentmaker

George Rigby, whitesmith

Richard Peacock, whitesmith

Thomas Powell, barber surgeon

Will. Blanchard, merchant taylor

Samuel Lancaster, mariner

Robert Atkinson, grocer

Joseph Cartwright, baker

Richard Rodwell, wine cooper

Richard Hill, grocer

Anthony Ellison, whitesmith

Robert Dotson, barber surgeon

Mark Brown, cordwainer

Thomas Jerman, wine cooper

John Lofthouse, wine cooper

Christopher Wilson, grocer

Thomas Savill, fellmonger

Thomas Wilkinson, wine cooper

John Allanson, merchant

George Jenning, mariner

By Patrimony

William Jefferson, grocer, son of John Jefferson, pannyerman

George Burton, breeches maker, son of Thomas Burton, bricklayer

Henry Whaton, winecooper, son of Edward Wharton, winecooper

Samuel Tuke, stuffweaver, son of Samuel Tuke, stuffweaver

Christopher Etherington, son of Christopher Etherington

Michael Fentiman, cabinet maker, son of John Fentiman, bricklayer

George Fawcett, marriner, son of George Fawcett, butcher

Thomas Metchelson, printer, son of Matthew Metchelson, merchant taylor

Francis Ellis, carpenter, son of Francis Ellis, carpenter

Robinson Abbott als. Abby, son of Matthew Abby, shipwright

Stapleton Slingsby, combmaker, son of William Slingsby, gardener

Thomas Walker, butcher, son of William Walker, cooper

Doilay Berkenshaw, baker, son of John Berkenshaw, miller

Peter Harrison, tallow chandler, son of John Harrison, tallow chandler

Stephen Greensides, hornbreaker, son of John Greensides, sawyer

Robert Gill, shoemaker, son of William Gill, flax and hempdresser

William Smith, baker, son of William Smith, carpenter

Robert Yeoman, ropemaker, son of John Yeoman, tanner

Thomas Smith, grocer, son of Thomas Smith, grocer

John Killam, roper, son of Mathias Killam, roper

Timothy Hudson, grocer, son of Robert Hudson, grocer

Thomas Edwards, glover, son of William Edwards, glover

Thomas Turner, joiner and carpenter, son of John Turner, clothier

William Smith of Foulford, son of John Smith, joiner

Thomas Hardisty, tanner, son of Thomas Hardisty, tanner

Thomas Shillito of Stutton, son of Thomas Shillito, butcher

Robert Kilvington, gardiner, son of Andr. Kilvington als. Mercer, weaver

Thomas Kilvington, taylor, son of Andrew Kilvington als. Mercer, weaver

John Metchelson, schoolmaster, son of Math. Metchelson, merchant taylor

James Gardner, joiner, wheelwright, son of George Gardener, joiner, wheelwright

John Holmes, son of Thomas Holmes, tobacco pipe maker

Thomas Ingleton, son of Thomas Ingleton, tanner

Morfoot Killam of Eskricke, yeoman, son of Robert Killam, mariner

Thomas Hardy of Sutton, yeoman, son of Thomas Hardy, miller

Tho. Pickard of Ulleskelf, skinner, son of Tho. Pickard, fellmonger

Thomas Severs, butcher, son of Leonard Severs, butcher

Francis Shepherd, bricklayer, son of Christopher Shepherd of Moor Monkton

John Fawcett, gardiner, son of John Fawcett, gardener

Robert Clough, plaisterer, son of Robert Clough, bricklayer

John Bannister, cordwainer, son of George Bannister, baker

William Johnson, gardiner, son of John Johnson, carpenter

George Harrison, cooper, son of John Harrison, cooper

Tho. Tunstall, blacksmith, son of Marmaduke Tunstall, whitesmith

Mathew Hayes, combmaker, son of Thomas Hayes, cordwainer

George Dovers, marriner, son of George Dovers, wheelwright

Thomas Fowler, carpenter, son of George Fowler, carpenter

George Wilson of Huntington, taylor, son of John Wilson, butcher

Will. Thompson of Pocklington, bricklayer, son of Will. Thompson, taylor

Tho. Grainger of Marston, butcher, son of Tho. Grainger, butcher

John Ellis, taylor, son of George Ellis, taylor

Thomas Dobson, son of Thomas Dobson, linnen weaver

Matthew Stott, translator, son of William Stott, linnenweaver

Matthias Dale, son of Thomas Dale, cordwainer

Philip Musgrave, linnenweaver, son of Marm. Musgrave, carpenter

William Dawson, taylor, son of George Dawson, cordwainer

Peter Joy, coney (sic) woolcutter, son of Seth Joy, miller

Cornelius Smith, ropemaker, son of Cornelius Smith, merch. taylor

John Weatherill, son of John Weatherill, whitesmith

Thomas Mackerell, translator, son of Henry Mackerell, cooper

Leonard Godson, glover, son of Thomas Godson, heckler

Robert Starkey, son of Ezekiel Starkey, whitesmith

John Middleton, yeoman, son of Richard Middleton, joiner

Charles Busfield, combmaker, son of Charles Busfield, carpenter

Thomas Thompson, son of Francis Thompson, labourer

William Richardson, son of John Richardson, merchant

Thomas England, cooper, son of Thomas England, cooper

Robert Mortimer of Bilton, yeoman, son of John Mortimer, taylor

Edward Riley, winecooper, son of William Riley, taylor

Christopher James, cordwainer, son of Thomas James, cordwainer

John Jennings, son of John Jennings, baker

William Clark, bricklayer, son of Samuel Clark, translator

John Smailes, gardener, son of Jeremy Smailes, baker

John Fleming, son of William Fleming, bricklayer

John Owram, gentleman, son of Matthew Owram, gentleman

James Woodhouse, combmaker, son of Thomas Woodhouse, combmaker

Thomas Milner, painter, son of Thomas Milner, victualer

John Ellis, goldsmith, son of Thomas Ellis, merchant taylor

Christopher Rawden, skinner, son of John Rawden, felmonger and glover

William Cadday, druggist, son of John Cadday, grocer

William Agar, druggist and chymist, son of Thomas Agar, esq.

Tho. Morley, son of Joh. Morley of Stillington, cordwainer

Samuel Waud, gentleman, son of Samuel Waud, gentleman

William Stott, linnenweaver, son of Nicholas Stott, linnenweaver

Richard Stott, linnenweaver, son of Nicholas Stott, linnenweaver

William Siddall, merchant taylor, son of Thomas Siddall, merchant taylor

Luke Hick, whitesmith, son of Samuel Hick, whitesmith

Baumont Oliver, hosier, son of Richard Oliver, brewer

William Dale, cordwainer, son of Thomas Dale, cordwainer

Tho. Hick of Walton, butcher, son of Allan Hick, butcher

Richard Foster, bricklayer, son of Richard Foster, cooper

William Hogg, gardener, son of William Hogg, lastmaker

Samuel Plowman, son of Robert Plowman, wheelwright

Thomas Relph, cordwainer, son of Thomas Relph, ropemaker

Tho. Haxby, musical instrument maker, son of Rob. Haxby, joiner

Matthew Potter, pattenmaker, son of Samuel Potter, skinner

Samuel Bulmer, son of Andrew Bulmer, brassfounder

Thomas Marsden, labourer, son of Richard Marsden, blacksmith

William Jackson, staymaker, son of William Jackson, taylor

Richard Mace, whitesmith, son of Joshua Mace, taylor

Thomas Flint, coppersmith, son of Thomas Flint, tanner

Joseph Baker, cook, son of William Baker, cook

Edward Moorhouse, merchant, son of Edward Moorhouse, merchant

Francis Moorhouse, linnendraper, son of Edward Moorhouse, merchant

William Benson, son of David Benson, baker

John Twist of Selby, ropemaker, son of John Twist, taylor

William Thompson, gentleman, son of Jonas Thompson, esq.

Thomas Stott, son of William Stott, linnenweaver

Samuel Carpenter, painter, son of James Carpenter, painter

Tho. Atkinson of Selby, bricklayer, son of Tho. Atkinson, bricklayer

John Bickers, yeoman, son of John Bickers, whitesmith

Thomas Bickers, cordwainer, son of John Bickers, whitesmith

Henry Bickers, whitesmith, son of John Bickers, whitesmith

Jeremiah Smith, upholder, son of John Smith, joiner

George Smith, apothecary, son of John Smith, joiner

James Wilstrop, sadler, son of Robert Wilstrop, sadler

Robert Lazenby, wine merchant, son of Thomas Lazenby, linedresser

Robert Stephenson, son of Valentine Stephenson, merchant taylor

Tho. Newstead of Stillington, blacksmith, son of Joh. Newstead, blacksmith

James Marshall of Leed, upholder, son of James Marshall, joyner

Thomas Loft, schoolmaster, son of Thomas Loft, taylor

John Walker, miller, son of James Walker, miller

Thomas Harrison of Quarryhill near Leeds, stuffmaker, son of Alexander Harrison, brewer

John Blenkhorn, joiner, son of John Blenkhorn, joiner

Charles Copeland, carver, son of Charles Copeland, paver

John Plowman, bricklayer, son of William Plowman

Ben. Pool of Flaxton, taylor, son of Ben. Harrison Pool, taylor

Stephen Brooke, brewer, son of Arthur Brooke, mercer

Tho. Burton of Selby, ropemaker, son of Tho. Burton, silkweaver

Thomas Plowman, painter, son of Robert Plowman, wheelwright

Henry Young, joiner, son of Richard Young, linnenweaver

Rob. Gowland of Knapton, yeoman, son of Robert Gowland, yeoman

James Boynton, clogmaker, son of James Boynton, taylor

Michael Duke, cordwainer, son of Thornton Duke, taylor

John Walker, hosier, son of William Walker, carpenter

Richard Poppleton, cabinet maker, son of Robert Poppleton, taylor

John Tarran, gentleman, son of Walter Tarran, haberdasher

John Poppleton of Hunslet, bricklayer, son of Jas. Poppleton, bricklayer

Miles Poppleton of Hunslet, bricklayer, son of Jas. Poppleton, bricklayer

John Calvert, son of Joshua Calvert, carpenter

Ben. Dawson of Hull, bricklayer, son of Joh. Dawson, miller

Geo. Chapman of Hull, bricklayer, son of Joh. Chapman, cordwainer

Joh. Storm of Hull, bricklayer, son of Joh. Storm, musician

Chas. Kipling of Kirbymoorside, gent., son of Tho. Kipling, gent.

Tho. Kipling of Kirbymoorside, mariner, son of Tho. Kipling, gent.

Ric. Johnson of Beverley, cordwainer, son of Ric. Johnson, flaxdresser

Fran. Byas of Hull, carpenter, son of Fran. Byas, fishmonger

Geo. Dodson of Hull, cabinetmaker, son of Geo. Dodson, joiner

Will. Wood of Leeds, feltmaker, son of Will. Wood, painter

Arth. Blakey of Silsden, weaver, son of Jos. Blakey, weaver

Tho. Simpson of Leeds, joyner, son of Tho. Simpson, joyner

Tho. Richmond of Hovingham, yeoman, son of Will. Richmond

William Hessey, tinner, son of William Hessey, tinner

Rob. Watson of Hull, sawyer, son of Will. Watson, carpenter

William Turpin, translator, son of George Turpin, translator

Tho. Bedford of Cawood, bricklayer, son of Tho. Bedford, bricklayer

Will. Crossby of Hunslet, bridlecutter, son of Rob. Crossby, gardener

Richard Morton, brazier, son of John Morton, brazier

Joh. Fawcett of Clifton, yeoman, son of Sim. Fawcett, taylor

George Silcock, brassfounder, son of William Silcock, whitesmith

Dan. Gray of Sheffield, cutler, son of Joh. Gray, carpenter

William Simpson, mason, son of William Simpson, joiner

Rob. Richardson of Leeds, clothworker, son of Will. Richardson, clogmaker

Jerem. Hepworth of Leeds, cord., son of Jeremiah Hepworth, cord.

John Saunderson, gardener, son of Thomas Saunderson, gardener

Ric. Prince of Hull, laborer, son of Joh. Prince, whitesmith

Will. Berwick of Leeds, inhold., son of Will. Berwick, ropemaker

Mart. Langwith of Bramhope, yeo., son of Joh. Langwith, goldsmith

Thomas Killington of Wakefield, printer, son of Thomas Killington, haberdasher and leatherseller

David Harker, schoolmaster, son of Robert Harker, winecooper

Sam. Brewster of Newcastle, coachmaker, son of Joh. Brewster, joiner

Thomas Hansome, yeoman, son of Thomas Hansome, linnenweaver

Hen. Godfrey of Hull, winecooper, son of Tho. Godfrey, inholder

Ric. Smithson of Thormanby, yeo., son of Ric. Smithson, weaver

John Todd of Nottingham, cabinetmaker, son of John Todd, joiner

John Bewley of Doncaster, tanner, son of Chris. Bewley, tanner

John Pattison of Darlington, weaver, son of Will. Pattison, miller

William Blakey of Skipton, schoolmaster, son of Joseph Blakey

Charles Whitehill of Huddersfield, cordwainer, son of Christopher Whitehill, cordwainer

Robert Barker, upholsterer, son of Robert Barker, upholsterer

John Hague, soldier, son of John Hague, joyner

Geo. Garbutt of Wakefield, butcher, son of John Garbutt, marriner

Robert Barn, labourer, son of Thomas Barn, heckler

Charles Watkinson, hornbreaker, son of Thomas Watkinson, hornbreaker

Richard Catterton, translator, son of John Catterton, translator

George Falconer, mariner, son of George Falconer, cook

Edw. Russam of Leeds, woolcomber, son of Jos. Russam, weaver

Jos. Russam of Leeds, woolcomber, son of Jos. Russam, stuffweaver

Thomas Heath, blacksmith, son of Thomas Heath, blacksmith

William Walker, yeoman, son of William Walker, cooper

John Walker, cooper, son of William Walker, cooper

Thomas Relph, innholder, son of William Relph, baker

Thomas Allen, cabinetmaker, son of Thomas Allen, barber surgeon

John Robinson, whitesmith, son of Leonard Robinson, joyner

Thomas Wood, painter, son of William Wood, painter

John Waud Chapman of Newcastle, upholsterer, son of John Waud, merchant taylor

John Ingleton, Newcastle, glassmaker, son of Tho. Ingleton, joiner

Richard Kidson, merchant taylor, son of Stephen Kidson, merchant taylor

Samuel Watkinson, yeoman, son of Joshua Watkinson, innholder

James Silburn, Gainsbrough, winecooper, son of Tho. Silburne, winecooper

Richard Sutcliff, druggist, son of George Sutcliffe, brickmaker

Jonathan Murton of Sheffield, cutler, son of John Murton, brazier

William Brack, labourer, son of John Brack, gentleman

John Hutchinson, Ripon, apoth., son of Sim. Hutchinson, apothecary

Francis Beeforth, Sheffield, pattenmaker, son of Robert Beeforth, merchant taylor

Sam. Procter of Leeds, cordwainer, son of Bryan Procter, barber

William Bilton, cooper, son of William Bilton, cooper

Charles Bilton, cooper, son of William Bilton, cooper

James Bilton, flaxdresser, son of William Bilton, cooper

John Ragget, Markenfield Hall, yeoman, son of John Raggett junior, butcher

Rob. Hudson of Malton, tallow chandler, son of Rob. Hudson, grocer

John Reynolds, son of George Reynolds, butter maker

George Jackson, barber surgeon, son of Francis Jackson, barber surgeon

John Fewsdale, Aldbro', breechesmaker, son of John Fewsdale, cordwainer

William Jackson of Malton, tallow chandler, son of Will. Jackson, tallow chandler

Chris. Sidgwick, cabinet maker, son of Will. Sidgwick, carpenter

John Stevenson, butcher, son of John Stevenson, butcher

John Blakey, Hallifax, horsebreaker, son of Joseph Blakey, weaver

Geo. Brown, Stockton-on-Tease, mariner, son of Geo. Brown, mariner

Edward Varley, Selby, translator, son of Will. Varley, winecooper

Martin Croft, glazier, son of Martin Croft, glazier

Tho. Blakey, South Owram, clothdresser, son of Jos. Blakey, weaver

John Masscer, cooper, son of Bryan Masser, rabbit seller

Will. Blackburn, Ripon, yeoman, son of Will. Blackburn, joyner

John Douthwaite, currier, son of Jeremiah Douthwaite, currier

Luke Topham, merchant taylor, son of Thomas Topham, milliner

Will. Butler of Thicket, gardener, son of Thomas Butler, porter

Peter Johnson of Leeds, paver, son of William Johnson, paver

Will. Reynolds of Leeds, glazier, son of Henry Reynolds, glazier

John Anderson, Bishop Auckland, woolcomber, son of John Anderson, joyner

Thomas Keay, musician, son of Thomas Keay, brassfounder

Tho. Hawkesworth, Whitby, flaxdresser, son of Tim. Hawkesworth, currier

Hen. Harrison, Pocklington, bricklayer, son of Ralph Harrison, bricklayer

Chris. Musgrave, Whitby, leatherdresser, son of Marm. Musgrave, carpenter

John Pollard, yeoman, son of John Pollard, merchant taylor

Fran. Wray, S. Kilvington, gardener, son of Fran. Wray, gardener

Isaac Fewsdale, Deighton, taylor, son of John Fewsdale, cordwainer

John Hogg, Whitby, ropemaker, son of Samuel Hogg, mariner

Robert Mitchell, Sheffield, buttermaker, son of Rob. Matchell, joyner

Will. Berwick, Malton, flaxdresser, son of Geo. Berwick, flaxdresser

Thomas Tarran, feltmaker, son of Walter Tarran, haberdasher

James Brockbank, mariner, son of John Brockbank, taylor

John Hudson, Lincoln, sawyer, son of William Hudson, joyner

George Taylor, stonecutter, son of George Taylor, cordwainer

Will. Shaw, Allerthorpe, yeoman, son of Adam Shaw, linnenweaver

Will. Copley, Leeds, stuffweaver, son of Will. Copley, sergeweaver

Christopher Smithson, yeoman, son of William Smithson, carpenter

Geo. Battison, als. Pattison, soldier, son of John Pattison, pewterer

Tho. Barton, Walton, Co. Lanc., cooper, son of Jas. Barton, cooper

Jas. Barton, Walton, Co. Lanc., weaver, son of Jas. Barton, cooper

Joh. Barton, Walton, Co. Lanc., baker, son of Jas. Barton, cooper

Thomas Reynoldson, upholster, son of Geo. Reynolson, upholster

Tho. Trueman, Campsall, yeoman, son of Thomas Trueman, yeoman

Rob. Trueman, Campsall, taylor, son of Thomas Trueman, yeoman

John Thirnam, West Rounton, yeoman, son of Fran, Thirnam

John Oliver, Pocklington, yeoman, son of Samuel Oliver, ropemaker

Thomas Walker, glazier, son of Matthew Walker, baker

Robert Rhodes of Wath, cooper, son of Robert Rhodes, cooper

George Anderson, Eskricke, yeoman, son of George Anderson, linnenweaver

Sampson Smith, baker, son of John Smith, winecooper

Edw. Winnington, Aysgarth, butcher, son of Fran. Winnington, butcher

Fran. Winnington, Aysgarth, butcher, son of Fran. Winnington, butcher

Tho. Copley, Shipton, cordwainer, son of Will. Copley, sergeweaver

John Chayter, Sandholm, wheelwright, son of John Chater, taylor

Robert Burnet, butcher, son of Thomas Burnet, butcher

Tho. Banks, Leeds, mercer, son of Tho. Banks, woollen manufacturer and dyer

Tho. Thompson, Hull, cordwainer, son of Tho. Thompson, mariner

William Shackleton, chandler, son of Roger Shackleton

Rowland Reynolson, upholder, son of George Reynolson, upholder

Chris. Merry of Brigg, bricklayer, son of Chris. Merry, bricklayer

Ric. Hutchinson, Reeth, cordwainer, son of Jos. Hutchinson, carp.

James Hutchinson, Reeth, joyner, son of Jos. Hutchinson, carpenter

Tho. Hogg, Tockholes, weaver, son of John Hogg, lastmaker

Joh. Spink, Nottingley, mariner, son of Ric. Spink, mariner

Tho. Steel, Durham, staymaker, son of Chris. Steel, merch. taylor

Joseph Raper, gent., son of John Raper, merchant

John Beverley, gent., son of Thomas Beverley, grocer

John Mace of Hull, bookseller, son of Charles Mace, clerk

Matthew Hargrave, Scarbro' shipwright, son of Matthew Hargrave, distiller

John Hotham, grocer of Hull, son of Thomas Hotham, dyer

Thomas Cundill, mariner, son of John Cundill, cordwainer

32 GEO. II, GODF. WENTWORTH, ESQ., MAYOR, MR. WM. THOMPSON, MR. SAM. WAUD, MR. THO. SUTTELL, MR. EDW. ELWICK, MR. RIC. DAVIES, MR. JOH. SHEPHERD, CHAMBERLAINS

Charles Annison, grocer

Jonathan Cartwright, coachmaker, by order

Dennis Chaloner, cooper, by ord.

John Sanderson, apothecary, by order

William Lund, grocer, by order

Harley Mills, innholder, by order

John Terry, watchmaker, by ord.

Tho. Jackson, innholder, by ord.

Thomas Law, innholder

John Kendrew, barber chirurgeon

William Ellis, innholder, by ord.

Will. Dinsdale, cordwainer, by order

Thomas Knowlson, merch. taylor

By Patrimony

Henry Turner, taylor, son of Henry Turner, barber

Samuel Johnson of Hull, late Master-at-Arms on board His Majesty's ship the Hampton Court, son of Robert Johnson, raff merchant

Mary Jebb, spinster, daughter of Henry Jebb, cordwainer

Joseph Lodge, linnenweaver, son of Joseph Lodge, haberdasher

Jane Priestley, milliner, daughter of Jaques Priestley, merchant

William Lister, gentleman, son of Matthew Lister, grocer

John Smith Cadday of Hull, merchant, son of John Cadday, grocer

George Cadday of Hull, merchant, son of John Cadday, grocer

Rob. Ovington, Northallerton, apothecary, son of Henry Ovington, brewer