Admissions to the Freedom of York
23-36 Charles II (1672-85)

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Francis Collins (editor)

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1900

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138-161

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'Admissions to the Freedom of York: 23-36 Charles II (1672-85)', Register of the Freemen of the City of York: Vol. 2: 1559-1759 (1900), pp. 138-161. URL: http://british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=50501 Date accessed: 28 August 2014.


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23 CAR. II, HEN. THOMPSON, MILITE, MAJORE. JOH. COWELL, MERCAT., CHRIS. DEWTRIS, MERCH. TAIL., WILL. CAMPLESHON, GENT., EDW. SHILLITOE, BARB., WILL. ESKRIGG, VINTNER, JOH. COULTUS, INHOLDER, JOH. LANGLEY, CLOTHIER, MARCO BULLARD, CORDINER, CAMERARIIS

William Moore, marriner

Samuell Basford, mercer

Georgius Scotson, glasier

Ricardus Jackson, chandler

Willelmus Watson, grocer

Edwardus Watson, girdler

Franciscus Chapman, cour.

Johannes Boswell

Willelmus Leedall, linnenweaver

Henricus Stainton, sadler

Henricus Rodwell, pewtherer

Samuell Marshall, cobler

Henricus Walker, tayler

Jacobus Loftus, pewtherer

Thomas Wildebore, cutler

Robertus Vincent, tayler

Thomas Bradley, draper

Robertus Dawson, milner

James Dawlin, gunsmith

Edmundus Rogers, baker

Robertus Peirson, tayler

Willelmus Skaife, spurier

Georgius Daltry, apothecary

Willelmus Suttell, grocer

Edwardus Wilkin, tanner

Johannes Harrison

Thomas Byers

Jos. Wineman, tallow chandler

Thomas Hardisty, tanner

Johannes Collier, taylor

Samuell Batley, clothier

Ricardus Robinson, cobler

Georgius Booth

Oswaldus Dodgson, cobler

Radulphus Wood, cobler

Willelmus Steade, joyner

Johannes Tennant, linnenweaver

John Rymer, cordwayner

Johannes Geldard, cordwayner

Thomas Dawson

Per Patres

Thomas Maskall, marchant, fil. Jone Maskall, grocer

Josia Oxnard, habberdasher, fil. Josiæ Oxnard, haberdasher

Matthæus Lee, barber chirurgeon, fil. Matthæi Lee, tayler

Marcus Knaggs, cobler, fil. Willelmi Knaggs, tayler

James Smyth, potter, fil. Abrami Smyth, potter

Johannes Booth, blacksmyth, fil. Edwardi Booth, wright

Trenian Myers, butcher, fil. Matthæi Myers, butcher

Josephus Tennant, cooke, fil. Thomæ Tennant

Lawrence Thorpe, cobler, fil. Ricardi Thorpe, glover

Samuell Smyth, potter, fil. Abrahami Smyth, potter

Humphridus Peckett, butcher, fil. Humphridi Peckett, butcher

Ricardus Hauxhurst, hosier, fil. Willelmi Hauxhurst, merchant

Thomas Bovill, sheereman, fil. Marci Bovill, milloner

Ricardus Shutt, glover, fil. Roberti Shutt, butcher

Willelmus Wear, carpenter, fil. Willelmi Wear, carpenter

Matthæus Hamond, taylor, fil. Georgii Hamond

Willelmus Walker, armorer, fil. Johannis Walker, tanner

Beniamin Horner, hempdresser, fil. Johannis Horner, idem

Georgius Wheatley, tayler, fil. Stephani Wheatley, feltmaker

Johannes Scholey, winecowper, fil. Sam. Scholey, winecowper

Johannes Maw, cordwayner, fil. Johannis Maw, idem

Thomas Harrison, tallow chandler, fil. Thomæ Harrison

James Todd, goldsmith, fil. Sam. Todd, milloner

Robertus Clough, cordwayner, fil. Stephani Clough, joynar

Edmundus Sheilds, taylor, fil. Petri Sheilds, inholder

Franciscus Nicholson, upholster, fil. Willelmi Nicholson, cordwayner

Johannes Woodhouse, joyner, fil. Ricardi Woodhouse, joyner

Marmaducus Emerson, taylor, fil. Thomæ Emerson, idem

Carolus Allanson, esq., fil. Willelmi Allanson, militis, aldermani

24 CAR. II, THO. WILLIAMSON, MAJORE. WILL. SHAW, MERCER, WILL. DINELEY, GROC., JOH. WHITTAKERS, APOTH., THO. LEGG, CHRIS. BEARES, PINNERS, JOH. BUCKLE, LOCKSMITH, GEO. STOCKDAYLE, SILKWEAVER, JOH. COULTON, MILLONER, CAMERARIIS

Ralph Varley, marriner

Richard Benson, felmonger

John Wood, merchant

John Robinson, mercer

John Preistley, mercer

William Walter, per redemp.

William Topham, cordwayner

Edward Beilby, butcher

Robert Cowper, per redemp.

Thomas Jackson, taylor

George Seamor, silkweaver

Bryan Thompson, mercer

Josias Milner, per redempcionem

Marmaduke Leadley, baker

Richard Maram, per redemp.

Timothy Wilkinson, draper

Chr. Holmes, baker

John Wright, winecowper

Thomas Watson, panierman

George Jackson, bricklayer

Thomas Rooth, marriner

Francis Otterburne, felmonger

William Corbett, merchant

William Tanfeild, fishmonger

Thomas Shillitoe, spurier

Thomas Wood, blacksmyth

Luke Herbert, cooke

John Petty, barber chirurgeon

Thomas Eshleby, per redemp.

Henry Padgett, upholster

Mark Dove, per redempcionem

John Simpson, laborer

John Carter, winecowper

William Britton, wheelwright

John Hemingway, cowper

Bryan Kitchingman, butcher

Thomas Goodall, cordwayner

John Calvert, butcher

Thomas Matterson, taylor

Richard Bambrough, baker

John Slaytor, cordwayner

William Shaw, linnen weaver

Marmaduke Randall, joyner

Gyles Loftus, cordwainer

Peter Hawkins, cordwainer

Thomas Norman, fewster

William Smith, mason

Thomas Wells, taylor

Mathew Blyth, cordwainer

Edward Thompson, merchant

John Adampson, weaver

Umphrey Jones, taylor

Michael Elston, glasier

Robert Thompson, currier

George Owram, wheelwright

Francis Benson, whitesmith

George Boynton, taylor

Peter Blanshard, glover

Thomas Robinson, sadler

George Scholey, blacksmith

Richard Blanshard, cordiner

Richard Bowland, milner

Marke Shaw, taylor

Samuel Gilberson, cordwainer

Thomas Dobson, linnen weaver

William Rydeinge, pewterer

John Norrison, taylor

Robert Lazenby, cordiner

George Hutson, cordiner

Anthony West, coverlettweaver

Richard Nelson, tanner

Symon Richardson, cordiner

William Wray, baker

Thomas Sellar, linenweaver

Josias Mahum, cordiner

William Bracke, painter

Archibell Dogeson, hempdresser

Arthur Simpson, blacksmyth

Richard Eccles, shipcarpenter

Joseph Kitchin, milner

Edward Preston, blacksmith

William Lupton, inholder

William Lynus, taylor

George Watson, per redemp.

Thomas Hornsey, whitesmith

Richard Gates, milloner

John Watson, bricklayer

Mathew Briggs, tanner

William Johnson, mariner

William Robinson, bearebrewer

Robert Day, taylor

Arthur Hodgeson, baskettmaker

Christopher West, baker

Richard Banckes, felmonger

William Hudson, cordiner

Edward Singleton, translator

Thomas Williamson, brickmaker

Charles Trewman, sadler

Richard Lodge, merchant

John Nevill, marchant

John Mollitt, tanner

Robert Dynnis, glover

Edward Wilson, baker

James Wheateley, inholder

Michaell Richardson

William Nelson, cordiner

Anthony Ambler, winecowper

William Owzeman, per redemp.

John Flinte, marriner

Robert Hood, blacksmyth

William Metcalfe, mercer

Christopher Unthancke, inholder

Robert Loftus, taylor

Robert Hartley, appr. to William Wilkinson, tanner

Per Patres

Ralph Croft, silkweaver, fil. Ralph Croft, milloner

Abraham Newby, merchant taylor, fil. Richard Newby, clothworker

George Colton, milloner, fil. John Colton, milloner

Joseph Fox, silkweaver, fil. John Fox, idem

Leonard Day, barber chirurgion, fil. Henry Day, barber

Peter Richardson, carpenter, fil. Robert Richardson, idem

Thomas Cundall, armorer, fil. John Cundall, barber

Robert Leckonby, baskettmaker, fil. George Leckonby, idem

John Bellay, barber chirurgion, fil. John Bellay, mercer

Arthur Greenebury, tanner, fil. Arthur Greenebury, baker

William Weddall, hempdresser, fil. Robert Weddall, draper

Edward Garnett, habberdasher, fil. Willelmi Garnett, girdler

John Maxwell, bricklayer, fil. John Maxwell, idem

Nathan Bovell, carpenter, fil. Nicholas Bovell, idem

George Wilson, translator, fil. Henry Wilson, translator

Edward Crofts, glasier & plumer, fil. Martin Crofts, idem

Henry Sleggs, clothier, fil. George Sleggs, inholder

Roger Greene, cordiner, fil. Roger Greene, porter

Samuel Smyth, whitesmyth, fil. Samuel Smyth, idem

John Walker, butcher, fil. Henry Walker, butcher

George Chapman, tanner, fil. George Chapman, tanner

John Walker, tanner, fil. John Walker, tanner

Christopher Chapman, tanner, fil. John Chapman, idem

William Robinson, mariner, fil. Edward Robinson, inholder

Thomas Harper, cordiner, fil. Thomas Harper

Thomas Edge, linnenweaver, fil. Jacob Edge

Thomas Cary, musiconer, fil. William Cary

William Mackrell, bricklayer, fil. (blank) Mackrell

Richard Thackwray, linnenweaver, fil. John Thackwray, idem

Henry Shutt, hempdresser, fil. Thomas Shutt, plumer

Isack Cary, tobacco-pipe-maker, fil. Zacharias Cary

Samuell Browne, joyner, fil. Percibell Browne, linnenweaver

Nehemiah I'anson, taylor, fil. Nehemiah I'anson, taylor

William Trewitt, linenweaver, fil. William Trewitt, idem

Joseph Trewitt, linenweaver, fil. William Trewitt, idem

William Webster, fishmonger, fil. Philip Webster, cordiner

Jonas Williamson, inholder, fil. Thomas Williamson, idem

John Blyth, cordiner, fil. Mathew Blyth, cordiner

Henry Coulson, linenweaver, fil. Nicholas Coulson

Edward Robson, coverlett weaver, fil. Edward Robson, idem

Richard Smyth, taylor, fil. Richard Smyth, taylor

John Thompson, glover, fil. Lawrence Thompson, cordiner

Percibell Winterskale, tanner, fil. Percibell Winterskale

John Spacy, imbroderer, fil. John Spacy, idem

Robert Newham, clothier, fil. Thomas Newham, idem

William Newham, clothier, fil. Thomas Newham

John Belton, tanner, fil. Mathew Belton, tanner

John Dale, cordiner, fil. John Dale, coverlett weaver

William Coates, baker, fil. James Coates, baker

Thomas Cartred, parchmentmaker, fil. Thomas Cartred, idem

Richard Routh, taylor, fil. William Routh, taylor

Michaell Symoson, ropemaker, fil. George Symoson, idem

Joseph Nevill, taylor, fil. Thomas Nevill, taylor

Thomas Francke, merchant, fil. Richard Francke, idem

Thomas Watson, gent., fil. Thomas Watson, merchant

William Yeates, mariner, fil. William Yeates, mariner

Roger Dawson, wheelewright, fil. Henry Dawson, idem

William Wheateley, inholder, fil. Step. Wheatley, feltmaker

William Wheateley, junior, milner, fil. Stephen Wheatley

Thomas Richardson, baker, fil. Peter Ric[hardson], bearebrewer

Thomas Mason, cordiner, fil. Robert Mason, cordiner

James Gamble, linenweaver, fil. James Gamble, idem

John Cooke, cooke, fil. Michaell Cooke, cooke

Francis Hudson, whitesmyth, fil. Robert Hudson, idem

Richard Pickringe, glover, fil. Thomas Pickringe, sadler

Richard Hutchinson, merchant, fil. Edward Hutchinson, tanner

John Huntresse, baker, fil. John Huntresse, joyner

Thomas Little, fil. William Little, baker

Thomas Ridsdale, fil. William Ridsdall, taylor

James Hudson, cordiner, fil. Ralph Hudson, cordiner

Ralph Hudson, cordiner, fil. Ralph Hudson, cordiner

Robert Wilkinson, cordiner, fil. Thomas Wilkinson, cordiner

Robert Dove, joyner, fil. John Dove, joyner

Leonard Emerson, whitesmyth, fil. Phillip Emerson

Henry Pullen, milloner, fil. George Pullen, gentleman

William Turner, fishmonger, fil. William Turner, mariner

Mathew Garbutt, blacksmyth, fil. Robert Carbutt (sic), idem

Francis Metcalfe, bellfounder, fil. James Metcalfe, butcher

Ezeekiell Waide, inholder, fil. Xpofer Waide, tanner

John Newis, joyner, fil. John Newis, taylor

Stephen Shipton, carpenter, fil. Richard Shipton, bearbrewer

Samuell Bew, inholder, fil. Thomas Bew, glover

Christopherus Smailes, silkweaver, fil. Xpoferi Smailes, idem

Mathew Coward, brasscaster, fil. John Coward, taylor

Richard Jackson, taylor, fil. Richard Jackson, weaver

Thomas Newham, clothier, fil. Thomas Newham, idem

George Shepherd, cordiner, fil. Henry Shepherd, cordiner

George Wilkinson, taylor, fil. Thomas Wilkinson, cordiner

Thomas Franckland, milner, fil. Willelmi Franckland

Richard Spetch, blacksmyth, fil. Richard Spetch, idem

John Myers, butcher, fil. Trenion Myers, idem

Thomas Stringer, taylor, fil. Thomas Stringer, cordiner

John Jackson, glasier, fil. John Jackson, joyner

William Micklefeild, taylor, fil. William Micklefeild, idem

Henry Spawlden, silkweaver, fil. Henry Spalden, carpenter

Christopher Moyser, milner, fil. George Moyser, idem

Richard Loft, silkweaver, fil. John Loft, idem

Thomas Hobson, silkweaver, fil. George Hobson, woolenweaver

Charity Dobson, brickmaker, fil. Francis Dobson, marriner

Francis Ripley, bricklayer, fil. Roger Ripley, bricklayer

Joseph Mosy, taylor, fil. Joseph Mosy, taylor

Robert Pattricke, tanner, fil. Thomas Pattricke, idem

John Peirson, dancinge master, fil. Lancelott Peirson, cordiner

Ralph Frost, baker, fil. Robert Frost, idem

John Warriner, fil. Edward Warriner, feltmaker

John Thornton, taylor, fil. John Thornton, taylor

William Elliott, fil. John Elliott, inholder

James Moor, fil. Henry Moor

John Hixon, taylor, fil. Thomas Hixon, taylor

Thomas Kay, fil. Robert Kay, whitesmith

John Johnson, fil. John Johnson, combmaker

Richard Hamond, taylor, fil. John Hamond, tanner

William Crosby, glasier, fil. Edward Crosby

Edward Booth, pewterer, fil. Richard Booth, idem

Jerimie Rosendall, marriner, fil. Phillip Rosendall, idem

John Ryder, fil. William Ryder, butcher

David Smeeton, gunsmyth, fil. William Smeeton

Thomas Nicholnson, butcher, fil. William Nicholnson, idem

John Austin, baker, fil. John Austin, idem

Andrew Donckin, fil. John Donckin, milner

Josias Boulton, cowper, fil. James Boulton, cowper

Christopher Foster, fil. William Foster, translator

Gabryell Leafe, laborer, fil. Marmaduke Leafe

John Leech, armorer, fil. James Leech, barber

John Thackwray, baker, fil. John Thackwray, woolenweaver

William Johnson, cordwayner, fil. Thomas Johnson

John Cundall, tanner, fil. John Cundall

Mathew Caley, clothworker, fil. Roger Caley

Thomas Pocklington, clothier, fil. Lyo. Pocklington, laborer

Roger Smyth, trunckmaker, fil. Samuell Smyth, gunsmyth

Ralph Beeforth, trunckmaker, fil. Robert Beeforth

William Allan, tanner, fil. John Allan, clarke

John Madson, schoolmaster, fil. Row, Madson, chandler (?)

Thomas Hewitson, tanner, fil. William Hewitson, idem

Thomas Aram, currier, fil. Thomas Aram, currier

William Graves, linenweaver, fil. Robert Graves

Robert Thompson, upholster, fil. Robert Thompson, idem

Ralph Rawson, vintner, fil. John Rawson, cordiner

Richard Smyth, taylor, fil. George Smyth idem

John Storme, dancingemaster, fil. John Storme, sadler

William Marshall, fellmonger, fil. John Marshall, idem

John Beane, blacksmyth, fil. Stephen Beane, cordiner

George Pattricke, mason, fil. Thomas Pattricke, tanner

Richard Oliver, taylor, fil. Thomas Oliver, clothworker

Thomas Donckin, cordiner, fil. Leo. Donckin, glasier

George Sherwin, cordiner, fil. William Sherwin, chandler

Richard Waind, merchant, fil. Richard Waind, idem

James Tireman, blacksmyth, fil. William Tireman, cordiner

Robert Hardy, taylor, fil. Thomas Hardy, baker

John Brittaine, artizen skinner, fil. Rob. Brittaine, idem

John Hyllary, cordiner, fil. Thomas Hyllary

Thomas Hyllary, cordiner, fil. prædicti Thomæ

Charles Hyllary, cordiner, fil. prædicti Thomæ

Isaack Johnson, baker, fil. Thomas Johnson, baker

Thomas Corny, fil. Andrew Corny, inholder

John Raper, taylor, fil. John Raper, taylor

Thomas Hall, locksmyth, fil. Peter Hall

Henry Maugham, cordiner, fil. Henry Maugham

James Smyth, cordiner, fil. John Smyth, inholder

William Smyth, inholder, fil. John Smyth, inholder

George Fewler, cordiner, fil. Robert Fewler

Henry Walker, silkweaver, fil. William Walker, tanner

John Walker, joyner, fil. William Walker, supradicti

John Peirson, carpenter, fil. Thomas Pearson

Richard Pickard, fil. Thomas Pickard, merchant

Henry Smyth, baker, fil. William Smyth, linenweaver

Robert Pickringe, mercer, fil. James Pickringe, mercer

Samuell Day, merchant, fil. Samuell Day, merchant

John Mosey, merchant taylor, fil. John Mosey, idem

25 CAR. II, RIC. METCALFE, MAJORE. AUGUSTINE AMBROSE, WILL. LUMLEY, MERCHANTS, WILL. BARRON, GROC., JOH. MOLD, SALT., ROB. COULTON, PEWT., LEONR. ROBINSON, JOH. BEVERLEY, TANNERS, CHRIS. RIPLEY, MILLONER, CAMERARIIS

Henry Simpson, taylor

Robertus Smith, blacksmith

Thomas Lutton, draper

Johannes I'anson, carpenter

Thomas Carter, merchant

Willelmus Rogers, vintner

Henricus Mitchell, grocer

Samuell Jefferson, grocer

Johannes Mabson, tobacco pipe maker

Christopherus Scotson, carpenter

Willelmus Bulmer, taylor

Jacobus Lee, per redempcionem

Willelmus Masterman, joyner

Jacobus Johnson, blacksmith

Will. Bowlinge, free laborer

Johannes Newlove, per redemp.

Jacobus Pattison, per redemp.

Robertus Cockenskell, carpenter

Jacobus Becke, girdler

Johannes Harrison, free laborer

Johannes Cocke, inholder

Franciscus Thomlinson, grocer

Johannes Robinson, mercer

Johannes Cobb, blacksmith

Peregrine Richardson, p. redemp.

Robertus Eskricke, whitesmith

Robertus Bracke, bricklayer

Willelmus Stubbes, carpenter

Christopherus Bagley, tanner

James Webster, free laborer

Robertus Crooke, glasier

Robertus Calvert, generosus

Willelmus Beale, felmonger

Jerimia Cobb, cordwayner

Josephus Foster, tincker

Rog. Hardcastle, per redemp.

Willelmus Hardwicke, carpenter

Thomas Calvert, linen weaver

Willelmus Roddam, free laborer

Per Patres

Henricus Walker, whitesmith, fil. Allan Walker, currier

Willelmus Chambers, pewterer, fil. Rogeri Chambers, butcher

Johannes Marshall, pipemaker, fil. Willelmi Marshall, miller

Josephus Booth, habberdasher, fil. Ricardi Booth, generosi

Thomas Penrose, fil. Henry Penrose, merchant

Samuell Blackbeard, mercer, fil. Jacobi Blackbeard, idem

Willelmus Briggs, carpenter, fil. Willelmi Briggs, carpenter

Samuell Collinson, generosus, fil. Henrici Collinson, fishmonger

Robertus Bautry, merchant, fil. Barnaby Bautry, clothworker

Willelmus Peirson, sadler, fil. Johannis Peirson, idem

Thomas Biddle, cowper, fil. Johannis Biddle, porter

Johannes Ingledew, sadler, fil. Miles Ingledew

Johannes Halliwell, clothier, fil. Johannis Halliwell

Phillip Brockett, mariner, fil. Benedick Brockett, translator

Christopherus Waind, merchant, fil. Ricardi Waind, merchant

Ricardus Peirson, merchant taylor, fil. Matthæi Peirson, idem

Ralphus Waid, carpenter, fil. Matthæi Waid, cordwayner

Johannes Salmon, tallow chandler, fil. Thomæ Salmon, idem

26 CAR. II, WILL. RAMSDEN, MAJORE. ROB. BAUTRY, MERCAT., MARCO FOSTER, MERCER, MARMA. BEST, GOLDSMITH, AMBR. GIRDLER, MUSICONER, ROB. FOSTER, LEATHERSELLER, MATTH. SMITH, BAKER, JOH. STAMPER, CUTLER, JOH. LODGE, SADDLER, CAMERARIIS

William Elsley, goldsmith

Robert Ripley, dyer

Rowland Potter, marriner

Rowland Watkinson, grocer

Johannes Welburne, apothecary

Johannes Coltman, per redemp.

Johannes Shipton, silkweaver

William Thorpe, merchant taylor

Johannes Mellay, fellmonger

Johannes Waite, butcher

Thomas Pease, baker

Thomas Thompson, cowper

Thomas Dunn, bricklayer

Robertus Walker, bodymaker

Radulphus Avyson, joyner

Georgius Bernard, bricklayer

Robertus Gathorne, grocer

Franciscus Blackburne, porter

Robertus Sayner, cordwainder

Henricus Eskricke, vintner

Thomas Taylor, per redemp.

Robertus Sturdy, cowper

Cavanidge Cannon, per redemp.

Tho. Scaddlethorpe, per eandem

Willelmus Redmaine, pinner

Will. Johnson, mercator taylor

Robertus Relfe, mercator taylor

Thomas Tempest, grocer

Joshua Earnshaw, mercator

Thomas Moore, vintner

Marcus Brearey, mercator, gratis

Willelmus Wright, per redempcionem

Joshua Drake, mercer

Willelmus Savadge, cordwainder

Thomas Doncaster, baker

Ogur Agarr, tanner

Johannes Lightfoote, sadler

Joshuah Colston, mercator, per redemp.

Percivall Lupton, butcher

Nicholas Nickson, butcher

Chr. Blades, free laborer

Johannes Robson, idem

Thomas Robinson, girdler

Johannes Cockes, pet redemp.

Gervasse Ward, barb. chirurgeon

Johannes Richardson, sleddman

Radulphus Howgrave, laborer

Georgius Prickett, esqr.

Per Patres

Johannes Fisher, felmonger, fil. Christopheri Fisher, idem

Jacobus Ripley, merchant, fil. Rogeri Ripley, brickmaker

Christopherus Foster, whitesmyth, fil. Matthæi Foster, translator

Johannes Bell, grocer, fil. Willelmi Bell, idem

Thomas Burton, carpenter, fil. Joshuæ Burton, linenweaver

Matthæus Linsley, felmonger, fil. Ricardi Linsley, idem

Johannes Gregges, silkweaver, fil. Johannis Gregges, taylor

Franciscus Lucas, baker, fil. Henrici Lucas, idem

Samuell Syeres, hattdresser, fil. Willelmi Syeres, idem

Johannes Croftes, glazier & plumer, fil. Martini Croftes, idem

Ricardus Dutton, wheelwright, fil. Henrici Dutton, taylor

Johannes Geldarte, watchmaker, fil. Joshuæ Geldarte, goldsmith

Tho. Sandiman, fishmonger, fil. Ricardi Sandiman, pannier[maker]

Joh. Scott, barber chirurgeon, fil. Willelmi Scott, habberdasher

Abraham Lund, girdler, fil. Willelmi Lund, baker

Joh. Williamson, goldsmith, fil. Johannis Williamson, marriner

Roger Chambers, girdler, fil. Rogeri Chambers, butcher

Willelmus Turneball, fellmonger, fil. Johannis Turneball, idem

Leudovicus Dickinson, carpenter, fil. Edwardi Dickinson, milliner

Isaack Fleeminge, ropemaker, fil. Ricardi Fleeminge, idem

Willelmus Symoson, ropemaker, fil. Roberti Symoson, idem

Johannes Best, mercer, fil. Ricardi Best, marriner

Josiah Cartwright, pinner, fil. (blank) Cartwright, cooke

Bryan Nelson, mercer, fil. Bryan Nelson, merchant

Henricus Servant, marriner, fil. Willelmi Servant, porter

Thomas Driffeild, mercator, fil. Thomæ Driffield, mercatoris

Joell Greene, silkweaver, fil. Thomæ Greene, habberdasher

Johannes Cowper, butcher, fil. Petri Cowper, idem

Timothy Smith, goldsmith, fil. Willelmi Smith, taylor

Abrahamus Hudson, butcher, fil. Johannis Hudson, grocer

Thomas Nightingale, grocer, fil. Edwardi Nightingale, idem

27 CAR. II, YORKE HORNER, MAJORE. WILL. BLACKBEARD, ROG. SHACKLETON, RIC. WAINDE, JOSHUA EARNSHAW, MARK BREAREY, MERCATORIBUS, WILL. PICKERINGE, MERCER, THO. MOSELEY, APOTH., JOH. GELDARTE, BEERBREW., CAMERARIIS

Rob. Thompson, per redemp.

Marmaducus Greene, taylor

Michaell Gill, taylor

Ricardus Deighton, coppersmith

Samuel Blyth, baker

Hugo Bagley, butcher

Ricardus Rowles, cooke

Matthæus Taite, fishmonger

Edwardus Blanshard, taylor

Henricus Turner, whitesmith

Christopherus Elliott, draper

Luke Forward, milloner

Leonardus Weddell, carpenter

Edward Weddell, silkweaver

Robertus Potter, baker

Richard Body, taylor

William Tindall, free laborer

Robert Wilkinson, free laborer

Bartholomew Greer, per redemp.

Georgius Stephenson, bricklayer

Johannes Jackson, tanner

Ricardus Beesby, per redemp.

Ricardus Ingleton, free laborer

Arthur Copperthwaite, cowper

Jacobus Younge, mercer

Joshua Dixon, grocer

Georgius Atkinson, stationer

Willelmus Ayscough, silkweaver

Ricardus Wilkinson, tanner

Willelmus Dodd, bricklayer

Thomas Rudd, silkweaver

Mathæus Gale, fellmonger

Ricardus Shaftoe, per redemp.

Willelmus Farrar, free laborer

Johannes Pemberton, mercator

Robertus Neizome, taylor

Will. Grosse, barber chirurgeon

Johannes Belton, cordwainder

Johannes West, linnen weaver

Pet. Dolman, barber chirurgeon

Stephanus Carracke, tanner

Johannes Moore, marriner

Johannes Spencer, cordwainder

Ricardus Hemingway, dyer

Doyley Linley, baker

Thomas Dickinson, joyner

Abrahamus Smith, free laborer

Ricardus Dixon, blacksmith

Johannes Ebitt, per redemp.

Phillip Pease, whitesmith

Phineas Lawson, cooke

Henricus Topham, carpenter

Per Patres

Matthæus Clay, cooke, fil. Thomæ Clay, coverlett weaver

Jacobus Brooke, mercator, fil. Willelmi Brooke, idem

Georgius Bell, joyner, fil. David Bell, milloner

Edwardus Legg, taylor, fil. Johannis Legg, idem

Willelmus Graves, milloner, fil. Roberti Graves, taylor

Henrici Riveley, butcher, fil. (blank) Riveley, baker

Henricus Lee, goldsmith, fil. Henrici Lee, milner

Wauton Dunninge, blacksmith, fil. Wauton Dunninge, milloner

Samuell Micklefeild, baker, fil. Johannis Micklefeild, idem

Phillip Wilberfosse, tanner, fil. Phillip Wilberfosse, idem

Thomas Howgill, grocer, fil. Thomæ Howgill, idem

Johannes Pattricke, linnenweaver, fil. Thomæ Pattricke, idem

Stephanus Sheildes, fil. Jacobi Sheildes, translator

Henricus Marston, bridlemaker, fil. Johannis Marston, idem

Thomas Clarke, tanner, fil. Andrei Clarke, idem

Robertus Wilson, cobler, fil. Umphridi Wilson, idem

Robertus Creyke, mercator, fil. Willelmi Creyke, mercer

Carolus Foster, cowper, fil. Willelmi Foster

Carolus Fisher, agricola, fil. Nicholai Fisher, tanner

Matthæus Hayes, translator, fil. Matthæi Hayes, painter

Nicholas Ward, blacksmith, fil. Roberti Ward, idem

Georgius Mangy, goldsmith, fil. Henrici Mangy, idem

Bartholomæus Slegges, tanner, fil. Georgii Slegges, inholder

Thomas Woodhouse, painter stainer, fil. Ricardi Woodhouse, joyner

Henricus Bilton, painter stainer, fil. Radulphi Bilton, mercatoris

28 CAR. II, FRAN. ELCOCKE, MAJORE. THO. DRIFFIELD, MERCATOR, FRAN. FEARNLEY, SUCKLIN SPENLOVE, MICH. FOTHERGILL, GROCERS, THO. DAY, ARTIZ. SKINNER, JOH. BENTHAM, BARB. CHIR., WILL. TURNBALL, VINT., ROB. RHOADES, UPHOLDERS, CAMERARIIS

Ricardus Duddin, marriner

Mathæus Darbishire, felmonger

William Tuke, translator

Johannes Bedford, cordwainder

Willelmus Jackson, joyner

Lawrence Foster, fishmonger

Johannes Murton, cordwainder

Nicholas Thompson, merchant taylour

Jerimia Brigges, grocer

Marcus Hodgeson, watchmaker

Willelmus Broxupp, clothier

Johannes Saughell, baker

Jonathan Myers, per redemp.

Henricus Hodgson, musicon

Petrus Winn, baker

William Stephenson, merchant

Thomas Turner, tanner

Jacobus Bell, per redemp.

Thomas Thompson, bricklayer

Quintin Fearby, per redemp.

Tho. Steile, mercer et silkweaver

Carolus Watson, currier

Johannes Wyrell, linnenweaver

Johannes Hodgeson, blacksmith

Johannes Longe, cordwainder

Ricardus Squire, cordwainder

Elisha Mace, merchant taylour

Johannes Pease, milner

Lyonel Roome, free porter, per redempcionem

Robertus Farrar, free laborer

Thomas Horner, idem

Willelmus Temple, idem

Johannes Holte, idem

Josephus Ward, sadler

Johannes Oliver, goldsmith

Willelmus Jennison, per redemp.

Thomas Howton, inholder

Franciscus Laycock, apothecary

Samuel Pounder, per redemp.

Josias Trouslove, idem

Nathaniel Thomas, girdler

Matthæus Smith, per redemp.

Johannes Hessell, milloner

Per Patres

Josephus Leech, barber chirurgeon, fil. Jacobi Leech, idem

Leonardus Crosby, fil. Nathaniel Crosby, marriner

Simon Prince, translator, fil. Josephi Prince, cordwainder

Thomas Oldcorne, joyner, fil. Richardi Oldcorne, silkweaver

Johannes Donckin, whitesmith, fil. Roberti Donckin, milner

Willelmus Straker, draper, fil. Willelmi Straker, idem

Willelmus Smeeton, cooke, fil. Willelmi Smeeton, joyner

Franciscus Simpson, fil. Ricardi Simpson, taylor

Christopherus Leedall, pinner, fil. Ricardi Leedall, cordwainder

Aaron Horner, cordwainder, fil. Johannis Horner, idem

Edwardus Wilson, trunckmaker, fil. Edwardi Wilson, tanner

Thomas Wilberfosse, attorney, fil. Leonardi Wilberfosse, tanner

Thomas Stockton, draper, fil. Georgii Stockton, silkweavor

Chris. Whitehill, goldsmith, fil. Johannis Whitehill, bricklayer

Willelmus Weightman, milner, fil. Thomæ Weightman, idem

Willelmus Hoyle, blacksmith, fil. Josephi Hoyle, coverlett weaver

Ricardus Thorpe, translator, fil. Georgii Thorpe, idem

Georgius Robinson, baker, fil. Parcivall Robinson, baker

Leonardus Wilson, attorney, fil. Thomæ Wilson, tanner

Edwardus Cundall, fishmonger, fil. Johannis Cundall, waxchandler

Thomas Smailes, joyner, fil. Willelmi Smailes, silkweaver

Willelmus Justice, fil. Willelmi Justice, inholder

Thomas Cooke, merchant, fil. Thomæ Cooke, idem

29 CAR. II, PHIL. HERBERT, MAJORE. MATH. BAYOCKE, JOH. PEMBERTON, THO. LUTTON, MERCATORIBUS, SAM. BASFORD, MERCER, ROB. WILLIAMSON, GOLDSMITH, JOH. TENNANT, MERCH. TAYL., ROB. ADDINELL, PAINTER STAINER, ROB. DEIGHTON, TANNER, CAMERARIIS

Johannes Hoyle, cordwayner

Willelmus Mawman, joyner

Johannes Traine, carpenter

Robertus Wright, bricklayer

Robertus Temperton, fishmonger

Edwardus Dawson, grocer

Johannes Tomlin, pinner

Samuel Mollitt, carpenter

Willelmus Wade, free laborer

Jacobus Hoyroyd, idem

Johannes Stephenson, inholder

Johannes Hollins, milner

Fred. Shackleton, wheelwright

Franciscus Cowlinge, cordiner

Seth Potter, bricklayer

Thomas Spragg, blacksmith

Johannes Dawson, pipemaker

Anthonius Jaques, milner

Bartholomæus Geldart, cooke

Thomas Day, carpenter

Willelmus Bentley, wine cowper

Thomas Ryecroft, translator

Robertus Croyser, felmonger

Willelmus Gray, carpenter

Isaack Bernard, taylor

Thomas Wilson, carpenter

Johannes Baine, grocer

Johannes Browne, blacksmith

Margaretta Cowlinge, spinster

Henricus Brunton, cordwayner

Henricus Francke, carpenter

Henricus Knowles, miller

Thomas Geldart, generosus

Willelmus Mundall, per redemp.

Jacobus Willoughby, cordwainer

Josephus Denton, per redemp.

Johannes Creswicke, taylor

Edwardus Stibbin, butcher

Thomas Marshall, baker

Georgius Johnson, taylor

Joshuah Rawlinge, per redemp.

Samuell Hessell, per redemp.

Johannes Hodgson, free laborer

Joh. Stainforth, vinter, per red.

Per Patres

Ricardus Smith, baker, fil. Willelmi Smith, idem

Carolus Rhoades, goldsmith, fil. Francisci Rhoades, upholster

Willelmus Richardson, pinner, fil. Rowlandi Richardson, idem

Robertus Madson, baker, fil. Roberti Madson, idem

Simon Richardson, mariner, fil. Willelmi Richardson, idem

Willelmus Huard, glazier, fil. Georgii Huard, idem

Robertus Clarke, dyer, fil. Roberti Clarke, idem

Edwardus Shutt, hempdresser, fil. Thomæ Shutt, plumer

Lucas Abbott, bricklayer, fil. Johannis Abbott, idem

Robertus Empson, mercer, fil. Gregorii Empson, senioris, grocer

Lowther Preston, pinner, fil. Lowther Preston, idem

Ricardus Chapman, tanner, fil. Georgii Chapman, idem

Thomas Fleeminge, taylor, fil. Thomæ Fleeminge, barber

Robertus Straker, cordwainder, fil. Thomæ Straker, inholder

Henricus Crowther, grocer, fil. Georgii Crowther, artizen skinner

Rogerus Carbott, carpenter, fil. Rogeri Carbott, blacksmith

Franciscus Rhoades, upholster, fil. Francisci Rhoades, idem

Georgius Clarke, fishmonger, fil. Georgii Clarke, idem

Tho. Thompson, junior, generosus, fil. Thomæ Thompson, senioris, generosi

Valentinus Nicholnson, generosus, fil. Will. Nicholnson, cordwayner

Chr. Harrison, painter stainer, fil. Chr. Harrison, habberdasher

30 CAR. II, RIC. SHAW, MAJORE. RIC. THOMAS, MERCAT., THO. AGARR, JOH. PREISTLEY, MERCERS, JOH. MARSHALL, GROC., ROG. SPACY, BARB. CHIR., THO. HILL, SADDLER, FRAN. HALL, SILKWEAVER, JAC. GRIME, PINNER, CAMERARIIS

Carolus Redman, mercator

Abrahamus Burton, bricklayer

Rob. Butler, merchant taylor

Will. Greene, merchant taylor

Johannes Jenninges, whitesmith

Johannes Crosby, butcher

Johannes Joy, tanner

Ricardus Hawton, blacksmith

Henricus Beckwith, cordwainer

Willelmus Rhoades, cordwainer

Michaell Wilkinson, pewtherer

John Nelson, merchant taylor

Willelmus Swayle, bricklayer

Chr. Foster, merchant taylor

Edwardus Seller, brazier

Jacobus Lazenby, tallowchandler

Thomas Cary, marriner

Georgius Conn, bricklayer

Georgius Smeaton, cutler

Robertus Hill, haberdasher

William Bernard, silkweaver

William Marshal, haberdasher

John Astell, grocer

John Cant, tayler

George Sanderson, linnenweaver

Thomas Green, laborer

Robertus Clark, bookseller

Robertus Borill, free laborer

Georgius Gibson, goldsmith

Walter Headlam, drugist

Jacobus Edwards, silkweaver

Georgius Blenkishop, cordwainer

Thomas Cowper, baker

Ricardus Ridsdell, linnenweaver

Johannes Heslington, cordiner

Chr. Clarke, milner

Johannes Armisteade, baker

Georgius Peele, merchant taylor

Tho. Robson, merchant taylor

Willelmus Lawson, tanner

Chr. Cowper, baker

Samuell Bamforth, bricklayer

Rogerus Shepherd, free laborer

Isaack Stephenson, silkweaver

Nathaniell Earby, winecowper

Ric. Ingle, per redempcionem

Rob. Malton, per redempcionem

Isaack Stainthropp, silkweaver

Chr. Godson, barberchirurgeon

Willelmus Cornwell, tanner

Aquila Torton, joyner

Thomas Carter, cordwainer

Andrew Kitchingman, fellmonger

John Darley, winecooper

Thomas Swail, tanner

Johannes Usher, carpenter

Jonathan Harrison, tanner

Willelmus Porter, translator

Johannes Clark, roper

Josephus Carr, cutler

Thomas Esckrick, laborer

Thomas Rhodes, laborer

Johannes Stephens, paver

Thomas Bolton, fellmonger

Johannes Walker, per redemp.

Michael Bennington, dyer

Ricardus Parkinson, bricklayer

Walter Galloway, appothecarry

Nathaniel Wood

Henry Allen, butcher

Per Patres

Jacobus Etty, carpenter, fil. Johannis Etty, idem

Robertus Johnson, coppersmith, fil. Willelmi Johnson, idem

Ricardus Todd, cordwayner, fil. Johannis Todd, idem

Edm. Edwards, baskettmaker, fil. Willelmi Edwards, goldsmith

Robertus Thomson, currier, fil. Roberti Thomson, idem

Carolus Wilkinson, joyner, fil. Willelmi Wilkinson, idem

Thomas Johnson, inholder, fil. Roberti Johnson, whitesmith

Ricardus Hornsey, translator, fil. Leonardi Hornsey, idem

Talbott Williamson, baker, fil. Thomæ Williamson, idem

Georgius Thomson, cordwainer, fil. Roberti Thomson, upholster

Edm. Knowles, saddletreemaker, fil. Edm. Knowles, idem

Robertus Croftes, barber chirurgeon, fil. Roberti Croftes, idem

Johannes Collyer, merchant taylor, fil. Bartholomæi Collyer, idem

Jacobus Peckett, cordwainder, fil. Ricardi Peckett, idem

Ricardus Yeoman, butcher, fil. Bartholomew Yeoman, idem

Johannes Thompson, cowper, fil. Thomæ Thompson, idem

Obadiah Bolton, brazier, fil. Thomæ Bolton, idem

John Bolton, barber chirurgeon, fil. James Bolton, cowper

Thomas Hawkins, baker, fil. Johannis Hawkins, pinner

Joh. Fleeminge, barber chirurgeon, fil. Johannis Fleeminge, idem

Jacobus Fleeminge, merchant taylor, fil. Joh.[Fleeming sup. dict.].

Thomas Browne, grocer, fil. Roberti Browne, idem

John Rudd, fil. Georgii Rudd, linnenweaver

Augustine Harrison, baker, fil. Thomæ Harrison, idem

Ricardus Riveley, joyner, fil. Matthæi Riveley, baker

Willelmus Heblethwaite, cooke, fil. Martin Heblethwaite, idem

Willelmus Wilkinson, taylor, fil. Willelmi Wilkinson, joyner

Robertus Skilbecke, cordwayner, fil. Ricardi Skilbecke, idem

Phillipus Walker, fil. Thomæ Walker, baker

Johannes Lawrance, tanner, fil. Thomæ Lawrance, baker

Marmaducus Coulton, taylor, fil. Willelmi Coulton, pinner

Samuel Tottington, carpenter, fil. Ricardi Tottington, translator

Edwardus Overend, merchant taylor, fil. Willelmi Overend, idem

Sampson Hollins, feltmaker, fil. Willelmi Hollins, idem

Johannes Greensides, cordwayner, fil. Matthæi Greensides, weaver

Henry Savadge, merchant taylor, fil. Willelmi Savadge, milner

Robertus Gowland, tanner, fil. Roberti Gowland, idem

Georgius Gowland, tanner, fil. Roberti Gowland, idem

Henricus Crosby, glazier, fil. Georgii Crosby, idem

Willelmus Tiplady, linnenweaver, fil. Willelmi Tiplady, weaver

Willelmus Richardson, baker, fil. Johannis Richardson, idem

Thomas Wilson, linnenweaver, fil. Thomæ Wilson, idem

Robertus Mitchell, cowper, fil. Roberti Mitchell, idem

Willelmus Horseley, painter stainer, fil. Benedict Horsley, idem

Henricus Wilson, taylor, fil. Willelmi Wilson, idem

Edmund Maud, goldsmith, fil. Johannis Maud, draper

Thomas Sharpas, chirurgeon, fil. Willelmi Sharpas, blacksmith

Willelmus Cowpland, fishmonger, fil. Willelmi Cowpland, milloner

Georgius Picke, blacksmith, fil. Georgii Picke, idem

Walter Armstronge, brickmaker, fil. Willelmi Armstronge, idem

Franciscus Hewit, mercer, fil. Ricardi Hewit, mercatoris

Cressey Alderson, girdler, fil. Ricardi Alderson, cordwainer

Benjamin Glaves, fil. Samuelis Glaves

Johannes Spence, butcher, fil. Edwardi Spence, butcher

Johannes Hardy, chandler, fil. Willelmi Hardy, chandler

Chr. Lawrence, fil. Thomæ Lawrence

Willelmus Blackburne, fil. Thomæ Blackburne, baker

Joshua Squire, mercer, fil. Timothei Squire, draper

Johannes Booth, marriner, fil. Thomæ Booth, habberdasher

Johannes Batchley, butcher, fil. Willelmi Batchley, butcher

31 CAR. II, JOH. CONSTABLE, MAJORE. THO. COOKE, MERCAT., WILL. SUTTLE, SAM. JEFFERSON, EDW. DAWSON, GROCERS, GEO. DEALTRY, APOTH., JOH. YEOMAN, JOH. WILSON, TANNERS, PET. RICHARDSON, MILLONER, CAMERARIIS

Samuell Howlett, draper

Tho. Wetherill, articeant skin.

Thomas Newstead, joyner

Joh. Watson, merchant taylor

Tho. Crow, skinner, per redemp.

Nathan Harrison, musition, gratis

Ricardus Dinis, bookebinder

Martinus Laycocke, grocer

Ricardus Beverley, appothecary

Michael Myers, butcher

Willelmus Inman, merchant

Willelmus Ickeringale, carpenter

Ricardus Hunter, bricklayer

Johannes Scarlett, merchant

Matthæus Insliffe, translater

Johannes Wheelwright, girdler

Franciscus Davy, barber

Jacobus Sainforth, barber

Leonardus Thompson, bricklayer

Will. Welburne, merchant taylor

Georgius Daggitt, sadler

Timotheus Lund, merch. taylor

Thomas Robinson, trunckmaker

Mathæus Rogers, free laborer, pro vita

Joh. Evans, per redempcionem

Johannes Boulty, per redemp.

Cuthbertus Bell, per redemp.

Johannes Linn, cordwainer

Johannes Ambler, sadler

Thomas Scarfe, butcher

Thomas Maxon, grocer

Willelmus Richmond, butcher

Symon Power, barber

Georgius Clay, instrumentmaker

Ricardus Gill, bricklayer

Willelmus Lister, mercer

Willelmus Addinell, cordwainer

Edwardus Preston, girdler

Robertus Cooke, tanner

Johannes Watson, taylor

Matthæus Allenson, merchant

Willelmus Mossett, winecooper

Thomas Reynold, bricklayer

Thomas Thompson, baker

Thomas Mayson, translater

Geo. Munday, free lab., pro vita

Thomas Olliverson, idem

Willelmus Browne, idem

Nicholaus Errington, idem

Robertus Faber, idem

Jacobus Lawson, idem

Francus Addamson, cooke

Timothy Hardisty, merchant

Willelmus Lister, grocer

Willelmus Hudson, cordwainer

Abraham Broxup, merch. taylor

Thomas Strickland, mercer

Thomas Milner, merchant taylor

John Hudd, blacksmith

Per Patres

Will. Day, merchant taylor, fil. Henrici Day, barber chirurgeon

Willelmus Busfield, goldsmith, fil. Thomæ Busfield, pewtherer

Ric. Mancklins, bookebinder, fil. Will. Mancklins, articeant skinner

Will. Mancklin, glazier, fil. Willelmi Mancklin, articeant skinner

Thomas Salmon, tallow chandler, fil. Thomæ Salmon, idem

Josephus Buttry, marriner, fil. Petri Buttry, idem

Thomas Oliver, roper, fil. Ralphi Oliver, idem

Thomas Lenge, blacksmith, fil. Ricardi Lenge

Edwardus Booth, taylor, fil. Edwardi Booth, carpenter

Henricus Fainton, bricklayer, fil. Henrici Fainton, tanner

Thomas Todd, merchant taylor, fil. Johannis Todd, idem

Jacobus Webster, marriner, fil. Phillipi Webster, cordwainer

Willelmus Spetch, marriner, fil. Ricardi Spetch, blacksmith

Johannes Freere, silkweaver, fil. Roger Freer, idem

Thomas Wrightson, clothworker, fil. Anth. Wrightson, cordwainer

Robertus Pennington, seaman, fil. Joh. Pennington, bearbruer

Thomas Mackwrith, linnenweaver, fil. Hen. Mackwrith, bricklayer

Thomas Hamond, bookebinder, fil. Thomæ Hamond

Joh. Middleton, trunckmaker, fil. Geo. Middleton, merchant taylor

Johannes Pocklington, translater, fil. Lyonell Pocklington

Samuel Nevill, merchant taylor, fil. Thomæ Nevill, idem

Franciscus Burton, translater, fil. Franci Burton, idem

Johannes Smith, goldsmith, fil. Willelmi Smith, merchant taylor

Edwardus Binkes, habberdasher, fil. Geo. Binkes, merchant taylor

Thomas Boulton, coppersmith, fil. Thomæ Boulton, ejusdem

Johannes Walker, dyer, fil. Thomæ Walker, ejusdem

Willelmus Craven, glover, fil. Petri Craven, ejusdem

Johannes Coultart, taylor, fil. Willelmi Coultart, ejusdem

Johannes Rawden, hosier, fil. Roberti Rawden, ejusdem

Andrewus Wearesdale, cooke, fil. Andrei Wearsdale, ejusdem

32 CAR. II, THO. CARTER, MAJORE. THO. PENROSE, SAM. BLACKBEARD, MERCHANTS, THO. THOMPSON, ATTORNEY, THO. INMAN, MERCER, FRAN. THOMLINSON, GROCER, JOH. HIRST, VINTNER, JAMES BELL, INHOLDER, WILL. WRIGHT, BEERBREWER, CAMERARIIS

Solomon Snawdon, apothecary

Ric. Breare, barber chirurgion

Phillip Bovill, hempdresser

Matthew Arnison, labourer

George Much, labourer

John Bewley, linenweaver

John Radley, brickelayer

Rob. Ramskell, glazier & plum.

Tymothy Bradley, gardiner

Thomas Bellarby

Thomas Cant, merchant taylor

Robert Moody, milner

Henry Sendall, milloner

John Todd, whitesmith

Beniamin Pybus, merchant

James Jackson, glazier

John Harrison, chandler

Christofer Law, carpenter

Will. Clarke, merchant taylor

George Wilson, baker

John Witty, inholder

Will. Teasdall, free lab., pro vita

Anth. Scafe, free lab., pro vita

John Taylor, sugar baker

Mat. Enneton, free lab., pro vita

Edward Baldcocke

Rhoades Haynes, chirurgeon

Richard Johnson, whitesmith

Robert Stones

James Law, merchant

Edward Cooke, baker

William Widdowes, mercer

Marke Walden, cooper

Thomas Metcalfe, butcher

Jeremiah Win, merchant taylor

Robert Hall

Matthew Jowland

Hen. Lambert, free lab., pro vita

Joseph Williamson, idem

Thomas Coxon, idem

Richard Pullaine, idem

Christofer Legard, merchant

Tymothy Mortimer, sadler

John Smyth, joyner

Francis Hyldyard, bookseller

Thomas Cruttenden, clockmaker

Arthur Robinson, merchant

Per Patres

Thomas Moysey, merchant taylor, fil. John Mosey, idem

Johannes Beeforth, watchmaker, fil. Geo. Beeforth, merchant taylor

George Waite, cooke, fil. George Waite, baker

Malleca Otley, carpenter, fil. Michaell Otley, lynenweaver

Thomas Kirke, joyner, fil. Thomas Kirke, idem

John Place, merchant, fil. John Place, merchant

Nicholaus Robinson, bricklayer, fil. Edwardi Robinson, inholder

Henry Day, fishmonger, fil. Henry Day, barber chirurgeon

Charles Hall, painter stayner, fil. Willelmi Hall, spurrier

John Lodge, sadler, fil. John Lodge, idem

James Cawton, upholster, fil. James Cawton, marriner

John Rasin, carpinter, fil. Matthew Rasin, idem

John Day, mercer, fil. Thomæ Day, artisen skinner

Tho. Beckwith, merchant taylor, fil. Will. Beckwith, lynenweaver

Thomas Maxwell, painter stayner, fil. Thomæ Maxwell, bricklayer

John Scalinge, cordwayner, fil. Charles Scalinge, grocer

Oswould Picke, musition, fil. George Picke, blacksmyth

George Rigden, merchant, fil. George Rigden, inholder

James Thwinge, merchant taylor, fil. Edwardi Thwing, barker

Christofer Hutton, haberdasher, fil. Abram Hutton, glover

Henry Moore, marriner, fil. John Moore, marriner

Thomas Boulton, felmonger, fil. Richard Boulton, idem

Marke Gill, goldsmith, fil. John Gill, glover

Beniamin Lazenby, merch. taylor, fil. Johannis Lazenby, pinner

Thomas Raper, merchant, fil. Thomas Raper, idem

Christofer Greene, translator, fil. Willelmi Greene, whitesmyth

Francis Buckle, fil. Francis Buckle, tanner

Thomas Fothergill, dyer, fil. Thomæ Fothergill, dyer

Thomas Buttry, translator, fil. John Buttry, milner

Johannes Jackson, marriner, fil. Willelmi Jackson, fishmonger

33 CAR. II, JOHN WOOD, MAJORE. SAM. COLLINSON, ROB. CALVERT, ATTORNEYS, WALSINGHAM COOKE, GENT., JOH. THORPE, FRAN. MOORWOOD, GROCERS, CHRIS. HUTTON, HABERDASH., WILL. LUND, BAK., ROB. DOWNES, LOCKSMITH, CAMERARIIS

Enocke Linsley, grocer

John Burton, tanner

Will. Thompson, lynenweaver

Thomas Todd, wynecowper

Robert Sherwin, translator

Johannes Winnard, grocer

Thomas Trevis, merchant taylor

William Holt, mercer

John Solby, inholder

Joshua Awmond, grocer

Reinold Walbancke, cutler

Phillip Fowler, carpenter

John Harrison, bricklayer

Christofer Welburne, bookeseller

Thomas Williamson, merchant taylor

Richard Webster, cordwayner

Peter Dawson, gentleman

Tho. Waller, free lab., pro vita

Thomas Ducke, haberdasher

Myles Scarr, milner

William Sharpe, grocer

Thomas Wilbore, chandler

Robert Key, coppersmith

John Denton, merchant

Jacob Marshall, girdler

Samuell Camplishon, tanner

John Preston, tanner

Samuel Champley, whelewright

Michaell Dockley, wynecowper

Robert Browne, tallow chandler

Edw. Walker, free lab., pro vita

James Trewman, mercer

John Stainton

John Baxter, felmonger

John Banckes, barber chirurgeon

Richard Laycocke, merchant

Stephen Williams, grocer

William Knowles, milner

George Simpson, carpenter

James Warwicke, butcher

Richard Gibson, milner

George Alderson, carpenter

Samuel Bentley, carpenter

Theophilus Aldred, carpenter

Richard Gibson, dyer

Laurence Thomlinson, grocer

John Robson, marriner

Robert Taylor, joyner

Roger South, goldsmyth

Robert Heaton, lab., pro vita

Richard Peirson, merchant

Thomas Harrison, glover

John Hall, tobacco cutter

John Widhouse, lab., pro vita

Clement Stephenson, apothecary

George Inglish, translator

Henry Braby, mercer

Per Patres

Robertus Jackson, sadler, fil. Roberti Jackson, sadler

Edwardus Elwicke, merchant taylor, fil. Rogeri Elwicke, draper

Samuel Rusham, marriner, fil. Samuel Rusham, blacksmith

William Hart, merchant, fil. William Hart, merchant

Charles Wood, merchant, fil. John Wood, Ld. Mayor

James Beeforth, merchant, fil. George Beeforth, idem

Matthæus Howgrave, translator, fil. Raph Howgrave, gardiner

Ricardus Fleminge, rope maker, fil. Ricardi Fleminge, idem

Thomas Barstow, mercer, fil. Michael Barstow, idem

Thomas Smyth, joyner, fil. Willelmi Smyth, baker

John Skinner, tanner, fil. Roberti Skinner, idem

Ricardus Ewinges, feltmaker, fil. Ricardi Ewinges, idem

Johannes Maxwell, cordwayner, fil. Thomæ Maxwell, bricklayer

James Dunch, barber, fil. Robert Dunch, porter

John Hudson, baker, fil. Robert [Hudson], whitesmyth

John Foster, silkeweaver, fil. Johannis Foster, swordcutler

Henry Duckworth, merchant, fil. Francisci Duckworth, idem

James Howgell, fil. Thomas Howgell, grocer

Thomas Weddell, hempdresser, fil. Roberti Weddell, draper

Georgius Hickson, fil. Thomæ Hickson, joyner & carpenter

Christofer Gale, inholder, fil. Matthæi Gale, skinner

Willelmus Blansheard, draper, fil. Willelmi Blansheard, gent.

John Serieson, currier, fil. John Serieson, clothworker

Willelmus Lupton, clockmaker, fil. Willelmi Lupton, clockmaker

George Fairburne, ropemaker, fil. Willelmi Fairburne, taylor

Marmaduke Colton, baker, fil. Francisci Colton, idem

Willelmus Richardson, armorer, fil. Thomæ Richardson, idem

Johannes Pattricke, lynenweaver, fil. Johannis Pattricke, idem

James Rossendale, fil. Phillip Rossendale, marriner

Abell Seymor, girdler, fil. Abell Seymor, idem

Richard Walker, butcher, fil. Willelmi Walker, idem

Matthæus Mackepeace, cowper, fil. Willelmi Mackpeace, idem

James Smeeton, baker, fil. John Smeeton, idem

Ricardus Wood, merchant, fil. Johannis Wood, Ld. Mayor & merch.

Charles Goldsbrough, goldsmyth, fil. Joh. Goldsbrough, vintner

Arthur Mangye, goldsmyth, fil. Henrici Mangye, idem

Johannes Williamson, cooke, fil. Roberti Williamson, whitesmyth

34 CAR. II, EDW. THOMPSON, MAJORE. PET. DAWSON, GENT., THO. MANGYE, GOLDSMITH, THO. FOTHERGILL, DYER, THO. HIRST, MERCH. TAIL., JEREMY WELFFITT, HABERDASH., WILL. WALKER, CLOTHWORKER, ROB. TYERMAN, TALLOW CHAND., WILL. BRIGGS, CARPENTER, CAMERARIIS

Jeremiah Goodyear, barber chirurgeon

Christopher Deutrice, merch. taylor

Robert Render, carpenter

Lancelett Denkin, carpenter

Christopher Hutchinson, combmaker

Christopher Richardson, hosier

Thomas Watson, coachmaker

Tymothy Wade, cordwayner

Robert Cowpland, pinner

John Hemsley, brickelayer

William Anton, brickelayer

Matthew Thompson, vintiner

Watkinson Wolfe, chandler

Charles Smythson, barber chirurgeon

Abell Woodhouse, merchant taylor

John Flint, butcher

Edward Hall, butcher

William Buckle, carpenter

John Jackson, carpenter

Richard Whitby, cordwayner

Richard Broadbelt, sadler

Robert Smith, inholder

Leonard Baynes, upholster (appr. to Mr. Robert Rhoades, upholster, erased)

Edward Watson, carpenter

Matthew Tennant, felmonger

John Duninge, merchant taylor

Anthony Sharpe, cordwayner

Anthony Appleby, joyner

Thomas Gill, per redemption

Thomas Crossby, butcher

John Lazenby, cordwayner

Tymothy Lakin, tanner

John Clarke, milner

John Welffitt, haberdasher

Robert Jackson, merchant taylor

Matthew Buckle, cordwayner

John Burnett, merchant taylor

Thomas Ingland, cowper

William Lund, cordwayner

Math. Browne, merchant taylor

Matthew Coxon, per redemp.

William Holdsworth, confectioner

Per Patres

Willelmus Freeman, bookbinder, fil. Willelmi Freeman, scrivener

Johannes Beaverley, tanner, fil. Johannis Beaverley, tanner

James Browne, milner, fil. James Browne, milner

John Simpson, cowper, fil. Anthony Simpson, tanner

Charles Smeeton, bookbinder, fil. Joh. Beckeford (sic), bookebinder

Henry Pearson, butcher, fil. (blank)

Will. Burkehead, merch. taylor, fil. Will. Burkehead, merch. taylor

Tristram Dawson, cowper, fil. Tristram Dawson, cowper

Phillip Thomlinson, draper, fil. Thomæ Thomlinson, draper

Henry Heild, bricklayer, fil. Henry Heild, bricklayer

Robertus Holtby, bricklayer, fil. Lawrance Holtby, bricklayer

Stephanus Hutchinson, mariner, fil. Roberti Hutchinson, mercer

James Waller, gentleman, fil. John Waller, girdler

Joseph Lee, glaisier, fil. Matthew Lee, merchant taylor

Richard Dinnis, butcher, fil. Richard Dinnis, butcher

George Fothergill, mercer, fil. Thomas Fothergill, dyer

Henry Scott, merchant, fil. Joseph Scott, merchant

Emanuell Nightingale, grocer, fil. Edwardi Nightingale, grocer

Robert Holsworth, fil. Robert Holsworth, barber

Thomas Hutchinson, fil. John Hutchinson, mercer

Miles Deane, barber chyrurgeon, fil. Myles Deane, ibidem

John Waills, fil. John Waills, merchant taylor

Richard Ward, fil. George Ward, clothworker

35 CHAS. II, ROB. WALLER, MAJORE. CHAR. WOOD, ARTH. ROBISON, MERCHANTS, LEON. WILSON, ATTORN., ROB. GATHORNE, GROC., THO. BRADLY, DRAP., JAS. PICKERINGE, DYER, SAM. SMYTH, BELFOUNDER, RIC. SANDYMAN, PANYERMAN, CAMERARIIS

William Armesteade, glasier

Henry Lazenby, cordwayner

Thomas Barber, per redemption

Chris. Potter, free labourer

Nathaniell Lowther, per redemp.

John Anton, bricklayer

John Stell, barber chirurgeon

Rob. Duffield, linnenweavour

Francis Horner, butcher

Francis Lassels, mercer

Charles Ward, linnenweavour

Joseph Orton, mercer

John Whiteheade, habadasher

Charles Charnocke, glasier

Gilbert Drake, mercer

Roger Ward, apothecary

William Pirret, inholder

Thomas Wilson, merchant taylor

John Robison, barber chirurgeon

George Osterfield, per redemp.

Richard Whitelocke, inholder

Robert Bradley, girdler

John Rycroft, per redemption

Benjamin Wilson, cordwainer

John Hall, mercer

Joseph Holt, labourer, per red.

Martin Spavein, upholster

William Rodwell, pewterer

Thomas Pinckney, silkweaver

Charls Poolter, cooper

Benjamyn Tennant, chandler

Marmaduke Musgrave, joyner

Robert Johnson, silkweavour

John Dickinson, cordwainer

Tho. Lambert, admitted a free labourer

Charles Bywater, attorney

Seth Keirby, waterman

John Hall, translater

John Popleton, merchant taylor

Emanuel Thearsby, blacksmith

Nath. Wilson, merch. adventurer

William Cocken, joyner

Abraham Crowther, free lab.

Robert Sisson, fishmonger

George Stubley, by redemption

John Evens, free labourer

Per Patres

Philip Wilberfosse, sadler, fil. Thomas Wilberfosse

Thomas Walker, fil. Ralph Walker

James Cooke, fil. James Cooke, whitsmith

William Tuke, smith, fil. William Tuke, smith

John Cattell, fil. John Cattell, baker

Matthew Marrieot, fil. Fredericke Marryot

William Hardy, fil. William Hardy

Revel Vessey, fil. Michaell Vessey

John Greenup, barber chirurgeon, fil. Ric. Greenup, ibidem

Jacob Rousby, fil. John Rousby, watchmaker

John Braithwaite, fil. John Braithwaite, blacksmith

John Raper, merchant

William Kirke, fil. Thomas Kirke, carpenter

William Foxton, fil. Bryan Foxton, labourer

Thomas Williamson, fil. Thomas Williamson, baker

Samuel Coulton, merchant, fil. John Coulton, milloner

John Mitchell, sonne of William Mitchell, baker

William Smeeton, fil. William Smeeton, tanner

William Barnard, fil. William Barnard

James Plumer, merchant, fil. Joh. Plumer, merchant

John Ward, fil. Matthew Ward, cordiner

Michael Wilson, baker, fil. of Michael Wilson, ibidem

George Gowland, fil. George Gowland, dec., arteson skiner

36 CHAS. II, JOH. THOMSON, MAJORE. NATH. WILSON, MERCAT., JAC. WALLER, ATTORNEY, WILL. METCALFE, GEO. FOTHERGILL, MERCERS, THO. STOCKTON, PANARIO, JOH. SMITH, DYER, FRAN. NICHOLSON, TAPITER, JOH. MOORE, MARRINER, CAMERARIIS

Sir John Reresby, barronettus, per redemp.

Roger Wynn, haberdasher

Stephen Blyth, grocer

Tobias Jenkins, esq., per redemp.

James Moyser, esq., per redemp.

Francis Mexon, tanner

George Barber, linnenweavour

John Gray, cooper

Marmaduke Palister, whitesmith

Thomas Midleton, shoemaker

James Atkinson, merchant taylor

John Purdon, milner

James Midlebrooke, merch. taylor

James Inman, mercer

John Hodgson, milner

John Pullayne, butcher

Christopher Bynke, currier

Henry Leakland, grocer

William Oliver, vintner

Robert Benson, baker

Marmaduke Danby, comemaker

Robert Chambers, inholder

John Cowling, cordwainer

George Richardson, silkweavour

William Heeld, cordwainer

John Auman, carpenter

George Dinmore, blacksmith

John Wilkinson, cordwainer

Thomas Millner, whitsmith

George Lazenby, bricklayer

The Honble. Richard, Earle of Burlington & Corke, recorder of this City, per redemption

Jonathan Driden, chaplaine to the Earle of Burlington, per redemption

Captain George Buttler, the like

Charles Bull, esq., the like

Mr. Chris. Croft, the like

Robert Mould, wyne cooper

John Lockwood, wyne cooper

John Mortimer, glaizer

William Trewman, brascaster

Thomas Agar, draper

Tho. Simpson, admitted free lab.

William Servant, the like

Roger Thomson, marriner

Leonard Wray, butcher

Richard Tyndall, sadler

Will. Austin, merchant taylor

Per Patres

Joseph Greenup, fil. John Greenup, merchant tayler

Richard Hardy, fil. Robert Hardy, carpenter

Stephen Chester, fil. Joseph Chester, baker

William Prince, fil. William Prince, goldsmith

Thomas Buckle, fil. Marmaduke Buckle, felmonger

Richard Pickard, fil. Richard Pickard, merchant

Thomas Fox, cooper, fil. Thomas Fox

Lewis Wood, barber, fil. John Wood, vintner

John Foster, fil. Valentine Foster, hempdresser

Samuel Hardy, fil. Thomas Hardy, baker

Tobias Wickham, fil. Henry Wickham, Docter in Divinity

Leonard Hudson, fil. William Hudson, cooper

William Walker, fil. William Walker, tanner

John Green, fil. John Green, cordwainer

William Bradley, fil. Richard Bradley, cuttler

Thomas Green, fil. William Green, whitsmith

John Beeforth, fil. John Beeforth, whitsmith

Edward Wright, fil. Thomas Wright, pypemaker

Richard Williamson, fil. James Williamson, pewterer

Christopher Barwick, fil. William Barwicke, butcher

Christopher Smith, fil. Thomas Smith, mercer

Michaell Hall, fil. Michaell Hall, mercer

Richard Midleton, fil. George Midleton, merchant taylor

Conyers Belwood, fil. William Belwood

Charles Tebb, taylor, fil. Thomas Tebb

John Hawckins, fil. John Hauckins

Henry Duglas, fil. Thomas Duglas, labourer

Christopher Gibson, fil. Robert Gibson, tanner

Christopher Dobison, fil. William Dobison, weavour

William Smith, fil. William Smith, baker

Charles Waterhouse, fil. Charles Waterhouse, joyner

John Tiping, fil. William Tiping, skiner

James Lawrance, fil. Thomas Lawrance, baker

Robert Halladay, fil. William Halladay

Thomas England, fil. Francis England, haberdasher

Benjamin Lee, fil. Matthew Lee, merchant taylor

Christopher Coulton, fil. Robert Coulton, pewterer

Robert Coulton, fil. Robert Coulton, pewterer

Robert Stabley, fil. Nicholas Stabley, pewterer

William Wilson, fil. William Wilson, trunckmaker

William Wilkinson, fil. John Wilkinson, waterman

Thomas Blith, fil. Nathan Blyth, cordwainer

Ralph Howgrave, fil. Ralph Howgrave, gardiner

Richard Curdeux, fil. William Curdeux, draper

Richard Pickard, fil. William Pickard, cordwainer

Nathaniel Bucke, fil. William Bucke, joyner

John Walker, fil. Walter Walker, felmonger

Michael Colburne, fil. Lawrance Colburne, hattmaker

John Chapman, fil. George Chapman, butcher

Oswell Buckle, fil. John Buckle, whitsmith

John Lund, fil. Christopher Lund

Tobias Matthews, fil. Thomas Matthews, tanner

John Beane, fil. John Beane, cordwainer

Thomas Matthew, fil. Thomas Matthews, tanner

Richard Hotham, fil. Matthew Hotham, draper

Jonathan Cade, fil. William Cade, labourer

John Hamond, whitsmith, fil. James Hamond

Josuah Scott, linnenweavour, fil. William Scott

John Tessimond, merchant taylor, fil. James Tessimond

Thomas Harland, fil. Anthony Harland, cordwainer