The Aldermen of the City of London Temp. Henry III - 1912. Originally published by Corporation of the City of London, London, 1908.
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Aldermen who are noticed in the "Dictionary of National Biography."
170 persons who were elected Aldermen of London are noticed in the Dictionary; the biographies of 63 are contributed by Mr. Welch and of 15 by Sir Sidney Lee; Mr. Gordon Goodwin is responsible for 8, Professor Firth for 6, Messrs. J. M. Rigg and W. P. Courtney for 5 each, Sir J. K. Laughton and Mr. Russell Barker for 4 each, Professor Pollard and Messrs. Irving Carlyle and Lionel Cust and the late Mr. G. C. Boase for 3 each ; 7 other contributors have written two articles and 34 a single article each.
Aldermen whose Burials are Recorded in Machyn's Diary.
[The worthy diarist, who appears to have been an undertaker by profession, records the funeral arrangements in elaborate detail, not forgetting the 'grett dener' which usually followed the 'berehyng.' The diary deserves notice if only for the grotesque orthography, which throws into the shade the most inspired efforts of the modern 'Simplified Speling Sosieti.']
|Sir William Lok||1||Sir Henry Huberthorn||115|
|William Robyns||28||Sir John Ayliffe||116|
|Sir Ralph Warren||36||Sir John Gresham||116|
|Stephen Kyrton||42||Henry Goodere||118|
|John Lambarde||67||Sir George Barne||166|
|Augustin Hynde||67||John Machell||171|
|Sir Henry Amcotts||68||Sir Andrew Judde||173|
|(fn. 1)Thomas Lewen||91||John Sadler||203|
|Henry Herdson||99||(fn. 1)John Lowen||210|
|Christopher Aleyn||100||Robert Trappes||216|
|Sir Richard Dobbys||106||Sir Thomas Curtes||217|
|Sir William Laxton||111||Sir Rowland Hill||271|
|Sir John Champneys||115||David Woodroffe||303|