Records of the Worshipful Company of Carpenters Volume I: Apprentices' Entry Books 1654-1694. Originally published by Company at the University Press, Oxford, 1913.
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Thomas Dier the late Apprentice of John Martin his first Mr to whome he was bound by Indre at this hall & afterwards turned over here unto Richard Reading Basketmaker & inrolled to him at Guildhall not to be turned over or new bound unto any other untill the sd. Rich. Reading dwelling at the 3 Cranes over agt St Toolies Church Southwarke hath notice thereof.
william warner the late apprentice of Thomas ware his assd Mr from Thomas Heake not to be made free till his said Mr ware in Pettycoate lane hath notice there of because the said Apprentice hath absented himself from his service & not served according to his covenant &c.
Emery Argis the apprentice of Thomas Driller Cittizen & Carpenter of London at London wall neere Bippsgate Caumomlstreete not to be made free of this Company by Service untill mr Strangwige of white lyon yard without Bishopsgate Carpenter hath notice thereof either given him in person or left att his house because the said Strangwige saith that the said Apprentice hath not served above halfe his terme.
Joseph Webb Carpentr att old streete end towards the Feilds not to binde unto himselfe att this Hall one Thomas Piper to be his apprentice untill William Wilson att the greene lettice in the old Jury have notice.
John Butcher the late apprentice of Daniel Botsford assd from Thomas Heake not to be made free of this Company untill the said Botsford in Gray Inn lane hath notice thereof for that the apprentice was married within the terme of his apprenticeship nor hath served according to his Indre. per report of Edward Ramsford Carpenter of Clothfaire.
John Simpson heretofore bound apprentice to John Vezey of . . . . . in winchester parke in Southwarke (Att his request) is not to be . . . . . this Company till Mr Vezey hath notice thereof For that . . . that he is married within the terme of his apprenticeship.