Gloucester
Aldermen, 1483-1835

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'Gloucester: Aldermen, 1483-1835', A History of the County of Gloucester: Volume 4: The City of Gloucester (1988), pp. 374-381. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=42322 Date accessed: 23 October 2014.


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ALDERMEN OF GLOUCESTER 1483–1835

Under its charter of 1483 Gloucester had 12 aldermen, who were to hold office for life and one of whom was to serve each year as mayor. Under the Municipal Corporations Act the existing bench of aldermen retired from office at the end of 1835.

The list is based on G.B.R., B 2/1, ff. 26v.–31, 36–39v., 60–63v.; on the records of elections and the lists of the common council in ibid. B 3/1–14; and on Ripley, 'Glouc. 1660–1740', App. XXV. Other sources are given in the footnotes. There are probably some names missing in the period 1483–1503. An asterisk indicates where the appointment or removal of an alderman was the result of government intervention.

Most of the aldermen served two terms as sheriff before their appointment and one or two terms as mayor after it. For a list of mayors and sheriffs during the period, see Fosbrooke, Glouc. 208–11 (which can be completed up to 1835 from G.B.R., B 3/13–14).

Election (or, in brackets, first occurrence) Occupation (where known) Death, Resignation, or Removal
1483 (fn. 1) John Trye d. 1485 (fn. 2)
(1484) John Capel (fn. 3) d. 1505
(1485) Wm. Francombe d. 1488 (fn. 4)
(1486) (fn. 5) John Hilley wiredrawer d. 1494 (fn. 6)
(1486) John Poole (by 1503)
(1486) Ric. Russell (by 1503)
(1486) And. Bye (by 1503)
(1486) Thos. Long (by 1503)
(1486) Thos. Bower (by 1503)
(1486) Wm. Cole mercer (fn. 7) d. 1517
(1486) Thos. Fairford d. 1487 (fn. 8)
(1486) Rob. Cuff draper d. 1496 (fn. 9)
(1486) Thos. Hart mercer (fn. 10) (by 1503)
(1489) (fn. 11) Rob. Poole (by 1503)
(1491) (fn. 12) Wal. Rowden lawyer (fn. 13) d. 1513
(1492) Wm. Cooke d. 1494 (fn. 14)
(1492) Phil Pridith (by 1503)
(1492) John Elliott tanner (d. 1497) (fn. 15)
(1495) (fn. 16) Rob. Rawlings draper d. 1497 (fn. 17)
(1499) Garet van Eck merchant (fn. 18) d. 1506
(1501) John Cooke mercer d. 1528 (fn. 19)
(1503) Wm. Henshaw bellfounder (fn. 20) d. 1522
(1503) Wm. Marmion res 1530
(1503) Thos. Asplyn res. 1510/11
(1503) Thos. Tayloe clothier (fn. 21) d. 1531
(1503) Thos. Lane d. 1504
(1503) John Natton mercer (fn. 22) d. 1519
(1503) David Vaughan merchant (fn. 23) d. 1504
1504 Wm. Goldsmith (or Smith) goldsmith (fn. 24) d. 1517
1504 Thos. Studley d. 1511/12 (fn. 25)
1505 Nic. Elliott d. 1517
1506 Ric. Rowden mercer (fn. 26) d. 1517
1510/11 Ralph Sankey capper (fn. 27) d. 1524
1511/12 Rob. Plavis d. 1519
1513 John Hawkins brewer (fn. 28) d. 1523
1517 Thos. Porter (or Hartland) (fn. 29) draper (fn. 30) d. 1522
1517 Wm. Jordan cutler (fn. 31) d. 1545
1517 Ralph Halsey d. 1519
1517 John Allen tanner (fn. 32) d. 1524
1519 John Falconer capper (fn. 33) d. 1545
1519 John Rawlings draper (fn. 34) d. 1532
1519 Wm. Hazard dyer (fn. 35) d. 1543
1522 Thos. Osborne mercer (fn. 36) d. 1541
1522 John Chapman res. 1527/8
1523 John Semys d. 1540
1524 John Rastell d. 1533
1524 Thos. Massinger d. 1534
1527/8 Wm. Matthews tanner (fn. 37) d. 1539
1528 Adam ap Howel d. 1546
1530 Hen. Marmion d. 1542
1531 Thos. Bell (later Kt.) capper (fn. 38) d. 1566
1532 Lewis ap Rice d. 1533
1533 Thos. Payne draper (fn. 39) d. 1560
1533 Rob. Poole merchant (fn. 40) d. 1545
1534 Thos. a Morgan d. 1534
1534 Phil. Redvern mercer (fn. 41) d. 1549
1539 Thos. Loveday d. 1558
1540 Thos. Bell d. 1560/1 (fn. 42)
1541 Maur. Vaughan mercer (fn. 43) d. 1542
1542 John Huggins capper (fn. 44) d. 1544
1542 Ralph Rawlings d. 1548
1543 David Lewis draper (fn. 45) d. 1545
1544 Thos. Clutterbuck merchant (fn. 46) res. 1557
1545 John Rastell draper (fn. 47) d. 1558
1545 John Sandford clothier (fn. 48) res. 1554
1545 Wm. Traherne d. 1549
1545 Wm. Mitchell draper (fn. 49) d. 1555
1546 Thos. Pury mercer d. 1579
1548 Wm. Hazard draper (fn. 50) res. 1555
1549 Rob. Moreton vintner (fn. 51) d. 1571
1549 Wm. Jenkins d.1566/7
1554 John ap Richard d. 1558
1555 Wm. Bond goldsmith (fn. 52) d. 1565
1555 Hen. Machen d. 1567
1557 Thos. Massinger d. 1565
1558 Thos. Hyde tanner d. 1574
1558 Lawr. Singleton draper res. 1593
1558 John Woodward mercer d. 1575
1560/1 (fn. 53) Hen. King mercer d. 1571
1560 Thos. Semys clothier d. 1603
1565 Wm. Massinger d. 1594
1565 John Kirby clothier d. 1578
1566/7 Hen. ap Rice vintner d. 1569
1566 Luke Garnons draper d. 1615
1567 Thos. Wicks d. 1572
1569 Wm. Sandford clothier d. 1570
1570 Peter Romney clothier d. 1577
1571 Ric. Cugley baker d. 1586
1571 Thos. Francombe merchant d. 1579
1572 Jas. Morse tanner d. 1578
1574 Thos. Machen mercer d. 1614
1575 Thos. Lane maltster d. 1584
1577 John Smith brewer d. 1586
1578 Lawr. Holliday mercer d. 1587
1578 John Webley dyer d. 1588
1579 Thos. Best d. 1587
1579 John Cowdale tanner, later maltster d. 1607
1584 John Browne mercer d.1593
1586 Ric. Coxe maltster d. 1605
1586 Rob. Walkeley mercer, later brewer rem. 1604
1587 Ric. Webb baker, later brewer d. 1598
1587 John Rastell d. 1587
1587 Ric. Ward upholsterer d. 1593
1588 John Taylor maltster rem. 1615
1593 Hen. Hazard maltster res. 1616
1593 Ric. Hands diocesan registrar d. 1593
1593 Grimbald Hutchins draper rem. 1602
1593 Wal. Nourse mercer rem. c. 1606
1594 John Jones diocesan registrar d. 1630
1598 Chris. Capel mercer d. 1626 (fn. 54)
1602 Thos. Rich mercer d. 1607
1603 John Payne innkeeper d. 1605
1604 Hen. Darby baker d. 1614
1605 Lawr. Wilshire clothier (fn. 55) d. 1612
1605 John Baugh mercer d. 1621
c. 1606 John Brewster furrier d. 1610
1607 John Thorne brewer d. 1618 (fn. 56)
1607 John Browne brewer d. 1638
1610 Wm. Hill mercer d. 1636
1612 Thos. Adams clothier d. 1621
1614 Edm. Clements mercer d. 1633 (fn. 57)
1614 Ric. Smith tanner d. 1637
1615 Mat. Price tanner d. 1635
1615 Geof. Beale mercer res. 1635
1616 (2nd term) John Taylor maltster d. 1626
1618 (fn. 58) (2nd term) Hen. Hazard maltster d. 1625 (fn. 59)
1621 Ric. Beard mercer d. 1638
1621 John Walton goldsmith d. 1626
1625 Wm. Price mercer (fn. 60) d. 1640
1625 Hen. Browne d. 1637
1626 Ant. Robinson d. 1641
1626 Toby Bullock d. 1641
1630 John Brewster maltster (fn. 61) d. 1649
1633 John Webb d. 1643
1635 Wm. Lugg tanner (fn. 62) d. 1646
1635 Wm. Singleton draper (fn. 63) rem. 1662*
1636 Wm. Capel rem. 1662*
1637 Jas. Powell d. 1646
1637 John Hayward d. 1640
1638 Thos. Hill d. 1652
1638 Thos. Pury attorney (fn. 64) res. 1662
1640 John Scriven ironmonger (fn. 65) d. 1645
1640 Dennis Wise mercer (fn. 66) rem. 1662*
1641 Nic. Webb d. 1647
1641 Leon. Tarne vintner (fn. 67) d. 1642
1642 Luke Nourse rem. 1662*
1643 Lawr. Singleton draper (fn. 68) rem. 1662*
1645 Jasper Clutterbuck d. 1659 (fn. 69)
1646 Jas. Wood d. 1646
1646 John Madock d. 1657/8
1646 Hen. Cugley d. 1669
1647 Jas. Stephens tanner, later maltster (fn. 70) rem. 1672*
1649 Ant. Edwards d. 1660
1652 Edm. Collett tanner (fn. 71) res. 1658
1657/8 Rob. Tyther tanner (fn. 72) d. 1660 (fn. 73)
1658 Toby Jordan bookseller rem. 1663*
1659 Rob. Payne rem. 1662*
1660 Thos. Pierce rem. 1663*
1660 Thos. Lugg mercer rem. 1662*
1661/2 Wm. Clarke rem. 1662*
1662* Wm. Russell furrier d. 1682
1662* John Powell d. 1666
1662* Thos. Yate apothecary d. 1668
1662* Thos. Price d. 1679
1662* John Woodward d. 1667
1662* Ant. Arnold attorney (fn. 74) rem. 1672
1662 Rob. Fielding physician rem. 1671
1662 Nic. Webb rem. 1663*
1663* Hen. Ockhold d. 1669
1663* John Wagstaffe res. 1689
1663* Hen. Fowler physician d. 1685
1666/7 Wm. Bubb rem. 1672*
1666/7 Ric. Massinger brewer (fn. 75) d. 1668
1668 Wm. Scudamore rem. 1672*
1668 Toby Langford bookseller rem. 1672*
1669 Wm. Hodges rem. 1672*
1669 Rob. Longden rem. 1672*
1672* Hen. Norwood landowner (fn. 76) d. 1689
1672* Wm. Cooke landowner (fn. 77) d. 1703
1672* Duncombe Colchester (later Kt.) landowner (fn. 78) d. 1694
1672* Hen. Brett landowner (fn. 79) d. 1674
1672* Wm. Selwyn landowner (fn. 80) d. 1679
1672* John Gythins draper d. 1690
1672* Thos. Aram mercer d. 1679
1672* John Rogers baker d. 1694
1674 John Webb mercer (fn. 81) d. 1686
1679 Rob. Halford d. 1683
1679 Francis Singleton ironmonger (fn. 82) d. 1682
1679 John Price d. 1687
1682 Wm. Lambe chapter registrar res. 1691
1682 Wm. Jordan apothecary rem. 1687*
1683 John Hill res. 1689
1685 Benj. Hyett attorney (fn. 83) rem. 1687*
1686 John Smallwood rem. 1687*
1687* Anselm Fowler landowner (fn. 84) res. 1688
1687* John Essington landowner (fn. 85) rem. 1689
1687* Thos. Browne res. 1712
1687* Thos. Snell rem. 1690
1689 Wm. Hodges d. 1703
1689 Rob. Payne mercer d. 1713
1689 John Ewens draper d. 1696
1689 Wm. Nicholls tanner d. 1693
1690 Sir John Guise, Bt. landowner (fn. 86) d. 1695
1690 Wm. Corsley goldsmith d. 1691
1690 Wm. Taylor ironmonger d. 1706
1691 John Hyett mercer d. 1711
1691 Thos. Longden ironmonger d. 1702
1693 Wm. Scudamore draper (fn. 87) d. 1695
1694 Giles Rodway mercer d. 1729
1694 Thos. Willcocks d. 1699
1695 (2nd term) Thos. Snell d. 1706
1695 Thos. Webb mercer d. 1734
1696 Nic. Webb d. 1712
1699 Sam. Eckley (later Kt.) landowner (fn. 88) rem. 1705
1702 Nic. Lane apothecary d. 1718
1703 Sam. Palmer rem. 1707
1703 Sam. Lye grocer d. 1712
1705 John Bell mercer d. 1719
1706 Capel Payne mercer d. 1743
1706 Wm. Nicholls d. 1721
1707 Edm. Gregory furrier d. 1720
1711 Sam. Hayward grocer d. 1715
1712 Jas. Furney ironmonger d. 1737
1712 Ric. Green maltster d. 1729
1712 Sam. Browne maltster d. 1738
1713 Thos. Ludlow draper d. 1734
1715 Thos. Nicholls plumber d. 1719
1719 Ric. Corsley goldsmith d. 1742
1719 John King dyer d. 1730
1719 Gabriel Harris bookseller d. 1744
1720 Dan. Washbourne maltster res. 1727
1721 John Rodway mercer d. 1736
1727 John Selwyn landowner (fn. 89) d. 1751
1729 Thos. Carill hosier d. 1736
1729 John Small landowner (fn. 90) d. 1739
1730 Wm. Bell landowner, tax collector (fn. 91) d. 1768
1734 John Hayward mercer d. 1758
1734 Ric. Lewis goldsmith d. 1745
1736 Thos. Hill apothecary d. 1760
1736 Chas. Selwyn landowner (fn. 92) res. 1740
1737 Wm. Nicholls postmaster (fn. 93) d. 1769
1738 Edw. Machen d. 1740
1739 Sam. Worrall proctor (fn. 94) d. 1745
1740 Ric. Finch res. 1749
1740 Thos. Hayward d. 1781
1742 Lawr. Crump upholder (fn. 95) d. 1776
1744 John Blackwell d. 1760
1745 Benj. Saunders wine merchant, former innkeeper (fn. 96) d. 1763
1745 Gabriel Harris bookseller (fn. 97) d. 1786
1747 Mic. Bailey d. 1749
1749 Sam. Farmer apothecary (fn. 98) d. 1778
1749 Ric. Roberts d. 1757
1751 Jas. Herbert d. 1758
1757 Geo. Augustus Selwyn landowner (fn. 99) d. 1791
1758 Jos. Cheston apothecary (fn. 100) d. 1779
1758 Ric. Webb grocer (fn. 101) d. 1772
1760 John Baylis woolstapler (fn. 102) d. 1772
1760 Edw. Baylis woolstapler (fn. 103) d. 1775
1764 Thos. Branch d. 1784
1768 John Jefferies pinmaker (fn. 104) d. 1778
1769 John Webb grocer (fn. 105) d. 1785
1772 Benj. Baylis woolstapler (fn. 106) d. 1777
1772 Abraham Saunders wine merchant (fn. 107) d. 1793
1775 Wm. Crump surgeon (fn. 108) d. 1784
1776 John Box pinmaker (fn. 109) res. 1783
1777 Jas. Sadler woolstapler (fn. 110) d. 1779
1778 Wm. Lane attorney (fn. 111) d. 1789
1778 John Bush woolstaper (fn. 112) d. 1781
1779 Thos. Weaver pinmaker (fn. 113) d. 1805
1779 Wm. Cowcher pinmaker (fn. 114) d. 1785
1781 Ric. Webb d. 1787
1781 Chas. Howard, earl of Surrey (later duke of Norfolk) landowner (fn. 115) d. 1815
1783 Sam. Colborne apothecary apothecary (fn. 116) d. 1813
1784 Edwin Jeynes (later Kt.) mercer, later banker (fn. 117) d. 1810
1784 Sir John Guise, Bt. landowner (fn. 118) d. 1794
1785 John Webb landowner (fn. 119) d. 1795
1785 John Jefferies pinmaker (fn. 120) d. 1818
1786 Sam. Woodcock Post Office surveyor (fn. 121) d. 1829
1787 Jas. Sadler mercer (fn. 122) d. 1810
1789 Giles Greenaway landowner, former innkeeper (fn. 123) d. 1815
1791 Wm. Middleton d. 1793
1793 Thos. Mee landowner (fn. 124) d. 1812
1793 John Turner banker (fn. 125) res. 1812
1794 John Ready res. 1806
1795 John Cooke wine merchant (fn. 126) res. 1808
1805 Ric. Nayler surgeon (fn. 127) d. 1816
1806 Dan. Willey landowner (fn. 128) d. 1817
1808 David Arthur Saunders wine merchant d. 1828
1810 Sir Berkeley Wm. Guise, Bt. landowner (fn. 129) d. 1834
1810 Thos. Commeline former attorney (fn. 130) d. 1830
1812 John Pleydell Wilton surgeon (1835)
1812 Edw. Weaver pinmaker res. 1819
1813 Jas. Jelf (later Kt.) banker res. 1815
1815 Sam. Ricketts attorney d. 1820
1815 Thos. Washbourne druggist, later banker (fn. 131) d. 1824
1815 David Walker printer res. 1829
1816 Chas. Weaver pinmaker res. 1818
1817 Ralph Fletcher surgeon (1835)
1818 John Phillpotts barrister res. 1823
1818 John Baron physician res. 1821
1819 Sam. Jones brushmaker (1835)
1820 Jas. Wood banker, mercer (1835)
1821 Hen. Wilton attorney d. 1822
1822 Wm. Price timber merchant (1835)
1823 Thos. Smith attorney res. 1825
1824 John Cooke attorney res. 1829
1825 Shadrach Charleton grocer (fn. 132) res. 1831
1828 David Mowbray Walker printer (1835)
1829 Alex. Walker printer (1835)
1829 Wm. Hen. Hyett landowner (fn. 133) res. 1834
1829 Edw. Bower currier (1835)
1830 John Wm. Wilton surgeon (1835)
1831 Wm. Morgan Meyler surgeon (1835)
1834 Thos. Russell banker (fn. 134) (1835)
1834 Elisha Farmer Sadler land surveyor (fn. 135) (1835)

Footnotes

1 For date of occurrence of first three, Fosbrooke, Glouc. 208.
2 Hockaday Abs. ccxix.
3 Possibly a lawyer, for he was retained 'at counsel' by the corporation in 1493: G.B.R., F 4/2.
4 Hockaday Abs. ccxx.
5 For date of occurrence of him and next nine, G.B.R., B 2/1, f. 1.
6 Hockaday Abs. ccxxi.
7 Ibid. ccxv, 1518.
8 Ibid. ccxvi.
9 Ibid. ccxiii.
10 G.B.R., G 10/1, p. 175.
11 Fosbrooke, Glouc. 208.
12 For date of occurrence of him and next three, B.L. Add. Ch. 23845.
13 Glouc. Cath. Libr., Reg. Abb. Newton, ff. 48–9.
14 Hockaday Abs. ccxix.
15 Ibid. ccxx.
16 For date of occurrence of him and next two, Fosbrooke, Glouc. 208.
17 Hockaday Abs. ccxiii.
18 L. & P. Hen. VIII, i (1), p. 239.
19 Austin, Crypt Sch. 15.
20 L. & P. Hen. VIII, i (1), p. 346.
21 Ibid. p. 265.
22 Ibid. p. 257.
23 Cal. Pat. 1494–1509, 270.
24 L. & P. Hen. VIII, i (1), p. 247; G.B.R., F 4/2.
25 Worcs. R.O., Worc. dioc. wills, vol. ii, f. 39v.
26 L. & P. Hen. VIII, i (1), p. 252.
27 Ibid. p. 229.
28 G.B.R., G 10/1, p. 93.
29 Cf. Glouc. Cath. Libr., Reg. Abb. Malvern, i, f. 41; G.B.R., B 2/1, f. 211v.
30 Draper and hosier: G.B.R., B 2/1, f. 194v.
31 Hockaday Abs. ccxiii, 1547.
32 No conclusive evidence, but he devised a lease of the tanners' company hall to his son Edm., a tanner, and was buried in the company's chap. of St. Clement: Hockaday Abs. ccxv, 1524, 1547.
33 G.B.R., C 9/6, freemen's admissions 1535–6, 1537–8.
34 Ibid. G 10/1, f. 288.
35 Hockaday Abs. ccxx, 1543.
36 G.B.R., B 2/1, f. 221v.
37 Ibid. C 9/6, freemen's admissions 1537–8; Hockaday Abs. ccxx, 1540.
38 Glouc. Cath. Libr., Reg. Abb. Malvern, ii, f. 111v.; P.R.O., E 134/25 Eliz. Hil./3. In 1539 he was described as a clothmaker: L. & P. Hen. VIII, xiv (1), p. 590.
39 G.B.R., C 9/6, freemen's admissions 1543–4.
40 P.R.O., C 142/74, no. 77 (2).
41 Glos. R.O., D 2957/201. 16, 19.
42 G.D.R. wills 1561/120.
43 Hockaday Abs. ccxiii, 1543.
44 Ibid. 1544.
45 G.B.R., C 9/6, recognition of debt 1545.
46 Ibid. B 2/1, f. 153v.
47 Ibid. 2, ff. 30v.–31.
48 Ibid. f. 34 and v.
49 Ibid. C 9/6, recognition of debt 1546.
50 Cal. Pat. 1548–9, 141.
51 Ibid. 1555–7, 232.
52 Ibid. 1547–8, 329.
53 G.B.R., B 2/1, f. 29v.; cf. G.D.R. wills 1561/120.
54 For correction of the date given in G.B.R., B 2/1, f. 60v., cf. ibid. B 3/1, ff. 509, 510v., 514v.
55 Rudder, Glos. 176.
56 P.R.O., C 142/377, no. 96.
57 G.B.R., B 2/1, f. 60; cf. Glos. R. O., P 154/14/IN 1/1, burials 1632–3.
58 G.B.R., B 2/1, f. 60; cf. P.R.O., C 142/377, no. 96.
59 G.B.R., B 2/1, ff. 38v., 60; cf. G.D.R., wills 1625/53.
60 G.B.R., C 10/1, p. 342.
61 Ibid. p. 481.
62 Ibid. p. 476.
63 Ibid. 2, p. 16.
64 Cal. S.P. Dom. 1639–40, 582.
65 G.B.R., C 10/1, p. 397.
66 Ibid. p. 548.
67 Glos. R.O., D 326/T 15.
68 G.B.R., C 10/2, p. 3.
69 Fosbrooke, Glouc. 183–4.
70 G.B.R., C 10/2, pp. 56, 172, 323.
71 Ibid. p. 204.
72 Ibid. p. 251.
73 Fosbrooke, Glouc. 184.
74 Cal. S.P. Dom. 1671–2, 24.
75 'Freemen of Glouc. 1653–1838', ed. p. Ripley (1984, TS. in Glos. R.O. Libr.), 6.
76 Rudder, Glos. 521.
77 V.C.H. Glos x. 19.
78 Ibid. 87.
79 P.R.O., PROB 11/345 (P.C.C. 69 Bunce), ff. 123–4; cf. V.C.H. Glos. vii. 194; Visit. Glos. 1682–3, 25.
80 Rudder, Glos. 542.
81 'Freemen of Glouc.', 18; cf. G.D.R. wills 1686/361.
82 G.B.R., C 10/3, p. 137; cf. P.R.O., PROB 11/372 (P.C.C. 27 Drax), f. 136v.
83 F. A. Hyett, 'Hyetts of Painswick' (1907, TS. in Glos. R.O., Libr.), 26.
84 V.C.H. Glos. x. 275; G.D.R. wills 1701/48.
85 Visit. Glos. 1682–3, 61.
86 Rudder, Glos. 313, 440, 622.
87 Visit. Glos 1682–3, 159.
88 V.C.H. Glos. x. 292.
89 Williams, Parl. Hist. of Glos. 209–10.
90 G.B.R., B 3/9, f. 217; cf. V.C.H. Glos. xi. 297.
91 P.R.O., PROB 11/936 (P.C.C. 49 Secker), ff. 42v.–46v.; Rudder, Glos. 640.
92 Williams, Parl. Hist. of Glos. 209.
93 Glouc. Jnl. 20 Feb. 1769.
94 He also held various posts in Chancery, King's Bench, and Exchequer: Glouc. Jnl. 4 Jan. 1737.
95 G.D.R. wills 1776/196.
96 Glouc. Jnl. 3 Sept. 1722; 25 May 1731; 5 Mar. 1764.
97 Ibid. 24 Apr. 1744.
98 Ibid. 9 Sept. 1760.
99 Williams, Parl. Hist. of Glos. 211.
100 Glos. R.O., D 936/E 12/11, f. 17v.
101 Ibid. 12, f. 21.
102 Ibid. D 1886, Packer fam. deeds.
103 Ibid. D 936/E 12/11, f. 242.
104 Ibid. D 3117/3953, 3955.
105 Ibid. D 936/E 12/13, f. 124v.
106 P.R.O., PROB 11/1033 (P.C.C. 301 Collier), ff. 46–49v.
107 G.B.R., B 3/10, f. 248v.; P.R.O., 11/1239 (P.C.C. 570 Dodwell), ff. 72v.–73v.
108 G.D.R. wills 1786/119.
109 G.B.R., B 3/10, f. 223.
110 G.D.R. wills 1779/181.
111 Glouc. Jnl. 21 Dec. 1789.
112 G.B.R., B 3/11, f. 71.
113 Glos. R.O., D 3117/3957.
114 Ibid. D 936/E 12/12, f. 197v.
115 Cf. below, Outlying Hamlets, man.
116 G.B.R., B 3/11, f. 161v.
117 Ibid.; Glos. Colln., Hannam-Clark papers, TS. notes on Glouc. bankers: 'Turner and Morris'.
118 V.C.H. Glos. x. 19.
119 Williams, Parl. Hist. of Glos. 211.
120 Glos. R.O., D 3117/3957.
121 G.B.R., B 3/14, f. 215.
122 Ibid. 11, f. 187v.
123 P.R.O., PROB 11/1565 (P.C.C. 80 Pakenham), ff. 169–72; V.C.H. Glos. vi. 20; G.B.R., G 3/AV 4.
124 Below, Outlying Hamlets, man.
125 G.B.R., B 3/12, f. 11.
126 Ibid.
127 Unless another reference is given, occupations of aldermen appointed from 1805 are from G.B.R., B 3/14, f. 215.
128 Glos. Colln. 13221, f. 80v.; V.C.H. Glos. x. 210.
129 V.C.H. Glos. x. 19.
130 Glouc. Jnl. 27 July 1789; cf. ibid. 14 July 1888, rep. of presentation to T. Commeline.
131 Glos. Colln., Hannam-Clark papers, TS. notes on Glouc. bankers: 'Wilton & Co.'.
132 'Freemen of Glouc.', 174, 236. On his resignation he became master of the Bluecoat sch.
133 V.C.H. Glos. xi. 68.
134 Glos. Colln., Hannam-Clark papers, TS. notes on Glouc. bankers: 'Wilton & Co.'.
135 Pigot's Dir. (1830), 375.