Index of officers
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'Index of officers: F', Office-Holders in Modern Britain: Volume 11 (revised): Court Officers, 1660-1837 (2006), pp. 976-1013. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=43949 Date accessed: 01 October 2014.


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Faber, Albertus Otho Chemist [ord w/fee] 5 May 1674 (renewed 9 Sept. 1676: LC 3/27, f. 48). No further occ.

Fabian, Robert Groom of the Stables 1 Jan. 1716 (LS 13/200, f. 30). Vac. 1 July 1717 (Ibid., f. 37v).

Fabian, Robert Footman 9 Dec. 1727 (LS 13/201, f. 20). D. by 12 Nov. 1744 (Ibid., f. 93v).

Fabiania, Anthony Messenger occ. 1795 (RK [1795], p. 90). Vac. by 1796 (Ibid. [1796], pp. 89 90).

Fairborne, George Locksmith at Hampton Court, Hampton Court Gardens and Newmarket 21 Mar. 1776 (LC 3/67, p. 89; and Grate Maker app. 4 Feb. 1795: LC 3/68, p. 18). Last occ. 1808 (RK [1808], p. 128). Vac. by 1809 (Ibid. [1809], p. 128).

-Locksmith and Bell Hanger 5 Apr. 1820 (LC 3/69, p. 9; reapp. 1 Sept. 1830: ibid., p. 158). No further occ.

Fairfax, Bryan Equerry 21 Jan. 1671 (LS 13/253, f. 21). Last occ. Est. of early 1685 (Dartmouth MSS ox D [w] 1778/v/132; see also CTB VII, 1179). Vac. 6 Feb. 1685 on d. of Charles II. Equerry 15 Mar. 1689 (LS 13/198, f. 31v). Last occ. 1692 (Chamberlayne [1692] I, 139). Vac. by 1693 (Miege [1693] III, 398).

Fairfax, Brian Deputy Treasurer of the Chamber May 1720 (HRC [1720] V, 22). Last occ. 31 Aug. 1721 (CTP 1720 8, p. 78).

Fairfax, Henry Sewer 'in Ordinary' (w/o fee) 21 Nov. 1672 (LC 3/27, f. 22). No further occ.

Fairfax, William Gentleman Pensioner 8 Mar. 1670 (Badminton MSS Fm H 2/4/1, f. 23v). Pd. to 26 June 1671 (E 407/1/53, 8). Vac. by 6 Feb. 1671 (Badminton MSS Fm H 2/4/1, f. 24). Gentleman Pensioner in Extraordinary 9 Feb. 1671 (Ibid., f. 65). Clerk of the Cheque of the Gentlemen Pensioners 23 Oct. 1676 (CSPD 1676 7, p. 383). Rem. by May 1677 (CSPD 1677 8, pp. 117, 151 2).

Fairlace (Fayrlace, Fayrless, Fairless), Matthew Groom of the Vestry 14 Apr. 1697 (Rimbault, p. 147; LS 13/199, f. 19v). D. 14 July 1708 (Rimbault, p. 134).

Falke, Phillip Chaplain in Ordinary 23 Apr. 1694 (LC 3/32, p. 118). No further occ.

Falkland, Lucius Bentinck (Cary) 10th Viscount Gentleman of the Bedchamber 23 Dec. 1830 (LC 3/70, p. 53). Res. by 30 Dec. 1834 (Ibid., p. 138). Gentleman of the Bedchamber 11 Aug. (to commence 6 May) 1835 (Ibid., p. 148). Vac. 20 June 1837 on d. of William IV.

Falkner (Faulkner, Folkner), John Yeoman of the Guard occ. 1735 1748 (Chamberlayne [1735] II iii, 110; last occ. ibid. [1748] II iii, 135). Vac. by Est. of 5 Apr. 1755 (Ibid. [1755] II iii, 131 32).

Falkner (Falconer, Falkenor, Faulknor), William Page of the Laundry 9 Oct. 1661 (LS 13/7, f. 6). Supernumerary Page of the Laundry Est. of [1 Dec. 1662] (LS 13/31, f. 16v; LS 13/34, f. 25; LS 13/35, f. 19v; LS 13/36, f. 19v; LS 13/37, f. 15v). Vac. 6 Feb. 1685 on d. of Charles II. Supernumerary Page of the Laundry 1 Feb. 1686 (LS 13/10, f. 15; LS 13/39, p. 29). Office abolished by Est. of 1 Oct. 1699 (LS 13/40, p. 27).

Fallese (Falesse), Vincent Groom Huntsman of the Buckhounds 31 Oct. 1677 (LC 3/26, f. 77v). Vac. by 6 May 1679 (LC 3/28, f. 72).

Fallew, Chaplain in Extraordinary occ. [1660] (LC 3/2, f. 17v). No further occ.

Fallowe, Sarah Operator in Silver 8 Jan. 1690 (LC 3/32, p. 60). No further occ.

Fallowfield, James Assistant to the Deputy Master of the Great Wardrobe occ. 1780 1782 (RK [1780], p. 76; last occ. ibid. [1782], p. 76). Office abolished 1782 (22 George III, c. 82).

-Under Clerk of the Great Wardrobe occ. 1780 1782 (RK [1780], p. 76; last occ. ibid. [1782], p. 76). Office abolished 1782 (22 George III, c. 82).

-Serjeant Skinner of the Great Wardrobe occ. 1780 1782 (RK [1780], p. 76; last occ. ibid. [1782], p. 76). Office abolished 1782 (22 George III, 82). Resident Clerk of the Wardrobes 29 Nov. 1782 (LC 3/67, p. 145). Occ. 1783 1794 (RK [1783], p. 76; last occ. ibid. [1794], p. 89). Vac. by 1795 (Ibid. [1795], p. 89).

Fallowfield, James Eighth Child of the Kitchen 16 May 1753 (LS 13/264, f. 17). Seventh Child of the Kitchen 22 Jan. 1754 (Ibid., f. 20v). Sixth Child of the Kitchen 15 July 1754 (Ibid., f. 21v). Fifth Child of the Kitchen 24 Dec. 1754 (Ibid., f. 22v). Fourth Child of the Kitchen 12 May 1757 (Ibid., f. 30). Third Child of the Kitchen 28 Aug. 1759 (Ibid., f. 39v; LS 13/266 f. 8). Office abolished by Est. of 1 July 1761 (LS 13/265, f. 20v; LS 13/55).

Fallows, John Yeoman of the Guard pd. from 5 July 1789 to 9 Oct. 1797 (AO 3/106/5 17). Discharged by 9 Oct. 1797 (Ibid., no. 18).

Falmouth, Charles (Berkeley) 1st Earl of see Berkeley, Sir Charles

Falmouth, George Evelyn (Boscawen) 3rd Viscount Captain of the Gentlemen Pensioners 5 Mar. 1790 (HO 38/4, p. 61). Vac. by 12 Feb. 1806 (HO 38/11, p. 359).

Falmouth, Hugh (Boscawen) 2nd Viscount Captain of the Yeomen of the Guard 26 May 1747 (SP 44/370, pp. 264 5; CHOP 1760 5, p. 95). D. 4 Feb. 1782.

Falwaper (Faulwaper), Catherine Letitia Necessary Woman (to clean the King's Backstairs rooms) 3 Feb. 1810 (LS 13/204, ff. 83v 84). No further occ.

Fane, Charles Standard Bearer of the Gentlemen Pensioners 20 Apr. 1696 (CSPD 1696, p. 137). Vac. by 31 Mar. 1712 (SP 44/357, p. 207).

Fane, Henry Bourchier Standard Bearer of the Gentlemen Pensioners 10 Apr. 1689 (CSPD 1689 90, p. 58). D. by 20 Apr. 1696 (CSPD 1696, p. 137).

Fane, Hon. Thomas Groom of the Bedchamber 26 Jan. 1793 (LC 3/67, p. 186). D. 15 Apr. 1807 (T 53/64, p. 318; HP 1754 90 II, 413).

Fanniers, Herman (Harman) Groom of the Hunting Stable 25 May 1690 (LS 13/198, f. 34v). Vac. 8 Mar. 1702 on d. of William III.

Fanshawe, John Assistant to the Clerks of the Green Cloth pd. from July 1761 to Dec. 1781 (LS 2/1 8). Last occ. 1782 (RK [1782], p. 80). Second Clerk of the Household 1 July 1782 (LS 13/265, f. 53). First Clerk of the Household 27 July 1785 (Ibid., f. 57v). Res. by 11 Oct. 1800 (Ibid ., f. 68).

Fanshawe, Simon Second Clerk Comptroller of the Green Cloth 17 Mar. 1761 (LS 13/265, f. 16). Third Clerk of the Green Cloth 24 Dec. 1762 (Ibid., f. 25). Second Clerk of the Green Cloth 18 Apr. 1764 (Ibid., f. 29). First Clerk of the Green Cloth 13 Aug. 1767 (Ibid., f. 36). Res. by 15 Jan. 1768 (Ibid., f. 39v).

Fare (Fair; Hare), Bartholemew Yeoman of the Guard occ. 1716 1736 (Chamberlayne [1716] II iii, 573; last occ. ibid. [1736] II iii, 191). Vac. by 1737 (Ibid. [1737] II iii, 237 38).

Farebrother, James Horatio Sidney Waterman 18 Mar. 1837 (LC 3/70, p. 187). Ret. by 16 July 1861 (LC 5/237, p. 272).

Farey, John Gentleman Usher Quarter Waiter 16 June 1700 (LC 5/166, p. 44). Vac. 8 Mar. 1702 on d. of William III.

Farian, William Groom of the Stables Est. of 31 Mar. 1685 (Dartmouth MSS ox D [w] 1778/v/132). Vac. 11 Dec. 1688 on abd. of James II.

Farish, William Preaching Chaplain at Whitehall occ. 21 Apr. 1799 1801 (Wh Pbk 1). Vac. 1802 (Ibid.).

Farley, Moses Yeoman of the Guard occ. 1707 1710 (Chamberlayne [1707] III, 556; last occ. ibid. [1710] II iii, 552). Vac. by 1716 (Ibid. [1716] II iii, 573 74).

Farley, Samuel Second Groom of the Scullery 26 Mar. 1689 (LS 13/256). Joint Groom of the Scullery 3 July 1702 (LS 13/259, f. 10; LS 13/261, f. 6). D. by 21 Oct. 1719 (LS 13/261, f. 29).

Farlow, Henry Chairman 19 Sept. 1729 (LS 13/201, f. 41v). D. by 28 Apr. 1742 (Ibid., f. 81v).

Farlow, Richard Waterman at Pension 12 Jan. 1740 (LC 3/65, p. 104). D. by 18 Dec. 1741 (Ibid., p. 132).

Farmer, Music for the Roman Catholic Chapel Royal (Instrumentalist) occ. Est. of 5 July 1687 (LS 13/255, f. 29). Last occ. Est. of 20 Mar. 1688 (Ibid., f. 32). Vac. 11 Dec. 1688 on abd. of James II.

Farmer, Daniel Closet and Chapel Keeper at Whitehall 28 Jan. 1704 (LS 13/199, f. 38v; LS 13/200, f. 25). D. 16 May 1718 (Rimbault, p. 134).

Farmer, Henry Gentleman Pensioner in Extraordinary 14 Oct. 1686 (Badminton MSS Fm H 2/4/1, f. 66). No further occ.

Farmer, John Supernumerary Turnbroach of the [?Privy ] Kitchen 5 Jan. 1681 (LS 13/9, f. 1A). Vac. by 9 July 1684 (Ibid.).

Farmer, John Child of the Chapel Royal voice changed by 8 Jan. 1669 (RECM I, 87 citing LC 5/63, p. 13).

Farmer, Thomas Musician for the Violin in Extraordinary by 1674 (BDECM, p. 396). Musician for the Violin 4 Sept. 1674 (RECM I, 151 citing LC 5/141, p. 243). Musician 31 Aug. 1685 (RECM II, 2 citing LC 5/146, p. 18). D. by 5 Dec. 1688 (BDECM, p. 397).
--Musician for the Private Music 6 Nov. 1679 (RECM I, 186 citing LC 5/143, p. 401; amended 6 Feb. 1680 to be held jointly with Robert King: BDECM, p. 397). Position abolished 6 Feb. 1685 on d. of Charles II.

Farmer, Thomas Yeoman of the Guard occ. 1696 1723 [Yeoman Bedgoer occ. 1718 1723] (Hennell, p. 286; Chamberlayne [1718] II iii, 139; last occ. Chamberlayne [1723] II iii, 572). Vac. by 1726 (Chamberlayne [1726] II iii, 124 26).

Farmer, William Messenger in Extraordinary 30 Aug. 1664 (LC 3/26, f. 131). No further occ.

Farmor (Farmer), Richard Preaching Chaplain at Whitehall occ. 19 Nov. 1769 1774 (Wh Pbk 1). Vac. 1776 (Ibid).

Farnborough (Farnbrough), Richard Gentleman Pensioner 19 July 1706 (LC 5/166, p. 11 reversed; LC 3/63, p. 157). D. 9 Oct. 1729 (HRC [1729] XIV, 57; LC 3/64, p. 200).

Farnborough, William Page of the Presence Chamber in Extraordinary 13 Jan. 1718 (LC 3/63, p. 181). Page of the Presence Chamber 6 Sept. 1722 (Ibid., p. 275; LC 3/64, p. 63). D. by 9 Jan. 1738 (LC 3/65, p. 71).

Farr, James Organ Maker 8 May 1661 (BDECM , p. 398). D. by 30 May 1681 (LC 3/28, f. 38).

Farr, Robert Groom of the Chamber 'in Ordinary without fee' 8 Nov. 1670 (LC 3/26, f. 140). No further occ.

Farr, Robert Clerk of the Cheque to the Messengers 19 May 1674 (LC 3/24, f. 17). Surr. by 13 Apr. 1682 (Ibid.).

Farrant, Edmund Groom of the Stables 2 Dec. 1719 (LS 13/200, f. 49). Vac. 11 June 1727 on d. of George I.

Farrell, Sophia Feilding Necessary Woman (to the King's Private Apartments) 20 Apr. 1810 (LS 13/204, f. 83v). Rem. to the Windsor Establishment 15 Mar. 1812 (LC 3/68, p. 139v).

Farren, William (John) Porter of the Stables 11 Oct. 1815 (MOH 2/256; LB F, p. 552 [listed as 'John']). Superannuated 1 Oct. 1866 (MOH SB 4, p. 33).

Farrer (Ferrers), John, sen. Yeoman of the Guard occ. Est. of 20 Aug. 1667 (Hennell, p. 258). Supernumerary Yeoman of the Guard occ. Est. of c. 1673-78 (LC 3/24, f. 27). Vac. by list of 1 Oct. 1684 (A General and Compleat List, p. 2).

Farrer (Ferrers), John, jun. Yeoman of the Guard occ. Est. of 20 Aug. 1667 (Hennell, p. 257). Vac. by Est. of c. 1673 78 (LC 3/24, f. 27). Yeoman of the Guard occ. list of 1 Oct. 1684 Est. of c. 1685-88 (A General and Compleat List; last occ. LC 3/30, f. 70v). Vac. by 1694 (Chamberlayne [1694] II, 251 52).

Farriner (Farrinor), Thomas, sen. [First] Conduit of the Bakehouse 1 Sept. 1660 (LS 13/8, f. 2). Second Groom of the Bakehouse 1 Oct. 1664 (LS 13/34, f. 21v: either Thomas). First Conduit of the Bakehouse Est. of 1 Oct. 1668 (LS 13/35, f. 26). First Groom of the Bakehouse 16 Sept. 1672 (LS 13/252, f. 176: does not distinguish between sen. or jun). D. 4 Jan. 1678 (LS 13/9, f. 4: ?sen. or jun).

Farriner (Farrinor) Thomas jun. Second Conduit of the Bakehouse 30 Sept. 1660 (LS 13/7, f. 2). Supernumerary Conduit of the Bakehouse Est. of 1 Oct. 1664 (LS 13/34, f. 24: either Thomas; alternative listed as supernumerary on Est. of 1 Oct. 1664: LS 13/34, f. 24). Second Groom of the Bakehouse 7 Dec. 1666 (LS 13/252, f. 214) Supernumerary Groom of the Bakehouse Est. of 1 Oct. 1668 (LC 3/35, f. 19). Vac. by Est. of 30 June 1674 (LS 13/36).

Farrington, George Gentleman Pensioner 10 Dec. 1663 (Badminton MSS Fm H 2/4/1, f. 23). Pd. to 25 Mar. 1671 (E 407/1/50-56). Vac. by 25 Mar. 1671 (Ibid., no. 8).

Farrington, George Gentleman Pensioner 18 Nov. 1675 (Badminton MSS Fm H 2/4/1, f. 25; ibid., f. 29). Pd. to 25 Mar. 1689 (E 407/2/70). Vac. by 26 June 1690 (Ibid., no. 71).

Farrington, George Gentleman Pensioner pd. 25 Mar. to 24 June 1693 (E 407/2/72; nl Chamberlayne, Miege). Vac. by 25 Mar. 1696 (E 406/2/73).

Farrons, Edmond Helper in the Stables occ. 1704 (Chamberlayne [1704], p. 583). No further occ.

Farrow (Fanou), Thomas First Groom of the Stables 26 June 1813 (MOH LB C, p. 111; LB F, p. 551; 2/256). Pensioned 1 July 1842 (LS 2/68, f. 40).

Farrow, John Stud Groom 6 Apr. 1812 (MOH EB 4, p. 10. Vac. by 22 July 1813 (MOH LB C, p. 118).

Farthing, Tristram Page of the Presence Chamber in Extraordinary 8 Feb. 1661 (LC 3/26, f. 125). No further occ.

Farwell, Charles Messenger to the Chancellor of the Exchequer 24 June 1699 (LC 5/166, p. 21). Vac. by 12 Apr. 1701 (Ibid., p. 55). Messenger to the Chancellor of the Exchequer 27 Sept. 1709 (Ibid., p. 235). Prob. vac. by 22 Aug. 1710 on app. of William Mynott (Ibid. p. 255).

Fashion (Fashions, Fashen), Joseph Musician for the Violin 25 June 1670 (RECM I, 225 citing LC 3/25, p. 51).
--Musician for the Private Music 19 Oct. 1668 (LC 3/25, p. 52, vacated; reapp. or app. to second place 17 Feb. 1680: RECM I, 188-89 citing LC 5/143, p. 461; may refer to Joseph Fashion II). Position abolished 6 Feb. 1685 on d. of Charles II
--D. By 24 Feb. 1685 (BDECM, p. 404).

Fashion, Joseph Musician 31 Aug. 1685 (RECM II, 2 citing LC 5/146, p. 18). Vac. 11 Dec. 1688 on abd. of James II.

Fatheree, William Supernumerary Groom Porter at Gate 6 Dec. 1682 (LS 13/254, f. 51; LS 13/9, f. 16 dates app. from 6 Sept.). Vac. 6 Feb. 1685 on d. of Charles II.

Fauconberg, Henry (Belasyse) 2nd Earl Gentleman of the Bedchamber 27 Feb. 1777 (T 52/65, p. 271). D. 23 Mar. 1802.

Fauconberg, Thomas (Belasyse) 1st Earl see Fauconberg, 4th Viscount

Fauconberg, Thomas (Belasyse) 2nd Viscount Captain of the Gentlemen Pensioners 10 Mar. 1672 (CSPD 1671-2, p. 190). Vac. by 9 May 1676 (CSPD 1676-7, p. 104).

Fauconberg (Falconburgh), Thomas (Belasyse) 4th Viscount (cr. Earl Fauconberg 16 June 1756) Gentleman of the Bedchamber 11 Aug. 1738 (LC 3/65, p. 81). Vac. 25 Oct. 1760 on d. of George II.

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Faverall, John Second Master Cook of the Kitchen 17 Apr. 1702 (LS 13/258, f. 10). First Master Cook of the Kitchen 1 Mar. 1709 (Ibid., f. 74v). Dismissed by 19 Feb. 1718 (LS 13/260, gt. of allowance to Michael Hounsleff).
--First Yeoman of the Pastry 2 Mar. 1709 (LS 13/259, f. 41). Prob. vac. by Est. of 1 Feb. 1715 (LS 13/44).

Favoyne, Antoyne (alias Mounshow) Harborer of the Red Deer 30 Aug. 1664 (LC 3/25, f. 68v). Ev. vac. 6 Feb. 1685 on d. of Charles II.

Fawcet, Robert Chaplain in Extraordinary 24 Nov. 1668 (LC 3/26, f. 128v). No further occ.

Fawcett, Francis Messenger to the Auditor for Durham, Northumberland and Yorkshire 22 Feb. 1661 (LC 3/26, f. 130). No further occ.

Fawcett, George Messenger 6 Jan. 1747 (LC 3/65, p. 203, vacated: 'This Warrt. Cancelled 7th Mar: 1746'). No further occ.

Fawcett, James Preaching Chaplain at Whitehall occ. 7 Mar. 1790-1802 (WH Pbk 1; last occ. RK [1802], p. 116). Vac. by 1803 (Ibid. [1803], p. 116).

Fawcett, Richard Chaplain 22 Feb. 1750 (LC 3/65, p. 239; LC 3/67, p. 24). D. 12 May 1782 (LC 3/67, p. 136; GM [1782] LII, 263).

Faythorne (Heythorne), William Engraver in Copper 12 Oct. 1660 (LC 3/25, f. 58; sl Est. 1663: BIHR XIX [1942-43], p. 20). No further occ.

Feake, Samuel Chaplain in Extraordinary 10 June [1665] (LC 3/26, f. 128). No further occ.

Feast, John Gentleman Pensioner pd. from 25 Dec. 1746 (E 407/2/121). Last occ. 1763 (CCR [1763], p. 95). Vac. by 1764 (CCK [1764], pp. 90-91).

Featley, --- Chaplain in Extraordinary occ. [1660] (LC 3/2, f. 17v). No further occ.

Feddiman, --- Yeoman of the Guard occ. Feb. 1812 (RA 1681 GEO ADD 17/79). No further occ.

Fede, --- Master of the Musicians for the Roman Catholic Chapel Royal occ. Est. of 5 July 1687 (LS 13/255, f. 29). Last occ. Est. of 20 Mar. 1688 (Ibid., f. 32). Vac. 11 Dec. 1688 on abd. of James II.

Feilding, Hon. Charles Equerry 20 June 1737 (LS 13/201, f. 65v). Vac. by 5 Jan. 1747 (Ibid., f. 101).

Feilding, George Page of Honour first occ. 1693 (Miège [1693] II, 399). Vac. by 23 Apr. 1697 (LS 13/198, f. 57). Equerry 1 Jan. 1699 (Ibid., f. 65v; LS 13/199, f. 2v). Vac. 1 Aug. 1714 on d. of Anne.
--Commissioner of the Master of the Horse 17 June 1712 (SP 44/357, p. 233). Vac. by 27 Sept. 1714 (SP 44/358, pp. 60, 108).
--Groom of the Bedchamber 16 Oct. 1714 (LC 3/63, p. 11). Vac. 11 June 1727 on d. of George I.

Feilding (Fielding), Isabella Seamstress and Starcher 24 June 1795 (LC 3/68, p. 23). Rem. to Windsor 15 Mar. 1812 (LC 3/68, p. 139v).

Feilding (Fielding), Margery Woman of the Bedchamber 3 June 1702 (LC 5/166, p. 73). D. by 13 Apr. 1713 (Ibid., p. 297).

Feilding, Hon. William Lieutenant of the Yeomen of the Guard 13 Apr. 1704 (LC 5/166, p. 162). Surr. by 15 June 1708 (SP 44/173, p. 56; LC 3/5). Second Clerk Comptroller of the Green Cloth 17 Feb. 1716 (LS 13/260). First Clerk Comptroller of the Green Cloth 15 Apr. 1717 (Ibid.). Second Clerk of the Green Cloth 20 Feb. 1720 (Ibid.). First Clerk of the Green Cloth 17 Mar. 1720 (Ibid.). D. 21 Sept. 1723 (HP 1715-54 II, 28).

Feilding, William Page of Honour 19 Nov. 1751 (LS 13/202, f. 5). Vac. by 28 Feb. 1755 (Ibid., f. 16).

Feillargar, Thomas Yeoman of the Guard pd. from 24 July 1804 to c. 22 Mar. 1806 (AO 3/106/40-44). D. by 22 Mar. 1806 (Ibid., no. 44).

Fell, John Chaplain in Waiting 1660 (DNB XVIII, 293). Occ. 1661-1669 (Add. MSS. 36,781, f. 11; LC 3/24, f. 14v; last occ. Chamberlayne [1669, 1st edn.], p. 271). Vac. by 1669 on app. of - May (Chamberlayne [1669, 2nd. edn.], p. 259; LC 7/1, f. 54; LC 3/25, f. 39v, vacated). Chaplain in Waiting occ. 1669 (Chamberlayne [1669, 3rd. edn.], p. 259; last occ. ibid. [1676], p. 163). Prob. res. 1675 on app. as Bishop of Oxford (nom. 14 Dec. 1675, cons. 6 Feb. 1676: HBC, p. 264).

Fell, John sen. Yeoman of the Guard 6 Mar. 1761 (LC 3/58, f. 82v). D. by 9 Dec. 1799 (AO 3/106/23).

Fell, John jun. Yeoman of the Guard pd. from 5 July 1793 to 26 Oct. 1806 (AO 3/106/12-47). D. by 26 Oct. 1806 (Ibid., no. 47).

Fellon (Felton), James Footman 5 Apr. 1833 (MOH WB 5, sub. F). D. 20 Dec. 1841 (MOH SB 2, p. 64).

Felstead, Thomas Preaching Chaplain at St. James's occ. 1694-1700 (Chamberlayne [1694] II, 216; last occ. ibid. [1700] III, 485). Vac. by 1704 (Ibid. [1704] III, 511).

Felton, Henry Chaplain 16 Sept. 1699 (LC 3/4, f. 10; LC 5/166, p. 22). D. 26 Apr. 1701 (AC I, ii, 129; LC 5/166, p. 56).

Felton, John Waiter to the Robes 12 Feb. 1711 (LC 3/5, f. 1v). Vac. 1 Aug. 1714 on d. of Anne.

Felton (aka Foyston), Mary Mistress Starcher 8 Mar. 1711 (LC 5/166, p. 265). Vac. 1 Aug. 1714 on d. of Anne.

Felton, Thomas (succ. as 4th Bart. Feb. 1697) Page of Honour 28 Feb. 1665 (CTB I, 669). Groom of the Bedchamber 16 June 1671 (LC 3/24, f. 3). Vac. by 16 May 1679 (Stowe MS 196, f. 19v).
--Deputy Joint Master of the Hawks 22 June 1675 (LS 13/253, f. 71v; last occ. Chamberlayne [1684], p. 178). Ev. vac. 6 Feb. 1685 on d. of Charles II. Master of the Household 25 Mar. 1689 (LS 13/257, p. 9; LS 13/258, f. 15). Comptroller of the Household 16 Nov. 1708 (LS 13/258, f. 69v). D. 2 Mar. 1709.

Fenhoulet, Peter (ktd. 24 Sept. 1761) Corporal of the Yeomen of Guard 29 Nov. 1743 (SP 44/185, p. 2; CHOP 1760-5, p. 95). Vac. by 14 Apr. 1764 (LC 3/58, p. 356).

Fenn, Burly Groom of the Crown [Coursers' or Great Horse] Stable 12 May 1679 (LS 13/197, f. 62). Gentleman and Yeoman of the Ewry 13 Apr. 1685 (LS 13/10, f. 6v). Vac. 11 Dec. 1688 on abd. of James II.

Fenn, John Gentleman Usher Quarter Waiter 16 Sept. 1677 (LC 3/24, f. 8). Surr. by 23 Apr. 1681 (Ibid; LS 13/197, f. 73).

Fenn, John Page of the Presence Chamber 11 May 1686 (LC 3/30, p. 22; LC 3/31, p. 32; LS 13/198, p. 7). Vac. 8 Mar. 1702 on d. of William III.

Fenn, Nicholas First Yeoman of the Woodyard 2 Sept. 1672 (LS 13/252, f. 174). Sergeant and First Yeoman of the Woodyard 8 Jan. 1673 (LS 13/253, f. 47). Vac. 6 Feb. 1685 on d. of Charles II. Supernumerary Sergeant of the Woodyard 29 Jan. 1686 (LS 13/255, f. 20v; LS 13/39). Vac. by Est. of 1 Oct. 1699 when his supernumerary status was converted to a pension (LS 13/40).

Fenn, Nicholas Gentleman Sewer 30 Dec. 1684 (LC 3/24, f. 9). Vac. 6 Feb. 1685 on d. of Charles II. Gentleman Sewer 26 Mar. 1689 (LC 3/31, p. 34; LC 3/5, f. 5). D. by 17 Nov. 1705 (LC 5/166, p. 179).

Fenn, Sir Robert, Kt. First Clerk of the Green Cloth 25 June 1660 (LS 13/7, f. 1). D. 21 July 1660 (Ibid.).

Fenn, Robert Joint Clerk of the Acatry 7 Sept. 1660 (LS 13/252, f. 3v; listed as supernumerary on Est. of 1 Oct. 1664: LS 13/34, f. 25v). Clerk of the Acatry 9 Mar. 1673 (LS 13/253, f. 35v). D. 7 Oct. 1684 (LS 13/9, f. 11A).

Fenn, Thomas Second Conduit of the Bakehouse 9 Jan. 1680 (LS 13/254, f. 42). First Conduit of the Bakehouse 14 July 1682 (Ibid., f. 47v). Vac. 6 Feb. 1685 on d. of Charles II.

Fenton, Thomas Groom of the Chamber 'in Ordinary without fee' ('Ext') 20 Mar. 1666 (LC 3/26, f. 138). No further occ.

Fenwick, Edward Sewer 'in Ordinary' (w/o fee) cert. renewed 10 July 1671 (LC 3/27, f. 22). No further occ.

Fenwick, Robert Waterman [5 Apr. 1689] (LC 3/32, p. 88; LC 3/5, f. 15). Surr. by 30 Aug. 1712 (LC 5/166, p. 291). Waterman at Pension 10 Nov. 1716 (LC 3/63, p. 145; LC 3/64, p. 116). D. by 7 May 1729 (LC 3/64, p. 189).

Fenwick, William Waterman 30 Aug. 1712 (LC 5/166, p. 291; LC 3/63, p. 63; LC 3/64, p. 87). D. by 14 June 1733 (LC 3/65, p. 3).

Fenwyck, John Locksmith at St. James's, Green Park, Whitehall and Westminster 21 Mar. 1776 (LC 3/67, p. 89). Ev. vac. by 6 Feb. 1800 on app. of Benjamin Hansen (LC 3/68, p. 56).

Ferguson, Duncan John Messenger of the Wardrobe Office 9 Jan. 1817 (LC 3/68, p.196). Ev. vac. by 8 May 1827 (LC 3/72, p. 624).

Ferine, Paul Groom of the Robes 19 June 1660 (LC 3/24, f. 21). Surr. by 17 June 1673 (LS 13/197, f. 12v).

Fermon, William Physician 'in Ordinary Supernumerary' 20 Nov. 1669 (LC 3/26, f. 141v). No further occ.

Ferne, Henry Chaplain in Waiting occ. Est. of 1661 (Add. MSS. 36,781, f. 11). Prob. res. 1661-62 on app. as Bishop of Chester (nom. 3 Dec. 1661, cons. 9 Feb. 1662: HBC, p. 238).

Ferne, Henry Bent Gentleman Pensioner pd. from 5 July 1802 (E 407/2/165). Occ. 1803-1821 (RK [1803], p. 119; last occ. ibid. [1821], p. 116). Vac. by 1822 (Ibid. [1822], pp. 118-19).

Ferne, John Groom of the Great Chamber in Extraordinary 14 Apr. 1662 (LC 3/26, f. 136, vacated). Groom of the Great Chamber [?in ord w/o fee] cert. renewed 9 Sept. 1671 (LC 3/27, f. 15). No further occ.

Fernhill (Farnhill), Thomas Chairman 1 Jan. 1710 (LS 13/199, f. 56; LS 13/200, f. 17). Vac. 11 June 1727 on d. of George I.

Fernzley, Thomas Messenger of the Elaboratory by 6 Feb. 1685 (LC 3/28, f. 66v). Vac. 6 Feb. 1685 on d. of Charles II.

Ferraro (?Ferrars), John Chairman at Carlton House 6 July 1815 (LC 3/68, p. 168). Occ. 10 July 1816-9 Sept. 1823 (LS 2/42-49). D. 9 Sept. 1823 (LS 2/49).

Ferré, Andrew Groom of the Confectionery 7 Feb. 1717 (LS 13/261, f. 18v). Second Yeoman of the Confectionery 24 Jan. 1719 (Ibid., f. 26). Groom of the Confectionery 1 July 1727 (LS 13/263, f. 12v). Second Yeoman of the Confectionery 22 July 1732 (Ibid., f. 50v). D. by 15 Feb. 1748 (Ibid., f. 111).

Ferré, William Groom of the Confectionery 15 Feb. 1748 (LS 13/263, f. 111). Second Yeoman of the Confectionery 2 Feb. 1756 (LS 13/264, f. 25v; LS 13/266, f. 5v). Vac. by 1 July 1761 (LS 13/266, f. 32).

Ferrers, Edmund Chaplain 28 Oct. 1795 (LC 3/68, p. 25). D. 24 July 1825 (LC 3/69, p. 84; GM [1825] XCV [2], 283).

Ferrers, George (Townshend) 10th Lord (cr. Earl of Leicester 18 May 1784) Captain of the Gentlemen Pensioners 29 Mar. 1782 (HO 38/1, p. 11). Vac. by 17 May 1783 (Ibid., p. 351). Captain of the Gentlemen Pensioners 31 Dec. 1783 (Ibid., p. 480). Vac. by 5 Mar. 1790 (HO 38/4, p. 61). Lord Steward 22 Feb. 1799 (LS 13/117, p. 166). Res. 16 July 1802 ((bid., p. 207).

Ferrers, Robert Yeoman Tailor and Portitior of the Great Wardrobe 22 Dec. 1668 (LC 3/26, f. 44). Ev. vac. by 29 June 1672 (LC 3/27, f. 86v).

Ferrett, John Gentleman Pensioner Aug. 1732 (GM [1732] II, 928). Occ. 1735-1763 (Chamberlayne [1735] II, 108; CCR [1763], p. 94). Vac. by 1764 (CCK [1764], pp. 90-91).

Ferry, George Footman 3 Feb. 1761 (LS 13/203, f. 22v). D. by 21 Sept. 1792 (LS 13/204, f. 44).

Festing (Festin), Mitchell (Michael) Christian Musician 4 Nov. 1726 (LC 3/64, p. 29; ibid., p. 65). D. 24 July 1752 (New Grove VI, 504; LC 3/65, p. 261).

Fetherston, William Assistant to the Clerks of the Green Cloth occ. 1735-1741 (Chamberlayne [1735] II, 103;last occ. ibid. [1741] II, 243). Office delisted by 1742 (Miege [1742], pp. 50, 56).

Feversham, Louis (de Duras) 2nd Earl of Extra Gentleman of the Bedchamber 8 Nov. 1682 (Stowe MS 196, f. 39). Gentleman of the Bedchamber 16 May 1685 (CSPD 1685, p. 155 [678]). Vac. 11 Dec. 1688 on abd. of James II.

Fido, John Watchman at the Cockpit occ. 1 Mar. 1726 (LC 5/158, f. 225) D. by 12 Aug. 1754 (LC 3/65, p. 281).

Field, Benjamin [?jun.] Waterman 21 Jan. 1747 (LC 3/65, p. 206; LC 3/58, f. 87). D. by 11 Oct. 1767 (LC 3/58, p. 382).

Field, Benjamin, sen. Waterman at Pension 6 Sept. 1762 (LC 3/58, f. 235). D. by 20 June 1765 (Ibid., f. 358).

Field, Edward Yeoman Huntsman of the Buckhounds 4 Nov. 1676 (LC 3/28, f. 72). Ev. vac. 6 Feb. 1685 on d. of Charles II.

Field (Feild), John Falconer 7 Feb. 1661 (LC 3/25, f. 66). Ev. vac. 6 Feb. 1685 on d. of Charles II.

Field, John Farrier 25 June 1808 (MOH WB 1, p. 259). ?Office abolished by Est. of 6 Apr. 1812 (EB 4).

Field, Joseph Drum-major (to First Reg. of Footguards) 12 Jan. 1753 (LC 3/65, p. 263). Vac. by 14 Nov. 1755 (Ibid., p. 295).

Field (Feild), Thomas Yeoman Huntsman of the Buckhounds 20 Feb. 1662 (LC 3/25, f. 68v). Ev. vac. 6 Feb. 1685 on d. of Charles II.

Field (Feild), Thomas Thomas Supernumerary Child of the Pastry (to succ. to the first vacancy) 30 June 1673 (LS 13/252, f. 167v). [Second] Child of the Pastry 10 Nov. 1676 (LS 13/254, f. 14v). Third Groom of the Pastry 14 June 1683 (Ibid., f. 58). Vac. 6 Feb. 1685 on d. of Charles II. Supernumerary Groom of the Pastry 1 Feb. 1686 (LS 13/10, f. 15; LS 13/39). Supernumerary status transformed into a pension on Est. Of 1 Oct. 1699 (LS 13/40).

Fielder, Richard First Yeoman Cartaker 3 July 1702 (LS 13/259, f. 13; LS 13/261, f. 8). D. by 1 July 1727 (LS 13/263, f. 13v).

Fielder, Thomas Doorkeeper of the Kitchen 8 Apr. 1766 (LS 13/203, f. 118v). Vac. by Est. of 1 July 1782 (LS 13/60).

Fielder, William Keeper of the Stables at Kensington 6 July 1702 (LS 13/199, f. 7v). D. by 25 Apr. 1711 (Ibid., f. 61v).

Fielding, John Chaplain first occ. 1691 (Miege [1691] III, 163; LC 3/32, p. 50). Surr. by 30 Sept. 1691 (LC 3/32, p. 116; LC 3/57, f. 32v).

Fielding, Joshua Yeoman of the Guard pd. from 5 July 1784 to 11 May 1809 (AO 3/106/1-57). D. by 11 May 1809 (Ibid., no. 57).

Fife, - Physician in Extraordinary [25 Mar. 1662] (LC 3/26, f. 143). No further occ.

Fife, James (Duff) 4th Earl Gentleman of the Bedchamber 15 Jan. 1819 (LC 3/68, p. 194). Vac. by 23 Mar. 1821 (LC 3/69 f. 27). Gentleman of the Bedchamber 27 Aug. 1827 (Ibid., p. 116; LC 3/70, p. 13). Res. by 10 Jan. 1835 (LC 3/70, p. 138). Gentleman of the Bedchamber 10 Aug. 1835 (LC 1/18, no. 1468). Res. by 22 Oct. 1835 (Ibid., f. 168).

Fifefield, Benjamin Apprentice [in the Privy Kitchen] 1 Feb. 1732 (LS 13/263, f. 130v, reversed). D. by 1 Jan. 1744 (Ibid., f. 130, reversed).

Fifield, Richard Gentleman Pensioner 5 Oct. 1663 (Badminton MSS Fm H 2/4/1, f. 23). Pd. to 25 Mar. 1671 (E 407/1/50-56). Vac. by 25 Mar. 1671 (Ibid., no. 8).

Figgett, Henry Sewer of the Chamber 'in Ordinary without fee' 18 July 1668 (LC 3/26, f. 122v; cert. renewed 22 Jan. 1671: LC 3/27, f. 10). No further occ.

Figgett, William, [sen.] Coachman 4 June 1754 (LS 13/202, f. 14; cf. also f. 28r and v; LS 13/203, f. 10v). Body Coachman 2 Oct. 1779 (Ibid., f. 111). D. by 19 Jan. 1781 (MOH WB 1, p. 130; LS 13/203, f. 113v).

Figgett, William, jun. Postilion 'to John Ingram, Coachman' 2 Oct. 1779 (LS 13/203, f. 111v). Dismissed by 9 June 1785 (LS 13/204, ff. 26v-27).

Filce, Thomas Footman 28 July 1770 (LS 13/203, f. 68v). D. by 25 Mar. 1783 (LS 13/204, f. 13).

Filer, Samuell Chaplain in Extraordinary 15 Sept. [1666] (LC 3/26, f. 128). No further occ.

Filor, James (?John) Yeoman and Keeper of the Chapel at Whitehall Dec. 1821 (NCB, p. 72). D. by 26 Dec. 1829 (Ibid.).

Filor, Mary [Necessary Woman] to Sweep and Clean the Galleries at Whitehall Chapel 6 May 1830 (LC 3/69, p. 147). Vac. by 3 July 1832 (LC 3/70, p. 77).

Finall (Fynell, Finell), Thomas Musician for the Violin in Extraordinary 20 May 1665 (RECM I, 222 citing LC 3/73, p. 103). Musician for the Violin 15 Feb. 1671 (Ibid., p. 102 citing LC 5/12, p. 195). Vac. 6 Feb. 1685 on d. of Charles II.
--Musician for the Private Music first occ. 29 Apr. 1668 (LC 3/25, f. 31). Vac. 6 Feb. 1685 on d. of Charles II.

Finch, Daniel (Finch) styled Lord (succ. as 8th Earl of Winchilsea 1 Jan. 1730) Comptroller of the Household 22 May 1725 (LS 13/260; LS 13/262, f. 16). Vac. by 11 May 1730 (LS 13/262, f. 26).

Finch, Edward (Edwin) Yeoman of the Guard occ. Est. of 20 Aug. 1667-Est. of c. 1685-88 [Yeoman Usher first occ. 1 Oct. 1684] (Hennell, p. 257; LC 3/24, f. 27; LC 3/30, f. 70; A General and Compleat List, p. 2). Vac. by 1694 (Chamberlayne [1694] II, 251-52).

Finch, Hon. Edward Chaplain 20 Feb. 1711 (LC 3/5, f. 8v; LC 3/63 p. 88; LC 3/64, p. 108). D. 14 Feb. 1738 (LC 3/65, p. 79; DNB XIX, 5).

Finch, Hon. Edward Groom of the Bedchamber 14 July 1742 (LC 3/65, p. 146). Vac. 4 June 1757 (LC 3/66, p. 33; T 53/46, p. 24). Master of the Robes 9 June 1757 (LC 3/66, p. 30). Vac. 25 Oct. 1760 on d. of George II.
--Keeper of the Privy Purse 9 June 1757 (Ibid., p. 31). Last occ. 3 May 1760 (T 52/50 p. 474). Prob. vac. 25 Oct. 1760 on d. of George II.

Finch, Hon. Edward Groom of the Bedchamber 27 Apr. 1802 (LC 3/68, p. 70; LC 3/70, p. 14). Vac. 20 June 1837 on d. of William IV.

Finch, Hon. Heneage Groom of the Bedchamber 2 May 1685 (CSPD 1685, p. 144 [616]). Vac. 11 Dec. 1688 on abd. of James II.

Finch, Hon. Heneage (styled Lord Guernsey 19 Oct. 1714) Master of the Jewel Office 8 June 1711 (LC 5/166, p. 268; LC 3/63, p. 13). Vac. by 28 Feb. 1716 (LC 3/63, p. 135).

Finch, Heneage Chaplain 31 Dec. 1817 (LC 3/68, p. 183; LC 3/70, p.11). D. [?in office] 5 Apr. 1865 (AO II, 462).

Finch, Hon. Henry Chaplain 23 Jan. 1711 (LC 5/166, p. 260; LC 3/63, p. 88). Surr. by 24 June 1725 (LC 3/64, p. 17).

Finch, Thomas Yeoman of the Guard first occ. 1743 (Chamberlayne [1743] II iii, 216). D. by 9 Jan. 1757 (LC 3/58, p. 31).

Finch, William Yeoman of the Guard occ. Est of 20 Aug. 1667-Est. of c. 1673-78 (Hennell, p. 257; LC 3/24, f. 27). Vac. by Est. of c. 1685-88 (LC 3/30, ff. 70-71).

Finch, Hon. William Groom of the Bedchamber 13 May 1719 (LC 3/63, p. 206). Vac. 11 June 1727 on d. of George I.

Finch, Hon. William Vice Chamberlain 13 July 1742 (LC 3/65, p. 145). Res. 11 July 1765 (T 53/49, p. 140).

Finch Hatton, Daniel Heneage Chaplain 7 May 1823 (LC 3/69, p. 54; LC 3/70, p. 11). Last occ. 1867 (RK [1867], p. 151). Vac. 1868 (Ibid. [1868], p. 151).

Fincher, Robert Groom of the Great Chamber in Ordinary [w/o fee] 19 Aug. 1673 (LC 3/27, f. 16v). No further occ.

Finett, William Gentleman Pensioner in Extraordinary 30 Apr. 1661 (Badminton MSS Fm H 2/4/1, f. 62v). No further occ.

Finger, --- Musician for the Roman Catholic Chapel Royal (Instrumentalist) occ. Est. of 5 July 1687 (LS 13/255, f. 29). Last occ. Est. of 20 Mar. 1688 (Ibid., f. 32v). Vac. 11 Dec. 1688 on abd. of James II.

Firebrace, Henry (later ktd.) Third Clerk of the Kitchen 17 July 1660 (MS Carte 59, f. 4v). Second Clerk of the Kitchen 14 Jan. 1661 (LS 13/252, f. 21v). First Clerk of the Kitchen 14 Feb. 1667 (LS 13/253, f. 5). Vac. 6 Feb. 1685 on d. of Charles II.
--Supernumerary Clerk Comptroller of the Green Cloth 23 Mar. 1674 (Ibid., f. 46v). Assistant to the Clerks of the Greencloth 23 Aug. 1680 (LS 13/9, f. 3). Second Clerk Comptroller of the Green Cloth 14 Mar. 1685 (LS 13/255, f. 4). First Clerk Comptroller of the Green Cloth 12 July 1686 (Ibid., f. 15v). Second Clerk of the Green Cloth 10 Apr. 1688 (Ibid., f. 33). Vac. 11 Dec. 1688 on abd. of James II.

Firebrace, Thomas Supernumerary Turnbroach of the Privy Kitchen 1 July 1685 (LS 13/38, f. 13). Ev. vac. 11 Dec. 1688 on abd. of James II.

Firth, Samuel Child of the Chapel Royal voice changed by 5 July 1782 (AO 1/426/219).

Fish, Abraham Waterman at Pension 16 Jan. 1753 (LC 3/65, p. 263; LC 3/58, f. 87v). D. by 3 June 1763 (LC 3/58, f. 345).

Fisher (aft. Whittingham), Ann Necessary Woman to the German Chancery 23 Sept. 1737 (LC 3/65, p.64). D. by 19 Mar. 1744 (Ibid., p. 167).

Fisher, Charles Drum-major [Drummer] (to Coldstream Guards) 18 Feb. 1724 (LC 3/63, p. 300; LC 3/64, p. 100). Vac. (?rem.) by 24 June 1729 (Ibid., p. 192).

Fisher, Henry Sewer of the Chamber in Extraordinary 20 May 1663 (LC 3/26, f. 120). No further occ.

Fisher, John Office Porter to the Lord Chamberlain pd. from 5 Jan. 1790 (AO 1/428/8). D. by 5 Jan. 1802 (LC 5/68, p. 70).

Fisher, John Chaplain Nov. 1781 (LC 3/67, p. 126). Prob. res. 1803 on app. as Bishop of Exeter (LC 3/68, p. 79; nom. 22 June, cons. 17 July 1803: Fasti I, 383).
--Deputy Clerk of the Closet occ. 1788-1804 (RK [1788], p. 92; last occ. ibid. [1804], p. 113). Vac. by 1805 (Ibid. [1805], p. 113; Bickersteth and Dunning, p. 113). Prob. res. 1803 on app. as Bishop of Exeter (nom. 22 June, cons. 17 July 1803: Fasti I, 383).

Fisher, Philip Preaching Chaplain at Whitehall occ. 7 July 1782-1787 (WH Pbk 1). Vac. 1788 (Ibid.).

Fisher, Richard Gentleman Pensioner 29 July 1670 (Badminton MSS Fm H 2/4/1, f. 24). Pd. to 25 Mar. 1671 (E 407/1/53-56). Vac. by 25 Mar. 1671 (Ibid., no. 8).

Fisher, Robert Second Pankeeper of the Scullery Est. of 30 June 1674 (LS 13/36, f. 29). Prob. vac. 6 Feb. 1685 on d. of Charles II.

Fisher, Robert [Supernumerary] Child of the Scullery (w/o fee until his succession at the next vacancy) 30 Apr. 1682 (LS 13/254, f. 46). Vac. 6 Feb. 1685 on the d. of Charles II.

Fisher, Samuell Groom of the Great Chamber in Ordinary [w/o fee] 24 July 1673 (LC 3/27, f. 16v). No further occ.

Fisher, Thomas Yeoman of the Revels 18 Dec. 1741 (LC 3/65, p. 130). Page of the Removing Wardrobe 16 Sept. 1743 (Ibid., p. 161; LC 3/67, p. 21). D. by 21 Dec. 1767 (LC 3/58, p. 387).

Fisher, Thomas Office Porter to the Lord Chamberlain pd. from 5 Jan. 1807 to 5 Jan. 1810 (AO 1/435/26). Res. by 5 Jan. 1810 (LC 3/68, p. 121).

Fishwick, Christopher Stud Helper 29 Nov. 1760 (MOH WB 1, p. 15). Second Stud Groom 19 Dec. 1770 (MOH WB 1, p. 119). D. by 21 July 1798 (Ibid., p. 150).

Fitch, Gilbert (William) Marshal of the Hall 22 Aug. [1660] (LS 13/7, f. 14; listed as supernumerary on Est. of 1 Oct. 1664: LS 13/34, f. 26v). Vac. by Est. of 30 June 1674 (LS 13/36).

Fitchert (Fitchart, Fisher), Hugh Trumpeter 11 June 1660 (RECM I, 1 citing LC 3/33; LC 3/24, f. 22; LC 3/56, p. 42). Bur. 6 Jan. 1686 (Ibid., p. 6 citing LC 9/259, f. 55v).

Fitchet, Wilks Second Yeoman of the Woodyard 2 Oct. 1660 (LS 13/7 f. 12; listed as supernumerary on Est. of 1 Oct. 1664: LS 13/34, f. 26). D. 16 Apr. 1669 (LS 13/8 f. 11).

Fitts, Thomas Sewer 'in Ordinary' (w/o fee) 17 Oct. 1673 (LC 3/27, f. 22). No further occ.

Fitz, Theophilus Musician for the Violin 10 July 1660 (BDECM, p. 425; LC 3/2, f. 21v; RECM V, 29 citing SO 3/14). Musician 31 Aug. 1685 (RECM II, 3 citing LC 5/146, p. 18; ibid., p. 27 citing LC 5/149, p. 186; LC 3/5, f. 15). D. by 2 Nov. 1708 (LC 5/166, p. 220).
--Musician [for the Private Music] (viol) 16 Oct. 1660 (RECM I, 6 citing LC 5/137, p. 246). Position abolished 6 Feb. 1685 on d. of Charles II.
--Musician for the Wind Instruments (double sackbutt; flute) 6 Apr. 1665 (RECM I, 61, 62 citing LC 5/138, pp. 418-422). Position abolished 6 Feb. 1685 on d. of Charles II.

Fitz, Thomas Musician for the Violin 2 Oct. 1664 (RECM I, 218 citing LC 3/73, p. 99).
--Musician for the Private Music (violin) 16 Nov. 1667 (Ibid., p. 221 citing LC 3/73, p. 98 BDECM, p. 427; LC 3/25, f. 29v).

Bur. 8 Sept. 1677 (BDECM, p. 428).

FitzClarence, Adolphus (styled Lord Adolphus from 24 May 1831) Groom of the Robes 'having Rank as Groom of the Bedchamber' 27 July 1830 (LC 3/70, p. 86: 'The Warrant was never prepared'). Gentleman of the Bedchamber 5 Jan. 1833 (Ibid., p. 86). Vac. 20 June 1837 on d. of William IV.

FitzClarence, Augustus (styled Lord Augustus from 24 May 1831) Chaplain 9 Nov. 1830 (LC 3/70, p. 16). D. 14 June 1854 (AC II ii, 509).

FitzClarence, Frederick (styled Lord Frederick 24 May 1831) Equerry 16 July 1830 (MOH WB 5 sub F). Gentleman of the Horse 9 Dec. 1830 (MOH 2/256). Vac. 20 June 1837 on d. of William IV.

Fitzgerald, William Organist at the Chapel Royal at Hampton Court 26 Nov. 1831 (LC 3/70, p. 66). No further occ.

Fitzgerald de Ros, Hon. William Lennox Lascelles Gentleman Usher Quarter Waiter 21 Oct. 1836 (LC 3/70, p. 174). No further occ.

Fitzhardinge, Charles (Berkeley) 1st Viscount see Berkeley, Sir Charles

Fitzhardinge, Charles (Berkeley) 2nd Viscount see Berkeley, Sir Charles

Fitzhardinge, John (Berkeley) 4th Viscount see Berkeley, John

Fitzherbert, Richard Sergeant Trumpeter 26 July 1785 (LC 3/67, p. 176). D. by 9 Jan. 1803 (LC 3/68, p. 74).

Fitzherbert, Robert Fielding Clerk of Cheque of the Yeomen of Guard 3 June 1826 (HO 38/24, p. 449; HO 38/28, p. 409). Vac. by 15 Dec. 1835 (HO 38/33, pp. 277-8: app. of Jonathan Ellerthorp).

Fitzherbert, William Gentleman of the Chapel Royal (priest) 26 Dec. 1746 (LS 13/201, f. 103; NCB, p. 39). Bur. 11 Oct. 1797 (Reg. St. Paul's Cathedral, p. 184).

Fitzherbert, William Housekeeper at Newmarket 16 June 1757 (LC 3/66, p. 30). Last occ. 1761 (CCR [1761], p. 79). Vac. by 6 June 1761 (C 66/3678).

Fitzherbert, William, sen. Gentleman Usher Daily Waiter 12 Apr. 1759 (LC 3/66, p. 61; LC 3/67, p. 16). Vac. by 23 Dec. 1763 (LS 13/203, f. 36v).

Fitzherbert, William, jun. (cr. Bart. 22 Jan. 1784) Gentleman Usher Daily Waiter 16 Sept. 1765 (LS 13/203, f. 45). Res. by Mar. 1788 (GM [1788] LVIII [1], 278).

Fitzroy (from 22 Mar. 1749 Fitzroy Scudamore), Charles Master of the Tennis Courts 12 Sept. 1727 (LC 3/64, p. 83). Vac. by 10 June 1762 (C 66/4170: app. of Richard Beresford). Groom Porter 8 May 1743 (LC 3/65, p. 162). Vac. by 15 Dec. 1763 (LC 3/58, p. 352). Deputy Cofferer pd. from 12 July 1765 to Sept. 1769 (LS 2/2-4).

Fitzroy, Charles Groom of the Bedchamber 16 Jan. 1760 (LC 3/66, p. 70; LC 3/67, pp. 8-9). Pd. to 10 Oct. 1762 (T 53/48 p. 278).

Fitzroy, Hon. Charles Extra Equerry 5 Jan. 1801 (LS 13/204, ff. 62v-63). Equerry 27 Aug. 1809 (MOH WB 1, p. 74). Res. by 11 Oct. 1811 (Ibid., p. 75).

Fitzroy, Lord Charles Vice Chamberlain 2 July 1835 (HO 38/32, pp. 487-8; LC 3/70, p. 147). Vac. by 5 May 1838 (LC 3/71, p. 61).

Fitzroy Scudamore see Fitzroy

Fitzsimmons, Orlando Sergeant at Arms 8 Feb. 1662 (LC 3/24, f. 10; LC 3/30, p. 29; LC 3/31 p. 38). D. 9 Mar. 1692 (LC 3/31, p. 38).

Fitzwalter, Benjamin (Mildmay) 1st Earl Treasurer of the Household 20 June 1737 (LS 13/262, f. 39). Vac. by 16 Jan. 1756 (Ibid., f. 69).

Fitzwater (Fitzwalter), John Yeoman of the Guard occ. 1735-c. 30 Mar. 1762 (Chamberlayne [1735] II iii, 110; LC 3/58, f. 84). D. by 30 Mar. 1762 (Ibid., p. 231).

Fitzwater, John, sen. Groom of the Confectionery 22 Dec. 1783 (LS 13/267, f. 6). Second Yeoman of the Confectionery 29 Apr. 1784 (Ibid., f. 6v). Res. by 5 Feb. 1796 (Ibid., f. 32).

Fitzwater, John, jun. Groom of the Confectionery 5 Feb. 1796 (LS 13/267, f. 32). Second Yeoman of the Confectionery 22 Oct. 1796 (Ibid., f. 33v). Office made redundant 12 Feb. 1812 (LS 13/69, p. 58). Pd. to 5 July 1821 (LS 2/47).

Fitzwilliam, John Page of Honour 29 Dec. 1727 (LS 13/201, f. 30). Vac. by 23 Oct. 1734 (Ibid., f. 55v).

Fitzwilliam, William (Fitzwilliam) 3rd Earl Gentleman of the Bedchamber 24 June 1751 (LC 3/65, p. 247). D. 10 Aug. 1756.

Fitzwilliams, --- Chaplain in Waiting 20 Mar. 1685 (LC 3/30, f. 37). Prob. vac. 11 Dec. 1688 on abd. of James II. [Prob. John Fitzwilliam, non-juror]).

Flahault, Francis Reader of the French Chapel 21 Sept. 1737 (Rimbault, p. 53). D. by 11 Dec. 1744 (Ibid., p. 55).

Flamank, W[illiam] Preaching Chaplain at Whitehall occ. 2 Apr. 1786-1795 (Wh Pbk 1). Vac. 1796 (Ibid.) .

Fledgewell, Thomas Wine Porter 11 June 1727 (LS 13/49, p. 36). D. by Feb. 1733 (LS 13/201, f. 51v).

Fleet, William Gentleman Pensioner pd. by 29 Sept. to 25 Dec. 1706 (E 407/2/83). Vac. by 1707 (Chamberlayne [1707] III, 554).

Fleetwood, Arthur Clerk Comptroller of the Tents, Pavillions, Hales, Playes, Revels and Masques 14 Feb. 1674 (LC 7/1, f. 68v). Sur. by 21 May 1677 (LC 3/28, f. 65; LC 3/24, f. 18 gives d.).

Fleetwood, Sir Gerard Dutton, Kt. Gentleman Pensioner 29 September 1676 (Badminton MSS Fm H 2/4/1, f. 25v; ibid., f. 29v). Pd. to 25 Mar. 1697 (Chamberlayne [1679], p. 181; E 407/2/76). Last occ. 1700 (Chamberlayne [1700] III, 506). Vac. by 29 Sept. 1700 (E 407/2/77).

Fleetwood, Henry Sewer of the Chamber in Extraordinary 7 Mar. 1667 (LC 3/26, f. 120v). No further occ.

Fleetwood, James Chaplain in Ordinary [1660] (LC 3/2, f. 17). Chaplain in Waiting occ. 1661-1674 (Add. MSS. 36,781, f. 11; LC 3/24, f. 14; last occ. Chamberlayne [1674], p. 188). Prob. res. 1675 on app. as Bishop Worcester (no. 13 July, cons. 29 Aug. 1675: HBC, p. 281).

Fleetwood, Rowland Gentleman Pensioner 27 July 1688 (Badminton MSS Fm H 2/4/1, f. 31). Pd. to 25 Mar. 1689 (E 407/2/70). Vac. by 24 June 1690 (Ibid., no. 71).

Fleetwood, Sir William, Kt. Cupbearer 10 June 1660 (LC 3/24, f. 9). Bur. 12 Feb. 1674 (HP 1660-90 II, 331).

Fleetwood, William Chaplain first occ. list of 6 Dec. 1691 (LC 3/57, f. 32v; LC 5/166, p. 121). Prob. res. 1708 on app. as Bishop of St. Asaph (cons. 6 June 1708: HBC, p. 296).

Fleming, Charles Coachman to the Master of the Horse 10 Jan. 1761 (LS 13/203, f. 19v). No further occ.

Fleming, Francis Musician 16 July 1773 (LC 3/67, p. 63). D. by 27 Mar. 1778 (Ibid., p. 107).

Fleming, James Gentleman Pensioner pd. from 5 July 1805 (E 407/2/174). Occ. 1806-1812 (RK [1806], p. 119; last occ. ibid. [1812], p. 135). Vac. by 1813 (Ibid. [1813], p. 127).

Fleming, John First Yeoman of the Buttery 22 Aug. 1660 (LS 13/7, f. 4). D. 11 Oct. 1662 (LS 13/8, f. 3A).

Fleming, Sir William, Kt. Gentleman Usher of the Privy Chamber 2 June 1660 (LC 3/24, f. 3). D. 7 Feb. 1670 (LC 3/25, f. 10).

Fleminge, Robert Sewer 'in Ordinary' (w/o fee) 15 May 1673 (LC 3/27, f. 22). No further occ.

Flemming, James Cupbearer in Extraordinary (to assist w/o fee until next vac.) 18 Aug. 1660 (LC 3/2, f. 14; sl LC 3/26, f. 113). No further occ.

Fletcher, Edward Chaplain in Ordinary 26 June 1661 (LC 3/26, f. 32 listed twice; also listed as Extraordinary under same date: LC 3/26, f. 127). No further occ.

Fletcher, George Yeoman of the Guard first occ. Est. of 5 Apr. 1755 (Chamberlayne [1755] II iii, 131). D. by 7 June 1799 (AO 3/106/21). [?2 people]

Fletcher, Lewis Yeoman of the Guard pd. from 5 July 1794 to 5 Jan. 1812 (AO 3/106/1-63). No further occ.

Fletcher, Thomas Yeoman of the Guard occ. 1694-1696 (Chamberlayne [1694] II, 251; last occ. Hennell, p. 286). Vac. by 1699 (Miege [1699] III, 95-96).

Fleuri, Nicholas Musician for the French Music 19 Oct. 1663 (LC 3/26, f. 35v). No further occ.

Flexney, George Child of the Chapel Royal vac by 21 Sept. 1664 (RECM I, 57 citing LC 5/138, p. 142).

Flint, Louisa Yeoman Keeper of Ice and Snow 4 Oct. 1803 (LS 13/267, f. 44v). D. by 6 Apr. 1809 (Ibid., f. 57v).

Flint, Timothy Coachman to the Master of the Horse 4 June 1761(LS 13/203, f. 23v). No further occ.

Flint, William Messenger 6 July 1780 (LC 3/67, p. 118; last occ. RK [1793], p. 90). Vac. by 1794 (RK [1794], p. 90).

Flintham, Richard Gentleman and Yeoman of the Cellar 13 Apr. 1685 (LS 13/10, f. 5). Vac. 11 Dec. 1688 on abd. of James II.

Flintoff (Flintoffe, Flintoft), Luke Gentleman of the Chapel Royal (priest) 4 Dec. 1715 (Rimbault, p. 27; LS 13/201, f. 14).
--Preaching Chaplain at Whitehall 1719 (AC I, ii 151). Occ. 1720-1723 (PSBC, p. 53; last occ. Chamberlayne [II iii, 560). No further occ.
--Reading Chaplain at Whitehall 9 July 1719 (LS 13/200, f. 48v; LS 13/201, f. 14).

D. 3 Nov. 1727 (Rimbault, p. 229).

Flock (Flack), James Waterman 6 Apr. 1814 (LC 3/68, p. 161; LC 3/70, p. 7). D. by 26 Dec. 1840 (LC 3/71, p. 175).

Flock (Flocke), John [First] Page of the Cellar 18 July 1661 (LS 13/7, f. 3v). Groom of the Cellar 15 Feb. 1662 (LS 13/252, f. 238v; listed as supernumerary on Est. of 1 Oct. 1664: LS 13/34, f. 24v). Third Yeoman of the Cellar 20 July 1670 (Ibid., f. 201). Second Yeoman of the Cellar 7 Jan. 1676 (LS 13/254, f. 12v, app. prob. coinciding with that of Sylvanus Landon as First Yeoman). First Yeoman of the Cellar 29 Oct. 1677 (Ibid., f. 20v). Gentleman and Yeoman of the Cellar 5 Aug. 1681 (Ibid., f. 40). Sergeant of the Cellar 14 Oct. 1681 (LS 13/253, f. 91). Vac. 6 Feb. 1685 on d. of Charles II. Supernumerary Sergeant of the Cellar 29 Jan. 1686 (LS 13/255, f. 19; LS 13/39). Vac. by Est. of 1 Oct. 1699 when his supernumerary status was converted into a pension (LS 13/40).

Flood, Thomas Waterman d. by 9 Sept. 1678 (LC 3/28, f. 80).

Florey, Charles Doorkeeper of the Kitchen 4 July 1770 (LS 13/203, f. 120). D. by 12 Dec. 1784 (LS 13/204, f. 112v).

Flournois, Peter Clerk of the Robes and Wardrobes 22 June 1697 (LC 5/166, p. 2). Surr. by 14 July 1698 (Ibid., p. 8).

Flower, --- Musician for the Roman Catholic Chapel Royal (Instrumentalist) occ. Est. of 20 Mar. 1688 (LS 13/255, f. 32v). Vac. 11 Dec. 1688 on abd. of James II.

Flower, Edmund Musician for the Private Music in Extraordinary (theorbo or lute) 30 June 1670 (RECM I, 98 citing LC 5/12, p. 282; LC 3/28, f. 37 gives 8 June 1678). Musician for the Private Music 27 Sept. 1678 (RECM I, 181 citing LC 5/143, p. 198 [livery warrant]; ibid. also gives a date of 8 Nov. 1678 for the Lord Chamberlain's warrant, appointing to a joint place with Isaac Staggins). Position abolished 6 Feb. 1685 on d. of Charles II.
--Musician for the Violin 19 Mar. 1672 (RECM I, 113 citing LC 5/140, p. 14). Musician 31 Aug. 1685 (RECM II, 2 citing LC 5/146, p. 18; ibid., p. 27 citing LC 5/149, pp.189-90; LC 3/5, f. 15). D. by 12 Sept. 1712 (LC 5/166, p. 292).
--Musician for the Wind Instruments 3 May 1676 (RECM I, 159 citing LC 5/141, p. 384). Position abolished 6 Feb. 1685 on d. of Charles II.

Flower, Edward Messenger 17 Oct. 1661 (LC 3/25, f. 88v). Surr. by 31 Dec. 1666 (LC 7/1, f. 64).

Flower, Edward Groom of the Great Chamber 21 Dec. 1665 (LC 3/24, f. 11). D. by 13 Apr. 1671 (Ibid.).

Flower, Edward Messenger 17 Oct. 1671 (LC 7/1, f. 64). Surr. by ?6 Feb. 1685 (Ibid.).

Flower, Henry Footman 9 Dec. 1727 (LS 13/201, f. 20). D. by 8 Dec. 1740 (Ibid., ff. 59v, 75v).

Flower, John Yeoman of the Guard first occ. 1735 (Chamberlayne [1735] II iii, 111: excused from duty). D. by 15 Nov. 1754 (LC 3/58, p. 1).

Flower, John Watchman at the Cockpit d. by 24 Nov. 1749 (LC 3/65, p. 238).

Flower, John Yeoman of the Guard occ. Est. of 5 July 1757 (Hennell, p. 260). D. by 16 Apr. 1758 (LC 3/58, p. 49).

Flower, John Yeoman of the Guard 11 Apr. 1768 (LC 3/58, p. 388). No further occ.

Flower, Tristram Esquire of the Body in Extraordinary 22 Jan. 1661 (LC 3/26, f. 117). No further occ.

Flowerdew, Nathaniel Yeoman of the Guard 5 Feb. 1764 (LC 3/58, p. 353). Vac. by 19 Sept. 1769 (Ibid., p. 390).

Floyd, Alice Necessary Woman (at St. James's and Windsor) occ. 31 May 1703 (LS 13/258). No further occ.

Floyd, William Musician 4 Nov. 1835 (LC 1/18, no. 1495; LC 3/70, p. 191). D. by 24 Aug. 1850 (LC 3/71, p. 365).

Fly, Henry Gentleman of the Chapel Royal (priest) 13 Nov. 1790 [Confessor of the Household 28 Mar. 1795] (LS 13/204, ff. 40, 50). D. 10 Oct. 1833 (Reg. St. Paul's Cathedral, p. 192 n. 1).

Foan, William Gentleman Pensioner in Extraordinary 27 Jan. 1674 (Badminton MSS Fm H 2/4/1, f. 65v). No further occ.

Foden, Simon Yeoman of the Guard occ. 1718 (Miege [1718] I, 361). Vac. by 1718 (Chamberlayne [1718] II iii, 138-39).

Foiston, Mary Necessary Woman 9 July 1702 (LC 5/166, p. 81; LC 3/63, p. 64). D. by 10 July 1721 (LC 3/63, p. 252).

Foley, Thomas (Foley) 3rd Lord Captain of the Gentlemen Pensioners 9 Dec. 1830 (HO 38/28, p. 409). D. 16 Apr. 1833.

Foley, Thomas Henry (Foley) 4th Lord Captain of the Gentlemen Pensioners (Gentlemen at Arms) 16 Aug. 1833 (HO 38/30, pp. 517-18). Vac. by 29 Dec. 1834 (LC 3/70, p. 136). Captain of the Gentlemen Pensioners (Gentlemen at Arms) 16 Mar. 1836 (Ibid., f. 171, to begin 6 May 1835). Res. by 13 Sept. 1841 (LC 3/71, p. 188).

Folkingham, Nicholas Chaplain in Extraordinary 13 Oct. 1671 (LC 3/27, f. 29). No further occ.

Folliard (Folyart), Raphael Barber 7 June 1660 (LC 3/24, f. 20v; sl Est. 1663: BIHR XIX [1942], p. 20). Pos. last occ. 1677 (Chamberlayne [1679], p. 172: "Ba Foliord"). Office deleted 1682 (Chamberlayne [1682]).

Folliard, Richard Barber in Reversion (for 1st vac.) 9 Jan. 1673 (LC 3/26, f. 63). Barber 22 June 1685 (LC 3/30, p. 34). Vac. 11 Dec. 1688 on abd. of James II.

Fontleroy, Moore Yeoman of the Pantry occ. 1660 (MS Carte 59, f. 123). No further occ.

Foord, John Yeoman of the Guard 11 Mar. 1770 [Yeoman Usher pd. from 5 Jan. 1784 to 5 Jan. 1802] (LC 3/58, p. 394; AO 3/106/1-31). Pd. to 5 Jan. 1802 (AO 3/106/1-31). Vac. by 5 Apr. 1802 (Ibid., no. 32).

Foord, William Yeoman of the Carriages 31 Mar. 1685 (Dartmouth MSS ox D [w] 1778/v/132). Vac. 11 Dec. 1688 on abd. of James II.

Foord-Bowes, Timothy Fish Chaplain 15 Apr. 1820 (LC 3/69, p. 7; LC 3/70, p. 11). Last occ. 1861 (RK [1861], p. 151). Vac. by 1862 (Ibid. [1862], p. 151).
-- Supernumerary Deputy Clerk of the Closet occ. 1834 (RK [1834], p. 121). Deputy Clerk of the Closet occ. 1835-1837 (Ibid. [1835], p. 121; last occ. ibid. [1837], p. 122). Vac. by 1838 (Ibid. [1838], p. 120).

Forbes, James Sewer of the Chamber [?in ord w/o fee] 10 Aug. 1671 (LC 3/27, f. 12v). No further occ.

Forbes, James (ktd. Aug. 1689) First Clerk Comptroller of the Green Cloth 21 Feb. 1689 (LS 13/257, p. 1). Second Clerk of the Green Cloth 13 Apr. 1689 (LS 13/10, f. 3v). Vac. 8 Mar. 1702 on d. of William III.

Forbes, John Gentleman Pensioner occ. 1819-1821 (RK [1819], p. 116; last occ. ibid. [1821], p. 118). Vac. by 1822 (Ibid. [1822], pp. 118-19).

Forbes, Peter Page of the Removing Wardrobe 4 Apr. 1718 (LC 3/63, p. 184; LC 3/64, p. 61). Surr. by 29 Apr. 1737 (LC 3/65, p. 56).

Forbes (Forbus), William Messenger in Extraordinary 5 May 1689 (LC 3/32, p. 76). Messenger 30 Nov. 1689 (Ibid., p. 74). Surr. by 2 Aug. 1690 (Ibid., p. 76).

Forbis, John Groom of the Great Wardrobe [1660] (LC 3/2, f. 22v). No further occ.

Forbus, Henry Footman 24 Nov. 1734 (LS 13/201, f. 55v; LS 13/203, f. 12). D. by 28 July 1770 (Ibid., f. 68v).
--Helper in the Stables d. by 28 July 1770 (MOH WB 1, p. 118).

Forbus, William Child of the Chapel Royal voice changed by 17 Oct. 1764 (LC 5/29, p. 75).

Ford, Forrester [?First] Scourer of the Household Kitchen 1 Apr. 1747 (LS 13/201, f. 126v). Vac. 25 Oct. 1760 on d. of George II.

Ford, Francis Second Child of the Household Kitchen 4 Mar. 1709 (LS 13/259, f. 41). Dismissed 23 May 1712 (Ibid., f. 47).

Ford, John Drum-major (to First Reg. of Footguards) 20 Jan. 1795 (LC 3/68, p. 19). D. by 21 Dec. 1795 (LC 3/68, p. 26).

Ford, Lewis Waterman 13 Sept. 1735 (LC 3/65, p. 36; reapp 1761: LC 3/58, f. 86v). No further occ.

Ford, Robert Under Housekeeper at Newmarket 9 Oct. 1661 (LC 3/25, f. 45; initial app. 8 Feb. 1633: ibid.). D. by 20 May 1707 (LC 5/166, p. 196).

Ford, Robert Groom of the Chamber 'in Ordinary without fee' 18 Oct. 1667 (LC 3/26, f. 138v). No further occ.

Ford (Foord), William Gentleman Pensioner 3 Dec. 1666 (Badminton MSS Fm H 2/4/1, f. 23). Vac. by 27 Jan. 1674 (Ibid., f. 24v).

Ford, William Yeoman of the Guard occ. Est. of c. 1673-78-Est. of c. 1685-88 (LC 3/24, f. 27; last occ. LC 3/30, ff. 70-71). Vac. by 1694 (Chamberlayne [1694] II, 251-52).

Ford, William Coachman occ. Est. of early 1685-6 Feb. 1685 (Dartmouth MSS ox D [w] 1778/v/132). Vac. 6 Feb. 1685 on d. of Charles II.

Forde (Ford), Thomas Chaplain in Extraordinary [1660] (LC 3/2, f. 17v). No further occ.

Fordham, Richard Groom of the Great Chamber in Ordinary [w/o fee] 1 Sept. 1671 (LC 3/27, f. 17; cert. renewed 5 June 1683: LC 3/28, f. 62v). No further occ.

Fordham, Thomas Yeoman of the Bows 14 Nov. 1672 (LC 3/26, f. 71; LC 3/32, p. 73). Ev. vac. by 12 July 1694 on app. of Charles Colinge (LC 3/3, f. 21).

Fordham, Thomas [?Under Clerk] to the Lord Chamberlain occ. 1693 (Miege [1693] III, 398). No further occ.

Fordice, William Carver Mar. 1778 (LC 3/67, p. 104). Office abolished 14 Nov. 1782 (LS 13/117, pp. 72, 73).
--Groom of the Privy Chamber 24 Oct. 1778 (LC 3/67, p. 109). Vac. by 7 Mar. 1785 (Ibid., p. 170).

Foreman, Mary Firemaker to the Presence Chamber 10 Jan. 1748 (LS 13/201, f. 107). Pd. to 22 July 1784 (LS 2/10). D. by 22 July 1784 (LS 13/204, f. 25).

Foreman, Peter Assistant in the Ewry 1 Apr. 1764 (LS 13/266, f. 41). Groom of the Pantry 25 May 1765 (Ibid., f. 46v). D. by 4 Oct. 1766 (Ibid., f. 51).

Forester see Weld Forester

Forester, William (ktd. Aug. 1689) Second Clerk of the Green Cloth 21 Feb. 1689 (LS 13/257, p. 1). First Clerk of the Green Cloth 13 Apr. 1689 (LS 13/10, f. 3v; LS 13/258, f. 1; LS 13/260, 9 Oct. 1714). Res. by 15 Apr. 1717 (LS 13/260, app. of John Charlton).

Forester, William Yeoman of the Cellar 6 July 1830 (LS 2/56). Vac. by Jan. 1839 (LS 2/65, f. 1).

Forrest, Peregrine Page of the Backstairs [at the Mews] 1 July 1717 (LS 13/200, f. 37; LS 13/201, f. 26). D. by 30 Nov. 1737 (LS 13/201, f. 68v).

Forrest, Phillip Physician in Ordinary [?w/o fee] 10 Aug. 1672 (LC 3/27, f. 46v). No further occ.

Forrester, Alexander Gentleman Pensioner first occ. 1708 (Chamberlayne [1708] II iii, 619). Pd. to 25 Mar. 1712 (E 407/2/84). Vac. by 29 Sept. 1713 (Ibid., no. 85).

Forrester, Francis Second Yeoman of the Scullery 1 May 1689 (LS 13/256; LS 13/259, f. 10). Res. 22 June 1710 (LS 13/259, f. 43).

Forrester, Mary Maid of Honour pd. from 29 Sept. 1704 (CTB XIX, 389). Vac. 1 Aug. 1714 on d. of Anne.

Forrester, Pulter Chaplain 14 Apr. 1773 (LC 3/67, p. 60). D. 20 July 1778 (LC 3/67, p. 109; AC I ii, 159).

Forrester, Rebecca Laundress to the Queen 6 July 1693 (LC 3/32, p. 16). Position abolished c. 28 Dec. 1694 on d. of Mary II.

Forster, Joseph Child of the Chapel Royal voice changed by 23 Nov. 1709 (RECM II, 100 citing LC 5/154, p. 468).

Forster, Nathaniel Chaplain 10 May 1756 (LC 3/66, p. 7). D. 20 Oct. 1757 (Ibid., p. 39; DNB XX, 20).

Forster (Forrester, Foster), Reginald, (later, cr. bt.) Gentleman Pensioner 28 June 1660 (Badminton MSS Fm H2/4/1, f. 21). Vac. by 24 May 1673 (Ibid., f. 24).
--Gentleman Pensioner in Extraordinary 27 July [1660] (Badminton MSS Fm H 2/4/1, f. 61v). No further occ.
--Gentleman Pensioner in Extraordinary 20 June 1673 (Ibid., f. 65). No further occ.

[Position moved and collated].

Forster, Thomas Preaching Chaplain at Whitehall occ. 20 June 1742-1761 (Wh Pbk 1). Vac. by 1761 (Ibid.).

Forster (Foster), William Waiter to the Robes 12 Dec. 1702 (LC 5/166, p. 113). Rem. by 12 Feb. 1711 (Ibid., p. 263).

Fortin, --- Preaching Chaplain at Whitehall occ. 16 Apr. 1727 (Wh Pbk 1). Vac. 1728 (Ibid.).

Fortrey, James Groom of the Bedchamber 2 May 1685 (CSPD 1685, p. 144 [616]). Vac. 11 Dec. 1688 on abd. of James II.

Fosbrook, John Supernumerary Groom of the Pitcher House 28 Aug. 1683 (LS 13/254, f. 54). Vac. 6 Feb. 1685 on d. of Charles II. Turnbroach of the [Privy] Kitchen 30 Mar. 1689 (LS 13/10, f. 7v). Vac. by Est. of 1 Oct. 1699 (LS 13/40, p. 27). Third Turnbroach of the Household Kitchen Est. of 1 July 1702 (LS 13/43, f. 13). Turnbroach of the [Privy] Kitchen [?Est. of 1 Feb. 1715] (LS 13/44, f. 13). Third Turnbroach of the Queen's Privy Kitchen 1 July 1727 (LS 13/201, f. 113). D. by 14 Apr. 1729 (Ibid., f. 116).

Fosbrook, Richard Coffer Bearer 3 Oct. 1727 (LC 3/64, p. 106). D. by Oct. 1734 (LC 3/65, p. 20).

Foster, George Postilion 30 Oct. 1795 (MOH WB 1, p. 146). Postchaiseman 4 Mar. 1800 (Ibid., p. 152). Coachman 24 May 1804 (Ibid., p. 160; MOH LB F, p. 550; MOH 2/256). D. 18 Jan. 1837 (MOH SB 1, p. 249).

Foster, Giles Helper in the Stables 5 Feb. 1837 (MOH WB 5, sub. F). Superannuated 1 July 1852 (MOH SB 2, p. 319).

Foster, Henry Sergeant of the Carriages 24 Sept. 1736 (LS 13/201, f. 61v). Vac. 25 Oct. 1760 on d. of George II.

Foster, Hugh Porter of the Upper Mews Gate 1 Aug. 1794 (MOH WB 1, p. 145). D. by 6 July 1803 (Ibid., p. 164).

Foster, Jervace [Supernumeray] Waterman 21 Apr. 1691 (LC 3/32, p. 93). Waterman 15 Oct. 1695 (LC 3/57, f. 49; LC 3/5, f. 15; LC 3/63, p. 63). Vac. by 22 Jan. 1719 (LC 3/63, p. 197). Waterman at Pension 30 Nov. 1719 (Ibid., p. 218). D. by 17 Mar. 1727 (LC 3/64, p. 37).

Foster, John Page of Bedchamber 9 July 1702 (LS 13/199, p. 58). D. by 21 Jan. 1714 (Ibid., p. 131).

Foster, Thomas Yeoman of the Vestry 2 June 1778 (LS 13/203, f. 103v). D. by 27 Feb. 1816 (LS 13/204, f. 98v).

Foster, William Groom of the Crown [Coursers' or Great Horse] Stable occ. Est. of 12 Mar. 1669 (Dartmouth MSS ox D [w] 1778/v/132). Vac. by Est. of 28 Mar. 1682 (Ibid.).

Foster (from 6 July 1805 Foster Pigott), William Chaplain 25 Sept. 1793 (LC 3/67, p. 189; LC 3/68, p. 1). D. 5 Feb. 1827 (LC 3/69, p. 106; GM [1827] XCVII [1], 282).

Fothergill (Fotheringill), George Footman 24 Sept. 1730 (LS 13/201, f. 44v). Prob. vac. 25 Oct. 1760 on d. of George II.

Fothergill, George Preaching Chaplain at Whitehall occ. 3 July 1743-1744 (Wh Pbk 1). ?Vac. 1744 (Ibid.).

Fothergill, Thomas Preaching Chaplain at Whitehall occ. 6 July 1755-1767 (Wh Pbk 1). Vac. 1768 (Ibid.).

Fotheringham, William Second Groom of the Ewry 16 May 1759 (LS 13/264, f. 37v). Vac. 25 Oct. 1760 on d. of George II.

Foubert, Henry Supernumerary Equerry of the Crown Stable 24 Mar. 1698 (LS 13/257, p. 158). Equerry of the Crown Stable 6 July 1702 (LS 13/199, f. 3v; LS 13/200, f. 22v; LS 13/201, f. 24). D. 13 Feb. 1743 (LS 13/201, f. 87; GM [1743] XIII, 107).

Foubert, Henry Equerry of Crown Stable 21 Aug. 1742 (LS 13/201, f. 84v). D. by 13 Sept. 1745 (Ibid., f. 97v).

Foubert, Solomon Equerry of the Crown (Great Horse or Coursers') Stable occ. 28 Mar. 1682-Est. of early 1685 (Dartmouth MSS ox D [w] 1778/v/132). ?Vac. 6 Feb. 1685 on d. of Charles II. Extra Equerry of the Crown Stable 6 June 1690 (LS 13/198, f. 36v). No further occ.

Foucant, Dedier Apothecary in Extraordinary [1660] (LC 3/2, f. 23v; LC 3/26, f. 146, vacated 'dead'). No further occ.

Fouch, James Helper in the Stables 13 Jan. 1721 (LS 13/200, f. 54). Vac. 11 June 1727 on d. of George I.

Fouchet, Talbot Keeper of the Lions in the Tower 4 July 1714 (LC 5/166, p. 312; LC 3/63, p. 5). Vac. by 7 Nov. 1727 (LC 3/64, p. 129).

Foulkes, David Brusher to the Robes 18 Oct. 1714 (LC 3/63, pp. 9-10). D. by 3 Apr. 1719 (LC 3/7, f. 1v).

Foulkes, Peter Chaplain 1 Apr. 1724 (LC 3/63, p. 335; LC 3/64, p. 108). D. 30 Apr. 1747 (LC 3/65, p. 223; DNB XX, 75).

Fouloure (Foulouze, Toulouze), Stephen Embroiderer 30 Sept. 1710 (LC 5/166, p. 253; LC 3/63, p. 122). ?Office abolished on d. of George I, 11 June 1727.

Fountain, Joshua Gentleman Pensioner occ. 1793-1821 (RK [1793], p. 98; last occ. ibid. [1821], p. 116). Vac. by 1822 (Ibid. [1822], pp. 118-19; CALLED JAMES FROM 1811).

Fountaine see de la Fountaine

Fountaine, Thomas Chaplain 1772 (AC II ii, 550). First occ. 1774 (RK [1774], p. 79). D. May 1815 (AC II ii, 550; LC 3/68, p. 170).

Fourcade, Floerent Surgeon 'in Ordinary Supernumerary without fee or allowance' 30 July 1667 (LC 3/26, f. 144). No further occ.

Fourmantel, Mary Engine Turner [Turncock] at Kensington 17 Feb. 1762 (LS 13/203, f. 116). D. by 17 Nov. 1776 (Ibid., f. 122v).

Fourmont, Claud First Master Cook of the Kitchen 13 Apr. 1685 (LS 13/10, f. 7). Vac. 11 Dec. 1688 on abd. of James II.

Foweather, Thomas Groom of the Stables 9 June 1744 (LS 13/201, f. 92v). D. by 5 Dec. 1748 (Ibid., f. 109).

Fowke, John Gentleman Pensioner in Extraordinary 23 Apr. 1663 (Badminton MSS Fm H 2/4/1, f. 64). No further occ.

Fowke, Richard Chaplain in Ordinary 22 June 1681 (LC 3/28, f. 24). No further occ.

Fowke, Richard Chaplain in Ordinary 3 Nov. 1691 (LC 3/32, p. 50). No further occ.

Fowkes (Fookes), Thomas Groom Huntsman of the Harriers 20 Sept. 1660 (LC 3/24, f. 23; LC 3/25, f. 68). D. by 2 Nov. 1676 (LC 3/26, f. 72).

Fowle, John Carver 13 Oct. 1749 (LC 3/65, p. 237; LC 3/67, p. 36). Office abolished 14 Nov. 1782 (LS 13/117 pp. 72, 73).

Fowle, William Chapman Groom of the Privy Chamber 18 May 1802 (LC 3/68, p. 71; LC 3/70, p. 4).

Fowler, Edward Chaplain 1689 (AC I ii, 168). Occ. 1691-1692 (Miege [1691] III, 162; LC 3/32, p. 45; last occ. Chamberlayne [1692], p. 173). Prob. res. 1691 on app. as Bishop of Gloucester (nom. 22 Apr., cons. 5 July 1691: HBC, p. 249).

Fowler, John Sewer 'in Ordinary' (w/o fee) 15 Mar. 1673 (LC 3/27, f. 22). No further occ.

Fowler, Robert Chaplain 15 Apr. 1758 (LC 3/66, p. 47; LC 3/67, p. 24). Last occ. 1771 (RK [1771], p. 78). Prob. res. 1771 on app. as Bishop of Killaloe (nom. 13 June, cons. 28 July 1771: HBC, p. 397).

Fowler, Robert Yeoman of the Guard occ. Est. of c. 1673-78-1 Oct. 1684 (LC 3/24, f. 27; last occ. A General and Compleat List, p. 2). Vac. by Est. c. 1685-88 (LC 3/30, ff. 70-71).

Fowles, George Groom Huntsman of the Buckhounds vac. by 20 Feb. 1662 (LC 3/25, f. 68v).

Fox, Charles Richard Equerry 6 Mar. 1831 (MOH WB 5 sub F). Res. 19 May 1832 (Ibid.).

Fox, Edward Messenger 30 July 1660 (LC 7/1, f. 63v). Res. by 13 Feb. 1663 (LC 3/25, f. 88v).

Fox, Edward Yeoman of the Pastry 5 Apr. 1662 (LS 13/252, f. 235v; listed as supernumerary on Est. of 1 Oct. 1664: LS 13/34, f. 26). Vac. 6 Feb. 1685 on d. of Charles II. Supernumerary Yeoman of the Pastry 1 Feb. 1686 (LS 13/10, f. 15). Vac. 11 Dec. 1688 on abd. of Charles II.

Fox, Elizabeth Necessary Woman 'to the Board of Greencloth' 1 Apr. 1742 (LS 13/201, f. 123; LS 13/55). Pd. to 22 Nov. 1779 (LS 2/7; LS 13/203, f. 125).

Fox, Francis Tailor to the Robes c. 1714 (LC 3/7, f. 17). D. by 16 Jan. 1723 (LC 3/63, p. 282).

Fox, Henry Chaplain in Ordinary 6 Nov. 1682 (LC 3/28, f. 24v). Chaplain in Waiting 7 Nov. 1684 (LC 3/24, f. 14; LC 7/1, f. 53v; LC 3/56, p. 48). D. by 1687 (LC 3/30, f. 38v; Chamberlayne [1687], p. 158; LC 3/30, f. 38v).

Fox, Jeremiah Second Master Scourer of the Kitchen 3 Dec. 1772 (LS 13/266, f. 84). Yeoman of the Coalyard 18 Jan. 1775 (Ibid., f. 91v). Clerk of the Coalyard 14 Jan. 1784 (LS 13/265, f. 55v). Res. by 6 Apr. 1807 (Ibid., f. 75v).

Fox, John, sen. Joint Clerk of the Acatry 7 Sept. 1660 (LS 13/252, f. 3v). Res. by 14 Nov. 1662 (Ibid., f. 93). Sergeant of the Larder 1 May 1673 (LS 13/253, f. 38v). Vac. 6 Feb. 1685 on d. of Charles II. Sergeant of the Larder d. in office by 3 Feb. 1692 (LS 13/257, p. 92).

Fox, John, jun. Joint Clerk of the Acatry 14 Nov. 1662 (LS 13/252 f. 93; listed as supernumerary on Est. of 1 Oct. 1664: LS 13/34, f. 25v). Second Clerk of Spicery 1 Jan. 1673 (LS 13/253 f. 35). Clerk of the Spicery 13 Apr. 1685 (LS 13/10 f. 5v). Vac. 11 Dec. 1688 on abd. of James II.
--Supernumerary Clerk Comptroller of the Green Cloth 11 Apr. 1688 (LS 13/255, f. 36). Vac. 11 Dec. 1688 on abd. of James II. Second Clerk Comptroller of the Green Cloth 12 Apr. 1689 (LS 13/257, p. 17). Dismissed by 22 Jan. 1690 (LS 13/10, f. 3A).

Fox, John Messenger 4 Dec. 1676 (LC 7/1, f. 65v). D. by 12 Feb. 1678 (LC 3/28, f. 67v).

Fox, Lady Mary Housekeeper of the State Apartments at Windsor 12 Sept. 1835 (LC 3/70, p. 151). Occ. 1836-1846 (RK [1836], p. 119; last occ. ibid. [1846], p. 146). Office deleted by 1847 (Ibid. [1847], p. 146).

Fox, Robert Watchman at the Cockpit 7 Apr. 1802 (LC 3/68, p. 71). No further occ.

Fox, Samuel Assistant in the Ewry 20 July 1812 (LS 13/267, f. 70v). Pd. from 20 July 1812 to 10 July 1815 (LS 2/38-41). Vac. 11 July 1815 when position abolished (LS 2/41).

Fox, Stephen (ktd. 1 July 1665) Second Clerk Comptroller of the Green Cloth 25 June 1660 (LS 13/7, f. 1). First Clerk Comptroller of the Green Cloth 22 Aug. 1660 (Ibid.). Second Clerk of the Green Cloth 14 Jan. 1661 (LS 13/252, f. 19v). First Clerk of the Green Cloth prob. app. 26 May 1671 on d. of Sir Henry Wood (Ibid., f. 187v; LS 13/255 f. 3; LS 13/257 p. 1). Vac. by 13 Apr. 1689 (LS 13/10, f. 3v).
--Cofferer in Reversion29 Sept. 1677 (LS 13/9, f. 2A). Did not succeed.
--Commissioner for the Stables 30 Dec. 1679 (C 66/3225 dorso, recited in gt. to 1st Duke of Richmond as Master of the Horse). Revoked 22 Jan. 1682 (Ibid.). Commissioner for the Stables 7 Apr. 1702 (CSPD 1702-3, p. 501). Vac. by 20 July 1702 (CSPD 1700-02, p. 33: app. of 6th Duke of Somerset as Master of the Horse).

Fox, Thomas Second Groom of the Accompting House 8 July 1682 (LS 13/254, f. 50v). First Groom of the Accompting House 20 Dec. 1684 (LS 13/9, f. 13; app. prob. coinciding with that of William Collins as Second Groom; LS 13/10, f. 4). Res. by 8 Dec. 1687 (LS 13/9. f. 3; LS 13/10 f. 4, app. of Gilbert Thornburgh as Second Groom).

Fox, Thomas Supernumerary Clerk of the Acatry 26 Mar. 1683 (LS 13/9, f. 11A). Clerk of the Acatry 7 Oct. 1684 (Ibid., d. of Robert Fenn; LS 13/10, f. 9). Joint Clerk of the Acatry 4 May 1689 (LS 13/257, p. 34). D. by 8 Sept. 1691 (Ibid., p. 90).

Fox, Thomas[Third] Child of the Scullery 1 May 1689 (LS 13/256). Position abolished by Est. of 1 Oct. 1699 (LS 13/40, p. 22).

Fox, William Waterman 23 Mar. 1782 (LC 3/67, p. 131). D. by 8 Apr. 1824 (LC 3/69, p. 65).

Foxall, Robert Child of the Queen's Kitchen 25 Aug. 1660 (LS 13/7, f. 8). Child of the Kitchen 1 Oct. 1664 (LS 13/34, f. 22). Groom of the Kitchen 4 Sept. 1674 (LS 13/254, f. 8). Second Yeoman of the Household Kitchen 30 July 1683 (Ibid., f. 53v). Vac. 6 Feb. 1685 on d. of Charles II. Supernumerary Yeoman of the Kitchen 1 Feb. 1686 (LS 13/10, f. 15). Vac. 11 Dec. 1688 on abd. of James II.

Foxcroft, Anthony Sewer of the Chamber [?in ord w/o fee] 18 July 1671 (LC 3/27, f. 12). No further occ.

Foyston (Fyson), John Messenger 12 Oct. 1710 (LC 5/166, p. 255; LC 3/63, p. 36). Vac. (ev. rem.) by 9 Dec. 1715 on app. of Elias Chalke (LC 3/63, p. 127).

Fraigneau, John First Yeoman of the Confectionery 1 July 1727 (LS 13/263, f. 12v). D. by 2 Feb. 1756 (LS 13/264, f. 25v).

Fraiser, Thomas Hunting Surgeon 8 May 1685 (LC 3/30, p. 74). Surgeon to the Household 11 Feb. 1687 (LC 3/29, f. 34). Vac. 11 Dec. 1688 on abd. of James II.
--Barber 22 June 1685 (LC 3/30, p. 34). Ev. vac. 11 Dec. 1688 on abd. of James II.

-Moletaker (w/o fee) temp. Charles II (LC 3/24, f. 16). Moletaker 2 June 1686 (LC 3/30, f. 56; LC 3/57, f. 38v; LC 3/5, f. 16). D. by 6 Aug. 1705 (LC 5/166, p. 176).

Fraizer, Sir Alexander, Kt. Physician to the Person June 1660 (LC 3/24, f. 16). D. 3 May 1681 (DNB XX, 158).

Fraizer, Charles Physician to the Person 25 Aug. 1677 (LS 13/253 ff. 67v-68v; LC 3/56 p. 9; LC 3/31 p. 56). D. by 2 Feb. 1700 (LC 5/166 p. 35).

Fraizer, John Footman occ. Est. of 12 Mar. 1669 (Dartmouth MSS ox D [w] 1778/v/132). D. by 6 Nov. 1680 (LS 13/197, f. 69v).

Frampton, Robert Gentleman Pensioner vac. by 24 Dec. 1736 (LC 3/65, p. 69).

Frampton, Tregonwell Keeper of the Racehorses 22 Mar. 1693 (LS 13/257, f. 109; LS 13/260, 29 Sept. 1714; LS 13/201, f. 33). D. 12 Mar. 1727 (DNB XX, 162).

France, William Supernumerary Turnbroach of the [Privy] Kitchen 9 Jan. 1680 (LS 13/37, f. 15v; LS 13/9, f. 10A gives 14 Feb., but no year). Vac. by 13 Feb. 1684 (LS 13/9, f. 10A).

Francis, Edward Sewer 'in Ordinary' (w/o fee) 19 May 1668 (LC 3/26, f. 114v). No further occ.

Francis, George Fourth Child of the Household Kitchen 1 June 1737 (LS 13/263, f. 71v). Third Child of the Household Kitchen 8 June 1739 (Ibid., f. 76v). Second Child of the Household Kitchen 16 July 1739 (Ibid. f. 78v). First Child of the Household Kitchen 1 Jan. 1740 (Ibid., f. 80v). First Child of the Kitchen 1 Nov. 1744 (Ibid., f. 96v). Seventh Groom of the Kitchen 1 Oct. 1745 (Ibid., f. 102v). Sixth Groom of the Kitchen 1 July 1747 (Ibid., f. 108v). Fifth Groom of the Kitchen 1 Aug. 1748 (Ibid., f. 115). Fourth Groom of the Kitchen 1 Dec. 1748 (Ibid., f. 117v). Third Groom of the Kitchen 28 Mar. 1750 (LS 13/264, f. 5v). Second Groom of the Kitchen 17 Nov. 1750 (Ibid., f. 8v). First Groom of the Kitchen 22 Jan. 1753 (Ibid., f. 14v). Seventh Yeoman of the Kitchen 22 Jan. 1754 (Ibid., f. 19v). Sixth Yeoman of the Kitchen 24 Dec. 1754 (Ibid., f. 23). Fifth Yeoman of the Kitchen 12 May 1757 (Ibid., f. 29). Vac. by 28 Aug. 1759 (Ibid., f. 38v).

Francis, Matthew Groom of the Larder 12 Aug. 1660 (LS 13/7, f. 8v). Vac. by Oct. 1660 (Ibid., app. of David Powell).

Francis, Peter Messenger to Auditor Lowndes 11 Jan. 1759 (LC 3/66, p. 56). Vac. by 24 Oct. 1776 (LC 3/67, p. 95).

Francis, Richard Messenger to Auditor Lowndes 30 Apr. 1745 (LC 3/65, p. 184). D. by 11 Jan. 1759 (LC 3/66, p. 56).

Francis, Thomas Sewer 'in Ordinary' (w/o fee) 23 Aug. 1669 (LC 3/26, f. 115v). No further occ.

Francis, Thomas Gentleman Pensioner in Extraordinary 29 Dec. 1674 (Badminton MSS Fm H 2/4/1, f. 65v). Gentleman Pensioner 6 Jan. 1675 (Ibid., f. 25). Vac. by 6 Dec. 1675 on app. of Edward Maynard (Ibid.) Gentleman Pensioner Dec. 1676 (Ibid., f. 25v; ibid., f. 29v). Vac. by 12 Mar. 1688 (Ibid., f. 30v).

Francis, Thomas Clerk Comptroller of the Tents, Pavillions, Hales, Playes, Revels and Masques 21 May 1677 (LC 3/28, f. 65). Surr. by 8 Mar. 1678 (LC 3/28, f. 65).

Francis, Thomas Linen and Woolen Draper 5 Apr. 1820 (LC 3/69, p. 5). No further occ.

Francklin, Francis Groom Sadler 28 Dec. 1689 (LS 13/198, f. 28v). Vac. by 1693 (Miege [1693] II, p. 399).

Francklin, Thomas Yeoman of the Guard 30 Dec. 1766 (LC 3/58, p. 379). No further occ. (Vac. by 5 Jan. 1784: AO 3/106/1).

Franke (Frankel, Franks), John Yeoman of the Guard occ. Est. c. 1673-78-Est. of 1685-88 (LC 3/24, f. 27; LC 3/30, f. 70). Vac. by 1694 (Chamberlayne [1694] II, 251-52).

Frankland, Jeffery Undermarshal 12 Dec. 1709 (LS 13/199, f. 55; LS 13/44, f. 14v; LS 13/49, p. 35). D. by 1 Sept. 1730 (LS 13/201, f. 47).

Frankland, John Chaplain Mar. 1715 (HRC [1714 16] I ii, 50; warrant 26 Sept. 1715: LC 3/63, p. 120). Surr. by 3 Mar. 1727 (LC 3/64, p. 35).

Franklin, Richard Undermarshal 22 Apr. 1767 (LS 13/203, f. 52). Res. by 24 Mar. 1785 (LS 13/204, f. 26).

Franklin (Franklyn), Robert Groom of the Hunting and Padd Stable occ. Est. of 12 Mar. 1669-Est. of early 1685 (Dartmouth MSS ox D [w] 1778/v/132). Vac. 6 Feb. 1685 on d. of Charles II.

Franklin, Thomas Supernumerary Turnbroach of the [Privy] Kitchen Est. of1 Oct. 1668 (LS 13/35, f. 20v; LS 13/38, f. 13; LS 13/39, p. 28). Office abolished by Est. of 1 Oct. 1699 (LS 13/40, p. 27).

Franklin, Thomas Groom Litterman [Chairman] occ. Est. of 12 Mar. 1669-Est. Of early 1685 (Dartmouth MSS ox D [w] 1778/v/132). Vac. 6 Feb. 1685 on d. of Charles II.

Franklin, Thomas Chaplain Aug. 1767 (GM [1767] XXXVII, 431). D. 15 Mar. 1784 (LC 3/67, p. 163; GM [1784] LIV [1], 238).

Franklyn, Robert Groom of the Stables 9 Dec. 1727 (LS 13/201, f. 22). D. by 19 Aug. 1734 (Ibid., f. 55).

Franklyn, Thomas Sewer of the Chamber [?in ord w/o fee] 19 Aug. 1672 (LC 3/27, f. 13). No further occ.

Franklyn, Thomas Yeoman Huntsman of the Buckhounds 11 May 1674 (LC 3/24, f. 22v). Ev. vac. 6 Feb. 1685 on d. of Charles II.

Franks (Francks), Abraham Chaplain 29 Nov. 1718 (LC 3/63, p. 193; LC 3/64, p. 108). D. 2 Oct. 1733 (GM [1733] III, 550; AC I ii, 176).

Franks (Franck), Anthony Trumpeter occ. 1661 (RECM I, 216 citing LC 9/388). Vac. by 19 Dec. 1661 (LC 3/25, f. 34).

Franks, Henry Child of the Chapel Royal first occ. 1702 (Chamberlayne [1702] III, 500). Voice changed by 30 May 1713 (RECM II, 114 citing LC 5/155, f. 128v).

Franks, Thomas Chaplain 30 Nov. 1720 (LC 3/63, p. 237). Vac. by 22 June 1721 (Ibid., p. 247).

Fraser (Frazier), Charles Third Child of the Kitchen 1 Apr. 1743 (LS 13/263, f. 94). Fifth Child of the Kitchen vac. 1 Oct. 1745 (Ibid., f. 103). Fourth Child of the Kitchen 1 Oct. 1745 (Ibid.). Third Child of the Kitchen 1 Jan. 1747 (Ibid., f. 106v). Second Child of the Kitchen 1 July 1747 (Ibid., f. 109). First Child of the Kitchen 1 Aug. 1748 (Ibid., f. 115). Seventh Groom of the Kitchen 1 Dec. 1748 (Ibid., f. 117v). Sixth Groom of the Kitchen 28 Mar. 1750 (LS 13/264, f. 6). Fifth Groom of the Kitchen 17 Nov. 1750 (Ibid., f. 8v). Third Groom of the Kitchen 22 Jan. 1753 (Ibid., f. 14v). Second Groom of the Kitchen 22 Jan. 1754 (Ibid., f. 19v). First Groom of the Kitchen 24 Dec. 1754 (Ibid., f. 23). Seventh Yeoman of the Kitchen 12 May 1757 (Ibid., f. 29). Sixth Yeoman of the Kitchen 28 Aug. 1759 (Ibid., f. 38v; LS 13/266, f. 7). Office abolished by Est. of 1 July 1761 (LS 13/265, f. 20v; LS 13/55).

Fraser, John Sixth Child of the Kitchen 13 Dec. 1718 (LS 13/261, f. 26). Fifth Child of the Kitchen 29 Sept. 1720 (Ibid., f. 31v). Fourth Child of the Kitchen 1 Aug. 1721 (Ibid., f. 34v). Third Child of the Kitchen 18 Mar. 1724 (Ibid., f. 40v). Second Child of the Kitchen 22 Jan. 1725 (Ibid., f. 43v). Third Groom of the Queen's Kitchen 1 July 1727 (LS 13/49, p. 31). D. by 1 Mar. 1728 (LS 13/263, f. 33v).

Freaker, Charles Helper in the Stables 11 Oct. 1820 (MOH 2/256; sl 5 Apr. 1828: MOH SB 1, p. 1). Postilion occ. Est. of 1830 (MOH LB F, p. 550). Helper in the Stables 5 Apr. 1831 (SB 1, p. 97). D. 1 Apr. 1844 (MOH SB 3, p. 43).

Freaker, (Fricker, Fraker), Henry Coachman [?9 Feb.] 1812 (LS 13/204, f. 85v; MOH LB F, p. 549; MOH 2/256 gives 12 May). D. 11 Nov. 1837 (MOH SB 1, p. 281).

Freckleton, Henry Gentleman Pensioner 2 Dec. 1706 (LC 5/166, p. 11 reversed). Pd. to 24 June 1719 (E 407/2/92). Vac. by 24 June 1719 (Ibid., no.93).

Freckleton, Samuell Chaplain in Extraordinary 11 July 1691 (LC 3/32, p. 51). No further occ.

Freckleton, Thomas, sen. Gentleman Pensioner pd. from 24 June 1690 (E 407/2/71). Vac. by 31 Mar. 1702 (LC 5/166, p. 13 reversed).

Freckleton, Thomas, jun. Gentleman Pensioner pd. from 25 Mar. 1696 to 25 Dec. 1703 (E 407/2/73-82). Last occ. 1705 (LC 5/154, f. 224v). Vac. by 1706 (Ibid., f. 225v).

Frederick, Edward Boscawen Standard Bearer of the Gentlemen Pensioners 6 Mar. 1790 (HO 38/4, p. 65). Vac. by 14 Oct. 1806 (HO 38/12, p. 39).

Freeland, John Postilion 20 Dec. 1727 (LS 13/201, f. 28). D. by 16 June 1744 (Ibid., f. 92v).

Freeman, --- Chaplain occ. 1691-1707 (Miege [1691] III, 163; LC 3/32, pp. 48, 49; LC 5/166, p. 105; last occ. Miege [1707] I, 403). Vac. by 1707 (Melbourne Hall MSS.; Chamberlayne [1708] II iii, 601-02). Prob. Samuel Freeman, d. 14 Oct. 1707 (AC I ii, 177).

Freeman, Henry Whipper In occ. Est. of 1830 (MOH LG F, p. 553; MOH WB 5, sub. F and 2/256 have 31 May 1835). Superannuated 1 Oct. 1851 (MOH SB 3, p. 295).

Freeman, John Gentleman Pensioner in Extraordinary 11 July 1660 (Badminton MSS Fm H 2/4/1, f. 61). Gentleman Pensioner 21 Nov. 1662 (Ibid., f. 22v). Pd. to 25 Mar. 1671 (E 407/1/50-56). Vac. by 25 Mar. 1671 (Ibid., no. 8).

Freeman, John Sewer of the Chamber 'in Ordinary without fee' 13 Aug. 1667 (LC 3/26, f. 122; cert. renewed 20 June 1672: LC 3/27, f. 10). No further occ.

Freeman, John Scourer of the Household Kitchen 30 Mar. 1689 (LS 13/10, f. 8v). D. by 1 Oct. 1690 (Ibid., f. 14v).

Freeman, John Messenger 7 Aug. 1689 (LC 3/32, p. 75; LC 5/166, p. 91). D. by 20 Sept. 1712 (Ibid., p. 293).

Freeman, John Gentleman of the Chapel Royal in Extraordinary 6 Dec. 1700 (Rimbault, p. 23). Joint Gentleman of the Chapel Royal 5 Sept. 1702 (Ibid., p. 24). Gentleman of the Chapel Royal 23 Dec. 1702 (Ibid., p. 24; LS 13/200, f. 24; LS 13/201, f. 14). D. 10 Dec. 1736 (BDECM, p. 441).

Freeman, Joseph Child of the Chapel Royal first occ. 1703 (Miege [1703]). No further occ.

Freeman, Julia Assistant Scourer of the Scullery at Carlton House (pd. from 6 Jan. 1822 to 4 Jan. 1830 (LS 2/48-56). Assistant Scourer of the Scullery pd. from 5 Jan. 1830 to 31 Mar. 1838 (LS 2/56). Vac. 1 Apr. 1838 (LS 2/64, f. 3).

Freeman, John Whipper In occ. 5 Apr. 1831 (MOH SB 1, p. 99). Superannuated 30 May 1835 (MOH SB 1, p. 203).

Fremantle, John Gentleman Usher Quarter Waiter 9 May 1760 (LC 3/66, p. 78; LC 3/67, p. 38). Vac. by 20 Apr. 1782 (LC 3/67, p. 135).

Fremantle, John Edward Gentleman Usher Quarter Waiter 20 Apr. 1782 (LC 3/67, p. 135). D. 21 Mar. 1805 (GM [1805] LXXV [1], 294).

Fremantle, William Henry (ktd. 31 Oct. 1827) Treasurer of the Household 27 May 1826 (LG [1826], p. 1253; ibid. [1830], p. 1619). Vac. 20 June 1837 on d. of William IV.

Fremin (Fermaine), Philip Groom of the Robes 18 Mar. 1689 (LC 3/31, p. 8). Vac. by 21 Apr. 1697 (LC 5/166, p. 1).

Fremyn (Fermyn), William Barber 16 Mar. 1689 (LC 3/3, f. 2). Vac. 8 Mar. 1702 on d. of William III.

French, John Porter to the Great Wardrobe 27 July 1676 (LC 3/61, f. 14v). Discharged by 20 Sept. 1676 (Ibid., f. 15).

French, Nathanial Musician for the Private Music 20 Nov. 1682 (RECM I, 202 citing LC 5/144, p. 308). Musician 31 Aug. 1685 (RECM II, 2 citing LC 5/146, p. 18). Vac. 11 Dec.1688 on abd. of James II.

French, Paul Gentleman Usher Quarter Waiter 20 June 1660 (LC 3/24, f. 8). Groom of the Privy Chamber 15 May 1672 (Ibid., f. 7). Surr. by 8 July 1676 (Ibid.).

French, William Preaching Chaplain at Whitehall occ. 16 July 1815-1820 (Wh Pbk 1). Vac. 1821 (Ibid.).

Frere, Thomas Postilion 13 June 1772 (LS 13/203, f. 81). Post Chaiseman 2 Oct. 1779 (Ibid., f. 112v). Chaiseman 20 Jan. 1784 (LS 13/204, f. 24). Coachman 7 Mar. 1792 (MOH WB 1, p. 141). D. by 20 Jan. 1806 (Ibid., p. 162).

Frescheville, Anne Charlotte (Frescheville) Lady Lady of the Bedchamber 12 May 1702 (LC 5/166, p. 72). Vac. 1 Aug. 1714 on d. of Anne.

Fretter, Thomas Groom of the Great Chamber in Extraordinary 26 May 1663 (LC 3/26, f. 136v). Groom of the Chamber 'in Ordinary without fee' 14 May 1669 (LC 3/26, f. 139). No further occ.

Friday, Charles Gentleman Harbinger of the Gentlemen Pensioners occ. 1767-1783 (RK [1767], p. 84; last occ. ibid. [1783], p. 85). Vac. by 1784 (Ibid. [1784], p. 98).

Friend, John Child of the Chapel Royal voice changed by 18 Oct. 1775 (LC 5/30).

Friend, John Lutenist of the Chapel Royal 8 Jan. 1774 (LS 13/203, f. 86). Gentleman of the Chapel Royal 9 Dec. 1777 (LC 3/67, p. 106). D. 25 Dec. 1798 (WAR, p. 461).

Friend, Robert Chaplain 5 Feb. 1712 (LC 5/166, p. 282). Vac. by 12 Jan. 1716 (LC 3/63, p. 128).

Friend, Samuel Waterman at Pension 4 Jan. 1754 (LC 3/65, p. 273; LC 3/58, f. 87v). D. by 28 Oct. 1762 (LC 3/58, f. 238).

Friend, William Chaplain 31 July 1742 (LC 3/65, p. 148; last occ. CCR [1760], p. 82). Prob. res. 1760 on app. as Dean of Canterbury (nom. 3 June, elected 12 June 1760: Fasti I, 34) or vac. 25 Oct. 1760 on d. of George II.

Froggatt, Thomas, sen. Yeoman of the Guard first occ. Est. of 5 Apr. 1755 (Chamberlayne [1755] II iii, 132; LC 3/58, f. 83). Vac. by 17 Sept. 1770 (Ibid., p. 397).

Froggatt, Thomas, jun. Yeoman of the Guard 1 Apr. 1762 (LC 3/58, p. 231). Pd. to 5 Jan. 1785 (AO 3/106/1-4). Vac. by 5 July 1789 (AO 3/106/5).

Frolling, Anthony Sixth Child of the Kitchen 18 June 1716 (LS 13/261, f. 16v). Fifth Child of the Kitchen 12 Dec. 1717 (Ibid., f. 23). Fourth Child of Kitchen 13 Dec. 1718 (Ibid., f. 25v). Third Child of the Kitchen 29 Sept. 1720 (Ibid., f. 31v). Second Child of the Kitchen 1 Aug. 1721 (Ibid., f. 34v). First Child of the Kitchen 18 Mar. 1724 (Ibid., f. 40). Fifth Groom of the Kitchen 22 Jan. 1725 (Ibid., f. 43v). Second Groom of the Queen's Kitchen 1 July 1727 (LS 13/263, f. 26v). Second Groom of the Kitchen vac. 16 June 1739 (Ibid., f. 77). First Groom of the Kitchen 16 June 1739 (Ibid.). Seventh Yeoman of the Kitchen 6 Oct. 1741 (Ibid., f. 86). Fifth Yeoman of the Kitchen vac. 1 Aug. 1748 (Ibid., f. 114v). Fourth Yeoman of the Kitchen 1 Aug. 1748 (Ibid.). Third Yeoman of the Kitchen 1 Dec. 1748 (Ibid., f. 117). Second Yeoman of the Kitchen 28 Mar. 1750 (LS 13/264, f. 5). First Yeoman of the Kitchen 22 Jan. 1753 (Ibid., f. 14). D. by 12 May 1757 (Ibid., f. 28).

Frolling, Christian Supernumerary Child of the Kitchen 2 Feb. 1690 (LS 13/256). Third Child of the Kitchen 11 Aug. 1690 (Ibid.). Second Child of the Queen's Kitchen 13 Dec. 1690 (Ibid.). Second Child of the Kitchen 4 Nov. 1691 (Ibid.). Vac. by 1 Oct. 1699 (LS 13/40). Third Groom of the Household Kitchen 14 July 1702 (LS 13/259, f. 16v). Second Groom of the Kitchen 23 Mar. 1708 (Ibid., f. 36v). D. by 29 Oct. 1712 (Ibid., f. 47v).

Frontine, Bernard Supernumerary Groom of the Confectionery 2 Aug. 1677 (LS 13/254, f. 18v). Prob. vac. 6 Feb. 1685 on d. of Charles II.

Frontine, James Groom of the Confectionery 1 Mar. 1670 (LS 13/252, f. 202v). Second Yeoman of the Confectionery 11 Dec. 1684 (LS 13/9, f. 7). Supernumerary Sergeant of the Cellar 4 Aug. 1684 (Ibid., f. 5). Vac. 6 Feb. 1685 on d. of Charles II. Supernumerary Yeoman of the Confectionery 1 Feb. 1686 (LS 13/10, f. 15). Yeoman of the Cellar and Keeper of Ice and Snow 16 Mar. 1689 (LS 13/256). Vac. 8 Mar. 1702 on d. of William III.
--Yeoman of the Mouth to the Queen in the Cellar 30 Sept. 1689 (LS 13/256). Vac. 28 Dec. 1694 on d. of Mary II.

Frossell (Frussell, Froswell), John Scourer of the Queen's Privy Kitchen 9 [?Dec.] 1680 (LS 13/9, f. 10). Scourer of the Household Kitchen 15 Apr. 1682 (LS 13/9, f. 9). Supernumerary Scourer of the Privy Kitchen Est. of 1 July 1685 (LS 13/38, f. 13). Scourer of the Queen's Privy Kitchen 1 July 1686 (LS 13/10, f. 8v). First Scourer of the Privy Kitchen 30 Mar. 1689 (LS 13/10, f. 7v). D. by 6 May 1693 (Ibid.).

Frost, Edward Child of the Chapel Royal d. by 1 Nov. 1684 (RECM I, 212 citing LC 5/145, p. 105).

Frost, Henry Gentleman of the Chapel Royal first occ. list of 23 Apr. 1661 (Rimbault, pp. 128, 129; LS 13/198, f. 22). D. 1 June 1696 (Rimbault, p. 21).

Frost, John Groom of the Stables 11 June 1748 (LS 13/201, f. 109). D. by 9 Oct. 1753 (LS 13/202, f. 11).

Frost, Richard Waterman c. 1695-1699 (LC 3/3, f. 22). D. by 20 Aug. 1701(LC 5/166, p. 63).

Frost, Robert First Porter at Somerset House 24 Sept. 1706 (to beg. 1 Apr. last) (LS 13/258, f. 49). D. by 10 July 1713 (Ibid., f. 51).

Frost, Thomas Postilion 15 June 1757 (LS 13/202, f. 23v; LS 13/203, f. 11). D. by 25 July 1798 (MOH WB 1, p. 151).

Frost, W. Messenger to the Lord Steward pd. from 24 Aug. 1832 to 1 May 1838 (LS 2/58, f. 1-64, f. 1). Vac. 2 May 1838 (LS 2/64, f. 1).

Froststick, William [?Second] Assistant Rider 21 Feb. 1799 (MOH WB 1, p. 69). Office abolished by Est. of 6 Apr. 1812 (EB 4).

Frowde, Charles Gentleman Pensioner pd. from 24 June 1741 to 25 Mar. 1743 (E 407/2/114-117). Vac. by 25 Mar. 1749 (Ibid., no. 118).

Frowde, Letitia Maid of Honour 4 June 1702 (LC 5/166, p. 73). D. by 27 July 1706 (Ibid., p. 189).

Fry, George Messenger first occ. 1691 (Miege [1691] III, 148; LC 3/5, f. 13; LC 3/63, p. 36). D. by 14 Aug. 1719 (LC 3/63, p. 209).

Fry (Frye), Henry Second Groom of the Bakehouse 16 Aug. 1660 (LS 13/7, f. 2; LS 13/8, f. 2; listed as supernumerary on Est. of 1 Oct. 1664: LS 13/34, f. 24). D. 9 July 1672 (Ibid.).

Fry, Hugh Groom of the Great Chamber in Ordinary [?w/o fee] 18 Feb. 1867 (LC 3/30, p. 26). No further occ.

Fry, Robert Porter of the Coal Yard pd. from 15 Feb. 1822 to 26 Mar. 1834 (LS 2/48-60, f. 3). Vac. 27 Mar. 1834 (LS 2/60, f. 3).

Fry (Frye), Thomas Yeoman of the Guard occ. list of 1 Oct. 1684-Est. of c. 1685-88 (A General and Compleat List, p. 2; last occ. LC 3/30, f. 71v). Vac. by 1694 (Chamberlayne [1694] II, 251-52).

Fry (Frye), William Porter of the Coal Yard 27 Jan. 1779 (LS 13/203, f. 123v). D. by 3 Mar. 1808 (LS 13/204, f. 124v).

Frye, Thomas Messenger 8 Nov. 1689 (LC 3/32, p. 75). Surr. by 1691 (Ibid.; Miege [1691], pp. 147-48).

Fryer (Furyer), William Yeoman of the Guard first occ. 1748 [Yeoman Bedgoer first occ. 5 Apr. 1755 (Chamberlayne [1748] II iii, 135; ibid. [1755] II iii, 132; LC 3/58, f. 82v, p. 387). D. by 18 Oct. 1768 (Ibid., p. 387).

Fryth (Frith) Ralph [Supernumerary] Waterman 14 May 1690 (LC 3/32, f. 93). Waterman 20 May 1697 (LC 5/166, p. 2). D. by 3 June 1704 (Ibid., p. 166).

Fryth (Ffryth), Robert Waterman [1660] (LC 3/2, f. 31). Vac. by 5 Jan. 1671 (LC 3/25, f. 73).

Fulham, --- Chaplain in Waiting n.d. temp. Charles II (LC 3/24, f. 14). Vac. n.d. temp. Charles II ?on app. of [?Edward] Fulham 'his sonne' (LC 3/24, f. 14; LC 7/1, f. 54v; cf. AO I, 538).

Fulham, Edward Chaplian in Ordinary 6 Dec. 1672 (LC 3/27, f. 30v). Chaplain in Waiting occ. 1674-1687 (Chamberlayne [1674], p. 188; LC 3/24, f. 14; LC 3/56, p. 46; last occ. Chamberlayne [1687], p. 157). D. 6 Feb. 1688(AO I, 538; LC 3/30, f. 37v, vacated; however, LC 3/29, f. 29 gives res. to Mr. Squibb).

Fulham, Edward Chaplain in Ordinary 30 June 1676 (LC 3/28, f. 23). No further occ.

Fulham, John Chaplain Feb. 1771 (GM [1771] XLI, 96). D. 14 Nov. 1772 (Ibid. [1772] XLII, 543).

Fulker, Stephen Postilion 'to Richard Pitches, Coachman' 3 Dec. 1774 (MOH WB 1, p. 123). D. by 12 Mar. 1790 (Ibid., p. 138).

Fuller, --- Chaplain in Extraordinary [1660] (LC 3/26, f. 127). No further occ. (Acc. AC I ii, 185, Thomas Fuller Chaplain 1660-15 Aug. 1661. D. 15 Aug. 1661).

Fuller, James Yeoman of the Guard first occ. 18 Jan. 1783 (RA 1681 GEO ADD 17/79). Pd. from 5 Jan. 1784 to 5 July 1795 (AO 3/106/1-16). Vac. by 5 Apr. 1796 (Ibid., no. 17).

Fuller, Robert Groom of the Chamber 'in Ordinary without fee' 4 June 1669 (LC 3/26, f. 139v). No further occ.

Fuller, Samuel Chaplain in Ordinary 24 Feb. 1677 (LC 3/28, f. 23). Chaplain in Waiting first occ. 1679-4 Mar. 1700 (Chamberlayne [1679], p. 166; LC 3/24, f. 14; LC 3/56, p. 51; LC 3/57, f. 30v). D. 4 Mar. 1700 (AC I ii, 185; LC 5/166, p. 39).

Fuller, Thomas Chaplain in Ordinary 15 Feb. 1675 (LC 3/28, f. 23). No further occ.

Fuller, Thomas Stablekeeper at Newmarket 14 Jan. 1792 (MOH WB 1, p. 141). D. 12 Dec. 1837 (MOH SB 1, p. 281).

Fuller, William Second Groom Porter at Gate 1 Feb. 1715 (LS 13/261, f. 7v). D. by 29 Sept. 1720 (Ibid., f. 32).

Fuller, William Porter to the Board of Greencloth 1 Jan. 1773 (LS 13/203, f. 120v). Dismissed 5 Apr. 1786 (LS 13/117, p. 100).

Fulthrop, Edward Groom of the Hunting and Padd Stable occ. Est. of 12 Mar. 1669-Est. of early 1685 (Dartmouth MSS ox D [w] 1778/v/132). Vac. 6 Feb. 1685 on d. of Charles II.

Furnace, William Groom of the Great Chamber [?in Extraordinary] vac. 10 Dec. 1660 (LC 3/2, f. 19). Groom of the Great Chamber 10 Dec. 1660 (LC 3/24 f. 11). D. by 22 Dec. 1684 (Ibid.).

Furnis (Furnace), Walter Groom Sadler occ. Est. of 28 Mar. 1682-Est. of 31 Mar.1685 (Dartmouth MSS ox D [w] 1778/v/132). Vac. 11 Dec. 1688 on abd. of James II.

Furnis, Charles Esquire Sadler Est. of 31 Mar. 1685 (Dartmouth MSS ox D [w] 1778/v/132). Vac. 11 Dec. 1688 on abd. of James II.

Furnis, Francis Fourth Yeoman of the Cellar 3 July 1702 (LS 13/259, f. 3v). Third Yeoman of the Cellar 1 Mar. 1714 (Ibid., f. 56). Second Yeoman of the Cellar 1 Feb. 1715 (LS 13/261, f. 3v). First Yeoman of the Cellar 24 Jan. 1719 (Ibid., f. 26v, app. prob. coinciding with that of Henry Allen as Second Groom of Cellar; LS 13/263 f. 10v). D. by 23 Feb. 1730 (LS 13/263, f. 44).

Furrall, John Footman occ. Est. of 12 Mar. 1669 (Dartmouth MSS ox D [w] 1778/v/132). Vac. by Est. of 28 Mar. 1682 (Ibid.).

Futtor, John Marshal of the Hall in Extraordinary 3 Apr. 1672 (LS 13/252, f. 180v). Did not succeed to office.