Index of officers
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'Index of officers: Ma', Office-Holders in Modern Britain: Volume 11 (revised): Court Officers, 1660-1837 (2006), pp. 1237-1266. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=43957 Date accessed: 19 April 2014. Add to my bookshelf


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Maboy (Meboy; Mebey), John Helper in the Stables 21 Dec. 1761 (LS 13/203, f. 28v). Rem. ('put upon pension') by 2 Apr. 1774 (Ibid., f. 86v).

Maccallow (Mackaloo, Maskaloo), Walter First Breadbearer 2 May 1667 (LS 13/9, f. 5; LS 13/38, f. 11v; LS 13/10, f. 5). D. by 4 Dec. 1697 (LS 13/10, f. 5).

Macclesfield, Charles (Gerard) 1st Earl of see Gerard, Lord

Macclesfield, George (Parker) 4th Earl of see Parker, Viscount

Macdougall, Andrew Sewer of the Chamber (in ord w/o fee) cert. renewed 21 Dec. 1672 (LC 3/27, f. 10). No further occ.

Macevoy (McEvoy), Thomas Messenger of the Stables [Avery] 11 Feb. 1802 (LS 13/204, f. 63v; LB F, p. 552; 2/256). D. 30 Mar. 1836 (MOH SB 1, p. 223).

Macey, William Groom of the Stables 28 Aug. 1743 (LS 13/201, f. 89v; see also f. 90v, dated 3 Dec. 1743). Prob. vac. 25 Oct. 1760 on d. of George II.

Macfarlane, John Clerk Comptroller of the Kitchen 26 June 1830 (LS 2/56). Pd. to 19 Nov. 1832 (LS 2/58).

MacGregor, Charles, jun. Messenger of the Stables [Avery] Est. of 29 Nov. 1760 (MOH WB 1, p. 17; ?reap. 23 Dec. 1780: LS 13/204, f. 23). Vac. bef. 11 Feb. 1802 when John Carkes was replaced from this position (Ibid., f. 63v).

MacGregor, Elizabeth Office Keeper of the Stables 29 Nov. 1760 (MOH WB 1, p. 17). D. by 6 Feb. 1784 (Ibid., p. 133).

Macham (?Maclean), Thomas Trumpeter pd. from 5 Apr. 1771 (AO 1/423/210). Vac. (prom.) by Feb. 1780 (LC 3/67, p. 116).

Machells, Thomas Chaplain in Ordinary 27 June 1679 (LC 3/28, f. 24). No further occ.

Mackay, Ann Necessary Woman to the Board of Greencloth 26 May 1802 (LS 13/204, f. 121). Last occ. 1839 (RK [1839], p. 123). Vac. by 1840 (Ibid. [1840], p. 123).

Mackay (Mackey), John Yeoman of the Guard 17 May 1765 [Yeoman Hanger 10 Feb. 1771] (LC 3/58, p. 366). D. by 6 Jan. 1792 (AO 3/106/8).

Mackay, William Watchman of the Stables 6 Jan 1811 (MOH WB 1, p. 166). Vac. by 6 Apr. 1812 (EB 4, p. 9).

Mackell, Thomas Locksmith and Bell Hanger 20 Apr. 1812 (LC 3/68, p. 132). No further occ.

Mackell, James Locksmith 5 Apr. 1820 (LC 3/69, p. 6). No further occ.

Mackender, Henry Undermarshal 2 May 1764 (LS 13/203, f. 38). Res. 28 Jan. 1779 (Ibid., f. 105).

Mackenzie, Francis Page of Honour 23 Jan. 1768 (MOH WB 1, p. 56). Discharged 7 Nov. 1782 (MOH PB 1, pp. 160-1, 164).

Mackenzie, Hugh Apprentice of the Privy Kitchen prom by 14 Jan. 1730 (LS 13/263, f. 130v, reversed). Fourth Child of the Household Kitchen 1 Jan. 1730 (LS 13/263, f. 43). Third Child of the Household Kitchen 5 Jan. 1732 (Ibid., f. 50). Second Child of the Household Kitchen 1 Jan. 1734 (Ibid., f. 55v). First Child of the Household Kitchen 1 Sept. 1735 (Ibid., f. 65). Third Groom of the Household Kitchen 8 June 1739 (Ibid., f. 76). Second Groom of the Household Kitchen 16 July 1739 (Ibid., f. 78). D. by 1 Jan. 1740 (Ibid., f. 80v).

Mackenzie, William Footman 17 Oct. 1785 (LS 13/204, f. 29). Vac. by 27 Jan. 1802 ('on account of Illness retires on a Pension') (Ibid., f. 63v).

Mackerone, John Second Yeoman of the Buttery 16 Aug. 1660 (LS 13/7, f. 4; listed as supernumerary on Est. of 1 Oct. 1664: LS 13/34, f. 24v). D. July 1668 (LS 13/8, f. 3A).

Mackey, John Groom of the Chamber 'in Ordinary without fee' 25 Dec. 1669 (LC 3/26, f. 139v). No further occ.

Mackie, John Third Under Clerk of the Kitchen 15 Jan. 1774 (LS 13/266, f. 87). Groom of the Cellar 6 Feb. 1779 (Ibid., f. 102). Yeoman of the Cellar 26 Dec. 1787 (LS 13/267, f. 13). Office redundant 19 Feb. 1812 (LS 13/69, p. 58). Pd. to 25 Dec. 1816 (LS 2/42).

Macklaughlan, James Footman 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.

Mackleroy, Adam Yeoman Sadler 29 Sept. 1714 (LS 13/200, f. 26). D. by 25 Feb. 1720 (Ibid., f. 49v).

Macklesfield, Ralph Yeoman or Groom of the Carriages occ. Est. of 28 Mar. 1682 (Dartmouth MSS ox D [w] 1778/v/132). Yeoman of the Wagons occ. Est. of early 1685 (Ibid.). Vac. 6 Feb. 1685 on d. of Charles II.

Macklow, Edward Third Child of the Kitchen 13 Oct. 1772 (LS 13/266, f. 83). D. by 11 Oct. 1775 (Ibid., f. 93v).

Maclean, Thomas Messenger 19 Jan. 1780 (LC 3/67, p. 115; last occ. RK [1795], p. 90). Place abolished by 1796 (RK [1796], pp. 89-90).

MacMichael, William Librarian at Carlton House 17 Feb. 1830 (LC 3/69, p. 145; LC 3/70, p. 9). D. by 1 Apr. 1839 (LC 3/71, p. 117).
--Physician in Extraordinary to the Person 24 July 1830 (LC 3/69, p. 167). Physician to the Person 11 May 1831 (LC 3/70, p. 36). Vac. 20 June 1837 on d. of William IV.

Macneil, Hector Archibald Gentleman Pensioner Dec. 1833 (Curling, p. 276). Res. by May 1836 (Ibid., p. 277).

Macocordall (Macorcadill), James Footman occ. Est. of 28 Mar. 1682-Est. of early 1685 (Dartmouth MSS ox D [w] 1778/v/132). Vac. 6 Feb. 1685 on d. of Charles II.

Macqueen, Catherine Necessary Woman (to the German Chancery) pd. from 5 Jan. 1789 to 5 Jan. 1793 (AO 1/428/6-430/10). Necessary Woman (to the King's Bedchamber, Little Drawing Room, Great Drawing Room, Council Chamber, etc., St. James's) 5 Aug. 1792 (LS 13/204, f. 43v). D. by 18 June 1817 (LC 3/68, p. 180).

Macret, Daniel Groom of the Robes 21 Sept. 1715 (LC 3/63, p. 118; LC 3/64, p. 118). D. by 8 Nov. 1750 (LC 3/65, p. 242).

Macro, Ralph Chaplain 3 Oct. 1727 (LC 3/64, p. 108). Buried 19 Oct. 1728 (Ibid., p. 167; AC I iii, 124).

Macswiney (Macswing), Owen Storekeeper of the Stables 3 Dec. 1743 (LS 13/201, f. 90v). D. by 8 Oct. 1754 (LS 13/202, f. 15v).

Madan, James Yeoman of the Robes 10 Apr. 1732 (LC 3/64, p. 240). Office abolished 14 Nov. 1782 (LS 13/117, pp. 72, 73).

Madan, Spencer Chaplain 12 Dec. 1760 (LC 3/67, p. 23). Last occ. 1788 (RK [1788], p. 92). Vac. by 1789 (Ibid. [1789], pp. 92-94).

Madan, Spencer Chaplain 1788 (AC II iv, 287). First occ. 1789 (RK [1789], p. 93; reapp. 24 July 1830: LC 3/70 f. 11). Res. by 6 Dec. 1831 (LC 3/70, p. 62).

Maddison, George Gentleman Pensioner 17 Apr. 1713 (LC 5/166, p. 9 reversed; LC 3/63, pp. 103, 157). Last occ. 1753 (CCR [1753], p. 95). Vac. by 1755 (Chamberlayne [1755] II iii, 128).

Maddockes, Charles Deputy Secretary to the Lord Chamberlain prob. app. 1734 on d. of John Evans (acc. JCS). Occ. 1736-1756 (Chamberlayne [1736] II, 194; CCR [1756], p. 75). Gentleman Usher Quarter Waiter 6 Feb. 1746 (LC 3/65, p. 194). D. by 6 Nov. 1756 (LC 3/66, p. 25; Prob 11/826, f. 304).

Maddocks, Charles Messenger 10 July 1765 (LC 3/58, p. 368). D. by 9 Sept. 1780 (LC 3/67, p. 120).

Maddocks (Maddox), Matthew Messenger in Extraordinary 30 Mar. 1752 (LC 3/65, p. 258). Messenger 15 May 1754 (Ibid., p. 279; LC 3/67, p. 39). Surr. by 10 July 1765 (LC 3/67, p. 368).

Maddy, John Chaplain 1803 (LC 3/68, p. 79; LC 3/70, p. 11). D. 17 June 1853 (AC II iv, 289).

Madge (Madg), Humphrey Musician for the Private Music (violin) 16 June [1660] (LC 3/2, f. 21).
--Musician for the Wind Instruments (flute and cornet) 6 Dec. 1660 (RECM V, 26 citing C 66/2943 no. 38).

D. by 22 Dec. 1679 (RECM I, 187 citing LC 5/143, p. 432).

Madjwick, Henry Footman 18 May 1796 (LS 13/204, f. 52v). Superannuated c. 8 Apr. 1816 (MOH LB C, p. 298).

Madox (Maddox, Maddoxe), Philip Messenger 28 Feb. 1668 (LC 7/1, f. 64v; LC 3/30, f. 62; LC 3/32, p. 74). Surr. by 2 Mar. 1700 (LC 5/166, p. 36).

Madox, Richard Sergeant at Arms 10 Feb. 1683 (LC 3/24, f. 10). Vac. 6 Feb. 1685 on d. of Charles II.

Madox, Thomas Historiographer 9 July 1714 (LC 5/166, p. 313; LC 3/63, p. 42). D. 13 Jan. 1727 (DNB XXXV, 305).

Madox, Tristram Maries Gentleman Pensioner pd. from 10 Oct. 1775 to 5 July 1801 (E 407/2/131B-160). Vac. by 5 July 1801 (Ibid., no. 161).

Magdaggett, Andrew Sewer of the Chamber in Extraordinary 2 Dec. 1662 (LC 3/26, f. 120, vacated).

Magenis, Arthur Yeoman Tailor and Portitior of the Great Wardrobe 29 June 1672 (LC 3/27, f. 86v). ?Ev. vac. 6 Feb. 1685 on d. of Charles II.

Mahoon, Joseph Harpsichord Maker 24 June 1729 (LC 3/64, p. 193). Last occ. 1755 (Chamberlayne [1755], II iii, 111).

Main, Fletcher Gentleman Pensioner occ. 1763-1800 (CCR [1763], p. 94; last occ. RK [1800], p. 109). Pd. to 5 July 1800 (E 407/2/156). Vac. by 5 July 1800 (Ibid., no. 157).

Main, John Joint Instrument Maker 15 Apr. 1799 (LC 3/68, p. 51). No further occ.

Mainwaring, Edward Second Groom of the Larder 1 Oct. 1660 (LS 13/7, f. 8v). Vac. by 16 Nov. 1661 (Ibid.).

Mainwaring, Edward Gentleman Usher Quarter Waiter 5 Feb. 1765 (LS 13/203, f. 40). Res. by 4 Apr. 1783 (LC 3/67, p. 149).

Mainwaring, Henry Stud Groom 22 July 1813 (MOH LB C, p. 118). Vac. by Est. of 1830 (MOH LB F, pp. 552-53).
--Coachman 6 Apr. 1819 (MOH 2/256; SB 1, p. 96). D. (as Body Coachman) 12 Nov. 1843 (MOH SB 3, p. 25).

Majeau, John Reader of the French Chapel first occ. Est. of 1714 (LS 13/44, f. 21). Vac. (prom.) 28 Dec. 1724 (LS 13/200, f. 69v).

Majendie (Naziende), J. J. Preacher of the French Chapel 27 Nov. 1782 (NCB, p. 80) D. by 16 Aug.1783 (LS 13/204, f. 17; NCB, p. 80).

Majendie, Henry William Chaplain 22 Apr. 1783 (LC 3/67, p. 151). Res. by 23 Apr. 1800 on app. as Bishop of Chester (LC 3/68, p. 59; nom. 23 May, cons. 15 June 1800: HBC, p. 238).
--Deputy Clerk of the Closet occ. 1794-1800 (RK [1794], p. 92; last occ. ibid. [1800], p. 103). Vac. by 1801 (Ibid. [1801], p. 113). Prob. res. 1800 on app. as Bishop of Chester (nom. 23 May, cons. 15 June 1800: Fasti III, 262).

Major, Henry Messenger in Extraordinary 22 Feb. 1755 (LC 3/65, p. 287). Messenger 18 Aug. 1755 (Ibid., p. 293; LC 3/67, p. 39). D. by 18 Dec. 1770 (LC 3/58, p. 397).

Major, Joseph Haydon Waterman 15 Mar. 1811 (LC 3/68, p. 126). No further occ.

Major, Robert Waterman d. by 25 Jan. 1819 (LC 3/68, p. 189).

Major, Thomas [?Joint] Chief Engraver of the Seals occ. 1759-1800 (CCR [1759], p. 80; last occ. RK [1800], p. 102). Vac. by 1801 (RK [1801], p. 112).

Major, Tibby Page of the Robes 9 Nov. 1757 (LC 3/66, p. 38). Occ. 1758-1771 (CCR [1758], p. 77; last occ. RK [1771], p. 73). Vac. by 1772 (Ibid. [1772], p. 73).

Major, William Messenger 8 Nov. 1779 (LC 3/67, p. 114; last occ. RK [1795], p. 90). Place abolished by 1796 (RK [1796], pp. 89-90).

Malachine (?Malathme), John Page of the Laundry 23 Aug. 1660 (LS 13/7, f. 6, vacated) Pos. vac. c. 9 Oct. 1661 (Ibid.).

Malbourne (Malthorne), William Servitor in Hall [?1] Sept. 1661 (LS 13/7, f. 14). Supernumerary Daily Waiter in Hall Est. of 1 Oct. 1664 (LS 13/34, f. 27; LS 13/8, f. 14 lists him as being in ordinary). Servitor in Hall Est. of 1 Oct. 1668 (LS 13/35, f. 27). Vac. by Est. of 30 June 1674 (LS 13/36).

Malcolm, James Drummer (to Coldstream Guards) 4 July 1775 (LC 3/67, p. 78). Discharged by 28 June 1780 (Ibid., p. 118).

Maldon, Joseph Chaplain in Ordinary 1 May 1671 (LC 3/26, f. 33). No further occ.

Maley, Alphons Gentleman Waiter 10 Apr. 1662 (LC 7/1, f. 37v). Vac. by 3 May 1664 (LC 3/24, f. 8v).

Malin, Mark Coroner of the Verge 12 July 1802 (LS 13/267, f. 41). Res. by 27 Jan. 1808 (Ibid., f. 54).

Malivoice, James Groom of the Great Chamber in Ordinary [?w/o fee] 25 apr. 1683 (LC 3/28, f. 62v). No further occ.

Mallett, William Helper in the Stables 11 July 1836 (MOH WB 5, sub. M). Superannuated 1 Feb. 1859 (MOH SB 3A, p, 97).

Malliet (Malliot), John Clerk of the Robes 13 Apr. 1738 (LC 3/65, p. 75). Vac. by 1787 on app. of H. Rowland (RK [1787], p. 89).
--Brusher to the Robes 28 Jan. 1745 (LC 3/65, p. 180). Groom of the Robes 29 Sept. 1752 (LC 3/65, p. 261). Last occ. 1786 (RK [1786], p. 89).

Mallinson (Mallison), William [Third] Groom Porter at Gate 10 Mar. 1809 (LS 13/267, f. 57v). Second Groom Porter at Gate 21 May 1809 (Ibid., f. 58). Vac. 19 Feb. 1812 on transfer to Windsor establishment (LS 13/184, p. 253). First Porter at Windsor pd. from 27 July 1821 to 5 July 1830 (LS 2/47-56, f. 2). Gentleman (Second Groom) Porter [at Gate] pd. from 5 July 1830 to 5 Nov. 1836 (LS 2/56-61, f. 3). Vac. 6 Nov. 1836 (LS 2/61, f. 3).

Mallory, John Messenger in Extraordinary 28 Feb. 1665 (LC 3/26, f. 131). No further occ.

Malme, George Kettle-drummer occ. 8 Mar. 1770-17 Jan. 1779 (LC 5/30, p. 15; last occ. LC 5/30). No further occ.

Malott (Malliott), Thomas Messenger to the Lord Chief Justice in Eyre 18 May 1689 (LC 3/32, p. 79 ). Vac. by 19 Feb. 1694 (LC 3/31, p. 76).

Malpas, George (Cholmondeley) styled Lord Master of the Robes 16 May 1727 (SP 44/363, pp. 37-8). Vac. 11 June 1727 on d. of George I.

Malthus, Daniel Apothecary to the Person 22 July 1704 (LC 5/166, p. 167; LC 3/63 p. 40). Surr. by 26 June 1716 (LC 3/63 p. 141).

Man, James Groom of the Great Chamber in Extraordinary 15 Dec. 1662 (LC 3/26, f. 136). No further occ.

Man (Mann), John [Sixth] Conduit of the Bakehouse 23 Mar. 1661 (LS 13/7, f. 2). Supernumerary Conduit of the Bakehouse Est. of 1 Oct. 1664 (LS 13/34, f. 24; LS 13/35, f. 19). Vac. by 19 Aug. 1670 (LS 13/252, f. 198).

Man, Miles Sewer of the Chamber 'in Ordinary without fee' 29 Jan. 1667 (LC 3/26, f. 122, vacated; cert. renewed 1 June 1673: LC 3/27, f. 10v). No further occ.

Man, Thomas Gentleman Sewer 10 June 1660 (LC 3/24, f. 9). D. 21 Jan. 1677 (Ibid.; WAR, p. 190 n. 6).

Man, William Under Housekeeper at Whitehall 29 Mar. 1670 (LC 3/24, f. 12v). Vac. by 24 Apr. 1678 (LC 7/1, f. 49).

Manby, William [Third] Groom Porter at Gate 3 Jan. 1761 (LS 13/266, ff. 15v, 31). Second Groom Porter at Gate 9 Aug. 1763 (Ibid., f. 48; LS 2/1). First Groom Porter at Gate 21 June 1765 (LS 13/266, f. 47v). [Fourth] Yeoman Porter at Gate 27 Jan. 1768 (Ibid., f. 54). Third Yeoman Porter at Gate 29 Mar. 1768 (Ibid., f. 55). Second Yeoman Porter at Gate 8 Jan. 1777 (Ibid., f. 98). D. by 8 Oct. 1778 (Ibid., f. 101v).

Mance, Henry Turnbroach of the Kitchen 22 Jan. 1806 (LS 13/204, f. 123v). Res. 6 Aug. 1808 (Ibid., ff. 125, 136).

Manche, Charles 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).

Manchester, Charles (Montagu) 1st Duke of see Manchester, 4th Earl of

Manchester, Charles (Montagu) 4th Earl of (cr. Duke of Manchester 28 Apr. 1719) Captain of the Yeomen of the Guard 9 Apr. 1689 (CSPD 1689-90, p. 56). Vac. by 18 Jan. 1702 (CSPD 1700-02, p. 492; LC 5/166, p. 74: app. of Marquess of Hartington). Gentleman of the Bedchamber 16 Oct. 1714 (LC 3/63, p. 12). D. 20 Jan. 1722.

Manchester, Edward (Montagu) 2nd Earl of Lord Chamberlain 1 June 1660 (LC 3/24, f. 2). D. 5 May 1671.

Manchester, George (Montagu) 4th Duke of Gentleman of the Bedchamber 2 Dec. 1762 (T 52/54, p. 160). Pd. to 5 Jan. 1770 (T 53/51 pp. 278, 417). Lord Chamberlain 7 Apr. 1782 (LC 3/67, pp. 134, 138; HO 38/1, p. 79). Vac. by 9 Apr. 1783 (HO 38/1. p. 334: app. of Earl of Hertford).

Manchester, Robert (Montagu) 3rd Earl of see Mandeville, Viscount

Manchester, Robert (Montagu) 3rd Duke of Gentleman of the Bedchamber 7 Dec. 1739 (LC 3/65, p. 103). Vac. 25 Oct. 1760 on d. of George II.

Manchester, William (Montagu) 2nd Duke of Gentleman of the Bedchamber 31 Jan. 1722 (LC 3/63, p. 263; LC 3/64, p. 119). Pd. to 24 June 1737 (T 53/39, p. 136). Captain of the Yeomen of the Guard 9 Oct. 1737 (SP 44/366, p. 421). D. 21 Oct. 1739.

Manderry, Thomas Waterman at Pension 6 Feb. 1728 (LC 3/64, p. 150). D. by 12 Jan. 1740 (LC 3/65, p. 104).

Mandeville, John Chaplain 1690 (AC I iii, 124). First occ. c. 1691 (LC 3/57, f. 30v; LC 5/166, p. 133; LC 3/63, p. 124). Surr. by 1 Apr. 1724 (LC 3/63, p. 302).

Mandeville, Robert (Montagu) styled Viscount (succ. as 3rd Earl of Manchester 7 May 1671) Gentleman of the Bedchamber 13 Feb. 1666 (LC 3/24, f. 2). D. 14 Mar. 1683.

Mandy, Henry Yeoman of the Guard occ. 18 Jan. 1783-18 Jan. 1808 (RA 1681 GEO ADD 17/79; AO 3/106/1; last occ. (RA 1681 GEO ADD 17/79). No further occ.

Manisty, Sprig Gentleman Pensioner Oct. 1731 (GM [1731] I, 450). No further occ.

Manley, Cornelius Child Rider occ. Est. of 12 Mar. 1669 (Dartmouth MSS ox D [w]) 1778/v/132). Vac. 30 June 1674 (LS 13/197, f. 23v).

Manley, John Clerk of the Poultry 16 Aug. 1660 (LS 13/252, f. 1). Clerk of the Kitchen (to Queen) 27 Nov. 1661 (Ibid., f. 54). Supernumerary Clerk of the Kitchen Est. of 1 Oct. 1664 (LS 13/34, f. 25; LS 13/35, f. 19v; LS 13/36, f. 19v; LS 13/37, f. 15). Third Clerk of the Kitchen 25 Feb. 1681 (LS 13/253, f. 87v). Vac. 6 Feb. 1685 on d. of Charles II. Supernumerary Clerk of the Kitchen 29 Jan. 1686 (LS 13/255, f. 8v). Second Clerk of the Kitchen 12 July 1686 (Ibid., f. 17). Rem. by 12 Nov. 1688 (Ibid., f. 38v 'for deafness & other infirmities by Reason of his Age').

Manley, Robert Clerk of the Avery 26 Mar. 1689 (LS 13/198, f. 31). Vac. 8 Mar. 1702 on d. of William III.
--Clerk of the Cheque of the Gentlemen Pensioners 21 Mar. 1689 (CSPD 1689-90, p. 3). Vac. by 9 Feb. 1712 (SP 44/357, p. 194).

Manlove, Nathaniel Gentleman Pensioner pd. from 25 Mar. to 29 Sept. 1744 (E 407/2/119-120). Last occ. 1745 (Chamberlayne [1745] II, 224). Vac. by 25 Dec. 1746 (E 407/2/121).

Manly, Robert Sewer of the Chamber 'in Ordinary without fee' 28 July 1662 (LC 3/26, f. 122, 'dead'). No further occ.

Mann, Edward Groom of the Great Chamber 11 Apr. 1758 (LC 3/66, p. 46). Surr. by 12 Jan. 1759 (Ibid., p. 56).

Mann, Edward Messenger 21 Dec. 1758 (LC 3/66, p. 54; LC 3/67, p. 39). Superannuated by Apr. 1784 (LC 3/67, p. 164).

Mann (Man), George Page of Bedchamber 14 May 1685 (CSPD 1685, p. 152 [666]). Vac. 11 Dec. 1688 on abd. of James II.
--Housekeeper and Keeper of the Standing Wardrobe at Newmarket 7 Dec. 1685 (LC 3/30, f. 35v). Prob. vac. 11 Dec. 1688 on abd. of James II.

Mann, Isaac Sergeant at Arms to the City of London 19 May 1726 (LC 3/64, p. 24). D. 9 May 1727 (Ibid., p. 44; HRC [1727] XII, 18).

Mann, James Fifth Child of the Kitchen 24 Mar. 1800 (LS 13/267, f. 36v). Fourth Child of the Kitchen 23 Feb. 1801 (Ibid., f. 39). Third Child of the Kitchen 3 Dec. 1804 (Ibid., f. 46). Second Child of the Kitchen 6 Feb. 1806 (Ibid., f. 49). First Child of the Kitchen 6 Apr. 1806 (Ibid., f. 50). Fourth Groom of the Kitchen 19 Aug. 1806 (Ibid., f. 51). Third Groom of the Kitchen 10 Dec. 1807 (Ibid., f. 53v). Second Groom of the Kitchen 2 Aug. 1810 (Ibid., f. 60v). First Groom of the Kitchen 24 Dec. 1810 (Ibid., f. 64). Vac. 19 Feb. 1812 on transfer to Windsor establishment (LS 13/184, p. 252).

Mann, John Chairman 9 Dec. 1727 (LS 13/201, f. 21). D. by 19 Sept. 1729 (Ibid., f. 41v).

Mann, John Gentleman Pensioner occ. 1792-1797 (RK [1792], p. 98; last occ. ibid. [1797], p. 98). Pd. to 5 July 1796 (E 407/2/146). Vac. by 5 July 1797 (Ibid., no. 147).

Mann, Nicholas Keeper of the Standing Wardrobe at Windsor 27 Oct. 1719 (LC 3/63, p. 212; LC 3/64, p. 77). D. by 4 Feb. 1754 (LC 3/65, p. 274).

Mann, Robert Woolen Draper 8 Dec. 1714 (LC 3/63, p. 26). No further occ.

Mann, William Sergeant at Arms to the City of London 21 Aug. 1672 (LC 3/24 f. 10). D. 30 Apr. 1705 (Monumenta Anglicana 1700-15, p. 100; LC 5/166, p. 183).

Manne, Thomas 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.

Manners, Edward Clerk of the Spicery 17 Dec. 1760 (LS 13/265, f. 6v). Rem. by 1 July 1761 (Ibid. f. 17).

Manners, John Page of Honour 24 Dec. 1761 (LS 13/203, f. 29v). Vac. by 2 Dec. 1768 (MOH WB 1, p. 57).

Manners, John Housekeeper at Whitehall 25 May 1756 (LC 3/66, p. 8; LC 3/58, p. 112). Office abolished 14 Nov. 1782 when the Housekeeper of the Cockpit assumed the title Housekeeper at Whitehall (LS 13/117, f. 71v).

Manners, Peter Postilion to the Master of the Horse 10 Jan. 1761 (LS 13/203, f. 19v). No further occ.

Manners, Robert Equerry 19 Mar. 1783 (MOH WB 1, p. 63). Chief Equerry and Clerk Martial 6 Jan. 1801 (Ibid., p. 70; MOH WB 2, p. 167). Vac. 19 Feb. 1812 on app. as Chief Equerry and Clerk Martial at Windsor (T 38/526 p. 2).

Manners, Lord William Gentleman of the Bedchamber 24 July 1727 (LC 3/64, p. 48). Surr. 22 May 1738 (T 53/39, p. 380).

Manners Sutton, Lord Robert Master of the Staghounds 26 Apr. 1744 (CTBP 1742-5, p. 647; T 52/52, pp. 125-7). D. 19 Nov. 1762 (HP 1715-54 II, 242). Master of the Harriers 11 Apr. 1754 (T 52/46, pp. 409-10). Revoked 13 Jan. 1756 (T 52/47, p. 275).

Manning, Frederick J. Coroner of the Verge 23 Sept. 1834 (LS 2/60). Last occ. 1853 (RK [1853], p. 151). Vac. by 1854 (Ibid. [1854], p. 151).

Manning, John Groom of the Chamber 'in Ordinary without fee' 8 Dec. 1670 (LC 3/26, f. 140; cert. renewed 9 Dec. 1671: LC 3/27, f. 15). No further occ.

Manning, Robert Clerk of the Pastry 20 Mar. 1689 (LS 13/257, p. 20). Clerk of the Scullery 1 May 1690 (Ibid., p. 53). Clerk of the Bakehouse 8 Sept. 1691 (Ibid., p. 84; LS 13/10 f. 4). Vac. 8 Mar. 1702 on d. of William III.

Manning, Robert Yeoman of the Carriages 28 Dec. 1689 (LS 13/198, f. 28v; LS 13/199, f. 14v). Sergeant of the Carriages 29 Sept. 1714 (LS 13/200, f. 14; LS 13/201, f. 31v). D. by 24 Sept. 1736 (LS 13/201, f. 61v).

Manning, Robert Yeoman of the Guard occ. 1691 (Hennell, p. 258). Vac. by 1694 (Chamberlayne [1694] II, 251-52).

Manning, Robert Yeoman of the Guard occ. 1696-1710 (Hennell, p. 286; last occ. Chamberlayne [1710] II iii, 551). Vac. by 1716 (Chamberlayne [1716] II iii, 573-74).

Manning, Robert Yeoman of the Guard occ. 1718-1729 (Miege [1718] I, 361; excused from duty by 1726: Chamberlayne [1726] II iii, 126; last occ. ibid. [1729] II iii, 190). Vac. by 1735 (Ibid. [1735] II iii, 110-11).

Manning, Thomas Gentleman Pensioner 12 May 1682 (Badminton MSS Fm H 2/4/1, f. 27; ibid., f. 29v). Vac. by 27 July 1688 (Ibid., f. 31).

Manninge, Edward Sewer of the Chamber [?in ord w/o fee] 11 Jan. 1673 (LC 3/27, f. 13). No further occ.

Manningham, Coote Extra Equerry 31 July 1799 (MOH WB 2, p. 149). Equerry 6 Jan. 1801 (Ibid., pp. 70, 170). D. 26 Aug. 1809 (GM [1809] LXXIX [2], 889).

Manningham, Thomas Chaplain in Ordinary 26 May 1684 (LC 3/28, f. 25). Chaplain by 1688 (LC 3/30, f. 37; LC 3/32, p. 47; LC 3/5, f. 10). Prob. res. 1709 on app. as Bishop of Chichester (nom. 12 Oct., cons. 13 Nov. 1709: HBC, p. 240).

Mannock, Thomas Woolen Draper 27 Mar. 1686 (LC 3/30, f. 25). Last occ. 1687 (Chamberlayne [1687], p. 169). Ev. vac. 11 Dec. 1688 on abd. of James II.

Mannors, James Messenger 8 Aug. 1689 (LC 3/32, p. 75). Res. by 2 July 1692 (LC 3/57, f. 41v).

Mansell, Charles Messenger 9 Sept. 1678 (LC 7/1, f. 65v). Surr. by 30 Apr. 1684 (LC 3/28, f. 68v).

Mansell, Thomas (Mansell) 1st Lord see Mansell, Thomas

Mansell, Thomas (succ. as 5th Bart. 17 Nov. 1706; cr. Lord Mansell 1 Jan. 1712) Comptroller of the Household 28 Apr. 1704 (LS 13/258, f. 31v). Vac. (rem.) by 24 Apr. 1708 (Ibid., f. 65). Comptroller of the Household 11 June 1711 (Ibid., f. 90v). Vac. by 19 July 1712 (Ibid., f. 97v).

Manselli, Simon Yeoman Keeper of Ice and Snow 6 Feb. 1665 (LS 13/252, f. 129v, to beg. 25 Dec. 1662; LS 13/9, f. 5A). D. by 23 Jan. 1677 (LS 13/254, f. 15v).

Mansfield, Henry (Cavendish) styled Viscount (styled Earl of Ogle 16 Mar. 1665; succ. as 2nd Duke of Newcastle 25 Dec. 1676) Master of the Robes 5 June 1660 (LC 3/24, f. 21). Vac. by 9 May 1662 (CSPD 1661-2, p. 367).
--Gentleman of the Bedchamber Apr. 1661 (LC 3/24, f. 2; however, LC 3/25, f. 7 gives 'at Portsmouth ye day his Matie was married' [i.e., 21 May 1662]). Vac. 6 Feb. 1685 on d. of Charles II.

Manship, Joseph Musician 5 July 1689 (RECM II, 26 citing LC 5/149, p. 176). Prob. rem. pursuant to order of 2 May 1690 (CTB IX, 609-10; Holman, p. 431. See BDECM, p. 760 for evidence that he may have died at about this time).

Mansill, Francis Sewer of the Chamber 'in Ordinary without fee' 14 Mar. 1667 (LC 3/26, f. 122). No further occ.

Manton (Mauton), Thomas Chaplain in Ordinary [1660] (LC 3/2, f. 17; LC 3/26, f. 32). Chaplain in Waiting occ. Est. of 1661 (Add. MSS. 36,781, f. 11). Vac. by Est. of 1663 (BIHR XIX [1942], p. 17 [acc. AO I, 968, ejected as rector of St. Paul's, Covent Garden for nonconformity on St. Bartholemew's Day, 1662]).

Manwaring, Joseph Gentleman Pensioner occ. 1773-1799 (RK [1773], p. 85; last occ. ibid. [1799], p. 101). Pd. to 5 Mar. 1799 (E 407/2/152). Vac. by 5 July 1799 (Ibid., no. 153).

Manwaring, Thomas Messenger to the Exchequer 21 June 1689 (LC 3/32, p. 79; last occ. Miege [1702] III, 86). ?Vac. 8 Mar. 1702 on d. of William III.

Mapletoft, Edmund Preaching Chaplain at Whitehall occ. 19 Oct. 1777-1784 (Wh Pbk 1). Vac. 1785 (Ibid.).

Mapletoft, William Gentleman Pensioner pd. from 10 Oct. 1795 to 5 Apr. 1808 (E 407/2/145-183). Vac. by 5 Apr. 1808 (Ibid., no. 184).

March, Francis Groom of the Chamber 'in Ordinary without fee' 9 Aug. 1670 (LC 3/26, f. 140). No further occ.

March, George (later ktd.) Esquire of the Body 4 June 1660 (LC 3/24, f. 9). D. by 25 Nov. 1673 (Ibid.).

March (Marsh), Miles Gentleman Pensioner 10 June 1674 (Badminton MSS Fm H 2/4/1, f. 24v). Vac. by 29 Sept. 1676 (Ibid., f. 25v). Gentleman Pensioner in Extraordinary 26 Feb. 1681 (Ibid., f. 66). Gentleman Pensioner 8 Jan. 1684 (Ibid., f. 28; ibid., f. 30). D. by 16 Dec. 1686 (Ibid., f. 30v; Chamberlayne [1687], p. 189).

March, Richard Gentleman Usher Daily Waiter June 1660 (LC 3/24, f. 7). D. by 9 Mar. 1672 (Ibid.).

March, Thomas Charles Third Assistant Clerk to the Lord Chamberlain 19 Nov. 1835 (LC 3/70, p. 156). Second Assistant Clerk to the Lord Chamberlain 10 Jan. 1837 (Ibid., p. 184).

March, William (Douglas) 3rd Earl of (succ. as 4th Duke of Queensberry 22 Oct. 1778) Gentleman of the Bedchamber 27 Nov. 1760 (LC 3/67, p. 7). Pd. to 11 Mar. 1789 (T 53/59 p. 437).

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

Marchant, James Helper in the Stables 2 Apr. 1774 (LS 13/203, f. 86v). Rem. ('put upon a Pension') 29 Dec. 1790 (MOH WB 1, p. 140).

Marchant, Nathanial [Joint] Engraver of the Seals occ. 1801-1816 (RK [1801], p. 112; last occ. ibid. [1816], p. 131). Vac. by 1817 (Ibid. [1817], p. 131).

Marhn, Thomas Stud Groom occ. Est. of 1830 (MOH LB F, p. 553). Office abolished by Est. of 5 Apr. 1831 (MOH EB 1D, no. 2).

Mariens (Mario), Francis Musician (flute) 31 Aug. 1685 (RECM II, 3 citing LC 5/146, p. 18; see BDECM, 766 for evidence of service under Charles II). Vac. 11 Dec. 1688 on abd. of James II.

Maris, Benjamin Messenger 16 June 1693 (LC 3/32, p. 76). Discharged 4 Aug. 1697 (LC 5/166, p. 3).

Maris (Marise; Morris), Charles Messenger 1 Oct. 1690 (LC 3/32, p. 76). Vac. 8 Mar. 1702 on d. of William III.

Mariscoe (Marrisco, Meriscoe, Merriscoe, Moresco), Peter Messenger 25 Oct. 1690 (LC 3/32, p. 76; LC 5/166, p. 91). D. by 23 May 1710 (Ibid., p. 244).

Marishal, John Gentleman Pensioner occ. 1768-1772 (RK [1768], p. 84; last occ. ibid. [1772], p. 84). Vac. by 1773 (Ibid. [1773], p. 85).

Mark, Isaac Sewer of the Chamber 24 Sept. 1766 (LS 13/203, f. 50). Office abolished 14 Nov. 1782 (LS 13/117, pp. 72, 73).

Mark, William Groom of the Stables occ. 10 July 1816 (LS 2/42). No further occ.

Markby, W. H. Preaching Chaplain at Whitehall occ. 3 Sept. 1815-1820 (Wh Pbk 1). Vac. 1821 (Ibid.).

Markham, Robert Chaplain 24 Oct. 1779 (LC 3/67, p. 114). D. 24 Sept. 1786 (LC 3/67 p. 185; GM [1786] LVI [2], 815).

Markham, William (Bishop of Chester 1771, trans. to Archbishopric of York 1777) Chaplain 10 June 1756 (LC 3/66, p. 10; LC 3/67, p. 23). Last occ. 1768 (RK [1768], p. 78). Vac. by 1769 (Ibid. [1769], pp. 78-79). Pos. res. 1765 on app. as Dean of Rochester; or 1767 on app. as Dean of Christ Church, Oxford (DNB XXXVI, 174). Lord Almoner 21 Jan. 1777 (C 66/3763, gt. of deodands). D. 3 Nov. 1807 (DNB XXXVI, 174),

Marks, Morris Helper in the Stables [?9 Feb.] 1812 (LS 13/204, f. 85v). Vac. by Est. of 1830 (MOH LB F, p. 550).

Marlborough, Charles (Spencer) 3rd Duke of Gentleman of the Bedchamber 11 Aug. 1738 (LC 3/65, p. 80). Surr. by 17 Dec. 1743 (Ibid., p. 163). Lord Steward 7 June 1749 (T 52/44, p. 592; LG no. 8857). Vac. 5 Jan. 1755 (T 52/47, p. 170; LG no. 9441).

Marlborough, George (Spencer) 4th Duke of Lord Chamberlain 24 Nov. 1762 (CHOP 1760-5, p. 216). Vac. by 26 Apr. 1763 (LS 13/203 f. 34).

Marlborough, John (Churchill) 1st Earl of see Churchill, Lord

Marlborough, Sarah (Churchill) Duchess of see Marlborough, Countess of

Marlborough, Sarah (Churchill) Countess (from 14 Dec. 1702 Duchess) of Groom of the Stole 12 May 1702 (LC 5/166, p. 72). Rem. by 24 Jan. 1711 (Ibid., pp. 261-2).
--Mistress of the Robes and Keeper of the Privy Purse 19 June 1702 (Ibid., p. 76). Vac. by 24 Jan. 1711 (Ibid., pp. 261-2).

Marley, Edward Trumpeter occ. c. 1759 (LS 13/29, f. 16v). Last occ. 17 Jan. 1779 (LC 5/30). Vac. by Est. of 1782 (Shelburne MSS. 125, p. 181).

Marlow (Marslow, Marlord), Thomas (William) Messenger in Extraordinary [1660] (LC 3/26, f. 131). Messenger 13 Apr. 1667 (LC 7/1, f. 64v; LC 3/25, f. 89, 128; LC 3/30, f. 62). ?Vac. 11 Dec. 1688 on abd. of James II.

Marr see La Marr

Marrable, Thomas Second Under Clerk of the Kitchen 19 Feb. 1812 (LS 13/267, f. 67v).-Deputy Comptroller and Secretary to the Board of Green Cloth 5 Jan. 1830 (LS 2/56; from 1832 Secretary: LS 2/58, p. 1). Pd. to 19 Mar. 1850 (LS 2/97, p. 1). Vac. 20 March 1850 (Ibid.).

Marriell, Robert Gentleman Usher Quarter Waiter in Extraordinary 19 Jan. 1666 (LC 3/26, f. 112; cert renewed 'in Ordinary' 6 Mar. 1680: LC 3/28, f. 11). No further occ.

Marriot, Anne Housekeeper at Windsor Castle 28 Apr. 1724 (LC 3/7, f. 9v; LC 3/63, p. 338; LC 3/64, p. 68). D. by 1 Jan. 1751 (LC 3/65, p. 246).

Marriott, Alexander Gentleman Usher Quarter Waiter 3 Mar. 1692 (LC 3/31, p. 30). Vac. 8 Mar. 1702 on d. of William III.

Marriott, Charles Third Groom of the Larder 1 July 1723 (LS 13/261, f. 38; LS 13/263, f. 32). Second Groom of the Larder 2 Feb. 1730 (LS 13/263, f. 44v). First Groom of the Larder 4 Aug. 1733 (Ibid., f. 53v). D. by 10 Oct. 1740 (Ibid., f. 81v).

Marriott, Francis Cushion Man to the Roman Catholic Chapel Royal occ. Est. of 20 Mar. 1688 (LS 13/255, f. 31). Vac. 11 Dec. 1688 on abd. of James II.

Marriott, James Keeper of the Privy Lodgings and Standing Wardrobe at Hampton Court 29 Dec. 1664 (LC 3/24, f. 13v; LC 3/30, f. 34v; LC 3/32, p. 39; LC 5/166, p. 103). Surr. by 20 June 1707 (LC 5/166, p. 200).

Marriott, Randolph Preaching Chaplain at Whitehall occ. 19 Apr. 1730-1731 (Wh Pbk 1). Vac. 1732 (Ibid.).

Marriott, Randolph Chaplain 7 Sept. 1747 (LC 3/65, p. 213; LC 3/67, p. 24). Last occ. 1764 (CCR [1764], p. 83). Vac. by 1765 [1765], pp. 82-83).

Marriott, Richard Keeper of the Privy Lodgings and Standing Wardrobe at Hampton Court 9 Nov. 1660 (LC 3/24, f. 13v). D. by 29 Dec. 1664 (Ibid.).

Marriott, Richard Groom of the Chamber 'in Ordinary without fee' 19 Dec. 1665 (LC 3/26, f. 138). No further occ.

Marriott, Richard Keeper of the Standing Wardrobe at Hampton Court 20 June 1707 (LC 5/166, p. 200; LC 3/63, p. 57). D. by 13 Oct. 1721 (LC 3/63, p. 254; LC 3/7, f. 10v).

Marriott, Solomon Undermarshal 11 May 1788 (LS 13/204, f. 35v). Surr. by 14 July 1804 (Ibid., f. 35v).

Marriott, Thomas Chaplain first occ. 1765 (CCR [1765], p. 83). D. 16 Sept. 1781 (LC 3/67, p. 128; GM [1781] LI, 443).

Marryott, Isaac Messenger to the Auditor for Berkshire and Oxfordshire 25 May 1672 (LC 3/26, f. 132). No further occ.

Marsh, --- Chaplain in Waiting occ. Est. of 1661 (Add. MSS. 36,781, f. 11). Vac. by Est. of 1663 (BIHR XIX [1942], p. 17). [Pos. Richard Marsh, Chaplain to Charles I, d. 13 Oct. 1663: AO I, 973].

Marsh, Alphonso, sen. Musician for the Private Music 20 June 1660 (BDECM, p. 768; RECM I, 7 citing LC 5/137, pp. 244-45).
--Gentleman of the Chapel Royal first occ. list of 23 Apr. 1661 (Rimbault, p. 128).

D. 9 Apr. 1681 (Ibid., p. 17; New Grove XI, 706; RECM I, 197 citing LC 5/144, p. 162; but cf. BDECM, p. 769).

Marsh, Alphonso, jun. Gentleman of the Chapel Royal 25 Apr. 1676 (Rimbault, pp. 16, 129; LS 13/198, f. 21v). D. 5 Apr. 1692 (Rimbault, p. 19).
--Musician (vocalist) 20 July 1689 (RECM II, 27 citing LC 5/149, pp. 189-90). Prob. rem. by order of 2 May 1690 (CTB IX, 609-10; Holman, p. 431; however, cf. BDECM, p. 769 which has him continue in the Vocal Music until his d.).

Marsh, Charles Trumpeter 17 Sept. 1715 (LC 3/63, p. 117; LC 3/64, p. 75). Vac. by 14 Nov. 1745 (LC 3/65, p. 191).

Marsh, Daniel Yeoman of the Guard occ. Est. of 20 Aug. 1667 (Hernnel, p. 258). Vac. by Est. of c. 1673-78 (LC 3/24, f. 27).

Marsh, Francis Footman 27 Jan. 1736 (LS 13/201, f. 59v; NB: evidently not sworn until 8 Dec. 1740: ibid., f. 75v). Vac. by 20 Jan. 1741 (Ibid., f. 76v).

Marsh, John Carman 13 Aug. 1784 (LS 13/267, f,. 8). No further occ.

Marsh, Richard Trumpeter 13 Dec. 1679 (RECM I, 187 citing LC 5/143, p. 419; LC 3/56, p. 41; LC 32, p. 69). Surr. by 5 Jan. 1700 (RECM II, 66 citing LC 5/153, pp. 30-31; but cf. BDECM, p. 770 which gives a d. date of spring 1692).

Marsh, Thomas Sewer of the Chamber 'in Ordinary without fee' 4 Apr. 1669 (LC 3/26, f. 122v). No further occ.

Marsh, William Carman 8 Jan. 1770 (LS 13/266, f. 67). Prob. vac. 13 Aug. 1784 on app. of John Marsh (LS 13/267, f. 8).

Marshall, Charles Postilion to the Master of the Horse 4 June 1761 (LS 13/203, f. 23v). No further occ.

Marshall, Hugh Yeoman of the Guard occ. 1726-26 Jan. 1749 (Chamberlayne [1726] II iii, 125; last occ. 26 Jan. 1749: RA 1681 GEO ADD 17/79). Vac. by Est. of 5 Apr. 1755 (Ibid. [1755] II iii, 131-32).

Marshall, James Yeoman of the Guard occ 1696-1729 (Hennell, p. 286; last occ. ibid. [1729] II iii, 189). Vac. by 1735 (Ibid. [1735] II iii, 110-11).

Marshall, James Yeoman of the Guard pd. from 5 Jan. 1811 to 5 Jan. 1812 (AO 3/106/60-63). No further occ.

Marshall, John Sewer 'in Ordinary' (w/o fee) 22 Feb. 1669 (LC 3/26, f. 114v; cert. renewed 13 May 1672: LC 3/27, f. 20). No further occ.

Marshall, John Gentleman Usher Quarter Waiter 20 Mar. 1687 (LC 3/30 p. 21). Surr. by 3 Dec. 1687 (Ibid.).

Marshall, John, [sen.] Groom Farrier 1 Apr. 1695 (LS 13/198, f. 50v). D. by 1 Jan. 1696 (Ibid., f. 53v).

Marshall, John, [jun.] Groom Farrier 1 Jan. 1696 (LS 13/198, f. 53v). Vac. 8 Mar. 1702 on d. of William III.

Marshall, Joseph Yeoman of the Guard pd. from 3 May 1803 to 5 Jan. 1812 (AO 3/106/36-63). No further occ.

Marshall, Michael (Mitchell) Child of the Chapel Royal first occ. 1700 (Chamberlayne [1700] III, 484). Voice changed by 30 Apr. 1701 (RECM II, 69 citing LC 5/153, p. 69).

Marshall, Nathaniel Chaplain Mar. 1715 (HRC [1714 16] I ii, 49; LC 3/64, p. 108). D. 4 Feb. 1730 (Ibid., p. 209; HRC [1730] XV, 16).

Marshall, Peter Footman [to the Master of the Horse] 16 Mar.1738 (LS 13/201, f. 70). Footman 12 Nov. 1744 (Ibid., f. 93v; LS 13/203, f. 12). D. by 7 Mar. 1777 (Ibid., f. 97).

Marshall, Phillip Groom Litterman [Chairman] 28 June 1700 (LS 13/198, f. 69). Vac. 8 Mar. 1702 on d. of William III. Chairman 8 Apr. 1705 (LS 13/199, f. 45). Vac. 1 Aug. 1714 on d. of Anne.

Marshall, Ralph Sergeant at Arms to the Treasury 29 Mar. 1689 (LC 3/32, p. 34). Vac. by 30 Apr. 1689 (Ibid.).

Marshall, Richard Master of the Stud 1 Nov. 1708 (LS 13/199, f. 64 vacated ['put upon an other Establishmt.']; NB: sworn in 27 Nov. 1710; LS 13/200, f. 20). D. 19 Mar. 1728 (HRC [1728] XIII, 18).

Marshall (Maskall), Robert Helper with the Chaise Horses [in the Stables] occ. 1704-c. 9 Oct. 1713 (Chamberlayne [1704], p. 533). D. by 9 Oct. 1713 upon award of a pension of £18 p.a. to his widow, Jane Marshall (LS 13/258, f. 105v).

Marshall, Robert Waterman 9 Oct. 1766 (LC 3/58, p. 376). D. by 2 Aug. 1798 (LC 3/68, p. 47).

Marshall, Telemachus Yeoman of the Guard pd. from 5 July 1789 to 5 Jan. 1812 (AO 3/106/1-63). No further occ.

Marshall, Thomas Groom of the Kitchen 22 Aug. 1660 (LS 13/7 f. 7v). First Yeoman of the Kitchen 4 Sept. 1674 (LS 13/254 f. 8). Master Cook of the Household Kitchen 12 Nov. 1681 (LS 13/253 f. 91v). Vac. 6 Feb. 1685 on d. of Charles II. Supernumerary Master Cook of the Household Kitchen 1 Feb. 1686 (LS 13/10, f. 15). Vac. 11 Dec. 1688 on abd. of James II.

Marshall, Thomas Chaplain in Ordinary 1 Nov. 1681 (LC 3/28, f. 24v). Chaplain in Waiting first occ. 1684 (Chamberlayne [1684], p. 172; LC 3/24, f. 14; LC 3/30, f. 38). D. 19 Apr. 1685 (AO I, 975).

Marshall, Thomas, [?sen.] Preaching Chaplain at Whitehall occ. 1707-1715 (Chamberlayne [1707] III, 533; last occ. Miege [1715] I, 440). Vac. by 1716 (Chamberlayne [1716] II iii, 553).

Marshall, [?Thomas], jun. Preaching Chaplain at Whitehall occ. 1715 (Miege [1715] I, 440). Vac. by 1716 (Chamberlayne [1716] II iii, 553).

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

Marshall, William[Third] Groom Porter at Gate 22 Apr. 1685 (LS 13/9, f. 15v). Vac. 11 Dec. 1688 on abd. of James II.

Marshall, William Yeoman Sadler 20 Nov. 1789 (MOH WB 1, p. 250). Last occ. 1805 (RK [1805], p. 220). ?Prob. vac. by Est. of 6 Apr. 1812 when office abolished (EB 4).

Marshall, William Yeoman of the Guard occ. June 1807-5 Apr. 1811 (RA 1681 GEO ADD; last occ. AO 3/106/60). Vac. 5 Apr. 1811 (AO 3/106/61).

Marshall, William Jeweler to the Prince Regent 6 June 1817 (LC 3/68, p. 180). Jeweler 20 Oct. 1820 (LC 3/69, p. 17). Last occ. 1835 (RK [1835], p. 120). Vac. by 1836 (Ibid. [1836], p. 121).

Marsham, Ferdinando Esquire of he Body 4 June 1660 (LC 3/24, f. 9). D. by 6 Dec. 1681 (Ibid; LS 13/197, f. 77).

Marson (Manson), Edward Organ Blower 21 Dec. 1818 (LS 13/204, f. 101v). D. by 19 Dec. 1844 (NCB, p. 64).

Marson, John Groom of the Great Chamber 17 Nov. 1750 (LC 3/65, p. 244; LC 3/67, p. 34). Vac. by 8 Jan. 1761 (LC 3/67, p. 52).

Marten, Edmund Chaplain 11 Dec. 1746 (LC 3/65, p. 206). Surr. by 7 Sept. 1747 (Ibid., p. 213).

Marter (Martyr), Robert Messenger 7 Sept. 1715 (LC 3/63, p. 113; LC 3/64, p. 58). D. by 23 Feb. 1747 (LC 3/65, p. 207).

Martin, --- Chaplain in Waiting occ. Est. of 1661 (Add. MSS. 36,781, f. 11). Vac. by Est. of 1663 (BIHR XIX [1942], p. 17 [?Pos. Edward Martin, d. 28 Apr. 1662: AC I iii, 150]).

Martindee, --- Drum-major (to First Reg. of Footguards) discharged by 21 Oct. 1801 on app. of William White (LC 3/68, p. 69; ?pos. George Mortimer, below).

Martin, Augustin Chaplain in Extraordinary 7 [Apr. 1663] (LC 3/26, f. 127v). No further occ.

Martin (Martyn), Edward Page of the Presence Chamber 18 June 1660 (LC 3/24, f. 11). Vac. (made supernumerary at pension) 14 May 1663 (LC 3/25, f. 26).

Martin, George Waterman d. by 25 Mar. 1801 (LC 3/68, p. 63).

Martin, Henry see Martine, S.

Martin, Henry Gentleman Pensioner Oct. 1825 (Curling, p. 273). Res. 1838 (Ibid.).

Martin, Jane Kitchen Maid pd. from 5 Jan. 1826 to 7 Sept. 1830 (LS 2/52-56). Vac. 8 Sept. 1830 (LS 2/56).

Martin, alias Cox, John Foothuntsman Est. beg. 25 Mar. 1689 (LS 13/257). No further occ.

Martin, John Keeper of the Lions in the Tower 7 Nov. 1727 (LC 3/64, p. 129). D. by 8 Nov. 1739 (LC 3/65, p. 101).

Martin, John Tailcartaker 25 Aug. 1733 (LS 13/263, f. 52v). Prob. vac. 25 Oct. 1760 on d. of George II.

Martin, John Bellringer 10 Oct. 1737 (Rimbault, p. 149). Chapel Keeper at Whitehall 30 Mar. 1743 (Ibid., p. 149). D. by 16 July 1772 (LS 13/203, f. 80v).

Martin, John Helper in the Stables 22 Dec. 1760 (LS 13/203, f. 11v). D. by 11 Apr. 1770 (Ibid., f. 67v).

Martin, John Keeper of the Greens Office at Carlton House (from 1830 Keeper of the Greens Office) pd from 10 Oct. 1822 to 31 Mar. 1848 (LS 2/48-89). Vac. 1 Apr. 1848 (LS 2/90, f. 3).

Martin, Jonathan Child of the Chapel Royal occ. 1726-1729 (Chamberlayne [1726] II iii, 227; last occ. ibid. [1729] II iii, 254). Voice changed by 6 Mar. 1730 (LC 5/18, p. 156).

Martin, Jonathan Organist of the Chapel Royal 21 June 1736 (Rimbault, p. 51). D. 4 Apr. 1737 (WAR, p. 348 n. 4).

Martin, Joseph Undermarshal 20 Sept. 1721 (LS 13/200, f. 58v). D. by 24 Jan. 1726 (Ibid., f. 70v).

Martin, Mary Kitchen Maid at Carlton House pd. from 10 Oct. 1815 to 5 Apr. 1822 (LS 2/41-48). Vac. 6 Apr. 1822 (LS 2/48).

Martin, Newland Second Groom Cartaker 14 Nov. 1743 (LS 13/263, f. 94v). First Groom Cartaker 1 July 1747 (Ibid., f. 107v). Second Yeoman Cartaker 29 Jan. 1752 (LS 13/264, f. 11: conjectural app. based upon his replacement as First Groom by Jonathan Hanbury). First Yeoman Cartaker 10 Dec. 1754 (Ibid., f. 22). Rem. by 15 Dec. 1760 (LS 13/266, f. 16).

Martin, Richard [Third] Groom Porter at Gate 26 Aug. 1780 (LS 13/266, f. 109). Second Groom Porter at Gate 4 Mar. 1781 (Ibid., f. 111v). First Groom Porter at Gate 22 Dec. 1784 (LS 13/267, f. 8v). Fourth Yeoman Porter at Gate 17 Apr. 1793 (Ibid., f. 25v). Third Yeoman Porter at Gate 19 Oct. 1795 (Ibid., f. 31). D. by 22 Aug. 1808 (Ibid., f. 56).

Martin, Richard First Under Porter at Gate 26 Feb. 1816 (LS 13/267, f. 78). Pd. to 31 Dec. 1850 (LS 2/101). Vac. 1 Jan. 1851 (LS 2/102, f. 7).

Martin, Thomas Groom of the Queen's Kitchen 22 Aug. 1660 (LS 13/7 f. 8). Vac. by 30 June 1663 (LS 13/32).

Martin (Martyn), Thomas Supernumerary Turnbroach of the [Privy] Kitchen Est. of 1 Oct. 1664 (LS 13/34, f. 27v; LS 13/35, f. 20v; LS 13/36, f. 20v; LS 13/37, f. 15v). Vac. 6 Feb. 1685 on d. of Charles II.

Martin, Thomas Groom of the Great Chamber 3 May 1708 (LC 5/166, p. 216; LC 3/63, p. 44; LC 3/64, p. 64). D. by 7 Nov. 1739 (LC 3/65, p. 102; ibid., p. 100 gives 31 Aug. 1739).

Martin, Thomas Groom of the Stables 16 May 1824 (MOH 2/256; SB 1, p. 97; sl 1835-36: MOH 2/256). Pensioned 1 Apr. 1838 (LS 2/64, p. 35).

Martin, W. Messenger to the Clerk of the Kitchen's Office pd. from 22 Feb. 1828 to 5 Apr. 1830 (LS 2/54-56). Vac. by 5 Apr. 1830 (LS 2/56, f. 4).

Martin (Martyn), Walter Groom of the Great Chamber 24 May 1699 (LC 5/166, pp. 19, 84). D. by 3 May 1708 (Ibid., p. 216).

Martin, Walter Rat-killer 14 Aug. 1707 (LC 5/166, p. 205). D. by 28 Apr. 1714 (Ibid., p. 307).

Martin, William Cleaner of the Cisterns 11 Feb. 1775 (LS 13/203, f. 121). Office abolished c. 2 Nov. 1782 (LS 13/180, ff. 104v, 144).

Martin, William Office Porter to the Lord Chamberlain 6 Jan. 1803 (LC 3/68, p. 83). Pd. to 5 Jan. 1807 (AO 1/435/25).

Martin, William Messenger to the Board of Greencloth pd. from 5 Apr. 1830 (LS 2/56). Last occ. 1858 (RK [1858], p. 152). Office deleted by 1859 (Ibid. [1859], p. 152).

Martine (Mortimer), Bryand Barber to the Household [?1661] (LS 13/7, f. 17v). Rem. by 27 [?Nov.] 1673 (LS 13/8, f. 15; MS. Carte 160, f. 68).

Martine, Sydney (?Henry) Servitor in Hall 29 Sept. 1660 (LS 13/7, f. 15). [If Henry] d. 15 Jan. 1663 (LS 13/8, f. 14).

Martine, Thomas Daily Waiter in Hall 18 May 1671 (LS 13/252, f. 189). Servitor in Hall occ. Est. of 30 June 1674 (LS 13/36, f. 29v). Supernumerary [Daily Waiter] in Hall Est. of 1 July 1685 (LS 13/38, f. 14; LS 13/39, p. 29). Vac. by Est. of 1 Oct. 1699 (LS 13/40, p. 27).

Martini, Christopher Reader of Common Prayer in German occ. 1718-1723 (Miege [1718],I, 351; last occ. ibid. [1723] I, 56). Vac. by Est. of 1727 (LS 13/49, p. 48).

Martini (Martin), Johann C. Chaplain of the Lutheran Chapel occ. 1723-1727 (Chamberlayne [1723], II iii, 560; last occ. ibid. [1727] II iii, 196). Vac. by Est. of 1727 (LS 13/49, p. 48).

Martins, William (ktd. 19 Feb. 1840) Third Assistant Clerk to the Lord Chamberlain 22 Jan. 1806 (LC 3/68, p. 97). Second Assistant Clerk to the Lord Chamberlain 24 Apr. 1807 (Ibid., p. 103). Second Clerk to the Lord Chamberlain 13 Feb. 1816 (Ibid., p. 175). Chief Clerk to the Lord Chamberlain 6 Jan. 1823 (LC 3/69, p. 56; LC 3/70, p. 2). Comptroller of the Accounts and Superintendent of the Duties of the Lord Chamberlain's Department 10 Jan. 1837 (LC 3/70, p. 180). Res. by 28 Feb. 1851: LC 3/71, p. 376).
--Clerk of the Cheque to the Messengers 13 Feb. 1816 (LC 3/68, p. 175; LC 3/70, p. 3). Last occ. 1837 (RK [1837], p. 120). ?Position eliminated 1837 (Ibid. [1838], p. 20).
--Gentleman Usher Quarter Waiter 11 Mar. 1829 (LC 3/69, p. 140; LC 3/70, p. 4). Gentleman Usher Daily Waiter 10 Jan. 1837 (LC 3/70, p. 181). D. 5 June 1874 (LC 5/238, p. 222; MEB II, 777).

Martyn, Clement Gentleman Pensioner 28 June 1660 (Badminton MSS Fm H2/4/1, f. 21). Gentleman Pensioner in Extraordinary 19 Aug. 1663 (Ibid., f. 64). D. n.d. temp. Charles II (Ibid.). [Deleted "Vac. 19 Aug. 1663"]

Mary, Pierre Yeoman of the Confectionery 5 July 1827 (LS 2/53). Pd. to 3 Feb. 1838 (LS 2/64, p. 2). Vac. 4 Feb. 1838 (Ibid.).

Maryborough, William (Wellesley Pole) 1st Lord Master of the Buckhounds 22 Aug. 1823 (HO 38/23, pp. 291-2). Res. 22 Nov. 1830 (MOH SB 1, p. 86).

Mascal, Thomas Child of the Chapel Royal occ. 1700 (Chamberlayne [1700] III, 484). Vac. by 1702 (Ibid. [1702] III, 500).

Mascall, Humphrey Groom of the Chamber 'in Ordinary without fee' 20 Jan. 1670 (LC 3/26, f. 139v). No further occ.

Mash, Ann Housekeeper at the Cockpit 4 Feb. 1798 (LC 3/68, p. 61). D. by 14 Apr. 1810 (Ibid., p. 123).

Mash, Henry Thomas Baucutt Third Assistant Clerk to the Lord Chamberlain 13 Feb. 1816 (LC 3/68, p. 176). Second Assistant Clerk to the Lord Chamberlain 24 May 1819 (Ibid., p. 193). Inspector of Accounts to Lord Chamberlain 6 Jan. 1823 (LC 3/69, p. 56).
--Gentleman Usher of Privy Chamber 25 Aug. 1821 (Ibid., f. 34). Assistant Master and Marshal of Ceremonies 21 Mar. 1823 (Ibid. p. 51).

D. by 4 May 1825 (Ibid., p. 80).

Mash, Maria Anne Housekeeper at the Cockpit 14 Apr. 1810 (LC 3/68, p. 123). Last occ. 1840 (RK [1840], p. 120). Office deleted by 1841 (Ibid. [1841], p. 120).

Mash (Marsh), Richard Yeoman of the Guard occ. 1727-26 June 1749 (Chamberlayne [1727] II iii, 177; last occ. 26 June 1749: RA 1681 GEO ADD 17/79). Vac. by Est. of 5 Apr. 1755 (Ibid. [1755] II iii, 131-32).

Mash, Thomas Baucutt (ktd. 9 Jan. 1837) Trumpeter Dec. 1795 (LC 3/68, p. 33). Prom. by 6 Apr. 1801 (Ibid., p. 66).
--Superintendent of Payments to the Lord Chamberlain 6 Jan. 1801 (Ibid., p. 67). First Clerk to the Lord Chamberlain 22 Jan. 1806 (Ibid., p. 97). Comptroller to the Lord Chamberlain 6 Jan. 1823 (LC 3/69, p. 55; LC 3/70 f. 2). Res. by 10 Jan. 1837 (LC 3/70, p. 180). .
--Sergeant at Arms 6 Apr. 1797 (LC 3/68, p. 40). Res. by 5 May 1827 (E 403/2496, p. 100).
--Gentleman Usher Quarter Waiter 6 Mar. 1801 (LC 3/68, p. 63). Gentleman Usher Daily Waiter 3 Mar. 1820 (LC 3/69, p. 3; LC 3/70, p. 4). Res. by 10 Jan. 1837 (LC 3/70, p. 181).
--Comptrolling and Orderly Clerk to the Wardrobe and Jewel Office 22 Jan. 1806 (LC 3/68, p. 97). No further occ.

Mash, Thomas Sergeant at Arms 30 Oct. 1794 (LC 3/68, p. 14; E 403/2485, p. 55). Res. by 6 Apr. 1797 (LC 3/68, p. 40).

Masham, Abigail (Masham) Lady see Hill, Abigail

Masham, Henry Page of the Larder 29 June 1661 (LS 13/7, f. 8v). D. c. Aug. 1661 (Ibid.).

Masham, Samuel (Masham) 1st Lord see Masham, Samuel

Masham, Samuel (cr. Lord Masham 1 Jan. 1712) Cofferer of the Household 13 May 1711 (LS 13/258 f. 90). Rem. by 21 Oct. 1714 (LS 13/11 p. 5).

Masham, Samuel (Masham) 2nd Lord Gentleman of the Bedchamber 27 Mar. 1762 (T 52/53, p. 378). D. 14 June 1776.

Mason, Benjamin Waterman 4 May 1744 (LC 3/65, p. 168). D. by 16 Aug. 1751 (Ibid., p. 251).

Mason, Charles Chaplain in Extraordinary 18 Dec. [1661] (LC 3/26, f. 127). No further occ.

Mason, Henry Messenger 25 May 1667 (LC 7/1, f. 64). Res. by 8 Aug. 1672 (Ibid., f. 64r and v).

Mason, Hugh [First] Porter at Gate at Somerset House 15 Apr. 1734 (LS 13/263, f. 58; LS 13/266, ff. 15v, 31). D. by 24 Apr. 1766 (Ibid., f. 49v).

Mason, James Groom of the Chamber 'in Ordinary without fee' 13 Jan. 1670 (LC 3/26, f. 140). No further occ.

Mason, John Musician for the Wind Instruments 24 Feb. 1666 (RECM I, 42 citing LC 3/33, p. 86; initial app. 26 May 1626: BDECM, p. 776). Bur. 6 Feb. 1673 (RECM I, 125 citing LC 9/258, f. 34).

Mason, John Groom of the Great Chamber in Extraordinary 17 Nov. 1662 (LC 3/26, f. 136, vacated). No further occ.

Mason, John Yeoman of the Guard occ. Est. of 20 Aug. 1667 (Hennell, p. 257). Supernumerary Yeoman of the Guard occ. Est. of c. 1673-78 (LC 3/24, f. 27v, vacated). No further occ.

Mason, John Groom of the Great Chamber 'in Ordinary without fee' 16 Aug. 1669 (LC 3/26, f. 139v). No further occ.

Mason, John Supernumerary Gentleman of the Chapel Royal (w/pay) 10 Apr. 1706 (LS 13/258, f. 47). Gentleman of the Chapel Royal c. 12 June 1708 (Rimbault, p. 25; LS 13/200, f. 24v; LS 13/201, f. 18). D. 3 July 1752 (BDECM, p. 778).

Mason, John, [?sen.] Waterman 22 Jan. 1719 (LC 3/63, p. 197). Vac. 11 June 1727 on d. of George II.

Mason, John Child of the Chapel Royal first occ. 1723 (Chamberlayne [1723] II iii, 559). Voice changed by 29 May 1725 (LC 5/158, f. 195).

Mason, John, [?jun.] Waterman 13 Apr. 1728 (LC 3/64, p. 54). Master of the Barges 30 Mar. 1736 (LC 3/65, p. 45; LC 3/67, p. 26). D. by 2 May 1768 (LC 3/58, p. 384).

Mason, John Gentleman Sewer 19 Apr. 1745 (LC 3/65, p. 183). Res. 13 Nov. 1747 (LC 5/161, p. 276). Sergeant at Arms 14 Nov. 1747 (LC 3/65, p. 214). D. 1 Jan. 1770 (GM [1770] XL, 46).

Mason, Joseph Musician first occ. 1789 (RK [1789], p. 90). D. by 21 July 1804 (LC 3/68, p. 88).

Mason, Joshua Sewer of the Chamber [?in ord w/o fee] 21 Mar. 1672 (LC 3/27, f. 12v). No further occ.

Mason, Richard (ktd. July 1671) Avenor and Clerk Martial 18 Aug. 1660 (LS 13/7, f. 15v). Second Clerk Comptroller of the Green Cloth 26 June 1671 (LS 13/253, f. 23; LS 13/255, f. 3). D. 12 Mar. 1685 (HP 1660-90 III, 28).
--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.).

Mason, Richard Chaplain in Extraordinary 15 June 1670 (LC 3/26, f. 128v). Chaplain in Ordinary 9 Oct. 1683 (LC 3/28, f. 25). No further occ.

Mason, Robert Supernumerary Groom Cartaker 15 Apr. 1669 (MS Carte 160, f. 35v; LS 13/8, f. 13; but cf. Est. of 1 Oct. 1668 for occ.: LS 13/35, f. 20). Third Groom Cartaker 5 Dec. 1671 (LS 13/252, f. 183v). D. 8 Sept. 1680 (LS 13/9, f. 16).

Mason, Robert Waterman 15 Jan. 1671 (LC 3/25, f. 73). D. by 16 Aug. 1684 (LC 3/28, f. 80).

Mason, Robert [Supernumerary] Waterman 28 Nov. 1690 (LC 3/32, p. 93). Waterman Oct. 1693 (LC 3/57, f. 49; LC 3/5, f. 15). Vac. 1 Aug. 1714 on d. of Anne.

Mason, Robert Master of the Barges 14 Sept. 1727 (LC 3/64, p. 128). D. by 30 Mar. 1736 (LC 3/65, p. 45).

Mason, Robert, sen. Waterman 10 May 1729 (LC 3/64, p. 189; LC 3/58, f. 86v). [If him] d. by 9 Oct. 1766 (LC 3/58, p. 376).

Mason, Robert, jun. Waterman 28 Sept. 1758 (LC 3/66, p. 51; LC 3/58, f. 86v). Master of the Barges 2 May 1768 (LC 3/58, p. 384). D. by 23 Mar. 1773 (LC 3/67, p. 58).

Mason, Thomas Messenger 10 Apr. 1661 (LC 7/1, f. 64v). Vac. 6 Feb. 1685 on d. of Charles II.

Mason, Thomas Waterman 12 May 1685 (LC 3/56, p. 37). Prob. vac. 11 Dec. 1688 on abd. of James II. Waterman at Pension [8 May 1689] (LC 3/32, p. 92). D. by 16 June 1698 (LC 5/166, p. 7).

Mason, Thomas Waterman at Pension 4 Feb. 1777 (LC 3/67, p. 98). D. by 21 Mar. 1794 (LC 3/68, p. 9).

Mason, Thomas Waterman 1793 (LC 3/67, p. 189). Waterman at Pension d. by 22 June 1806 (LC 3/68, p. 100).

Mason, Thomas Gentleman Pensioner pd. from 5 July 1806 (E 403/2/177). Occ. 1807-1821 (RK [1807], p. 119; last occ. ibid. [1821], p. 116). Vac. by 1822 (Ibid. [1822], pp. 118-19).

Mason, W. Apprentice to the Kitchen pd. from 5 July 1822 to 5 July 1825 (LS 2/48-51). Vac. 6 July 1825 (LS 2/51).

Mason, William, sen. Waterman 23 Mar. 1710 (LC 5/166, p. 242; LC 3/63, p. 63; LC 3/64, p. 87). D. by 15 June 1732 (LC 3/64, p. 241).

Mason, William, jun. Waterman 31 Dec. 1714 (LC 3/63, p. 63; LC 3/64, p. 87). D. by 26 Mar. 1739 (LC 3/65, p. 92).

Mason, William [III] Waterman 9 June 1739 (LC 3/65, p. 95). D. by 19 Dec. 1757 (LC 3/66, p. 40).

Mason, William Chaplain 20 Aug. 1757 (LC 3/66, p. 36; LC 3/67, p. 24). Last occ. 1772 (RK [1772], p. 78). Vac. by 1773 (Ibid. [1773], pp. 78-79).

Mason, William First Clerk of the Kitchen 26 June 1830 (LS 2/56). Clerk Comptroller of the Kitchen 20 Nov. 1832 (LS 2/58). Pd. to 10 Aug. 1837 (LS 2/63, p. 1). Vac. by 11 Aug. 1837 (Ibid.).

Massen, John Supernumerary Yeoman Harbinger 10 Aug. 1684 (LS 13/9, f. 15). Vac. 6 Feb. 1685 on d. of Charles II.

Masson, Anthony Sewer of the Chamber [?in ord w/o fee] 8 Aug. 1671 (LC 3/27, f. 12). No further occ.

Masson, George Yeoman of the Guard pd. from 14 Nov. 1797 to 5 Jan. 1812 (AO 3/106/19). Last occ. Feb. 1813 (RA 1681 GEO ADD 17/79). No further occ.

Massonet (Masones, Mosse), Agnes Laundress of the Table [and Household] 11 Aug. 1660 (LS 13/8, f. [6]). Res. 3 Apr. 1672.

Massonett, Peter Physician in Ordinary [?w/o fee] 1 Oct. 1672 (LC 3/27, f. 46v). No further occ.

Master, William Chester Gentleman Usher of the Privy Chamber 31 Oct. 1808 (LC 3/68, p. 112; LC 3/70, p. 4). D. 20 Nov. 1868 (LC 5/237, p. 400; Burke, Landed Gentry [1937], p. 1554).

Masters, Isaac Groom Sumpterman occ. Est. of 28 Mar. 1682-Est. of early 1685 (Dartmouth MSS ox D [w] 1778/v/132). Vac. 6 Feb. 1685 on d. of Charles II.

Masters, James Chaplain in Extraordinary 30 Oct. [1663] (LC 3/26, f. 127v). No further occ.

Masters, Jonathan Groom Litterman [Chairman] occ. Est. of 12 Mar. 1669 (Dartmouth MSS ox D [w] 1778/v/132). Yeoman or Groom of the Carriages occ. Est. of 28 Mar. 1682-Est. of early 1685 (Ibid.). Vac. by the Est. of early 1685 (Ibid.).

Masters, Richard Sewer of the Chamber [?in ord w/o fee] 5 Mar. 1673 (LC 3/27, f. 13). No further occ.

Masthers, Thomas Firemaker in the Presence Chamber 25 Apr 1673 (LS 13/197, f. 6). D. by 21 Nov. 1677 (Ibid., f. 45v).

Mathesius, John Page of the Bedchamber 8 Jan. 1804 (LC 3/68, p. 82). D. by 6 Mar. 1810 (Ibid., p. 122).

Mathew, Edward Equerry 17 Apr. 1771 (MOH WB 1, p. 58). Discharged 25 Nov. 1782 (MOH PB 1, pp. 158-9, 209).

Mathew (Mathews), George Sewer of the Chamber 16 June 1733 (LC 3/65, p. 2). D. by 11 Sept. 1739 (Ibid., p. 101).

Mathew (Mathews), Robert Yeoman of the Jewel Office 9 Feb. 1741 (LC 3/65, p. 120).
--Clerk of the Jewel Office 19 Apr. 1744 (LC 5/161, p. 181).

D. by 3 Apr. 1760 (LC 3/66, p. 74).

Mathew (Mathews), Thomas Servitor in Hall 28 Sept. 1661 (LS 13/7, f. 15). Supernumerary Daily Waiter in Hall Est. of 1 Oct. 1664 (LS 13/34, f. 27). D. 1 Oct. 1665 (LS 13/8, f. 14).

Mathewes, John Gentleman Pensioner in Extraordinary 4 July 1660 (Badminton MSS Fm H 2/4/1, f. 61). D. n.d. temp. Charles II (Ibid.).

Mathews, Charles Sewer of the Chamber 18 Dec. 1741 (LC 3/65, p. 132). D. by 1 Mar. 1742 (Ibid., p. 135 gives 'George'; LS 13/201, f. 80).

Mathews, John Turnbroach of the [?Privy] Kitchen 2 June 1725 (LS 13/200, f. 78). Third Turnbroach of the Household Kitchen 1 July 1727 (LS 13/201, f. 114). D. by 1 Jan. 1731 (Ibid., f. 117).

Mathews, John Clerk of the Household occ. 1727-1737 (Chamberlayne [1727] III, 61; last occ. ibid. II iii [1737] II iii, 214). Vac. by 1741 (Ibid. [1741] II iii, p. 228).

Mathews, Mannesah Chaplain in Extraordinary 21 June 1677 (LC 3/28, f. 23v). No further occ.

Mathews, Patrick Cupbearer 18 Oct. 1773 (LC 3/67, p. 66). D. by 9 Aug. 1782 (Ibid., p. 140).

Mathews, Phan Yeoman of the Guard occ. Est. of 20 Aug. 1667 (Hennell, p. 258). Vac. by Est. of c. 1673-78 (LC 3/24, f. 27).

Mathews, Samuel Tailcartaker occ. Est. of 1 July 1761 (LS 13/55, vacated). No further occ.

Mathews (Matthew), Thomas Sewer of the Chamber 1 Mar. 1742 (LC 3/65, p. 135; LC 3/67, p. 37). D. by 5 Oct. 1761 (LS 13/203, f. 26v).

Mathias, Gabriel Brusher to the Robes 11 Feb. 1781 (LC 3/67, p. 123). Office abolished 1782 (22 George III, c. 82).

Maton, William George Physician in Extraordinary to the Person 24 July 1830 (LC 3/69, p. 167). D. 30 Mar. 1835 (DNB XXXVII, 60).

Matravers, J. Gentleman Pensioner May 1833 (Curling, p. 276). Res. 1838 (Ibid.).

Matthews, Conrad Seventh Child of the Kitchen 22 Jan. 1753 (LS 13/264, f. 15). Sixth Child of the Kitchen 22 Jan. 1754 (Ibid., f. 20v). Fifth Child of the Kitchen 15 July 1754 (Ibid., f. 21). Fourth Child of the Kitchen 24 Dec. 1754 (Ibid., f. 23). Third Child of the Kitchen 12 May 1757 (Ibid., f. 30). Second Child of the Kitchen 28 Aug. 1759 (Ibid., f. 39v; LS 13/266, f. 8). Rem. by Est. of 1 July 1761 (LS 13/265, f. 20v; LS 13/55). Groom of the Pantry 12 Apr. 1762 (LS 13/266, f. 37v). Second Child of the Kitchen 16 Jan. 1765 (Ibid., f. 44). First Child of the Kitchen 1 Jan. 1770 (Ibid., f. 65v). Second Groom of the Kitchen 26 Nov. 1770 (Ibid., f. 70v). First Groom of the Kitchen 27 Feb. 1772 (Ibid., f. 77). Third Yeoman of the Kitchen 14 Apr. 1772 (Ibid., f. 78v). Res. by 11 June 1772 (Ibid., f. 81).

Matthews, Francis Under-Porter [Third Porter] at Somerset House 10 May 1742 (LS 13/263, f. 90v; LS 13/266, f. 16; LS 13/55). D. by 26 Oct. 1764 (Ibid., f. 42).

Matthews, James Gentleman Pensioner Jan. 1824 (Curling, p. 273). Res. 1841 (Ibid.).

Matthews, Jeremiah Postilion 2 July 1772 (LS 13/203, f. 83v). Res. by 2 Apr. 1776 (Ibid., f. 94v).

Matthews, Miles Gentleman Pensioner 28 June 1660 (Badminton MSS Fm H2/4/1, f. 20v; initial appointment 14 July 1641: ibid., f. 18v). Vac. by 23 Feb. 1667 (Ibid., f. 23v). Gentleman Pensioner in Extraordinary 23 Feb. 1667 (Ibid., f. 65). No further occ.

Matthews, Robert Messenger to the Auditor for North Wales 29 Jan. 1707 (LC 5/166, p. 193). No further occ.

Matthews, W. Yeoman of the Guard occ. Feb. 1813 (RA 1681 GE ADD 17/79). No further occ.

Matthews, William Second Groom Porter at Gate 5 Nov. 1668 (LS 13/8, f. 12A). First Groom Porter at Gate Est. of 30 June 1674 (LS 13/36, f. 29). D. 9 May 1677 (LS 13/9, f. 16).

Matthews, William Turnbroach of the Kitchen 4 Nov. [?1812] (LS 13/204, f. 127v). Pd. to 10 July 1815 when position was abolished (LS 2/41).

Matthison (Mathison), Robert Extra Page of the Bedchamber 2 Mar. 1735 (LC 3/65, p. 31). Page of the Bedchamber 30 Mar. 1736 (Ibid., p. 45; LC 3/67, p. 43). D. 12 Sept. 1762 (GM [1762], XXXII, 448).

Mattox, Thomas Yeoman of the Revels 26 Mar. 1716 (LC 3/63, p. 143). Page of the Removing Wardrobe 19 Nov. 1716 (Ibid., p. 146). Surr. by 7 May 1723 (Ibid., p. 286).

Maud, John George Gentleman Pensioner May 1828 (Curling, p. 274). Res. 1849 (Ibid.).

Maude, William Yeoman of the Guard occ. 1736-1742 (Chamberlayne [1736] II iii, 190; last occ. Miege [1742], p. 79). Vac. by 1743 (Chamberlayne [1743] Ii iii, 216-17).

Maugridge, John Drum-major 20 June 1660 (RECM I, 4 citing LC 3/25, p. 64, LC 3/73, p. 107; cf. LC 3/57, f. 56, listing a John Maugridge, app. 21 Sept. 1687). D. by 9 Apr. 1688 (RECM II, 16 citing LC 9/259, f. 70; BDECM, p. 781).

Maugridge, John Drummer in Extraordinary (w/o fee until app. at first vac.) 30 Aug. 1671 (RECM I, 108 citing LC 5/14, p. 51). Ev. vac. 6 Feb. 1685 on d. of Charles II. Drum-major 10 Apr. 1688 (LC 3/30, f. 54v; LC 3/32, p. 71; LC 3/5, f. 16). Bur. 4 Jan. 1705 (BDECM, p. 782).

Maugridge, Richard Drummer 19 Feb. 1661 (LC 3/25, f. 36). Bur. 17 Mar. 1677 (RECM I, 169 citing LC 5/142, p. 4; V, 72 citing E 406/50, f. 123v).

Maugridge, Robert, sen. Drummer in Extraordinary (w/o fee until app. at first vac.) 27 Aug. 1665 (RECM I, 66 citing LC 5/138, p. 405). Drummer 27 Nov. 1665 (Ibid., p. 67 citing LC 5/138, p. 401; LC 3/24, f. 22 and LC 3/25, f. 36 give 24 Aug. 1665). Ev. vac. 6 Feb. 1685 on d. of Charles II.
--Kettle-drummer 8 June 1682 (RECM I, 200 citing LC 5/144, p. 246; LC 3/30, f. 54v; LC 3/32, p. 70). Ev. vac. 8 Mar. 1702 on d. of William III.
--Drummer 10 Apr. 1688 (LC 3/30, f. 54v; LC 3/32, p. 71; LC 3/5, f. 16; sl LC 3/6, f. 16). Ev. vac. 1 Aug. 1714 on d. of Anne.

Maugridge, Robert, jun. Kettle-drummer [?1702] (LC 3/5, f. 16). Drum-major 24 Apr. 1705 (LC 5/166, p. 174; LC 3/63, p. 65). D. by 18 Feb. 1719 (LC 3/63, p. 220).

Maule (Mawle), Thomas Ensign of the Yeomen of the Guard 26 Apr. 1686 (CSPD 1686-7, p. 113 [461]; CSPD 1689-90, p. 56). Lieutenant of the Yeomen of the Guard 18 Dec. 1690 (CSPD 1690-1, p. 189; LC 3/5, f. 3). Surr. by 13 Apr. 1704 (LC 5/166, p. 162).

Mauleverer, John Chaplain in Ordinary 7 Jan. 1684 (LC 3/28, f. 25). No further occ.

Mauley, Robert Gentleman Pensioner occ. 1705 (LC 5/154, f. 224v). Pd. to 25 Mar. 1712 (E 407/2/84). Vac. by 29 Sept. 1713 (Ibid., no. 85).

Maulkin, Randolph Soil-carrier of the [Privy] Kitchen 1 July 1723 (LS 13/200, f. 76v). Soil Carrier of the Queen's Privy Kitchen Est. of 1 July 1727 (LS 13/49, p. 32). ?Position abolished 20 Nov. 1737 on d. of Caroline. Soil-Carrier of the Privy Kitchen d. by 6 Dec. 1750 (LS 13/202, f. 35v).

Maund, Richard Marshal of the Hall in Extraordinary 30 Apr. 1672 (LS 13/252, f. 181). Did not succeed to office.

Maunder (Mauder; Maudry, Maundry), Richard Waterman 12 May 1685 (LC 3/56, p. 37). Prob. vac. 11 Dec. 1688 on abd. of James II. Waterman at Pension [8 May 1689] (LC 3/32, p. 92; LC 3/5, f. 15). Vac. by 1713 (LC 3/5, f. 15).

Maurice, Peter Chaplain in Ordinary 6 July 1682 (LC 3/28, f. 24v). No further occ.

Maurice, Peter Chaplain 31 July 1742 (LC 3/65, p. 147). D. by 31 Oct. 1751 (Ibid., p. 254).

Mauzy, Samuel Preaching Minister of the French Chapel 14 May 1771 (LS 13/203, f. 73v). D. by 15 Dec. 1804 (LS 13/204, f. 73; acc. Lovegrove, p. 73 "Quitted").

Mawditt, John C. Yeoman of the Confectionery 15 July 1830 (LS 2/56). Pd. to 25 Nov. 1850 (LS 2/100, f. 3). Vac. 26 Nov. 1850 (Ibid.).

Mawe, John Groom of the Great Chamber 18 July 1798 (LC 3/68, p. 46). D. by 22 Feb. 1821 (LC 3/69, p. 24).

Mawhood, Charles Gentleman Usher of the Privy Chamber 14 Nov. 1771 (LS 13/203, p. 101). D. by 30 Aug. 1780 (LC 3/67, p. 121; LS 13/204, p. 1).

Mawr (Maur), Robert Page of the Ewry 26 Apr. 1666 (LS 13/252, f. 213v). Supernumerary Page of the Ewry Est. of 1 Oct. 1668 (LS 13/35, f. 19v). Second Groom of the Ewry 20 Apr. 1675 (LS 13/254, f. 10). First Groom of the Ewry 18 Dec. 1678 (LS 13/9, f. 7A). Second Yeoman of the Ewry 26 Sept. 1679 (LS 13/254, f. 31v). First Yeoman of the Ewry 24 Oct. 1680 (LS 13/9 f. 7A, app. prob. coinciding with that of Roger Andrews as Gentleman of Ewry). Dismissed 11 Feb. 1684 (LS 13/9, f. 7A).

Mawson, Matthias Chaplain 3 Oct. 1727 (LC 3/64, p. 108). Res. by 31 Oct. 1739 on app. as Bishop of Llandaff (LC 3/65, p. 100; ibid., p. 95 gives 23 June 1739, vacated; nom. 17 Jan., cons. 18 Feb. 1739: HBC, p. 294 ).

Maxene (?Flexney, above), George Child of the Chapel Royal occ. 2 May 1662 (BDECM, p. 788). No further occ.

Maxted, Thomas Yeoman of the Guard pd. from 5 July 1789 to 5 Jan. 1812 (AO 3/106/5-63). No further occ.

Maxwell, Charles Footman 12 May 1812 (LS 13/204, f. 85). Page of the Presence Chamber 16 Sept. 1818 (LC 3/68, p. 191). D. by 19 Apr. 1820 (LC 3/69, p. 20).

May, Adrian Groom of the Privy Chamber 10 June 1660 (LC 3/24, f. 7). D. by 30 Apr. 1670 (Ibid.).

May, Alice Understarcher and Washer of HM's Linen 7 Nov. 1671 (LC 3/27, f. 56v). No further occ.

May, Baptist Keeper of the Privy Purse 28 July 1665 (LC 3/24, f. 6). Vac. 6 Feb. 1685 on d. of Charles II.

May, Baptist Yeoman of the Carriages 3 Apr. 1739 (LS 13/201, f. 72). Vac by 2 Feb. 1758 (LS 13/202, f. 26).

May, Charles Porter of the Stables pd. from 5 Jan. 1828 (MOH SB 1, p. 3; LB F, p. 552). D. 22 Mar. 1834 (SB 1, p. 171).

May, George Chaplain in Ordinary 3 Nov. 1675 (LC 3/28, f. 23). Chaplain in Waiting occ. 1677-1685 (LC 3/24, f. 14; Chamberlayne [1677], p. 163; LC 3/30, f. 37; LC 3/56, p. 46). ?Vac. c. 1685.

May, Israel Second Yeoman Cartaker 16 June 1729 (LS 13/263, f. 38). Last occ. 1751 (CCR [1751], p. 94). Vac. by 1753 (Ibid. [1753], p. 93).

May, John [Supernumerary] Waterman 3 Mar. 1689 (LC 3/32, p. 93). No further occ.

May, Leonard, sen. Waterman 3 Feb. 1727 (LC 3/64, p. 33; ibid., p. 87; LC 3/58, f. 87 ). D. by 20 Aug. 1763 (LC 3/58, p. 348).

May, Leonard, jun. Waterman 20 Aug. 1763 (LC 3/58, p. 348). D. by 3 May 1774 (LC 3/67, p. 67).

May, Richard Chaplain in Waiting 20 July 1685 (LC 3/56, p. 55). Vac. 11 Dec. 1688 on abd. of James II.

Maybank, Lampen Yeoman of the Carriages 16 Apr. 1735 (LS 13/201, f. 58v). Vac. by 3 Apr. 1739 (Ibid., f. 72).

Maybank, Robert Clerk of the Extraordinaries of the Stables 1 Apr. 1716 (LS 13/200, f. 32). Clerk of the Stables 14 Aug. 1716 (Ibid., f. 35). Vac. 11 June 1727 on d. of George I.
--Purveyor at Windsor 4 June 1726 (Ibid., f. 71v). Ev. vac. 11 June 1727 on d. of George I.

Maybank, Robert Apprentice in the [Privy] Kitchen 1 Jan. 1744 (LS 13/263, f. 130, reversed). Seventh Child of the Kitchen 1 Jan. 1746 (Ibid., f. 103v). Sixth Child of the Kitchen 1 Jan. 1747 (Ibid., f. 106v). Fifth Child of the Kitchen vac. 1 July 1747 (Ibid., f. 109). Fourth Child of the Kitchen 1 July 1747 (Ibid., f. 109v). Third Child of the Kitchen 1 Aug. 1748 (Ibid., f. 115). Second Child of the Kitchen 1 Dec. 1748 (Ibid., f. 118). First Child of the Kitchen 28 Mar. 1750 (LS 13/264, f. 6). Seventh Groom of the Kitchen 17 Nov. 1750 (Ibid., f. 8v). Fifth Groom of the Kitchen 22 Jan. 1753 (Ibid., f. 14v). Fourth Groom of the Kitchen 22 Jan. 1754 (Ibid., f. 19v). Third Groom of the Kitchen 24 Dec. 1754 (Ibid., f. 23). Second Groom of the Kitchen 12 May 1757 (Ibid., f. 29v). First Groom of the Kitchen 28 Aug. 1759 (Ibid., f. 38v; LS 13/266, ff. 7, 28v). D. by 16 Jan. 1765 (LS 13/266, f. 43v).

Maycock, Samuel Servant to the Scourers [Assistant Scourer] of the Kitchen Est. of 1 July 1761 (LS 13/55, added later). Pd. to 26 Feb. 1770 (LS 2/5).

Mayers, George Yeoman of the Guard pd. from 10 Apr. 1799-to 5 Jan. 1812 (AO 3/106/21-63). No further occ.

Mayhew, Thomas Yeoman of the Guard occ. Est. of 20 Aug. 1667-Est. of 1673-78 (Hennell, p. 258; last occ. LC 3/24, f. 27). Vac. by 1678 (LC 3/24, f. 27).

Maynall (Mynatt, Mynot), William Messenger to the Chancellor of the Exchequer 22 Aug. 1710 (LC 5/166, p. 255). Rem. by 5 June 1711 (Ibid., p. 273).

Maynard, Edward Gentleman Pensioner 2 Nov. 1674 (Badminton MSS Fm H 2/4/1, f. 25). Vac. by 30 June 1675 on app. of John Barnard (Ibid.). Gentleman Pensioner 6 Dec. 1675 (Ibid.). Vac. by Dec. 1676 (Ibid., f. 25v). Gentleman Pensioner 2 Mar. 1678 (Ibid., f. 26; ibid., f. 29v). Pd. to 25 Mar. 1689 (E 407/2/70). Vac. by 24 June 1690 (Ibid., no. 71).

Maynard, Hon. Grey Yeoman of the Removing Wardrobe 29 Mar. 1710 (LC 5/166, p. 243; LC 3/63, p. 60; LC 3/64, p. 60). Vac. by 21 Feb. 1743 (LC 3/65, p. 154).
--Keeper of the Standing Wardrobe at St. James's 29 Mar. 1710 (LC 5/166, p. 243). Ev. vac. by 1 Aug. 1714 on d. of Anne.

Maynard, Prescot Corporal of the Yeomen of the Guard 25 Mar. 1718 (SP 44/360, p. 101). Vac. by 11 May 1724 (SP 44/179, p. 15).

Maynard, William (Maynard) 2nd Lord Comptroller of the Household 29 Nov. 1672 (LS 13/253, f. 33; LS 13/255, f. 3). Vac. by 10 Feb. 1687 (LS 13/255, f. 22v).

Maynard, William Waterman 24 Nov. 1749 (LC 3/65, p. 238; LC 3/69, p. 86v; sl Est. 1782: Shelburne MSS. no. 125, p. 180). No further occ.

Mayne (Maine), Jasper Chaplain in Ordinary [1660] (LC 3/26, f. 32). Chaplain in Waiting occ. Est. of 1661-1673 (Add. MSS. 36,781, f. 11; LC 3/24, f. 14; last occ. Chamberlayne [1673], p. 188). D. 6 Dec. 1672 (AC I iii, 169).

Mayner (Melor; Meyter), Henry Yeoman of the Guard occ. 1716-1723 (Chamberlayne [1716] II iii, 574; last occ. ibid. [1723] II iii, 572). Vac. by 1726 (Ibid. [1726] II iii, 124-26).

Mayo, Charles Preaching Chaplain at Whitehall 1799 (AO II, 936). Occ. 4 Aug. 1799-1800 (Wh Pbk 1). Vac. 1800 (AO II, 936).

Mayo, Hugh Yeoman Keeper of the Salt Stores 19 Apr. 1682 (LS 13/254, f. 45v; LS 13/10, f. 9v; LS 13/256, 20 Mar. 1689). D. by 17 Dec. 1698 (LS 13/256, app. of Francis Tuckwell).

Mayo, Richard Chaplain 24 June 1725 (LC 3/64, p. 17). D. 10 May 1727 (AO I, 996).

Mayor, H. Assistant Scourer of the Silver Scullery pd. from 7 May 1836 (LS 2/62). Last occ. 1856 (RK [1856], p. 150). Vac. by 1857 (Ibid. [1857], p. 151).

Mayor, Thomas Child of the Chapel Royal voice changed by 5 Jan. 1789 (AO 1/429/7).

Maypowder, Richard Office Keeper to [the Secretary to the] Lord Chamberlain occ. 1708-1718 (Chamberlayne [1708] II iii, 612; last occ. Miege [1718] I, 348). Vac. by 1718 (Chamberlayne [1718] II iii, 90).

Mays, William Yeoman of the Guard occ. 1694 (Chamberlayne [1694] II, 251). Vac. by 1696 (Hennell, p. 286).

Maysmor, Herbert Powell Surgeon in Extraordinary 19 Feb. 1831 (LC 3/70, p. 27). No further occ.

Mazine (Muziene), John Equerry of the Crown [Great Horse or Coursers'] Stable pd. from 24 June 1660 (LS 13/252, f. 44v; LS 13/31, f. 18). D. by 1 July 1677 (LS 13/197, f. 43).

Mazine (Muziene), John Equerry of the Crown [Great Horse or Coursers'] Stable occ. 1670-Est. of early 1685 (Chamberlayne [1670], p. 281; CTB VII, 1179; Dartmouth MSS ox D [w] 1778/v/132). Vac. 6 Feb. 1685 on d. of Charles II.