Index of officers
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'Index of officers: P', Office-Holders in Modern Britain: Volume 11 (revised): Court Officers, 1660-1837 (2006), pp. 1327-1384. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=43961 Date accessed: 29 August 2014.


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Pack (Packe, Pache), Christopher Gentleman of the Chapel Royal (priest) 3 Nov. 1821 (NCB, p. 56). Occ. 1822-1878 (RK [1822], p. 125; last occ. ibid. [1878], p. 159). Vac. by 1879 (Ibid. [1879], p. 159).

Packer (Parker), Christopher Sewer of the Chamber 'in Ordinary without fee' 11 Feb. 1671 (LC 3/26, f. 123v; cert renewed 20 May 1671: LC 3/27, f. 10). No further occ.

Packer, John Groom of the Chamber 'in Ordinary without fee' 23 July 1667 (LC 3/26, f. 138). No further occ.

Packer, John Gentleman Usher Quarter Waiter 16 Dec. 1676 (LC 3/24, f. 8). Sur. by 6 Jan. 1685 (Ibid.).

Packer, Robert Pankeeper of the Silver Scullery 1 Oct. 1737 (LS 13/201, f. 121). Cleaner of the Cisterns and Cesspools 1 Oct. 1740 (LS 13/201, f. 122; LS 13/55). Pd. to 31 Mar. 1774 (LS 2/6).

Packer, William Sewer of the Chamber 21 June 1660 (LC 3/24, f. 8). D. by 24 Dec. 1680 (Ibid.).

Packman, Robert Collier Gentleman of the Chapel Royal 14 June 1825 (NCB, p. 190). Occ. 1826-1875 (RK [1826], p. 122; last occ. ibid. [1875], p. 153). Vac. by 1877 (Ibid. [1877], p. 153).

Paddey, Francis Gentleman Pensioner pd. from 25 Mar. 1738 (E 407/2/110). Last occ. 1753 (CCR [1753], p. 95). Vac. by 1755 (Chamberlayne [1755] II iii, 128).

Paddey, John Gentleman Pensioner occ. 1762-1781 (CCR [1762], p. 95; last ibid. RK [1781], p. 83). Vac. by 1782 (Ibid. []1782], p. 83).

Paddey, John Groom of the Jewel Office 6 Dec. 1779 (LC 3/67, p. 115). Office abolished 11 July 1782 (22 Geo. III c. 82).

Padmore, John Messenger in Extraordinary 7 May 1757 (LC 3/66, p. 27; LC 3/67, p. 53). Messenger 26 Dec. 1771 (LC 3/58, p. 406; last occ. RK [1797], p. 89). Place abolished by 1798 (RK [1798], p. 90).

Page, --- Messenger occ. 1748 (Miege [1748], p. 47). Vac. by 1750 (CCR [1750], p. 81).

Page, Clift Turncock at Kensington 1 Apr. 1728 (LS 13/201, f. 116; LS 13/203, f. 115v). D. by 17 Feb. 1762 (LS 13/203, f. 116).
--Fourth Turnbroach of the Household Kitchen 1 Dec. 1729 (LS 13/201, f. 116v). Turnbroach of the Household Kitchen 1 Jan. 1761 (LS 13/203, f. 115). Rem. by 12 Dec. 1761 (LS 13/265, f. 20v).

Page, Henry Gentleman Pensioner occ. 1816-1823 (RK [1816], p. 127; last occ. ibid. [1823], p. 126). Vac. by 1824 (Ibid. [1824], p. 126).

Page, Isaack Gentleman Usher Quarter Waiter in Extraordinary 30 September 1662 (LC 3/26, f. 112). No further occ.

Page, John Preaching Chaplain at Whitehall occ. 1 Feb. 1818-1822 (Wh Pbk 1). Vac. 1823 (Ibid.).

Page, John Henry [Drummer] deserted (rem.) by 15 Apr. 1816 (LC 3/68, p. 173).

Page, Samuel Gentleman Pensioner occ. 1817-1830 (RK [1817], p. 127; last occ. ibid. [1830], p. 125). Res. by Sept. 1829 (Curling, p. 274).

Page, Thomas[?Second] Pankeeper of the Silver Scullery 1 July 1741 (LS 13/201, f. 122v; LS 13/203, f. 115). Office abolished by Est. of 1 July 1761 (LS 13/55; LS 13/265, f. 20v).

Page, William Sub Almoner occ. 1816-1819 (RK [1816], p. 125; last occ. ibid. [1819], p. 114). D. 28 Sept. 1819 (GM [1819] LXXXIX [2], 374).

Paget, Hon. Sir Charles, Kt. Groom of the Bedchamber 11 Oct. 1821 (LC 3/69, p. 39; LC 3/70, p. 14). Vac. 20 June 1837 on d. of William IV.

Paget, Hon. Sir Edward, Kt. Groom of the Bedchamber 6 June 1816 (LC 3/68, p. 174). Res. by 11 Oct. 1821 (LC 3/69, p. 39).

Paget, Frederick Page of Honour 1 Feb. 1817 (MOH LB E, f. 26). Vac. by 14 Apr. 1823 (Ibid. F, f. 96).

Paget, Henry (Paget) 8th Lord see Paget, Hon. Henry

Paget, Hon. Henry (cr. Lord Burton 1 Jan. 1712; succ. as 8th Lord Paget 26 Feb. 1713; cr. Earl of Uxbridge 19 Oct. 1714) Gentleman Pensioner pd. from 23 June 1690 to 23 June 1693 (E 407/2/71, 72; HP 1690-1715 V, 56 gives 1689-1695). Last occ. 1694 (Chamberlayne [1694] II, 249). Vac. by 25 Mar. 1696 (E 407/2/73).
--Captain of the Yeomen of the Guard 12 June 1711 (SP 44/356, pp. 248-9; SP 44/358, p. 68). Res. by 26 Sept. 1715 (LC 3/63, p. 121; HP 1690-1715 V, 61).

Paget, Thomas Catesby (Paget) styled Lord Gentleman of the Bedchamber 24 July 1727 (LC 3/64, p. 48). Vac. 25 Dec. 1735 (CTBP 1735-8, p. 220).

Paget, Thomas Groom of the Bedchamber 14 Sept. 1727 (LC 3/64, p. 95). D. 28 May 1741 (HP 1715-54 II, 320).

Pagett, Thomas Chaplain in Ordinary 12 Nov. 1669 (LC 3/26, f. 31v). No further occ.

Pagett, William Musician for the Violin in Extraordinary 27 Aug. 1664 (RECM I, 222 citing LC 3/73, p. 103). No further occ.

Paguy (Pacguy), John Page of the Backstairs [at the Mews] 19 May 1690 (LS 13/198, f. 34v). Res. by 9 May 1698 (Ibid., f. 61).

Pain, George Yeoman of the Carriages 22 Dec. 1760 (LS 13/203, f. 9). D. by 21 Dec. 1771 (Ibid., f. 77v).

Paine, George Footman 28 Apr. 1742 (LS 13/201, f. 83v). Prob. vac. 25 Oct. 1760 on d. of George II.

Paine, John Clerk of the Carriages 16 Aug. 1660 (LS 13/252, f. 2v). D. by 16 Mar. 1674 (LS 13/253, f. 47).

Paine (Payne), John Messenger in Extraordinary 26 Mar. 1782 (LC 3/67, p. 132). No further occ.

Paine (Payne], William Chaplain 1690 (AC I iii, 324; LC 3/32, p. 45). D. 20 Feb. 1697 (AC I iii, 324; LC 3/3, ff. 9-11).

Painter (Paynter, Payneter, Paineter), Allington Gentleman Pensioner in Extraordinary 1 Sept. 1660 (Badminton MSS Fm H 2/4/1, f. 62). Gentleman Pensioner 24 Mar. 1662 (Ibid., f. 22v). Pd. to 25 Mar. 1671 (E 407/1/50). Vac. by 25 Mar. 1671 (Ibid., No. 8).

Painter, Humphrey Yeoman of the Jewel Office 24 June 1660 (LC 3/24, f. 15). D. by 6 July 1670 on app. of Thomas Tindall (Ibid.; LC 3/26, f. 64v).

Painter, Humphrey Sergeant Surgeon 9 Feb. 1661 (LC 3/24, f. 16). D. by 15 Feb. 1672 (Ibid.).

Painter, John Servant to the Scourers [Assistant Scourer] of the Kitchen 28 Feb. 1770 (LS 13/203, f. 120). D. by 28 Aug. 1791 (LS 13/204, f. 116).

Painter, John Messenger 2 Jan. 1779 (LC 3/67, p.109). Office abolished 14 Nov. 1782 (LS 13/117, ff. 71v-72v).

Paintinge, Henry Chaplain in Ordinary 5 Jan. 1672 (LC 3/27, f. 30v). No further occ.

Pairne, Thomas Chaplain 26 May 1744 (LC 3/65, p. 170). D. 11 July 1751 (Ibid., p. 257; London Magazine [1751] XX, 332).

Paisable (Peasable), --- 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.

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

Paitfield, Thomas Third Groom of the Buttery 1 Feb. 1715 (LS 13/261, f. 3v). D. by 10 May 1727 (Ibid., f. 48v).

Paley, William Preaching Chaplain at Whitehall occ. 21 Apr. 1771-1776 (Wh Pbk 1). Vac. 1777 (Ibid.).

Palman, Frederick Amelia Page of the Backstairs 22 July 1773 (LC 3/67, p. 95). D. 20 Nov. 1793 (LC 3/68, p. 6; GM [1793] LXIII [2], 1061).

Palmer, Benjamin Reading Chaplain at St. James 29 Sept.1697 (LS 13/198, f. 60; LS 13/199, f. 22). Dismissed by H.M. command by 6 Mar. 1710 (LS 13/199, f. 56v).

Palmer, Charles Clerk of the Carriages 16 Mar. 1674 (LS 13/253, f. 47). Discharged 11 Dec. 1684 (LS 13/172).

Palmer, Charles Fish Clerk of the Avery 23 Dec. 1760 (LS 13/203, f. 12v ). Office abolished 7 Nov. 1782 (MOH PB 1, pp. 164, 168-9).

Palmer, Hamey Gentleman Usher of the Privy Chamber 12 Dec. 1760 (LC 3/67, p. 18). D. by 14 Nov. 1771 (LS 13/203, p. 101).

Palmer, Herbert (Harbart) Gentleman Pensioner 7 May 1661 (Badminton MSS Fm H 2/4/1, f. 22). Pd to 25 Mar 1671 (E 407/1/50-56). Vac. by 25 Mar. 1671 (Ibid., no. 8).

Palmer, James Footman 19 Jan. 1790 (LS 13/204, f. 39). Superannuated 21 Nov. 1821 (MOH LB E, pp. 488, 496).

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

Palmer, John Chaplain in Ordinary [1660] (LC 3/2, f. 17). No further occ.

Palmer, John Yeoman Huntsman of the Buckhounds 1660 (LC 3/24, f. 22v; Add. MSS. 36,781, f. 18; LC 3/25, f. 68). Ev. vac. 6 Feb. 1685 on d. of Charles II.

Palmer, John Gentleman Pensioner in Extraordinary 15 July 1664 (Badminton MSS Fm H 2/4/1, f. 64v). No further occ.

Palmer, John Sewer of the Chamber in Extraordinary 25 Oct. 1665 (LC 3/26, f. 120v; cert. renewed 23 Feb. 1673: LC 3/27, f. 10).

Palmer, John Sergeant at Arms 5 Apr. 1683 (LC 3/24, f. 10). D. by 23 Aug. 1683 (Ibid.).

Palmer, John Groom Farrier 29 Sept. 1714 (LS 13/200, f. 26). Position abolished 1 Apr. 1718 (LS 13/260).

Palmer, Joseph Messenger 9 June 1714 (LC 5/166, p. 310; LC 3/63, p. 36). Dismissed by 29 July 1715 (Ibid., p. 110).

Palmer, Philip (later ktd.) Cupbearer 10 June 1660 (LC 3/24, f. 9). D. by 27 Apr. 1680 (LS 13/197, f. 63).

Palmer, Rachel Necessary Woman (for cleaning the King's Backstairs Rooms at St. James's) 4 July 1751 (LC 3/65, p. 248; LC 3/58, f. 95). Vac. 15 Feb. 1782 (LC 3/67, p. 131).

Palmer, Ralph Gentleman Sewer in Ordinary [??w/o fee] 10 Apr. 1680 (LC 3/238, f. 7v). No further occ.

Palmer, Richard Yeoman of the Guard occ. list of 1 Oct. 1684-1710 (A General and Compleat List, p. 2; LC 3/30, f. 70v; Chamberlayne [1694] II, 251; last occ. ibid. [1710] II iii, 551). Vac. by 1716 (Chamberlayne [1716] II iii, 573-74).

Palmer, Roger Cupbearer in Extraordinary (ord. w/o fee) 5 Feb. 1675 (LC 3/24, f. 9). D. by 6 Feb. 1685 (LC 3/28, f. 6v).

Palmer, Thomas Gentleman Pensioner in Extraordinary 16 July 1660 (Badminton MSS Fm H 2/4/1, f. 61v). No further occ.

Palmer, Thomas Locksmith 5 Apr. 1820 (LC 3/69, p. 6; reapp. 16 Aug. 1830: ibid., p. 155). No further occ.

Palmer, Sir William, kt. Gentleman Pensioner in Extraordinary 10 Nov. 1660 (Badminton MSS Fm h 2/4/1, f. 62). No further occ.

Palmer, William Yeoman of the Guard occ 1707-1742 (Chamberlayne [1707] III, 556; last occ. Miege [1742], p. 79). Vac. by 1743 (Chamberlayne [1743] Ii iii, 216-17).

Palmer, William Porter of the Coal Yard 1 July 1761 (LS 13/55). Pd. to 9 July 1762 (LS 2/1).

Palton, William Falconer ?1660 (LC 3/24, f. 25). ?Ev. vac. 6 Feb. 1685 on d. of Charles II.

Pamphlin, Richard Page of the Presence Chamber 21 July 1660 (LC 3/24, f. 11). Last occ. Est. of 1663 (BIHR XIX [1942], p. 17). No further occ.

Pamphlin, Robert Closet Keeper occ. 4 Apr. 1661 (pd. from Mids. 1660: LS 13/252, f. 42r and v). D. by 21 Mar. 1664 (Rimbault, p. 145; LC 3/25, f. 77).

Pamplin, William Groom of the Great Chamber 12 Feb. 1782 (LC 3/67, p. 132). Occ. 1783-1790 (RK [1783], p. 75; last occ. ibid. [1790], p. 89). Vac. by 1791 (Ibid. [1791], p. 89).

Panniot, Benjamin Gentleman Sewer 5 May 1773 (LC 3/67, p. 61). Office abolished 14 Nov. 1782 (LS 13/117, pp. 72, 73).

Panton, Edward Gentleman Pensioner in Extraordinary 11 Aug. 1660 (Badminton MSS Fm H 2/4/1, f. 61v). No further occ.

Panton, Henry Page of Honour 26 Dec. 1727 (LS 13/201, f. 33v). Vac. by 2 Oct. 1731 (Ibid., f. 47v).

Panton, James Yeoman of the Guard 17 Sept. 1770 (LC 3/58, p. 397). Pd. to 5 Jan. 1798 (AO 3/106/1-19). Vac. by 5 Jan. 1799 (Ibid., no. 20).

Panton, Thomas Equerry 20 Jan. 1708 (LS 13/199, f. 49v; LS 13/200, f. 13v; LS 13/201, f. 23). Res. by 19 Apr. 1743 (LS 13/201, f. 87v).
--Keeper of the Racehorses 19 Mar. 1728 (LS 13/262, f. 19v; LS 13/203, f. 12v). Office abolished 7 Nov. 1782 (MOH PB 1, pp. 164, 168-9).

Panton, Thomas Groom of the Removing Wardrobe 1 Mar. 1760 (LC 3/66, p. 72; LC 3/67, p. 20). Office abolished 14 Nov. 1782 (LS 13/117, pp. 72, 73).

Paramester, --- Musician of the Roman Catholic Chapel Royal (Gregorian) 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.

Parance, Edward Yeoman of the Guard occ. 1748 (Chamberlayne [1748] II iii, 134). Vac. by Est. of 5 Apr. 1755 (Ibid. [1755] II iii, 131-32).

Pardey, Susanna [Necessary Woman] to Sweep and Clean the Galleries at Whitehall Chapel vac. by 6 May 1830 (LC 3/69, p. 147).

Pardoe (Pascloe), Thomas Jeweler in Ordinary [?w/o fee] 2 Apr. 1673 (LC 7/1, f. 57v). No further occ.

Parent, Lewis Groom of the Great Chamber in Ordinary [w/o fee] 10 Nov. 1673 (LC 3/27, f. 16v). No further occ.

Paris, Erasmus Supernumerary Turnbroach of the [Privy] Kitchen Est. of 30 June 1674 (LS 13/36, f. 20v). Vac. by Est. of 9 Jan. 1680 (LS 13/37, f. 20v).

Parish, Francis Waterman 7 May 1737 (LC 3/65, p. 57). Surr. by 5 Apr. 1739 (Ibid., p. 94).

Parish, Matthew Supernumerary Groom of the Scalding House 30 Aug. 1677 (LS 13/254, f. 19). D. 25 May 1678 (LS 13/9, f. 13).

Parke, Benjamin Preaching Chaplain at Whitehall occ. 19 Oct. 1788-1805 (Wh Pbk 1). Vac. 1806 (Ibid.).

Parke (Parkes), Edward Scourer of the Privy Kitchen 2 Jan. 1684 (LS 13/9, f. 8A). Vac. 6 Feb. 1685 on d. of Charles II. Supernumerary Scourer of the Privy Kitchen Est. of 1 Apr. 1689 (LS 13/39, p. 28). Ev. vac. by Est. of 1 Oct. 1699 (LS 13/40, p. 26).

Parke, John Musician first occ. 1788 (RK [1788], p. 90). D. 4 Aug. 1829 (LC 1/13, no. 997; LC 3/69, p. 142; New Grove XIV, 227 gives 2 Aug.)

Parker, Charles Page of Honour 30 July 1794 (MOH WB 2, p. 105). Vac. by 8 Mar. 1800 (Ibid. p. 159).

Parker, Charles F. Preaching Chaplain at Whitehall occ. 17 Dec. 1815-1818 (Wh Pbk 1). Vac. 1819 (Ibid.).

Parker, Daniel Wine Porter 9 Nov. 1682 (LS 13/254, f. 50). Vac. 6 Feb. 1685 on d. of Charles II. Wine Porter 18 May 1689 (LS 13/10, f. 13v). D. by 14 Mar. 1691 (LS 13/10, f. 13v).

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

Parker, David Page of the Backstairs at the Mews first occ. Est. of 29 Nov. 1760 (MOH WB 1, p. 15). Office abolished by Est. of 6 Apr. 1812 (MOH EB 4).
--Under Clerk of the Stables 27 May 1772 (MOH PB 1, p. 191-92). Office abolished 7 Nov. 1782 (Ibid. 1, pp. 153, 168-69). Clerk of the Stables 29 Mar. 1783 (MOH WB 2 p. 20). Last occ. 1811 (RK [1810], p. 136). Vac. by 1812 (Ibid. [1812], p. 127).

Parker, Edgar [Third] Groom Porter at Gate 29 Sept. 1720 (LS 13/261, f. 30v; LS 13/263, f. 10v). Second Groom Porter at Gate 2 June 1729 (LS 13/263, f. 38). First Groom Porter at Gate 1 Jan. 1734 (Ibid., f. 56v). D. by 1 Jan. 1735 (Ibid., f. 61).

Parker, George (Parker) styled Viscount (succ. as 4th Earl of Macclesfield 9 Feb. 1795) Comptroller of the Household 5 Apr. 1791 (LS 13/265, ff. 62v-63). Gentleman of the Bedchamber 27 Apr. 1797 (LC 3/68, p. 40). Captain of the Yeomen of the Guard 27 June 1804 (HO 38/10, pp. 508-9; HO 38/28, p. 206). Res. by 4 Dec. 1830 (LC 3/70, p. 51).

Parker, Grace Necessary Woman (to the Ballroom at St. James's) 11 Oct. 1830 (LC 3/70, p. 3). Last occ. 1858 (RK [1858], p. 148). Vac. by 1859 (Ibid. [1859], p. 149).

Parker, Henry Sergeant of the Vestry 1687 (Lovegrove MS., p. 66; Baldwin, p. 438; LS 13/198, f. 22v; LS 13/199, f. 19v). D. 13 Mar. 1715 (Rimbault, p. 134).

Parker, Henry Waterman [5 Apr. 1689] (LC 3/32, p. 89). Vac. by c. 1694 (Ibid.).

Parker (Packer), James Gentleman Pensioner occ. 1762-1788 (CCR [1762], p. 94; last occ. RK [1788], p. 98). Vac. by 1789 (Ibid. [1789], p. 98).

Parker, Isabella (see Strode).

Parker, John Gentleman Pensioner in Extraordinary 20 Apr. 1665 (Badminton MSS Fm H 2/4/1, f. 64v). No further occ (?same as below).

Parker, John Gentleman Pensioner 14 Mar. 1674 (Badminton MSS Fm H 2/4/1, f. 24v). Vac. by 22 Mar. 1676 (Ibid., f. 25v).

Parker, John Groom of the Great Chamber in Ordinary [?w/o fee] 16 Dec. 1682 (LC 3/28, f. 62). No further occ.

Parker, John Messenger in Extraordinary 26 Aug. 1741 (LC 3/65, p. 127). Messenger 18 Mar. 1742 (Ibid., p. 136). D. by 27 May 1748 (Ibid., p. 224).

Parker, Robert Porter of the Bread Pantry (Breadbearer) 19 Sept. 1787 (LS 13/204, f. 114v). Groom of the Cellar 6 Jan. 1788 (LS 13/267, f. 13). D. by 25 Apr. 1808 (Ibid., f. 55v).

Parker, Roger Page of the Presence Chamber in Extraordinary 30 Aug. 1662 (LC 3/26, f. 125). No further occ.

Parker, Thomas Housekeeper at the Cockpit (from 1782 at Whitehall) 8 Feb. 1755 (LC 3/65, p. 286; LC 3/67, p. 51; AO 1/427/1). D. by 4 Feb. 1798 (LC 3/68, p. 68).

Parker, Thomas Lister Sergeant Trumpeter 27 Feb. 1827 (LC 3/69, p. 109; LC 3/70, p. 5). D. by 8 May 1858 (LC 5/237, p. 180).

Parker, W. Preaching Chaplain at Whitehall occ. 1 May 1748-1751 (Wh Pbk 1). Vac. 1752 (Ibid.).

Parker, William Waterman occ. [1660]-1663 (LC 3/2, f. 31; last occ. Est. of 1663: BIHR XIX [1942-43], p. 23; nl LC 3/24-28). Vac. n.d. temp. Charles II.

Parker, William Groom of the Great Chamber in Extraordinary 7 July 1662 (LC 3/26, f. 136). No further occ.

Parker, William Yeoman of the Guard d. by 15 Jan. 1695 (Register, St. Margaret's, Westm.).

Parker, William Gentleman Pensioner pd. from 29 Sept. 1700 to 25 Dec. 1706 (E 407/2/77-83). Last occ. 1710 (Chamberlayne [1710], p. 550). Vac. 4 Jan. 1710 (LC 5/166, p. 16, reversed).

Parker, William Messenger 9 Dec. 1715 (LC 3/63, p. 127). Surr. by 7 June 1727 (LC 3/64, p. 46).

Parker, William Chaplain 15 Aug. 1754 (LC 3/65, p. 282; LC 3/67, p. 23). D. 22 July 1802 (LC 3/68, p. 72; DNB XLIII, 286).

Parker, William Clerk of Stables gt. of reversion 11 Mar. 1800 (MOH WB 1, p. 70). Clerk of the Stables occ. 1812-1827 (RK [1812], p. 127; last occ. ibid. [1827], p. 126; sl MOH SB1 to 5 Apr. 1828). Vac. by 1828 (RK [1828], p. 126).
--Page of the Backstairs in reversion (on surr. of David Parker) 11 Mar. 1800 (MOH WB 1, p. 70). Did not succeed.

Parkes, C. Second Roast in Cook at Carlton House (from 1830 Roasting Cook) pd. from 5 Apr. 1822 to 7 Aug. 1830 (LS 248-56, f. 5). Vac. 8 Aug. 1830 (LS 2/56, f. 5).

Parkes, Edward Scourer of the Queen's Privy Kitchen Est. of 1 July 1685 (LS 13/38, f. 11) Supernumerary Scourer of the Queen's Privy Kitchen Est. of 1 Apr. 1689 (LS 13/39, p. 28). Vac. by Est. of 1 Oct. 1699 (LS 13/40, p. 26).

Parkes, William Groom Huntsman of the Buckhounds 31 Dec. 1678 (LC 3/28, f. 72). Surr. by 22 Mar. 1679 (Ibid.).

Parkin, Thomas Messenger to the Wardrobe Office occ. 1783-1805 (RK [1783], p. 90; last occ. ibid. [1805], p. 110). D. by 2 June 1810 (LC 3/68, p. 125).

Parkinson, Edward Turnbroach of the [Privy] Kitchen Est. of 1 July 1702 (LS 13/43, f. 12v). Vac. 1 Aug. 1714 on d. of Anne.

Parkinson, T. Preaching Chaplain at Whitehall occ. 6 Oct. 1785-1789 (Wh Pbk 1). Vac. 1790 (Ibid.).

Parkinson, Thomas Musician in Extraordinary (in Ordinary w/o fee) 2 Nov. 1695 (RECM II, 56 citing LC 5/151, p. 426). Musician 16 July 1700 (LC 5/166, p. 47; LC 3/5, f. 15). Surr. by 13 Sept. 1709 (LC 5/166, p. 234).

Parks, Charles Porter to the Clerk of the Kitchen's Office 1 Aug. 1776 (LS 13/203, f. 122). Vac. by 25 Jan. 1777 (Ibid., f. 122v).

Parks (Parker, Parkes), John Turnbroach of the Kitchen 5 Jan. 1781 (LS 13/203, f. 125). D. by 6 Jan. 1808 (LS 13/204, f. 124v).

Parks (Parkes), Walter Supernumerary Salsaryman [to the Pastry] Est. of 1 July 1685 (LS 13/38, f. 13v). Salsaryman [to the Pastry] 20 Mar. 1689 (LS 13/256). D. by 25 June 1691 (Ibid.).

Parnell, John Doorkeeper of the Queen's Privy Kitchen 1 Jan. 1735 (LS 13/201, f. 119). D. by 1 July 1738 (Ibid., f. 121).

Parnell, Thomas Post and Letter Carrier to the Household 23 Oct. 1660 (LC 3/25, f. 75). D. by 11 Apr. 1666 (LC 3/25, f. 75).

Parnham, George Stud Helper 2 Jan. 1794 (MOH WB 1, p. 144). Office abolished by Est. of 6 Apr. 1812 (EB 4, p. 10).

Parnham, Thomas Groom of the Hobby Stable 9 Oct. 1767 (LS 13/203, f. 54v). Stud Keeper and First Groom of the Stud 19 Dec. 1770 (MOH WB 1, p. 118). Vac. by 6 July 1801 (MOH LB C, p. 176).

Parnham, William Second Assistant Rider 4 July 1776 (MOH WB 1, p. 59). [?First] Assistant Rider c. 29 Mar. 1778 (Conjectural date based on vac. created by promotion of Thomas Smith: Ibid., p. 56; MOH PB 1, pp. 138-39). Second Yeoman Rider 23 Mar. 1790 (MOH WB 1, p. 65). Res. by 31 July 1795 (Ibid., p. 68).

Parquot, Anthony Jacob Gentleman Pensioner pd. from 5 Apr. 1803 to 5 July 1806 (E 407/2/168-176). Vac. by 5 July 1806 (Ibid., no. 177).

Parquot, Peter Gentleman Pensioner pd. from 25 Mar. 1744 (E 407/2/119). Last occ. 1750 (CCR [1750], p. 93). Vac. by 1751 (Ibid. [1753], p. 96).

Parrat, George Footman 25 Mar.1754 (LS 13/202, f. 13v). D. by 8 July 1754 (Ibid., f. 15).

Parratt (Parrott), Charles Watchman of St. James's 'and for looking after the Sesspools there' 1 July 1740 (LS 13/201, f. 121; LS 13/55). D. by 13 Mar. 1787 (LS 13/204, ff. 113v-114).

Parrot, Anthony Jacob Gentleman Pensioner occ. 1804-1806 (RK [1804], p. 119; last occ. ibid. [1806], p. 119). Vac. by 1807 (Ibid. [1807], p. 119).

Parrot, Sir Harbert, kt. Gentleman Pensioner in Extraordinary 27 Jan. 1662 (Badminton MSS Fm H 2/4/1, f. 63). No further occ.

Parry (Parrey; Barrey), Benjamin Chaplain in Ordinary 25 Jan. 1671 (LC 3/26, f. 33). Chaplain in Waiting c. 25 June 1671 (on d. of Giles Thorne: LC 3/24, f. 14; AO I, 1479). Occ. Est. of June 1671-1676 (LC 3/27, f. 99; Chamberlayne [1672], p. 186; LC 3/24, f. 14; last occ. Chamberlayne [1676], p. 163). Vac. by 1677 (Chamberlayne [1677], pp. 163-64; LC 7/1, f. 54v).

Parry, Hugh Second Groom of the Scalding House 1 July 1724 (LS 13/261, f. 42v). First Groom of the Scalding House 1 July 1727 (LS 13/263, f. 14). Yeoman of the Scalding House 27 Oct. 1729 (Ibid., f. 41). D. 5 Oct. 1757 (LS 13/264 f. 30v; London Magazine [1757], p. 516).

Parry, John Messenger 25 Mar. 1721 (LC 3/63, p. 243; LC 3/64, p. 58). D. by 12 Sept. 1751 (LC 3/65, p. 253).

Parry, John K. Woolen Draper 12 Oct. 1768 (LC 3/68, p. 33). No further occ.

Parry, Richard Groom Huntsman of the Buckhounds 2 Nov. 1676 (LC 3/28, f. 72). Last occ. 22 Apr. 1690 (LC 9/342).

Parry, Thomas First Groom of the Almonry 6 Mar. 1661 (LS 13/7, f. 13). D. 1 Feb. 1664 (LS 13/8, f. 12).

Parsey, John Doorkeeper of the Kitchen 12 Dec. 1784 (LS 13/204, f. 112v). Pd. to 10 July 1815 when the position was abolished (LS 2/41).

Parsons, Charles Marshal of the Hall 22 Mar. 1689 (LS 13/256). Office abolished by Est. of 1 Oct. 1699 (LS 13/40, p. 27). Marshal of the Hall 3 July 1702 (LS 13/259, f. 16v; LS 13/261, f. 10v). ?Vac. 1 Jan. 1716 when position to determine (LS 13/44, f. 14v).

Parsons, Edward Messenger of the Avery 20 Apr. 1689 (LS 13/198, f. 32; LS 13/199, f. 8). Vac. by 20 Oct. 1702 (LS 13/199, f. 36).

Parsons, Edward Tailcartaker 3 July 1702 (LS 13/259, f. 15). Second Groom of the Accompting House 4 Jan. 1705 (Ibid., f. 26). First Groom of the Accompting House 24 Apr. 1705 (Ibid., f. 27). Second Yeoman of the Accompting House 14 July 1707 (Ibid., f. 30v). First Yeoman of the Accompting House 24 Feb. 1711 (Ibid., f. 44). Clerk of the Woodyard, Scullery and Pastry 26 July 1714 (LS 13/258, f. 108v; LS 13/260, 26 Jan. 1715; LS 13/262, f. 9). Res. by 15 Sept. 1752 (LS 13/262, f. 60v).
--Assistant to the Clerks of the Green Cloth occ. 1702-1720 (CTB XVII, 1007; Chamberlayne [1710], p. 539; lastocc. PSBC, p. 19). Vac. by 1723 (Chamberlayne [1723] II iii, p. 535).

Parsons, Edward Groom of Privy Chamber 12 Aug. 1719 (LC 3/63, p. 210). Surr. by 25 Nov. 1720 (Ibid., p. 237).

Parsons, Edward Messenger to the Chancellor of the Exchequer 29 Apr. 1825. Trans. to the Treasury 1836 (Sainty, Treasury Officials, p. 95).

Parsons, Francis Porter of the Stables occ. Est. early 1685-Est. of 31 Mar. 1685 (Dartmouth MSS ox D [w] 1778/v/132). Vac. 11 Dec. 1688 on abd. of James II.

Parsons, G. Preaching Chaplain at Whitehall occ. 11 Feb. 1798 (Wh Pbk 1). Vac. 1799 (Ibid.).

Parsons, James Second Assistant Clerk to the Lord Chamberlain occ. 1786-1790 (sic) (RK [1786], p. 88; last occ. ibid. [1790], p. 88). D. by 8 Aug. 1789 (LC 3/68, p. 185).

Parsons, John Groom of the Privy Chamber 25 Nov. 1720 (LC 3/63, p. 237; LC 3/64, p. 115). D. by 7 June 1745 (LC 3/65, p. 187).

Parsons, Philip Assistant to the Clerks of the Green Cloth first occ. 1741 (Chamberlayne [1741] II, 243). Pd. from July 1761 to Dec. 1767 (LS 2/1-2).
--Clerk of the Woodyard, Scullery and Pastry 15 Sept. 1752 (LS 13/262, f. 60v). Rem. by 15 Dec. 1760 (LS 13/265, f. 7).
--Coroner of the Verge 16 Apr. 1762 (LS 13/266, f. 37). D. by 12 Feb. 1768 (Ibid., f. 54v).

Parsons, Richard Messenger to the Chancellor of the Exchequer 24 June 1699 (LC 5/166, p. 21). Vac. by 12 Apr. 1701 (Ibid., p. 55).

Parsons, Richard Yeoman of the Guard occ. 1707-1716 (Chamberlayne [1707] III, 556; last occ. ibid. [1716] II iii, 573). Vac. by 1718 (Miege [1718] I, 361).

Parsons, Robert Yeoman of the Guard occ. Est. of 20 Aug. 1667-Est. of c. 1685-88 [Yeoman Usher occ. list of 1 Oct. 1684] (Hennell, p. 257; LC 3/24, f. 27; A General and Compleat List, p. 2; last occ. LC 3/30, f. 71v). Vac. by 1694 (Chamberlayne [1694] II, 251-52).

Parsons, Robert[Fourth] Yeoman Harbinger 28 Mar. 1717 (LS 13/261, f. 20v). Second Yeoman Harbinger 1 Oct. 1720 (Ibid., f. 31). Third Yeoman Harbinger 1 July 1727 (LS 13/263, f. 21v). Second Yeoman Harbinger vac. by 16 May 1743. First Yeoman Harbinger 16 May 1743 (LS 13/263, f. 97v). Last occ. 1781 (RK [1781], p. 81). Vac. by 1 May 1780 when Thomas Stones replaced in this position (LS 13/263, f. 97v; LS 13/266, ff. 14v, 33v; 108v; listed third on Est. of 24 May 1769: LS 13/57).

Parsons, Robert Yeoman of the Guard occ. 1726-1727 (Chamberlayne [1726] II iii, 125; last occ. ibid. [1727] II iii, 176). Vac. by 1728 (Ibid. [1728] II iii, 189).

Parsons, Theophilus Bland Gentleman Pensioner occ. 1735-1736 (sic) (Chamberlayne [1735] II, 108; ibid. [1736] II 216). Vac. by 1 Jan. 1735 (LC 3/65, p. 70). Corporal of the Yeomen of the Guard 4 Apr. 1735 (SP 44/182, p. 103). Vac. by 30 Jan. 1745 (SP 44/185, p. 82).

Parsons, Thomas Groom of the Great Chamber [?in Extraordinary] 20 Aug. 1691 (LC 3/32, p. 32). No further occ.

Parsons, William (ktd. 27 Aug. 1795) Master of the Music first occ. 1787 (RK [1787], p. 90).
--Conductor of the Music first occ. 1787 (RK [1787], p. 90).

D. 19 July 1817 (DNB XLII, 425).

Parsons, William Yeoman of the Guard pd. from 7 June 1799 to 5 Jan. 1812 (AO 3/106/21-63). Last occ. Feb. 1813 (RA 1681 GEO ADD 17/79). No further occ.

Parton, Thomas Sergeant at Arms 18 Dec. 1824 (E 403/2495, p. 167; LC 3/70, p. 48). No further occ.

Partridg, Thomas Groom of the Great Chamber in Extraordinary 12 Dec. 1665 (LC 3/26, f. 136v, vacated: 'dead'). No further occ.

Partridge, James Groom of the Chamber 'in Ordinary without fee' 13 Mar. 1671 (LC 3/26, f. 140v, vacated: 'dead'). No further occ.

Partridge, John Physician in Extraordinary 30 Aug. 1671 (LC 3/27, f. 47). No further occ.

Partridge, William Locksmith in [Extra]Ordinary (to succ. John Wilkinson at d.) 6 Mar. 1677 (LC 3/28, f. 74). No further occ.

Paschall, George Third Groom of the Buttery 1 July 1745 (LS 13/263, f. 101v). Second Groom of the Buttery 1 June 1749 (Ibid., f. 119). D. by 9 May 1751 (LS 13/264, f. 11).

Paschall, Lewis Child of the Household Kitchen 8 Apr. 1668 (LS 13/9, f. 9A). Supernumerary Child of the Kitchen Est. of 1 Oct. 1668 (LS 13/35, f. 20; LS 13/36, f. 20). Vac. by Est. of 9 Jan. 1680 (LS 13/37, f. 15).

Pasche, Frederick W. Reader of the German Chapel occ. 1771-1794 (RK [1771], p. 80; last occ. ibid. [1794], p. 94). Vac. by 1795 (Ibid. [1795], p. 94).

Pasquier see du Pasquier

Pasquier, Stephen Watchman at the Cockpit 23 Mar. 1782 (LC 3/67, p. 131). D. by 7 Apr. 1802 (LC 3/68, p. 11).

Passmore, Robert Yeoman of the Guard occ. Est. of 20 Aug. 1667 (Hennell, p. 257). Vac. by Est. of 1673-78 (LC 3/24, f. 27).

Pate, Henry Gentleman Usher Quarter Waiter in Extraordinary 9 December 1665 (LC 3/26, f. 112). No further occ.

Pate, Richard Yeoman of the Guard occ. 1726-1742 [Yeoman Bedgoer occ. 1735-?1742] (Chamberlayne [1726] II iii, 125; ibid. [1735] II iii, 111; excused from duty ibid.; last occ. Miege [1742], p. 79). Vac. by 1743 (Chamberlayne [1743] II iii, 216-17).

Patefield, James Yeoman of the Guard occ 1726 (Chamberlayne [1726] II iii, 126). Vac. by 1727 (Chamberlayne [1727] II iii, 177). Yeoman of the Guard occ. 1728-1729 (Ibid. [1728] II iii, 189; last occ. ibid. [1729] II iii, 189). Vac. by 1735 (Ibid. [1735] II iii, 110-11).

Paterson, Andrew Yeoman of the Guard occ. Est. of 5 Apr. 1755-20 Apr. 1761 (Chamberlayne [1755] II iii, 132; last occ. LC 3/58, f. 84). No further occ. (Vac. by 5 Jan. 1784: AO 3/106/1).

Patriarch, Edward Gentleman Usher Quarter Waiter 25 Nov. 1695 (LC 3/57, p. 51). D. by 3 Nov. 1697 (LC 5/166, p. 4).

Patrick, Simon Chaplain in Waiting 1671 (AC I iii, 319). Occ. Est. of June 1671-1689 (LC 3/27, f. 99v; Chamberlayne [1672], p. 187; LC 3/24, f. 14; LC 3/30, f. 38v; LC 3/32, p. 48, vacated). Prob. res. 1689 on app. as Bishop of Chichester (AC I iii, 319; nom. 17 Sept., cons. 13 Oct. 1689: HBC, p. 240).

Patrickson, John Embroiderer [to the Robes] 10 Nov. 1714 (LC 3/63, p. 19; LC 3/8, f. 17). ?Office abolished on d. of George I, 11 June 1727.

Pattison, Edward Chemist in Ordinary [?w/o fee] 17 Jan. 1682 (LC 3/28, f. 28). No further occ.

Pattison, John Supernumerary Turnbroach of the [Privy] Kitchen Est. of 1 Oct. 1664 (LS 13/34, f. 27v). Vac. by Est. of 1 Oct. 1668 (LS 13/35, f. 20v).

Patton (Patten), Francis Sexton and Porter to the Foreign ('French and Dutch') Chapels 11 June 1726 (LS 13/200, f. 72; LS 13/201, f. 16). D. by 23 Apr. 1734 (LS 13/201, f. 54v).
--Porter of the Lutheran Chapel occ. 1731 (Miege [1731] I, 158). No further occ.

Paul (Paull), Sir William, Kt. Sergeant of the Carriages 22 Apr. 1672 (LS 13/197, f. 4). Vac. 6 Feb. 1685 on d. of Charles II.

Paul, William Daily Waiter in Hall 22 Nov. 1711 (LS 13/259, f. 46v; LS 13/261, f. 10v; reapp. 1727: LS 13/263, f. 24; place to det. at d.). No further occ.

Paul, William Second Groom of the Accompting House 27 July 1714 (LS 13/259, f. 59; LS 13/261 f. 1v). First Groom of the Accompting House 30 Dec. 1717 (LS 13/261, f. 24v; LS 13/263, f. 23v). D. by 1 Sept. 1729 (LS 13/263, f. 39v).

Paul, [William] Chaplain in Waiting occ. Est. of 1661 (Add. MSS. 36,781, f. 11v). Vac. by Est. of 1663 (BIHR XIX [1942], p. 17). Prob. res. 1663 on app. as Bishop of Oxford (nom. 16 June, cons. 20 Dec. 1663: HBC, p. 264).

Paulet, Lord Frederick Page of Honour 9 Mar. 1821 (MOH LB E, f. 405). Vac. by 19 June 1826 (Ibid. F, f. 367).

Pauncefort, Edward Yeoman of the Jewel Office 24 Dec. 1696 (LC 3/57, p. 65; LC 3/5, f. 12; LC 3/63, p. 94). Vac. by 5 Oct. 1725 (LC 3/64, p. 20).

Pavanarious (Pavonarius, Pavanarius), Ann Joint Laundress of the [Table and] Household 15 Dec. 1760 (LS 13/266, ff. 19v, 29). Vac. by 1 Apr. 1769 on app. of Anne Robinson (?pos. same person; LS 2/4).

Pavey, Samuel Supernumerary Second Conduit of the Bakehouse 10 Jan. 1678 (in ord. w/o pay, to succ. at the next vacancy: LS 13/254, f. 22v; LS 13/9, f. 4). Vac. 6 Feb. 1685 on d. of Charles II.

Pavey, Thomas Supernumerary Page of the Chandry 1 July 1685 (LS 13/38, f. 13). Supernumerary Groom of the Chandry 4 Aug. 1684 (LS 13/9, f. 7). Vac. 6 Feb. 1685 on d. of Charles II. Second Groom of the Chandry 1 Feb. 1686 (LS 13/10, f. 6). Joint Groom of the Chandry 26 Mar. 1689 (LS 13/256). Vac. 8 Mar. 1702 on d. of William III.

Pavonarius, George, jun. Page of the Backstairs 26 Dec. 1760 (LC 3/67, p. 42: Groom of the Stole's warrant 19 Dec. 1760). D. by 31 Mar. 1770 (LS 13/203, f. 67).

Pawlett, Chidiock Keeper of the Privy Lodgings and Galleries at Whitehall 29 Sept. 1661 (LC 3/24, f. 11v; LC 3/30, f. 63v). Surr. by 13 May 1686 (LC 3/30, ff. 48v, 63v).

Pawlet (Pollet, Pellet), Epectus (Eppenetus) Messenger 26 June 1684 (LC 7/1, f. 66). Vac. 6 Feb. 1685 on d. of Charles II. Messenger 31 May 1686 (LC 3/30, f. 62; LC 3/29, f. 46v gives 31 May 1688). Vac. 11 Dec. 1688 on abd. of James II.

Pawlett, John Esquire of the Body in Extraordinary 14 Aug. 1660 (LC 3/26, f. 117). Sewer 'in Ordinary' (w/o fee) cert. renewed 25 June 1673 (LC 3/27, f. 25). No further occ.

Pawlett, Thomas Chaplain in Ordinary 24 Aug. 1673 (LC 3/27, f. 30v). No further occ.

Pawlett, William Keeper of the Privy Lodgings and Galleries at Whitehall (in reversion after d. of Chidiock Pawlett or Richard Champion) 15 Mar. 1676 (LC 3/28, f. 59). Keeper of the Privy Lodgings and Galleries at Whitehall 13 May 1686 (LC 3/30, f. 48v; LC 3/32, p. 62). Office ev. abolished c. 8 Mar. 1702 on d. of William III.

Pawlin, Richard Groom of the Great Chamber in Extraordinary 30 Apr. 1665 (LC 3/26, f. 136v). No further occ.

Pawling (Pawlin), William Sewer of the Chamber 27 June 1660 (LC 3/24, f. 8; LS 13/198, p. 8; LC 5/166, p. 84). D. by 4 Apr. 1705 (LC 5/166, p. 175).

Payne, Benjamin Groom of the Scullery 1 Jan. 1762 (LS 13/266 f. 36v). Pd. to 27 Jan. 1763 (LS 2/1). Table-Decker to the Maids of Honour pd. from 13 Jan. 1763 to 6 Jan. 1775 (CCR [1765], p. 94). D. by 6 Jan. 1775 (LS 13/266, f. 91).

Payne, George Preaching Chaplain at Whitehall occ. 17 Aug. 1739 (Wh Pbk 1). Vac. 1740 (Ibid.).

Payne, John Chaplain in Extraordinary 13 June 1681 (LC 3/28, f. 24v). Chaplain in Ordinary 6 Nov. 1682 (LC 3/28, f. 24v). No further occ.

Payne, John Messenger 8 Oct. 1782 (LC 3/67, p. 143). D. by 17 Mar. 1797 (LC 3/68, p. 39).

Payne, Jonathan Groom of the Chamber 'in Ordinary without fee' 22 Mar. 1671 (LC 3/26, f. 140v; cert. renewed 16 Nov. 1671: LC 3/27, f. 15). No further occ.

Payne, Michael Watchman of the Stables 22 Jan. 1805 (MOH WB 1, p. 161). Rem. (put upon pension) by 28 Feb. 1810 (Ibid., p. 168).

Payne, Sir Ralph, Kt. Third Clerk Comptroller of he Green Cloth 6 June 1777 (LS 13/265, f. 48). Second Clerk Comptroller of the Green Cloth 10 Dec. 1777 (Ibid., f. 48v). First Clerk Comptroller of the Green Cloth 1 July 1779 (Ibid., f. 50). Third Clerk of the Green Cloth 5 Sept. 1780 (Ibid., f. 51v). Office abolished 11 July 1782 (22 Geo. III, c. 82).

Payne, Robert Groom of the Great Chamber 22 Feb. 1821 (LC 3/69, p. 24; LC 3/70, p. 6). D. 2 Sept. 1851 (LC 5/237, p. 2).

Payne, Thomas Sergeant at Arms 21 Feb. 1663 (LC 3/24, f. 10; LC 3/30, p. 29; LC 3/31, p. 38). D. by 24 Nov. 1699 (LC 5/166, p. 28).

Payne, Thomas Groom of the Stables pd. from 5 Jan. 1828 (MOH SB 1, p. 2; LB F, p. 551). Coachman 6 July 1830 (MOH LB F, p. 550; SB 1, p. 96). D. 1 May 1835 (MOH SB 1, p. 203).

Payne, William Child of the Chapel Royal first occ. 1710 (Chamberlayne [1710] II iii, 534). Voice changed by 21 Dec. 1714 (LC 5/72).

Peach, Charles Child of the Chapel Royal first occ. 1716 (Chamberlayne [1716] II iii, 552). Voice changed by 27 May 1720 (LC 5/157, ff. 177v-78).

Peach, John Bottlegroom 31 Mar. 1685 (Dartmouth MSS ox D [w] 1778/v/132). Vac. 11 Dec. 1688 on abd. of James II.

Peach, John Bottlegroom 6 July 1702 (LS 13/199, f. 12v; LS 13/200, f. 17v; LS 13/201, f. 26). D. by 20 June 1737 (LS 13/201, f. 66).

Peach, Sarah Necessary Woman (to the Old Council Chamber and the Passage to the Chapel Royal at St. James's) occ. 14 Sept. 1716 (to be pd. from 1 Aug. 1714) (LC 5/156, f. 167; LC 3/64, p. 133; sl LC 3/11, f. 22). No further occ.

Peach, William Footman 6 July 1702 (LS 13/199, f. 10; LS 13/200 f. 18v). D. by 19 Sept. 1721 (LS 13/200, f. 57).

Peachey, James (succ. as 4th Bart. 30 June 1765; cr. Lord Selsey 13 Aug. 1794) Groom of the Bedchamber 27 Nov. 1760 (LC 3/67, pp. 8-9). Master of the Robes 10 June 1791 (HO 38/4, pp. 253-4). D. 1 Feb. 1808.

Peachey (Pechey), Thomas Groom Sumpterman 6 Jan. 1677 (LS 13/197, f. 91). Vac. 6 Feb. 1685 on d. of Charles II.

Peachey, William Cupbearer (or Carver or Sewer) in Reversion 13 Jan. 1685 (LC 3/28, f. 6v). No further occ.

Peacock, Henry Groom of the Chamber 'in Ordinary without fee' 18 Apr. 1671 (LC 3/26, f. 140v; cert. renewed 29 Jan. 1672: LC 3/27, f. 15v). No further occ.

Peacock, James Atkinson Sergeant at Arms 6 May 1820 (E 403/2492, p. 359; LC 3/70, p. 48). No further occ.

Peacock, John, sen. Woolen Draper 12 Oct. 1796 (LC 3/68, p. 33; LC 3/69, p. 8). No further occ.

Peacock, John, jun. Woolen Draper 5 Apr. 1820 (LC 3/69, p. 8; reapp. 1 Sept. 1830: ibid., p. 160). No further occ.

Peacock, Lewis Messenger to 'the Great Seal' [i.e., the Lord Chancellor] 23 Nov. 1815 (LC 3/68, p. 169). D. by 31 July 1827 (LC 3/69, p. 115).

Peacock, Robert Groom of the Great Chamber [?in ord w/o fee] cert. renewed 28 Nov. 1672 (LC 3/27, f. 15v). No further occ.

Peacock, William Trumpeter 22 Sept. 1661 (RECM I, 22 citing LC 5/137, p. 267). Last occ. 25 Sept. 1672 (Ibid., p. 119 citing LC 5/140, p. 105). Vac. by list of Feb. 1680 (Ibid., p. 233 citing LC 9/389 ii; acc. BDECM, p. 874, replaced by James Castle in 1670).

Peacock, William Messenger in Extraordinary 14 June 1662 (LC 3/26, f. 130v). Vac. n.d. temp. Charles II (Ibid.: vacated 'now Groom'). Groom of the Great Chamber [?in ord w/o fee] cert. renewed 28 Nov. 1672 (LC 3/27, f. 15v). No further occ.

Peake, 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. Groom of the Hunting Stable 28 Dec. 1689 (LS 13/198, f. 30). D. by 13 Sept. 1694 (Ibid., f. 48v).

Pearce, Benjamin Gentleman of the Chapel Royal (priest) 16 Dec. 1755 (LC 3/58, p. 39; EB 36, p. 40). D. by 9 Jan. 1771 (EB 36, p. 48; LS 13/203, f. 75).

Pearce, James Surgeon to the Household 22 Feb. 1673 (LC 3/24, f. 16). Surgeon to the Person 21 Feb. 1681 (Ibid.). Sergeant Surgeon 1 Mar. 1685 (LC 3/56, p. 8). Vac. 11 Dec. 1688 on abd. of James II.

Pearce, Robert Gentleman Pensioner pd. from 5 July 1799 (E 407/2/153). Occ. 1801-1821 (RK [1801], p. 119; last occ. ibid. [1821], p. 116). Vac. by 1822 (Ibid. [1822], pp. 118-19).

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

Pearce, Stephen Assistant Clerk of the Stables 6 July 1821 (MOH 2/256) Office abolished 1828 (MOH LB F, pp. 466, 485; however, cf. entry for John Cocum). Clerk of the Stables pd. from 5 Jan. 1828 (MOH SB1, p. 1). Occ. 1829-1830 (RK [1829], p. 126; last occ. ibid. [1830], p. 126). Assistant Clerk of the Stables 6 July 1830 (WB 5, sub. P). D. (as Third Clerk) 11 May 1850 (MOH SB 3, p. 233).

Pearce (Pierce, Peirse, Perse), Thomas Chaplain in Ordinary [1660] (LC 3/26, f. 32). Chaplain in Waiting occ. Est. of 1661-11 Dec. 1688 (Add. MSS. 36,781, f. 11; LC 3/24, f. 14; LC 3/30, f. 38v). Ev. vac. 11 Dec. 1688 on abd. of James II.

Pearce, Thomas Gentleman of the Chapel Royal (priest) 11 Aug. 1783 (LS 13/204, f. 15; LC 3/54, p. 20: app. to a second place, 29 Feb. 1792).
--Sub Dean of the Chapel Royal 29 Feb. 1792 (LS 13/204, f. 42v).

D. 23 Feb. 1803 (GM [1803] LXXIII [1], 199).

Pearce, Thomas Preaching Chaplain at Whitehall occ. 29 Aug. 1802 (Wh Pbk 1). Vac. 1803 (Ibid.).

Pearce, Vincent Chaplain in Extraordinary 28 May 1661 (LC 3/26, f. 127). No further occ.

Pearce, William Preaching Chaplain at Whitehall occ. 22 Nov. 1772-1786 (Wh Pbk 1). Vac. 1787 (Ibid.).

Pearce, Zachary Chaplain 11 Nov. 1721 (LC 3/63, p. 256; LC 3/64, p. 108). Prob. res. by 11 May 1748 on app. as Bishop of Bangor (LC 3/65, p. 223; cons. 21 Feb. 1748: HBC, p. 292).

Peare, Lewis Yeoman Huntsman of the Buckhounds 25 Nov. 1675 (LC 3/28, f. 72). Ev. vac. 6 Feb. 1685 on d. of Charles II.

Pearn, Robert Gentleman Pensioner occ. 1809-1833 (RK [1809], p. 135; last occ. ibid. [1833], p. 126). Res. by Jan. 1832 (Curling, p. 275).

Pearse, Brice Woolen Draper 5 Apr. 1820 (LC 3/69, p. 9; ibid., p. 160). Last occ. 1884 (RK [1884], p. 170). Vac. by 1885 (Ibid. [1885], p. 168).

Pearse, James Soil Carrier of the Kitchen 6 Jan. 1784 (LS 13/204, f. 111v) D. by 13 Feb. 1794 (Ibid., f. 118).

Pearse, John Fourth Turnbroach of the Queen's Privy Kitchen 1 July 1727 (LS 13/201, f. 113). ?Position abolished 20 Nov. 1737 on d. of Caroline. Turnbroach of the Privy Kitchen d. by 1 July 1741 (Ibid., f. 122v).

Pearse, John, sen. Woolen Draper vac. by 13 Apr. 1812 (LC 3/68, p. 131v).

Pearse, John, jun. Woolen Draper 13 Apr. 1812 (LC 3/68, p. 131v; LC 3/69, p. 9; ibid., p. 160). Last occ. 1884 (RK [1884], p. 170). Vac. by 1885 (Ibid. [1885], p. 168).

Pearson, Edwin (ktd. 4 May 1836) Corporal of the Yeomen of the Guard 1 June 1832 (HO 38/30, pp. 75-6). Lieutenant of the Yeomen of the Guard 13 Feb. 1836 (HO 38/33 pp. 343-4). Res. By 30 May 1842 (LC 3/71, p. 212).

Pearson, Hugh Nicholas Chaplain to the Household at Brighton 1 May 1821 (LC 3/69, p. 30). Occ. 1822-1833 (RK [1822], p. 126; last occ. ibid. [1833], p. 123). Vac. by 1834 (Ibid. [1834], p. 123).
--Chaplain 4 Feb. 1823 (LC 3/69, p. 50). Res. by 7 May 1823 on app. as Dean of Salisbury (Ibid., p. 54; nom. 6 Mar., installed 5 Apr. 1823: Fasti II, 618).

Pearson (Pierson), John Chaplain in Waiting 1660 (AC I iii, 331). Occ. Est. of 1661-1673 (Add. MSS. 36,781, f. 11; LC 3/24, f. 14; last occ. Chamberlayne [1673], p. 189). Prob. res. 1672-73 on app. as Bishop of Chester (AC I iii, 331; nom. 1 Dec. 1672, cons. 9 Feb. 1673: HBC, p. 238).

Pearson, Joseph Gentleman Pensioner occ. 1752-1761 (CCR [1752], p. 95; last occ. ibid. [1761], p. 95). D. in office 27 June 1761 (GM [1761] XXXI, 334).

Pearson, Richard Groom of the Great Chamber [?in ord w/o fee] cert. renewed 26 May 1671 (LC 3/27, f. 15). No further occ.

Pearson, Robert Groom of the Chamber 'in Ordinary without fee' 19 Feb. 1669 (LC 3/26, f. 139). No further occ.

Pearson, Symon Trumpeter in Extraordinary (w/o fee) 17 Jan. 1668 (BDECM, p. 892). Trumpeter 23 Dec. 1677 (RECM I, 176 citing LC 5/142, p. 177; LC 3/56, p. 41). Bur. 1 Apr. 1689 (RECM II, 24 citing LC 9/259, f. 64).

Pearson, Thomas Preaching Chaplain at Whitehall occ. 1 Aug. 1802-1803 (Wh Pbk 1). Vac. 1804 (Ibid.).

Pearson, William, sen. Messenger 7 May 1757 (LC 3/66, p. 26; LC 3/67, p. 39). D. by 7 Dec. 1772 (LC 3/58, p. 411).

Pearson, William [jun.] Messenger in Extraordinary occ. 1769 (RK [1769], p. 74). Messenger 10 Jan. 1770 (LC 3/58, p. 393; last occ. RK [1790], p. 90). Vac. by 1791 (RK [1791], pp. 89-90).

Pearson, William Postilion 25 Feb. 1814 (MOH LB C, p. 153; LB F, p. 550). Office abolished by Est. of 5 Apr. 1831 (MOH EB 1D, no. 2).

Peart, Henry Mender of the Pictures 1 Oct. 1672 (LC 3/27, f. 51v). No further occ. Pos. vac. by 9 Aug. 1682 on app. of Anthony Hobrafoth (LC 3/28, f. 60v).

Peat (Paitt), George Musician in Extraordinary 23 Jan. 1736 (LC 3/65, p. 41). Musician 25 Aug. 1737 (LC 3/65, p. 64; LC 3/67, p. 40). D. by 27 Dec. 1785 (LC 3/67, p. 179).

Peat, Sarah Water Heater 1 July 1769 (MOH WB 1, p. 116). D. by 27 Mar. 1802 (Ibid., p. 157).

Peat (Pratt; Prat; Peal), Thomas 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).

Peate (Peal), John Yeoman of the Guard occ. 1718-1723 (Miege [1718] I, 361; last occ. Chamberlayne [1723] II iii, 572). Vac. by 1726 (Chamberlayne [1726] II, 124-26).

Peck, William Page to the Robes 25 Nov. 1775 (LC 3/67, p. 82). Last occ. 1782 (Shelburne MSS. 125, p. 231). Office abolished 1782 (22 George III, c. 82).

Pedder, John [Supernumerary] Waterman 16 Mar. 1692 (LC 3/32, p. 92). No further occ.

Peddy, Charles Fourth Child of the Queen's Kitchen 1 Mar. 1734 (LS 13/263, f. 57v). Third Child of the Kitchen 1 Sept. 1735 (Ibid., f. 65v). Second Child of the Kitchen 16 June 1739 (Ibid., f. 77). First Child of the Kitchen 6 Oct. 1741 (Ibid., f. 87). Seventh Groom of the Kitchen 31 Aug. 1742 (Ibid., f. 91). Sixth Groom of the Kitchen vac. 1 Oct. 1745 (Ibid., f. 102v). Fifth Groom of the Kitchen 1 Oct. 1745 (Ibid.). Fourth Groom of the Kitchen 1 July 1747 (Ibid., f. 108v). Third Groom of the Kitchen 1 Aug. 1748 (Ibid., f. 114v). Second Groom of the Kitchen 1 Dec. 1748 (Ibid., f. 117). First Groom of the Kitchen 28 Mar. 1750 (LS 13/264, f. 5v). Seventh Yeoman of the Kitchen 17 Nov. 1750 (Ibid., f. 8). Sixth Yeoman of the Kitchen 22 Jan. 1753 (Ibid., f. 14). Fifth Yeoman of the Kitchen 22 Jan. 1754 (Ibid., f. 19v). Fourth Yeoman of the Kitchen 12 May 1757 (Ibid., f. 29; LS 13/266, f. 7). Office abolished by Est. of 1 July 1761 (LS 13/265, f. 20v; LS 13/55).

Pedley, Edward Verger to the Roman Catholic Chapel Royal occ. Est. of 20 Mar. 1688 (LS 13/255, f. 30v). Vac. 11 Dec. 1688 on abd. of James II.

Pedley (Pedly, Pedwy), Roger Messenger to the Chancellor of the Exchequer 14 Nov. 1680 (LC 7/1, f. 67; LC 3/56, p. 10). Vac. 11 Dec. 1688 on abd. of James II.

Pedley, William Chaplain in Extraordinary 16 Dec. 1680 (LC 3/28, f. 24). No further occ.

Peers (Pierce), Thomas Gentleman of the Chapel Royal 1660 (Baldwin, p. 421; initial app. in extraordinary 29 June 1620; in ordinary 26 Mar. 1624: BDECM, p. 891; Rimbault, p. 128). D. 10 Aug. 1666 (Rimbault, p. 14).

Pegge, Samuel Groom of the Privy Chamber 8 Oct. 1762 (LS 13/203, f. 32v). D. 22 May 1800 (DNB XLIV, 235).

Pegge, Strelley Groom of the Privy Chamber 3 June 1762 (LS 13/203, f. 31). D. by 6 July 1774 (LC 3/67, p. 69).

Peirce (Pearce), George Messenger 29 Sept. 1672 (LC 7/1, f. 64v). Vac. 6 Feb. 1685 on d. of Charles II. Messenger [6 Apr. 1689] (LC 3/32, p. 75). Surr. by 9 Apr. 1690 (Ibid., p. 76).

Peirce, Hugh Groom of the Boiling House 24 Aug. 1660 (LS 13/7, f. 10). Supernumerary Groom of the Boiling House Est. of 1 Oct. 1664 (LS 13/34, f. 26; LS 13/35, f. 19v). D. Dec. 1668 (LS 13/8, f. 9).

Peirce, John Groom of the Chamber 'in Ordinary without fee' 9 Nov. 1668 (LC 3/26, f. 138v). No further occ.

Peirce, Richard Yeoman of the Household Kitchen 22 Aug. 1660 (LS 13/9, f. 9). Master Cook of the Household Kitchen 9 July 1680 (LS 13/254, f. 35). D. 11 Nov. 1681 (LS 13/9, f. 9).

Peirce, Thomas Gentleman Pensioner 14 July 1704 (LC 5/166, p. 15 reversed). Pd. to 25 Mar. 1714 (E 407/2/86). Vac. 1 Aug. 1714 on d. of Anne (LC 3/63, p. 157).

Peirce, Vincent Groom of the Great Chamber in Extraordinary 16 Nov. [?1663] (LC 3/26, f. 136v). No further occ.

Peirce, William James Waterman 4 Nov. 1833 (LC 3/70, p. 103). No further occ.

Peirson, Henry Purveyor to the Robes in Extraordinary n.d. temp. Charles II (LC 3/26, f. 149). No further occ.

Peirson, Richard Chaplain in Extraordinary 5 July [1666] (LC 3/26, f. 128). No further occ.

Peisley, --- Preaching Chaplain at Whitehall occ. 19 Mar. 1727 (Wh Pbk 1). Vac. 1728 (Ibid.).

Pelham, Lady Catherine Housekeeper and Keeper of the Park at Greenwich occ. 1748 (Chamberlayne [1748] II iii, 113). Only the Keepership of the Park is listed from 1750 (CCR [1750], p. 82).

Pelham, Hon. George (Bishop of Bristol 1803, trans. to Exeter 1807, trans. to Lincoln 1820) Chaplain July 1802 (LC 3/68, p. 72). Res. by 6 Jan. 1803 on app. as Bishop of Bristol (Ibid., p. 74; nom. 3 Feb., cons. 27 Mar. 1803: HBC, p. 231). Clerk of the Closet 20 Dec. 1815 (LC 3/68, p. 173). D. 19 Jan. 1827 (DNB XLIV, 244).

Pelham, Hon. Henry Treasurer of the Chamber 30 May 1720 (LC 3/63, p. 227). Vac. by 12 Mar. 1722 (Ibid., p. 265).

Pelham, James Deputy Cofferer occ. 1749-1754 (CCR [1749], p. 91; last occ. ibid. [1754], p. 91). Vac. by 1755 (CCR [1755], p. 91).

Pelham, James Secretary to the Lord Chamberlain May 1719 (HRC [1719] IV, 24). D. 27 Dec. 1761 (HP 1754-90 III, 257).

Pelham, Thomas (Pelham) 2nd Lord see Pelham, Thomas

Pelham, Thomas (succ. as 2nd Lord Pelham 17 Nov. 1768) Comptroller of the Household 19 July 1765 (LS 13/265, f. 32v). Res. by 9 Mar. 1774 (Ibid., f. 44v). Master of the Great Wardrobe 27 Nov. 1775 (C 66/3757). Office abolished 11 July 1782 (22 Geo. III. c. 82).

Pelham, Thomas (Pelham) Lord Captain of the Yeomen of the Guard 6 June 1804 (HO 38/10, p. 494). App. 'refused and cancelled' (Ibid.).

Pell (Pett), Thomas Yeoman of the Guard occ. 1691-1710 (Hennell, p. 258; Chamberlayne [1694] II, 252; last occ. ibid. [1710] II iii, 551). Vac. by 1716 (ibid. [1716] II iii, 573-74).

Pell, John Sewer 'in Ordinary' (w/o fee) 21 Apr. 1670 (LC 3/26, f. 115v). No further occ.

Pelling, --- Chaplain in Ordinary 2 Jan. 1685 (LC 3/28, f. 33). No further occ.

Pelling, Edward Chaplain first occ. 1691 (Miege [1691] III, 163; LC 3/32, p. 49; LC 5/166, p. 87). Vac. 1 Aug. 1714 on d. of Anne.

Pelton (Poulton), Edward Falconer occ. Est. of 1661-Est. of 1663 (Add. MSS. 36,781, f. 17v; last occ. BIHR XIX [1943], p. 21). No further occ.

Pemberton, Christopher Robert Physician in Extraordinary to the Person 25 Jan. 1821 (LC 3/69 f. 22). D. 31 July 1822 (DNB XLIV, 279).

Pemberton, William Preaching Chaplain at Whitehall occ. 2 Aug. 1813-1815 (Wh Pbk 1). Vac. 1816 (Ibid.).

Pembroke, George Augustus (Herbert) 11th Earl of see Herbert, Lord

Pembroke, Henry (Herbert) 9th Earl of see Herbert, Lord

Pembroke, Henry (Herbert) 10th Earl of Gentleman of the Bedchamber 13 Jan. 1761 (LC 3/67, p. 7). Pd. to 27 Mar. 1762 (T 53/48, p. 331). Gentleman of the Bedchamber 8 Sept. 1769 (T 53/52, p. 488). Pd. to 5 Apr. 1780 (T 53/55, p. 64). Vac. by 15 Sept. 1780 (LC 3/67, p. 120).

Pendarvis, Thomas Chaplain in Extraordinary 20 July 1683 (LC 3/28, f. 25). No further occ.

Pendock, Philip Clerk of the Cheque of the Gentlemen Pensioners 9 Feb. 1712 (SP 44/357, p. 194; SP 44/358, p. 59). Vac. by 12 Apr. 1723 (LC 3/64, p. 6: app. of George Turner).

Pendrell, Charles Yeoman of the Guard occ. 19 Feb. 1806-Feb. 1813 (RA 1681 GEO ADD 17/79; last occ. ibid.). No further occ.

Pendrill, Edmund Footman occ. Est. of 28 Mar. 1682 (Dartmouth MSS ox D [w] 1778/v/132). Vac. by Est. of early 1685 (Ibid.).

Pendrill, Thomas Assistant [Scourer] of the Silver Scullery 1 Nov. 1778 (LS 13/266, f. 101v). Assistant Scourer of the Kitchen 6 Mar. 1779 (LS 13/266, f. 105). D. by 29 Mar. 1815 when the position was abolished (LS 2/41).

Penford, Francis Groom of the Chamber 'in Ordinary without fee' 20 Aug. 1669 (LC 3/26, f. 139v). No further occ.

Peniall (Penell, Pennell), Mathew Gentleman of the Chapel Royal first occ. list of 23 Apr. 1661 (Rimbault, p. 128). D. 12 Jan. 1667 (Ibid., p. 14).

Penn, Edward Sewer 'in Ordinary' (w/o fee) 15 Apr. 1669 (LC 3/26, f. 115v). No further occ.

Penn, Joseph Rat-killer 26 Aug. 1774 (LC 3/58, p. 419). D. by May 1779 (LC 3/67, p. 113).

Penn (Pen), Robert Wine Porter 28 Aug. 1660 (LS 13/7, f. 17). Supernumerary Wine Porter Est. of 1 Oct. 1664 (LS 13/34, f. 27). Vac. by Est. of 1 Oct. 1668 (LS 13/35).

Penn, Thomas, sen. Waterman at Pension Nov.1781 (LC 3/67, p. 129). Waterman 19 Dec. 1781 (Ibid., p. 130). D. by 19 May 1829 (LC 3/69, p. 141).

Penn, Thomas [jun.] Waterman 24 July 1830 (LC 3/70, p. 7). D. by 18 Mar. 1837 (Ibid., f. 187).

Penning, Thomas Clerk of the Scullery 14 Aug. 1660 (LS 13/7, f. 11v). Clerk of the Woodyard 27 Nov. 1661 (LS 13/252, f. 55v; listed as supernumerary on Est. of 1 Oct. 1664: LS 13/34, f. 26). Clerk of the Bakehouse 27 Nov. 1668 (LS 13/253, f. 14v). Res. by 26 May 1671 (LS 13/252 f. 188).

Penning, Thomas Gentleman Pensioner 19 Feb. 1730 (HRC [1730] XV, 21). Occ. 1735-1758 (Chamberlayne [1735] II, 108; last occ. CCR [1758], p. 94). Vac. by 1759 (Ibid. [1759], pp. 94-95).

Penninge, --- [Mrs. James] Seamstress (in Ord ?w/o fee) 17 July 1671 (LC 3/27, f. 41). No further occ.

Pennington, John Child of the Chapel Royal voice changed by 4 Dec. 1693 (RECM II, 50-51 citing LC 5/151, p. 284).

Penny (Penne; Penn), Anthony Daily Waiter in Hall 29 Sept. [1660] (LS 13/7, f. 14v). Res. by 16 June 1662 (LS 13/252, f. 231v).

Penny, Nathaniel Messenger to the Exchequer 13 June 1689 (LC 3/32, p. 79; last occ. Miege [1702], p. 86). Vac. 8 Mar. 1702 on d. of William III.

Penny, Richard Yeoman of the Guard pd. from 11 Sept. 1790 to 5 Jan. 1812 (AO 3/106/6-63). No further occ.

Pennyman, Thomas (?James) Gentleman Pensioner pd. from 25 Mar. 1725 to 25 Dec. 1741 (E 407/2/104-115). Vac. from 25 Dec. 1741 (Ibid., no. 116).

Pennyne (Penine, Penmyne), George Yeoman Huntsman of the Buckhounds 20 Sept. 1660 (LC 3/25, f. 68; Add. MSS. 36,781 lists him as a Groom Huntsman). D. by 31 Oct. 1671 (LC 3/26, f. 77v).

Penrose, James Surgeon in Extraordinary to Person 7 Nov. 1793 (LC 3/68, p. 3). Surgeon to the Household 4 May 1803 (Ibid., p. 78). D. 23 Nov. 1818 (GM [1818] LXXXVIII [2], 641).

Penruddock, Sir George, Kt. Gentleman Sewer 10 June 1660 (LC 3/24, f. 9). D. by 30 May 1664 (Ibid.).

Penry, Howell Chaplain in Extraordinary 21 Apr. 1684 (LC 3/28, f. 25). No further occ.

Penton, --- Chaplain by 1688 (LC 3/30, f. 37v). Ev. vac. 11 Dec. 1688 (Ibid.).

Penton, Henry Post and Letter Carrier occ. 1748 (Chamberlayne [1748] II iii, 113). No further occ.

Penton, Nicholas Waterman occ. [1660] (LC 3/2, f. 31; last occ. Est. of 1663: BIHR XIX [1942-43], p. 23). D. n.d. temp. Charles II (LC 3/25, f. 73).

Penton (Painton), Stephen 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).

Pepys, Lucas (cr. Bart. 22 Jan. 1784) Physician in Extraordinary to the Person 17 Jan. 1776 (LC 3/67, p. 85). Physician to the Person first occ. 1793 (RK [1793], p. 90). Vac. 29 Jan. 1820 on d. of George III.

Percall, John Preacher 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.

Perceval (Percival), Hon. Arthur Philip Chaplain 24 Jan. 1826 (LC 3/69, p. 90; LC 3/70, p. 11). Last occ. 1851 (RK [1851], p. 149). Vac. 1850 (AO II, 1097). D. 11 June 1853 (Ibid.).

Percival, Thomas Second Scourer of the Privy Kitchen Est. of 11 June 1727 (LS 13/49, p. 31). D. by 1 Jan. 1744 (LS 13/201, f. 124v).

Percivall, John Groom of the Chamber 'in Ordinary without fee' 16 Mar. 1665 (LC 3/26, f. 138). Sewer 'in Ordinary' (w/o fee) 4 Mar. 1672 (LC 3/27, f. 22). No further occ.

Percy, Benjamin Page of the Presence Chamber (First Class) 10 Aug. 1821 (LC 3/69, p. 38; LC 3/70, p. 9). Ret. by 22 July 1836 (LC 3/70, p. 171).

Percy, Thomas Chaplain first occ. 1770 (RK [1770], p. 79). Res. by 15 Dec. 1778 on app. as Dean of Carlisle (LC 3/67, p. 109; Fasti III, 248).

Perigal, Francis [Joint] Watchmaker 1 Jan. 1784 (LC 3/67, p. 162). No further occ.
--Clockmaker 5 Apr. 1820 (LC 3/69, p. 8). No further occ.

Perkins, Christopher Gentleman Pensioner occ. 1772 (RK [1772], p. 85). Vac. by 1773 (Ibid. [1773], p. 85).

Perkins, Edward Clerk to the Surveyor of the Great Wardrobe occ. 1682-1692 (Chamberlayne [1682] II, 248; last occ. Ibid. [1692]). Vac. by 1694 (Chamberlayne [1694]).

Perkins, Frederic David Chaplain 30 June 1823 (LC 3/69, p. 58; LC 3/70, p. 11). D. 19 Apr. 1856 (AO II, 1099)

Perkins, George Messenger 20 July 1660 (LC 7/1, f. 63; LC 3/2, f. 19v: 'old messenger'). D. by 20 Aug. 1661 (LC 7/1, ff. 63-64v).

Perkins, John Musician 24 Mar. 1758 (LC 3/66, p. 44; LC 3/67, p. 40). D. by 15 Apr. 1784 (LC 3/67, p. 165).

Perkins, John Waterman 31 July 1833 (LC 3/70, p. 96). No further occ.

Perkins, John David Chaplain 14 June 1816 (LC 3/68, p. 175). Res. by 30 June 1823 (LC 3/69, p. 58).

Perkins, Matthew Clerk of the Pastry 1 May 1690(LS 13/257, p. 54). Clerk of the Woodyard 8 Sept. 1691 (Ibid., p. 85). Vac. 8 Mar. 1702 on d. of William III.

Perkins, Robert Drum-major [Drummer] 7 Sept. 1715 (LC 3/63, p. 115). Occ. c. 1714-1727 (LC 3/7, f. 20). ?Vac. 11 June 1727 on d. of George I.

Perkins, William, sen. Waterman [1660] (LC 3/2, f. 31). D. by 17 Nov. 1680 (LC 3/28, f. 80).

Perkins, William, jun. Waterman 28 Nov. 1666 (LC 3/25, f. 73; nl LC 3/28). Prob. vac. 6 Feb. 1685 on d. of Charles II.

Perkins, William Sergeant of the Cellar 16 Nov. 1692 (LS 13/257, p. 102). Vac. 8 Mar. 1702 on d. of William III.

Perkins, William Footman to the Master of the Horse 15 Jan. 1728 (LS 13/201, f. 32). Footman 28 Feb. 1728 (Ibid., f. 35). Prob. vac. 25 Oct. 1760 on d. of George II.

Perkins, William Yeoman of the Guard occ. 1748-10 Feb. 1771 [Yeoman Hanger occ. Est. of 5 Apr. 1755; Yeoman Usher 10 Feb. 1771] (Chamberlayne [1748] II iii, 124; ibid. [1755] II iii, 132; LC 3/58, f. 83v; last occ. LC 3/58, p. 399). No further occ. Vac. by 5 Jan. 1784 (AO 3/106/1).

Perkyns, Humphrey Chaplain in Extraordinary 2 Nov. 1680 (LC 3/28, f. 24). No further occ.

Perll (Perle), Christian Trumpeter 21 Sept. 1689 (RECM II, 29 citing LC 5/149, p. 243). D. by 7 Oct. 1698 (LC 5/166, p. 11).

Perny, John (Bernard) Preaching Minister of the French Chapel 15 Aug. 1775 (LS 13/203, f. 90v). D. by 27 Sept. 1782 (NCB, p. 80).

Perrenchiefe (Perrinchief, Perenchief, Peventhief), Richard Chaplain in Ordinary 7 Mar. [1666] (LC 3/26, f. 32v). Chaplain in Waiting prob. app. c. 18 July 1667 (on d. of Francis Wilford: LC 3/25, f. 39v; AC I iv, 408). Occ. 1669-31 Aug. 1673 (LC 3/25, f. 39v; Chamberlayne [1669, 1st edn.], p. 271; LC 3/24, f. 14; last occ. Chamberlayne [1673], p. 189).
-- Sub Almoner first occ. Est. of 1 Oct. 1668 (LS 13/35, f. 27).

D. 31 Aug. 1673 (DNB XLV, 15).

Perrer, Daniel Tailcartaker 19 Nov. 1691 (LS 13/256). Diss. 1 Mar 1694 (for desertion: ibid.).

Perrin (Perin), George Supernumerary Gentleman Harbinger 24 Feb. 1672 (LS 13/253, f. 28). Gentleman Harbinger 1 Dec. 1673 (LS 13/9, f. 15). First Yeoman Harbinger 22 Apr. 1685 (LS 13/9, f. 15). Vac. 11 Dec. 1688 on abd. of James II. First Gentleman Harbinger 30 Mar. 1689 (LS 13/257, p. 7). D. 22 July 1689 (LS 13/10, f. 11).

Perry, -- Groom of Privy Chamber in Extraordinary 2 June 1740 (LC 3/65, p. 113). No further occ.

Perry, Humphry (Humphery) Waterman occ. [1660]-1663 (LC 3/2, f. 31; Add. MSS. 36,781, f. 15v; last occ. Est. of 1663: BIHR XIX [1942-43], p. 23). Res. n.d. temp. Charles II on app. of Thomas Buckley (LC 3/26, f. 82).

Perry, James Household Drummer 17 June 1830 (LC 3/69, p. 148). No further occ.

Perry, John Footman 6 Nov. 1680 (LS 13/197, f. 69v; Dartmouth MSS ox D [w] 1778/v/132). Vac. 11 Dec. 1688 on abd. of James II.

Perry, John Postilion 16 June 1744 (LS 13/201, f. 92v). D. by 15 June 1757 (LS 13/202, f. 23v).

Perry, Peter Sergeant at Arms to the City of London 9 Apr. 1742 (LC 3/65, p. 137). D. by 19 Jan. 1759 (LC 3/66, p. 57).

Perry (Parry), Richard Waterman 11 Dec. 1666 (LC 3/25, f. 73; LC 3/56, p. 37; LC 3/32, p. 89; LC 3/5, f. 15). D. by 30 Aug. 1710 (LC 5/166, f. 251).

Perry, Sarah Necessary Woman to the German Chancery 27 Feb. 1782 (LC 3/67, p. 133). Pd. to 5 Jan. 1764 (AO 1/427/2). Vac. by 5 Jan. 1784 (AO 1/427/3).

Perry, William Child of the Chapel Royal voice changed by 19 Dec. 1707 (RECM II, 91 citing LC 5/154, p. 297).

Perry (Parry), William Waterman 30 Sept. 1717 (LC 3/63, p. 176). Surr. by 31 July 1719 (Ibid., p. 209). Waterman at Pension 30 Nov. 1719 (LC 3/63, p. 217; LC 3/64, p. 116). D. by 16 Mar 1730 (LC 3/64, p. 201).

Perry (Parry), William Gentleman of the Chapel Royal 1 Nov. 1721 (Rimbault, p. 30; LS 13/201, f. 14v; EB 36, p. 40 [acc. RK [1774], p. 79, sworn into two places from this point. Vac. second place ibid. [1777], p. 78]). Bur. 30 Nov. 1777 (Reg. St. George's Windsor, p. 238).

Perry, William Watchman at the Cockpit 6 Jan. 1782 (LC 3/67, p. 133). D. by 8 May 1783 (LC 3/67, p. 152).

Persehouse, Peter Sergeant at Arms to the Lord Chancellor 19 Oct. 1696 (LC 3/57, p. 60). Surr. by 12 Mar. 1703 (LC 5/166, p. 129).

Peruzzi, Michael Firemaker to the Presence Chamber 6 Apr. 1818 (LS 13/267, f. 87v). Pd. from 6 Jan. 1830 to 5 July 1830 (LS 2/46-56, f. 13). Vac. 6 July 1830 on abolition of the office (LS 2/56, f. 3).

Peskett (Pestsell), John Keeper of the Park Gate at Kensington pd. from 22 Aug. 1798 to 5 July 1830 (LS 2/24-56, f. 3). Pd. to 5 July 1830, when office abolished (LS 2/56, f. 3).

Petch, William Page of the Backstairs 31 Mar. 1770 (LS 13/203, p. 82). D. by 11 Apr. 1771 (Ibid., p. 92).

Peter (Petre), Charles Surgeon to the Household Mar. 1689 (LC 3/57, pp. 24-5). Discharged by HM Command 22 May 1693 (Ibid.; :S 13/198, f. 44v).

Peter, John 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).

Peterborough, Henry (Mordaunt) 2nd Earl of Groom of the Stole 21 Apr. 1685 (LC 3/30, p. 7). Vac. 11 Dec. 1688 on abd. of James II.

Peterman, Rose Sewer of the Chamber 14 Oct. 1678 (LC 3/24, f. 8). Gentleman Usher Quarter Waiter 20 July 1682 (Ibid.). Vac. 6 Feb. 1685 on d. of Charles II.

Peters, Charles Physician in Extraordinary to the Person 5 Feb. 1734 (LC 3/65, p. 14). D. 1746 (DNB XLV, 68).

Peters, Henry Yeoman of the Bottles occ. Est. 1661 (Add. MSS. 36,781, f. 20). Supernumerary Yeoman of the Field in the Cellar to the Queen Est. of 1 Oct. 1664 (LS 13/34, f. 24v). First Yeoman of the Field 1 Oct. 1668 (LS 13/35, f. 26v). Vac. by Est. of 30 June 1674 (LS 13/36).

Peters, William Groom to the Master of the Horse 15 Jan. 1728 (LS 13/201, f. 32). Vac. by warrant of Apr. 1735 (Ibid., f. 5v).

Petersham, Charles (Stanhope) styled Viscount (succ. as 4th Earl of Harrington 15 Sept. 1829) Gentleman of the Bedchamber 10 Mar. 1812 (LC 3/68, p. 148). Res. by 20 Nov. 1829 (LC 3/69, p. 145).

Pether, James Footman 5 Sept. 1761 (LS 13/203, f. 25v). D. by 14 Apr. 1764 (Ibid., f. 37v).

Petit, Peter Surgeon in Extraordinary 20 June 1664 (LC 3/26, f. 145). No further occ.

Petkin (Pethine), Henry Yeoman of the Guard first occ. 1743 (Chamberlayne [1743] II iii, 216; LC 3/58, f. 84; last occ. AO 3/106/1-16). Pd. to 5 July 1795 (AO 3/106/16). Vac. by 5 Apr. 1796 (Ibid., no. 17).

Petkin (Pitkin), Roger Yeoman of the Guard occ. Est. of 20 Aug. 1667-Est. of c. 1673-78 (Hennell, p. 257; last occ. LC 3/24, f. 27). Vac. by 1678 (LC 3/24, f. 27).

Petres, Charles Clerk of the Household occ. 1741-1748 (Chamberlayne [1741] II iii, 228; last occ. Ibid. [1748] II iii, 112). Office delisted 1755 (Ibid. [1755).

Petre, Edward Clerk of the Closet 5 Nov. 1687 (LC 3/30, p. 5). Vac. 11 Dec. 1688 on abd. of James II.

Pett (Petts), Phineas Sewer of the Chamber in Extraordinary 26 Sept. 1664 (LC 3/26, f. 120v, vacated). Sewer of the Chamber 'in Ordinary without fee' 20 Feb. 1670 (Ibid., f. 123). No further occ.

Pett, Phineas Preaching Chaplain at Whitehall 1788 (AO II, 1103). Occ. 18 Jan. 1789-1795 (Wh Pbk 1). Vac. 1796 (Ibid.).

Pettingal, Thomas Preaching Chaplain at Whitehall occ. 5 Nov. 1780-1782 (Wh Pbk 1). Vac. 1783 (Ibid.).

Pettiward, Roger Lieutenant of Yeomen of Guard 6 June 1793 (HO 38/5, p. 220). Vac. by 27 Mar. 1794 (Ibid., p. 404).

Pettus (Pettys, Pettis, Pittis, Pittus), Thomas Chaplain in Ordinary 24 May 1672 (LC 3/27, f. 30). Chaplain in Waiting occ. 1677-1687 (LC 3/24, f. 14; Chamberlayne [1677], p. 163; LC 3/56, p. 28; last occ. Chamberlayne [1687], p. 157). D. 28 Dec. 1687 (AO I, 1170).

Pettus, Sir John, 3rd Bart. Cupbearer 10 Apr. 1675 (LC 3/24, f. 9; LC 3/56, p. 44; LC 3/31, p. 33). D. 29 Oct. 1698.

Petty, Grey Helper in the Stables 6 July 1830 (MOH WB 5, sub. P). Vac. by 1835-36 (MOH 2/256). Superannuated (as Helper) 1 Apr. 1845 (MOH SB 3, p. 77).

Petty, Uriah Yeoman of the Guard occ. 1707-1729 (Chamberlayne [1707] III, 556; last occ. ibid. [1729] II iii, 190). Vac. by 1735 (Ibid. [1735] II iii, 110-11).

Peuvice, Charles Groom of the Chamber 'in Ordinary without fee' 24 Dec. 1668 (LC 3/26, f. 139). No further occ.

Peyton, Yelverton Groom of the Privy Chamber 20 May 1678 (LC 3/24, f. 7). Surr. by 20 Aug. 1683 (Ibid.).

Pferinger, Christopher Breadbearer 1 Jan. 1743 (LS 3/201, f. 124v; LS 13/266, f. 17). Rem. by Est. of 1 July 1761 (LS 13/55; LS 13/265, f. 20v).

Phelps, Edmund Lieutenant of the Yeomen of the Guard 5 June 1809 (HO 38/13, p. 251). Vac. by 29 Aug. 1814 (HO 38/16, p. 374).

Phelps, George Waterman in Extraordinary 7 Sept. 1723 (LC 3/63, p. 293). Waterman 1 Feb. 1727 (LC 3/64, p. 31). Vac. 11 June 1727 on d. of George I.

Phelps, James Child of the Chapel Royal occ. c. 1779-87 (EB 32, p. 51). No further occ.

Phelps, John Waterman 14 Sept. 1727 (LC 3/64, p. 87). D. by 27 Aug. 1733 (LC 3/65, p. 5).

Phenney, John Groom of the Great Chamber in Extraordinary 23 Mar. 1663 (LC 3/26, f. 136). No further occ.

Phesant, Richard Sewer of the Chamber in Extraordinary 2 Oct. 1661 (LC 3/26, f. 120). No further occ.

Phesant, Richard Messenger 12 Feb. 1678 (LC 3/28, f. 67v). D. by 24 Dec. 1684 (Ibid., f. 68v).

Philiberre, John Baptista Musician for the Roman Catholic Chapel Royal and Organist occ. Est. of 20 Mar. 1688 (LS 13/255, f. 32). Vac. 11 Dec. 1688 on abd. of James II.

Philipps, Jenkin Thomas Historiographer 13 Nov. 1732 (LC 3/64, p. 247). D. 22 Feb. 1755 (DNB XLV, 170).

Philips, Griffants (Griffith) Messenger 2 Aug. 1710 (LC 5/166, p. 249; LC 3/63, p. 36). Vac. (ev. rem.) by 7 Sept. 1715 (Ibid., p. 113).

Philips (Phillips), John Waterman 9 Feb. 1761 (LC 3/58, f. 86v). D. by 10 Apr. 1766 (Ibid., p. 371).

Philips, William Waterman at Pension 23 Nov. 1785 (LC 3/67, p. 179). No further occ.

Phillipps, Bently Sewer of the Chamber 'in Ordinary without fee' 26 June 1665 (LC 3/26, f. 122). No further occ.

Phillips, Charles Henry Surgeon Extraordinary 13 Aug. 1830 (LC 3/69, p. 151). No further occ.

Philipps, Edward Barber to the Household 16 July 1662 (LS 13/9, f. 18). Vac. 6 Feb. 1685 on d. of Charles II.

Phillipps, Hector (?Victor) Esquire of the Body in Extraordinary 23 Feb. 1668 (LC 3/26, f. 117; cert. renewed [?as ord w/o fee] 21 June 1672: LC 3/27, f. 25). No further occ.

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

Phillipps, John Braizer to the Household 2 Sept. 1675 (LS 13/254, f. 11). Vac. 6 Feb. 1685 on d. of Charles II.

Phillipps, Thomas Sewer of the Chamber in Extraordinary 11 July 1665 (LC 3/26, f. 120v; cert renewed [ord /wo fee] 18 Sept. 1671: LC 3/27, f. 10). No further occ.

Phillips, Benjamin Sewer of the Chamber 7 Oct. 1735 (LC 3/65, p. 43). D. by 1 June 1756 (LC 3/66, p. 9).

Phillips, Charles Preaching Chaplain at Whitehall occ. 1 Oct. 1815-1817 (Wh Pbk 1 ; last occ. RK [1817], p. 135). Vac. by 1818 (Ibid. [1818], p. 135).

Phillips, Dorothy Laundress of the Table [and Household] 1 July 1727 (LS 13/263, f. 15v). D. by 12 Apr. 1755 (LS 13/264, f. 24).

Phillips, Edward Yeoman of the Guard occ. 1696-1716 (Hennell, p. 286; last occ. Chamberlayne [1716] II iii, 573). Vac. by 1718 (Miege [1718] I, 361). D. 24 Dec. 1724 acc. MI, St. George's Chapel, Windsor).

Phillips, Edward Messenger of the Accompting House 13 Mar. 1707 (LS 13/259, f. 30; LS 13/261, f. 2). Dismissed by 4 Mar. 1725 (LS 13/261, f. 44;LS 13/176, p.219).

Phillips, Evan Yeoman of the Guard occ. Feb. 1813 (RA 1681 GEO ADD 17/79). No further occ.

Phillips, Henry Clerk of the Cheque to the Messengers 13 Apr. 1682 (LC 3/24, f. 17). Surr. by 28 Apr. 1683 (Ibid.; Stowe 193, f. 66v; LC 3/28, f. 68v).

Phillips, James [Daily] Waiter in Hall in Extraordinary 15 Oct. 1686 (LS 13/10, f. 14v). Vac. 11 Dec. 1688 on abd. of James II.

Phillips, James Groom of the Great Chamber 4 Nov. 1795 (LC 3/68, p. 25). D. 26 Nov. 1821 (LC 3/69, p. 38).

Phillips, James Watchman at the Cockpit 5 Jan. 1815 (LC 3/68, p. 179). No further occ.

Phillips, John Messenger to the Chancellor of the Exchequer 15 May 1676 (LC 3/28, f. 67). D. by 13 Apr. 1678 (Ibid.).

Phillips, John Daily Waiter in Hall 25 Jan. 1695 (LS 13/256). Office abolished by Est. of 1 Oct. 1699 (LS 13/40, p. 27). Daily Waiter in Hall 3 July 1702 (LS 13/259, f. 20v; LS 13/261, f. 10v). Last occ. 1 July 1727 (LS 13/49, p. 35). No further occ.

Phillips, John Gentleman Usher Quarter Waiter 18 Apr. 1721 (LC 3/63 p. 244). Vac. 11 June 1727 on d. of George I.

Phillips, John Surgeon to the Household at Carlton House 10 July 1812 (LC 3/68, p. 147). Surgeon to the Household first occ. 1821 (RK [1821], p. 121; LC 3/70 f. 1). D. by 12 June 1840 (LC 3/71, p. 156).

Phillips, Martha Water Heater 27 Mar. 1802 (MOH WB 1, p. 157; LB F, p. 552). D. 14 Mar. 1858 (MOH SB 3A, p. 65).

Phillips, Meredith Chaplain in Extraordinary 28 Feb. 1680 (LC 3/28, f. 24). No further occ.

Phillips, Owen First Yeoman of the Vestry Aug. 1665 (Rimbault, p. 132). D. 26 Aug. 1675 (Ibid., p. 133).

Phillips, Richard Coachmaker 1 Jan. 1710 (LS 13/199, f. 57v; LS 13/200, f. 26v). Ev. vac. 11 June 1727 on d. of George I.

Phillips, Robert Groom of the Bedchamber 2 Feb. 1661 (LC 3/24, f. 3). Vac. 6 Feb. 1685 on d. of Charles II.

Phillips, Samuel Yeoman of the Guard occ. 1726-1729 (Chamberlayne [1726] II iii, 125; last occ. ibid. [1729] II iii, 189). Vac. by 1735 (Ibid. [1735] II iii, 110-11).

Phillips, Thomas Baker at Windsor 30 May 1792 (LS 13/267, f. 22v). No further occ.

Philo (Phylo), Johannes Michael Surgeon in Extraordinary 5 Oct. 1667 (LC 3/26, f. 145). Surgeon in Ordinary [?w/o fee] cert. renewed 24 Sept. 1672 (LC 3/27, f. 48; renewed again 3 May 1677: LC 3/28, f. 27v). No further occ.

Philopson, Brian Porter of the Great Wardrobe occ. 1748 (Chamberlayne [1748] II iii, 133). Vac. by 1755 (Chamberlayne [1755] II iii, 130; occ. again CCR [1757], p. 81). No further occ.

Philpot, Daniel First Master Cook of the Kitchen 15 Dec. 1760 (LS 13/265, ff. 4v, 18v). D. by 14 Apr. 1772 (Ibid., f. 43).

Philpot, H., Preaching Chaplain at Whitehall occ. 30 Apr. 1837-1839 (Wh Pbk 2; last occ. RK [1839], p. 123). Vac. 1840 (Ibid. [1840], p. 123).

Philpot, John Postilion 'to William Hainsworth, Coachman' 18 June 1768 (LS 13/203, f. 60; MOH WB 1, p. 27 gives 9 Jan., but p. 118 gives 18 June). Post Chaiseman c. 4 July 1777 (LS 13/203, ff. 100-101v). Coachman 6 Sept. 1779 (LS 13/203, f. 112). D. by 9 June 1785 (LS 13/204, f. 26v).

Philpot, Stephen Musician 6 Oct. 1760 (LC 3/66, p. 79; LC 3/67, p. 40). D. by 14 Dec. 1770 (LC 3/58, p. 403).

Philpott, John Chaplain in Extraordinary 23 Feb. 1662 (LC 3/26, f. 127v). No further occ.

Phipps, Jonathan Wathen Oculist 20 Apr. 1796 (LC 3/68, p. 30). Occ. 1805-1815 (RK [1805], p. 111; last occ ibid. [1815], p. 130). Vac. by 1816 (Ibid. [1816], p. 130).

Phipps, John Gentleman Pensioner occ. 1774-1794 (RK [1775], p. 81; last occ. ibid. [1794], p. 98). Vac. by 5 Jan. 1794 (E 407/2/139).

Phipps, John Coachman 27 Sept. 1792 (MOH WB 1, p. 142). D. by 18 Aug. 1808 (LS 13/204, f. 80).

Phipps (Phillips, Fipps), Nicholas Closet and Chapel Keeper at St. James [later Whitehall] 12 Feb. 1690 (LS 13/198, f. 32v; LS 13/199, f. 37 [St. James's]; Rimbault, p. 24). D. 20 Jan. 1704 (Rimbault, p. 134; LS 13/199, f. 38 [at Whitehall]).

Phipps, Thomas Groom of the Stables 1 Jan. 1714 (LS 13/199, f. 69; LS 13/200, f. 18v). Porter of the Great Mews in London (Porter of the Stables) 2 Dec. 1719 (LS 13/200, f. 48v; LS 13/201, f. 26). D. by 24 Sept. 1730 (LS 13/201, f. 45).

Pibus, Humphry Sewer of the Chamber 'in Ordinary without fee' 15 Mar. 1667 (LC 3/26, f. 122). No further occ.

Pick, William Yeoman of the Guard 6 July 1766 (LC 3/58, p. 381). No further occ. (Vac. by 5 Jan. 1784: AO 3/106/1).

Pickering, Margaret [Necessary Woman] to Clean the Tribune and Plate of the Sacristy of 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.

Picko (Pike, Picke), John (Thomas) Waterman 12 May 1685 (LC 3/56, p. 37). Waterman at Pension [8 May 1689] (LC 3/32, p. 92). D. by c. 1694-97 (LC 3/31, p. 89).

Picks, Edward Gentleman Pensioner in Extraordinary 4 May 1663 (Badminton MSS Fm H 2/4/1, f. 64). No further occ.

Pielat, Phineas Philibert Preaching Minister of the Dutch Chapel 1 Jan. 1722 (LS 13/200, f. 60; LS 13/201, f. 18). D. by 21 May 1742 (Rimbault, p. 54).

Pierce, Thomas Messenger to the Chancellor of the Exchequer 5 Aug. 1766 (E 403/2480, p. 283). Vac. by 1 July 1767 (Ibid., p. 317).

Pierman, John Second Groom Cartaker 26 Mar. 1689 (LS 13/256). D. 8 Sept. 1697 (LS 13/10, f. 12).

Pierrepont, Warnecomb Firemaker to the Presence Chamber 21 Nov. 1677 (LS 13/197, f. 45v). Ev. vac. by 6 Feb. 1685 on d. of Charles II. Chamber Keeper to the Maids of Honour occ. 10 Feb. 1686 (LS 13/255, f. 12). Ev. vac. 11 Dec. 1688 on abd. of James II.

Pigeon (Pegion), John Keeper of the Standing Wardrobe at the Tower of London 16 July 1660 (LC 7/1, f. 50v). D. by 29 Oct. 1664 (Ibid.; LC 3/24, f. 12v gives 'res').

Pigeon, John Messenger 16 Feb. 1664 (LC 7/1, f. 64). Vac. 6 Feb. 1685 on d. of Charles II.

Pigeon, Matthew Messenger 20 July 1660 (LC 7/1, f. 63). Res. by 16 Feb. 1664 (LC 3/25, f. 88v).

Pigg, Thomas Groom of the Great Chamber in Extraordinary 29 June 1661 (LC 3/26, f. 136). No further occ.

Piggott, Francis Child of the Chapel Royal occ. 14 Aug.-26 Sept. 1678 (RECM I, 183 citing LC 5/143, pp. 302-03). Voice changed by 28 Nov. 1683 (RECM I, 208 citing Lafontaine, untraced).

Pigot (Pigott, Peggott), Francis Organist of the Chapel Royal in Extraordinary 11 Dec. 1695 (Rimbault, p. 21). Organist of the Chapel Royal 24 Mar. 1697 (Rimbault, p. 21; LS 13/199, f. 20v [sworn in as Gentleman of the Chapel Royal]). D. 15 May 1704 (Rimbault, p. 25).

Pigott see Foster

Pigott, Henry Waiter to the Robes 12 Feb. 1711 (LC 5/166, p. 263). D. by 30 Apr. 1714 (Ibid., p. 308).

Pigott (Pygott), Martin Sewer of the Chamber in Extraordinary 21 Apr. 1664 (LC 3/26, f. 120v). Sewer of the Chamber [?in ord w/o fee] cert. renewed 23 May 1672 (LC 3/27, f. 20). No further occ.

Pike, Richard Waterman [1660] (LC 3/2, f. 31; LC 3/56, p. 37). D. by 11 Dec. 1688 (LC 3/30, f. 60v).

Pike, William Trumpeter in Extraordinary (w/o fee) 14 Sept. 1696 (BDECM, p. 896). Trumpeter 7 Oct. 1698 (LC 5/166, p. 11; ibid. p. 118). D. by 17 Mar. 1707 (LC 5/166, p. 194).

Pilcher, George Bellringer at Kensington 14 June 1749 (LS 13/201, f. 128v; LS 13/203, f. 115). Ev. vac. by 17 Dec. 1761 (LS 13/203, f. 116).

Pilcher, Stephen 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).

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

Pilkington, George Gentleman Pensioner in Extraordinary 27 Jan. 1662 (Badminton MSS Fm H 2/4/1, f. 63). No further occ.

Pilkington, John Gentleman Pensioner [in Extraordinary: 'in ordinary...in the place of John Bansleve Esq. when it shall please he shall dye'] 20 Dec. 1660 (Badminton MSS Fm H 2/4/1, f. 60 vacated). No further occ.

Pill, John Chaplain in Ordinary 19 Nov. 1673 (LC 3/27, f. 30v). No further occ.

Pilson, Richard [Assistant] Groom of the Privy Chamber 'in Ordinary Supernumerary' (w/o fee) 4 Mar. 1670 (LC 3/26, f. 108). No further occ.

Pilt (Pilton, alias Barrs), Richard Groom of the Chamber 'in Ordinary without fee' 21 Dec. 1669 (LC 3/26, f. 139v; cert. renewed 13 Jan. 1672: LC 3/27, f. 27). No further occ.

Pinck, Matthew Porter to the Great Wardrobe occ. 1693-1702 (Miege [1693] III, 392; last occ. ibid [1702] III, 84). Office deleted by 1704 (Chamberlayne [1704] III, 523).

Pinckney, Charles Gentleman Waiter 21 June 1660 (LC 3/24, f. 8v). D. by 29 Mar. 1678 (LC 7/1, f. 37).

Pinckney, George (Charles) Embroiderer 6 Oct. 1660 (LC 3/25, f. 61v). D. by 21 May 1680 (LC 3/61, f. 30).

Pinckney, Henry Under-Porter and Lamplighter [Third Porter] at Somerset House 27 Feb. 1717 (LS 13/261, f. 20). D. by 17 Sept. 1723 (Ibid., f. 38v).

Pinckney, John Gentleman Usher Quarter Waiter 9 July 1702 (LC 5/166, p. 89; LC 3/63, p. 43; LC 3/64, p. 113). D. by 1 Oct. 1731 (LC 3/64, p. 234).

Pinckney, Leonard Second Clerk of the Kitchen July 1660 (LS 13/7, f. 7). First Clerk of the Kitchen 14 Jan. 1661 (LS 13/252, f. 21). D. 13 Feb. 1667 (LS 13/8, f. 6).

Pine, John Chief Engraver of the Seals, Stamps, etc. occ. 1745-1756 (Chamberlayne [1745] II iii, 204; last occ. CCK [1756], 124). Vac. by 1757 (CCR [1757], p. 80).

Pinkney, William Gentleman of the Chapel Royal (priest) 16 Dec. 1740 (NCB, p. 32; LC 3/65, p. 155 gives 29 Dec.; EB 36, p. 39). D. by 24 Jan. 1774 (EB 36, p. 51).

Pinner, Henry Waterman 14 Sept. 1727 (LC 3/64, p. 87). D. by 10 Dec. 1755 (LC 3/66, p. 2).

Pipe, Edmund Supernumerary Turnbroach of the [Privy] Kitchen Est. of 30 June 1674 (LS 13/36, f. 26v). Vac. by Est. of 9 Jan. 1680 (LS 13/37, f. 20v).

Piper, Denis Gentleman Pensioner in Extraordinary 5 Oct. 1660 (Badminton MSS Fm H 2/4/1, f. 62). Dismissed ('Putt out by his Mats commande upon Complt of Coll. Appleyard': ibid.).

Pitcarne (Pickerne, ?Pickerney), Charles Falconer 11 Nov. 1662 (LC 3/26, f. 75v). Vac. by 8 June 1678 (LC 3/28, f. 71v).

Pitcher, Thomas [Supernumerary] Waterman 15 Feb. 1692 (LC 3/32, f. 92). No further occ.

Pitches, Richard Coachman 2 Nov. 1771 (LS 13/203, f. 78). Rem. (put 'upon a Pension') by 20 Jan. 1784 (LS 13/204, f. 18v).

Pithoys, John Chaplain in Ordinary 28 Jan. 1671 (LC 3/26, f. 33). No further occ.

Pitman (Pittman), Bartholemew Messenger 20 Sept. 1662 (LC 7/1, f. 64). Surr. by 14 Feb. 1672 (Ibid., f. 64r and v).

Pitman, [?William] Yeoman Huntsman of the Buckhounds occ. Est. of 1661 (Add. MSS. 36,781, f. 18). Vac. by 18 Nov. 1662 (LC 3/25, f. 68).

Pits (Pitt), Francis Yeoman of the Guard occ. 1710-1718 (Chamberlayne [1710] II iii, 552; last occ. Miege [1718] I, 361). Vac. by 1718 (Chamberlayne [1718] II iii, 138-39).

Pitt, George (cr. Lord Rivers 20 May 1776) Groom of the Bedchamber 11 Dec. 1760 (LC 3/67, p. 26). Res. 13 May 1770 (T 53/51, p. 452). Gentleman of the Bedchamber 11 Apr. 1782 (LC 3/67, p. 134; T 53/56, p. 47). D. 7 May 1803.

Pitt (Pitts, Pytt), John Brusher to the Robes 4 Sept. 1683 (LS 13/197, f. 99). Vac. 6 Feb. 1685 on d. of Charles II.

Pitt, Joseph Apothecary to the Person 1702 (LC 3/5, f. 10). D. by 22 July 1704 (LC 5/166, p. 167).

Pitt, Joseph [Third] Groom Porter at Gate 9 Feb. 1713 (LS 13/259, f. 51). Vac. 1 Aug. 1714 on d. of Anne.

Pitt, Robert Gentleman Pensioner pd. from 5 July 1778 (E 407/2/132). Occ. 1779-1813 (RK [1779], p. 83; last occ. ibid. [1813], p. 127). Vac. by 1814 (Ibid. [1814], p. 127).

Pitt, Samuel (John) Groom of the Robes 23 Sept. 1715 (LC 3/63, p. 119; LC 3/64, p. 118). D. by 4 Nov. 1729 (LC 3/64, p. 197).

Pitt, Samuel Woolen Draper 10 July 1798 (LC 3/68, p. 46). No further occ.

Pitt, William Locksmith and Bell Hanger at Birmingham 7 Dec. 1824 (LC 3/69, p. 74). No further occ.

Pitter, Robert (John) Gentleman Pensioner occ. 1822-1830 (RK [1822], p. 125; last occ. ibid. [1830], p. 125). Res. by Mar. 1830 (Curling, p. 274).

Pittin, Daniel Yeoman of the Guard occ. 1716 (Chamberlayne [1716] II iii, 573). Vac. by 1718 (Miege [1718] I, 361).

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

Pittman, William Sergeant of the Buckhounds 18 Nov. 1662 (LC 3/25, f. 68). Vac. by 4 Nov. 1676 (LC 3/28, f. 72).

Pitts, William Gentleman Pensioner occ. 1691-1692 (Miege [1691], p. 152; last occ. Chamberlayne [1692], p. 137). Vac. by 1693 (Miege [1693] III, 407).

Pix, Nathaniell Groom of the Great Chamber in Extraordinary 20 Dec. 1664 (LC 3/26, f. 136). No further occ.

Place, Thomas Page of the Bedchamber 22 July 1747 (LC 3/65, p. 210). D. 28 Oct. 1751 (GM [1751] XXI, 477).

Plampin, John Preaching Chaplain at Whitehall occ. 11 Dec. 1785-1793 (Wh Pbk 1). Vac. 1794 (Ibid.).

Planta, Andrew Joseph Preacher of the Dutch Chapel 26 Oct. 1772 (LS 13/203, f. 82). Occ. 1773 (RK [1773], p. 80). Vac. by 1774 (ibid. [1774], p. 80).

Plater, Thomas Groom of the Household Kitchen 22 Aug. 1660 (LS 13/8, f. 7; listed as supernumerary on Est. of 1 Oct. 1664: LS 13/34, f. 25). Vac. by 30 June 1674 (LS 13/36, f. 28v).

Platt, George Waterman first occ. 1661 (Add. MSS. 36781, f. 18v; LC 3/56, p. 37; LC 3/32, p. 89). Surr. c. 9 Jan. 1696 (LC 3/57, f. 48v).

Platt, Hugh Gentleman Pensioner in Extraordinary 24 Feb. 1662 (Badminton MSS Fm H 2/4/1, f. 63v). D. n.d. temp. Charles II (Ibid.).

Platt, John Yeoman of the Leash pd. from 25 Mar. 1689 to 8 Mar. 1702 (CTB XVII, 1022; patent dated 8 Mar. 1677). Office deleted 8 Mar. 1702 on d. of William III.

Platt, William Waterman 9 Jan. 1696 (LC 3/31, p. 86). D. by 11 June 1696 (LC 3/57, ff. 48v-49).

Plaut, Thomas 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).

Plaxton, William Gentleman Usher Quarter Waiter 15 June 1765 (LS 13/203, f. 44v). Vac. by 17 Oct. 1782 (LC 3/67, p. 143).

Player, Mathew Postilion 1 Aug. 1794 (MOH WB 1, p. 145). Helper in the Stables dismissed by 4 Mar. 1800 (Ibid., p. 153).

Playford, William Daily Waiter in Hall 11 Nov. 1662 (LS 13/252, f. 225v). Supernumerary Daily Waiter in Hall Est. of 1 Oct. 1664 (LS 13/34, f. 27). D. by Est. of 1 Oct. 1668 (LS 13/8, f. 14; LS 13/35).

Playter, Richard 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).

Playters, John Cupbearer 14 Dec. 1749 (LC 3/65, p. 238). Gentleman Usher Daily Waiter 3 July 1750 (Ibid., p. 241). D. 9 Apr. 1759 (GM [1759] XXIX, 194).

Pleasaunce, Foster Messenger to the Auditor for the Bishopric of Durham, Northumberland and the Archdeaconry of Richmond 1 June 1661 (LC 3/26, f. 130). No further occ.

Plimer (Plumer), John Gentleman Waiter 29 Oct. 1681 (LC 3/24, f. 8v). Vac. 6 Feb. 1685 on d. of Charles II.

Plodwell, Charles Groom of the Privy Chamber in Extraordinary 27 Jan. 1663 (LC 3/26, f. 109). No further occ.

Plowman, Thomas Helper in the Stables first occ. 1723 (Chamberlayne [1723], p. 557). Vac. 11 June 1727 on d. of George I.

Pluckington, John Waterman in Extraordinary (w/o fee to carry goods between Hampton Court and Whitehall) 22 Oct. 1691 (LC 3/32, p. 92). No further occ.

Pluckington, John Waterman 27 Apr. 1722 (LC 3/63, p. 266). Vac. 11 June 1727 on d. of George I. Waterman 24 Feb. 1731 (LC 3/64, p. 22; LC 3/58, f. 86v). D. by 13 Mar. 1778 (LC 3/67, p. 106).

Pluckington, Mathew Watermen in Ordinary w/o fee 23 June 1666 (LC 3/26, f. 153v). No further occ.

Pluckington, Robert Groom of the Crown [Coursers' or Great Horse] 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.

Plucknett, William 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).

Plume, Thomas Chaplain in Ordinary 5 Jan. 1682 (LC 3/28, f. 24v). No further occ.

Plummer (Plumer), Matthew Yeoman of the Guard occ. 1735-1742 (Chamberlayne [1735] II iii, 111; last occ. Miege [1742], p. 79). Vac. by 1743 (Chamberlayne [1743] Ii iii, 216-17).

Plummer, Thomas Yeoman Huntsman of the Buckhounds 25 Sept. 1660 (LC 3/25, f. 68; Add. MSS. 36,781, f. 18 lists him as a Groom Huntsman). Vac. by 18 Dec. 1677 (LC 3/28, f. 72).

Plummer, William Messenger 2 May 1716 (LC 3/63, p. 137). D. by 28 Apr. 1719 (Ibid., p. 204).

Plumptre, Charles Preaching Chaplain at Whitehall occ. 20 Aug. 1738-1745 (Wh Pbk 1). Vac. 1746 (Ibid.).

Plunkett, Edward Sewer 'in Ordinary' (w/o fee) 6 Aug. 1670 (LC 3/26, f. 115v). No further occ.

Plyme, William Extra Assistant Rider 17 June 1772 (MOH WB 1, p. 59; for term Extra Assistant Rider, see CCR [1784], p. 98). Second Assistant Rider first occ. 1783 (WB 2, p. 9). First Assistant Rider 23 Mar. 1790 (Conjectural date based on that of promotion of William Parnham: MOH LB C, p. 176). Last occ. Est. of 17 Aug. 1807 (MOH LB C, p. 176). Vac. by Est. of 6 Apr. 1812 (EB 4).

Pocock, Francis Assistant to the Yeoman and Groom of the Buttery 14 June 1793 (LS 13/267, f. 26v). Pd. to 10 July 1815 (LS 2/41).

Pocock, Francis Watchman at Kensington pd. from 22 Nov. 1822 to 5 July 1830 (LS 2/48-56). Vac. 6 July 1830 (LS 2/56, f. 3).

Pocock, George Footman 14 Aug. 1812 (LS 13/204, f. 88; MOH SB 1, p. 97; LB F, p. 551). Page of the Presence Chamber (Second Class) 13 May 1833 (LC 3/70, p. 93). Pensioned 23 Nov. 1839 (LS 2/65, f. 36). Rem. by 23 Nov. 1839 (LC 3/71, p. 147).

Pocock, George Bartholomew (ktd. 19 July 1821) Standard Bearer of the Gentlemen Pensioners (Gentlemen at Arms) 27 Aug. 1820 (HO 38/21, pp. 274-5; HO 38/28, p. 500). Vac. by 18 May 1836 (HO 38/34, p. 55: app. of Thomas Newley Reeve).

Pococke, Charles Under-Porter and Lamplighter [Third Porter] at Somerset House 29 Oct. 1726 (LS 13/261, f. 47v; LS 13/263, f. 21). D. by 10 May 1742 (LS 13/263, f. 90v).

Poe, William Esquire of the Body in Extraordinary 18 May 1665 (LC 3/26, f. 117). No further occ.

Pole, Sir Charles Morice, 1st Bart. Master of the Robes 24 July 1830 (LG [1830], p. 1580). D. 6 Sept. 1830 (DNB XLVI, 20).

Pole, Sir William, 4th Bart. Master of the Household 20 June 1712 (LS 13/258, f. 96). Rem. by 21 Oct. 1714 (LS 13/260: app. of Edmund Dunch).

Pole Tylney Long Wellesley, Hon. William Gentleman Usher Daily Waiter 23 July 1822 (LC 3/69, p. 41). Last occ. 1824 (RK (1824), p. 116).

Poley, Sir John, Kt. Gentleman Usher of the Privy Chamber 2 June 1660 (LC 3/24, f. 3). D. by 10 Nov. 1664 (Ibid.).

Poley, Richard Gentleman Usher Quarter Waiter 7 May 1757 (LC 3/66, p. 28; LC 3/67, p. 38). D. 23 Jan. 1770 (LS 13/203, f. 66; London Magazine [1770], p. 110).

Polhill, John Groom of the Chamber 'in Ordinary without fee' 16 May 1668 (LC 3/26, f. 138v). No further occ.

Polhill, John Bosenquet Preaching Chaplain at Whitehall 1799 (AC II v, 146). Occ. 19 Aug. 1799-1801 (Wh Pbk 1). Vac. 1802 (Ibid.).

Pollard, Sir Hugh, 2nd Bart. [Gentleman Usher of the Privy Chamber in Extraordinary] 9 Mar. 1661 (LC 3/26, f. 6).
--Comptroller of the Household 29 Jan. 1662 (LS 13/252, f. 67).

D. 27 Nov. 1666 (HP 1660-1690 III, 259).

Pollard, William Messenger [?6 Apr.] 1689 (LC 3/32, p. 74). Surr. by 2 July 1689 (Ibid.).

Pollard, William Sewer 'in Ordinary' (w/o fee) 24 Nov. 1670 (LC 3/26, f. 116; cert. renewed 13 May 1672: LC 3/27, f. 20). No further occ.

Pollard, William Drum-major [Drummer] (to Third Reg. of Footguards) 7 Feb. 1744 (LC 3/65, p. 165). Discharged by 23 Jan. 1747 (Ibid., p. 205).

Pollard, William Groom of the Great Chamber 12 Oct. 1832 (LC 3/70 f. 82). D. by 29 Jan. 1860 (LC 5/237, p. 255).

Pollet, Hugh Chaplain in Ordinary 27 Oct. 1681 (LC 3/28, f. 24v). No further occ.

Pollock, David Esquire Sadler 20 July 1798 (MOH WB 1, p. 255). Last occ. 1805 (RK [1805], p. 220). Prob. vac. by Est. of 6 Apr. 1812 when office abolished (EB 4).

Pollock, William Messenger in Extraordinary 30 May 1748 (LC 3/65, p. 225). Messenger 12 Sept. 1751 (Ibid., p. 253; LC 3/67, p. 39). D. by 2 Jan. 1779 (LC 3/67, p. 109).

Polson, William Falconer occ. 6 Sept. 1685 (LC 9/342). Ev. vac. 11 Dec. 1688 on abd. of James II.

Pom, Humphry Sewer of the Chamber in Extraordinary 10 Sept. 1663 (LC 3/26, f. 120v). No further occ.

Pomfret, George (Fermor) 2nd Earl of Gentleman of the Bedchamber 2 Aug. 1762 (T 52/54, p. 160). Vac. 14 Sept. 1780 (T 53/54, p. 226; T 53/55, p. 64).

Pons, James Samuel Reader of the Dutch Chapel beg. 25 Mar. 1825 (RK [1826], p. 122; last occ. ibid. [1835], p. 123). Position ?abolished by 1836 (Ibid. [1836], p. 124).
--Preacher of the Dutch Chapel beg. 25 Mar. 1825 (RK [1826], p. 122; last occ. ibid. [1835], p. 123). Position ?abolished by 1836 (Ibid. [1836], p. 124).

Ponton, Richard Stud Helper 29 Mar. 1796 (MOH WB 1, p. 148). D. by 21 July 1798 (Ibid., p. 150).

Pool, William Sergeant of Larder 1 May 1696 (LS 13/257 p. 145). Vac. 8 Mar. 1702 on d. of William III.

Poole, Francis Falconer [?18 Dec. 1689] (LC 3/32, p. 100). Office deleted 8 Mar. 1702 on d. of William III.

Poole (Pool), John Groom of the Stables 11 Nov. 1830 (MOH 2/256 ; SB 1, p. 78 gives 6 July). Superannuated (from Helper to the Stud] 1 Sept. 1851 (MOH SB 3, p. 287).

Poole, Nicholas [?Falconer and] Gamekeeper at Shelford and Milborne 26 Nov. 1684 (LC 3/24, f. 25). Falconer first occ. 6 Sept. 1685 (LC 9/342; LC 3/32, p. 100). Office deleted 8 Mar. 1702 on d. of William III.

Pope, Henry Gentleman Pensioner 2 Mar. 1703 (LC 5/166, p. 13 reversed). Pd. to 26 June 1724 (E 407/2/101). Vac. by 26 June 1724 (E 407/2/102).

Pope, John Groom of the Great Chamber 8 June 1660 (LC 3/24, f. 11). Res. by 22 Dec. 1672 (Ibid.).

Pope, Roger Equerry of the Hunting Stable 20 Apr. 1678 (LS 13/197, f. 53v; Dartmouth MSS ox D [w] 1778/v/132). Last occ. 1687 (Chamberlayne [1687] I, 163). Prob. vac. 11 Dec. 1688 on abd. of James II. Equerry 22 July 1694 (LS 13/198, f. 50v). Vac. 8 Mar. 1702 on d. of William III.
--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.).

Pope, Scipio Yeoman of the Guard pd. from 5 Jan. 1784 to 5 Jan. 1812 (AO 3/106/1-63). Last occ. Feb. 1813 (RA 1681 GEO ADD 17/79). No further occ.

Poppelton, William Groom of the Ewry 7 Feb. 1727 (LS 13/261, f. 48v). First Yeoman of the Scullery 1 July 1727 (LS 13/263, f. 18). D. by 1 Apr. 1748 (LS 13/263, f. 114).

Popple (Pople), Peter Daily Waiter in Hall in Extraordinary 13 Dec. 1671 (LS 13/252, f. 183v). Daily Waiter in Hall 24 Nov. 1674 (LS 13/253, f. 52). Prob. vac. 6 Feb. 1685 on d. of Charles II.

Popplewell, George Yeoman of the Guard first occ. Est. of 5 Apr. 1755 (Chamberlayne [1755] II iii, 132). D. by 12 July 1757 (LC 3/58, p. 34).

Pordage, --- Musician 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. 32v). Vac. 11 Dec. 1688 on abd. of James II.

Pordage, Benjamin First Yeoman of the Ewry 26 Mar. 1689 (LS 13/256). Gentleman and Yeoman of the Ewry 14 July 1691 (LS 13/257, p. 78). D. by 6 Jan. 1698 (LS 13/256, app. of Josias Poulter as First Yeoman).

Pordage, Edward Gentleman of the Chapel Royal (priest) 1 Jan. 1728 (LS 13/201, f. 35v).
--Sub Dean of the Chapel Royal 23 Dec. 1746 (Ibid., f. 100v). D. 31 Oct. 1751 (GM [1751] XXI, 523).

Port, Catherine House-Maid to the Great Wardrobe occ. 1728-1745 (Chamberlayne [1728] II iii, 70; last occ. ibid. [1745] II iii, 226). Vac. by 1748 (Chamberlayne [1748] II iii, 133).

Port, Richard Porter to the Great Wardrobe occ. 1728-1745 (Chamberlayne [1728] II iii, 70; last occ. Miege [1745], p. 54). Vac. by 1745 (Chamberlayne [1745] II iii, 226). Messenger to the Great Wardrobe 21 Dec. 1744 (LC 3/65, p. 177). Occ. 1745-1760 (Chamberlayne [1745] II iii, 202; last occ. CCR. [1760], p. 81). Vac. by 1761 (CCR [1761], p. 81).

Port, William Waterman 4 Oct. 1803 (LC 3/68, p. 82). D. by 18 Jan. 1817 (Ibid., p. 178).

Portell (Portall), William, sen. Storekeeper of the Great Wardrobe 13 Nov. 1704 (LC 3/62). D. by 10 Dec. 1711 (Ibid., p. 18).

Portell, William, jun. Storekeeper of the Great Wardrobe occ. 1728-1748 (Chamberlayne [1728] II ii, 70; last occ. ibid. [1748], p. 133). Office deleted by 1755 (Ibid. [1755], 130).

Porter, Aubrey Extra Page of Honour 24 Nov. 1671 (LS 13/253, f. 26v; CSPD 1671, p. 583). Page of Honour gt. of salary May 1673 (CSPD 1673, pp. 324-5). Last ooc. Est. of early 1685 (Dartmouth MSS ox D [w] 1778/v/132). Vac. 6 Feb. 1685 on d. of Charles II.

Porter, Edmond Chaplain in Ordinary 27 Feb. 1663 (LC 3/26, f. 32). No further occ.

Porter, George Extra Groom of the Bedchamber 16 June 1673 (LC 3/24, f. 3). Groom of the Bedchamber c. 23 Aug. 1677 (Ibid.; CSPD 1677-8, p. 318). D. by 19 Dec. 1683 (DNB XLVI, 176; CSPD 1683-4, p. 159).

Porter, James Equerry occ. 1670-1677 (Chamberlayne [1670], p. 281; last occ. ibid. [1677], I, 171). No further occ.

Porter, James Groom of the Bedchamber pd. from 29 Sept. 1686 (CTB VIII, 1231). Vice Chamberlain 8 Mar. 1687 (Ibid.). Vac. 11 Dec. 1688 on abd. of James II.

Porter, James Pages Man 11 May 1813 (LC 3/68, p. 156). No further occ.

Porter, John Office Keeper to the Treasurer of the Chamber occ. 1757-1762 (CCR [1757], p. 77; last occ. ibid. [1762], p. 96). Vac. by 1763 (Ibid. [1763], p. 99).

Porter, Joseph [First] Pages Man 24 July 1830 (LC 3/70, p. 9). D. by 28 Feb. 1832 (Ibid., p. 70)

Porter, Richard Assistant Scourer of the Kitchen 12 June 1772 (LS 13/266, f. 81). D. by 12 May 1773 (Ibid., f. 85v).

Porter (Potter), Robert Yeoman Huntsman of the Buckhounds 26 Sept. 1660 (LC 3/25, f. 68). Ev. vac. 6 Feb. 1685 on d. of Charles II.

Porter, Robert Footman First Class occ. Est. of 1830 (MOH LB F, p. 551; acc. MOH 2/256 app. 1807 by Duke of Clarence). Supernumerary Footman 6 July 1830 (MOH SB 1, p. 78). Superannuated 29 July 1837 (Ibid., p. 272).

Porter, Samuel Musician occ. 1787-1825 (RK [1787], p. 90; last occ. ibid. [1825], p. 118). D. by 13 July 1825 (LC 3/69, p. 83).

Porter, Thomas Clerk to the Second Clerk of the Kitchen 15 Dec. 1760 (LS 13/266, f. 18v). Yeoman of the Coalyard 1 July 1761 (Ibid., f. 27v). Vac. by 30 Mar. 1768 (Ibid., f. 55v).

Porter, W. Yeoman of the Guard pd. from 5 July 1789 (AO 3/106/5). Occ. June 1807 (RA 1681 GEO ADD 17/79). No further occ.

Porter, William Postilion 14 Apr. 1794 (MOH WB 1, p. 144). D. by 20 Jan. 1806 (Ibid., p. 163).

Porter, William Helper in the Stables 7 Mar. 1792 (MOH WB 1, p. 142). Vac. by 9 May 1794 (Ibid., p. 145).

Porteus, --- Preaching Chaplain at Whitehall occ. 9 Aug. 1801 (Wh Pbk 1). Vac. 1802 (Ibid.).

Porteus, Beilby (Bishop of Chester 1777, trans. to London 1787) Preaching Chaplain at Whitehall occ. 5 Mar. 1758-1763 (Wh Pbk 1). Vac. 1764 (Ibid.). Chaplain first occ. 1770 (RK [1770], p. 78). Res. by 1 Jan. 1777 on app. as Bishop of Chester (LC 3/67, p. 97; nom. 21 Jan., cons. 9 Feb. 1777: HBC, p. 238). Dean of the Chapel Royal 29 Nov. 1787 (LS 13/204, f. 35). D. 8 May 1808 (DNB XLVI, 196).

Portington, Edmund Musician for the Private Music 22 Dec. 1663 (RECM I, 219 citing LC 3/73, p. 101; LC 3/26, f. 133 gives in Ext.). No further occ.

Portland, Hans Willem (Bentinck) 1st Earl of see Bentinck, Hans Willem

Portland, Henry (Bentinck) 1st Duke of Gentleman of the Bedchamber 16 July 1717 (LC 3/63, p. 178). D. 4 July 1726.

Portland, William Henry (Cavendish Bentinck) 3rd Duke of Lord Chamberlain 15 July 1765 (CHOP 1760-5, p. 651). Vac. by 29 Nov. 1766 (LS 13/203 f. 45).

Portman (Seymour) --- Housekeeper at Hyde Park vac. by 17 Sept. 1746 (LC 3/65, p. 203).

Portman (bef. 1690 Seymour), Henry Keeper of the Hyde Park Gate 1703 (HP 1690-1715 V, 443). D. 23 Feb. 1728 (Ibid., p. 444)

Portman, George Second Yeoman of the Confectionery 25 Aug. 1660 (LS 13/7, f. 5v; listed as supernumerary on Est. of 1 Oct. 1664: LS 13/34, f. 24v; reap. by Est. of 1 Oct. 1668: LS 13/35, f. 26v). Res. by 1 Mar. 1670 (LS 13/252, f. 203).

Portman, George Jeweler in Ordinary [?w/o fee] 20 Jan. 1672 (LC 7/1, f. 57v). No further occ.

Portman, John Jeweler in Ordinary [?w/o fee] 20 Jan. 1672 (LC 3/27, f. 18). No further occ.

Potkins (Potkyn), Henry Sewer of the Chamber 'in Ordinary without fee' 17 Apr. 1671 (LC 3/26, f. 123v; cert. renewed 1 Oct. 1673: LC 3/27, f. 10v). No further occ.

Pottell, William Gentleman of the Chapel Royal 13 Dec. 1734 (LC 3/65, p. 40). D. 8 Dec. 1740 (GM X, 622).

Potter, --- Waterman at Pension d. by 22 Apr. 1803 (LC 3/68, p. 78; nl Est. of 1782: Shelburne MSS. 125, p. 140).

Potter (Porter), Benjamin Yeoman of the Guard occ. 1694-1727 [Yeoman Usher by 1718-1726] (Chamberlayne [1694] II, 251; Miege [1718] I, 361; last occ. Chamberlayne [1727] II iii, 177). Vac. by 1728 (Chamberlayne [1728] II iii, 189-90).

Potter, Charles Clerk Assistant to the Scullery 20 Mar. 1689 (LS 13/10, f. 10). Office abolished by Est. of 1 Oct. 1699 (LS 13/40, p. 22).

Potter, Charles Yeoman of the Mouth of the Pantry to the Queen 10 Aug. 1689 (LS 13/256). D. by 22 May 1691 (Ibid.).

Potter, Hanbury (Henry) Messenger in Extraordinary 7 May 1757 (LC 3/66, p. 27; LC 3/67, p. 53). Messenger 4 Jan. 1773 (LC 3/58 p. 411; last occ. RK [1797], pp. 89-90). Place abolished by 1798 (RK [1798], p. 90).

Potter, Henry Gentleman Harbinger of Gentlemen Pensioners pd. from 29 Sept. 1727 (E 407/2/109). Vac. by 1 Dec. 1730 (LC 3/64, p. 231).

Potter, Jane Laundress of the Table and Household 22 Feb. 1689 (LS 13/256). D. by 12 Feb. 1698 (Ibid.).

Potter (?Polter), Job 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. 27v). No further occ.

Potter, John Chaplain 15 Aug. 1706 (LC 5/166, p. 187). Prob. res. 1715 on app. as Bishop of Oxford (nom. 27 Apr., cons. 15 May 1715: HBC, p. 264).

Potter, John Child of the Chapel Royal voice changed by 9 Dec.1730 (LC 5/18, p. 198).

Potter, John Chaplain 26 May 1744 (LC 3/65, p. 170; LC 3/67, p. 24). Last occ. 1768 (RK [1768], p. 79). ?D. 1767 (AO II, 1135).

Potter, Joseph Falconer occ. 6 Sept. 1685 (LC 9/342). Ev. vac. 11 Dec. 1688 on abd. of James II.

Potter, Joseph Gentleman Pensioner pd. from 5 July 1790 to 5 July 1796 (E 407/2/138-146). Vac. by 5 July 1797 (Ibid., no. 147).

Potter, Mary Laundress of the Table and Household 12 Feb. 1698 (LS 13/256). Vac. by Est. of 1 Oct. 1699 (LS 13/40, p. 21).

Potter, Samuel Drummer (to the Coldstream Guards) 8 Sept. 1806 (LC 3/68, p. 100). Discharged by 10 Apr. 1817 (LC 3/68, p. 179).

Potter, Thomas Yeoman of the Guard occ. 1691-1694 (Hennell, p. 258; Chamberlayne [1694] II, 251). Vac. by 1696 (Hennell, p. 286).

Potts, John Messenger 25 Oct. 1667 (LC 7/1, f. 64). ?D. by 12 Dec. 1678 (Ibid., f. 65v).

Potts, John Second Groom of the Pastry 15 Dec. 1760 (LS 13/266, f. 12). Groom of the Pastry 1 July 1761 (Ibid., f. 33). Last occ. 1790 (RK [1790], p. 96). Vac. by 1791 (Ibid. [1791], p. 96).

Potts, Philip Yeoman of the Revels 30 Sept. 1719 (LC 3/63 p. 211). Groom of the Great Chamber 7 July 1721 (Ibid., p. 251; LC 3/64, p. 64). D. by 10 Dec. 1734 (LC 3/65, p. 22).

Poulett, John (Poulett) 1st Earl Lord Steward 11 June 1711 (LS 13/11, p. 5). Vac. 1 Aug. 1714 on d. of Anne.

Poulett, John (Poulett) 2nd Earl see Hinton, Viscount

Poulett, John (Poulett) 4th Earl Gentleman of the Bedchamber 19 Nov. 1795 (LC 3/68, p. 28). D. 14 Jan. 1819.

Poulter, Josias Supernumerary Groom of the Ewry 26 Apr. 1675 (LS 13/254, f. 10v). Second Groom of the Ewry 18 Dec. 1678 (Ibid., f. 27v). Second Yeoman of the Ewry 24 Oct. 1680 (Ibid., f. 38v). First Yeoman of the Ewry 11 Feb. 1684 (LS 13/9 f. 7A, app. prob. coinciding with dismissal of Robert Mawr). Gentleman of the Ewry 5 Dec. 1684 (Ibid.). Groom of the Ewry 22 Apr. 1685 (LS 13/10, f. 6v; LS 13/256, 19 Mar. 1689). Second Yeoman of the Ewry 8 May 1689 (LS 13/256). First Yeoman of the Ewry 6 Jan. 1698 (Ibid.). Gentleman and Yeoman of the Ewry 30 June 1702 (LS 13/258, f. 9). Gentleman of the Ewry 26 Jan. 1715 (LS 13/260). D. by 26 May 1718 (Ibid., app. of Peter Berry).

Poultney, Thomas Gentleman Pensioner occ. 1757-1782 (CCR [1757], p. 95; last occ. RK [1782], p. 83). Vac. by 1783 (Ibid. [1783], p. 85).

Poulton, Charles Falconer 16 Feb. 1694 (LC 3/32, p. 100; adm. to a second place in trust for his son William 24 June 1700: LC 5/166, p. 52). Office deleted 8 Mar. 1702 on dec. of William III.

Poulton, William Falconer 17 July 1701 (LC 3/4, f. 25v). Office deleted 8 Mar. 1702 on d. of William III.

Pound, Robert Groom Litterman [Chairman] first occ. Est. of 12 Mar. 1669 (Dartmouth MSS ox D [w] 1778/v/132). D. by 5 June 1677 (LS 13/197, f. 45).

Povah, John Vidgen Gentleman of the Chapel Royal (priest) beg 1 July 1833 (NCB, p. 191). Occ. 1834-1882 (RK [1834], p. 123; last occ. ibid. [1882], p. 166). Vac. by 1883 (Ibid. [1883], p. 166).

Powall (Povall), John Sewer 'in Ordinary' (w/o fee) 19 June 1667 (LC 3/26, f. 114v; cert renewed 21 Aug. 1671: LC 3/27, f. 20). No further occ.

Powel, Adam Yeoman of the Guard occ. 1707-1708 (Chamberlayne [1707] III, 556; last occ. ibid. [1708] III, 556). Vac. by 1710 (Ibid. [1710] II iii, 551-52).

Powell, --- Housekeeper at Richmond Lodge occ. 1755 (CCR [1755], p. 78). No further occ.

Powell, Arthur Riding Purveyor occ. Est. of 12 Mar. 1669-Est. of 28 Mar. 1682 (Dartmouth MSS ox D [w] 1778/v/132). Vac. by Est. of early 1685 (Ibid.).
--Purveyor and Granitor occ. Est. of 28 Mar. 1682-Est. of 31 Mar. 1685 (Ibid.). ?Vac. 11 Dec. 1688 on abd. of James II.

Powell, Charles Musician 3 Aug. 1687 (RECM II, 121 citing LC 3/30, p. 100; ibid., p. 27 citing LC 5/149, p. 190. D. by 25 Apr. 1700 (LC 5/166, p. 36).

Powell, Cordell Clerk of the Spicery 11 Oct. 1800 (LS 13/265, f. 69). Office made redundant 19 Feb. 1812 (LS 13/69, p. 58). D. 16 Jan. 1818 (LS 2/44).

Powell, David Page of the Presence Chamber 11 June 1660 (LC 3/24, f. 11). D. by 1 Mar. 1674 (Ibid.).
--Groom of the Larder Oct. 1660 (LS 13/7, f. 8v). Supernumerary Groom of the Larder Est. of 1 Oct. 1664 (LS 13/34, f. 25v). First Groom of the Larder 1 Oct. 1668 (LS 13/35, f. 26v). D. by 7 Mar. 1674 (LS 13/254, f. 5).

Powell, David Fletcher 7 May 1661 (LC 3/25, f. 62; sl Est. 1663: BIHR XIX [1943], p. 21). No further occ.

Powell, George Musician 16 Jan. 1723 (LC 3/63, p. 278; LC 3/64, p. 65). D. by 29 Jan. 1733 (LC 3/64, p. 250).

Powell, George Waterman 31 Mar. 1736 (LC 3/65, p. 46). D. by 17 Nov. 1750 (Ibid., p. 242).

Powell, Giles, sen. Chamber Keeper to the Gentlemen Ushers app. by 1714 (LS 13/200, f. 25v). D. by 7 Mar. 1719 (Ibid., f. 46).

Powell, Giles, jun. Joint Chamber Keeper to the Gentlemen Ushers 7 Mar. 1719 (LS 13/200, f. 46; sole from 4 June 1726: ibid., f. 71v).
--Table-Decker to the King's Gentlemen Waiters 1 July 1727 (LS 13/263, f. 29v).

D. by 2 Jan. 1747 (Ibid., f. 105).

Powell, Harcourt Standard Bearer of the Gentlemen Pensioners 11 Apr. 1749 (SP 44/370, pp. 457-8). Lieutenant of the Gentlemen Pensioners 30 July 1756 (SP 44/373, pp. 234-5; CHOP 1760-5, p. 96). Vac. by 8 Jan. 1762 (CHOP 1760-5, p. 215).

Powell, Henry Second Groom of the Accompting House 14 July 1707 (LS 13/259, f. 31). First Groom of the Accompting House 24 Feb. 1711 (Ibid., f. 44v). Second Yeoman of the Accompting House 27 July 1714 (Ibid., f. 58v; LS 13/261, f. 1v). Dismissed by 30 Dec. 1717 (LS 13/261, f. 23v).

Powell, Henry Joint Clerk of the Acatry 26 Jan. 1715 (LS 13/260). Res. by 26 Nov. 1716 (Ibid., app. of Charles Tuckwell). Clerk of the Acatry 1 July 1727 (LS 13/262, f. 3v). D. by 25 Jan. 1753 (Ibid., f. 62v).

Powell, Henry, jun. Doorkeeper of the Household Kitchen 1 Apr. 1737 (LS 13/201, f. 120v). D. by 1 Oct. 1741 (Ibid., f. 123).

Powell, Hugh Groom of the Vestry 15 June 1662 (Rimbault, p. 145). D. 28 Feb. 1672 (Ibid., p. 133).

Powell, John Chaplain in Extraordinary 23 Nov. 1669 (LC 3/26, f. 128v). No further occ.

Powell, John Messenger to the Great Wardrobe 22 Apr. 1691 (LC 3/61, f. 59). Rem. by 10 May 1704 (LC 5/166, p. 165; however, cf. Holmes entry).

Powell, Mary Housekeeper at Windsor Lodge occ. 1804-1805 (RK [1804], p. 111; last occ. Ibid. [1805]). Housekeeper of the Upper Lodge and Windsor Castle 6 Jan. 1823 (LC 3/69, p. 57). D. by 19 Dec. 1829 (Ibid., p. 146).

Powell, Richard Gentleman of the Chapel Royal (priest) 28 July 1733 (LC 3/65, p. 8). D. 30 Jan. 1739 (WAR, p. 351).

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

Powell, Robert Groom of the Privy Chamber 6 July 1814 (LC 3/68, p. 163; LC 3/70, p. 4). D. 23 Apr. 1833 (LC 3/70, p. 91; GM [1833] CIII [1], 475).

Powell, Samuel Sergeant at Arms to Speaker 6 Feb. 1693 (LC 3/32, p. 34). Surr. by 25 Jan. 1709 (LC 5/166, p. 225).

Powell, Thomas [Supernumerary] Waterman 11 Nov. 1673 (LC 3/26, f. 82; LC 3/27, f. 38). No further occ.

Powell, Thomas [Supernumerary] Waterman 2 May 1689 (LC 3/32, p. 93). Waterman by 1694 (Ibid., p. 88). Surr. by 20 Jan. 1700 (LC 5/166, p. 32).

Powell, Thomas Waterman 16 Nov. 1703 (LC 5/166, p. 153). Vac. [ev. rem.] by 18 Mar. 1706 (Ibid., p. 184).

Powell, Thomas Child of the Chapel Royal first occ. 1716 (Chamberlayne [1716] II iii, 552). Voice changed by 28 May 1718 (LC 5/156, f. 68v).

Powell, Thomas Yeoman of the Guard pd. from 1 Oct. 1801 to 5 Jan. 1812 [Yeoman Usher pd. from 1 Oct. 1801 to ?5 Jan. 1812] (AO 3/106/30-63). Last occ. Feb. 1813: RA 1681 GEO ADD 17/79). No further occ.

Powell, William Sewer 'in Ordinary' (w/o fee) 13 Mar. 1669 (LC 3/26, f. 114v; cert. renewed 1 Aug. 1672: LC 3/27, f. 20). No further occ.

Powell, William Gentleman of the Chapel Royal (priest) 21 July 1674 (Rimbault, pp. 16, 129). ?Vac. 11 Dec. 1688 on abd. of James II.

Powell, William Horsehuntsman Est. beg. 25 Mar. 1689 (LS 13/257, p. 46). No further occ.

Powell, William Gentleman Pensioner occ. 1772 (RK [1772], p. 84). Vac. by 1773 (Ibid. [1773], p. 85).

Power, Christopher Groom to the Master of the Horse Apr. 1735 (LS 13/201, f. 57v). Vac. by warrant of July 1751 (LS 13/202, f. 5v).

Power, Peter Gentleman Pensioner 25 Mar. 1710 (LC 5/166, p. 12 revered). Last occ. 1731 (Miege [1731] I, 140). Vac. by 1735 (Chamberlayne [1735] II iii, 108-09; cf. E 407).

Power, Richard Gentleman Pensioner occ. 1832-1833 (RK [1832], p. 126; last occ. ibid. [1833], p.126). Vac. by 1834 (Ibid. [1834], p. 126).

Powis (Pewis, Porvis), --- Chaplain 21 Feb. 1697 (LC 3/31, p. 50). D. by 21 Mar. 1699 (LC 3/3, f. 8v).

Powis, Henry Arthur (Herbert) 1st Earl of Comptroller of the Household 25 May 1761 (LS 13/265, f. 16v). Treasurer of the Household 27 Nov. 1761 (Ibid., f. 20). Res. by 19 July 1765 (Ibid., f. 32).

Powlett, Anthony Deputy Treasurer of the Chamber Sept. 1746 (GM [1746] XVI, 497 gives Nicholas [sic] Powlett). D. 5 Sept. 1754 (Ibid. [1754] XXIV, 483, 497).

Powlett, George Groom Porter 23 Dec. 1765 (LC 3/58, p. 370). Office abolished 14 Nov. 1782 (LS 13/117, pp. 72, 73).

Powne, Christopher Wine Porter 8 Sept. 1673 (LS 13/252, f. 166v). D. 27 Jan. 1677 (LS 13/9, f. 17A).

Powney, John Yeoman Purveyor of Hay occ. Est. of 1669-Est. of 28 Mar.1682 (Dartmouth MSS ox D [w] 1778/v/132). D. by 1 Mar.1684 (LS 13/197, f. 94).

Powney, John, jun. Sergeant of the Carriages first occ. Est. of 12 Mar. 1669 (Dartmouth MSS ox D [w] 1778/v/132). Res. by 22 Apr. 1672 (LS 13/197, f. 4).

Powney, John Corporal of Yeomen of Guard occ. c. Feb. 1675 (CSPD 1673-5, p. 603). No further occ.

Powsey, Thomas Gentleman Pensioner pd. from 10 Oct. 1775 (E 407/2/131B). Occ. 1776-1788 (RK [1776], p. 83; last occ. ibid. [1788], p. 98). D. in office 26 Feb. 1788 (GM [1788], 1 viii [1], 273).

Powys, Henry Philip Clerk of the Cheque of the Gentlemen Pensioners 10 Feb. 1813 (HO 38/15, pp. 314-15). Vac. by 28 Sept. 1815 (HO 38/17, p. 155).

Powys, Philip Lybbe Clerk of the Cheque of the Gentlemen Pensioners 6 May 1799 (HO 38/8, p. 134). Res. by 10 Feb. 1813 (HO 38/15, pp. 314-15).

Powys, Thomas Chaplain 27 Oct. 1781 (LC 3/67, p. 127). Res. by 22 Feb. 1797 on app. as Dean of Canterbury (LC 3/68, p. 38; app. 2 May 1797: Fasti I, 35).

Poyke (Powyke), Richard sen. Messenger 9 Apr. 1690 (LC 3/32, p. 75). Vac. by 1700 (LC 3/4, f. 24).

Poyke (Powyke), Richard, jun. Messenger 10 Jan. 1692 (LC 3/32, p. 76). Clerk of Cheque to Messengers 25 Mar. 1695 (LC 3/57, p. 17). Dismissed 20 Feb. 1699 (CTB XIV, 278).

Poyns, --- Yeoman of the Guard occ. 1708-1710 (Chamberlayne [1708] II iii, 620; last occ. ibid. [1710] II iii, 551). Vac. by 1716 (Ibid. [1716] II iii, 573-74).

Poyntington, Joseph Porter of the Coal Yard pd. from 5 Oct. 1792 to 17 Feb. 1801 (LS 2/18; LS 13/204, f. 117). Porter to the Clerk of the Kitchen's Office 17 Feb. 1801(LS 13/204, f. 119v). Pd. to 10 July 1815 when the office was abolished (LS 2/41).

Poyntington, William Fifth Child of the Kitchen 19 Aug. 1806 (LS 13/267, f. 51). Fourth Child of the Kitchen 10 Dec. 1807 (Ibid., f. 53v). Third Child of the Kitchen 2 Aug. 1810 (Ibid., f. 60). Second Child of the Kitchen 24 Dec. 1810 (Ibid., f. 63). Office abolished 29 Jan. 1820 on d. of George III.

Poyntz, Charles Deputy Clerk of the Closet occ. 1761-1808 (CCR [1761], p. 82; last occ. RK [1808], p. 130). D. 10 May 1809 (GM LXXIX, 485).

Poyntz, Francis Yeoman Arras Worker to the Great Wardrobe 22 July 1664 (LC 3/25, f. 84v). Last occ. 26 June 1680 (LC 3/61, f. 31).

Prat, Benjamin Household Chaplain at Kensington occ. 1708-??1731 (Chamberlayne [1708] II iii, 602; last occ. Miege [1731] I, 158; however, cf. AO I, 1198 for d. 3 or 20 May 1715. The Kensington Palace Chapel Royal Register gives Robert Blakewy in this position by 1721). No further occ.

Pratt, Samuel Joint Clerk of the Closet 26 Nov. 1702 (LC 5/166, p. 104). Vac. 1 Aug. 1714 on d. of Anne.

Prebbel (Prebble), Abraham Turnbroach of the Privy Kitchen 1 Oct. 1760 (LS 13/202, f. 37v; LS 13/203, f. 115). Rem. by Est. of 1 July 1761 (LS 13/55; LS 13/265, f. 20v).

Preddy, Roger Messenger 20 Aug. 1660 (LC 7/1, f. 63v). D. by 2 Apr. 1661 (Ibid., ff. 63v-64v).

Predy (Preddy), Thomas Yeoman of the Guard occ. by Est. of 20 Aug. 1667-Est. of c. 1673-78 (Hennell, p. 257; LC 3/24, f. 27). Vac. by 1678 on app. of William Blackford (LC 3/24, f. 27).

Prentice, John Lieutenant of the Gentlemen Pensioners 25 Feb. 1775 (CHOP 1773-5, p. 555). Vac. by 18 Dec. 1777 (SP 44/382, p. 168).

Prescott, Edward Sewer of the Chamber in Ordinary [?w/o fee] cert. renewed 14 Apr. 1680 (LC 3/28, f. 14). No further occ.

Prescott, Humphrey Yeoman of the Bakehouse 22 Apr. 1685 (LS 13/10, f. 4). Vac. 11 Dec. 1688 on abd. of James II.

Prescott, Kenneth Preaching Chaplain at Whitehall occ. 21 Sept. 1729-1731 (Wh Pbk 1). Vac. 1732 (Ibid.).

Prescott, Kenneth Preaching Chaplain at Whitehall occ. 18 Sept. 1737-1741 (Wh Pbk 1). Vac. 1742 (Ibid.).

Prescott (Prescod), Richard Yeoman of the Guard occ. 1707-1726 [Yeoman Hanger occ. 1718-1726; Yeoman Usher occ. 1723-1726] (Chamberlayne [1707] III, 556; ibid. [1718] II iii, 138; last occ. ibid. [1723] II iii, 571). Vac. by 1726 (Ibid. [1726] II iii, 124-26; listed again ibid. [1727] II iii, 177; last occ. ibid. [1735] II iii, 110). Vac. by 1736 (Ibid. [1736] II iii, 190-91).

Presgrave, William Sergeant at Arms 7 Mar. 1681 (LC 3/24, f. 10). Vac. 6 Feb. 1685 on d. of Charles II.

Preston, Christopher Musician for the Private Music in Extraordinary 7 Jan. 1668 (RECM I, 220 citing LC 3/73, p. 102). Musician for the Private Music (virginals) 25 Oct. 1676 (Ibid. I, 165 citing LC 5/141, p. 473). Position abolished 6 Feb. 1685 on d. of Charles II.

Preston, John Waterman occ. [1660]-1661 (LC 3/2, f. 31; Add. MSS. 36,781, f. 15v). Vac. by Est. of 1663 (BIHR XIX [1942-43], pp. 22-23).

Preston, John Falconer 2 Nov. 1677 (LC 3/28, f. 71v). Last occ. 6 Sept. 1685 (LC 9/342). Ev. vac. 11 Dec. 1688 on abd. of James II.

Preston, Nathaniell Yeoman Farrier 1 Apr. 1714 (LS 13/199, f. 69v; LS 13/200, f. 18v; LS 13/201, f. 24v). D. by 6 Mar. 1733 (LS 13/201, f. 52).

Preston, Richard (Graham) 1st Viscount Master of the Great Wardrobe 11 Dec. 1685 (C 66/3272). Vac. 11 Dec. 1688 on abd. of James II.

Prettyman (Prittyman), William Falconer 8 June 1678 (LC 3/28, f. 71v). Last occ. 6 Sept. 1685 (LC 9/342). Ev. vac. 11 Dec. 1688 on abd. of James II.

Prewer, Adam [Yeoman] Huntsman for the Harriers 2 Aug. 1673 (LC 3/26, f. 80). Office deleted 6 Feb. 1685 on d. of Charles II.

Prewett, William Gentleman Usher Quarter Waiter 6 Apr. 1691 (LC 3/31, p. 30). Surr. by 12 Feb. 1699 (LC 5/166, p. 14).

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

Price, Adam Sixth Child of the Kitchen 22 Jan. 1753 (LS 13/264, f. 15). Fifth Child of the Kitchen 22 Jan. 1754 (Ibid., f. 20v). Fourth Child of the Kitchen 15 July 1754 (Ibid., f. 21v). Third Child of the Kitchen 24 Dec. 1754 (Ibid., f. 23v). Second Child of the Kitchen 12 May 1757 (Ibid., f. 30). First Child of the Kitchen 28 Aug. 1759 (Ibid., f. 39v; LS 13/266, f. 8). Vac. by Est. of 1 July 1761 (LS 13/265, f. 20v; LS 13/55).

Price, Charles Third Groom of the Cellar 3 July 1702 (LS 13/259, f. 4). D. by 18 Nov. 1712 (Ibid., f. 49v).

Price, Charles Carver 29 Nov. 1702 (LS 13/199, f. 35). Gentleman Sewer 28 July 1704 (LC 5/166, p. 167). Surr. by 24 Mar. 1705 (Ibid., p. 173).

Price, Charles Physician in Extraordinary to the Person 25 July 1832 (LC 3/70, p. 80). Vac. 20 June 1837 on d. of William IV.

Price, David Messenger 3 Aug. 1745 (LC 3/65, p. 188; LC 3/67, p. 39; last occ. CCK [1766], p. 82). Vac. by 1767 (CCK [1767], p. 82).

Price, Elizabeth Joiner to the Great Wardrobe 18 May 1685 (LC 3/29, f. 40). Vac. by 11 Jan. 1687 (LC 3/30, f. 55v).

Price, Francis Deputy Secretary to the Lord Chamberlain first occ. 1778 (RK [1778], p. 70). Office abolished 14 Nov. 1782 (LS 13/117, pp. 72, 73).

Price, Gervase Yeoman of the Guns and Bows 5 May 1660 (LS 13/252, f. 23v). Gentleman of the Guns and Bows 3 Aug. 1675 (LC 3/28, f. 64). Office deleted 6 Feb. 1685 on d. of Charles II.
--Sergeant Trumpeter 11 June 1660 (LC 3/25, f. 34; RECM II, 1 citing LC 3/56, p. 41). D. 11 Sept. 1687 (BDECM, p. 919).
--Underkeeper [Keeper of the Park Gate] of St. James's Park 10 Jan. 1679 (LS 13/253, f. 79). Vac. 6 Feb. 1685 on d. of Charles II.

Price, Herbert (later ktd. and cr. Bart.) Master of the Household 5 July 1660 (LS 13/7, f. 1; listed as supernumerary on Est. of 1 Oct. 1664: LS 13/34, f. 24). D. 1 Feb. 1678 (LS 13/9, f. 2A; HP 1660-90 III, 285).

Price, Herbert Assistant to Clerks of the Green Cloth occ. 1723-1736 (Chamberlayne [1723], p. 539; last occ. ibid. [1736] II, 216). D. 1 Aug. 1737 (GM [1737] VII, 514).

Price, John Groom of the Privy Chamber in Extraordinary 6 September 1660 (LC 3/26, f. 109). [Assistant] Groom of the Privy Chamber in Extraordinary 29 Mar. 1661 (LC 3/2, f. 12v; LC 3/26, f. 108). No further occ.

Price, John Groom of the Hales 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.

Price, John Assistant to the Clerks of the Green Cloth occ. 1702-1720 (CTB XVII, 1007; Chamberlayne [1710], p. 539; PSBC, p. 19). Vac. by 1723 (Chamberlayne [1723] II iii, 539).
--Clerk of the Poultry and Bakehouse 30 June 1702 (LS 13/258, f. 11v). Joint Clerk of the Acatry 11 June 1707 (Ibid., f. 56v). Clerk of the Acatry 5 May 1714 (Ibid., f. 106v). Joint Clerk of the Acatry 26 Jan. 1715 (LS 13/260). Rem. by 1 July 1727 (LS 13/262, f. 3v).

Price, John Carver 15 July 1702 (LC 5/166, p. 118). No further occ.

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

Price, Richard Joiner to the Great Wardrobe 26 Nov. 1678 (LC 3/28, f. 74). D. by 18 May 1685 (LC 3/29, f. 40; LC 3/56).

Price, Richard Footman 1 July 1729 (LS 13/201, f. 41v). Prob. vac. 25 Oct. 1760 on d. of George II.

Price (Pryce), Robert Helper in the Stables 20 Dec. 1727 (LS 13/201, f. 28). D. by 30 Mar. 1735 (Ibid., f. 58).

Price, Robert Chaplain 1781 (LC 3/67, p. 127). Surr. by 13 Mar. 1818 (LC 3/68, p. 183).

Price, Samuel Waterman 2 Feb. 1732 (LC 3/64, p. 236; LC 3/58, f. 87). D. by 14 July 1763 (LC 3/58, p. 347).

Price, Samuell Gentleman Usher, Quarter Waiter 'in Ordinary without fee' 10 Mar. 1665 (LC 3/26, f. 111). No further occ.

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

Price, Thomas Chaplain in Ordinary n.d. temp. Charles II (LC 3/26, f. 32). No further occ.

Price, Thomas Child of the Chapel Royal ?c. 1660 (BDECM, p. 920). Voice changed by 27 Oct. 1663 (RECM I, 49 citing LC 5/138, p. 3).

Price, Thomas 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).

Price, Thomas Jeweler [?in Ordinary ?w/o fee] 2 May 1672 (LC 7/1, f. 57v). No further occ.

Price, Walter Waterman [1660] (LC 3/2, f. 31). Surr. by 11 Jan. 1677 (LC 3/28, f. 80). Waterman at Pension c. 11 Jan. 1677 (LC 3/26, f. 81v). Vac. n.d. temp. Charles II on app. of William Tustin (LC 3/27, f. 109).

Price, Walter Supernumerary Gentleman Harbinger 2 Aug. 1682 (LS 13/254, f. 50). Prob. vac. 6 Feb. 1685 on d. of Charles II.

Price, William Yeoman Keeper of the Salt Stores 19 June 1717 (LS 13/261, f. 21v; LS 13/263, f. 11). Res. by 5 Jan. 1732 (LS 13/263, f. 48).

Price, William Equerry 19 Apr. 1782 (MOH WB 1, p. 62). Res. by 31 Jan. 1787 (Ibid., 2 p. 41).

Prichard (Pritchard), John Yeoman of the Guard occ. 1718-1729 (Miege [1718] I, 361; last occ. Chamberlayne [1729] II iii, 189). Vac. by 1735 (Chamberlayne [1735] II iii, 110-11).

Prichard, Richard Messenger 6 Feb. 1728 (LC 3/64, p. 150). Last occ. 1760 (CCR [1760], p. 78). Vac. by 1761 (Ibid. [1761], p. 78).

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Prichard (Pritchard), Thomas Yeoman of the Guard occ. 1691-1700 (Hennell, p. 258; last occ. Chamberlayne [1700] III, 508). Vac. by 1707 (Chamberlayne [1707] III, 555-56).

Prick, Thomas Sewer of Chamber 10 Feb. 1769 (LS 13/203, f. 59). D. by 5 Feb. 1776 (Ibid., p. 134).

Prick, William Sewer of the Chamber 27 Jan. 1752 (LC 3/65, p. 256; LC 3/67, p. 37). D. by 10 Feb. 1769 (LS 13/203, f. 59).

Pridden, John Gentleman of the Chapel Royal (priest) 19 Mar. 1795 (LS 13/204, f. 49v). D. by 14 June 1825 (NCB, p. 190).

Prideaux, Brattle Gentleman Pensioner occ. 1755-1761 (Chamberlayne [1755] II, 128; CCR [1761], p. 95). Vac. by 1762 (Ibid. [1762], pp. 90).

Prideaux, Charles Corporal of the Yeomen of Guard 1 July 1751 (SP 44/187, p. 188). Vac. by 6 Jan. 1758 (SP 44/373, p. 451).

Prideaux, John Page of Honour Apr. 1673 (CTB IV, 123). Pd. to 24 June 1678 (CTB V, 1059).

Priest, --- Trumpeter d. by 28 Dec. 1808 (LC 3/68, p. 114).

Priest, Josiah (Josias) Child of the Chapel Royal first occ. 1702 (Chamberlayne [1702] III, 500). Voice changed by 17 Jan. 1706 (RECM II, 86 citing LC 5/154, p. 138).

Priest, Nathaniel Child of the Chapel Royal first occ. 1702 (Chamberlayne [1702] III, 500). Voice changed by 18 Jan. 1706 (RECM II, 86 citing LC 5/154, p. 140).

Priestman, Posthumous Sewer of the Chamber 'in Ordinary without fee' 5 Mar. 1669 (LC 3/26, f. 122v, vacated; cert renewed 23 July 1671: LC 3/27, f. 20). No further occ.

Prieur, Alexander Page of the Bedchamber 14 May 1685 (CSPD 1685, p. 152 [166]). Vac. 11 Dec. 1688 on abd. of James II.

Prime, Andrew Footman to the Master of the Horse July 1751 (LS 13/202, f. 5v). Vac. by warrant of Apr. 1755 (Ibid., f. 16v).

Primrose, David Chaplain in Ordinary 1 Dec. 1669 (LC 3/26, f. 31v). No further occ.

Prince, Richard Waterman 13 Aug. 1769 (LC 3/58, p. 391). D. by 7 Sept. 1780 (LC 3/67, p. 120).

Pringle, Sir John, 1st Bart. Physician in Extraordinary to the Person 15 Oct. 1774 (LC 3/67, p. 72). D. 18 Jan. 1782 (DNB XLVI, 388).

Pristo, Paul Feeder of the Buckhounds 6 Apr. 1812 (MOH EB 4, p. 11; LB F, p. 553). D. 14 Apr. 1841 (MOH SB 2, p. 40)..

Pritchard (?Pilchard, Ritchard), James Waterman 28 Oct. 1766 (LC 3/58, p. 377). Res. by 31 Aug. 1805 (LC 3/68, p. 94).

Pritchard, James Coachman 23 July 1754 (LS 13/202, f. 14). Vac. 25 Oct. 1760 on d. of George II.

Pritchard, John Second Child of the Household Kitchen 26 Mar. 1689 (LS 13/256). Second Child of the Kitchen 21 Feb. 1699 (LS 13/10, f. 8). Second Groom of the Kitchen 3 July 1702 (LS 13/259, f. 5v). D. by 14 July 1707 (Ibid., f. 31).

Pritchard (Prichard), Malimore Groom of the Household Kitchen 25 Aug. 1660 (LS 13/9, f. 9A). Supernumerary Groom of the Kitchen Est. of 1 Oct. 1664 (LS 13/34, f. 25). Supernumerary Yeoman of the Kitchen Est. of 1 Oct. 1668 (LS 13/35, f. 19v; LS 13/36, f. 19v). D. 29 Dec. 1677 (Ibid.).

Pritchard (Prichard), Sarah Necessary Woman (at Kensington) 16 Oct. 1727 (LC 3/64, p. 120). D. by 17 Nov. 1750 (LC 3/65, p. 243).

Pritchard (Prichard), Sarah Necessary Woman (at Kensington)17 Nov. 1750 (LC 3/65, p. 243; LC 3/58, f. 95). Vac. Apr.-June 1769 on app. of Sarah Dinsdale (LS 2/4; ?pos. same person).

Pritchard, William Third Yeoman of the Larder 4 Oct. 1660 (LS 13/7, f. 8v). First Yeoman of the Larder 1 Oct. 1664 (LS 13/34, f. 22). D. 14 Jan. 1667 (LS 13/8, f. 7A).

Probart (Robart), Joseph Page of the Presence Chamber 19 June 1767 (LS 13/203, f. 52v). Surr. by 3 Feb. 1772 (Ibid., p. 106). Sergeant at Arms 25 Apr. 1772 (E 403/2481, p. 175). Sergeant Trumpeter 26 Apr. 1775 (LC 3/67, p. 75 vacated; ibid., p. 77 gives 11 May). D. by 26 July 1785 (Ibid., p. 176).

Progers, Edward Groom of the Bedchamber 3 Feb. 1661 (LC 3/24, f. 3). Vac. 6 Feb. 1685 on d. of Charles II.
--Housekeeper at York 24 Jan. 1671 (LC 3/24, f. 12v). Office ev. abolished c. 6 Feb. 1685 on d. of Charles II.

Progers, Henry (later ktd.) Equerry of the Hunting Stable pd. from 24 June 1660 (LS 13/252 f. 44v). Last occ. Est. of early 1685 (LS 13/31, f. 18; CTB VII, 1179; Dartmouth MSS ox D [w] 1778/v/132). Prob. vac. 6 Feb. 1685 on d. of Charles II.
--Supernumerary Sergeant Porter 31 Mar. 1681 (LS 13/253, f. 88). Sergeant Porter 13 Feb. 1684 (LS 13/9, f. 15A; LS 13/255, f. 3v). D. by 14 Jan. 1687 (LS 13/255, f. 21v).

Progers, James Groom of the Privy Chamber 12 June 1660 (LC 3/24, f. 7). D. by 15 May 1671 (Ibid.).

Prosser, John Sewer in Extraordinary 18 June [1664] (LC 3/26, f. 115). No further occ.

Prosser, Richard Preaching Chaplain at Whitehall occ. 15 Mar. 1790-1791 (Wh Pbk 1). Vac. 1792 (Ibid.).

Provis, Thomas Yeoman and Keeper of the Chapel at Whitehall 20 Jan. 1803 (NCB, p. 71). D. by Dec. 1821 (Ibid., p. 72).

Prothero, John Fourth Child of the Household Kitchen 1 Jan. 1734 (LS 13/263, f. 56). Third Child of the Household Kitchen 1 Sept. 1735 (Ibid., f. 65). Second Child of the Household Kitchen 8 June 1739 (Ibid., f. 76v). First Child of the Household Kitchen 16 July 1739 (Ibid., f. 78v). First Child of the Kitchen 1 Jan. 1740 (Ibid., f. 80v). D. by 1 Nov. 1744 (Ibid., f. 96v).

Pryaux, --- Chaplain in Ordinary 30 Aug. [1664] (LC 3/26, f. 32). No further occ.

Pryke, James Yeoman of the Guard 25 Mar. 1757 (LC 3/58, p. 31). Last occ. 6 Apr. 1761 (Ibid., f. 83v). No further occ. (Vac. by 5 Jan. 1784: AO 3/106/1).

Pryor, John Tailcartaker occ. Est. of 1661-c. ?1675 (Add. MSS. 36,781, f. 22v). D. in office ?by 1675 (LS 13/8, f. 15)

Pudsey, Thomas Yeoman Rider occ. Est. of 31 Mar. 1685-11 Oct. 1686 (Dartmouth MSS ox D [w] 1778/v/132; last occ. LS 13/255, f. 18). Ev. vac. 11 Dec. 1688 on abd. of James II.

Pugh, Hugh Chaplain in Ordinary 16 Aug. 1669 (LC 3/26, f. 32v). No further occ.

Pugh, John Footman 22 Dec. 1760 (LS 13/203, f. 12). D. by 5 Sept. 1761 (Ibid., f. 25v).

Pugh, Mary Necessary Woman (to the Duke's Gallery leading to the Ball Room at St. James's) first occ. c. 5 Apr. 1763 (AO 1/420/201). Res. by 3 Nov. 1807 (LC 3/68, p. 106).

Pugh, Mary Necessary Woman (to the Duke's Gallery leading to the Ball Room at St. James's) 3 Nov. 1807 (LC 3/68, p. 107). Office delisted 1824 (RK [1824], p. 118).

Pugh, William Groom of the Great Chamber in Extraordinary 8 Jan. 1664 (LC 3/26, f. 136v). No further occ.

Pujolas, Moses Sergeant Skinner to the Great Wardrobe 2 July 1695 (LC 3/57, p. 47; LC 3/61, f. 75). Vac. by 29 July 1707 (LC 5/166, p. 204).

Pullein, John [Reading] Chaplain at St. James's 4 Oct. 1689 (LS 13/198, f. 22v). Vac. 29 Sept. 1697 (Ibid., f. 60).

Pullein, John Yeoman of the Guard occ. 1694 (Chamberlayne [1694] II, 252). Vac. by 1696 (Hennell, p. 286).

Pullein, Thomas Master of the Stud 10 May 1689 (LS 13/198, f. 12v). Vac. 8 Mar. 1702 on d. of William III.

Pulleine, John Messenger 7 Sept. 1715 (LC 3/63, p. 113). Vac. by 14 June 1718 (Ibid., p. 186).

Pulleine (Pullin), Richard Messenger to the Chancellor of the Exchequer 26 Oct. 1715 (LC 3/63, p. 133). Rem. by 15 Apr. 1717 (Ibid., p. 171).

Pulleine (Pulleyne), William Messenger to the Auditor for co. Durham, Northumberland, Yorkshire, etc. 24 July 1698 (LC 3/3, f. 20). Vac. 8 Mar. 1702 on d. of William III.

Pullen, Edward Doorkeeper of the Privy Kitchen 1 Jan.1742 (LS 13/201, f. 123; LS 13/55). ?Vac. by 8 Apr. 1766 on app. of Thomas Fielder (LS 13/203, f. 118v).

Pullen, [?Samuel] Chaplain in Waiting occ. Est. of 1661-Est. of Jan. 1666 (Add. MSS. 36,781, f. 11; LC 3/24, f. 14; last occ. LC 3/25, f. 39v, vacated). Vac. by 1669 (Chamberlayne [1669, 1st edn.], p. 271).

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

Pulman, Bartholemew Yeoman of the Guard occ. 1694-1700 (Chamberlayne [1694] II, 251; last occ. ibid. [1700], 507). Vac. by 1707 (ibid. [1707] III, 555-56).

Pulteney, Henry Equerry 20 Nov. 1714 (LS 13/200, f. 12v; LS 13/201, f. 24). Res. by 3 Dec. 1743 (LS 13/201, f. 90).

Pulteney, Thomas Page of Honour 23 July 1678 (CSPD 1678, p. 315). Last occ. 24 June 1684 (CTB VII, 1179). Prob. vac. 6 Feb. 1685 on d. of Charles II.

Pulteney, William Cofferer of the Household 27 May 1723 (LS 13/260). Vac. by 31 May 1725 (LS 13/12, p. 5).

Pulteney, William (Pulteney) styled Viscount Gentleman of the Bedchamber 21 Mar. 1761 (LC 3/67, p. 7). D. 12 Feb. 1763 (T 53/49, p. 69).

Pulton, John Yeoman of the Guard pd. from 5 June 1808 to 5 Jan. 1812 (AO 3/106/53-63). No further occ.

Pulton, Thomas Reading Chaplain at Windsor pd. from 25 Aug. 1777 to 5 Jan. 1787 (AO 1/425/215; 428/5). Vac. by 5 Jan. 1787 (AO 1/428/6).

Purcell, Daniel Child of the Chapel Royal occ. 14 Aug. 1678-26 Sept. 1682 (RECM I, 183 citing LC 5/143, pp. 302-03). Last occ. 22 Apr.-10 Sept. 1682 (Ibid., p. 206 citing LC5/144, pp. 400-01).

Purcell, Edward Assistant Gentleman Usher Daily Waiter 13 June 1673 (LC 3/24, f. 7). Surr. by 9 July 1683 (Ibid.).

Purcell, Edward Henry Child of the Chapel Royal occ. 1737-1745 (Chamberlayne [1737] II iii, 219; last occ. ibid. [1745] II iii, 209). Voice changed by 19 July 1739 (LC 5/21, p. 77).

Purcell, Francis Assistant Groom of the Privy Chamber 13 June 1673 (LS 13/197, f. 10v). No further occ.

Purcell, Francis Under Housekeeper, Keeper of the Privy Lodgings and Keeper of the Standing Wardrobe at Denmark House [Somerset House] (w/o fee until the d. or surr. of Henry Brown; w/Thomas Purcell) 1 Apr. 1674 (LC 3/25, f. 119). No further occ.
--Groom of the Robes 13 Jan. 1682 (LC 3/24, f. 21). Vac. 6 Feb. 1685 on d. of Charles II.

Purcell, Henry, sen. Gentleman of the Chapel Royal occ. list of 23 Apr. 1661 (Rimbault, p. 128).
--Joint Musician for the Private Music (w/Angelo Notary) 14 Nov. 1662 (RECM I, 38 citing LC 5/137, p. 357).

D. 11 Aug.1664 (Rimbault, p. 13; New Grove XV, 457; RECM I, 58 citing LC 5/138, p. 391).

Purcell, Henry Child of the Chapel Royal app. by 1668 (BDECM, p. 926). Voice changed by 17 Dec. 1673 (RECM I, 131-32 citing LC 5/140, p. 384).
--Keeper, Mender, Maker, Repairer and Tuner of the Regals, Organs, Virginals, Flutes, etc. in Extraordinary 10 June 1673 (RECM I, 127 citing LC 5/140, p. 309). Keeper, Mender, Maker, Repairer and Tuner of the Regals, Organs, Virginals, Flutes, etc. 17 Dec. 1683 (Ibid., p. 208 citing LC 5/144, p. 716).
--Composer for the Violins 10 Sept. 1677 (RECM I, 173 citing LC 5/142, p. 119; V, 79 citing SO 3/18, f. 110v). Musician (harpsichord) 31 Aug 1685 (RECM II, 3 citing LC 5/146, p. 18; ibid., p. 27 citing LC 5/149, p. 190: 'composer'). Rem. pursuant to order of 2 May 1690 (CTB IX, 609-10; Holman, p. 431; but cf. Chamberlayne [1692], p. 175 which lists him with the Vocal Music).
--Organist of the Chapel Royal 14 July 1682 (Rimbault, p. 17, 129; LS 13/197, f. 91v; LS 13/198, f. 22).

D. 21 Nov. 1695 (Rimbault, p. 21).

Purcell, Margaret Laundress, Seamstress and Starcher 7 November 1727 (LC 3/64, pp. 130, 131). D. by 5 Dec. 1755 (LC 3/66, p. 1).

Purcell (Purcill), Thomas Gentleman of the Chapel Royal 1660 (Baldwin, p. 423; Rimbault, p. 128).
--Groom of the Robes 18 June 1660 (LC 3/24 f. 21). Surr. by 13 Jan. 1682 (LS 13/197, f. 83v; LC 3/24, f. 21 gives 26 Jan. 1681).
--Musician for the Private Music 15 Nov. 1662 (RECM I, 38 citing LC 5/137, p. 283; ?app. to a second place by Aug. 1673: ibid. V, 63 citing SO 3/16, p. 670).
--Joint Composer in Extraordinary for the Violins (w/Pelham Humfrey) 10 Jan. 1672 (LC 3/24, f. 19; RECM I, 111 citing LC 5/14, p. 107). Joint Composer for the Violins (w/Pelham Humfrey) 15 July 1673 (LC 7/1, f. 70v).
--Under Housekeeper, Keeper of the Privy Lodgings and Keeper of the Standing Wardrobe at Denmark House [Somerset House] (w/o fee until the d. or surr. of Henry Brown; w/Francis Purcell) 1 Apr. 1674 (LC 3/25, f. 119). No further occ.

D. 31 July 1682 (Rimbault, p. 17).

Purefroy, Henry Gentleman Pensioner pd. from 24 June 1690 to 25 Mar. 1697 (E 407/2/71-76). Last occ. 1694 (Chamberlayne [1694] II, 249). Vac. by 29 Sept. 1700 (E 407/2/77).

Purefoy, Phillip Groom of the Privy Chamber in Extraordinary [1660] (LC 3/2, f. 12v). [Assistant] Groom of the Privy Chamber 'in Ordinary Supernumerary' (w/o fee) 4 Oct. 1666 (LC 3/26, f. 108). No further occ.

Purkiss (Purkys) William Preaching Chaplain at Whitehall occ. 2 Dec. 1770-1772 (Wh Pbk 1). Vac. 1773 (Ibid.).

Purney, Lessare (Lysaid) Trumpeter 10 Aug. 1782 (LC 3/67, p. 141). Surr. by 19 Jan. 1795 (LC 3/68, p. 16).

Purvis, Richard (Robert) Second Groom of the Buttery 4 Aug. 1753 (LS 13/264, f. 17v). First Groom of the Buttery 25 Jan. 1760 (Ibid., f. 40v; LS 13/266, f. 4v). Rem. by 1 July 1761 (LS 13/55; LS 13/265, f. 20v).

Puttick (Ruttick)], Emery Apprentice in the [Privy] Kitchen 1 Aug. 1748 (LS 13/263, f. 115v). Eighth Child of Kitchen 25 Dec. 1757 (LS 13/264, f. 32). Seventh Child of the Kitchen 28 Aug. 1759 (Ibid., f. 40; LS 13/266, f. 8v). Office abolished by Est. of 1 July 1761 (LS 13/265, f. 20v; LS 13/55).

Pybus, John Waterman 15 Apr. 1678 (LC 3/28, f. 80). Prob. vac. by 6 Feb. 1685 on d. of Charles II.

Pye, Henry Anthony Preaching Chaplain at Whitehall occ. 18 Mar. 1792 (Wh Pbk 1). Vac. 1793 (Ibid.).

Pye, Henry James Poet Laureate July 1790 (GM [1790] LX, 674). D. 11 Aug. 1813 (DNB XLVII, 69).

Pye, James Fourth Child of the Kitchen 6 Mar. 1779 (LS 13/266, f. 104v). Third Child of the Kitchen 21 Feb. 1782 (Ibid., f. 115). Second Child of the Kitchen 30 Aug. 1782 (Ibid., f. 117v). First Child of the Kitchen 12 Oct. 1782 (Ibid., f. 118). Fourth Groom of the Kitchen 13 Nov. 1799 (LS 13/267, f. 35v).
--Keeper of the Stables at Kensington 3 Nov. 1789 (LS 13/204, f. 37v).

D. by 20 Feb. 1801 (LS 13/204, f. 59v; LS 13/117, p. 188).

Pye, James Fifth Child of the Kitchen 23 Feb. 1801 (LS 13/267, f. 39). Fourth Child of the Kitchen 3 Dec. 1804 (Ibid., f. 46). Third Child of the Kitchen 6 Feb. 1806 (Ibid., f. 49). Second Child of the Kitchen 6 Apr. 1806 (Ibid., f. 50). First Child of the Kitchen 19 Aug. 1806 (Ibid., f. 51). Fourth Groom of the Kitchen 10 Dec. 1807 (Ibid., f. 53v). Third Groom of the Kitchen 2 Aug. 1810 (Ibid., f. 62). Second Groom of the Kitchen 24 Dec. 1810 (Ibid.). Vac. 19 Feb. 1812 on transfer to Windsor establishment (LS 13/184 p. 252).

Pye, Nicholas Messenger 20 July 1660 (LC 7/1, f. 63). Retrenched by time of d. by 30 Sept. 1672 (LC 3/27, f. 91).

Pye, Richard Riding Purveyor 26 Mar. 1689 (LS 13/198, f. 31). Vac. 8 Mar. 1702 on d. of William III.

Pye, Richard Footman 20 June 1748 (LS 13/201, f. 108v; LS 13/203, f. 12). D. by 15 Nov. 1788 (MOH WB 1, p. 136; LS 13/204, f. 36).

Pye, Sir Robert, Kt. Equerry of the Hunting Stable pd. from 24 June 1660 (LS 13/252, f. 44v). Last occ. Est. of early 1685 (Dartmouth MSS ox D [w] 1778/v/132). Vac. 6 Feb. 1685 on d. of Charles II.

Pyeing, John Marshal of the Hall in Extraordinary 28 Jan. 1669 (LS 13/252, f. 211). Did not succeed to office.

Pyke (Pike), John Gentleman Pensioner pd. from 29 Sept. 1739 to 29 Sept. 1744 (E 407/2/112 -122). Vac. by 25 Dec. 1746 (Ibid., no. 121).

Pyle (Pile), Alexander Gentleman Usher Quarter Waiter 10 Dec. 1694 (LC 3/57, p. 11). Surr. by 3 May 1700 (LC 5/166, p. 38).

Pyle, Edmund Chaplain 12 Sept. 1738 (LC 3/65, p. 82; LC 3/67, p. 24). Surr. by 5 May 1773 (LC 3/67, p. 62).

Pyle, Richard Sergeant Surgeon 9 Feb. 1661 (LC 3/24, f. 16). Last occ. 14 Aug. 1684 (CTB VII, 1286). Prob. vac. 6 Feb. 1685 on d. of Charles II.

Pyrke, Thomas Gentleman Pensioner pd. from 24 June 1690 to 25 Mar. 1697 (E 407/2/71-76). Last occ. Chamberlayne [1700] III, 506). Vac. by 29 Sept. 1700 (E 407/2/77).