Book 1
1654

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Bower Marsh (editor)

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1913

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1-4

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'Book 1: 1654', Records of the Worshipful Company of Carpenters: Volume I: Apprentices' Entry Books 1654-1694 (1913), pp. 1-4. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=46225 Date accessed: 30 September 2014.


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BOOK I. 1654–1674

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Friday the 6th day of October 1654

1 Robert Streete the sonne of John Streete of Broadstreete London Porter hath putt himselfe Apprntice to William Richardson Citizen & Capenter of London of Redcrosse streete for 7 yeares from the date of this Court dated as aforesaid.

2 Henry Seagood the sonne of Henry Seagood of Sunbury in the County of Middx husbandman hath putt himselfe apprntice to John Seagood from the date hereof for eight yeares; dated the day & yeare aforesaid.

3 William Smyth the sonne of Ralfe Smyth of Hallington in the County of Bedford husb. deceased hath put himselfe apprentice to Francis Syms for 8 yeares from the day of the date abovewritten. Dated the day & yeare etc.

4 Richard Parrett son of Ro: Parrett late of Lillingston Luffin in the County of Oxon husbandman deceased hath put himselfe apprntice to Bartholomew Knight to serve for seaven yeares from the day of the date abovewritten; dated the day & yeare aforesaid.

5 Thomas Sparkes the sonne of James Sparkes late Clarkenwell in the County of Middx brewer dec. hath put himselfe aprntice to Isaith Walsby to serve for 7 yeares from the date abovewritten. Dated ye day & yeare aforesaid.

6 Gideon Evans the son of Edward Evans of Pontessbury in the County of Salop yeoman hath put himselfe apprntice to Thomas Charman Cittizen and Carpenter of London to serve for 7 yeares from the day of the Indre. Dated the day & yeare abovesaid.

7 Wm Hack the son of John Hack of Langham in the County of Rutland yeoman hath putt himselfe apprntice to Henry Wharton to serve for 7 yeares from the day of the date abovewritten. Dated etc.

8 Henry Cotsull the sonne of Henry Cotsull late of Hurley (?) in the County of Berks husb. dec. to serve William Coulson for 7 yeares from the date abovewritten. Dated the day & yeare abovesaid.

9 Francis Wells the sonne of Thomas Wells late of Kingsthorpe in the County of Northton husb decd to serve John Jeggins for 7 yeares from the day of the date aforesayd. Dated &c.

10 Tho: Wade the sonne of Tho: Wade of Middleton in the County of Essex yeoman hath putt himselfe apprntice to serve John Wood the younger Citizen & Carpenter of London of Gravel lane for seaven yeares from the date abovesd; dated etc.

11 John Rush the sonne of Oliver Rush of Throcke in the County of Hertford husbandman to serve Henry Hawkins for 7 yeares from the date abovesayd. Dated the day & yeare aforesaid.

12 Richard Paine the sonne of Henry Payne of Breedon in the County of Leicester husb: to serve William Soper for 7 yeares from the day abovesayd. Dated &c.

13 Francis Oliver ye son of Francis Oliver of Sowe in the County of Warwick yeoman hath putt himselfe appntice to Nicholas woodgate one of the wardens for 7 yeares from the day of the Date hereof. Dated the 20th of October 1654 [Assigned over imediately to Anne Collins wid].

November the third 1654

1 Peter Haynes the sonne of John Haines of Houlton in the County of Oxford husbandman hath putt himselfe apprntice to Thomas Waite of the parish of St Saviors Southwarke to serve for Seaven yeares from the day of the date abovewritten. Dated as aforesaid.

2 John Reason the sonne of Mathew Reason of Shenley in the County of Hertford husbandman hath putt himselfe apprntice to Ralfe Graves of Gravell Lane in the parish of Algate to serve for Seaven yeares from the day of the date abovesayd dated etc.

3 Nicholas Walker the son of Thomas Walker of over Stanwell in the County of Stafford husbandman hath put himselfe apprntice to John Shakell of the parish of St Bride to serve for Seaven yeares from the date abovewritten. Dated as aforesaid.

4 Alexander Reader the Sonne of Wm Reader late of Saffron in the County of Essex Carpenter deed hath put himselfe apprntice to Thomas Woodhouse of the parish of Alhallowes Staininge to serve for Seaven yeares from the day of the date abovewritten dated etc.

5 Thomas Baldwyn the sonne of Thomas Baldwyn of Kinges Langley in the County of Hertford weaver hath putt himselfe apprntice to Samuell Linn junr to serve Eight yeares from the Fift day of November abovewritten. Dated &c.

6 Richard Witchill the sonne of Wm Witchell of Erlingham in the County of Gloucr husbandman hath putt himselfe apprntice to George Emerson of the St Nicholas Olaves Carpenter to serve for Seaven yeares from the date aforesayd. Dated etc.

7 William Harbige the sonne of Thomas Harbige of Shreeves Lench in the County of Worcester husbandman hath putt himselfe apprntice to William Austin of the parish of St Giles Cripplegate Carpenter to serve for seaven yeares from the fifth day of November 1654. Dated &c.

8 Walter Knight the sonne of Walter Knight of Heddington in the County of Oxford husbandman hath put himselfe apprntice to John Wildgoose of Pettycote Lane to serve for Seaven yeares from the date abovewritten. Dated &c.

Munday the 13th of November 1654

1 Robert King the sonne of Christopher King of Little Woolford in the County of Warwick Carpenter hath putt himselfe appntice to Richard Botsford of London house neere Pauls Church yard for seaven yeares from the day of the date of these prsents. Dated the xiiith of November 1654.

2 William Nickolson the sonne of Walter Nickolson late of Lambeth in the County of Surrey Goldsmith deed hath putt himselfe appntice to John Laste of the old Baily for seaven yeares from the date aforesaid. Dated the day & yeare aforesaid.

3 Bartholomew Hone the sonne of John Hone late of Hunnington in the County of Warwick mason decd hath putt himselfe appntice to William Mounsey of the Minories for seaven yeares from the date aforesaid. Dated the day & yeare abovesaid.

Munday December the xiiijth 1654

1 John Barrow the sonne of Thomas Barrow of Pennyngton in the County of Lane husbandman hath putt himselfe apprntice to Anthony Salfe of Little Morefeldes for seaven yeares from the day of the date of the prsentes dated the 14th day of Decembȃ 1654.

2 Robert Player sonne of Roberte Player of Bratton in the County of Wiltes Carpenter hath putt himselfe apprntice to Richard Harrys of the parish of Alhallowes on the wall to serve for seaven yeares from the date aforesayd. Dated &c.

3 Henry Edwardes sonne of Henry Edwards late of Walton in the County of Gloucester husbandman deceased hath putt himselfe to Edward Botsford of the parish of St Gregories for Seaven yeares from the date aforesaid. Dated the day & yeare aforesaid.

4 John Reynolds the sonne of Daniell Reynolds of the parish of Amelie in the County of Hereford Taylor hath putt himselfe apprntice to Thomas Crome of Broadstreete to serve for eight yeares from the date aforesaid. Dated etc.

5 Henry Pottinger the sonne of Richard Pottenger of Burfeild in the County of Berks gent hath put himselfe apprntice to Henry White of the parish of Lambeth in Com. Surrey to serve him nine yeares from the day of the date abovesayd. Dated etc.

6 Lawrence Gery the sonne of Edward Gery late of Ranson in the County of Bucks gent decd hath put himselfe apprntice to John Brewer of Leadenhall streete to serve him seaven yeares from the day of the date abovesayd. Dated as abovesayd [Md he was imediately turned over to John Cowley haberd.]

7 William Thornyworke the sonne of Wm Thornyworke late of Alderwayes in the County of Stafford gent decd hath putt himselfe to Robert Leave of Hounseditch to serve for seaven yeares from the day of the date abovesayd. Dated as aforesaid.

8 Edward Piggott the sonne of Wm Piggott of Netherwinchington in the County of Bucks Taylor hath putt himselfe apprntice to Cesar Willis of Lumbard streete to serve for seaven yeares from the date abovesayd. Dated the day & yeare aforesaid.



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