Admissions to the Freedom of York
Temp. James II (1685-88)

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Francis Collins (editor)

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1900

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161-166

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'Admissions to the Freedom of York: Temp. James II (1685-88)', Register of the Freemen of the City of York: Vol. 2: 1559-1759 (1900), pp. 161-166. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=48285 Date accessed: 23 October 2014.


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Temp. James II (1685-88)

1 JAC. II, LEON. WILBERFOSSE, MAJORE. WILL. INMAN, MERCAT., JOSHUA SQUIRE, THO. BARSTOW, MERCERS, TYM. WILKINSON, DRAP., PETUELL FISH, GROC., CLEM. STEPHENSON, APOTH., CAR. REDMAN, ALL TRADES (sic), JOH. HASLE, MILLONER, CAMERARIIS

Robert Rudsdale, inholder

Thomas Walter, joyner

John Close, butcher

John Foster, merchant taylor

Samuell Smith, grocer

Tho. Lee, admitted a free labr.

Will. Hodd, vintner, per redemp.

John Slegg, mercer

George Ambler, baker

John Barton, barber

John Clayton, barber

Anthony Ickeringale, carpenter

Richard Smowton, baker

Henry Brogdin, cordwayner

Tho. Etherington, watchmaker

John Richardson, junior, baker

John Gibbons, admitted a free laborer

Christopher Watkin, taylor

John Fisher, inholder

John Alderson, apothecary

William Raper, merchant

John Louson, fishmonger

John Towes, tanner

Samuell Alderson, carpenter

Myles Handley, carpenter

John White, printer

Thomas Richardson

George Telford, per redemption

Thomas Gibson, per redemption

Trustram Hood, blacksmith

Chris. Attkinson, per redemp.

Sam. Carpenter, carver, per red.

William Taylor, per redemption

Peter Hood, pinner

William Stow, inholder

Thomas Blansdshard, millner

William Buttery, glover

Francis Trewis, free labourer

Danjell Corkroger, free labourer

Thomas Wade, free labourer

Andrew Singleton, beerbrewer

John Preston, cordwayner

Samuell Conningsby, cordwayner

Henry Hyndle, blacksmith

Edward Jackson, joyner

Hugh Peacock, grocer

Thomas Belasyse, merchant

Per Patres

George Harforth, butcher, fil. Georgii Harforth, ibidem

Henricus Lunn, taylor, fil. Samueli Lunn, cordwayner

Johannes Smalwood, jr., tanner, fil. Georgii Smalwood, draper

John Smalwood, sr., draper, fil. Georgii Smallwood, draper

Johannes Williamson, translayter, fil. Thomæ Williamson, weaver

Johannes Williamson, baker, fil. Johannis Williamson, baker

John Carlyle, tanner, fil. John Carlyle, malster

Michael Yeoman, marriner, fil. Marmaduke Yeoman

John Deighton, tanner, fil. Roberti Deighton, tanner

Michael Lund, marriner, fil. Anthonii Lund, bricklayer

John Howgill, marriner, fil. Thomas Howgill, grocer

Thomas Gowland, chandler, fil. Georgii Gowland, skinner

Katherine Conyers, fil. Christopher Conyers, inholder

Samuel Smith, fishmonger, fil. Phillip Smith, ibidem

Edward Hall, barber, fil. Robert Hall, cordwayner

Luke Dinnis, tanner, fil. Willelmi Dinnis, tanner

Will. Hunter, clothworker, fil. Willelmi Hunter, ibidem

James Hornsey, translater, fil. Leonardi Hornsey, ibidem

Edwardus Burton, silkweaver, fil. Georgii Burton, pewtherer

John Matthews, marriner, fil. Roberti Matthews, saddler

Richard Rogers, barber, fil. Willelmi Rogers

John Darke, taylor, fil. Robert Darke, cooke

Edmond Stead, clothier, fil. Thomas Stead, clothier

Daniell Hog, sadler, fil. Widow Hog

Thomas Cundall, barber, fil. Thomas Cundall, hosier

Sarrah Standforth, fil. Mr. Standforth, inholder

Leonard Elliott, joyner, fil. John Elliott, inholder

Marmaduke Oliver, bricklayer, fil. Ralph Oliver, labourer

Johannes Omfrey, baker, fil. Johannis Omfrey, baker

Thomas Mason, fil. Edwardi Mason, apothecary

Robertus Straker, merchant taylor, fil. Roberti Straker, tanner

Margaretta Hotham, spr., fil. Matthæi Hotham, draper

2 JAC. II, THO. MOSELEY, MAJORE. JOH. DAY, MERC., THO. AGAR, DRAP., JOH. BAINES, GROC., JOH. WELBURNE, APOTH., MARK GILL, GOLDSMITH, GEO. MASHROTHER, CUTLER, ROB. CLARKE, STATIONER, THO. TAYLOR, INHOLDER, CAMERARIIS

Willelmus Bancks, whitesmith

Robertus Smith, joyner

Jacobus Jolliffe, mercer

Franciscus Conyers, merchant

Johannes Burrell, free labourer

Will. Shippard, merchant taylor

Robertus Webster, per redemp.

Willelmus Burton, per redemp.

Johannes Hicke, merchant

Jacobus Collins, draper

Will. Whitehead, gentleman

Ricardus Yeats, draper

Laurencia Thwing, barber

Matthew Pearson, grocer

Edwardus Bateman, inholder

Georgius Atkinson, merchant

Thomas Hesle, baker

Joh. Browne, barber chirorgeon

Marcus Mitchell, chandler

Fran. Ingram, free laborer

Joh. Wormbwell, free laborer

Chr. James, free labourer

Ricardus Crosedale, whitesmith

Gilbertus Allanson, merch., per redemp.

Suzanna Smith, simptresse

Michael Warton, per redemption

Tho. Mace, gent., per redemption.

Carol. Barfeild, horner, per red.

Katherina Jackson, simptresse

Joh. Whites, per redemption

Johannes Watson, bearebrewer

Joh. Gowland, barber chirorgeon

Jonathanus Mortimer, sadler

Johannes Hood, blacksmith

Willelmus Jinings, carpenter

Chr. Buckle, whitesmith

Joh. Taite, millner, per redemp.

Johannes Slator, free labourer

Maria Chubb, simpstresse

Will. Paley, freeman, per redemp.

William White, seargmaker

Johannes Moore, blacke (sic)

Nicholas Wyle, free labourer

Chr. Jaques, blacksmith

Leon. Hall, merchant taylor

Ricardus Towne, mercer

Jacobus Preistman, per redemp.

Thomas Chamber, merchant

Joh. Watson, merchant taylor

Isaac Sugden, merch., perredemp.

Willelmus Snawdon, miller

Johannes Atkinson, translator

Robertus Turnbull, butcher

Joh. Brocklebanck, free labourer

Johannes Elsworth, per redemp.

Thomas Mayson, per redemp.

Johannes Robinson

Thomas Parkinson, free labourer

Chr. Awmond, bricklayer

Thomas Laycocke, appothecary

Franciscus Newarke, grocer

Willelmus Smyth, chimist

Robert Robson

Per Patres

Carolus Geldart, joyner, fil. Willelmi Geldart

Petrus Wilson, fil. Humfridi Wilson, translator

Georgius Dalton, carpenter, fil. Matthæi Dalton, carpenter

Johannes Aire, baker, fil. Johannis Aire, vintner

Ricardus Walker, dier, fil. Thomæ Walker, dier

Willelmus Lazenby, fil. Thomæ Lazenby

Edwardus Hodson, fil. Edwardi Hodson, cordwainer

Georgius Chapman, fil. Georgii Chapman, butcher

Margaretta Hotham, simpstresse, fil. Matthæi Hotham, draper

Francisca Procter, filia Johannis Procter, clerici

Willelmus Fox, pynner, fil. Thomæ Fox, tanner

Thomas Moore, fil. Ricardi Moore, marriner

Johannes Wilks, barber, fil. Mathæi Wilks, bricklayer

Thomas Nevill, merch. taylor, fil. Thomæ Nevill, merch. taylor

Thomas Bew, merchant taylor, fil. Thomæ Bew, cordwainer

Willelmus Cawton, marriner, fil. Georgii Cawton, marriner

Josias Hillary, merchant, fil. Roberti Hillary, merchant

Johannes Senior, painter, fil. Ricardi Senior, vintner

Johannes Hayes, merchant taylor, fil. Johannis Hayes, translator

Christopherus Jackson, wynecooper, fil. Georgii Jackson, mercer

Emanuel Justice, merchant, fil. Ricardi Justice

Robertus Smith, fil. Roberti Smith

Samuel Todd, watchmaker, fil. Samuelis Todd, milloner

Thomas Wightman, fil. Thomæ Wightman, miller

Willelmus Mountaine, fil. Philippi Mountaine, tannor

Johannes Fowler, baker, fil. Jacobi Fowler, baker

Edwardus Peacock, fil. Edwardi Peacock

Samuel Day, fil. Jacobi Day

Jacobus Richardson, fil. Jacobi Richardson

3 JAC. II, THO. RAYNES, MAJORE. JOSHUA HILLARY, MERCH., SOL. SNAWDON, APOTH., ROG. WYNN, HABERDASH., WALT. BAYNES, BEERBREWER, WILL. REDMAN, PINNER, JOH. BAXTER, SKINNER, BARTH. GELDART, COOKE, JOH. BYWATER, CAPMAKER, CAMERARIIS (fn. 1)

Willelmus Allon, pewtherer

Thomas Inman, vintner

Ricardus Newby, bricklayer

Lawrencius Slator, felmonger

Samuel Buxton, mercer

Tho. Walkington, free labourer

Will. Rookeinge, free labourer

Georgius Pickard, cordwainer

Leonardus Smith, free mason

Willelmus Anderson, translator

Will. Dunn, barber chirurgeon

Bartholomew Scott, per redemp.

Alexander Frisles, free labourer

Thomas Lee, per redemption

Rogerus Sowry, grocer

Matthæus Baker, glover

Jacobus Hoult, milner

Josephus Abbey, joyner

Georgius Atkinson, currier

Ricardus Haire, painter stainer

Jos. Thomlinson, appothecary

Tho. Rookeby, ar. per redemp.

Johannes Roemans, per redemp.

Ricardus Ealand, per redemp.

Johannes Burton, coppersmith

Ricardus Rayner, malster

Carolus Mace, clericus, per red.

Joh. Bradley, clericus, per red.

Willelmus Raynes, per redemp.

Thomas Hardin, per redemption

Thomas Ward, merchant

Willelmus Casse, joyner

Samuel Evans, per redemption

Ricardus Buckton, bricklayer

Per Patres

Thomas Hutchinson, fil. Thomæ Hutchinson

Georgius Dodgson, fil. Willelmi Dodgson

Johannes Peckett, merchant, fil. Johannis Peckett, merchant

Franciscus Hart, fil. Willelmi Hart, merchant

Josephus Bawtry, upholster, fil. Barnardi Bawtry, clothworker

Thomas Walker, fil. Thomæ Walker, dyer

Johannes Dynnis, cordwainer, fil. Ricardi Dynnis

Johannes Taylor, fil. Thomæ Taylor, tanner

Abr. Smith, linningweaver, fil. Michael Smith

Abr. Hogg, cordwainer, fil. Johannis Hogg

Willelmus Clarke, stationer, fil. Willelmi Clarke

Thomas Burton, spooner, fil. Willelmi Burton

Georgius Halley, clericus, fil. Andreæ Halley, cordwainer

Jacobus Boulton, cowper, fil. Jacobi Boulton, cowper

Jacobus Shippard, fil. Christopheri Shippard, butcher

Edmundus Walls, painter stainer, fil. Matthæi Walls, currier

Georgius Walls, fil. Matthæi Walls, currier

Carolus Kiplinge, bricklayer, fil. Jacobi Kiplinge, bricklayer

Willelmus Tesh, cowper, fil. Radulphi Tesh, sledman

Robertus Nicholson, weaver, fil. Johannis Nicholson, weaver

3 JAC. II, ROB. WALLER, MAJORE. (fn. 2)

Robertus Allon, cordwainer

Chr. Earby, winecooper

Joh. Baynes, ar. per redemp.

Johannes Ellerker, carpenter

Gilbertus Metcalfe, merchant

Willelmus Dibney, per redemp.

Alexander Harrison, per redemp.

Robertus Stainton, cordwainer

Chr. Airy, per redemption

Willelmus Wood, free labourer

Robertus Jackson, per redemp.

Luke Robson, per redemption

Thomas Mascall, per redemption

Hen. Goodricke, bart., per red.

Per Patres

Hon. Peregrinus Osburne, ar., Viscount Dunblaine, fil. Præhon. Tho. Comit. Danby

Johannes Roome, chandler, fil. Johannis Roome, chandler

Marcus Dawson, cowper, fil. Tristrami Dawson, cowper

Johannes Cowlam, carpenter, fil. Willelmi Cowlam, carpenter

Timotheus Plomer, goldsmith, fil. Johannis Plomer, goldsmith

Willelmus Makin, fil. Willelmi Makin, taylor

Jonathan Harland, fil. Matthiæ Harland

4 JAC. II, JOH. FOSTER, MAJORE. CHRIS. LEDGARD, MERCH., CAR. BYWATER, ATTOR., THO. WARD, VINTNER, MART. HOTHAM, MILLINER, ROB. JUBB, CLOTHWORKER, BENED. HORSLEY, PAINT. STAIN., NICH. FISHER, TANNER, THO. COATES, BUTCHER, CAMERARIIS

Matthæus Garbutt, milner

Will. Harrison, free labourer

Willelmus Murfitt, per redemp.

Johannes Midlebrooke, inholder

Georgius Benson, felmonger

Thomas Prockter, apothecary

Willelmus Andrew, bricklayer

Johannes Briggs, joyner

Jacobus Witton, felmonger

Ricardus Cane, sadler

Henricus Garbutt, whitesmith

Willelmus Gilpin, baker

Joshua Pitts, free labourer

Matthæus Mordant, per redemp.

Willelmus Bancks, chandler

Willelmus Rooth, glover

Johannes Allinson, free labourer

Johannes Dixon, per redemp.

Robertus Bywater, bricklayer

Johannes Dawson, taylor

Henricus Baynes, merchant

Dowell Pollard, armourer

Johannes Musgrave, cutler

Joh. Ingleby, lyninge weaver

Petrus Haiton, translator

Joh. English, merchant taylor

Johannes Bradley, per redemp.

Henricus Wilkinson, per redemp.

Jacobus Grime, cutler

Johannes Browne, translator

Johannes Owram, cooke

Chr. Ransome, merchant taylor

Joh. Waud, merchant taylor

Carolus Singleton, merch. taylor

Edw. Chapman, lynningeweaver

Willelmus Kitchingman, butcher

Willelmus Morris, free labourer

Thomas Lane, free labourer

Robertus Perrett, per redemp.

Tho. Hawthropp, free labourer

Henricus Topham, per redemp.

Thomas Healey, merchant

Robertus Rousby, merchant

Thomas Marston, free labourer

Jacobus Sympson, per redemp.

Thomas Relfe, inholder

Johannes Cary, per redemp.

Per Patres

Thomas Pockley, fil. Thomæ Pockley, merchant taylor

Thomas Hardy, fil. Willelmi Hardy, chandler

Gamaliel Preston, fil. Edwardi Preston, girdler

Robertus Anderson, fil. Johannis Anderson

Willelmus Cooke, fil. Willelmi Cooke, translaytor

Willelmus Addinall, fil. Roberti Addinall, painter stainer

Ricardus Thorpe, fil. Ricardi Thorpe

Samuel Billingham, fil. Johannis Billingham, mercer

Georgius Thomson, fil. Roberti Thomson

Henricus Richardson, capmaker, fil. Willelmi Richardson

Robertus Jackson, joyner, fil. Georgii Jackson, carpenter

Thomas Hicke, butcher, fil. Thomæ Hicke, butcher

Jacobus Lofthouse, feltmaker, fil. Radulphi Lofthouse, tanner

Johannes Hanson, joyner, fil. Johannis Hanson, bricklayer

Franciscus Swaine, carpenter, fil. Johannis Swaine

Ricardus Fairburne, fil. Willelmi Fairburne

Matthæus Waterhouse, painter, fil. Johannis Waterhouse

Joh. Mawman, lynninge weaver, fil. Geo. Mawman, lynning weaver

Robertus Hotham, haberdasher, fil. Roberti Hotham, tanner

Chr. Cooke, tanner, fil. Martini Cooke, tanner

Thomas Beeforth, trunckmaker, fil. Willelmi Beeforth, trunckmaker

Johannes Crosedill, merchant taylor, fil. Johannis Crosedill

Johannes Clarke, fil. Andrei Clarke, tanner

Henricus Topham, fil. Christopheri Topham, merchant

Willelmus Gowland, fil. Roberti Gowland, tanner

Benjaminus Maxwell, carpenter, fil. Thomæ Maxwell

Ricardus Greenup, sadler, fil. Ricardi Greenup, barber chirorgeon

Hamon Straker, fil. Jacobi Straker, tanner

Henricus Spinke, joyner, fil. Henrici Spinke, tanner

Thomas Waterhouse, carpenter, fil. Johannis Waterhouse, taylor

Jonathanus Day, fil. Jacobi Day, baker

Thomas Smeaton, fil. Willelmi Smeaton, tanner

Jacobus Wood, fil. Radulphi Wood, baker

Footnotes

1 From the Feast of St. Maurice to November 10 following.
2 From November 10, 1687, to the feast of St. Maurice next following.