Admissions to the Freedom of York
1-15 George II (1727-42)

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Francis Collins (editor)

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1900

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228-262

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'Admissions to the Freedom of York: 1-15 George II (1727-42)', Register of the Freemen of the City of York: Vol. 2: 1559-1759 (1900), pp. 228-262. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=48289 Date accessed: 20 April 2014. Add to my bookshelf


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1 GEO. II, PET. WHITTON, MAJORE. DRAPER WOOD, HEN. TIREMAN, THO. RAPER, MARM. MILBURNE, WILL. SLAYDEN, THO. RODWELL, BEN. HAWKSWELL, THO. MELLAR, CAMERARIIS

Samuel Scott, joyner

Thomas Boldock, flaxdresser

Thomas Ward, weaver, per ord.

Hen. Conyers, innholder, per ord.

Ric. Rayner, whitesmith, per ord.

Fran. Gibb, innholder, per ord.

Thomas Blades, translator

William Sidgwick, carpenter

Christopher Heslop, currier

William Armistead, carpenter

John Gibson, bricklayer

Samuel Whitaker, grocer

John Chippendale, vintner

William Jackson, hempdresser

Jeremiah Smith, taylor

Francis Mattison, carpenter

Stephen Gresheon, vintner, per ordinem

Robertus Taylor, joyner

Willelmus Jackson, translator

Ricardus Nelstrop, bricklayer

Georgius Coates, glover

Willelmus Ramsdell, pipemaker, per ordinem

Thomas Buttler, cordwainer

Thomas Penrose. flaxdresser

Thomas Clarke, miller

Stephanus Gier, linedresser

Willelmus Firth, joyner

Johannes Marshal, joyner

Hugho Boslam, joyner and wheelwright

Robertus Simpson, shoemaker, per ordinem

Jacobus Pickering, currier

Geo. Skelton, grocer, per ord.

Thomas Bland, linnenweaver

William Wood, painter stainer

Jacobus Rowe, druggist, per ord.

Per Patres

Jonas Drake, vintner and innholder, fil. Roberti Drake, tayler

Johannes Suttle, mercator, fil. Willelmi Suttle, mercatoris

Willelmus Heild, fil. Willelmi Heild, translator

Johannes Hollins, butcher, fil. Lucæ Hollins, butcher

Johannes Mason, whitesmith, fil. Thomæ Mason, translator

Seth Lazenby, chandler, fil. Seth Lazenby, chandler

Johannes Busfield, goldsmith, fil. Willelmi Busfield, goldsmith

Josias Truslove, sadler, fil. Roberti Truslove

Will. Sugar, tallowchandler, fil. Francisci Sugar, tallowchandler

Georgius Smith, carpenter, fil. Willelmi Smith, chimist

Edwardus Wood, barber, fil. Timothei Wood, joyner

Thomas Horsley, painter, fil. Thomæ Horseley, painter

Johannes Lowcock, mercator, fil. Eleazar Lowcock, hosier

Johannes Perritt, carpenter, fil. Jonathani Perritt, bricklayer

Robertus Thompson, marriner, fil. Roberti Thompson, marriner

Johannes Johnson, carpenter, fil. Seth Johnson, bricklayer

Thomas Watkinson, barber surgeon, fil. Tho. Watkinson, ropemaker

Barbara Bolton, fishmonger, fil. Willelmi Bolton, felmonger

Johannes Hough, barber, fil. Johannis Hough, cook

Robertus Cooke, fil. Christophori Cooke, tanner

Rebecca Etherington, spinster, fil. Tho. Etherington, watchmaker

2 GEO. II, WILL. DOBSON, MAJORE. JAC. ROBINSON, THO. SPOONER, JOH. HILILEIGH, FRAN. JEFFERSON, HEN. BOWER, CHRIS. PEAKE, JOH. NAPIER, WILL. FRUBISHER, CAMERARIIS

Georgius Bannester, baker

Thomas Head, jr., butcher

Hen. Bewley, innholder, per ord.

Thomas Hague, per ordinem

Josephus Sunton, victual., per ordinem

Johannes Cracroft, fishmonger, per ordinem

Michael Daggett, barber surgeon

Petrus Theakston, butcher

Georgius Robson, butcher

Thomas Sowersby, blacksmith, per ordinem

Edward Moorhouse, merchant

Jos. Audrien, innholder, per ord.

Josephus Harper, bricklayer

Philippus Daniel, bricklayer

Ricardus Coates, bricklayer

Robertus Dent, butcher

Johannes Haynes, sadler

Car. Gordon, barb, surg., per ord.

Thomas Lund, merchant taylor

Joh. Cook, innholder, per ord.

Jac. Calvert, barber and perriwiggmaker

Ricardus Thackeray, winecooper

Thomas Abbott, girdler

Josephus Sowray, apothecary

Georgius Robinson, marriner

Thomas Sidgwick, whitesmith

Robertus Ford, armourer and brazier, per ordinem

Edw. Ward, innholder, per ord.

Archibaldus Creighton, merch. taylor

Georgius Westwood, baker

Thomas Foster, butcher

Joh. Headley, plum. and glazier

Joshua Pyemount, innholder, per ordinem

Will. Taylor, innholder, per ord.

Per Patres

Georgius Ambler, sadler, fil. Johannis Ambler, sadler

Joh. Masterman, marriner, fil. Georgii Masterman, linnenweaver

Johannes Buckle, apothecary, fil. Willelmi Buckle, carpenter

Johathanus Browne, carpenter, fil. Johannis Browne, carpenter

Robertus Pearson, mercator scissor, fil. Lancelot Pearson

Willelmus Morton, brazier and coppersmith, fil. Willelmi Morton

Joh. Dunning, mercator scissor, fil. Joh. Dunning, mercatoris scissoris

Simon Buckton, glazier, fil. Thomæ Buckton, glazier

Johannes Richardson, fil. Willelmi Richardson, mercatoris

Edwardus Jollyffe, mercer, fil. Jacobi Jolliffe, mercer

Christopherus Watkin, joyner and carpenter, fil. Chr. Watkin

Johannes Robinson, barb, surg., fil. Leonardi Robinson, innkeeper

Robert Laytham, fil. Anthonii Laytham, carver

Willelmus Dunn, barb. surg., fil. Willelmi Dunn, barb. surg.

Johannes Beverley, cutler, fil. Stephani Beverley, tanner

Ricardus Blenkorne, jr., carpenter, fil. Ricardi Blenkorne, senioris

Johannes Etty, carpenter, fil. Willelmi Etty, carpenter

Matt. Buckle, Spanish leatherdresser, fil. Thomæ Buckle, felmonger

Willelmus Hall, surgeon, fil. Edwardi Hall, innholder

Edw. Wharton, winecooper, fil. Matthæi Wharton, merct. sciss.

Johannes Wyrill, cordwainer, fil. Ricardi Wyrill, merchant tayler

Ricardus Cowling, lanius, fil. Thomæ Cowling, lanii

Johannes Spink, baker, fil. Roberti Spink, carpenter

Ricardus Spacie, hosier & pinner, fil. Willelmi Spacie, pipemaker

Robertus Killam, marriner, fil. Thomæ Killam, roper

3 GEO. II, JOH. STAINFORTH, MAJORE. SAM. WAUD, GENT., HEN. MYRES, JOH. SUTTELL, GEO. THWING, ISAAC ROBINSON, JAC. MASON, ROG. SHACKLETON, RIC. CORNEY, CAMERARIIS

Samuel Hick, whitesmith

Alexus. Simpson, cordwainer

Henricus Blyth, joyner

Leonardus Hill, linnenweaver

Tobias Rudsdale, coachmaker, per ordinem

Ricardus Simpson, whitesmith & pattinmaker

Joh. Buttry, joyner and sawer

Willelmus Pattison, milner

Ricardus Bewley, cordwainer

Ricardus Spink, mariner

Henricus Grice, apothecary

Matthæus Shaw, translator

Johannes Umpleby, translator

Carolus Fairweather, innholder

Robertus Cross, soapboiler and tallowchandler

Martin Pickering, barber surgeon

Johannes Harrison, innholder

Johannes Braithwaite, baker

Ricardus Pulleyn, baker

Willelmus Burnley, mercator

Willelmus Carter, baker

Will. Forth, vintner, per ord.

Willelmus Baker, cook, per ord.

Thomas Garland, bricklayer

Johannes Todd, joyner

Stephanus Sharprey, per ord.

Thomas Craggs, dyer, per ord.

Per Patres

Franciscus Boddy, whitesmith, fil. Willelmi Boddy, whitesmith

Thomas Hayes, cordwainer, fil. Matthæi Hayes, cordwainer

Henricus Day, barb. surg., fil. Willelmi Day, merch. taylor

Thomas Fowler, baker, fil. Johannis Fowler

Willelmus Towre, bricklayer, fil. Roberti Towre, plum. and glazier

Johannes Taylor, joyner, fil. Georgii Taylor, joyner

Rogerus Bretridge, fil. Roberti Bretridge, carpenter

Edwardus Lund, winecooper, fil. Willelmi Lund, felmonger

Robertus Hudson, grocer, fil. Timothei Hudson, tanner

Johannes Tesh, joyner, fil. Willelmi Tesh, winecooper

Timotheus Turner, shoemaker, fil. Johannis Turner, clothdresser

Johannes Webster, glaz. & plum., fil. Thomæ Webster, glaz. & plum.

Andreas Dawson, joyner, fil. Georgii Dawson, joyner

Georgius Hall, linnenweaver, fil. Willelmi Hall, linnenweaver

Thomas Carey, barber surgeon, fil. Willelmi Carey, combmaker

Thomas Dale, bricklayer, fil. Johannis Dale, bricklayer

Johannes Little, yeoman, fil. Willelmi Little, yeoman

Jaques Priestley, mercer, fil. Johannis Priestley, mercer

Robertus Glenton, bricklayer, fil. Johannis Glenton, bricklayer

Benjaminus Howlett, merch. taylor, fil. Ben. Howlett, woolendraper

4 GEO. II, JONE THOMPSON, MAJORE. CAR. WEIGHTMAN, JOH. LOWCOCK, GEO. SKELTON, JAQUES PRIESTLEY, THO. CLIFTON, JOH. BUSFIELD, JOH. WALKER, GEO. REYNOLDSON, CAMERARIIS

Silvester Hicklington, habberdasher

Samuel Garland, bricklayer

Chr. Cook, hosier & haberdasher

Francisca Hargraves, milloner

Matthæus Mitchelson, mercator scissor

Joh. Cobb, victualer, per ord.

Johannes Theakston, carpenter

Georgius Ripley, carpenter

Ricardus Farrer, upholsterer

Josephus Barton, carpenter

Emanuel Barton, bricklayer

Georgius Marshal, translator

Willelmus Simpson, whitesmith

Willelmus Daniel, carpenter

Willelmus Hill, bricklayer

Ricardus Gill, bricklayer

Willelmus Bretridge, bricklayer

Henricus Breame, butcher

Joh. Mayer, generosus, per ord.

Tho. Whitehead, generosus, per ordinem

Ricardus Driffield, baker

Ricardus Bachouse, barber

Geo. Falconer, cook & innholder

Edwardus Mould, weaver

Thomas Barnard, baker

Willelmus Benson, baker

Joh. Newton, worstidweaver, per ordinem

Willelmus Cattell, flaxdresser

Thomas Kellington, haberdasher and leatherseller

Johannes Smith, winecooper

Franciscus Phipps, butcher

Johannes Girdler, marriner

Johannes Wakefield, merchant

Johannes Foss, whitesmith

Lucas Napier, mercer

Per Patres

Ben. Glazier (sic) Burton, glazier, fil. Josephi Burton, glazier

Willelmus Thompson, clericus, fil. Henrici Thompson, armigeri

Christopherus Holmes, pipemaker, fil. Radulphi Holmes

Johannes Terry, bricklayer, fil. Johannis Terry, baker

Robertus Clough, bricklayer, fil. Roberti Clough, bricklayer

Johannes Vannard als. Vanner, merch. tayl., fil. Joh. Vanner als. Vannard

Leonard Watkins, translator, fil. Christopheri Watkins, tayler

Johannes Wheellas, flaxdresser, fil. Johannis Wheellas, flaxdresser

Thomas Walker, bricklayer, fil. Thomæ Walker, baker

Johannes Swann, cooper, fil. Thomæ Swann, cooper

Brigida Gell als. Taylor, fil. Abrahami Taylor, fishmonger

Johannes Browne, glover, fil. Johannis Browne, glover

Ricardus Sutcliffe, linnenweaver, fil. Henrici Sutcliffe, miller

Thomas Dalton, butcher, fil. Thomæ Dalton, butcher

Franciscus Cordukes, grocer, fil. Ricardi Cordukes, haberdasher

Willelmus Hogg, lastmaker, fil. Abrahami Hogg, shoemaker

Georgius Fowler, carpenter, fil. Philipi Fowler, carpenter

Abrahamus Battison, marriner, fil. Abrahami Battison, pewterer

Thomas Knowles, joyner, fil. Johannis Knowles, baker

Timotheus Rawlin, felmonger, fil. Johannis Rawlin, felmonger

Thomas Smeaton, merchant taylor, fil. Georgii Smea[ton]

Georgius Blanshard, miller, fil. Thomæ Blanshard, miller

Johannes Murton, brasier and coppersmith, fil. Willelmi Murton, coppersmith and brazier

Thomas Silburne, wine cooper, fil. Jacobi Silburn, baker

Johannes Turner, clothier, fil. Johannis Turner, clothier

Jacobus Richardson, mercator, fil. Willelmi Richardson, mercatoris

Willelmus Foster, cook, fil. Willelmi Foster, cook

Johannes Wilstrop, fil. Roberti Wilstrop, whitesmith

5 GEO. II, HEN. BAYNES, MAJORE. THO. READ, JAC. ROWE, WILL. BLYTH, STEPH. BEVERLEY, JOH. BLYTH, GEO. BURTON, JONATH. WHITE, GEO. GIBSON, CAMERARIIS

Carolus Bentley, stationer and bookbinder

Willelmus Slee, brazier

Radulphus Harrison, bricklayer

Willelmus Cook, carpenter

Willelmus Simpson, joyner

Johannes Hepworth, joyner

Johannes Plumer, pewterer

Johannes Saxton, joyner

Johannes Catterton, joyner

Thomas Waite, whitesmith

Thomas Shillitoe, butcher

Ricardus Knowles, carpenter

Matthias Butler, joyner

Geo. Crake, shoemaker, per ord.

Marcus Ambler, innholder

Leonard Bearpark, butcher

Tho. Shipton, cowkeeper, per ord.

Tho. Thackeray, victual., per ord.

Will. Ryley, merchant tayler

Steph. Kidson, merchant tayler

Præhon. Ricardus, Comes de Burlington et Cork, per specialem ordinem

Johannes Harrison, cooper

Alexus Ferguson, joyner

Chris. Whitehead, currier

Thomas Mattison, baker

Johannes Smith, carpenter

Præhon. Carolus, Comes de Carlile, per specialem ordinem

Chr. Oldfield, innholder, per ord.

Tho. Heath, blacksmith, per ord.

Ricardus Lawson, mercator

Edwardus Agar, blacksmith

Ambrosius Smith, mercator

Hen. Hindley, clockmaker, per ordinem

Edwardus Plumpton, silkweaver

Johannes Granger, translator

Per Patres

Willelmus Yeoman, upholsterer, fil. Roberti Yeoman, tanner

Josephus Haxby, sergeweaver, fil. Thomæ Haxby, hempdresser

Samuel Tuke, stuffweaver, fil. Willelmi Tuke, blacksmith

Edwardus Harrison, caster, feltmaker & haberdasher, fil. Alexandri Harrison

Georgius Stephenson, merchant, fil. Joh. Stephenson, merchant

Jacobus Taylor, tanner, fil. Jacobi Taylor, tanner

Nehemiah Morley, tanner, fil. Nehemiah Morley

Matthias Smith, linnenweaver, fil. Matthæi Smith, linnenweaver

Robertus Fewler, baker, fil. Roberti Fewler, innholder and baker

Ricardus Dunning, whitesmith, fil. Ricardi Dunning, whitesmith

Georgius Calverley, currier, fil. Willelmi Calverley, currier

Ricardus Swaile, clericus, fil. Johannis Swaile

Josephus Berwicke, butcher, fil. Josephi Berwicke, butcher

Johannes Smelt, barber surgeon, fil. Johannis Smelt, butcher

Willelmus Hudson, tanner, fil. Timothei Hudson, tanner

Rokeby Scott, clericus, fil. Henrici Scott, apothecary

Samuel Land, labourer, fil. Samuel Land, miller

Georgius Benson, felmonger, fil. Georgii Benson, felmonger

Thomas Johnson, whitesmith, fil. Christopheri Johnson, cordwainer

Joh. Williamson, merchant taylor, fil. Joh. Williamson, merch. taylor

Franciscus Greenup, vintner, fil. Ricardi Greenup, sadler

Robertus Horsley, baker, fil. Johannis Horsley, baker

Thomas Wyrill, baker, fil. Ricardi Wyrill, weaver

Thomas Thearsby, pewterer, fil. Emanuel Thearsby, blacksmith

Thomas Loft, taylor, fil. Thomæ Loft, blacksmith

Josephus Collier, gardiner, fil. Thomæ Collier, linnen weaver

Robertus Barker, upholsterer, fil. Johannis Barker, upholsterer

Willelmus Pearson, merchant taylor, fil. Willelmi Pearson, sadler

Edwardus Wilberfoss, marriner, fil. Edwardi Wilberfoss, butcher

Tho. Webster, glazier & plumer, fil. Tho. Webster, plumer & glazier

Rob. Truslove, barber surgeon, fil. Rob. Truslove, ship carpenter

6 GEO. II, JAC. DODSWORTH, MAJORE. JOH. MAYER, MATH. OWRAM, GENTS., SAM. WHITAKER, GROC., JOS. LODGE, HABERDASHER OF HATS, EDW. WINWOOD, BUTTER BUYER, GEO. ATKINSON, CURRIER, ROB. STAINTON, SADL., CHRIS. RAWDEN, BREWER, CAMERARIIS

Joh. Walker, cooper & innholder

Will. Gill, flax & hemp dresser

Willelmus Cooper, glover

Henricus Frankland, sergeweaver and woolcomber

Johannes Clean, shoemaker

Willelmus Ellis, brazier

Rob. Scott, soapboiler, per ord.

Georgius Dovers, joyner

Tho. Thwaites, junior, innholder

Radulphus Walls, carpenter

Willelmus Hudson, carpenter

Willelmus Harrison, butcher

Johannes Sotheby, joyner

Thomas Burnel, butcher

Carolus Busfield, carp. & joyner

Amor Oxley, grocer

Luke Haxwell, whitesmith

Thomas Dallamour, gardiner

Johannes Catterton, translator

Samuel Towers, barber surgeon

Georgius Peirson, joyner & carpenter, per ord.

Johannes Taylor, tanner

Willelmus Hall, merchant taylor

Willelmus Walker, cooper

Heneage Thomlinson, sadler

Rob. Smithies, merchant taylor

Johannes Ryder, flaxdresser

Will. Kettlewell, innholder, per ordinem

Edw. Inchbold, innholder, per ordinem

Thomas Wilson, smith

George Berry, victualer, per ord.

Johannes Lund, merchant taylor

Franciscus Pegg, baker

Johannes Barton, taylor

Johannes Evers, merchant taylor

Willelmus Steel, smith

Johannes Rider, carpenter

Joh. Mitchelson, linnendraper, per ordinem

Joh. Plumer, innholder, per ord.

Sir John Key, bart., per ord.

Johannes Todd, gardiner

Johannes May, marriner

Johannes Bradley, apothecary

Christopherus Hewitson, cutler

Rob. Maw, carpenter and joyner, per ordinem

Per Patres

Willelmus Hayes, marriner, fil. Willelmi Hayes, brickmaker

Solomon Scott, miller, fil. David Scott, miller

Robertus Morley, clockmaker, fil. Nehemiah Morley, tanner

Michael Pollard, merchant taylor, fil. Matthæi Pollard

Sampson White, freemason, fil. Georgii White, freemason

Willelmus Relph, baker, fil. Georgii Relph

Johannes Raper, marriner, fil. Johannis Raper, merchant taylor

Stephanus Knaggs, marriner, fil. Marci Knaggs, cobler

Willelmus Reynolds, barber surgeon, fil. Georgii Reynolds, milloner

Will. Blackburne, joyner & carpenter, fil. Will. Blackburne, baker

Joh. Lazenby, joyner & carpenter, fil. Tho. Lazenby, joyner & carp.

Robertus Smith, grocer, fil. Samuel Smith, grocer

Johannes Chayter, merchant taylor, fil. Henrici Chayter, bricklayer

Carolus Fawcett, fishmonger, fil. Chris. Fawcett, sword cutler

Paullus Matthews, innholder, fil. Tobiæ Matthews, innholder

Thomas Smith, merchant, fil. Samuel Smith, grocer

Johannes Blyth, winecooper, fil. Samuel Blyth, baker

Thomas Hall, linnenweaver, fil. Willelmi Hall, linnenweaver

Carolus Smeaton, bookbinder, fil. Caroli Smeaton, bookbinder

Johannes Scarr, yeoman, fil. Matthæi Scarr, blacksmith

Johannes Cook, butcher, fil. Georgii Cook, butcher

Johannes Walker, bookbinder and bookseller, fil. Johannis Walker, merchant taylor

Johannes Ascough, mason, fil. Jacobi Ascough, merchant taylor

Georgius Woodhouse, barber, fil. Johannis Widhouse, barber

Georgius Dent, cooper, fil. Richardson Dent, taylor

Samuel Fountain, inkhorn and combmaker, fil. Samuel Fountain, inkhorne and combmaker

Johannes Heslington, translator, fil. Ricardi Heslington, cordwainer

Matthæus Lister, grocer, fil. Willelmi Lister, grocer

Willelmus Lee, marriner, fil. Willelmi Lee, pinner

Willelmus Spetch, marriner, fil. Willelmi Spetch, marriner

Thomas Spetch, marriner, fil. Willelmi Spetch, marriner

Johannes Harrison, gardiner, fil. Will. Harrison, merchant taylor

Willelmus Barwick, ropemaker, fil. Christopheri Barwick, butcher

Joshua Thompson, marriner, fil. Roberti Thompson, marriner

Thurscross Topham, merchant, fil. Henrici Topham, merchant

Willelmus Morley, carpenter, fil. Johannis Morley, cordwainer

Laurentius Agar, yeoman, fil. Laurentii Agar, cordwainer

Farmer Woodhouse, winecooper, fil. Ricardi Woodhouse, innholder

Will. Dodsworth, clericus, fil. Jacobi Dodsworth, ar., major. civ. Ebr.

Thomas Harrison, clericus, fil. Alex. Harrison, brewer

Ricardus Lund, fil. Willelmi Lund, cordwainer

Willelmus Hansome, tayler, fil. Willelmi Hansome, taylor

Joh. Jackson de Hallifax, fil. Geo. Jackson de Tadcaster, painter

Johannes Fawcett, gardiner, fil. Johannis Fawcett, taylor

Johannes Oliver, tanner, fil. Jacobi Oliver, tanner

Georgius Glenton, bricklayer, fil. Johannis Glenton, bricklayer

Johannes Hillary, fil. Johannis Hillary, mercer

Johannes Matthews, packer, fil. Tobiæ Matthews, innholder

Johannes Thackray, butcher, fil. Johannis Thackray, butcher

Henricus Noble, baker, fil. Henrici Noble, baker

7 GEO. II, FREEMEN MADE IN THE MAYORALTY OF WILLIAM WHYTEHEAD, ESQUIRE, LORD MAYOR OF THE CITY OF YORK; GEO. STEPHENSON, RIC. LAWSON, MERCHANTS, JAMES JENKIN. SON, MERCH. TAY., ALEX. BLYTH, DYER, EDM. LEE, BARB., CALEB GREENBERRY, THO. FEATHERSTON, BREWERS, HEN. EAST. BURNE, VICTUALER, BEING CHAMBERLAINS OF THE CITY, AFORESAID, FROM THE FEAST OF ST. MAWRICE, 1733, UNTIL THE SAME FEAST, 1734

New Franchised Men

John Dixon, marriner

John Clough, barber surgeon

John Wike, blacksmith

Seth Joy, miller

Thomas Johnson, gardiner

Edward Hare, translator

John Ward, flaxdresser

John Dallamore, marriner

Thomas Kayley, stationer, disfranchised and copy given in

William Fox, translator

Robert Rhodes, winecooper

George Thompson, cordwainer

William Jackson, taylor

John Rooth, barber surgeon

Will. Nicholson, pinner and hosier

Robert Hepworth, cordwainer

Thomas Harrison, butcher

Richard Suggitt, butcher

Rowland Potter, marriner

Joseph Harrison, taylor

Amours Dinsdale, cordwainer

John Brockbank, taylor

Joseph Towenson, whitesmith

George Elliott, cordwainer

George Coates, glover

William Jackson, butcher

Robert Browne, taylor

Leonard Grembleson, barb. surg.

John Matherah, marriner

Henry Wheadley, barber surgeon

William Tatham, barber surgeon

John Dickson, butcher

Matthew Joy, whitesmith

Thomas Coates, taylor

Savile Robinson, felmonger and glover

Thomas Whiteoak, bricklayer

Thomas Frankland, felmonger and glover

George Turpin, translator

George Peacock, stuffmaker

Thomas Glenton, gardiner

Esau Holroid, weaver

William Giles, bricklayer

Walker Carter, marriner

Richard Corney, miller

George Parker, merchant taylor

Richard Mason, joyner

Dennis Chapman, cordwainer

Edward Atkinson, translator

Robert Farrow, merchant taylor

Ric. Bulmer, merch. tayl., by ord.

John Sowerby, innholder, by order

Tho. Dinin, innholder, by order

Thomas Steel, baker

Nathan Farrer, cordwainer

Anthony Dale, baker

William Thompson, merchant taylor

William Hudson, joyner

Henry Williams, hornpresser and combmaker

Jonathan Burrow, brasier

Gabrael Holliday, taylor

Martin Sandys, upholsterer

Isaac Baynes, currier

Joseph Lawton, ropemaker, harrister and heckler

Owram Clarke, cook

Thomas Bedford, bricklayer

Charles Pearson, merchant taylor

Robert Bowland, cordwainer

Robert Allott, wine cooper

Charles Duning, trunk and pipemaker

Thomas Chambers, blacksmith

John Thompson, cordwainer

Andrew Bradley, carpenter

John Hagues, joyner

Richard Varley, barber surgeon

John Hope, barber surgeon

Daniel Bywater, currier

George Hart, trunkmaker

William Middleton, hornbraker

Jacob Bussey, ropemaker and harister

William Slingsby, gardiner

William Haley, currier

Joseph Netherwood, brewer, by order

William Fairfax, currier

Matthew Wharton, gardiner

Thomas Atkinson, bricklayer

John Rhodes, plum. and glazier

Thomas Houlden, vintner and inholder

Marm. Marchant, brewer and malster

Joshua Hutchinson, plummer and glazier

Regnold Scaife, bricklayer

John (sic) Thompson, baker

Thomas Scote, sergeweaver

Josiah Hotham, merchant

Michael Williamson, brascaster

Robert Barugh, glaz. and plum.

Chris. Theakston, pinn. and hosier

Thomas Terry, clockmaker

Andrew Taylor, barber surgeon

William North, flaxdresser

Thomas Lowcock, merchant

John Goddard, merchant taylor

Richard Stracker, mason

Richard Johnson, whitesmith

William Camage, innholder

James Hodgson, cordwainer

Matthew Mitchel, bricklayer

John Potter, fishmonger and mariner

Francis Jackson, cordwainer

Jeoffry Linton, plumer & glazier

John Harper, haberdasher and felmonger

Robinson Wortley, barber

Richard Marston, blacksmith

Richard Wiley, grocer

George Seamour, silkweaver

Joshua Watkinson, innholder, by order

Thomas Mann, joyner

James Robinson, barb. surg., by order

Thomas Dinsdale, linnenweaver

Samuel Thornton, glover

Ric. Goodwin, winecooper, by order

James Watkinson, carpenter

John Skilbeck, innholder, by order

Freemen by Patrimony

William Masterman, linnenweaver, son of George Masterman, weaver

John Taylor, tanner, son of John Taylor, tanner or felmonger

William Wood, cook, son of Joseph Wood, miller

Thomas Bulman, vintner, son of John Bulman, vintner

Richard Harrison, clerk, son of Alexander Harrison, brewer

William Hudson, baker, son of Matthew Hudson, baker

John Roote, son of Timothy Roote, silkweaver

Richard Foster, cooper, son of Charles Foster, cooper

Zachariah Cobb, whitesmith, son of Zachariah Cobb, smith

John Waite, butcher, son of William Waite, butcher

John Bulmer, taylor, son of Thomas Bulmer, taylor

Richard Farrah, son of Robert Farrah, ropemaker

Francis Stephenson, merchant, son of William Stephenson, merchant

Charles Yates, haberdasher of small wares, son of John Yates, pinner and hosier

John Room, blacksmith, son of Allen Room, blacksmith

William Holmes, brazier, son of William Holmes, brizier (sic)

John Pockley, son of William Pockley, cordwainer

John Cole, merchant taylor, son of Robert Cole, merchant taylor

Andrew Wood, merchant taylor, son of James Wood, baker

John Spence, tallow chandler, son of Henry Spence, tallow chandler

Leonard Thompson, clerk, son of Richard Thompson, alderman

Robert Reynolds, clerk, son of Richard Reynolds, merchant

John Hunter, tanner, son of John Hunter, tanner

John Wyrel, linnen weaver, son of John Wyrel, linnen weaver

Robert Fountain, joyner, son of Robert Fountain, carpenter

Joseph Watkins, flaxdresser, son of Christopher Watkins, merchant taylor

Jeremiah Halder, flaxdresser, son of Jeremiah Halder, stonecutter

Samuel Barnard, taylor, son of Isaac Barnard, taylor

Richard Dawson, taylor, son of William Dawson, taylor

Robert Carter, painter, son of Robert Carter, wheelwright

William Farrah, milner, son of George Farrah, milner

Samuel Allen, merchant taylor, son of Samuel Allen, merchant taylor

Mark Mitchel, chandler, son of Mark Mitchel, chandler

Richard Mitchel, barber surgeon, son of the same

Marmaduke Sturdy, taylor, son of Robert Sturdy, cooper

John Evans, marriner, son of Edward Evans, marriner

Charles Foster, linnen weaver, son of John Foster, linnen weaver

John Lucas, marriner, son of Francis Lucas, pewterer

Samuel Day, labourer, son of John Day, cordwainer

John Mason, felmonger, son of William Mason, felmonger

William Hotham, haberdasher of hatts, son of Rob. Hotham, tanner

John Harrison, linnen weaver, son of Thomas Harrison, bricklayer

Edward Coates, painter, son of John Coates, brick layer

Robert Drake, gardiner, son of Robert Drake, taylor

William Shields, son of Stephen Shields, heckler

John Cundal, cordwainer, son of Robert Cundal, cordwainer

Robert Johnson, whitesmith, son of William Johnson, whitesmith

John Baythorne, cordwainer, son of William Baythorne, cordwainer

Andrew Gardhouse, cordwainer, son of John Gardhouse, merchant taylor

Joseph Firth, cordwainer, son of Leonard Firth, cordwainer

Joseph Marston, butcher, son of John Marston, blacksmith

Jonathan Fleming, carpenter and joyner, son of David Fleming, carpenter and joyner

Francis Parker, barber surgeon, son of Francis Parker, barber surgeon

William Weddal, merchant taylor, son of John Weddal, instrument maker

John Porter, joyner, son of John Porter, joyner

John Foster, barber surgeon, son of William Foster, cook

Richard Blackburne, cordwainer, son of William Blackburne, baker

Thomas Fleming, musitian, son of John Fleming, bricklayer

William Tate, yeoman, son of William Tate, tanner

Samuel Dodgson, labourer, son of Mark Dodgson, merchant taylor

Henry Worral, labourer, son of Joseph Worral, barber

William Richmond, son of Henry Richmond, sadler

William Pullein, son of Henry Pullein, merchant taylor

William Sutcliffe, labourer, son of John Sutcliffe, free porter

Richard Chapman, shoemaker, son of William Chapman, tanner

Valentine Nicholson, jeweller, son of Valentine Nicholson, gentleman

Richard Watson, coachman, son of Thomas Watson, coachmaker

Jonathan Killam, roper, son of Thomas Killam, roper

William Tuke, cordwainer, son of Mark Tuke, cordwainer

James Dove, barber surgeon, son of Edward Dove, joyner

William Merrington, son of Michael Merrington, weaver

James Fentiman, son of William Fentiman, tilemaker

Thomas Ash, barber surgeon, son of Richard Ash, victualer

Andrew Bulmer, brassfounder, son of Thomas Bulmer, taylor

James Plumer, merchant taylor, son of George Plumer, taylor

William Paul, taylor, son of William Paul, miller

John Greenup, sadler, son of Richard Greenup, sadler

John Fewsdale, cordwainer, son of John Fewsdale, cordwainer

Thomas Kipling, translator, son of Anthony Kipling, bricklayer

Charles Barwick, flaxdresser, son of Christopher Barwick, butcher

Christopher Jackson, marriner, son of Richard Jackson, taylor

William Mudd, carpenter, son of William Mudd, carpenter

John Adcock, gardiner, son of John Adcock, linnenweaver

John Lund, cordwainer, son of Richard Lund, tallow chandler

John Fewler, son of John Fewler, baker

John Cadday, grocer, son of Jacob Cadday, merchant taylor

Francis Megson, barber surgeon, son of Francis Megson, tanner

Samuel Gowland, gentleman, son of John Gowland, barber surgeon

Joseph Hargreave, cordwainer, son of Matthew Hargreave, distiller

John Nicholson, cook, son of John Nicholson, linnenweaver

Robert Simpson, tanner, son of Gregory Simpson, tanner

John Gawthorp, barber surgeon, son of Will. Gawthrop, cordwainer

William Thompson, marriner, son of Robert Thompson, marriner

Richard Wharton, cordwainer, son of Charles Wharton, barber

Edward Glass, son of Richard Glass, carpenter

John Hayton, son of James Hayton, linnenweaver

George Watson, butcher, son of Emanuel Watson, butcher

John Cosletine, marriner, son of Philip Cozletine, marriner

Valentine Nicholson, cordwainer, son of John Nicholson, linnenweaver

William Nicholson, gardiner, son of John Nicholson, linnenweaver

Thomas Newstead, son of William Newstead, tanner

Thomas Richardson, son of Christopher Richardson, butcher

John Morley, son of John Morley, cordwainer

William Lazenby, son of William Lazenby, chandler

Anthony Duning, son of John Duning, merchant taylor

Thomas Hudson, son of William Hudson, cordwainer

John Wharton, taylor, son of Matthew Wharton, taylor

Thomas Dobson, linnen weaver, son of Charity Dobson, brickmaker

Thomas Sampson, son of Christopher Sampson, merchant taylor

Edmund Wemick, paver, son of Walter Wemick, paver

John Ayre, baker, son of John Ayre, baker

John Wilson, barber surgeon, son of Robert Wilson, sergeweaver

John Farnell, flaxdresser, son of Jarvase Farnell, flaxdresser

George Welburne, marriner, son of Richard Welburne, fishmonger

William Stubbs, tanner, son of William Stubbs, carpenter

John Shaftoe, pipemaker, son of John Shaftoe, pipemaker

John Tesh, blacksmith, son of Matthew Tesh, joyner

Conyers Romans, mercer, son of John Romans, innholder

Henry Hoyle, brazier, son of John Hoyle, brazer

George Carter, wheelwright, son of Robert Carter, wheelwright

William Booth, shipwright, son of William Booth, barber surgeon

George Reynolds, son of George Reynolds, milloner

John Wilson, taylor, son of John Wilson, butcher

Philip Rosendale, son of Philip Rosindale, heckler

James Wilson, son of George Wilson, baker

William Appleby, translator, son of William Appleby, cordwainer

John Hall, brewer, son of Edward Hall, brewer

Christopher Jackson, butcher, son of John Jackson, printer

Richard Atkinson, barber surgeon, son of Edward Atkinson, barber surgeon

Edward Sudell, joyner, son of Edward Sudell, joyner

William Rodwell, pewterer, son of Thomas Rodwell, pewterer

Jonathan White, stuffweaver, son of William White, stuffweaver

Thomas Calvert, linnenweaver, son of Gabrael Calvert, linnenweaver

Michael Wilson, carrier, son of Michael Wilson, baker

John Jackson, printer, son of John Jackson, printer

William Woodhouse, painter stainer, son of Thomas Woodhouse, skinner

John Machell, joyner and carpenter, son of John Machell, joyner and carpenter

John Mawman, worsted comber, son of John Mawman, linnen weaver

William Smeaton, corkcutter, son of George Smeaton, taylor

John Seller, brazier, son of Edward Seller, brazier

George Jackson, son of John Jackson, printer

Richard Reynolds, baker, son of George Reynolds, milloner

Thomas Hudson, potter, son of John Hudson, baker

William Fenton, gardiner, son of Thomas Fenton, tanner

Jonathan Dryden, clerk, son of Jonathan Dryden, clerk

Jeremy Hardwick, son of William Hardwick, bricklayer

Seth Agar, clerk, son of Agur Agar, tanner

Edward Mellor of Knaresbrough, son of William Mellor, skinner

Robert Richardson, cabinetmaker, son of John Richardson, felmonger

Michael Smith, son of Matthew Smith, linnen weaver

Thomas Hansome, linnen weaver, son of William Hansome, merchant taylor

John Flint, marriner, son of Thomas Flint, marriner

William Spink, cooper, son of Henry Spink, joyner

Thomas Saunderson, gardiner, son of Andrew Saunderson sledgeman

John Simpson, carpenter & joyner, son of Gregory Simpson, tanner

Christopher Wilson, currier, son of Thomas Wilson

John Wade, weaver, son of John Wade, weaver

Thomas Hickson, painter stainer, son of William Hickson, painter stainer

Thomas Tesh, winecooper, son of William Tesh, winecooper

John Pearson, son of James Pearson, sadler

Henry Waite, cutler, son of Henry Wait, cutler

Richard Peckett, grocer, son of Richard Peckett, grocer

John Peckett, merchant, son of Richard Peckett, merchant

John Dickinson, taylor, son of Richard Dickinson, taylor

Robert Graves, barber surgeon, son of Robert Graves, gardiner

William Hoyle, taylor, son of Daniel Hoyle, wheelwright and joyner

Edward Kirby, joyner, son of Thomas Kirby, joyner

Phil. Holder als. Halder, son of Jeremiah Holder als. Halder, mason

John Dickinson, carpenter and joyner, son of Bernard Dickinson, carpenter

John Foster, taylor, son of John Foster, taylor

John Brooke, clerk, son of James Brooke, merchant

Nathaniel Lowther, taylor, son of Nathaniel Lowther, cooper

Philip Carus, bricklayer, son of Robert Carus, bricklayer

Richard Raisin, carpenter, son of Richard Raisin, carpenter

William Halder, marriner, son of Jeremiah Halder, mason

William Stephenson, merchant, son of William Stephenson, merch.

Charles Hayes, carpenter, son of Thomas Hayes, carpenter

John Glenton, bricklayer, son of John Glenton, bricklayer

William Webster, pinner and hosier, son of William Webster, miller

Leonard Day, barber, son of Jeremiah Day, barber

Moses Lund, son of William Lund, cordwainer

James Smith, esquire, son of Samuel Smith, potter

Francis Ingram, dyer, son of Metcalf Ingram, gentleman

Robert Cundal, cordwainer, son of Robert Cundal, cordwainer

Jeremiah Myers, mason, son of Jeremiah Myers, mason

Leonard Wilson, cordwainer, son of Robert Wilson, weaver

Richard Heeld, flaxdresser, son of William Heeld, cordwainer

Henry Williamson, stuffweaver, son of Laurence Williamson, carpenter

William Johnson, paver, son of Thomas Johnson, cordwainer

George Todd, clothdresser, son of Samuel Todd, goldsmith

George Horseman, currier, son of George Horseman, currier

William Paylor, baker, son of William Paylor, baker

William Smith, joyner, son of Thomas Smith, cordwainer

John Lee, miller, son of William Lee, miller

Joseph Webster, cordwainer, son of Alvery Webster, cordwainer

William Parker, staymaker, son of Edward Parker, goldsmith

John Scholey, cabenett maker, son of Nathaniel Scholey, cabenet maker

John Lakin, cordwainer, son of Matthias Lakin, tanner

Metcalfe Markenfield, son of Metcalfe Markenfield, butcher

Henry Fenton, flaxdresser, son of Thomas Fenton, brickmaker

John Leppington, carpenter, son of Thomas Leppington, gentleman

Henry Potter, translator, son of Leonard Potter, pannyerman

William Gray, filesmith, son of John Gray, carpenter

Ralph Scott, son of David Scott, miller

William Thompson, taylor, son of Robert Thompson, miller

Thomas Hartley, yeoman, son of Robert Hartley, tanner

Richard Hartley, yeoman, son of Robert Hartley, tanner

John Hartley, yeoman, son of Robert Hartley, tanner

William Hartley, yeoman, son of Robert Hartley, tanner

George Bateman, butcher, son of Edward Bateman, butcher

Richard Wickham, shoemaker, son of John Wickham, barber

William Kipling, bricklayer, son of Anthony Kipling, bricklayer

Mark Conn, son of George Conn, bricklayer

Richard Broadbelt, tanner, son of Richard Broadbelt, sadler

Richard Leathley, cooper, son of Robert Leathley, cooper

Benjamin Day, merchant, son of John Day, mercer

John Hogg, lastmaker, son of John Hogg, lastmaker

Richard Hogg, weaver, son of John Hogg, lastmaker

John Moore, barber surgeon, son of John Moore, cutler

William Abbay, merchant taylor, son of John Abbay, bricklayer

Samuel Clarke, translator, son of Samuel Clarke, translator

James Fowler, yeoman, son of James Fowler, yeoman

William Hardy, barber surgeon, son of Seth Hardy, paver

Cooper Wheeler, innholder, son of John Wheeler, flaxdresser

James Ward, translator, son of John Ward, blacksmith

Atkins Coultus, marriner, son of John Cowtus, gentleman

Abraham Carpenter, marriner, son of Samuel Carpenter, carver

Thomas Rodwell, pewterer, son of Thomas Rodwell, pewterer

8 GEO. II, JAMES BARNARD, ESQ., MAYOR. HEN. GRICE, APOTH., FRAN. PROCTER, MERCH., HEN. WAITE, CUTL., JOH. GREENUP, MERCH. TAYL., JOH. CHIPENDALE, VINT., WILL. WHITE, HOSIER, CHAR. CHARNOCK, PLUM. AND GLAZ., JAMES DISNEY, BRICKLAYER, CHAMBERLAINS

Edward Boldock, flaxdresser

Robert Rennison, translator

John Bell, carpenter

Timothy Hawksworth, barber surgeon

John Blanshard, translator

John Turner, maltster, by order

Will. Baker, carp. & joyn., by ord.

Will. Haberjamb, innholder, by order

John Bell, barber surgeon

William Hesalgrave, miller

Ric. Wright, innholder, by order

Bernard Scott, winecooper

Joh. Gilfillan, printer & stationer

Tho. Percival, tallow chandler

Thomas Smart, baker

John Hargrave, translator

John Harrison, vintner, by order

William Carr, joyner

William Waud, victualer, by ord.

Will. Randerson, miller, by order

Bryan Masser, rabbit seller, by order

Peter Thompson, wine cooper

Cornelius Severs, butcher

William Mann, barber surgeon

Alexander Staples, printer and bookseller, by order

Richard Rutledge, vintner and victualer, by order

Thomas Hodgson, bricklayer

Tho. Knipe, bricklayer, by order

By Patrimony

Thomas Allanby, keelman, son of Richard Allanby, keelman

Charles Dunn, bricklayer, son of Thomas Dunu, bricklayer

Thomas Burton, bricklayer, son of Thomas Burton, bricklayer

Robert Bell, marriner, son of William Bell, marriner

Nicholas Thompson, mercer, son of Thomas Thompson, mercer

Ric. Metcalfe, carpenter & joyner, son of Tho. Metcalfe, jr., butcher

Francis Chadock, trunkmaker, son of Thomas Chadock, blacksmith

George Healey, merchant, son of Thomas Healey, merchant

Joh. Hildyard, merch. advent. of England, son of Fran. Hildyard, bookseller

Richard Dalton, butcher, son of Thomas Dalton, butcher

9 GEO. II, SAM. CLARKE, ESQ., MAYOR. ROB. WILTON, SHOEMAKER, THO. WOODHOUSE, HORNBREAKER, JOH. HODGSON, INHOLDER, JOH. WILSON, PATTAN MAKER, THO. MASON, FELMONG. AND GLOV., BARNARD DICKINSON, JOYN. AND CARP., THO. VARLEY, BAK., CHRIS. MITCHEL, TAL. CHAND., CHAMBERLAINS

Lawrence Hoggart, butcher

Robert Bilbrough, miller

Thomas Peart, barber surgeon

Richard Davis, marriner, by ord.

Will. Maw, vint. & inhold., by ord.

Francis Lofthouse, silkweaver

Samuel Towel, bricklayer

John Foster, bricklayer

Quintin Acomb, butcher

Anthony Weighman, joyner

Richard Wilkinson, sadler

Edward Smith, merchant

George Pallaster, inhold., by ord.

William Dickinson, gardiner

Robert Plowman, painter stainer

Robert Carr, victualler, by order

Isaac Wilson, victualer, by order

Richard Middleton, butcher

William Bolton, joyner

Cæsar Ward, bookseller and stationer, by order

James Wilson, victualler, by ord.

John Martin, victualler, by ord.

Ric. Lawrence, victualler, by ord.

Geo. Rashley, victualer, by order

Francis Bilton, victualer, by ord.

Thomas Whitaker, grocer

John Lowther, marriner, by ord.

John Mitchel, hornbraker

By Patrimony

Thomas Morley, merchant, son of Nehemiah Morley, tanner

Peter Wray, barber surgeon, son of Peter Wray, cordwainer

Jonathan Atkinson, goldsmith, son of George Atkinson, currier

Joseph Edwards, grocer, son of Thomas Edwards, glover

John Chapman, corkcutter, son of John Chapman, tallowchandler

Matthew Gowthorp, translator, son of Will. Gowthorpe, cordwainer

Oswald Languith, marriner, son of John Languith, goldsmith

William Swann, carpenter, son of Francis Swann, carpenter

Henry Rodwell, winecooper, son of Thomas Rodwell, pewterer

John Walker, translator, son of Matthew Walker, baker

10 GEO. II, SIR JOH. LISTER KAYE, BART., MAYOR. THO. NORFOLK, MERCER, JOH. WAKEFIELD, AMOR OXLEY, GROCERS, FRAN. INGRAM, DYER, CHRIS. COOK, HOSIER, CLIFFORD BALDOCK, FLAXDRESSER, RIC. FARRAH, UPHOL., ALEX. STAPLES, STATIONER

Thomas Wilson, baker

Charles Slingsby, esq., by order

John Pybus, barber surgeon

James Sanderson, grocer

Edw. Swailes, hosier and pinner

Elnathan Colton, shoemaker

William Grews, porter, by order

Edw. Burthom, joyner, by order

Daniel Dibble, barber surgeon

Edward Porteus, apothecary

Joh. Brennand, lin. drap., by ord.

Edward Dawson, wine merchant

William Hexom, labourer, by ord.

Will. Hilton, carp. & joyn., by ord.

John Ellis, baker

John Cecill, carpenter

John Shacklock, wine cooper

William Horner, barber

Nathaniel Bell, scholemaster, by order

Tho. Shipton, apothecaey, by ord.

Will. Wadman, merchant taylor

Thomas Clarke, grocer

Tho. Hungate, painter stainer

Humph. Algood Robinson, gent., by order

Jos. Addington, confectioner, by order

William Roberts, mercer

Will. Callan, vintner, by order

Per Patres

William Addinal, cooper, son of James Addinall, cordwainer

William Baythorne, cordwainer, son of Will. Baythorne, cordwainer

John Chambers, translator, son of John Chambers, miller

Leonard Potter, fishmonger, son of Leonard Potter, panyerman

Thomas Fox, merchant taylor, son of Edward Fox

Lewis Etty, clerk, son of William Etty, carpenter

Thomas Rider, carpenter, son of William Rider, baker

Edward Lund, translator, son of Edward Lund, chandler

Thomas Staveley, miller, son of William Staveley, miller

Richard Oliver, brewer, son of James Oliver, tanner

Will. Browne, vintner & inholder, son of Joh. Browne, barb. surgeon

Will. Ryley of Flawith, yeoman, son of Will. Ryley, wine cooper

Thomas Wood, mercer, son of Andrew Wood, mercer

George Cook, butcher, son of George Cook, butcher

Richard Galloway, barber surgeon, son of Joseph Galloway, barber

William Knowles, gardiner, son of William Knowles, whitesmith

Edward Wood, barber surgeon, son of William Wood, free labourer

John Barker, upholdsterer, son of John Barker, upholdsterer

Oswald Gray, wine cooper, son of Oswald Gray, wine cooper

Miles Robinson, cooper, son of Thomas Robinson, cooper

James Halder als. Aldridge, barber surgeon, son of Christopher Halder als. Aldridge

William Firth, translator, son of Thomas Firth, translator

Matthew Wharton, wine cooper, son of Matthew Wharton, taylor

John Skelton, barber surgeon, son of John Skelton, barber surgeon

George Dinmore, blacksmith, son of Richard Dinmore, blacksmith

William Chapman, cordwainer, son of George Chapman, butcher

William Topham, milloner, son of Thomas Topham, milloner

William Clarke, barber surgeon, son of Samuel Clarke, translator

William Lunn, son of Thomas Lunn, tanner

William Waide, stuffeweaver, son of Joh. Waide, son of Tim. Waide

Richard Wilson, shoemaker, son of Thomas Wilson, linnen weaver

Richard Hardy, barber surgeon, son of Richard Hardy, joyner and carpenter

Robert Barthropp, son of Christopher Barthropp, cordwainer

Thomas Barstow, merchant, son of Benjamin Barstow, merchant

11 GEO. II, GEO. BENSON, ESQ., MAYOR FROM FST. ST. BLAZ. TO APRIL 5, THE DAY OF HIS DEATH; SIR TANCRED ROBINSON FROM HIS DECEASE. THO. SMITH, GROC., THO. BEVERLEY CUTL., CHRIS. HESLUP, CURRIER, WILL. MUDD, JOYN., WILL. BRACK, PAINT. STAIN., ROB. FORD, BRAZIER, JOS. SUNTON, INHOLD., THO. GODSON, FLAXDRESSER, CHAMBERLAINS

GEORGE BENSON, MAYOR

Joseph Mawson, bricklayer

John Fleming, currier

Nathant (sic) Broadbent, vintner

Anthony Weightman, joyner

SIR TANCRED ROBINSON, BART., MAYOR

William Lewis, brewer

James Cordley, wine cooper

John Tymperton, apothecary

John Carlton, whitesmith

Joseph Shaw, victualer, by order

Tho. Chapman, merchant taylor

William Christism, carpenter

George Nottingham, armourer and brazier

Richard Sledmer, basketmaker

Dan. Fran. Wisker, lin. drap., by order

Samuel Poole, joyner

Thomas Thompson, carpenter

Richard Pickering, cordwainer

Harry Corney, grocer

Robert Messenger, barber surgeon

William Welch, fustian maker, per ordinem

Thomas Linton, barber surgeon

Thomas Ellis, milner

Charles Tankard, merch. taylor

Thomas Warner, of Huntingdon, mealman, per ordinem

Robert Jackson, merchant taylor

John Bainbridge, merchant taylor

Joseph Botterill, blacksmith

Philip Pickering, vintner and inholder, by order

Thomas Carver, grocer, by order

Nathaniel Mason, painter stainer

George Cooper, bricklayer

John Redfern, taylor

John Linton, joyner & carpenter

By Patrimony

GEO. BENSON, MAYOR

Matthew Dawson, taylor, son of John Dawson

Robert Dawson, bricklayer, son of the same

William Boddy, whitesmith, son of William Boddy, whitesmith

Ann Bowlin, milloner, daur. of Thomas Bowlin, barber surgeon

Samuel Hillary, merchant, son of John Hillary, merchant

John Pennock, felmonger and glover, son of John Pennock, joyner

John Belwood, cordwainer, son of William Belwood, cordwainer

Henry Stow, translator, son of Samuel Stow, innholder

SIR TANCRED ROBINSON, BART., MAYOR

Jervas Farnel, flaxdresser, son of Jervas Farnel, flaxdresser

Francis Benson, whitesmith, son of John Benson, whitesmith

John Hotham, maltster, son of William Hotham, tanner

Hen. Shackleton, merchant, son of Rog. Shackleton, merch. and alder.

Tho. Richardson, merchant, son of William Richardson, merchant

William Tate, cordwainer, son of John Tate, tanner

Thomas Snow, mercer, son of Richard Snow

Robert Waite, baker, son of Robert Waite, merchant taylor

John Trayne, cooper, son of John Trayne, carpenter

Abraham Clarke, son of John Clarke, miller and brewer

Thomas Hunton, marriner, son of Richard Hunton, shoemaker

Thomas Perritt, bricklayer, son of Jonathan Perritt, bricklayer

John Frank, marriner, son of Robert Frank, marriner

Richard Dawson, merch., son of Thomas Dawson, merch. and aldm.

Richard Hay, blacksmith, son of Richard Hay, blacksmith

James Dodsworth, apothecary, son of James Dodsworth, apothecary and alderman

Watt Myers, joyner, son of Thomas Myers, marriner

12 GEO. II, GEO. ESKRICKE, ESQ., MAYOR. JOH. ELWICK, JOH. GREGG, JOS. MICKLEFIELD, MERCH. TAYLORS, RIC. TURNBULL, BUTCH., JEREM. RIDSDALE, BAK., JOH. SWANN, COOPER, CHAMBERLAINS

James Hargrave, translator

John Jellson, smith

John Smith, butcher

Robert Hardcastle, flaxdresser

Mary Clough, seamstress and milloner

William Abbay, bricklayer

Richard Clough, maker of linnens, fustians and silks, p. ord.

Joseph Hutton, cordwainer

Geo. Pybus, comb & hornmaker

Leonard Butteroy, otherwise Birthright, fishmonger

James Brooks, barber surgeon

Thomas Rider, cordwainer

John Simpson, cordwainer

Thomas Seight, baker

William Harper, butcher, by order

John Frankland, taylor

William Oastler, apothecary

John Lawson, barber surgeon

Henry Wakefield, vintner and inholder, per ordinem

Christopher Wray, baker

Will. Simpson, gunsmith, p. ord.

Roger Wilberfoss, sadler

Herbert Ferreman, gent., p. ord.

Matthew Featherston, innholder, per ordinem

Tho. Thorpe, (now clerk), grocer

John Jernegan, coachwheelwright, p. ord.

George Hartley, grocer

By Patrimony

Edmund Clarke, merchant taylor, son of Edmund Clarke, taylor

Hannah Beeforth, milloner, daur. of Rob. Beeforth, merchant taylor

Sarah Pearson, linnen drap., daur. of Joh. Pearson, joyner and carpenter

Ann Walker, milloner, daur. of John Walker, merchant taylor

Thomas Lowcock, merchant, son of Ebinezar Lowcock, merchant

William Harforth, whitesmith, son of William Harforth, whitesmith

William Firth, translator, son of Joseph Firth, taylor

John Wade, cordwainer, son of John Wade, of the manufactury

Thomas Payler, baker, son of William [Payler], baker

John Calvert, linnenweaver, son of Gabrael Calvert, linnenweaver

Thomas Thompson, miller, son of Thomas Thompson, miller

John Hardwick, barber surgeon, son of Thomas Hardwick, perukemaker

William Smith, son of Matthew Smith, linnen weaver

George Mitchel, baker, son of William Mitchel, baker

Robert Metcalfe, apothecary, son of Thomas Metcalfe, haberdasher

Charles Twist, ropemaker, son of John Twist, ropemaker

John Benson, merchant taylor, son of John Benson, whitesmith

William Tenant, barber surgeon, son of Richard Tenant, grocer

Thomas Allen, shoemaker, son of Thomas Allen, bricklayer

Thomas Dowthwaite, son of John Dowthwaite, merchant taylor

William Hayes, merchant taylor, son of Richard Hayes, blacksmith

Robert Cary, barber surgeon, son of William Cary, combmaker

John Gray, whitesmith, son of Oswald Gray, winecooper

John Wright, stocking weaver, son of Peter Wright, joyner

William Dalton, brewer, son of John Dalton, tanner

George Dalton, brazier, son of John Dalton, tanner

William Walker, basketmaker, son of William Walker, basketmaker

Hugh Harforth, felmonger and glover, son of William Harforth, whitesmith

Robert Dodson, labourer, son of Mark Dodson, taylor

13 GEO. II, GEO. SKELTON, ESQ., MAYOR. MR. RIC. DAWSON, MR. JOSIAH HOTHAM, MERCHANTS, MR. JOS. SOWRAY, APOTH., MR. WILL. ASKHAM, SKINNER, MR. GEO. AMBLER, SADL., MR. RIC. WILKINSON, COOPER, CHAMBERLAINS

John Ratclif, joyner

John Barnes, weaver, by order

Thomas Wilkinson, tanner

George Clarke, barber

Robert Hall, plum. and glaz.

William Hotham, mercer and draper

Robert Burnes, weaver, by order

Will. Jackson, linnen drap., by order

John Allanson, grocer, by order

Enock Hick, cordwainer

Francis Bowes, apothecary

William Pendlebury, weaver, by order

Thomas Clean, inbolder, by order

Peter Fawcett, butcher

George Gibson, innholder

Hale Wyvill, woollendrap., by order

Will. Aspinwall, damaskweaver, by order

Ric. Prestwick, thread trowster, per ordinem

Joh. Linsley, translator

Samuel Kirkby, feltmaker and haberdasher

Francis Andrews, barber surgeon

Matthew Buckle, translator

Ric. Watkinson, linnen weaver

Stephen Braithwaite, felmonger

Isaac Ellis, innkeeper

Samuel Cheetham, joyner

John Glaisby, innholder

John Rumley, innholder

Leonard Jackson, barber surgeon

Joseph Clean, shoemaker

William Browne, wheelwright

George Wintersgill, marriner

John Bradley, free mason

Timothy Briggs, cordwainer

William Harris, translator

Richard Mitchel, whitesmith

John Joy, marriner and fishmonger

Richard Harwood, hornbraker

Thomas Sharpe, cordwainer

Richard Hawton, merchant taylor

William Browne, mason

John Bridgewater, cordwainer

Jeremiah Whitelay, roper

John Bywater, bricklayer

Robert Dinsdale, merchant taylor

John Fawcett, heckler

John Mann, heckler

Tho. Bollan, felmonger & glover

Thomas Briggs, translator

John Roebuck, currier

Matthew Bennington, dyer

Charles Redfern, combmaker

Philip Oldfield, innholder

Thomas Giles, merchant taylor

Daniel Stearndale, cordwainer

Francis Watson, fishmonger

John Robinson, mason

William Plaxton, pipemaker

Joseph Brogden, cordwainer

John Penleton, cordwainer

Thomas Eland, merchant taylor

Zacheriah Cavelier, hempdresser

Robert Dixon, merchant taylor

Robert Atkinson, merchant taylor

Samuel Taylor, gardiner

Joseph Brocklebank, cordwainer

Benjamin Taylor, bricklayer

Joseph Rose, smith

William Gilbert, merchant taylor

Joseph Crowder, cordwainer

Richard Cusson, innholder

Robert Young, gardiner

William Hewson, butcher

Will. Harrison Shipton, bricklayer

Miles Leech, merchant taylor

John Simpson, fishmonger

Robert Banks, miller

John Rymer, gardiner

Hen. Swainston, merchant taylor

Christopher Feather, bricklayer

William Cotton, merchant taylor

John Rennison, merchant taylor

John Atkinson, winecooper

William Hall, whitesmith

Thomas Pickering, cordwainer

Sampson Hexham, translator

William Booth, innholder

Godfrey Wentworth, esq., per ord.

Will. Hill, felmonger and glover

John Stephenson, wine cooper

John Williamson, grocer

Will. Headlam, merchant taylor

Francis Rider, joyner

Abraham Longworth, flaxdresser

John Tanfield, merchant taylor

Luke Rowton, merchant taylor

John Fowler, upholsterer

John Beckwith, cordwainer

Thomas Hawkins, bricklayer

George Hill, bricklayer

Francis Thornham, linnen weaver

John Elston, linnen weaver

William Wainman, brazier

John Todd, innholder

Robert Thompson, whitesmith

Thomas Kershaw, joyner

Matthew Crowther, shoemaker

Stephen Hench, cordwainer

William Firth, cordwainer

Richard Sharpe, merchant taylor

John Hutton, cordwainer

Geo. Pitt, brazier & coppersmith

William Britain, carpenter

Stephen Mason, linnen weaver

John Wrightson, cordwainer

Francis Billingsley als. Bilmay, inholder

Richard Corney, miller

Charles Gill, smith

Thomas Holmes, bricklayer

Benjamin Smith, baker

John Fowler, baker

Will. Kettlestrings, blacksmith

George Sanderson, currier

John Howsman, glover

Francis Moor, shoemaker

Thomas Waud, cordwainer

John Middleton, marriner

Thomas Eccles, blacksmith

Gilbert Metcalf, weaver

William Stainburne, brewer

Henry Driffield, butcher

Will. Douthwaite, combmaker

John Rodwell, merchant taylor

Thomas Cave, smith

Richard Banks, butcher

Walter Mallorie, butcher

Matthew Rhodes, butcher

John Browne, smith

John Barker, vintner

Thomas Birkenshire, smith

William Moor, miller

John Townend, innholder

John Greensides, merch taylor

Richard Dunlin, translator

William Scruton, innholder

George Herbert, taylor

James Downing, barber surgeon

Will. Rogers, felmonger & glover

Thomas Lindley, cordwainer

John Lindley, cordwainer

Robert Heworth, carpenter

Chris. Staveley, barber surgeon

Joseph Whitehead, cordwainer

James Richardson, tanner

John Thompson, bricklayer

Robert Wilson, flaxdresser

Thomas Rayson, currier

John Graves, cordwainer

Caleb Pickering, cordwainer

Will. Jackson, plummer & glazier

John Duffield, sadler

John Wardman, linnen weaver

Robert Flower, merchant taylor

Marmaduke Woolbran, carpenter

William Settle, carpenter

William Hunter, miller

William Sampson, whitesmith

Joseph Whiteoak, merchant

Richard Scoresby, innholder

Abraham Barrett, butcher

William Wainhouse, smith

John Layland, barber surgeon

Richard Watson, baker

George Chettel, ropemaker & harrister

Thomas Hardwick, wine cooper

Samuel Parkinson, merch. taylor

Francis West, flaxdresser

Ralph Dawson, innholder

Robert Hust, bricklayer

Thomas Williams, linnen weaver

Joseph Norfolk, merchant taylor

Tho. Thompson, barber surgeon

John Dale, butcher

Thomas Plaister, blacksmith

William Danby, currier

David Poole, butcher

Adeodatus Danby, barb. surgeon

William Hutchinson, smith

Chris. Knowles, stuffweaver

Thomas Walker, baker

Uriah Walton, baker

William Note, brewer

Jos. Hawksworth, merch., per ord.

Henry Foy, joyner and cabinetmaker, per ordinem

William Oxley, combmaker and hornbraker

Thomas Kitson, hornbraker

By Patrimony

George Ickeringill, carpenter, son of William Ickeringill, carpenter

John Nicholson, miller, son of Owen Nicholson, miller

Joh. James Robinson, sadler, son of Philip Robinson, woodheelmaker

Nicholas Waite, butcher, son of William Waite, butcher

William Barwick, butcher, son of Joseph Barwick, butcher

Chris. Harforth, whitesmith, son of William Harforth, whitesmith

Edmund Jennings, flaxdresser, son of Edmund Jennings, flaxdresser

George Darbyshire, cordwainer, son of Chris. Darbyshire, skinner

William Stabler, merchant, son of Emanuel Stabler, merchant

John Law, master and marriner, son of John Loe (sic)

Ric. Thackray, haberdasher of small wares, son of John Thackray

James Watson, translator, son of Emanuel Watson, butcher

Newyear Smith, apothecary, son of Christopher Smith, mercer

John Dawson, merchant taylor, son of William Dawson

Thomas Abby, victualer, son of John Abbay, bricklayer

John Swinbank, joyner, son of Robert Swinbank

Thomas Ryley, joyner, son of William Ryley, winecooper

Emanuel Stabler, gent., son of Emanuel Stabler, merchant

William Young, cordwainer, son of Thomas Young, miller

Christopher Richardson, marriner, son of Roland Richardson

John Robinson, basketmaker, son of Thomas Robinson, joyner

John Carter, brewer, son of William Carter, cordwainer

John Stephenson, son of William Stephenson, merchant

John Broxup, taylor, son of Charles Broxup

Jonathan Jackson, barber surgeon, son of John Jackson, printer

Samuel Hunter, marriner, son of John Hunter, tanner

William Hunter, winecooper, son of John Hunter, tanner

Hanover Hill, merchant taylor, son of Thomas Hill, sadler

John Dodgson, son of Mark Dodgson, merchant taylor

William Saunderson, son of Andrew Saunderson, sledgman

Matt. Greensides, taylor, son of John Greensides, merchant taylor

Robert Garbutt, mason, son of Thomas Garbutt, blacksmith

John Garbutt, marriner, son of Matthew Garbutt

William Watson, son of Emanuel Watson, butcher

William Scott, barber surgeon, son of William Scott, tanner

John Burrell, merchant taylor, son of John Burrell, flaxdresser

John Gibson, son of John Gibson, innholder

Robert Sturdy, son of Robert Sturdy, currier

George Carter, son of John Carter, joyner

Joseph Calvert, son of Gabrael Calvert, linnenweaver

Stephen Garland, gardiner, son of John Garland, cooper

Stephen Holmes, carpenter, son of Thomas Holmes, blacksmith

William Waugh, gentleman, son of Samuel Waugh, innholder

Richard Waugh, son of Samuel Waugh, innholder

John Lunn, gardiner, son of John Lunn, porter

George Heartley, son of George Heartley, barber surgeon

Joseph Buttery, son of Peter Buttery, marriner

Emanuel Dale, cordwainer, son of James Dale, tanner

John Burton, brasscaster, son of John Burton, pewterer

Thomas Collyer, cordwainer, son of Thomas Collyer, linnenweaver

John Collyer, cordwainer, son of Thomas Collyer, linnenweaver

Richard Hunton, cordwainer, son of Richard Hunton, shoemaker

John Raysin, son of Richard Raysin, joyner

Richard Binkes, cordwainer, son of Richard Binkes, tanner

William Calvert, son of Joshua Calvert, joyner and carpenter

Thomas Overend, son of Thomas Overend, fishmonger

Matthew Potter, baker, son of Leonard Potter, panyerman

Peter Allan, son of Peter Allan, linnenweaver

John Ingleton, translator, son of Thomas Ingleton, tanner

William Emerson, son of William Emerson, linnenweaver

William Colton, son of John Colton, clockmaker

John Mason, bricklayer, son of Thomas Mason

John Plaisterer, taylor, son of Robert Plaisterer, cordwainer

Francis Hudson, son of Francis Hudson, joyner

William Cundal, son of Robert Cundal, cordwainer

Robert Wilkinson, son of Robert Wilkinson, yeoman

Thomas Mason, cooper, son of Thomas Mason, cook

Abraham Markham, packer, son of Benjamin Markham, taylor

Richard Waynd, cordwainer, son of William Waynd, innholder

John Scales, weaver, son of Thomas Scales, weaver

Thomas Jackson, son of Thomas Jackson, merchant taylor

John Lund, son of Thomas Lund, bricklayer

John Dalton, taylor, son of William Dalton, butcher

Joshua Varey, son of William Varey, winecooper

Robert Wright, marriner, son of Matthew Wright, tallow chandler

James Holt, brickmaker, son of James Holte, weaver

Benjamin Barwick, son of George Barwick, flaxdresser

George Tate, son of George Tate, cooper

William Gray, son of Oswald Gray, winecooper

John Dale, son of John Dale, bricklayer

Thomas Lazenby, son of Thomas Lazenby, joyner and carpenter

Samuel Stow, marriner, son of Samuel Stow, taylor

Claybrooke Vanner, son of John Vanner, merchant taylor

Charles Clarke, son of Edmund Clarke, merchant taylor

Laurence Agar, son of Seth Agar, butcher

Martin Allen, staymaker, son of Thomas Allen, bricklayer

John Flint, shipwright, son of Thomas Flint, butcher

Thomas Jackson, son of John Jackson, printer

Richard Webster, staymaker, son of Thomas Webster, glaz. & plum.

Richard Catton als. Cattall, son of John Cattall, labourer

John Yates, upholsterer, son of John Yates, pinner and hosier

William Dalton, joyner, son of William Dalton, joyner

John Osburne, apothecary, son of John Osburne, joyner

Laurence Williamson, marriner, son of Laurence Williamson, carpenter

James Clifton, son of Thomas Clifton, mercer

John Puppin, son of John Puppin, bricklayer

Edward Peck, son of William Peck, merchant taylor

William Hickeringill, son of John Hickeringill, carpenter

John Hickeringill, son of John Hickeringill, carpenter

John Spetch, flaxdresser, son of William Spetch, marriner

Joseph Gray, winecooper, son of Oswald Gray, winecooper

Robert Simpson, son of Solomon Simpson, weaver

Francis Hildyard, printer, son of Francis Hildyard, linnendraper

George Stott, marriner, son of Joshua Stott, linnen weaver

Joseph Smyth, son of William Smyth, marriner

William Bewley, bricklayer, son of James Bewley, marriner

George Lambert, upholdsterer, son of Stephen Lambert, butcher

William Walker, shoemaker, son of Thomas Walker, baker

Robert Mackrell, cordwainer, son of Henry Mackrel, cooper

George Rudd, gardiner, son of George Rudd, linnenweaver

William Ellis, baker, son of Wilkinson Ellis, tanner

William Wheatley, baker, son of William Wheatley

Nicholas Hodgson, marriner, son of John Hodgson, labourer

John Armistead, marriner, son of Robert Armistead

George Garland, son of John Garland, cooper

James Brack, translator, son of John Brack

John Heild, gardiner, son of William Heild, translator

Thomas Patrick, son of George Patrick, merchant taylor

William Fewler, son of John Fewler, baker

Michael Carter, cordwainer, son of Robert Carter, wheelwright

Marmaduke Leadley, cooper, son of Marmaduke Leadley, baker

William Waind, silkweaver, son of William Waind, tallow chandler

Abraham Matthews, pattinmaker, son of Abraham Matthews, joyner

Matthew Scarr, merchant taylor, son of Matthew Scarr

Thomas Kirby, currier, son of Thomas Kirby, joyner

John Clarke, son of John Clarke, whitesmith

Robert Maskal, son of Robert Maskal, mercer

William Coultart, son of William Coultart, miller

William Atkinson, son of John Atkinson, translator

John Earle, gardiner, son of George Earle, gardiner

George Earle, son of the said George Earle, gardiner

William Graves, son of John Graves, linnenweaver

Christopher Robinson, cooper, son of Thomas Robinson, cooper

Robert Brogden, son of Robert Brogden, clockmaker

James Wilson, son of John Wilson, butcher

Joseph Newcomb, son of John Newcomb, pannyerman

Thomas Storme, taylor, son of Thomas Storme, danceingmaster

Hewley Moxon, barber surgeon, son of Hewley Moxon, upholsterer

James Lazenby, son of William Lazenby

Jonathan Tiplady, son of William Tiplady, linnenweaver

William Richardson, woolcomber, son of Peter Richardson

William Hutchinson, cooper, son of Peter Hutchinson, cooper

John Weatherill, bricklayer, son of John Weathill, blacksmith

William Rhodes, shoemaker, son of William Rhodes, shoemaker

Robert Johnson, whitesmith, son of Robert Johnson, whitesmith

George Johnson, whitesmith, son of Robert Johnson, whitesmith

Richard Johnson, taylor, son of Robert Johnson, whitesmith

Thomas Kitching, combmaker, son of Thomas Kitching, hatter

Robert Mountain, staymaker, son of Robert Mountain, merchant taylor

Edward Lofthouse, son of Edward Lofthouse, heckler

William Morley, tanner, son of Nehemiah Morley, tanner

Robert Smith, son of George Smith, fishmonger

Edward Appleby, taylor, son of William Appleby, cordwainer

Francis Morley, staymaker, son of Robert Morley, pipemaker

John Topham, staymaker, son of Thomas Topham, milliner

Francis Rudd, son of John Rudd, linnenweaver

George Benson, marriner, son of Bryan Benson, baker

Samuel Holdred als. Aldred, son of Theophilus Aldred, carpenter

John Palfreman, son of John Palfreman, chandler

Robert Atkinson, bricklayer, son of Thomas Atkinson, bricklayer

John Pease, shipwright, son of Samuel Pease, marriner

John Man, fishmonger, son of George Man, marriner

Emanuel Barker, son of Thomas Barker, tanner

Theophilus Holdred als. Aldred, gardiner, son of Theop. Aldred, carpenter

Joseph Theakston, bricklayer, son of Christopher Theakston, weaver

John Kirby, son of John Kirby

George Rayson, cabinet maker, son of Matthew Rayson, joyner

Richard Gill, flaxdresser, son of Hewitson Gill

James Tiplady, linnen weaver, son of William Tiplady, linnen weaver

Thomas Smithson, carpenter, son of Will. Smithson, joyner and carpenter

James Hayton, brewer, son of James Hayton, linnenweaver

Thomas Hansom, taylor, son of John Hansom, linnenweaver

Edward Langwith, son of John Langwith, goldsmith

Geo. Langwith, mercer and clothdresser, son of Joh. Langwith, goldsmith

George Riveley, schoolmaster, son of Thomas Riveley, taylor

Chris. Powell, tallowchandler, son of Chris. Powell, mercer & grocer

John Appleby, cordwainer, son of William Appleby, cordwainer

John Frear, baker, son of William Frear, baker

John Lockwood, joyner, son of John Lockwood, joyner

John Ovington, son of Thomas Ovington, brewer

William Anderson, cordwainer, son of William Anderson, cordwainer

John Hill, marriner, son of Thomas Hill, sadler

George Richardson, cordwainer, son of Christopher Richardson, butcher

John Perse, brushmaker, son of Thomas Perse, weaver

John Mitchel, baker, son of William Mitchel, baker

William Scadlethorpe, bookbinder, son of John Scadlethorp, bookbinder

John Smith, son of Matthew Smith, linnenweaver

John Smailes, son of Samuel Smailes, gardiner

John Newstead, son of John Newstead, joyner

Jonathan Dickinson, son of Bernard Dickinson, carpenter

Thomas Cooper, son of William Cooper, gentleman

Michael Cooper, son of William Cooper, gentleman

William Smith, joyner, son of James Smith, carpenter

Jeremiah Day, barber surgeon, son of Jeremiah Day, barber surgeon

John Gibson, taylor, son of Thomas Gibson

Christopher Richardson, butcher, son of Christopher Richardson

William Rusham, son of William Rusham, marriner

Robert Cook, butcher, son of George Cook, butcher

William Richardson, heckler, son of William Richardson, heckler

George Kitching, cordwainer, son of Thomas (sic), feltmaker

James Mawde, mason, son of James Mawde, free labourer

William Mawde, son of James Mawde, free labourer

Thomas Godson, joyner, son of George Godson, joyner

John Walker, son of John Walker, labourer

Rowland Hall, coachmaker & carpenter, son of Andrew Hall, pipemaker and trunkmaker

Samuel Terry, cordwainer, son of Samuel Terry, cordwainer

Matthew Graves, son of Matthew Graves, linnenweaver

Thomas Gatenby, shoemaker, son of Thomas Gatenby, joyner

John Lazenby, staymaker, son of William Lazenby, yeoman

Thomas Day, son of James Day, cordwainer

William Graves, son of Matthew Graves, weaver

William Walker, son of John Walker, labourer

Joseph Walker, son of John Walker, labourer

Mark Walker, son of John Walker, labourer

Isaac Clark, supervisor, son of John Clarke, milner

John Burton, son of William Burton, cordwainer

Prince Porter, cook, son of John Porter, joyner

Samuel Porter, joyner, son of John Porter, joyner

Samuel Hogg, taylor, son of Samuel Hogg, marriner

John Boyes, felmong. & glov., son of John Boyes, felmong. & glov.

Robert Murgatroyd, son of Benjamin Murgatroyd, butcher

Bernard Dickinson, painter, son of Bernard Dickinson, joyner

John Kirby, tallowchandler, son of John Kirby, tallowchandler

Ambrose Robinson, cordwainer, son of Ambrose Robinson, brewer

Hewitson Gill, marriner, son of Hewitson Gill, flaxdresser

Thomas Peckett, bricklayer, son of Henry Peckett, miller

Isaac Swinbank, yeoman, son of Robert Swinbank, yeoman

Richard Varey, scholemaster, son of William Varey, winecooper

William Smith, collarmaker, son of William Smith, carpenter

Edward Burton, linnenweaver, son of Edward Burton, silkweaver

William Green, barber surgeon, son of John Green, bricklayer

Thomas Smithson, son of Richard Smithson, weaver

John Lambert, translator, son of John Lambert, merchant taylor

John Monkton, merchant taylor, son of Thomas Mounckton, brewer

Joseph Elston, joyner and carpenter, son of Joseph Elston, taylor

William Douthwaite, dry cooper, son of John Douthwaite, taylor

Edmund Gray, cordwainer, son of John Gray, carpenter

Ambrose Gray, hornbraker, son of John Gray, carpenter

14 GEO. II, RIC. LAWSON, ESQ., MAYOR. MR. EDW. SMITH, HOSIER AND PINNER, MR. HEN. BECKWITH, MR. FRAS. BECKWITH, CORDWAINERS, MR. SAM. SMITH, GARDENER, MR. GEO. GIBSON, HECKLER, MR. JOH. STEPHENSON, BUTCH., CHAMBERLAINS

John Hicksom, barber surgeon

Joseph Thompson, merch. taylor

William Pool, mercer and draper

Thomas Scotchbond, apothecary

Thomas Brown, vintner

Edward Johnson, apothecary

William Etherington, carpenter

George Plowman, wheelwright

John Beadsworth, whitesmith

John Wharrey, marriner

Luke Marshal, ropemaker

Richard Langdayle, pattonmaker

Charles Kershaw, merch. taylor

Thomas Whitfield, cordwainer

Conyers Metcalf, merch. taylor

William Bussey, joyner & sawyer

Thomas Jackson, cooper

Francis Gawthwaite, gardiner

William Bolton, carpenter

Edward Burton, currier

William Eshelby, cook

Tho. Sowerby, plumer & glazier

John Wright, barber surgeon

Thomas Farrow, ropemaker

Robert Parkinson, merch. taylor

Thomas Ward, gardiner

Daniel Bentley, cordwainer

Richard Lofthouse, whitesmith

Joseph Gorwood, whitesmith

George Jennings, sailor

Henry Gibson, innholder

John Wood, barber surgeon

John Bond, carpenter

William Hope, cordwainer

Robert Romans, innholder

William Bradley, innholder

John Johnson, weaver, per ord.

George Hindsley, baker

John Bardy, butcher

William Bellerby, gardiner

Richard Slayter, felmonger

William Nicholls, butcher

John Williams, merchant taylor

Benjamin Langdale, butcher

John Walker, butcher

John Wilson, cordwainer

Joh. Raddings, marriner, per ord.

John Elliot, marriner

John Worlington, bricklayer

Edw. Wallis, apothecary, per ord.

John Twisleton, barber surgeon

John Wood, wine cooper

Peter Quarton, joyner

John Brown, gardiner

Robert Ewbank, winecooper

John Robinson, carpenter

Rob. Robinson Portington, miller

Squire Wood, cordwainer

Christopher Robinson, tallowchandler and soap boiler

Robert Humphrey, merch. taylor

John Williams, cordwainer

William Gibson, linnenweaver

Thomas Morfitt, butcher

Leonard Jennings, joyner

John Robinson, cordwainer

George Abbey, barber surgeon

William Redshaw, grocer

John Richardson, cordwainer

Michael Mason, flaxdresser

Jonathan Appleyard, hornbraker

Richard Todd, cordwainer

Samuel Fleming, barber surgeon

Theophilus Garencieres, apoth.

Geo. Holroyd, weaver and comber

John Lowther, cordwainer

John Bland, merchant taylor

William Scolefield, translator

Wilfrid Pyemont, butcher

Isaac Robinson, merchant taylor

Thomas Simpson, vintner

Richard Catton, combmaker

Richard Eggelston, optician, per ordinem

John Taylor, butcher

John Haxby, wine cooper

John Gill, wine cooper

William Hall, joyner

John Hooper, plumer and glazier

John Upton, cordwainer

Robert Waite, grocer

Thomas Ralton, brewer

James Sollitt, tallow chandler and soap boiler

Will. Bower, linnen draper, p. ord.

John Powley, plaisterer, slater & tyler

Benjamin Atkinson, haberdasher of hatts & leather seller

John Mainman, flaxdresser

Richard Plaister, cordwainer

John Thompson, merch. taylor

John Fisher, butcher

William Nowlson, linnen weaver

William Netherwood, brewer

Isaac Burnett, stuffweaver

Richard Catterton, translator

Tho. Burrell, glazier and plumer

John Potter, joyner

Tho. Ellis, vintner and innholder

Marmaduke Grainge, carpenter

Joseph Simpson, baker

Thomas Jelson, coppersmith and brasier

John Wiley, merchant taylor

Samuel Bolton, baker

Benjamin White, pewterer

John Parkinson, barber surgeon

William Lazenby, combmaker

William Cooper, translator

William Kendray, butcher

James Bland, merchant taylor

Robert Wilson, merchant taylor

Robert Ellison, wine cooper

Christopher Driffield, bricklayer

John Clean, innholder

William Waud, flaxdresser

Joseph Bentley, flaxdresser

Andrew Rowell, glazier and plummer

William Bewley, vintner

Abraham Spence, linnen weaver

Stephen Wiles, innholder

Richard Harwood, bricklayer

William Gowland, merch. taylor

James Hatfield, joyner and carp.

Thomas Farmery, barb. surgeon

Francis Littlewood, merch. taylor

Benjamin Beamount, gardiner

Robert Wallis, cordwainer

William Waide, felmonger

John Hall, tallow chandler

Will. Harrison, barber surgeon

Rob. Driffield, joyner and carp.

Tho. Steel, joyner and carpenter

John Thompson, innholder

Peter Wortley, innholder

Thomas Nursaw, grocer

Ric. Cocking, merchant taylor

Michael Milner, butcher

John Allen, butcher

James Robinson, butcher

Tho. Colling, plumer and glazier

William Dunn, joyner

Jeremiah Wilkinson, vintner

Benjamin Beilby, translator

Will. Lund, blacksmith & farrier

Leonard Beckwith, brewer and scrivener

Charles Hayes, stationer & bookbinder

William Turnell, hosier

Arthur Wharton, pewterer

James Sargeson, barber surgeon

John Kirkwood, combmaker

John Mawd, dealer in china & glass, per ordinem

Henry Bickers, baker, per ord.

John Bowes, brewer

By Patrimony

Henry Waite, gent., son of Robert Waite, brewer

Perkins Moor, son of John Moor, cutler

Daniel Bulmer, baker, son of Nicholas Bulmer, baker

Robert Hardy, son of Robert Hardy, joyner and carpenter

Phinheas Hardy, son of Robert Hardy, joyner and carpenter

Richard Hardy, son of Robert Hardy, joyner and carpenter

William Fleming, barber surgeon, son of William Fleming, taylor

John Bagley, scholemaster, son of Hugh Bagley, butcher

Tobias Browne, son of William Browne, plumer

William Addinal, painter, son of William Addinal, painter

Robert Addinal, barber surgeon, son of William Addinal, painter

Peter Jackson, son of John Jackson, plumer and glazier

David Wood, son of David Wood, barber surgeon

Arthur Walker, brewer, son of John Walker, tanner

Leonard Terry, carpenter, son of John Terry, carpenter

John Terry, bricklayer, son of the said John Terry, carpenter

Richard Cordukes, clerk, son of Ric. Cordukes, haberdasher of hatts

William Hotham, merchant, son of William Hotham, merchant

George Rosingdale, heckler, son of Philip Rosingdale, heckler

James Jackson, bricklayer, son of John Jackson, printer

Thomas Etherington, watchmaker, son of Tho. Etherington, watchmaker

Thomas Jackson, perukemaker, son of John Jackson

William Brooks, vintner, son of John Brookes, weaver

Robert Booth, apothecary, son of Robert Booth, cutler

John Stephenson, son of Moses Stephenson, taylor

William Camidge, bricklayer, son of Robert Camidge, bricklayer

Thomas Hardwick, taylor, son of James Hardwick, cordwainer

Math. Braithwaite, shipcarpenter, son of Math. Braithwaite, joyner and carpenter

Tho. Braithwaite, marriner, son of the said Math. Braithwaite, joyner and carpenter

Robert Ward, barber surgeon, son of Robert Ward, sadler

George Garbutt, whitesmith, son of Matthew Garbutt

Joseph Baythorpe, son of William Baythorpe, cordwainer

David Hillary, currier, son of John Hillary, currier

Timothy White, writeing master, son of William White, hosier

Peter Buttery, marriner, son of Peter Buttery, marriner

William Cock, marriner, son of John Cock

William Potter, bricklayer, son of William Potter, bricklayer

John Hepworth, shoemaker, son of Jeremiah Hepworth, cordwainer

Christopher Hick, son of Thomas Hick, butcher

Charles Wright, taylor, son of John Wright

Ric. Braithwaite, soapboiler and chand., son of Math. Braithwaite, joyner

John Askwith, watchmaker, son of Joseph Askwith

Rob. Riley, joyn. and cabinet maker, son of Will. Riley, winecooper

Abraham Ward, cooper, son of John Ward

William Kitchin, marriner, son of James Kitchin, hosier

William Tireman, organist, son of William Tireman, currier

Joh. Staveley als. Stabler, whitesmith, son of Will. Stabler, miller

John Wake, cordwainer, son of John Wake, innkeeper

Will. Yates, haberdasher of small wares, son of Joh. Yates, pinner

Thomas Weymick, roper, son of Walter Weymick, paver

Thomas Harding, gentleman, son of Thomas Harding, innkeeper

Christopher Smith, ropemaker, son of James Smith, beerbrewer

William Priest, ropemaker, son of John Priest, taylor

Joh. Reynolds, glaz. & plumer, son of Hen. Reynolds, glaz. & plumer

Hen. Reynolds, glaz. & plumer, son of Hen. Reynolds, glaz. & plumer

George Wood, marriner, son of Joseph Wood, miller

Thomas Seller, ropemaker, son of Thomas Seller

David Weymick, paver, son of Walter Weymick, paver

William Spink, gardiner, son of Robert Spink, carpenter

Stephen Buckle, goldsmith, son of Joseph Buckle, gentleman

Thomas Hardwick, barber surgeon, son of Thomas Hardwick, barber surgeon

Avery Webster, cordwainer, son of Avery Webster, cordwainer

John Johnson, taylor, son of Robert Johnson, taylor

John Musgrave, patton maker, son of Robert Musgrave, merchant

Edward Johnson, furrier, son of William Johnson, whitesmith

Gregory Simpson, tanner, son of Gregory Simpson, tanner

William Leake, jeweller, son of William Leake, innholder

Joseph Wyrell, bricklayer, son of John Wyrell, linnenweaver

Henry Mellor, innkeeper, son of William Mellor, skinner

Thomas Heeld, yeoman, son of William Heeld, cordwainer

William Jackson, barber, son of George Jackson, painter

Christopher Jackson, cordwainer, son of George Jackson, painter

Jacob Caddy, grocer, son of Jacob Caddy, merchant taylor

Joseph Weightman, marriner, son of Thomas Weightman

John Hansome, glover, son of William Hansome, taylor

Robert Graves, gentleman, son of William Graves

John Weymick, paver, son of Bartlett Weymick, paver

Peter Weymick, paver, son of Bartlett Weymick, paver

Christopher Barthrop, son of Christopher Barthrop, cordwainer

William Thompson, miller, son of Thomas Thompson, miller

Sam. Colbeck, son of Sam. Colbeck, weaver to the manufacture

John Wells, taylor, son of Thomas Wells, merchant taylor

John Addinall, painter, son of William Addinall

Robert Straker, gardiner, son of Robert Straker, taylor

John Sudell, son of Luke Suddell, cook

James Wheelar, inhold., son of Joh. Wheelas als. Wheelar, flaxdresser

John Smales, joyner, son of Thomas Smailes, joyner

John Long, shoemaker, son of John Long, cordwainer

William Steel, cordwainer, son of Christopher Steel, staymaker

Matthew Law, son of Robert Law, weaver

John Masterman, bricklayer, son of Robert Masterman, joyner

Robert Jefferson, grocer, son of Edward Jefferson, grocer

John Agar, butcher, son of Seth Agar, butcher

John Precious, currier, son of Joseph Precious, currier

Will. Swann, plumer & glazier, son of Will. Swann, plumer & glazier

Thomas Wrightson, carpenter, son of William Wrightson, carpenter

Francis Bell, carpenter, son of Christopher Bell, carpenter

William Rawlin, son of John Rawlin, felmonger

John Blanshard, milner, son of Thomas Blanshard, milner

William Adcock, gardiner, son of John Adcock, linnenweaver

William Sargeant, cordwainer, son of Richard Sargeant, cook

John Pollard, marriner, son of John Pollard, pewterer

Robert Musgrave, staymaker, son of Robert Musgrave, merchant

Thomas Hillary, gentleman, son of Samuel Hillary, merchant

George Batty, son of John Batty, combmaker

William Busfield, marriner, son of Jeremiah Busfield, cook

John Pemberton, gentleman, son of John Pemberton, merchant

George Woodhouse, son of Thomas Woodhouse, skinner

James Greenwood, barber surgeon, son of John Greenwood, barber surgeon

George Skelton, grocer, son of George Skelton, cordwainer

Francis Hall, cooper, son of William Hall

Henry Hall, shoemaker, son of William Hall

Michael Bennington, dyer, son of Michael Benington, dyer

Joseph Harrison, cordwainer, son of Thomas Harrison, bricklayer

William Cole, son of Robert Cole, merchant taylor

William Walker, woolcomber and hosier, son of John Walker

Samuel Walker, innholder, son of Samuel Walker, tanner

Tho. Williamson, plum. & glazier, son of Tho. Williamson, plumer

George Booth, cutler, son of Robert Booth, cutler

William Weightman, clerk, son of Thomas Weightman, brewer

John Hillary, currier, son of John Hillary, currier

John Powell, staymaker, son of John Powell, butcher

Thomas Dale, staymaker, son of James Dale

Thomas Waite, tinman, son of Robert Waite, brewer

George Thompson, merchant, son of Ric. Thompson, alder. and merchant

Francis Harrison, yeoman, son of John Harrison, butcher

Thomas Raggett, apothecary, son of John Raggett, butcher

Henry Bradley, clerk, son of John Bradley, clerk

Ralph Tesh, painter, son of William Tesh, cook

John Tate, gardiner, son of William Tate, tanner

John Cooper, marriner, son of John Cooper

Joseph Holmes, brazier, son of William Holmes, brazier

William Nicholson, jeweller, son of Valentine Nicholson, attorney

George Day, cordwainer, son of James Day, cordwainer

Thomas Millner, clockmaker, son of Tho. Millner, merchant taylor

Edward Wood, upholsterer, son of David Wood, barber surgeon

Simon Stubbs, carpenter, son of Thomas Stubbs

Robert Smith, cordwainer, son of Robert Smith

Silvester Smith, cooper, son of Robert Smith

James Fenton, clockmaker, son of Thomas Fenton, brickmaker

William Stockhill, taylor, son of George Stockhill, taylor

Henry Lee, miller, son of William Lee, miller

Richard Baxter, glover, son of Thomas Baxter, stationer

Thomas Dawson, esquire, son of Samuel Dawson, merchant

John Leng, cordwainer, son of John Leng, cordwainer

Richard Spink, carpenter, son of Robert Spink, carpenter

William Cook, whitesmith, son of Francis Cook, whitesmith

Luke Spacy, tailor, son of John Spacy, embroiderer

John Kirby, wyreworker, son of John Kirby, mason

Walter Weymick, paver, son of Walter Weymick, paver

William Gawthrop, combmaker, son of William Gawthrop, cordwainer

William Mawtass, brushmaker, son of Thomas Moltas, taylor

Thomas Mawtass, wyreworker, son of Thomas Moltas, taylor

Robert England, barber, son of Robert Ingland, cooper

Robert Wilson, weaver, son of Robert Wilson

John Wilson, weaver, son of Benjamin Wilson

John Beverley, son of John Beverley, tanner

William Atkinson, linnendraper, son of Ric. Atkinson, linnen draper

Thomas Robinson, son of Thomas Robinson, joyner

Laurence Silcock, whitesmith, son of Laurence Silcock, whitesmith

John Darcy, barber surgeon, son of Lewis Darcy, barber surgeon

John Wickham, barber, son of John Wickham

Jonathan Wickham, stay maker, son of John Wickham

Henry Starkey, taylor, son of Bryan Starkey, ropemaker

Christopher Croft, gentleman, son of Christopher Croft, gentleman

Robert Hallyday, barber, son of Robert Hallyday, taylor

John Briggs, clerk, son of William Briggs, sadler

Thomas Goar, combmaker, son of Benjamin Goar, combmaker

George Byfield, joyner, son of George Byfield

Robert Byfield, joyner, son of George Byfield

Thomas Dawson, barber surgeon, son of William Dawson, taylor

Robert Newton, cordwainer, son of Robert Newton, cordwainer

John Langwith, son of John Langwith, goldsmith

Matthewe Browne, glazier, son of Robert (blank), tallow chandler

John Hodgson, blacksmith, son of Thomas Hodgson, blacksmith

Elias Ellis, son of John Ellis, artizen skinner

William Lofthouse, flaxdresser, son of Edward Lofthouse, flaxdresser

Robert Stephenson, gentleman, son of William Stephenson, merchant

Robert Dalton, son of John Dalton, brewer

Thomas Williamson, malster, son of William Williamson

Thomas Marton, barber surgeon, son of Thomas Marton, winecooper

James Todd, barber, son of Samuel Todd, goldsmith

George Wright, musitian, son of John Wright

Roger Ward, gentleman, son of Roger Ward, apothecary

Richard Ward, bricklayer, son of John Ward, bricklayer

Edmund Scorah, buttonmaker, son of Nathaniel Scorah

William Masterman, ropemaker, son of Robert Masterman

John Beatson, cordwainer, son of Thomas Beatson

Simon Richardson, currier, son of Simon Richardson, marriner

Edward Hall, linnendraper, son of Edward Hall, brewer

John Bilton, cooper, son of [William] Bilton, cooper

Stephen Dove, son of Edward Dove

Abraham Bywater, surgeon, son of Francis Bywater, bricklayer

William Copeland, perukemaker, son of Will. Copeland, fishmonger

John Walker, taylor, son of George Walker, butcher

Ralph Dalton, shoemaker, son of William Dalton, currier

John Harperley, marriner, son of Edward Harperley, tallow chandler

William Yates, merchant, son of William Yates, carpenter

John Lashley, scholemaster, son of John Lashley, flaxdresser

Stephen Crow, blacksmith, son of Thomas Crow, skinner

Robert Crow, taylor, son of Thomas Crow, skinner

Thomas Topham, haberdasher, son of Thomas Topham, milloner

William Smailes, labourer, son of Thomas Smailes, joyner

Thomas Smailes, husbandman, son of Thomas Smailes, joyner

William Huard, cordwainer, son of William Huard, glazier

Alexander Reynolds, son of Alexander Reynolds, baker

Thomas Bell, brickmaker, son of John Bell, carpenter

James Silburne, glover, son of James Silburne, baker

Ric. Whitelock, merch. adv., son of Chris. Whitelock, merch. advent.

Edward Raper, son of William Raper, whitesmith

Leonard Wharton, joyner, son of Matthew Wharton, taylor

Leonard Fleming, joyner and carpenter, son of Leonard Fleming, ropemaker

John Rudd, brewer, son of Richard Rudd, plumer

Robert Burnett, son of Robert Burnett, butcher

John Sokhill, mercer, son of William Sokhill, innholder

William Rider, baker, son of William Rider, baker

Francis Farnel, marriner, son of Jervas Farnell, flaxdresser

15 GEO. II, JOH. MAYER, ESQ., MAYOR. MR. HALE WYVILE, MERCER, MR. JOH. ALLANSON, GROC., MR. JOH. MOOR, SHOEMAKER, MR. WILL. WILSON, TRUNKMAKER, MR. THO. ENGLAND, COOPER, MR. RIC. COWLING, BUTCH., CHAMBERLAINS

William Reynold, heckler

James Gatey, barber surgeon

John Stow, mercer

Thomas Law, innholder, by ord.

John Bone, wheelwright

Henry Teasedale, winecooper

Thomas Salmon, brewer, by ord.

Mich. Eastburne, groc. & apoth.

William Southern, translator

Thomas Elton, innholder, by ord.

Thomas Hall, innholder, by order

George Fox, esq., by order

Thomas Bowes, grocer and apoth.

Bernard Lentwere, merchant taylor, by order

John Cowper, translator

Bernard Acroid, brewer, by order

Roger Judson, trunkmaker

Ric. Vevers, blacksmith & farrier

Joseph Marsh, miller, by order

Lovel Doughty, druggist, by ord.

John Padget, porter, by order

Francis Bredall, apothecary

Henry Jubb, apothecary

By Patrimony

Michael Barstow, merchant, son of Benjamin Barstow, merchant

George Gowland, artizen skinner, son of George Gowland

Ric. Thompson, house carpenter, son of Will. Thompson, blacksmith

Edward Stabler, merchant, son of Emanuel Stabler, gentleman

Samuel Stabler, bookseller, son of Emanuel Stabler, gentleman