Chronological list of aldermen
1701-1800

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Centre for Metropolitan History

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Alfred P. Beaven

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1908

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119-140

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'Chronological list of aldermen: 1701-1800', The Aldermen of the City of London: Temp. Henry III - 1912 (1908), pp. 119-140. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=67243 Date accessed: 22 August 2014.


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1701-1800

1701, Sept.11 (and sworn) (fn. 1) tSir Jeffrey Jeffreys, GrocerPortsoken, 1701-9S. 1699-1700vice Hedges
Knighted October 20, 1699; Co. Co. Aldgate 1700-1; M.P. Brecon 1690-8, 1701-9 (contested 1698); Master Grocers 1699-1700, 1700-1; Vice-President Honourable Artillery Company 1707-8; elected a Colonel London Militia 1707. Died October 25, 1709; Will [P.C.C. 247 Lane] August 9, 1705; proved November 17, 1709.
1702, Mar. 3 (and sworn)t(D) (fn. 2) Sir Samuel Garrard, Bart., GrocerAldersgate, 1702-22, Bridge Without, 1722-5S. 1702-3, M. 1709-10vice Floyer
Succeeded to Baronetcy January 13, 1701; M.P. Agmondesham 1701, 1702-10; Colonel White Regiment 1710-4; President Bethlem and Bridewell 1721-5; Master Grocers 1701-2. Died March 10, 1725; Will [P.C.C. 86 Romney] December 20, 1723; proved April 1, 1725.
1702, June 30 (July 7)w(D) (fn. 3) Gilbert Heathcote, VintnerWalbrook, 1702-25, Bridge Without, 1725-33S. 1703-4, M. 1710-1 [Elected S. 1698]vice Moore
Knighted October 29, 1702; created Baronet January, 1733; F.R.S. November, 1705; Co. Co. Walbrook 1689-(?) 1702; M.P. London 1701, 1701-10 (contested 1698, 1710) Helston 1715-22, Lymington 1722-7, St. Germans 1727-33; Colonel Blue Regiment 1707-10, 1714-33; President St. Thomas' Hospital 1722-33; President Honourable Artillery Company 1720-33 (Treasurer 1708-11, Vice-President 1711-20); Director Bank of England 1694-1702, 1704-25, 1726-33 (Governor 1709-11, 1723-25); Director New E.I.C. 1698-1704, 1705-9; Master Vintners 1700. Died January 25, 1733; Will [P.C.C. 45 Price] August 8, 1732; proved February 8, 1733.
1703, Mar. 18 (and sworn)wSir Robert Beachcroft, ClothworkerLime Street, 1703-21S. 1700-1, M. 1711-2vice Smart
Knighted October 24, 1700; Co. Co. Tower 1699-1701; Colonel Green Regiment 1707-10; Director S.S. Company 1711-2; Master Clothworkers 1700. Died May 27, 1721; Will [P.C.C. 105 Buckingham] May 29, 1719; proved June 2, 1721.
1703, Sept. 16 (23)t(D) (fn. 4) Sir Richard Hoare, GoldsmithBread Street, 1703-19S. 1709-10, M. 1712-3vice Clarke
Knighted October 29, 1702; M.P. London 1710-5 (contested 1705, 1708); Colonel Green Regiment 1710-4; President Christ's Hospital 1713-9; Director S.S. Company 1711-5; Prime Warden Goldsmiths 1703-4. Died January 6, 1719; Will [P.C.C. 9 Browning] October 2, 1718; proved January 17, 1719.
1704, Mar.21 (28)wCharles Thorold, IronmongerCordwainer, 1704-9S. 1705-6vice Geffery
Knighted April 5, 1704; elected a Colonel London Militia 1707; elected a Director Bank of England 1699; Director New E.I.C. 1700-1; Master Ironmongers 1689, 1703. Died April 1, 1709; Will [P.C.C. 85 Lane] March 16; proved April 13, 1709.
1705, Mar. 6 (13)wSir Joseph Woolfe, MercerBroad Street, 1705-11S. 1703-4vice Prichard
Knighted September 6, 1704; Co. Co. Bishopsgate 1699-1705; Court Assistants Levant Company 1699-1700, 1703-4, 1706-7; Master Mercers 1703. Died September 10, 1711; Will [P.C.C. 223 Young] cod. July 31; proved October 1, 1711.
1705, Sept. 27 (and sworn)wSamuel Stanier, DraperAldgate, 1705-24S. 1705-6, M. 1713-4vice Dashwood
Knighted December 18, 1705; Co. Co. Aldgate, 1698-1705; contested London 1708; Colonel Red Regiment 1707-10, 1714-24; Master Drapers 1705-6. Died August 28, 1724; Will [P.C.C. 214 Bolton] cod. January 8; proved September 9, 1724.
1707, July 29 (and sworn)wSir William Humfreys, (fn. 5) IronmongerCheap, 1707-33, Bridge Without, 1733-5S. 1704-5, M. 1714-5vice Clayton
Knighted October 26, 1704; created Baronet November, 1714; Co. Co. Cheap 1699-1707; M.P. Marlborough 1715-22; Colonel Green Regiment 1714-35; Director E.I.C. 1711-5; Director Bank of England 1719-21, 1722-5, 1726-7, 1728-30; Master Ironmongers 1705. Died October 26, 1735; Will [P.C.C. 228 Ducle] cod. April 28, 1733; proved November 30, 1735.
1708, Jan. 20 (and sworn)wSir Charles Peers, SalterTower, 1708-37S. 1707-8, M. 1715-6vice Edwin
Knighted July 16, 1707; Co. Co. Aldgate 1701-8; Commissioner Customs 1714-37; Colonel Yellow Regiment 1708-10, 1714-37; President Honourable Artillery Company 1733-7 (Treasurer 1711-20, Vice-President 1720-33); Director Bank of England 1705-7, 1708-12; Master Salters 1716; Director New E.I.C. 1701-5, 1706-9; Director (United) E.I.C. 1712-5 (Chairman 1714-5). Died January 29, 1737; Will [P.C.C. 37 Wake] December 27, 1736; proved February 8, 1737.
1708, Feb. 5 (and sworn)w (fn. 6) Sir James Bateman, Loriner, translated to Fishmongers May 17, 1709Coleman Street, 1708-18S. 1702, M. 1716-7vice Gore
Knighted December 14, 1698; M.P. Ilchester 1711-5 (contested 1715), East Looe 1715-8; contested Totnes 1695; London 1710; elected Colonel Orange Regiment 1715; Director Bank of England 1694-7, 1698-9, 1700-11 (Deputy-Governor 1703-5, Governor 1705-7); Sub-Governor S.S. Company 1711-8; Director New E.I.C. 1698-1700, 1703-4, 1707-9, (United) E.I.C. 1709-10; Prime Warden Fishmongers 1710-2. Died November 10, 1718; Will [P.C.C. 209 Tenison] January 19, 1717; proved November 25, 1718.
1708, Nov. 23 (Dec. 2)tWilliam Lewen, HaberdasherCastle Baynard, 1708-22S. 1712-3, M. 1717-8vice Rawlinson
Knighted December 17, 1712; Co. Co. Billingsgate 1700-3; M.P. Poole 1708-10, 1711-22; Colonel Blue Regiment 1711-4; Master Haberdashers 1709-10. Died March 16, 1722; Will [P.C.C. 57 Marlborough] May 29, 1719; proved March 16, 1722.
1709, April 7 (21)w (fn. 7) John Ward, Merchant TaylorCandlewick, 1709-26S. 1715-6, M. 1718-9 [Elected S. 1706]vice Lane
Knighted September 25, 1714; M.P. London 1708-10, 1715-22 (contested 1710, 1713), Dunwich 1722-6; Director E.I.C. 1696-8, 1709-12; Director New E.I.C. 1703-7, 1708-9; Director Bank of England 1694-7, 1698-1711, 1712-26 (Deputy-Governor 1699-1701, Governor 1701-3); Master Merchant Taylors 1709-10. Died March 12, 1726; Will [P.C.C. 63 Plymouth] March 26, 1725; proved March 29, 1726.
1709, May 3 (Sept. 6)wSir George Thorold, IronmongerCordwainer, 1709-22S. 1710-1, M. 1719-20vice Thorold
Knighted March 18, 1708; created Baronet September, 1709; Director Bank of England 1711-6, 1717-21 (elected 1722); Master Ironmongers 1708. Died October 29, 1722; Will [P.C.C. 225 Marlborough] cod. October 28; proved November 21, 1722.
1709, Sept. 27 (and sworn)wSir Benjamin Green, BrewerQueenhithe, 1709S. 1707-8vice Cooke
Knighted November 16, 1707; Master Brewers 1707-8. Died December 16, 1709; Will [P.C.C. 17 Smith] June 5, 1707; proved January 10, 1710.
1709, Nov. 8tWilliam Andrew, ClothworkerPortsoken, 1709-10vice Jeffreys
Co. Co. Portsoken 1701 (Deputy 1703)-10; Master Clothworkers 1716.
1710, Feb. 7 (and sworn)wJohn Fryer, Pewterer, translated to Fishmongers July 19, 1720Queenhithe, 1710-26S. 1715-6, M. 1720-1vice Green
Created Baronet December, 1714; Commissioner Salt 1720-1; elected Colonel Orange Regiment 1715; Director E.I.C. 1719-20; Director S.S. Company 1724-6; Master Pewterers 1715; Prime Warden Fishmongers 1720-2. Died September 11, 1726; Will [P.C.C. 203 Plymouth] August 4, 1725; proved October 4, 1726.
1710, Oct. 26tEdmund Noble, VintnerPortsoken, 1710vice Jeffreys
1710, Nov. 14tRichard Dyer, GunmakerPortsoken, 1710vice Jeffreys
1711, Jan. 23 (Feb. 6)wFrancis Eyles, HaberdasherBridge Without, 1711-6S. 1710-1 [Elected S. 1706]vice Levett
Created Baronet December, 1714; Director Bank of England 1697-1703, 1704-15 (Deputy-Governor 1705-7, Governor 1707-9); Court Assistants Levant Company 1703-4; Director E.I.C. 1695-8, 1709-10; Director New E.I.C. 1702-5, 1706-9. Died May 24, 1716; Will [P.C.C. 115 Fox] cod. December 4, 1714; proved June 27, 1716.
1711, Jan. 23 (April 17)t(D (fn. 8) ) John Cass, Carpenter, translated to Skinners December 15, 1713Portsoken, 1711-8S. 1711-2vice Jeffreys
Knighted June 14, 1712; M.P. London 1710-5 (contested 1715); Treasurer Bethlem and Bridewell 1709-14; Colonel Orange Regiment 1713-4; Master Carpenters 1711-2; Skinners 1714. Died July 5, 1718; Will [P.C.C. 210 Tenison] July 5; proved November 8, 1718.
1711, May 1 (8)wSir Henry Furnese, Bart., DraperBridge, 1711-2S. 1700-1vice Duncombe
Knighted October 11, 1691; created Baronet June, 1707; Co. Co. Walbrook 1691-4; M.P. Bramber 1698-9, Sandwich 1701, 1701-12; Director Bank of England 1694-7, 1699-1700, 1700-2; Director New E.I.C. 1698-1703; Master Drapers 1694-5. Died November 30, 1712; Will [P.C.C. 234 Barnes] cod. November 11, 1711; proved December 3, 1712.
1711, May 8 (and sworn)tSir Ambrose Crowley, DraperDowgate, 1711-3S. 1706-7vice Bedingfeld
Knighted January 1, 1707; Co. Co. Dowgate 1697-1711; M.P. Andover 1713; Director S.S. Company 1711-3 (Deputy-Governor 1712-3); Master Drapers 1708-9. Died October 7, 1713; Will [P.C.C. 222 Leeds] June 10; proved October 19, 1713.
1711, July 31 (and sworn)tWilliam Stewart, Barber-Surgeon, translated to Goldsmiths September 13, 1720Cripplegate, 1711-23S. 1711-2, M. 1721-2vice Stampe
Knighted June 14, 1712; contested London 1715; Director New E.I.C. 1698-1701, 1704-8, (United) E.I.C. 1716-20; President St. Bartholomew's Hospital 1712-23; Prime Warden Goldsmiths 1720-1. Died April 29, 1723; Will [P.C.C. 178 Richmond] March 28; proved May 21, 1723.
1711, Dec. 4 (and sworn)wGerard Conyers, SalterBroad Street, 1711-35, Bridge Without, 1735-7S. 1716-7, M. 1722-3vice Woolfe
Knighted September 25, 1714; Colonel Orange Regiment 1715-37; President Honourable Artillery Company 1737 (Treasurer 1720-33, Vice-President 1733-7); President St. Thomas' Hospital 1733-7; Director Bank of England 1702-4, 1705-7, 1708-10, 1711-37 (Deputy-Governor 1715-17, Governor 1717-9); Court Assistants Levant Company 1691-1705, 1706-7; Master Salters 1712. Died July 20, 1737; Will [P.C.C. 176 Wake] November 22, 1733; proved August 4, 1737.
1712, Jan.29 (Feb. 5)wThomas Scawen, FishmongerCornhill, 1712-30[Elected S. 1704]vice Sir John Houblon
Knighted September 25, 1714; M.P. Grampound 1708-10, London 1715-22 (contested 1713); Prime Warden Fishmongers 1708-10; Director Bank of England 1705-8, 1709-10, 1711-4, 1715-26, 1727-9 (Deputy-Governor 1719-21, Governor 1721-2). Died September 22, 1730; Will [P.C.C. 290 Auber] July 4; proved October 10, 1730.
1712, Sept.12 (and sworn)wPeter Delmé, FishmongerLangbourn, 1712-28S. 1717-8, M. 1723-4vice Fleet
Knighted September 25, 1714; Committee E.I.C. 1697-8; Director Bank of England 1698-1703, 1709-28 (Deputy-Governor 1713-5, Governor 1715-7); Prime Warden Fishmongers 1714-6. Died September 4, 1728; Will [P.C.C. 261 Brook] cod. May 30; proved September 5, 1728.
1712, Dec. 9 (and sworn)tGeorge Merttins, Clockmaker, translated to Skinners June 16, 1713Bridge, 1712-27S. 1721-2, M. 1724-5vice Furnese
Knighted April 15, 1713; Co. Co. Cornhill 1711-2; contested Southwark 1713, London 1715; President Christ's Hospital 1727 (Treasurer 1717-27); Master Clockmakers 1713-4, Skinners 1715. Died November 3, 1727; Will [P.C.C. 269 Farrant] August 12, 1725; proved November 14, 1727.
1713, May 7 (19)tJoseph Lawrence, VintnerBishopsgate, 1713-8vice Buckingham
Knighted September 25, 1714; Co. Co. Bishopsgate 1699-1713; Master Vintners 1713. Died July 23, 1718; Will [P.C.C. 162 Tenlson] cod. July 21; proved August 4, 1718.
1713, Oct. 22 (and sworn)tFrancis Forbes, HaberdasherDowgate, 1713-27S. 1713-4, M. 1725-6vice Crowley
Knighted December 30, 1713; Co. Co. Bridge, 1708-13; Governor Irish Society 1721-7; President Christ's Hospital 1723-7; Director Bank of England 1724-7; Master Haberdashers 1713-4. Died September 26, 1727; Will [P.C.C. 258 Farrant] September 21; proved November 4, 1727.
1713, Oct. 22 (and sworn)t Robert Child, GoldsmithFarringdon Without, 1713-21vice Sir F. Child
Knighted September 25, 1714; M.P. Helston 1710-3, Devizes 1713-5; Treasurer Honourable Artillery Company 1704-8; Colonel Orange Regiment 1714-5; President Christ's Hospital 1719-21; Director E.I.C. 1709-13, 1714-8, 1719-21 (Deputy-Chairman 1714-5, Chairman 1715-6); Prime Warden Goldsmiths 1714-5. Died October 6, 1721; Will [P.C.C. 177 Buckingham] May 26, 1710; proved October, 1721.
1716, June 9 (19)wSir John Eyles, Bart., HaberdasherVintry, 1716-37, Bridge Without, 1737-45S. 1719-20, M. 1726-7vice Sir F. Eyles
Succeeded to Baronetcy May 24, 1716; Co. Co. Aldgate 1715-6; M.P. Chippenham 1713-27 (contested 1734), London 1727-34; Colonel White Regiment 1720-45; Treasurer Honourable Artillery Company 1733-6; President St. Thomas' Hospital 1737-45; Sub-Governor S.S. Company 1721-33; Director E.I.C. 1710-4, 1717-21; Director Bank of England 1715-7; Master Haberdashers 1716-7. Died March 11, 1745; Will [P.C.C. 110 Seymer] January 26, 1742; proved April 1, 1745.
1717, Jan.29 (Feb. 7)wSir Charles Cook, MercerBassishaw, 1717-21S. 1716-7vice Parsons
Knighted January 24, 1717; M.P. Grampound 1715-21; Lord Trade 1714-21; Court Assistants Levant Company 1706 (Husband 1706); Master Mercers 1716. Died January 2, 1721; adm. January 23, 1721.
1718, July 8 (17)tJohn Green, DistillerPortsoken, 1718-21vice Cass
Died March 6, 1721; Will [P.C.C. 48 Buckingham] March 19, 1720; proved March 8, 1721.
1718, July 24 (Sept. 23)wEdward Becher, DraperBishopsgate, 1718-32S. 1721-2, M. 1727-8vice Lawrence
Knighted May 9, 1722; Co. Co. Bishopsgate Without 1711-8; Director S.S. Company 1724-32; Master Drapers 1719-20. Died September 2, 1732; adm. September 26.
1718, Nov. 13 (Dec. 2)wSir Harcourt Master, HaberdasherColeman Street, 1718-45S. 1717-8vice Bateman
Knighted October 4, 1714; Co. Co. Tower 1715-8; Commissioner Taxes 1715-8; Auditor 1716-8; Director S.S. Company 1711-21; Master Haberdashers 1715-6. Died March 15, 1745; Will [P.C.C. 117 Seymer] October 27, 1741; proved April 1, 1745.
1719, Mar. 3 (and sworn)wRobert Baylis, GrocerBread Street, 1719-48S. 1724-5, M. 1728-9vice Hoare
Knighted June 16, 1727; Co. Co. Bread Street 1691-1710; M.P. Thetford 1708-10; Commissioner Salt 1720; Commissioner Customs 1720-7, 1731-48; Receiver General Land Tax Middlesex; Colonel Red Regiment 1724-48; President Honourable Artillery Company 1737-48 (Treasurer 1736-7, Vice-President 1737); President St. Thomas' Hospital 1745-8; Director E.I.C. 1731-3. Died November 21, 1748; Will [P.C.C. 353 Strahan] November 14; proved December 1, 1748.
1720 Jan. 14 (26)wRobert Heysham, DraperBillingsgate, 1720-3vice Ashhurst
M.P. Lancaster 1698-1715; London 1715-22 (contested 1713, 1722); President Christ's Hospital 1721-3; Master Drapers 1720-1. Died February 26, 1723; Will [P.C.C. 51 Richmond] October 7, 1722; proved March 15, 1723.
1721, Jan. 4 (17)wSir Randolph Knipe, ClothworkerBassishaw, 1721-8S. 1714-5vice Cook
Knighted July 26, 1708; Co. Co. Aldgate 1706-16; Director Bank of England 1712-6, 1717-20, 1721-4, 1725-8; Master Clothworkers 1709. Died June 3, 1728; Will [P.C.C. 183 Brook] December 23, 1727; proved June 5, 1728.
1721, Feb. 2 (14)tRichard Brocas, GrocerFarringdon Within. 1721-37S. 1728-9, M. 1729-30vice Withers
[Contested Bread Street 1719]
Knighted September 13, 1729; Co. Co. Bread Street 1709 (Deputy 1718)-21; President St. Bartholomew's Hospital 1723-37 (Treasurer 1721-3); Master Grocers 1724-6. Died November 7, 1737; Will [P.C.C. 28 Brodrepp] May 10, 1716; proved February 18, 1738.
1721, Mar. 10 (21)t(D) (fn. 9) Humphrey Parsons, Wax Chandler, translated to Grocers April 20, 1725Portsoken, 1721-41S. 1722-3, M. 1730-1, 1740-1vice Green
M.P. Harwich 1722-7; London 1727-41; contested Reigate 1717, London and Reigate 1722; President Bethlem and Bridewell 1725-41; Master Grocers 1726-31. Died March 21, 1741; Will [P.C.C. 74 Spurway] March 25, 1740; proved March 24, 1741.
1721, May 30 (June 20)wLancelot Skinner, ClothworkerLime Street, 1721-4vice Beachcroft
Co. Co. Lime Street 1700 (Deputy 1703)-21; Auditor 1707-9; Deputy-Governor Irish Society 1718-9; Master Clothworkers 1721. Died January 29, 1724; Will [P.C.C. 122 Bolton] January 19; proved May 15, 1724.
1721, Oct. 10 (24)t(D*) (fn. 10) Francis Child, GoldsmithFarringdon Without, 1721-40S. 1722-3, M. 1731-2vice Sir R. Child
Knighted September 28, 1732; M.P. London 1722-7; Middlesex 1727-40; President Christ's Hospital 1727-40; Prime Warden Goldsmiths 1723-4; Director E.I.C. 1718-9, 1721-5, 1726-30, 1731-5. Died April 20, 1740; Will [P.C.C. 133 Browne] November 21. 1739; proved May 2, 1740.
1722, Feb. 15 (27)tRichard Levett, MercerAldersgate, 1722-40S. 1728-9vice Abney
Deputy Aldersgate Within 1716-22; Master Mercers 1722. Died November 11, 1740; adm. August 5, 1741.
1722, Mar. 19 (April 3)t (fn. 11) John Barber, Stationer, translated to Goldsmiths June 6, 1732Castle Baynard, 1722-41S. 1729-30, M. 1732-3vice Lewen
Co. Co. Queenhithe 1711-22; contested London 1734; Governor Irish Society 1735-41; President St. Bartholomew's Hospital 1737-41; Prime Warden Goldsmiths 1733-4. Died January 2, 1741; Will [P.C.C. 115 Spurway] December 28, 1740; proved May 15, 1741.
1722, Nov. 1 (13)wWilliam Billers, HaberdasherCordwainer, 1722-45S. 1720-1, M. 1733-4vice Thorold
Knighted January 31, 1727; F.R.S. November, 1726; Co. Co. Bread Street 1719-22; contested Romney 1741; Colonel Blue Regiment 1733-45; Vice-President Honourable Artillery Company 1737-45 (Treasurer 1737); Director E.I.C. 1724-8, 1729-33, 1734-8, 1739-43 (Deputy-Chairman 1735-6, Chairman 1736-7); Master Haberdashers 1720-1. Died October 14, 1745; Will [P.C.C. 265 Seymer] January 8, 1742; proved October 16, 1745.
1723, Feb. 28 (March 12)wEdward Bellamy FishmongerBillingsgate, 1723-45, Bridge Without, 1745-9S. 1724, M. 1734-5vice Heysham
Knighted January 31, 1727; Co. Co. Billingsgate 1718-23; contested London 1741; Colonel Green Regiment 1736-49; President Honourable Artillery Company 1748-9 (Treasurer 1737-45, Vice-President 1745-8); President St. Thomas' Hospital 1748-9; Prime Warden Fishmongers 1724-6; Director Bank of England 1723-6, 1727-49 (Deputy-Governor 1729-31, Governor 1731-3). Died March 28, 1749; Will [P.C.C. 99 Lisle] July 2, 1748; proved April 14, 1749.
1723, June 20 (July 23)t (fn. 12) John Williams, MercerCripplegate, 1723-43S. 1729-30, M. 1735-6vice Stewart
Knighted June 23, 1713; M.P. Aldebourgh 1730-4; contested London 1727; Director S.S. Company 1711-15; Master Mercers 1723. Died May 7, 1743; Will [P.C.C. 250 Boycott] cod. October 31, 1741; proved July 4, 1743.
1724, Mar. 4 (12)wSir Richard Hopkins, Cutler, translated to Fishmongers May 26, 1730Lime Street, 1724-36S. 1723-4vice Skinner
Knighted July 25, 1722; M.P. London 1724-7 (contested 1727); Director S.S. Company 1721-36 (Sub-Governor 1733-6); Prime Warden Fishmongers 1730-2. Died January 2, 1736; Will [P.C.C. 34 Derby] January 23, 1734; adm. February 23, 1736.
1724, Sept. 1 (22)wFrancis Porten, MercerAldgate, 1724-8S. 1725-6vice Stanier
Knighted January 11, 1726; Co. Co. Cornhill 1706-8; Bridge 1708-11; Tower 1715-6; Aldgate 1716 (Deputy 1723)-24; Director Bank of England 1726-8; Master Mercers 1724. Died February 22, 1728; Will [P.C.C. 92 Brook] May 1, 1727; proved March 14, 1728.
1725, Mar. 18 (April 20)wSir John Tash, VintnerWalbrook, 1725-35S. 1719-20vice Garrard
Knighted November 16, 1719; Master Vintners 1719. Died October 12, 1735; Will [P.C.C. 217 Ducie] October 30, 1731; proved October 23, 1735.
1726, Mar. 15 (29)wJohn Thompson, VintnerCandlewick, 1726-49, Bridge Without, 1749-50S. 1726, M. 1736-7vice Ward
Knighted January 31, 1727; Co. Co. Candlewick 1709-12, 1719-22; Aldgate 1725-6; contested London 1727; Colonel Yellow Regiment 1737-50; President St. Thomas' Hospital 1749-50; President Honourable Artillery Company 1749-50 (Treasurer 1745-9, Vice-President 1749); Governor Russia Company; Director S.S. Company 1727-33; Director Bank of England 1734-7, 1738-42, 1743-5, 1746-9; Master Vintners 1726. Died February 17, 1750; adm. July 5, 1750.
1726, Sept. 15 (Oct. 4)tRobert Alsop, HaberdasherQueenhithe, 1726-37S. 1732-3vice Fryer
Co. Co. Queenhithe 1710 (Deputy 1722)-26; Auditor 1719-21, 1722-4; Governor Irish Society 1727-35 (Deputy-Governor 1720-1, 1724-5); Treasurer Bethlem and Bridewell 1729-37; Director Bank of England 1731-4, 1735-7; Master Haberdashers 1730-2. Died March 12, 1737; Will [P.C.C. 48 Wake] February 28; proved March 12, 1737.
1727, Sept. 28 (Oct.9)tJohn Crowley, DraperDowgate, 1727-8 [contested Billingsgate 1723]vice Forbes
Co. Co. Dowgate 1721-7; M.P. Okehampton 1722-7; Queenborough 1727-8; contested Ipswich 1727. Died January 2, 1728; Will [P.C.C. 6 Brook] May 16, 1726; proved January 17, 1728.
1727, Nov. 7 (21)tThomas Preston, jun., VintnerBridge, 1727-9vice Merttins
Co. Co. Bridge 1721-7; Master Vintners 1728. Died December 24, 1729; adm. April 16, 1730.
1728, Jan. 4 (16) (fn. 13) (D*) (fn. 14) John Barnard, Glover, translated to Grocers September 13, 1737Dowgate, 1728-50, Bridge Without, 1750-8S. 1735-6, M. 1737-8 [Elected M. 1741]vice Crowley
Knighted September 28, 1732; M.P. London 1722-61; contested Tiverton 1741; President Christ's Hospital 1740-58; Master Grocers 1738-9. Died August 29, 1764; Will [P.C.C. 337 Simpson] cod. April 24, 1763; proved September 10, 1764.
1728, Feb.24 (March 12)wMicajah Perry, HaberdasherAldgate, 1728-46S. 1734-5, M. 1738-9vice Porten
M.P. London 1727-41 (contested 1741); Colonel Orange Regiment 1738-45; Master Haberdashers 1727-8. Died January 22, 1753; adm. August 14, 1753.
1728, June 5 (18)w(D) (fn. 15) Sir Thomas Lombe, MercerBassishaw, 1728-39S. 1727-8vice Knipe
Knighted July 8, 1727; Master Mercers 1727. Died January 3, 1739; Will [P.C.C. 14 Henchman] January 1; proved January 8, 1739.
1726, Sept. 6 (24)wHenry Hankey, HaberdasherLangbourn, 1728-37S. 1732-3vice Delmé
Knighted September 28, 1732; Co. Co. Langbourn 1704 (Deputy 1716)23; Master Haberdashers 1728-9. Died January 30, 1737; Will [P.C.C. 29 Wake] September 5, 1733; proved February 17, 1737.
1729, Dec.26 (Jan.27, 1730)wGeorge Champion, Cooper, translated to Haberdashers September 18, 1739Bridge, 1729-54S. 1737-8vice Preston
Knighted January 18, 1737; Co. Co. Langbourn 1726-9; M.P. Aylesbury 1734-41; Colonel White Regiment 1745-54; President Honourable Artillery Company 1750-4; Master Haberdashers 1740-1. Died July 18, 1754; Will [P.C.C. 221 Pinfold] July 2; proved August 3, 1754.
1730, Sept. 23 (Oct. 6)wJohn Salter, Merchant TaylorCornhill, 1730-44S. 1734-5, M. 1739-40vice Scawen
Knighted October 31, 1735; Co. Co. Cornhill 1721-30; Director E.I.C. 1734-8, 1739-43, 1744 (Deputy-Chairman 1741-2, Chairman 1742-3); Master Merchant Taylors 1731-2. Died June 1, 1744; Will [P.C.C. 201 Anstis] cod. March 10, 1711; proved August 1, 1744.
1732, Sept. 5 (19)tRobert Godschall, IronmongerBishopsgate, 1732-42S. 1735-6, M. 1741-2vice Becher
Knighted October 31, 1735; M.P. London 1741-2 (contested 1734); President St. Bartholomew's Hospital 1741-2; Master Ironmongers 1733. Died June 26, 1742; adm. July 21, 1742.
1733, Jan.27 (Feb. 20)wRobert Kendal, FishmongerCheap, 1733-8S. 1738vice Heathcote
Took additional name Cater, February, 1736; Knighted June 8, 1738; Co. Co. Cheap, 1720 (Deputy 1727)-33; Auditor 1727-9; Prime Warden Fishmongers 1734-6. Died December 31, 1738; Will [P.C.C. 72 Henchman] December 29, 1738; proved April 6, 1739.
1735, Oct. 14 (21)xGeorge Heathcote, SalterWalbrook, 1735-49S. 1739-40, M. 1742 [Elected M. 1740]vice Tash
F.R.S. January, 1729; M.P. Hindon 1727-34; Southwark 1734-41; London 1741-47; Director S.S. Company 1730-3; Master Salters 1737. Died June 7, 1768; Will [P.C.C. 245 Secker] December 18, 1750; proved June 30, 1768.
1735, Oct. 30 (Nov. 11)tJohn Lequesne, GrocerBroad Street, 1735-41S. 1739-40vice Humfreys
Knighted January 18, 1737; Co. Co. Broad Street 1724 (Deputy 1731)-35; Auditor 1732-4; Director Bank of England 1738-41; Master Grocers 1736-7. Died March 18, 1741; adm. April 3, 1741.
1736, Jan. 28 (Feb. 10)wRobert Willimott, Cooper (fn. 16) Lime Street, 1736-46S. 1741-2, M. 1742-3vice Hopkins
Knighted February 18, 1744; Co. Co. Tower 1729-36; M.P. London 1734-41; President Bethlem and Bridewell 1741-6; Master Coopers 1743. Died December 19, 1746; Will [P.C.C. 27 Potter] October 15, 1746; proved January 14, 1747.
1737, Feb. 1 (15)wJoseph Hankey, HaberdasherLangbourn, 1737-69vice Sir H. Hankey
Knighted August 4, 1737; Co. Co. Langbourn 1728-37; Colonel Blue Regiment 1745-62; President St. Thomas' Hospital 1751-69; President Honourable Artillery Company 1754-63 (Treasurer 1749, Vice-President 1749-54); Master Haberdashers 1737-8. Died June 28, 1769; Will [P.C.C. 247 Bogg] June 17, 1762; proved July 10, 1769.
1737, Feb. 2 (8)tDaniel Lambert, Cooper, translated to Vintners March 24, 1741Tower, 1737-50S. 1733-4, M. 1741vice Peers
Knighted February 18, 1744; Co. Co. Aldgate 1732-7; M.P. London 1741-7 (contested 1747); Auditor 1735-7; Governor Irish Society 1741-4; Master Vintners 1741. Died May 13, 1750; Will [P.C.C. 163 Greenley] February 27; proved May 23, 1750.
1737, Mar. 14 (22)tRobert Westley, Merchant TaylorQueenhithe, 1737-45 [contested Cheap 1733]S. 1733-4, M. 1743-4vice Alsop
Knighted February 18, 1744; Governor Irish Society 1744-5; President St. Bartholomew's Hospital 1742-5 (Treasurer 1734-42); Treasurer Sons of Clergy 1720-4; Master Merchant Taylors 1737-8. Died September 23, 1745; Will [P.C.C. 314 Seymer] March 17, 1739; proved November 15, 1745.
1737, July 23 (Aug. 2)wSir William Rous, SalterVintry, 1737-43S. 1736-7vice Conyers
Knighted January 18, 1737; Co. Co. Vintry 1728 (Deputy 1731)-37; Auditor 1732-4; Director E.I.C. 1733-7, 1738-42 (Deputy-Chairman 1738-9, Chairman 1739-40); Master Salters 1738. Died February 22, 1743; Will [P.C.C. 89 Boycott] July 18, 1741; proved March 29, 1743.
1737, Nov. 10 (29)tHenry Marshall, DraperFarringdon Within, 1737-54S. 1740-1, M. 1744-5vice Brocas
Knighted September 5, 1745; M.P. Agmondesham 1734-54; contested London 1747; President St. Bartholomew's Hospital 1745-54; Master Drapers 1738-9. Died February 2, 1754; Will [P.C.C. 49 Pinfold] cod. June 14, 1753; proved February 4, 1754.
1739, Jan. 4 (16)wWilliam Baker, WeaverBassishaw, 1739-70vice Lombe
Knighted November 3, 1760; Co. Co. Bassishaw 1736-9; M.P. Plympton 1747-68; Colonel Orange Regiment 1745-62; Vice-President Honourable Artillery Company 1754-63 (Treasurer 1749-54); Governor Hudson's Bay Company 1760-70 (Deputy-Governor 1750-60); Director E.I.C. 1741-5, 1746-50, 1751-3 (Deputy-Chairman 1749, 1751-2; Chairman 1749-50, 1752-3); Upper Balliff Weavers 1739-40. Died January 23, 1770; Will [P.C.C. 41 Jenner] April 25, 1768; proved February 7, 1770.
1739, Jan. 25 (Feb. 6)wSir Joseph Eyles, HaberdasherCheap, 1739-40S. 1724-5vice Kendal-Cater
Knighted December 9, 1724; M.P. Devizes 1722-7, 1734-40; Southwark 1727-34; Director E.I.C. 1714-7, 1721-2; Director Bank of England 1717-21, 1730-3; Master Haberdashers 1724-5. Died February 8, 1740; Will [P.C.C. 38 Browne] January 6, 1735; proved February 8, 1740.
1740, Feb. 9 (19)wGeorge Arnold, HaberdasherCheap, 1740-51vice Sir Joseph Eyles
Co. Co. Cheap 1722 (Deputy 1733)-40; President St. Thomas' Hospital 1750-1; Master Haberdasher 1735-6. Died June 23, 1751; Will [P.C.C. 197 Busby] cod. December 31, 1746; proved July 1, 1751.
1740, Apr. 23 (May 6)t(D) (fn. 17) Richard Hoare, GoldsmithFarringdon Without, 1740-54 [Contested Cheap 1739]S. 1740-1, M. 1745-6vice Child
Knighted October 31, 1745; Prime Warden Goldsmiths 1740-1; Treasurer S.P.C.K. 1750-54. Died October 12, 1754; Will [P.C.C. 275 Pinfold] March 9; proved October 29, 1754.
1740, Nov. 12 (25)tWilliam Benn, FletcherAldersgate, 1740-55S. 1742-3, M. 1746-7vice Levett
Co. Co. Bishopsgate 1730-40; Auditor 1739-41; President Bethlem and Bridewell 1747-55. Died August 10, 1755; Will [P.C.C. 211 Paul] cod. August 4, 1753; proved August 20, 1755.
1741, Jan. 5 (13)xRobert Ladbroke, GrocerCastle Baynard, 1741-58, Bridge Without, 1758-73S. 1743-4, M. 1747-8vice Barber
Knighted February 18, 1744; Co. Co. Castle Baynard 1738-41; M.P. London 1754-73 (contested 1747); President Christ's Hospital 1758-73; elected Colonel Green Regiment 1749; Colonel Blue Regiment 1762-73; President Honourable Artillery Company 1763-73; Master Grocers 1741-3. Died October 31, 1773; Will [P.C.C. 435 Stevens] August 27; proved November 11, 1773.
1741, Mar. 25 (April 7)xWilliam Calvert, BrewerPortsoken, 1741-61S. 1743-4, M. 1748-9vice Parsons
Knighted February 18, 1744; Co. Co. Dowgate 1739 (Deputy 1740)-41; M.P. London 1742-54 (contested 1754); Old Sarum 1755-61; Auditor 1740-2; Colonel Red Regiment 1749-61; Treasurer Honourable Artillery Company 1754-61; Master Brewers 1741-2. Died May 3, 1761; Will [P.C.C. 165 Cheslyn] December 26, 1737; proved May 22, 1761.
1741, Apr. 13 (Nov. 17)t (fn. 18) Charles Ewer, GrocerBroad Street 1741-2vice Lequesne
M.P. Shaftesbury 1741-2. Died June 20, 1742; Will, [P.C.C. 182 Tremley] cod. June 1; proved June 25, 1742.
1742, June 22 (29)tWalter Bernard, ClothworkerBroad Street, 1742-6S. 1744-5vice Ewer
Co. Co. Bishopsgate 1740-2; Deputy-Governor Irish Society 1742-3; Treasurer Sons of Clergy 1740-4; Master Clothworkers 1742. Died May 4, 1746; Will [P.C.C. 141 Edmunds] January 15, 1740; proved May 14, 1746.
1742, June 30 (July 13)tSamuel Pennant, IronmongerBishopsgate, 1742-50S. 1744-5, M. 1749-50vice Godschall
Knighted September 5, 1745; Co. Co. Cheap 1740-2; Master Ironmongers 1743. Died May 20, 1750; Will [P.C.C. 170 Greenley] April 7, 1749; proved May 28, 1750.
1743, Mar. 24 (fn. 19) (April 12)tEdward Gibbon, FletcherVintry, 1743-5vice Rous
M.P. Petersfield 1734-41, Southampton 1741-7. Died November 10, 1770; adm. December 3, 1770.
1743, May 9 (17)tJohn Blachford, GoldsmithCripplegate, 1743-59S. 1745-6, M. 1750vice Williams
President St. Bartholomew's Hospital 1754-9; Prime Warden Goldsmiths 1744-5. Died September 25, 1759; Will [P.C.C. 349 Arran] cod. September 27, 1758; proved November 12, 1759.
1744, June 4 (12)tFrancis Cokayne, Farrier, translated to Vintners October 9, 1750Cornhill, 1744-67S. 1745-6, M. 1750-1vice Salter
President St. Bartholomew's Hospital 1759-67; elected a Colonel London Militia 1762; Master Farriers 1741-2. Died October 10, 1767; Will [P.C.C. 368 Legard] October 5, 1745; proved October 30, 1767.
1745, Mar. 16 (26)wThomas Winterbottom, ClothworkerBillingsgate, 1745-52S. 1746-7, M. 1751-2vice Sir John Eyles
Co. Co. Billingsgate 1729 (Deputy 1743)-5; Commissioner Victualling Navy 1752; Colonel Yellow Regiment 1750-2; Director Bank of England 1749-52; Master Clothworkers 1745. Died June 4, 1752; Will [P.C.C. 174 Bettesworth] January 10, 1747; proved June 17, 1752.
1745, Mar. 18 (26)tRobert Alsop, IronmongerColeman Street, 1745-73, Bridge Without, 1773-85S. 1746-7, M. 1752vice Master
Co. Co. Queenhithe 1738-45; Auditor 1743-5; Governor Irish Society 1745-85 (Deputy-Governor 1744-5); Treasurer Bethlem and Bridewell 1750-5; President Christ's Hospital 1774-85; elected a Colonel London Militia 1762; Master Ironmongers 1745. Died May 24, 1785; Will [P.C.C. 288 Ducarel] July 1, 1771; proved October 6, 1785.
1745, June 20 (July 2)t(D) (fn. 20) Crisp Gascoyne, BrewerVintry, 1745-61S. 1747-8, M. 1752-3vice Gibbon
Knighted November 22, 1752; Co. Co. Portsoken 1741-5; contested Southwark 1754; Master Brewers 1746-7. Died December 28, 1761; Will [P.C.C. 13 St. Eloy] December 20, 1761; proved January 4, 1762.
1745, Sept. 27 (Oct. 8)Edward Davies, SalterQueenhithe, 1745-9S. 1747-8vice Westley.
Died February 11, 1749; Will [P.C.C. 38 Lisle] December 22, 1748; proved February 21, 1749.
1745, Oct. 18 (28)tEdward Ironside, GoldsmithCordwainer, 1745-53S. 1748-9, M. 1753vice Billers
Co. Co. Langbourn 1737-8, 1739-45; F.S.A. 1753; contested Gatton 1749; Prime Warden Goldsmiths 1746-7. Died November 27, 1753; Will [P.C.C. 320 Searle] cod. November 26; proved December 15, 1753.
1746, May 7 (14)t(D) (fn. 21) Thomas Rawlinson, GrocerBroad Street, 1746-69S. 1748-9, M. 1753-4vice Bernard
Knighted October 28, 1760; Co. Co. Langbourn 1741-4; Colonel Red Regiment 1762-9; Vice-President Honourable Artillery Company 1763-9; President St. Bartholomew's Hospital 1767-9; Master Grocers 1746-7. Died December 3, 1769; Will [P.C.C. 433 Bogg] August 3; proved December 18, 1769.
1746, Nov.28wJames Heywood, DraperAldgate, 1746vice Perry
Co. Co. Bridge 1727-46; Auditor 1733-5; Deputy-Governor Irish Society 1735-6; Master Drapers 1747-8. Died July 23, 1776; Will [P.C.C. 317 Bellas] April 22, 1775; proved July 30, 1776.
1747, Jan. 8 (20)tSir William Smith, Wax ChandlerAldgate, 1747-52S. 1741-2vice Perry
Knighted February 21, 1744; Co. Co. Aldgate 1722-3, 1725-8; contested Lyme Regis 1722; Colonel Green Regiment 1749-52; Collector Orphans' Coal Duties 1717-52. Died March 6, 1752; Will [P.C.C. 77 Bettesworth] February 27; proved March 10, 1752.
1747, Jan. 14 (27)wWilliam Whitaker, ClothworkerLime Street, 1747-52S. 1749-50vice Willimott
Co. Co. Vintry 1730-2; Master Clothworkers 1749. Died August 3, 1752; Will [P.C.C. 312 Bettesworth] July 29; proved December 1, 1752.
1748, Nov.23 (Dec. 13)wStephen Theodore Janssen, StationerBread Street, 1748-65S. 1749-50, M. 1754-5vice Baylis
Succeeded to Baronetcy February 21, 1766; City Chamberlain 1765-76; M.P. London 1747-54; Master Stationers 1749-51. Died April 8, 1777; Will [P.C.C. 168 Collier] cod. March 26; proved April 22, 1777.
1749, Jan. 19 (31)wSlingsby Bethell, FishmongerWalbrook, 1749-58S. 1751-2, M. 1755-6vice Heathcote
M.P. London 1747-58; Prime Warden Fishmongers 1756-8. Died November 1, 1758; Will [P.C.C. 320 Hutton] August 19; proved November 14, 1758.
1749, Feb. 13 (21)t (fn. 22) Marshe Dickinson, GrocerQueenhithe, 1749-65S. 1751-2, M. 1756-7vice Davies
Co. Co. Vintry 1738-43; F.S.A. 1747; M.P. Brackley 1754-65; Chairman Committees House of Commons 1761-5; elected a Colonel London Militia 1762; Master Grocers 1749-50. Died February 6, 1765; Will [P.C.C. 51 Rushworth] March 28, 1751; proved February 11, 1765.
1749, April 7 (18)wCharles Asgill, SkinnerCandlewick, 1749-77S. 1752-3, M. 1757-8vice Bellamy
Knighted November 22, 1752; created Baronet April, 1761; Co. Co. Langbourn 1744-9; elected Colonel Green Regiment 1762; Master Skinners 1748. Died September 15, 1788; Will [P.C.C. 423 Calvert] cod. September 2; proved September 20, 1788.
1750, Feb.22 (March 6)wRichard Glyn, SalterDowgate, 1750-73S. 1752-3, M. 1758-9vice Thompson
Knighted November 22, 1752; created Baronet September, 1759; M.P. London 1758-68 (contested 1754, 1768) Coventry 1768-73; President Bethlem and Bridewell 1755-73; Colonel Orange Regiment 1762-73; Vice-President Honourable Artillery Company 1770-3 (Treasurer 1763-70); Master Salters 1751. Died January 1, 1773; Will [P.C.C. 15 Stevens] May 21, 1770; proved January 13, 1773.
1750, May 16 (June 12)Thomas Chitty, SalterTower, 1750-62S. 1753-4, M. 1759-60vice Lambert
Knighted June 8, 1759; Colonel Green Regiment 1752-62; Treasurer Honourable Artillery Company 1762; Collector Orphans' Coal Duties 1752-62; Director Bank of England 1755-7, 1758-61, 1762; Master Salters 1744. Died October 17, 1762; Will [P.C.C. 499 St. Eloy] March 20; proved December 22, 1762.
1750, May 23 (June 12)Matthew Blakiston, GrocerBishopsgate, 1750-69S. 1753-4, M. 1760-1vice Pennant
Knighted June 8, 1759; created Baronet April, 1763; Colonel Green Regiment 1762-73; Master Grocers 1750-1. Died July 14, 1774; adm. same day.
1751, June 26 (July 9)t(D*) (fn. 23) Samuel Fludyer, Tyler and Bricklayer, translated to Clothworkers May 26, 1752Cheap, 1751-68S. 1754-5, M. 1761-2vice Arnold
Knighted September 19, 1755; created Baronet November, 1759; Co. Co. Bassishaw 1734-51; M.P. Chippenham 1754-68; contested London 1761; Colonel Yellow Regiment 1752-68; Director Bank of England 1753-5, 1756-8, 1759-62, 1763-8 (Deputy-Governor 1766-8). Died January 18, 1768; Will [P.C.C. 59 Secker] August 26, 1763; proved February 18, 1768.
1752, Mar. 9 (17)Robert Scott, CooperAldgate, 1752-60S. 1750-1vice Smith
Died November 20, 1760; Will [P.C.C. 481 Lynch] November 9; adm. December 9, 1760.
1752, June 10w(D) Sir Peter Warren, K.B., GoldsmithBillingsgate, 1752vice Winterbottom
K.B. May, 1747; Rear-Admiral 1745; Vice-Admiral 1747; M.P. Westminster 1747-52; Prime Warden Goldsmiths 1744-5. Died July 29, 1752; Will [P.C.C. 266 Bettesworth] July 26; proved October 30, 1752.
1752, June 25 (July 7)w(D*) (fn. 24) William Beckford, IronmongerBillingsgate, 1752-70S. 1755-6, M. 1762-3, 1769-70vice Winterbottom
M.P. Shaftesbury 1747-54; London 1754-70 (elected for Petersfield 1754); Colonel White Regiment 1762-70; Treasurer Honourable Artillery Company 1770; Master Ironmongers 1753. Died June 21, 1770; Will [P.C.C. 256 Jenner] June 19, 1765; proved July 18, 1770.
1752, Aug. 6 (Sept. 19)wJohn Porter, SalterLime Street, 1752-6vice Whittaker
M.P. Evesham 1754-6; Colonel White Regiment 1755-6; Master Salters 1753. Died April 10, 1756; Will [P.C.C. 117 Glazier] April 4; proved April 21, 1756.
1753, Nov. 30 (Dec. 11)William Alexander, Tallow ChandlerCordwainer, 1753-62S. 1750-1vice Ironside
[Contested Lime Street 1752]
Colonel White Regiment 1756-62; Master Tallow Chandlers 1747-8, 1750-1. Died September 24, 1762; Will [P.C.C. 408 St. Eloy] April 29; proved October 4, 1762.
1754, Feb. 4 (12)tRichard Sclater, GrocerFarringdon Within, 1754vice Marshall
Co. Co. Farringdon Within 1736 (Deputy 1741)-54; Auditor 1743-5; Treasurer Sons of Clergy 1747-52; Master Grocers 1743-4. Died May 4, 1754; Will [P.C.C. 150 Pinfold] July 23, 1750; proved May 31, 1754.
1754, May 8 (21)w William Bridgen, CutlerFarringdon Within, 1754-79S. 1756-7, M. 1763-4vice Sclater
Died October 18, 1779; Will [P.C.C. 484 Warburton] September 23, 1778; proved December 4, 1779.
1754, July 22 (30)wWilliam Stephenson, GrocerBridge, 1754-74S. 1756-7, M. 1764-5vice Champion
Knighted June 8, 1759; Co. Co. Dowgate 1742-54; Colonel Red Regiment 1770-2; Treasurer Honourable Artillery Company 1770-3; Master Grocers 1755-6. Died October 24, 1774; Will [P.C.C. 409 Bargrave] January 10, 1772; proved November 4, 1774.
1754, Oct. 15 (29)tRichard Beckford, GoldsmithFarringdon Without, 1754-6vice Hoare
M.P. Bristol 1754-6; Prime Warden Goldsmiths 1755-6. Died January 24, 1756; Will [P.C.C. 59 Glazier] cod. January 7; proved March 4, 1756.
1755, Aug. 12 (Sept. 9)George Nelson, GrocerAldersgate, 1755-66S. 1757-8, M. 1765-6vice Benn
Co. Co. Queenhithe 1740 (Deputy 1747)-55; Deputy-Governor Irish Society 1743-4; Auditor 1744-6; Master Grocers 1756-7. Died November 23, 1766; Will [P.C.C. 459 Tyndall] cod. August 19; proved December 5, 1766.
1756, Feb. 9 (17)tFrancis Gosling, StationerFarringdon Without, 1756-68S. 1757-8vice R. Beckford
Knighted October 28, 1760; Treasurer S.P.C.K. 1747-68: Master Stationers 1756-7. Died December 29, 1768; Will [P.C.C. 11 Bogg] cod. February 24, 1767; proved January 5, 1769.
1756, Apr. 15 (27)Robert Kite, SkinnerLime Street, 1756-72S. 1760-1, M. 1766-7vice Porter
Knighted October 16, 1760; Co. Co. Candlewick 1747-56: Master Skinners 1756. Died September 2, 1772; Will [P.C.C. 333 Taverner] August 13; proved September 11, 1772.
1758, July 27 (Oct. 10)tNathaniel Nash, Merchant TaylorCastle Baynard, 1758-67S. 1761-2vice Barnard
Knighted November 9, 1761; Co. Co. Castle Baynard 1739; (Deputy 1752)-58; Auditor 1749-51; Deputy-Governor Irish Society 1752-3; Collector Orphans' Coal Duties 1762-8; Master Merchant Taylors 1759-60. Died August 28, 1769; Will [P.C.C. 318 Bogg] September 24, 1768; proved September 11, 1769.
1758, Nov. 3 (21)tAlexander Master, DraperWalbrook, 1758-66S. 1758-9 [Elected S. 1742]vice Bethell
Master Drapers 1759-60.
1759, Sept.29 (Oct. 9)John Cartwright, FishmongerCripplegate, 1759-67S. 1761-2vice Blachford
Knighted November 9, 1761; Co. Co. Cripplegate Within 1754-9. Died August 29, 1772; Will [P.C.C. 320 Taverner] January 7, 1769; proved September 3, 1772.
1760, Nov. 22 (Dec. 2)Thomas Challenor, BarberAldgate, 1760-6S. 1762-3vice Scott
Knighted October 4, 1762; Co. Co. Aldgate 1757-60; Master Barbers 1761. Died May 9, 1766; Will [P.C.C. 215 Tyndall] March 5; proved June 2, 1766.
1761, May 5 (June 2)t(D) (fn. 25) Hon. Thomas Harley, GoldsmithPortsoken, 1761-85, Bridge Without, 1785-1804S. 1763-4, M. 1767-8vice Calvert
Privy Councillor May 27, 1768; M.P. London 1761-74, Herefordshire 1776-1802 (contested 1774); Lord Lieut. Radnorshire 1791-1804; Colonel Yellow Regiment 1768-89; 1st Regiment London Militia 1789-94; President St. Bartholomew's Hospital 1770-1804; Governor Irish Society 1793-8; President Honourable Artillery Company 1773-80 (Vice-President 1773); Collector Orphans' Coal Duties 1798-1804; Prime Warden Goldsmiths 1762-3. Died December 1, 1804; Will [P.C.C. 27 Nelson] September 11, 1804; proved January 3, 1805.
1761, Dec. 30 (Jan.26, 1762)Richard Blunt, DistillerVintry, 1761-3S. 1763vice Gascoyne
Co. Co. Cordwainer 1740 (Deputy 1760)-61. Died December 30, 1763; Will [P.C.C. 2 Simpson] cod. March 25, 1763; proved January 7, 1764.
1762, Sept.27 (Oct. 5)tHenry Bankes, GrocerCordwainer, 1762-74S. 1762-3vice Alexander
Knighted October 4, 1762; Colonel Blue Regiment 1774; President Christ's Hospital 1773-4; Master Grocers 1763-4. Died July 19, 1774; Will [P.C.C. 289 Bargrave] November 12, 1768; proved August 3, 1774.
1762, Oct. 21 (Nov. 2)wSamuel Turner, ClothworkerTower, 1762-75S. 1764, M. 1768-9vice Chitty
Co. Co. Vintry 1744-7; Queenbithe 1751-7; Candidate for Chamberlain 1765; Auditor 1750-2. Died February 23, 1777; Will [P.C.C. 136 Collier] July 24, 1765; proved March 5, 1777.
1764, Jan. 2 (19)wBarlow Trecothick, ClothworkerVintry, 1764-74S. 1766, M. 1770vice Blunt
M.P. London 1768-74; Colonel White Regiment 1770-5: Vice-President Honourable Artillery Company 1773-5 (Treasurer 1773). Died May 28, 1775; Will [P.C.C. 253 Alexander] June 25, 1774: proved June 8, 1775.
1765, Feb. 1 (12)w(D*) (fn. 26) Brass Crosby, Musician, translated to Goldsmiths May 13, 1766Bread Street, 1765-93S. 1764-5, M. 1770-1vice Janssen
Co. Co. Tower 1758-65; M.P. Honiton 1768-74; contested London 1774, 1784; Remembrancer 1760-1; Auditor 1763-5; President Honourable Artillery Company 1780-93; President Bethlem and Bridewell 1782-93 (Treasurer 1781-2); Governor Irish Society 1785-93; Prime Warden Goldsmiths 1767-8. Died February 14, 1793; Will [P.C.C. 131 Dodwell] December 12, 1785; proved March 2, 1793.
1765, Feb. 9 (19)w Richard Peers, Cloth-workerQueenhithe, 1765-72S. 1767-8vice Dickinson
Co. Co. Queenhithe 1746-65; Master Clothworkers 1763. Died June 25, 1772; Will [P.C.C. 231 Taverner] February 17; proved June 26, 1772.
1766, May 13 (June 3)William Cracraft, HaberdasherAldgate, 1766-7vice Challenor
Master Haberdashers 1761-2. Died January 17, 1767; adm. January 31, 1767.
1766, June 6 (17)wWilliam Nash, SalterWalbrook, 1766-72S. 1767-8, M. 1771-2vice Master
President St. Thomas' Hospital 1769-72; Colonel Red Regiment 1772; Master Salters 1762. Died December 31, 1772; Will [P.C.C. 26 Stevens] July 29, 1768; proved January 15, 1773.
1766, Nov. 26 (Dec. 9)w(D) (fn. 27) Thomas Hallifax, GoldsmithAldersgate, 1766-89S. 1768-9, M. 1776-7vice Nelson
Knighted February 5, 1773; Co. Co. Langbourn 1761-6; M.P. Coventry 1780-1, Aylesbury 1784-9; Prime Warden Goldsmiths 1768-9. Died February 7, 1789; adm. March 3, 1789.
1767, Jan. 21 (Mar. 3)John Shakespear, Broderer, translated to Ironmongers September 20, 1768Aldgate, 1767-75S. 1768-9vice Cracraft
Colonel Blue Regiment 1774-5; Master Ironmongers 1769. Died May 18, 1775; Will [P.C.C. 249 Alexander] August 8, 1772; proved June 1, 1775.
1767, Feb. 6 (17)tSir James Esdaile, CooperCripplegate, 1767-93S. 1766-7, M. 1777-8vice Cartwright
Knighted October 8, 1766; F.S.A. 1787; Colonel Green Regiment 1773-89; Colonel 2nd Regiment London Militia 1789-93; Collector Orphans' Coal Duties 1768-89. Died April 6, 1793; Will [P.C.C. 198 Dodwell] January 23, 1792; proved April 9, 1793.
1767, Mar. 5 (17)tSamuel Plumbe, Wire Drawer, translated to Goldsmiths April 28, 1767Castle Baynard, 1767-82S. 1776-7, M. 1778-9vice Sir N. Nash
Colonel Red Regiment 1773-83; Vice-President Honourable Artillery Company 1775-80 (Treasurer 1773-5); President St. Thomas' Hospital 1773-82: Master Wire Drawers 1759; Prime Warden Goldsmiths 1769-70. Died February 21, 1784; Will [P.C.C. 96 Rockingham] November 28, 1782; proved February 26, 1784.
1767, Oct. 14 (27)tBrackley Kennett, VintnerCornhill, 1767-82 [Contested Walbrook 1766]S. 1765-6, M. 1779-80vice Cokayne
Colonel Orange Regiment 1773-82; Treasurer Honourable Artillery Company 1775-80; President Bethlem and Bridewell 1777-82; Master Vintners 1768. Died May 10, 1782; Will [P.C.C. 235 Gostling] cod. May 2; proved May 15, 1782.
1768, Jan. 21 (Feb. 2)wJohn Kirkman, FishmongerCheap, 1768-80[Elected S. 1776, 1780].vice Fludyer
M.P. London 1780. Died September 15, 1780; adm. November 24, 1780.
1769, Jan. 27 (April 24, 1770)w(D) (fn. 28) John Wilkes, JoinerFarringdon Without, 1769-97S. 1771-2, M. 1774-5vice Gosling
City Chamberlain, 1779-97; (Candidate 1776 bis, 1777, 1778); F.R.S. April, 1749; M.P. Aylesbury 1757-64, Middlesex 1768-9, 1774-90; contested Berwick 1754, London 1768; Colonel Bucks Militia 1762-4; Master Joiners 1770-1. Died December 26, 1797; Will [P.C.C. 143 Walpole] May 21, 1795; proved February 3, 1798.
1769, June 23 (July 4)w (fn. 29) James Townsend, MercerBishopsgate, 1769-87S. 1769-70, M. 1772-3vice Blakiston
M.P. West Looe 1767-74, Calne 1782-7; Vice-President Honourable Artillery Company 1782-4; Master Mercers 1769. Died July 1, 1787; Will [P.C.C. 431 Major] December 18, 1764; adm. September 12, 1787.
1769, July 1 (Sept. 26)w(D) (fn. 30) John Sawbridge, Framework KnitterLangbourn, 1769-95S. 1769-70, M. 1775-6vice Hankey
M.P. Hythe 1768-74, London 1774-80, 1780-95; contested Hythe 1774, 1784, London 1780: Master Framework Knitters 1770-1; Colonel East Kent Militia. Died February 21, 1795; Will [P.C.C. 211 Newcastle] September 8, 1791; proved March 16, 1795.
1769, Dec. 8 (Jan. 9, 1770)James Rosseter, FeltmakerBroad Street, 1769-73vice Rawlinson
Co. Co. Billingsgate 1751-6; Candlewick 1756 (Deputy 1765)-69; Auditor 1762-4. Died February 9, 1773; Will [P.C.C. 77 Stevens] June 18, 1772; proved February 13, 1773.
1770, Jan. 27 (Feb. 6)John Bird, GoldsmithBassishaw, 1770-2vice Baker
Died October 18, 1772; Will [P.C.C. 392 Taverner] April 18; proved November 16, 1772.
1770, July 4 (17)w(D) (fn. 31) Richard Oliver, DraperBillingsgate, 1770-8S. 1772-3vice W. Beckford
M.P. London 1770-80; Master Drapers 1770-1. Died April 16, 1784; Will [P.C.C. 565 Rockingham] April 6, 1779; proved October 29, 1784.
1772, June 29 (Sept. 8)w (fn. 32) Frederick Bull, SalterQueenhithe, 1772-84S. 1771-2, M. 1773-4vice Peers
[Contested Broad Street 1769]
M.P. London 1773-84; Master Salters 1761. Died January 10, 1784; Will [P.C.C. 61 Rockingham] January 2; proved February 4, 1784.
1772, Sept. 5wJoseph Martin, GoldsmithLime Street, 1772S. 1770-1vice Kite
M.P. Gatton 1768-74, Tewkesbury 1774-6; Prime Warden Goldsmiths 1770-1. Died March 30, 1776; Will [P.C.C. 194 Bellas] cod. March 10; proved April 23, 1776.
1772, Sept.26 (Oct. 8)w (fn. 32) Watkin Lewes, JoinerLime Street, 1772-1804, Bridge Without, 1804-21S. 1772-3, M. 1780-1vice Kite
Knighted February 5, 1773; M.P. London 1781-96; contested Worcester 1773, 1774 bis, 1780, London 1796, 1802; Candidate for Chamberlain 1798; Bailiff Southwark 1784-1817; Colonel Honourable Artillery Company 1781-94 (Vice-President 1780-1); Colonel Blue Regiment 1781-9; 4th London Militia 1789-94, East London Militia 1794-1803. Died July 13, 1821.
1772, Oct. 23 (Nov. 3)wWilliam Plomer, Tyler and BricklayerBassishaw, 1772-1801S. 1774-5, M. 1781-2 [Elected S. 1773]vice Bird
Knighted April 12, 1782; Co. Co. Aldgate 1765-72; Auditor 1771-3; President Honourable Artillery Company 1793-5 (Treasurer 1780-93). Died August 21, 1801; Will [P.C.C. 608 Abercrombie] cod. August 5; proved September 15, 1801.
1773, Jan. 4 (26)wNathaniel Thomas, Wax-ChandlerWalbrook, 1773-81S. 1776-7vice W. Nash
Co. Co. Walbrook 1752-73; Colonel Blue Regiment 1775-81; Treasurer Bethlem and Bridewell 1775-81. Died February 21, 1781; Will [P.C.C. 170 Webster] December 29, 1779; proved March 23, 1781.
1773, Jan. 5 (26)t(D) Walter Rawlinson, GrocerDowgate, 1773-7 [Contested Queenhithe 1772]vice Glyn
Knighted March 4, 1774; F.R.S. March, 1775; M.P. Queenborough 1774-84; Huntingdon 1784-90; Colonel White Regiment 1775-7; Master Grocers 1773-4; President Bethlem and Bridewell 1773-7. Died March 13, 1805; Will [P.C.C. 387 Nelson] January 27, 1803; proved May 18, 1805.
1773, Feb. 12 (23)wBenjamin Hopkins, DraperBroad Street, 1773-6vice Rosseter
City Chamberlain 1776-9; M.P. Great Bedwin 1771-4; Director Bank of England 1765-7, 1768-71, 1772-5, 1776-9; Master Drapers 1773-4. Died November 9, 1779; adm. November 25, 1779.
1773, Nov. 5 (Dec. 7)wRobert Peckham, WheelwrightColeman Street, 1773-86S. 1777-8, M. 1783-4 [Elected M. 1782]vice Ladbroke
Police Magistrate Southwark 1786-1814; Elected Colonel White Regiment 1778; Master Wheelwrights 1799-1800. Died July 5, 1814; Will [P.C.C. 531 Bridport].
1774, July 22 (29)wGeorge Hayley, ArmourerCordwainer, 1774-81S. 1775-6vice Bankes
M.P. London 1774-81. Died August 30, 1781; Will [P.C.C. 392 Webster] March 31, 1780; proved August 31, 1781.
1774, Oct. 29 (Jan. 17, 1775)(t)John Hart, SkinnerBridge, 1774-6, Dowgate, 1777-84 [Contested Cordwainer 1774, Bridge 1776]S. 1774-5vice Stephenson
Co. Co. Dowgate 1763-74; Principal Land Coal Meter 1784-91; Master Skinners 1775. Died September 27, 1791; Will [P.C.C. 79 Fountain] December 5, 1785; proved February 3, 1792.
1774, Nov. 5 (18)wNathaniel Newnham, Junr., MercerVintry, 1774-1809S. 1775-6, M. 1782-3vice Trecothick
M.P. London 1780-90 (contested 1790); Ludgershall 1793-6 (contested 1791); Colonel Orange Regiment 1783-9, 5th London Militia 1789-94; Lieut.-Colonel East London Militia 1794-6; Colonel West London Militia 1796-1809; President St. Thomas' Hospital 1782-1809; Collector Orphans' Coal Duties 1804-9; Lieut.-Colonel Honourable Artillery Company 1781-94; Master Mercers 1786. Died December 26, 1809; Will [P.C.C. 153 Collingwood].
1775, May 23 (June 13)wWilliam Lee, HaberdasherAldgate, 1775-80S. 1773-4vice Shakespear
Contested (? Bridport 1761) Southwark 1774. Died June 27, 1795.
1775, Oct. 12 (24)Hugh Smith, SalterTower, 1775-7vice Turner
Master Salters 1776. Died December 26, 1790; Will [P.C.C. 42 Bevor] November 8, 1790; proved January 8, 1791.
1776, Mar. 16 (21)t(D*) (fn. 33) Richard Clark, JoinerBroad Street, 1776-98S. 1777-8, M. 1784-5vice Hopkins
City Chamberlain 1798-1831; Contested London 1781; Colonel White Regiment 1778-89, 3rd London Militia 1789-94; President Christ's Hospital 1785-98; Treasurer Bethlem and Bridewell 1781-1831; Police Magistrate Hatton Garden 1792-8; Master Joiners 1811-2. Died January 16, 1831; Will [P.C.C. 70 Tebbs].
1776, May 15 (June 18)wThomas Wooldridge, MusicianBridge, 1776-83[Elected S. 1776]vice Hart
Contested Abingdon 1780. Died c 1794.
1777, May 29 (June 10)tJohn Hart, Skinner(See 1774)vice Rawlinson
1777, July 4 (15)wThomas Wright, StationerCandlewick, 1777-98S. 1779-80, M. 1785-6vice Asgill
Co. Co. Candlewick 1764-77; Collector Orphans' Coal Duties 1789-98; Master Stationers 1777-8. Died April 8, 1798; Will [P.C.C. 303 Walpole] cod. January 15; proved April 21, 1798.
1777, Sept. 25 (Oct. 7)wEvan Pugh, SkinnerTower, 1777-84S. 1779-80vice Smith
Co. Co. Bishopsgate 1766-77; Master Skinners 1774. Died May 13, 1787; Will [P.C.C. 234 Major] March 10, 1785; adm. May 24, 1787.
1778, Nov. 28 (Dec. 8)wThomas Sainsbury, BowyerBillingsgate, 1778-95S. 1780-1, M. 1786-7vice Oliver
Co. Co. Farringdon Without 1762 (Deputy 1771)-78; Colonel Red Regiment 1784-9, 6th London Militia 1789-94; Auditor 1776-8; Master Bowyers 1774-6. Died May 16, 1795; Will [P.C.C. 409 Newcastle] cod. April 28; proved June 3, 1795.
1779, Oct. 22 (Nov. 2)Henry Kitchin, CurrierFarringdon Within, 1779-86S. 1778-9vice Bridgen
Master Curriers 1764-5, 1778-9. Died February 5, 1786; Will [P.C.C. 99 Norfolk] July 20, 1785; proved February 10, 1786.
1780, Jan. 21 (Feb. 1)John Burnell, GloverAldgate, 1780-90S. 1778-9, M. 1787-8vice Lee
Died January 11, 1790; Will [P.C.C. 4 Bishop] September 7, 1789; proved January 19, 1790.
1780, Sept. 20 (28)William Crichton, FishmongerCheap, 1780-2S. 1780-1vice Kirkman
Vice-President Honourable Artillery Company 1781-2. Died July 30, 1782; Will [P.C.C. 398 Gostling] May 17, 1774; proved August 10, 1782.
1781, Feb. 24 (March 6)William Gill, StationerWalbrook, 1781-98S. 1781-2, M. 1788-9vice Thomas
Co. Co. Candlewick 1764-81; Auditor 1778-80; Treasurer Christ's Hospital 1785-98 (elected President 1798); Master Stationers 1780-1. Died March 26, 1798; Will [P.C.C. 257 Walpole] cod. March 20; proved April 7, 1798.
1781, Sept. 1 (18)w (fn. 34) Barnard Turner, MusicianCordwainer, 1781-4S. 1783-4vice Hayley
Knighted January 16, 1784; M.P. Southwark 1784; Colonel Red Regiment 1783-4; Major Honourable Artillery Company 1781-4. Died June 15, 1784; Will [P.C.C. 356 Rockingham] June 14; proved June 26, 1784.
1782, May 17 (28)wWilliam Pickett, GoldsmithCornhill, 1782-96 [Contested Cordwalner 1781]S. 1784, M. 1789-90vice Kennett
Contested London 1790, 1796. Died December 17, 1796; Will [P.C.C. 42 Exeter] November 25, 1796; proved January 17, 1797.
1782, Aug. 6 (Sept. 24)t(D) (fn. 35) John Boydell, StationerCheap, 1782-1804S. 1785, M. 1790-1vice Crichton
Co. Co. Cheap 1758-70, 1772-82; Master Stationers 1783-4. Died December 12, 1801; Will [P.C.C. 152 Nelson] July 10, 1800; proved March 13, 1805.
1782, Dec. 6 (17)tJohn Hopkins, GrocerCastle Baynard, 1782-96S. 1784-5, M. 1791-2vice Plumbe
Knighted October 12, 1792; Co. Co. Castle Baynard 1751 (Deputy 1765)-82; Deputy-Governor Irish Society 1781-2; Master Grocers 1770-1. Died October 14, 1796; Will [P.C.C. 554 Harris] cod. November 23, 1793; proved November 2, 1796.
1783, Feb. 28 (Mar. 12)tJames Sanderson, DraperBridge, 1783-98S. 1785-6, M. 1792-3vice Woolridge
Knighted October 6, 1786; created Baronet November, 1794; M.P. Malmesbury 1792 6, Hastings 1796-8; President Bethlem and Bridewell 1793-8; Colonel 2nd London Militia 1793-4, West London Militia 1794-6. Died June 21, 1798; Will [P.C.C. 568 Walpole] April 18; proved August 24, 1798.
1784, Jan. 15 (27)John Bates, VintnerQueenhithe, 1784-5S. 1784-5vice Bull
Master Vinters 1777. Died May 13, 1785; Will [P.C.C. 235 Ducarel] cod. March 2; proved May 24, 1785.
1784, June 17 (29)t(D) (fn. 36) Brook Watson, MusicianCordwainer, 1784-1807S. 1785-6, M. 1796-7vice Turner
Created Baronet December, 1803; M.P. London 1784-93; Commissary-General Flanders 1793-5, Great Britain 1798-1806; Director Bank of England 1784-6, 1787-9, 1790-3, 1796-8, 1799-1801, 1802-4, 1805-7 (Deputy-Governor 1806-7); Master Musicians 1790-1. Died October 2, 1807; Will [P.C.C. 930 Lushington] cod. February 23, 1805; proved November 10, 1807.
1784, Oct. 2 (12)t(D) (fn. 37) Paul le Mesurier, GoldsmithDowgate, 1784-1805S. 1786-7, M. 1793-4vice Hart
M.P. Southwark 1784-96; Colonel Honourable Artillery Company 1794-1805 (VicePresident 1784-93, Major 1793-4); Governor Irish Society 1798-1805; Director E.I.C. 1784-8, 1789-93, 1794-8, 1799-1803, 1804-5; Prime Warden Goldsmiths 1802-3. Died December 9, 1805; Will [P.C.C. 849 Nelson] December 7; proved December 24, 1805.
1784, Oct. 2 (12)tRichard Atkinson, GoldsmithTower, 1784-5vice Pugh
M.P. Romney 1784-5; contested London 1784; Director E.I.C. 1784-5. Died May 26, 1785; Will [P.C.C. 460 Norfolk] December 23, 1782; proved September 4, 1786.
1785, May 14 (June 14)wThomas Skinner, HaberdasherQueenhithe, 1785-1806S. 1783-4, M. 1794-5 [Elected M. 1799]vice Bates
Master Haberdashers 1784-5. Died January 30, 1806; Will [P.C.C. 168 Pitt] cod. January 19; proved February 10, 1806.
1785, May 31 (June 14)t(D*) (fn. 38) William Curtis, DraperTower, 1785-1821, Bridge Without, 1821-9S. 1788-9, M. 1795-6vice Atkinson
Created Baronet December, 1802; M.P. London 1790-1818, 1820-6 (contested 1818), Bletchingley 1819-20, Hastings 1826; President Honourable Artillery Company 1795-1829 (Vice-President 1793-5, Lieut.-Colonel 1804-6, Colonel 1806-17); Collector Orphans' Coal Duties 1810-29; President Christ's Hospital 1813-29; Treasurer London Institution 1806-29. Died January 18, 1829; Will [P.C.C. 67 Liverpool].
1785, June 3 (14)tBenjamin Hammett, HaberdasherPortsoken, 1785-98 [Contested Lime Street 1772]S. 1788-9 [Elected M. 1797]vice Alsop
Knighted August 11, 1786; M.P. Taunton 1782-1800; Master Haberdashers 1785-6. Died July 22, 1800; Will [P.C.C. 603 Adderley] March 27, 1790; proved August 30, 1800.
1786, Feb. 8 (21)wWilliam Newman, CurrierFarringdon Within, 1786-1802S. 1789-90vice Kitchen
Co. Co. Farringdon Without 1779-86; Master Curriers 1782-3, 1789-90. Died September 12, 1802; Will [P.C.C. 704 Kenyon] September 11; proved September 23, 1802.
1786, June 16 (27)wGeorge Mackenzie Macauley, BowyerColeman Street, 1786-1803 [Contested Queenhithe 1784]S. 1790-1vice Peckham
Co. Co. Vintry 1774-84; Master Bowyers 1788-90. Died March 5, 1803.
1787, July 4 (17)Samuel Swain, UpholderBishopsgate, 1787-90vice Townsend
Co. Co. Bishopsgate 1784-7; Master Upholders 1787-8. Died August 30, 1790; Will [P.C.C. 440 Bishop] cod. August 26; proved September 17, 1790.
1789, Feb. 12 (Mar. 3)tJohn William Anderson, GloverAldersgate, 1789-1813S. 1791-2, M. 1797-8vice Hallifax
Created Baronet May, 1798; M.P. Okehampton 1790-1, London 1793-1806; President Christ's Hospital 1798-1813; Governor Eastland Company 1799-1813; Treasurer Honourable Artillery Company 1793-1808. Died May 21, 1813; Will [P.C.C. 280 Heathfield].
1790, Jan. 14 (Feb. 2)wHarvey Christian Combe, Brewer (fn. 39) Aldgate, 1790-1817S. 1791-2, M. 1799-1800vice Burnell
M.P. London 1796-1817 (contested 1795); Lieut.-Colonel West London Militia 1794-6; Governor Irish Society 1806-17; Master Brewers 1804-5; Prime Warden Fishmongers 1812-4. Died July 3, 1818; Will [P.C.C. 308 Cresswell].
1790, Sept. 3 (Oct. 5)t(D) (fn. 40) Richard Carr Glyn, SalterBishopsgate, 1790-1829, Bridge Without, 1829-35S. 1790-1, M. 1798-9vice Swain
Knighted November 24, 1790; created Baronet November, 1800; M.P. St. Ives 1796-1802; President Bethlem and Bridewell 1798-1833; Master Salters 1791. Died April 27, 1838; Will [P.C.C. 317 Nichol].
1793, Feb. 18 (Mar. 5)tStephen Langston, Joiner (fn. 41) Bread Street, 1793-7S. 1796-7vice Crosby
Knighted October 26, 1796; Co. Co. Bread Street 1781-93; Deputy-Governor Irish Society 1788-9; Master Haberdashers 1793-4. Died November 5, 1797; Will [P.C.C. 705 Exeter] cod. October 23; proved November 21, 1797.
1793, Apr. 10 (23)wWilliam Staines, CarpenterCripplegate, 1793-1807S. 1796-7, M. 1800-1vice Esdaile
Knighted October 26, 1796; Co. Co. Cripplegate 1783 (Deputy 1791)-93; Master Carpenters 1793-4, 1798-9. Died September 10, 1807; Will [P.C.C. 767 Lushington] February 10; proved September 25, 1807.
1795, Feb. 27 (March 10)tJohn Eamer, SalterLangbourn, 1795-1823S. 1794-5, M. 1801-2vice Sawbridge
Knighted April 15, 1795; contested Ilchester 1796; Lieut.-Colonel West London Militia 1796-1803; Colonel East London Militia 1803-20; Police Magistrate Southwark 1814-23; Master Salters 1805. Died March 29, 1823; Will [P.C.C. 406 Richards].
1795, May 21 (June 2)tWilliam Lushington, Merchant TaylorBillingsgate, 1795-9vice Sainsbury
M.P. London 1795-1802; Vice-President Honourable Artillery Company 1795-1804. Died September 11, 1823; Will [P.C.C. 558 Erskine].
1796, Oct. 19 (Nov. 8)tWilliam Herne, VintnerCastle Baynard, 1796-1802S. 1797-8vice Hopkins
Knighted January 14, 1797; Co. Co. Castle Baynard 1788-96. Died December 20, 1838; Will [P.C.C. 25 Vaughan].
1796, Dec. 19 (Jan. 3, 1797)tRobert Williams, jun., GoldsmithCornhill, 1796-1801S. 1797-8vice Pickett
M.P. Wootton Bassett 1802-7; Grampound 1808 (contested 1807); Kilkenny 1809-12: Dorchester 1812-35 (contested 1806); contested St. Albans 1809; Director E.I.C. 1809-13; Prime Warden Goldsmiths 1810-1. Died March 10, 1847.
1797, Nov. 10 (21)tCharles Hamerton, Tyler and BricklayerBread Street, 1797-1800S. 1793-4vice Langston
Co. Co. Bread Street, 1779-97. Died November 1, 1800; Will [P.C.C. 94 Adderley] July 30, 1799; proved November 18, 1800.
1798, Jan. 1 (10)tCharles Price, IronmongerFarringdon Without, 1798-1818S. 1799, M. 1802-3vice Wilkes
Created Baronet January, 1804; M.P. London 1802-12; President St. Thomas' Hospital 1810-8; Vice-President Honourable Artillery Company 1810-8 (Treasurer 1808-10); Chairman Commercial Docks Company 1810-18; President Commercial Travellers' Society 1800-18; Master Ironmongers 1798. Died July 19, 1818; Will [P.C.C. 429 Cresswell].
1798, Jan. 13 (23)tJohn Perring, ClothworkerBroad Street, 1798-1831S. 1800-1, M. 1803-4vice Clark
Created Baronet September, 1808; M.P. Romney 1806-7, Hythe 1810-20; Treasurer Honourable Artillery Company 1818-26; Police Magistrate Southwark 1830-1. Died January 30, 1831; Will [P.C.C. 106 Tebbs].
1798, Mar. 30 (April 24)t(D)Thomas Cadell, StationerWalbrook, 1798-1802S. 1800-1vice Gill
Master Stationers 1798-9. Died December 27, 1802 (fn. 42) ; Will [P.C.C. 342 Marriott] cod. June 15, 1802; proved April 22, 1803.
1798, Apr. 12 (24)tPeter Perchard, (fn. 43) GoldsmithCandlewick, 1798-1806S. 1793-4, M. 1804-5vice Wright
Co. Co. Candlewick 1777-98; President St. Bartholomew's Hospital 1804-6; Prime Warden Goldsmiths 1786-7. Died January 21, 1806; Will [P.C.C. 414 Pitt] September 10, 1800; proved May 13, 1806.
1798, June 25 (July 10)w(D) (fn. 44) George Hibbert, ClothworkerBridge, 1798-1803[Elected S. 1806]vice Sanderson
F.R.S. May, 1811; M.P. Seaford 1806-12: President London Institution 1827-35; Chairman West India Docks 1802, 1811, 1816; Agent for Jamaica 1816-31. Died October 8, 1837; Will [P.C.C. 27 Nicholl].
1798, Sept. 19 (28)t(D) (fn. 45) James Shaw, ScrivenerPortsoken, 1798-1831S. 1803-4, M. 1805-6vice Hammett
Created Baronet September, 1809; City Chamberlain 1831-43; M.P. London 1806-18; President St. Bartholomew's Hospital 1806-31; President Honourable Artillery Company 1829-43 (Treasurer 1810-18, Vice-President 1818-29). Died October 22, 1843.
1799, June 1 (18)William Champion, GrocerBillingsgate, 1799S. 1798-9vice Lushington
Co. Co. Queenhithe 1780-99. Died August 9, 1799; adm. August 27, 1799.
1799, Aug. 14 (Sept. 24)wWilliam Leighton, Wheelwright, translated to Fishmongers Sept. 28, 1803Billingsgate, 1799-1821 [Contested June, 1799]S. 1803-4, M. 1806-7vice Champion
Knighted May 21, 1800. Died April 22, 1826; Will [P.C.C. 276 Swabey].
1800, Nov. 5 (18)tJohn Ansley, Merchant TaylorBread Street, 1800-35, Bridge Without, 1835S. 1805-6, M. 1807-8vice Hamerton
Police Magistrate Southwark 1830-5. Died September 23, 1845; adm. September, 1846.

Footnotes

1 This is the correct orthography: 'Jefferies,' the form adopted in Vol. I., pp. 185, 303, 304, 340, is that given in Chamberlayne's Angliæ Notitia and contemporary newspapers.
2 . The dates of Garrard's succession to the Baronetcy, of his election as Alderman and of his death, as given in D.N.B., are all given according to the obsolete Civil computation; those of his elections as Sheriff and President of Bridewell are altogether wrong; so also (by nine years) is that of his Mastership of the Grocers. His ancestor, the first Baronet, was not, as stated in D.N.B., the Lord Mayor of the same name. His first election to Parliament is not recorded; a purely imaginary one in 1707 is apparently inserted by way of compensation for the omission.
3 . The dates of election to Bridge Without and as M.P. for the City (first time), and for Helston, are all given according to the obsolete Civil computation, whilst that of his death is correct according to the modern system of dating. The identification of Heathcote with his namesake, who was the object of Catherine Macaulay's praise and Horace Walpole's denunciation, is grotesquely wide of the mark, the person referred to being his nephew, Alderman George Heathcote, who, unlike his uncle, was a strenuous anti-Walpolean.
4 . D.N.B. dates his death according to the obsolete system of computation.
5 . This spelling is in accordance with the Alderman's autograph, which I had not seen when the earlier portion of Vol. I. was printed in which the name is spelled as usually found ('Humphreys').
6 . He was originally a Whig and was one of the candidates of that party for the City in 1710, but generally voted with the Tories after 1713.
7 . Ward had been one of the Tory candidates for the City at the election of 1708, but he rejoined the Whigs, with whom he had been originally connected, very soon after his return on that occasion. His Mayoralty is completely misdated in the D.N.B.'s article on his uncle, Sir Patience Ward.
8 . The D.N.B. article gives the date of his election as Alderman according to the obsolete civil computation, and thereby makes it appear that he was an Alderman before he was M.P., whereas the reverse is the fact.
9 . The D.N.B. article dates the translation of Parsons to the Grocers' Company as 'upon his election as Lord Mayor,' whereas it took place more than five years earlier. The year of his contest for Reigate is quite unintelligibly expressed: I have no idea which year the writer means, except that it is obviously not the right one. 'Viscount Avalon' is not a correct description of anybody who ever existed; presumably 'Viscount Mordaunt of Avalon' is meant. (It would be quite incorrect to speak of Lord James of Hereford as 'Lord Hereford' or Viscount Kitchener of Khartoum as 'Viscount Khartoum.') The printer is probably responsible for the date, uncorrected in the new issue, which puts his marriage half a century before his birth. There can be no possible doubt as to the identity of his father-in-law, whom the writer describes as 'Sir Ambrose Crowley, or Crawley'; he was the Alderman of Dowgate 1711-3, recorded on p. 122 ante.
10 . The article in D.N.B. as revised in the new issue is accurate, but the date of admission to freedom appears to be according to the old system of computation.
11 . The omission of Barber's name from the D.N.B. is surprising: he was a better known man in his day than many who are commemorated in its pages.
12 . In his later years, Williams, who had been a prominent Tory and the champion of that party in opposition to Sir E. Bellamy in the great contest for the Shrievalty in 1724, voted with the Walpolean Whigs in the Court of Aldermen in the struggles for the Mayoralty in 1740 and 1741.
13 . Those marked thus were nominally Whigs, but prominent anti-Walpoleans in alliance with the Tories.
14 . There are several errors in the original article in D.N.B., one of which is corrected with singular lack of perspicacity in the later issue. The date of retirement from the Court of Aldermen originally appears as 1750; in correcting this to 1758 all the words relating to his transfer to Bridge Without are omitted, thereby making the following sentence pure nonsense. No such person as 'Alderman Sir Thomas Hankey,' who is said to have married Barnard's elder daughter, ever existed; the marriage of the younger daughter is wrongly given in the original edition, but correctly in the later one. The D.N.B. does not name either of his Livery Companies.
15 . The article on Lombe in D.N.B. omits the date of his election as Alderman.
16 . See Vol. I., p. 333.
17 . There is a short notice of Hoare in the D.N.B. appended to that of his grandfather, the Lord Mayor of 1712-3.
18 . See Vol. I., p. 79, note B.
19 . Not April 22 as printed in Vol. I., page 214.
20 . The article on Gascoyne in D.N.B. has the rare distinction amongst those on London Aldermen of being free from errors in the notice of its subject; but there is a slight mistake of date in the record of the Parliamentary services of his eldest son, who ceased to be M.P. for Midhurst in 1768 (not 1770).
21 . The author of the article in D.N.B. writes of a re-election to the Vice-Presidency of the Honourable Artillery Company as if it were the original election (which took place three years earlier).
22 I have wrongly assigned Dickinson to the Whigs in my Notes on Aldermanic M.P.'s (Vol. I., page 307).
23 . In the original edition of D.N.B. the election for the City at which Fludyer was an unsuccessful candidate is misdated.
24 . The original account in D.N.B. of the contest for the Mayoralty in 1769 betrays entire misapprehension of the facts and grotesque ignorance of the method of procedure on such occasions, and the amended version in the new issue shows inability to grasp fully the purport of the corrections supplied. The statement that Wilkes was an Alderman at the time of the publication of the 'North Briton' would astonish a schoolboy of moderate historical attainments. Alderman Townsend's name is misspelled: 'Trevethick' is a misprint for 'Trecothick.'
25 . The statement in D.N.B. that Harley was the first Lord Mayor of London since Walworth, who was a Privy Councillor, is not correct, nor did his election as Alderman precede, as the article implies, his return to Parliament and his admission to the freedom of the Goldsmiths.
26 . Some inaccuracles in the article on Crosby in original edition of D.N.B. are corrected in the revised issue.
27 . The date of knighthood suggested in D.N.B. is completely wrong. He was not, as the text implies, Sheriff at the date of the entertainment given to the King of Denmark. There is no reference to his electoral contests at Coventry. (Hallifax, though a moderate Whig in general politics, supported the Court in civic matters during the later period of the Wilkes agitation).
28 . The excellent article on Wilkes in D.N.B. (one of the best in the whole Dictionary), has one slight inaccuracy in giving the date of his election as Chamberlain as December, 1779. The poll closed on November 29. Wilkes' Livery Company is not recorded, nor are his four unsuccessful candidatures for the Chamberlainship against his predecessor noticed.
29 . The omission of Townsend's name from the D.N.B. biographies is quite indefensible, having regard to the many less important and comparatively undistinguished personages who have been admitted.
30 . The D.N.B. ante-dates Sawbridge's Shrievalty by a year; hence the amazing blunder of saying that 'during his (Sawbridge's) Shrievalty he five times returned Wilkes as duly elected for Middlesex.' Sawbridge was not Sheriff at the period of Wilkes' Middlesex elections, nor was he in any official way concerned in them; moreover, there were only four (not five) such elections in 1768-9, and only three of these in the course of a single Shrievalty. Sawbridge's defeat in the City election of 1780, and his unsuccessful candidature for the Mayoralty in 1773, are both ignored. Alderman Townsend's name is (as usual) mis-spelled.
31 . The D.N.B. writer of the article on Oliver thinks it worth while to record his election as 'General' of the Honourable Artillery Company. This was a temporary and purely ornamental post conferred at that time annually on two Aldermen In strict rotation, and was held by almost (or quite) all the Aldermen whose lives are written in D.N.B. for the period 1710-1780, but in no other article is the fact recorded, nor have I included such elections in my notes on individual Aldermen. The biographer clearly had not the least idea of the nature of the office.
32 . Both Bull and Lewes were sufficiently notable personages to warrant their inclusion in D.N.B., in which, however, they are not accorded a place. Lewes, though a Whig, was a supporter of Pitt's administration later.
33 . The original edition of D.N.B. is incorrect in making Clark 'President of Bridewell'; he never held that office; he was not an alderman at the date given, and only aldermen were then deemed eligible for the Presidency.
34 . Turner (like Wilkes, Lewes and Townsend), though a Whig, was a strong opponent of the Coalition of 1783 and supported Pitt.
35 . Boydell is the subject of an excellent article in D.N.B.
36 . I have marked Watson t inasmuch as though he originally called himself a Whig (as did Pitt himself) he was a staunch adherent of Pitt throughout his administration. D.N.B. misdates both his election as Alderman and that as Sheriff, and ignores altogether his first election for the City of London.
37 . D.N.B. contains a short notice of Le Mesurier appended to the biography of his brother, Havilland le Mesurier. The article gives no indication of the date at which he retired from Parliament.
38 . The D.N.B. article misdates his appointment as Colonel of the Honourable Artillery Company and speaks of his being 'elected at the bottom of the poll' in 1806— a singularly dubious expression.
39 . Also Fishmonger.
40 . The description of Glyn's maternal grandfather in the D.N.B. article is incorrect; he was himself the soi-disant Baronet, not (as stated) a brother bearing the same Christian name (see G.E.C. Complete Baronetage, Vol. II., p. 429).
41 Also Haberdasher.
42 . This date (which is also given in the singularly accurate article in D.N.B.) is quite correct. Rivington (Records of the Stationers' Company) and Arber's transcript of the Company's Registers give an erroneous date.
43 D.N.B. in recording the marriage of his daughter to the nephew of Alderman Le Mesurier prints his name as Pochard.
44 . The D.N.B. does not name his ward or record his change of politics in later life.
45 . D.N.B. ignores his connexion with St. Bartholomew's Hospital and with the Honourable Artillery Company, though the former was continuous for 25 years, and the latter for 33 years.