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Appendix: Occupiers of houses described

Pages 131-137

Survey of London: Volume 18, St Martin-in-The-Fields II: the Strand. Originally published by London County Council, London, 1937.

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APPENDIX B

Occupiers of houses described in this volume from the time of their erection until 1800, as shown in the ratebooks.

In most cases the Poor Rate books have been used, but, where necessary, supplementary information has been derived from the Overseers Accounts, Highway Rates, etc.

Craven Street

No. 11
1732–55 Sarah Jones
1756–88 Baron Jno. Newman (fn. n1)
1790 — Withy
1792 Eliz. Pollard
1793–1803 Robt. Withy, attorney
No. 12
1732–33 Rupert Waring
1734 Mary Waring
1735 Anne Phillips
1736–37 Elizabeth Neville
1738–82 Andrew Rickard
1783 — Simms
1784–88 John Gossart (fn. n2)
1789–1800 Margt. Montgomery
No. 13
1732–38 Isaac Claws
1739–47 Thomas Withers
1748–49 — Townshend
1750–57 Philip Doughty
1758–62 John Priestman
1765 Thomas Williams
1766–67 Revd. Mr. Agar
1769–84 William Smith
1785–91 Abraham Smith
1792–98 Ann Smith
1799–1800 Jos. Rickman, Junr.
No. 14
1732–52 Alex. Campbell
1753–62 Susannah Le Court
1765–69 Mary Nunn
1771–72 — Williams
1773–74 Richard Ripley
1775–78 Thomas Proudlove
1779–1802 Dennis O'Bryen
No. 15
1731–34 James Robinson
1735–52 Wm. Gordon
1753–54 Gaven Cuming
1755–67 John Mill
1769–84 Peter Triquet
1785–99 Rd. Headington
1800 Jno. Williamson
No. 25
1793–97 Jno. Lucie Blackman
1798–1808 Sir Edmund Neagle
No. 26
1795–96 Benj. Cumberbach
1796–98 Richard Lane
1799–1800 George Spane
No. 27
1793–95 Thos. Barron
1796–97 — Holloway
1798–1800 Joseph Read
No. 28
1796–98 — Price
1799–1802 Sarah Barnard
No. 29
1793–95 Wm. Watson
1796–97 Wm. Summers
1798–1815 Philip Antrobus
No. 30
1794–98 Mrs. Sush. Courtney
1799–1802 Geo. Snowden
No. 31
1737–38 James Wilkie
1739–41 Edward, Lord Weymouth
1741 Roger Nicholls (Nicholas)
1741 Dr. John Tennant
1742–45 Mary Freeman
1746–52 Jane Rudkin
1753–55 Elizabeth Free
1756 Robert Taylor
1758–61 Benjamin Maisoneave (burnt)
1765 Wm. Donaldson
1766–90 Jas. Anderson
1792–93 — Johnson
1794–97 Chas. Owen
1798–1815 John Smith
No. 32
1732–36 Townsend Andrews
1739–41 Joseph Jekyll
1743–45 Sir Wm. Gage
1746 — Cook
1747–49 David Deas
1750–87 George McComins (fn. n3)
1790–94 John Rands
1795–1802 Mrs. Dorothy Rands
No. 33
1731–39 Jane Anderson
1741–56 Lord Weymouth
1757–58 John Breadon
1759–62 Mark Akenside
1765–66 Ralph Izard
1767 — Christie (fn. n4)
1769–72 John Reddick
1773–74 Letitia Winstanley
1775–81 Admiral Lord Shouldam
1782–97 Phillip Antrobus
1800 Robert Lynn
No. 34
1732–33 Charles Sheilds
1734–38 James Adams
1740–47 Margaret Taylor
1748–51 Richard Dorrell
1752–54 Frances Dorrell
1755 Mary Halcot
1756–61 Thomas Halcot
1762–71 Thomas Hurst
1772–73 Charles Holland
1774–75 Ann Jones
1776 Thomas Spencer
1777 — Claremont
1778–79 Annesley Shee
1781–96 Jno. Claridge
1797–98 Jno. Matthews
1799–1800 Sarah Anglin
No. 35
1732–45 John Joliffe
1746–50 John Gough
1751 — Masterman, Esq.
1752 Rachel Gough
1754–61 Alexander McPherson
1765–87 Dr. John Leake
1790–91 Ann Harris
1793–1800 Wm. Payler
No. 36
1731–39 Mary Slater
1740–47 William Head
1748–72 Margaret Stephenson
1773–74 William Hewson
1775–78 Magnus Falkner
1779–86 Philip Supple
1787–88 Thos. Bish
1789–98 Edward Strachan
1799–1800 Captain Holmes
No. 37
1731–36 John Tickle
1737 — Jepson Widow
1738–57 Eliz. Neville
1758–61 Lucy Mynors
1762–77 Joseph Mayo
1778–1803 John Barker
No. 38
1741–44 Daniel Pravereau
1745–49 — Prevereau
1750–51 Mary Ruck
1752–54 James Gambier
1755–60 Alexander Murray
1761–62 Brown & Whitford
1765–90 Thos. Brown and Co.
1791–95 Mary Sheen
1796–98 Wm. Cobbell
1799–1800 Mary Day
No. 39
1732–41 Mary Taylor
1742–67 Jones (James) Raymond
1769–74 James Warren
1775–80 Joseph Bond
1781–88 Margt. Montgomery
1789–90 Stephen Peter Triquet
1792–1813 Geo. Byfield
No. 40
1731–37 Capt. Timothy Lafitte
1738–59 Louisa Lafitte
1760–80 Wm. Rowles
1781–83 Mary Rowles
1784 James Franklin
1785–86 Sarah Naylor
1787–88 Edward Bailey
1789–1802 Wm. Payler
No. 41
1731–49 James Swift
1750–69 Mary Swift
1771–75 John Craven
1776 John Davis
1777–78 William Davis
1779–83 Samuel Sneyd
1784–87 Ebenezer Whitting
1788–94 John Laverick
1795–1800 Wm. Payler
No. 42
1731–35 James Hayes
1736–40 Ann Mitchell
1741–44 James Hay
1745–50 Emanuel Hay
1751–60 Thos. Wilson
1762 John Macnamara
1765–69 Sarah Henderson
1771–72 Thos. Bullard
1773–77 Col. Gore
1778–79 William Eaton
1780 Thos. Eaton
1782–90 Richard Chambers (Chalmers)
1791–92 Thos. Hay
1796–1816 John Reeves
No. 43
1731–59 John Holland
1760 Chas. Ferne
1761 Richard Rudiard
1766–68 Mrs. Reddick
1769–80 Thos. Williams
1781–82 Ann Roberts
1783–89 Thos. Williams
1790–96 Thos. King
1799 — Thurban
1800–57 Wm. Fynmore
No. 44
1731–59 Chas. Lowndes
1761–67 Alex Macpherson
1769–89 Jonathan Michie
1790–1804 Rich. Chalmers
No. 45
1731–48 Charles Staples
1749–68 Peter Triquet
1771–84 Mary Bignall
1785 Daniel King
1786–89 Mary Cook
1790 Chas. Ross
1791–92 Rd. Wroughton
1792–95 Theodore Allen and Co.
1795–96 Samuel Wood
1797–1801 Jos. Stephenson
Craven Hotel

Villiers Street

No. 32
1676–98 Thos. Douglas
1699–1701 Oliver Carter
1702–11 Thomas Edwards
1712–17 Elizabeth Jenkins
1718–28 Richard Prout
1729–30 James Whiteman
1731–32 Thos. Lane
1733–34 Jane Hill
1735 Stephen Emmitt
1736–38 Thos. Wharton
1739 Wm. Lea
1740–55 Josiah Hulley
1756–67 Thos. Devenish
1768–1805 Messrs. Devenish (fn. n5)
No. 33
1678–98 John Bridgett (Budgett)
1697–1706 Thomas Davenport
1707–11 Edward Holmes
1712–15 Widow Holmes
1716–30 Bernard Ross
1731–45 Robert Ogilvie
1746–62 Thos. Nightingale
1763–73 Thos. Devenish
1774 Thos. Sewell
1775–76 Thos. Lupton
1777–80 Mary Phipps
1781–83 — Obryan
1784–1805 Messrs. Devenish
No. 34
1675–77 Jane Merry (Morey)
1678–85 Evan Merry
1686–87 Johanna Merry
1688–93 Gilbert Richardson
1694 Thomas Hall
1695 Widow Hall
1696 Thomas Pullen
1697–1707 William Pullen
1708–09 Henry Webb
1710–11 Tim Maccarty
1712–13 Alexr. Laforte
1714 Wd. Laforte
1715–16 Henry Knight
1717–19 Wm. Collett
1720–26 Geo. Hayman
1727 Wm. Smith
1728–34 Jas. Watkins
1735–36 Joseph Marples
1737 Jno. Thornburgh
1750 Sarah Carey
1751–52 Eliz. Limeburner
1753–70 Tho. Godber
1771–72 Wm. Gorney
1773 Chas. Hanston
1774–76 John Cass
1777 Thos. Lupton
1778–79 — King
1780–83 — Gage
1784–1805 Messrs. Devenish

Duke Street

No. 2
1678–81 Edward Christian
1682 Esq. Hall
1683 Earl of Kildare
1684–89 Geo. Porter
1690–1707 Ric. Campion
1708–25 Widow Campion
1726–27 Francis Geminiani
1733–49 Brigadier (afterwards General) Barrell
1750–56 Mathew Creighton
1759–62 Griffith Phillips
1766–71 Dr. Guy
1772–75 Geo. Forbes
1776 Charlotte M. Adams
1777–78 John Ray
1782–83 Charlotte M. Adams
1784 — Joyce
1785–89 Albert Innes
1790–1802 Thos. Horne
No. 3
1678–89 Lord Lyonbergh
1690 Admiralty Office
1691–96 John Reynolds
1691–99 Hugh Jones
1697–98 John Cales
1699–1700 John Hills (Wine Cellar)
1700 — Hamilton
1701–06 Madam Hambleton
1704–09 Madam Thompson
1710–11 Mr. Dromell
1712–15 Jacob Duhamill
1716–41 Charles White (Le Blanc)
1742–55 Jas. Solierol
1756–71 Geo. Forbes
1772 Mrs. Browne
1773–80 — Brown
1781–83 — Straton
1784–89 Mrs. Charlotte Simpson
1790–92 Robt. Macdonnell
1794–96 Geo. Ross
1797–1820 Chas. Smith
No. 4
1676–88 Thos. Field
1689–92 Wm. Durden
1693–95 John Chaigneau
1697–98 Mr. Reeves
1699–1701 Capt. Pickering
1702–04 Mrs. Allworth
1704–11 Humphrey Wanley
1711–15 Col. Wakelin
1716 Benj. Webb.
1717–19 Geo. Weebikin
1720–21 Sir Patrick Johnson
1722 Mrs. Jones
1723–36 John Wacklin
1737–38 George Floyd
1739–45 Widow Floyd
1746–49 Widow Forbes
1750–55 Geo. Forbes
1756–71 Wm. Ashberner
1772–90 Phillis Bushell
1791–1816 George Goldwire

Buckingham Street

No. 8
1676–1709 Philip Mussard
1710–25 Thos. Nobbs
1726–28 Susannah Bentley
1729–53 Richard Prout
1753–55 Mary King
1756–59 Andrew Blake
1761–64 Wm. Kemp
1765 — Ireland
1766–68 John Hill
1769–80 Chas. Brietzcke
1781–98 Ann Russell
1799–1804 Mrs. Carr
No. 9
1678–79 Countess of Newburgh
1680–93 Thomas Sutton
1694–96 Hannah Rowles (Rolls)
1697–98 William Higgs
1699–1716 John Baker
1717–22 Henry Herne
1723–24 Stephen Scott
1725–27 Alexander Abercromby
1729–41 Isaac Lecam
1744–54 Dr. John Thos. Batt
1755–57 Margaret Woffington
1758–60 William Murray
1761–62 — Porter
1763–64 — Key
1765–75 Mary Adams
1776–77 William Forbes
1778 James Elphinston
1779–86 John Henderson
1788–98 Elizabeth Hudson
1799–1801 Martha Chisam
No. 10
1678–99 Thomas Fraizer
1700–05 Wm. MacDuggal
1706–09 Capt. John Mann
1710–28 Wm. Elliott
1730–34 Christopher Pembrook
1735–43 Widow Pembroke
1744–45 William Keagy
1746–48 Dr. Geekie
1749–55 Major (Col.) Whitmore
1757–62 Richard Adams
1763–64 Mary Adams
1765–67 Charlotte Adams
1768–69 Alexander Nisbet
1771–72 Hon. Montagu Adams
1773–80 Charlotte M. Adams
1781–84 Robert Holloway
1785–87 Charlotte M. Adams
1788–89 Commrs. of African Claims
1791–98 Elizabeth Hudson
1799–1803 Robert Orford
No. 11
1676–79 Robert Nott
1680–84 Wardrobe
1685–89 Earl of Ailesbury
1690–94 Robert Nott
1695–1704 Charles Bland
1705–07 Elias De Rite (Derritt)
1708 Thos. Dummer
1709–12 Wardrobe
1713–17 Thos. Dummer
1718–22 John Dummer
1723 Thos. Dummer
1725–28 M. Le Coy
1729–31 Baron Hoppeman
1732–33 Robert Jackman (Jacomb)
1734–41 Elizabeth Hanger
1743–65 Archibald Stuart
1766–87 John Stuart
1788–1817 Archibald Paxton
No. 12
1677–84 Wm. Hewer (Ewer)
1685–87 Samuel Pepys
1688–89 Wm. Hewer
1690 — Mountagu
1694 Chas. Blunt
1695–98 John Blount
1700 Commrs. for Army Accounts
1701–04 The Countess of Falconbridge
1705–10 Sir Thos. Pelham (Lord Pelham)
1711–16 John Jefferys
1717–22 Walter Carey
1723–31 Salt Office
1733 — Jackson
1735–41 Lady Anne Jackson
1742–54 Heathcote and Millor
1755–63 William Millor
1764–1817 John Hetherington
No. 13
1677–79 Thos. Dearham
1680–81 Lady Kilmurray
1682 Esqr. Parry
1683–87 Sir Robert Reading (burnt)
1688–91 Tho. Thoroton
1693 James Ridges
1697–98 Dr. Wm. Coward
1699–1727 Dr. Wallwood (Willard)
1728–30 John George
1731–39 William Jones
1740–61 Sir Simeon Steward
1762–64 — Cormack
1765–68 Mary Macormick
1768 Jane Wilkinson
1769–81 John Leslie
1783–88 James Chalmers
1790–1800 Robert Cannon
No. 14
1680–82 Earl of Dorset
1683 Esqr. Hall
1684–85 Lord Willoughby (burnt)
1688–1701 Samuel Pepys
1702–14 Robert Harley (Earl of Oxford)
1715–16 Lord Torrington
1717–22 Lord Litchfield
1723–25 Govr. Harrison
1726 Hon. Edward Harrison
1727 Richard Binion
1732–88 Salt Office
1793 (Rebuilt and let in chambers)
No. 15
1678–93 Capt. Philip Doughty
1694 Madam Hatchett
1695 Lady Hacker
1697–98 Philip Doughty
1699 Madam Hatcher
1700 Philip Doughty
1704–10 Prize Office
1713–14 Sqr. Archer
1715 Mr. Gaskin
1716 Capt. Evens
1717–28 Sir John Colbatch
1729–39 Lady Colbatch
1740–63 Sir Philip Boteler (Butler)
1764–74 William Davis
1775–96 Thos. Powell
1797–1802 Richard Marvell
No. 17
1677–88 Mr. Richard Wheeler
1698–1704 William Buckhurst
1705–21 Mr. (Sir) Robert Breedon
1723–24 Samuel Breedon
1725 Breedon Widow
1726–34 Capt. Molesworth
1735–36 Mrs. Brown
1737 Jacob Nunez
1738 Sr. George Wynne
1739–41 James Adams
1742 Samuel Howard
1745–47 John Walsingham (Walkinstoe)
1748–49 Fitzaccerly
1750 Elizabeth Palmer
1751–57 James Theobald
1758–69 James Theobald Junr.
1771–73 Henry Lyte
1774–78 Dr. Russell
1780–99 Henry Arnott
No. 18
1677–99 Walter Brydall
1700–05 John Hay
1706 Elizabeth Hay
1707–09 Jane Hay
1710 John Hayes
1711–22 Widow Hayes
1723–25 Dr. Bayley (Bale)
1726–36 John Wright
1737–71 Catherine Cholmeley
1772–73 Wm. Ashburne
1774–81 Wm. Thomas
1782–1804 John Leslie
No. 19
(formerly two houses)
1795 "Burnt down"
1798–1800 Peter Bogue "chambers"
No. 20
1676–77 Sir Ralph Banks
1678–80 George Pinckney
1681–82 Widow Pinckney
1683–86 Joseph White
1687–96 Nathaniel Hopper
1697 Guy Nicholson
1698–1705 Robert Billing
1706–10 Humphrey Wallcott
1711–13 Edmund Marsdale (Marsden)
1715–16 Mr. Baxter
1717–23 William Gore (Gow)
1724–37 John Bradshaw
1738–50 Timothy Wright
1751–52 Wright Widow
1753–74 William Thomas
1775–85 Jonathan Cook
1786 — Learmouth
1787 Mary Stanhope
1789–1800 Ben. Beaumont
No. 21
1676–80 Ferdinando Burleigh
1681–88 Henry Barnes
1689–94 Elizabeth Barnes
1695–1700 John Hill
1701–09 Thos. Nobbs
1710–49 Christopher Nobbs
1750–56 Edward Davis
1757 — Gladdon
1758 Davis Widow
1759 Thos. Gilbert
1760–63 Anne Davies
1764–69 William Robinson
1771–72 Francis Dynham
1773–79 Henry Arnott
1780–85 Jane Clark
1786–1800 Geo. Goldwire

York Buildings

No. 6
1676–84 Michael Best
1685–97 Mary Best
1698–1725 Edward Noble
1726–41 Ann Noble
1742–60 Herbert Lawrence
1761–80 Robert Anderson
1781–83 T. S. Gazely
1784–99 Jane Moore
1800–07 Eliz. Kohler
No. 7
1676–80 Chas. Farrandine
1681–84 Mrs. Ridges
1685–94 Anth: Farringdon
1695–97 James Devereux
1698–1705 George Devereux
1706–16 James Devereux
1717–33 Widow (Mary) Devereux
1736 John Laguerre
1737–43 Mary Shuckforth
1745–51 Mary Belgrave
1752–53 Mrs. Williamson
1754–55 Wm. Mitchell
1756–69 Eliz. Harper
1771–73 Dr. John Hamilton Smith
1774–80 — Browne
1781–83 — Mitchell
1784 — Sheroast
1785–96 Chas. Mackie
1797–1805 Wm. Bryceson
No. 9
1678–1704 Fras. Kinsman
1705–07 Rich. Drury
1708–12 Colonell Carter
1713 Mrs. Thatton
1714–26 Thos. Wilson (Wilkinson)
1726–31 Robt. Hale
1732–38 Thos. Penning
1739–40 Samuel Saxton
1740–42 Penelope Gray
1743–82 John Fotherby
1783–84 Alexander Millor
1785–92 Dorothy Bendy
1794 — Lodge
1795–98 Edward Dann
1800–02 Wm. Poole
No. 10
1676–80 John Thompson
1681 Mrs. Smith
1682–93 John Barnes
1694–98 Alice (Ann) Barnes
1699–1704 Mrs. Mitchell
1705–12 Capt. Whaley
1713–17 John Wood
1718–31 Barbara Butler
1732–39 Mary Fisher
1740–41 Thos. Ogilvie
1742–45 Dr. Alex. Gordon
1746–49 John Geo. Cox
1750–56 John Cross
1767–78 Mathias Dawes
1779–85 John O. Jones
1786–87 Margt. Rose
1788 T. and T. Simpson
1789–90 Wm. Strange
1791–94 Wm. Baynham
1796 John Nichols
1797–98 E. Jones
1799 Peter Hoare
1800–02 Benj. Babage

Adelphi Terrace

No. 1a
1771–1806 Dr. Turton
No. 1
1773 John Hind Cotton
1774–84 Hart Cotton
1790–92 Thos. Scrivens
1793–1801 Sir John Mitford
No. 2
1772–73 Ambrose Lynch Gilbert
1775–85 Ralph Carr
1786–95 Stephen John Sewell
1796–1802 Walter Cleland
No. 3
1772–76 Hon. Topham Beauclerk
1777–84 John Henderson
1785–98 David Godfrey
1799–1809 Chas. and Wm. Minier
No. 4
1772–77 Robert Adam
1778 Robert and James Adam
1779–81 James Graham
1782–89 James Jackson
1790–97 John Henderson
1798–1807 Brook Watson
No. 5
1773–78 David Garrick
1779–1822 Mrs. Garrick
No. 6
1775–84 Henry Hare
1785–1803 John Thos. Batt
No. 7
1775–81 Sir Thomas Mills
1782–1806 John Cator
No. 8
1776 Sir Edward Dering
1777 Edward Bearcroft
1778–84 — McDonald
1785–93 Archibald McDonald
1794–1820 Dr. Monro
No. 9
1778–81 Sir John Skinner
1785 Alex. Lee
1787–93 Fras. Plowden
1794–96 T. Brent
1798–1812 Sir John Wm. Anderson
No. 10
1774–81 Earl of Effingham
1784–85 Richard C. Hoare
1794–97 Turkish Ambassador

Robert Street

No. 1
1776–99 Naville (Chambers)
No. 2
(Chambers)
No. 3
1778–85 Robert Adam
1786–1800 Duncan Campbell
No. 5
1776–77 Hon. and Rev. Mr. Cholmondeley
1778–80 Dr. Smith
1784–85 John Henderson
1786–88 Christopher Henderson
1789–97 Rd. Griffiths
1798–99 — Bland
1800 — Edmunds
No. 6
(afterwards No. 12, John Street)
1775–82 William Adam
1785 Sir H. Mackworth
1786–88 Andrew Gray
1789–1800 Jane Urquhart

John Street

No. 1
1772–81 Thos. Arthington
1782 Osborn's Hotel
No. 2
1774–83 Lady Simson
1784 Osborn's Hotel
No. 3
1774–79 Anthony Zucchi
1780 Osborn's Hotel
No. 4
1776–82 John Reynolds
1783–93 Richard Harborn
1794–1808 Andrew Laurie
No. 5
1776–82 John Cator
1785 A. Blair
1786–94 Henry St. John Neale
1795–1814 James Carden
No. 6
1776–81 Geo. Crossley
1782–85 John Crossley
1786–95 Geo. Crossley
1796–98 Wm. Ralph
1799– — Sheffield
No. 7
1776–79 Doctor Scott
1782– — Nott
1785–87 Wm. Rice
1789 Chas. Gymer
1790 — Huff
1791–93 Mr. Brown
1794–98 Jonathan Patten
1799– — Sheffield
No. 8
1776–81 Doctor Stack
1782–97 John D'Aigremont
1798–1802 Lydia D'Aigremont
No. 9
1775–97 John D'Aigremont
1798–1802 Lydia D'Aigremont
No. 10
1776–83 Abram Pradoe
1785 Wm. Bulcock
1786–97 Fras. Stephens
1798 Wm. Collins
1799 Richard Birt
1800 — Powis
No. 13
1776–81 John Willaume
1779–90 Robert C. Brownell (or tenant)
1782 Samuel Dunn
1792–94 — Dunn
1783–87 Joseph Hodges
1788–90 Dr. Melville
1791–1800 William Willaume
No. 14
1779–90 James Rowles
1791– (Chambers)
No. 17 (formerly No. 11)
1790–1813 Thos. Brown

Adam Street

No. 1
1771–75 William Gunthorp
1777–78 George Harding
1779–87 George Hesse
1789–1803 Thos. Williams
No. 2
1771–82 John Arnold
1783–87 George Hesse
1789–1803 Thos. Williams
No. 3
1771–72 Margaret Tomlinson
1774–75 — Sterenberg
1776–77 John Meynell
1778 Wriothesley Digby
1779 Thos. Crawford
1780–84 Elizabeth Standerd
1785–87 Thos. Standerd (Standert)
1788–95 Elizabeth Hanson
1796–1802 Surgeon M. Maitland
No. 4
1772–80 Baruh Lousada
1781–87 Arthur Cayley
1791–92 Henry Shiers
1795–96 — Hitchcock
No. 5
1771–73 James Dunlop
1774–75 Sir Edward Baynton
1776–78 Mary Adams
1782–93 Peter Campbell
1794–1804 Patrick Campbell
No. 6
1771–73 William Adam
1774–75 John Piggot and James Purvis
1776–80 Dr. Wilson
1783 Hannah Robinson
1784 — Willson
1785–90 John Wilkinson
1791–96 Robert Bland
1797 — Evans
1801 John Burke
No. 7
1772–73 Adam Wood
1774–76 David Adamson
1777 Morris Nagle O'Keefe
1778–82 William Raie
1783 Dr. Compton
1784–87 Edmund Antrobus
1789–1801 Peter Wells
No. 8
1771–72 Wm. Allen
1773 Richard Prendergast
1774–78 Robert Bland
1779–82 John Ahmuty
1783–84 — Errington, Esq.
1785–87 Wm. Osborn
1788–93 Sir Richard Arkwright
1794–96 — Osborn Junr.
1797–1800 — Bourne
No. 9
1772–77 Mary Jones
1778–93 Mary Adams
1794–95 — Edmundson
1796 — Gilliam
1797–1814 R. Longden
No. 10
1777–79 — Adamson
1780–82 Anne Aubery
1783–93 Wm. Walker
1794–96 — Taylor
1797–1802 Matthew Beachcroft
No. 11
1774–77 Anne Boyce
1778–99 Samuel Bates
No. 16
1772–74 Alexander Wilson
1775–77 — Perkins
1778–80 Francis Atkinson
1781–84 Charles Ross
1785–1813 George Rew
No. 17
1771–83 Messrs. Adam for Water Tower
1783–1802 John Mills (Waterhouse)
No. 19
1772–75 William Osborn(e)
1776–82 James West
1784 — West
1785–1804 William Osborn(e)

Footnotes

  • n1. The Paving Rate book for 1790 has a note that Newman was bankrupt.
  • n2. Gossart is described as a silversmith in the Polling List for 1788.
  • n3. "George McCummin" of Craven Street is entered on the 1788 Polling List as a "taylor."
  • n4. "Cabinetmaker near Oxford Market."
  • n5. This was a firm of "upholders" (i.e. dealers in second-hand goods) and auctioneers. Messrs. Devenish occupied Nos. 32, 33 and 34 in 1784–1805.