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Civil List Debt: Army Debt, Horse Guards Works

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Calendar of Treasury Books, Volume 17, 1702. Originally published by His Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1939.

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Army Debt, Horse Guards Works

Ibid.,p. 101. Works done at the Horse Guards.
an accompt of what is due to each particular person employed in the said works for the respective times from 1 July 1692–3 to 8 March 1701–2; as also for work done at Windsor Castle to the Guard Rooms and Earl of Romney's lodgings there in November 1697: as certified by the Earl of Ranelagh 20 Feb. 1710–11.
From 1 July 1692–3 to 31 March 1696.
£ s. d.
Thomas Hill, mason 22 8
William Wheatley, carpenter 396 6 10
Henry Hartwell, bricklayer 219 5 7
John Gibson, joiner 97 0 11
William Oram, plaisterer 32 2 0
Henry Margrett, plaisterer 0 18 4
Cha. Atherton, plumber 25 7 11½
Richard Streeter, painter 77 9 0
Thomas Streeter, painter 117 11 3
William Newton, slater 6 10 10
John White, slater 19 13 6
William Ireland, glazier 149 17 11½
John Webb, salary 36 15 0
William Bache, smith 96 15
John Barret, pumpman 19 10 2
John Jolly, pavior 50 10 6
William Bushell, carter 201 12 2
Leonard Gammon, measurer 25 0 0
£1594 15 6
From 1st April 1696 to April 1698.
£ s. d.
p. 102. Thomas Hill, mason 28 4
John Churchill, carpenter 495 14 6
Geo. Emmet, bricklayer 141 12 3
William Bushell, carter 153 8 5
Chimney sweeper 2 14 0
John Wilkins, pavior 3 10 0
John Jolly, pavior 26 4 2
Hen. Skelton, upholder 143 6 11
Ab. Hopkins, joiner 62 3 0
John Barrett, pumpmaker 20 13 0
Henry Browne, slater 5 5 0
Cha. Atherton, plumber 93 14
Mary Dobbins, plumber 3 3 0
Henry Margretts, plaisterer 67 14 2
John Grove, plaisterer 18 13 4
Thomas Streete, painter 68 4 1
Thomas Steward, wireman 2 7 0
William Bache, blacksmith 194 6
William Ireland, glazier 161 13 9
£1692 12
From 1st April 1698 to 31 July 1700.
£ s. d.
T 38/798, p. 103. Thomas Hill, mason 31 7
John Churchill, carpenter 482 6 4
Geo. Emmet, bricklayer 102 12 9
Richard Stacy, bricklayer 37 10 2
R. Abbot, painter 118 14 1
John Barrett, pumpmaker 2 15 8
Charles Atherton, plumber 109 19 8
John Jolly, pavior 19 5 8
Henry Brown, slater 9 17 7
Henry Margretts, plaisterer 46 17 4
Hugh Warren, joiner 442 12 7
Deb. Bushell, carter 61 4 10
Deb. Reading, carter 55 6 4
William Ireland, glazier 146 18 0
William Bache, smith 190 19
Jos. Kay, smith 35 6 1
Robert Webb, salary 53 2 0
£1946 15 11¾
From 1 July 1700 to 8 March 1701–2.
£ s. d.
Ibid., p. 104. Thomas Hill, mason 6 2
John Churchill, carpenter 349 4 6
Charles Atherton, plumber 60 12 11½
John Jolly, pavior 11 12 5
John Grove, plaisterer 0 19 4
Richard Abbot, painter 174 11 5
John Barrett, pump maker 4 4 0
Francs. Reading, carter 113 2 0
Hen. Skelton, upholsterer 46 8 5
Hen. Margretts, plaisterer 46 17
— Herbert, clockmaker 9 18 6
Hump[hrey] Browne, slater 3 5 7
Jos. Jolly, pavior 18 15 5
Josiah Kay, smith 56 8 7
William Ireland, glazier 56 16
George Emmet, bricklayer 97 16 0
Char. Hobson, joiner 72 10 0
£1129 4 11¼
Total arrears for works at the Horse Guards £6363 8
Ibid., p. 105. Arrears due for Works done at Windsor Castle, to the Guard Rooms and Earl of Romney's lodgings in 1697.
£ s. d.
John Clark, mason 45 5 1
Fran. Rowland, carpenter 88 8 10
Geo. Pile, bricklayer 127 6 10
M. Roberts, plumber 138 15 11½
Richard Streeter, painter 34 9
Cha. Hobson, joiner 119 1 11
William Ireland, glazier 6 9 9
Tho. Webb, glazier 1 1 6
John Davis, smith 40 2
total £601 2