Office-Holders in Modern Britain: Volume 11 (Revised), Court Officers, 1660-1837. Originally published by University of London, London, 2006.
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Pumper at the Mews 1760–?
The pumper was first listed under George II and made £23 8s a year. By 1807, she was granted an additional £9 2s. By 1830 she made £33 with an additional allowance of £33 for an apartment and fuel. (fn. 1)
Heater of Water for the Horses 1760–1837
The heater of water was paid £25 (incl £7 for coals) per annum. This servant was granted an additional allowance of £10 2s by 1807. By 1830, she made £34 with an additional allowance of £34. (fn. 2) Martha Phillips' duties were performed by Mary Cooper by 1835–36. (fn. 3)