Index of officers: Sp - Sy

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Sp - Sy

Spalden, William Gentleman of the Chapel Royal in Extraordinary 13 Oct. 1701 (OCB, f. 11). No further occ.

Spalding, Richard Child of the Chapel Royal voice changed by 28 June 1698 (RECM II, 62 citing LC 5/152, p. 107).

Spalding, Samuel Gentleman Pensioner occ. 1771-1801 (RK [1771], p. 84; last occ. ibid. [1801], p. 119). Pd. to 10 Oct. 1801 (E 407/2/161). Vac. by 10 Oct. 1801 (Ibid., no. 162).

Spalton, Thomas Coachman 23 Dec. 1761 (LS 13/203, f. 29). Vac. by Est. of 1 Jan. 1783 (MOH WB 2, pp. 4-5).
--Postilion 23 Dec. 1761 (LS 13/203, f. 29). Superannuated ('put upon pension') by 2 July 1772 (Ibid., f. 83v).

Spanswick, John Mewskeeper at London 21 July 1800 (MOH WB 1, p. 153). Vac. by 1830 (MOH LB F, p. 552).

Spark (Sparke, Sparkes), Edward Chaplain in Ordinary [1660] (LC 3/2, f. 17). Chaplain in Waiting occ. Est. of 1661 (Add. MSS. 36,781, f. 11v). Vac. by Est. of 1663 (BIHR XIX [1942], p. 17).

Sparke, Edmund Porter of the Great Mews at Charing Cross (Porter of the Stables) 12 Mar. 1716 (LS13/200, f. 30v). D. by 2 Dec. 1719 (Ibid., f. 48v).

Sparke, Henry Messenger to the Chancellor of the Exchequer 5 June 1711 (LC 5/166, p. 273). Rem. by 29 Sept. 1713 (Ibid., p. 303).

Sparke, Peter Marke Physician in Extraordinary 26 Mar. 1662 (LC 3/26, f. 143). No further occ.

Sparkes, John Yeoman Purveyor occ. Est. of 1669 (Dartmouth MSS ox D [w] 1778/v/132). Vac. 6 Feb. 1685 on d. of Charles II.

Sparkes, John Sewer of the Chamber [?in ord w/o fee] 30 Dec. 1672 (LC 3/27, f. 12v; cert renewed 23 July 1673: ibid., f. 10v). No further occ.

Sparrow, John Sewer of the Chamber 'in Ordinary without fee' 10 Dec. 1670 (LC 3/26, f. 123). No further occ.

Sparrow, John (ktd. 3 July 1687) First Clerk of the Kitchen 13 Apr. 1685 (LS 13/10, f. 6v). Second Clerk Comptroller of the Green Cloth 12 July 1686 (LS 13/255, f. 16). First Clerk Comptroller of the Green Cloth 10 Apr. 1688 (Ibid., f. 33). Vac. 11 Dec. 1688 on abd. of James II.

Sparrow, John Third Assistant Porter pd. from 7 May 1833 to 5 Nov. 1835 (LS 2/59, f. 3-66, f. 3). Second Assistant Porter pd. from 6 Nov. 1835 to 21 Jan. 1837 (LS 2/61, f. 3-63, f. 3). First Assistant Porter pd. from 22 to 25 Jan. 1837 (LS 2/63, f. 3). Gentleman (Groom) Porter pd. 27 Jan. to 11 Mar. 1837 (LS 2/63, f. 3). Gentleman (Second Yeoman) Porter pd. from 12 Mar. 1837 (Ibid.). Last occ. 1854 (RK [1854], 515). Vac. by 1855 (Ibid. [1855], p. 150).

Sparrow, Joseph Yeoman of the Guard occ. 1699 (Miege [1699] III, 96). Vac. by 1700 (Chamberlayne [1700] III, 508-09).

Sparrow, Randolph Groom of Great Chamber 13 Feb. 1675 (LC 3/24, f. 11). Surr. by 26 Oct. 1680 (Ibid.).

Sparrow, Thomas Yeoman of the Guard first occ. 1726 [Yeoman Usher occ. 1726-c. 12 July 1767; Yeoman Hanger first occ. 1735] (Chamberlayne [1726] II iii, 125; ibid. [1735] II iii, 109; LC 3/58, f. 84, pp. 381, 382). D. by 12 July 1767 (Ibid., pp. 381, 382).

Speake, William Helper in the Stables 8 Nov. 1832 (MOH WB 5, sub. S). Superannuated 29 July 1837 (MOH SB 1, p. 272).

Spear, Edward Messenger 17 Mar. 1720 (LC 3/63, p. 223; LC 3/64, p. 58). Surr. by 9 Jan. 1728 (LC 3/64, p. 140).

Spearman, Ralph William First Clerk of the Stables 1 May 1830 (MOH SB 1, p. 70). Vac. (as Secretary to the Master of the Horse and Clerk of the Stables by 1 Feb. 1842 (MOH SB 2, p. 104).

Speat, William Groom of the Great Chamber occ. 1789-1792 (RK [1789], p. 89; last occ. ibid. [1792], p. 89). Vac. by 1793 (Ibid. [1793], p. 89).

Spedding, --- Doorkeeper of the Household Kitchen July 1694 (LS 13/10, f. 14v). Vac. by 1 Sept. 1694 (Ibid.).

Spedding, Thomas Groom of the Crown [Coursers' or Great Horse] Stable 1 Dec. 1708 (LS 13/199, f. 63v, vacated ['put upon an other Establishmt.']; nl in any establishments or guidebooks).

Speed, Charles Yeoman of the Guard occ. 1737-1748 (Chamberlayne [1737] II iii, 237; last occ. ibid. [1748] II iii, 134). Vac. by Est. of 5 Apr. 1755 (Ibid. [1755] II iii, 131-32).

Speed, Richard Undermarshal 22 Sept. 1756 (LS 13/202, f.20v). Res. by 14 Dec. 1758 (Ibid., f. 29).

Speed, Richard Gentleman Pensioner occ. 1769-1774 (RK [1769], p. 84; last occ. ibid. [1774], p. 85). Vac. by 10 Oct. 1775 (E 407/2/131B).

Speed (?Spood), William Sewer of the Chamber in Extraordinary 25 Nov. 1692 (LC 3/32, p. 24). No further occ.

Speight, Robert Messenger to the Auditor for Derbyshire, Lincolnshire and Nottinghamshire 8 Feb. 1670 (LC 3/26, f. 132). No further occ.

Speke, Philip Preaching Chaplain at Whitehall occ. 2 July 1727-1740 (Wh Pbk 1). Vac. 1741 (Ibid.).

Spellenberg (Spellerberg), Ernest Musician 7 Oct. 1825 (LC 3/69, p. 85; LC 3/70, p. 5). D. by 3 Dec. 1859 (LC 5/237, p. 233).

Spelman, James Master of the Tents, Toyles, Hales and Pavilions (joint w/Charles Bowles and John Wright) aft. 7 Feb. 1676 (LC 3/28, f. 65: date of reversion). ?Vac. 6 Feb. 1685 on d. of Charles II.

Spence, Elizabeth Keeper of the Private Armoury at Westminster 25 Dec. 1725 (LC 3/64, p. 36; ibid., p. 103). Last occ. 1764 (CCK [1764], p. 83). Vac. by 1765 (Ibid. [1765], p. 79).

Spence, Thomas Sergeant at Arms to the Speaker 5 Sept. 1717 (LC 3/63, p. 176). D. 29 June 1737 (GM [1737] VII, 451).

Spencer, Anne (Spencer) styled Lady (from 28 Sept. 1702 Countess of Sunderland) Lady of the Bedchamber 12 May 1702 (LC 5/166, p. 72). Res. 29 Jan. 1712 (The Wentworth Papers, ed. J.J. Cartwright [1883], p. 259).

Spencer, Ann Necessary Woman to the Board of Greencloth 23 Nov. 1779 (LS 13/203, f. 125). D. by 26 May 1802 (LS 13/204, f. 121).

Spencer, Brent (ktd. 21 Apr. 1809) Extra Equerry 3 June 1801 (MOH WB 2, p. 170). Equerry 11 Oct. 1811 (Ibid. 1, p. 75). Vac. 19 Feb. 1812 on app. as Equerry at Windsor (T 38/526, p. 2).

Spencer, Lord Charles Comptroller of the Household 15 Apr. 1763 (LS 13/265, f. 27). Res. by 19 July 1765 (Ibid., f. 32v). Treasurer of the Chamber 27 Nov. 1779 (SP 44/383, p. 316). Office abolished 11 July 1782 (22 Geo. III, c. 82). Gentleman of the Bedchamber 15 Nov. 1806 (LC 3/68, p. 101). D. 16 June 1820 (DNB LIII, 352).

Spencer, Gilbert Second Groom of the Robes 26 June 1680 (LS 13/197, f. 66v; LC 3/24, f. 21 gives 26 Jan. 1681). First Groom of the Robes 13 Jan. 1682 (LC 3/28, f. 17; LS 13/197, f. 83v). ?Vac. 6 Feb. 1685 on d. of Charles II. Groom of the Robes 18 Mar. 1689 (LC 3/31, p. 8). Vac. by 21 Apr. 1697 (LC 5/166, p. 1).

Spencer, J. Preaching Chaplain at Whitehall occ. 3 Oct. 1813 (Wh Pbk 1). Vac. by 1815 (Ibid.).

Spencer, Jane Necessary Woman (to the German Chancery) first occ. 14 Sept. 1716 (pd. from 1 Aug. 1714) (LC 5/156, f. 167v; LC 3/64, p. 133). D. by 23 Sept. 1737 (LC 3/65, p. 64).

Spencer, John Second Groom of the Woodyard 15 May 1708 (LS 13/259, f. 38; LS 13/261, f. 9v). First Groom of the Woodyard 13 Feb. 1719 (LS 13/261, f. 28). D. by 22 Apr. 1721 (Ibid., f. 33).

Spencer, John Stud Farrier 18 July 1772 (MOH WB 1, p. 243). Position reduced to an unpaid purveyorship 7 Nov. 1782 (MOH PB 1, pp. 164, 170). Res. by 21 Nov. 1791 (Ibid., p. 251).
--Marshal Farrier 3 Apr. 1788 (Ibid., p. 249). Farrier 21 Nov. 1791 (Ibid., p. 251).
--Stud Farrier Oct. 1795 (Ibid., p. 253).

D. by 25 June 1808 (Ibid., p. 259).

Spencer, John Gentleman Pensioner occ. 1789-1825 (RK [1789], p. 98; last occ. ibid. [1825], p. 125). Vac. by Mar. 1825 (Curling, p. 273).

Spencer, Richard Gentleman Pensioner ?21 July 1688 (Badminton MSS Fm H 2/4/1, f. 31). Pd. 25 Mar. 1689 (E 407/2/70). Rem. by 24 June 1690 (Ibid., no. 71; Pegge I ii, 81).

Spencer, Robert Drum-major [Drummer] (to Third Reg. of Footguards) 23 Jan. 1747 (LC 3/65, p. 205). Discharged 26 Sept. 1758 (LC 3/66, p. 52).

Spencer, Hon. Sir Robert Cavendish, Kt. Groom of the Bedchamber 24 July 1830 (LG no. 18711). D. 4 Nov. 1830 (LC 3/70, p. 53; DNB LIII, 378).

Spencer, Samuel Yeoman of the Guard first occ. 1726 [Yeoman Usher first occ. 1743] (Chamberlayne [1726] II iii, 125; Chamberlayne [1743] II iii, 216; LC 3/58, f. 84v, p. 222). D. by 11 Oct. 1761 (LC 3/58, pp. 222, 224).

Spencer, Stratford Messenger in Extraordinary 3 May 1748 (LC 3/65, p. 222). Messenger 10 Mar. 1750 (Ibid., p. 240; LC 3/67, p. 39). D. by 30 Jan. 1766 (LC 3/58, p. 373).

Spencer, Timothy Fifth Child of the Kitchen 16 May 1797 (LS 13/267, f. 33v). Fourth Child of the Kitchen 13 Nov. 1799 (Ibid., f. 35v). Third Child of the Kitchen 23 Feb. 1801 (Ibid., f. 39). Second Child of the Kitchen 3 Dec. 1804 (Ibid., f. 46). First Child of the Kitchen 6 Feb. 1806 (Ibid., f. 49). Fourth Groom of the Kitchen 6 Apr. 1806 (Ibid., f. 50). Third Groom of the Kitchen 19 Aug. 1806 (Ibid., f. 52). Second Groom of the Kitchen 10 Dec. 1807 (Ibid.). First Groom of the Kitchen 2 Aug. 1810 (Ibid., f. 62). Third Yeoman of the Kitchen 24 Dec. 1810 (Ibid.). Vac. 19 Feb. 1812 on transfer to Windsor establishment (LS 13/184, p. 252).

Spencer, William Gentleman Pensioner in Extraordinary 1 Mar. 1667 (Badminton MSS Fm H 2/4/1, f. 65). No further occ.

Spencer, William Gentleman Pensioner pd. from 24 June 1690 to 25 Mar. 1697 (E 407/2/71-76). Last occ. 1700 (Chamberlayne [1700] III, 506). Vac. by 29 Sept. 1700 (E 407/2/77).

Spencer, William, jun. Gentleman Pensioner occ. 1767-1787 (RK [1767], p. 84; last occ. ibid. [1787], p. 98) Vac. by 1788 (Ibid. [1788], p. 98).

Spencer, William, sen. Gentleman Pensioner pd. from 5 Apr. 1768 (E 407/2/131A). Occ. 1768-1771 (RK [1768], p. 84; last occ. ibid. [1771], p. 84). Vac. by 1772 (Ibid. [1772], pp. 84-85).

Spendelow, Charles Porter to the Great Wardrobe occ. 1745 (Chamberlayne [1745] II iii, 226). Vac. by 1748 (Ibid. [1748] II iii, 133).

Spering, T. Gentleman Harbinger of the Gentlemen Pensioners occ. 1766 (CCR [1766], p. 96). Vac. by 1767 (RK [1767], p. 84).

Sperry (Sherry), James Yeoman of the Guard 6 Sept. 1773 (LC 3/58, p. 415). Pd. to 10 Oct. 1789 (AO 3/106/1-5). Vac. by 5 July 1790 (AO 3/106/6).

Spicer, Edward Page of the Laundry occ. c. 1661 (MS. Carte 59, f.113). No further occ.

Spicer, Edward Woodbearer 2 Oct. 1662 (LS 13/7, f. 17). Vac. by Est. of 1 Oct. 1664 (LS 13/34). Woodbearer res. by 28 June 1665 (LS 13/252, f. 214v).

Spicer, John Woodbearer 28 June 1665 (LS 13/252, f. 214v). Prob. vac. by 6 Feb. 1685 on d. of Charles II.

Spicer, John Keeper of the Lions in the Tower 3 Aug. 1688 (LC 3/30, f. 64v). Ev. vac. 11 Dec. 1688 on abd. of James II.

Spicer, John Musician for the Violin in Extraordinary 19 Dec. 1670 (RECM I, 101 citing LC 5/12, p. 294). No further occ.

Spicer, Marmaduke Yeoman of the Guard occ. 1691-1700 (Hennelll, p. 258; last occ. Chamberlayne [1700] III, 508). Vac. by 1707 (Chamberlayne [1707] III, 555-56).

Spicer, William Groom of the Scalding House 10 Oct. 1710 (LS 13/259, f. 43v; LS 13/261, f. 5v). First Groom of the Scalding House 21 June 1715 (LS 13/261, f. 5v, app. coinciding with that of William Benning as Second Groom of the Scalding House). Vac. 11 June 1727 on d. of George I.

Spiesmaker (Speesmaker), Luder Assistant to the Clerks of the Green Cloth occ. 1702-1729 (CTB XVII, 1007; Chamberlayne [1710], p. 539; last occ. ibid. [1729] II, 181).
--Tailcartaker 3 July 1702 (LS 13/259, f. 15). Second Groom of the Accompting House 24 Apr. 1705 (Ibid., f. 27). First Groom of the Accompting House 14 July 1707 (Ibid., f. 30v). Second Yeoman of the Accompting House 24 Feb. 1711 (Ibid., f. 44v). First Yeoman of the Accompting House 27 July 1714 (Ibid., f. 58; LS 13/261, f. 1v; LS 13/263, f. 9).

D. 21 Dec. 1730 (LS 13/263, f. 46v; HRC [1730] XV, 68 gives Tudor Spicemaker [sic]).

Spike, Richard [Third] Groom Porter at Gate 16 Nov. 1758 (LS 13/264, f. 34v). Second Groom Porter at Gate 29 Jan. 1759 (Ibid., f. 37). First Groom Porter at Gate 15 Dec. 1760 (LS 13/266, ff. 15v, 30v). [Fourth] Yeoman Porter at Gate pd. from 9 Aug. 1763 to c. 21 June 1765 (LS 2/1). D. by 21 June 1765 (LS 13/266, f. 47v).

Spike, Robert Table-Decker to the Gentlemen Waiters 16 Nov. 1758 (LS 13/264, f. 35; LS 13/266, ff. 18, 33). Vac. by 31 Dec. 1761 (LS 2/1, vacated in Xmas Quarter).
--Chamber Keeper to the Gentlemen Ushers occ. 1760-1805 (CCR [1760], p. 76; last occ. RK [1805], p. 110). Office deleted 1806 (RK [1806], p. 110).

Spike, Robert Yeoman Keeper of Ice and Snow 17 Feb. 1783 (LS 13/267, f. 2v). D. by 4 Oct. 1803 (Ibid., f. 44v).

Spink, Charles Drummer [to Coldstream Guards) 29 Sept. 1762 (LC 3/19, p. 17). D. by 4 July 1775 (LC 3/67, p. 78).

Spooner, Catherine Pumper at the Mews 29 Nov. 1760 (MOH WB 1, p. 16). D. by 24 Feb. 1779 (Ibid., p. 128).

Spragg, Edward Watermen in Ordinary w/o fee 28 Feb. 1667 (LC 3/26, f. 153v). No further occ.

Sprat (Spratt), Thomas (Bishop of Rochester 1684) Chaplain in Ordinary 14 Aug. 1676 (LC 3/28, f. 23). Chaplain in Waiting occ. 1677-1684 (LC 3/24, f. 14; Chamberlayne [1677], p. 164; last occ. Chamberlayne [1684], p. 172). Res. 1684 on app. as Bishop of Rochester (LC 7/1, f. 55v; nom. 27 Sept., cons. 2 Nov. 1684: HBC, p. 269). Clerk of the Closet 28 Dec. 1685 (CSPD 1685, p. 424 [2118]). Vac. 5 Nov. 1687 (LC 3/30, p. 5).

Spratt, Nathaniell Groom of the Great Chamber in Ordinary [w/o fee] 27 Aug. 1672 (LC 3/27, f. 17v). No further occ.

Spratt, Thomas Chaplain 13 June 1712 (LC 5/166, p. 287; LC 3/63 p. 90). Vac. by 28 Feb. 1717 (LC 3/7, f. 8v; AC I iv, 137).

Spraynger, - Physician in Extraordianry 5 Feb. 1661 (sl LC 3/26, f. 143). No further occ.

Sprenger (Spranger), Henry C. Clerk of the Coalyard 24 July 1833 (LS 2/59). Last occ. 1844 (RK [1844], p. p. 152). Office abolished from 1 Apr. 1844 (LS 2/74, f. 5).

Sprig (Sprigg), Francis Yeoman of the Guard occ. 1707-1723 [Yeoman Usher occ. 1723-1745] (Chamberlayne [1707] III, 556; last occ. ibid. [1723] II iii, 571 - listed twice). Vac. 1726 (Ibid. [1726] II iii, 124-26). Yeoman of the Guard 1727-1745 (Chamberlayne [1727], II iii, 177; last occ. ibid. [1745] II iii, 227). Vac. by 1748 (Chamberlayne [1748] II iii, 134-35).

Spriggins, Sam Second Assistant Porter pd. from 27 Jan. to 11 Mar. 1837 (LS 2/63, f. 3). First Assistant Porter pd. from 12 Mar. 1837 to 8 Oct. 1839 (LS 2/63, f. 3-65, f. 3). Vac. 9 Oct. 1839 (LS 2/65, f. 3).

Spring, Charles Kitchen Boy pd. from 5 Jan. 1816 to 1819 (LS 2/41-45). Vac. 1819 (LS 2/45).

Springer, H. Yeoman Porter at Gate pd. from 26 Aug. 1829 to 23 July 1833 (LS 2/55-59, f. 3). Vac. 24 July 1833 (LS 2/59, f. 3).

Springhall, Ralph Waterman occ. c. 1692-c. 6 Nov. 1699 (LC 3/57, f. 48v). D. by 6 Nov. 1699 (LC 5/166, p. 27).

Springhall (Spring), Thomas Waterman first occ. 1661 (Add. MSS. 36,781, f. 15v; LC 3/25, f. 73; LC 3/56, p. 37; LC 3/32, p. 89). Vac. by 1695 (LC 3/3, f. 22). Waterman at Pension by c. 1694-97-by 1702 (LC 3/31, p. 89). Vac. by 1702 (LC 3/4, f. 30).

Spry, Samuel Thomas (ktd. 13 Aug. 1834) Lieutenant of the Gentlemen Pensioners (Gentlemen at Arms) 9 Dec. 1831 (HO 38/29 p. 381). Last occ. 1839 (RK [1839], p. 125). Vac. by 1840 (Ibid. [1840], p. 125).

Spurstow (Spurston, Sparrow, Sparslow), --- Chaplain in Ordinary 1660 (LC 3/2, f. 17; 3/26, f. 32). Chaplain in Waiting occ. Est. of 1661-Est. of Jan. 1666 (Add. MSS. 36,781, f. 11; last occ. [as Sparrow] LC 3/25, f. 39v). Vac. by 1669 (Chamberlayne [1669, 1st edn.], p. 271). [Pos. William Spurstowe, of the Westminster Assembly of Divines, ejected for nonconformity; bur. 8 Feb. 1666: AO I, 1402].

Spurway, Benjamin Chaplain in Extraordinary 4 Nov. 1692 (LC 3/32, p. 50). No further occ.

Squib, Edmund Sewer 'in Ordinary' (w/o fee) 24 Dec. 1668 (LC 3/26, f. 114v). No further vac.

Squibb, --- Chaplain c. 6 Feb. 1688 (on d. of Edward Fulham: LC 3/30, f. 37v; AO I, 538). Vac. 11 Dec. 1688 on abd. of James II.

Squibb, Arthur Chaplain in Ordinary 25 Jan. 1669 (LC 3/28, f. 25; listed as Extraordinary LC 3/26, f. 128v; certificate renewed 27 June 1683: LC 3/28, f. 25). No further occ.

Squibb, Henry Chaplain in Extraordinary 1 Oct. 1669 (LC 3/26, f. 128v). No further occ.

Squire, Hugh Sewer of the Chamber 23 Apr. 1673 (LC 3/24, f. 8; LS 13/198, p. 9). Surr. by 3 June 1700 (LC 5/166, p. 43).

Squire, Robert Falconer 10 Feb. 1665 (LC 3/25, f. 66v). Ev. vac. by 6 Feb. 1685 on d. of Charles II.

Squire, William Third Child of the Scullery 15 May 1662 (LS 13/252, f. 234). Supernumerary Child of the Scullery Est. of 1 [Dec. 1662] (Conjectural date based on Est. of 1 Dec. 1662, which lists, but does not name two Supernumerary Children: LS 13/31, f. 17; first named: LS 13/34, f. 26; LS 13/35, f. 20). [Third] Child of the Scullery [?15 Jan. 1670] (Conjectural date based on app. of James Tooth as Fourth Child of the Scullery (LS 13/252, f. 205). Res. 22 Jan. 1672 (Ibid., f. 183).

Squire, William Messenger 9 Dec. 1715 (LC 3/63, p. 127). Vac. (ev. rem.) by 5 May 1724 (Ibid., p. 339).

St. Albans, Charles (Beauclerk) 1st Duke of see Burford, Charles (Beauclerk), Earl of

St. Albans, Charles (Beauclerk) 2nd Duke of Gentleman of the Bedchamber 11 Aug. 1738 (LC 3/65, p. 81). D. 27 July 1751.

St. Albans, Henry (Jermyn) 1st Earl of Lord Chamberlain 13 May 1671 (LC 3/24, f. 2; CSPD 1671, p. 238). Surr. 10 Sept. 1674 (LC 3/24, f. 2).

St. Aman, John Groom of the Pantry 29 Sept. 1660 (LS 13/8, f. 2A). Prob. vac. by 1 Dec. 1662 (LS 13/31).

St. Amand, James Apothecary to the Person 11 May 1685 (LC 3/56, p. 36). Vac. 11 Dec. 1688 on abd. of James II.

St. Amant, John Trumpeter 19 Dec. 1700 (LC 5/166, p. 51; ibid., p. 118; BDECM 980 gives year of app. as 1699). Surr. by 20 Oct. 1710 (LC 5/166, p. 256).

St. Amour, James Yeoman Rider 22 Dec. 1760 (LS 13/203, f. 15v). Second Equerry of the Crown Stable 5 Feb. 1765 (MOH WB 1 p. 55). Equerry of the Crown Stable 20 Dec. 1779 (MOH EB 2, p. 35). D. by 23 May 1790 (MOH WB 1, p. 65).

St. Andre, --- Anatomist 7 May 1723 (LC 3/63, p. 287; LC 3/64, p. 102). Last occ. 1760 (CCR [1760], p. 79). Vac. by 1761 (Ibid. [1761], p. 79).

St. Asaph, Bishop of see Lloyd, William

St. Clair, Robert Gentleman Sewer 22 June 1675 (LC 3/24, f. 9; LC 3/30, p. 23; LC 3/31, p. 34). Vac. 8 Mar. 1702 on d. of William III.

St. Claire (St. Clair), John Gentleman Pensioner pd. from 25 Dec. 1701 to 2 Mar. 1703 (E 407/2/78). Vac. by 2 Mar. 1703 (LC 5/166, p. 13 reversed).

St. Helens, Alleyne (Fitzherbert) 1st Lord Gentleman of the Bedchamber 28 June 1804 (LC 3/68, p. 86). Vac. 18 Feb. 1812 on app. as Gentleman of Bedchamber at Windsor (T 53/65 p. 374 gives Lord St. Vincent [sic]; T 38/526, p. 1). Gentleman of the Bedchamber 16 June 1820 (LC 3/69, p. 13). Res. by 14 Dec. 1830 (LC 3/70, p. 52).

St. John, Hon. Henry Groom of the Bedchamber 17 May 1771 (T 52/61, p. 243). Vac. 24 Apr. 1784 (T 53/57, p. 378).

St. John, Needham Gentleman Pensioner pd. from 25 Mar. 1749 (E 407/2/129). Last occ. 1754 (CCR [1754], p. 95). Vac. by 1755 (Chamberlayne [1755] Ii iii, 128).

St. John, Pawlet Chaplain 25 July 1712 (LC 5/166, p. 289). Vac. 1 Aug. 1714 on d. of Anne.

St. John of Bletso, St. Andrew (St. John) 14th Lord Captain of the Gentlemen Pensioners 12 Feb. 1806 (HO 38/11, p. 359). Vac. by 2 Mar. 1808 (HO 38/13, p. 32).

St. Paul, William Frederick Equerry of the Crown Stable 13 Sept. 1745 (LS 13/201, f. 97v; LS 13/203, f. 2v). D. 5 Feb. 1765 (MOH WB 1 p. 55; GM [1765] XXXV, 98).

St. Pierre (St. Pier; St. Poir), Richard Yeoman of the Guard occ. Est. of 20 Aug. 1667-list of 1 Oct. 1684 (Hennell, p. 257; LC 3/24, f. 27; last occ. A General and Compleat List, p. 2). Vac. by Est. of c. 1685-88 (LC 3/30, ff. 70-71).

Stace, Robert Gentleman Pensioner pd. from 5 Apr. 1784 (E 407/2/136). Occ. 1784-1812 (RK [1784], p. 97; last occ. ibid. [1812], p. 127). Vac. by 1813 (Ibid. [1813], p. 127). Gentleman Pensioner occ. 1814-1818 (Ibid. [1814], p. 127; last occ. ibid. [1818], p. 127). Vac. by 1819 (Ibid. [1819], pp. 113-14).

Stacey, Edward Yeoman of the Guard occ. 1696-1723 (Hennell, p. 286; last occ. Chamberlayne [1723] II iii, 572). Vac. by 1726 (Chamberlayne [1726] II iii, 124-26).

Stacey, John Yeoman of the Guard occ. 1707-1729 (Chamberlayne [1707] III, 556; last occ. ibid. [1729] II iii, 189). Vac. by 1735 (ibid. [1735] II iii, 110-11).

Stacy, Edward Groom of the Chamber 'in Ordinary without fee' 3 Dec. 1669 (LC 3/26, f. 139v). No further occ.

Stafferton (Staverton), Thomas Bottlegroom occ. Est. of 28 Mar. 1682-Est. of early 1685 (Dartmouth MSS ox D [w] 1778/v/132). Vac. 6 Feb. 1685 on d. of Charles II.

Stafford, William Gentleman Pensioner Oct 1676 (Badminton MSS Fm H 2/4/1, f. 25v). Vac. by 14 July 1677 (Ibid., f. 26).

Staggins, Charles Musician for the Violin 3 Dec. 1684 (RECM I, 213 citing LC 5/145, p. 149). Musician 31 Aug. 1685 (RECM II, 3 citing LC 5/146, p. 18: 'jun.'). Vac. 11 Dec. 1688 on abd. of James II.
--Musician for the Wind Instruments 27 Jan. 1685 (LC 3/28, f. 37v). Position abolished 6 Feb. 1685 on d. of Charles II.

Staggins, Isaac Musician for the Violin 6 Sept. 1661 (RECM I, 21 citing LC 5/137, p. 251).
--Musician for the Wind Instruments (treble hautbois) 5 Sept. 1665 (Ibid., pp. 66-67 citing LC 5/138, p. 404).

D. by 3 Dec. 1684 (Ibid., p. 213 citing LC 5/145, p. 149).

Staggins, Nicholas Musician for the Wind Instruments 7 Nov. 1670 (LC 3/24, f. 19: 'retrenched'). No further occ.
--Musician for the Violins 21 Dec. 1671 (RECM I, 110 citing LC 5/14, p. 93; ibid., p. 122 and ibid. V, 64 citing SO 3/16, p. 686 gives his instrument as flute; BDECM, p. 1040 identifies this as a second place). Master of the Music 15 Aug. 1674 (RECM I, 140 citing LC 5/140, p. 518; LC 3/30, f. 52; LC 3/32, pp. 66, 101). D. 13 June 1700 (DNB LIII, 464).
---Joint Composer in Extraordinary for the Violins (without fee; w/John Blow) by 1681 (RECM I, 194 citing LC 5/144, p. 63). Joint Composer for the Violins 10 Aug. 1682 (w/John Blow: ibid., p. 201 citing LC 5/144, p. 233). Position abolished 6 Feb. 1685 on d. of Charles II.

Stainforth, Elizabeth (Margaret) Housekeeper at the Queen's House pd. from 1 May 1762 (AO 1/421/201). D. by May 1785 (LC 3/67, p. 174).

Stainforth, Elizabeth Housekeeper at the Queen's House May 1785 (LC 3/67, p. 174). D. by Jan. 1803 (LC 3/68, p. 79).

Stainforth (Sainforth), George Messenger to the Lord Chancellor 31 Jan. 1792 (House of Commons 27 Rept. on Finance 1797, p. 292). D. 20 Sept. 1815 (LC 3/68, p. 169; GM [1815] LXXXV [2], p. 378).

Stainforth, John Messenger to the Auditor for Yorkshire 24 Jan. 1671 (LC 3/26, f. 131v). No further occ.

Stainforth, William Storekeeper of the Stables 8 Oct. 1754 (LS 13/202, f. 15v). D. by 22 Oct. 1759 (Ibid., f. 31).

Staino (Stayno, Staynoe), Thomas Chaplain occ. 1691-1694 (Miege [1691] III, 163; LC 3/57, f. 31v; last occ. Chamberlayne [1694] II, 214). Vac. c. 1695-96 on app. of William Talbot (LC 3/32, p. 51).

Stainsby, John Alexander Sergeant at Arms 4 Apr. 1753 (LC 3/65, p. 268). Revoked 15 Apr. 1782 (E 403/2482, p. 270).

Stair, John (Dalrymple) 2nd Earl of Gentleman of the Bedchamber 16 Oct. 1714 (LC 3/63, p. 12). Vac. 11 June 1727 on d. of George I.

Staley, Andrew Groom of the Great Chamber 21 Dec. 1758 (LC 3/66 p. 55). Vac. 25 Oct. 1760 on d. of George II. Messenger occ. 1761-1797 (CCR [1761], p. 78; last occ. ibid. [1797], p. 89). Place abolished by 1798 (Ibid. [1798], pp. 89-90).

Stallard (Stollard), Thomas Waterman at Pension 7 May 1729 (LC 3/64, p. 189). D. by 19 Dec. 1734 (LC 3/65, p. 24).

Stamford, Dorothy Assistant Scourer of the Pewter Scullery 11 Nov. 1776 (LS 13/266, f. 98v). D. by 14 Jan. 1794 (LS 13/267, f. 27v).

Stamford, John Messenger to the Auditor for York [25 Aug. 1660] (LC 3/2, f. 20). No further occ.

Standish, John Chaplain in Ordinary 6 Dec. 1672 (LC 3/27, f. 30v). Chaplain in Waiting occ. 1674-1687 (Chamberlayne [1674], p. 189; LC 3/24, f. 14; LC 3/56, p. 55; last occ. Chamberlayne [1687], p. 157). D. c. 31 Dec. 1686 (AC I iv, 145; AO I, 1407).

Standish, Robert Messenger 20 July 1660 (LC 7/1, f. 63). Surr. by 22 Oct. 1677 (Ibid., f. 65v).

Standring (Strandring), Samuel Sewer of the Chamber 5 Jan. 1758 (LC 3/66, p. 41; LC 3/67, p. 37). D. by 28 July 1772 (LS 13/203, f. 82).

Stanhope, Charles Treasurer of the Chamber 12 Mar. 1722 (LC 3/63, p. 265). Vac. by 23 Sept. 1727 (LC 3/64, p. 97).

Stanhope, George Chaplain 4 Aug. 1694 (LC 3/31, p. 52; LC 5/166, p. 98; LC 3/63, p. 124). Dismissed by royal order of 5 Oct. 1727 (LC 5/202, p. 416).

Stanhope, Hon. Henry Fitzroy Page of Honour 16 Sept. 1802 (MOH WB 1, p. 71; WB 2 p. 193). Vac. by 10 Feb. 1808 (Ibid. 3, p. 74). Groom of the Bedchamber 10 Mar. 1812 (LC 3/68, p. 142). D. 20 Aug. 1828 (HP 1754-90 III, 463).

Stanhope, Lovell Third Clerk Comptroller of the Green Cloth 5 Sept. 1780 (LS 13/265, f. 51v). Office abolished 11 July 1782 (22 Geo. III, c. 82).

Stanhope, Mary Maid of Honour 4 June 1702 (LC 5/166, p. 73). Vac. by 26 Nov. 1707 (Ibid., p. 210).

Stanhope, Philip Dormer (Stanhope) styled Lord (succ. as 4th Earl of Chesterfield 9 Feb. 1726) Captain of the Yeomen of the Guard 27 May 1723 (LC 3/63, p. 289). Vac. by 2 June 1725 (LC 3/64, p. 14). Gentleman of the Bedchamber 24 July 1727 (Ibid., p. 48). Lord Steward 19 June 1730 (LG no. 6892). Vac. by May 1733 (GM [1733] III, 270).

Stanhope, Philip Spencer Page of Honour 6 Apr. 1809 (MOH WB 1, p. 74). Vac. 30 Mar. 1815 (MOH LB D, f. 289).

Stanhope, Thomas Chaplain in Ordinary 31 July 1671 (LC 3/27, f. 30v). No further occ.

Stanhope, William (cr. Lord Harrington 6 Jan. 1730) Vice Chamberlain 17 May 1727 (LC 3/64, p. 44; ibid., p. 131). Vac. by 7 May 1730 (Ibid. p. 206).

Stanley, Lady Anne Housekeeper at Somerset House 14 July 1719 (LC 3/7, f. 10; LS 3/13). D. by 17 June 1730 (LC 3/64, p. 208).

Stanley, Edward Clerk of the Cheque of the Yeomen of the Guard 31 Jan. 1722 (LC 3/63, p. 262; LC 3/64, p. 49; SP 44/179, pp. 142-3). Vac. by 23 June 1738 (SP 44/368, p. 40).

Stanley, Edward Messenger to the Chancellor of the Exchequer 3 June 1754 (LC 3/65, p. 279). Vac. by at least 7 Jan. 1756 (LC 3/66, p. 3).

Stanley, Francis Gentleman Pensioner occ. 1767-1774 (RK [1767], p. 84; last occ. ibid. [1774], p. 85). Vac. by 1775 Ibid. [1775], p. 81).

Stanley, Hans Cofferer of the Household 10 Dec. 1766 (LS 13/265, f. 35v). Res. by 9 Mar. 1774 (Ibid. f. 44v). Cofferer of the Household 18 Sept. 1776 (Ibid., f. 46). D. 13 Jan. 1780 (DNB LIV, 69).

Stanley, Hon. James Groom of the Bedchamber 6 June 1689 (LC 3/3, f. 1). Vac. 8 Mar. 1702 on d. of William III.

Stanley, James Groom to the Master of the Horse 4 June 1761 (LS 13/203, f. 23v). No further occ.

Stanley, John (cr. Bart. 13 Apr. 1699) Secretary to the Lord Chamberlain Apr. 1697 (Luttrell IV, 216). Vac. by 9 May 1719 (HRC [1719] IV, 24).

Stanley, John Yeoman of the Guard occ. 1707-1718 (Chamberlayne [1707] III, 556; last occ. Miege [1718] I, 361). Vac. by 1718 (Chamberlayne [1718] II iii, 138-39).

Stanley, John Master of the Music 11 Feb. 1779 (LC 3/67, p. 111).
--Conductor of Music 1 June 1782 (LC 3/67, p. 136).

D. 19 May 1786 (DNB LIV, 74).

Stanley, Richard Chairman 1 Jan. 1710 (LS 13/199, f. 56; LS 13/200, f. 17). Rem. 29 Apr. 1720 upon award of a pension of £20 p.a. beg. 1 Apr. 1720 (LS 13/260; LS 13/200, f. 52).

Stanley, Thomas Page of the Presence Chamber 8 Jan. 1661 (LC 3/24, f. 11; LC 3/25, f. 26 gives 8 June 1660). Vac. by 28 Apr. 1671 (LC 3/26, f. 28).

Stanley, William Clerk of the Closet to the Queen occ. 1691-1694 (Miege [1691], p. 171; last occ. Chamberlayne [1694] II, 213). Office abolished Dec. 1694 on d. of Mary II.

Stanmoor, John Coachman to the Master of the Horse July 1751 (LS 13/202, ff. 5v, 16v, 25). Vac. 25 Oct. 1760 on d. of George II.

Stanney, Edward Messenger 5 June 1675 (LC 7/1, f. 63v). Vac. 6 Feb. 1685 on d. of Charles II.

Stanney (Staney, Stanley), Percivall Messenger 11 June 1660 (LC 3/25, f. 89). Surr. by 5 June 1675 (LC 7/1, f. 63v).
--Post and Letter Carrier to the Household 11 Apr. 1666 (LC 3/25, f. 75). Res. by 13 Jan. 1672 (LC 3/26, f. 84v).

Stanney, Timothy Gentleman Usher Quarter Waiter 10 Apr. 1665 (LC 3/24, f. 8). Res. by 19 Apr. 1669 (Ibid.).

Stannier, John Daily Waiter in Hall in Extraordinary 30 May 1672 (LS 13/252, f. 180). Did not succeed to office.

Stansal (Stanfall), Thomas Gentleman Pensioner first occ. 1711 (Miege [1711] I, 411; see also LC 5/166, p. 12 reversed). D. by 28 June 1738 (LC 5/161, p. 255)

Stansted, William Messenger to the Chancellor of the Exchequer 13 Apr. 1678 (LC 7/1, f. 67; LC 3/56, p. 10). Vac. 11 Dec. 1688 on abd. of James II.

Stanton, John Yeoman of the Guard occ. 1696-1700 (Hennel, p. 286; last occ. Chamberlayne [1700] III, 508). Vac. by 1707 (Chamberlayne [1707] III, 555-56).

Stanwix, Thomas Stoughton Groom of the Bedchamber 10 Mar. 1812 (LC 3/68, p. 136). D. 25 Nov. 1815 (GM [1815] LXXXV [2], 641).

Stapeload, William Yeoman of the Guard occ. Est. of 20 Aug. 1667 (Hennell, p. 257). Vac. by Est. of c. 1673-78 (LC 3/24, f. 27).

Staplehill, Thomas Sewer 'in Ordinary' (w/o fee) 19 June 1667 (LC 3/26, f. 114v). No further occ.

Staples, John First Groom of the Accompting House 19 Nov. 1744 (LS 13/263, f. 98; LS 13/266, ff. 3v, 26v, 35). Office abolished 2 Nov. 1782 (LS 13/180, ff. 95, 104v, 131, 140).

Stapleton, Sir Robert, Kt. Gentleman Usher of the Privy Chamber 10 Nov. 1664 (LC 3/24, f. 3). D. 11 July 1669 (LC 3/25, f. 10).

Stapley, Anthony Gentleman Pensioner 3 Sept. 1660 (Badminton MSS Fm H 2/4/1, f. 22). Pd. to 29 Sept. 1668 (E 407/1/50-51). Vac. by 29 Sept. 1668 (Ibid., no. 52; Badminton MSS Fm H 2/4/1, f. 23v: replaced by Edward Cowper 7 Dec. 1669).

Stark (Slack), Edward Helper in the Stables 1 July 1833 (MOH SB 1, p. 159). Superannuated (from a Groom's position) 1 July 1844 (MOH SB 3, p. 51).

Stark (Slarke), James Groom of the Stables 16 May 1812 (LS 13/204, f. 85).
--Groom to the Hunters pd. from 5 Jan. 1828 (MOH SB 1, p. 3; LB F, p. 553).

D. 7 Nov. 1832 (SB 1, p. 141).

Starkey, William Chaplain in Extraordinary 9 Apr. 1684 (LC 3/28, f. 25). No further occ.

Starkey (Starckey), William Mewskeeper of the Stables occ. 5 Apr. 1831 (MOH SB 1, p. 98). D. 7 Mar. 1835 (Ibid., p. 195; LS 2/61 gives 7 Mar. 1836).

Starkie, James Chemist and Druggist 20 Sept. 1830 (LC 3/69, p. 162). No further occ.

Starling, Daniel, sen. Groom Coachman occ. Est. of 12 Mar. 1669 (Dartmouth MSS ox D [w] 1778/v/132). Vac. by Est. of 28 Mar. 1682 (Ibid.).

Starling, Daniel, jun. Chariot Driver occ. Est. of 12 Mar. 1669 (Dartmouth MSS ox D [w] 1778/v/132). Vac. by Est. of 28 Mar. 1682 (Ibid.).

Starling, William Yeoman Pricker 27 Aug. 1793 (MOH LB C, p. 178). Prob. superannuated 29 Mar. 1814 (MOH PB 1, pp. 222-23).

Starre, William Groom of the Chamber 'in Ordinary without fee' 28 Jan. 1670 (LC 3/26, f. 139v). No further occ.

Staunton, Abraham Sewer of the Chamber 'in Ordinary without fee' 29 Nov.1667 (LC 3/26, f. 122). No further occ.

Stayers (Stairs), Thomas Chamber Keeper to the Clerk of the Closet and Chaplains 25 July 1715 (LS 13/200, f. 21v; LS 13/201, f. 32).
--Table-Decker 11 June 1727 (LS 13/49, p. 36).

D. by 25 Mar. 1728 (LS 13/201, f. 35).

Staynes, Mary Necessary Woman (to the Privy Lodgings) 27 Oct. 1727 (LC 3/64, p. 222). No further occ.

Stebbing, Henry, sen. Chaplain 4 Feb. 1732 (LC 3/64, p. 237). Surr. by 9 Feb. 1757 (LC 3/66, p. 22).

Stebbing, Henry Preaching Chaplain at Whitehall occ. 2 June 1745-1748 (Wh Pbk 1). Vac. 1749 (Ibid.).

Stebbing, Henry, jun. Chaplain 9 Feb. 1757 (LC 3/66, p. 22; LC 3/67, p. 24). D. 13 Nov. 1787 (DNB LIV, 124).

Stebin, Nathaniel Supernumerary Page of the Cellar 19 Aug. 1682 (LS 13/254, f. 49v). Vac. 6 Feb. 1685 on d. of Charles II.

Stedman, Hugh Messenger in Extraordinary 28 Feb. 1665 (LC 3/26, f. 131). No further occ.

Stedman, S. Preaching Chaplain at Whitehall occ. 18 May 1735-1737 (Wh Pbk 1). Vac. 1738 (Ibid.).

Stedman, Samuel Chaplain 12 Dec. 1747 (LC 3/65, p. 217; LC 3/67, p. 24). D. May 1768 (GM [1768] XXXVIII, 247).

Steel, Hugh Groom of the Great Chamber 10 Dec. 1734 (LC 3/65, p. 22). D. by 31 Dec. 1754 (Ibid., p. 284).

Steel, Matthew Groom of the Cellar 5 May 1820 (LS 2/46). Yeoman of the Cellar 10 Oct. 1820 (Ibid.). Pd. to 30 June 1834 (LS 2/60).

Steele, Leonard Turnbroach of the [Privy] Kitchen [Est. of ?1 Feb. 1715] (LS 13/44, f. 13). D. by 1 Jan. 1723 (LS 13/200, f. 76).

Steele, Nicholas Child of the Chapel Royal occ. 1755 (Chamberlayne [1755] II iii, 113). Voice changed by 7 July 1756 (LC 5/24, p. 271).

Steele, Richard (ktd. 9 Apr. 1715) Surveyor of the Stables (Hampton Court) 29 Sept. 1714 (LS 13/200, f. 19v). Vac. 11 June 1727 on d. of George I.

Steffkin (Steffkins; Stepkin), Christian Leopold Musician 19 July 1689 (RECM II, 27 citing LC 5/149, p. 189; LC 3/5, f. 15). Bur. 2 Dec. 1714 (BDECM, p. 1048).

Steffkin (Stoeffken), Frederick William Joint Musician for the Private Music (viol, w/Theodore Steffkin) 29 Nov. 1662 (RECM I, 39 citing LC 5/137, p. 281). Musician for the Private Music (viol) 7 Feb. 1674 (Ibid., p. 133 citing LC 5/140, p. 423). Position abolished aft. 6 Feb. 1685 on d. of Charles II. Musician 19 July 1689 (RECM II, 27 citing LC 5/149, p. 189; LC 3/5, f. 15). Surr. by 24 Nov. 1705 (LC 5/166, p. 179).

Steffkin, Theodore (Dietrich) Musician for the Private Music (viol) first occ. 16 July 1661 (RECM I, 19 citing LC 5/137, p. 76; initial app. Jan. 1636: New Grove XVIII, 99). Joint Musician for the Private Music (w/Frederick William Steffkin) 29 Nov. 1662 (RECM I, p. 39 citing LC 5/137, p. 281). D. by 7 Feb. 1674 (Ibid., p. 133 citing LC 5/140, p. 423).

Steidal, Anne Cleaner to the Lutheran Chapel 3 Feb. 1748 (LS 13/201, f. 106v; NCB, p. 99). D. by 24 Oct. 1780 (LS 13/203, f. 113).

Steidel (Steidal), Anna Maria Necessary Woman ['Cleaner'] to the Lutheran Chapel 2 Dec. 1723 (LS 13/200, f. 65v; LS 13/201, f. 16). D. by 3 Feb. 1748 (LS 13/201, f. 106v; NCB, p. 97).

Steidel, George Porter of the German Chapel occ. 1769-1774 (RK [1769], p. 80; last occ. ibid. [1774], p. 80). Vac. by 1775 (Ibid. [1775], p. 79; NB: a George Stiedel listed as receiving £31 'for Necessaries' CCR [1751], p. 84; last occ. CCK [1756], p. 128. CCR [1756], p. 86 lists John Christian Jacobi at £60; last occ. ibid. [1759], p. 84. George Steidal again CCR [1760], p. 84; listed as Porter in RK [1769], p. 80).

Steidal, Godfrey Porter of the Lutheran Chapel occ. 1718-1723 (Miege [1718], I, 352; last occ. ibid. [1723] I, 56). Vac. by Est. of 1727 (LS 13/49, p. 48).

Steil, Charles Fourth Child of the Kitchen 21 Mar. 1782 (LS 13/266, f. 115v). Third Child of the Kitchen 30 Aug. 1782 (Ibid., f. 117v). Second Child of the Kitchen 12 Oct. 1782 (Ibid., f. 118). D. by 16 Sept. 1793 (LS 13/267, f. 26v).

Stennet, Thomas Second Groom of the Household Kitchen 1 July 1727 (LS 13/263, f. 29). First Groom of the Household Kitchen 1 Dec. 1729 (Ibid., f. 42). D. by 14 Jan. 1732 (Ibid., f. 49).

Stent, John Keeper of the Stables at Kensington 29 Sept. 1714 (LS 13/200, f. 15). D. by 10 Dec. 1720 (Ibid., f. 53).

Stephen, John Clerk of the Cheque of the Gentlemen Pensioners 24 Jan. 1823 (HO 38/23, pp. 146-7). Res. by 6 June 1824 (Ibid., pp. 496-7).

Stephen (Stephens, Stevens), Robert Messenger of the Press 11 Dec. 1678 (LC 7/1, f. 67). Discharged by HM command 16 Dec. 1684 (Ibid.). Messenger of the Press 18 Apr. 1689 (LC 3/32, p. 78; LC 5/166, p. 149; LC 3/7, f. 14). Vac. (ev. rem.) by 17 Sept. 1719 (LC 3/63, p. 211).

Stephens, Edmund Second Groom of the Ewry 16 Nov. 1758 (LS 13/264, f. 35). First Groom of the Ewry 16 May 1759 (Ibid., f. 37v). Second Groom of the Ewry 15 Dec. 1760 (LS 13/266, f. 6). Assistant Clerk of the Spicery 1 July 1761 (Ibid., f. 27). Vac. by 1 Jan. 1762 (Ibid., f. 35v).

Stephens, Elizabeth Confectioner [Second Yeoman of the Confectionery] 3 July 1702 (LS 13/259, f. 21; LS 13/261, f. 4v). D. by 21 June 1716 (LS 13/261, f. 17).

Stephens, Francis Sergeant at Arms to the Treasury 27 June 1663 (LC 3/24, f. 10). Res. by 12 June 1673 (Ibid.).

Stephens (Stevens), Francis Waterman at Pension 17 Mar. 1727 (LC 3/64, p. 37; ibid., p. 116). D. by 15 Feb. 1734 (LC 3/65, p. 15).

Stephens (Stevens), Hugh Waterman 21 Oct. 1704 (LC 5/166, p. 168; LC 3/63, p. 63). D. by 30 Sept. 1717 (LC 3/63, p. 176).

Stephens, James Page of the Laundry occ. [1660] (MS. Carte 59, f. 123v). Prob. vac. 1661 (nl Add MSS. 36,781, f. 21).

Stephens, James Footman to the Master of the Horse 4 June 1761(LS 13/203, f. 23). No further occ.

Stephens, John Sewer of the Chamber in Extraordinary [to succ. at first vac.] 6 Mar. 1674 (LC 3/27, f. 83). No further occ.

Stephens, John Messenger surr. by 1 Oct. 1690 (LC 3/32, p. 76; LC 3/57, f. 46 gives dec.).

Stephens, Robert Historiographer 3 Feb. 1727 (LC 3/64, p. 32; ibid., p. 101). D. 9 Nov. 1732 (DNB LIV, 180).

Stephens, Thomas Gentleman Sewer in Ordinary [??/o fee] 12 June 1675 (LC 3/28, f. 7v). No further occ.

Stephens, Thomas Marshal Farrier occ. Est. of 28 Mar. 1682-Est. of early 1685 (Dartmouth MSS ox D [w] 1778/v/132). Vac. 6 Feb. 1685 on d. of Charles II.

Stephens, William Clerk of the Stables 30 May 1772 (MOH WB 1, p. 58). Rem. by 29 Mar. 1783 (Ibid., 2 p. 20).

Stephenson, --- Seamstress and House-maid to the Great Wardrobe occ. 1755-1775 (Chamberlayne [1755] II iii, 130; last occ. RK [1775], p. 74). Vac. by 1776 (RK [1776], p. 76).

Stephenson, Benjamin First Yeoman Cartaker 15 Dec. 1760 (LS 13/266, f. 16). Yeoman Cartaker 1 July 1761 (Ibid., f. 31). Vac. by Est. of 1 July 1782 (LS 13/60).

Stephenson, Frederick Charles Arthur Page of Honour 19 July 1831 (MOH WB 5, sub S). Vac. 20 June 1837 on d. of William IV.

Stephenson, Jane Chamber-Keeper to the Board of Greencloth 6 Nov. 1779 (LS 13/203, f. 124v). Office abolished 2 Nov. 1782 (LS 13/180, ff. 99, 95, 104v, 131).

Stephenson, John Yeoman Cartaker 1 July 1782 (LS 13/60). Cartaker 1 Jan. 1783 (LS 13/62). Office redundant 19 Feb. 1812 (LS 13/69 p. 59). Pd. to at least 1829 (LS 2/55).

Stephenson, Joseph Assistant to the Clerks of the Green Cloth pd. from July 1761 to Dec. 1781 (LS 2/1-8). Last occ. 1782 (RK [1782], p. 80). Office abolished 2 Nov. 1782 (LS 13/117, f. 95). Assistant Clerk of the Household 1 July 1782 (LS 13/266, f. 115v). D. by 6 July 1785 (LS 13/204, f. 27).

Stephenson, Mark Anthony Preaching Chaplain at Whitehall occ. 1 June 1777-1789 (Wh Pbk 1). Vac. 1790 (Ibid.).

Stephenson, Nicholas Gentleman Pensioner occ. 1754-1762 (CCR [1754], p. 95; ibid. [1762], p. 94). Vac. by 1763 (Ibid. [1763], pp. 94-95).

Stephenson, Simon Gentleman Pensioner occ. 1786-1790 (RK [1786], p. 98; last occ. ibid. [1790], p. 98). Vac. by 1791 (Ibid. [1791], p. 98).

Stephenson, William Under Porter at Somerset House 26 Oct. 1764 (LS 13/266, f. 42). [First or Second] Porter at Somerset House 27 Jan. 1768 (LS 13/266, f. 54). Pd. to 30 Sept. 1775 when office abolished (LS 2/6).

Stepney, George Supernumerary Assistant Groom of the Privy Chamber ('in ordinary Supernumerary') 8 Oct. 1664 (LC 3/25, f. 15). Last occ. Est. of 1 Oct. 1668 (LS 13/35, f. 18). D. n.d. temp. Charles II (LC 3/25, f. 15).

Stepney, John Sewer 'in Ordinary' (w/o fee) 15 Dec. 1669 (LC 3/26, f. 115v). No further occ.

Sterry, Samuel Waterman at Pension 16 Sept. 1756 (LC 3/66, p. 14). Vac. by Est. of 1782 (Shelburne MSS. 125, p. 181).

Stevens, Edmund Groom of the Bedchamber 10 Mar. 1812 (LC 3/68, p. 137). D. by 7 Sept. 1825 (LC 3/69, p. 88).

Stevens, Giles Musician for the Violin 12 Aug. 1676 (RECM I, 164 citing LC 5/141, p. 442). Vac. by 6 Feb.1685 on d. of Charles II.

Stevens, John Yeoman Huntsman of the Buckhounds 9 Sept. 1676 (LC 3/28, f. 72; ?app. to a second place 27 Jan. 1683: Ibid.). Vac. by 28 Jan. 1684 (Ibid.).

Stevens, John [Drummer] 23 Feb. 1816 (LC 3/68, p. 171). Rem. ("reduced") by 14 Sept. 1819 (Ibid., p . 194).

Stevens, Richard Yeoman of the Guard occ. 1696 (Hennell, p. 286). Vac. by 1699 (Miege [1699] III, 95-96).

Stevens, Richard Yeoman of the Guard first occ. 1735 (Chamberlayne [1735] II iii, 110; LC 3/58, f. 82v). D. by 5 Feb. 1764 (Ibid., p. 353).

Stevens, Robert Steven Preaching Chaplain at Whitehall occ. 17 Sept. 1821-1822 (Wh Pbk 1). Vac. 1823 (Ibid.).

Stevens, Thomas Messenger to the Chancellor of the Exchequer 1 July 1767 (E 403/2480, p. 317). Rem. by 7 Oct. 1767 (Ibid, p. 383).

Stevens, Thomas Preaching Chaplain at Whitehall occ. 18 July 1773-1774 (Wh Pbk 1). Vac. 1775 (Ibid.).

Stevens, Thomas Footman 7 Apr. 1813 (LS 13/204, f. 89v). Prom. by 25 Feb. 1815 (Ibid., f. 94v; but cf. MOH LB E, p. 414 for prom. to Page 11 May 1820; acc. LS 2/56, f. 38 pd. to 26 June 1830). Page of Backstairs 11 May 1820 (LC 3/69 f. 20). Ret. by 5 July 1830 (LC 1/14 no. 1083).

Stevenson, --- Surgeon Oculist 24 July 1830 (LC 3/69, p. 167). Last occ. 1831 (RK [1831], p. 119). No further occ.

Stevenson, James Messenger to the Chancellor of the Exchequer 21 Mar. 1761 (E 403/2479, p. 273). Rem. by 2 June 1762 (Ibid., p. 355).

Stevenson (Stephenson), John Trumpeter 13 Feb. 1684 (LC 3/28, f. 70; LC 3/56, p. 41; LC 3/32, p. 69; LC 5/166, p. 118). Ev. vac. 1 Aug. 1714 on d. of Anne.

Stevenson, Solomon Clerk of the Avery 2 Mar. 1726 (LS 13/200, f. 71; LS 13/201, f. 31v). Vac. 25 Oct. 1760 on d. of George II.

Stevenson, Thomas Sergeant at Arms 6 May 1785 (E 403/2483, p. 194). D. by 29 Aug. 1817 (E 403/2490, p. 187).

Stevenson, W. Fifth Yeoman Porter at Gate pd. from 6 Jan. 1824 (LS 2/50). Last occ. 1868 (RK [1868], p. 153). Vac. by 1869 (Ibid. [1869], p. 148).

Stevenson (Stephenson), William Footman 22 Dec. 1760 (LS 13/203, f. 12). D. by 4 Mar. 1779 (Ibid., f. 106).

Stevenson, William Assistant [Scourer] of the Silver Scullery 11 Oct. 1820 (LS 13/267, f. 94). Pd. to 5 Jan. 1824 (LS 2/50).

Steventon, John Pankeeper of the Silver Scullery 17 Mar. 1795 (LS 13/204, f. 118). D. 14 Apr. 1812 (LS 2/38).

Steward, Charles, [sen.] Waterman occ. [1660]-1663 (LC 3/2, f. 31; last occ. Est. of 1663: BIHR XIX [1942-43], p. 23). D. n.d. temp. Charles II (LC 3/25, f. 73).

Steward (Steuart), Charles, [jun.] Waterman 4 Nov. 1678 (LC 3/28, f. 80; LC 3/56, p. 37; LC 3/32, p. 89; LC 3/5, f. 15). Surr. by 27 Jan. 1711 [III] (LC 5/166, p. 259).

Steward, William Second Scourer of the Household Kitchen Est. of 1 July 1727 (LS 13/49, p. 32). Dismissed 'by the desire of my Steward' by 1 Oct. 1727 (LS 13/201, f. 112 ).

Steward, William Furner to the Pastry 14 Mar. 1729 (LS 13/263, f. 36v). D. by 15 June 1744 (Ibid., f. 95).

Stewart (Steuart), Charles, jun. [III] Waterman 27 Jan. 1711 (LC 5/166, p. 259; LC 3/63, p. 63). Vac. 11 June 1727 on d. of George I.

Stewart (Steuarte), Charles Fourth Yeoman Harbinger 15 June 1724 (LS 13/261, f. 42v). Fifth Yeoman Harbinger 1 July 1727 (LS 13/263, f. 20v). D. by 4 Oct. 1731 (Ibid., f. 48).

Stewart, Charles William (Stewart) 1st Lord see Stewart, Hon. Charles William

Stewart, Hon. Charles William (cr. Lord Stewart 18 June 1814; succ. as 3rd Marquess of Londonderry 12 Aug. 1822) Groom of the Bedchamber 28 July 1812 (LC 3/68, p. 151). Gentleman of the Bedchamber 25 June 1814 (Ibid., p. 165). Res. by 17 Apr. 1827 (LC 3/69, p. 116).

Stewart (Stuart), James Gentleman Usher Daily Waiter 11 Sept. 1727 (LC 3/64, p. 82; ibid., p. 52 gives 21 Aug. 1727 vacated). D. by 29 Apr. 1743 (LC 3/65, p. 157).

Stewart (Steward), John Waterman 2 May 1768 (LC 3/58, p. 385). D. by 12 July 1800 (LC 3/68, p. 60).

Stickman, John Helper in the Stables 15 Sept. 1737 (LS 13/201, f. 66v). Vac. by 1 Apr. 1740 (Ibid., f. 74v).

Stickman, John Mewskeeper [in London] 2 July 1747 (LS 13/201, f. 105v). D. by 22 Apr. 1749 (Ibid., f. 110v).

Stidwell (Stedwell), John Waterman 12 May 1685 (LC 3/56, p. 37). Vac. 11 Dec. 1688 on abd. of James II. Waterman at Pension [8 May 1689] (LC 3/32, p. 92; LC 3/5, f. 15, vacated). Vac. by 1713 (LC 3/5, f. 15, vacated).

Stilbeck (Stillbeck), Henry Groom of the Hunting Stable 1 July 1710 (LS 13/199, f. 62v; LS 13/200, f. 14v). Rem. upon award of a pension of £25 p.a. beg. 1 July 1724 on 3 Aug. 1724 (LS 13/260; LS 13/200, f. 69).

Stilbeck, Thomas Footman to the Master of the Horse July 1751 (LS 13/202, f. 5v). Vac. 25 Oct. 1760 on d. of George II.

Stileman, Thomas Helper in the Stables 22 Dec. 1760 (LS 13/203, f. 11v). Chaiseman 23 Apr. 1763 (MOH WB 1, p. 27). Dismissed by 4 July 1777 (Ibid., p. 125).

Stiles, John Yeoman of the Male 25 Mar. 1676 (LS 13/197, f. 40v). Vac. by Est. of 28 Mar. 1682 (Dartmouth MSS ox D [w] 1778/v/132).

Stillingfleet, --- Preaching Chaplain at Whitehall occ. 5 Feb. 1727 (Wh Pbk 1). Vac. 1728 (Ibid.).

Stillingfleet, Edward Chaplain in Ordinary 4 Apr. 1665 (LC 3/26, f. 32). Chaplain in Waiting occ. Est. of 24 Apr. 1669-1689 (LC 3/25, f. 40v; LC 3/24, f. 14; LC 3/56, p. 28; LC 3/32, p. 45). Prob. res. 1689 on app. as Bishop of Worcester (Miege [1691] III, 162-63; nom. 9 Sept., cons. 13 Oct. 1689: HBC, p. 281).

Stillingfleet, Thomas Gentleman of the Cellar 15 Dec. 1760 (LS 13/265, ff. 9v, 17). D. by 4 Nov. 1789 (Ibid., f. 60v).

Stillingfleet, Thomas Page of the Backstairs 11 Apr. 1771 (LS 13/203, p. 92). Vac. 19 Feb. 1812 on app. as Page of the Backstairs at Windsor (T 38/526 p. 3).

Stillman, John Groom of the Pantry 29 Sept. 1660 (LS 13/9, f. 4A; listed as supernumerary on Est. of 1 Oct. 1664: LS 13/34, f. 24). D. by 15 Oct. 1676 (LS 13/254, f. 14: acc. LS 13/9, f. 5, d. by 5 Oct.).

Stinte, Henry Gentleman Pensioner in Extraordinary 24 July 1663 (Badminton MSS Fm H 2/4/1, f. 64). Dismissed ('By my Ld. of Clevelands commande signified by Mr Cotle': ibid.).

Stinton, Thomas Preaching Chaplain at Whitehall 1775 (AO II, 1356). Occ. 21 Jan. 1776-1784 (Wh Pbk 1). Vac. 1785 (Ibid.).

Stirky (Sterky), Alexander [Preacher] 'Chaplain' of the French Chapel 22 Mar. 1817 (LS 13/204, f. 99v). Last occ. 1835 (RK [1835], p. 123). Vac. by 1836 (Ibid. [1836], p. 124).

Stirling, Stephen Silversmith in Ordinary (?w/fee) 27 May 1671 (LC 3/27, f. 35v). Ev. vac. 6 Feb. 1685 on d. of Charles II.

Stisted, Edward Daily Waiter in Hall in Extraordinary 22 Dec. 1670 (LS 13/252, f. 193). Did not succeed to office.

Stoakeham, - Physician 'in Ordinary Supernumerary' 17 July 1670 (LC 3/26, f. 141v). No further occ.

Stoakes, Richard Physician in Extraordinary 28 Feb. 1665 (LC 3/26, f. 143). Physician in Ordinary [?w/o fee] cert. renewed 8 July 1672 (LC 3/27, f. 47v). No further occ.

Stoakes (Stockan)], Thomas Second Scourer of the Household Kitchen 1 Oct. 1727 (LS 13/201, f. 112). D. by 1 Jan. 1749 (Ibid., f. 127v).

Stock, Arthur Yeoman of the Pantry 22 Aug. 1660 (LS 13/7, f. 2v; listed as supernumerary on Est. of 1 Oct. 1664: LS 13/34, f. 24). Vac. by 15 Apr. 1678 (LS 13/254 f. 23v).

Stockbridge, George Waterman 23 Mar. 1776 (LC 3/67, p. 90; sl Est. 1782: Shelburne MSS. 125, p. 181). No further occ.

Stockdale, John Standard Bearer of the Gentlemen Pensioners 2 Jan. 1818 (HO 38/18, pp. 482-3). Vac. by 27 Aug. 1820 (HO 38/21, pp. 274-5).

Stocken, Rebecca Mistress Seamstress and Starcher 9 Nov. 1714 (LC 3/63, p. 17). Vac. 11 June 1727 on d. of George I.

Stocking, Henry Child of the Chapel Royal voice changed by 5 Jan. 1791 (AO 1/429/8).

Stockton, Francis Yeoman of the Guard occ. 1736-1748 (Chamberlayne [1736] II iii, 190; last occ. ibid. [1748] II iii, 135). Vac. by Est. of 5 Apr. 1755 (Ibid. [1755] II iii, 131-32).

Stockton, Thomas Joint Second Groom of the Bakehouse 12 Dec. 1741 (LS 13/263, f. 88). Yeoman of the Bakehouse 1 Dec. 1742 (Ibid., f. 91v). D. by 4 Aug. 1747 (Ibid., f. 110).

Stockwell, John Messenger to the Chancellor of the Exchequer 6 Mar. 1701(LC 5/166, p. 53). Rem. 12 Apr. 1701 (Ibid., p. 55). Messenger to the Chancellor of the Exchequer 22 June 1708 (Ibid., p. 217). Rem. by 22 Aug. 1710 (Ibid., p. 255).

Stokeham, William Physician to the Person 2 July 1689 (LC 3/31, p. 56). Discharged by 26 Apr. 1691 (Ibid.).

Stokes (Stockes), George Groom of the Vestry 17 Mar. 1801 (LS 13/204, f. 60). D. by 7 Dec. 1814 (Ibid., f. 92).

Stokes, Sarah Necessary Woman (to the German Chancery) pd. from 5 Jan. 1784 to 5 Jan. 1789 (AO 1/427/3-428-5). Vac. by 5 Jan. 1789 (AO 1/428/6).

Stokes, William Office Keeper to the Treasurer of the Chamber occ. 1773-1777 (RK [1773], p. 89; last occ. ibid. [1777], p. 87). Vac. by 1778 (Ibid. [1778], p. 86).

Stolte (Stolt), Lambert Groom of the Stables 9 Dec. 1727 (LS 13/201, f. 22). D. by 25 Aug. 1738 (Ibid., f. 70v).

Stolte (Stolt), Philip Groom of the Crown [Coursers' or Great Horse] Stable 19 May 1690 (LS 13/198, f. 33v). Vac. 8 Mar. 1702 on d. of William III.

Stone, --- Yeoman of the Guard occ. June 1812 (RA 1681 GEO ADD 17/79). No further occ.

Stone, Archimedes Messenger of the Board of Greencloth [Accompting House] 17 Mar. 1757 (LS 13/264, f. 28; LS 13/266, ff. 3, 26v). D. by 16 July 1770 (LS 13/266, f. 68v).

Stone, Charles Sergeant at Arms to the Lord Chancellor 16 Apr. 1713 (LC 5/166, p. 297; LC 3/63, p. 27). D. by 13 Jan. 1716 (LC 3/63, p. 129).

Stone, Edmund Messenger of the Accompting House 4 Mar. 1725 (LS 13/261, f. 44; LS 13/263, f. 18v). Res. by 17 Mar. 1757 (LS 13/264, f. 28).

Stone, George Corporal of the Yeomen of the Guard 6 Apr. 1782 (HO 38/1, p. 29). Res. by 4 Sept. 1782 (Ibid., p. 141).

Stone, George Second Clerk of the Household 9 Feb. 1793 (LS 13/265, f. 63v). First Clerk of the Household 11 Oct. 1800 (Ibid., f. 68). Pd. to 1 Sept. 1815 (LS 2/41).

Stone, Guy Messenger 17 Aug. 1730 (LC 3/64, p. 212). D. by 23 Mar. 1731 (Ibid., p. 221).

Stone, James Yeoman of the Guard occ. 1691 (Hennell, p. 258; last occ. Chamberlayne [1694] II, 251). Vac. by 1696 (Hennell, p. 286).

Stone, John Chaplain in Extraordinary 13 Jan. 1685 (LC 3/28, f. 33). No further occ.

Stone, John. sen. Groom of the Great Chamber 29 Jan. 1700 (LC 5/166, p. 33; ibid., p. 84). Surr. by 25 Nov. 1707 (Ibid., p. 208).

Stone, John, jun. Groom of the Great Chamber 25 Nov. 1707 (LC 5/166 p. 208; LC 3/63 p. 44; LC 3/64 p. 64). D. by 9 Sept. 1736 (LC 3/65 p. 51).

Stone, John Yeoman of the Guard 16 Oct. 1765 (LC 3/58, p. 369). Pd. to 5 Jan. 1791 (AO 3/106/1-7). Vac. by 5 Jan. 1792 (Ibid., no. 8).

Stone, Jolly Yeoman of the Guard occ. Est. of 20 Aug. 1667 (Hennell, p. 257). Vac. by Est. of c. 1673-78 (LC 3/24, f. 27).

Stone, Mark (Moasher) Gentleman Pensioner occ. 1762-1771 (CCR [1762], p. 95; last occ. RK [1771], p. 84). Vac. by 1772 (Ibid. [1772], pp. 84-85).

Stone, Rene Joiner of the Privy Chamber 27 Jan. 1752 (LC 3/65, p. 256; LC 3/58, f. 90). D. by 10 Jan. 1774 (LC 3/67, p. 66).

Stone, Richard Assistant Clerk of the Household 6 Apr. 1810 (LS 13/204, f. 125v). Pd. to 1 Sept. 1815 (LS 2/41).

Stone, Robert Yeoman of the Guard occ. Est. of c. 1673-78-1694 (LC 3/24, f. 27; LC 3/30, f. 70v; last occ. Chamberlayne [1694], II, 251). Vac. by 1696 (Hennell, p. 286).

Stone, Symon, Mender of Pictures 16 May 1666 (LC 3/25, f. 82v). Surr. by 1 Oct. 1672 (LC 3/27, f. 51v. NB: a John Stone Copier of Pictures c. 1660: LC 3/2, f. 27v).

Stone (Stones), Thomas Second Yeoman Harbinger 3 June 1746 (LS 13/263, f. 108; LS 13/266, ff. 14v, 33v). First Yeoman Harbinger by 1 May 1780 (LS 13/266, f. 108v; LS 13/60, f.2A). Office abolished c. 2 Nov. 1782 (LS 13/180, ff. 104v, 144; LS 13/62).

Stonehewer, Richard Historiographer 24 Feb. 1755 (LC 3/65, p. 287). Office abolished 14 Nov. 1782 (LS 13/117, pp. 71, 73).
--Knight Harbinger 7 Jan. 1757 (LC 3/66, p. 21). Surr. 23 May 1797 (T 53/62, p. 138).

Stonehouse, Robert Chaplain in Ordinary 24 Jan. 1680 (LC 3/28, f. 24). No further occ.

Stoner, Robert Waterman occ. [1660]-1661 (LC 3/2, f. 31; Add. MSS. 36, 781, f. 18) Vac. by 1663 (BIHR XIX [1942-43], pp. 22-23).

Stoner, William Waterman [1660] (LC 3/2, f. 31). Surr. by 15 Apr. 1678 (LC 3/28, f. 80).

Stones, Thomas Groom of the Crown [Coursers' or Great Horse] Stable occ. Est. of 28 Mar. 1682-Est. of early 1685 (Dartmouth MSS ox D [w] 1778/v/132). Vac. 6 Feb. 1685 on d. of Charles II.

Stonhouse, Sir John, 3rd Bart. Comptroller of the Household 17 Aug. 1713 (LS 13/258, f. 101v). Rem. by 21 Oct. 1714 (LS 13/260, app. of Hugh Boscawen).

Stopford, James George (Stopford) styled Viscount (succ. as 3rd Earl of Courtown 30 Mar. 1810) Treasurer of the Household 20 June 1793 (LS 13/265, f. 64v). Res. by 12 Feb. 1806 (Ibid., f. 74). Treasurer of the Household 31 Mar. 1807 (Ibid., f. 75). Captain of the Gentlemen Pensioners 26 Mar. 1812 (HO 38/15, pp. 42-3). Vac. by 1 Sept. 1827 (LC 3/69, p. 120). Captain of the Yeomen of the Guard 5 Jan. 1835 (HO 38/32, p. 188). Vac. by 23 Apr. 1835 (Ibid., p. 404).

Stopford, Hon. Richard Bruce Chaplain 8 Jan. 1800 (LC 3/68, p. 55; LC 3/70, p. 11). D. 2 Dec. 1844 (AO II, 1361).

Storck (Stirck, Shirke), Derrick (Derarck) Groom Coachman 19 May 1690 (LS 13/198, f. 34). Vac. 8 Mar. 1702 on d. of William III.

Storer, Jude Messenger 5 Oct. 1720 (LC 3/63, p. 235; LC 3/64, p. 58; LC 3/67, p. 39; last occ. CCR [1761], p. 78). Vac. by 1762 (CCK [1762], p. 82).

Storer, Thomas Yeoman of the Guard 19 Apr. 1757 (LC 3/58, p. 38). Last occ. 6 Mar. 1761 (Ibid., f. 82v). Vac. by 5 Jan. 1784: AO 3/106/1).

Storer, Thomas Groom of the Great Chamber 28 Apr. 1773 (LC 3/67, p. 61). D. by 14 Feb. 1799 (LC 3/68, p. 50).

Storer, William Groom of the Great Chamber in Extraordinary 3 Oct. 1662 (LC 3/26, f. 136). No further occ.

Storey, Abraham (Alra) Yeoman of the Guard occ. Est. of 20 Aug. 1667 (Hennell, p. 258). Supernumerary Yeoman of the Guard occ. Est. of c. 1673-78 (LC 3/24, f. 27). Yeoman of the Guard occ. list of 1 Oct. 1684-1696 (A General and Compleat List, p. 2; LC 3/30, f. 70; last occ. 1696 (Hennell, p. 286). Vac. by 1699 (Miege [1699] III, 95-96).

Story, Ferdinando Supernumerary Turnbroach of the [Privy] Kitchen Est. of 1 Oct. 1664 (LS 13/34, f. 27). Vac. by Est. of 1 Oct. 1668 (LS 13/35, f. 20v).

Story, Robert Waterman 25 June 1723 (LC 3/63, p. 291). Vac. 11 June 1727 on d. of George I. Waterman 7 Jan. 1732 (LC 3/64, p. 232). D. by 7 May 1737 (LC 3/65, p. 37).

Stotherd, Alfred Joseph Medal Engraver 22 Feb. 1827 (LC 3/69, p. 107; reap. 20 Sept. 1830: ibid., p. 161). No further occ.

Stott, Cuthbert Stud Groom first occ. 1743 (CCR [1743], p. 17). Prob. vac. 25 Oct. 1760 on d. of George II.

Stoughton, Tymothy Groom of the Privy Chamber in Extraordinary 29 Nov. 1662 (LC 3/26, f. 109).

Stow, Stephen Feeders of the Buckhounds 6 Apr. 1812 (MOH EB 4, p. 11). Vac. by 1830 (MOH LB F, p. 553).

Strachan, John Gentleman Usher Quarter Waiter 30 Mar. 1829 (LC 3/69, p. 142; LC 3/70, p. 4).

Strachey, Henry (cr. Bart. 15 June 1801) Master of the Household 16 July 1794 (LS 13/265, f. 65). D. 3 Jan. 1810 (DNB, 1st supp. III, 364).

Strachey, John Chaplain 16 Apr. 1774 (LC 3/67, p. 67). D. 17 Dec. 1818 (AC II vi, 62).

Strachey, Lucy Sweeper of the Courts and Passages at St. James's [?11] Oct. 1805 (LS 13/204, f. 123). Pd. to 10 July 1815 ?when position abolished (LS 2/41). Sweeper of the Courts and Passages at St. James's pd. from 5 Jan. 1830 to 31 Dec. 1833 (LS 2/56-58, f. 5). Vac. by 1 Jan. 1834 (LS 2/59, f. 4).

Stracy, Henry Messenger in Extraordinary 5 July 1661 (LC 3/26, f. 130). No further occ.

Stradling (Stradlyng), George Chaplain in Ordinary 14 May 1668 (LC 3/26, f. 32v). Chaplain in Waiting occ. by 1669-1684 (LC 3/25, f. 39v; LC 3/24, f. 14; LC 3/30, f. 38, vacated). Vac. by 1687 (LC 3/29, f. 30; Chamberlayne [1687], pp. 157-58; d. 18 Apr. 1688: WAR , p. 221).

Stradling, Jenkin Page of the Presence Chamber 10 July 1812 (LC 3/68, p. 145). Page of the Bedchamber 14 Oct. 1816 (Ibid., p. 177). Last occ. 1822 (RK [1822] p. 117). Vac. by 1823 (Ibid. [1823], p. 117).

Stradling, Thomas Sergeant Porter 12 Jan. 1687 (Stowe MS 196, f. 78v; LS 13/255, f. 21v). Vac. 11 Dec. 1688 on abd. of James II.

Strange, Thomas Waterman 2 July 1719 (LC 3/63, p. 208; LC 3/64, p. 87). D. by 1 Feb. 1746 (LC 3/65, p. 193).

Stratford (Stradford), [?Nicholas] Chaplain in Ordinary 2 Jan. 1685 (LC 3/28, f. 33). Chaplain c. 28 Dec. 1687 (on d. of Thomas Pettus: LC 3/30, f. 37). Last occ. c. 1689-1690 (LC 3/32, p. 45, vacated). Vac. c. 1690 on app. of William Paine (Ibid.; AC I iii, 324 [if Nicholas, res. 1689 on app. as Bishop of Chester: nom 22 June, cons. 15 Sept. 1689: HBC, p. 238]).

Stratford, Daniel Servant to the Scourers [Assistant Scourer] of the Kitchen 12 Mar. 1762 (LS 13/203, f. 116v). D. by 7 Mar. 1796 (LS 13/267, f. 32).

Stratford, Richard Goldsmith 20 Nov. 1671 (LC 3/26, f. 65v; sl LC 3/27, f. 85v). Ev. vac. 6 Feb. 1685 on d. of Charles II.

Stratford, [William] Chaplain 23 Jan. 1711 (LC 5/166, p. 260; LC 3/63, p. 128). Vac. by 28 Feb. 1717 (LC 3/63, p. 153).

Strathavon, Charles (Gordon) styled Lord Gentleman of the Bedchamber 27 May 1826 (LC 3/69, p. 97). Res. by 4 Aug. 1830 (LC 3/70, p. 46).

Stratman, Abraham Horsehuntsman Est. beg. 25 Mar. 1689 (LS 13/257, p. 46). No further occ.

Straw (Strow), Richard Pankeeper of the Scullery 1 July 1685 (LS 13/10, f. 10v). First Pankeeper of the Scullery 1 Apr. 1689 (Ibid.). D. by 5 Aug. 1691 (Ibid.).

Strayne, Thomas Messenger to the Auditor for Gloucester, Hampshire, and Wiltshire 20 Dec. 1667 (LC 3/26, f. 129v). No further occ.

Streat, Richard Preaching Chaplain at Whitehall occ. 7 May 1727-1731 (Wh Pbk 1). Vac. 1732 (Ibid.)

Streatfield, Robert Joint Second Groom of the Bakehouse 12 Dec. 1741 (LS 13/263, f. 88). Yeoman of the Bakehouse 4 Aug. 1747 (Ibid., f. 110). D. by 27 Feb. 1751 (LS 13/264, f. 9v).

Streatfield, William Preaching Chaplain at Whitehall occ. 18 Dec. 1825-1827 (Wh Pbk 1). Vac. 1828 (Ibid.).

Street, Henry Yeoman of the Guard occ. 1728-1748 (Chamberlayne [1728] II iii, 189; last occ. ibid. [1748] II ii, 134). Vac. by Est. of 5 Apr. 1755 (Ibid. [1755] II iii, 131-32).

Street, Hudson Yeoman of the Guard occ. 1726-1729 (Chamberlayne [1726] II iii, 125; last occ. ibid. [1729] II iii, 110-11). Vac. by 1735 (Ibid. [1735] II iii, 110-11).

Street, Thomas Groom of the Confectionery 2 Feb. 1756 (LS 13/264, f. 26; LS 13/266, f. 5v). Second Yeoman of the Confectionery 1 July 1761 (LS 13/266, f. 32). First Yeoman of the Confectionery 1 Jan. 1762 (Ibid., f. 36). D. by 22 Oct. 1796 (LS 13/267, f. 33v).

Streeter, E. Kitchen Maid pd. from 1 Apr. to 30 June 1830 (LS 2/59, f. 2). Vac. 1 July 1830 (Ibid.).

Stretfield, Stephen Yeoman of the Guard occ. Est. of 20 Aug. 1667 (Hennell, p. 258). Supernumerary Yeoman of the Guard occ. Est. of c. 1673-78 (LC 3/24, f. 27, vacated). No further occ.

Strickland, Matthew [Fourth] Yeoman Porter at Gate 14 Feb. 1732 (LS 13/263, f. 50). Third Yeoman Porter at Gate 16 Nov. 1736 (Ibid., f. 68v). Second Yeoman Porter at Gate 30 Mar. 1738 (Ibid., f. 73v). First Yeoman Porter at Gate 1 Jan. 1741 (Ibid., f. 83). D. by 18 May 1750 (LS 13/264, f. 7).

Strickland, Walter Equerry of the Hunting Stable 23 May 1663 (CSPD 1663-4, p. 148).

Under Housekeeper at York 2 May 1668 (LC 3/24, f. 12v).

D. by 21 Jan. 1671 (LS 13/253, f. 21; HP 1660-90 III, 506).

Stringer, John Groom of the Hunting Stable 4 Oct. 1700 (LS 13/198, f. 70). Vac. 8 Mar. 1702 on d. of William III.

Stringer, Thomas Groom of the Chamber 'in Ordinary without fee' ('Ext') 29 Mar. 1666 (LC 3/26, f. 138). No further occ.

Striver, Richard Groom of the Great Chamber in Extraordinary 20 Oct. 1663 (LC 3/26, f. 136v). No further occ.

Strode (Strond), Charles Child of the Chapel Royal first occ. 1720 (PSBC, p. 52). Voice changed by 26 May 1724 (LC 5/158, f. 151v).

Strode, Cecilia Housekeeper at Newmarket 11 Oct. 1799 (LC 3/68, p. 53). Position abolished by the Establishment of 1823 (LC 3/21).

Strode, Essex Gentleman Usher Quarter Waiter 16 Dec. 1670 (LC 3/24, f. 8). Surr. by 3 Mar. 1675 (Ibid.; LS 13/197, f. 25).

Strode (aft. Parker), Grace Isabella Necessary Woman (to the Ball Room at St. James's) 4 July 1801 (LC 3/68, p. 67; LC 3/72, p. 378). Last occ. 1858 (RK [18568], p. 148). Vac. 1859 (Ibid. [1859], p. 149).

Strode, Isabella Housekeeper at Newmarket 13 Dec. 1793 (LC 3/68, p. 5). Surr. by 11 Oct. 1799 (LC 3/68, p. 53). Housekeeper and Keeper of the Standing Wardrobe at Kensington 10 Apr. 1803 (LC 3/68, p. 77 [from c. 1807 Isabella Fielding listed in RK as Keeper of the Standing Wardrobe at Kensington, but this appears to be an error produced by the omission of her title as Laundress]). Housekeeper of the State Apartments at Kensington 11 Oct. 1830 (LC 3/70, p. 2). Last occ. 1837 (RK [1837], p. 120). D. by 24 Jan. 1837 (LC 3/70, p. 185).

Strode, James Chaplain first occ. 1774 (RK [1774], p. 79). D. 1 Apr. 1787 (GM [1787] LVII [1], 366).

Strong, Edward Musician for the Violin [1660] (LC 3/2, f. 21v; RECM I, 9 citing LC 5/137, p. 243).
--Musician for the Wind Instruments (treble hautbois) 6 Dec. 1660 (RECM V, 26 citing C 66/2943 no. 38).

D. 3 Nov. 1663 (BDECM, p. 1057; but cf. RECM I, 221 which continues to list him on 20 July 1665).

Strong, James Third Groom of the Cellar 1 Mar. 1714 (LS 13/259, f. 56v). Second Groom of the Cellar 1 Feb. 1715 (LS 13/261, f. 10). First Groom of the Cellar 16 Dec. 1717 (Ibid., f. 22). Third Yeoman of the Cellar 24 Jan. 1719 (Ibid., f. 26v, app. prob. coinciding with that of Henry Allen as Second Groom). Second Yeoman of the Cellar 5 Nov. 1722 (Ibid., f. 36v; LS 13/263, f. 10v). First Yeoman of the Cellar 23 Feb. 1730 (LS 13/263, f. 44; LS 13/266, f. 4v). Rem. by 1 July 1761 (LS 13/55; LS 13/265, f. 20v).

Strong (Strange), John Musician for the Violin 18 June 1660 (BDECM, p. 1058; LC 3/2, f. f. 21v).
--Musician for the Wind Instruments occ. list of 14 Oct. 1663 (RECM V, 44 citing E 179/266/22; initial app. 10 Dec. 1641: BDECM, p. 1058).

D. by 4 Sept. 1674 on app. of Thomas Farmer to the Violins and Jeffrey Ayleworth to the Wind Instruments (Ibid., p. 152 citing LC 5/141, p. 243; however, BDECM, p. 1060 gives a d. date of 9 Aug. 1675).

Strong, Robert Musician for the Violins [1660] (LC 3/2, f. 21v). Vac. 6 Feb. 1685 on d. of Charles II.
--Musician for the Wind Instruments occ. list of 12 Nov. 1663 (RECM I, 50 citing LC 5/138, pp. 380-81; LC 3/26, f. 37; initial app. 20 June 1638: BDECM, p. 1061). Position abolished 6 Feb. 1685 on d. of Charles II. Musician 22 July 1689 (RECM II, 27 citing LC 5/149, p. 190). D. by 18 June 1694 (RECM II, 51 citing LC 9/259, f. 83v).

Strong, Stephen Musician for the Wind Instruments (sackbut) 21 Nov. 1661 (RECM I, 23 citing LC 5/137, pp. 253-54). D. by 6 Apr. 1665 (Ibid., pp. 61-62 citing LC 5/138, pp. 48, 422).

Strong, William Chaplain 7 July 1825 (LC 3/69, p. 82; LC 3/70, p. 11). D. 8 Sept. 1842 (AC II vi, 69).

Strongistharm, William Engraver of the Seals (?joint w/ George Halfide) 1 Sept. 1830 (LC 3/69, p. 158). Last occ. 1856 (RK [1856], p. 153). Vac. by 1857 (Ibid. [1857], p. 154).

Strongitharm, William Yeoman of the Cellar at Carlton House 19 Feb. 1812 (LS 13/267 f. 68v). Pd. to 10 Oct. 1820 (LS 2/46).

Stronwick (Strodwick), Robert Supernumerary Turnbroach of the [Privy] Kitchen Est. of 1 Oct. 1664 (LS 13/34, f. 27v). Second Turnbroach of the Household Kitchen Est. of 1 Oct. 1668 (LS 13/35, f. 26v). D. Oct. 1683 (LS 13/9, f. 9A).

Stroud (Stroud), Benjamin Gentleman Pensioner occ 1691-1692 (Miege [1691], p. 152; last occ. Chamberlayne [1692], p. 137). Vac. by 1693 (Miege [1693] III, 407).

Stroud, John Chamber Keeper of the Observatory at Kew 5 Apr. 1823 (LC 3/69, p. 64; reap. 24 July 1830). No further occ.

Stroud, Thomas Messenger 24 Dec. 1684 (LC 3/28, f. 68v). Vac. 6 Feb. 1685 on d. of Charles II.

Stroud, William Assistant Scourer of the Kitchen 6 Jan. 1784 (LS 13/204, f. 112). D. by 6 July 1792 (LS 13/267, f. 23).

Strubel, George Musician 13 Apr. [1814] (LC 3/68, p. 161; LC 3/70, p. 5). Last occ. 1846 (RK [1846], p. 147). D. by 31 Aug. 1846 (LC 3/71, p. 290).

Strubel, George Sergeant at Arms 11 July 1820 (E 403/2492, p. 213; LC 3/70, p. 48). D. by 16 Aug. 1846 (LC 3/71, p. 295).

Struck, John Yeoman of the Guard occ. 1694-1700 (Chamberlayne [1694] II, 251; last occ. ibid. [1700] III, 508). Vac. by 1707 (Chamberlayne [1707] III, 555-56).

Strull, Richard Chaplain in Extraordinary 27 June 1670 (LC 3/26, f. 128v). No further occ.

Strutt, Francis Messenger 3 Sept. 1678 (LC 7/1, f. 65v). Vac. 6 Feb. 1685 on d. of Charles II. Messenger 31 May 1686 (LC 3/30, f. 62; LC 3/29, f. 46v gives 31 May 1688). Vac. 11 Dec. 1688 on abd. of James II.

Struver, Henry Groom of the Great Chamber 12 Nov. 1829 (LC 3/69, p. 144; LC 3/70, p. 6). D. by 1 Jan. 1862 (LC 5/237, p. 282).

Stuart, Charles [?IV] Waterman 2 July 1728 (LC 3/64, p. 161). D. by 13 Sept. 1735 (LC 3/65, p. 36).

Stuart, Charles Drummer occ. 7 Apr. 1767-8 Mar. 1779 (LC 5/29, p. 204; last occ. LC 5/30).

No further occ.

Stuart, Richard Waterman 7 May 1737 (LC 3/65, p. 58). D. by 9 Aug. 1760 (LC 3/66, p. 77).

Stuart, William Helper in the Stables 1 July 1833 (MOH SB 1, p. 159).

Stubbington, William Waterman in Extraordinary 29 Jan. 1671 (LC 3/26, f. 154). No further occ.

Stubbington, William Waterman 6 Nov. 1699 (LC 5/166, p. 27). D. by 7 Mar. 1710 (Ibid., p. 242).

Stubble, William Porter at the Lower Gate of the Mews 28 Feb. 1807 (LS 13/204, f. 77v). D. 5 Dec. 1828 (MOH SB 1, p. 23).

Stubbs, --- Chaplain in Ordinary 2 Sept. 1691 (LC 3/32, p. 50). No further occ.

Stubbs, Edmund Chaplain in Extraordinary 5 Oct. 1675 (LC 3/28, f. 23). No further occ.

Stubbs, Elizabeth Rat-killer 14 Feb. 1727 (LC 3/64, p. 34; ibid., p. 98). D. by 7 Oct. 1741 (LC 3/65, p. 128).

Stubbs, Samuel Rat-killer 28 Apr. 1714 (LC 5/166, p. 206; LC 3/63, p. 53). D. by 14 Feb. 1727 (LC 3/64, p. 34).

Studholme, Michael Surveyor of the Highways 20 Apr. 1689 (LS 13/198, f. 26; LS 13/200, f. 20v).
--Clerk of the Stables 6 July 1702 (LS 13/199, f. 4v; LS 13/200, f. 20v).

D. 13 Aug. 1716 (LS 13/200, f. 35; CTB XXXI, 174).

Stukeley, William Yeoman Keeper of Ice and Snow 15 Dec. 1760 (LS 13/266, f. 25). Vac. by 1 July 1761 (Ibid., f. 29v).
--Gentleman and Yeoman of the Mouth of the Pantry 17 Dec. 1760 (LS 13/265, ff. 8, 19). Rem. by 15 Jan. 1774 (Ibid., f. 44).

Stukely (?née Gibson), Mary Joint Laundress of the [Table and] Household by 1760 (LS 13/266, f. 19: warrant of appointment for Ann Pavonarious). Vac. 25 Oct. 1760 on d. of George II.

Sturges, John Chaplain 5 May 1773 (LC 3/67, p. 62). Surr. by 8 Dec. 1801 (LC 3/68, p. 69).

Sturgis, Francis Keeper of the Stables at Hampton Court 6 July 1702 (LS 13/199, f. 7v; LS 13/200, f. 20; LS 13/201, f. 25v). D. by 6 Mar. 1733 (LS 13/201, f. 51).

Sturkey, William Helper in the Stables 29 Dec. 1790 (MOH WB 1, p. 140). Keeper of the Stables [at Kensington] 23 Feb. 1801(LS 13/204, f. 59v). Vac. by 6 Apr. 1831 (MOH 2/256).

Sturt, Anthony Under Housekeeper at Whitehall 19 Mar. 1670 (w/Thomas Morris by assignment of George Kirke the yr.) (LC 7/1, f. 49; LC 3/24, f. 12v). Suspended by HM command n.d. temp. Charles II (LC 7/1, f. 49).

Sturt, Sir Humphrey, Kt. Standard Bearer of the Gentlemen Pensioners pd. from 25 Mar. 1681 (E 407/2/66). D. by 21 June 1684 (CSPD 1684-5, p. 74).

Style, Richard Groom of the Chamber 'in Ordinary without fee' 31 Jan. 1670 (LC 3/26, f. 139v). No further occ.

Style, Thomas Page of Honour 19 May 1731 (LS 13/201, f. 47). Vac. by 1 Apr. 1737 (Ibid., f. 64).

Style, William Closet Keeper at Whitehall 6 Jan. 1830 (NCB, p. 72). D. by 1 July 1837 (Ibid.).

Suckley, Ralph Keeper of the Standing Wardrobe at Greenwich 16 Aug. 1682 (LC 3/28, f. 20v). Vac. by 13 Nov. 1683 (LC 3/28, f. 20v).

Suckleying, Francis Yeoman of the Guard occ. Est. of c. 1673-78 (LC 3/24, f. 27). Vac. by list of 1 Oct. 1684 (A General and Compleat List, p. 2).

Sudbury, [John] Chaplain in Waiting first occ. Est. of 1661 (Add. MSS. 36,781, f. 11; LC 3/24, f. 14; last occ. Chamberlayne [1684], p. 171). [If John] bur. 3 Dec. 1684 (AC I iv, 183).

Suffield, John Writing Engraver 24 July 1830 (LC 3/69, p. 150). No further occ.

Suffolk, James (Howard) 3rd Earl of Gentleman of the Bedchamber 4 Mar. 1665 (LC 3/24, f. 2). Vac. 6 Feb. 1685 on d. of Charles II.

Suft, Charles Second Clerk to the Lord Chamberlain occ. 1748-1754 (Chamberlayne [1748] II, 105; last occ. CCR [1754], p. 76). Vac. by 1755 (CCR [1755], p. 76).

Sumers, Francis Groom of the Great Chamber in Extraordinary 20 Aug. 1664 (LC 3/26, f. 136v). No further occ.

Sumner, Charles Richard Historiographer 21 May 1821 (LC 3/69, p. 29). Last occ. 1826 (RK [1826], p. 118). Vac. by 1827 (Ibid. [1827], p. 118).
--Librarian at Carlton House 21 May 1821 (LC 3/69, p. 30). Vac. by 26 Apr. 1826 (Ibid., p. 102).
--Chaplain 21 May 1821 (LC 3/69, p. 29). Res. by 31 Mar. 1826 on app. as Bishop of Llandaff (Ibid., p. 95; nom. 25 Apr., cons. 21 May 1826: HBC, p. 294) .
--Deputy Clerk of the Closet occ. 1825-1826 (RK [1825], p. 120; last occ. ibid. [1826], p. 120). Vac. by 1827 (Ibid. [1827], p. 120). Prob. res. 1826 on app. as Bishop of Llandaff (nom. 25 Apr., cons. 21 May 1826: HBC, p. 294).

Sumner, Charles Vernon Holme Chaplain 12 Jan. 1830 (LC 3/69, p.144; LC 3/70, p. 11). D. 4 Jan. 1876 (AO II, 1372).

Sumner (Summers), John Messenger 16 June 1660 (LC 3/25, f. 89). D. by 24 July 1677 (LC 7/1, f. 63v).

Sumner, John Chaplain 11 May 1748 (LC 3/65, p. 223; LC 3/67, p. 24). D. 12 Mar. 1772 (GM [1772] XLII, 151).

Sumner, William Drum-major [Drummer] (to the First Reg. of Footguards) 29 Aug. 1751 (LC 3/65, p. 252). Vac. by 1 Dec. 1756 (LC 3/66, p. 17).

Sumpnor (Sumpter), John Waterman 12 May 1685 (LC 3/56, p. 37; LC 3/32, p. 89; LC 3/5, f. 15). D. by 3 Nov. 1703 (LC 3/5, f. 14v).

Sunbury, George Montagu, Viscount (??from 1739 Earl of Halifax] [Joint] Housekeeper of Hampton Court and Ranger of Bushy Park (w/George, Earl of Halifax and Charles Montagu) 24 Mar. 1730 (C 66/3580; reapp. 3 Nov. 1758 and heirs w/Charles Montagu and Lady Ann Montagu: C 66/3663). D. 8 June 1771 (DNB).

Sunderland, Alexander Yeoman of the Guard first occ. 1743 [Yeoman Hanger first occ. 1745] (Chamberlayne [1743] II iii, 217; ibid. [1745] II iii, 217; LC 3/58, f. 83). Vac. by 11 Mar. 1770 (Ibid., p. 394).

Sunderland, Anne (Spencer) Countess of see Spencer, Lady

Sunderland, Charles (Spencer) 3rd Earl of Groom of the Stole 7 Feb. 1719 (LC 3/63, p. 199). D. 19 Apr. 1722.

Sunderland, Robert (Spencer) 2nd Earl of Extra Gentleman of the Bedchamber 19 Oct. 1673 (LC 3/24, f. 2). Gentleman of the Bedchamber Oct. 1674 (Ibid.; CSPD 1673-5, p. 389). Vac. by 1 June 1679 (Stowe MS 196, f. 20). Lord Chamberlain 19 Apr. 1697 (CSPD 1697, p. 110). Res. 26 Dec. 1697 (H. Horwitz, Parliament, Policy and Politics in the Reign of William III [Manchester, 1977], p. 228).

Supply (Suppley, Sysley), Peter Master Cook of the Queen's Kitchen 1 July 1727 (LS 13/262, f. 15). Vac. by 29 Sept. 1727 (LS 13/263, f. 25).

Supply, Peter Fourth Child of the Kitchen 15 Feb. 1732 (LS 13/263, f. 50v). Third Child of the Kitchen 1 Oct. 1733 (Ibid., f. 55). D. by 1 Sept. 1735 (Ibid., f. 65v).

Surrell, Paul Bottlegroom 21 Mar. 1693 (LS 13/198, f. 43v). D. by 2 Jan. 1694 (Ibid., f. 51).

Sussex, Talbot (Yelverton) 1st Earl of Gentleman of the Bedchamber 1 Feb. 1722 (LC 3/63, p. 263). Vac. 11 June 1727 on d. of George I.

Sussex, Thomas (Lennard) 1st Earl of Extra Gentleman of the Bedchamber 22 Sept. 1677 (LC 3/24, f. 2). Gentleman of the Bedchamber 1 Aug. 1680 (Ibid.). Vac. 6 Feb. 1685 on d. of Charles II.

Sutcliffe, Timothy Waterman 11 May 1769 (LC 3/58, p. 388). D. by 12 Nov. 1817 (LC 3/68, p. 186).

Sutcliffe, William Yeoman of the Guard occ. 1699-1700 (Miege [1699] III, 96; last occ. Chamberlayne [1700] III, 508). Vac. by 1707 (Chamberlayne [1707] III, 555-56).

Sutherland, Alexander Assistant Scourer of the Kitchen 15 May 1810 (LS 13/204, f. 126). Pd. to 10 July 1815, when office abolished (LS 2/41).

Sutton, Henry Chaplain in Ordinary [1660] (LC 3/26, f. 32). No further occ.

Sutton, Richard Second Clerk Comptroller of the Green Cloth 10 Apr. 1724 (LS 13/260). Rem. by 26 July 1727 (LS 13/262 f. 12v).

Sutton see Saffery

Sutton see also Manners Sutton

Sutton, Sir Edward, Kt. Gentleman Usher of the Privy Chamber 17 Feb. 1686 (LC 3/30, p. 13; LC 3/31, p. 17). D. 30 July 1695 (LC 3/57, p. 49; WAR, p. 237 n. 3).

Sutton, Thomas Yeoman of the Guard occ. Est. of c. 1673-78 (LC 3/24, f. 27). Vac. by list of 1 Oct. 1684 (A General and Compleat List, p. 2).

Sutton, Thomas Groom of the Stables 6 July 1702 (LS 13/199, f. 13; LS 13/200, f. 14v). Rem. upon award of a pension 10 Jan. 1719 (LS 13/200, f. 45v).

Sutton, Thomas Yeoman of the Guard occ. 23 June 1749-9 Apr. 1761(RA 1682 GEO ADD 17/79; last occ. LC 3/58, f. 83v). No further occ. (Vac. by 5 Jan. 1784: AO 3/106/1).

Swabey (Swaley), Thomas Waterman 10 Apr. 1766 (LC 3/58, p. 371; sl Est. of 1782: Shelburne MSS. 125, p. 181). No further occ.

Swain, James Messenger to the Auditor for Bedfordshire, Berkshire, Suffolk and Cambridgeshire [Jett] 24 Mar. 1716 (LC 3/63, p. 141; LC 3/64, p. 50). D. by 18 Dec. 1741 (LC 3/65, p.131).

Swan, Isaac Coachman 6 Mar. 1787 (LS 13/204, f. 32v). D. by 27 Sept. 1792 (MOH WB 1, p. 142).

Swan, John Physician in Extraordinary 11 June 1670 (LC 3/26, f. 143). No further occ.

Swan, William Sewer 'in Ordinary' (w/o fee) 31 Oct. 1672 (LC 3/27, f. 22). No further occ.

Swann, William Yeoman of the Guard pd. from 5 Jan. 1799 to 5 Jan. 1812 (AO 3/106/20-63). No further occ.

Swanock, John Coachman 26 Nov. 1707 (LS 13/199, f. 50). Vac. by 30 Nov. 1708 (Ibid., f. 53v).

Swaseland, --- Second Groom of the Otterhounds in Extraordinary occ. Est. 1663 (BIHR XIX [1943], p. 22: ?in Ordinary). Vac. by 23 Mar. 1664 (LC 3/25, f. 70).

Swayle, Stephen Groom of the Chamber 'in Ordinary without fee' 19 Nov. 1666 (LC 3/26, f. 138). No further occ.

Swayne, Thomas Sewer of the Chamber 'in Ordinary without fee' 14 Mar. 1671 (LC 3/26, f. 123v). No further occ.

Sweet, James Child of the Chapel Royal first occ. 1700 (Chamberlayne [1700] III, 484). Voice changed by 14 Dec. 1700 (RECM II, 68 citing LC 5/153, p. 28).

Sweet, Richard Gentleman Pensioner occ. 1788-1789 (RK [1788], p. 98; last occ. ibid. [1789], p. 98). Vac. by 1790 (Ibid. [1790], p. 98).

Sweet, William Messenger of the Stables [Avery] 25 Oct. 1743 (LS 13/201, f. 89v). Vac. 25 Oct. 1760 on d. of George II.

Sweetland, Thomas Gentleman Pensioner occ. 1769-1772 (RK [1769], p. 84; last occ. ibid. [1772], p. 84). Vac. by 1773 (Ibid. [1773], p. 85).

Swift, Edmund Lenthall Keeper of the Jewels in the Tower of London 9 Apr. 1814 (LC 3/68, p. 160). No further occ.

Swiney, George Purveyor and Granitor at London, Kensington, Richmond, Hampton Court and Windsor 22 Nov. 1760 (LS 13/203, f. 7). Salaried position abolished 7 Nov. 1782 (MOH PB 1, pp. 164, 170).

Swinfin, John Preaching Chaplain at St. James's occ. 1700-1711 (Chamberlayne [1700] III, 485; last occ. Miege [1711] I, 418). Vac. by 1715 (MIege [1715] I, 440).

Swynfen, Francis Groom of the Privy Chamber [?in Extraordinary] 14 Mar. 1673 (LC 3/27, f. 7v). No further occ.

Swynfen, John [Assistant] Groom of the Privy Chamber 'in Ordinary Supernumerary' (w/o fee) 14 May 1666 (LC 3/26, f. 108). No further occ.

Sybald, James Chaplain in Extraordinary [1660] (LC 3/26, f. 127). No further occ.

Sydall (Sydale), Elias Chaplain 28 Feb. 1717 (LC 3/63, p. 153; LC 3/64, p. 108). Last occ. 1727 (Chamberlayne [1727] II iii, 197). Vac. by 1728 (Ibid. [1728] II iii, 256). Prob. res. 1728 on app. as Dean of Canterbury (nom. 30 Mar., cons. 10 Apr. 1728: Fasti I, 34).

Sydenham (Sidenham), Richard Gentleman Pensioner Nov. 1676 (Badminton MSS Fm H 2/4/1, f. 25v). Vac. by 18 Oct. 1681 (Ibid., f. 27).

Sydenham, William Esquire of the Body 22 Aug. 1692 (LS 13/198, f. 42v). Vac. 8 Mar. 1702 on d. of William III.

Sydney, Henry (Sydney) 1st Viscount see Sydney, Hon. Henry

Sydney, Hon. Henry (cr. Viscount Sydney 9 Apr. 1689; Earl of Romney 14 May 1694) Master of the Robes 4 June 1679 (Stowe MS 194, f. 55). Vac. 6 Feb. 1685 on d. of Charles II. Gentleman of the Bedchamber 1 Mar. 1689 (LC 3/32, p. 9). Groom of the Stole 24 June 1700 (LC 5/166, p. 46). Vac. 8 Mar. 1702 on d. of William III.

Sydney, John Robert (Townshend) 3rd Viscount see Townshend, Hon. John Robert

Sydney, John Thomas (Townshend) 2nd Viscount Gentleman of the Bedchamber 20 July 1800 (LC 3/68, pp. 62-3). Pd. to 5 Jan. 1812 (T 53/65 p. 15).

Sydney (alias Seadon), Thomas Groom of the Chamber 'in Ordinary without fee' 19 July 1669 (LC 3/26, f. 139v; cert. renewed 5 Nov. 1680: LC 3/28, f. 62; reap. 26 Sept. 1686: LC 3/30, p. 26). D. by 11 Dec. 1688 (LC 3/30, p. 26).

Sydney (alias Seddin), Thomas Chaplain in Ordinary 13 Jan. 1682 (LC 3/28, f. 24v). No further occ.

Sykes, Benjamin Sergeant Footman pd. from 5 Jan. 1828 (MOH SB 1, p. 2; LB F, p. 551). D. 8 Oct. 1832 (MOH SB 1, p. 141).

Sykes, John Footman 6 July 1830 (MOH 2/256 [MOH SB 1, p. 129 gives 1 May 1832]). Superannuated (from a Porter's position) 1 Jan. 1847 (MOH SB 3, p. 137).

Sykes, Leonard Waterman 13 Mar. 1778 (LC 3/67, p. 106; sl Est. of 1782: Shelburne MSS. 125, p. 181). No further occ.

Syllyeard (Sylliard, Lylliard), John Messenger 2 Aug. 1666 (LC 7/1, f. 64v). Retrenched by time of d. by 29 Sept. 1672 (Ibid., ff. 64v-65).

Symcoll, Richard Child of the Chapel Royal voice changed by 15 July 1670 (BDECM, p. 1069).

Symes, Lestrange Clerk Comptroller of the Tents, Pavillions, Hales, Playes, Revels and Masques 8 Mar. 1678 (LC 3/28, f. 65). ?Office abolished subsequent to d. of Charles II, 6 Feb. 1685.

Symonds, Benjamin Messenger in Extraordinary 8 Jan. 1666 (LC 3/26, f. 131). No further occ.

Symonds, John Messenger 3 Aug. 1689 (LC 3/32, p. 75). D. by 23 Oct. 1699 (LC 3/4, f. 24; LC 5/166, p. 24).

Symonds (Simonds), Phillip Porter and Scourer of the Household Kitchen 30 Mar. 1689 (LS 13/10, f. 14v). Office abolished on Est. of 1 Oct. 1699 (LS 13/40, p. 20).

Symondson, Leonard Messenger to the Auditor for Bedfordshire, Berkshire, Buckinghamshire, Kent, Oxfordshire, Surrey, Sussex and the Honor of Windsor 7 Mar. 1681 (LC 3/24, f. 17v; LC 3/30, f. 63; LC 3/32, p. 78). Vac. by 10 May 1694 (Ibid., p. 79).

Symonnett (Symons), Thomas Messenger 30 July 1660 (LC 7/1, f. 63v). D. by 8 Aug. 1667 (LC 3/25, f. 128).

Symons, Benjamin Parsons Preaching Chaplain at Whitehall 1823 (AO II, 1381). Occ. 5 June 1825-1828 (Wh Pbk 1). Vac. 1829 on closing of Whitehall Chapel (Lovegrove MS., p. 304).

Symons (Simmonds), John Waterman 19 Nov. 1740 (LC 3/65, p. 116). D. by 7 Mar. 1749 (Ibid., p. 233).

Symons, Thomas Groom of the Great Chamber 25 Jan. 1722 (LC 3/63, p. 258; LC 3/64, p. 64). D. by 17 Nov. 1750 (LC 3/65, p. 244).

Sympson, Francis Jeweler 13 June 1660 (LC 7/1, f. 57). D. by 24 Dec. 1666 (Ibid.).

Sympson, Francis Groom of the Stables 9 Dec. 1727 (LS 13/201, f. 21v). D. by 3 June 1729 (Ibid., f. 40).

Sympson, George Groom Huntsman of the Buckhounds 19 Sept. 1660 (LC 3/25, f. 68). Yeoman Huntsman of the Buckhounds 25 June 1664 (Ibid.). No further occ.

Sympson, James Messenger in Extraordinary 15 Mar. 1662 (LC 3/26, f. 130v). No further occ.

Sympson, John Jeweler 13 June 1660 (LC 7/1, f. 57; sl Est. 1663: BIHR XIX [1942-43], p. 20). D. by 1685 (LC 7/1, f. 57).

Sympson, John Chaplain in Extraordinary 20 June [1663] (LC 3/26, f. 127v). No further occ.

Symson (Simpson), Henry Trumpeter 22 Sept. 1661 (RECM I, 22 citing LC 5/137, p. 267). Vac. by 16 May 1664 (LC 3/25, f. 34).