Office-Holders in Modern Britain: Volume 11 (Revised), Court Officers, 1660-1837. Originally published by University of London, London, 2006.
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Tents, Toyles, Hales and Pavilions 1660–1702
The tents and toyles consisted of two masters, a clerk, a clerk comptroller, a yeoman of the tents, two yeomen of the toyles and a groom. In 1660, the comptroller, the yeomen and groom held by patent. (fn. 1) The master of the tents made £30 per annum, the comptroller £12 3s 4d; the clerk £13 7s 4d; the yeomen £10; the groom £9 2s 6d. In the toyles, the master made £66 13s 4d, the yeomen £36 per annum. (fn. 2)
Most of the subordinate officers in the department were abolished in 1685. The masters' positions were abolished in 1702.
Masters 1660–1685; 1689–1702
Clerk of the Tents, Pavilions, Masques and Revels 1660–?1685
Clerk Comptroller of the Tents, Pavilions, Hales, Playes, Revels and Masques 1660–1685
Yeomen of the Tents 1660–?
Yeomen of the Toyles 1663–1685
|1663||6 Nov.||Davyes, T.|
|1663||6 Nov.||Slater, R.|
|1667||10 Jan.||Gunn, W.|
|1673||23 Aug.||Wilcox, P.|
|1677||24 Mar.||Hoard, T.|