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Index of officers: V

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Office-Holders in Modern Britain: Volume 11 (Revised), Court Officers, 1660-1837. Originally published by University of London, London, 2006.

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Vallance, Benjamin Joint Surgeon and Apothecary at Brighton (w/ Harry Blakey) 27 Nov. 1835 (LC 3/70, p. 158). No further occ.

Valliant (Valiant), Nicholas Footman first occ. Est. of 12 Mar. 1669 (Dartmouth MSS ox D [w] 1778/v/132). Dismissed by 18 Dec. 1677 'For severall misdemeanrs. by him committed' (LS 13/253, f. 72: royal warrant awarding a pension of £26 p.a. to his wife, Mary).

Vallings, George Groom of the Hobby Stable 24 July 1772 (LS 13/203, f. 81v). Footman 7 June 1774 (MOH WB 1, p. 123). D. by 18 May 1796 (LS 13/204, f. 52v).

Vallotos, Margaret Cleaner of the Great Library at St. James's d. by 4 Feb. 1791 (LC 3/67, p. 187).

Valton, Peter Child of the Chapel Royal occ. 1755 (Chamberlayne [1755] II iii, 113). No further occ.

van Batam (Batom), Bernard Trumpeter 21 Sept. 1689 (RECM II, 29 citing LC 5/149, p. 243). Ev. vac. 8 Mar. 1702 on d. of William III.

van Beeck, John Groom of the Great Chamber in Ordinary [w/o fee] 3 Nov. 1673 (LC 3/27, f. 16v).

van Berenbrooke, Philip Falconer occ. 6 Sept. 1685 (LC 9/342). Ev. vac. 11 Dec. 1688 on abd. of James II.

van Binsburg, Henry Groom of the Hunting Stable 19 May 1690 (LS 13/198, f. 33v). Vac. bef. 8 Mar. 1702 (nl CTB XVII, p. 1012).

van Borselen, Adrian Groom of the Bedchamber 6 June 1689 (LC 3/31, p. 11). Vac. 8 Mar. 1702 on d. of William III.

van Boursenburg, Johann Yeoman of the Robes 21 May 1690 (LC 3/31, p. 8). Surr. by 22 Dec. 1699 (LC 5/166, p. 29).

van Breda, Daniell Footman 1 Apr. 1689 (LS 13/198, f. 27v). Vac. 8 Mar. 1702 on d. of William III.

van de Bourdae, Abraham Gentleman Pensioner 27 Nov. 1674 (Badminton MSS Fm H 2/4/1, f. 25). Vac. by Dec. 1676 (Ibid., f. 25v).

Van Brakel, Adrian Yeoman of the Field to the King 15 July 1698 (LS 13/256). Vac. 8 Mar. 1702 on d. of William III.

Van Brockhuisen, Benjamin Physician in Ordinary [? W/o fee] 30 Apr. 1683 (LC 3/28, f. 26). No further occ.

Van der Eyken, Sebastian Reader of the Dutch Chapel occ. Est. of 1714-1 Jan. 1720 (LS 13/44, f. 21). Surr. by 1 Jan. 1720 (LS 13/200, f. 50v; Rimbault, pp. 29-30). Reader of the Dutch Chapel 30 Oct. 1721 (LS 13/200, f. 59v; Rimbault, p. 30; LS 13/201, f. 27: 'Preaching Minister and Reader').
--Preaching Minister of the Dutch Chapel first occ. Est. 1714 (LS 13/44, f. 21; LS 13/49, p. 48).

D. by 11 May 1749 (NCB, p. 87).

van Doren, Louis Second Groom of the Pantry 3 July 1702 (LS 13/259, f. 2v). D. by 24 Mar. 1708 (Ibid., f. 35v).

van Dorsellen (Dorselen), Robert Coachman 1 July 1697 (LS 13/198, f. 60v). Vac. 8 Mar. 1702 on d. of William III.

van Haaren (Van Hare), Abraham Footman 3 June 1700 (LS 13/198, f. 68v). Vac. 8 Mar. 1702 on d. of William III.

van Huls (Vanhulst), William Charles Clerk of the Robes and Wardrobes 14 July 1698 (LC 5/166, p. 8; LC 3/63, p. 84). Surr. by 18 May 1722 (LC 3/63, p. 267).

van Leeuwe (Van Leewen), John Footman 23 May 1690 (LS 13/198, f. 34). Vac. 8 Mar. 1702 on d. of William III.

van Leuwen, John Supernumerary Clerk of the Kitchen 27 Apr. 1696 (LS 13/257, p. 140). Vac. 8 Mar. 1702 on d. of William III.

van Lewen (Van Loen), Nicholas Groom of the Hunting Stable 10 Sept. 1693 (LS 13/198, f. 45). Vac. 8 Mar. 1702 on d. of William III.

van Loon, William Sergeant Surgeon 16 Mar. 1689 (LC 3/4, f. 12). D. 18 Sept. 1701 (LC 5/166, p. 64; CTB XVII, 1022).

Van Mulon, Gerrard Physician in Ordinary [?w/o fee] 10 Dec. 1684 (LC 3/28, f. 26). No further occ.

van Sanden, Tadeus Third Groom of the Buttery 15 Aug. 1707 (LS 13/259, f. 32v). Second Groom of the Buttery 29 Jan. 1708 (Ibid., f. 35). First Groom of the Buttery 20 Apr. 1714 (Ibid., f. 57; LS 13/261, f. 15; LS 13/263, f. 16v). D. by 1 Jan. 1736 (LS 13/263, f. 67).

van Swinden, Philip Preacher of the Dutch Chapel May 1773 (NCB, p. 89). D. by 16 Jan. 1803 (LS 13/266, f. 42).

van Veranien, Christian Silversmith ("for Chaseworke in H.M.s Closet and Queen's Closet and Bedchamber") 18 Jan. 1684 (LC 3/25, f. 85v). No further occ.

van Wyck, Charles Silversmith in Ordinary (?w/o fee) 3 July 1677 (LC 3/28, f. 31). Ev. vac. 6 Feb. 1685 on d. of Charles II.

Vanbright, Walter Kettle-drummer 22 June 1666 (RECM I, 72 citing LC 5/138, p. 70). D. 6 May 1682 (BDECM, p. 1112: drowned in the wreck of the Gloucester).

Vanbrugh, William Deputy Comptroller of the Treasurer of the Chamber occ. 1703-1707 (Miege [1703] III, 485; last occ. Chamberlayne [17077] III iii, 547). Comptroller of the Accounts of the Treasurer of Chamber 7 Nov. 1707 (CTB XXI, 483; Ibid. XXIX, 522). D. by 23 Nov. 1716 (Ibid. XXX, 561).

Vanbushel, J. Yeoman Tailor [?and Portitior] to the Great Wardrobe occ. 1755-1756 (CCR [1755], p. 78; last occ. CCK [1756], p. 123). Vac. by 1763 (CCR [1763], p. 81).

Vancour (Vancourt), Timothy Messenger to the Auditor for Kent, Surrey, Sussex, Oxfordshire, etc. 10 May 1694 (LC 3/32, p. 79). No further occ.

Vancouver, Austin Yeoman of the Guard occ. Est. of 20 Aug. 1667-Est. of c. 1673-78 (Hennelll, p. 257; last occ. LC 3/24, f. 27). Vac. by list of 1 Oct. 1684 (A General and Compleat List, p. 2).

Vandenande, Cornelius Kettle-Drummer 6 May 1686 (RECM II, 8 citing LC 5/147, pp. 131-32). D. by 7 Jan. 1710 (BDECM, p. 1114).

Vandenande (Vendenande), Cornelius Trumpeter 9 July 1702 (LC 5/166, p. 118). Ev. vac. 1 Aug. 1714 on d. of Anne.
--Drummer 9 July 1702 (BDECM, p. 1113; nl LC 3/5-6). D. by 12 Mar. 1715 (Ibid.).

Vandenande, John Kettle-Drummer 31 Dec. 1714 (LC 3/63, p. 72; LC 3/64, p. 75). Vac. By 4 May 1744 (LC 3/65, p. 168).

Vander Meulin, John Gentleman of the Chapel Royal (priest) 9 Apr. 1814 (LS 13/204, f. 91). Surr. by 28 Dec. 1815 (Ibid., f. 99v).

Vanderbank (Van der Bank; Van der Banks), John, sen. Yeoman Arras Worker to the Great Wardrobe 27 July 1689 (LC 3/61, f. 55v; LC 3/62, p. 1; LC 3/63, p. 167). Surr. by 2 Apr. 1717 (LC 3/63, p. 167).

Vanderbank (Vanderbanks), John, jun. Yeoman Arras Worker to the Great Wardrobe 2 Apr. 1717 (LC 3/63, p. 167; LC 3/64, p. 193). Vac. by 24 June 1729 (LC 3/64, p. 193).

Vanderbank, Moses [Joint] Yeoman Arras Worker to the Great Wardrobe 24 June 1729 (LC 3/64, p. 193; LC 3/19, p. 18). No further occ.

Vanderburgh (Vanderburg), Giles Footman 24 May 1690 (LS 13/198, f. 34). Vac. 8 Mar. 1702 on d. of William III.

Vandernan, Thomas Gentleman of the Chapel Royal 12 Nov. 1743 (Rimbault, p. 54; EB 36, p. 40). D. 2 Oct. 1778 (Highfill XV, 115).

Vane, Henry Groom of the Stables 1 Jan. 1719 (LS 13/200, f. 45v). Footman 28 Jan. 1721 (LS 13/200, f. 53v; LS 13/201, f. 20v). D. by 1 Dec. 1729 (LS 13/201, f. 42).

Vanhuele (Vanhule), Nicholas Groom of the Chamber 'in Ordinary without fee' 11 Apr. 1667 (LC 3/26, f. 138; cert renewed 9 Mar. 1672: LC 3/27, f. 15). No further occ.

Vanier, Claudius Groom of the Great Chamber in Extraordinary 10 Feb. 1665 (LC 3/26, f. 136v). No further occ.

Varley, Peter Messenger to the Chancellor of the Exchequer 7 Jan.1756 (LC 3/66, p. 3). Rem. by 17 Nov. 1756 (Ibid., p. 23).

Varley, William Footman to the Master of the Horse 10 Jan. 1761 (LS 13/203, f. 19v). No further occ.

Varyer, Thomas Yeoman of the Guard 12 Feb. 1773 (LC 3/58, p. 412). Pd. to 5 Jan. 1812 (AO 3/106/1-63). No further occ.

Vaserier, William Groom of the Chamber 'in Ordinary without fee' 14 Dec. 1670 (LC 3/26, f. 140). No further occ.

Vassal, Francis Sergeant at Arms 23 Aug. 1683 (LC 3/24, f. 10). Vac. 6 Feb. 1685 on d. of Charles II.

Vassar, James Third Groom of the Buttery 9 May 1751 (LS 13/264, f. 10). Second Page of the Scullery 25 July 1753 (LS 13/264, f. 17; LS 13/266, f. 13v). Office abolished by Est. of 1 July 1761 (LS 13/55). Keeper of Butter and Eggs (or 'Deliverer of his Majestys Butter, Eggs Milk Cream and Cheese') 1 July 1761 (LS 13/266, f. 28v). Pd. from 1 July 1761 to 10 Feb. 1762 (LS 2/1). Vac. 11 Feb. 1762 (Ibid.).

Vasset, Charles Kitchen Boy pd. from 5 July 1820 to 5 Apr. 1824 (LS 2/46-50). Vac. 6 Apr. 1824 (LS 2/50).

Vaughan, Edward Groom of the Great Chamber in Ordinary [w/o fee] 15 Apr. 1673 (LC 3/27, f. 17v). No further occ.

Vaughan, Edward Yeoman of the Guard occ. 1718-1723 (Miege [1718] I, 361; last occ. Chamberlayne [1723] II iii, 572). Vac. by Chamberlayne [1726] II iii, 124-26).

Vaughan, George Postilion 20 Dec. 1727 (LS 13/201, f. 27v). D. by 31 Aug. 1728 (Ibid., f. 38v).

Vaughan, Henry Purveyor and Granitor occ. Est. of 31 Mar. 1685-11 Oct. 1686 (Dartmouth MSS ox D [w] 1778/v/132; last occ. LS 13/255, f. 18). Ev. vac. 11 Dec. 1688 on abd. of James II.

Vaughan (from 1809 Halford), Henry (cr. Bart. 27 Sept. 1809) Physician in Extraordinary to the Person first occ. 1793 (RK [1793], p. 90). Physician to the Person 23 Oct. 1811 (LC 3/68, p. 129; LC 3/70, p. 1). Last occ. 1844 (RK [1844], p. 148). Vac. by 1845 (Ibid. [1848], p. 147).

Vaughan, J. Gentleman Pensioner Aug. 1833 (Curling, p. 276). Res. 1844 (Ibid.).

Vaughan, Peter. Preaching Chaplain at Whitehall occ. 21 Dec. 1800-1810 (Wh Pbk 1). Vac. 1811 (Ibid.).

Vaughan, Peter Chaplain 17 Jan. 1819 (LC 3/68, p. 189). Res. by 15 Apr. 1820 on app. as Dean of Chester (LC 3/69, p. 7; app. 14 Apr. 1820: Fasti III, 265).

Vaughan, Thomas Gentleman of the Chapel Royal (priest) 28 May 1803 (LS 13/204, f. 70). D. 9 Jan. 1843 (WAR, p. 510).

Vaughan, William Chaplain in Extraordinary 14 Dec. 1693 (LC 3/32, p. 118). No further occ.

Vaughan, William Bellringer at Kensington ?15 Nov. 1733 (LS 13/201, f. 118v). D. by 1 Apr. 1740 (Ibid., f. 121v).

Vaughn (Vaughan), John Yeoman of the Guard occ. 1716-1729 (Chamberlayne [1716] II iii, 573; last occ. ibid. [1729] II iii, 189). Vac. by 1735 (Ibid. [1735] II iii, 110-11).

Vaughn, Richard Yeoman of the Guard first occ. 1748 (Chamberlayne [1748] II iii, 134; LC 3/58, f. 83). D. by 20 May 1762 (LC 3/58, p. 233).

Vaule (Vaile), Margaret Laundress of the Coarse Linen 1 July 1727 (LS 13/201, f. 114v). D. by 1 Jan. 1749 (Ibid., f. 128).

Vaunau, John Chaplain in Ordinary 26 Nov. 1673 (LC 3/27, f. 30v). No further occ.

Vausant, Tade Bottlegroom 23 May 1689 (LS 13/198, f. 32). Dismissed ('by his Majts. p'ticular Warrt.') by 21 Mar. 1693 (Ibid., f. 43v).

Vaux, George, sen. Under Housekeeper at Whitehall 30 Dec. 1660 (LC 3/24, f. 12v; sl Est. of 1663: BIHR XIX [1942-43], p. 19). D. n.d. temp. Charles II (LC 3/25, f. 37).

Vaux, John Under Housekeeper at Whitehall 26 June 1661 ('with his father by patent dureing ye life of his Brother George Vaux the younger') (LC 3/25, f. 37; sl Est. of 1663: BIHR XIX [1942-43], p. 19). No further occ.

Vaux, Richard Fife 23 June 1662 (LC 3/25, f. 36). D. 25 Oct.1672 (BDECM, p. 1116).

Veasey, John Yeoman of the Guard pd. from 19 Oct. 1793 to 5 Jan. 1812 [Yeoman Hanger pd. from 28 Dec. 179?6 to ?5 Jan. 1812] (AO 3/106/13-63, ?18-63). Last occ. Feb. 1813 (RA 1681 GEO ADD 17/79). No further occ.

Velthusen (Velthuset), John Casper Preaching Minister of the Lutheran Chapel 17 Sept. 1771 (LS 13/203, f. 75v). Res. ('cession') by 13 Oct. 1773 (LS 13/203, f. 85v; Lovegrove MS., p. 75).

Venables, James Drum-major [Drummer] 7 Sept. 1715 (LC 3/63, p. 115). Occ. c. 1714-1727 (LC 3/7, f. 20). ?Vac. 11 June 1727 on d. of George I.

Venables Vernon (from 15 Jan. 1831 Harcourt), Hon. Edward (Bishop of Carlisle 1791, trans. to Archbishopric of York 1808) Chaplain 12 Dec. 1781 (LC 3/67, p. 129). Last occ. 1791 (RK [1791], p. 93). Prob. res. 1791 on app. as Bishop of Carlisle (nom. 18 Aug., cons. 6 Nov. 1791: HBC, p. 237). Lord Almoner 23 Jan. 1808 (C 66/4074, gt. of deodands). D. 5 Nov. 1847 (Fasti III, 119).

Venn, John Chaplain in Ordinary 13 Jan. 1681 (LC 3/28, f. 24). No further occ.

Venner, Nicholas Waterman [1660] (LC 3/2, f. 31). D. by 12 Oct. 1667 (LC 3/25, f. 73).

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

Verdier, Gabriel Sexton and Porter to the French and Dutch Chapels 23 Apr. 1734 (LS 13/201, f. 54v). D. by 20 Dec. 1782 (NCB, p. 80).

Verdier, Mark Second Yeoman of the Household Kitchen 1 July 1727 (LS 13/263, f. 26). First Yeoman of the Household Kitchen 1 Dec. 1729 (Ibid., f. 41v). D. by 1 Dec. 1748 (Ibid., f. 116).

Verdon, Richard Groom of the Chamber 'in Ordinary without fee' 30 July 1669 (LC 3/26, f. 139v). No further occ.

Verhaest, John Supernumerary Yeoman Harbinger 7 Mar. 1693 (LS 13/256). [Fourth] Yeoman Harbinger 1 Apr. 1701 (LS 13/257, p. 181). Rem. by 19 Aug. 1701 (LS 13/256).

Verney (Varney), Hon. George Chaplain 21 Mar. 1699 (LC 5/166, p 16; ibid., p. 96). Vac. by 16 Oct. 1711 (LC 3/5, f. 8v).

Verney, Hon. Henry Groom of the Bedchamber 24 May 1804 (LC 3/68, p. 86). Pd. to 10 Mar. 1812 (T 53/64, p. 375).

Vernon see also Venables Vernon

Vernon - Surgeon in Extraordinary 13 May 1700 (LC 5/166, p. 40). No further occ.

Vernon, Edward Chaplain in Extraordinary 14 Oct. 1691 (LC 3/32, p. 50). No further occ.

Vernon, Edward Preaching Chaplain at Whitehall occ. 2 July 1727 (Wh Pbk 1). Vac. 1728 (Ibid.).

Vernon, George Chaplain in Ordinary 28 July 1679 (LC 3/28, f. 24). No further occ.

Vernon, Henry Page of Honour 16 Jan. 1760 (LS 13/202, f. 32; LS 13/203, f. 3). Vac. by 17 Feb. 1764 (LS 13/203, f. 37).

Vernon (from 27 Mar. 1779 Sedley), Hon. Henry Groom of the Bedchamber 23 Apr. 1770 (T 52/60, p. 40). Master of the Robes 1 June 1809 (LC 3/68, p. 118; HO 38/13, pp. 256-7). Vac. by 10 Mar. 1812 (HO 38/15, pp. 239-40; LC 3/68, p. 142: app. of Charles Nassau Thomas).

Vernon, James Clerk of the Avery res. by 3 Aug. 1676 (LS 13/197, f. 35). Clerk of the Stables 15 Aug. 1676 (Ibid., f. 41). No further occ.

Vernon, James, sen. Sergeant of the Chandry 16 June 1691 (LS 13/257, p. 76). Res. by 19 Aug. 1693 (Ibid., p. 111).

Vernon, James, jun. Sergeant of the Chandry 19 Aug. 1693 (LS 13/257, p. 111). Vac. 8 Mar. 1702 on d. of William III.

Vernon, John Sewer of the Chamber [?in ord w/o fee] 10 July 1671 (LC 3/27, f. 12). No further occ.

Vernon, John Under Butler 31 Aug. 1828 (MOH SB 1, p. 15; LB F, p. 552). Footman Second Class, 12 July 1834 (MOH SB 1, p. 183). Superannuated [from a Porter's position] 1 Jan. 1854 (MOH SB 3, p. 369).

Vernon, Leveson Gentleman Pensioner pd. from 5 July 1797 (E 407/2/147). Vac. by Mar. 1830 (Curling, p. 274).

Vernon, Sir Richard, bt. Gentleman Pensioner pd. from 25 Dec. 1701 to 25 Dec. 1706 (E 407/2/78-83; nl list for travelling charges, 1705: LC 5/154, ff. 224v-225). Vac. by 1707 (Chamberlayne [1707] III, 554).

Vernon, Richard Third Clerk Comptroller of the Green Cloth 18 Apr. 1764 (LS 13/265, f. 28v). Res. by 1 Aug. 1765 (Ibid., f. 33). Third Clerk Comptroller of the Green Cloth 15 Jan. 1768 (Ibid., f. 40). Second Clerk Comptroller of the Green Cloth 20 Jan. 1771 (Ibid., f. 42). First Clerk Comptroller of the Green Cloth 6 June 1777 (Ibid., f. 48). Third Clerk of the Green Cloth 10 Dec. 1777 (Ibid., f. 48v). Second Clerk of the Green Cloth 1 July 1779 (Ibid., f. 50). Office abolished 11 July 1782 (22 Geo. III, c. 82).

Vernon, Robert [Third] Groom Porter at Gate 5 Jan. 1706 (LS 13/259, f. 28v). Second Groom Porter at Gate 9 Feb. 1713 (Ibid., f. 50v; LS 13/261, f. 11). Fourth Yeoman Porter at Gate 12 Feb. 1715 (LS 13/ 261, f. 11). Third Yeoman Porter at Gate 7 Nov. 1716 (Ibid., f. 18). Second Yeoman Porter at Gate 29 July 1725 (Ibid., f. 45v; LS 13/263, f. 17v). First Yeoman Porter at Gate 16 Nov. 1736 (LS 13/263, p. 68v). D. by 1 Jan 1741 (Ibid., f. 83).

Vernon, William Sewer 'in Ordinary' (w/o fee) 3 Nov. 1673 (LC 3/27, f. 22). No further occ.

Verrio, Antonio Principal Painter 30 June 1684 (Stowe MS 196, f. 207; CTB VII, 1188; CSPD 1686-7, p. 303 [1163]). Vac. 11 Dec. 1688 on abd. of James II.

Verrÿt, Johanna Necessary Woman 12 Nov. 1691 (LS 13/198, p. 39). Vac. 8 Mar. 1702 on d. of William III.

Verulam, James Walter (Grimston) 1st Earl of Gentleman of the Bedchamber 10 Jan. 1835 (LC 3/70, p. 138). Res. by 6 May 1835 (Ibid., f. 149, given 11 Aug. 1835).

Very, James Groom of the Stables occ. Est. of early 1685 (Dartmouth MSS ox D [w] 1778/v/132). Vac. 6 Feb. 1685 on d. of Charles II.

Vestment, Nathaniell Gentleman of the Chapel Royal in Extraordinary 28 June 1683 (Rimbault, p. 17). Gentleman of the Chapel Royal 23 July 1683 (Ibid., pp. 17, 129; LS 13/198, f. 22). D. 23 Aug. 1702 (Rimbault, p. 24).

Veysie, Daniel Preaching Chaplain at Whitehall 1791 (AO II, 1471). Occ. 18 Dec. 1791-1795 (Wh Pbk 1). Vac. 1796 (Ibid.).

Vezian, James Purveyor of Oats and Beans 22 Aug. 1694 (LS 13/198, f. 48). Vac. 8 Mar. 1702 on d. of William III. Purveyor of Oats and Beans at London and Kensington 13 Jan. 1716 (LS 13/200, f. 29v). Ev. vac. 11 June 1727 on d. of George I.

Vicary, John Pankeeper of the Silver Scullery 20 Mar. 1792 (LS 13/204, f. 117). Vac. 19 Feb. 1812 on transfer to Windsor establishment (LS 13/184, p.253).

Vicary, Lewis Chaplain in Ordinary 1 Feb. 1672 (LC 3/27, f. 30v). No further occ.

Vicary, Walter Child of the Chapel Royal voice changed by July 1783 (LC 5/25, p. 74).

Vice, --- Chaplain in Ordinary [1660] (LC 3/2, f. 17). No further occ.

Vice, James Waterman at Pension occ. 24 July 1830 (LC 3/70, p. 8). No further occ.

Vick, Richard Watchmaker 8 Dec. 1722 (LC 3/63, p. 278). Vac. 11 June 1727 on d. of George I.

Vickars, Joseph Page of the Presence Chamber 8 Apr. 1713 (LC 5/166, p. 296; LC 3/7, f. 7). D. by 6 Sept. 1722 (LC 3/63 p. 275).
--Sewer of Chamber 15 Jan. 1715 (LS 13/200 f. 7). No further occ.
--Office Keeper to the [Secretary to the] Lord Chamberlain occ. 1716-1718 (Chamberlayne [1716] II iii, 564). Office deleted by 1723 (Ibid. [1723] II iii).

Vickary (Vickery, Vithary), Philip Page of the Cellar in Extraordinary (to succ. at next vacancy) 29 Apr. 1671 (LS 13/252, f. 188v). D. by 4 May 1677 (LS 13/254, f. 17).

Vickers, John Preaching Chaplain at Whitehall occ. 15 Feb. 1795-1803 (Wh Pbk 1). Vac. 1804 (Ibid.).

Vickers, Richard Waterman 13 Oct. 1719 (LC 3/63, p. 212; LC 3/64, p. 87). D. by 7 May 1737 (LC 3/65, p. 58).

Vignier, Joseph Footman occ. Est. of 12 Mar. 1669 (Dartmouth MSS ox D [w] 1778/v/132). Vac. by Est. of 28 Mar. 1682 (Ibid.).

Villiers, Hon. Charles Clerk of the Cheque of the Yeomen of the Guard 20 Sept. 1679 (CSPD 1679-80, p. 325; CSPD 1685, p. 61 [280]; CSPD 1689-90, p. 89 gives John [sic] Villiers). Surr. by 17 May 1690 (CSPD 1690-1, p. 12; LC 3/57 f. 6).

Villiers, Edward (Villiers) 1st Viscount see Villiers, Sir Edward

Villiers, Sir Edward, Kt. Knight Marshal Gt. in reversion 16 Feb. 1676 (LS 13/257, pp. 29-32; warrants for adm. 3 Mar. 1681: LS 13/253 f. 86; 13 Feb. 1687: LS 13/255 f. 23). D. by 4 July 1689 (LS 13/257, p. 28).

Villiers, Sir Edward, Kt. (cr. Viscount Villiers 20 Mar. 1691; Earl of Jersey 13 Oct. 1697) Knight Marshal Gt. in reversion 16 Feb. 1676 (LS 13/257, pp. 29-32; warrant for adm. 4 July 1689: ibid., p. 28). Vac. by 11 July 1700 (Ibid., pp. 174-6).
--Lord Chamberlain 24 June 1700 (LC 5/166, pp. 45, 70). Rem. by 24 Apr. 1704 (Ibid., p. 164; E. Gregg, Queen Anne [1980], p. 180).

Villiers, Hon. Francis Standard Bearer of the Gentlemen Pensioners 19 Aug. 1672 (CSPD 1672, p. 509). Lieutenant of the Gentlemen Pensioners 12 Nov. 1676 (CSPD 1676-7, p. 414; CSPD 1685, p. 40 [183]). Vac. 11 Dec. 1688 on abd. of James II.

Villiers, George Bussy (Villiers) styled Viscount (succ. as 4th Earl of Jersey 28 Aug. 1769) Vice Chamberlain 20 July 1765 (CHOP 1760-5, p. 651). Gentleman of the Bedchamber 20 Sept. 1769 (T 52/60, p. 323). Vac. 18 Dec. 1777 (T 53/54, pp. 210-11). Master of the Buckhounds 29 Mar. 1782 (HO 38/1, p. 10). Captain of the Gentlemen Pensioners 17 May 1783 (Ibid., p. 351). Vac. by 31 Dec. 1783 (Ibid., p. 480).

Villiers, Hon. George Groom of the Bedchamber 17 Jan. 1783 (LC 3/67, p. 148). Pd. to 10 Mar. 1812 (T 53/64, p. 375).

Villiers, Henry Sergeant Porter 1 Mar. 1689 (LS 13/257 p. 2). Res. by 13 Mar. 1690 (Ibid., p. 44).
--Master of the Tennis Courts app. for life of Thomas Cooke 15 Sept. 1689 (C 66/3330). Vac. 14 Dec. 1697 on d. of same (CTB XIV, 208).

Villiers, Hon. John Charles Comptroller of the Household 21 Feb. 1787 (LS 13/265, f. 58v). Res. by 19 Feb. 1790 (Ibid., f. 62).

Villiers, Walter Page of Honour 21 May 1724 (LS 13/200, f. 68). Vac. 11 June 1727 on d. of George I.

Vilmet, Amant Master Cook of the Kitchen at Carlton House 19 Feb. 1812 (LS 13/265, ff. 79v, 83v). Chief Cook of the Kitchen 10 Oct. 1822 (LS 2/48). Pd. to 15 July 1830 (LS 2/56).

Vince, Samuel Berney Preaching Chaplain at Whitehall occ. 19 Nov. 1815-1826 (Wh Pbk 1). Vac. 1827 (Ibid.).

Vincent, Edward Groom of the Chamber 'in Ordinary without fee' 1 Jan. 1670 (LC 3/26, f. 140). No further occ.

Vincent, George Chaplain in Extraordinary 11 Mar. 1693 (LC 3/32, p. 118). No further occ.

Vincent, Jacob Purveyor of Hay, Oats, Beans and Litter at Hampton Court 1 Jan. 1695 (LS 13/198, f. 50). Ev. vac. 8 Mar. 1702 on d. of William III.

Vincent, Nathaniell Chaplain in Ordinary 24 Oct. 1679 (LC 3/28, f. 24). Chaplain in Waiting occ. 1684 (Chamberlayne [1684], p. 171). Vac. by 1687 (Ibid. [1687], pp. 157-58).

Vincent, Shadrack (Shadrick, Richard) Messenger in Extraordinary 28 June 1736 (LC 3/65, p. 49). Messenger 24 July 1737 (Ibid., p. 62). D. by 15 May 1754 (Ibid., p. 279).

Vincent, Simonity Sewer of the Chamber 12 Dec. 1731 (LC 3/64, p. 237). D. by 27 Jan. 1752 (LC 3/65, p. 256).

Vincent, Thomas Musician 22 Jan. 1728 (LC 3/64, p. 144). D. by 30 Dec. 1751 (LC 3/65, p. 255).

Vincent, Thomas Musician 30 Dec. 1751 (LC 3/65, p. 255; LC 3/67, p. 40).
--Barber 19 Jan. 1761 (LC 3/58, f. 97).

D. by 6 June 1798 (LC 3/68, p. 45).

Vincent, William Chaplain 18 May 1776 (LC 3/67, p. 91). Res. by 22 July 1802 on app. as Dean of Westminster (LC 3/68, p. 72; Fasti III, 349).
--Sub Almoner 28 Nov. 1783 (LS 13/204, f.15v). Vac. by 16 Feb. 1808 (Ibid., f. 79).

Vincicomb, John Preaching Chaplain at Whitehall occ. 20 Sept. 1801-1807 (Wh Pbk 1). Vac. 1808 (Ibid.).

Vincicombe, Richard Trumpeter app. c. 1759 (LC 3/19, p. 17). Last occ. 17 Jan. 1779 (LC 5/30). Vac. by Est. of 1782 (Shelburne MSS. 125, p. 181).

Vine, John Groom of the Crown [Coursers' or Great Horse] Stable occ. Est. of 12 Mar. 1669 (Dartmouth MSS ox D [w] 1778/v/132). Vac. by Est. of 28 Mar. 1682 (Ibid.).

Viner, Jonathan Messenger in Extraordinary 12 Mar. 1661 (LC 3/26, f. 130). No further occ.

Viner, Thomas Chaplain in Extraordinary [13 Feb. 1662] (LC 3/26, f. 127v). No further occ.

Vinser, George Chaplain in Ordinary 19 Mar. 1673 (LC 3/27, f. 30v). No further occ.

Vintner, --- Chaplain in Ordinary 1660-61 (LC 3/26, f. 32). No further occ.

Vittinge, Richard Messenger to attend the Commissioners for the City of Norwich 5 July 1661 (LC 3/26, f. 130). No further occ.

Vivian, Daniel Chaplain in Extraordinary 14 June 1670 (LC 3/26, f. 128v). No further occ.

Vivian, Daniell Sewer 'in Ordinary' (w/o fee) 17 Feb. 1673 (LC 3/27, f. 22). No further occ.

Vivian (Vivean), Daniel Gentleman Pensioner 14 Mar. 1673 (Badminton MSS Fm H 2/4/1, f. 24). Vac. 6 Jan. 1675 (Ibid., f. 25). Gentleman Pensioner Nov. 1676 (Badminton MSS Fm H 2/4/1, f. 25v). Occ. 1679 to 25 Dec. 1700 (Chamberlayne [1679], p. 181; Badminton MSS Fm H 2/4/1, f. 29v; E 407/2/77). Vac. by 25 Dec. 1701 (E 407/2/78).

Vivian, Francis Sewer 'in Ordinary' (w/o fee) 26 Feb. 1672 (LC 3/27, f. 22). No further occ.

Vivian, Isaack Sewer 'in Ordinary' (w/o fee) 17 Mar. 1673 (LC 3/27, f. 22). No further occ.

Vivian, James William Gentleman of the Chapel Royal (priest) 28 Dec. 1815 (LS 13/204, f. 99v). Last occ. 1855 (RK [1855], p. 148). Vac. by 1856 (Ibid. [1856], p. 149).

Vivian, John Chaplain occ. 1769-1771 (RK [1769], p. 79; last occ. ibid. [1771], p. 78). Vac. by 1772 (Ibid. [1772], pp. 78-79; if John Vivian, Professor of Modern Languages at Oxford, d. 1771: GM XLI, p. 142).

Vivian, Nicholas Yeoman of the Mouth of the Bakehouse 22 Aug. 1660 (LS 13/7, f. 2). Vac. by 1 Oct. 1664 (LS 13/34).

Vivian, Sir Richard Hussey, Kt. (cr. Bart. 19 Jan. 1828) Extra Equerry May 1812 (MOH WB 3, p. 54). Equerry occ. 1816-1830 (RK [1816], p. 127; ibid. [1830], p. 126). Groom of the Bedchamber 17 July 1830 (LC 3/70, p. 45). No further occ.

Vivian, Thomas Supernumerary Clerk of the Kitchen 27 May 1662 (LS 13/252, ff. 82, 83v; LS 13/31, f. 16v; LS 13/255, f. 11v). Second Clerk of the Kitchen 12 Nov. 1688 (LS 13/255, f. 38v). First Clerk of the Kitchen 30 Mar. 1689 (LS 13/257, p. 14). Second Clerk Comptroller of the Green Cloth 22 Jan. 1690 (Ibid., p. 42). Bur. 3 Sept. 1691 (HP 1660-90 III, 645).

Vivian, Thomas Fourth Child of the Queen's Kitchen 29 Aug. 1660 (LS 13/7, f. 8). No further occ.

Vizard, W. Larderer of Stores pd. from 8 Aug. 1830 to 5 Apr. 1831 (LS 2/56, f. 5-LS 2/57). Vac. 6 Apr. 1831 (LS 2/57).

Vodka, Alexius Physician in Extraordinary 10 Mar. 1662 (LC 3/26, f. 143). No further occ.

Vokins, Richard First Groom of the Chandry 29 Apr. 1671 (LS 13/252, f. 188v). Second Yeoman of the Chandry 28 June 1672 (Ibid., f. 178v). First Yeoman of the Chandry 29 Jan. 1676 (LS 13/254, f. 13, app. prob. coinciding with that of John Bartlet as Second Yeoman of the Chandry). Yeoman of the Chandry 22 Apr. 1685 (LS 13/10, f. 6). First Yeoman of the Chandry 26 Mar. 1689 (LS 13/256). Vac. 8 Mar. 1702 on d. of William III.

von Amen, Max Page of the Bedchamber 16 Mar. 1689 (LC 3/31, p. 13). Vac. by 3 Apr. 1694 (LC 3/61, f. 68; LS 13/257, 1 Mar. 1695).

Vossius (Voussius), Isaack Chaplain in Ordinary [Feb. 1675] (LC 3/28, f. 23). Chaplain in Waiting 27 Jan. 1675 (LC 3/24, f. 14). No further occ.

Votman, Henry 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.

Voyce, Anna Maria Washer of the Coarse Linen 1 Jan. 1749 (LS 13/201, f. 128). D. 22 Jan. 1775 (LS 2/6).

Vuljohn, William Second Groom of Scalding House 18 June 1684 (LS 13/254 f. 60v). First Groom of Scalding House 1 Nov. 1684 (LS 13/9 f. 13). Second Groom of the Scalding House 22 Apr. 1685 (Ibid.). D. 29 Oct. 1687 (LS 13/10, f. 10).

Vulliamy (Pulliamy), Benjamin Clockmaker 27 Mar. 1772 (LC 3/58, p. 408). D. by 26 Dec. 1811 (LC 3/68, p. 129v).

Vulliamy, Benjamin Lewis Clockmaker 26 Dec. 1811 (LC 3/68, p. 129v; reap. 24 July 1830, vacated: 'not reappointed to cease with the present possessor'). Last occ. 1854 (RK [1854], p. 153). Vac. by 1855 (Ibid. [1855], p. 153).

Vyner (Viner), Sir Robert, bt. Goldsmith 12 June 1660 (LC 3/28, f. 29; LC 3/56, p. 40). D. by 26 Oct. 1688 (LC 3/29, f. 36v).

Vyner (Viner), Robert (later Sir Robert) Groom of the Jewel Office 14 Feb. 1688 (LC 3/30, p. 81). Goldsmith 26 Oct. 1688 (LC 3/29, f. 36v; LC 3/57, f. 37v). D. by 2 Apr. 1689 (LC 3/57, f. 37v).

Vyner, Thomas Equerry of the Hunting Stable 1 Jan. 1679 (LS 13/197, f. 63v; last occ. Est. of early 1685: Dartmouth MSS ox D [w] 1778/v/132). Purveyor and Granitor occ. Est. of 31 Mar. 1685 (Dartmouth MSS ox D [w] 1778/v/132). Ev. vac. 11 Dec. 1688 on abd. of James II.

Vyner, Thomas Groom of the Jewel Office 28 June 16825 (LC 3/24, f. 15; LC 3/56, p. 40). Vac. by 14 Feb. 1688 (Ibid.). Groom of the Jewel Office 26 Oct. 1688 (LC 3/30, p. 81; LC 3/32, p. 59). Surr. by 9 July 1694 (LC 3/57 p. 2).