Office-Holders in Modern Britain: Volume 11 (Revised), Court Officers, 1660-1837. Originally published by University of London, London, 2006.
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Lutenist of the Chapel Royal 1707–1837
The lutenist of the chapel royal was appointed by warrant of the dean to the sub dean. He was established at £41 10s in 1707. (fn. 1)
|1707||7 Mar.||Shore, J.|
|1752||13 Dec.||Immyns, J.|
|1764||17 July||Medley, G.|
|1774||8 Jan.||Friend, J.|
|1778||30 Jan.||Nares, J.|
|1780||1 June||Ayrton, E.|
|1805||14 May||Smith, J. S.|
|By 1809||Evans, C.|
|1817||16 June||Hawes, W.|
Violist of the Chapel Royal 1712–1837
The violist of the chapel royal was appointed by warrant of the dean to the sub dean. He was awarded £40 per annum in 1712; this was raised to £41 10s in 1727; and lowered to £32 by 1825. (fn. 2)