Office-Holders in Modern Britain: Volume 11 (Revised), Court Officers, 1660-1837. Originally published by University of London, London, 2006.
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Porters at the Queen's House ?1768–1812
Porters and assistant porters at the Queen's House were appointed by warrant of the lord steward. They were paid £60 per annum. The first assistant porter made £30 per annum, the second and third, £25. (fn. 1) These places were transferred to the Windsor establishment in 1812.
Porters c. 1768–1812
Assistant Porter c.1768–?1771
First Assistant Porter 1771–1812
Second Assistant Porter and Sweeper 1771–1812
|1771||1 Aug.||Treherne, D.|
|1775||22 Nov.||Harlow, G.|
|1781||29 Oct.||Clarke, A.|
|1788||6 July||Tuckfill, T. (?W).|
|1791||6 July||Baker, T.|
|1801||6 Apr.||Bevan, R.|
|1804||22 May||Wake, T. G.|