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Full text of "Register of the Freemen of the City of York"

THE 

PUBLICATIONS 

OF THE 

SDRTEES SOCIETY 

VOL. CII. 



FEINTED BY 

8POTTIBWOODB AND CO., NEW-STREET SQUARH 
LONDON 






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PUBLICATIONS 



OF THE 






SUETEES SOCIETY 






ESTABLISHED IN THE YEAR 
M.DCCC.XXXIV. 




VOL. OIL 



FOE THE YEAR MDCCCXCIX. 



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LIBRARY 

741251 

UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO 



REGISTER 



OF THE 



FREEMEN OF THE CITY OF YORK 



FROM THE CITY EECORDS. 



VOL. II. 
1559-1759, 



for fyt jfcon 

BY ANDREWS & CO., DURHAM; 

WHITTAKER & CO., 2, WHITE HART STREET, PATERNOSTER SQUARE; 

BERNARD QUARITCH, 15, PICCADILLY; 

BLACKWOOD & SONS, EDINBURGH. 

1900. 



At a Meeting of the Council of THE SUBTEES SOCIETY, 
held in Durham Castle on Tuesday, December 4th, 1894, 
it was 

ORDERED, That the Register of the Freemen of York, 
which commences in 1272, should be edited for the Society 
by Dr. Francis Collins. 



PBEFACE 



THIS volume carries the list of the Freemen of the City of 
York from the 1st of Queen Elizabeth to the end of the 
reign of George II., a period of 200 years, and, as stated 
in the previous volume, to the date of Mr. Davies' list, which 
covers the years from 1760 to 1835. It adds the names and 
occupations of 16,600 Freemen to those published in Vol. I. 
Perhaps the principal interest it contains is genealogical, for 
it will be found that there is a very notable increase in 
the number of those claiming their freedom by patrimony ; 
and as, in each instance, the name of the father is given it 
will be found a great help to searchers in tracing their descent 
from the citizens of York. The most notable admissions to the 
freedom ' by order ' are, perhaps, the names of William, 
Duke of Cumberland, in 1745, and William Pitt in 1757. It 
is interesting also to note the very marked addition to the 
number of trades, arising from the prosperity of the country 
and the increase in the wealth of the inhabitants of the city, 
bringing with them the greater demand for the comforts as 
well as, what were then considered, the luxuries of life. 



CORRIGENDA 

VOL. I 

Page 36, for Kicardus de Maunesfeld, sadder, read sadler 
69, for Joh. Eendour de Gymston read Grymston 
100, for Jhomas Johanneson read [Tjhomas 
,, 127, for Camerarii read Camerariis 
154, for Alexander Meverons read Meverous 
203, for Johannes de Moleys, parkendynmaker, read 

prikendynmaker (? for Brigandine-maker) 
,, 266, for Cristoferus Maukyn read Mankin 

VOL. II 

67, for Johannes Worth read North 

68, for Thomas Pausax read Pansax 

98, for Jon. Beck read Joh. Beck 

99, for Willelmi Tesk read Tesh 

223, Bic. Neallale, draper, thus in the original, should 

perhaps have been written Neall, ale draper 
273, for John Coble read Cobb 



THE 



FREEMEN OF YORK 



1 ELIZ., ANNO DOMINI MDLIX, A FESTO SANCTI MAUBICII, JAC. 
HAERYNGTON, MAJORE. JOH. BACHELER, JOH. WYLKYNSON, 
EDW. HARRYSON, THO. CARTMELL, ROB. KETLAND, THO. 
TEMPLE, WALT. MUDD, ROB. TESYMOND, CAMERARIIS 



Johannes Marser, tylemaker 
Thomas Story, fyssher 
Georgius Turton, merchant 
Henricus Eychardson, cordyner 
Robertas Deanome, goldsmyth 
Willelmus Vavasour, gentlyman 
Nycholas Baynbrige, joyner 
Thomas Plewman, joyner 
Ricardus Walker, glover 
Robertas Frankrewe, potycary 
Ricardus Bellerby, founderer 
Hugo Pollerd, walker 
Marmaduke Waynman, fyshe- 

monger 

Willelmus Glest, hatmaker 
Thomas Langton, curryor 
Edward Burrell, tapitor 
Edward Bolles, bowar 
Willelmus Gray, cordjner 
Ricardus Swale, cordyner 
Bryanus Loncaster, blaksmyth 
Johannes Fawsett, tyller 
Hugo Pulrose, tyller 



Robertus Sylcoke, shereman 
Thomas Robynson, cordyner 
Willelmus Todd, goldsmyth 
Cristofer Rayne, bocher 
Thomas Mayson, capper 
Ricardus Fell, tapitour 
Hugo Pott, inholder 
Willelmus Drynkell, tayllour 
Ricardus Sadler, cordyner 
Johannes Dawson, bocher 
Willelmus Chewe, surgyon 
Willelmus Toppyng, bocher 
Abraam Preston, taillor 
Willelmus Grave, tapitor 
John Browne, tanner 
William Browne, inholder 
Bryan Wyddar, loksmyth 
Thomas Nyccolson, baker 
John Sunman, tanner 
William Atkynson, blaksmyth 
Symon Mapperlay, sadler 
John Prynce, tanner 



PER PATRES 

Thomas Tayllyor, taillor, fil. Johannis Taillyour, armorer 
Jacobus Elwyke, merchant, fil. Radulphi Elwyke, draper 
Petrus Brearclyf, smyth, fil. Milonis Brereclyf, smyth 
Thomas Appleyerd, merchant, fil. Thomae Appleyerd, alderman 



VOL. n. 



2 THE FREEMEN OF YORK, 1559-60 

Robertus Clerke, scryvener, fil. Michaelis Clerke, gent. 

Johannes Robson, mylner, fil. Hugonis Robson, carpenter 

Willelmus Boweman, cutlar, fil. Petri Bowman, cordyner 

Thomas Harper, taillyor, fil. Johannis Harper, mynstrell 

Johannes Braithwate, tyller, fil. Willelmi Brathwate, baker 

Robertus Chace, skynner, fil. Thomas Chace', skynner 

Michaell Slater, bocher, fil. Willelmi Slater, skynner 

Ricardus Dykson, skynner, fil. Henrici Dykson, cordyner 

Henricus Fox, bocher, fil. Thomae Fox, laborer 

Ricardus Cokk, taillor, fil. Johannis Cokk, cowper 

Stephanus Messynger, mylner, fil. Thomas Messynger, mylner 

Agnes Robson, lawndrer, fil. Hugonis Robson, wright 

Charles Dawson, cordyner, fil. Tjipmae Dawson, wever 

Ricardus Yole, cordyner, fil. Thorns Yole, cordyner 

Johannes Clydero, bocher, fil. Ricardi Clydero, taillour 

Georgius Elwyke, sadler, fil. Radulphi Elwyke, draper 

Rad. Emondson, goldsmyth, fil. Job. Emondson, attorn, pontis Use 

Henricus Warrener, lytster, fil. Johannis Warrener, lytster 

"Wilfridus Wylman, taillor, fil. Willelmi Wylman, taillor 



2 ELIZ., PERCIV. GARFORTH, MAJORE. RIG. NORTH, THO. 
DONNINGTON, JOH. ESHE, MERCHANTS, WILL. MARSTON, 
SADDLER, WILL. MAYSON, BAK., THO. HARRYSON, CORDYNER, 
CAMERARIIS 



Willelmus Peter, baker 
Jac. Byrtby, clericus vicecomitis 
Jacobus Whyte, sylkman 
Thomas Waynman, cordyner 
Robert Roper, marryner 
Cuthbart Lambert, bocher 
Thomas Rychemon, mettelman 
Henricus Shadforth, bocher 
Matheeus Whekysley, skynner 
Leonardus Wylson, joyner 
Stephyn Morland, tyller 
Anthony Lowerance, pewterer 
Johannes Wyseman, pewterer 
Johannes Wright, pewterer 
Willelmus Watson, panyerman 
Willelmus Owthwate, merchant 
Robertus Barton, bocher 
Mylo Dawson, smyth 
Robertus Godson, tapitour 
Humfry Atkynson, taillour 
Thomas Stele, taillour 
Willelmus Gybson, taillor 
Hugo Barton, taillor 
Thomas Tyndale, baker 



Jacobus Cowke, bocher 
Augustyne Sparke, pannyerman 
Johannes Esheley, marcer 
Johannes Condall, berebruer 
Thomas Taillyour, glover 
Ricardus Johnson, tayllor 
Johannes Wrightson, yoman 
Leonardus Tayllour, cordyner 
Gawyn Garner, tapitour 
Thomas Wylson, parchmener 
Robertus Wyllyson, potter 
Patricius Gward, inholder 
Thomas Watson, potter 
Franciscus Taillyour, pynner 
Marmaduke Ledale, skynner 
Cristoferus Dent, pewterer 
Nicholaus Smyth, taillour 
Johannes Tail!, armorer 
Johannes Creswyk, armorer 
Willelmus Barker, tanner 
Johannes Frear, porter 
Willelmus Newett, fyshemonger 
Charles Turton, glover 
Edward Johnson, tanner 



THE FREEMEN OF YORK, 15GO-1 

Ricardus Dover, taillour Radulphus Johnson, yoman 

Marmaduke Pert, panyerman i Johannes Dykson, baker 

Ricardus Huton, panyerman ! Arthurus Myers, tanner 
Nicolaus Valentyne, tanner Willelmus Were, bottelmaker 



Robertas Stampe, fyshe (sic) 
Johannes Revell, carpenter 
Georgius Skotson, armorer 



Thomas Heghyngton, cowper 
Georgius Wylkynson, tanner 
Thomas Cawod, dyer 



Johannes Cryplyng, taillour 

PEE PATRES 

Johannes Parker, notary, fil. Johannis Parker, cordyner 
Willelmus Paycoke, merchant, fil. Roberti Paycoke, aldermani 
Johannes White, vyntener, fil. Georgii White, gener. def. 
Johannes Skelton, goldsmyth, fil. Stephani Skelton, cowke 
Cristoferus Dykson, baker, fil. Johannis Dykson, baker 
Johannes Plewman, mylner, fil. Henrici Plewman, mylner 
Willelmus Newby, curryour, fil. Jacobi Newby, tanner 
Petrus Olyf, plomer, fil. Johannis Olyf, plomer 
Georgius Watson, porter, fil. Ricardi Watson, tapitour 
Charles Wylcoke, glover, fil. Thomae Wylkok, glover 
Robertus Wylcoke, glover, fil. Edward Wylcoke, glover 
Johannes Williamson, baker, fil. Lancelote Williamson, baker 
Martinus Cowke, joyner, fil. Andreas Cowke, joyner 
Petrus Pereson, curryour, fil. Johannis Pereson, curryour 
Paullus Mayson, clericus, fil. Thomas Maison, glover 
Ricardus Huton, grocer, fil. Ricardi Huton, tapitour 
Willelmus Preston, taillior, fil. Willelmi Preston, taillor 
Willelmus Carlile, taillor, fil. Jacobi Carlile, hosyer 
Johannes Hewetson, glover, fil. Thomas Hewetson, glover 
Sampson Gregges, taillor, fil. Thomae Gregges, vyntener 
Ricardus Burgh, taillor, fil. Johannis Burgh, vytteler 
Jacobus Leppynyton, merchant, fil. Gregorii Leppyngton, cowper 
Johannes Harry son, merchant, fil. Willelmi Harry son, pynner 
Georgius Emondson, yoman, fil. Johannis Emondson, attorney 
Radulphus lies, taillor, fil. Henrici lies, taillour 
Thomas Plomer, laborer, fil. Johannis Plomer, glover 



3 ELIZ., THO. LAWSON, MAJORE. JOH. HEWSON, EDW. GYLPYN, 
JOH. CHAMBRE, MERCHANTS, PET. PULLAYN, VYNT. ROB. 
JAKSON, WILL. LAMBE, TANNERS, CAMERARIIS 



Johannes Fell, cowke 
Thomas Slater, inholder 
Ricardus Blyth, merchant 
Jacobus Wray, marryner 
Willelmus Byccarton, tylemaker 
Edwardus Johnson, baker 
AnthoniuB Harry ngton, taillor 



Johannes Whytfeld, marchant 
Hugh Parker, marchant 
Marmaducus Bowes, glover 
Willelmus Harrold, taillor 
Willelmus Cowper, inholder 
Leonard Howburd 
Ambrosius Burgh, harper 

B2 



THE FEEEMEN OF YORK, 1561-2 



Will. Gybson, eornemerchant 
Robartus Baytes, lernydman 
Gilbartus Bobynson, vyntener 
Edwardus Williamson, cordyner 
Willelnms Bogeshe, paynter 
Ricardus Hndeles, tapitor 
Lowerance Robynson, merchant 
Thomas Feild, carryer 
Johannes Butlar, mylner 
Xpofer Dowburn, gyrdler 
Johannes Robynson, founderer 
Willelmus Wylson, curryor 
Ricardus Raykes, marryner 
Robartus Prewry, vyntener 
Johannes Colgram, joyner 
Robartus Foster, panyerman 
Johannes Baynton, marcer 
Antony Pullay, marchant 
Arthure Grame, taillor 
Johannes Chambre, taillor 
Thomas Browne, tanner 
Marmaduke Webster, taillor 
George Kytchyng, goldsmyth 
Peter Byrtby, marchant 



Peter Hall, marchant 
Martyn Marshall, marchant 
Ricardus Gaites, baker 
Thomas Johnson, shereman 
Symon Burdon, joyner 
Xpofer Place, taillor 
George Gonby, marryner 
Will. Smalcher, fyshemonger 
Bartylmewe Elden, taillor 
Richard Mower, baker 
Ricardus Knolles, cowke 
Willelmus Harryson, tyller 
Willelmus Symson, carpenter 
Arthurus Hodshon, mynstrell 
Rogerus Hardy, taillor 
Johannes Wodcoke, grocer 
Mighell Clapume, paynter 
Willelmus Geffray, taillor 
Fabyan Farlay, marcer 
Myles Thomson, tyller 
Ricardus Wylson, baker 
Ricardus Colson, cordyner 
Johannes Wrightson, tanner 
Johannes Robynson, joyner 



PEE PATBES 

Petrus Neleson, joyner, fil. Thomse Neleson, butcher 
Willelmus Smyth, taillor, fil. Henrici Smyth, sporiyer 
Thomas Parker, cordyner, fil. Johannis Parker, cordyner 
Willelmus Penriyngton, marchant, fil. Willelmi Penny ngton, 

Ebor., marchant 
Randallus Bewly, taillor, fil. Randalli Bewly, vestment-maker 



de 



4 ELIZ., THO. APPLEYEED, MAJOEE. THO. APPLEYEED, JUN., JOH. 
WEIGHT, WILL. EOBYNSON, MEECHANTS, LEON. LONESDALE, 
BAK., JOH. GELDEED, JAG. TAILLYOUE, AEMOEEES, CAMEEAEIIS 



Johannes Pottes, panyerman 
Franciscus Yodson, goldsmyth 
Johannes Jakson, mettelman 
Willelmus Hatton, inholder 
Ricardus Smyth, baker 
Willelmus Homer, bocher 
Thomas Wylson, fletcher 
Johannes Saxton, inholder 
Johannes Arkendale, baker 
Anthonius Graves, vytteler 
Leonardos Skepper, inkeper 



Johannes Butles, porter 
Georgius Dewsbury, joynour 
Franciscus Adam, mylner 
Symon Butterfeld, bocher 
Cristoferus Foxgill, bocher 
Thomas Awmond, bocher 
Willelmus Rayner, tayller 
Thomas Croseby, panyerman 
Francis Jopson, mylner 
Gabriell Wyle, panyerman 
Willelmus Watson, fyshemonger 



THE FREEMEN OF YORK, 1562-3 



Thomas Humfray, vytteler 
Nycholas Baynes, tayllyor 
Cristoferus Todd, tyller 
Mighell Hutchonson, armorer 
Johannes Cleburne, inkeper 
Thomas Lambe, paynter 
Ricardus Hewet, marchant 
Mighell Nycholson, cordyner 
Thomas Johnson, tayllyor 
Jerome Hewson, tayllyor 
Johannes Rawe, tayllyor 



Petrus Burnesall, wever 
Willelmus Cowthus, founderer 
Johannes Gell, tyller 
Johannes Wawton, mylner 
Willelmus Wrightson, tanner 
Johannes Plaites, cowke 
Johannes Marshall, smyth 
Johannes Hunter, loksmyth 
Georgius Hunter, vyntener 
Rogerus Morres, cowke 
Willelmus Bekwith, taillyor 



PEE PATBES 

Oswaldus Hedwyn, merchant, fil. Oswini Hedwyn, marchant 
Henricus Preston, sadler, fil. Johannis Preston de Ebor., cowper 
Georgius Huton, berebruer, fil. Johannis Huton, berebruer 
Jacobus Kylburne, draper, fil. Johannis Kylburne, tayllyor 
Johannes Breray, vytteler, fil. Ricardi Breray, goldsmyth 
Willelmus Plewman, mylner, fil. Georgii Plewman, mylner 
Willelmus Myddelton, porter, fil. Willelmi Myddelton, tanner 
Thomas Ostler, taylyor, fil. Thomae Ostler, pewterer 
Willelmus Emondson, notary, fil. Johannis Emondson, yoman 
Thomas Robynson, stacyoner, fil. Jacobi Robynson, merchant 
Petrus Marston, sadler, fil. Willelmi Marston, sadler 
Jacobus Cowper, fletcher, fil. Willelmi Cowper, fletcher 
Johannes Weddell, bocher, fil. Johannis Weddell, bocher 
Geo. Tayllyor, barb. & chandler, fil. Johannis Tayllyor, chandler 
Leonardus White, marchant, fil. Georgii White, vyntener 



5 ELIZ., JAC. SYMSON, MAJOEE. LAUK. GEENE, GENT., EOB. 
GYLMYN, GOLDSMITH, EOB. DEEWEY, VINT., GEO. GOODYON, 
INHOLD., THO. KETLAND, BAK., THO. MIDDYLTON, JUN., TANN., 
CAMEEAEIIS 



Edwardus Faucet, notarius 
Franciscus Rudd, taylyor 
Xpoferus Rychardson, cordyner 
Georgius Draver, clerke 
Robertus Atkynson, glasyer 
Rolland Fausett, taylyor 
Willelmus Harryson, taylyor 
Gilbertus Spence, bocher 
Jacobus Granger, marchant 
Robertus Mawde, marchant 
Thomas Mower, draper 
Robertus Cowke, inholder 
Franciscus Bayne, marchant 
Willelmus Calwell, ledderdresser 



Henricus Ingg, cordyner 
Lancelet Whitfeld, inholder 
Willelmus Harryson, carpenter 
Johannes Smyth, carryer 
Marcus Wray, goldsmyth 
Johannes Bellerby, smyth 
Thomas Parker, tayllyor 
Mighell Watson, pynner 
Ricardus Wightman, mylner 
Willelmus Hall, sporyer 
Matha3us Brathwate, founderer 
Thomas Were, carpenter 
Thomas Nodder, tanner 
Johannes Palysar, carpenter 



THE FREEMEN OF YORK, 1563-4 



Edmond Baynbrige, joynor 
Rubertus Bowd, taylyor 
Willelmus Feron, fyshemonger 
Mathaeus Paige, baker 



Thomas Jacksonne, inholder 
Crystoferus Maltby, draper 
Johannes Lytster, gent. 
Cristoferus Landers, berebruer 



PER PATBES 

Johannes Hedwyn, marchant, fil. Oswini Hedwyn, marchant 
Ricardus Mason, sadler, fil. Thomae Mason, sadler 
Willelmus Huton, tanner, fil. Jacobi Huton, tapitour 
Willelmus Pollerd, yornan, fil. Johannis Pollerd, monetarii 
Johannes Neleson, marohant, fil. Johannis Neleson, cordyner 
Jacobus Stokk, notarius publicus, fil. Johannis Stokk, curryor 
Wilfridus Smyth, cowper, fil. Willelmi Smyth, wever 
Thomas Thomson, gyrdler, fil. Willelmi Thomson, smyth 
Johannes Yaites, laborer, fil. Johannis Yaites, cordyner 
Willelmus Branton, smyth, fil. Stephani Branton, sni} th 



6 ELIZ., JOH. BEAN, MAJORS. THO. NEWTON, ROB. BROWKE, 
RAD. MYKYLTHWATE, MERCAT., ED. SANDES, GENT., NICH. 
VALENTYNE, TANN., THO. WALLER, INHOLD., XPOF. RAYl^E, 
BOCHER, JOH. SKOFELD, BOOKBIND., THO. TYRRY, SMYTH, 
RAGINALDO BATTY, TYLEMAKER, CAMERARIIS 



Georgius Wylson, baker 
Willelmus Spenser, inholder 
Robertus Smyth goldsmyth 
Johannes Harkay, wever 
Johannes Marshall, fyshemonger 
Brianus Maxwell, joynor 
Robertus Hewet, tayllyor 
Petrus Dobson, fyssherman 
Nicholaus Rykward, goldfyner 
Thomas Hoggyll, marryner 
W T illelmus Lyth, roper 
Robertus Thomson, glasyer 
Rogerus Swynbanke, tayllyour 
Xpofer Raysyng, tallyor 
Robertus Grene, brasyer 
Willelmus Wylkynson, mylner 
Johannes Sturton, draper 
.Robertus Myddelton, watterman 
Johannes Hall, tayllyor 
Henricus Mower, clericus 



Thomas Jobson, cowke 
Thomas Barker, yoman 
Gilbertus Fawset, pewterer 
Robertus Sawheld, carpenter 
Sampson Persyvall, marchant 
Thomas Kyddall, vytteler 
Augustyne Dokham, tayllyor 
Parcivallus Brooke, marchant 
Willelmus Rutter, wever 
Thomas Andro, tayllyor 
Willelmus Hewetson, marchant 
Willelmus Clerkson, scryvener 
Johannes Geldert, vytteler 
Thomas Metcalf, inholder 
Johannes Gelderd, comon hyrd 
Jacobus Frost, clericus 
Thomas Conyston, panyerman 
Math. Crosethwat, waxchandltr 
Robertus Shereshawe, yoman 
Johannes Metcalf, marchant 



PEE PATBES 

Thomas Barker, marchant, fil. Willelmi Barker, tayllor, def. 
Ricardus Leach e, barbor, fil. Xpoferi Leache, barbor 



THE FREEMEN OF YORK, 1564-5 7 

Willelmus Myddelton, tayllyor, fil. Rollandi Myddelton, cordyner 

Edwardus Turner, wever, fil. Thomae Turner, inholder 

Thomas Pape, baker, fil. Willelmi Pape, tanner 

Willelmus Ledale, marchant, fil. Petri Ledale, baker 

Charles Skayf, baker, fil. Johannis Skayf, cordyner 

Ricardus Bowes, mylner, fil. Robert! Bowes, mylner 

Leonardus Hall, marchant, fil. Robert! Hall, alderman 

Johannes Thomson, carryer, fil. Georgii Thomson, carryer 

Thomas Thomson, carryer, fil. praedicti Georgii Thomson 

Tho. Brygham, barbor and chandler, fil. Willelmi Brygham, harbor 

Robartus Nycholson, pewterer, fil. Rogeri Nyccolson, pewterer 

Robartus Monkton, cowke, fil. Johannis Monkton, gyrdler 



7 ELIZ., WILL. WATSON, MAJORE. ROB. HALL, JOH. HARRYSON, 
ANDR. TREWE, MERCAT., WILL. GYLMYN, DRAP., OSWALDO 
DENT, FOUND., ROB. HUTCHINSON, TAN., GEO. FAWSETT, 
GLOV., WILL. GYBSON, YOMAN, CAMERARIIS 



Nycholaus Davy son, laborer 
Robartus Pereson, wever 
Johannes Bynkes, bottelmaker 
Thomas Sawheld, laborer 
Willelmus Watson, marchant 
Johannes Standeven, inholder 
Gylfeyld Burrell, tapitour 
Willelmus Butlar, vytteler 
Johannes Bawderstone, waite 
Ricardus Thomson, baker 
Edwardus Raylton, yoman 
Willelmus Calverd, bocher 
Martinus Wait, jyrkynmaker 
Cristoferus Harbart, blaksmyth 
Johannes Balland, cordyner 



Willelmus Walles, cobler 
Petrus Wylkynson, hatter 
Robartus Fawdington, marchant 
Ricardus Bromefeld, hatter 
Thomas Chyld, skynner 
Robartus Feron, mylner 
Johannes Tanfeld, mylner 
Georgius Robynson, tyller 
Will. Nottyngham, parchemener 
Petrus Pecket, yeoman 
Willelmus Hutchonson, baker 
Anthonius Taill, mylner 
James Fawsett, glover 
Henricus Pulleyn, scryvener 



PER PATBES 

Oswaldus Parker, cordyner, fil. Johannis Parker, cordyner 
Oliverus Tyrry, smyth, fil. Thomaa Tyrry, smyth 
Jacobus Bekwith, marchant, fil. Willelmi Bekwyth, alderman 
Charolus Bacheler, glasyer, fil. Johannis Bacheler, cordyner 
Ricardus Dawson, bocher, fil. Anthonii Dawson, bocher 
Petrus Pape, surgyon, fil. Jacobi Pape, fyssher 
Johannes Stoke, goldsmyth, fil. Johannis Stoke, curryer 
Willelmus Smyth, tanner, fil. Thomse Smythe, tanner 
Willelmus Fletcher, shipwright, fil. Johannis Fletcher, tapitour 



8 



THE FREEMEN OF YORK, 1566 



8 ELIZ., ROB. PAYCOKE, MAJORE. MICH. BROWNERYGE, HUMF. 
ELLYS, NOTAREYS, GEO. KYTCHEN, GOLDSMITH, JOH. STAND- 
EVEN, VINT., CAMERARIIS 



Petrus Watson, tanner 
Johannes Walker, wever 
Johannes Wilson, founderer 
Thomas Brydkyrke, porter 
Ricardus Tayllyer, inholder 
Cristoferus Chapman, glover 
Joh. Brokkett, notarius publicus 
Henricus Bruce, tayllyor 
Johannes Cokson, sledman 
Willelmus Gelderd, bocher 
Johannes Hawkryge, fyssher 
Ricardus Ray, armorer 
Leonardus Gybson, tayllyour 
Jurgen Abbema, surgyon 
Parcivallus Lee, mylner 
Henricus Wilkynson, tanner 
Johannes Inglebie, pewterer 
Laurence Brice, sporryer 
Ricardus Tayllyour, wever 
Thomas Malton, berebruer 
Cristoferus Bekwith, merchant 
Johannes Ranome, clotheworker 
Edmundus Parkynson, carpenter 



Ricardus Sparlynge, hatter 
Petrus P.orter, tayllyour 
Gregorius Dounyng, tayllyour 
Anthonius Wynde, laborer 
Thomas Wright, tayllyour 
Edwardus Dawson, porter 
Pallus Curvay, Italyan merchant 
Henricus May, inholder 
Georgius Jakson, tanner 
Jacobus Werdon, tayllyour 
Henricus Eldmar, inholder 
Georgius Harper, tayllyour, ex- 
oneratus et noviter admissus 
tempore Xpof. Bekwith ma- 
joris 

Ricardus Noble, marchant 
Jacobus Garth, tanner 
Johannes Whytfeld, cobler 
Ricardus Russell, carpenter 
Thomas Pereson, wever 
Franciscus Hynce, vyntener 
Ralf Raykes, marryner 
Lancelett Sawhell, carpenter 



PEE PATRES 

Willelmus Graves, marchant, fil. Hugonis Graves, marchaunt 
Ricardus Wakefeld, inholder, fil. Thomse Wakefeld, cordyner 
Johannes Myn, tanner, fil. Thomae Myn, botteller 
Thomas Richardson, roper, fil. Willelmi Richardson, roper 
Johannes Fletcher, tapitour, fil. Johannis Fletcher, tapitour, def. 
Jennet Carter, spynster, fil. Johannis Carter, sledman 
Johannes Holme, tayllyour, fil. Thomae Holme, draper 
Johannes Bee, goldsmyth, fil. Johannis Bee, pewterer 
Anthonius Lucas, tayllyour, fil. Thomse Lucas, tayllyor 
Johannes Jakson, tanner, fil. Robarti Jakson, tanner 
Willelmus Holme, capper, fil. Thomas Holme, draper 
Willelmus Blakay, tayllyour, fil. Johannis Blakay, offycer 
Brianus Darragon, loksmith, fil. Bartylmewe Darragon, loksmyth 
Jacobus Smyth, wever, fil. Willelmi Smyth, wever 
Johannes Hall, gent., fil. Robarti Hall, alderman 
Johannes Welburne, baker, fil. Willelmi Welburne, fyssher 
Ricardus Lee, fyssher, fil. Johannis Lee, fyssher 
Johannes Kyrkby, bower, fil. Johannis Kyrkby, bower 
Willelmus Williamson, baker, fil. Lanceloti Williamson, baker 
Robarfcus Ledall, myllynour, fil. Rogeri Ledale, harbor 



THE FREEMEN OF YORK, 1567 9 

9 ELIZ., WILL. COPLAND, MAJORE. GEO. COPLAND, MERCH., LANC. 
COWPLAND, BAK., HEN. MAY, INHOLD., ROB. ASKWITH, DRAP., 
GREG. BARGH, DRAP., THO. JURDEN, INHOLD., XPOF. SUGDEN, 
SKYN., JOH. CARTER, MYLNER, CAMERARIIS 



Johannes Dycconsen, tayllyor 
Ricardus Womerslay, hattmaker 
Rogerus Hessylwall, skynner 
Robartus Appleby, fletcher 
Johannes Watson, inholder 
Robartus Thomson, tayllyour 
Xpoferus Pallysar, pynner 
Ricardus Robynson, tayllyour 
Willelmus Wardell, marchant 
Robartus Cuthbart, wever 
Edwardus Exilbie, marchant 
Laurencius Harryson, tapitour 
Willelmus Hessylwood, paynter 
Willelmus Gell, cutler 
Edwardus Vavasour, hatter 



Willelmus Burnand, legisperitus 
Jacobus Bowsefell, pewterer 
Henricus Lawnders, cobler 
Johannes Stephynson, yoman 
Cristoferus Webster, cobler 
Ricardus Lobley, tanner 
Ambros Cowke, sadler 
Johannes Walker, pewfcerer 
Nycholas Ellys, tanner 
Mathewe Whallay, tayller 
Stephen Wilson, tanner 
Thomas Barrobye, carpenter 
Will. Allenby, harbour surgyon 
Thomas Carter, mylner 
Thomas Askwyth, tayllyour 



PEE PATEES 

Edw. Fletcher, alderman, skrivener, tapit. fil. Joh. Fletcher, tapitour 
Georgius Morresby, wever, fil. Patricii Morresby, wever 
Willelmus Marston, sadler, fil. Willelmi Marston, sadler 
Jacobus Foxgill, tayllyour, fil. Johannis Foxgill, parocheclerk 
Thomas Bowes, inholder, fil. Robarti Bowes, mylner 
Xpoferus Jakson, marchant, fil. Edwardi Jakson, smyth 
Henricus Buthe, pynner, fil. Thomae Buthe, pynner 
Georgius Toppyng, bocher, fil. Willelmi Toppyng, bocher 
Georgius Ryche, powter, fil. Willelmi Riche, tapitour 
Thomas Read, bladsmyth, fil. Robarti Read, bladsmyth 
Johannes Bethome, skynner, fil. Willelmi Bethome, potter 
Rogerus Spynke, tapitour, fil. Willelmi Spynke, tapitour 
Henricus Atkynson, tanner, fil. Johannis Atkynson, tanner 
Anthonius Atkynson, tanner, fil. Thomae Atkynson, marchant 
Johannes Browne, sadler, fil. Willelmi Browne, sadler 
Radulphus Tayller, tyller, fil. Willelmi Tayllyour, tyller 
Willelmus Cowpland, tanner, fil. Mr. Willelmi Cowpland, alderman 
Willelmus Huton, draper, fil. Ricardi Huton, tapitour 
Ralf Nutkynge, parchemener, fil. Johannis Nutkyn, tapitour 
Cuthbertus Vause, tapitour, fil. Roberti Vause, tapitour 
Johannes Hargill, baker, fil. Anthonii Hargyll, weaver 
Johannes Hallay, tanner, fil. Johannis Hallay, glover 
Robertas Temple, ironmonger, fil. Leonr. Temple, marchant 
Matthaeus Roger, baker, fil. Thomas Roger, baker 
Johannes Grave, tapitour, fil. Henrici Grave, tapitour 
Willelmus Long", tyller, fil. Willelmi Leng, tyller 



10 



THE FREEMEN OF YORK, 1568 



10 ELIZ., WILL. BEKWITH, MAJORE. THO. DAWSON, WILL. 
WATSONE, RIG. MORTON, MERCHANTS, WILL. BEKWITH, DRAP., 
CAMERARIIS 

Johannes Wait, carpenter 
Johannes My ton, clerk 
Robertas Bynkes, merchant 
Henricus Kelland, baker 
Thomas Harte, sadler 
Willelmus Blythe, merchante 
Thomas Watson, loksmyth 
Johannes Pereson, tayllyour 
Willelmus Metham, potter 
Richardus Atkynson, baker 
Humfrydus Smyth, bocher 
Willelmus Fyssher, bocher 
Johannes Smythes, merchant 
Martinus Bowsefell, founderer 
Willelmus Brasse, glover 
Hen. Fawconfer], panyerman 
Geffray Wharton, tayllyour 
Crestoferus Turner, parchement- 
maker 



Willelmus Mankyn, tayllyour 
Rogerus Walmeslay, marchant 
Thomas Dobsonne, tyller 
Johannes Harbart, marchant 
Jacobus Bartram, pewterer 
Robartus Waunope, baker 
Thomas Button, goldsmyth 
Georgius Wayd, walker 
Nycholaus Marr, glover 
Johannes Atkynson, draper 
Johannes Newsome, loksmyth 
Johannes Wowar, tyller 
Laurencius Gibson, carpenter 
Johannes Lutton, maceberer 
Willelmus Webster, gyrdler 
Georgius Aslabie, marchant 
Adam Turner, laborer 
Robartus Thurscrosse, cobler 



PER PATEES 

Henricus Lee, tayllyour, fil. Thomae Lee, tapitour 

Leonardus Bekwith, merchant, fil. Willelmi Bekwith, alderman 

Johannes Jakson, merchant, fil. Edwardi Jakson, smyth 

Willelmus Frankland, loksmyth, fil. Johannis Frankland, chapman 

Willelmus Tayllyour, barbour, fil. Johannis Tayllyour, barbour 

Johannes Hunter, blaksmyth, fil. Henrici Hunter, tanner 

Johannes Wilcoke, glover, fil. Edwardi Wilcoke, glover 

Johannes Leng, cutler, fil. Willelmi Leng, tyller 

Robertus Connyngham, tayllyour, fil. Will. Conyngham, tayllyour 

Robertus Wilkynson, hatter, fil. Jacobi Wilkynson, gyrdler 

Jacobus Kytchenman, carpenter, fil. Xpoferi Kytchenman, carpenter 

Thomas Myddylton, tylemaker, fil. Thomse Myddylton, chandler 

Willelmus Newsome, tayllyour, fil. Thonie Newsome, loksmyth 

Edmondus Buth, pynner, fil. Thomse Buth, pynner 

Petrus Best, barbour & chandler, fil. Jacobi Best, chandler 

Thomas Bell, paynter, fil. Robarti Bell, paynter 

James Jakson, tanner, fil. Robarti Jakson, tanner 

Thomas Dawson, bocher, fil. Antonii Dawson, bocher 

Johannes Brownyng, mylner, fil. Johannis Brownyng, whelwright 

Willelmus Kyng, baker, fil. Roberti Kyng, baker 



THE FREEMEN OF YORK, 1569 



11 



11 ELIZ., RIG. CALOME, MAJORE. THO. JAKSON, JOH. STEVEN- 
SON, GENTS., CRIS. MALTBY, DRAP., LAWR> WATSON, BOCHER, 
CAMERARIIS 

Franciscus Stone, sporryer 
Cuthbartus button, carpenter 
Johannes Syme, joyner 
Edwardus Dynsdell, cowper 
Thomas Highmore, upholster 
Leonardus Jakson, dyer 
Willelmus Smythbarne, carryer 
Willelmus Bouwdell, bocher 
Johannes Lund, tyller 
Willelmus Foster, goldsmyth 
Johannes Pollerd, cordyner 
Johannes Grame, baker 
Johannes Janson, tapitour 
Johannes Ellyk, baker 
Brianus Gotham, laborer 
Michaell Dent, tayllyour 
Michaell Turner, tyller 
Thomas Hewetson, marchant 
Badulphus Bussy, inholder 
Gregorius Wilkynson, hatter 



Georgius Bebe, shereman 
Johannes Jenyson, draper 
Joh. Handlay, parchmentmaker 
Ambrose Gray, carpenter 
Willelmus Grenewod, smyth 
Johannes Carbott, dyer 
Johannes Chapman, fyssher 
Johannes Wightman, yoman 
Willelmus Colly, cowper 
Ricardus Harrysonne, mynstrell 
Robartus Darwentwatter, mylner 
Johannes Johnson, baker 
Mathaaus Smyth, hatter 
Thomas Wawton, maltster 
Robartus Bell, pewterer 
Willelmus Barton, parchemener 
Willelmus Yonge, gentleman 
Jacobus Symson, tayllyour 
Cuthbartus Bratburne, tayllyour 



PER PATRES 

Johannes Graves, marchant, fil. Hugonis Graves, marchant 
Radulphus Richardson, marchant, fil. Johannis Richardson, draper 
Willelmus Colton, goldsmyth, fil. Willelmi Colton, cornemerchant 
Willelmus Neleson, bocher, fil. Thomse Neleson, bocher 
Ricardus Sygeswike, pynner, fil. Johannre Sygeswyke, berebruer 
Stephanus Lonesdale, baker, fil. Leonardi Lonesdaill, baker 
Robartus Watter, hatmaker, fil. Rollandi Watter, cowke 
Willelmus Estbie, taillyer, fil. Barnerd Eistby, capper 
Ricardus Lytster, cowper, fil. Tristram Lytster, draper 
Willelmus Cook, baker, fil. Ricardi Cokk, wever 
Willelmus Foxgill, draper, fil. Simonis Foxgill, bocher 
Martinus Dawson, bocher, fil. Willelmi Dawson, bocher 
Thomas Stele, tayllyour, fil. Jacobi Stele, officer 
Robartus Paycoke, marchant, fil. Roberti Paycoke, aldermani 
Edwardus Darragon, loksmyth, fil. Stephani Darragon, loksmyth 
James Paycoke, marchant, fil. Roberti Paycoke, aldermani 
Xpoferus Maxwell, tyler, fil. Willelmi Maxwell, tyler 
Charles Hartley, cordyner, fil. Nicholai Hartley, cordyner 
Johannes Atkynson, capper, fil. Johannis Atkynson, tanner 
Willelmus Mason, tayllyour, fil. Thomae Mason, parchemener 
Cristoferus Meltynbie, cordyner, fil. Joh. Meltynby, bookbynder 
Robartus Vauae, cowke, fil. Hcnrici Vause, bocher 



12 



THE FREEMEN" OF YOKK, 1569-71 



Milo Wilson, bocher, fil. Stephani Wylson, mylner 
Willelmus Kay, sporryer, fil. Johannis Kay, sporryer 
Johannes Browne, tapitour, fil. Johannis Browne, tapitour 



12 ELIZ., GKEG. PAYCOKE, MAJOEE. ANTH. PULLAY, MERCAT., 
JOH. BROKKETT, NOTAR., JOH. FARLAY,' DRAP., LANG. SHAWE, 
BOCHER, CAMERARIIS 



Robartus Shawcok, cowke 
Henricus Nevell, marchant 
Esdras Browyns, Ducheman, 

arresworker 
Anth. Eayskaert, Docheman, 

arresworker 

Willelmus Bell, marchant 
Cristoferus Consait, marchant 
Johannes Burton, tyller 
Richardus Coltman, cutler 
Parcyvallus Gelderd, bocher 
Johannes Farryngton, inholder 
Henricus Sysson, marchant 
Joh. Phyllype, ledderdresser 
Johannes Hawkynge, tayllyor 
Robartus Brighouse, scryvener 
Rollandus Shawe, tanner 
Bartholomagus Shawe, bocher 



Thomas Kyrke, tanner 
Anthonius Gelderd, armorer 
Johannes Smyth, carpenter 
Johannes Heron, fuller 
Willelmus Stokdell, armorer 
Johannes W^yldon, tayllyor 
Leonardus Wright, carry er 
Willelmus Warde, marchant 
Leonardus Belt, generosus 
Franciscus Cowke, generosus 
Willelmus Skott, marchant 
Richardus Read, blaydsmyth 
Thomas Spaike (sic), fyssher 
Thomas Robynson, blaksmyth 
Anthonius Mason, baker 
Richardus Brear, baker 
Robartus Grene, potter 
Willelmus Barton, blaksmyth 
Gregorius Smyth, baker 

PEB PATRES 

Radulphus Boithman, marryner, fil. Allan Boithman, marryner 
Johannes Harryson, baker, fil. Robarti Harryson, baker 
Willelmus Tayllyour, labour, fil. Willelmi Tallyour, tyler 
Geo. Shadlok, marchant, fil. Joh. Shadloke, march. & alderman 
Anth. Baisburne, cordyner, fil. Ricardi Baisburne, cordyner 
Edwardus Clydero, sadler, fil. Ricardi Clydero, tayllyour 
Johannes Fox, tapitour, fil. Thomse Fox, laborer 
Johannes Plaskett, yoman, fil. Ricardi Plaskett, marchant 
Ricardus Foxgaill, marchant, fil. Simonis Foxgaill, bocher 
Willelmus Skelton, baker, fil. Stephani Skelton, cowke 
Willelmus Messynger, mylner, fil. Thomae Messynger 
Petrus Smyth, marchant, fil. Robarti Smyth, marchant 

13 ELIZ., WILL. ALLYN, MAJORE. WILL. ALLYN, DRAP., WILL. 
YONGE, GENT., EDW. FAWCETT, NOTAR., ROB. SANDWITH, 
BOWER, LEON. CRAVEN, CARP., ED. KYDSON, TAPIT., CAME- 
RARIIS 



Rob. Cowper, parchementmaker 
Nicholaus Hodshon, inholder 



Leonardus Wylson, jyrkynmaker 
Willelmus Skott, marchant 



THE FREEMEN OF YORK, 1571-2 



13 



Johannes Hudles, tayllyour 
Thomas West, tayllyour 
Willelmus Parson, panyerman 
Willelmus Yaites, tanner 
Eobertus Parker, tayllyour 
Folkyn Gylmyn, yoman 
Thomas Sykes, carpenter 
Michaell Skarr, glover 
Thomas Burton, baker 
Kichardus Harryson, brasyer 
Richardus Maltby, marchant 
Robertus Preston, fyshemonger 
Thomas Mason, paynter 
Johannes Bussy, joyner 
Georgius Stephenson, tanner 



Robertus Colly er, musycon 
Franciscus Devall, surgion 
Willelmus Banester, cobler 
Johannes Fyssher, marchant 
Thomas Shypperd, armorer 
Jacobus Hurr, baker 
Willelmus Tyndaill, baker 
Thomas Waddy, goldsmyth 
Gilbartus Paige, sadler 
Thomas Dobson, marcer 
Willelmus Foster, tyller 
Robertus Tyllectson, tanner 
Cuthbartus Williamson, glover 
Georgius Hall, draper 
Johannes Wawton, cordyner 



PER PATRES 

Will. Hutchonson, goldsmyth, fil. Thomas Hutchonson, loksmyth 
Cristoferus Hall, scryvener, fil. Johannis Hall, chandler 
Radulphus Tayllyour, skynner, fil. Johannis Tayllyour, armorer 
Raynodus Wilkynson, cowke, fil. Roberti Wilkynson, wever 
Thomas Maynman, baker, fil. Anthonii Maynman, tyler 
Martinus Byggyn, goldsmyth, fil. Roberti Byggyn, cordyner 
Ricardus Syddall, baker, fil. Lawrencii Syddall, baker 
Robertus Walker, inh older, fil. Marmaduke Walker, tayllyour 
Robertus Darragon, loksmyth, fil. Stephani Darragon, loksmyth 
Willelmus Ledale, harbour surgyon, fil. Rogeri Ledale, barbor 
Anthonius Vause, tapitour, fil. Roberti Vause, tapitour 
Ed. Sugden, skynner, fil. Xpoferi Sugden, skynner 
Willelmus Paycoke, glover, fil. Thomae Paycoke, tayllyer 
Radulphus Burton, sawer, fil. Anthonii Burton, yoman 
Xpoferus Walker, tylemaker, fil. Marmaduke Walker, tayllyour 
Tho. Thomlynson, yoman, fil. Tho. Thomlynson, parchmentmaker 
Willelmus Awkland, walker, fil. Nicholai Awkland, walker, def. 



14 ELIZ., XPOF. HAEBAET, MERCAT., MAJORE. PARSIV. BROWKE, 
WILL. HEWETSON, MERCHANTS, RIG. NOBLE, MARCER, THO. 
HUTTON, GOLDSM., JOH. STANDEVEN, NOTAR. EDW. VAUASOUR, 
HABERDASH., CAMERARIIS 



Johannes Mylburn, wever 
Georgius Browneles, taillyer 
Gregorius Burgee, potycary 
Ricardus Mason, blaksmyth 
Henricus Derome, carpenter 
Xpoferus Hessylwod, taillyor 
Willelmus Fresell, carpenter 
Robertus Swynbanke, hatter 



Arthurus Myddelton, tapitour 
Robertus Pereson, tanner 
Roger us Spense, bocher 
Rogerus Horner, bocher 
Joh. Ry chard son, parchemener 
Ricardus Wodd, capper 
W T illelmus Watson, fyssher 
Robertus Murton, p)nner 



14 



THE FREEMEN OF YORK, 1572-3 



Johannes Newton, merchant 
Georgius Myddylton, tanner 
Anthonius Mawson, glasyer 
Lancelot Gelderd, bocher 
Willelmus Todd, smyth 
Walterus Symson, glover 
Ricardus Browne, glover 
Jacobus Mattys, Ducheman 
Franciscus Kylly nbeke , scry vener 
Andro James, berebruer 
Isabell Wylkynson, wyddo 
Davyd Bell, taillyor 
Ricardus Wynter, inholder 



Johannes Gravell, surgyon 
Thomas Sawhell, carpenter 
Ricardus Spacy, inholder 
Thomas Ledale, tanner 
James Robynson, dyer 
Xpoferus Lomlay, taillyor 
Willelmus Grene, tanner 
Willelmus Brekken, taillyor 
Johannes Colly, baker 
Thomas Elwod, cordyner 
Ricardus Hawkyn, carpenter 
Ricardus Byggyn, glasyer 
Thomas Huton, glasyer 



PEE PATRES 

Willelmus Lullay, merchant, fil. Willelmi Lullay, marchant 
Willelmus Hayton, myllynour, fil. Ricardi Hayton, gyrdler 
Parsivall Barnes, tanner, fil. Johannis Barnes, tanner 
Johannes Clerke, mynstrell, fil. Roberti Clerke, grocer 
Ricardus Eisby, mylner, fil. Lawrencii Eisby, mylner 
Thomas Huton, tapitour, fil. Jacobi Huton, tapitour 
Willelmus Lewes, potter, fil. Ricardi Lewes, fyssher 
Willelmus Fylleskyrke, inholder, fil. Johannis Fyllyskvrk, vytteler 
Brianus Wharton, tanner, fil. Willelmi Wharton, tanner 
Ricardus Gybbonson, cobler, fil. Johannis Gybbonson, porter 
Ricardus Newby, cordyner, fil. Jacobi Newby, tanner 
Mathaeus Pereson, taillyer, fil. W. Pereson, tayllyor 
Willelmus Best, fyshemongar, fil. Jacobi Best, harbour 
Willelmus Welburn, fyssher, fil. W. Welburn, fyssher 
Thomas Leache, paynter, fil. Xpoferi Leache, harbour 
Johannes Smyth, gyrdler, fil. Willelmi Smyth, wever 
Johannes Foxgyll, harbour, fil. Thomae Foxgyll, buttoner 
Ricardus Wayt, cowper, fil. Georgii Wait, gyrdler 
Ricardus Smyth, tanner, fil. Willelmi Smyth, tanner 
Jacobus Wylliamson, marchant, fil. Galfridi Williamson, tayllyor 
Johannes Hogg, skryvener, fil. Roberti Hogg, gyrdler 



15 ELIZ., ROB. MASKEWE, GROCER, MAJORE. RIG. HEWTON, RAD. 
RYCHARDSON, MERCHS., JAC. STOKK, NOTAR., THO. MASON, 
HAT., JOH. CLYDERO, BOCHER, RIG. YODALE, COOK, CAMERARIIS 



Xpoferus Rychardson, glover 
Johannes Jakson, taillyor 
Thomas Carlell, glover 
Edmondus Awderson, lytster 
Arcules Welburne, draper 
Ambros Mason, glover 
Robertus Townend, hatter 



Johannes Seaton, fyssher 
Nicholaus Johnson, taillyour 
Willelmus Barker, tanner 
Nicholaus Hall, inholder 
Willelmus Pereson, goldsmyth 
Robertus Rusheforth, inkeper 
Johannes Gawthrop, blaksmyth 



THE FREEMEN OF YORK, 1573-4 



15 



Johannes Pereson, glover 
Eicardus Hmitroddes, fyssher 
Ricardus Bokesby, mylner 
Stephyn Robson, baker 
Thomas Spragan, sadler 
Henricus Barker, plomer 
Edmondus Fay 11, scryvener 
Henricus Gybson, tayllor 
Willelmus Shyllyto, hatter 
Adam Awderson, blakksmyth 
Robertas Morden, marchant 
Johannes Danby, bocher 
Thomas Heslerton, taillor 
Anthonius Turner, tayllyor 
Brianus Wardell, taillor 
Georgius Wylson, baker 



Johannes Cowper, inholder 
Robertus Myers, marchant 
Willelmus Hebden, cordyner 
Thomas Mooselay, marchant 
Johannes Sharpe, tanner 
Robertus Swynbanke, pewterer 
Lowerance Gunbye, marryner 
Henricus Pybus, parchemener 
Oswold Watson, tayllior 
Parsyvalus Barker, tanner 
Edwardus Dereman, inkeper 
Johannes Robynson, taillyor 
Hugh Rutter, wever 
Robertus Blayk, surgyon 
Edwardus Brathwait, curry er 
Edwardus Raysbeke, tapitour 



PER PATRES 

Johannes Bethome, sylkewever, fil. Willelmi Bethome, potter 
Johannes Wynterskales, smyth, fil. Thorns Wynterskales, smyth 
Syinon Chamber, marchant, fil. Oswoldi Chamber, marchant 
Robertus Harper, mercer, fil. Roberti Harper, wever 
Milo Robynson, baker, fil. Johannis Robynson, baker 
Willelmus Kytchynman, bocher, fil. Willelmi Kytchynman, cordyner 
Georgius Sumpter, chapman, fil. Roberti Sumpter, cowke 
Trestram Watter, bocher, fil. Briani Watter, wryter 
Georgius Stele, wever, fil. Johannis Stele, cordyner 
Milo Hemyslay, baker, fil. Johannis Hemyslay, baker 
Milo Fell, mylner, fil. Ricardi Fell, tapiter 
Jacobus Browne, sadler, fil. W. Browne, sadler 
Willelmus W 7 atter, sadler, fil. Rollandi Watter, cooke 
Ricardus P'molay, sadler, fil. Leonardi P'molay, offycer 
Willelmus Mynne, cordyner, fil. Thomae Mynne, botteller 
Johannes Dycconson, roper, fil. Nicholai Dycconson, roper 
Edwardus Forman, tayller, fil Johannis Forman, mason 
Thomas Smythson, sadler, fil. Ed. Smythson, sadler 
Thomas Browne, barbour chandler, fil. Johannis Browne, tailor 
Willelmus Harbattell, tayllyor, fil. Johannis Harbatell, tanner 



16 ELIZ., THO. HARRYSON, INHOLDER, MAJORS. LAUR. ROBYNSON, 
ROB. MAWDE, MERCHS., JOH. SKAIF, GENT., JOH. FINDER,' 
TAPIT, THO. YAITES, TYLER, RIG. NIKSON, POTTER, GEo! 
TYRRY, RIC. WHYTTYNGTON, CORDYNERS, CAMERARIIS 



Ricardus Lacan, cobler 
Robartus Turner, marryner 
Jacobus Hutchenson, hatter 
Ricardus Ward, chandler 
Johannes Raylton, goldsmyth 



Ricardus Symson, glover 
Johannes Mawde, marchant 
Johannes Bewe, goldsmyth 
Stephanus Bekwith, stacyner 
Robartus Harbart, pewderer 



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THE FREEMEN OF YORK, 1574-5 



Thomas Colthirst, gent. 
Nicholaus Browne, taylor 
Robertus Wheatlay, shipwright 
Ric. Westmarland, shipwright 
Henericus Holdesworth, tanner 
Petrus Danger, goldfyner 
Willelmus Wardell, carpenter 
Johannes Chambers, carpenter 
Anth. Rychardson, cordyner 
Henricus Hall, marchant 
Petrus Hartfourth, cordyner 
Robartus Harryson, bocher 
Henricus Rychardson, cordyner 
Radulphus Harte, marchant 



Michaell Bean, bocher 
Anthonius Ryther, bocher 
Johannes Rawdon, mylner 
Ry chard Brafferton, baker 
Gregorius Whall, blaksmyth 
Johannes Frear, tayllour 
Thomas Hudson, baker 
Willelmus Wodd, carpenter 
Edmondus Mason, baker 
Davyd Thomson, tyler 
Willelmus Meas, glover 
Johannes Dynsdale, baker 
Johannes Browneles, baker 
Symon Henlayk, tyler 
Johannes Yodale, gent. 

PEE PATEES 

Milo Thomson, potter, fil. Georgii Thomson, sawer 
Willelmus Watson, wever, Ricardi Watson, armorer 
Johannes Northe, marchant, fil. Ricardi North, marchant 
Jacobus Horneclyf, sledman, fil. Johannis Horneclyfe, sledman 
Radulphus Stele, cordyner, fil. Johannis Stele, cordyner 
Arthur Skott, skynner, fil. Thomae Skott, tayllor 
Charolus Tennand, smyth, fil. Willelmi Tennand, porter 
Thomas Ludge, blaksmyth, fil. Thomae Ludge, spurryer 
Thomas Leng, tyler, fil. Willelmi Lenge, tyler 
Johannes Ryche, tapitor, fil. Willelmi Ryche, tapitor 
Henericus Lacane, tanner, fil. Robarti Lacan, tawner 
Adam Mason, inkeper, fil. Georgii Mason, glover 
Johannes Hall, tapitor, fil. Georgii Hall, tapitor 
Ricardus Grave, bocher, fil. Thomae Grave, bocher 
Georgius Myddylton, drapar, fil. Thomae Myddylton, chandler 
Johannes Lowerance, tyler, fil. Johannis Lowerance, tyler 
Georgius Sparke, tayllyour, fil. Roberti Sparke, mynstrell 
Willelmus Burton, tyler, fil. Anthonii Burton, inh older 
Thomas Hewson, barbour surgyon, fil. W. Hewson, potter 
Willelmus Calome, draper, fil. Ricardi Calome, alderman 
Georgius Godson, tapitor, fil. Georgii Godson, tapitor 

17 ELIZ., EDM. RYCHARDSON, PUTER., MAJORE, ET RAD. HALL, 
MAJORE, SECUNDO TEMPORE. XPOF. BEKWITH, MARCH., ROB. 
PERESON, TAN., JOH. WEDDELL, BOCHER, ROB. WATSON, 
GENT., MILO. GRAY, GLAYSYER, SIM. BUTTERFIELD, BOCHER, 
CAMERARIIS 



Thomas Dawtre, tallour 
Thomas Lyster, tayllour 
Thomas Kyllynbeke, draper 
Will. Staynburne, blaksmyth 
Edward Wylson, paynter 



Henry Allen, powter 
John Rokesby, mylner 
Charles Skalynge, tanner 
Robart Burton, potter 
George Smyth, tayllor 



THE FREEMEN OF YORK, 1575-6 



17 



William Burton, marchant 
Edward Wharton, marchant 
John Metcalf, yonger, marchant 
Clement Pennyman, marchant 
William Robynson, marchant 
Marmaduke Suthebye, marchant 
John Fysher, berebruer 
Mark Belt, bocher 
John Spence, bucher 
John Allynson, cordyner 
William Frysby, marchant 
John Rypponer, tyler 
Edward Comyn, blaksmyth 



William Plomer, tayllour 
George Watson, draper 
Rychard Pawmer, fysher 
John Mansefeild, surgion 
Robart Atkynson, drapur 
William Sonlay, tayllour 
Rychard Sharp, tayllour 
Xpofer Blades, baker 
George Rukes, tayllour 
Ralf Hardy, baker 
Alexandre Northen, vyntener 
Gregory Marmaduka, carpenter 



IN TEMPOEE KADULPHI HALL, MAJORIS 



John Garth, baker 
William Wayt, baker 
John Dycconson, tayllour 
John Mady, goldsmyth 
Myles Norton, tyller 



Xpofer Fordam, tayllour 
George Colson, wever 
Gyles Day, sledman 
Tnomas Geldart, yoman 



PER PATEES 



John Buthe, pynner, fil. Thomae Buth, pynner 

Geffray Clynt, porter, fil. Johannis Clynt, porter 

Frances Wyghtman, ropar, filius Myles Wyghtman, ropar 

Peter Wylcoke, glover, fil. Edwardi Wylcoke, glover 

John Rychardson, roper, fil. Willelmi Rychardson, ropar 

Willelmus Bryghouse, sadler, fil. Walt; Bryghouse, tayllour 

Robart Skayf, glaysyer, fil. Johannis Skayf, cordyner 

William Bynkes, baker, fil. Leonardi Bynkes, baker 

John Dycconson, draper, fil. Georgii Dycconson, draper 

Oswold Hodshon, tayllour, fil. Roberti Hodshon, tayllour 

Rychard Grenebury, yoman, fil. Ed. Grenebury, draper 

John Watson, marchant, fil. Willelmi Watson, marchant 

William Sparke, mynstrell, fil. Lowerance Sparke, wright 

Thomas Dale, mynstrell, fil. Rad. Dale, tayllour 

Thomas Weddell, marchant, fil. Johannis Weddell, senior, bocher 

Rogerus Myddylton, loksmyth, fil. Roll. Myddylton, cordyner 

Robart Clynt, porter, fil. Johannis Clynt, porter 

George Bargeman, draper, fil. Ricardi Bargeman, goldsmyth 

18 ELIZ., JOH. DYNELAY, DRAP. MAJORE. XPOF. SMYTHSON, THO. 
PARKER, DRAPS., EDW. RAYLTON, YOM., LEON. GARNET, TAPIT., 
RAD. COWLINGE, CORDYN., NIGH. DYCANSON, BOP., THO. 
CHILDE, SKIN., EXPOF. LOWRANCE, PEWT., CAMERARIIS 



Laurencius Darke, baker 
Ricardus Hurde, glover 
Robertus Dyckson, sawer 

VOL. II. 



Anthonius Read, taillour 
Robertus Lytster, cowke 
Robertus Spencer, taillour 



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THE FREEMEN OF YORK, 1576 



Cuthbertus Chamberleyn, hatter 
Jacobus Browne, glover 
Thomas Ridgiall, fysher 
Thomas Phillops, taillour 
Henricus Eunder, bocher 
Georgians Donnyng, grocer 
Robert Yonge, taillour 
WilL Harryson, fyshmonger 
(Georgius Thwaite, draper 
Eeter Pykkeringe, baker 
Leonardus Homer, baker 
Robertus Messinger, boeher 
Xpoferus EUyson, tyler 
Trynianus Fa w sett, tanner 
Leon. Williamson* parehmener 
Anthoniu* Danyell, inkeper 
Willelmus Lewty, folaksmyth 
Jacobus Tennyswodd, taillonir 
Eieardiiji Pepper, baker 



Georgius Walker, cobler 
Willelmus Vause, sawer 
Henricus Metcalf, draper 
Johannes Synkynson, taillour 
Edwardus Porter, carpenter 
Marmaducus Gyll, taillour 
Xpoferus Cowper, baker 
Johannes Hudson, fyshemonger 
Georgius Pa?*ker, tallour 
Johannes Spence, bocher 
Rycbardus Dycconson, taillour 
Willelmus Manerd, taillour 
Willelmus Smyth, glover 
Thomas Harryson, taillour 
Leonardus Robson, inkeper 
Cuthbart Baynebrige, carpenter 
Nicholaus Horner, taillour 
Thomas May, hatter 
Xpoferus Mason, wever 



PATKES 

Bioardus Dykson, marrysaer, fil. Xpoferi Dykson, tanner 
Parsyvallus Kay, wyerdrawer, fiL Johannis Kay, pynner 
Petrus Jakson, tanner, fiL Roberti Jakson, tanner 
Xpoferus Watter, loksmyth, fiL Robert! Watter, scryvener 
Johannes Vauce, tanjaer, fiL Johannie Vauce, tanner 
Willelmus Bynkes, wryter, fiL Johannis Bynkes, marryner 
Johannes He, plomer, fil. Johanaiis He, de Ebor, plomer 
Willelmus Wilson, fyshemonger, fiL Henrici Wilson, fishmonger 
Johannes Wylson, fyshemoziger, fil. Henriei Wilson, fishmonger 
Anthonius He, cowke, fil. Johannis lie, plomer 
Laurentius Barren, mynstrell, fil. Thomae Barron, tapitour 
Johannes Pokley, yonger, fleteher, fil. Johannis Poklay, fl etcher 
Ricardus Elmeden, glover, fil, Johannis Elmeden, potter 
Ricardus Crosthwaite, powter, fil. Ed. Crosthwaite, puterer 
Willelmus Rychardson, pewterer, fil. Ed. Rychardson, aldermani 
Xpoferus Hemsley, baker, fil. Johannis Hemsley, baker 
Thomas Baynton, sadler, fil. Roberti Baynton, sadler 
Georgius Watson, draper, fil. Willelmi Watson, marchant 
Willelmus Ketland, tanner, fil. Roberti Ketland, tanner 
Thomas Plewman, mylner, fil. Henrici Plewman, mylner 
Robertus Baker, tanner, fil. Radulphi Baker, marchant 
Johannes Browne, loksmyth, fil. Johannis Browne, tayllour 
Johannes Syddell, cowper, fil. Laurencii Syddell, baker 
Ranoldus Huton, carpenter, fil. Thomae Hutton, berebruar 
Robertus Harkay, pewterer, fil. Abr. Harkay, wever 



THE FREEMEN OF YORK, 1577 



19 



19 ELIZ., HUG. GRAVES, MAJORE. THO. MOSELEY, MARCH., WILL. 
SKOTT, MARC., XPOF. CONSETT, APOTHECARE, WILL. CARTER, 
INHOLD., ROB. WILCOKE, GLOV., WILL. WOOD, CAPPAR, ROB. 
WATTER, HAT., HEN. HOLDSWORTH, TAN, CAMERARIIS 

Thomas Taillour, goldsmyth 
Johannes Banester, marchant 
Thomas Barnes, baker 
Johannes Aske, marchant 
Willelmus Thomson, wever 
Johannes Pekkett, glover 
Thomas Fisher, pewterer 
Willelmus Hardy, carpenter 
Ricardus Nicholson, joyner 
Johannes Donne, curyer 
Willelmus Wodworth, carpenter 
Eobertus Eglestone, panyerman 
Xpoferus Daile, taillour 
Radulphus Wreekes, taillour 
Eadulplms Husbond, yoman 
Johannes Lytch worth, inholder 
Martinus Leides, taillour 
James Bland, marchant 
Ricardus Geldart, bocher 
Petrus Wilkynson, carpenter 
Willelmus Smyth, curryer 
Thomas Smirthwaite, stacioner 
Robertus Thorneburgh, draper 
Ricardus Perry, inkeper 
Stephanus Preston, bocher 
Edwardus Braithwaite, armorer 
Willelmus Jewitson, fisherman 



Thomas Porter, loksmyth 
Ricardus Cotes, glover 
Franciscus Mapples, inkeper 
Georgius Wawkynton, tanner 
Georgius Carpenter, inkeper 
Thomas Copley, marchant 
Radulphus Wile, panyerman 
Thomas Lund, taillour 
Thomas Allanbrige, marchant 
Symon Hogg, glover 
Anthonius Calton, marchant 
Jacobus Wylkynson, cordyner 
Willelmus Maskewe, vyntener 
Anthonius Tyndale, hatter 
Johannes Go[u]slyn, taillour 
Thomas Jakman, marcer 
Thomas Wright, carpenter 
Thomas Howe, goldsmyth 
Guy Metham, inkepper 
Humfray Bollinge, inkepper 
Petrus Swale, marchant 
Xpoferus Crosthwaite, plomer 
Adam Symson, inkepper 
Johannes Bedford, tapitour 
Jacobus Crosse, marchant 
Brianus Dighton, mylner 
Johannes Emere, cooke 



PER PATRES 

Chris. Eshe, inholder, fil. Johannis Eshe, inkeper 
Johannes Awderson, tapiter, fil. Edwardi Awderson, tapitour 
Jacobus Gibson, draper, fil. Thomse Gibson, draper 
Johannes Watson, sadler, fil. Johannis Watson, armorer 
Robertus Baxter, taillour, fil. Martini Baxter, cutler 
Willelmus Harry son, tyler, fil. Willelmi Harry son, tyler 
Ricardus Fayrefax, laborer, fil. Willelmi Fairefax, wever 
Edwardus Straker, glaysyer, fil. Nicholai Straker, cordiner 
Wilfridus Pynder, taillour, fil. Rogeri Pynder, taillour 
Rogerus Sadler, fil. Ricardi Sadler, cordyner 
Thomas Harbart, marchant, fil. Xpoferi Harbart, aldermani 
Ricardus Stele, tanner, fil. Jacobi Stele, officer 
Robertus Sawer, smyth, fil. Radulphi Sawer, inkeper 
Thomassyn Sandwith, singlewoman, fil. Anth. Sandwith, bower 

c2 



20 



THE FREEMEN OF YORK, 1578 



20 ELIZ., ROB. CREPLINGE, MAJORE. JAG. BEKWITH, LEON. 
BEKWITH, MARCHS., HEN. PULLEYN, INHOLD., ROLL. FAWSETT, 
GEO. HILL, DRAPS., FRAN. HYNCHE, VYNT., WILL. SMYTH, 
TANN., THO. FYSHER, SMYTH, CAMERARIIS 



Thomas Barker, cowke 
Jacobus Soray, panyerman 
Rogerus Richardson, cordyner 
Johannes Settell, sadler 
Thomas Coltman, cutler 
Franciscus Wadsworth, girdler 
Thomas Leggett, draper 
Xpoferus Gill, marchant 
Thomas Newton, dyer 
Rogerus Jakson, taillour 
Thomas Harrington, fishmonger 
Richard Dodsworth, waxchandler 
Henry Dixon, taillour 
Thomas Atkynson, tanner 
Mighell Cotes, sadler 
Henry Smyth, caryer 
Radulphus Dyke, braysyer 
Thomas Crawfurth, powter 
Anthony Robynson, joyner 
Adamus Shawe, bocher 
Robertus Wilton, glover 



Robertus Nelson, baker 
Matheius (sic] Dent, pewterer 
Jacobus Allanbie, baker 
Anthonius Hamond, glover 
Arthur Budd, tiler 
Edward Darge, pynner 
Johannes Harry son, tiler 
Thomas Budd, shipwright 
Edward Myers, dyer 
Johannes Clercke, upholster 
Johannes Jakson, cutler 
Willelmus Challener, cordyner 
Thomas Chester, marchant 
Georgius Brathwaite, taillour 
John Wilson, joyner 
Peter Curror, joyner 
Launcelot Holmes, marcer 
Radulphus Grason, sporyer 
Thomas Browne, draper 
Ricardus Laverocke, mynstrill 
Henricus Sharpe, tanner 



PEE PATBES 

Johannes Gill, laborer, fil. Ricardi Gill, cordyner 
Nicholaus Gyles, glasyer, fil. Henrici Giles, trellessmaker 
Johannes Laydman, dier, fil. Guidonis Laydman, glover 
Johannes Pawlinge, baker, fil. Johannis Pawlinge, berebruer 
Johannes Pennocke, cowper, fil. Jacobi Pennocke, cowper 
Edwardus Lowthere, armorer, fil. Roberti Lowther, milner 
Radulphus Foster, shereman, fil. Petri Foster, shereman 
Henricus Parker, cowke, fil. Thomse Parker, taillour 
Johannes Sawer, pewterer, fil. Radulphi Sawer, inholder 
Thomas Mason, taillour, fil. Thomae Mason, joyner 
Georgius Bowes, baker, fil. Roberti Bowes, mylner 
Richardus Thorn ell, skynner, fil. Johannis Thornell, marchant 
Ric. Ellerbecke, paynter, fil. Johannis Ellerbecke, vyntener 
Anth. Grave, lynnondraper, fil. Hugonis Graves, aldermani 
Johannes Bilbowe, inholder, fil. Roberti Bilbowe, inholder 
Willelmus Morton, cobler, fil. Willelmi Morton, weaver 
Thomas Maskewe, potticarie, fil. Roberti Maskewe, aldermani 
Thomas Hargell, weaver, fil. Anthonii Hargell, wever 
Ambros Awne, cordyner, fil. Willelmi Awne, joyner 



THE FBEEMEN OF YORK,- 1579 



21 



21 ELIZ., EOB. ASKQUYTH, MAJOEE. THO. COLTHIRST, FEAN. 
COOKE, GENEEOSIS, GEO. MYDDYLTON, THO. GIBSON, DEAPS., 
WILL. HOENEE, BOCHEE, WILL. FOSTEE, TYLEE, XPOF. 
TUENEE, PAECHEMENEE, CAMEEAEIIS 



Will. Heslington, fishemonger 
Richard Tabbe, loksmyth 
Willelmus Mydelton, marriner 
Ricardus Johnson, joyner 
Brianus Byrkhead, marchant 
Phillipus Barker, panyerman 
Will. Hewthwate, letherdresser 
Willelmus Gill, taillour 
Willelmus Morton, gyrdler 
Parsyvallus Darge, blaksmyth 
Robertus Awmoke, taillour 
Thomas Barker, marchant 
Jacobus Bekwith, taillour 
Thomas Benson, taillour 
Rogerus Jennyson, bocher 
Willelmus Banke, panyerman 
Rob. Walkyngton, panyerman 
Johannes Dynsdale, cowper 
Thomas Cairyl, tallour 
Xpoferus Stones, pewtherer 
Richardus Symson, joyner 
Rogerus Button, tapitour 
Lancelot Harbert, cordyner 
Simon Runder, bocher 



Thomas Wheldale, sadler 
Robertus Harrison, taillour 
Johannes Staynton, taillour 
Robertus Smyth, tanner 
Robertus Thomson, taillour 
Lancelotus Waistell, potter 
Gilbertus Sybson, cordiner 
Ricardus Browne, mynstrell 
Mathew Leth, panyerman 
Xpoferus Murton, pynner 
Jeifraus Walker, draper 
Anthonius Hawkyn, joyner 
Rogerus Jake, vyntener 
Nicholas Carter, milner 
Robertus Smyth, sadler 
John Runder, pewtherer 
Ricardus Lambe, tanner 
Willelmus Clynt, bocher 
Johannes Browne, pynner 
Ricardus Lawrens, tilemaker 
Johannes Newby, cordyner 
Johannes Hall, curyer 
Xpoferus Dent, glover 
Richardus Fawle, taillour 



PEE PATBES 

Xpoferus Masheroder, blaksmyth, fil. Rogeri Masheroder, pewtherer 
Johannes Darrell, brasyer, fil. Thomas Darrell, brasyer 
Willelmus Grenebury, draper, fil. Edmundi Grenebury, draper 
Johannes Golton, yoman, fil. Johannis Galton, yoman 
Willelmus Makegge, marriner, fil. Johannis Makege, marriner 
Rogerus Gillo, ironmonger, fil. Phil. Gillo, mason 
Xpoferus Watter, haberdasher, fil. Rollandi Watter, cowke 
Johannes Gill, carpenter, fil. Petri Gill, carpenter 
Robertus Wydale, bocher, fil. Johannis Wydale, senioris, bocher 
Ric. Palframan, cowper, fil. Henrici Palframan, cowper 
Johannes Bacheler, bocher, fil. Willelmi Bacheler, bocher 
Willelmus Halley, skryvener, fil. Henrici Halley, tanner 
Geo. Fairewether, inholder, fil. Willelmi Fayrwether, pewterer v v \- 
Petrus Pockley, cowper, fil. Johannis Pokley, senioris, fletcher 
Mathius Vause, baker, fil. Roberti Vause, tapitour 
Willelmus Laurens, surgion, fil. Henrici Laurens, taillour 
Johannes Webster, lorrymer, fil. Willelmi Webster, lorymer 



22 



THE FKEEMEN OF YOKK, 1579-80 



Thomas Browne, lynnonwever, fil. Johannis Browne, lynnonwever 
Johannes Awne, paynter, fil. Willelmi Awne, joyner 
Edmundus Smyth, carpenter, fil. Jeffraii Smyth, carpenter 



22 ELIZ., WILL. EOBYNSON, MAJOEE. EDW. EXILBIE, JOH. 
METCALF, SEN., MERCATOEIBUS, JOH. PLOMEB, DRAP., JOH. 
BILBOWE, INHOLD., GEO. JAKSON, TANN., CAMEEAEIIS 



Johannes Hardy, taillour 
Thomas Wright, carpenter 
Thomas Crokdyke, tallour 
Parsyvallns Metcalf, tallour 
Johannes Thomson, hatmaker 
Eobertus Elwaud, carpenter 
Baynoldus Cartwright, dier 
Anthonius Clerke, glover 
Willelmus Watson, fishemonger 
Georgius W T atkynson, vyntener 
Migheles Harry son, cordyner, 

exon. quia non solvit 4 li- 
Johannes Dalton, joyner 
Johannes Myers, boocher 
Johannes Stephenson, inholder 
Willelmus Fell, baker 
Georgius Greathead, joyner 
Bichardus Metcalf, girdler 
Henricus Wynter, baker 
Giles Betson, taillour 



Georgius Cotes, founderer 
Bicardus Seller, baker 
Bogerus Thomson, glasyer 
Thomas Moxon, grocer 
Leonardus Bobynson, tanner 
Mathius Staynton, baker 
Willelmus Hilyerd, legesperitus 
Bichardus Smyth, draper 
Thomas Ellis, lorrimer 
Johannes Pereson, tanner 
Bichardus Tanfi'eild, fishmonger 
Bichardus Greathead, curyer 
Thomas Eglesfeild, sadler 
Thomas Marticke, brekmaker 
Wilfridus Dutton, fishemonger 
Willelmus Wynd, tanner 
W T illelmus Straker, tanner 
Mathseus Barwike, panyerman 
Hugonis Warcup, hattar 



PEK PATKES 

Micheles Fox, sawer, fil. Thomas Fox, maltster 
Thomas Caverd, bocher, fil. Jeffrii Caverd, founderer 
Thomas Browne, parchemener, fil. Thomae Browne, tanner 
Johannes Pereson, marriner, fil. Johannis Pereson, curyer 
Edwardus Pynder, sylkewever, fil, Johannis Pynder, tapiter 
Bobertus Harrison, marchant, fil. Thomas Harrison, alderman 
Johannes Symson, cordyner, fil. Bogeri Symson, cordyner 
Petrus Williamson, sadler, fil. Johannis Williamson, taillour 
Petrus Collynson, inholder, fil. Lawr. Colly nson, inholder 
Jocobes Fawthrop, loksmyth, fil. Henrici Fawthrop, taillour 
Anthonius Sandwith, mercer, fil. Boberti Sandwith, bower 
Thomas Turner, goldsmyth, fil, Edw. Turner, generosi 
Johannes Granger, marchant, fil. Johannis Granger, marchant 
Bobertus Wood, sawer, fil. Johannis Wood, wever 
Xpoferus Hewike, marcer, fil. Thomas Hewike, waxchandler 
Thomas Pereson, laborer, fil. Johannis Pereson, curyer 



THE FREEMEN OF YORK, 1581 



23 



23 ELLZ., ROB. BROOKE, MAJORE. THO. HARBART, ROB. PACOKE, 
MERCATORIBUS, WILL. CALOME, DRAP., JOH. FELL, COOKE, 
EDW. JOHNSON, TANK, THO. ELWODD, CORDYN., CAMERARIIS 



Johannes Harrison, cordyner 
Thomas Richardson, armorer 
Ricardus Blakwall, marchant 
Johannes Wharton, bower 
Petrus Waslinge, tallour 
Johannes Busfeld, draper 
Johannes Heslington, glover 
Xpoferus Metcalf, hatmaker 
Petrus Hodgson, marchant 
Robertus Dawson, marchant 
Willelmus Dawson, haberdasher 
Johannes Pybus, parchemener 
Johannes Horneby, caryer 
Edwardus Ewartley, tapitour 
Willelmus Hancoke, marchant 
Bartholomew e Aplebie, baker 
Geo. Wynterburne, fishemonger 
Richardus Power, taillour 
Johannes Spence, spuryer 
Tho. Adamthwate, pewtherer 
Petrus Andrew, tallour 
Petrus Cantley, founderer 
Hannfraus Byrkhead, caryer 



Miles Thissilthwate, tallour 
Willelmus Nicholson, baker 
Wilfridus Brand, potticary 
Parsyvallus Levett, inholder 
Hugonius Allanson, cordyner 
Radulphus Aslaby, marchant 
Thomas Rogerson 
Johannes Croft, bocher 
Thomas Willan, cordyner 
Johannes Dawson, milner 
Leonardus Place, glover 
Willelmus Yonge, mynstrell 
Willelmus Teward, cooke 
Willelmus Yate, baker 
Paulus Wright, carpenter 
Willelmus Gregge, founderer 
Henricus Waite, tallour 
Xpoferus Farro, tiller 
Johannes Browen, panyerman 
Tristramus Langwith, pynner 
Michael Wrekes, inholder 
Johannes Jakson, inholder 



PER PATRES 

Johannes Fawthrop, blaksmyth, fil. Henrici Fawthrop, tallour 
Petrus Atkynson, armorer, fil. Ricardi Atkynson, armorer 
Ricardus Atkynson, armorer, fil. Ricardi Atkynson, armorer 
Michael Laurens, tapitour, fil. Willelmi Laurens, tilemaker 
Willelmus Bell, fishemonger, fil. Johannis Bell, glover 
Johannes Race, marchant, fil. Henrici Race, marchant 
Martinus Stokdale, tallour, fil. Thomse Stokdale, laborer 
Thomas Grene, gent., fil. Laurencii Grene, gent. 
Johannes Geldart, bocher, fil. Jacobi Geldert, bocher 
Willelmus Judson, skynner, fil. Willelmi Judson, cutler 
Willelmus Williamson, marchant, fil. Jeff. Williamson, draper 
Willelmus Wilson, haberdasher, fil. Thomae Wilson, cooke 
Johannes Gelstrop, inholder, fil. Johannis Gelstrop, tanner 
Robertus Wilson, baker, fil. Roberti Wilson, baker 
Johannes Lynley, laborer, fil. Johannis Lynley, marryner 
Georgius Samond, yoman, fil. Johannis Samond, bocher 
Thomas Aclam, maltster, fil. Willelmi Aclam, tappitour 
Laurencius Richardson, cutler, fil. Willelmi Richardson, roper 
Johannes Wilson, cowper, fil. Willelmi Wilson, baker 



24 



THE FEEEMEN OF YOEK, 1581-2 



Thomas Grenbury, draper, fil. Edmundi Grenbury, draper 
Ricardus Freman, sadler, fil. Willelmi Freman, tanner 
Johannes Wright, taillour, fil. Ricardi Wright, tallour 
Sampsonius Wright, girdler, fil. Radulphi Wright, tallour 

24 ELIZ., CEISTOF. MALTBY, MAJOEE. CEISTOF. HEWIKE, EOB. 
MYEES, MEECEES, THO. METCALF, GUID. METHAM, INHOLDS., 
HEN. WILKYNSON, TANN., JOH. BALLAND, COEDYN., CAMEEAEIIS 



Gawyn Benson, blaksmyth 
Edmundus Henlake, cowper 
Johannes Hanbache, surgion 
Johannes Skarre, glover 
Earth. Leppington, tapitour 
Johannes Yate, baker 
Georgius Rosse, marchant 
Jacobus Crosbie, parchemener 
Edmundus Walkyngton, tanner 
Robertus Cowper, inholder 
Robertus Wattersonn, glover 
Thomas Jordayne, haberdasher 
Radulphus Sadler, bocher 
Willelmus Marshall, marcer 
Johannes Todd, marchant 
Rogerus Fountance, draper 
Thomas Dycconson, tallour 
Thomas Davy, tallour 
Johannes Skeafton, cordyner 
Xpoferus Walton, cowper 

PEE 



Johannes Thomson, tiler 
Thomas Specke, blaksmyth 
Ricardus Lumley, taillour 
Willelmus Sibbitt, tallour 
Robertus Hyrdson, cooke 
Robertus Campion, marchant 
Johannes Dover, baker 
Johannes Mylner, baker 
Johannes Mathewe, panyerman 
Allan Dent, brasyer 
Jacobus Carter, tanner 
Conand Walles, baker 
Robertus Byrdsall, wever 
Jacobus Dente, taillour 
Nicus. (sic) Lythe, roper 
Robertus Cotterill, inholder 
Ricardus Snawsell, myllinour 
Johannes Hurde, cobler 
Xpoferus Fell, tapitour 



PATKES 



Johannes Lambe, inholder, fil. Willelmi Lambe, tanner 
Willelmus Riche, tapitour, fil. Willelmi Riche, tapitour 
Johannes Wright, girdler, fil. Ricardi Wright, tapitour 
Johannes Benson, scrivener, fil. Willelmi Benson, glasyer 
Willelmus Grundall, powter, fil. Edwardi Grundal, tapitour 
Johannes Harrison, inholder, fil. Thomas Harrison, alderman 
Milo Prince, junior, cordyner, fil. Milonis Prince, senioris, cordyner 
Matthasus Cundale, paynter, fil. Johannis Cundale, berebrewer 
Robertus Bynkes, taillour, fil. Leonardi Bynkes, baker 
Hen. Leache, harbour surgion, fil. Johannis Leach, barbour surgion 
Anthonius Hall, girdler, fil. Hugonis Hall, cordyner 
Margreta Geldhart, inholder, fil. Johannis Geldert, armorer 
Robertus Wiseman, baker, fil. Nicholai Wiseman, baker 
Ricardus Annyson, paynter, fil. Thomae Annyson, paynter 
Henricus Marcer, grocer, fil. Johannis Marcer, tilemaker 
Willelmus Wilson, baker, fil. Willelmi Wilson, baker 
Ricardus Lawson, draper, fil. Thomas Lawson, alderman 
Ricardus Smalchere, fishemonger, fil. Will. Smalcher, fishmonger 
ftobertus Fawsett, blaksmyth, fil. Roberti Fawsett, wever 



THE FEEEMEN OF YORK, 1583 



25 



25 ELIZ., THO. APLEYEED, MAJORS. MAEM. SUTHIBIE, JOH. 
METCALF, JUN., JAC. BLAND, MEECATOEIBUS, JOH. STEPHEN- 
SON, PAESIV. LEVETT, INHOLDS., GEO. ELWIKE, SADLEE, 
CAMEEAEIIS 



Thomas Wadsworth, tallour 
Miles Burton, tanner 
Robertus Hudson, marchant 
Edwardus Sympson, panyerman 
Xpoferus Hardye, baker 
Franciscus Waid, marchant 
Raymond Claxton, tallour 
Robertus Bishop, inholder 
Mathaeus Johnson, inholder 
Laurencius Mers, marchant 
Willelmus Tallour, marchant 
Will. Kitchingman, draper tallour 
Georgius Baynbrige, inholder 
Willelmus Turner, tanner 
Richardus Sparke, panyerman 
Richardus Dale, bocher 
Willelmus Allen, sherman 
Johannes Watman, baker 
Xpoferus Dobson, bocher 
Henricus Mudd, mercer 
Joh. Towler tallour, exoneratus 

quia non solvit 3 11 
Johannes Megson, carpenter 
Willelmus Bell, mylner 



Johannes Dodsworth, tyler 
Georgius Wetherell, founderer 
Robertus Cotes, cordyner 
Willelmus Blake, cordyner 
Robertus Hamond, tanner 
Thpmas Sunder, panyerman 
JefFray Sympson, bocher 
Joh. Carter, parchementmaker 
Petrus Wate, inholder 
Laurencius Whitfeild, millinour 
Thomas Robynson, tanner 
Will. Warryner, haberdasher 
Robertus Browen, founderer 
Arthurus Fuld, tallour, exon. 

quia non solvit 3 U 
Georgius Chapman, tanner 
Willelmus Futhergill, tanner 
Willelmus Kendale, glover 
Willelmus Lakan, cobler 
Johannes Runder, founderer 
Thomas Wilson, baker 
Dynnys Gill, tanner 
Johannes Hodgson, inholder 



PEB PATEES 

Willelmus Watson, marchant, fil. Thomas Watson, bocher 
Johannes Hodgson, blaksmyth, fil. Roberti Hodgson, tallour 
Robertus Foxgell, tanner, fil. Simonis Foxgell, bocher 
Humfraus Thomson, potter, fil. Johannis Thomson, caryer 
Johannes Hartley, cordyner, fil. Nicholai Hartley, cordyner 
Willelmus Bowe, tallour, fil. Willelmi Bowe, tallour 
Johannes Tallour, inholder, fil. Roberti Tallour, parchementmaker 
Jacobus Mud, bocher, fil. Walteri Mud, bocher 
Guido Butler, tallour, fil. Johannis Butler, milner 
Johannes Thomson, tallour, fil. Johannis Thomson, caryer 
Jacobus Dixon, joyner, fil. Roberti Dixon, joyner 
Georgius Bewley, botteller, fil. Willelmi Bewley, botteller 
Edwardus Godyer, lynnon draper, fil. Georgii Godyer, goldsmyth 
Stephanus Miklithwate, marchant, fil. Rad. Miklithwate, marchant 
Edwardus Hayton, sylkwever, fil. Ricardi Haton, girdler 
Thomas Burland, cobler, fil. Willelmi Burland, cobler 
Johannes Wightman, tapitour, fil. Michaelis Wightman, roper 
Robertus Fairebank, paynter, fil. Ricardi Farebank, plomer 



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THE FEEEMEN OF YORK, 1583-4 



Robertus Sympson, glover, fil. Georgii Sympson, goldsmyth 
Johannes Hawton, blaksmyth, fil. Johannis Hawton, blaksmyth 
Willelmus Sydes, curyer, fil. Thomae Sydes, tapitour 
Job. Tbomlynson, tallochandler, fil. Will. Thomlynson, carpenter 



26 ELIZ., ANDR, TEEWE, MAJOEE. EOB. HAEEYSON, JOH. EACE, 
MAECHS., EAD. HAETE, MEEC., THO. ASQUYTH, DEAP., WILL. 
EICHAEDSON, PEWT., JAC. MUDD, BOCHEE, CAMEEAEIIS 



Robertus Humfray, marchant 
Jacobus Burgh, tallour 
Willelmus Bynnes, inholder 
Edwardus Hynd, tyller 
Franciscus Stonas, bocher 
Johannes Gowland, haberdasher 
Willelmus Jenkynson, marchant 
Laurencius Edward, mercer 
Willelmus Carnage, tallour 
Johannes Kilburne, carpenter 
Willelmus Ellison, parchemener 
Martinus Raley, fishemonger 
Gilbertus Coldwell, marchant 
Ricardus Bynkes, marchant 
Marmadukus Atkynson, mar- 
chant 

Richard Battie, sadler 
Jeffraus Weddell, cooke 
Johannes Topam, bocher 
Georgius Nolson, parchemener 
Johannes Bell, tallour 
Johannes Watson, panyerman 
Georgius Key, tallour 
Johannes Graunte, marchant 
Joh. Borkenskale, bladsmyth 
Robertus Bargh, cordyner 



Henricus Sproke, goldsmyth 
Gawyn Benson, cordyner 
Thomas Fewler, hatmaker 
Georgeus Witcherley, tallour 
Miles Pry nee, cordyner 
John Fermery, marchant 
Johannes Shelley, tallour, exon, 

quia non solvit 20 s 
Georgius Both, blaksmyth 
Ewan Catterall, lynnonwever 
Johannes Clerke, appoticarie 
Willelmus Spence, bocher 
Johannes Crosthwate, plomer 
Willelmus Robynson, porter 
Georgius Fawle, porter 
Edwardus Watson, cowper 
Johannes Watson, glover 
Wilfridus Armytage, tapitour 
Johannes Skirro, lorrymer 
Jacobus Godson, tallour 
Thomas Lasynbie, carpenter 
Willelmus Cooke, tallour 
Willelmus Jakson, glover 
Henricus Relf, vyntener 
Thomas Dry, cordyner 
Ricardus Ellerker, tanner 



PEE PATBES 

Thomas Sadler, cordyner, fil. Ricardi Sadler, cordyner 
Thomas Burton, sadler, fil. Anthonii Burton, haberdasher 
Adamus (sic) Wharf, baker, fil. Roberti Wharf, baker 
Willelmus Darrell, plomer, fil. Thomse Darrell, brasyer 
Johannes Ramesdell, pynner, fil. Johannis Ramesdell, carpenter 
Humfridus Wylson, tapitour, fil. Johannis Wilson, porter 
Hugo Oldcorne, inholder, fil. Johannis Oldcorne, tiler 
Robertus Wright, baker, fil. Ricardi Wright, baker 
Willelmus Foxgell, bocher, fil. Willelmi Foxgell, bocher 
Willelmus Bowes, mylner, fil. Roberti Bowes, mylner 
Johannes Bowes, mylner, fil. Edwardi Bowes, mylner 



THE FREEMEN OF YORK, 1584-5 



27 



Johannes Brytten, tallour, fil. Robert! Brytten, skynner 
Jacobus Homer, haberdasher, fil. Barnard! Horner, bocher 
Hicardus Harbart, marchant, fil. Xpoferi Harbert, alderman! 
Leon. Grenbury, marchant, fil. Edmund! Grenbury, draper 
Robertus Cooke, inholder, fil. Robert! Cooke, inholder 
Myches (sic) Slater, bocher, fil. Migheli Slater, bocher 
Ricardus Gibb, fishemonger, fil. Petrl Gibb, fishemonger 
Willelmus Chapman, inholder, fil. Ricardi Chapman, paver 
Edward Skawsbie, tyncler, fil. Ricardi Skawsbie, tynkler 
Johannes Maxwell, tyler, fil. Willelmi Maxwell, tiler 
Ricardus Hodgson, tallour, fil. Robert! Hodgson, tallour 
Willelmus Skowfeild, tanner, fil. Johannis Skowfeild, stacioner 
Henricus Cowper, baker, fil. Ricardi Cowper, tiler 
Robertus Watson, marcer, fil. Laurencii Watson, bocher 
Edwardus Laydman, porter, fil. Guidonis Laydman, glover 
Robertus Eshe, glover, fil. Johannis Eshe, marchant 
Martinus Aclam, tanner, fil. Willelmi Aclam, tapitour 
W'illelmus Blake, goldsmyth, fil. Thomse Blake, goldsmyth 
Petrus Hamond, glasier, fil. Wilfrid! Hamond, cordyner 
Seth Frear, laborer, fil. Hugone (sic) Frear, porter 
Petrus Rutles, mussyssion, fil. Johannis Rutles, porter 

27 ELIZ., HEN. MAY, MAJORE. JOH. HARRISON, INHOLD., PET. 
WILKYNSON, WILL. SHILLITO, HABERDASHERS, FRAN. KILL- 
INGBEKE, NOTARY, JOH. MANSSELL, SURGION, NIGH. HAXOP, 
BAKER, GEO. TOPPYN, BOCHER, THO. WILSON, PARCHEMENER, 
CAMERARIIS 



Egidius Baytson, draper 
Ricardus Suthibie, draper 
Gabriellus Smyth, inholder 
Robertus Sadler, joyner 
Thomas Bulmer, baker 
Henricus Sotheron, blaksmyth 
Thomas Phillipson, baker 
Willelmus Robynson, tiler 
Xpoferus Fountance, tallour 
Mighelus Bowssell, brasier 
Xpoferus Dent, mynstrill 
Willelmus Johnson, mynstrill 
Mgheles (sic) Robynson, tallour 
Henricus Whitinge, cooke 
Georgius Costiltyn, glover 
Johannes Wadsworth, marchant 
Rogerus Esh, marchant 
Ricardus Dent, vittualer 
Anthonius Ward, tallour 
Georgius Holme, tallour 
Robertus Walls, glover 
Leonardus Bessonne, sadler 



Johannes Temple, bocher 
Robertus Spens, bocher 
Robertus Ward, alebrewer 
Georgius Mountayn, inholder 
Xpoferus Cowper, bocher 
Thomas Lynley, sherman & fuller 
Henricus Wilson, carpenter 
Ricardus Hildwith, hatmaker 
Edwardus Rigge, tallour 
Johannes Thomlynson, joyner 
Henricus Lawson, tiler 
Johannes Horner, tallour 
Ricardus Wilson, loksmyth 
Franc. Miklithwate, marchant 
Vincentius Metcalf, marchant 
Jacobus Cristalson, cowper 
Thomas Jakson, lynnonwever 
Thomas Dutton, fyshemonger 
Johannes Brooke, marcer 
Xpoferus Clerke, hatmaker 
Thomas Marshall, mercer 
Thomas Thornell, marchant 



28 



THE FREEMEN OF YOEK, 1585-6 



Edwardus Crosby, tallour 
Willelmus Skales, tapitour 
Johannes Fender, sawer 
Simones Scabert, mercer 



Jacobus Busfeld, glover 
Mathgeus Cowton, glover 
Jacobus Thornell, bocher 
Willelmus Watson, fishemonger 



PER PATBES 

Willelmus Calverd, carpenter, fil. Willelmi Calverd, founderer 
Thomas Peghinge, grocer, fil. Johannis Peghing, mercatoris 
Ricardus Burdon, joyner, fil. Simonis Burdon, joyner 
Edwardus Lef, tanner, fil. Martini Lef, horner 
Willelmus Haxop, tallour, fil. Nicholai Haxop, baker 
Marmaducus Horner, haberdasher, fil. Thomse Horner, armorer 
Thomas Wheldrake, cooke, fil. Johannis Wheldrake, cooke 
Valentinus Prince, tanner, fil. Johannis Prince, tanner 
Robertus Webb, fletcher, fil. Ricardi Webb, cutler 
Robertus Chapman, cooke, fil. Ricardi Chapman, paver 
Xpoferus Hutton, grocer, fil. Ricardi Hutton, tapitour 
Willelmus Watson, bocher, fil. Laurencii Watson, bocher 
Henricus Whittington, cordyner, fil. Ricardi Whittington, cordyner 
Willelmus Greneop, glover, fil. Willelmi Grenop, glover 
Geo. Styddie, instramentmaker or joyner, fil. Thomse Stiddy, dier 
Georgius Hobson, letherdresser, fil. Henrici Hobson, loksmyth 
Johannes Grene, haberdasher, fil. Laurencii Grene, gent. 
Jacobus Scowfeild, tallour, fil. Johannis Scowfeld, stacioner 
Edwardus Bynkes, paynter, fil. Leonardi Bynkes, baker 
Nicholaus Raikes, tallour, fil. Thomse Rakes, fishemonger 
Johannes Wilson, mynstrill, fil. Johannis Wilson, laborer 
Thomas Lynley, bocher, fil. Johannis Lynley, marryner 
Reginaldus Frear, laborer, fil. Hugonis Freer, porter 



28 ELIZ., EAD. KICHAKDSON, MAJOEE. FEAN. JAQUE, JOH. 
MAWDE, JOH. SMYTHIES, MAECATOEIBUS, WILL. GEENBUEY, 
DEAPEE, JOH. YODALE, INHOLD., LEON. JAKSON, DYEE, 
THO. SPAEGON, SADDLEE, AMBE. AWNE, COEDYNEE, CAMEE- 
AEIIS 



Thomas Blenkarne, inholder 
Thomas Gibson, tiler 
Jacobus Gibson, tiler 
Thomas Richardson, armorer 
Willelmus Shipton, draper 
Willelmus Donkyn, blaksmyth 
Albyn Hancoke, inholder 
Cuthbart Atkynson, hatter 
Laurens Waid, marchant 
Reginaldus Mydleton, marryner 
Johannes Readman, sadler 
Xpoferus Awtherson, bocher 



Edwardus Richardson, mercator 
Thomas Richardson, cordyner 
George Hunter, tiler 
Henry Lynnes, tiler 
Robertus Smyth, blaksmyth 
Barnard Dinnichoff, glasier 
Johannes Hyggyns, pynner 
Rogerus Geldart, bocher 
Marcus Sadler, parchmentmaker 
Henricus Walker, draper tallour 
Edwardus Rogerson, blaksmyth 
Laurencius Bland, joyner 



THE FREEMEN OF YORK, 1586-7 



29 



Thomas Preston, tallour 
Cuthbertus Moises, sawer 
Johannes Empson, merchant 
Edwardus Widdouse, tallour 
Nicholas Bovell, carpenter 
Thomas Bawden, merchaunt 



Hectour Rutledge, tallour 
Willelmus Futhergell, hatmaker 
Robertus Heron, pewtherer 
Tymothie Burye, dyer 
Willelmus Buttrie, marcer 



PEE PATRES 

Johannes Bryce, bocher, fil. Xpoferi Brice, bocher 
Annes Graves, als. Robynson, lyn. drap. filia Hug. Graues, alder. 
Johannes Dycconson, blaksmyth, fil. Ricardi Dycconson, chandler 
Willelmus Maxwell, cordyner, fil. Willelmi Maxwell, tiler 
Thomas Graves, marcator, fil. Hugonis Graves, alderman 
Hugo Hunton, tallour, fil. Xpoferi Hunton, goldsmyth 
Mifte Wreight, lynnondraper, filia Johannis Wreght, appotycarie 
Allexander Watson, appoticary, fil. Roberti Watson, gent. 
Henricus Haxbie, fishemonger, fil. Milonis Haxby, tapitour 
Johannes Wright, tallour, fil. Willelmi Wright, baker 
Persivallus Waller, cordyner, fil. Thomae Waller, inholder 
Robertus Murton, girdler, fil. Thomae Morton, girdler 
Johannes Stringer, cooke, fil. Thomae Stringer, carpenter 
Edmundus Laurens, pewtherer, fil. Xpoferi Laurens, pewtherer 
Jacobus Crosthwate, tallour, fil. Jacobi Crosthwate, tallour 
Phillipus Turner, mercator, fil. Edwardi Turner, gent. 
Willelmus Cawood, dyer, fil. Thomae Cawod, dyer 



29 ELIZ., JAC. BYRKBIE, MAJORE. ROB. DAWSON, FRAN. WAYD, 
WILF. BRAND, MERCATORIBUS, ANTH. SANDWITH, MERCER, 
GEO. THWAITES, GEO. WATSON, DRAPS., JOH. BEWE, GOLDSM., 
GEO. WATKYNSON, VYNT., NICH. HODGSON, INHOLD., RAD. 
HARDIE, BAK., ROB. WEDDELL, BOCHER, WILL. BYNNS 
INHOLD., CAMERARIIS 



Johannes Sharp, taillour 
Ricardus Dycconson, tallour 
Radulphus Kytchyn, loksmyth 
Willelmus Woller, mercator 
Xpoferus Brooke, mercator 
Thomas Goodrike, draper 
Edwardus Turner, mercator 
Petrus Dale, pannyerman 
Willelmus Reveis, sopmaker 
Milo White, panyerman 
Joh. Hutchenson, fishemonger 
Johannes Holmes, joyner 
Brianus Charleton, sadler 
Laurencius Heles, joyner 



Ricardus Belfeild, armorer 
Franciscus Hardy, haberdasher, 

exon. quia non solvit pro 

libertate sua 

Rob. Watterhouse, lege peritus 
Willelmus Wilson, tallour 
Roland. Huchenson, panyerman 
Johannes Marshall, tallour 
Willelmus Marshall, cordyner 
Willelmus Jakson, stacioner 
Hen. Eldrington, parchement- 

maker 

Henricus Thomson, marcator 
Ricardus Goodyere, sadler 



30 



THE FREEMEN OF YORK, 1587-8 



PER PATRES 

Thomas Haxop, baker, fil. Nicholai Haxop, baker 
Franciscus Newby, cordyner, fil. Willelmi Newby, cordyner 
Radulphus Straker, tallour, fil. Nicholai Straker, cordyner 
Johannes Morland, marryner, fil. Stephani Morland, tiler 
Johannes Wrayth, paynter, fil. Thomae Wrath, stacioner 
Johannes Tennand, lynnonwever, fil. Willelmi Tennand, tanner 
Willelmus Slater, baker, fil. Thomae Slater, baker 
Oswoldus Roger, paynter, fil. Thomae Roger, baker 
Thomas Derhame, carpenter, fil. Henrici Dereham, carpenter 
Thomas Bell, tallour, fil. Michaelis Bell, tallour 
Johannes Wood, berebrewer, fil. Johannis Wood, berebrewer 
Anthonius Sigswith, blaksmyth, fil. Stephani Sygswith, blaksmyth 
Johannes Jakson, glover, fil. Willelmi Jakson, whelwright 
Thomas Aplebie, fletcher, fil. Roberti Aplebie, fletcher 
Ricardus Dowburne, gyrdler, fil. Xpoferi Dowburne, girdler 
Robertus Gibb, fishemonger, fil. Petri Gibb, fishemonger 
Will. Wyman, fishemonger, fil. Marmaduci Wyman, fishemonger 
Thomas Grave, mynstrill, fil. Willelmi Grave, tapitour 
Martynus Thomson, lynnwever, fil. Willelmi Thomson, tyler 
Johannes Fell, roper, fil. Briani Fell, tapitour 
Johannes Plewman, tallour, fil. Thomae Plewman, joyner 
Thomas Cowlinge, bocher, fil. Thomae Cowling, bocher 
Rogerus Slater, hatmaker, fil. Michaelis Slater, bocher 
Thomas Pynder, goldsmyth, fil. Willelmi Pynder, tapitour 
Georgius Foxgale, sadler, fil. Ricardi Foxgale, sadler 
Tristram Bryttain, imbroderer, fil. Roberti Britten, skynner 
Georgius Dent, inholder, fil. Oswoldi Dent, founderer 
Thomas Messynger, mylner, fil. Stephani Messynger, mylner 
Johannes Hill, plomber, fil. Barthilmewe Hill, joyner 
Robertus Asquith, draper, fil. Roberti Asquith, aldermani 



30 ELIZ., THO. JACKSONNE, MAJORE. BRIAN BIRKHEAD, HEN. 
BANESTER, JOH. WADESWORTH, MERCATORIBUS, JOH. BOWS- 
FELD, DRAP., THO. BLENKARNE, INHOLD., EDW. COMYNGE, 
BLACKSMYTH, PET. HARTFORTH, CORDYNER, CAMERARIIS 



Robertus Malton, tanner 
Robertus Camplechon, tallour 
Thomas Paipe, tiler 
Johannes Craven, founderer 
Johannes Benson, sadler 
Johannes Harrison, baker 
Anthony Haldenbie, draper 
Thomas Turner, tiler 
Thomas Revis, brekmaker 
Radnlphus Harvey, imbroderer 
Eobertus Beane, bocher 



Ricardus Walton, porter 
Ricardus Bell, tanner 
Johannes Wate, glover 
Radulphus Russell, curyer 
Robertus Burnet, mercer 
Ricardus Hawkeshirst, mercator 
Robertus Watson, baker 
Robertus Bartrom, tallour 
Humfridus Fa veil, joyner 
Robertus W 7 aslinge, tallour 
Franciscus Newby, caryer 



THE FREEMEN OF YORK, 1588-9 



31 



Edmondus Thomlynson, girdler 
Edwardus Croft, mercer 
Henricus Nevell, mercator 
Petrus Thowe, baker 
Sampsonius Jakson, tanner 
Anthonius Webster, joyner 
Willelmus Thomson, curyer 
Johannes Kirkbie, tallour 
Johannes Wildman, tallour 
Ricardus Wrightson, tallour 



Edwardus Broughton, armorer 
Henricus Parkyn, founderer 
Radulphus Hutchenson, glover 
Johannes Harrison, joyner 
Rogerus Deane, harbour 
Wilfridus Browen, cordyner 
Thomas Lund, sawer 
Brianus Freer, glover 
Johannes Lathes, joyner 



PEE, PATKES 

Cuthbertus Wilson, tiler, fil. Thomse Wilson, mynstrill, def. 

Johannes Rogerson, glover, fil. Johannis Rogerson, founderer 

Thomas Cook, pewtherer, fil. Willelmi Cook, pewtherer 

Thomas Bargeman, haberdasher, fil. Johannis Bargman, goldsmyth 

Willelmus Fox, milner, fil. Thomae Fox, maltster 

Laurencius Ax, milner, fil. Roberti Ax, milner 

Ric. Longcastre, cordyner, fil. Briani Longe[ca]stre, blaksmyth 

Henricus Wilman, porter, fil. Willelmi Wilman, hoisier 

Johannes Saughell, bottelmaker, fil. Thomse Saughell, laborer 

Willelmus Smyth, tanner, fil. Johannis Smyth, tapitour 

Nicholas Were, carpenter, fil. Thomae Were, carpenter 

Jacobus Fisher, blaksmyth, fil. Thomse Fisher, blakesmyth 

Franciscus Burdon, haberdasher, fil. Ricardi Burdon, mercer 

Willelmus Scotson, armorer, fil. Georgii Scotson, armorer 

Edwardus Grundale, tiler, fil. Edwardi Grundale, tapitour 

Thomas Hall, mercator, fil. Radulphi Hall, aldermani 

Oswoldus Leaf, baker, fil. Georgii Leaf, homer 

Cuthbertus Axe, sawer, fil. Roberti Axe, milner 

Ricardus Maxwell, tiler, fil. Willelmi Maxwell, tiler 

Leonardus Thomson, joyner, fil. Leonardi Thomson, pewtherer 

Willelmus Richardson, paynter, fil. Martini Richardson, paynter 

Ricardus Vesse, tapitour, fil. Roberti Vesse, tapiter 

Thomas Geldert, glover, fil. Jacobi Geldert, bocher 

Thomas Thomson, tiler, fil. Willelmi Thomson, tiler 

Willelmus Mason, sadler, fil. Ricardi Mason, sadler 

Hugo Lister, cowper, fil. Tristrami Lister, draper 

Willelmus Cooke, pewtherer, fil. Willelmi Cooke, pewtherer 



31 ELIZ., THO. MOSELEY, MAJORS, ANTH. CALTON, GILB. 
COLDWELL, ROB. HUDSON, MERCATORIBUS, LAUR. EDWARDS, 
GROG., HEN. METCALF, THO. KILLINGBEKE, DRAPS., NIGH. 
HALL, INHOLD., JOH. ROBYNSON, TALLOUR, STEP. PRESTON, 
BOCHER, ROB. SWYNBANKE, PEWT., CAMERARIIS 



Rogerus Wilkinson, cordyner 
Bobertus Hall, loksmytk 



Petrus Stead, panyerman 
Galfridus Spens, cordyner 



32 



THE FREEMEN OF YORK, 1589 



Xpoferus Dynnis, tanner 
Willelmus North, inholder 
Thomas Smyth, mercator 
Johannes Dycconson, goldsmyth 
Johannes Jakson, feltmaker 
Johannes Broughton, mercator 
Charolus Ayre, mercator 
Michaelus Fawconer, mercator 
Henricus Atkenson, mercator 
Ellizius Carr, dyer 
Jacobus Metcalf, bocher 
Johannes Watson, bocher 
Galfridus Bradrike, tanner 
Robertus Harland, sadler 
Ambrosius Skarr, imbroderer 
Johannes Chatter, mercator 
Robertus Browen, milloner 
Johannes Harbart, cordyner 



Thomas Bell, baker 
Gregorius Croft, tallour 
Xpoferus Warwike, glover 
Brianus Fountans, tallour 
Thomas Camplechon, tallour 
Thomas Smythson, gent. 
Ellizius Miklthwate, mercator 
Johannes Marshall, glover 
Joh. Cheiseman, jersey worker 
Johannes Place, cordyner 
Willelmus Breerey, mercator 
Robertus Ambler, mercator 
Thomas Oglestrop, mercator 
Robertus Marshall, mercator 
Johannes Batson, mercer 
Thomas Hunter, armorer 
Stephanus Smyth, bocher 



PER PATEES 

Thomas Harper, tallour, fil. Johannis Harper, tallour 
Thomas Richardson, stacioner, fil. Thomae Richardson, stacioner 
Willelmus Morton, mercer, fil. Ricardi Morton, marcer 
Willelmus Wightmane, milner, fil. Ricardi Wightman, milner 
Thomas Bekwith, pewtherer, fil. Roberti Bekwith, goldsmyth 
Robertus Nixson, stacioner, fil. Petri Nixson, bladsmyth 
Tristramus Gillott, imbroderer, fil. Georgii Gillot, inholder 
Ricardus Clerke, baker, fil. Ricardi Clerke, baker 
Johannes Harrison, painter, fil. Alex. Harrison, tallour 
Johannes Jaque, mercator, fil. Francisci Jaque, mercator 
Petrus Smyth, inholder, fil. Henrici Smyth 
Edwardus Browen, tallour, fil. Thomae Browen, tanner 
Johannes Candall, sawer, fil. Ricardi Candall, laborer 
Bartholomaeus Fell, fishemonger, fil. Johannis Fell, cooke 
Willelmus Walker, blaksmyth, fil. Georgii Walker, tapitour 
Xpoferus Garth, fishemonger, fil. Rad. Garth, fishemonger 
Nicholaus Gillmyn, goldsmyth, fil. Roberti Gilmyn, goldsmyth 
Johannes Overand, milner, fil. Roberti Overand, cordyner 
Ricardus Yodale, haberdasher, fil. Ricardi Yodale, coke 
Cuthbertus Lokermoth, letherdresser, fil. Cuth. Lokermouth, 

parchment maker 

Johannes Watson, marcator, fil. Thomse Watson, bocher 
Thomas Atkenson, tanner, fil. Henrici Atkynson, tanner 
Robertus Preston, haberdasher, fil. Abr. Preston, tallour 
Willelmus Shawe, marcator, fil. Lanceloti Shaw, bocher 
Thomas Brittaine, skynner, fil. Roberti Britton, skynner 



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33 



32 ELIZ., BOB. WATTER, MAJORE. RIG. HARBART, MERCAT., ROB. 
ASQUYTH, DRAP., THO. SMYTHSON, GENT., GEO. WATSON, 
DRAP., WILL. SONLEY, TAIL., ROB. COTTERELL, WILL. 
FOXGALE, JOH. JAKSON, INHOLDS., CAMERARIIS 



Nicholaus Wilson, baker 
Thomas Burton, draper 
Johannes Conyers, inholder 
Johannes Sampson, glover 
Eicardus Eobynson, tanner 
Jerram Crooke, mercator 
Franciscus Bobynson, baker 
Willelmus Spens, glover 
Jacobus Cotes, tallour 
Edmond Kobynson, baker 
Bobertus Lang with, milner 
Johannes Fisher, feltmaker 
Johannes Dikes, brasier 
Eobertus Mydleton, marryner 
Eicardus Eowland, pewtherer 
Thomas Scott, roper 
Eicardus Browen, mercator 
Johannes Mitcheson, fisherman 
Johannes Gill, taillour 
Johannes Swan, haberdasher 
Edwardus Clynt, bocher 



Edwardus Dent, bocher 
Eollandus Fettes, harbour 
Johannes Mydleton, marryner 
Willelmus Jeffersonne, joyner 
Jacobus Euschard, surgion 
Thomas Spens, cordyner 
Thomas Pratt, tail lour 
Michaelus Todd, haberdasher 
Anth. Euschard, lynnonwever 
Anthonius Hunter, feltmaker 
Thomas Hudson, inholder 
Eobertus Bland, milner 
Georgius Metcalf, milner 
Charolus Jakson, tailor 
Willelmus Lynes, breklayer 
Georgius Halliwell, hatmaker 
Eicardus Moyser, cobler 
Georgius. Bucke, bocher 
Brianus Bichardson, cordyner 
Johannes Share, goldsmyth 
Stephanus Fawsett, brasier 



PEE PATRES 

Johannes Williamson, inholder, fil. Edwanfi Williamson, cordyner 
Xpoferus Tesymond, sadler, fil. Willelmi Tesymond, sadler 
Eobertus Plattes, clokmaker, fil. Johannis Plattes, cooke 
Thomas More, carpenter, fil. Eicardi More, baker 
Johannes Kidson, tapitour, fil. Edwardi Kidson, tapitour 
Edwardus Wetherell, bladsmyth, fil. Johannis Wetherell, loksmyth 
Willelmus Carter, milner, fil. Johannis, Carter, milner 
Willelmus Maghame, roper, fil. Ead. Maghame, roper 
Francis Burton, tapitour, fil. Anthonii Burton, vitualler 
Edwardus Giles, joyner, fil. Willelmi Giles, tiler 
Georgius Noble, mercator, fil. Eicardi Noble,, mercer 
Thomas Wright, fishemonger, fil. Eicardi Wright, baker 
Eobertus Allan, mercer, fil. Willelmi Allen, aldermani 
Willelmus Bekwith, feltmaker, fil. Willelmi Bekwith, tallour 
Matthaeus Walton, tiler, fil. Eicardi Walton, goldsmyth 
Willelmus Hodgson, pynner, fil. Thorase Hodgson, bocher 
Willelmus Hudies, glover, fil. Eoberti Hudles, fishemonger 
Willelmus Hewson, pynner, fil. Jerrome Hewson, tallour 
Willelmus Morley, laborer, fil. Stephani Morley, tyler 
Willelmus Parker, cooke, fil. Thornae Parker, tallour 

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THE FREEMEN OF YORK, 1590-1 



Petrus Hodgson, cooke, fil. Robert! Hodgson, cooke 
Jacobus Granger, mercator, fil. Jacob! Granger, mercatoris 
Johannes Thorneton, cordyner, fil. Thomse Tborneton, cordyner 
Xpoferus Smythies, bocher, fil. Georgii Smythies, bocher 
Leonardus Bekwith, goldsmith, fil. Bob. Bekwith, goldsmyth 



33 ELIZ., THO. HARRISON, MAJORE. THO. GRAVES, GEO. ROSE, 
LAUR. WAID, MERCATORIBUS, ROB. BURNET, MERCER, WILL. 
BUTTREE, GROG., JAG. GODSON, TALLOR, CAMERARIIS 



Phillipus Bowsfeld, haberdasher 
Ricardus Wilie, panyerman 
Edw. Thomplynson, cordyner 
Johannes Smyth, blaksmyth 
Johannes Smyth, cordyner 
Petrus Bynkes, joyner 
Ricardus Baynebrige, glover 
Franciscus Agar, tanner 
James Colton, mercator 
Robertus Toller, mercator 
Lane. Woodward, appothecarie 
Thomas Beamont, mercator 
Michelus Hartforth, mercator 
Johannes Lasynbie, marcator 
Hugo Bothe, marcator 
Johannes Bell, marcator 
Thomas Inman, bocher 
Ricardus Forman, bocher 
Rollandus Newsom, baker 
Milo Midleton, tanner 
Willelmus Etherington, tallour 
Xpoferus Wyn, dyer 
Anthonius Wardell, tajaner 
Georgius Wilson, joyner 



Georgius Collier, fremason 
Stephanus Swynbanke, inholder 
Thomas Lister, tallour 
Thomas Wilson, wierdrawer 
Johannes Gristhwate, als. Peres, 

marryner 

Robertus Ladley, marryner 
.Willelmus Toward, carpenter 
Rogerus Thomson, tyler 
Ed. Dodsworth, marcator 
Xpoferus Cowrcher, fremason 
Ricardus Walker, grocer 
Anth. Benson, parchementmaker 
Henricus Spynke, fisliemonger 
Walterus Fumes, inholder 
Seth Joye, tanner 
Robertus Haldsworth, upholster 
Edward Freman, goldsmyth 
Michelus Lacoke, glover 
Johannes Stable, dyer 
Johannes Bowsfeld, pewtherer 
Georgius Allenson, marcator 
Johannes Rowley, inholder 
Johannes Barker, cordyner 



PER PATRES 

Thomas Dent, baker, fil. Xpoferi Dent, pewtherer 
Thomas Wrath, feltmaker, fil. Thomae Wrath, stasioner 
Johannes Wilkynson, milner, fil. Willelmi Wilkynson, milner 
Robertus Paycoke, mercator, fil. Willelmi Paycoke. mercatoris 
Xpoferus Smyth, tanner, fil. Ricardi Smyth, tanner 
Johannes Standeven, vyntener, fil. Johannis Standeven, vyntener 
Milo Midleton, tanner, fil. Robert! Midleton, tanner 
Rollandus Midleton, loksmyth, fil. Robert! Midleton, tanner 
Johannes Watson, musission, fil. Cuthbei;ti Watson, musission 
Robertus Midleton, marchant, fil. Johannis Midleton, mercatoris 
Johannes Adyson, millioner, fil. Johannis Adyson, armorer 
Thomas Warryner, dyer. fil. Johannis Warryner, dver 



THE FREEMEN OF YORK, 1591-2 



35 



Henricus Tyson, porter, fil. Brian! Tyson, curyer 
Franciscus Leache, milloner, fil. Ricardi Leache, surgion 
Willelmus Tyson, curyer, fil. Briani Tyson, curyer 
Johannes Reynoldson, feltmaker, fil. Johannis Reynoldson, tapitour 
Rob. Crosthwate, draper tailor, fil. Jacob! Crosthwate, draper tailor 
Johannes Lonsdale, baker, fil. Leonard! Lonsdale, baker 
Thomas Skarr, tanner, fil. Willelmi Skarr, tanner 
Johannes Hewson, loksmyth, fil. Willelmi Hewson, brasier 
Edward Gilpyn, mercator, fil. Edward! Gilpyn, mercatoris 
Simonus Pokley, fletcher, fil. Johannis Pokley, fletcher 
Valentinus Slater, baker, fil. Bartholomew! Slater, tallour 
Willelmus Cowper, cordyner, fil. Willelmi Cowper, inholder 
Thomas Giles, tallour, fil. Henrici Giles, joyner 
Willelmus Wharton, joyner, fil. Willelmi Wharton, tanner 

34 ELIZ., ROB. ASKWITH, MAJORE. WILL. JENKENSON, MERCAT., 
THO. GOODRIKE, DRAPER, PAT. WASLINGE, TAIL., WILL. 
MASKEWE, VYNT., WILL. WATTER, LEON. BESSON, SADDLER, 
CAMERARIIS 



Gilbertus Wells, brasier 
Willelmus Hunter, baker 
Richardus Walker, pewtherer 
Johannes Benson, founderer 
Nicholaus Sanderson, carpenter 
Johannes Ward, cordyner 
Jacobus Barwike, glover 
Radulphus Bayoke, marcator 
Robertus Fawsett, tallour 
Thomas Langstay, pewtherer 
Willelmus Kinge, marcer 
Jacobus Williamson, porter 
Willelmus Langstragh, glover 
Humf. Richardson, pewtherer 
Willelmus Were, carpenter 
Edwardus Earle, painter 
Robertus Burnet, milner 
Henricus Pudsey, mercator 
Willelmus Eshe, marcator 
Willelmus Andrewe, breklayer 
Johannes Chambers, breklayer 
Johannes Foxgell, tailor 
Ricardus Gibson, cutler 
Marmaducus Wright, carpenter 
Ricardus Wilson, tallour 

PEE PATEES 

Maria Buckbarrow, spynster, fil. Willelmi Buckebarrowe, tapitour 
Fardinandus Parker, cordyner, fil. Thomse Parker, cordyner 



Michselus Plomer, tallour 
Thomas Jewetson, panyerman 
Thomas Coe, inholder 
Johannes Smythson, mercator 
Johannes Walker, tallour 
Will. Russell, parchementmaker 
Georgius Wood, inholder 
Robertus Wate, tallour 
Edwardus Croft, glasier 
Robertus Cowling, bocher 
Edwardus Hind, cordyner 
Jervasius Knipe, marcer 
Robertus Walker, baker 
Willelmus Tewe, tallour 
Ricardus Asheton, mercator 
Johannes Morden, mercator 
Will. Wilkinson, fishemonger 
Radulphus Wood, marcator 
Bartholomseus Stell, marcator 
Xpof. Monkhouse, lynnewever 
Lawrencius Rawden, marcer 
Willelmus Clay, silkewever 
Radulphus Horseman, draper 
Willelmus Bownus, berebrewer 



36 



THE FKEEMEN OF YORK, 1592-3 



Walterus Cowlinge, bocher, fil. Johannis Cowlinge, bocher 

Thomas Fardinge, gonnmaker, fil. Willelmi Fardinge, cordyner 

Ambrosius Tyson, cobler, fil. Robert! Tyson, tylour 

Alexandras (sic) Parker, mercer, fil. Hugonis Parker, mercatoris 

Oswaldus Creswike, mercer, fil. Johannis Creswicke, armorer 

Edwardus Wilson, joyner, fil. Leonard! Wilson, joyner 

Ricardus Frear, laborer, fil. Hugonis Frear, porter 

Ricardus Geldart, blaksmyth, fil. Thomae Geldert, bocher 

Leonardus Walls, dyer, fil. Willelmi Walles, carpenter 

Petrus Nelson, bocher, fil. Petri Nelson, joyner 

Parsivallus Wilson, sawer, fil. Matthsei Wilson, sawer 

Andreas Marshall, fishemonger, fil. Johannis Marshall, fishemonger 

Valentinus Halley, tanner, fil. Henrici Halley, tanner 

Cristoferus Myton, inholder, fil. Johannis Myton, clerici 

Oswaldus Ewbanke, ship carpenter, fil. Johannis Eewbanke, ship 

carpenter 

Tho. Fawsett, plomer et tyncler, fil. Gilb. Fawsett, plom. et tincl. 
Robertus Dent, tallour, fil. Petri Dent, founderer 
Hugo Foster, panyerman, fil. Roberti Foster, panyerman 
Thomas Watson, marcer, fil. Johannis Watson, cor[n]emerchant 
Martinus Awtherson, tapitour, fil. Awstyn Awtherson, tapitour 
Robertus Dawson, coke, fil. Petri Dawson, armorer 
Johannes Brighame, harbour chandler, fil. Willelmi Brigham, 

harbour chandler 

Ricardus Plomer, marryner, fil. Johannis Plomer, draper 
Johannes Butler, milner, fil. Johannis Butler, milner 
Robertus Fardinge, cordyner, fil. Willelmi Fardinge, cordyner 
Jacobus Bell, paynter, fil. Johannis Bell, paynter 
Johannes Tyson, girdler, fil. Roberti Tyson, tyler 
Henricus Dixson, joyner, fil. Roberti Dixson, joyner 
Ricardus Dighton, millner, fil. Roberti Dighton, milner 
Willelmus Gell, breaklayer, fil. Johannis Gell, brekelayer 
Willelmus Smythson, draper, fil. Xpoferi Smythson, draper 
Robertus Mashroder, joyner, fil. Johannis Masheroder, brasier 
Johannes Dixson, baker, fil. Xpoferi Dixson, baker 
Robertus Frenche, grocer, fil. Roberti Frenche, coke 
Johannes Grenop, glover, fil. Willelmi Grenop, senioris, glover 

35 ELTZ., WILL. EOBYNSON, MAJORE, HEN. THOMSON, MEKCAT., 
WILL. MARSHALL, MERCER, JOH. STANDEVEN, VINT., SIM. 
SCABARD, MILLONER, GEO. BUCKE, BOCHER, LEON. ROBYNSON, 
TANN., CAMERARIIS 



Ricardus Lytle, baker 
Xpoferus Newton, spuryer 
Henricus Pattricke, inholder 
Robertus Clerke, marryner 
Franciscus Wildone, mercator 
Thomas Sigeswike, mercator 



Xpoferus Robinson, mercator 
Michaelus Daggett, mercator 
Rogerus Metcalf, curyer 
Willelmus Taillour, ropar 
Will. Ward, harbour surgion 
Radulphus Hutton, panyerman 



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37 



Willelmus Crosley, marcer 
Thomas Bishopp, milner 
Edwardus Lockey, spuryer 
Willelmus Wate, cowper 
Bartholomaeus Cowper, tallour 
Xpoferus Crokey, glover 
Edwardus Hewitson, tyler 
Harbartus Davie, marcer 
Thomas Agar, tanner 
Ricardus Wraye, tanner 
Willelmus Walker, cordyner 



Georgius Popley, ihholder 

Thomas Clerke, roper 

Laurens Bichardsonne, millioner 

Thomas Fall, cordyner 

Willelmus Hey, porter 

Laur. Farnabie de Stillingrave, 

panyerman 

Willelmus Blackeburne, taillour 
Thomas Spencer, feltmaker 
Laur. Collynson, merchante 



PER PATBES 

Jacobus Lasynbie, baker, fil. Johannis Lasynbie, tapitour 
Thomas Wilson, haberdasher, fil. Thorns Wilson, mynstrill 
Thomas Bridkirke, shipcarpenter, fil. Thomae Bridkirke, tapitour 
Leonardus Pereson, milner, fil. Johannis Pereson, milner 
Johannes Ketland, tallour, fil. Boberti Ketland, tanner 
Johannes Pulleyn, vyntener, fil. Henrici Pulleyn, gent. 
Oswaldus Wilkinson, haberdasher, fil. Petri Wilkinson, haberdasher 
Nicholaus Fuister, haberdasher, fil. Willelmi Fuister, mercatoris 
Henricus Ayneley, haberdasher, fil. Bicardi Ayneley, gent. 
Beginaldus Tailor, millioner, fil. Badulphi Taillour, tiler 
Joh. Nicholson als Byley, fisher, fil. Will. Nicholson als Biley, fisher 
Thomas Pereson, blaksmyth, fil. Briani Pereson, blaksmyth 
Bobertus Kiddale, baker, fil. Willelmi Kiddale, baker 
Bobertus Gilmyn, clericus, fil. Willelmi Gilmyn, inholder 
Jacobus Tallour, tanner, fil. Leonardi Tallour, cordyner 
Thomas Grundale, laborer, fil. Edwardi Grundale, tapitour 
Xpoferus Bace, cowper, fil. Henrici Bace, mercatoris 
Thomas Cundale, paynter, fil. Johannis Cundale, marryner 
Xpoferus Palframan, cordyner, fil. Henrici Palframan, cowper 
Willelmus Newbie, cordyner, fil. Willelmi Newbie, cordyner 



36 ELIZ., EOB. BROOKE, MAJORS. WILL. BREEREY, ELIS 
MICKLITHWATE, XPOF. BROOKE, MERCATORIBUS, EDW. 
GOODYER, LYN. DRAP., HEN. SMYTH, INHOLD., MICH. SKARR, 
GLOV., CAMERARIIS 



Johannes Thomlinson, tallour 
Jacobus Coleson, tallour 
Martinus Barghe, cordyner 
Xpoferus Ellison, sadler 
Willelmus Dixon, carpenter 
Johannes Fawsett, blaksmyth 
Johannes Plomer, sadler 
Xpoferus Brathwate, glover 
Bobertus Skawsbie, mercator 



Petrus Buttrie, cordyner 
Willelmus Cowlinge, bocher 
Willelmus Sowden, mercator 
Johannes Bushopp, baker 
Bogerus Sybbett, tallour 
Johannes Staynton, blaksmyth 
Charolus Coleson, tallour 
Will. Thomson, clothworker 
Bicardus Benne, tallour 



38 



THE FREEMEN OF YORK, 1594-5 



Johannes Yoman, cowper 
Thomas Lambe, panyerman 
Joh. Mathue, paynter stayner, 

pickterer 

Johannes Patton, blaksmyth 
Johannes Hatherington, baker 
Badulphus Browen, tapitour 
Eicardus Dawson, bocher 



Eadulphus Thomson, draper 
Johannes Thomlynson, inholder 
Michaelus Milles, inholder 
Edwardus Millington, inholder 
Thomas. Fell, skynner 
Jacobus Bawden, grocer 
Ricardus Haibdeil, mylner 
Georgius Willans, tanner 



PEE PATEES 

Thomas Laurence, pewtherer, fil. Anthonii Laurence, pewtherer 
Nich. Criplinge, haberdasher, fil. Johannis Criplinge, tallour 
Johannes Bell, grocer, fil. Johannis Bell, painter 
Thomas Yowdson, carpenter, fil. Francisci Yowdson, goldsmyth 
Thomas Rogers, baker, fil. Thomae Rogers, baker 
Rob. Flother, feltmaker & haberdasher, fil. Willelmi Flother, painter 
Johannes lie, plomer, fil. Johannis Hie, senioris, plomer, def . 
Petrus Mangie, glover, fil. Nicholai Mangie, marriner 
Johannes Hoggell, vitteller, fil. Thomae Hoggell, marryner 
Jacobus Rakes, feltmaker & haberdasher, fil. Thomse Rakes, marryner 
Willelmus Doccan, tallour, fil. Augustine Dockan, tallour 
Jacobus Stokebrige, laborer, fil. Roberti Stokebrige, cordyner 
Petrus Mydleton, tanner, fil. Thomae Midleton, tanner, def. 
Rogerus Hayton, mercator, fil. Nicholai Hayton, girdler 
Johannes Geldart, curyer, fil. Johannis Geldart, viteller, def. 
Petrus Lamabie, grocer, fil. Peteri (sic) Lamabie, sadler 
Jaine Dale, lynnondraper, fil. Ricardi Dale, tallour, def. 
Franciscus Dale, lyn.drap. filia (sic) Ricardi Dale, tallour, def. 
Martinus Laurens, baker, fil. Anthonii Laurens, pewtherer 
Johannes Dawson, tyler, fil. Caroli Dawson, cordyner 
Thomas Cole, marryner, fil. Georgii Cole, capper 



37 ELIZ., JAC. BIEKBIE, MAJORS. JOH. JAQUE, RIG. HAWKESHIRST, 
ROB. MARSHALL, MERCATORIBUS, EDW. CROFT, MERC., XPOF. 
BUTTON, GROCER, PERSIVAL. METCALF, TALLOUR, CAMERARIIS 



Robertus Spender, inholder 
Georgius Peckett, carpenter 
Andreas Wilkinson, panyerman 
Samuell Wrekes, taillour 
Willelmus Foster, drover 
Ricardus Betson, marcer 
Charolus Ward, cordyner 
Johannes Gale, marcator 
Robertus Beane, haberdasher 
Willelmus Fawsett, haberdasher 
Willelmus Crake, tiler 
Thomas Harvey, imbroderer 



Ricardus Best, lynnonwever 
Anthonius Clythero, grocer 
Willelmus Frost, goldsmyth 
Dixon Darneton, mercator 
Johannes Cowper, blaksmyth 
Thomas Vawse, blaksmyth 
Thomas Bell, tanner 
Thomas Walker, mercer 
Willelmus Pynnchon, tanner 
Michaeles Loweike, mercator 
Johannes Warter, inholder 
Johannes Bucbarro, giasyer 



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39 



Eicardus Hall, tallour 
Yorke Horner, mercator 
Nicholaus Ewbanke, armorer 
Johannes Scurr, grocer 
Brianus Biggyn, iiiholder 
Willelmus Vawcke, carpenter 
Thomas Smyth, mercator 
Willelmus Fawdington, draper 
Thomas Fawconer, draper 
Jacobus Metcalf, feltmaker 
Brianus Walker, baker 



Thomas Belfeild, loksmyth 
Leonardus Becke, cordyner 
Petrus Spynk, mercator 
Sethe Lasynbie, tanner 
Willelmus Rokeclif, feltmaker 
Edwardus Lee, tallochandler 
Georgius Thomson, joyner 
Willelmus Scott, tallochandler 
Michaeles Bell, marcator 
Johannes Poure, mercer 
Marmaducus Heslington, glover 



PER PATRES 

Robertus Willison, haberdasher, fil. Roberti Willison, porter 
Laurencius Pereson, milner, fil. Johannis Pereson, milner 
Johannes Johnson, glasyer, fil. Johannis Johnson, baker 
Jacobus Slater, marryner, fil. Thomae Slater, inholder 
Petrus Cotame, pynner, fil. Briani Cotam, inholder 
Thomas Clythero, draper, fil. Johannis Clythero, bocher 
Johannes Harrison, mynstrill, fil. Ricardi Harrison, mynstrill 
Radulphus Benson, cordyner, fil. Willelmi Benson, glasier 
Xpoferus Cowlinge, bocher, fil. Johannis Cowling, bocher 
Franciscus Grame, baker, fil. Johannis Grame, baker 
Xpoferus Harrington, goldsmyth, fil. Anth. Harrington, tallo ir 
Robertus Arkendale, baker, fil. Johannis Arkendale, baker 
Thomas Butler, joyner, fil. Johannis Butler, milner 
Edwardus Harbart, blaksmyth, fil. Xpoferi Harbert, blaksmyth 
Thomas Pennoke, mercer, fil. Jacobi Pennoke, cowper 
Willelmus Robinson, junior, mercator, fil. Willelmi Robinson, alder. 
Tho. Nutkyn, parchementemaker, fil. Rad. Nutkyn, parchment maker 
Johannes Slater, blaksmyth, fil. Thomae Slater, baker 
Willelmus Leache, sadler, fil. Johannis Leache, barbour surgion 
Jacobus Calome, taillour, fil. Mathaei Calome, draper 
Anth. Wilkinson, cordyner, fil. Georgii Wilkinson, tanner 
Thomas Waikefeld, inholder, fil. Ricardi Wakefeld, inholder 
Willelmus Banester, cordyner, fil. Willelmi Banester, cobler 
Johannes Cowper, haberdasher, fil. Rob. Cowper, parchmentmaker 
Jacobus Plomer, brekelayer, fil. Thomae Plomer, laborer 
Thomas Wilson, baker, fil. Ricardi Wilson, baker 
Georgius Nicholson, inholder, fil. Egidii Nicholson, glover 
Johannes Hutton, appothecarrie, fil. Ricardi Hutton, appothecarie 

38 ELIZ., CHRIS. BECKWITH, MAJORE. JOH. BROGHTON, WILL. 
WOLLER, MERCATORIBUS, THO. MARSHALL, MERC., RIG. GRAY, 
WILL. WATSON, BOCHERS, ANTH. GELBART, ARMORER, GAMER- 
ARIIS 



Michaelus Cotes, haberdasher 
Anthonius Hildrith, cordyner 



Cuth. Thompson, mussission 
Ricardus Swanne, cutler 



40 



THE FEEEMEN OF YORK, 1596 



Ric. Lowson als Jackson, milner 
Job. Harper, tallour, de novo 
Georgius Robinson, tailor 
Edwardus Elden, fishemonger 
Robertus Syddale, mercer 
Edwardus Maugie, loksmyth 
Edwardus Cbapman, inholder 
Xpoferus Detron, lynwever 
Petrus Servant, mercator 
Robertus Corles, mercator 
Lucus Watson, mercator 
Xpoferus Kid, sadler 
Ricardus Hamond, glover 
Job. Fawconbridge, baberdasher 
JVlilo Frankland, tallour 
Hugo Hustler, taillor 
Milo Spence, cordyner 
Thomas Pott, lynwever 
Ricardus Grenebury, lynwever 
Robertus Barton, baker 
Edwardus Benson, potter 
Jobannes Favell, joyner 



Jacobus Calvart, baker 
Willelmus Yonge, curyer 
Franciscus Walton, curyer 
Jobannes Raper, tallour 
Symon Browen, feltmaker 
Ricardus Paull, feltmaker 
Marmaducus Ingram, tapitour 
Xpoferus Dent, cordyner 
Georgius Hunter, joyner 
Petrus Watson, panyerman 
Stephanus Yoman, cordyner 
Georgius Davie, mercator 
Robertus Pacoke, mussission 
Anthoniue Ibbison, joyner 
Bartb. Brasington, feltmaker 
Willelmus Jilburne, curyer 
Vyncentius Bovell, tallour 
Thomas Hadlesey, tanner 
Anthonius Dynis, marcer 
Abramus Fawber, tallochandler 
Ricardus Marchall, drover 



PER PATEES 

Robertus Pixon, haberdasher, fil. Roberti Dixon, joyner 
Johannes Wilkinson, tanner, fil. Henrici Wilkinson, tanner 
Edwardi Calvard, haberdasher, fil. Galfridi Calverd, founderer 
Henricus Richardson, glover, fil. Henrici Richardson, cordyner 
Edwardus Mason, sadler, fil. Ricardi Mason, sadler 
Leonardus Brooke, marcator, fil. Parsivalli Brooke, mercatoris 
Xpoferus Parker, cordyner, fil. Thomse Parker, cordyner 
Reginaldus Noble, draper, fil. Ricardi Noble, marcer 
Job. Frankerewe, imbroderer, fil. Roberti Frankrewe, pothycarrie 
Ricardus Bebie, cobler, fil, Johannis Bebie, shereman 
Willelmus Yate, gardyner, fil. Johannis Yate, laborer 
Ricardus Spynke, tapitour, fil. Rogeri Spynke, tapitour 
Franciscus Tyrrie, blakesmyth, fil. Oliveri Tirrie, blaksmyth 
Petrus Slater, draper, fil. Thomae Slater, inholder 
Johannes Hutchenson, baker, fil, Roberti Hutchenson, tanner 
Johannes Haveloke, cordyner, fil. Nicholai Haveloke, sadler 
Thomas Grene, blaksmyth, fil. Roberti Grene, potter & porter 
Robertus Claton, marcator, fil. Wiljelmi Claton, draper 
Jacobus Wright, baker, fil. Henrici Wright, brasier 
Thomas Hallalie, carpenter, fil. Leonardi Hallalie, tallour 
Willelmus Swynbanke, mercator, fil. Rogeri Swynbanke, tallour 



THE FREEMEN OF YORK, 1597 



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39 ELIZ., EDW. FAWCETT, MAJORS. EDM. DODSWORTH, WILL. 
SHAWE, HIGH. HARTFORTH, MERCATORIBUS, THO. GRENE, 
GENT., WILL. SMYTHSON, DRAP., MICH. TODD, HABERDASHER, 
CAMERARIIS 



Thomas Cobb, taillour 
Willelmus Mallett, draper 
Jacobus Cowton, glover 
Thomas Brockton, cordyner 
Robertus Watter, feltmaker 
Petrus Lonsdale, tallour 
Franciscus Browen, panyerman 
Robertus Lambton, draper 
Thomas Burrie, bocher 
Robertus Midleton, bocher 
Johannes Chapman, inholder 
Thomas Barrett, surgion 
Cristoferus Sletholme, tallour 
Mathaeus Topham, mercator 
Robertus Bell, armorer 
Cristoferus Philliskirke, joyner 
Mathaeus Pratt, grocer 
Thomas Marshall, joyner 
Robertus Cowper, mercer 
Jacobus Spence, mercator 
Nicholaus Atkinson, tallour 



Willelmus Morton, junior, mercer 
Thomas Harrison, panyerman 
Franciscus Tempest, goldsmyth 
Thomas Barwike, glover 
Johannes Meburne, inholder 
Reginaldus Haikerigg, cordyner 
Thomas Harland, inholder 
Jacobus Whitey, tanner 
Willelmus Tallour, sledman 
Willelmus Wilson, lokesmyth 
Will. Bynnes, junior, sledman 
Yv illelmus Clerke, cordyner 
Henricus Fell, cooke 
Milo Fawcett, tanner 
Henricus Bussie, inholder 
Johannes Burton, feltmaker 
Willelmus Robinson, inholder 
Willelmus Padmore, surgion 
Henricus Falshawe, joyner 
Xpof. Stanas, parchementmaker 



PER PATEES 

Johannes Browen, cordyner, fil. Johannis Browen, tanner 
Franciscus Jopson, milloner, fil. Francisci Jopson, milioner 
Robertus Williamson, goldsmyth, fil. Galfridi Williamson, draper 
Edwardus Wilkinson, skynner, fil. Edwardi Wilkinson, tallour 
Georgius Newit, fishemonger, fil. Willelmi Newit, fishemonger 
Ricardus Womersley, marriner, fil. Ricardi Womersley, latryver 
Johannes Brogden, inholder, fil. Willelmi Brogden, draper 
Thomas Ledale, barbor surgion, fil. Roberti Ledale, millioner 
Edwardus Fisher, bocher, fil. Willelmi Fisher, bocher 
Johannes Calvart, bocher, fil. Jacobi Calvart, pennyman (sic) 
Edwardus Midleton, milner, fil. Willelmi Midleton, porter 
Robertus Tyson, coke, fil. Roberti Tyson, tiler 
Jacobus Awtherson, basketmaker, fil. Joh. Awtherson, basketmaker 
Xpoferus Birkbie, marcator, fil. Petri Birkbie, marcatoris 
Georgius Hartley, cordyner, fil. Charoli Hartley, cordyner 
Thomas Rychardson, mercator, fil. Radulphi Richardson, alder. 
Xpoferus Preston, feltmaker, fil. Abrahami Preston, tallour 
Johannes Jakson, feltmaker, fil. Johannis Jakson, tanner 
Geo. Mashroder, instromentmaker, fil. Johannis Mashroder, brasier 
Johannes Wharton, haberdasher, fil. Briani Wharton, tanner 



42 



THE FEEEMEN OF YOEK, 1597-8 



Georgius Parker, barbour surgion, fil. Thomse Parker, cordyner 
Robertus Harrison, cordyner, fil. Robert! Harrison, bocher 
Xpoferus Busfeld, appothecarrie, fil. Martini Busfeld, founderer 
Ricardus Wowar, carpenter, fil. Johannis Wowar, tiler 
Johannes Gamyll, glover, fil. Johannis Gamyll, dyer 
Robertus Cowpland, tallour, fil. Lancelot! Cowpland, baker 
Jacobus Bedome, skynner, fil. Johannis Bedome, skynner 
Henricus Smythe, baker, fil. Gregorii Smyth, baker 
Will. Smalcher, fishemonger, fil. Willelmi Smalcher, fishemonger 
Henricus Britten, inholder, fil. Robert! Britton, skynner 
Xpianis Gilniyn, singlewoman, fil. Willelmi Gilmyn, vyntener 

40 ELIZ., CEIS. CONCETT, MAJOEE. EOB. MIDLETON, THO. 
BEAMONT, MEECATOEIBUS, WILL. MOETON, MEEC., THO. 
PEIGHINGE, GEOC., WILL. WATSON, FISHMONGEE, CAMEE- 
AEIIS 



Marmaducus Whithaus, tallour 
Brianus Preston, milner 
Mathue Wildman, tallour 
Robertus Wilkinson, mercator 
Johannes Gascoigne, cowper 
Thomas W T alton, cordyner 
Johannes Fawcett, tanner 
Johannes Moyses, sawer 
Rogerus Spawton, bocher 
Johannes Harrison, cordyner 
Willelmus Cotes, tallour 
Martinus Burbancke, panyerman 
Willelmus Lund, marryner 
Thomas Haneson, marryner 
Franciscus Beckwith, mercator 
Nathaniell Bucke, grocer 
Ricardus Walker, grocer 
Robertus Pannett, draper 
Johannes Johnson, marcator 
Rogerus Landes, pewtherer 
Will. Hutchenson, marryner 
Franciscus Dodsworth, bocher 
Edwardus Normanvell, bocher 
Will. Whitlinge, berebrewer 
Willelmus Thompson, curyer 
Josephus Nelson, pynner 
Xpoferus Danbie, gent. 
Ellen Dent, spynster 



Allexander Sherelocke, draper 
Thomas Slee, joyner 
Willelmus Mosey, sawer 
Georgius Marshall, mercator 
Simon Marty n, marcator 
Rollandus Gledson, breklayer 
Johannes Knagges, taillour 
Ricardus Smyth, haberdasher 
Georgius Fulbarne, marcator 
Hen. Thistlethwate, mercator 
Laurencius Pickard, vyntener 
Mathasus Allott, mercator 
Ricardus Gott, haberdasher 
Willelmus Todd, appothecarrie 
Hugo Hicke, curyer 
Thomas Browen, cordyner 
Georgius Penros, cordyner 
Willelmus Deane, harbour 
Jac. Staveley, parchementmaker 
Johannes Tesheton, blaksmyth 
Thomas Davison, tapitor 
Thomas Robinson, tallour 
Leonardus Webster, sadler 
Johannes Boswell, porter 
Georgius Wilson, carpenter 
Thomas Lovell, porter 
Gabriell Thwaites, marcator 



PEE PATBBS 

Johannes Brooke, mercator, fil. Roberti Broke, alderman, def. 
Michselus Tubley, marcator, fil. Stephani Tubley, M.D. 



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Johannes E slake, berebrewar, fil. Thomas E slake, taillour 

Kobertus Stokdale, tallour, fil. Willelmi Stokdale, armorer 

Leonardus Bickerton, tallour, fil. Willelmi Bikerton, brekemaker 

Henricus Fawkes, grocer, fil. Reginaldi Fawkes, gent. 

Thomas Morton, pynner, fil. Roberti Morton, pynner 

Mansfeild Ray, armorer, fil. Ricardi Raye, armorer 

Robertus Smyth, taillour, fil. Johannis Smyth, gent. 

Willelmus Pallester, pynner, fil. Xpoferi Pallester, pynner 

Johannes Lambe, imbroderer, fil. Thomaa Lambe, paynter 

Jacobus Morton, girdler, fil. Thomae Morton, girdler 

Xpoferus Kitchingman, carpenter, fil. Jac. Kitchingman, carpenter 

Leonardus Hall, pewtherer, fil. Leonardi Hall, mercatoris 

Georgius Askwith, draper, fil. Roberti Askwith, alderman, def. 

Thomas Smythies, appothecarrie, fil. Johannis Smythies, marcatoris 

Lambartus Beck with, mercator, fil. Xpof. Beckwith, alderman, def. 

Willelmus Lenge, glover, fil. Johannis Lenge, cutler, def. 

Fran. Brighame, barb. surg. & waxchand., fil. Thomae Brighame, 

barb. surg. 
Robertus Hutchenson, feltmaker & haberdasher, fil. Roberti Hutchin- 

son, inholder 

Willelmus Spynke, haberdasher, fil. Rogeri Spynke, tapitour 
Johannes Plomer, draper, fil. Johannis Plomer, draper, def. 
Petrus Shereburne, inholder, fil. Roberti Shereburne, inholder 
Thomas Hall, spuryer, fil. Willelmi Hall, spuryer 
Willelmus Bussie, cooke, fil. Johannis Bussie, joyner 
Robertus Vause, tapitour, fil. Cuthberti Vause, tapitour 
Robertus Thompson, tapitour, fil. Roberti Thompson, glasier 
Bartholomaeus Browen, tallour, fil. Thomae Browen, tanner 
Johannes Sparagon, milloner, fil. Thomaa Sparagon, sadler 
Thomas Bowes, skynner, fil. Thomae Bowes, inholder 
Vincentius Busfeild, draper, fil. Martini Busfeld, founderer 
Rollandus Busfeild, cordyner, fil. Martini Busfeld, founderer 



41 ELIZ., HEN. HALL, MAJORS. JOH. MORDEN, ROB. TOLLER, 
MERCATORIBUS, JOH. WARTER, INHOLDER, JAC. ALLANBIE, 
BAR., RIG. GELBART, BOCHER, ROB. HALDSWORTH, UP- 
HOLDSTER, CAMERARIIS 



Edwardus Awkericke, armorer 
Willelmus Walker, taillour 
Rogerus Butterfeild, tanner 
Arthurus Lemynge, dyer 
Robertus Chapman, panyerman 
Robertus Midleton, marryner 
Henricus Jepson, blaksmyth 
Thomas Lathome, taillour 
Lancelotus Barnes, taillour 
Thomas Longe, mercator 
Willelmus Raper, taillour 



Adamus (sic) Hewson, mercator 
Edmondus Aspenall, mercator 
Johannes Rawstorne, marca.tor 
Arthurus Waid, marcator 
Mathaeus Ludge, painter 
Edwardus Buckle, glover 
Thomas Wilson, tallour 
Xpoferus Nicholson, tallour 
Ricardus Lister, painter 
Willelmus Burrowe, berebrewer 
Arthurus Wilson, sadler 



44 



THE FREEMEN OF YORK, 1599 



Willelinus Speed, haberdasher 
Thomas Carleton, feltmaker 
Georgius Mefccalf, pewtherer 
Johannes Coffyn, cordyner 
Johannes Stoddart, clerk, sub 

condicione prout patet in libro 

camerariorum 

Robertus Watson, fishemonger 
Joh. Howseman, haberdasher 
Robertus Rookbie, mercator 
Thomas Hodgson, marcer 
Johannes Whitfeild, marcator 
Brianus Grenesydes, lynwever 
Anthonius Aplebie, lynwever 
Jacobus Slinger, mercator 
Radulphus Gibson, tallour 
Radulphus Clerke, cordyner 
Ricardus Marshall, haberdasher 
Willelmus Carrak, inholder 
Willelmus Ingle, mercator 



Johannes Waid, tanner 
Robertus Awmond, tanner 
Thomas Drynkell, baker 
Thomas Lymbard, parchement- 

maker 
Brianus Ellison, parchement- 

maker 

Fras. Tallour, appothecarrie 
Anthonius Knight, cordyner 
Xpoferus Dicconson, marcator 
Franciscus Blakburne, cordyner 
Thomas Scott, barber surgeon et 

waxchandler 

Johannes Harrison, breklayer 
Xpoferus Lynis, tallour 
Mathasus Brokhall, cordyner 
Ricardus Wells, tanner 
Edwardus Everald, cordyner 
Robertus Dale, bocher 



PEE PATEES 

Edwardus Gamyll, dyer, fil. Johannis Gamyle, dyer 
Thomas Donnynge, taillour, fil. Georgii Donyng, draper 
Michelus Lenge, breklayer, fil. Willelmi Leng, breklayer 
Xpoferus Cooke, inholder, fil. Roberti Cooke, inholder 
Johannes Jakson, marcator, fil. Johannis Jakson, marcatoris 
Xpoferus Harbert, cordyner, fil. Xpoferi Harbert, blaksmyth 
Arthurus Brooke, marcator, fil. Roberti Brooke, aldermani 
Georgius Harrison, grocer, fil. Johannis Harrison, baker 
Willelmus Hewson, cowper, fil. Thomas Hewson, marcatoris 
Franciscus Lister, tallour, pledges Thomas Lister, taillour 
Edwardus Colton, tallour, fil. Willelmi Colton, goldsmyth 
Willelmus Allanbie, tallour, fil. Jacobi Allanbie, baker 
Xpoferus Applebie, taillour, fil. Roberti Aplebie, fletcher 
Anthonius Wetherell, millioner, fil. Georgii Wetherell, draper 
Willelmus Teshe, glover, fil. Johannis Teshe, glover 
Ricardus Foxgale, sadler, fil. Ricardi Foxgale, sadler 
Robertus Gamyle, tanner, fil. Johannis Gamyle, dyer 
Robertus Pereson, glover, fil. Johannis Pereson, glover 
Willelmus Thompson, tiler, fil. Willelmi Thompson, tiler 
Radulphus Brathwate, founderer, fil. Matth. Brathwate, founderer 
Xpoferus Giles, cowper, fil. Willelmi Giles, tiler 
Anthonius Bowes, joyner, fil. Georgii Bowes, baker 
Johannes Fresley, carpenter, fil. Willelmi Fresley, carpenter 
Laurentius Williamson, carpenter, fil. Lancelot! Williamson, baker 
Willelmus Laurens, tanner, fil. Anthonii Laurens, pewtherer 
Robertus Belt, mercator, fil. Leonardi Belt, gent. 



THE FREEMEN OF YORK, 1599-1600 



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Laurens Gunbie, marryner, fil. Laurentii Gunbie, marryner 
Ricardus Calvard, grocer, fil. Willelmi Calvard, founderer 
Martynus Jakson, tallour, fil. Robert! Jakson, cordyner 
Thomas Wright, baker, fil. Willelmi Wright, baker 
Xpoferus Wilson, milner, fil. Johannis Wilson, laborer 
Thomas Grene, baker, fil. Eoberti Grene, potter 



42 ELIZ., ROB. PAYCOKE, MAJORE. WILL. ROBINSON, MERCAT., 
GEO. ASKWITH, DRAP., JOH. SMYTHSON, MERCAT., ROB. 
FRENCH, APOTHEC., JAC. HUTCHENSON, INHOLD., THO. AGARR, 
TANN., CAMERARIIS 



Robertas Hesle, cordyner 
Rogerus Metcalf, haberdasher 
Ricardus East, costerdmonger 
Thomas Bosse, taillour 
Willelmus Houseman, tallour 
Xpoferus Wilson, mercator 
Willelmus Penrose, silkewever 
Jeffra Dent, feltmaker 
Franciscus Wharton, merchant 
Thomas Key, marcator 
Johannes Mosley, marcator 
Walterus Swale, mercator 
Henricus Jelburne, girdler 
Johannes Benton, cordyner 
Willelmus Ridesdell, cordyner 
Franciscus Wright, bocher 
Ricardus Frankland, draper 
Georgius Edome, tallour 
Johannes Pannell, bocher 
Radulphus Cowper, bocher 
Hugo Jackson, bocher 
Ricardus Bradley, mussission 



Willelmus Watson, joyner 
Johannes Wylie, lynwever 
Johannes Pallester, tallour 
Barnardus Danyell, feltmaker 
Xpoferus Harland, breldayer 
Mathue Sampson, glover 
Xpoferus Smethman, tallour 
Johannes Denton, inholder 
Petrus Horner, mercer 
Awsten Horseman, mercator 
Rogerus Lee, mercator 
Ricardus Waynedright, dier 
Willelmus Newton, tanner 
Thomas Hodgson, painter 
Hugo Hind, cordyner 
Thomas Marshall, mercer 
Xpoferus Metcalf, sadler 
Johannes Bennett, legum doctor 
Edwardus Otley, armorer 
Thomas Bell, inholder 
Willelmus Frank, merchant 
Thomas Sketchley, baker 



PEK PATEES 

Henricus Hill, cowper, fil. Henrici Hill, tallour 

Edwardus Jackson, haberdasher, fil. Johannis Jakson, girdler 

Georgius Pereson, goldsmyth, fil. Willelmi Pereson, goidsmyth 

Johannes Kiddale, baker, fil. Willelmi Kiddale, baker 

Matthaeus Hardie, baker, fil. Radulphi Hardie, baker 

Robertus Shereburne, haberdasher, fil. Roberti Shereburne, inholder 

Thomas Saughell, joyner, fil. Lancelot! Saughell, carpenter 

Andreas Grene, cordyner, fil. Laurencii Grene, generosi 

Susan Brovence, spynster, fil. Esdras Browens, areseworker 

Johannes Wate, tallour, fil. Willelmi Wate, baker 

Michael Metcalf, marcator, fil. Johannis Metcalf, senioris, mercatoria 

Johannes Toppyn, bocher, fil. Georgii Toppyn, bocher 



46 



THE FEEEMEN OF YORK, 1600-1 



Georgius Teshe, glover, fil. Johannis Teshe, glover 

Jacobus Robinson, junior, dier, fil. Jacobi Robinson, senioris, dier 

Xpoferus Askwith, draper, fil. Thomae Askwith, draper 

Henricus Brooke, mercator, fil. Roberti Brooke, alderman 

Mathaeus Halley, tanner, fil. Johannis Halley, tanner 

Georgius Tison, curyer, fil. Briani Tyson, curyer 

Willelmus Maxwell, junior, joyner, fil. Briani Maxwell, joyner 

Willelmus Wardell, tallour, fil. Briani Wardell, tallour 

Nicholaus Hall, joyner, fil. Johannis Hall, tapitour 

Jacobus Frost, cordyner, fil. Jacobi Frost, clerk 

Thomas Preston, sadler, fil. Henrici Preston, sadler 

Guido Frankland, lokesmyth, fil. Willelmi Frankland, loksmyth 

Willelmus Browen, glover, fil. Ricardi Browen, glover 

Willelmus Smyth, tallour, fil. Wilfridi Smyth, cowper 

Johannes Leng, cordyner, fil. Johannis Leng, cutler 

Hugo Brathwate, tallour, fil. Georgii Brathwate, tallour 

Johannes Hutchenson, sadler, fil. Jacobi Hutchenson, inholder 

Hen. Stayneburne, blaksmyth, fil. Willelmi Staineburne, blaksmyth 

Johannes Dawson, cowper, fil. Edwardi Dawson, porter 

Hugo Wanop, glover, fil. Roberti Wanop, glover 

Laurencius Thorp, tallour, fil. Radulphi Thorp, carpenter 

Thomas Walker, cobler, fil. Georgii Walker, cobler 

43 ELIZ., THO. MOSELEY, MAJOEE. JOH. RAWSTOKNE, MERCAT., 
ROB. ALLAN, MERC., EDW. CALVARD, HABERDASHER, JOH. 
PULLEN, VINT., JOH. LUMB, INHOLD., JOH. RAWDEN, MILNER, 
CAMERARIIS 



Robert Kilburne, carpenter 
William Tanfeild, fishmonger 
William Thickepenny, taillour 
Robert Millerson, feltmaker 
Robert Whitfeild, vintener 
Roger Hornesey, goldsmyth 
Richard Smith, merchante 
Leonard Foster, taillor 
Xpofer Lacocke, cordiner 
John Cape, cordiner 
Robert Naler, mercer 
Walter Key, tallour 
Richard Holdsworth, milner 
Brian Bushopp, milner 
John Baxter, fishmonger 
John Rogers, inholder 
Symond Boyer, gentleman 



Will. Winterburne, fishmonger 
Richard Dobson, inholder 
Henry Fall, tallour 
Robert Ellis, harbor 
Mathue Kidson, merchante 
James Watson, grocer 
John Newson, barbor 
Lauren s Archer, taillour 
Ralfe Gill, spuryer 
William Connysbie, baker 
Robert Hudson, baker 
William Fawdinge, tallour 
William Casson, haberdasher 
Godfrid Handley, tanner 
James Savage, milner 
Nicholas Birkhead, fishmonger 
Ralf Pickeringe, merchante 



PEK PATEES 

Robertus Hamond, cobler, fil. Roberti Hamond, cobler, def. 
Thomas Nelson, spuryer, fil. Petri Nelson, carpenter 



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Abraham Taillour, fishmonger, fil. Francisci Tallour, pinner 
Franciscus Harrison, cordiner, fil. Thomae Harrison, tallour 
Thomas Gibson, draper, fil. Thomae Gibson, tallour, def. 
Henricus Willmson, mercer, fil. Willelmi Willmson, baker 
Radulphus Race, tallour, fil. Henrici Race, mercatoris 
Matthaeus Allan, lockesmith, fil. Henrici Allen, vitteller 
Johannes Brownies, jr. haberdasher, fil. Georgii Browneles, tallour 
Johannes Arkendale, screvyner, fil. Martini Arkendale, breakleyer 
Willelmus Catton, bocher, fil. Henrici Catton, cooke 
Georgius Smith, tallour, fil. Johannis Smyth, carpenter 
Hugh Mettame, imbroderer, fil. Willelmi Mettame, brasier 
Georgius Nother, parchmentmaker, fil. Thomae Nother, tanner 
Laurencius Thompson, girdler, fil. Thomae Thompson, girdler 
Michael Robinson, founderer, fil. Johannis Robinson, founderer 
Laurencius Walkington, cordiner, fil. Georgii Walkington, tanner 
Johannes Colton, pinner, fil. Willelmi Colton, goldesmithe 
Eliz. Thomlinson, spinster, fil. Tho. Thomlinson, parchementmaker 
Willelmus Toppyn, mercer, fil. Georgii Toppin, bocher 
Robertus Gillott, imbroderer, fil. Georgii Gillot, imbroderer 
Johannes Clerke, baker, fil. Ricardi Clerke, baker 
Richard Coltman, cutler, fil. Thomae Coltman, cutler 
Jacobus Brooke, mercator, fil. Persivalli Brooke, mercatoris 
Willelmus Milburne, lynnwever, fil. Johannis Milburne, lynwever 
Johannes Lund, junior, marryner, fil. Johannis Lund, senioris, tiler 
Thomas Lumley, inholder, fil. Xpoferi Lumley, taillour 
Johannes Darke, glover, fil. Persivalli Darke, blacksmith 
Robertus Cundall, cooke, fil. Johannis Cundall, marriner 
Jacobus Cowper, haberdasher, fil. Roberti Cowper, parchmentmaker 
Jacobus Sympson, taillour, fil. Petri Sympson, cordiner, def. 
Franciscus Tesimond, cordiner, fil. Anthonii Tesimond, cordiner 
Johannes Smith, dier, fil. Johannis Smith, tapitour 
Wilelmus Gray, grocer, fil. Johannis Gray, tapitour 



44-5 ELIZ. ET 1 JAC. I, EOL. WATTEE, M1LITE, MAJOEE. SIM. 
MAETIN, JOH. WHITFEILD, MEBCATOEIBUS, WALT. KEY, 
TALLOUE, WILL. FELL, BAK., EDW. BUGLE, GLOV., THO. 
AGEE, TANN., CAMEEAEIIS 



Thomas Done, inholder 
James Thackerey, wollenwever 
Johannes Hudson, shereman 
Will. Tallentyne, blacksmith 
Will. Richardson, pannierman 
Willelmus Waller, maltster 
Mathaeus Whittell, tallour 
Henricus Sawer, tallour 
Georgius Chapman, haberdasher 
Robertus Shymyn, panyerman 
Johannes Smith, breaklayer 



Hugo Conisbie, tanner 
Robertus Bolton, cowper 
Johannes Clarke, glover 
Willelmus Kelsey, tallour 
Willelmus Wood, inholder 
Hugo Kinge, tallour 
William Borrenscale, bladsmyth 
Francis Harrison, glover 
Geo. Noleson, yonger, parchment- 
maker 
Jacobus Garbutt, haberdasher 



48 



THE FREEMEN OF YORK, 1602 



Henricus Crowder, vyntener 
Willelmus Wetherell, inholder 
Thomas Cawton, feltmaker 
Thomas Lawson, tallochandler 
Henricus Sandall, tallochandler 
Willelmus Thompson, marriner 
Willelmus Prudum, haberdasher 
Eichard Harland, cordiner 
Thomas Huntridge, pannierman 
Johannes Wilson, carpenter 
Willelmus Fletcher, tallour 
Thomas Dobson, bocher 
Kad. Possett, lynnonweaver 
Anthonius Potter, panyerman 
Johannes Kellett, glover 



Thomas Rawson, tallour 
Thomas Gray, glasier 
Badulphus Colyer, glover 
Willelmus Ellithorne, tailour 
Thomas Camm, lynwever 
Will. Winterburne, merchant 
Johannes Bartley, inholder 
Johannes Wray, tanner 
Johannes Watson, joyner 
Ricardus Thomlinson, joyner 
Willelmus Cave, sawer 
Joh. Normanvell, draper tallour 
Will. Waller, yonger, maltster 
Ricardus Booth, marcator 



PEE PATKES 

Edwardus Seeker, fil. Ricardi Seeker, cordiner, def. 

Xpoferus Smith, silkewever, fil. Johannis Smith, gentleman 

Johannes Best, fishmonger, fil. Willelmi Best, fishmonger 

Georgius Lambe, imbroderer, fil. Thomse Lambe, painter 

Tho. Ledale, pynner & wyerdrawer, fil. Thomse Ledale, tanner, def. 

Georgius Weddell, inholder, fil. Johannis Weddell, senioris, bocher 

Xpoferus Ryder, bocher, fil. Anthonii Rider, bocher 

Xpoferus Geldert, lokesmith, fil. Thomas Geldart, bocher, def. 

Radulphus Bayne, tallour, fil. Nicholai Bayne, tallour, def. 

Thomas Winter, cordiner, fil. Ricardi Winter, inholder 

Edwardus Wynter, myllioner, fil. Ricardi Winter, inholder 

Richardus Byggyn, glasier, fil. Ricardi Byggyn, glasier 

Anth. Pulley, barb. surg. & waxchan., fil. Anth. Pulley, gent., def. 

Xpoferus Jackson, hatmaker, fil. Johannis Jackson, tanner 

Petrus Newbie, cordiner, fil. Ricardi Newby, senioris 

Henricus Lenge, glover, fil. Willelmi Leng, breaklaer 

Thomas Cooke, generosus, fil. Henrici Cooke, generosi 

Johannes Allanby, baker, fil. Jacobi Allanby, baker 

Thomas Cotes, sadler, fil. Michaelis Cotes, sadler 

Trinian Myers, bocher, fil. Henrici Myers, tanner, def. 

Johannes Rookes, glover, fil. Georgii Rookes, tallour 

Oswold Smith, feltmaker, fil. Willelmi Smith, tallour 

Petrus Smith, fustian weaver, fil. Edmundi Smith, carpenter 

Willelmus Gregge, fustian weaver, fil. Willelmi Gregge, founderer 

Robertus Saudheild, joyner, fil. Thomge Saudheild, carpenter 



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49 



JAC. I, THO. HARBART, MAJORE. JOH. BROOKE, HEN. 
ATKINSON, XPOJF. DICANSON, MERCATORIBUS, HEN. FAWKES, 
GROG., THO. COOKE, PET. MIDLETON, TANN., ROB. SMITH, 
BLACKSMITH, LEON. WILLMSON, PARGHMENTMAKER, GAMER- 
ARIIS 



Thomas Crosbie, tapitour 
Ricardus Wells, pewtherer 
Ricardus Thompson, cordyner 
Charolus Clerke, goldsmyth 
Marcus Cowper, mussission 
Robertas Stokedale, harbour 
Willelmus Gower, marcer 
Reynold Fawconbridge 



Marmaducus Flynton, bower 
Will. Wharton, tallochandler 
Johannes Lodge, grocer 
Lodivicus Johns, bower 
Thomas Bovell, sawer 
Thomas Rogers 
Thomas Potts 



PER PATBES 

Willelmus Scott, marcator, fil. Willelmi Scott, marcatoris 
Johannes Marshall, glover, fil. Guidonis Marshall, glover 
Johannes Spence, bocher, fil. Rogeri Spence, bocher 
Petrus Peareson, goldsmyth, fil. Willelmi Peareson, goldsmyth 
Thomas Kitchinge, goldsmyth, fil. Georgii Kitcheinge, goldsmyth 
Robertus Nelson, bocher, fil. Willelmi Nelson, bocher 
Thomas Geldart, bocher, fil. Willelmi Geldert, bocher 
Willelmus Cowlinge, bocher, fil. Johannis Cowlinge, bocher 
Ricardus Hartford, bocher, fil. Petri Hartford, cordyner 
Xpoferus Brooke, marcator, fil. Roberti Brooke, aldermani 
Parsyvallus Teshe, glover, fil. Johannis Teshe, glover 
Thomas Fisher, marryner, fil. Johannis Fisher, marryner 
Franciscus Fisher, marryner, fil. Johannis Fisher, marryner 
Johannes Elden, milloner, fil. Ricardi Elden, glover 
Xpoferus Garnet, glover, fil. Leonardi Garnett, tapitour 
(blank) Wanop, milner, fil. Roberti Wanop, baker 
Willelmus Hart, sadler, fil. Thomae Hart, sadler 



2 JAC. I, WILL. GRENEBURIE, MAJORE. ARTH. BROOKE, JOH. 
BANESTER, MATTH. TOPHAM, THO. KEY, MERCATORIBUS, 
JOH. DICCONSON, DRAP., JOH. STABLE, DYER, PET. WILLMSON, 
SADLER, JOH. BROWNLES, BAK., CAMERARIIS 



Xpoferus Dawson, taillour 
Georgius Spence, bocher 
Georgius Ellison 
Georgius Chapman 
Robertus Baynes, cooke 
Nicholaus Emerson, haberdasher 
Ricardus Jackson, taillour 
Edwardus Rutleedge, talour 
Johannes Stokedale, cordyner 

VOL. II. 



Henricus Wilson, carpenter 
Marcus Allanson, carpenter 
Johannes Johnson, marcator 
Henricus Barnard, carpenter 
Marmaducus Potter, panyerman 
Robertus Mawmond, tallour 
Ricardus Addison, bocher 
Jacobus Allan, milner 
Petrus Jerrome, bower 






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THE FREEMEN OF YORK, 1604 



Michaelus Mosey, baker 
Willelmus Wynter, imbroderer 
Johannes Sleightholme, inholder 
Thomas Walker, dyer 
Rogerus Dent, sadler 
Franciscus Atkinson, tallour 
Xpoferus Aplebie, inholder 
Launcelot Whitloke, locksmyth 
Reginaldus Todd, sadler 
Xpoferus Thompson, mussission 
Thomas Holtbie, inholder 
Johannes Snaw, brekelayer 
Petrus Clerke, cook 
Johannes Barton, mussission 
Johannes Peacke, porter 
Willelmus Palleser, milner 
Ricardus Atchison, taillour 
Johannes Ewerdyne, baker 
Georgius Jackson, tapitour 
Michaelus Tyerman, inholder 
Johannes Browen, tiler 
Georgius Fynley, feltmaker 
Georgius Smyth, bower 
Willelmus Tennaund, inholder 
Eobert Jackson, bocher 
Johannes Byveley, baker 
Thomas Ketland, baker 
Xpof. Wray, parchmentmaker 
Thomas Lawne, ropmaker 
Ricardus Wilson, marcator 
Arthurus Hustler, inholder 
Xpoferus Swaile, inholder 
Willelmus Stockedale, tallour 



Radulphus Spencley, tallour 
Georgius Lister, taillour 
Edwardus Rossendale, marryner 
Thomas Mitley, glover 
Johannes Rigile, panyerman 
Georgius Atkynson, mussission 
Robertus Ellis, grocer 
Nicholaus Dicconson, baker 
Johannes Dods worth, milloner 
Simon Loftous, tallour 
Christoferus Joye, cordyner 
Franciscus Ledale, glover 
Robertus Hemseworth, draper 
Johannes Dent, tanner 
Thomas Letbie, taillour 
Ricardus Smyth, taillour 
Josephus Booth, milner 
Henricus Hayburne, cordyner 
Xpoferus Croft, marcer 
Jacobus Byrkhead, barbour 
Willelmus Wharton, feltmaker 
Thomas Harrison, baker 
Nicholaus Ball, appothicarie 
Rogerus Reaveley, bocher 
Davidus Bewley, marryner 
Xpoferus Courte, glover 
Christoferus Thomlynson, mus- 
sission 

Franciscus Hall, taillour 
Jacobus Blackburne, tanner 
Johannes Richardson, draper 
Johannes Killinge worth, taillour 



PER PATRES 

Robertus Womersley, milner, fil. Ricardi Womersley, latryver 

Robertus Sawer, smyth, fil. Roberti Sawer, smyth 

Johannes Wilson, cordyner, fil. Stephani Wilson, tanner 

Will. Hutchenson, goldsmyth, fil. Willelmi Hutchenson, goldsmyth 

Georgius Fawcett, inholder, fil. Edwardi Fawcett, aldermani 

Willelmus Wood, marcer, fil. Ricardi Wood, marcer 

Willelmus Brownies, baker, fil. Georgii Brownies, tallour 

Georgius Jakson, cordyner, fil. Georgii Jakson, tanner 

Arthurus Branton, blaksmyth, fil. Willelmi Bran ton, blaksmyth 

Radulphus Harper, grocer, fil. Roberti Harper, marcer 

Georgius Waite, haberdasher, fil. Willelmi Wate, baker 

Ricardus Sympson, glover, fil. Walteri Sympson, glover 

Georgius Wilson, haberdasher, fil. Thomas Wilson, parchmentmaker 



THE FREEMEN OF YORK, 1604 51 

Xpoferus Harbert, marcator, fil. Johannis Harbert, marcatoris* 
Robertus Geldert, bocher, fil. Ricardi Geldert, bocher 
Thomas Tyrrie, blacksmyth, fil. Oliver! Tyrrie, blaksmyth 
Georgius Todd, blacksmytb, fil. Willelmi Todd, blaksmyih 
Samuel Wilkinson, cordyner, fil. Roberti Wilkinson, hab-rdasher 
Vincentius Sympson, taillour, fil. Petri Symson, cordyner 
Franciscus Cottame, sadler, fil. Briani Cotam, iriholder 
Willelmus Preston, feltmaker, fil. Abrami Preston, laborer 
Willelmus Bynkes, haberdasher, fil. Willelmi Bynkes, baker 
Laurencius Allanson, cordyner, fil. Johannis Allanson, cordyner 
Johannes Weddell, bocher, fil. Roberti Weddell, bocher 
Willelmus Roger, pewtherer, fil. Thomas Roger, baker 
Johannes Morton, cordyner, fil. Roberti Morton, pynner 
Thomas Cowpland, taillour, fil. Lancelot! Cowpland, baker 
Petrus Richardson, ropmaker, fil. Johannis Richardson, ropmaker 
Radulphus Marston, in holder, fil. Willelmi Marston, sadler 
Ricardus Brear, armorer, fil. Ricardi Breer, baker 
Georgius Lenge, sadler, fil. Johannis Lenge, cutler 
Andreus (sic) Smyth, taillour, fil. Georgii Smyth, tallour 
Johannes Willmson, sadler, fil. Petri Willmson, sadler 
Johannes Cundale, marryner, fil. Johannis Cundale, marryner 
Georgius Midleton, milner, fil. Willelmi Midleton, porter 
Edwardus Mayneman, taillour, fil. Thomas Mayneman, baker 
Willelmus Key, tallour, fil. Henrici Key, tallour 
Samuellus Persyvall, marcator, fil. Sampsoni Persyvall, marcatoria 
Willelmus Clerke, mussission, fil. Johannis Clerke, mnssission 
Robertus Whitfeld, porter, fil. Johannis Whitfeild, cobler 
Petrus Batherstone, tyler, fil. Johannis Bawtherston, mussission 
Edwardus Wanopp, laborer, fil. Roberti Wanop, baker 
Jacobus Mynn, tanner, fil. Johannis Mynn, bottel naker 
Robertus Peareson, inholder, fil. Willelmi Peareson, tallour 
Robertus Wilson, mylner, fil. Thomae Wilson, mussission 
Georgius Stele, cobler, fil. Georgii Stele, cobler 
Ricardus Tebb, lokesmyth, fil. Ricardi Tebb, lokesmyth 
Thomas Nicholson, laborer, fil. Roberti Nicholson, pewthever 
Adamus (sic) Smyth, girdler, fil. Johannis Smyth, girdler 
Georgius Dent, tallour, fil. Ricardi Dent, vittualler 
Henricus Nelson, joyner, fil. Petri Nelson, joyner 
Willelmus Mason, tallour, fil. Xpoferi Mason, lynwever 
Johannes Wrighte, cocus, fil. Johannis Wright, taillour 
Robertus Vause, baker, fil. Roberti Vause, coci 
Edmondus Fell, milner, fil. Milonis Fell, milner 
Franciscus Ketland, tanner, fil. Roberti Ketland, tanner 
Ricardus Smyth, haberdasher, fil. Henrici Smyth, caryer 
Henricus Lee, milner, fil. Percivalli Lee, milner 
Jacobus Hewit, haberdasher, fil. Willelmi Hewit, taillour 
Johannes Richardson, cordyner, fil. Henrici Richardson, tapitour 
Robertus Criplinge, imbroderer, fil. Johannis Criplinge, tallour 
Johannes Brice, inholder, fil. Laureacii Brice, spuryer 

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52 



THE FREEMEN OF YORK, 1604-5 



Willelmus Hewthwate, glover, fil. Willelmi Hewthwate, glover 
Thomas Kobinson, marcator, fil. Laurencii Robinson, aldermani 
Xpoferus Balland, cordyner, fil. Johannis Balland, cordyner 
Thomas Thomlynson, porter, fil. Milonis Thomlynson, walker 
Willelmus Hemesley, haberdasher, fil. Milonis Hemsley, baker 
Arthurus Doninge, grocer, fil. Georgii Donnynge, grocer 
Simon Pockley, silkewever, fil. Petri Pockley, cowper 
Bobertus Weare, carpenter, fil. Thomae Weare, carpenter 
Robertus Hoggell, laborer, fil. Thomae Hoggell, marryner 
Thomas Fell, baker, fil. Willelmi Fell, baker 
Edwardus Kidson, upholdster, fil. Edwardi Kidson, tapitour 
Arthur Paige, sadler, fil. Gilberti Page, sadler 
Thomas Marr, letherdresser, fil. Nicholai Marr, letherdresser 
Phillippus Askwith, marcer, fil. Boberti Askwith, aldermani def. 
Xpoferus Hudles, taillour, fil. Johannis Hudles, tallour 
Bobertus Busfeild, pewtherer, fil. Jacobi Busfeld, pewtherer 
Thomas Sawer, pewtherer, fil. Boberti Sawer, blaksmyth 
Henricus Ledale, harbor, fil. Boberti Ledale, milloner 
Bobertus Wilkinson, taillour, fil. Edwardi Wilkinson, tallour 
Jacobus Hutton, tapitour, fil. Thomae Hutton, tapitour 
Brianus Nicholson, taillour, fil. Michaellis Nicholson, cordyner 
Johannes Nicholson, cordyner, fil. Michaellis Nicholson, cordyner 
Thomas Iley, tallour, fil. Johannis Iley, plomer 
Thomas Iley, plomer, fil. Joh. Iley, plomer, fil. prasdict. Joh. Iley 
Johannes Smyth, tanner, fil. Boberti Smyth, tanner 
Johannes Child, joyner, fil. Thomae Child, skynner 
Jacobus Wilson, draper, fil. Thomae Wilson, generosi 
Edwardus Lund, marryner, fil. Johannis Lund, marryner 



JAG. I, ROB. ASKWITH, MAJORE. ROB. BELT, MERCAT., PHIL. 
ASKWITH, WILL. MORTON, JUN., MERCERS, LAUR. RAWDEN, 
GROG., VINC. BUSFELD, DRAP., GEO. BROWNLES, TAIL., MART. 
LEEDES, TAIL., LANG. GELDERT, BOCHER, THO. MAIE, NIGH. 
FUISTER, HABERDASHERS, CAMERARIIS 



Johannes Paige, baker 
Bicardus Hill, joyner 
Bobertus Willmson, silkewever 
Bicardus Maltbie, tallour 
Johannes Lund, silkewever 
Johannes Ward, marcator 
Edwardus Midleton, inholder 
Xpoferus Harvey, imbroderer 
Johannes Bovell, carpenter 
Willelmus Be we, glover 
Willelmus Brasse, vyntener 
Henricus Raper, taillour 
Henricus Bilton, marcator 
Ricardus Singleton, glover 



Hugo Gregges, breklayer 
Bobertus Haikerigg, breklayer 
Johannes Millikyn, tanner 
Willelmus Fisher, milner 
Bicardus Sympson, blaksmyth 
Georgius Bell, haberdasher 
Thomas Fisher, feltmaker 
Johannes Dent, inholder 
Jacobus Davis, brasier 
Jacobus Foxcroft, marcator 
Jesper Dobbison, feltmaker 
Edmundus Cowper, marcator 
Georgius Burton, joyner 
Henricus Saughell, fisheinonger 






THE FREEMEN OF YORK, 1605 



53 



Thomas Hudson, pewtherer 
Rollandus Swynbanke, baker 
Rob. Linsley, parchementmaker 
Georgius Baker, joyner 
Johannes Wilberforce, tanner 
Johannes Jelburne, curyer 
Willelmus Rawson, bocher 
Rad. Maisterman, fishemonger 
Johannes Wood, tallour 
Robertus Heild, inholder 
Rogerus Lisheman, tanner 
Johannes Stokdale, inholder 
Leonardus Prestwood, mercator 
Thomas Wrightson, cordyner 
Henricus Pettie, tallour 
Edwardus Sadler, milner 
Rogerus Beckett, lorrymer 
Johannes Cooke, taillour 
Robertus Baitson, draper 
Johannes Westwood, taillour 
Willelmus Etton, baker 
Ricardus Ewyns, feltmaker 
Xpoferus Fisher, joyner 
Willelmus Mason, cooke 



Georgius Typyn, cowper 
Georgius Hudson, blaksmyth 
Johannes Tunstall, tallour 
Ricardus Robinson, tallour 
Ricardus Wilson, carpenter 
Xpoferus Blakburne, tanner 
Xpoferus Kilburne, founderer 
Ricardus Nussey, girdler 
Ricardus Booth, haberdasher 
Ricardus Wylie, fishemonger 
Anthonius Barnebye, glover 
Anthonius Dodsworth, brekleyer 
Roger Sawer, breklaier 
Henricus Cheyney, marcator 
Robertus Hutton, marcer 
Edwardus Homer, marcator 
Thomas Brough, marcator 
Thomas Garnett, appothecarie 
Thomas Hingeston, baker 
Willelmus Dighton, joyner 
Willelmus Bell, inholder 
Thomas Awmond, pewtherer 
Thomas Raykestray, joyner 
Johannes Bynkes, joyner 



PER PATRES 

Stephanus Mankyn, tallour, fil. Willelmi Mankyn, tallour 

Georgius Arkendale, baker, fil. Johannis Arkendale, baker 

Mathasus Cooke, tallour, fil. Roberti Cooke, inholder 

Willelmus Nixon, cordyner, fil. Petri Nixon, bladsmyth 

Milo Rokesbie, baker, fil. Johannis Roxbie, mylner 

Robertus Lister, cooke, fil. Roberti Lister, cooke 

Georgius Mason, inholder, fil. Adae Mason, notar. publ. 

Johannes Shepperd, armorer, fil. Thomas Shepperd, armorer 

Johannes Bynkes, baker, fil. Johannis Bynkes, bottelmaker 

Thomas Graves, silkewever, fil. Anthonii Graves, marcatoris 

Jacobus Crosthwate, silkewever, fil. Math. Crosthwate, waxchandler 

Andreas May, grocer, fil. Thomse May, haberdasher 

Thomas Fawkes, grocer, fil. Reynoldi Fawkes, generosi 

Willelmus Burton, cordyner, fil. Willelmi Burton, mercatoris 

Georgius Ryder, bocher, fil. Anthonii Ryder, bocher 

Thomas Burrell, sledman, fil. Gilfridi Burrell, tapitour 

Johannes Sellerer, clerke, fil. Ricardi Sellerer, baker 

Ricardi Balderston, jerseyman, fil. Johanni Balderston, mussition 

Mathaaus Parker, talour, fil. Thomas Parker, draper 

Willelmi Nicholson, parchmentmaker, fil. Matth. Nicholson, parch- 

mentmaker 
Thomas Bowman, marryner, fil. Willelmi Bowman, loksmyth 



54 THE FREEMEN OF YORK, 1605-6 

Robertus Calvard, cooke, fil. Jacobi Calverd, bocher 
Xpoferus Laveroke, musition, fil. Ricardi Laveroke, musition 
Willelmus Brice, bocher, fil. [blank] Brice, bocher 
George Fishere, bocher, fil. Willelmi Fisher, butcher 
Robertus Bowes, founderer, fil. Georgii Bowes, baker 
Laurens Cowper, tallour, fil. Xpoferi Cowper, baker 
Georgius Monketon, cooke, fil. Roberti Monketon, cooke 
Georgius Scarr, marchant, fil. Michelis (sic) Scarr, glover 
Thomas Robinson, haberdasher, fil. Ricardi Robinson, tallour 
Thomas Hayton, myllynour, fil. Willelmi Hayton, millynour 
Thomas Smyth, butcher, fil. Humfridi Smyth, butcher 
Johannes Fisher, pewtherer, fil. Thornse Fisher, pewtherer 
Thomas Feme, fishemonger, fil. Willelmi Feme, fishemonger 
Thomas Ellis, spuryer, fil. Thomse Ellis, spuryer 
Robertus Pynder, baker, fil. Edwardi Pynder, silkwever 
Ricardus Harte, sadler, fil. Thomse Harte, sadler 



4 JAC. I, BOB. HAKKISON, MAJORS. HEN. BROOKE, RIG. BOOTHE, 
MERCATORIBUS, REG. CARTWRIGHT, DYER, JOH. SLEGHTHOLME, 
INHOLD., ROG. LAUNDIS, PEWT., JOH. SMYTH, CORDYNER, 
CAMERARIIS 



Willelmus Wells, tailour 
Robertus Gibson, carpenter 
Henricus Wilson, haberdasher 
Johannes Collyer, cordyner 
Thomas Pratt, sadler 
Willelmus Wadworth, inholder 
Johannes Hewitson, goldsmyth 
Emanuell Barnes 
Willelmus Wate, tallour 
Willelmus Hall, cordyner 
Johannes Edon, Lynwever 
Thomas Nelson, tapitour 
Robertus Casson, goldsmyth 
Edwardus Bland, breklaer 
Johannes Rutledge, milner 
'Georgius Robinson, tallour 
Herbert Clerke, bower 
Leonardus Belwood, tapitour 
Willelmus Busfeld, pewtherer 
Hugo Chapman, inholder 
Arnold Ewenap, lynwever 
Willelmus Aspiner, tapitour 
Johannes Sykes, marcator 
Willelmus Nelson, appothecarie 
Henricus Carter, butcher 
Thomas Clerke, taillour 
Willelmus Grene, .feltmaker 



Johannes Hartley, feltmaker 
Thomas Rokclif, vyntener 
Mathaeus Lealeman, lyndraper 
Robertus Abbott, hornebreker 
Radulphus Dossett, lynwever 
Abraham Edge, lynwever 
Nicholaus Clerke, lynwever 
Ricardus Bird, curyer 
Allanus Robinson, skynner 
Thomas Mayneman, talour 
Robertus Pennell, talour 
Johannes Harrison, cordyner 
Robertus Smyth, cordyner 
Willelmus Wood, cordyner 
Johannes Hunter, cordyner 
Rogerus Gregg, founderer 
Xpoferus Mawtus, lynwever 
Henricus Nelson, letherdresser 
Parcivallus Morton, inholder 
Thomas Maisterman, draper 
Abraham Dyson, feltmaker 
Johannes Dent, feltmaker 
Johannes Jakson, curyer 
Petrus Wilson, chirurgeon 
Thomas Smeton, tanner 
I Franciscus Buckle, tallour 
! Lancelojtus Langhorne, cordyner 



THE FREEMEN OF YORK, 1606-7 



Arthurus Scott, draper 
Willelmus Grenefeld, baker 
Johannes Holmes, feltmaker 
Robertas Corney, appothecarie 
Henricus Nowell, marcator 
Job. Raper, instrumentmaker 
Thomas Harrison, butcher 
Thomas Preston, lyndresser 
Paull Ellerbeck, carpenter 
Symond Harrison, goldsmyth 
Ricardus Hill, haberdasher 
Johannes Westobie, tallour 
Willelmus Stead, blaksmyth 



Radulphus Sanderson, carpenter 
Robert Loftus, cordyner 
Willelmus Heward, taillour 
Valentinus Nicholson, cordyner 
Willelmus Richardson, breklaier 
Johannes Flower, imbroderer 
Thomas Homer, marcator 
Jacobus Hutchenson, marcator 
Johannes Harker, porter 
George Dixon, marcator 
Rogerus Marshall, marcer 
Thomas Dawson, marcator 
Milo Swayne, marcator 



PER PATRES 

Thomas Midleton, inholder, fil. Georgii Midleton, draper 
Johannes Robinson, marcator, fil. Leonardi Robinson, tanner 
Willelmus Wheatley, feltmaker, fil. Roberti Wheatley, shipcarpenter 
Thomas Wilcoke, glover, fil. Charoli Wilcoke, glover 
Robertus Garnett, glover, fil. Gawyn Garnett, tapitour 
Johannes Pulley, shereman, fil. Anthonii Pulley, marcatoris 
Johannes Hart, grocer, fil. Radulphi Harte, grocer 
Johannes Cartwright, dyer, fil. Reginald! Cartwright, dyer 
Jacobus Morton, cooke, fil. Willelmi Morton, cobler 
Walter Elwood, cooke, fil. Roberti Elwood, carpenter 
Peterus Dent, taillour, fil. Xpoferi Dent, pewtherer 
Willelmus Stephenson, feltmaker, fil. Roberti Stephenson 
Willelmus Morton, harbour, fil. Rolandi Morton, pynner 
Ricardus Cooke, taillour, fil. Ambrosii Cooke, sadler 
Johannes Wightman, mylner, fil. Ricardi Wightman, milner 
Johannes Clytherowe, junior, butcher, fil. Joh. Clytherow, butcher 
Matthaeus Peareson, glover, fil. Johannis Peareson, glover 
Johannes Calome, laborer, fil. Matthaei Calome, draper 
Ricardus Hutchenson, tanner, fil. Roberti Hutchenson, inholder 
Jacobus Darke, cooke, fil. Percivalli Darke, smyth 
Willelmus Syddell, baker, fil. Ricardi Syddell, baker 
Willelmus Robinson, inholder, fil. Johannis Robinson, inholder 
Radulphus Nevell, marcer, fil. Henrici Novell, marcatoris 



5 JAf. I, BOB. MYERS, MAJORE. GEO. FAWSETT, INHOLD., 
YORKE HORNER, XPOF. ROBINSON, THO. HORNER, MERCA- 
TORIBUS, HERBERT DAVIE, ROB. NALER, MERCERS, THO. 
DRYNKELL, COOKE, MICH. BUSFEILD, BRASIER, CAMERARIIS 



Georgius Stephenson, carpenter 
Willelmus Shutt, butcher 
Frauncis Smyth, marcer 
Cuth. Wynterburne,.fishemonger 



Henricus Dawson, baker 
Georgius Newsome, carpenter 
Johannes Sherecroft, cowper 
Johannes Garth, tanner 



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THE FREEMEN OF YORK, 1607 



Radulphus Croft, marcator 
Johannes Lodge, joyner 
Robertas Mitchell, basketmaker 
Thomas Lockey, pynner 
Willelmus Bell, tanner 
Johannes Vaux 
Thomas Buckle, glover 
Jacobus Wetherell, feltmaker 
Jacobus Thompson, haberdasher 
Xpoferus Leckenbie, haberdasher 
Symon Hawkyn, cordyner 
Johannes Moore, cooke 
Fran. Preston, shipcarpenter 
Joh. Siklemore, appothecarie 
Abrah. Hemyngwey, marcator 
Thomas Bowser, shipcarpenter 
Petrus Thompson, shipcarpenter 
Thomas Geldert, butcher 
Thomas Johnson, inholder 
Ricardus Nelson, draper 



Thomas Smyth, inholder 
George Button, armorer 
Edwardus Wood 
Lancelotus Milner, porter 
Georgius Gill, inholder 
Johannes Becke, marcer 
Willelmus Cobb, mylner 
Robertus Foster, milner 
Georgius Cud worth, tallour 
Georgius Jackson, tanner 
Nich. Troughton, comsolemaker 
Willelmus Robinson, tanner 
Robertus Frost, baker 
Johannes Metcalf, tallour 
Thomas Harrison, tallour 
Thomas Wyldman, tallour 
Robert Cotes, inholder 
Jacobus Collyer, cordyner 
Willelmus Beane, cordyner 



PER PATEES 

Johannes Dobson, tyler, fil. Thomae Dobson, tyler 
Rad. Marshall, fishemonger, fil. Johannis Marshall, fishemonger 
Thomas Harrison, marriner, fil. Roberti Harrison, talour 
Thomas Herbert, marcator, fil. Johannis Herbert, marcatoris 
Gabriell Jaque, marcator, fil. Francisci Jaque, marcatoris 
Thomas Plewman, mylner, fil. Johannis Plewman, milner 
Ricardus Russell, laborer, fil. Ricardi Russell, carpenter 
Margret Button, filia Georgii Button, berebrewer 
Willelmus Crosthwate, talour, fil. Ricardi Crosthwate, powter 
Matthaeus Bacheler, milner, fil. Xpoferi Bacheler, sadler 
Georgius Wilcoke, uphold ster, fil. Johannis Wilcoke, glover 
Willelmus Wright, baker, fil. Willelmi Wright, baker 
Thomas Brathwate, baker, fil. Matthaei Brathwate, founderer 
Willelmus Wilson, clockmaker, fil. Ricardi Wilson, clockemaker 
Willelmus Harrison, tapitour, fil. Laurencii Harrison, tapitour 
Johannes Ledale, cordyner, fil. Thomae Ledale, inholder 
Johannes Cocke, tailour, fil. Willelmi Cocke, tallour 
Thomas Leppington, tapitour, fil. Barth. Leppington, tapitour 
Robertus Jackeson, tanner, fil. Jacobi Jakson, tanner 
Henricus Tanfeild, curyer, fil. Johannis Tanfeild, milner 
Georgius Barker, tanner, fil. Willelmi Barker, tanner 
Willelmus Fell, tanner, fil. Willelmi Fell, baker 
Georgius Wharton, tanner, fil. Briani Wharton, tanner 
Georgius Brownies, tallour, fil. Georgii Brownies, tallour 
WillelmuB Tennyswood, laborer, fil. Jacobi Tennyswood, tallour 
WillelmuB Wilbon, marchant, fil. Thomae Wilson, gent. 



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57 



Humfridus Key, glover, fil. Henrici Key, talour 
Georgius Toppyn, draper, fil. Georgii Toppyn, butcher 
Xpoferus Levett, marcer, fil. Percivalli Levett, gent. 



6 JAC. I, CHRIS. CONSETT, MAJORE. FRAN. WHARTON, MERCAT., 
WILL. ROBINSON, INHOLD., RIG. LOBLEY, THO. ATKINSON, 
MILO. FAWSETT, TANNERS, WILL. WALKER, CORDYNER, WILL. 
FAWSETT, FELTMAKER, THO. LAWNNE, ROPER, CAMERARIIS 



Johannes Metcalf, tanner 
Willelmus Prest, haberdasher 
Rogerus Cotton, inholder 
Xpoferus Sm^th, taillour 
Tho. Bradeshawe, fishemonger 
Matthaeus Foster, fishemonger 
Georgius Clerke, fishemonger 
Leonardus Watson, taillour 
Thomas Wetherell, taillour 
Willelmus Eskirke, milloner 
Johannes Wise, marchant 
Johannes Woodward, pewtherer 
MatthEeus Mawe, butcher 
Johannes Dixon, marcator 
Robertus Rudd, brasier 
Thomas Stokdale, glover 
Henricus Browen, marryner 
Allexander Dixon, inholder 
Franciscus Conyers, mercator 
Bynjamen Tenaunte, merchant 
Ricardus Sympson, armorer 
Reginaldus Fawcett, feltmaker 
Edmondus Metcalf, porter 
Anthonius Belwood, blaksmyth 
Marcus Bell, tapitour 
Stephanus Britten, organmaker 



Thomas Grave, inholder 
Radulphus Scrafton, inholder 
Willelmus Thompson, skynner 
Henricus Sawley, haberdasher 
Jac. Bland, parchementmaker 
Ric. Holdsworth, upholdster 
Robertus Waid, tanner 
Xpoferus Dicconson, tallour 
Thomas Rusheton, cooke 
Anthonius Sawer, tanner 
Johannes Hardie, marcer 
Ricardus Kenrawe, marcer 
Thomas Blenkerne, cordyner 
Johannes Ayre, cordyner 
Thomas Thompson, blaksmyth 
Percivallus Loftus, marcator 
Willelmus Ryley, marcator 
Georgius White, mylner 
Willelmus Pannett, tanner 
Willelmus Stephenson, cordyner 
Anthonius Whitell, breklayer 
Marmaducus Todd, marcator 
Franciscus Hardie, marcator 
Thomas Coley, dyer 
Robertus Wheatley, marcator 
Georgius Brice, marcator 



PEE PATBES 

Robertus Nicholson, joyner, fil. Roberti Nicholson, pewtherer 
Bartholomaeus Watman, baker, fil. Johannis Watman, baker 
Edwardus Wilson, joyner, fil. Leonardi Wilson, cordyner 
Frauncis Willans, sadler, fil. Thomae Willance, cordyner 
Petrus Wilson, glasier, fil. Johannis Wilson, joyner 
Johannes Stones, taillour, fil. Xpoferi Stones, pewtherer 
Thomas Fletcher, shipcarpenter, fil. Will. Fletcher, shipcarpenter 
Willelmus W T adsworth, tallour, fil. Francisci Wadsworth, girdler 
Thomas Sympson, inholder, fil. Adas Sympson, inholder 
Anthonius Dicconson, haberdasher, fil. Johannis J)icconson, tallour 
Ricardus Pepper, baker, fil. Ricardi Pepper, baker 



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THE FREEMEN OF YORK, 1608-9' 



Willelmus Barker, tanner, fil. Willelmi Barker, tanner 
Thomas Waddie, lynwever, fil. Thomae Waddie, goldsmyth 
Thomas Askwith, draper, fil. Thomae Askwith, draper 
Robertus Cowper, baker, fil. Henrici Cowper, baker 
Willelmus Smyth, haberdasher, fil. Ricardi Smyth, tanner 
Thomas Turner, tallour, fil. Robert! Turner, marryner 
Willelmus Daile, butcher, fil. Ricardi Dale, butcher 
Willelmus Smyth, cordyner, fil. Roberti Smyth, tanner 
Leonardus Weddell, marcator, fil. Roberti Weddell, butcher 
Will. Wilkinson, haberdasher, fil. Petri Wilkinson, haberdasher 
Willelmus Spence, tanner, fil. Johannis Spence, butcher 

7 JAC. I, HEN. HALL, MAJORE. THO. SIGESWICKE, LEON. HALL, 
RAD. PICKERINGE, MERCATORIBUS, JOH. HUTCHENSON, BAR., 
GEO. WYNTERBURNE, FISHMONGER, CHRIS. MORTON, PYNNER, 
CAMERARIIS 



Thomas Maye, joyner 
Thomas Reynold, feltmaker 
Anthonius Hurwood, tallour 
Dionisius Monkeman, brekleyer 
George Smyth, breklayer 
Willelmus Naler, mylner 
Thomas Hume, maison 
Petrus Todd, lynnenwever 
Cuthbertus Rogers, lynwever 
Milo Prudu[m], inholder 
Georgius Donnynge, loksmyth 
Ricardus Gaile, marcator 
Johannes Fyddie, panyerman 
Willelmus Dicconson, butcher 
Thomas Harrison, butcher 
Thomas Armestrong, lyndraper 
George Tylson, cordyner 

PER PATRES 

Percivallus Busfeild, haberdasher, fil. Jacobi Busfeild, pewtherer 
Johannes Waite, taillour, fil. Ricardi Waite, cowper 
Philippus Herbert, marcator, fil. Johannis Harbert, marcatoris 
Edw. Thistlethwate, taillour, fil. Milonis Thistlethwate, taillour 
Johannes Thistlethwate, taillour fil. Milonis Thistlethwate, tallour 
Percivallus Wilson, grocer, fil. Thomae Wilson, gent. 
Johannes Pynder, silkewever, fil. Edwardi Pynder, silkewever 
Anthonius Wreekes, silkewever, fil. Michaelis Wreekes, inholder 
Thomas Yonge, mynstrill, fil. Willelmi Yonge, mynstrill 
Jacobus Burton, joyner, fil. Willelmi Burton, mercatoris 
Willelmus Bell, cordyner, fil. David Bell, tallour 
Thomas Blacke, imbroderer, fil. Willemi Blacke, cordyner 
Thomas Pybus, lynwever, fil, Johannis Pibus, parchemenerv 



Johannes Craven, glover 
Ricardus Myller, cordyner 
Willelmus Bradley, vyntener 
Randulphus Waite, feltmaker 
Johannes Blaikeston, draper 
Thomas Naler, silkewever 
Willelmus Raper, gonesmyth & 

loksmyth 

Izraell Dodsworth, marcator 
Anthonius Foxgale, inholder 
Augustinus Houghton, inholder 
Jacobus Bell, myllyner 
Willelmus Maskew, vyntener 
Xpoferus Monigie, goldsmyth 
Jacobus Davison, baker 
Edwardus Warriner, felmaker 



tHE FREEMEN OF YORK, 1609-10 59 

Willelmus Calton, marcator, fil. Anthonii Calton, marcatoris 
Willelmus Webster, glover, fil. Johannis Webster, spuryer 
Xpoferus Burton, cordyner, fil. Willelmi Burton, mercatoris 
Willelmus Fell, tallour, fil. Bartholomew! (sic) Fell, fishemonger 
Hugo Saxton, pynner, fil. Johannis Saxton, gent. 
Thomas Nevell, marcator, fil. Henrici Nevell, senioris, marcatoris 
Georgius Smalcher, cordyner, fil. Willelmi Smalcher, fishemonger 
Mathaeus Hutton, draper, fil. Bicardi Hutton, appothecarie 

8 JAC. I, WILL. BREEREY, MAJORE. RIG. GAILE, MERCAT., ROB. 
HEMSWORTH, DRAP., ROB. SYDDALE, THO. ROGERS, GENEROSIS, 
MICH. PLOMER, TAILLOUR, JOH. BRICE, PERCIVAL MORTON, 
IN HOLDERS, JOH. JACKSON, HABERDASHER, CAMERARIIS 



Adam Worne, baker 
Daniell Benion, glover 
Johannes Millnes, taillour 
Ricardus Pratt, lynwever 
Franciscus Wynn, haberdasher 
Bobertus Moore, marcator 
Thomas Swyer, marcator 
Stephanus Wood, appothecarie 
Willelmus Gray, butcher 
Thomas Hutchenson, blaksmyth 
Bobertus Bayrehead, baker 
Bobert Grenebury, lynwever 
Bobertus Clerke, dyer 
Johannes Clerke, taillour 



Georgius Ten[a]nd, haberdasher 
Bicardus Baper, taillour 
Edwardus Blockley, gentleman 
Xpoferus Bentley, cordyner 
Petrus Shawe, taillour 
Edwardus Guisley, syvemaker 
Anthonius Monketon, draper 
Thomas Boilland, tailor 
Edmon. Metcalf, tallochandler 
W T illelmus Allen son, draper 
Bobertus Grave, tallour 
Bobertus Metcalf, tallour 
Bobertus Newsom, silkewever 
Anthonius Watson, panyerman 



PER PATBES 

Xpoferus Shipperd, armorer, fil. Tho. Shipperd, armorer 
Johannes Fox, ship carpenter, fil. Johannis Fox, shipwrite 
BartholomaBus Brathwate, joyner, fil. Georgii Brathwate, tallour 
Georgius Holmes, marcer, fil. Lancelot! Holmes, marcer 
Henricus Halley, tanner, fil. W T illelmi Halley, generosi 
Georgius Wright, carpenter, fil. Thomae Wright, carpenter 
Anthonius Midleton, loksmyth, fil. Bogeri Midleton, loksmyth 
Johannes Chapman, tanner, fil. Georgii Chapman, tanner 
W T illelmus Fai relax, baker, fil. Bicardi Fairefax, laborer 
Georgius Willance, tallour, fil. Thomse Willance, cordyner 
Henricus Yonge, tailour, fil. Willelmi Yonge, gentleman 
Bartholomaeus Banester, draper, fil. Johannis Banester, marcatoris 
Bobertus Taillour, taillour, fil. Badulphi Taillour, skynner 
Edwardus Jakson, haberdasher, fil. Johannis Jackson, haberdasher 
Xpoferus Tallour, marryner, fil. Badulphi Taillour, skynner 
Peter Ramsey, pynner, fil. Johannis Ramsey, pynner 
Thomas Robinson, glover, fil. Willelmi Bobinson, braklayer 
Willelmus Dixon, breklayer, fil. Roberti Dixon, sawer 
Johannes Crokdikes, talour, fil. Thomae Crokdikes, tallour :wy 



60 



THE FREEMEN OF YORK, 1611 



9 JAC. I, JOH. HARBISON, MAJORE. THO. ASKWITH, THO. 
MASTERMAN, DRAPERS, WILL. TODD, APOTHEC., THO. KALEY, 
DYER, THO. CAMPLEION, TAIL., RIG. HARTFORTH, BUTCH., 
JOH. MAXFEILD, TILER, EDW. PYNDER, SILKWEAVER, CAMER- 
ARIIS 



Thomas Hoile, marcator 
Michael Smyth, marcator 
Christofer Bayne, grocer 
Johannes Watson, tailor 
Jac. Hamond, partchmentmaker 
Johannes Jackson, tailor 
Johannes Maskall, marryner 
Willelmus Newton, blacksmith 
Jacobus Day, tailor 
Petrus Pick, inholder 
Georgius Wray, butcher 
Eicardus Tebb, tailor 
Will. Wilson, appothecarius 
Mathaeus Sharpe, butcher 
Henricus Foster, lynnenweaver 
Thomas Johnson, carpenter 
Ricardus Ellerker, baker 
Jacobus Jordan, pannyerman 
Henricus Wilkinson, tanner 
Georgius Dickonson, tanner 
Sampson Helesse, silkweaver 



Robertus Awdcorne, silkweaver 
Willelmus Marshall, mercer 
Radulphus Headlam, gentleman 
Robertus Winship, marriner 
Franciscus Metcalf, mercator 
Franciscus Grayson, tailor 
Franciscus Spink, clothworker 
Johannes Walker, haberdasher 
Georgius Deane, chirurgeon 
Georgius Blansherd, silkweaver 
Johannes Tailor, mercer 
Willelmus Trattle, tailor 
Willelmus Dighton, mercator 
Marcus Metcalf, cordiner 
Radulphus Kelley, inholder 
Lancelotus Carliell, butcher 
Thomas Thompson, armorer 
Milo Browne, feltmaker 
Ricardus Freer, cordiner 
Robertus Grave, curyer 



PER PATBES 

Willelmus Marshall, mercer, fil. Willelmi Marshall, mercer, def. 
Johannes Benson, musition, fil. Gawyn Benson, blacksmith 
Simon Cowton, dyer, fil. Jacobi Cowton, dyer 
Georgius Dickonson, habberdasher, fil. Johannis Dickson, tailor 
Edwardus Watson, mercer, fil. Willelmi Watson, butcher 
Percivallus Levett, mercator, fil. Percivalli Levett, generosi 
Thomas Roxesby, inholder, fil. Ricardi Roxesby, milner 
Robertus Crosby, tailor, fil. Jacobi Crosby, partchmentmaker 
Johannes Dickonson, tailor, fil. Johannis Dickonson, tailor 
Willelmus Bannester, mercator, fil. Henrici Bannester, mercatoris 
Jacobus Halley, scriviner, fil. Willelmi HalJey, generosi 
Johannes Wilson, cordyner, fil. Johannis Wilson, fishemonger 
Henricus Allanbie, marryner, fil. Jacobi Allanbie, baker 
Thomas Place, grocer, fil. Leonardi Place, glover 
Willelmus Fresley, joyner, fil. Willelmi Fresley, carpenter 
Georgius Newbie, cordyner, fil. Ricardi Newbie, cordyner 
Leonardus Scott, marcator, fil. Willelmi Scott, marcatoris 
Johannes Fothergill, tanner, fil. Willelmi Fothergill, tanner 



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61 



Eic. Wilson, silkeweaver, fil. Thomas Wilson, gen. partchmentmaker 
Leonardus Jackson, tanner, fil. Leonardi Jackson, dier 
Franciscus Wilkinson, habberdasher, fil. Henrici Wilkinson, tanner 
Johannes Hurdson, linnenweaver, fil. Roberti Hurdson, cooke, def. 
Johannes Pearson, cordyner, fil. Johannis Pearson, marryner 
Eduardus Lister, cowper, fil. Hugonis Lister, cowper 
Johannes Hutton, appothecare, fil. Xpoferi Hutton, appothecarii 
Rogerus Bowes, cordyner, fil. Thomae Bowes, inholder 
Georgius Straker, tanner, fil. Willelmi Straker, tanner 
Johannes Rundall, glover, fil. Henrici Rundall, butcher 
Gabriell Dixon, feltmaker, fil. Johannis Dixon, baker 
Georgius Blaides, milner, fil. Xpoferi Blaides, baker 
Johannes Darrell, feltmaker, fil. Johannis Darrell, brasyer 
Johannes Straker, feltmaker, fil. Edwardi Straker, glasyer 
Robertus Morton, cobler, fil. Willelmi Morton, cordiner 
Fardinandus Hamond, glover, fil. Anthonii Hamond, glover 
Thomas Acklame, sadlar, fil. Martini Acklame, tanner 



10 JAC. I, THO. MARSHALL, MAJORE. JAC. SLINGER, WILL. 
SCOTT, MERCATORIBUS, JOH. VAUX, GENEROSO, WILL. 
MARSHALL, MERCER, JAC. RAWDON, GROG., FRAN. TAILER, 
APOTH., HEN. LEACHE, CHIRURGEON, MATH. HALLEY, TANN., 
CAMERARIIS 



Christoferus Brathwate, glover 
Steph. Dodesworth, partchment- 
maker 

Nich. Wallis, partchmentmaker 
Hugo Story, pannyerman 
Marcus Wright, inholder 
Johannes Camell, blacksmith 
Willelmus Jackson, bricklayer 
Johannes Aleston, sadler 
Thomas Ereby, joyner 
Robertus Harrison, turner 
Fordanus Wright, tailor 
Thomas Symondson, roper 
Robertus Barlowe, habberdasher 
Henricus Fothergill, tailor 
Jacobus Bousfeild, feltmaker 
Georgius Jackson, tapitour 
Willelmus Raper, draper 
Robertus Dawson, dyer 
Willelmus Slater, paynter 
Benedick Horsley, paynter staner 
Mathaeus Dobson, tailor 
Willelmus Newby, bridgemaster 



Henry Hill, bridgemaster 
Edwardus Norton, carpenter 
Joh. Stibbing, lynnenweaver 
Brianus Richardson, bricklayer 
Humfridus Bland, joyner 
Nich. Fisher, barber chiurgeon 
Ambrosius Hutchenson, tailor 
Hugo Aikroide, armorer 
Rogerus Gardner, dyer 
Radulphus Tuke, feltmaker 
Johannes Ketlay, carpenter 
Joh. Beck with, barber chirurgeon 
Thomas Potter, silkweaver 
Willelmus Wilson, joyner 
Ricardus Thornton, draper 
Johannes Lynn, baker 
Robertus Todd, milner 
Robertus Waud, tailor 
Mathaeus By well, baker 
Joh. Bisshopp, lynnen draper 
Milo Gearge 
Johannes Myers 



62 THE FREEMEN OF YORK, 1612-13 

PER PATRES 

Georgius Luty, goldsmith, fil. Willelmi Luty, blacksmith 

Johannes Parker, cocus, fil. Willelmi Parker, coci 

Edwardus Gell, locksmyth', fil. Johannis Gell, tiler 

Johannes Hay, glover, fil. Johannis Hay, tailor 

Anthonius Middleton, locksmith, fil. Eogeri Middleton, locksmith 

Johannes Wilson, tailor, fil. Nicholai Wilson, baker 

Simon Butterfeild, butcher, fil. Simonis Butterfeild, butcher 

Christoferus Standeven, vintiner, fil. Johannis Standeven, vintiner 

Thomas Davy, tailor, fil. Thorn Davy, tailor 

Johannes Scarr, glover, fil. Michaelis Scarr, generosi 

Radulphus Frost, joyner, fil. Jacobi Frost, clerici 

Jesper Leach, chirurgeon, fil. Henrici Leach, chirurgeon 

Jacobus Lobley, marriner, fil. Eicardi Lobley, tanner 

Robertus Dry, cordiner, fil. Thomae Dry, cordiner 

Thomas Hall, locksmith, fil. Roberti Hall, locksmith 

Edwardus Gray, grocer, fil. Ricardi Gray, butcher 

Willelmus Newbie, cordiner, fil. Francisci Newbie, currier 

Anthonius Bell, vintener, fil. Davidis Bell, taylor 

Henricus Thompson, mercator, fil. Henrici Thompson, mercatoris 

Xpoferus Hamond, glasier, fil. Petri Hamond, glasyer 

Jacobus Simpson, musition, fil. Roberti Simpson, musition 

Johannes Wilson, musition, fil. Johannis Wilson, musition 

Simon Holmes, musition, fil. Johannis Holmes, joyner 

Edwerdus Hutchinson, feltmaker, fil. Roberti Hutchinson, inholder 

Henricus Marshall, mercer, fil. Willelmi Marshall, mercer 

Henricus Scaberd, millioner, fil. Simonis Scaberd, millioner 

Willelmus Scott, fil. Willelmi Scott, mercatoris 

Johannes Herbert, mercator, fil. Johannis Herbert, mercatoris 

11 JAC. I, LEONARD. BESSON, MAJORE. RIG. BAYNE, THO. HOILE, 
MERCATORIBUS, HEN. MUDD, GROG., MICH. TYERMAN, INHOLD., 
CHRISTOF. HARDY, WILL. HUNTER, RIG. LITTLE, THO. WILSON, 
BAKERS, JAC. WOODBURNE, GEO. SPENCE, BUTCHERS, GAMER- 
ARIIS 

1 Christoferus Fountance, taler Willelmus Sigeswicke, tailor 



1 Thomas Harvey, imbroderer 
Radulphus Parker, mercer 
Nicholaus Devis, brasier 
Thomas Goodgeon, cobler 
Johannes Stott, pewtherer 
Petrus Hutchenson, mercator 
Robertus Elwood, butcher 
Ric. Chamberleyn, feltmaker 
Thomas Thackwrey, carpenter 
Georgius Pulley n, vintiner 
Oswaldus Buckle, locksmith 



Robertus Dickson, butcher 
Henricus Crosby, tailor 
Jacobus Pinckney, sadler 
Christoferus Noble, cordiner 
Thomas Waite, goldsmyth 
Thomas Johnson, burneleader 
Johannes Calverd, baker 
Radulphus Wilson, blacksmith 
Thomas Bell, appothecarius 
Humfridus Murton, girdler 
Willelmus Poston, tapiter 



Custodes pontium. 



THE FKEEMEN OF YORK, 1613-14 



03 



Robertus Cowpland, feltmaker 
Robertus Waller, girdler 
Johannes Wright, inholder 
Willelmus Pick, tailor 
Johannes Storme, sadler 
Henricus Robinson, mercator 
Johannes Beforth, joyner 
Georgius Smalwood, draper 
Sem (sic] Casson, goldsmith 
Thomas Wright, glover 
Ambrosius Lambert, tailor 
Rogerus Farrer, tailor 
Johannes Rickison, tailor 
Edwardus Bayne, mercator 
Radulphus Browne, baker 
Johannes Riveley, tailor 



Stephanus Cowpland, glasier 
Johannes Watson, lynnenweaver 
Willelmus Faber, chandler 
Henricus Hall, feltmaker 
Robertus Maineprice, draper 
Thomas Milner, blacksmith 
Johannes Waller, malster 
Samuel Purden, blacksmith 
Thomas Watson, tanner 
Willelmus Carter, cowper 
Arthurus Watson, carpenter 
Cuthbertus Harland, tiler 
Henricus Harland, joyner 
Thomas Terry, tailor 
Thomas Wilson, blacksmith 



PER PATRES 

Robertus Brittan. imbroderer, fil. Tristrami Brittan, imbroderer 
Henricus Wilson, locksmith, fil. Ricardi Wilson, locksmith 
Marcus Metcalf, mercator, fil. Johannis Metcalf, mercatoris 
Georgius Robinson, tanner, fil. Leonardi Robinson, tanner 
Johannes Newby, cordiner, fil. Johannis Newby, cordiner 
Jacobus Dobson, joyner, fil. Christoferi Dobson, butcher 
Edwardus Bedford, pynner, fil. Johannis Bedford, tapiter 
Georgius Fairwether, mercator, fil. Georgii Fair wether, inholder 
Stephanus Watson, grocer, fil. Roberti Watson, grocer 
Willelnris Burton, tappiter, fil. Radulphi Burton, carpenter 
Georgius Lumley, tailor, fil. Ricardi Lumley, tailer 
Thomas Willoby, vintiner, fil. (blank) Willoby, joyner 
Matthaeus Clark, feltmaker, fil. Christoferi Clark, feltmaker 
Matthaeus Malton, tanner, fil. Roberti Malton, tanner 
Jacobus Brooke, grocer, fil. Johannis Brook, mercer 
Leonardus Donkyn, joyner, fil. Willelmi Donkyn, blacksmith 
Radulphus Bussy, cocus, fil. Johannis Bussy, joyner 
Georgius Thompson, glasier, fil. Roger! Thompson, glasier 
Stephanus Robinson, tanner, fil. Leonardi Robinson, tanner 
Robertus Wilson, tiler, fil. Willelmi Wilson, habberdasher 



12 JAC. I, ELIZEA MICKLETHWAITE, MAJOEE. WILL. FKANCK, 
JAC. FOXCEOFT, EDM. COWPEE, MEECATOEIBUS, THO. 
HODGSON, MEECEE, CHEIS. BAYNE, GEOC., WILL. WILSON, 
APOTH., JAC. WEIGHT, BAK., THO. LASENBY, CAEPENTEE, 
CAMEEAEIIS 



Willelmus Kidson, clockmaker 
Franciscus Wardell, marriner 
Johannes Cuningham, sadler 



Tho. Cock, barber chirurgeon 
Johannes Buckton, bricklayer 
Willelmus Robinson, mercator 



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THE FREEMEN QF YORK, 1614 



Anthonius Nicholson, currier 
Rowlandus Lawson, joyner 
Willelmus Smith, tailor 
Leonardus Grayson, tailor 
Johannes Cotes, tailor 
Robertus Beane, tailor 
Jacobus Magson, appothecary 
Brianus Browne, dyer 
Anthonius Hartforth, butcher 
Franciscus Dixon, locksmith 
Johannes Bradley, pewtherer 
Thomas Leake, blacksmithe 
Edmundus Smyth, blacksmith 
Willelmus Snawden, tailer 
Johannes Tophan, grocer 
Thomas Pearson, tailor 
Thomas Jellatson, tailor 
Thomas Smith, lynnenweaver 
Ricardus Sadler, carpenter 
Henricus Rogers, clericus 
Franciscus Burdon, baker 
Willelmus Man, habberdasher 



Jacobus Peares, mercator 
Egidius Dodesworth, tiler 
Lewis Cooke, clockmaker 
Willelmus Lasynby, tailor 
Tristram Lister, imbrotherer 
Johannes Vause, silkweaver 
Jacobus Sowray, silkweaver 
Willelmus Setterthwaite, tailor 
Petrus Knapton, imbrotherer 
Georgius Franck, marcator 
Mathaeus Hall, tanner 
Georgius Watson, tailor 
Lawrentinus Elsworth, millianer 
Thomas Cowper, cocus 
Johannes Smith, cocus 
Willelmus Watson, tailor 
Leonardus Bayne, habberdasher 
Robertus Gray, butcher 
Johannes Booth, marcer 
Ralph French, barber 
Christoferus Foster, marcator 



PER PATBES 

Johannes Brear, baker, fil. Ricardi Brear, baker 

Thomas Coltman, cutler, fil. Thomae Coltman, cutler 

Johannes Daile, tailer, fil. Ricardi Daile, butcher 

Robertus Clay, sadler, fil. Willelmi Clay, silkweaver 

Edwardus Wreakes, tailor, fil. Michaelis Wreakes, inholder 

Robertus Wright, tailor, fil. Percivalli Wright, carpenter 

Jacobus Rider, butcher, fil. Anthonii Ryder, butcher 

Henricus Hutchenson, glover, fil. Johannis Hutchinson, fishmonger 

Johannes Brecken, bricklayer, fil. Willelmi Brecken, tailor 

Johannes Gates, baker, fil. Willelmi Gates, baker 

Thomas Dunninge, millioner, fil. Georgii Duninge, grocer 

Tobias Marshall, grocer, fil. Willelmi Marshall, mercer 

Thomas Burdon, cordyner, fil. Ricardi Burdon, joyner 

[blank] Maye, grocer, fil. Thomae May, habberdasher 

Willelmus Lister, imbrotherer, fil. Tristrami Lister, inholder 

Rogerus Geldard, tanner, fil. Ricardi Geldard, butcher 

Ricardus Greneup, glover, fil. Willelmi Greneup, glover 

Franciscus Pybus, cowper, fil. Johannis Pybus, partchmentmaker 

Edwerdus Mountayne, cocus, fil. Georgii Mountayne, inholder 

Michaelis Tomlinson, millner, fil. Thomae Tomlynson, yeoman 

Georgius Hardye, baker, fil. Christopheri Hardie, baker 

Robertus Watson, cocus, fil. Johannis Watson 

Matthaeus Key, habberdasher, fil. Georgii Key, tailor 

Willelmus Empson, pewtherer, fil. Johannis Empson, marcatoris 



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65 



13 JAC. I, WILL. GRENEBURY, MAJORE. CHRIS. TOPHAN, WILL, 
ROBINSON, MERCATORIBUS, CHRIS. CROFT, MERCER, EDW. 
BLOCKLEY, GENT., ANTH. MONCKTON, DRAPER, LEON. JACKSON, 
TANN., GEO. TENAND, HABERDASHER, WILL. WHARTON 
CHANDLER, CAMERARIIS 



Thomas Richardson, silkweaver 
Willelmus Robinson, baker 
Willelmus Thompson, cowper 
Timotheus Padgett, mercer 
Phillippus Waller, tanner 
Ricardus Garnett, draper 
Charrolus Crofte, tailor 
Christopherus Musgrave, sher- 

man 

Robertas Smith, milner 
Anthonius Batchler, marcator 
Stephanus Snell, marcator 
Sallomon Daye, imbrotherer 
Nicholas Knutton, laborer 
Gilbertus Fawber, cordiner 
Robertus Todd, imbrotherer 
Samuel Hoyle, marcator 
Jacobus Dickonson, cocus 
Britanus Robinson, pewtherer 
Thomas Chappell, tailor 
Ricardus Leake, appothecary 
Robertus Williamson, milner 
Anthonius Whitus, tailor 
Johannes Daggett, sadler 
Thomas Wilson, bricklayer 



Nehemias Janson, tailor 
Henricus Wray, glover 
Thomas Sturdie, joyner 
Thomas Mawe, marcator 
Rogerus Cartwright,partchment- 

maker 

Rogerus Bargeman, goldsmith 
Johannes Hillary, cordmer 
Anthonius Dickson, tailor 
Bygod Blades, cordiner 
Thomas Ventris, carver 
Willelmus Wales, panyerman 
Willelmus Sherwen, armorer 
Robertus Hutchenson, partch- 

mentmaker 

Willelmus Dynnes, tanner 
Arthurus Robinson, joyner 
Thomas Cherry, cordiner 
Thomas Saunderson, blacksmith 
Willelmus Lawson, cowper 
Willelmus Foxton, tappiter 
Willelmus Austen, baker 
Willelmus Harte, tailor 
Ricardus Dossye, liningweaver 
Johannes Levett, mercer 



PER PATEES 

Johannes Smith, painter, fil. Gabriel Smith, inholder 

Johannes Smith, millioner, fil. Edwardi Smith, carpenter 

Christoferus Fisher, feltmaker, fil. Johannis Fisher, feltmaker 

Johannes Scawsby, glover, fil. Ricardi Scausby, brasier 

Johannes Smith, butcher, fil. Stephani Smith, butcher 

Willelmus Hartforth, butcher, fil. Pefcri Hartforth, cordiner 

Symond Porter, joyner, fil. Ed. Porter, carpenter 

Johannes Bayne, mercator, fil. Francisci Bayne, mercatoris 

Christofer Hunter, tailor, fil. Georgii Hunter, tiler 

Johannes Bowmer, cordiner, fil. Johannis Bowmer, cordmer 

Johannes Yates, cocus, fil. Willelmi Yates, tanner 

Ambrosius Richardson, cordiner, fil. Thomae Richardson, cordiner 

Willelmus Graye, mercer, fil. Ricardi Graye, butcher 

Georgius Greneburie, draper, fil. Leonardi Greneburie, mercatoris 

Willelmus Hall, skynner, fil. Roberti Hall, locksmith 

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66 



THE FREEMEN OF YORK, 1615-16 



Nicholas Lister, painter, fil. Roberti Lister, coci 
Thomas Hall, yeoman, fil. Nicholai Hall, yeoman 
Leonardus Place, yeoman, fil. Leonardi Place, glover 
Richardus Ellwick, generosus, fil. Georgii Elwick, sadler 
Robertus Marshall, laborer, fil. Martini Marshall, mercatoris 
Christopherus Ledell, pinner, fil. Thomaa Ledell, tanner 
Thomas Dawson, cordiner, fil. Johannis Dawsone, millner 
Franciscus Topham, habberdasher, fil. (blank) Topham, butcher 
Johannes Younge, musicon, fil. Willelmi Younge, musition 
Milo Pearson, blacksmith, fil. Briani Peareson, blacksmith 
Thomas Grayson, joyner, fil. Radulphi Grayson, spurrier 
Robertus Tenant, tapiter, fil. Charroly Tenant, blacksmith 
Christopherus Bowsfeild, draper, fil. Johannis Bowsfeild, draper 
Georgius Webster, glover, fil. Johannis Webster, spurrier 
Robertus Bridekirke, tanner, fil. Thomae Bridekirke, tapeter 



14 JAC. I, EOB. ASKWITH, MILITE, MAJORE. JAC. HUTCHENSON, 
LEONR. SCOTT, MERCATORIBUS, MATTH. BUTTON, WILL. 
ALLANSON, DRAPERS. RIG. WALKER, GROG., THO. CLARKE, 
TAIL., HEN. SAWLEY, HABERDASHER, JOH. WILKINSON, 
MILNER, CAMERARIIS 



Radulphus Horner, mereator 
Christopherus Dickonson, mer- 
eator 

Anthonius Yeoman, taylor 
Willelmus Closse, tailor 
Edwardus Waun, baker 
Owen Blith, butcher 
Johannes Fawcett, inholder 
Henry Day, barber 
Tho. Munckhouse, liningweaver 
Edwardus Graves, liningweaver 
Ralph Kidd, musition 
Lancelotus Sweard, mereator 
Anthonius Garford, draper 
Edwardus Chester, panyerman 
Richard Wilkinson, panyerman 
Robertus Davy, silkweaver 
Brianus Dent, silkweaver 
Thomas Barneby, carpenter 
Rogerus Blanshard, inholder 
Thomas Pottes, draper 
Johannes Wilkinson, cowper 
Ricardus Brogden, mereator 
Jacobus Deane, mercer 
Jacobus Metcalfe, butcher 
Rogerus Scarr, bucher 



Edw. Whittell, hornebreaker 
Johannes Stabley, taylor 
Xpoferus Mountayne, tapiter 
Johannes Harrison, porter 
Rob. Worne als. Wren, baker 
Thomas Harrison, baker 
Johannes Pepper, mercer 
Thomas Bell, taylor 
Johannes Lamley, joyner 
Johannes Barren, butcher 
Randall Stubbes, butcher 
Georgius Franck, mercer 
Georgius Harland, locksmith 
Willelmus Rogers, bricklayer 
Ralph Webster, inholder 
Robertus Jackson, taylor 
Seath Archbutt, marriner 
Georgius Marty n, arnaorer 
Johannes Geldart, sadler 
Jesper Foster, goldsmith 
Mathaeus Tippinge, glasier 
Joh. Ward, instrumentmaker 
Hugo Sawley, habberdasher 
Willelmus Plewman, blacksmith 
Georgius Waller, sadler 
Jefferey Collier, cordiner 



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Thomas Simpson, taylor 
Brianus Richardson, partchment- 

maker 

Willelmus Nicholson, carpainter 
James Corker, inholder 
Mathaeus Browne, baker 
Richard Richardson, porter 
Brianus Preston, silkweaver 



Johannes Bogg, liningweaver 
Georgius Bosse, tailor 
Willelmus Cowston, panyerman 
Christopher Waide 
Marmaducus Wetherell, glasier 
Michaell Todd, brasier 
Thomas Tirry, pewtherer 
Robertus Warter, currier 



PER PATRES 

Robertus Wright, glover, fil. Henrici Wright, brasier 

Christopherus Hodshon, draper, fil. Xpoferi Hodshon, inholder 

Willelmus Scrafton, barber, fil. Johannis Scrafton, cordiner 

Johannes Henlake, briclayer, fil. Simonis Henlake, bricklayer 

Marcus Scaling, tanner, fil. Charoli Scalinge, tanner 

Georgius Newsome, vintener, fil. Johannis Newsome, locksmith 

Rob. Harrington, goldsmith, fil. Christopheri Harrington, goldsmith 

Georgius Turner, martchant, fil. Edwardi Turner, merchant 

Christopherus Hutton, glover, fil. Thomas Hutton, tapiter 

Petrus Sibbet, taylor, fil. Willelmi Sibbet, taylor 

Johannes Waite, goldsmith, fil. Johannis Waite, glover 

Jacobus Clay, tappiter, fil. Willelmi Clay, silkweaver 

Anthonius Dutton, fysshmonger, fil. Thomse Dutton, fysshmonger 

Thomas Richardson, armorer, fil. Thomas Richardson, armorer 

(blank) Peighen, (blank) fil. Thomas Peighen, 

Thomas Harrison, cordiner, fil. Johannis Harrison, cordiner 

Richard Runder, cordiner, fil. Symonis Runder, butcher 

Willelmus Walkinton, cordiner, fil. Georgii Walkinton, tanner 

Willelmus Yates, tanner, fil. Willelmi Yates, tanner 

Jacobus Hodshon, sadler, fil. Petri Hodshon, coci 

Thomas Yates, taylor, fil. Willelmi Yates, taylor 

Thomas Wood, habberdasher, fil. Johannis Wood 

Willelmus Newby, currier, fil. Francisci Newby, currier 

15 JAC. I, THO. AGAR, MAJORS. ABR. HEMINGWAY, LEON. WED- 
DELL, MERCATORIBUS, ROB. MOORE, GROG., WILL. BRADLEY, 
VINT., JOH. BISHOP, GENER., AUSTINO HAWGHTON, INHOLD., 
CHRIS. WAIDE, JOH. WILBERFOSSE, FRAN. TOPHAN, HABER- 
DASHER, WILL. MAISON, COCO, CAMERARHS 

Mathasus Dent, sadler | Johannes Worth, carpenter 

Franciscus Egleleild, mercator | Johannes Harrison, cordiner 



Joh. Bucher, tanner, panyerman 
Ricardus Robinson, marriner 
Will. Wilkinson, blacksmith 
Willelmus Vesse, cordiner 
Charrolus Husband, mercer 
Johannes Bilclif, clockmaker 
Martinus Whelas, taylor 



Thomas Unitt, mercator 
Robertus Knight, mercer 
Willelmus Hardye, baker 
Joh. Brigges, tallowchandler 
Barnardus Gregges, armorer 
Johannes Bland, taylor 
Jacobus Scott, currier 

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THE FREEMEN OF YORK, 1617-18 



Johannes Ary, brasier 
Ricardus Newton, tanner 
Ricardus Harper, tanner 
Willelmus Corney, taylor 
Symon Prince, tanner 
Ricardus Smith, porter 
Stephanus Spence, pewtherer 
Nicholaus Northaby, inholder 
Willelmus Sober, mercer 
Ottiwell Wardrop, cordiner 
Samuell Pawson, mercator 



Johannes Marshall, taylor 
Edwardus Loftus, cordiner 
Joh. Colthirst, habberdasher 
Ricardus Marshall, imbrotherer 
Arthurus Pepper, habberdasher 
Thomas Mathew, sadler 
Rogerus Morwyn, taylor 
Nicholaus Wayinman, taylor 
Thomas Maskall, imbrotherer 
Johannes Camadge, merchant 
Edwardus Carter, liningweaver 
Willelmus Foster, millioner 

PER PATEES 

Henricus Thompson, mercator, fil. Henrici Thompson, mercatoris 
Georgius Fell, tailor, fil. Barthollomei Fell 
Georgius Watson, draper, fil. Georgii Watson, draper 
Willelmus Jaques, mercator, fil. Johannis Jaques, mercatoris 
Will. Wilson, taylor, fil. Leonardi Wilson, jirkingmaker, def. 
Tytus Roxby, milner, fil. Johannis Roxbie, mylner, def. 
Franciscus Midleton, milner, fil. Edwardi Middleton, milner, def. 
Thomas Smythe, pinner, fil. Ricardi Smithe, tanner, def. 
Robertus Place, cordiner, fil. Johannis Place, cordiner 
Edwardus Wilkinson, parchmentmaker, fil. Leonardi Wilsson, parch- 

mentmaker 

Matthseus Hunter, sadler, fil. Georgii Hunter, tyler 
Robertus Dixon, joyner, fil. Jacobi Dixon, joyner, def. 
Willelmus Geldart, silkweaver, fil. Willelmi Geldart, currier 
Ricardus Cowper, silkweaver, fil. Bartholomeei Cowper, tailor 
Hugo Cook, pewtherer, fil. Thomas Cook, pewtherer 
Willelmus Nevell, mercer, fil. Henrici Nevell, mercatoris 
Mathewe Bickerton, silkweaver, fil. Willelmi Bickerton, bricklayer 
Willelmus Haiton, gouldsmith, fil. Willelmi Haiton, millioner 
Petrus Metcalfe, butcher, fil. Jacobi Metcalfe, butcher 
Phelex Bannester, mercator, fil. Johannis Bannester, mercatoris 
Georgius Watson, draper, fil. Georgii Watson, draper 



16 JAC. I, WILL. ROBINSON, MAJORE. THO. DAWSON, WILL. 
BANNESTER, MERCATORIBUS, ROB. PANNET, DRAP., JOH. 
BECK, GROC., WILL. WILSON, APOTH., GEO. DEANE, JAC. 
CORKER, INHOLD., WILL. SMITH, HABERDASHER, CAMERARIIS 



Rogerus Jaques, mercator 
Ricardus Sill, mercator 
Hearsius Denton, inholder 
Thomas Pausax, vintiner 
Willelmus Pibus, tailor 
Thomas Stockton, inholder 
Willelmus Matheus, mercator 



Henricus Daile, pannyerman 
Willelmus Stagge, tailor 
Georgius Idle, pewtherer 
Petrus Salmond, tailor 
Laurentius Tailor, millioner 
Franciscus Sheilds, carpenter 
Ricardus Browne, linnen weaver 



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Alexaunder Lund, sadler 
Cuthbertus Johnson, spurrier 
Eicardus Harrison, tailor 
Christopher Penrose, tailor 
Valentinus Empson, draper 
Wilfrid Dixon, feltmaker 
Edwardus Hall, barber churgeon 
Thomas Lasinby, tanner 
Willelmus Gill, bricklayer 
Thomas Pickeringe, tiler 
Edw. Whalley, worsteadweaver 
Bicardus Westoby, tailor 
Bobertus Wilkinson, arrmorer 
Willelmus Hinde, tailor 
Cornelius Atkinson, tailor 
Leonard Saier, inholder 



Lancelotus Eden, linnenweaver 
Thomas Hewley, draper 
Bicardus Nelson, carver 
Thomas Procktor, chandler 
Willelmus Francis, tailor 
Jacobus Cowper, blacksmith 
Georgius Thompson, barber- 

churgion 

Thomas Hutchingson, mercer 
Thomas Wright, apothecarius 
Christofer Crofte, mercer 
Will. Stabley, parchmentmaker 
Bicardus Busby, habberdasher 
Thomas Slater, grocer 
Thomas Stephenson, tailor 
Nicholas Dobbison, cobler 
Chris. Best, barberchurgion 

PEE PATEES 

Bobertus Waddesworth, mercator, fil. Joh. Waddesworth, mercatoris 
Bobertus Wilkinson, inholder, fil. Henrici Wilkinson, tanner 
Edwardus Nolson, 1 porter, fil. (blank] 
Thomas Bivice, porter, fil. Thomas Bivice, bricklayer 
Paulus Wright, baker, fil. Pauli Wright, carpenter 
Christoferus Hunton, tailor, fil. Hugonis Huiiton, tailor 
Willelmus Warrcup, tailor, fil. Hugonis Warrcup, hatter 
Bicardus Bichardson, millioner, fil. Lawr. Bichardson, millioner 
Johannes Dighton, baker, fil. Bichardi Dighton, baker 
Edwardus Bundall, butcher, fil. Johannis Bundal, pewtherer 
Johannes Barton, tailor, fil. Hugonis Barton, tailor 
Hen. Winfcerbourne, fyshmonger, fil. Geo. Winterbourne, fisshmonger 
Henricus Hunter, bricklayer, fil. Georgii Hunter, bricklayer 
Johannes Inman, butcher, fil. Thomas Inman, butcher 
Willelmus Basshler, butcher, fil. Johannis Basshler, butcher 
Johannes Geldart, marcator, fil. Bicardi Geldart, butcher 

17 JAC. I, WILL. WALTER, MAJORE. HEN. THOMPSON, MERCAT., 
ANDR. MAY, GROG., THO. SMITHIES, APOTH., JOH. MEBOURNE, 
WILL. TENNAND, INHOLDERS, JOH. HUTCHINSON, SADLER, RAD. 
WILLSON, BLACKSMYTH, ABR. FABER, CHANDLER, CAMERARHS 



John Maisterman, fishmonger 
Chr. Preston, bricklayer 
Bichard Catterton, carpenter 
Thomas^Jjeeming, milner 
Bichard Davie, tanner 
Edward Danser, grocer 
Mathew Usher, panyerman 

1 Nicholson in the 



William Taylor, linnen draper 
William Preston, feltmaker 
John Freare, butcher 
John Bradley, butcher 
William Caras, parchmentmaker 
Henrie Grave, currier 
Thomas Granger, butcher 

Chamberlain's Books. 



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THE FKEEMEN OF YOKE, 1619-20 



Nicholas Towres, sopeboyler 
Seath Waite, taylor 
Francis Atkinson, taylor 
John Girdler, musiconer 
Mathew Blith, butcher 
George Buck, freemason 
Robert Swinbank, blacksmith 
John Either, tanner 
Christopher Barwick, butcher 
Robert Dodsworth, porter 
Peeter Howe, taylor 
Hugh Currer, draper 
John Bovell, taylor. His son 
Francis a freeman 1663 



Robert Franke, mercer 
William Wawdbie, stationer 
George Otley, bricklayer 
John Willmson, carpenter 
Thomas Spence, taylor 
Thomas- Ray, cordiner 
John Best, taylor 
Leonard Beckwith, tanner 
Henry Busbie, taylor 
Richard Pratt, feltmaker 
Thomas Dinis, butcher 
Thomas Marshall, taylor 
John Bradley, inholder 
John Bugg, pinner 



PER PATRES 

Robertus Kiddall, baker, fil. Roberti Kiddall, baker 

Thomas Haiton, parchmentmaker, fil. Willelmi Haiton, cordiner 

Willelmus Sharr, glover, fil. Johannis Sharr, goldsmith 

Robertus Hardie, baker, fil. Radulphi Hardie, baker 

Joh. Holdsworth, uppholster, fil. Roberti Holdsworth, uppholster 

Robertus Fell, tapiter, fil. Xpoferi Fell, tappiter 

Johannes Waslinge, tanner, fil. Roberti Wasling, taylor 

Thomas Widdowes, joyner, fil. Edwardi Widdowes, taylor 

Launcelotus Geldart, silkweaver, fil. Johannis Geldart, currier 

Jacobus Plumer, goldsmith, fil. Michaeli Plumer, taylor 

Thomas Willmson, vintener, fil. Petri Willmson, sadler 



18 JAC. I, CHEIS. DICKINSON, MAJOKE. SAM. PAWSON, MEECAT., 
EAD. HOENEE, THO. UNITT, JOH. PEPPEE, MEECEE, THO. 
PLACE, GEOC., GEO. PULLAN, VINT., WILL. GEAY, BUTCH., 
XPOF. HAELAND, TAYL., CAMEEAEIIS 



George Robinson, baker 
John Prowde, mercator 
Thomas Wightman, taylor 
John Clarke, cordiner 
Richard Banks, haberdasher 
Michaeli Bell, braizer 
Francis Tyreman, milloner 
Edmond Metcalfe, mercator 
Leon. Awderson, appothecary 
John Norman, innholder 
James Pallister, laborer 
Michael Pallister, laborer 
Thomas Barnes, taylor 
Henry Gill, millner 
Galfridus Riley, sawer 



George Nicholson, sadler 
Robert Gill, innholder 
Marke Empson, merchant 
William Powle, grocer 
Thomas Beckwith, mercator 
William Byard, chanler 
Alex. Wilkinson, blacksmith 
Henry Leeds, sadler 
James Rosingdale, mariner 
Francis Smith, taylor 
Robert Ridgell, linnenweaver 
John Pearson, sadler 
Thomas Kirsey, turner 
John Bowling, carpinter 
John Lovell, draper 



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Thomas Willson, cowper 
Edward Ores wick, innholder 
Richard Cundall, joyner 
John Spencer, baker 
Thomas Snow, bricklayer 
William Morley, girdler 
William Scott, barber 
Thomas Squire, loksmith 



Charles Thompson, feltmaker 
George Baley, grocer 
Xpofer Settle, worstedweaver 
Michaell Bowes, butcher 
John Lund, curryer 
William Gammas, baker 
Marmaduke Crosbie, glazier 
William Hutchinson, tanner 



PER PATRES 

Christopherus Nevell, cordiner, fil. Henrici Nevell, mercatoris 
Eobertus Horner, mercator, fil. Yorke Horner, mercatoris, def. 
Franciscus Laicock, milner, fil. Michaeli Laicock, glover 
Willelmus Webster, taylor, fil. Willelmi Webster, girdler 
Paulus Bussie, taylor, fil. Johannis Bussie, joyner 
Johannes Batchler, junior, butcher, fil. Johannis Batchler, butcher 
Tymotheus Fothergill, joyner, fil. Willelmi Fothergill, tanner 
Edwardus Hall, locksmith, fil. Boberti Hall, locksmith, def. 
Jacobus Calverd, butcher, fil. Willelmi Calvert, butcher, def. 
Phillippus Halliwell, feltmaker, fil. Georgii Halliwell, feltmaker 
Thomas Spencer, feltmaker, fil. ThomsB Spencer, feltmaker 
Georgius late, glover, fil. Willelmi Yates, tanner 
Thomas Burton, tanner, fil. Francisci Burton, tapiter 
Rogerus Siddall, mercer, fil. Boberti Siddall, mercer 
Johannes Walker, armorer, fil. Galfridi Walker, draper 
Jacobus Hodgson, mariner, fil. Petri Hodgson, mercatoris 
Sampson Thompson, bower, fil. Edwardi Thompson, girdler 
Willelmus Smith, grocer, fil. Thomse Smith, grocer 



19 JAC. I, BOB. MYKES, MAJORE. ROB. HORNER, THO. NEVELL, 
MERCATORIBUS, GEO. WATSON, DRAP., JOH. MYRES, GENT., 
STEP. WATSON, GROG., RIG. ATKINSON, TAIL., EARTH. WATMAN, 
BAKER, GEO. NICHOLSON, SADLER, CAMERARIIS 



James Haxupp, butcher 
Marmaduke Croft, mercer 
Willelmus Spinke, blacksmith 
Boger Johnson, panyerman 
Bobert Husthwaite, cowper 
Leonard Browne, cobler 
James Scruton, taylor 
James Tesimond, bricklayer 
Henrie Hoppe, mariner 
Will. Foster, parchmentmaker 
Henry Shaw, butcher 
Bichard Nelson 
Gilbert Manclins, skinner 
Thomas Wilson 



John Nelson, bricklayer 
Balph Gaile, locksmith 
John Smeaton, taylor 
William Cobb, girdler 
Bichard Bambrough, taylor 
Thomas Grainger, cordiner 
George Twislton, mercer 
Edward Everrend 
Lancelott Geldart, innholder 
Edward Watson, blacksmith 
Xpofer Johnson 
Bobert Key 

George Hunter, bricklayer 
Richard Atkinson, mariner 



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THE FKEEMEN OF YORK, 1621-2 



John Bogg, pewtherer 

Ralph Kersey, marriner 

Ralph Wilkinson 

Richard Robinson 

John Harper 

John Hutchinson 

David Gilmin 

Francis Nesse 

Xpofer Crosbie, feltmaker 

William Wasse, vintiner 

Edward Horsley, painter stainer 



Henry Spink, tanner 
Francis Morley, mercer 
Richard Windle, cordiner 
William Dawkin, baker 
John Baine, m creator 
William Sadler, taylor 
Thomas Oliver 
Martin Waide, butcher 
Henry Hall, barker 
Mathew Dawson, mercator 
John Baxter, glover 



PER PATBES 

Robertas Walker, grocer, fil. Ricardi Walker, grocer 
Xpoferus Setle, musiconer, fil. Johannis Setle, sadler 
Thomas Huthwaite, glover, fil. Willelmi Huthwaite, glover 
Leonardus Watson, fishmonger, fil. Willelmi Watson, fishmonger 
Johannes Brittan, skinner, fil. Thomae Brittan, skinner 
Paulus Edwards, mercator, fil. Lauren tii Edwards, mercatoris 
Thomas Cawood, dyer, fil. Willelmi Cawood, dyer 
Willelmus Breckan, cordiner, fil. Willelmi Brfeckan], taylor 
Ricardus Jaques, mercator, fil. Johannis Jaques, mercatoris 
Willelmus Watson, fishmonger, fil. Willelmi Watson, fishmonger 
Ricardus Lockarmoth, millener, fil. Cuthberti Loc. (sic), glover 
Xpoferus Taylor, tanner, fil. Jacobi Taylor, tanner 
Thomas Ray, armorer, fil. Mansfeild Ray, armorer 
Edwardus Sampson, butcher, fil. Johannis Sampson, glover 
Thomas Thornell, cooke, fil. Ricardi Thornell, skinner 
Robertus Laicock, taylor, fil. Michaell Laicock, glover 
Willelmus Halley, merchant, fil. W 7 illelmi Halley, generosi 



20 JAC. I, WILL. BKEAEEY, MAJOEE. THO. HEEBEET, PHIL. 
HAEBAT, GEO. FEANKE, MEECHANTS, THO. SQUIEE, MEECEE, 
THO. HULEY, DEAP., FEAN. BUCKLE, TAIL., WILL. FAIEEWETHEE, 
INHOLD., JOH. BENSON, FOUNDOUB, CAMEEAEIIS 



William Heword, vintnor 
James Belt, merchant 
Robert Lund, taylor 
Edward Williamson, cowper 
George Pearson, bricklayer 
John Furnasse, baskett maker 
James Beckwith, locksmith 
John Mason, merchant 
Michaell Duning, glover 
John Swanne, parchmentmaker 
William Wilton, butcher - 
Byran Thompson, taylor 



William Wilkinson, tanner 
Peeter Metcalfe, cordiner 
Thomas Geldart, sadler 
Xpofer Loft, silkeweaver 
Robert Leauer, mercer 
Robert Harrison, merchant 
Umfrey Hall, taylor 
Marmaduke Leife, taylor 
Thomas Staplton, taylor 
Francis Middlton 
Robert Fox, glover 
Peeter Mann, draper 



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William Watkinson, draper 
Robert Scott, lorriman 
Henry Simpson, joyner 
Mathew Batchler, carpenter 
John Owsterby, carpenter 
Thomas Whiting, tanner 
Richard Lulley, merchant 
John Marshall, baker 



Mathew Fawcett, tanner 
Gabriell Freeman, draper 
Simon Bucton, taylor 
James Poade, milner 
Samuell Levitt, merchant 
Thomas Bugg, baker 
Robert Wilkinson, taylor 
Mathew Bew, carpenter 



PEE PATEES 

Michaelus Rainton, bricklayer, fil. Johannis Rainton, goldsmith 
Will. Nicholson als. Riley, locksmith, fil. Joh. Nicholson als. Riley 
Richardus Chapman, tanner, fil. Georgii Chapman, tanner 
Radulphus Robinson, tanner, fil. Leonardi Robinson, tanner 
Robertas Vaux, mercer, fil. Anthonii Vause, tapiter 
Willelmus Richardson, tailor, fil. Bryani Richardson, cordiner 
Johannes Frost, goldsmith, fil. Willelmi Frost, goldsmith 
Robertus Copland, barber, fil. Willelmi Cowpland 
Johannes Greenopp, glover, fil. Johannis Greenopp, glover 
Georgius Greateheade, silkweaver, fil. Georgii Greateheade, joyner 
Percivell Weare, carpenter, fil. Nicholai Weare, carpenter 
Paulus Greateheade, taylor, fil. Georgii Greateheade, joyner 
Radulphus Cowper, butcher, fil. Christopheri Cowper, butcher 
Willelmus Marshall, joyner, fil. Thomas Marshall, joyner 
Willelmus Preston, pinner, fil. Roberti Preston, haberdasher 
Ellias Edwards, mercator, fil. Laurentii Edwards, mercatoris 
Johannes Wilson, barber, fil. Georgii Wilson, carpenter 
Robertus Pacock, taylor, fil. Roberti Pacock, mercatoris 
Ricardus Speede, cordiner, fil. Willelmi Speede, haberdasher 



21 JAC. I, MATTH. TOPHAN, MAJORE. CHRISTOF. DICKINSON, 
JOH. BAINE, JOH. MASON, MERCHS., ROB. FRANK, MERC., 
GABR. FREEMAN, DRAP., PET. PICK, INHOLD., WILL. SIDDALL, 
JOH. CALVERT, BAKERS, CAMERARIIS 



Thomas Preston, taylor 
John Scrafton, taylor 
Xpoferus Burne, blacksmith 
John Hubie, uppholster 
William Nicholson, butcher 
Anthony Wharton, merchant 
George Scarth, linnenweaver 
John Trotter, cordiner 
Will. Winterburne, fishmonger 
John Mowbray, linnenweaver 
John Poade, milner 
James Browne, baker 
Richard Dobbison, linnenweaver 



Henry Doue, glover 
Thomas Mayson, glover 
Oswald Teshton, cordiner 
Edward Giles, taylor 
William Savage, inholder 
Hugone Bucton, butcher 
James Hopkinson, merchant 
Richard Stephenson, feltmaker 
Robert Plaxton, butcher 
William Kendall, carpenter 
John Morley, taylor 
Seath Barnard, taylor 
Thomas Hixon, taylor 



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THE FREEMEN OF YORK, 1623-4 



Thomas Garnett, mercer 
Thomas Myres, taylor 
Eobert Watson, tanner 
George Pybus, baker 
William Baley, milloner 



Tho. Swainson, linningweaver 
John Smith, innholder 
Patrick Howell, musiconer 
Henry Stubbs, taylor 
Christopher Tophan, merchant 



PEE PATBES 



Christopherus Standeven, vintiner, fil. Johannis Standeven, vintiner 
Thomas Browne, barber, fil. Edwardi Browne, taylor 
Bicardus Wray, tanner, fil. Bicardi Wray, tanner 
(blank) North, clockmaker, fil. Willelmi North, innholder 
Parcivellus Murton, sadler, fil. Parcivalli Murton, innholder 
Bicardus Homer, laborer, fil. Jacobi Homer, feltmaker 
Anthonius Cooke, locksmith, fil. Thomas Cooke, pewtherer 
Chris. Thompson, linningweaver, fil. Georgii Thompson, joyner 
Henricus Nevell, silkweaver, fil. Henrici Nevell, mercatoris 
Johannes Davie, baker, fil. Thomas Dauie, taylor 
Franciscus Beckwith, feltmaker, fil. Willelmi Beckwith, feltmaker 
Jacobus Dixon, cowper, fil. Johannis Dixon, mercatoris 
Willelmus Murton, baker, fil. Parcivelli Murton, innholder 
Laurencius Watson, grocer, fil. Willelmi Watson, bearbrewer 
Bobertus .Williamson, goldsmith, fil. Petri Williamson, sadler 
Bicardus Dawson, joyner, fil. Johannis Dawson, bricklayer 
Henricus Wright, baker, fil. Jacobi Wright, baker 
Josephus Fountance, armorer, fil. Christopheri Fountance, taylor 
Georgius Helricke, glover, fil. Anthonii Helricke, cordiner 
Henricus Wharton, tanner, fil. Bryani Wharton, tanner 
Willelmus Kitchinman, taylor, fil. Willelmi Kitchinman, taylor 
Bobertus Fawdington, marriner, fil. Willelmi Fawdington, draper 
Johannes Seeker, vintner, fil. Edwardi Seeker, vintiner 
Willelmus Lee, milner, fil. Henrici Lee, milner 

22 JAC. I ET 1 CAR. I, THO. LAWNE, MAJORE. WILL. 
MATHEWES, MERCAT., RAD. NEVELL, MERCER, MART. LAW, 
RENCE, GEO. HARDIE, BAKERS, JAC. TAYLOR, TANN., ROB. SMITH, 
CORD., RIG. COLTMAN, CUTLER, JAC. BELL, MILLONER, CAMERA - 
RIIS 



Anthonius Brooke, innholder 
Nicholeas Bareheade, baker 
George Hunter, innholder 
John Smith, innholder 
Willelmus Danser, merchant 
Thomas Hillarie, cordiner 
George Simondson, roper 
John Wright, milloner 
Henrie Marshall, feltmaker 
John Pope, silkeweaver 
George Wade, linnenweaver 



John Greene, taylor 
Peeter Etherington, parchment- 
maker 

Thomas Langley, grocer 
Boger Caley, baker 
William Greene, bricklayer 
William Thompson, innholder 
Peeter Gell, bricklayer 
Edmond Cowton, cordiner 
George Foster, silkeweaver 
Sarnuell Glaive, chandler 



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75 



Richard Baines, mercator 
John Killvington, mercator 
William Dent, merchant 
Paule Beale, marcer 
Robert Skellbeck, lastmaker 
Richard Bucton, bricklayer 
William Atkinson, innholder 
George Garnett, millner 
Henrie Earles, silkeweaver 



Robert Blackburne, musiconer 
John Huntrisse, joyner 
John Key, innholder 
Robert Walkington, feltmaker 
Adam Squire, joyner 
William Smallwood, bower 
Seath Robinson, linnenweaver 
Thomas Storie, vintner 



PER PATRES 

Christopherus Kidd, sadler, fil. Xpoferi Kidd, sadler 
Johannes Thompson, sopeboyler, fil. Georgii Thompson, joyner 
Henricus Apdell, joyner, fil. Ricardi Apedell, millner 
Xpoferus Willmson, taylor, fil. Leonardi Willson, parchmentmaker 
Robertas Calvert, grocer, fil. Jacobi Calvert, baker 
Bryanus Wilson, vintnor, fil. Johannis Wilson, carpenter 
Thomas Harrington, goldsmith, fil. Xpoferi Harrington, goldsmith 
Matthseus Cowling, draper, fil. Xpoferi Cowling, butcher 
Robertus Cowper, butcher, fil. Xpoferi Cowper, butcher 
Johannes Brownelesse, baker, fil. Johannis Brownlesse, baker 
Edwardus Brathwaite, glover, fil. Cxpoferi Brathwaite, glover 
Thomas Newbie, barberchirurgeon, fil. Francisci Newbie, carryer 
Michaellus Wreakes, junior, joyner, fil. Michaelli Wreakes, innholder 
Symon Richardson, bricklayer, fil. Willelmi Richardson, bricklayer 
Laurencius Williamson, carpenter, fil. Laurencii Williamson, 

senioris, carpenter 

Henricus French, tanner, fil. Roberti French, appothecary 
Thomas French, butcher, fil. Roberti French, appothecary 
Willelmus Brittan, imbrotherer, fil. Tristrami Brittan, imbrotherer 
Robertus Ellis, bricklayer, fil. Thomae Ellis, spurryer 



1 CAE. I, LEON. BESSON, MAJORE. EOG. JAQUES, MEECAT., 
MAEM. CEOFT, MEEC., EOB. KNIGHT, MEECH., EOB. HAEEISON, 
APOTH., WILL. HALLEY, CHEIS. MANGIE, GOLDSMITH, SIM. 
COLTON, DYEE, JEFF. DENT, HABEEDASHEE, CAMEEAEIIS 



Walter Armstrong, bricklayer 
Thomas Dowzand, taylor 
Richard Barrett, fishmonger 
John Musgrave, marriner 
Thomas Foxcroft, merchant 
William Cooke, haberdasher 
John Hutchinson, taylor 
William Marston, blacksmith 
Richard Smith, mercer 
Peeter Watson, baker 
Seath Reignoulds, tanner 



John Crosse, innholder 
Thomas Bankes, hatter 
John Taylor 
William Gill, cowper 
Thomas Fetch, taylor 
William Reynard, baker 
Edward Watson, joyner 
Leonard Hill, feltmaker 
Thomas Pybus, grocer 
Edward Gilliott, merchant 
Robert Harrison, armorer 



76 



THE FREEMEN OF YORK, 1625-6 



Thomas Nelson, innholder 
Richard Shaw 
Richard Stainton, chandler 
John Norwood, innholder 
Richard Pacock, draper 
Ralph Sanderson, innholder 
Tymothie Huddson, taylor 
Richard Barnes, barber 
Edward Grant, milner 
Robert Marsingale, webster 
John Benson 
Henrie Dighton, taylor 



John Robinson, glover 
Richard Ward, musiconer 
Thomas Long, linnendraper 
Charles Satterthwait 
William Hart, putherer 
Thomas Staneley 
Thomas Ellwes 
William Ashburne, mercer 
Robert Starke, fishmonger 
Robert Barker, carpenter 
Abram Riley 



2 CAR. I, ELIA MICKLETHWAITE, MAJORE. ISRAEL. DODSWORTH, 
THO. FOXCROFT, MERCATORIBUS, GEO. SMALL WOOD, DRAP., WILL. 
ATKINSON, INHOLD., WILL. DALE, BUTCH., WILL. SHEARWIN, 
CUTL., BYGOTT BLADES, CORDIN., EDW. HUTCHINSON, INHOLD., 
JOH. BYCLIFF, CLOCKSMITH, JAC. LOBLEY, MARIN., CAMERARIIS 



William Allyott, marriner 
George Harrison, cordiner 
Thomas Hoofe, habberdasher 
Richard Fall, cordiner 
John Jackson, bricklayer 
Will. Thornbury, habberdasher 
Xpofer Tophan, merchant 
George Byard, merchant 
George Chater, draper 
Richard Key, laborer 
Tymothie Hookes, vintnor 
William Todd, feltmaker 
Thomas Procter, taylor 
Thomas Wilkinson, sadler 
Marke Bell, cordiner 
John Pickering, musiconer 
John Crakes, linnenweaver 
William Hoggart, taylor 
Andrew Nicholson, butcher 
Richard Daie, baker 
John Browne, habberdasher 
Luke Harper, sadler 



John Pullan, baker 
John Sturdie, habberdasher 
Robert Plewman, taylor 
Vincent Beverley, glover 
Fabian Hardcastle, habberdasher 
Robert Burton, butcher 
Marke Straker, musicon 
John Metcalfe, imbrotherer 
Phillipp Ellbeck, armorer 
Thomas Walkington, feltmaker 
John Richardson, milloner 
William Clarke, carpenter 
John Kidd, merchant 
Abrah. Blackburne, apothecary 
Henry Simpson, merchant 
Raph Howe 
Thomas Carter, weaver 
William Ramsden, merchant 
William Thornton, merchant 
John Dickinson, merchant 
William Tyrman, cordiner 



PER PATRES 

Johannes Walker, dyer, fil. Thomae Walker, dyer 
Johannes Robinson, tanner, fil. Johanni Robinson 
Johannes Laitham, taylor, fil. Thomae Laitham, taylor 
Johannes Fawcett, pinner, fil. (blank) Fawcett 
Radulphus Dykes, brasyer, fil. Johanni Dikes 



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77 



Georgius Key, fil. Georgii Key, taylor 

Johannes Hunter, bricklayer, fil. Georgii Hunter, bricklayer 

Franciscus Futhergill, fil. Wiilelmi Futhergill 

Henricus Awmond, fil. Anthonii Awmond 

Tristram Waite, fil. Boberti Waite 

Thomas Vaux, fil. Thomae Vaux, blacksmith 

Willelmus Greenbury, merchant, fil. Leonardi Greenburie, merchant 

Michaell Yeoman, fil. Stephan Yeoman, cordiner 

Franciscus Cooke, linnengdraper, fil. Thomse Cooke, pewtherer 

Kobertus Plewman, taylor, ppr. to Nehemias Johnson 

Vincentius Beverley, glover, appr. to Eobert Wilton, glover 

Johannes Allan, clarke, fil. Roberti Allan, mercer 

Joh. Binkes, fil. Joh. Binkes, baker, appr. to Cuth. Eogers, weaver 

Jacobus Pallaster, fil. Johannis Pallister 

Nich. Inman, fil. Thomse Inman, appr. to Rowl. Swinbank, baker 

Thomas Cowper, fil. Christopheri Cowper, butcher 

Willelmus Chapman, fil. Johannis Chapman, innholder 

Johannes Robinson, goldsmith, fil. Anth. Robinson, joyner, appr. to 

Rob. Casse 

Willelmus Harbatt, fil. Ricardi Harbart, merchant 
Will. Brearey, merchant, fil. Wiilelmi Brearey, merchant and alder. 
Christopherus Brearey, merchant, fil. Will. Brearey, merch. & alder. 
Thomas Hartley, cordiner, fil. (blank) 



3 CAE. I, ROB. BELT, MAJORS. WILL. BREAREY, CHRIS. 
BREAREY, MERCH., JAC. DEANE, MERCER, JOH. LOVELL, 
DRAP., FRAN. TYRMAN, MILONER, JAC. PLUMER, GOLDSMITH, 
ROG. BLANSHARD, INHOLD., WILL. SATTERTHWAITE, TAYLOR, 
CAMERARIIS 



Tho. Savele, miles, per redemp. 
William Tyrman, shoemaker 
James Rawden, marriner 
Hugh Glaive, sadler 
William James, taylor 
Richard Blanshard, joyner 
William Smith, weaver 
William Easingwould, taylor 
Lyonell Stock, milner 
George Pick, innholder 
Jacobus Baines, butcher 
Thomas Coates, butcher 
Thomas Yong, linnenweaver 
Richard Frankland, merchant 
Laurence Prince, feltmaker 
William Seamor, watchmaker 
Thomas Smorthwait, millner 
Richard W'ilstropp, blacksmith 
Francis Jackson, carpenter 



Robert Hardwick, blacksmith 
Bartholamew Abbott, draper 
Thomas Russell, butcher 
Richard Garthorne, carpenter 
George Robinson, a free laborer 
Gregorie Empson, mercer 
Tristram Thompson, butcher 
Adam Lucas, glover 
Xpofer Mitton, silkweaver 
Peeter Hill, tanner 
John Williamson, baker 
William Rodes, bricklayer 
Francis Emson, locksmith 
Hugh Rawson, cutler 
Robert Bilcliffe, watch (sic) 
Xpofer Smales, imbrotherer 

(erased) 

Robert Graives, linnen weaver 
Richard Browne, mercer 



78 



THE FREEMEN OF YORK, 1627-8 



William Barwick, innholder, my 

lo[rd] m[ayor], free 
Thomas Burnett, redemptuion 
Henrie Penrose, merchant 
Xpofer Fuister, mercator 
John Driffeild, mercator 



John Thompson, taylor 
Henry Tyrman, draper 
Christopher Smales, silkweaver 
Edward Nichols, blacksmith 
Gabriell Eudd, merchant 



PEE PATEES 

Johannes Mason, cordiner, fil. Georgii Mason, innholder 

Thomas Halley, tanner, fil. Valentinus Halley, tanner 

Franciscus Metcalfe, butcher, fil. Jacobi Metcalfe, butcher 

Will. Robinson, ar. fil. et her. Willelmi Eobinson, nup. alder., def. 

Phillippus Esh, fil. Roberti Esh, innholder 

Robertus Scarr, tanner, fil. Nicholai Scarr, innholder 

Willelmus Fuister, haberdasher, fil. Nicholai Fewster, haberdasher 

Johannes Beckett, spurryer, fil. Rogeri Beckett 

Thomas Crowther, fil. Henrici Crowther, vintnor 

Michaell Greenopp, blacksmith, fil. Johannis Greenopp 

Georgius Watson, grocer, fil. Roberti Watson, grocer 

Ricardus Aldcorne, weaver, fil. Roberti Aldcorne, silkweaver 

Vincentius Bousfeild, imbrotherer, fil. B. appr. Roberti Gilla (?) 

Tho. Crosley, fil. Will. Crosley, groc., appr. Rog. Beckett, spurryer 
Johannes Thompson, merchant, fil. Henrici Thompson, mercatoris 
Willelmus Harrison, bricklayer, fil. Willelmi Harrison, bricklayer 
Matthias Chappman, silkweaver, appr. Joh. Chappman, innholder 
Ricardus Aldcorne, silkweaver, fil. Roberti Aldcorne, silkweaver 
Henricus Cowper, cutler, fil. Willelmi Cowper, cordiner 
Arthurus Greenbury, baker, fil. Thomae Greenbury, draper 
Jacobus Clarke, baker, fil. Johannis Clarke, baker 
Ricardus Hart, cutler, fil. Roberti Hart, cutler 
Ric. Paule, sadler, app. Tho. Pratt, fil. Ric. Paule, haberdasher 
Johannes Lawrence, baker, fil. Martini Lawrance, baker 
Willelmus Thompson, curryer, fil. Willelmi Thompson, curryer 
Jacobus Gamble, linnen weaver, fil. Edwardi Gamble, dyer 
Johannes Gamble, linnen weaver, fil. Edwardi Gamble, dyer 
Josephus Sampson, glover, fil. Johannis Sampson, glover 



4 CAR. I, CHRIS. CROFT, MAJORE. JOH. GELTHARD, GEO. 
BYARD, WILL. RAMSDEN, JOH. PYBUS, MERCAT., ROB. LEEVER, 
RIC. BETTSON, MERCERS, MARCO EMPSON, GROCER, HEN. 
FUTHERGILL, TAYL., CAMERARIIS 



John Webster, joyner 
William Yeoman, tanner 
Lancelott Scrafton, draper 
John Marley, girdler 
John Creswick, taylor 
Richard Boulton, butcher 



John Coates, tanner 
Daniell Baycocke, painter 
Richard Tyrman, pewtherer 
Robert Lucas, taylor 
William Wilkinson, bower, 
demption 



re- 



THE FREEMEN OF YORK, 1628 



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Peeter Buttrie, marriner 
Thomas Ransom, armorer 
Robert Hailes, coppersmith 
Lancellott Slater, bricklayer 
Water Hardie, tanner 
Chr. Freare, tallowchandler 
Anne Reade, widdow, redemp. 
Adam Stephenson, taylor 
James Ettie, carpenter 
Richard Smith, taylor 
John Raper, taylor 
William Reddfearne, barberchir- 

urgeon 

Peeter Watter worth, pinner 
Raph Danby, mercer 
William Page, bearbrewer 



John Taylor, merchant 

Tho. Lovell, letherdresser, red. 

Robert Finney, linnenweaver 

William Patrick, linnenweaver 

Edward Dove, silk weaver 

Robert Chester, baker 

Thomas Screeton 

Michaell Clarkeson, blacksmith 

Charles Bosse, butcher 

Arnold Meburne, glover 

Thomas Slee 

Edward Porter, blacksmith 

Christopher Barker, merchant 

(blank) Boyes, baker 

Edward Duning, glover 



PEE PATEES 

Geo. Bovell, taylor, fil. Joh. Bovell, carpent., appr. Joh. Bovell 

Geo. Geldart, milliner, fil. Ric. Geldart, panyerman, appr. Jac. Sowrie 

Joh. Frankland, locksmith, fil. Guidonis Franckland, locksmith 

Geo. Winterburne, fishmonger, fil. Geo. Winterburne, fishmonger 

Willelmus Davye, pinner, fil. Thomae Davye, taylor 

Willelmus Little, baker, fil. Ricardi Little, baker 

Phillippus Cosltine, glover, fil. Georgii Cosltine, glover 

Thomas Binkes, baker, fil. Johannis Binkes, baker 

Matthseus Slee, joyner, fil. Thomse Slee, joyner 

Thomas Slee, locksmith, fil. illegit. Tho. Slee, appr. Christ. Watts 

Willelmus Cowton, fil. Johannis Cowton, pinner 

Geo. Cowling, baker, fil. Will. Cowling, butcher, appr. Ric. Ellarkar 

Johannes Smoothman, taylor, fil. Xpoferi Smoothman, taylor 

Edwardus Pannett, draper, fil. Roberti Pannett, draper 

Thomas Pockley, silkeweaver, fil. Simonis Pockley, silkeweaver 

Thomas Smith, dyer, fil. Johannis Smith, dyer 

Thomas Laverock, musiconer, fil. Christ. Laverock, musiconer 

Willelmus Rowland, pewtherer, fil. Ricardi Rowland, pewtherer 

Johannes Wightman, milner, fil. Johannis Wightman, milner 

Christopherus Brooke, tallowchandler, fil. Jacobi Brooke, mercatoris 

Christopherus Otley, worsted dorniz weaver, fil. Edw. Otley, armorer 

Stephanus Wilson, cordiner, fil. Johannis Willson, cordiner 

John Maxfeild, bricklayer, fil. Willelmi Maxfeild, cordiner 

Samuell Brearey, mercator, fil. Willelmi Brearey, aldermani 



80 



THE FEEEMEN OF YORK, 1629 



5 CAR I, EDM. COWPEK, MAJOBE. SAM. BKEAEEY, MERCAT., 
JAG. HOPKINSON, MEECH., JOH. GOWLAND, MEEC., SE. CASSON, 
GOLDSMITH, EIC. EOBINSON, TAYL., JOH. BEADLEY, PEWTEEEE, 
MAEK SCALINGE, WILL. WILKINSON, TANNEES, CAMEEAEIIS 



Eobert Bardie, carpenter 
William Warter, milner 
Zacarias Bailes, cordiner 
Henry Atkinson, barberchirurgan 
John Ellsworth, redemptione 
Michaell Tildesley, blacksmith 
Richard Pickard, cordiner 
Thomas Yeates, taylor 
Henry Darnton, merchant 
Charles Plurit, girdler 
Thomas Driffeild, free laborer, 

for life only 
Anthony Bellingina 
Henry Ibbson, mercer 
Thomas Dixon, baker 
Thomas Milner, redemption 
Francis Darnley, taylor 
Christopher Wilton, tanner 
Richard Crow, taylor 
William Murton, tanner 
John Fawcett, cordiner 
John Key, cowper 
John Legg, taylor 
Andr. Corney, cooke, p. red. gratis 



Christopher Baddison, baker 

John Fox, taylor 

Henrie Wigglesworth, goldsmith 

Thomas Brittan, grocer 

Ellias Kidd, glover 

Edward Lund, tanner 

Marmaduke Day, baker 

William Woodward, taylor 

Thomas Girdler, waite 

Robert Hodges, taylor, redemp. 

gratis 

William Lund, baker 
Robert Burton, tanner 
Thomas Smiddies, cordiner 
Robert Harnes, cordiner 
Stephen Clough, joyner 
Samuell Pick, joyner 
William Walles, tanner 
William Carter, blacksmith 
Robert Millner, tanner 
William Tuke, blacksmith 
Jonas Jewitt, merchant 
Joseph Nelson, appothecary 
Richard Lund, tanner 



PEE PATEES 

Ricardus Smithson, mercer, fil. Willelmi Smithson, draper 

Phillippus Smithson, draper, fil. Willelmi Smithson, draper 

Marc. Bovell, milloner, fil. Vincentii Bovell, taylor 

Robertus Rawden, grocer, fil. Henrici Rawden, grocer 

Willelmus Weetman, milner, fil. Johannis Weetman, milner 

Ricardus Hodgson, mercer, fil. Thomae Hodgson, mercer 

Will. Tallentine, imbrotherer, fil. Will. Tallentpne], blacksmith 

Ricardus Booth, habberdasher, fil. Ricardi Booth, habberdasher 

Johannes Bowser, ship carpenter, fil. Thomae Bowser, ship carpenter 

Thomas Metcalfe, butcher, fil. Jacobi Metcalfe, butcher 

Thomas Lee, gent., fil. Henrici Lee, draper 

Ricardus Hall (sic), spurryer, fil. Willelmi Haw, cordiner 

Leonardus Robinson, milloner, fil. Johannis Robinson, mercator 

Ricardus Thorpe, glover, fil. Laurentii Thorpe, taylor 

Martinus Harrison, bricklayer, fil. Johannis Harrison, bricklayer 

Ricardus Atkinson, taylor, fil. Ricardi Atkinson, taylor 

Valentinus Scarr, tanner, fil. Thomae Scarr, tanner 



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81 



Willelmus Wright, butcher, fil. Francisci Wright, butcher 
Willelmus Cowpland, milloner, fil. Roberti Cowpland, millener 
Thomas Richardson, taylor, fil. Johannis Richardson, draper 
Radulphus Huitson, pinner, fil. Willelmi Huitson, pinner 
Simon Smith, cordiner, fil. Johannis Smith, cordiner 
Franciscus Bussie, appothecary, fil. Willelmi Bussie, cooke 
Johannes Salkeld, joyner, fil. Roberti Salkeld, joyner 
Samuell Buck, joyner, fil. Nathaniell Buck, mercatoris 
Leonardus Huthwaite, glover, fil. (blank) Huthwait, glover 
Willelmus Briggham, barber, fil. Johannis Briggam, barber 
Carrolus Beane, appothecarie, fil. Ricardi Beane, appothecarie 
Thomas Burton, cordiner, fil. Thorn ae Burton, taylor 



6 CAR. I, ROB. HEMSWORTH, MAJORE. ROB. RAWDEN, MERCER, 
HEN. ROBINSON, JOH. TAYLOR, MERCH., BARTH. BANISTER. 
DRAP., FELIX BANISTER, MERCH., PET. MANN, GEO. CHATER, 
LANC. SCRAFTON, DRAPS., CAMERARIIS 



Georgius Radcliff, armiger 
Ricardus Jackson, taylour 
Willelmus Spacy, harbour chir- 

urgeon 

Richardus Butler, taylour 
Edw. Thorneton, cordwayner 
Willelmus Lund, baker 
Tym. Simpson, haberdasher 
Danyell Hoyle, marchant 
Thomas Younge, brickmaker 
Georgius Jackson 
Franciscus Hutchinson, millner 
Lucas Day, cordiner 
Edwardus Campleshon, taylour 
Johannes Bateson, butcher 
Samuell Walker, shereman 
Georgius Barton, tanner 
Raphe Reignolds, inholder 
Nathaniell Crosby, marriner 
Robertus Ward, clothier 
Richardus Mann, cordiner 
Willelmus Baitman, mercer 



Willelmus Harrison, tanner 
Willelmus Ellison, cordiner 
Johannes Barwicke, currier 
Franciscus Stephenson, taylour 
Johannes Coates, currier 
Henricus Fairfax, mercer 
Henricus Wood, marchant 
Joh. Chase, instrumentmaker 
Thomas Danby, taylour 
Edwardus Foxe, spurrier 
Jacobus Shorewood, cordiner 
Thomas Blithe, baker 
Adamus (sic) Pickard, marchant 
Georgius Wilkinson, blacksmith 
Johannes Tebb, apothecary 
Robertus Godson, taylour 
Ricardus Thompson, feltmaker 
Mathaeus Hill, tanner 
Ricardus Tennant, marchant 
Willelmus Turner, inholder 
Josephus Partridge, brasier 



PEE, PATRES 

Franciscus Riveley, baker, fil. Johannis Riveley, baker 
Willelmus Fletcher, shipcarpenter, fil. Tho. Fletcher, shipcarpenter 
Abrahamus Lancaster, cordiner, fil. Ricardi Lancaster, cordiner 
Willelmus Hawksworth, mercator, fil. Ric. Hawksworth, mercatoris 
Laurentius Iley, pinner, fil. Thomas Hey, taylor 
Thomas Wilson, mercator, fil. Christoferi Wilson, mercatoris 
VOL. n. G 



82 



THE FREEMEN OF YORK, 1630-1 



Edwardus Eldinge, fishmonger, fil. Edwardi Eldinge, fishmonger 
Johannes Peighen, mercator, fil. Thomse Peighen, apothecary 
Georgius Froste, cordiner, fil. Jacob! Froste, cordiner 
Thomas Handley, generosus, fil. Godfridi Handley, tanner 
Martinus Busfeild, draper, fil. Vincentii Busfeild, draper 
Johannes Moyser, baker, fil. Michaelli Moyser, baker 
Henricus Mangye, locksmith, fil. Edwardi Mangle, locksmith 
Johannes Beane, cordiner, fil. Koberti Beane, feltmaker 
Nicholaus Smith, quocus, fil. Roberti Smith, taylor 
Michaell Black, cordiner, fil. Willelmi Black, cordiner 
Thomas Chylde, joyner, fil. Johannis Child, joyner 
Franciscus Russell, bricklayer, fil. Will. Russell, parchmentmaker 



7 CAR. I, THO. HOYLE, MAJORE. HEN. PENROSE, JOH. KILL- 
VINGTON, XPOF. TOPHAN, WILL. THORNETON, JOH. PEIGHEN, 
MERCAT., PAULO BEALL, MERCER, JOH. MAISTERMAN, FISH- 
MONGER, SETH ROBINSON, LIN. WEAV., CAMERARIIS 



Georgius Stott, cordiner 
Georgius Headon, taylour 
Robertus Beilby, taylour 
Thomas Lathropp, merchant 
Thomas Walker, baker 
Charles Sergyson, cordiner 
Johannes Marshall, taylour 
Georgius Hunter, bricklayer 
Jacobus Watson, taylour 
Willelmus Coxon, coquus 
Henricus Potter, free panyerman 

onlie, but not sworne a free 

cittizen 

Christoferus Watson, cowper 
Tho. Trotter, paynter stainer 



Willelmus Tayte, sadler 
Edwardus Benson, brasier 
Ricardus Bell, marchant 
Stephanus Clay, butcher 
Willelmus Hird, bricklayer 
John Smales, joyner 
Thomas Gray, feltmaker 
Thomas Pickard, tayler 
Willelmus Headley, cowper 
John Cliff, trunckmaker, redemp. 
Xpofer Carnefurth, butcher 
Tho. Martin, bower, redempcione 
Samuell Sayer, mercator 
Thomas Harper, tanner 
Thomas Watson, lynenweaver 



PER PATBES 

Robertus Lister, painter, fil. Ricardi Lister, painter 
Franciscus Ketland, barber, fil. Francisci Ketland, tanner 
Thomas Beane, blacksmith, fil. Roberti Beane, feltmaker 
Thomas Walton, cordiner, fil. Thomae Walton, cordiner 
Thomas Scott, barber chirurgeon et waxchandler, fil. Thomae Scott, 

barber chirurgeon et waxchandler 

Willelmus Moses, locksmith, fil. Willelmi Moses, locksmith 
Johannes Stockdale, glover, fil. Thomas Stockdale, glover 
Johannes Richardson, laborer, fil. Humfridi Richardson, pewtherer 
Christoferus Bland, tayler, fil. Jacobi Bland, parchmentmaker 
Willelmus Sharpe, gouldsmith, fil. Johannis Sharpe, tayler 
Robertus Scott, mercator, fil. Willelmi Scott, mercatoris 
Michaell Gilburne tayler, fil. Willelmi Gilburne, currier 



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83 



Edwardus Thornell, butcher, fil. Jacob! Thornell, butcher 
Robertus Mason, cordiner, fil. Georgii Mason, inholder 
Thomas Dawson, niercator, fil. Thomae Dawson, mercatoris 
Thomas Eden, lynenweaver, fil. Johannis Eden, lynenweaver 
Johannes Iley, plomer, fil. Thomae l Joy, plomer 
Thomas Thompson, lynenweaver, fil. Georgii Thomson, joyner 
Robertus Ingram, tapiter, fil. Marmaduci Ingram, tapiter 
Willelmus Biggin, sledman, fil. Briani Biggin, inholder 
Johannes Hanson, bricklayer, fil. Thomse Hanson, marriner 
Thomas Tayler, marriner, fil. Xpoferi Tayler, marriner 
Willelmus Savadge, millner, fil. Jacobi Savadge, millner 
Henricus Teward, coquus, fil. Willelmi Teward, coqui 
Pranciscus Hunter, cordiner, fil. Johannis Hunter, cordiner 
Robertus Murton, joyner, fil. Parcivalli Murton, inholder 
Ricardus Tesh, glover, fil. Parcivalli Tesh, glover 
Jacobus Bincks, basketmaker, fil. Willelmi Bincks, haberdasher 
Willelmus Robinson, mercator, fil. Xpoferi Robinson, mercatoris 



8 CAB. I, WILL. ALLANSON, MILITE, MAJOEE. JOH. THOMPSON, 
MEECAT., THO. LEE, GENT., HEN. TIREMAN, DRAP., THO. 
NAYLER, SILKWEVER, MARC. BOVELL, MILONER, ANDR, 
CORNEY, INHOLDER, WILL. BUSFEILD, PEWTERER, ALEX. 
FISHER, MARINER, CAMERARIIS 



Chris. Wilberforse, bricklayer 
Robertus Robinson, cordiner 
Seath Waite, miloner 
David Dixon, fletcher, redemp. 
William Parkinson, paver 
Edwardus Hodgson, glover 
Edw. Cock, marriner, redemp. 
Georgius Camisse, pinner 
Willelmus Gill, baker 
Johannes Jackson, gardiner 
Willelmus Fairburne, tayler 
Johannes Hall, baker 
Philippus Turnbridge, chandler 
Johannes Wrightson, vintner 
Marmaducus Gill, mercer 
Willelmus Harrison, tayler 
Georgius Manklins, skinner 
Carolus Wharton, tapiter 
Ricardus Booth, mercator 
Joh. Wood, inholder, redemp. 
Rob. David, bower, redempcione 
Robertus Lappington, tapiter 
Johannes Prince, mercator 



Johannes Awkland, lynenweaver 
Tho. Tayler, turner, redempcione 
Jonas Spacy, inholder 
Nicholas Ketlewell, mercator 
Will. Pinder, parchmentmaker 
Robertus Metcalf, butcher 
Jacobus Fewler, baker 
Lancelott Foster, silkweaver 
Thomas Bethell, mercer 
Johannes Benington, mercator 
Georgius Greene, blacksmith 
Anthonius Midleton, tayler 
Thomas Dickinson, cowper 
Franciscus Preston, miloner 
Willelmus Tayler, mercator 
Henricus Lucas, baker 
Jacobus Carter, cordiner 
Thomas Hodgson, tayler 
Josias Clapham, mercer 
Bartholomaeus Whyte, mercer 
Hen. Wickham, archidiaconus, 
Ebor. 



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84 



THE FKEEMEN OF YORK, 1632-3 



PER PATRES 

Johannes Wells, imbroderer, fil. Ricardi Wells, pewtherer 
Stephanus Wheatley, feltmaker, fil. Willelmi Wheatley, feltmaker 
Willelmus Craven, baker, fil. Johannis Craven, founderer 
Johannes Heles, silkweaver, fil. Sampson Heles, silkweaver 
Leonardus Thomson, mercator, fil. Henrici Thomson, mercatoris 
Johannes Tayler, apothecary, fil. Francisci Tayler, apothecary 
Anthonius Watson, fishmonger, fil. Willelmi Watson, fishmonger 
Henricus Hewitson, cowper, fil. Willelmi Hewitson, cowper 
Johannes Cooke, locksmith, fil. Thomae Cooke, pewtherer 
Jacobus Best, lynenweaver, fil. Ricardi Best, lynenweaver 
Franciscus Peacock, tayler, fil. Roberti Peacock, musitian 
Johannes Dixon, cowper, fil. Johannis Dixon, mercatoris 
David Bewley, cobler, fil. David Bewley, marriner 
Nicholaus Rogers, tayler, fil. Willelmi Rogers, pewtherer 
Stephanus Atkinson, silkweaver, fil. Nicholai Atkinson, tayler 
Johannes Coundall, waxchandler, fil. Johannis Coundall, marriner 
Franciscus Cowton, barber chirurgeon, fil. Johannis Cowton, pinner 
Robertus Hall, gouldsmith, fil. Ricardi Hall, tayler 
Johannes Murton, pinner, fil. Thomse Murton, pinner 
Radulphus Bishopp, tayler, fil. Bryani Bishopp, millner 
Ricardus Myers, butcher, fil. Triniani Myers, butcher 
Willelmus Joy, butcher, fil. Xpoferi Joy, cordiner 
Ricardus Bovell, draper, fil. Vincentii Bovell, tayler 
Georgius Rudd, lynenweaver, fil. Roberti Rudd, brasier 
Mich. Ellison, parchmentmaker, fil. Briani Ellis (sic) parchnxent- 

maker 

Ricardus Branton, blacksmith, fil. Arthuri Branton, blacksmith 
Edw. Hodgson, painterstainer, fil. Tho. Hodgson, painterstainer 
Robertus Seeker, vintner, fil. Edwardi Seeker, mercatoris 



9 CAR I, JAC. HUTCHINSON, MAJOKE. PEKCIV. LEVETT, HEN. 
SIMPSON, LEON. THOMSON, WILL. TAYLEK, MERCAT., EIC. 
PEACOCK, DEAP., BOB. CALVEET, GEOC., JOH. TAYLEE, APOTH., 
EIC. DOSSEY, WEBSTEE, CAMEEAEIIS 

Ricardus Lambe, millner 
Cuthbertus Surbutt, tayler 
Robertus Tirrie, pewtherer 
Gregorious Empson, mercer 
Anthonius Buckle, sadler 
Willelmus Autherson, chirurgeon 
Willelmus Phillips, pinner 
Edwardus Mather, grocer 
Thomas Petty, apothecary 
Ricardus Rawlinson, mercer 
Robertus Joy, lynenweaver 



Thomas Reynoldes, tanner 
Robertus Barker, musitian 
Rob. Hutchinson, inholder, red. 
Leonardus Hadlesey, fishmonger 
Georgius Slegg, redempcone 
Willelmus Maliverer, mercator 
Thomas Driffeild, mercator 
Bryanus Dawson, mercator 
Lucas Hewthwate, glover 
Thomas Ouldfeild, brasier, red. 
Kobertus Hoopes, draper 



THE FREEMEN OF YORK, 1633 



85 



Franciscus Cundall, joyner 
Jacobus Blackbeard, haberdasher 
Martyn Tiffney, coquus 
Johannes Thorpe, mercator 
Xpoferus Geldert, mercator 
Robertus Ripley, tayler 
Thomas Atkinson, millner 
Thomas Blanshard, glover 
Thomas Hessey, millner 
Franciscus Kelsey, cordiner 
Mathew Coates, glover 
Geo. Watterhouse, bower, red. 
Johannes Stephenson, mercer 
Thomas Greene, grocer 
Michaell Currer, imbroderer 
Leonardus Addinell, fishmonger 
Henricus Pearson, tayler 
Will. Goodrick, parchmentmaker 



Thomas Jackson, bricklayer 
Thomas Harrison, cordiner 
Willelmus Byfeild, millner 
Johannes Ferkinson, tanner 
Phillippus Foord, mercator 
Robertus Carbutt, tanner 
Thomas Swift, tallowchandler 
Willelmus Davie, millner 
Rogerus Kemp, parchmentmaker 
Thomas French, tayler 
Alexander Morley, tayler 
Ricardus Banck, inholder, red. 
Johannes Hunter, cordiner 
Fran. Dobson, tallowchandler 
Henricus Spalding, carpenter 
Willelmus Jackson, cowper 
Georgius Willance, draper 



PER PATEES 

Jacobus Cooke, pewtherer, fil. Thomae Cooke, pewtherer 
Thomas Lawnd, mercator, fil. Thomae Lawnd, aldermani 
Robertus Lawnd, tanner, fil. eiusdem 
Edwardus Moyser, baker, fil. Michaelis Moyser, baker 
Georgius Tayler, fishmonger, fil. Abraham! Tayler, fishmonger 
Ricardus Davie, inholder, fil. Georgii Davie, inholder 
Abrahamus Preston, tayler, fil. Willelmi Preston, feltmaker 
Willelmus Robinson, silkweaver, fil. Willelmi Robinson, silkweaver 
Matthaeus Bownas, coquus, fil. Willelmi Bownas, roper 
Philippus Swinbanck, baker, fil. Rolandi Swinbanck, baker 
Willelmus Franckland, locksmith, fil. Guidonis Franckland 
Georgius Hunter, cordiner, fil. Georgii Hunter, bricklayer 
Lawrencius Lawrence, bower, fil. Edward! Lawrence, pewtherer 
Johannes Thompson, goldsmith, fil. Thomas Thompson, blacksmith 
Johannes Nelson, silkweaver, fil. Thomae Nelson, tayler 
Barth. Bainbrigg, glover, fil. Ricardi Bainbrigg, glover 
Robertus Homer, coquus, fil. Jacob! Horner, haberdasher 
Xpoferus Edge, lynenweaver, fil. Abrahami Edge, lynenweaver 
Xpoferus Pearson, marriner, fil. Petri Pearson, goldsmith 
Johannes Hutchinson, joyner, fil. Robert! Hutchinson, feltmaker 
Andreas Wardell, lynenweaver, fil. Francisci Wardell, marriner 
Johannes Bowes, mercer, fil. Robert! Bowes, inholder 
Willelmus Wilson, cordiner, fil. Johannis Wilson, cordiner 
Ricardus Simpson, tayler, fil. Jacob! Simpson, tayler 
Cressey Burnett, marchant, fil. Roberti Burnett, marchant 
Leonardus Biggin, cowper, fil. Brian! Biggin, sledman 
Georgius Tesh, sledman, fil. Parcevalli Tesh, sledman 



86 THE FEEEMEN OF YORK, 1634 



10 CAR I, THO. HODGSON, MAJOKE. KIC. BAINES, MEKCAT., 
LEON. AUTHEESON, APOTH., XPOF. STANDEVEN, WILL. WASSE, 
VINTNEES, JAC. HODGSON, SADLEE, JOH. WASLING, TANNEE, 
THO. DENT, HABEEDASH., WILL. FABEE, CHANDLEE, CAMEE- 
AEIIS 

PER PATRES 

Edmundus Gyles, glasier, fil. Nicholai Gyles, glaysier 
Johannes Gell, watchmaker, fil. Edwardi Gell, locksmith 
Georgius Gott, draper, fil. Ricardi Gott, haberdasher 
Thomas Dickinson, mercator, fil. Christoferi Dickinson, alder. 
Christoferus Dickinson, marcator, fil. eiusdem Xpoferi Dickinson 
Thomas Baper, miloner, fil. Henrici Baper, tayler 
Georgius Crowder, skinner, fil. Henrici Crowder, vintner 
Marmaducus Busfeild, pewtherer, fil. Willelmi Busfeild, pewtherer 
Thomas Emerson, tayler, fil. Nicholai Emerson, haberdasher 
Thomas Wilkinson, cordiner, fil. Jacobi Wilkinson, cordiner 
Thomas Wakefeild, inholder, fil. Thomse Wakefeild, inholder 
Badulphus Cooke, coquus, fil. Henrici Cooke, miloner 
Petrus Wright, pewtherer, fil. Francisci Wright, butcher 
Willelmus Homer, mercator, fil. Yorke Horner, mercatoris 
Laurentius Busfeild, tayler, fil. Johannis Busfeild, draper 
Willelmus Servant, clothier, fil. Petri Servant, mercatoris 
Willelmus Cooke, milkier, fil. Thomse Cooke, pewtherer 
Barth. Cowlinge, butcher, fil. Willelmi Cowlinge, butcher 
Robertus Murton, cordiner, fil. Johannis Murton, cordiner 
Franciscus Bryce, goldsmith, fil. Johannis Bryce, inholder 
Edwardus Liddall, taylor, fil. Francisci Liddall, glover 
Willelmus Dossey, lynen weaver, fil. Radulphi Dossey, lynenweaver 
Aug. Horseman, mercator, fil. Augustini Horseman, mercatoris 
Barth. Smith, bricklayer, fil. Johannis Smith, bricklayer 
Thomas Belfeild, laborer, fil. Thomse Belfeild, locksmith 
Johannes Watson, fishmonger, fil. Leonardi Watson, fishmonger 
Thomas Clarke, clericus, fil. Ricardi Clarke, baker 
Thomas Fawcett, tayler, fil. Roberti Fawcett, tayler 



Radulphus Hudson, cordiner 
Willelmus Brooke, mercator 
Thomas Thompson, baker 
Johannes Vepan, leatherdresser 
Thomas Patterick, tanner 
Ricardus Best, marriner 
Willelmus Read, tallowchandeler 
Johannes Johnson, joyner 
Willelmus Burr, glover 
Thomas Preston, feltmaker 
Thomas Guy, draper 
Joh. Whitelam, millnewright 



Marmaducus Tayler, tanner 
Carolus Appleby, tayler 
Robertus Beckwith, tayler 
Bryanus Nelson, mercator 
Brianus Danyell, marcator 
Robertus Browne, tapiter 
Thomas Stafford, tanner 
Robertus Hunter, mercer 
Rogerus Chambers, butcher 
Thomas Stappleton, generosus 
Matthaeus Walker 
Thomas Knagges, blacksmith 



THE FREEMEN OF YORK, 1634-5 



87 



Thomas Slack, cordiner 
Nicholaus Dobson, tayler 
Henricus Barker, imbroderer 
Petrus Craven, locksmith 
Franciscus Foxe, glover 
Thomas Grimshaw, silkweaver 
Thomas Dringe, joyner 
Ricardus Costletyne, feltmaker 
Willelmus Belt, cowper 
Johannes Peckett, tayler 
Willelmus Hall, sadler 
Robertus Jackson, cordiner 
Franciscus Moses, vinter 
Will. Vallance, wheelwright 
James Day, baker 
Willelmus Rawden, silkweaver 



Johannes Salkeld, millner 
Edwardus Daniell, marcator 
Franciscus Freare, cowper 
Thomas Bird, butcher 
Thomas Bosse, tayler 
Johannes Shippard, inholder 
Willelmus Ruddock, glover 
Thomas Watson, millner 
Johannes Man, baker 
Christofer Simpson, cordiner 
Rowlandus Richardson, pinner 
Willelmus Tiplady, millner 
Radulphus Tayler, tayler 
Johannes Spacy, imbroderer 
Gracia Franck, widdow 
Thomas Greetome, fishmonger 



11 CAE. I, HEN. THOMSON, MAJOEE. THO. DICKINSON, EDW. 
DANYELL, ELI. EDWAEDS, MEECAT., JOH. NEWSOME, CHIE- 
UEGEON, HEN. DUN WELL, VINT., EOB. TODD, VESTMENT 
MAKEE, HEN. SHAW., BUTCH., EDW. LOFTHOUSE, COEDINEE, 
CAMEEAEIIS 

PER PATKES 



Thomas Blackburne, baker 
Henricus Lasenby, tanner 
Georgius Consett, tayler 
Ricardus Tayler, generosus 
Johannes Powell, painter 
Gabriell Westby, trunckmaker 
Johannes Smith, millner 
Willelmus Knagges, tayler 
Fran. Lucas, tallowchandler 
Georgius Jackson, (draper 
Johannes Wilkinson, fishmonger 
Willelmus Aspleton, tayler 
Robertus Hypie, tayler 
Edwardus Basfoord, mercer 
Willelmus Frizell, wheelwright 
Thomas Wilson, tayler 
Clement Gryme, a free laborer, 

onely for his lyfe 
Christofer Coates, butcher 
Thomas Bardie, lynendraper 
Thomas Hardwick, locksmith 
Thomas Black, butcher 
Tho. Bayle, barbourchirurgeon 
Francis Hoppes, grocer 
Robert Bell, apothecary 



William Marshall, millner 
Johannes Croft, silkweaver 
Thomas Lacy, mercer 
Robert Marsh, inholder 
Ricardus Harrison, baker 
Franciscus Moore, silkweaver 
Johannes Awstin, tayler 
Mathaeus Jobson, pewtherer 
Willelmus Harrison, sadler 
Georgius Clarke, pewtherer 
Johannes Blackburne, miloner 
Johannes Dickinson, miloner 
Willelmus Micklefeild, tayler 
Robertus Mattison, joyner 
Thomas Rawe, cordiner 
Willelmus Barnes, tayler 
Edwardus Brogden, tanner 
Jacobus Lownesdale, silkweaver 
Timotheus Sandwith, inholder 
Ricardus Pagett, mercer 
Robertus Dodsworth, bricklayer 
Georgius Gledston, butcher 
Hugo Hutchinson, schoole- 

maister 
Henry Belton, tanner 



88 THE FREEMEN OF YORK, 1635 



Samuell Baylies, tayler 
Thomas Pearson, brasier 
Johannes Moore, mercator 
Oliver Tyrril, baker 
Anthonius Turner, tayler 
Abrahamus Smith, brasier 
Willelmus Thearsby, baker 
Jacobus Beilby, generosus 
Egidius Newton, cordiner 
Robertus Pattison, cutler 
Johannes Hill, cordiner 



Robertus Parkinson, maltster 
Willelmus Watson, butcher 
Quintin Hebden, bricklayer 
Gabriell Reynolds, tanner 
Andreas Nicholson, lynendraper 
Willelmus Jennings, baker 
Thomas Pinder, millner 
Edmundus Bracken, marcator 
Johannes Firbrand, fishmonger 
Johannes Gylliot, marcator 
Willelmus Masen, blacksmith 



PER PATRES 

Johannes Preston, millner, fil. Briani Preston, millner 

Xpoferus Smith, pinner, fil. Thomas Smith, inholder 

Thomas Dutton, fishmonger, fil. Thomae Dutton, fishmonger 

Christoferus Appleby, tayler, fil. Xpoferi Appelby, tayler 

Johannes Swayles, millner, fil. Xpoferi Swayles, inholder 

Willelmus Rogers, marcator, fil. Thomae Rogers, generosi 

Willelmus Busfeild, sadler, fil. Johannis Busfeild, pewtherer 

Georgius Lathome, tayler, fil. Thomae Lathome, tayler 

Christoferus Maxwell, baker, fil. Willelmi Maxwell, cordiner 

Henricus Coates, pinner, fil. Roberti Coates, inholder 

Thomas Waller, trunckmaker, fil. Willelmi Waller, maltster 

Georgius Mason, baker, fil. Georgii Mason, inholder 

Matthaeus Preston, brasier, fil. Willelmi Preston, feltmaker 

Johannes Calvert, joyner, fil. Jacobi Calvert, butcher 

Robertus Foster, tapiter, fil. Jacobi Foster, laborer 

Harbertus Ouldcorne, silkweaver, fil. Roberti Oldcorne, silkweaver 

Willelmus Young, baker, fil. Henrici Young, tayler 

Ricardus Leng, sadler, fil. Georgii Lenge, sadler 

Johannes Creswick, locksmith, fil. Oswaldi Creswick, armorer 

Johannes Askwith, cordiner, fil. Xpoferi Askwith, draper 

John Riveley, tayler, fil. Galfridi Riveley, carpenter 

Jacobus Lawrence, tanner, fil. Martini Lawrence, baker 

Johannes Tebb, tayler, fil. Ricardi Tebb, tayler 

Robertus Sowrey, miloner, fil. Jacobi Sowrey, miloner 

Johannes Burton, cobler, fil. Willelmi Burton, cobler 

Johannes Spender, tayler, fil. Roberti Spender 

Johannes Clarke, lynenweaver, fil. Nicholai Clarke, lynenweaver 

Abr. Eden, lynenweaver, fil. Johannis Eden, lynenweaver 

Edwardus Barehead, baker, fil. Roberti Barehead, baker 

Johannes Blackburne, baker, fil. Jacobi Blackburne, tanner 

Christofer Wilson, vintner, fil. Henrici Wilson, haberdasher 

Thomas Bell, tapiter, fil. Thomse Bell, tanner 

Johannes Burton, joyner, fil. Jacobi Burton, joyner 

Johannes Fawcett, tallowchandler, fil. Willelmi Fawcett, feltmaker 

Willelmus Heles, clothworker, fil. Sampsoni Heles, silkweaver 

Johannes Weddall, marcator, fil. Leonardi Weddall, marcatoris 



THE FREEMEN OF YORK, 1636 89 



12 CAB. I, JOH. VAUX, MAJORE. ROB. WADSWORTH, ADA. PICKARD, 
WILL. HORNER, MERCAT., EDW. GRAY, MERCER, THO. HANDLEY, 
GENT., THO. HARVEY, IMBROTHER, ROB. FELL, TAPITER, 
CAMERARIIS 

PER PATEES 

Willelmus Stead, blacksmith, fil. Willelmi Stead, blacksmith 
Johannes Brownelesse, baker, fil. Willelmi Brownlesse, baker 
Johannes Harrison, cordiner, fil. Georgii Harrison, cordiner 
Henricus Harland, locksmith, fil. Georgii Harland, locksmith 
Edwardus Smith, tayler, fil. Christoferi Smith, tayler 
Eobertus Hall, marcator, fil. Leonardi Hall, marcatoris 
Willelmus Bayne, cordiner, fil. Kadulphi Bayne, tayler 
Thomas Lasenby, laborer, fil. Sethei Lasenby, tanner 
Eicardus Horner, marcator, fil. Yorke Homer, marcatoris 
Elias Walker, marcator, fil. Ricardi Walker, grocer 
Henricus Lee, millner, fil. Henrici Lee, millner 
Willelmus Tayler, taylour, fil. Roberti Tayler, taylour 
Johannes Loftous, miloner, fil. Simonis Loftous, tayler 
Michaell Otley, darnix weaver, fil. Edwardi Otley, armorer 
Willelmus Heslington, glover, fil. Marmaduke Heslington, glover 
Tho. Bourchier, shipcarpenter, fil. Tho. Bourchier, shipcarpenter 
Thomas Bew, glover, fil. Willelmi Bew, glover 
Samuell Smith, locksmith, fil. Edmundi Smith, locksmith 
Henricus Harbert, mercator, fil. Xpoferi Harbert, mercatoris 
Johannes Leng, cordiner, fil. Johannis Leng, cordiner 
Xpoferus Gregges, parchmentmaker, fil. Rogeri Gregges, brasier 
Marmaducus Jackson, cordiner, fil. Edwardi Jackson, haberdasher 
Allanus Waller, spurrier, fil. Willelmi Waller, maltster 
Henricus Bylton, marcator, fil. Henrici Bilton, marcatoris 
Willelmus Dobbinson, joyner, fil. Nicholai Dobbinson, cobler 
Leonardus Benson, sadler, fil. Edwardi Benson, brasier 
Samuell Levett, mercator, fil. Parcivalli Levett, mercatoris 
Robertus Smith, bricklayer, fil. Johannis Smith, bricklayer 
Willelmus Smalcher, fishmonger, fil. Will. Smalcher, fishmonger 
Willelmus Fawcett, blacksmith, fil. Willelmi Fawcett, feltmaker 
Johannes Spinck, cowper, fil. Francisci Spinck, clothdresser 
Johannes Fall, tayler, fil. Henrici Fall, tayler 
Jacobus Ellis, watchmaker, fil. Briani Ellis, parchmentmaker 
Christoferus Wright, butcher, fil. Francisci Wright, butcher 



Henricus Thackaray, baker 
Thomas Beck, tayler 
Willelmus Lovell, glover 
Johannes Smith, cowper 
Willelmus Hey, inholder 
Willelmus Price, vintner 
Samuell Raynard, hornebreaker 



Thomas Williamson, tayler 
Will. Wright als. Sharpies, 

blacksmith 

William Wennington, armorer 
Ricardus Swayle, mercator 
Thomas Cartwright, goldsmith 
Tho. Widdrington, esqr. recorder 



90 



THE FEEEMEN OF YORK, 1636-7 



Job. Potter, panyerman, pro vita 
Henricus Kirkham, millner 
Georgius Romans, merriner 
Franciscus Wilkinson, tayler 
Geo. Dixon, panyerman, pro vita 
Johannes Guest, inholder 
Willelmus Lasenby, baker 
Thomas Straker, tayler 
Jacobus Simpson, cordiner 
Georgius Lodge, tayler 
Anthonius Tayler, butcher 
Georgius Mitley, marcator 
Willelmus Suggett, tayler 
Thomas Dobson, marcator 
Petrus Seymor, watchmaker 
Willelmus Adamson, inholder 
Bobertus Thomson, upholster 
Parcivallus Robinson, baker 
Petrus Horner, pinner 



Ricardus Andrewes, tayler 
Henricus Robinson, cordiner 
Robertus Saunderson, baker 
Xpoferus Simpson, cordiner 
Henricus- Ingle, tayler 
Robertus Spence, upholster 
Willelmus Moore, currier 
Thomas Pimperton, millner 
Georgius Pearson, tayler 
Robertus Loftous, tanner 
Robertus Wright, baker 
Franciscus Buckle, tanner 
Johannes Straker, coppersmith 
Abrahamus Askwith, marcator 
Edwardus Osburne, lynenweaver 
Henricus Hoyle, marcator 
Johannes Owsten, maltster 
Henricus Wayte, bricklayer 



13 CAE. I, WILL. SCOTT, MAJOEE. EOB. SCOTT, JOH. WEDDELL, 
MEECAT., JOSIA CLAPHAM, EIC. EAWLINSON, MEECEES, EOB. 
HAEINGTON, GOLDSMYTH, HEN. DAY, BAEB. CHIEUE., JONA 
SPACIE, INHOLDEE, GEO. EOBINSON, BAK., CAMEEAEIIS 

PER PATBES 

Edwardus Watson, goldsmith, fil. Edwardi Watson, mercer 

Johannes Marshall, cordiner, fil. Thomae Marshall, mercer 

Edwardus Elwicke, marcator, fil. Ricardi Elwicke, generosi 

Matthaeus Lee, tayler, fil. Henrici Lee, milner 

Lawrencius Pinder, joyner, fil. Roberti Pinder, baker 

Thomas Walker, pewtherer, fil. Briani Walker, baker 

Thomas Smith, butcher, fil. Thomae Smith, butcher 

Johannes Tuke, silkweaver, fil. Radulphi Tuke, feltmaker 

Henricus Balderston, glover, fil. Petri Balderston, brickmaker 

Marmaducus Coulton, baker, fil. Johannis Coulton, pinner 

Samuellus Sawer, butcher, fil. Anthonii Sawer, tanner 

Nicholas Hartley, milner, fil. Thomae Hartley, cobler 

Phillippus Askwith, tanner, fil. Thomas Askwith, generosi 

Anthonius Jackson, tailer, fil. Johannis Jackson, tailer 

Anthonius Blackburne, linenweaver, fil. Xpoferi Blackburne, tanner 

Edwardus Mainman, cordiner, fil. Edwardi Mainman, tailer 

Thomas Blacke, cobler, fil. Michaelis Blacke, cobler 

Robertus Benson, mercer, fil. Johannis Benson, brasier 

Ricardus Lasenby, cordiner, fil. Willelmi Lasenby, tailer 

Thomas Gott, silkweaver, fil. Ricardi Gott, haberdasher 

Andreas Shawe, tailer, fil. Petri Shawe, tailer 

Christopherus Whithill, painter, fil. Anthonii Whithill, bricklayer 



THE FREEMEN OF YORK, 1637-8 



91 



Johannes Fisher, cloathworker, fil. Edwardi Fisher, baker 
Jacobus Webster, chandler, fil. Leonardi Webster, sadler 
Ricardi Thompson, musitian, fil. Xpoferi Thompson, musitian 
Samuelus Newton, cordiner, fil. Willelmi Newton, tanner 
Mathffius Rivelie, baker, fil. Rogeri Riveley, butcher 
Johannes Winter, marriner, fil. Thomae Winter, cordiner 
Henricus Dawson, wheelewright, fil. Roberti Dawson, dyer 
MatthBaus Beane, baker, fil. Roberti Beane, taller 
Thomas Mason, locksmith, fil. Willelmi Mason, tailer 
Martinus Croft, glazier, fil. Edwardi Croft, glazier 
Edward Crosbie, glazier, fil. Marmaduci Crosbie, glazier 
Paulus Dutton, fishmonger, fil. Thomae Button, fishmonger 
Robertus Hanson, marriner, fil. Thomse Hanson, marriner 



Luke Waggitt, [gjirdler 
Robert Mittin, cooke 
Anthonius Harrison, cordiner 
Ricardus Crosthwaite, draper 
Johannes Greene, cordiner 
Willelmus Pimlowe, inholder 
Franciscus Reade, upholster 
Ricardus Gibson, cooke 
Samuelus Woolons, cook 
Geo. Richardson, haberdasher 
Arthurus Pepper, haberdasher 
Willelmus Cartwright, draper 
Willelmus Robinson, sheareman 
Henricus Moore, girdler 
Petrus Swift, milner 
Rogerus Tailer, tayler 
Xpoferus Grave, tailer 
Johannes Colbecke, merchant 
Anthony us Dawson, merchant 
Johannes Lowrence, apothecarie 
Johannes Cammis, cordiner 
Willelmus Hardie, 
Thomas Drinckrawe, 
Hugh Welburne, merchant 
Robertus Myers, tailer 



Thomas Hebden, tanner 
Humfridus Mosse, dyer 
Robertus Paggett, butcher 
Willelmus Nightgale, milloner 
Thomas Haiton, milloner 
Leonardus Petch, panyerman 
Xpoferus Busbie, fishmonger 
Samuell Todd, mercer 
Ricardus Smith, tanner 
Edwardus Ward, locksmith 
Thomas Stafford, tailer 
Josephus Whitwell, linedresser 
Mathasus Cartwright, merchant 
Willelmus Wharton, mercator 
Thomas Sutton, carpenter 
Johannes Theakston, draper 
Johannes Ellison, milner 
Robertus Webster, haberdasher 
Thomas Rudd, merchant 
Johannes Walsh, grocer 
Allan Walker, carrier 
Willelmus Smith, fishmonger 
Georgius Richardson, pinner 
Thomas Barker, tailer 



14 CAB. I, BOG. JAQUES, MILITE, MAJORE. PHIL. FOORD, MEBCAT., 
WILL. BASEMAN, GROG., NIGH. TOWERS, SOPEBOYLEB, PHIL. 
ESH, INHOLD., THO. PBATT, SADL., JOH. SMITH, COOKE, BIG. 
NEWTON, TANNEB, CAMEBABIIS 

PER PATBES 

Herbert Cooke, fil. Willelmi Cooke, milloner 

Radolphus Foster, laborer, fil. Jacobi Foster, parchmentmaker 

Willelmus Pickering, fil. Radolphi Pickering, mercer 



92 THE FKEEMEN OF YORK, 1688 

Jacobus Brearey, draper, fil. Willelmi Brearey, alderman 
Robertas Dickinson, mercator, fil. Xpoferi Dicldnson, alderman 
Thomas Spence, butcher, fil. Thomae Spence, butcher 
Johannes Gill, mercer, fil. Willelmi Gill, tailer 
Phillippus Emmerson, cooke, fil. Nicholai Emerson, haberdasher 
Robertus Graves, tailer, fil. Roberti Graves, tailer 
Georgius Hunter, sadler, fil. Matthaei Hunter, sadler 
Johannes Bowes, cordiner, fil. Rogeri Bowes, joyner 
Edwardus Welles, tailer, fil. Willelmi Welles, tailer 
Robertus Clarke, dyer, fil. Roberti Clarke, dyer 
Georgius Smith, tailer, fil. Johannis (blank), tanner 
Thomas Watson, marchant, fil. Georgii Watson, vintener 
Willelmus Greenesydes, lynnenweaver, fil. Briani Greensides, 
Thomas Willson, tailer, fil. Johannis Willson, tayler 
Brianus Thackwray, carpenter, fil. Thomse Thackwray, carpenter 
Thomas Topham, vintener, fil. Willelmi Topham, mercer 
Edwardus Harrison, butcher, fil. Thomse Harrison, butcher 
Robertus Knapton, imbroyderer, fil. Petri Knap ton, imbroyderer 
Thomas Buckle, glover, fil. Thomae Buckle, glover 
Franciscus Blake, fil. Thomae Blake, cordiner 
Willelmus Brice, butcher, fil. Willelmi Brice, butcher 
Willelmus Ryder, butcher, fil. Xpoferi Ryder, butcher 
Thomas Freeman, yeoman, fil. Edwardi Freeman, goldsmith 
Johannes Johnson, tailer, fil. Johannis Johnson, glasier 
Franciscus Cotton, inholder, fil. Francisci Cotton, inholder 
Michaellus Seeker, merchant, fil. Edwardi Seeker, vintener 
Georgius Mungie, goldsmith, fil. Xpoferi Mungie, goldsmith 
Willelmus Metcalfe, brickmaker, fil. Rogeri Metcalfe, currier 
Martinus Thomlinson, joyner, fil. Ricardi Thomlinson, joyner 
Thomas Halley, tanner, fil. Henrici Halley, tanner 
Ricardus Lobley, mariner, fil. Ricardi Lobley, marriner 
Johannes Thomlinson, glover, fil. (blank) Thomlinson 
Edwardus Bell, yeoman, fil. Thomas Bell, inholder 
Bryanus Elston, tailer, fil. Johannis Elston, sadler 
Edwardus Bawtherston, carpenter, fil. Ricardi Bawtherston 



Thomas Willson, tailer 
Nicholas Cosens, hourglassmaker 
Cuthbert Porter, currier 
Willelmus Singleston, porter 
Johannes Pulleine, tapiter 
Ricardus Chambers, mercator 
Ricardus Clarke, mercator 
Georgius Tailer, cooke 
Timotheus Squier, draper 
Henricus Robinson, mercator 
Leonardus Nayler, mercer 
Jacobus Todd, mercer 
Josephus Beale, mercator 



Franciscus Jackson, cobler 
Willelmus Wyndle, cooke 
Edwardus Lund, draper 
Robertus Watson, baker 
Fairefax Anby, grocer 
Georgius Lamplough 
Robertus Simpson, tanner 
Richard Bridgnall, inholder 
Willelmus Barnes, tanner 
Leonardus Lorrimer, tailer 
Willelmus Hall, pinner 
Thomas Metcalf, milloner 
Franciscus Waynd, mercator 



THE FREEMEN OF YORK, 1638-9 



Phillippus Gadston, mercator 
Thomas Harrison, baker 
Willelmus Sympson, pewtherer 
Carolus Harrison, cordiner 
Thomas Warde, mercator 
Johannes Robinson, cordiner 
Willelmus Greene, haberdasher 
Thomas Bridkirke, sledman 
Johannes Scott, vintner 
Robertas Runekrewe, mariner 
Georgius Snewstrupp, laborer 
Francis Nelson, laborer 
Johannes Hall, haberdasher 



Willelmus Creyke, mercer 
Edwardus Stables, linnenweaver 
Thomas Pickering, sadler 
Thomas Wilkinson, taylor 
Arthurus Cady, imbroyderer 
Thomas Robinson, bearebrewer 
Robertus Fowler, baker 
Thomas Orrome, tapiter 
Willelmus Coates, inholder 
Thomas Hurst, pinner 
Johannes Cottam, merchant 
Edmundus Kay, grocer 



15 CAR. I, ROB. BELT, MAJORS. JAC. BREAREY, DRAP., THO. 
WAYTE, GOLDSMITH, GILBT. MANCLINS, ARTIZAN SKINNER, 
ROB. WILKINSON, LEON. PLACE, INHOLDERS, RAD. BROWNE, 
BAK., JOH. INMAN, BUTCH., BRYAN RICHARDSON, CAMERARIIS 

PER PATEES 

Ricardus Allanby, joyner, fil. Henrici Allanby, baker 
Georgius Tylson, cordiner, fil. Georgii Tylson, cordiner 
Gabrielus Conisby, tanner, fil. Hugonis Conisby, tanner 
Ricardus Waite, goldsmith, fil. Thomae Wayte, goldsmith 
Jos. Leach, barborsurgeon, fil. Josephi Leach, barber 
Timotheus Hurwood, tailer, fil. Anthonii Hurwood, tayler 
Johannes Bilcliffe, jr., watchmaker, fil. Johannis Bilclife, clockmaker 
Francis Bowes, inholder, fil. Roberti Bowes, inholder 
Gadus (sic) Parker, merchant, fil. Radulphi Parker, mercer 
Will. Poster (sic) coverletweaver, fil. Will. Postell, coverletweaver 
Robertus Gilley, imbroyderer, fil. Roberti Gilley, imbroderer 
Willelmus Plewman, blacksmith, fil. Willelmi Plewman, blacksmith 
Ricardus Ewens, fedtmaker, fil. Ricardi Ewens, feltmaker 
Johannes Betson, clothworker, fil. Ricardi Betson, grocer 
Johannes Vaux, silkeweaver, fil. Johannis Vaux, silkeweaver 
Stephanus Freare, cordiner, fil. Ricardi Freare, cordiner 
Johannes Blandes, milner, fil. Georgii Blandes, milner 
Will. Scott, barb, chirurgeon, fil. Thomae Scott, barb, chirurgeon 
Willelmus Nickleson, tailer, fil. Anth. Nicholson, cordiner 
Edwardus Smith, joyner, fil. Thomse Smith, linnenweaver 
Rogerus Wightman, milloner, fil. Johannis Whightman, milloner 
Thomas Cooke, tailer, fil. Johannis Cooke, tailer 
Thomas Storme, sadler, fil. Johannis Storme, sadler 
Willelmus Browne, baker, fil. Matthsei Browne, baker 
Johannes Lyster, cooper, fil. Edwardi Lyster, cooper 
Georgius Pybus, cooper, fil. Francisci Pybus, cooper 
Georgius Routledge, milner, fil. Johannis Routledge, milner 
Carolus Hartley, fil. Thomse Hartley, cordiner 



94 



THE FREEMEN OF YORK, 1639-40 



Adam Girdler, musitian, fil. Johannis Girdler, musitian 
Johannes Burton, draper, fil. Georgii Burton, joyner 



Johannes Stead, clothdresser 
Georgius Tindall, tailor 
Johannes Lasenby, haberdasher 
Willelmus Raper, butcher 
Barnabie Bawtrie, clothworker 
Antonius Day, baker 
Edwardus Carter, blacksmith 
Tho. Weere, parchmentmaiker 
Bo. Benson, bricklayer 
Georgius Seterthwaite 
Will. Sunderland, flaxdresser 
Will. Preston, lynnenweaver 
Willelmus Cowlson, tayler 
Georgius Coates, cordiner 
David Hall, pro vita 
John Temple, tailor 
Richard Wrightson, tailor 
Richard Storie, painter 
Pett. (sic) Handley, tanner 
Richard Waynd, merchant 



Simon Benson, sadler 
Miles Acres, glover 
Cha[rles] Harrison, silkweaver 
Allen Hunter, skiner 
Thomas Bogg, metleman 
Josephus Swaile, wollendraper 
Will. Gelstrupp, lininweaver 
George Cooke, bower 
Ant. Holland, barbercherurgeon 
Willelmus Smeaton, joyner 
Henricus Sheelds, miller 
Johannes Belley, mercer 
Robert Lindsley, appotecarie 
Joseph Cley, merchant 
Edward Croft, merchant 
William Hudson, cowper 
Abraham Bines, merchant 
Henricus Momforth, marchant 
Georgius Peacock, merchant 
Christopherus Coates, inholder 



16 CHAS. I, CHRIS. CROFT, MAJORE. RIG. BELL, CHRESSEY 
BURNETT, WILL. ROGERS, THO. RUDD, MERCATORIBUS, JOH. 
BOWES, GROG., LANG. CARLILE, BUTCH., THO. MASON, INHOLDER, 
ANDR. NICHOLSON, LIN. DRAP., CAMERARIIS 

XXVII mo DIE, JAN. 1640 



William Cocke, a free laborer, for 
his life 



Robert Tirry, cordiner 
Robert Jackson, sadler 



ix DIE, FEB. 1640 



Ann Munke, widdow (entered 

again below) 

Xpoferus Singleton, milner 
Godfrey Metcalfe, butcher 



Radulphus Cooper, taylor 
Xpoferus Crofte, cordiner 
Robertus Richardson, carpenter 
Wilfrid Lasinbie, baker 



DIE 23TIO, MARCH 1640 

Thomas Jefferson, marchant | John Muflfitt, lockesmith 

DIE 26TOJ MARCH 1641 



Giles Peckitt 

Gabrell Wharton, merchant 

Thomas Dawson, marchant ad- 

venterer 
Georgius Bucke, tayler 



Richard Bowes, mercer 
Robertus Yeoman, butcher 
Johannes Gill, glover 
Henricus Hodgson, cordiner 
Radulphus Tindell, joyner 



THE FKEEMEN OF YORK, 1640 



95 



Thomas Thorneton, laborer 
Henry Hustler, glover 
Adam Simpson, inholder 
Willelmus Barwicke, marchant 
Eichard Hewitt, marchant 
Richard Scadlethorpe, mercer 
William Smith, fishmonger 
Peter Tindall, marchant 
Johnathan Briggs, merchant 
Thomas Beamond, draper 
Michaell Accrid, bricklayer 
Johannes Dickinson, baker 
William Atkinson 
Francis England, habberdasher 
Johannes Morley, draper 
John Dayle, tapitter 
Robertus Clayton, goldsmith 
Johannes Loftus, draper 
Robert Franke, laborer 
Bartholomaeus Collyer, cordiner 
George Shaw 

Robertus Wardman, vintiner 
Rowland Mattison, chandler 
Rowland Newsome, laborer 



William Stringer, taylor 
Robertus Bayne, linnenweaver 
John Croke, linnenweaver 
Edward Dresser, taylor 
Richard Lovell, glover 
Willelmus Johnson, lockesmith 
Cuthbert Nickolson 
Willelmus Judson, silkeweaver 
Willelmus Sewell, musitian 
Thomas Prockett, tapiter 
Edward Booth, carpenter 
Robertus Cantley, porter 
Robertus Hargerie, milner 
Anne Muncke, widdow (entered 

also above) 

Bryan Denton, bricklayer 
Johannes Benson, bricklayer 
Henricus Smailes, bricklayer 
Thomas Metcalfe, marriner 
William Whorton, gentleman 
George Woodall, laborer 
Bartholomew Smith, laborer 
Raiph Darrill, blacksmith 
Johannes Sperling, tanner 



PEE PATEES 

Robert Todd, sadler, fil. Regnold Todd, sadler 

Franciscus Harrison, baker, fil. Thomge Harison, baker 

Edverdus Wray, baker, fil. Henrici Wray, skinner 

Leonardus Browne, cobler, fil. Leonardi Browne, cobler 

Francis Dunning, milliner, fil. Thomse Duning, milliner 

Thomas Tebb, tayler, fil. Richardi Tebb, tayler 

Peeter Bell, marriner, fil. Willelmi Bell, mariner 

Radulphus Tayler, milliner, fil. Radulphi Tayler, milliner 

Will. Horthforth (sic), merchant, fil. Ricardi Hartford, butcher 

Xpoferus Harland, lockesmith, fil. Georgii Harland, locksmith 

Robertus Ryder, butcher, fil. Christopher! Ryder, butcher 

John Todd, milner, fil. Roberti Todd, milner 

Leonardus Browne, cordwiner, fil. Leonardi Browne, cordiner 

John Hammand, tanner, fil. Ricardi Hammond, glover 

John Awstoin, baker, fil. Willelmi Awstin, baker 

James Holmes, cooper, fil. Georgii Holmes, taylor 

Ricardus Seaglethorpe, mercer, fil. Francisci Tyreman (sic), mercer 

Georgius Hemsworth, merchant, fil. Roberti Hemsworth, alderman 

Willelmus Waller, marriner, fil. Phillipi Waller, tanner 

Willelmus Smith, feltmaker, fil. Oswoldi Smith, feltmaker 

John Craven, glover, fil. John Craven, braysier 

Phillip Wilberfosse, tanner, fil. Johannis Wilberfosse, tanner 



96 



THE FREEMEN OF YORK, 1640-1 



Edwardus Dickinson, milliner, fil. Georgii Dickinson, habberdasher 

Abraham Dixon, baker, fil. Nicholai Dixson, baker 

Johannes Spencer, harbor, fil. John Spencer, baker 

Matthaeus Nevill, barber, fil. Henrici Nevill, marchant 

Isaack Dighton, cordiner, fil. William Dighton, joyner 

Joh. Hutchinson, blacksmith, fil. Tho. Hutchinson, blackesmith 

John Becke, mercer, fil. Johannis Becke, mercer 

Robert Graves, linnenweaver, fil. Edward Graves, linnenweaver 

Thomas Watson, bricklayer, fil. Johannis Watson, joyner 

Robert Croft, taylor, fil. Edward Crofte, glasier 

Robert Hutchinson, tanner, fil. Roberti Hutchinson, feltmaker 



17 CAR. I, EDW. COOPER, MILITE, MAJORS. THO. DRIFILL, 
WILL. BROOKE, ABR. ASKWITH, MICH. SECKER, MERCHANTS, 
JOH. WRIGHTSON, VINTN., THO. MASKALL, IMBROD., THO. 
BUCKLE, GLOV., PET. HILL, TANNER, CAMERARIIS 



Francis Moore, locksmith 
Thomas Raw, blacksmith 
Edward Sissons, chandler 
Anthonie Dixson, cobler 
Ric. Cundall, parchmentmaker 
William Williamson, cooke 
John Davie, milner 
William Graston, inholder 
Robert Wind, spurrier 
Robert Browne, grocer 
William Pannett, merchant 
Tho. Headley, parchmentmaker 
Vallentine Smith, braisier 
George Peckitt, pewtherer 
Miles Deane, barbarchirurgeon 
William Bell, apothecarie 
Xpofer Gibson, inholder 
Thomas Oliver, clothworker 
Thomas Spencer, laborer 
Marmaduke Todd, silkeweaver 
Francis Owthwaite, cordiner 
Richard Beckwith, trunckmaker 



William Robinson, mercer 
John Craw, dier 
John Cundall, parchmentmaker 
George Regnolds, watchmaker 
Robert Wright, silkeweaver 
William Lasinbie, merchant 
Edward Prickitt, milner 
William Harwood, felmonger 
Jo[hn] Newton, tannor 
Simon Wilson, joyner 
John Fearneley, merchant 
William Wilkinson, joyner 
John Tuteing, sadler 
Robert Lumley, taylor 
John Hudson, tayler 
Henrie Rigg, marriner 
Richard Rigg, habbadasher 
John Fairburne, inholder 
Mathew Beilby, laborer 
Thomas Wrather, merchant 
William North 



PER PATRES 

Thomas Bousfeild, pewtherer, fil. Johannis Bousfeild, pewtherer 
Geo. Winterburne, fishmonger, fil. Hen. Winterburne, fishmonger 
George Raper, cordiner, fil. Johannis Raper, instrumentmaker 
Thomas Cartwright, parchmentmaker, fil. Rogeri Cartwright, parch- 
mentmaker 

William Williamson, merchant, fil. Johannis Williamson, sadler 
Simon Craven, glover, fil. Johannis Craven, glover 



THE FEEEMEN OF YOEK, 1641-2 



97 



Richard Best, linnenweaver, fil. Richard Best, linnenweaver 
Christopher Hunter, cobler, fil. Johannis Hunter, cobler 
Willelmus Blackburne, tanner, fil. Christopher! Blackburne, tanner 
1 Andrew Marston, cook, fil. Radulphi Marston, inholder 
Thomas Nayler, mercer, fil. Robert Naylor, mercer 
Thomas Hall, lockesmith, fil. Thorns Hall, lockesmith 
Johannes Picke, inholder, fil. Pett. Picke, inholder 
Leonardus Hawley, linenweaver, fil. Thomae Hawley, carpenter 
Rogerus Wilson, locksmith, fil. Willelmi Wilson, locksmith 
Willelmus Harwood, fishmonger, fil. (blank) 
Johannes Smith, gentleman, fil. Johannis Smith, cordiner 
Robert Dutton, fishmonger, fil. Anthonii Dutton, fishmonger 
Matthseus Foster, fishmonger, fil. Matthasi Foster, fishmonger 



18 2 CAB. I, EDM. COWPEK, MILITE, MAJOEE. THO. WAED, MEECH., 
CHAE. BEANE, GEOC., EOB. HOOPES, DEAP., GEO. MAUKLAND, 
SKINNEE, WILL. KITCHINMAN, TAIL., EIC. BANKES, INHOLD., 
THO. STAVELEY, PEWTEEEE, MATTH. HILL, TANNEE, 
CAMEEAEIIS 



William Lockley, cordiner 
Thomas Kemp, cordiner 
Anthony Place, taylor 
John Wearsdale, cooke 
Thomas Hill, silkweaver 
James Benson, joyner 
Richard Bee, fishmonger 
William Thompson, marriner 
Will. Armestrong, brickmaker 
William Thomlinson, merchant 
Xpofer Freer, cordiner, appr. to 

John Leng 
Xpofer Petch, tailer 
Geo. Barricke, fishmonger, appr. 

to George Winterburne 



John Bake, tayler, appr. to John 

Milnes 

James Hart, laborer 
William Gill, milner 
John Kilvington, feltmaker 
William Dodggson, tayler 
George Tirrie, baker 
Robertus Hickinton (sic), baker 
John Wilson, fishmonger, appr. 

to John Maisterman 
Roger Ripley, bricklayer 
John Butterey, milner 
Edward Robson, tapitter 
Thomas Wood, draper 
George Moyser, milner 
Thomas Tennant, cordiner 






PEB PATBES 

Xpoffer Hardie, baker, fil. Georgii Hardy, baker 

Georgius Cawton, mercator, fil. Willelmi Cawton, mercatoris 

Jacobus Best, fishmonger, fil. Willelmi Best, fishmonger 

Robertus Thomlinson, fil. Johannis Thomlinson 

Thomas Biggin, cooper, fil. Briani Biggin, sledman 

Willelmus Williamson, carpenter, fil. Joh. Williamson, carpenter 

1 From the Chamberlain's Books. 

1 From the 18th to the 20th years of this reign there is some confusion in 
the Eegister, which I have corrected as far as possible from the Chamberlain's 
Books. Ed. 

VOL. II. H 



98 THE FREEMEN OF YORK, 1642-3 

Matthasus Hey, painter, fil. Johannis Hey, glover 
Willelmus Weare, carpenter, Robert! Weare, carpenter 
Thomas Pearson, taylor, fil. Thomse Pearson, taylor 
Mathteus Greensides, linnenweaver, fil. Bryani Greensides, linnen- 
weaver 

Johannes Mosey, taylor, appr. to Ricard Bainbrigg 
Thomas Bowes, inholder, fil. Robert! Bowes 
Johannes Fox, silkweaver, fil. Johannis Fox, carpenter 
Johannes Smith, feltmaker, fil. Oswald Smith, feltmaker 
Matthseus Sampson, barber, fil. Mathsei Samson, glover 
George Drusser, baker, fil. Johannis Drusser, baker 
Edward Blockeley, draper, fil. Edward Blockeley, draper 
Johannes Acroyd, vintiner, fil. Hugonis Acroyd, armorer 
Thomas Hart, tayler, fil. Willelmi Hart, tayler 
Matthaeus Jackson, cordiner, fil. Johannis Jackson, cordwiner 
Mattheeus Knaggs, blacksmith, appr to George Greene 
Robertas Scott, habbadasher, fil. Ricardi Scott, habbadasher 
Robertus Kay, blackesmith, fil. Roberti Kay, blacksmith 
Christopherus Newsom, cooke, fil. Rowlandi Newsome, baker 
Thomas Richardson, armorer, fil. Thomas Richardson, armorer 
Willelmus Nickolson, cordiner, fil. Valentine Nicholson, cordiner 
Thomas Williamson, marchant, fil. Johannis Williamson, sadler 



19 CAR. I, EDM. COWPER, KT., MAJORE. BRYAN DAWSON, EDW. 
ELWICK, MERCHANTS, RIG. PADGETT, JON. BECK, MERCERS, 
GEO. WATSON, DRAP., RAD. CHAITER, GROG., WILL. COBB, 
GIRDLER, JAC. PARKINSON, INHOLDER, CAMERARIIS 



Thomas Nowill, tanner 
Georgius Thistlewood, grocer 
Edward Shillitoe, barber 
Parcivallus Winterskale,redemp- 

cione 

Thomas Penrose, cordiner 
Henricus Bennett, apothecary 
Thomas Ward, apothecary 
Robertus Harrison, inholder 
Willelmus Smales, silkweaver 
Thomas Plaister, porter 
Mathew Nicholson, cordiner 
Johannes Trewett, tailor 
Georgius Ellis, baker 
Willelmus Metcalfe, draper 
Rogerus Carbutt, blacksmith 
Robertus Dawson, mercator 
Franciscus Hudson, mercator 
Willelmus Waind, mercator 



Simon Tipling, taylor 
Jasperus Woodworth, tailor 
Thomas Broowne, 1 blacksmith 
Johannes Sharpe, cordiner 
Thomas Barrowe, blacksmith 
Johannes Sharpe, cordiner 
Rob. Layzonby, wheelewright 
Tobias Ratliffe, painter stainer 
Phillipp Hall, laborer 
Jacobus Fearne, inholder, re- 

dempcione 

Edw. Robinson, inholder, red. 
Will. Sumpton, inholder, red 
Ricardus Fairebrick, bricklayer 
Georgeius Dalton, lynnen weaver 
Johannes Bedhard, inholder 
Edwardus Penrose, currier 
Johannes Johnson, milner 
Thomas Hodgson, cookje 



Burron in the Chamberlain's Books. 



THE FREEMEN OF YORK, 1643 



99 



Robertus Wyley, inbolder 
Edward Carlile, vintner 
Martinus Ward, translator 
Georgius Beeforth, tailer 
Mathaaus Faireburne, 1 weaver 
Willelmus Freearr, tailor 
Johannes Slaiter, redempcione 
Eadulphus Croft, milloner 
Edwardus Stockdale, butcher 
Jacobus Clarke, tailor 
Georgius Hurst, clothdresser 
Willelmus Lockwood, mercator 
Johannes Smith, inholder 
Thomas Wivell, mercator 
Willelmus Button, freelaborer 
Edwardus Smith, freelaborer 
Willelmus Rycroft, idem 
Petrus Stubbes, idem 
Johannes Johnson, idem 



Thomas Flint, idem 
Nicholaus Colson, idem 
Franciscus Cawsey, idem 
Thomas Rusby, idem 
Elizabetha Wilkinson, viddua 
Jana Emerson, viddua 
Johannes Laysonby, pinner 
Franciscus Fearneley, grocer 
Thomas Pidase, mercator 
Robert Drewe, cook 
Roger Sheaperd, tailor 
Richard Tennant, tailor 
Robertus Webster, tanner 
Willelmus Jackson, laborer 
Roger Chapman, panyerman 
Conyers Robson, tanner 
Jonathan West, mercator 
Thomas Hawkins, fishmonger 
John Walker, tanner 



PER PATEES 

Johannes Tierman, cordiner, fil. Richardi Tierman, pewtherer 

Thomas Wilson, linnenweaver, fil. Thomas Wilson, bricklayer 

Jacobus Nicolson, currier, fil. Anthonii Nicholson, currier 

Edwardus Acklam, sadler, fil. Thomaa Acklam, sadler 

Thomas Williamson, mercator, fil. Johannis Williamson, sadler 

Johannes Baines, mercator, fil. Edwardi Baines, mercatoris 

Henricus Nevill, vintner, fil. Radulphi Nevill, mercer 

Georgius Lawnde, baker, fil. Thomas Lawnde, nup. alder. 

Thomas Clay, tapiter, fil. Jacobi Clay, tapiter 

William Smith, tayler, fil. William Smith, tayler 

William Robinson, marriner, sonn of Tho. Robinson, haberdasher 

Thomas Bovell, carpenter, sonn of Nicholas Bovell, carpenter 

Lawrence Thompson, cordwaner, sonn of Ric. Thompson, cordwayner 

Georgius Lownsdale, vintner, fil. Petri Lownsdale, vintner 

Jacobus Dixon, taler, fil. Roberti Dixon, joyner 

Robertus Burton, joyner, fil. Jacobi Burton, joyner 

Myles Rookesby, baker, fil. Milonis Rookesby, baker 

Georgius Waineman, taler, fil. Nicholai Waineman, taler 

Radulphus Pearson, joyner, fil. Willelmi Pearson, tanner 

Johannes Loft, silkweaver, fil. Xpoferi Loft, silkweaver 

Abraham Mankins, taler, fil. Stephani Mankins, taler 

Rogerus Tesh, carpenter, fil. Willelmi Tesk, sledman 

Godfrey Otley, bricklayer, fil. Georgii Otley, bricklayer 

Johannes Lister, upholster, fil. Tristrami Lister, upholster 

Miles Hartley, milner, fil. Thomas Hartley, cordiner 

Johannes Musgrave, laborer, fil. Christoferi Musgrave, sherman 



Fairkrick in the Chamberlain's Books. 



H2 



100 



THE FREEMEN OF YORK, 1643-4 



Henricus Robinson, cowper, fil. Jacobi Robinson, dyer 
Thomas Melley, brasier, fil. Gilberti Melley, brasier 
Thomas Wilson, blacksmith, fil. Thomae Wilson, blacksmyth 



20 CAR. I, JOH. GELDARD, MAJORE. SAM. SAYER, MERCH., THO. 
LACIE, MERCER, TIM. SQUIER, WILL. METCALFE, DRAPERS, 
JAS. BLACKBEARD, HABERDASHER, RAIPH REGNOLDS, IN- 
HOLDER, RIG. DAY, BAK., JAS. SHORESWOOD, CORDINER 



Robert Acroyd, joyner 
Richard Attkinson, taylor 
John Maud, draper 
Thomas Pulleyne, taylor 
William Wayles, panyerman 
Ricardus Bainbrigg, glover 
Jacobus Rutter, vintiner 
Johannes Watson, pinner 
Johannes Dinish, taylor 
Johannes Atkinson, cooke 
Henricus Collison, cordiner 
Johannes Reeve 
William Porter, roper 
Johannes Horner 
John Day, taylor 
Johannes Cooper, merchant 
Jacobus Simpson 
Richard Smith 
Mary Hairkshirstle 
George Horner, mercer 
John Shaw, grocer 
William Burden, 1 laborer 
Francis Wells, taylor 
Raiph Bowlton, cooper 
William Richardson, mercer 
William Cundall, butcher 
Thomas Wildman, linnenweaver 
Johannes Hayles, laborer 
Thomas Bradley, inholder 
Robert Fittzrandall, taylor 



Xpofer Attkinson, milner 
Arthur Haire, inholder 
George Scott, merchant 
Paul Barcrest, merchant 
Johannes Fisher, merchant 
Jacobus Sinkler, gunsmith 
William Tindall, cordwinner 
George Steeton, silkweaver 
William Benson 
Thomas Denkin, tayler 
Ric. Harland, instrumentmaker 
Xpofer Haider, milner 
William Whawley, cordwiner 
Anthony Midleton, milner 
Anthony Wilson, milner 
Henricus Walker, butcher 
Willelmus Stephenson, glover 
Raph Walkinton 
Ricardus Preston, dyer 
Bartholomew Yeoman, butcher 
John Fawcett, laborer 
Humfrey Peckitt, butcher 
Pe[r]igreene Anderson, barber 
Thomas Flemin, barker 
Thomas Taylor 
Samuell Hoyle 
Xpofer G[r]ant (?) 
Thomas Read 
Henry Genii 
Henry Combes 



PEB PATRES 

Leonard Smithis, glover, fil. Thomae Smith, cordwiner 
Matthaeus Ward, cordwiner, fil. Roberti Ward, tanner 
Thomas Murton, cooke, fil. Jacobi Murton, girdler 
Jacobus Barehead, baker, fil. Nickolai Barehead, baker 
Thomas Booth, habbadasher, fil. Ricardi Booth, habbadasher 
Johannes Sawer, tayler, fil. Henrici Sawer, taylor 

1 Burdus in the Chamberlain's Books. 



THE FKEEMEN OF YORK, 1644 



101 



Willelmus Davison, cobler, fil. Jacob! Davison, baker 

Johannes Beane, taylor, fil. Koberti Beane, taylor 

Xpofer Normanvell, cordiner, fil. Johannis Normanvell 

Lowther Preston, metleman, fil. Willelmi Preston 

Thomas Procter, cordiner, fil. Thomae Procter, tallowchandler 

Josephus Turner, cordiner, fil. Georgii Turner, chirurgion 

Thomas Lee, potter, fil. Henrici Lee, milner 

Thomas Bywell, baker, fil. Mathew Bywell, baker 

Paullus Crosbie, taylor, fil. Henrici Crosbie, taylor 

George Burtun, pewtherer, fil. Georgii Burton 

Leonard Donkin, glasiner, fil. Leonardi Donkin, joyner 

William Wood, vintiner, fil. Stephen Wood, apothecarie 

Robert Gambell, carpenter, fil. Roberti Gambell, tanner 

Thomas Bowfeild, bricklayer, fil. Samueli Bowfeild, feltmaker 

Matthew Nickleson, carpenter, fil. Willelmi Nickolson, carpenter 

William Renolds, cordiner, fil. Seath Renold, inholder 

Valentine Harrison, silkweaver, fil. Johannis Harrison, cordiner 

Johannes Buckle, gunsmith, fil. Oswold Buckle, gunsmith 

John Smith, habbadasher, fil. Andrew Smith, taylor 

Roger Spacie, appr. of William Spacie, barbesurgon 

Johannes Beares, appr. of Robert Davie, turner 

Matthew Blith, appr. of Zacaria Bayles, cordwiner 

Henry Bland, joyner, fil. Humfrey Bland 

Jacobus Metcalfe, fil. Francisci Metcalfe, butcher 

Thomas Awmand, fil. Roberti Awmand, freeman 

Johannes Newsom, fil. Georgii Newsome, a vintener, a freman 

James Dixson, fil. Gabrell Dixson, habbadasher 

Henry Thackwray, fil. of Thomas Thackwray, a freman 

John Chapman, sonne of John Chapman, a tanner 

Willelmus Sanderson, sadler, sonne of Raiph Sanderson, a freeman 

NEW FBANCHEST MENN MORE 



Michaell Saltus, laborer 
Thomas Watson 
John Macke, joyner 
John Gamble, translator 
Mathew Williamson 
William Root, taylor 
Roger Spacy 
John Gibson 
Mathew Blith 
John Beares 
James Burroskill 
Lawrence Haxupp, laborer 
William Dodgson 
William Scholey 
Thomas Straker 
Thomas Robinson, laborer 
Henry Ward 



George Waite 

Thomas Egglefeild 

Edmund Weddell 

Francis Ewbank 

William Adman 

Abraham Hemmingway, baker 

James Sale, baker 

Fran. Mawburne, stationer 

Mathew Belton 

John Dodgson 

Thomas Drewrie, draper 

Xpofer Spence, taylor 

Richard Rowly 

Xpofer Todd 

William Makepeace 

John Bainbrigg, laborer 



102 



THE FREEMEN OF YORK. 1645 



21 CAR. I, STEP. WATSON, MAJORE. RIG. HEWITT, MERCH., ROB. 
BENSON, WILL. CRAKE, MERCERS, GREG. EMPSON, SENIORE, 
GROC., ROB. WILLIAMSON, GOLDSMYTH, WILL. HEY, INHOLD., 
THO. LOVELL, GLOV., GEO. HUNTER, CORDINER, CAMERARIIS 



Nichol Blackbeard, citty clerk 
Robert Dixson, tayler 
William Prince, goldsmith 
Josua Geldert, goldsmith 
Michaell Cooke, cooke 
Anthonie Lister, draper 
John Williamson, marriner 
Mathew Vessey, marchant 
Lawrence Harrison, cordiner 
Robert Lyn, miller 
William Waggitt, tayler 
John Ward, bricklayer 
William Langdayle, dyer 
Richard Husband, bricklayer 
William Hewthwhaite, grocer 
George Hobson, laborer 
Richard Sandeman, panyrman 
Charles Wharton, taylor 
John Bennington, cordwiner 
Thomas Suggitt, barber 
Raiph Wilkinson, taylor 
George Bracebridge, mercer 
Richard Tennant, baker 
Abraham Boyes, truncmaker, by 

redemption 

Samuell Plumroy, apothecary 
Phillip Constable, mercer 
Thomas Wetherell, merchant 
Thomas Swaile, inholder 
Thomas Ullathorn, silkweaver 
Francis Humfrey, milner 
William Kempe, habbadasher 
William Lupton, clockmaker 
William Mannerds, sadler 
William Theakston, taylor 
John Riley, blacksmith 
Fred. Thursleby, by redemption 
George Greene, milloner 
Thomas Cherry, by redemption 
Thomas Watson, free laborer 
William Wright, butcher 



George White, inholder 
Thomas Nisbitt, merchant 
Edward Wivell, grocer 
Raiph Brocklebanke, by re- 
demption 

Johan Coward, cordiner 
Henrie Ackroyd, merchant 
Franciscus Elcocke, mercer 
William Hart, merchant 
Addam Summerscales, merchant 
Robert Cartwright, cooke 
Lawrence Holtby, bricklayer 
Robert Skinner, tanner 
George Sigsworth, cooper 
Francis Hodgson, translator 
John Thomson, carver 
John Ripley, confectioner, by 

redemption 
Robert Poole, tayler 
Theophilus Nesfeild, draper 
Richard Empson, talor 
John Preistman, by redemption 
John Wood, vintner, by re- 
demption 

William Pullein, tapister 
Jesper Kettlewell, draper 
Thomas Sharpe, tayler 
Jeffrey Nicolson, by redemption 
James Sheperd, butcher 
James Dawson, draper 
Xpofer Richardson, cordwainer 
Robert Peckett, tapeter 
Tho. Saterthwaite, cordwainer 
Anthony Wright, cordwainer 
Will. Tayler, butcher, redemption 
William Browne, merchant 
John Moore, mariner 
Naham Cash, redemption 
Nicholas Rotherforth, glover 
Josias Oxenerd, haberdasher 
Richard Scott, butcher 



THE FREEMEN OF YORK, 1645-6 103 

PEE PATBES 

Alex. Masbrother, instrumentmaker, fil. Geo. Masbrother, instru- 

mentmaker 

Francis Smith, braisier, fil. (blank) Smith 
William Scot, habbadasher, fil. Willelmi Scott, gent 
Xpoferus Musgrave, cooke, fil. Xpoferi Musgrave, shearman 
John Metcalfe, tallowchandler, fil. Edmond Metcalfe, tallowchandler 
Edward Deane, mercer, fil. James Deane, mercer 
Edward Hutchinson, tanner, fil. Richard Hutchinson, tanner 
John Whithill, bricklayer, fil. Anthony Whithill, bricklayer 
Paujl Wilson, fil. John Wilson, tayler 
Thomas Harrison, fil. Thomas Harrison, butcher 
Abr. Faber, tallowchandler, fil. Will. Faber, tallowchandler 
Eobert Thomson, sonne of George Thompson, barber 
John Croft, generosus, fil. Edward Crofte, glasiner 
Will. Harrison, clothdresser, fil. John Harrison, cordwiner 
Roger Casson, goldsmith, fil. Simon Casse (sic) 
Eobert Weddell, draper, fil. John Weddell, butcher 
Johannes Greggs, taylor, fil. Hugh Gregs, bricklayer 
James Burne, taylor, fil. Xpofer Burne, blacksmith 
Richard Dineis, butcher, fil. Thomas Dinneis, butcher 
Ric. Cooper, junior, silkweaver, fil. Ric. Cooper, silkweaver 
Marmaduke Bell, translator, fil. Marke Bell, translator 
Thomas Wilson, carpenter, fil. Will. Wilson, carpenter 
Richard Cowltman, cuttler, fil. Ric. Cowltman, cutler 
John Thompson, carver, fil. (blank) 
Henry May, grocer, fil. Andrew May, grocer 
Henry Eskrigg, mercer, fil. William Eskrigg, milloner 
Michaell Cambell, blacksmith, fil. John Cambell, blacksmith 
James Vaux, silkweaver, fil. John Vaux, silkweaver 
James Dighton, fil. James Dighton, laborer 
Robert Hardy, cordwainer, son of Robert Hardy, baker 
John Smith, cordwainer, son of Christopher Smith, baker 
Christopher Hewley, draper, son of Mr. Thomas Hewley, draper 
George Clerke, son of George Clerke, keeleman 
John Hamon, son of Thomas Hamon, pewtherer 
Thomas Pratt, feltmaker, son of Richard Pratt, feltmaker 
Samuel Jackson, son of John Jackson, haberdasher 
William Batchelor, son of John Batchelor, butcher 

22 CAR. I, THO. DICKINSON, MAJORE. GEO. PEACOCK, GABR. 
WHARTON, WILL. BARWICKE, MERCATORIBUS, THO. DRURIE, 
CHRIS. HEWLEY, DRAPS., WILL. ROWLAND, PEWTERER, THO. 
HEBDON, TANNER, FRAN. MAWBURN, STATIONER, CAMERA- 
RIIS 

Josias Oxnerd, haberdasher 
Ricardus Scott, butcher 
Franciscus Clarke, tayler 



Johannes Nicholson, porter 
Archibaldus Tilly, porter 
Robertus Dunch, liningweaver 



104 



THE FREEMEN OF YORK, 1646 



Johannes Maslyn, hotpresser 
Xpofer Hayfourth, mercer 
Samuelus Cash, yeoman 
Georgius Acres, yeoman 
Thomas Salmon, tallow chandler 
Jac. Body, free laborer, pro vita 
Mannaducus Burras, yeoman 
Matthasus Gayle, baker 
Eic. Shipton, by redemption 
Philipus Hall, redemption 
Timotheus Nesfeild, mercator 
Michaelus Settle, darnexweaver 
Georgius Lamplough, mercator 
Xpofer Cooke, mercator 
Eic. Wood, free laborer, pro vita 
Henricus Wilkinson, butcher 
Willelmus Marshall, free laborer, 

pro vita 

Eobertus Peart, butcher 
Thomas Whitfeild, baker 
Eadulphus Coolbeke (?) tayler 
Gulielmus Plaister, laborer 
Edwardus Bovell, milloner 
Willelmus Scott, liningweaver 
Thomas Marshall, linengweaver 
Andreas Hall, cordwainer 
Johannes Greene, cordwainer 
Willelmus Garner, girdler 



Johannes Maw, cordwainer 
Willelmus Dixon, tayler 
Mich. Vessey, cutler, p. redemp. 
Eobertus Watson, per redemp. 
Johannes Leake, mercator 
Thomas Tayler, mercator 
Henricus Shippard, cordwainer 
Thomas Malim, appothecary 
Johannes Otley, tanner 
Jacobus Wood, parchmentmaker 
Xpofer Browne, inholder, per 

redemp. 

Willelmus Jefferson, tayler 
Johannes Wempe, cordwainer 
Martinus Heblethwaite, cooke 
Will. Laverock, laborer, pro vita 
Willelmus Bossall, carpenter 
Thomas Thornedike, mercator 
Guido Moore, marchant 
Johannes Swan, tanner 
Johannes Smeaton, watchmaker 
[Hjenricus Darcy, barber 
Xpoferus Dewer, armorer 
Eicardus Lund, butcher 
Johannes Thomlinson, draper 
Jacobus Tenant, vintiner 
Johannes Pay tin, grocer 
Eic. Wallis, free laborer, redemp. 



PEB PATRES 

Stephanus Beane, cordwainer, fil. Eoberti Beane 

Georgius Browneles, butcher, fil. Willelmi Browneles, baker 

Thomas Iley, fil. Thomse Iley, tayler 

Yorke Horner, mercator, fil. Eadulphe Homer 

Georgius Cooper, silkeweaver, fil. Eicardi Cooper, silkeweaver 

Thomas Wilton, butcher, fil. Johannis Wilton, butcher 

Eobertus Lister, fil. Nicholai Lister, painterstaner 

Thomas Sharpe, fil. Matthsei Sharpe, butcher 

Edward Newbie, fil. Willelmi Newbie, cordwainer 

Xpoferus Waide, tanner, fil. Xpoferi Waide 

Oswold Smith, artizen skiner, fil. Oswoldi Smith, hatter 

Georgius Smith, weaver, fil. Edwardi Smith 

Tristram Dawson, cooper, fil. Thomse Dawson, cordwaner 

Willelmus Waslyn, tanner, fil. Eoberti Waslyn 

Georgius Dent, tayler, fil. Georgii Dent 

Jacobus Bancks, vintner, fil. Thomae Bancks, feltmaker 

Johannes Hart, cutler, fil. Eoberti Hart 

Willelmus Ellis, baker, fil. Willelmi Ellis, clerici 



THE FKEEMEN OF YOKE, 1646-7 105 

Edwardus Wilkinson, fil. Roberti Wilkinson, inholder 
Georgius Biggin, cobler, fil. Briani Biggin, sledman 
Georgius Chapman, tanner, fil. Johannis Chapman 
Willelmus Turner, marriner, fil. Willelmi Turner, weaver 
Xpoferus Morley, barberchirurgeon, fil. Willelmi Morley, et appr. ad 

Willelmum Ercott 

Johannes Gill, cooper, fil. Willelmi Gill, cooper 
Jacobus Leach, barberchirurgion, fil. Jasperi Leach 
Johannes Hunter, translator, fil. Johannis Hunter 
Marcus Robinson, fil. Thomae Robinson, hatter 



23 CAE. I, BOB. HOKNEE, MAJOEE. HUG. WELBUENE, GEO. 
LAMPLOUGH, MEECATOEIBUS, JOH. GILL, MEECEE, JOS. 
SWALE, DEAP., CHEIS. LEEDALL, PINNEE, SAM. GLAVES, 
TALLOWCHANDLEE, WILL. COATS, FEAN. EWBANKE, MAL- 
STEES, CAMEEAEIIS 

PER PATRES 

Thomas Reeveley, baker, fil. Johannis Reeveley 

Thomas Greene, haberdasher, fil. Johannis Greene 

Abrahamus Hutton, glover, fil. Christopheri Hutton 

Thomas Wright, whelewright, fil. Thomae Wright 

Franciscus Burden, cobler, fil. Thomae Burden 

Thomas Fell, tayler, fil. Georgii Fell 

Johannes Hutchinson, fil. Henrici Hutchinson, glover 

Thomas Hardy, fil. Roberti Hardy, baker 

Richardus Browne, grocer, fil. Radulphi Browne, baker 

Jacobus Leedall, pinner, fil. Christoferi Leedall 

Johannes Sowrey, fil. Jacobi Sowrey, milloner 

Jacobus Darke, prim, genit. fil. Jacobi Darke, coqui 

Johannes Darke, secund. genit. fil. praedicti Jacobi Darke, coqui 

Robertus Darke, ter. genit. fil. prasdicti Jacobi Darke 

Robertus Hutchinson, fil. Thomae Hutchinson, mercer 

Jonas Maskall, grocer, fil. Thomae Maskall, imbrotherer 

Willelmus Smith, milloner, fil. Thomae Smith 

Edwardus Woodhouse, translatour, fil. Thomae Woodhouse, joiner 

Petrus Craven, glover, fil. Johannis Craven, joyner 

Johannes Denis, pewtherer, fil. Michaelli Denis, potter 

Johannes Rooksby, watchmaker, fil. Milonis Rooksby, baker 

Johannes Coolinge, butcher, fil. Johannis Cooling, butcher 

E[s]dras Spence, butcher, fil, Johannis Spence, butcher 



Thomas Read, per redemp. 
Robert Tindall, fremason, per 

redemp. 

William Turner, cordiner 
Robert Madson, baker 
Andrew Skiner, tanner 



Thomas Blyth, draper 
Roger Greene, porter 
Richard Cowper, taylor 
Jannes Beeforth, skiner 
John Tyreman, per redemp. 
William Browne, miller 



106 



THE FKEEMEN OF YORK, 1647-8 



William Hall, taylor 
Thomas Gilling, per redemp. 
Thomas Lund, tanner 
John Marshall, glover 
Nicholas Hargreaves, mercer 
John Halleday, merchant 
Eichard Eichardson, cowper 
Charles Lambert, grocer 
William Barrow, tanner 
Eobert Mitchell, cowper 
John Steadman, per redemp. 
William Bell, per redemp. 
John Hill, grocer 
Eic. Cusson, parchmentmaker 
Joseph Hewetson, tanner 
Eichard Woodburne, blacksmith 
Eeuben Dawson, marriner 
William Lund, baker 
Francis Yeaman, glover 
John Newhouse, taylor 
Will. Poplewell, vintner, per 

redemp. 
Eobert Trollop, freemason, per 

redemp. 



James Brigs, artizan skiner 
Eobert Bickerdike, curier 
Francis Eaper, carpenter 
John Constable, merchant 
John Plewman, tayler 
Michaell Fothergill, cordwainer 
Eobert Donkin, milner 
Xpofer Fisher, felmonger 
Henry Foster, yeaman, per 

redemp. 

Vincent Day, marriner 
Eobert Fewler, marriner 
Eobert Johnson, locksmith 
Thomas Eeynolds, cordwainer 
Parcevall Browne, linenweaver 
Nicholas Smith, linenweaver 
Eobert Cooke, grocer 
Thomas Eichardson, fishmonger 
Cuthbert Brittan, baker 
John Hewthwate, plumer 
Edw. Davison, plumer, per 

redemp. 
Arthur Darcye, milliner 



24 CAE. I, LEONE. THOMSON, MAJOEE. FEAN. WAYND, JOS. 
OLEY, GEO. SCOTT., HEN. AKEEOYD, WILL. HAET, MEECA- 
TOEIBUS, WILL. BELL, GEOC., FEAN. BEIGE, GOLDSMITH, 
THO. EEYNOLDS, TANNEE, CAMEEAEIIS 



John Franckland, dyer 
Phillipp Esh, mercer 
Thomas Fothergill, dyer 
John Hoyle, per redemp. 
Matth. Pettye, per redemptionem 
Tho. Garthwaite, clothworker 
Mathew Hobson, taylor 
Edmond Custis, marchant 
Fran. Wheelwright, per redemp. 
Tho. Franckland, per redemp. 
John Hunter, milner 
Thomas Duglas, laborer 
James Hutchinson, merchant 
Francis Morland, haberdasher 
Mathew Humphrey, haberdasher 
Michaell Barstow, mercer 
John Peck, taylor 
George Beerman, cooke 
William Straker, draper 



Eobert Hudson, locksmith 
Thomas Garforth, merchant 
William Fletcher, taylor 
Thomas Corney, vintner 
John Eichardson, baker 
Thomas Howgill, grocer 
Francis Hall, silkweaver 
Eichard Tattersall, grocer 
Elias Jones, per redemptionem 
Marmaduke Thomson, mercer 
Francis Feild, merchant 
William Wyvell, mercer 
Andrew Martin, armorer 
Eichard Fleaming, roper 
Henry Allanson, mercer 
Christopher Dynis, tanner 
Sam. Day, merchant, per redemp. 
Thomas Harvie, imbroderer 
John Eawdon, taylor 



THE FREEMEN OF YOKK, 1648 



107 



Richard Salmon, per redemp. 
Thomas Morritt, marriner 
James Dawson, marriner 
John Westburne, baker 
Andrew Browne, merchant 
John Cooke, porter, per redemp. 
Thomas Thomlinson, draper 
Peter Fawdington, taylor 
William Sherwin, haberdasher 

and chandler 

William Eamsden, merchant 
Henry Barrowes, mercer 
Joseph Nelson, grocer 
Rowland Watson, merchant 
Jos. Hoyle, fre laborer, for life 
William Robinson, tanner 
Mathew Arkendale, tanner 



Robert Prudon, mercer 
Frances Bacon, widdow, free for 

her widdowhoode onely 
John Wilkinson, per redemp. 
Richard Stringer, cordiner 
William Morlan, curry er 
William Wheatley, fishmonger 
Francis Duckett, merchant 
Samuell Burne, bricklayer 
Gabriell Bell, merchant 
Thomas Wayte, stationer 
Tho. Hesletine, gent., per redemp. 
Henry Thompson, merchant 
Richard Palmer, stationer 
Richard Tottington, per redemp. 
Richard Allanson, butcher 
John Hunter, cowper 



PER PATEES 

Willelmus Shaw, marriner, fil. Ricardi Shaw, marriner 

James Cowper, blacksmith, fil. Jacobi Cowper 

Francis Cooke, locksmith, fil. Francisci Cooke, lyningdraper 

Mathew Myers, butcher, fil. Triniani Myers, butcher 

Joseph Smith, merchant, fil. Edwardi Smith, draper 

Phillipp Harbert, merchant, fil. Phillippi Harbert, merchant 

Ricardus Leedall, cordiner, fil. Xpoferi Leedall, pinner 

Thomas Fairewether, fil. Willelmi Fairewether, inholder 

Thomas Horner, fil. Petri Horner, mercer 

Samuel Farrer, watchmaker, fil. Rogeri Farrer, taylor 

Richardus Francke, merchant, fil. Georgii Francke, merchant 

Robertus Symison, roper, fil. Georgii Symison, roper 

Johannes Hewson, translator, fil. Willelmi Hewson, cordiner 

Rogerus Frear, silkweaver, fil. Ricardi Freer, cordiner 

Thomas Jackson, tanner, fil. Leonardi Jackson, tanner 

Johannes Williamson, taylor, fil. Willelmi Williamson, malster 

Willelmus Weare, carpenter, fil. Percivalli Weare, carpenter 

Thomas Buckle, tanner, fil. Johannis Buckle, tanner 

Georgius Swaile, inholder, fil. Xpoferi Swailes, inholder 

Henricus Day, barber, fil. Henrici Day, barber 

Georgius Mountaine, barber, fil. Edwardi Mountaine 

Benedict Horsley, painter stainer, fil. Edw. Horsley, painter stainer 

Richard Knapton, blacksmith, fil. Petri Knapton 

Henricus Dickinson, merchant, fil. Xpoferi Dickinson, merchant 

Thomas Hunter, mercer, fil. Georgii Hunter, bricklayer 

Xpoferus Poade, silkweaver, fil. Johannis Poade, milner 

Johannes Sergison, clothworker, fil. Charoli Sergison 

Matthew Walker, baker, fil. Thorns Walker, baker 

Peter Cawtley, fil. Johannis Cawtley, marriner 



108 



THE FEEEMEN OF YORK, 1648-9 



Johannes Greenupp, taylor, fil. Johannis Greenupp, glover 
Willelmus Wilson, taylor, fil. Henrici Wilson, chirargion 
Jacobus Edge, fil. Abrahami Edge, weaver 
Thomas Carter, weaver, fil. Thomas Carter, weaver 
Xpoferus Heward, goldsmith, fil. Willelmi He ward, vintner 
Josephus Gill, taylor, fil. Roberti Gill, malster 
Samuell Wright, baker, fil. Henrici Wright, baker 
Edwardus Gayle, locksmith, fil. Eadulphi Gayle, locksmith 
Johannes Plumer, goldsmith, fil. Jacobi Plumer, goldsmith 
Jacobus Lobley, marriner, fil. Jacobi Lobley 
Willelmus Stagges, silkweaver, fil. Willelmi Stagges, taylor 
James Busfeild, fil. Parcivel Busfeild, haberdasher 
Robertus Askquith, fil. Thomas Askquith, inholder 



A.D. MDCXLIX, WILL. TAYLOE, MAJORE. GEO. LAMPLOUGH, 
MERCAT., GEO. HORNER, MERCER, EDW. LUND, DRAP., WILL. 
CALVERT, HOSIER, RIG. BOOTH, HABERDASHER, JOH. WRIGHT, 
MILLONER, ABR. FABER, CHANDLER, WILL. LEE, MILNER, 
CAMERARIIS 



Mathew Elwald, merchant 
George Gregorie, per redemp. 
William Brigges, carpenter 
John Hutton, cordiner 
John Hutton, ship carpenter 
Richard Bawtry, clothdresser 
Tymothy Wright, merchant 
John Place, merchant 
Thomas Linton, taylor 
Mathew Stead, frelaborer 
William Watson, freelaborer 
William Jackson, vintner 
William Thomson, taylor 
William Holling, feltmaker 
John Williamson, baker 
Thomas Skipwith, haberdasher 
William Belwood, spurrier 
Thomas Bealbie, blacksmith 
John Edwards, per redemp. 
Samuell Scholey, cowper 
Henry Makereth, bricklaier 
William Yorke, cordiner 
Robert Topcliffe, scissorsmith 
Richard Linsley, glover 
Samuell Driffeild, taylor 



John Walker, marchant 
Lancelott Franckland, dyer 
George Pickering, mercer 
William Heather, mercer 
Phineas Browne, mercer 
Andrew Taylor, merchant 
Richard Wilson, dyer 
Marke Batchelor, pinner 
John Day, baker 
Isack Bathorne, porter, for life 
Thomas Hembrough, taylor 
George Milhouse, milner 
Thomas Walton, tanner 
Tho. Foster, laborer, per redemp. 
Stephen Beamond, draper 
John Fuddell, taylor 
William Smyth, baker 
Richard Kilvington, merchant 
William Williamson, trunck- 

maker 

John Raper, free laborer 
Thomas Benson, merchant 
Thomas Bawtry, merchant 
Will. Squire, lynnenweaver, per 

red. 



PER PATBES 

Abell Seamer, watchmaker, fil. William S earner, watchmaker 
Josephus Seamer, watchmaker, fil. William Seamer, watchmaker 



THE FREEMEN OF YOKE, 1649-50 



109 



Johannes Richardson, laborer, fil. Henry Richardson, glover 
Paulus Spencer, baker, fil. Johannis Spencer, baker 
Willelmus Spence, cordiner, fil. Milonis Spence, cordiner 
Peter Browne, baker, fil. Radulphi Browne, baker 
Edwardus Parker, fil. Radulphi Parker, mercer 
Abrahamus Smith, baker, fil. Ricardi Smith, brasier 
Edwardus Calvert, haberdasher, fil. Edwardi Calvert, gent. 
Johannes Barnard, fil. Seath Barnard, taylor 
Johannes Barrowby, dyer, fil. Johannis Barrowby 
Radulphus Bilton, marchant, fil. Henry Bilton, marchant 
Pheneas Blanchard, fil. Rogeri Blanchard, vintner 
Willelmus Blanchard, fil. Rogeri Blanchard, vintner 
David Howsman, silkweaver, fil. Hen. Howsman, fishmonger 
Johannes Burascale, lyningweaver, fil. Jacobi Burrascale 
Robertus Foster, milner, fil. Roberti Foster, milner 
Leonard Haxupp, taylor, fil. Jacobi Haxupp, butcher 
Michaellus (sic) Staveley, pewtherer, fil. Thomas Staveley 
Thomas Foster, sadler, fil. Willelmi Foster, inholder 
Thomas Maskew, cordiner, fil. Willelmi Maskew 
Edwardus Kempe, fil. Willelmi Kempe, haberdasher 
Leonardus Robinson, tanner, fil. Radulphi Robinson 
Robertus Rawdon, pinner, fil. Jacobi Rawdon, inholder 
William Carlton, merchant, fil. Thomas Carlton, haberdasher 
Bartholomew Bainester, fil. Phelix Bainester, merchant 



THOSE WHO ARE MADE FREE IN THE MAIORALTIE OF THE 
HONBLE. JAMES BROOKE, MAIOR OF THE CITTY OF YORK, &c. 
CHAMBERLAINS S OF THE SAME CITTY FROM THE FEAST OF 
ST. MAURICE 1650 UNTILL THE SAID FEAST 1651: 

JAS. HUTCHINSON, HEN. THOMSON, MERCHANTS, WILL. ROBINSON, 
GEO. THISLETHWAITE, MERCERS, EARTH. ABBOTT, DRAP., 
HEN. STUBBS, TAYL., XPOF. COATES, INHOLDER, RIC. COLTMAN, 
CUTLER, CHAMBERLAINS 



John Mickilfeild, baker 
James Marshall, taylor 
John Marston, bridlemaker 
Robert Beeforth, locksmith 
Michaell Browne, cordiner 
William Smeaton, tanner 
George Parker, taylor 
Nicholas Dun well, vintner 
Edward Doncaster, lynnen- 

weaver 

Andrew Overon, carpenter 
Thomas Johnson, cordwainer 
Henry Hunter, bricklayer 
Edward Carter, tanner 



Thomas Thomson, cowper 
Hen. Armistead, artizan skinner 
Samuell Daniell, by redemption 
Thomas Smith, tanner 
Thomas Hamond, tanner 
Robert Ward, blacksmith 
James Coats, baker 
Mathew Harrison, taylor 
Robert Holdsworth, barber 
John Hewitt, merchant 
William Benson, armorer 
Arthur Saunderson, taylor 
John Dove, joyner 
Leonard Hornsey, translator 



110 THE FREEMEN OF YORK, 1650-1 



William Johnson, by redemption 
Francis Dawson, free laburer, for 

life 

Richard Lenge, by redemption 
Peter Sheelds, by redemption 



Thomas Wainde, merchant 
Edward Brecks, by redemption 
Owen Hewes, taylor, by redemp- 
tion 
John Waite, silkweaver 



John Hawkins, pinner 

THOSE WHO CLAIME FREEDOM BY PATRIMONY 

Richard Woodhouse, joyner, son of Thomas Woodhouse, joyner 

Will. Cawood, lining weaver, son of Thomas Cawood, dyer 

William Rawdon, son of James Rawdon, inholder 

James Hunter, skinner, son of Henry Hunter, bricklayer 

Marke Acklam, son of Thomas Acklam, sadler 

Robert Raper, son of William Raper, draper 

William Robinson, barber, son of William Robinson 

Stephen Wharton, taylor, son of Henry Wharton 

Richard Chapman, milner, son of John Chapman 

Francis Empson, locksmith, son of John Empson, locksmith 

George Heward, son of William Heward, vintner 

George Crosbie, glasier, son of Marmaduke Crosby 

Seath Scruton, barber, son of James Scruton, taylor 

Henry Mungie, goldsmith, son of Xpofer Mungie 

Robert Brittaine, artizen skinner, son of John Brittaine 

Richard Busbie, son of Richard Busbie, haberdasher 

George Greene, bricklayer, son of William Greene, bricklayer 

Thomas Nevill, taylor, son of William Nevill, mercer 

Henry Nevill, grocer, son of William Nevill, mercer 

Mathew Francis, taylor, son of William Francis, taylor 

John Cape, sonn of John Cape, carpenter 

Samuell Nicholson, cordiner, son of Edward Nicholson, blacksmith 

Thomas Whithill, bricklayer, son of Anthony Whithill 

Xpofer Trotter, taylor, son of Thomas Trotter, painter 

Peter Hall, locksmith, son of Edward Hall 

Henry Wilkinson, sonn of Robert Wilkinson, inholder 

A.D. MDCLI, WILL. METCALFE, LORD MAYOR, YORKE HORNER, 
MERCH., JOH. BURTON, DRAP., THO. RAPER, MILNER, EDW. 
CALVERT, HABERDASH., GEO. CROWTHER, SKINNER, ROG. 
CALEY, BAK., MATTH. COATES, GLOV., JOH. BEARS, TURNER, 
CHAMBERLAINS 



James Sheelds, translator 
Henry Curtis, imbroderer 
Robert Addinell, painter 
John Raper, taylor 
Rog. Tindell, porter, by redemp- 
tion 

Richard Bancks, haberdasher 
Thomas Squire, draper 



Robert Straker, draper 
John Richmond, by redemption 
William Newbud, taylor 
John Wood, baker 
Edward Newby, by redemption 
Barnaby Thompson, taylor 
Peter Collison, cordwainer 
William Burton, cordwainer 



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111 



John Kettlewell, by redemption 
Zacheus Gary, laborer, for life 
Marmaduke Jefferson, taylor 
Thomas Hornsey, milner 
John Jackson, joyner 
Mar. Lankister, by redemption 
Thomas Bedforth, haberdasher 
Martin Cooke, tanner 
John Wyldrnan, lynen weaver 
William Tippin, glover 
Henry Wilson, joyner 
Thomas Foster, shereman 
James Place, taylor 
James Boulton, cowper 
William Kettlewell, taylor 



Mathew Smith, baker 

John Bice (?), by redemption 

John Catlin, bricklayer, at Lord 

Fairefax request, gratis 
William Hembrough, sadler 
Thomas Waynd, butcher 
Cuthbert Denkin, taylor 
Zacharias Jepson, apothecary 
Phillip Webster, cordwainer 
Henry Kitchingman, cordwaner 
John Rawson, by redemption 
Xpofer Lund, mercer 
James Ward, grocer 
Myles Storme, cobler 
Thomas Johnson, baker 



FBEEMEN BY PATRIMONY 

John Foster, armorer, son of William Foster 
Josua Burton, lyningweaver, son of Thomas Burton 
Leonard Hustler, glover, son of Leonard Hustler, glover 
William Hawley, son of William Hawley, gent. 
John Mountaine, baker, son of Xpofer Mountaine 
George Harrison, son of John Harrison, cordwainer 
Thomas Cooke, blacksmith, son of Francis Cooke 
John Bonas, barber, son of Matthew Bonas, cooke 
Thomas Clarke, goldsmith, son of Xpofer Clarke 
Thomas Lawrence, baker, son of John Lawrence, joyner 
Andrew Nicolson, butcher, son of Andrew Nicolson 
Jeremy Waldby, cordiner, son of William Waldby 
Mar. Autherson, pinner, son of Leonard Autherson 
Thomas Wray, tanner, son of Richard Wray, tanner 
Thomas Leach, chirurgion, son of Jesper Leach 
Xpofer Davie, carpenter, son of Peter Davie 
Thomas Shutt, laborer, son of William Shutt, butcher 
Mar. Gregges, barber, son of Barnard Gregges 
John Gaile, tanner, son of Edward Gaile, locksmith 
Lancelott Pearson, cordwainer, son of William Pearson 
William Gill, bricklayer, son of William Gill 
Edward Hunter, bricklayer, son of John Hunter 
Mar. Buckle, glover, son of Thomas Buckle 
William Francke, son of George Francke 
Thomas Woller, barber, son of John Woller, inholder 
John Spawton, butcher, son of William Spawton 
John Fisher, marriner, son of Alexander Fisher, marriner 
William Archbutt, cooke, son of Seath Archbutt 
William Pockley, cordwainer, son of Thomas Pockley 
Joseph Levitt, merchant, son of Parcival Levitt, merchant 
William Daukin, baker, son of William Daukin, baker 



112 



THE FREEMEN OF YORK, 1651-2 



George Burne, woodheelemaker, son of Christopher Burne 
Thomas Williamson, laborer, son of John Williamson, carpenter 
Henry Garnett, taylor, son of Richard Garnett, draper 
Leonard Wilberfosse, tanner, son of John Wilberfosse 
Richard Mason, draper, son of Thomas Mason, glover 

A.D. MDCLII, HEN. THOMSON, LORD MAYOR, THC. WILLIAMSON, 
THO. NISBETT, MERCHANTS, EDW. BASFORD, HEN. ESKRICKE, 
MERCERS, WILL. COOKE, HABERDASHER, FRAN. COLTON, 
BARB., THO. BEW, GLOV., JOH. BECKETT, SPURRIER, CHAMBER- 
LAINS 



William Reath, taylor 
Philemon Marsh, goldsmith 
Richard Owram, marriner 
John Bramwell, hemp dresser 
Lyonell Pocklinton, by redemp- 
tion 

James Boynton, by redemption 
John Todd, mercer 
Henry Magham, cordwainer 
John Lawtie, tappiter 
Abraham Joblin, cordwainer 
Henry Bell, baker 
Christopher Lister, mercer 
James Grime, pinner 
Thomas Bolton, coppersmith 
George Picke, blacksmith 
John Abbott, bricklayer 
John Smith, taylor 
Henry Heelde, taylor 
John Holmes, cordwainer 
John Oliver, cordwainer 
John Hudson, milner 
Will. Wardman, by redemp. 
John Freer, cowper 
William Scortroth, chandler 
Michaell Whitefeild, lynenweaver 
Oliver Eyryum, currier 
John Ripley, dyer 
William Wood, musitioner 
Henry Studdard, skinner 
Andrew Clarke, tanner 
William Hewitson, tanner 
Thomas Cornwall, grocer 



William Homer, skinner 
Edward Wilson, tanner 
Nicholas Wetherell, taylor 
John Bird, currier 
William Oldfeild, milner 
William Ripley, chandler 
William Freer, merchant 
John Whitacres, apothecary 
Edmond Sissons, cordwainer 
Richard Titchmarsh, grocer 
John Dennys, grocer 
Christopher Parker, sadler 
John Taite, tanner 
John Bothamley, merchant 
Thomas Maugham, cordwainer 
Thomas Williamson, baker 
William Penrose, cordwainer 
Robert Hornby, cordwainer 
James Tivie, grocer 
George Hudson, cordwainer 
Richard Dobson, clothworker 
Rob. Waller, gent., by redemption 
John Awdhouse, milnewright 
William Nelson, by redemption 
William Beckett, tayler 
Henry Bateson, grocer 
Edward Nightingale, grocer 
John Parkinson, cowper 
Thomas Fearne, cowper 
James Kitchingman, taylor 
John Myers, laborer 
Thomas Tireman, by redemption 
Thomas Day, artizen skinner 



FKEEMEN BY PATEIMONY 

Marmaduke Foster, fishmonger, son of Mather Foster 
James Cooke, gunsmith, son of Anthony Cooke, gunsmith 



THE FREEMEN OF YORK, 1652-3 



113 



Thomas Mountain, cowper, son of Will. Moimtaine, tanner 
Thomas Pockley, tayler, son of Thomas Pockley, silkweaver 
James Taylor, marriner, son of Thomas Taylor, marriner 
Thomas Donkin, cordwainer, son of Leonard Donkin, joyner 
Christopher Crosby, plomer, son of Xpofer Crosby, feltmaker 
William Fall, cordiner, son of Richard Fall, cordiner 
William Todd, apothecary, son of Robert Todd, imbroderer 
Tymothy Typlin, artizen skinner, son of Geo. Taylor (sic), taylor 
Henry Tophan, merchant, son of Christopher Tophan, alderman 
Francis Denton, carpenter, son of John Denton, weaver 
James Younge, bricklayer, son of John Younge, musitioner 
Francis Burton, glover, son of Thomas Burton, tanner 
Thomas Freer, butcher, son of John Freer, butcher 
Roger Spence, butcher, son of John Spence 
Jeremy Hamond, pewtherer, son of Thomas Hamond 
Thomas Hamond, cordwainer, son of Tho. Hamond, pewtherer 
Edward Baynes, butcher, son of James Baynes, butcher 
Bartholemew Wilstrupp, blackesmith, son of Richard Wilstrupp 
Stephen Batcheler, draper, son of John Batcheler, butcher 
Joseph Nelson, butcher, son of Richard Nelson, butcher 
John Tesh, marriner, son of George Tesh, lynen draper 
William Smalwood, mercer, son of Will. Smalwood, officer 
John Herrington, merchant, son of Rob. Herrington, goldsmith 
Barnard Watson, marriner, son of George Watson, draper 
Barnard Hutchinson, cordwainer, son of John Hutchinson 
John Walker, dyer, son of John Walker, dyer 
John Jackson, bricklayer, son of Thomas Jackson, bricklayer 

A.D. MDCLIII, JOH. GELBART, MAYOR. JOH. PRINCE, ANDR. TAILOR, 
MERCHANTS, JOH. CROFT, GENT., FRAN. ELCOCKE, WILL. 
WIVELL, MERCERS, ROB. WEDDELL, DRAP., RAIPH COWPER, 
TAILOR, RIG. WRAY, TANNER, CHAMBERLAINS 



John Laizonby, cordwainer 
Roger Elwicke, draper 
Rowland Hudson, beerbrewer 
John Wilkinson, baker 
Richard Justice, by redemption 
John Cooper, tailor 
Richard Wreggett, pewtherer 
Francis Calvert, grocer 
Christopher Cautley, mercer 
Richard Peckett, cordwainer 
Samuell Russam, blacksmith 
John Joy, hempdresser 
Timothy Scotson, locksmith 
Francis Sawer, butcher 
Cressie Smith, vintner 
George Seller, carpenter 

VOL. II. 



Mathew Stead, by redemption 
Robert Myers, baker 
Nicholas Coulson, by redemption 
Richard Dugles, laborer 
Edward Barker, blackesmith 
William Bellas, milner 
John Stamper, cutler 
William Pell, artizen skinner 
John Nesfeild, merchant 
William Raper, merchant 
William Kitchingman, tailor 
William Hardy, tallowchandler 
Edward Rowden, grocer 
John Dan, butcher 
John Turnebull, by redemption 
Abraham Read, by redemption 



114 



THE FREEMEN OF YORK, 1653 



Eobert Gowland, tanner 
Thomas Newball, by redemption 
Phineas Bell, grocer 
Marke Buller, cordwainer 
James Hebdon, baker 
John Home, merchant 
John Ellott, by redemption 
George Foster, laborer 
John Beverley, tanner 
James Pickeringe, dyer 
Thomas Turnbull, sadler 
Bartholomew Baites, draper 
John Waide, laborer 



John Cattle, baker 
William Turnbull, vintner 
George Buskill, tailcr 
John Rason, joyner 
Mathew Eason, carpenter 
Robert Eason, carpenter 
Richard He ward, by redemption 
James Jolly, blacksmith, by re- 
demption 

Robert Coulton, pewtherer 
Francis Jeffrey, by redemption 
John Peckett, merchant 



FREEMEN BY PATRIMONY 

Mathew Kay, feltmaker, son of Math. Kay, feltmaker 

John Partridge, braisier, son of Joseph Partridge, braisier 

John Cocke, wyerdrawer, son of Edw. Cocke, marriner 

Thomas Satturwaite, mercer, son of Will. Satturwhaite 

John Cooke, son of John Cooke, cordwainer 

John Bovill, cordwainer, son of Geo. Bovill, tailor 

Thomas Barrett, hempdresser, son of Ric. Barrett, fishmonger 

Will. Rogers, hempdresser, son of Will. Rogers, bricklaier 

Ric. Greeneupp, barber surgion, son of John Greeneupp, glover 

Tho. Weightman, milner, son of Will. Weightman, milner 

Mathew Wilton, pinner, son of Christopher Wilton, tanner 

Hen. Pulleine, carpenter, son of John Pulleine, baker 

Elias Kidd, glaizier, son of Elias Kidd, glover 

Thomas Calvert, clerke, son of Thomas Calvert, baker 

James Hamond, son of Thomas Hamond, pewtherer 

Arthure Bell, barb, surgion, son of Will. Bell, cobler 

Thomas Preston, taylor, son of Thomas Preston, taylor 

Trinion Myers, butcher, son of Trinion Myers, butcher 

Martin Busfeild, currier, son of Vincent Busfeild, imbroderer 

John Cooke, pewtherer, son of Hugh Cooke, pewtherer 

Thomas Cowper, butcher, son of Peter Cowper, butcher 

William Buckton, taylor, son of Simon Buckton, taylor 

Thomas Breckon, brickmaker, son of John Breckon 

William Faireburne, tailor, son of William Faireburne 

Marke Pepper, mercer, son of John Pepper, mercer 

Samuell Maisterman, mercer, son of Thomas Maisterman, draper 

Henry Dutton, tailor, son of Richard Button, tanner 

Will. Fairewether, merchant, son of Will. Fairewether, gent. 

John Etton, cordwainer, son of William Etton, baker 

John Dawson, cordwainer, son of Mathew Dawson, merchant 

Phillipp Redfearne, barber surgion, son of Will. Redfearne 

George Thorpe, cobler, son of Richard Thorpe, glover 

William Overend, taylor, son of Edward Overend, taylor 



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115 



Richard Dennis, cordwainer, son of William Dennis, tanner 

Wm. Richardson, draper, son of Brian Richardson, parchmentmaker 

Edward Spence, glazier, son of Miles Spence, cordwainer 

Miles Rookesby, baker, son of Miles Rookesby, baker 

Rob. Williamson, goldsmith, son of Rob. Williamson, goldsmith 

Hen. Weightman, milner, son of John Weightman, milner 

William Waite, goldsmith, son of Thomas Waite, gent. 

Samuell Helesse, son of John Helesse, lynen draper 

Ric. Skilbecke, cordwainer, son of Rob. Skilbecke, lastmaker 

Robert Hardy, carpenter, son of Robert Hardy, carpenter 

Richard Shaw, butcher, son of George Shaw, butcher 

Christopher Stephenson, tailor, son of Fr. (sic] Stephenson, tailor 

Robert Bilclife, clockemaker, son of Robert Bilclife 

John Straker, taylor, son of Thomas Straker, taylor 

John Scott, marchant, son of William Scott, alderman 



A.D. MDCLIV, WILL. ALLANSON, KT., LOED MAYOR. PHIL. HERBERT, 
MERCH., HEN. ALLANSON, THO. SATTURWHAITE, MERCERS, 
WILL. RICHARDSON, DRAP., JOH. PAYLIN, EDW. NIGHTINGALL, 
GROCERS, GEO. MUNGIE, GOLDSMITH, RIC. TENNANT, TAILOR, 
CHAMBERLAINS 



John Hoile, merchant 
John Bossell, labourer, for life 
Thomas Orton, girdler 
Chris. Harrison, haberdasher 
Thomas Waide, winecowper 
John Thomson, laborer, for life 
Christopher Swaile, carpenter 
George Kettlewell, mercer 
John Foster, haberdasher 
Raiph Kearton, grocer 
Roger Ward, merchant 
Robert Hillary, mercer 
Tho. Gleadston, by redemption 
James Wilberfosse 
Peter Richardson, by redemption 
Edward Story, tailor 
Fredricke Marriott, appothecary 
Thomas Elliott, inholder 
Richard Metcalfe, merchant 
John Rosse, beerbrewer 
Thomas Barrough, silkeweaver 
William Clerke, draper 
William Walker, butcher 
Will. Mancklins, artizen skinner 
George Mancklins, gentleman 
Jarvis Babington, mercer 



Christopher Empson, locksmith 
George Moyser, silkweaver 
Reynold Hunter, bricklayer 
Thomas Bradrigge, baker 
Thomas Abbey, tanner 
George Middleton, tailor 
Robert Marshall, skinner 
Thomas Harrison, haberdasher 
William Mitchell, baker 
Richard Maugham, cordwainer 
John Roome, tallow chandler 
John Laisonby, parchmentmaker 
Richard Spetch, blackesmith 
Robert Hewitt, by redemption 
Francis Armistead, merchant 
Raiph Bell, merchant 
William Cowlin, cordwainer 
Bryan Empson, fishmonger 
John Smeeton, baker 
John Edwards 
Thomas Chapman, clothier 
Michaell Chapman, clothier 
Thomas Newham, clothier 
Robert Barker, whitesmith 
William Greene, whitesmith 
Richard Emerson, by redemption 
i2 



116 THE FREEMEN OF YORK, 1654 



Anthony Simpson, tanner 
Lancellott Scadlocke, tanner 
Thomas Wheitley, marriner 
Henry Wilkinson, apothecary 
Charles Bosvile, merchant 
George Ward, clothdresser 



William Erratt, tanner 
John Goldsbrough, vintner 
Xpofer Eipley, milloner 
William Richardson, cordwainer 
James Empson, tailor 



FREEMEN BY PATRIMONY 

Mathew Kay, merchant, sonne of John Kay, cowper 

William Page, baskettmaker, sonne of William Page 

John Etty, sonne of James Etty, carpenter 

Thomas Maxwell, sonne of John Maxwell, bricklayer 

John Waller, girdler, sonne of Robert Waller, girdler 

Hen. Hunter, bricklayer, sonne of Hen. Hunter, bricklayer 

George Rudd, linnenweaver, sonne of George Rudd 

John Williamson, cowper, sonne of Edward Williamson 

Oswald Walker, artizen skinner, sonne of Samuell Walker 

George Hinde, barber, sonne of Will. Hinde, tailor 

John Hewitson, sonne of Raiph Hewitson, pinner 

Robert Dodsworth, bricklayer, sonne of Giles Dodsworth 

Peter Gell, bricklayer, sonne of Peter Gell, bricklayer, 

Joseph Prince, cordwainer, sonne of Simon Prince, tanner 

John Browne, tallow chandler, sonne of John Browne 

Math. Batchellor, carpenter, sonne of Math. Batchellor 

Will. Billingham, draper, sonne of Anth. Billingham 

Christopher Girdler, musitioner, sonne of John Girdler 

Ric. Girdler, musitioner, sonne of the said John Girdler, musitioner 

Ambrose Girdler, sonne of the said John Girdler 

John Holmes, musitioner, sonne of Symon Holmes, musitioner 

Edward Mason, beerebrewer, sonne of Tho. Mason, gent. 

Robert Holdsworth, cordiner, sonne of John Holdsworth 

John Peacock, merchant, sonne of (blank) Peacock, draper 

Richard Robinson, baker, sonne of Geo. Robinson, baker 

Xpofer Leedell, pinner, sonne of Xpofer Leedell 

Tho. Herbert, merchant, sonne of Phillipp Harbert, merchant 

Edward Kay, sonne of Richard Kay, laborer 

Benjamine Davie, baker, sonne of John Davie, baker 

Tho. Pattericke, linnen weaver, sonne of Will. Pattericke 

John Baxter, skinner, sonne of John Baxter 

George Greeneopp, tailor, sonne of William Greenopp 

Tho. Wilson, linnenweaver, sonne of Rob. Wilson, tailor 

Wm. Markindale, linnenweaver, sonne of Trustram Markindale 

W T illiam Kidd, tailor, sonne of Elias Kidd, glover 

Peter Buttrie, marriner, sonne of Peter Buttrie 

John Harrison, cordwainer, sonne of Thomas Harrison 

Marmaduke Smith, clothdresser, sonne of Oswald Smith 



THE FREEMEN OF YORK, 1655 



117 



A.D. MDCLV, STEP. WATSON, LORD MAYOR. JOS. SCOTT, JOH. 
CONSTABLE, MERCHANTS, FR. (sic) WHELEWRIGHT, GENT., ROB. 
STRAKER, RIG. MA.SON, DRAPERS, ZACHARY JEPSON, APOTHE- 
CARY, THO. SPENCE, HEN. PEARSON, TAILORS, CHAMBER- 
LAINS 



William Cooke, cobler 
Anthony Lund, bricklayer 
Thomas Pallister, joyner 
Thomas Holdernes, tailor 
John Eoe, vintner 
Issraell Parker, vintner 
Thomas Jackson, gentleman 
Nicholas Fisher, by redemption 
Xpofer Hartnes, joyner 
Christopher Dawtrie, tailor 
Thomas Duglas, laborer 
Thomas Laisonby, skinner 
William Curdix, draper 
Simon Straker, glover 
Henry Wilkinson, tanner 
John Biddle, porter 
Xpofer Dobson, merchant 
Lawrence Hardwicke, butcher 
Thomas Lyon, laborer 
Edmond Metcalfe, tailor 
John Morritt, butcher 
Job Garthwaite, grocer 
Peter Fawcett, mercer 
Eichard Bradley, cutler 
Charles Satturwhaite, bricklaier 
Kobert Crowther, glover 
Thomas Branston, lynenweaver 
John Gower, sadler 
Raiph Wood, cordwainer 
Tobias Ellis, milloner 



Henry Brogden, lynnenweaver 
Henry Gibson, baker 
Thomas Fewler, by redemption 
Nicholas Slinger, grocer 
Robert Warde, butcher 
John Ostler, grocer 
William Wharram, bricklayer 
Henry Hamond, pewtherer 
Nicholas Chappeloe, sadler 
William Boulton, cowper 
Geo. Saltus, tailor, by redemption 
Joseph Whitley, laborer 
Anthony Rogers, merchant 
Lawrence Homer, mercer 
Thomas Joy, lynnenweaver 
John Ry croft, laborer 
Anthony Watterhouse, mercer 
Valentine Foster, hempdresser 
Stephen Beverley, tanner 
John Todd, cordwainer 
John Hawley, free laborer 
Robert Tuttie, milner 
William Hill, laborer 
Richard Champley, laborer 
Thomas Jackson, baker 
Lewis Williams, laborer 
Michael! Wilson, baker 
Henry Hoile, merchant 
Robert Straker, tanner 



FEEEMEN BY PATRIMONY 

William Todd, son of Robert Todd, milner 
George Preston, mercer, son of Will. Preston, feltmaker 
William Richardson, son of Thomas Richardson, tailor 
John Pratt, glover, son of Richard Pratt, lynenweaver 
Joseph Tailor, cordwainer, son of Richard Tailor, gent. 
William Inman, mercer, son of John Inman, butcher 
Peter Richardson, milloner, son of Pet. Richardson, roper 
William Maskew, tailor, son of Will. Maskew, vintner 
George Foster, milner, son of Robert Foster, milner 



118 



THE FEEEMEN OF YOEK, 1655-6 



Will. Finder, stationer, son of Wm. Finder, parchmentmaker 

Doyley Greene, haberdasher, son of John Greene, taylor 

John Davie, mercer, son of Richard Davie, inholder 

George Mason, cordwainer, son of Rob. Mason, cordwainer 

John Smith, dyer, son of John Smith, dyer 

Edward Preston, son of Christopher Preston, bricklayer 

Henry Lee, milner, son of William Lee, milner 

Nathaniell Warde, pinner, son of John Warde, instrumentmaker 

John Watson, draper, son of George Watson, draper 

Lawrence Lund, parchmentmaker, son of John Lund 

William Holds worth, upholster, son of John Holds worth 

John Cawton, marriner, son of Will. Cawton, fishmonger 

Samuell Davis, translaitor, son of Peter Davis, whelewright 

Andrew Slee, sadler, son of Thomas Slee, sadler 

Christopher Wreight, pinner, son of Henry Wreigbt, baker 

John Hutchinson, mercer, son of Thomas Hutchinson, mercer 

Richard Cliffe, trunckemaker, son of John Cliffe 

Henry Leach, trunckmaker, son of Jesper Leach, chirurgion 

Richard Wilstrupp, blackesmith, son of Ric. Wilstrupp, blackesmith 



A.D. MDCLVI, THO. DICKINSON, KT., LOED MAYOE. CHEIS. COOKE, 
WILL. EAMSDEN, MEECHANTS, THO. HESLETYNE, GENT., 
WILL. PANNETT, MEECHANT, EIC. SHAW, BUTCH., GEO. 
HAELOND, LOCKSMITH, EDW. GAYLE, CUTLEE, WILL. 
MESKALL, MILLINEE, CHAMBEELAINS 

William Peake, by redemption 
Thomas Stowpe, mercer 
Thomas Kircke, joyner 
Charles Hall, merchant 
Thomas Harrison, mercer 
William Beck with, linen weaver 
Edward Penrose, linenweaver 
Richard Holmes, inholder 
William Boulton, felmonger 
Edward Sawer, by redemption 
Thomas Spence, butcher 
John Halladay, fellmonger 
Charles Jenkinson, mercer 
Richard Page, cordwainer 
Thomas Porter, free laborer 
Edward Brand, by redemption 
Hugh Youdall, bricklayer 
Christofer Shepeard, butcher 
John Penington, by redemption 
John Chambers, locksmith 
William Agarr, tanner 
Robert Jackson, inholder 
Richard Pibus, grocer 



Robert Sheilds, by redemption 
Joseph Bilclife, apothecary 
Henry Lamnley, merchant 
William Plaxton, merchant 
George Jackson, butcher 
Gilbert Elsworth, butcher 
Thomas Adcocke, whelewhrite 
Richard Moore, marriner 
Marmaduke Hebdon, joyner 
Charles Langley, by redemption 
George Behoe, by redemption 
Phillip Rippon, mercer 
Andrew Parrat, merchant 
Thomas Fox, tanner 
Thomas Mathew, tanner 
Samuell Hardwicke, merchant 
Richard Anderson, cordwainer 
John Browne, glover 
John Chapman, blackesmith 
John Hall, marriner 
William Makine, taylor 
George Braithwaite, blacksmith 
John Shillitoe, by redemption 



THE FREEMEN OF YORK, 1656-7 119 



Hamond Overen, by redemption 
Edward Shaw, marriner 



William Burdon, taylor 
John Dry, merchant 



Edward Thwinge, barber 

FBEEMEN BY PATEIMONY - 

Stephen Mathews, merchant, son of Will. Mathews, merchant 

Joseph Chester, baker, son of Eobert Chester, baker 

Phelix Wilkinson, pinner, son of Eaph Wilkinson, tanner 

Michael Harrison, sheerman, son of John Harrison, cordiner 

John Gray, silkweaver, son of William Gray, butcher 

John Inman, butcher, son of John Inman, butcher 

Richard Harrison, marriner, son of Ric. Harrison, taylor 

Cornelius Horseley, watchmaker, son of Edward Horseley 

Thomas Myers, butcher, son of Trynion Myers, butcher 

Richard Man, son of Richard Man, cordwainer 

Richard Lenge, blackesmith, son of Tho. Lenge, lynnendraper 

James Jackson, cordwainer, son of Robert Jackson, cordwainer 

John Leedall, milloner, son of Christopher Leedall 

Jonathan Acey, cordwainer, son of Pet. Acey, clockmaker 

Anthony Harland, cordwainer, son of Henry Harland 

Richard Giles, cooler, son of Edmond Gyles, taylor 

William Dobbison, linnenweaver, son of Richard Dobbison 

Thomas Dawson, joyner, son of Richard Dawson, joyner 

John Cooke, gunsmith, son of John Cooke, gunsmith 

Tennant Burton, cordwainer, son of Tho. Burton, tanner 

Samuel Dixon, cordwainer, son of David Dixon, inholder 

William Hustler, glover, son of Leonard Hustler, glover 

Ric. Cundall, artizen skinner, son of John Cundall, inholder 

John Legg, baker, son of John Legg 

Rob. Akeroide, hempedresser, son of Hugh Akeroide, cutler 

Robert Davie, milloner, son of Rob. Davie, silkweaver 

Anthony Burton, cooke, son of Thomas Burton, bricklayer 

Edw. Walker, hem [p] dresser, son of Mathew Walker, tailor 

Peter Hill, tanner, son of Peter Hill, tanner, the elder 

Boswell Thornebury, tailor, son of Will. Thornebury, haberdasher 

Benjamine Maisterman, marriner, son of Mr. Joh. Maisterman 

Marke Foster, silkweaver, son of George Foster, silkweaver 

Mathew Smurwhaite, whelewhright, son of Tho. Smurwhaite, milner 

Robert Pearson, milner, son of John Pearson 



A.D. MDCLVII, ROB. HORNER, LORD MAYOR. THO. WETHERILL, 
FRAN. FEILD, RAIPH BELL, JOH. PEACOCKE, MERCHANTS, SAM. 
MAISTERMAN, MERCER, BEN. MAISTERMAN, FISHMONGER, PHIL. 
WILBERFOSSE, FRAN. CUNDALL, CHAMBERLAINS 

James Feild, barber Christopher Coniers, inholder 

George Blieth, by redemption Christopher Thirnam, butcher 
Ric. Nelson, free laborer, for life John Tindall, porter, by redemp. 



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John Sissons, chandler 
John Wilkinson, draper 
John Fowler, pewtherer 
Thomas Sunman, tailor 
Raiph Walker, free laborer, for life 
John Coultas, by redemption 
Peter Hardcastle, by redemption 
William Hill, bricklayer 
Francis Morley, merchant 
Thomas Cliffe, blacksmith 
Nich. West wood, by redemption 
John Bradley, whelewright 
Thomas Holmes, inholder 
Christopher Cowper, tailor 
Richard Freeman, haberdasher 
William Johnson, butcher 
Nicholas Maugham, bricklayer 
George Gilmine, tailor 
John Wyley, free laborer 
John Hallo well, clothier 
William Appleton, merchante 
Tho. Westerby, by redemption 
William Pearson, draper 
Thomas Forth, mercer 
Richard Key, merchante 
Richard Younge, grocer 
Henry Watson, merchante 
Robert Lund, silkweaver 
William Oddy, by redemption 
Richard Lowe, by redemption 



Joseph Bell, tanner 
Roberte Dighton, tanner 
Jonathan Hobson, by redemption 
Rob. Tireman, tallow chandler 
John Burton, habberdasher 
Gawine' Hodgson, merchante 
Henry Pattison, lynneiiweaver 
Malin Topcliffe, sizersmith 
John Beeforth, gunsmith 
George Vepan, silkeweaver 
Roger Housman, tailor 
Ambrose Spencer, grocer 
James Browne, milner 
John Humphrey, baker 
George Middlesell, coppersmith 
Thomas Hutchinson, tailor 
Thomas Walker, glover 
George Leavett, fishmonger 
Richard Browne, clothier, gratis 
Edward Buckle, butcher 
Mathew Dalton, carpenter 
Francis Bray, vintner 
John Beane, cordwainer 
John Willowby, free laborer 
Robert Manners, free laborer 
Peter Morley, tailor 
George Keighley, merchant 
William Harrison, mercer 
Richard Bointon, baker 



FREEMEN BY PATRIMONY 

John Smith, tailor, son of Robert Smith, milner 
Joseph Nicholson, beerebrewer, son of Geo. Nicholson, sadler 
Christopher Tailor, tanner, son of Chris. Tailor, tanner 
James Nevill, tailor, son of Raiph Nevill, mercer 
Marmaduke Best, goldsmith, son of John Best, tailor 
Nich. Maskall, imbroderer, son of Tho. Maskall, imbroderer 
Marmaduke Bernerd, carpenter, son of Seath Bernerd, tailor 
John Peckett, butcher, son of Humfrey Peckett, butcher 
William Maxwell, painter, son of John Maxwell, bricklayer 
William Bealby, cooke, son of John Bealby, tailor 
William Harrison, tailor, son of Will. Harrison, tailor 
Richard Harrison, son of William Harrison, tailor 
John Foster, cordwainer, son of Geo. Foster, silkweaver 
William Hall, silkweaver, son of Henry Hall, barber 
James Caley, tanner, son of Roger Caley, baker 
Jacob Lund, cordwainer, son of Seath Lund, baker 



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Thomas Rivice, bricklayer, son of Thomas Rivice, porter 

John Wandby, gentleman, son of Will. Wandby, stationer 

Tho. Dickinson, merchante, son of Chris. Dickinson, merchante 

Gabriell Wharton, merchante, son of Anthony Wharton, merchante 

John Pattricke, linnenweaver, son of William Pattricke 

Thomas Cundall, pinner, son of John Cundall, inholder 

Thomas Buckton, glazier, son of Simon Buckton, taylor 

William Walker, clothworker, son of Samuell Walker, clothworker 

Peter Bewley, carpenter, son of David Bewley, cobler 

Robert Shutt, butcher, son of Robert Shut, butcher 

Edward Pinder, son of Robert Pinder, baker 

George Tirry, sizersmith, son of Tho. Tirrie, pewtherer 

Will. Reynolds, carpenter, son of Will. Reynolds, baker 

Samuell Dawson, merchant, son of Bryan Dawson, alderman 

William Bucke, joyner, son of Samuell Bucke, joyner 



A.D. MDCLVIII, LEONR. THOMSON, LORD MAYOR. ROWL. WATSON, 
FRAN. DUCKWORTH, MERCHANTS, THO. NAILOR, MERCER, 
JOH. THOMSON, GOLDSMITH, THO. FAIREWETHER, INHOLDER, 
BARNABY BAWTRY, CLOTHWORKER, LEONR. WILBERFOSSE, 
TANNER, CHAMBERLAINS 



Mathew Snawsdell, tailor 
Henry Younge, currier 
Lawrence Agarr, cordwainer 
Thomas Dobson, cordwainer 
Peter Plaister, bricklayer 
John Trewman, lynnenweaver 
Henry Blaides, girdler 
Will. Waller, gent., admitted 

gratis 

Henry Helland, apothecary 
John Wharton, tailor 
Richard Owsman, baker 
Christofer Browne, milloner 
Arthur Beckwith, grocer 
William Bell, by redemption 
Thomas Anderson, bricklayer 
Averah Hillarie, currier 
William Beverley, dyer 
Richard Hawxwell, tailor 
John Straker, draper 
George Rigden, by redemption 
Allen Penny, merchant 
George Fawcett, inholder 
Henry Bland, lynnenweaver 
Thomas Sampson, tailor 
James Houseman, merchant 



Anthony Walker, merchant 
Christopher Raper, grocer 
Robert Gibson, tanner 
John Hunter, blacksmith 
Henry Richardson, lynnenweaver 
George Mathews, chirurgion 
Edmund Williamson, baker 
Mathew Duesberry, milloner 
Thomas Hardwicke, taylor 
Charles Horneby, artizen skinner 
Edward Tomlinson, taylor 
Pattricke Gryme, cordwainer 
William Penington, butcher 
Robert Tennant, baker 
Charles Knowles, chandler 
James Williamson, pewtherer 
Thomas Burland, baskitmaker 
James Willowby, free laborer 
Robert Gibson, tanner 
Thomas Hixon, joiner 
George Jackson, carpenter 
John Dixon, barber 
Roger Bointon, by redemption 
Robert Wynn, by redemption 
John Hewley, esq., gratis 
William Lawty, fismunger 



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THE FREEMEN OF YORK, 1658-9 



FREEMEN BY PATRIMONY 

Josiah Hunter, clerke, son of George Hunter, cordwainer 

Marke Fewler, baker, son of James Fewler, baker 

Leonard Campleshon, stationer, son of Edw. Campleshon, tailor 

Mathew Reeveley, baker, son of John Eeeveley, baker 

Thomas Foster, joiner, son of William Foster, milloner 

Joseph Alderson, locksmith, son of Leonard Alderson, apothecary 

Thomas Inman, skinner, son of John Inman, butcher 

John Todd, butcher, son of Peter Todd, lynnenweaver 

Kichard Barhead, sadler, son of Robert Barehead, baker 

George Jackson, mercer, son of George Jackson, inholder 

Richard Betson, clothworker, appr. to his father Joh. Betson 

James Buckle, son of Oswald Buckle 

Robert Mathews, son of Thomas Mathewes, sadler 

Joseph Francke, merchant, son of George Francke, merchant 

Martin Reeveley, baker, son of John Reeveley, baker 

Thomas Legg, pinner, son of John Legg 

John Ward, son of John Ward, grocer 

Robert Richardson, pewtherer, son of William Richardson 

Thomas Kidd, sadler, son of Christopher Kidd, sadler 

George Lee, milner, son of William Lee, milner 

John Addinell, son of John Addinell, fishmunger 

John Simondson, roper, son of George Simondson, roper 

Robert Faireburne, gunsmith, son of Will. Faireburne, tailor 

Richard Screwton, barber, son of Jarnes Screwton, taylor 



A.D. MDCLIX, XPOF. TOPHAN, MAJOEE. HARM. JEFFERSON, 
TAYLOR, FRAN. CHADDERTON, VINTNER, EDM. GYLES, GLAZIER, 
JOH. BLACKBURNE, BAKER, WILL. YEOMAN, HEN. BILTON, 
TANNERS, THO. BRACKEN, BRICKMAKER, THO. WATSON, BEER- 
BRUER, CAMERARIIS 

Willelmus Plewman, baker 
Thomas North, tanner 
Ricardus Gilburne, carpenter 
Ricardus Bingley, draper 
David Richmond, dyer 
Rob. Gardiner, redempcione 
Thomas Aire, goldsmith 
Willelmus Johnson, mercer 
Willelmus Jackson, vintner 
Xpofer Thistlethwaite, grocer 
Johannes Ayre, vintner 
Willelmus Prest, tailor 
Abramus Spence, free laborer 
Josephus Sledmoore free laborer 
Joh. Craythorne, free laborer 
Edwardus Spence, miller 



Johannes Champley, free laborer 
William Beeforth, trunckmaker 
Johannes Marshall, carpenter 
Francis Clarkson, tailor 
Thomas Colson, redempcione 
Georgius Mawson, inholder 
Coninsby Rudston, draper 
Robertus Ridley, fishmonger 
Johannes Hogg, milner 
George Walls, currier 
Robertus Gibb, baker 
Johannes Bentham, barber 
Thomas Marshall, pinner 
Willelmus Pickering, mercer 
Johannes Hardesty, tanner 
Radulphus Loftus, tanner 



THE FREEMEN OF YORK, 1659 12B 



Johannes Walker, free laborer 
Thomas Staveley, free laborer 
Edwardus Orrell, free laborer 
Edwardus Smith, redempcione 
Thomas Robinson, free laborer 
Thomas Mawbray, pinner 
Edwardus Teele, free laborer 
Johannes Nuns, redempcione 
Willelmus Bewley, marriner 
Georgius Cressom, glazier 



Ricardus Pickard, mercator 
Willelmus Morley, taylor 
Robertus Boswell, carpenter 
Ricardus Boulton, glover 
Henricus Hodgson, redempcione 
Thomas Taylor, mercator 
Edwardus Gawfurth, baker 
Thomas Rogerson, butcher 
Johannes Bywater, habberdasher 



PEE PATRES 

Dyonis Watterhouse, marriner, fil. Georgii Watterhouse, marriner 
Henricus Wilson, cordwainer, fil. Henrici Wilson, chirurgion 
Thomas Walker, clothworker, fil. Johannis Walker, dyer 
Thomas Hall, barber, fil. Willelmi Hall, sadler 
Michaell Plumer, goldsmith, fil. Jacobi Plumer, goldsmith 
Ricardus Mason, lynnenweaver, fil. Roberti Mason, cordwainer 
Metcalfe Robinson, esq., fil. Willelmi Robinson, militis 
Stephanus Wood, vintner, fil. Stephani Wood, apothecary 
Johannes Chapman, fil. Willelmi Chapman, inholder 
Willelmus Hall, spurrier, fil. Ricardi Hall, spurrier 
Phillippus Mounton, tanner, fil. Willelmi Mounton, tanner 
Willelmus Cobb, watchmaker, fil. Willelmi Cobb, girdler 
Thomas Brathwaite, glover, fil. Edwardi Braithwaite, glover 
Edwardus Mangie, watchmaker, fil. Edwardi Mangie, whitesmith 
Jacobus Dutton, fishmonger, fil. Anthonii Dutton, fishmonger 
Ricardus Key, blacksmith, fil. Roberti Key, blacksmith 
Georgius Bouell, carpenter, fil. Georgii Bouell, taylor 
Johannes Cosletine, brickmaker, fil. Phillippi Cosletine, glover 
Johannes Billingham, mercer, fil. Anthonii Billingham, inholder 
Robertus Hurd, brickmaker, fil. Roberti Hurd, cutler 
Willelmus Thomson, upholster, fil. Roberti Thomas (sic), upholster 
Humphridus Wilson, cordwainer, fil. Henrici Wilson, apothecary 
Thomas Smith, mercer, fil. Christopher! Smith, pinner 
Leonardus Adamson, chandler, fil. Willelmi Adamson, inholder 
Matthaeus Waite, salter, fil. Thomas Waite, generosi 
Xpofer Hendle, carpenter, fil. Michaelis Hendle, mason 
Willelmus Barwick, butcher, fil. Christopheri Barwick, butcher 
Johannes Hansom, bricklayer, fil. Johannis Hansom, bricklayer 
Robertus Prince, feltmaker, fil. Lawrentii Prince, feltmaker 
Robertus Smith, fil. Roberti Smith, taylor 
Johannes Mosse, free laborer, gratis 



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12 CAR. II, JAC. BROOKE, MAJORE. JOH. BOTHAMLEY, RIG. 
METCALFE, MERCATORIBUS, JOH. LOFTUS, WILL. STRIKER, 
DRAPERS, OVEN HE WES, TAILOR, FRAN. MORLEY, HABER- 
DASHER, CHRIS. BROWNE, INHOLDER, JOH. WALLER, GIRDLER, 
CAMERARIIS 



Phillippus Peacocke, taylor 
Robertus Hilbourd, tanner 
Thomas Tomlinson, mercer 
Willelmus Kidd, joyner 
Johannes Scott, armiger 
Stephanus Straker, mercator 
Robertus Wilson, grocer 
Symon Lonsdale, free laborer 
Henericus Flynt, draper 
Thomas Taylor, tanner 
Geo. Tenny, inholder, redemp. 
Willelmus Francis, inholder 
Robertus Watson, baker 
Mathseus Hotham, draper 
Jacobus West, pewtherer 
Geo. Gowland, artizen skinner 
Joh. Browne, artizen skinner 
Willelmus Donkyn, bearebrewer 
Johannes Lodge, sadler 
Henry Turner, carpenter 
Johannes Harrison, pewtherer 
Thomas Stead, clothworker 
Robertus Cooke, butcher 
Thomas Grainger, redempcione 
Myles Waite, redempcione 
Nicholas Jackson, clothier 
Johannes Cant, free laborer, pro 

termino vitae 
Robertus Reynolds, milner 



Thomas Edling, butcher 
Robertus Reeve, watchmaker 
Christopherus Mudd, free laborer 
Johannes Yeates, appr. to Mr. 

Wheelewright 

Johannes Roades, redempcione 
Willelmus Nightingale, redemp. 
Robertus Foster, tanner 
Johannes Wilson, tanner 
Mathasus Favour, apothecary 
Marcus Goodall, pinner 
Ricardus Amory, feltmaker 
Ricardus Boynton, redempcione 
Rogerus Peacock, taylor 
Willelmus Rawdon, fishmonger 
Willelmus Atkinson, locksmith 
Robertus Hall, redempcione 
Johannes Dodsworth, tailor 
Thomas Woodhouse, free laborer 
Thomas Power, apothecary 
Thomas Wright, mercerus 
Joh. Turner, ar., recordator 
Robertus Pallester, fishmonger 
Ricardus Goodall, redempcione 
Thomas Cooke, mercator 
Nicholaus Cooke, butcher 
Samuell Hollingsworth, redemp. 
Willelmus Fenton, chandler 



PER PATRES 

Nathaniell Bucke, tailor, fil. Nathaniell Bucke, mercator 

Willelmus Davy, tailor, fil. Willelmi Davy, millner 

Willelmus Geldart, yeoman, fil. Willelmi Geldart, silkeweather (sic) 

Edwardus Mascall, painter stainer, fil. Thomae Mascall, imbrotherer 

Samuell Younge, tailor, fil. Willelmi Younge, baker 

Samuell Dobson, joiner, fil. James Dobson, joiner 

Thomas Mascall, generosus, fil. Thomas Mascall, imbrotherer 

Edwardus Cocke, glazier, fil. Edwardi Cock, yeoman 

Christopher Dobbison, lynnen weaver, fil. Ric. Dobbison, weaver 

Johannes Batchelor, cordwainer, fil. Anthonii Batchelor, mercatoris 

Thomas Watson, cowper, fil. Christopher! Watson, cowper 



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Eobertus Roades, upholster, fil. Francisci Roades, upholster 
Willelmus Wright, milloner, fil. Johannis Wright, milloner 
Johannes Yeoman, tanner, fil. Willelmi Yeoman, tanner 
Willelmus Belton, tanner, fil. Matthsei Belton, tanner 
Jacobus Cooke, locksmith, fil. Francisci Cooke, lynnenweaver 
Elias Shorswood, mercer, fil. Johannis Shorswood, cordwainer 
Henericus Wray, tanner, fil. Richardi Wray, tanner 
Robertus Wasse, upholster, fil. Willelmi Wasse, gentleman 
Willelmus Pearson, draper, fil. Henerici Pearson, tailor 
Lucas et Thomas, filii Henerici Harland, inholder 
Willelmus Hall, cordwainer, appr. to Thomas Penrose 
Henry Hurd, silkweaver, son of Will. Hurd, silkweaver 
Thomas Croft, plumer, fil. Martini Croft, glazier 
Franciscus Burton, cobler, fil. Johannis Burton, 
Willelmus Straker, sawer, fil. Georgii Straker, sawer 
Phillippus Smith, fishmonger, son of Will. Smith 
Godfrey Drinkrawe, skinner, son of Thomas Drinkrawe 
Johannes Robinson, marriner, fil. Richardi Robinson 
Thomas Taylor, taylor, fil. Thomas Taylor, turner 
Thomas Hols worth, pewtherer, fil. Johannis Holdsworth 



13 CAE. II, GEO. LAMPLUGH, MAJOKE. THO. BAWTEY, THO. 
HAEBEET, MEECHANTS, WILL. CLEEKE, JOH. TOMLINSON, 
JOH. STEAKEE, DEAPEES, EDW. WILKINSON, HABEEDASHEE, 
HEN. COLLINSON, COEDINEE, FEAN. EHODES, UPHOLDSTEE, 
CAMEEAEIIS 



Thomas Lazsonby, skinner 
Robert Ascough, coppersmith 
Will. Fountaines, basketmaker 
Joh. Wood, vintner, per redemp. 
Georgius Beamont, mercator 
Matthaeus Biggs, mercer 
Willelmus Blyth, woollendraper 
Johannes Tennant, tailor 
Dan. Russells, yeo., per redemp. 
Georgius Pearson, cordwainer 
Richard Megson, tanner 
Willelmus Sarieson, sledman 
Johannes Orton, girdler 
Edvardus Teele, joiner 
Willelmus Gates, lynnenweaver 
Edmundus Knowles, redemp. 
Henricus Gayton, mercer 
Georgius Homer, butcher 
Edmund Pickeringe, painter 

stainer 

Johannes Cooke, baker 
Georgius Hutchinson, grocer 



Joh. Clough, yeoman, redemp. 
Joh. Ayre, yeoman, redempcione 
Ricardus Hester, mercator 
Joh. Yeates, tailor, redempcione 
Thomas Kade, musitioner 
Xpoferus Bateman, butcher 
Johannes Yeoman, glover 
Johannes Elmer, butcher 
Stephen Whittacres, mercator 
Clement Reed, grocer 
Jac. Hood, yeoman, redempcione 
Willelmus Lumley, tailor 
Joh. Feild, tailor, redempcione 
Robertus Horsefeild, tailor 
Edwardus Gibson, tailor 
Johannes Boswell, cordwainer 
Joh. Leppington, blacksmith 
Johannes Watterhouse, tailor 
Ricardus Hall, cobler 
Johannes Shipley, marriner 
Mathaeus Wilkes, bricklayer 
Willelmus Kelley, redemp. 



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THE FKEEMEN OF YORK, 1661-2 



Willelmus Spence, tapiter 
Samuell Clarke, grocer 
Franciscus Browne, milner 



Fran. Beacock, painter stainer 
John Marshall, grocer 



PER PATEES 

Josephus Story, turner, fil. Eicardi Story, painter stainer 
Johannes Metcalfe, joiner, fil. Roberti Metcalfe, joiner 
Johannes Headlam, cowper, fil. Willelmi Headlam, draper 
Robertus Stafford, tanner, fil, Thomas Stafford, tanner 
Johannes Belton, tanner, fil. Henrici Belton, tanner 
Abrahamus Muncton, carpenter, fil. Xpoferi Muncton 
Johannes Atkinson, milner, fil. Thomas Atkinson 
Johannes Raggett, butcher, fil. Roberti Raggett, butcher 
Edwardus Hodgson, cordwainer, fil. Edwardi Hodgson, painter 
Johannes Inman, glasier, fil. Nicholai Inman, baker 
Willelmus Harbert, yeoman, fil. Willelmi Harbert, mercatoris 
Johannes Tirry, baker, fil. Oliverii Tirry, baker 
Thomas Chapman, silkweavor, fil, Matthaei Chapman 
Thomas Creswick, tailor, fil. Johannis Creswicke 
Stephanus Browne, fishmonger, fil. Brian! Browne 
Johannes Dawson, joiner, fil. Ricardi Dawson, joiner 
Oeorgius Cowlinge, butcher, fil. Johannis Cowlinge 
Johannes Hoopes, pynner, fil. Roberti Hoopes, draper 
Charles Apleby, tailor, fil. Caroli Apleby 
Henricus Spinke, tanner, fil. Henrici Spinke 
Leonardus Baines, butcher, fil. Jacobi Baines 
Xpoferus Busby, fishmonger, fil. Xpoferi Busby 
Willelmus Musgrave, cordwainer, fil. Johannis Musgrave 
Willelmus Davy, cowper, fil. Ricardi Davy, grocer 
Thomas Cawton, butcher, fil. Thomas Cawton 
Ricardus Holdsworth, trunckmaker, fil. Johannis Holdsworth 



14 CAR II, HEN. THOMPSON, MAJOKE. WILL. KAPEE, JOH. 
PECKETT, MEECATOEIBUS, EOB. WALLEE, GENT., THO. 
TOMLINSON, MEECEE, WILL. PEAESON, DEAP., JONAS 
MASCALL, GEOC., SEATH WAITE, MILLONEE, EOB. TEEEY, 
COEDINEE, CAMEEAEIIS 



Charles Story, cordwainer 
Willelmus Birkhead, tailor 
Johannes Scotson, gunsmith 
Johannes Lightfoote, bricklayer 
Robertus Halley, marriner, per 

redemp. 

Thomas Garth, sadler 
Franciscus Anderson, bricklayer 
Joshua Topham, mercator 
Johannes Hillary, mercer 



Thomas Browne, grocer 

Robertus Foxton, currier 

Hen. Skelton, free laborer, pro 

vita 

Chris. Holmes, per redemp. 
Willelmus Marshall, cobler 
Mathias Harland, free laborer, 

pro vita 

Robert Wright, wynecowper 
Willelmus Eastburne, pewtherer 



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Marcus Pallister, locksmith 
Nat. Nelson, barber chirurgeon 
Willelmus Hunter, clothier 
Edw. Howard, vintner, per 

redemp. 

Johannes Sugden, tailor 
Fran. Sprowston, silkweavor 
Johannes Lister, mercer 
Johannes Bynnes, mercator 
Stephanus Thompson, mercator 
Franciscus Feather, mercator 
Willelmus Stead, tailor 
Willelmus Ripley, silkweaver 
Robertus Burnett, butcher 
Jos. Witty, free laborer, pro. vit. 
Carolus Sheapard, tanner 
Willelmus Jackson, bricklayer 
Symon Collinson, tailor 
Robertus Squire, tanner 



Johannes Burdas, tailor 
Edw. Hall, dyer, per redemp. 
Milo Ingledew, sadler 
Joh. Smith, generosus, per 

redemp. 

Christopherus Wither, grocer 
Willelmus Baron, grocer 
Nathaniell Disnah, bricklayer 
Marmaducus Constable, tailor 
Thomas Dayles, marriner 
Tho. Walker, free labr., pro vit. 
Johannes Headley, baker 
Nathaniell Day, baker 
Stephen Gill, tapiter 
Ralph Lockwood, fishmonger 
Edward Little, tailor 
Willelmus Rowle, baker 
Willelmus Hudson, wyne-cowper 
Edward Wise, tanner 



PEE PATEES 

Robertus Blackburne, brewer, fil. Willelmi Blackburne 

Willelmus Carter, baker, fil. Willelmi Carter, blacksmith 

Henricus Maxwell, bricklayer, fil. Joh. Maxwell, bricklayer 

Franciscus Taylor, apothecary, son of John Tailor, alderman 

Johannes Brignall, tanner, fil. Ricardi Brignall 

Robertus Pick, blacksmith, fil. Georgii Pick 

Samuel Booth, pewtherer, fil. Ricardi Booth, pewterer 

Rogerus Geldart, mercator, fil. Rogeri Geldart, tanner 

Edwardus Preston, silkweaver, fil. Francisci Preston, milloner 

Christopher Croft, mercer, son of Marmaduke Croft, mercer 

Richard Cowper, silkweaver, fil. Henrici Cowper 

Willelmus Dodgson, translator, fil. Thomae Dodgson 

Willelmus Hudson, tanner, fil. Willelmi Hudson, baker 

Georgius Ramsden, mercator, fil. Willelmi Ramsden, aldermani, def. 

Thomas Wilson, translator, fil. Henrici Wilson, tailor 

Matthaeus Spaldinge, carpenter, fil. Henrici Spaldinge 

Timotheus Hewmes, carpenter, fil. (blank) Hewmes 

Francis Coulton, baker, fil. Marmaduci Coulton 

Johannes Cundall, barber chirurgion, fil. Johannis Cundall 

Johannes Tiplinge, milner, fil. Georgii Tiplinge 

Johannes Bowlinge, carpenter, fil. Johannis Bowlinge 

Willelmus Moore, trunckmaker, fil. Willelmi Moore, currier 

Thomas Slator, painter, son of Edward Slaytor 

Robertus Saltus, tailor, fil. Georgii Saltus, tailor 

Mathew Wilton, baker, fil. Matthaei Wilton 

George Byfeild, yeoman, fil. Willelmi Byfeild, milner 

Thomas Chester, taylor, fil. Roberti Chester, baker 

Georgius Woodhouse, joiner, fil. Thomae Woodhouse, joiner 



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15 CAR. II, EDW. ELWICKE, MAJORE. RIG. KILVINGTON, THO. 
COOKE, GEO. RAMSDEN, MERCATORIBUS, GEO. PICKERINGE, 
ANTH. WALKER, MERCERS, WILL. WAITE, GOLDSMITH, ROB. 
HORSFEILD, TAILOR, FRAN. YEOMAN; FELMONGER, CAMERA- 
RIIS 



Willelmus Dyneley, grocer 
Radulphus Creyk, habberdasher 
David Fleminge, bricklayer 
Henricus Tate, bricklayer 
Job. Anderson, lyninge weaver 
Matt. Carter, yeom., per redemp. 
Tho. Wilkinson, stationer, per 

consimil. 

Georgius Thompson, tailor 
Johannes Vary, milner 
Willelmus Andrew, currier 
Willelmus Kilvington, tailor 
Job. Braithwaite, blacksmith 
Chris. Mawd, inholder, p. redemp. 
Ricardus Thomas, mercator 
Timotheus Robinson, grocer 
Augustynus Ambrose, mercator 
Rogerus Langley, baronettus 
Thomas Fawdington, tailor 
Ricardus Doughty, milloner 
Chris. Hopwood, freemason, per 

redemp. 
Jac. Dynnison, yeoman, per 

redemp. 

Thomas Ager, mercer 
Willelmus Lumley, mercator 
Thomas Osburne, baronettus 
Ricardus Darcy, milloner 
Robertus Robinson, bricklayer 
Thomas Wright, bricklayer 



Silvester Dove, cordwainer 
Abrahamus Taylor, glover 
Richardus Ellis, milloner 
Job. Ascough, leather gilder, 

per redempcionem 
Marmaducus Kinge, yeoman, per 

redemp. 
Tho. Harrison, generosus, per 

redemp. 

Willelmus Tirrye, cordwainer 
Joh. Henderson, habberdasher 
David Carr, free laborer, pro vita 
Sucklinge Spenlove, mercator 
Johannes Mawtus, tailor 
Ricardus Ethrington, armiger 
Samuel Walker, junior, clother, 

per redempcionem 
Franciscus Elwicke, mercer 
Johannes Battersby, tailor 
Johannes Boulton, cowper 
Joh. Wright, tobaccopipe maker 
Johannes Scadlock, tanner 
Stephen Heslewood, felmonger 
Joseph Nipe, glover 
Johannes Langley, tailor 
Thomas Croft, cowper 
William Carter, carpenter 
Josephus Ransley, marriner 
Ric. Thorpe, free laborer, pro vit. 

tant. 



PEE PATEES 

Johannes Hayes, cobler, fil. Matthaei Hayes 

Thomas Crosby, marriner, fil. Nathaniel! Crosby 

Lucas Wright, yeoman, fil. Petri Wright, pewterer 

Franciscus Bovill, clerke, fil. Johannis Bovill, tailor 

Willelmus Creyke, taylor, fil. Johannis Creyke 

Jacobus Todd, glover, fil. Jacobi Todd, mercer 

Joh. Williamson, carpenter, fil Lawrentii Williamson, carpenter 

Willelmus Bell, marriner, fil. Petri Bell, marriner 

Thomas Dalkinge, cooke, fil. Willelmi Dalkinge, baker 

Willelmus Best, yeoman, fil. Ricardi Best, lynnenweavor 



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129 



Johannes Fawcett, cordwainer, fil. Johannis Fawcett, cordwainer 
Jacobus Dickinson, sadler, son of Robert Dickinson 
Willelmus Blackboard, merchant, fil. Jacobi Blackbeard, mercer 
Badulphus Hurst, clothworker, fil. Georgii Hurst, clothworker 
Henricus Newton, cowper, fil. Johannis Newton, cordwainer 
Johannes Clay, marriner, fil. Jacobi Clay, tapiter 
Edwardus Graves, lynnenweavor, fil. Boberti Graves 
Henricus Waller, sadler, fil. Georgii Waller, sadler 
Anth. Watson, lynnenweavor, fil. Thomas Watson, lynnenweavor 
Bicardus Abdell, taylor, fil. Henrici Abdill, joiner 
Thomas Greggs, cordwainer, fil. Christopheri Greggs 
Thomas Dove, tailor, fil. Edmundi Dove, silkweavor 
Willelmus Vallance, turner, fil. Willelmi Variance, turner 
Petrus Jackson, habberdasher, fil. Johannis Jackson 
Thomas Bushby, inholder, fil. Thomae Bushby, glover 
Willelmus Bell, mercator, fil. Willelmi Bell, grocer 
Johannes Gell, watchmaker, fil. Johannis Gell, watchmaker 
Willelmus Coates, butcher, fil. Thomas Coates, butcher 
Johannes Faireburne, butcher, fil. Johannis Faireburne 
Bicardus Harrison, baker, fil. Bicardi Harrison, baker 
Matthasus Bonas, barber chirurgeon, fil. Mathasi Bonas 
Bicardus Wray, dyer, fil. Bicardi Wray, tanner 
Bobertus Dynnis, tanner, fil. Willelmi Dynnis, tanner 
Leonardus Weddall, tanner, fil. Edwardi Weddall, tanner 
Johannes Brittan, glover, fil. Johannis Brittan, skinner 
Phillippus Wright, butcher, fil. Christopheri Wright, butcher 
Georgius Russell, butcher, fil. Thomae Russell, butcher 
Johannes Drydell, lynnenweaver, fil. Johannis Drydell 

16 CAR. II, RIG. HEWET, MAJORE. THO. WAIND, ROB. HILLARY, 
MERCATORIBUS, JOH. SMITH, UN. ATT. IN CUR. VIC. SUP. PONT. 
USE, MATTH. BIGGS, MERCER, THO. BROWNE, GROG., THO. 
JACKSON, MERCHANT TAILOR, ABR. HUTTON, GLOV., CHRIS. 
SIMPSON, CORDINER, CAMERARIIS 



Thomas Johnson, cordwainer 
Bobert Nelson, tanner 
Johannes Johnson, marriner 
Walshingham Cooke, gent., per 

redemp. 

Bad. Gurley, merchant tailor 
Bicardus Bason, joiner 
Bobertus Marshall, carpenter 
Jeremiah Welfitt, habberdasher 
Bicardus Ascough, sadler 
Jac. Alpes, barb, chir., p. redemp. 
Timotheus Dauby, mercator 
Marmaducus Butler, mercer 
Thomas Hurst, tailor 

VOL. II. 



Bichard Chewe, goldsmith 
Will. Blinkhorne, lynnenweavor 
Bobertus Downes, locksmith 
Phillippus Budsdale, cordwainer 
Johannes Needham, cordwainer 
Franciscus Gill, tapiter 
Johannes Harrison, joiner 
Will. Laysonby, tallowchandler 
Jeremiah Wilbert, lanius 
Bobertus Hillary, tailor 
Willelmus Shawe, mercer 
Thomas Ferrand, mercator 
Daniell Broad head, mercator 
Georgius Meeke, butcher 



130 



THE FKEEMEN OF YORK, 1664-5 



Georgius Gilvington, draper 
Willelmus Mawtus, tailor 
Willelmus Shawe, milner 
Jacobus Camplen, tailor 
Johannes Williamson, cooke 
Johannes Shaw, cordwainer 
Thomas Sprowston, silkweaver 
Edwardus Tailor, armorer 
Eobertus Taylor, tailor 
Thomas Barwick, bricklayer 
William Eskrigg, wynecowper 
Johannes Pannett, mercator 
Matthasus Wilson, apothecary 
Ricardus Stevens, tailor 
Georgius Marfeild, milner 
Ricardus Viccarrs, draper 
Georgius Wharton, tailor 
Robertus Flinte, cobler 
Johannes Jackson, laborer, for life 



George Owram, laborer, for life 
George Tollett, musitioner, per 

redemp. 

Edward Story, taylor 
Robertus. Musgrave, blacksmith 
Henricus Stephen, tailor 
Marmaduke Ascough, barber 

chirurgeon 

Tho. Lumley, free laborer, p. vita 
Georgius Franck, carpenter 
Joh. Langley, clothier per red. 
Jacobus Kiplinge, tailor 
Geo. Owram, free laborer, p. vita 
Ricardus Creyke, mercer 
Willelmus Hartley, taylor 
Johannes Herbert, blacksmith 
Robertus Tate, blacksmith 
Johannes Wilson, milner 
Thomas Ward, merchant tailor 



PER PATEES 

Marcus Inman, baker, fil. Nicholai Inman, baker 

Johannes Busfeild, pewterer, fil. Thomas Busfeild, pewterer 

Thomas Mangy, goldsmith, fil. Georgii Mangy, goldsmith 

Will. Marshall, wheelewright, fil. Ricardi Marshall, imbrotherer 

Tho. Hanson (Hansome), marriner, fil. Joh. Hansome (sic), bricklayer 

Robertus Cundall, joiner, fil. Francisci Cundall, joiner 

Willelmus Mascall, goldsmith, fil. Tbomae Mascall, imbrotherer 

Willelmus Benson, bricklayer, fil. Roberti Benson, bricklayer 

Thomas Franckland, felmonger, fil. Thomas Franckland 

Willelmus Shutt, taylor, fil. Willelmi Shutt, butcher 

Johannes Bayock, harbour chirurgeon, fil. Johannis Bayock, tailor 

Johannes Nevile, tailor, fil. Thomae Nevile, tailor 

Matthasus Haider, milner, fil. Xpoferi Haider, milner 

Jacobus Calvert, mercator, fil. Roberti Calvert, grocer 

Ricardus Jackson, bricklayer, fil. Thomas Jackson 

Ricardus Hill, tanner, fil. Matthasi Hill, tanner 

Willelmus Webster, musitioner, fil. Roberti Webster, habberdasher 

Francis Wynd, harbour chirurgeon, fil. Roberti Wynd, spurrier 

Johannes Runkorne, fil. Roberti Runkorne, marriner 

Thomas Greenesides } fil. Willelmi Greenesides, lynnenweavor 



17 CAR II, GEO. MANCKLINS, MAJOEE. WILL. APPLETON, 
GAWEN HODGSON, MEKCATOEIBUS, AMBR. SPENCER, GROG., 
THO. FEARNE, MERCAT., WILL. JOHNSON, LOCKSMITH, JOH. 
SMEETON, WATCHMAKER, THO. RICHARDSON, CUTLER, ROB. 
DAVY, MILLONER, CAMERARIIS 



Leonard Allanson, tailor, per 
redemp. 



Tho. Teasdale, free laborer, pro 
vita 



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131 



Henry Barbour, baker 
Francis Cowper, clothier 
Johannes Smales, tailor 
James Clarke, dyer, per redemp. 
Ricardus Brush, bricklayer 
Thomas Wright, mercer 
Allan Johnson, joyner 
Walter Walker, felmonger 
Edwardus Harwood, cobler 
Henericus Turney, milloner 
Thomas Spetch, inholder, per 

redemp. 

Edwardus Horsley, baker 
Johannes Stead, carpenter 
Johannes Todd, clockmaker 
Thomas Towers, felmonger 
Petrus Dynnison, taylor 
Petrus Owthwaite, butcher 
Johannes Bootle, tailor 
Johannes Foster, cordwainer 
Nich. Braviner, cordwainer 
Georgius Haines, whitesmith 
Georgius Johnson, blacksmith 



Ric. Watson, free laborer, per 

redemp. 

Lane. Patteson, idem, per redemp. 
Ric. Swift, idem, per redemp. 
Johannes Younge, carpenter, per 

redemp. 
Ric. Robinson, woodheelemaker, 

per redemp. 

Johannes Sisson, fishmonger 
Thomas Allanson, cordwainer 
Ralph Chaiter, joiner 
Henricus Fenton, tanner 
Cornelius Michill, bricklayer 
Willelmus Goodricke, cordwainer 
Johannes Bacon, marriner 
Henricus Pawson, mercator 
Johannes Thorpe, grocer 
Edwardus Peckett, butcher 
Jas. Browne, free laborer, pro vita 
Tho. Surr, free laborer, pro vita 
Willelmus Jackson, brazier 
Tho. Lawe, per redempcionem 
Luke Delone, per redemp. 



PER PATKES 

Johannes Blackburne, milloner, fil. Johannis Blackburne 

Georgius Richardson, pewter, fil. Willelmi Richardson 

Thomas Lee, mercator, fil. Matthaei Lee 

Ricardus Cooke, artizen skinner, fil. Georgii Cooke 

Johannes Calvert, joiner, fil. Johannis Calvert 

Edwardus Robinson, baker, fil. Parcivalli Robinson 

Johannes Hodgson, pewterer, fil. Henrici Hodgson 

Roger Wilberfosse, habberdasher, fil. Johannis Wilberfosse 

Johannes Coates, curryer, fil. Johannis Coates 

Thomas Hardwicke, tailor, fil. Thomae Hardwicke 

Thomas Owstaby, porter, fil. Johannis Owstaby, carpenter 

Willelmus Johnson, watchmaker, fil. Willelmi Johnson, locksmith 

George Mitchell, basketmaker, fil. Roberti Mitchell 

Georgius Slegges, tailor, fil. Georgii Slegges 

Thomas Ripley, bricklayer, fil. Rogeri Ripley 

Ricardus Paul, silkweavor, fil. Richardi Paul 

Thomas Hill, sadler, fil. Petri Hill 

Jacobus Dixon, tailor, fil. Jacobi Dixon 

Johannes Porter, joiner, fil. Willelmi Porter 

Georgius Browne, barbour chirurgeon, fil. Radulphi Browne 

Rowland Craven^ bricklayer, fil. Simon Craven 

Thomas Atkinson, milner, fil. Thomae Atkinson 

Ricardus Pattrick, tanner, fil. Thomae Pattricke 

Bryan Foxton, laborer, fil. Willelmi Foxton 

K 2 



132 



THE FREEMEN OF YORK, 1666 



18 CAR. II, CRESSY BURNETT, MAJORE. CAROLO HALL, THO. 
FARRAND, MERCATORIBUS, CHRIS. LUND, JOH. BILLINGHAM, 
MERCERS, HEN. MAY, ROB. WILSON, GROCERS, ROB. WRIGHT, 
SILKWEAVER, WILL. ARCHBUTT, COOK, CAMERARIIS 



Thomas Gatenby, joyner 
Eichard Hart, baker 
Thomas Bovell, vintner 
Richard Poulter, milner 
Johannes Furbanck, mercer 
Joh. Nicholson, lynnenweaver 
Willelmus Gilbert, copersmith 
Ric. Watson, free porter, per red. 
Willelmus Wombell, per red. 
Willelmus Sampson, taylor 
Tho. Dennison, merchant taylor 
Edmond Browne, tanner 
Ralph Barker, taylor 
Willelmus Kade, per redemp. 
Thomas Gawtris, translator 
Jacobus Walker, taylor 
Willelmus Smith, cooke 
Rob. Scot, barber chirurgeon 
Jacobus Straker, tanner 
Anthonius Johnson, blacksmith 
Robertus Jubb, clothier 
Thomas Inman, mercer 
Tristram Catton, yeom., per red. 
Rob. Tyson, barber chirurgeon 
Will. Askam, artizen skinner 
Willelmus Welburne, skinner 
Johannes Bell, taylor 



Georgius Wilson, salter 
Edwardus Perrot, coppersmith 
Matt. Wardell, tallowchandler 
Johannes Millner, butcher 
Johannes Clerkson, cordwainer 
Ralph Wood, baker 
Willelmus Tuton, cooke 
Johannes Xiockwood, tanner 
Robertus Yeates, tanner 
Walter Baine, vintner 
Anthonius Thwates, free laborer, 

pro vita tantum 

Robert Mawmond, lynnenweaver 
Thomas Moseley, apothecary 
Thomas Cussans, carpenter 
Radolphus Rountree, yeoman, 

per redemp. 

Johannes Hollins, baker 
Symon Parkin, butcher 
Robertus Turlay, carpenter 
Thomas Rigg, locksmith 
Tho. Tayler, per redempcionem 
Richard Relfe, blacksmith 
Ric. Richmond, chirurgeon, sonne 

of Joh. Richmond, per redemp. 
James Grainger, lynnenweaver, 

per redempcionem 



PEE PATEES 

Phelix Leppington, fil. Roberti Leppington 

Matthseus Bayocke, mercator, fil. Thomse Baycocke, chirurgeon 

Edwardue Glaves, tayler, fil. Hugh Glaves, sadler 

Thomas Lucas, chandler, fil. Francisci Lucas, chandler 

Henricus Sheildes, sadler, fil. Petri Sheildes 

Robertus Mason, cordwainer, fil. Roberti Mason 

Johannes Dunch, tayler, fil. Johannis Dunch 

Georgius Dickinson, taylor, fil. Edwardi Dickinson, milloner 

Johannes Ellison, wheelewright, fil. Johannis Ellison, millner 

Richard Hall, gunsmith, fil. Ricardi Hall, spurrier 

Peter Therasby, watchmaker, fil. Willelmi Therasby, baker 

Thomas Woodburne, whitesmith, fil. Ricardi Woodburne, blacksmith 

Edvardus Heelesse, barbour chirurgion, fil. Edvardi Heelesse, cooke 

Georgius Reynolds, barbour, fil. (blank) Reynolds, locksmith 



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133 



Matthasus Buckle, gentleman, son of John Buckle 
Job. Barehead, musition, fil. Jacob! Barehead, baker 
Andreas Marston, laborer, fil. Andrei Marston, cooke 
Jesper Leech, chirurgeon, fil. Joseph! Leech, chirurgeon 
Henricus Waite, imbrotherer, fil. Henrici Waite 
John Blanshard, skinner, fil. Thomse Blanshard 
Henricus Thomson, esq., fil. Johannis Thomson, mercatoris 
Bichardus Tireman, cordwainer, fil. Willelmi Tireman 
George Hamond, barbour, son of George Hamond, cordwainer 
George Otley, cobler, fil. Georgii Otley, bricklayer 
Abrahamus Tayler, fishmonger, fil. Georgii Tayler 
Willelmus Lee, milner, fil. Henrici Lee, milner 



19 CAE. II, HEN. TIREMAN, MAJORS. GEO. KEIGHLEY, EDW. 
PARKER, MERCHANTS, WILL. HEATHER, MERCER, THO. 
FOTHERGILL, DYER, FRAN. BRAY, VINTNER, RIG. BANCKES, 
JONATHANO HOBSON, GEO. RIGDEN, INHOLDERS, CAMERARIIS 



John Tayler, marriner 
Christopher Bernard, butcher 
Tho. Allen, freelaborer, pro vita 
Henry Butler, apothecary 
William Pickard, cordwayner 
Matthseus Adamson, inholder, 

per redemp. 

Martin Hotham, milloner 
Eichard Waynd, watchmaker 
John Day, carpenter 
Eichard Brand, lynnenweaver 
Griffin Stanfeild, skinner 
Eobert Bouthe, tayler 
Will. Flawith, lynnenweaver, per 

redemp. 

Eaiph Barbor, skynner 
Mathew Dolphin, lynnenweaver 
Samuell Danyell, cordwayner 
Anthony Walker, translator 
Marmaduke Cox, basketmaker 
Edward Dawson, wyne cowper 
Eichard Day, artizen skinner 
Will. Padget, musicon, gratis 
John Edward, idem 
Samuell Bateman, idem 
John Button, idem 
Eichard Tayler, per redemp. 
Will. Eoome, tallowchandler 
Michaell Fothergill, grocer 
John Weddall, tanner 
William Gell, tanner 
Eichard Baylye, tanner 



George Benson, clothdresser 
Henry Agarr, tanner 
William Graves, cordwayner 
Mathew Burrell, merchant tayler 
Stephen Eobinson, statyoner 
John Walker, tayler 
Will. Addison, glasener and 

plumer 

Timothy Tayler, joyner 
James Hebburne, silkweaver 
John Mordan, cordwayner 
George Lund, butcher 
Thomas Bowlocke, translator 
Marke Coulson, tayler 
John Willson, lynnen weaver 
Eichard Settrington, baker 
William Hixon, joyner 
George Fawcett, merchant ad- 
venturer 

John Newham, clothworker 
John Cussans, cordwayner 
Stephen Skillbeck, lastmaker 
Thomas Makin, tayler 
John Hardwicke 
John Chayter, silkweaver 
John Wattson, millner, per 

redemp. 

Eowland W T aller, girdler 
Eobert Wayte, statyoner 
Thomas Jisson, cordwayner 
William Sisson, fishmonger 
Henry Johnson, tanner 



134 THE FKEEMEN OF YOEK, 1667-8 



PER PATRES 

Johannes Murton, feltmaker, fil. Koberti Murton, joyner 

Johannes Murton, barbor chirurgeon, fil. Eoberti Murton, cordwayner 

Willelmus Hardy, carpenter, fil. Robert! Hardy, carpenter 

Johannes Jackson, carpenter, fil. Francisci Jackson, carpenter 

Phillippus Waid, pewtherer, fil. Eoberti Waid, clothworker 

Franciscus Moore, cowper, fil. Francisci Moore, silkeweaver 

Edwardus Lund, tanner, fil. Edwardi Lund, tanner 

Jacobus Blackbeard, clerk, fil. Jacobi Blackbeard, mercer 

Georgius Hartforth, butcher, fil. Anthony Hartforth, butcher 

Willelmus Tirry, cordwayner, fil. Boberti Tirry, cordwayner 

Edwardus Bobinson, wyne cowper, fil. Edwardi Bobinson, inholder 

Thomas Simpson, tanner, fil. Boberti Simpson, tanner 

Bobert Simpson, tanner, fil. Jacobi Simpson, cordwayner 

Thomas Marshall, barbor, fil. Johannis Marshall 

George Mashrother, cutler, fil. Alexander Mashrother 

Willelmus Frezell, pewtherer, fil. Willelmi Frezell, wheelewright 

Nicholas Fisher, tanner, fil. Nicolai Fisher, skynner 

Richard Fisher, parchmentmaker, fil. Nicholai Fisher, skynner 

Bobertus Surbert, tayler, fil. Cuthberti Surbert, tayler 

George Akers, lynnenweaver, fil. Georgii Akers 

Jacobus Peirson, sadler, fil. Johannis Peirson, sadler 

Thomas Yeates, marriner, fil. Willelmi Yeates, marriner (erased) 

Bowland Mattyson, glasner, fil. Rowland Mattyson, tanner 

Wanton Duning, milloner, fil. Arthur Duning, grocer 

Thomas Drinkraw, wynecowper, fil. Thomas Drinkraw, taylor 

Benjamin Lobley, marriner, fil. James Lobley, marriner 

Xpofer Shaw, marriner, fil. Xpoferi Shaw, marriner 

Johannes Fisher, locksmith, fil. Nicoli Fisher, skynner 

Willelmus Moore, marriner, fil. Johannis Moore, marriner 

Badulphus Oliver, fil. Thomas Oliver, tayler 

Willelmus Tireman, currier, fil. Willelmi Tireman, cordwayner 

Xpoferus Richardson, tayler, fil. Xpoferi Richardson, cordiner 

Job. Camell, blacksmith, fil. Machaelis Camell, blacksmith 

Thomas Swayle, fil. Henrici Swayle, bricklayer 



20 CAR II, CHEIS. BEEAEEY, MAJOKE. ANDE. PEEEOTT, SAM. 
DAWSON, MEECATOEIBUS, JOH. YEATES, ATTOEN., WILL. 
JOHNSON, MEECEE, THO. THOMLINSON, DEAP., FEAN. TAYLOE, 
APOTH., JOH. FOSTEE, HABEEDASHEE, EIC. SMITH, TANNEE, 
CAMEEAEIIS 



Rad. Clewley, merchant taylor 
Georgius Ma,yson, tayler 
Will. Simpson, hornebreaker 
Thomas Paruter, draper 
John Copley, per redempcionem 



Josephus Herriman, millner 
Will. Campleshon, per redemp. 
Roulandus Kirby, goldsmith 
Willelmus Willson, bricklayer 
Willelmus Knowles, cordwayner 



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135 



Willelmus Halley, marriner 
Petrus Wright, lynnenweaver 
Thomas Ellis, taylor 
Willelmus Watson, bricklayer 
Franciscus Cowton, tanner 
Johannes Hall, silkeweaver 
Christoph er A sk with , leth ergilder 
Ricardus Cordeux, per redemp. 
Georgius Howell, inholder 
Joh. Stephenson, silkeweaver 
Geo. Dodsworth, marchant taylor 
Ricardus Stofing, taylor 
Samuel Smith, locksmith 
Radulphus Chessy, baker 
Johannes Moxon, pynner 



Samuel Norton, milloner 
Miles Thistlethwaites, grocer 
Thomas Webster, millner 
Henricus Atkinson, baker 
Chris. Mitchell, tallowchandler 
Robertus Grainger, carpenter 
Robertus Smith, pewtherer 
Joh. Watters, merchant taylor 
Ricardus Cowper, currier 
Joh. Champley, laborer, pro vita 

tantum 

Rob. Slator, per redempcionem 
Rob. Owram, laborer, pro vita 

tantum 
Lionel Wise, mercer 



PER PATEES 

Willelmus Harrison, butcher, fil. Thomae Harrison, butcher 
Johannes Watters, cordwayner, fil. Roberti Watters, currier 
Thomas Naylor, mercer, fil. Thomae Nayler, mercer 
Ricardus Reynoldes, mercator, fil. Thomae Reynoldes, tanner 
Johannes Dawson, wheelewright & turner, fil. Henrici Dawson, 

wheelewright & turner 

Willelmus Storme, fil. Thomae Storme, sadler 
Johannes Williamson, carpenter, fil. Willelmi Williamson, carpenter 
Franciscus Moore, glasner, fil. Willelmi Moore, currier 
Jacobus Coates, felmunger, fil Matthsei Coates, felmunger 
Matt. Sampson, harbor chirurgeon, fil. Matt. Sampson, barb, chirg. 
Johannes Betson, felmunger, fil. Johannis Betson, clothworker 
Petrus Pearson, baker, fil. Georgii Pearson, bricklayer 
Willelmus Stringer, merchant taylor, fil. Willelmi Stringer, taylor 
Willelmus Yeoman, draper, fil. Willelmi Yeoman, tanner 
Thomas Hay, blacksmith, fil. Mathaei Hay, paynter 
Jacobus Tireman, cordwayner, fil. Johannis Tireman 
David Dixon, cordwayner, fil. David Dixon, malster 
Israel Day, draper, fil. Jacobi Day, baker 
Robertus Wells, taylor, fil. Edward Wells 
Thomas Dale, tapiter, fil. Johannis Dale, tapiter 
Thomas Slack, upholster, fil. Thomae Slack, cordwayner 
Johannes Walker, cowper, fil. Allan Walker, currier 
Johannes Postell, tapiter, fil. Willelmi Postell, tapiter 
Johannes Burton, pewtherer, fil. Georgii Burton, pewtherer 
Johannes Moore, barbor chirurgeon, fil. Henrici Moore, girdler 
Josephus Harrison, brickmaker, fil. Johannis Harrison, glover 
Johannes Buttry, marriner, fil. Petri Buttry, marriner 



136 



THE FKEEMEN OF YORK, 1669 



21 CAE. II, THO. BAWTEY, MAJOEE. STEP. MATHEWES, MEECAT., 
THO. STOOPE, FEAN. ELWICKE, MEECEES, THO. COENEWELL, 
CHEIS. WITHEES, GEOCEES, HEN. WILKINSON, APOTH., 
EEYNOLD HOXON, INHOLDEE, STEP. BEVEELEY, TANNEE, 
CAMEEAEIIS 



Thomas Johnson, paynter 
Tho. Faber, per redempcionem 
Petrus Babye, coachmaker 
Eic. Bentham, wineuowper 
Timotheus Lambert, marcator 
Thomas Murfeite, parchment- 
maker 

Johannes Mold, salter 
Jacobus Marshall, baker 
Hugo Brumptou, taylor 
Edw. Richardson, cordwayner 
Mich. Nightengale, per redemp. 
Henricus Tirry, coppersmith 
Robertus Ridhead, millner 
Thomas Garforth, mercator 
Robertus Allanson, mercer 
Hen. Fell, laborer, pro vita 
Thomas Sicklin, bricklayer 
Thomas Battersby, bricklayer 
Georgius Binckes, grocer 
Jacobus Linesley, blacksmith 



Thomas Watson, carpenter 
Richardus Brittayne, bricklayer 
Tho. Millnes, laborer, pro vita 
John Loe, per redemptionem 
Symon Willy, grocer 
Robertus Slator, millner 
Willelmus Hotham, tanner 
Thomas Beswicke, taylor 
John Hodgson, potter 
Jacobus Dickinson, per redemp. 
Geo. Mawman, lynnenweaver 
Pethuell Fish, lynnenweaver 
Moses Calvert, marchant 
Henry Stopford, cordwayner 
Thomas Wilberfosse, tanner 
John Williamson, cooper 
John Fosse, butcher 
Johannes Cowell, locksmith 
Lancelott Udall, gunsmith 
Georgius Dawson, carpenter 
Johannes Fawkes, mercer 



PER PATRES 

Johannes Willson, fishmonger, fil. Roberti Willson, fishmonger 

Franciscus Cotton, mercer, fil. Francisci Cotton, inholder 

Thomas Smith, marriner, son of John Smith, cowper 

Arthur Laire, joyner, fil. Arthuri Laire, inholder 

Henricus Trollopp, bricklayer, fil. Roberti Trollopp 

Georgius Watson, marchant, fil. Thomae Watson, marchant 

John Pape, cordwayner, fil. Johannis Pape, silkweaver 

Edward Coulton, cordwayner, fil. Johannis Coulton, pinner 

Mathew Simpson, fil. Mr. Christopher! Simpson 

Thomas Smith, dyer, fil. Johannis Smith, dyer 

Ricardus Porter, tanner, fil. Willelmi Porter, roper 

Robertus Harrison, baker, fil. Richardi Harrison, baker 

Georgius Savadge, millner, fil. Willelmi Savadge, millner 

Carolus Cherry, barbor chirurgion, fil. Thorn Cherry, gent. 

Thomas Lawrence, milloner, fil. James Lawrance, tanner 

Robertus Armison, tapiter, fil. Georgii Armison, dyer 

James Seckar, pewtherer, fil. Roberti Seckar, vintner 

Will. Richardson, pewtherer, fil. Humphridi Richardson, pewtherer 

Bryanus Scott, cordwayner, fil. Jacobi Scott, currier 



THE FKEEMEN OF YORK, 1669-70 



137 



Thomas West, baker, fil. (blank) West 
Willelmus Benson, potter, fil. Edwardi Benson, potter 
Willelmus Heigh, inholder, fil. Willelmi Heigh, inholder 
Thomas Coates, butcher, fil. Thomas Coates, butcher 
Eobertus Chapman, silkweaver, fil. Matthaei Chapman 
Samuell Cartwright, cooke, fil. Eoberti Cartwright, cooke 
Jonathan Tate, tanner, fil. Willelmi Tate, sadler 
Willelmus Dunch, fishmonger, fil. Johannis Dunch, taylor 
Franciscus Coulton, joyner, fil. Willelmi Coulton, piner 
Bobertus Naylor, upholster, fil. Thomaa Naylor, mercer 
Georgius Beeforth, taylor, fil. Georgii Beeforth, taylor 
Jonathanus Welburne, merchant, fil. Hugonis Welburne, merchant 
Johannes Eiveley, taylor, fil. Johannis Eiveley, taylor 
Peter Peirson, bricklayer, fil. Eadulphi Peirson, joyner 
Georgius Newsam, taylor, fil. Johannis Newsam, vintner 
Johannes Blanshard, draper, fil. Willelmi Blanshard, gent. 
Xpoferus Eider, wheelewright, fil. Johannis Eider, tanner 
Gabriell Eussell, taylor, fil. Francisci Eussell, bricklayer 
Xpoferus Smith, pynner, fil. Xpoferi Smith, pinner 
Georgius Stockdale, brasier, fil. Edwardi Stockdale, butcher 
Thomas Middleton, millner, fil. Antonii Middleton, milner 
Thomas Booth, habberdasher, fil. Eicardi Booth, generosi 
Thomas Oliver, taylor, fil. Thomaa Oliver, clothworker 
Willelmus Gill, mercer, fil. Johannis Gill, mercer 



22 CAR. II, GULIELMO RICHARDSON, MAJORS. JOH. HARDWICKE, 
ATTORNEY, GEO. BRACEBRIDGE, ALLAN PENNY, JOH. HILLARY, 
RIG. CRAYKE, MERCERS, RIG. JUSTICE, INHOLDER, WILL. 
WILLIAMSON, COOKE, CAMERARIIS 



Thomas Swan, painter 
Stephen Boyne, mercer 
John Waite, sadler 
Ealph Newton, cobler 
Eoger Shackleton, merchant 
Christopher Eaine, carpenter 
Thomas Thwaites, bricklayer 
Charles Farnehill, per redemp. 
Francis Wood, per redemp. 
Eobertus Bradforth, draper 
Will. Hutchinson, pewtherer 
Xpofer Walker, per redemp. 
Johannes Briggs, porter 
Eicardus Walker, blacksmith 
Johannes Schofin, blacksmith 
Eicardus Milburne, winecowper 
Thomas Plewman, butcher 
George Smyth, cordwayner 
Mary Stainforth, inholder 



Willelmus Thorp, stationer 
Xpoferus Jackson 
James Holder, milner 
Eobertus Ashburn, stationer 
Thomas Heworte, cooke 
Hamond Champley, cordwayner 
Thomas Watson, spurrier 
Geo. Waddington, imbroderer 
Joseph Askwith, basketmaker 
Georgius Holt, bricklayer 
Johannes Browne, glover 
John Walker, laborer 
Timothy Turner, clothier 
Eicardus Walden, cowper 
Johannes Baxter 
Eowlandus Betson 
Henricus Murthwaite, mercer 
Georgius Greene, cowper 
Johannes Hurst, milloner 



138 



THE FEEEMEN OF YORK, 1670-1 



Andrew Robinson 
William Robinson, bricklayer 
Johannes Waide 
Georgius Craven, butcher 
Benjamin Ickeringill, baker 
Thomas Walkington, baker 
Johannes Cole 
Radulphus Kendall, laborer 
Xpoferus Crosby, joyner 
Willelmus Flinte, baker 



Danyell West, taylor 
Willelmus Harwood, tayler 
Willelmus Dubbs, clothier 
George Slinger 
Radulphus Kendall, laborer 
Franciscus Moorewood, grocer 
Willelmus Champeman, butcher 
Henricus Cowpland, laborer 
Johannes Barker 
Edwardus White, barber 



PER PATRES 

Thomas Richardson, cordwayner, fil. Georgii Richardson, piner 
Ricardus Allanby, marriner, fil. Ricardi Allanby, joyner 
Ricardus Burne, cordwayner, fil. Jacobi Burne, laborer 
Edwardus Micklefeild, taylor, fil. Willelmi Micklefeild, taylor 
Johannes Morritt, marriner, fil. Thomse Morritt, marriner 
Willelmus Watson, fishmonger, fil. Anthonii Watson, fishmonger 
Henricus Swayles, bricklayer, fil. Henrici Swayles, bricklayer 
Thomas Malin, fil. Johannis Malin 
Martinus Croft, glas. & plumer, fil. Martini Croft, glasier 
Michaell Hall, grocer, fil. Willelmi Hall, sadler 
Jeremier Ellis, barbour, fil. Jesperi Ellis, inholder 
Franciscus Leedall, brickmaker, fil. Edwardi Leedall, taylor 
James Best, carpenter, fil. Ricardi Best, linrienweaver 
Willelmus Kitchingman, gent., fil. Willelmi Kitchingman, gent. 
Josephus Thearsby, baker, fil. Willelmi Thearsby, baker 
Willelmus Chater, draper, fil. Georgii Chater, draper 
Johannes Lucas, stationer, fil. Roberti Lucas, taylor 
Georgius Dent, taylor, fil. Georgii Dent, taylor 
Richardus Man, sonne of John Man, baker 



23 CAE. II, HEN. THOMPSON, MILITE, MAJOEE. JOH. COWELL, 
MEKCAT., CHEIS. DEWTRIS, MEECH. TAIL., WILL. CAMPLE SHON, 
GENT., EDW. SHILLITOE, BAEB., WILL. ESKEIGG, VINTNEE, 
JOH. COULTUS, INHOLDEE, JOH. LANGLEY, CLOTHIEE, MAECO 
BULLAED, COEDINEE, CAMEEAEIIS 



William Moore, marriner 
Samuell Basford, mercer 
Georgius Scotson, glasier 
Ricardus Jackson, chandler 
Willelmus Watson, grocer 
Edwardus Watson, girdler 
Franciscus Chapman, cour. 
Johannes Boswell 
Willelmus Leedall, linnenweaver 
Hanricus Stainton, sadler 



Henricus Rodwell, pewtherer 
Samuell Marshall, cobler 
Henricus Walker, tayler 
Jacobus Loftus, pewtherer 
Thomas Wildebore, cutler 
Robertus Vincent, tayler 
Thomas Bradley, draper 
Robertus Dawson, milner 
James Dawlin, gunsmith 
Edmundus Rogers, baker 



THE FEEEMEN OF YOKK, 1671-2 139 



Robertus Peirson, tayler 
Willelmus Skaife, spurier 
Georgius Daltry, apothecary 
Willelmus Suttell, grocer 
Edwardus Wilkin, tanner 
Johannes Harrison 
Thomas Byers 

Jos. Wineman, tallow chandler 
Thomas Hardisty, tanner 
Johannes Collier, taylor 



Samuell Batley, clothier 
Eicardus Robinson, cobler 
Georgius Booth 
Oswaldus Dodgson, cobler 
Radulphus Wood, cobler 
Willelmus Steade, joyner 
Johannes Tennant, linnenweaver 
John Rymer, cord way ner 
Johannes Geldard, cordwayner 
Thomas Dawson 



PEE PATEES 

Thomas Maskall, marchant, fil. Jone Maskall, grocer 
Josia Oxnard, habberdasher, fil. Josiaa Oxnard, haberdasher 
Matthaeus Lee, barber chirurgeon, fil. Matthaai Lee, tayler 
Marcus Knaggs, cobler, fil. Willelmi Knaggs, tayler 
James Smyth, potter, fil. Abrami Smyth, potter 
Johannes Booth, blacksmyth, fil. Edwardi Booth, wright 
Trenian Myers, butcher, fil. Matthaai Myers, butcher 
Josephus Tennant, cooke, fil. Thomas Tennant 
Lawrence Thorpe, cobler, fil. Ricardi Thorpe, glover 
Samuell Smyth, potter, fil. Abrahami Smyth, potter 
Humphridus Peckett, butcher, fil. Humphridi Peckett, butcher 
Ricardus Hauxhurst, hosier, fil. Willelmi Hauxhurst, merchant 
Thomas Bovill, sheereman, fil. Marci Bovill, milloner 
Ricardus Shutt, glover, fil. Roberti Shutt, butcher 
Willelmus Wear, carpenter, fil. Willelmi Wear, carpenter 
Matthaeus Hamond, taylor, fil. Georgii Hamond 
Willelmus Walker, armorer, fil. Johannis Walker, tanner 
Beniamin Horner, hempdresser, fil. Johannis Homer, idem 
Georgius Wheatley, tayler, fil. Stephani Wheatley, feltmaker 
Johannes Scholey, winecowper, fil. Sam. Scholey, winecowper 
Johannes Maw, cordwayner, fil. Johannis Maw, idem 
Thomas Harrison, tallow chandler, fil. Thomae Harrison 
James Todd, goldsmith, fil. Sam. Todd, milloner 
Robertus Clough, cordwayner, fil. Stephani Clough, joynar 
Edmundus Sheilds, taylor, fil. Petri Sheilds, inholder 
Franciscus Nicholson, upholster, fil. Willelmi Nicholson, cordwayner 
Johannes Woodhouse, joyner, fil. Ricardi Woodhouse, joyner 
Marmaducus Emerson, taylor, fil. Thorn 33 Emerson, idem 
Carolus Allanson, esq., fil. Willelmi Allanson, militis, aldermani 

24 CAE. II, THO. WILLIAMSON, MAJOEE. WILL. SHAW, MEECEE, 
WILL. DINELEY, GEOC., JOH. WHITTAKERS, APOTH., THO. LEGG, 
CHRIS. BEARES,PINNEBS,JOH. BUCKLE, LOCKSMITH, GEO. STOCK- 
DAYLE, SILKWEAVEE, JOH. COULTON, MILLONEE, CAMEEAEIIS 



Ralph Varley, marriner 
Richard Benson, felmonger 



John Wood, merchant 
John Robinson, mercer 



140 



THE FREEMEN OF YORK, 1672 



John Preistley, mercer 
William Walter, per redemp. 
William Topham, cordwayner 
Edward Beilby, butcher 
Robert Cowper, per redemp. 
Thomas Jackson, taylor 
George Seamor, silkweaver 
Bryan Thompson, mercer 
Josias Milner, per redempcionem 
Marmaduke Leadley, baker 
Richard Maram, per redemp. 
Timothy Wilkinson, draper 
Chr. Holmes, baker 
John Wright, winecowper 
Thomas Watson, panierman 
George Jackson, bricklayer 
Thomas Rooth, marriner 
Francis Otterburne, felmonger 
William Corbett, merchant 
William Tanfeild, fishmonger 
Thomas Shillitoe, spurier 
Thomas Wood, blacksmyth 
Luke Herbert, cooke 
John Petty, barber chirurgeon 
Thomas Eshleby, per redemp. 
Henry Padgett, upholster 
Mark Dove, per redempcionem 
John Simpson, laborer 
John Carter, winecowper 
William Britton, wheelwright 
John Hemingway, cowper 
Bryan Kitchingman, butcher 
Thomas Goodall, cordwayner 
John Calvert, butcher 
Thomas Matterson, taylor 
Richard Bambrough, baker 
John Slaytor, cordwayner 
William Shaw, linnen weaver 
Marmaduke Randall, joyner 
Gyles Loftus, cordwainer 
Peter Hawkins, cordwainer 
Thomas Norman, fewster 
William Smith, mason 
Thomas Wells, taylor 
Mathew Blyth, cordwainer 
Edward Thompson, merchant 
John Adampson, weaver 
Umphrey Jones, taylor 
Michael Elston, glasier 



Robert Thompson, currier 
George Owram, wheelwright 
Francis Benson, whitesmith 
George Boynton, taylor 
Peter Blanshard, glover 
Thomas Robinson, sadler 
George Scholey, blacksmith 
Richard Blanshard, cordiner 
Richard Bowland, milner 
Marke Shaw, taylor 
Samuel Gilberson, cordwainer 
Thomas Dobson, linnen weaver 
William Rydeinge, pewterer 
John Norrison, taylor 
Robert Lazenby, cordiner 
George Hutson, cordiner 
Anthony West, coverlettweaver 
Richard Nelson, tanner 
Symon Richardson, cordiner 
William Wray, baker 
Thomas Sellar, linenweaver 
Josias Mahum, cordiner 
William Bracke, painter 
Archibell Dogeson, hempdresser 
Arthur Simpson, blacksmyth 
Richard Eccles, shipcarpenter 
Joseph Kitchin, milner 
Edward Preston, blacksmith 
William Lupton, inholder 
William Lynus, taylor 
George Watson, per redemp. 
Thomas Hornsey, whitesmith 
Richard Gates, milloner 
John Watson, bricklayer 
Mathew Briggs, tanner 
William Johnson, mariner 
William Robinson, bearebrewer 
Robert Day, taylor 
Arthur Hodgeson, baskettmaker 
Christopher West, baker 
Richard Banckes, felmonger 
William Hudson, cordiner 
Edward Singleton, translator 
Thomas Williamson, brickmaker 
Charles Trewman, sadler 
Richard Lodge, merchant 
John Nevill, marchant 
John Mollitt, tanner 
Robert Dynnis, glover 



THE FKEEMEN OF YORK, 1672 141 



Edward Wilson, baker 
James Wheateley, inkolder 
Michaell Richardson 
William Nelson, cordiner 
Anthony Ambler, winecowper 
William Owzeman, per redemp. 



Robert Hood, blacksmyth 
William Metcalfe, mercer 
Christopher Unthancke, inholder 
Robert Loftus, taylor 
Robert Hartley, appr. to William 
Wilkinson, tanner 



John Flinte, marriner 

PEE PATEES 

Ralph Croft, silkweaver, fil. Ralph Croft, milloner 

Abraham Newby, merchant taylor, fil. Richard Newby, clothworker 

George Colton, milloner, fil. John Colton, milloner 

Joseph Fox, silkweaver, fil. John Fox, idem 

Leonard Day, barber chirurgion, fil. Henry Day, barber 

Peter Richardson, carpenter, fil. Robert Richardson, idem 

Thomas Cundall, armorer, fil. John Cundall, barber 

Robert Leckonby, baskettmaker, fil. George Leckonby, idem 

John Bellay, barber chirurgion, fil. John Bellay, mercer 

Arthur Greenebury, tanner, fil. Arthur Greenebury, baker 

William Weddall, hempdresser, fil. Robert Weddall, draper 

Edward Garnett, habberdasher, fil. Willelmi Garnett, girdler 

John Maxwell, bricklayer, fil. John Maxwell, idem 

Nathan Bovell, carpenter, fil. Nicholas Bovell, idem 

George Wilson, translator, fil. Henry Wilson, translator 

Edward Crofts, glasier & plumer, fil. Martin Crofts, idem 

Henry Sleggs, clothier, fil. George Sleggs, inholder 

Roger Greene, cordiner, fil. Roger Greene, porter 

Samuel Smyth, whitesmyth, fil. Samuel Smyth, idem 

John Walker, butcher, fil. Henry Walker, butcher 

George Chapman, tanner, fil. George Chapman, tanner 

John Walker, tanner, fil. John Walker, tanner 

Christopher Chapman, tanner, fil. John Chapman, idem 

William Robinson, mariner, fil. Edward Robinson, inholder 

Thomas Harper, cordiner, fil. Thomas Harper 

Thomas Edge, linnenweaver, fil. Jacob Edge 

Thomas Gary, musiconer, fil. William Gary 

William Mackrell, bricklayer, fil. (blank) Mackrell 

Richard Thackwray, linnenweaver, fil. John Thackwray, idem 

Henry Shutt, hempdresser, fil. Thomas Shutt, plumer 

Isack Gary, tobacco-pipe-maker, fil. Zacharias Gary 

Samuell Browne, joyner, fil. Percibell Browne, linnenweaver 

Nehemiah I'anson, taylor, fil. Nehemiah I'anson, taylor 

William Trewitt, linenweaver, fil. William Trewitt, idem 

Joseph Trewitt, linenweaver, fil. William Trewitt, idem 

William Webster, fishmonger, fil. Philip Webster, cordiner 

Jonas Williamson, inholder, fil. Thomas Williamson, idem 

John Blyth, cordiner, fil. Mathew Blyth, cordiner 

Henry Coulson, linenweaver, fil. Nicholas Coulson 



142 THE FKEEMEN OF YOKE, 1672 

Edward Robson, coverlett weaver, fil. Edward Robson, idem 

Richard Smyth, taylor, fil. Richard Smyth, taylor 

John Thompson, glover, fil. Lawrence Thompson, cordiner 

Percibell Winterskale, tanner, fil. Percibell Winterskale 

John Spacy, imbroderer, fil. John Spacy, idem 

Robert Newham, clothier, fil. Thomas Newham, idem 

William Newham, clothier, fil. Thomas Newham 

John Belton, tanner, fil. Mathew Belton, tanner 

John Dale, cordiner, fil. John Dale, coverlett weaver 

William Coates, baker, fil. James Coates, baker 

Thomas Cartred, parchmentmaker, fil. Thomas Cartred, idem 

Richard Routh, taylor, fil. William Routh, taylor 

Michaell Symoson, ropemaker, fil. George Symoson, idem 

Joseph Nevill, taylor, fil. Thomas Nevill, taylor 

Thomas Francke, merchant, fil. Richard Francke, idem 

Thomas Watson, gent., fil. Thomas Watson, merchant 

William Yeates, mariner, fil. William Yeates, mariner 

Roger Dawson, wheelewright, fil. Henry Dawson, idem 

William Wheateley, inholder, fil. Step. Wheatley, feltmaker 

William Wheateley, junior, milner, fil. Stephen Wheatley 

Thomas Richardson, baker, fil. Peter Ric[hardson], bearebrewer 

Thomas Mason, cordiner, fil. Robert Mason, cordiner 

James Gamble, linenweaver, fil. James Gamble, idem 

John Cooke, cooke, fil. Michaell Cooke, cooke 

Francis Hudson, whitesmyth, fil. Robert Hudson, idem 

Richard Pickringe, glover, fil. Thomas Pickringe, sadler 

Richard Hutchinson, merchant, fil. Edward Hutchinson, tanner 

John Huntresse, baker, fil. John Huntresse, joyner 

Thomas Little, fil. William Little, baker 

Thomas Ridsdale, fil. William Ridsdall, taylor 

James Hudson, cordiner, fil. Ralph Hudson, cordiner 

Ralph Hudson, cordiner, fil. Ralph Hudson, cordiner 

Robert Wilkinson, cordiner, fil. Thomas Wilkinson, cordiner 

Robert Dove, joyner, fil. John Dove, joyner 

Leonard Emerson, whitesmyth, fil Phillip Emerson 

Henry Pullen, milloner, fil. George Pullen, gentleman 

William Turner, fishmonger, fil. William Turner, mariner 

Mathew Garbutt, blacksmyth, fil. Robert Carbutt (sic), idem 

Francis Metcalfe, bellfounder, fil. James Metcalfe, butcher 

Ezeekiell Waide, inholder, fil. Xpofer Waide, tanner 

John Newis, joyner, fil. John Newis, taylor 

Stephen Shipton, carpenter, fil. Richard Shipton, bearbrewer 

Samuell Bew, inholder, fil. Thomas Bew, glover 

Christopherus Smailes, silkweaver, fil. Xpoferi Smailes, idem 

Mathew Coward, brasscaster, fil. John Coward, taylor 

Richard Jackson, taylor, fil. Richard Jackson, weaver 

Thomas Newham, clothier, fil. Thomas Newham, idem 

George Shepherd, cordiner, fil. Henry Shepherd, cordiner 

George Wilkinson, taylor, fil. Thomas Wilkinson, cordiner 



THE FREEMEN OF YORK, 1672 143 

Thomas Franckland, milner, fil. Willelmi Franckland 

Richard Spetch, blacksmyth, fil. Richard Spetch, idem 

John Myers, butcher, fil. Trenion Myers, idem 

Thomas Stringer, taylor, fil. Thomas Stringer, cordiner 

John Jackson, glasier, fil. John Jackson, joyner 

William Micklefeild, taylor, fil. William Micklefeild, idem 

Henry Spawlden, silkweaver, fil. Henry Spalden, carpenter 

Christopher Moyser, milner, fil. George Moyser, idem 

Richard Loft, silkweaver, fil. John Loft, idem 

Thomas Hobson, silkweaver, fil. George Hobson, woolenweaver 

Charity Dobson, brickmaker, fil. Francis Dobson, marriner 

Francis Ripley, bricklayer, fil. Roger Ripley, bricklayer 

Joseph Mosy, taylor, fil. Joseph Mosy, taylor 

Robert Pattricke, tanner, fil. Thomas Pattricke, idem 

John Peirson, dancinge master, fil. Lancelott Peirson, cordiner 

Ralph Frost, baker, fil. Robert Frost, idem 

John Warriner, fil. Edward Warriner, feltmaker 

John Thornton, taylor, fil. John Thornton, taylor 

William Elliott, fil. John Elliott, inholder 

James Moor, fil. Henry Moor 

John Hixon, taylor, fil. Thomas Hixon, taylor 

Thomas Kay, fil. Robert Kay, whitesmith 

John Johnson, fil. John Johnson, combmaker 

Richard Hamond, taylor, fil. John Hamond, tanner 

William Crosby, glasier, fil. Edward Crosby 

Edward Booth, pewterer, fil. Richard Booth, idem 

Jerimie Rosendall, marriner, fil. Phillip Rosendall, idem 

John Ryder, fil. William Ryder, butcher 

David Smeeton, gunsmyth, fil. William Smeeton 

Thomas Nicholnson, butcher, fil. William Nicholnson, idem 

John Austin, baker, fil. John Austin, idem 

Andrew Donckin, fil. John Donckin, milner 

Josias Boulton, cowper, fil. James Boulton, cowper 

Christopher Foster, fil. William Foster, translator 

Gabryell Leafe, laborer, fil. Marmaduke Leafe 

John Leech, armorer, fil. James Leech, barber 

John Thackwray, baker, fil. John Thackwray, woolenweaver 

William Johnson, cordwayner, fil. Thomas Johnson 

John Cundall, tanner, fil. John Cundall 

Mathew Caley, clothworker, fil. Roger Caley 

Thomas Pocklington, clothier, fil. Lyo. Pocklington, laborer 

Roger Smyth, trunckmaker, fil. Samu.ell Smyth, gunsmyth 

Ralph Beeforth, trunckmaker, fil. Robert Beeforth 

William Allan, tanner, fil. John Allan, clarke 

John Madson, schoolmaster, fil. Row, Madson, chandler (?) 

Thomas Hewitson, tanner, fil. William Hewitson, idem 

Thomas Aram, currier, fil. Thomas Aram, currier 

William Graves, linenweaver, fil. Robert Graves 

Robert Thompson, upholster, fil. Robert Thompson, idem 



144 



THE FREEMEN OF YORK, 1672-3 



Ralph Rawson, vintner, fil. John Rawson, cordiner 
Richard Smyth, taylor, fil. George Smyth idem 
John Storme, dancingemaster, fil. John Storme, sadler 
William Marshall, fellmonger, fil. John Marshall, idem 
John Beane, blacksmyth, fil. Stephen Beane, cordiner 
George Pattricke, mason, fil. Thomas Pattricke, tanner 
Richard Oliver, taylor, fil. Thomas Oliver, clothworker 
Thomas Donckin, cordiner, fil. Leo. Donckin, glasier 
George Sherwin, cordiner, fil. William Sherwin, chandler 
Richard Waind, merchant, fil. Richard Waind, idem 
James Tireman, blacksmyth, fil. William Tireman, cordiner 
Robert Hardy, taylor, fil. Thomas Hardy, baker 
John Brittaine, artizen skinner, fil. Rob. Brittaine, idem 
John Hyllary, cordiner, fil. Thomas Hyllary 
Thomas Hyllary, cordiner, fil. praedicti Thomae 
Charles Hyllary, cordiner, fil. praedicti Thomas 
Isaack Johnson, baker, fil. Thomas Johnson, baker 
Thomas Corny, fil. Andrew Corny, inholder 
John Raper, taylor, fil. John Raper, taylor 
Thomas Hall, locksmyth, fil. Peter Hall 
Henry Maugham, cordiner, fil. Henry Maugham 
James Smyth, cordiner, fil. John Smyth, inholder 
William Smyth, inholder, fil. John Smyth, inholder 
George Fewler, cordiner, fil. Robert Fewler 
Henry Walker, silkweaver, fil. William Walker, tanner 
John Walker, joyner, fil. William Walker, supradicti 
John Peirson, carpenter, fil. Thomas Pearson 
Richard Pickard, fil. Thomas Pickard, merchant 
Henry Smyth, baker, fil. William Smyth, linenweaver 
Robert Pickringe, mercer, fil. James Pickringe, mercer 
Samuell Day, merchant, fil. Samuell Day, merchant 
John Mosey, merchant taylor, fil. John Mosey, idem 



25 CAR. II, RIG. METCALFE, MAJORS. AUGUSTINE AMBROSE, 
WILL. LUMLEY, MERCHANTS, WILL. BARRON, GROG., JOH. 
MOLD, SALT., ROB. COULTON, PEWT., LEONR. ROBINSON, JOH. 
BEVERLEY, TANNERS, CHRIS. RIPLEY, MILLONER, CAMERARIIS 



Henry Simpson, taylor 
Robertus Smith, blacksmith 
Thomas Lutton, draper 
Johannes I'anson, carpenter 
Thomas Carter, merchant 
Willelmus Rogers, vintner 
Henricus Mitchell, grocer 
Samuell Jefferson, grocer 
Johannes Mabson, tobacco pipe 

maker 
Christopherus Scotson, carpenter 



Willelmus Bulmer, taylor 
Jacobus Lee, per redempcionem 
Willelmus Masterman, joyner 
Jacobus Johnson, blacksmith 
Will. Bowlinge, free laborer 
Johannes Newlove, per redemp. 
Jacobus Pattison, per redemp. 
Robertus Cockenskell, carpenter 
Jacobus Becke, girdler 
Johannes Harrison, free laborer 
Johannes Cocke, inholder 



THE FREEMEN OF YORK, 1673-4 



145 



Franciscus Thomlinson, grocer 
Johannes Robinson, mercer 
Johannes Cobb, blacksmith 
Peregrine Richardson, p. redemp. 
Robertus Eskricke, whitesmith 
Robertas Bracke, bricklayer 
Willelmus Stubbes, carpenter 
Christopherus Bagley, tanner 
James Webster, free laborer 



Robertus Crooke, glasier 
Robertus Calvert, generosus 
Willelmus Beale, felmonger 
Jerimia Cobb, cordwayner 
Josephus Foster, tincker 
Rog. Hardcastle, per redemp. 
Willelmus Hardwicke, carpenter 
Thomas Calvert, linen weaver 
Willelmus Roddam, free laborer 



PER PATEES 

Henricus Walker, whitesmith, fil. Allan Walker, currier 
Willelmus Chambers, pewterer, fil. Rogeri Chambers, butcher 
Johannes Marshall, pipemaker, fil. Willelmi Marshall, miller 
Josephus Booth, habberdasher, fil. Ricardi Booth, generosi 
Thomas Penrose, fil. Henry Penrose, merchant 
Samuell Blackboard, mercer, fil. Jacobi Blackbeard, idem 
Willelmus Briggs, carpenter, fil. Willelmi Briggs, carpenter 
Samuell Collinson, generosus, fil. Henrici Collinson, fishmonger 
Robertus Bautry, merchant, fil. Barnaby Bautry, clothworker 
Willelmus Peirson, sadler, fil. Johannis Peirson, idem 
Thomas Biddle, cowper, fil. Johannis Biddle, porter 
Johannes Ingledew, sadler, fil. Miles Ingledew 
Johannes Halliwell, clothier, fil. Johannis Halliwell 
Phillip Brockett, mariner, fil. Benedick Brockett, translator 
Christopherus Waind, merchant, fil. Ricardi Waind, merchant 
Ricardus Peirson, merchant taylor, fil. Matthaei Peirson, idem 
Ralphus Waid, carpenter, fil. Matthaei Waid, cordwayner 
Johannes Salmon, tallow chandler, fil. Thomas Salmon, idem 



26 CAR. II, WILL. RAMSDEN, MAJORE. ROB. BAUTRY, MERCAT., 
MARCO FOSTER, MERCER, MARMA. BEST, GOLDSMITH, AMBR. 
GIRDLER, MUSICONER, ROB. FOSTER, LEATHERSELLER, MATTH. 
SMITH, BAKER, JOH. STAMPER, CUTLER, JOH. LODGE, SADDLER, 
CAMERARIIS 



William Elsley, goldsmith 
Robert Ripley, dyer 
Rowland Potter, rnarriner 
Rowland Watkinson, grocer 
Johannes Wclburne, apothecary 
Johannes Coltman, per redemp. 
Johannes Shipton, silkweaver 
William Thorpe, merchant taylor 
Johannes Mellay, fellmonger 
Johannes Waite, butcher 
Thomas Pease, baker 
Thomas Thompson, cowper 
Thomas Dunn, bricklayer 

VOL. II. 



Robertus Walker, bodymaker 
Radulphus Avyson, joyner 
Georgius Bernard, bricklayer 
Robertus Gathorne, grocer 
Franciscus Blackburne, porter 
Robertus Sayner, cordwainder 
Henricus Eskricke, vintner 
Thomas Taylor, per redemp. 
Robertus Sturdy, cowper 
Cavanidge Cannon, per redemp. 
Tho. Scaddlethorpe, per eandem 
Willelmus Redmaine, pinner 
Will. Johnson, mercator taylor 
L 



146 



THE FREEMEN OF YORK, 1674 



Robertus Eelfe, mercator taylor 
Thomas Tempest, grocer 
Joshua Earnshaw, mercator 
Thomas Moore, vintner 
Marcus Brearey, mercator, gratis 
Willelmus Wright, per redemp- 

cionem 

Joshua Drake, mercer 
Willelmus Savadge, cordwainder 
Thomas Doncaster, baker 
Ogur Agarr, tanner 
Johannes Lightfoote, sadler 



Joshuah Colston, mercator, per 

redemp. 

Percivall Lupton, batcher 
Nicholas Nickson, butcher 
Chr. Blades, free laborer 
Johannes Kobson, idem 
Thomas Robinson, girdler 
Johannes Cockes, per redemp. 
Gervasse Ward, barb, chirurgeon 
Johannes Richardson, sleddman 
Radulphus Howgrave, laborer 
Georgius Prickett, esqr. 



PEB PATRES 

Johannes Fisher, felmonger, fil. Christopheri Fisher, idem 
Jacobus Ripley, merchant, fil. Rogeri Ripley, brickmaker 
Christopherus Foster, whitesmyth, fil. Matthsei Foster, translator 
Johannes Bell, grocer, fil. Willelmi Bell, idem 
Thomas Burton, carpenter, fil. Joshuas Burton, linen weaver 
Matthasus Linsley, felmonger, fil. Ricardi Linsley, idem 
Johannes Gregges, silkweaver, fil. Johannis Gregges, taylor 
Franciscus Lucas, baker, fil. Henrici Lucas, idem 
Samuell Syeres, hattdresser, fil. Willelmi Syeres, idem 
Johannes Croftes, glazier & plumer, fil. Martini Croftes, idem 
Ricardus Dutton, wheelwright, fil. Henrici Button, taylor 
Johannes Geldarte, watchmaker, fil. Joshuas Geldarte, goldsmith 
Tho. Sandiman, fishmonger, fil. Ricardi Sandiman, pannier[maker] 
Joh. Scott, barber chirurgeon, fil. Willelmi Scott, habberdasher 
Abraham Lund, girdler, fil. Willelmi Lund, baker 
Joh. Williamson, goldsmith, fil. Johannis Williamson, marriner 
Roger Chambers, girdler, fil. Rogeri Chambers, butcher 
Willelmus Turneball, fellmonger, fil. Johannis Turneball, idem 
Leudovicus Dickinson, carpenter, fil. Edwardi Dickinson, milliner 
Isaack Fleeminge, ropemaker, fil. Ricardi Fleeminge, idem 
Willelmus Symoson, ropemaker, fil. Roberti Symoson, idem 
Johannes Best, mercer, fil. Ricardi Best, marriner 
Josiah Cartwright, pinner, fil. (blank) Cartwright, cooke 
Bryan Nelson, mercer, fil. Bryan Nelson, merchant 
Henricus Servant, marriner, fil. Willelmi Servant, porter 
Thomas Driffeild, mercator, fil. Thomas Driffield. mercatoris 
Joell Greene, silkweaver, fil. Thomas Greene, habberdasher 
Johannes Cowper, butcher, fil. Petri Cowper, idem 
Timothy Smith, goldsmith, fil. Willelmi Smith, taylor 
Abrahamus Hudson, butcher, fil. Johannis Hudson, grocer 
Thomas Nightingale, grocer, fil. Edwardi Nightingale, idem 



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147 



27 CAR. II, YORKE HORNER, MAJORE. WILL. BLACKBEARD, ROG. 
SHACKLETON, RIG. WAINDE, JOSHUA EARNSHAW, MARK 
BREAREY, MERCATORIBUS, WILL. PICKERINGE, MERCER, THO. 
MOSELEY, APOTH., JOH. GELDARTE, BEERBREW., CAMERARIIS 



Eob. Thompson, per redemp. 
Marmaducus Greene, taylor 
Michaell Gill, taylor 
Kicardus Deigkton, coppersmith 
Samuel Blyth, baker 
Hugo Bagley, butcher 
Eicardus Bowles, cooke 
Matthasus Taite, fishmonger 
Edwardus Blanshard, taylor 
Henricus Turner, whitesmith 
Christopherus Elliott, draper 
Luke Forward, milloner 
Leonardus Weddell, carpenter 
Edward Weddell, silkweaver 
Robertus Potter, baker 
Richard Body, taylor 
William Tindall, free laborer 
Robert Wilkinson, free laborer 
Bartholomew Greer, per redemp. 
Georgius Stephenson, bricklayer 
Johannes Jackson, tanner 
Ricardus Beesby, per redemp. 
Ricardus Ingleton, free laborer 
Arthur Copperthwaite, cowper 
Jacobus Younge, mercer 
Joshua Dixon, grocer 



Georgius Atkinson, stationer 
Willelmus Ayscough, silkweaver 
Ricardus Wilkinson, tanner 
Willelmus Dodd, bricklayer 
Thomas Rudd, silkweaver 
Mathaaus Gale, fellmonger 
Ricardus Shaftoe, per redemp. 
Willelmus Farrar, free laborer 
Johannes Pemberton, mercator 
Robertus Neizome, taylor 
Will. Grosse, barber chirurgeon 
Johannes Belton, cordwainder 
Johannes West, linnen weaver 
Pet. Dolman, barber chirurgeon 
Stephanus Carracke, tanner 
Johannes Moore, marriner 
Johannes Spencer, cordwainder 
Ricardus Hemingway, dyer 
Doyley Linley, baker 
Thomas Dickinson, joyner 
Abrahamus Smith, free laborer 
Ricardus Dixon, blacksmith 
Johannes Ebitt, per redemp. 
Phillip Pease, whitesmith 
Phineas Lawson, cooke 
Henricus Topham, carpenter 



PEE PATEES 

Matthaeus Clay, cooke, fil. Thomae Clay, coverlett weaver 
Jacobus Brooke, mercator, fil. Willelmi Brooke, idem 
Georgius Bell, joyner, fil. David Bell, milloner 
Edwardus Legg, taylor, fil. Johannis Legg, idem 
Willelmus Graves, milloner, fil. Roberti Graves, taylor 
Henrici Riveley, butcher, fil. (blank] Riveley, baker 
Henricus Lee, goldsmith, fil. Henrici Lee, milner 
Wauton Dunninge, blacksmith, fil. Wauton Dunninge, milloner 
Samuell Micklefeild, baker, fil. Johannis Micklefeild, idem 
Phillip Wilberfosse, tanner, fil. Phillip Wilberfosse, idem 
Thomas Howgill, grocer, fil. Thomae Howgill, idem 
Johannes Pattricke, linnenweaver, fil. Thomae Pattricke, idem 
Stephanus Sheildes, fil. Jacobi Sheildes, translator 
Henricus Marston, bridlemaker, fil. Johannis Marston, idem 
Thomas Clarke, tanner, fil. Andrei Clarke, idem 

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148 



THE FREEMEN OF YORK, 1675-6 



Robertus Wilson, cobler, fil. Umphridi Wilson, idem 
Robertas Creyke, mercator, fil. Willelmi Creyke, mercer 
Carolus Foster, cowper, fil. Willelmi Foster 
Carolus Fisher, agricola, fil. Nicholai Fisher, tanner 
Matthasus Hayes, translator, fil. Matthaei Hayes, painter 
Nicholas Ward, blacksmith, fil. Roberti Ward, idem 
Georgius Mangy, goldsmith, fil. Henrici Mangy, idem 
Bartholomaeus Slegges, tanner, fil. Georgii Slegges, inholder 
Thomas Woodhouse, painter stainer, fil. Ricardi Woodhouse, joyner 
Henricus Bilton, painter stainer, fil. Radulphi Bilton, mercatoris 



28 CAR. II, FRAN. ELCOCKE, MAJORS. THO. DRIFFIELD, MERCATOR, 
FRAN. FEARNLEY, SUCKLIN SPENLOVE, MICH. FOTHERGILL, 
GROCERS, THO. DAY, ARTIZ. SKINNER, JOH. BENTHAM, BARB. 
CHIR., WILL. TURNBALL, VINT., ROB. RHOADES, UPHOLDERS, 
CAMERARIIS 



Ricardus Duddin, marriner 
Mathaeus Darbishire, felmonger 
William Tuke, translator 
Johannes Bedford, cordwainder 
Willelmus Jackson, joyner 
Lawrence Foster, fishmonger 
Johannes Murton, cordwainder 
Kicholas Thompson, merchant 

taylour 

Jerimia Brigges, grocer 
Marcus Hodgeson, watchmaker 
Willelmus Broxupp, clothier 
Johannes Saughell, baker 
Jonathan Myers, per redemp. 
Henricus Hodgson, musicon 
Petrus Winn, baker 
William Stephenson, merchant 
Thomas Turner, tanner 
Jacobus Bell, per redemp. 
Thomas Thompson, bricklayer 
Quintin Fearby, per redemp. 
Tho. Steile, mercer et silkweaver 
Carolus Watson, currier 



Johannes Wyrell, lmnenw r eaver 
Johannes Hodgeson, blacksmith 
Johannes Longe, cordwainder 
Ricardus Squire, cordwainder 
Elisha Mace, merchant taylour 
Johannes Pease, milner 
Lyonel Roome, free porter, per 

redempcionem 

Robertus Farrar, free laborer 
Thomas Horner, idem 
Willelmus Temple, idem 
Johannes Holte, idem 
Josephus Ward, sadler 
Johannes Oliver, goldsmith 
Willelmus Jennison, per redemp. 
Thomas Howton, inholder 
Franciscus Laycock, apothecary 
Samuel Pounder, per redemp. 
Josias Trouslove, idem 
Nathaniel Thomas, girdler 
Matthaeus Smith, per redemp. 
Johannes Hessell, milloner 



PEE PATRES 

Josephus Leech, barber chirurgeon, fil. Jacobi Leech, idem 
Leonardus Crosby, fil. Nathaniel Crosby, marriner 
Simon Prince, translator, fil. Josephi Prince, cordwainder 
Thomas Oldcorne, joyner, fil. Richardi Oldcorne, silkweaver 
Johannes Donckin, whitesmith, fil. Roberti Donckin, milner 



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149 



Willelmus Straker, draper, fil. Willelmi Straker, idem 
Willelmus Smeeton, cooke, fil. Willelmi Smeeton, joyner 
Franciscus Simpson, fil. Ricardi Simpson, taylor 
Christopherus Leedall, pinner, fil. Ricardi Leedall, cordwainder 
Aaron Horner, cordwainder, fil. Johannis Horner, idem 
Edwardus Wilson, trunckmaker, fil. Edwardi Wilson, tanner 
Thomas Wilberfosse, attorney, fil. Leonardi Wilberfosse, tanner 
Thomas Stockton, draper, fil. Georgii Stockton, silkweavor 
Chris. Whitehill, goldsmith, fil. Johannis Whitehill, bricklayer 
Willelmus Weightman, milner, fil. Thomse Weightman, idem 
Willelmus Hoyle, blacksmith, fil. Joseph! Hoyle, coverlett weaver 
Ricardus Thorpe, translator, fil. Georgii Thorpe, idem 
Georgius Robinson, baker, fil. Parcivall Robinson, baker 
Leonardus Wilson, attorney, fil. Thomse Wilson, tanner 
Edwardus Cundall, fishmonger, fil. Johannis Cundall, waxchandler 
Thomas Smailes, joyner, fil. Willelmi Smailes, silkweaver 
Willelmus Justice, fil. Willelmi Justice, inholder 
Thomas Cooke, merchant, fil. ThomaB Cooke, idem 



29 CAR. II, PHIL. HERBERT, MAJORS. MATH. BAYOCKE, JOH. 
PEMBERTON, THO. LUTTON, MERCATORIBUS, SAM. BASFORD, 
MERCER, ROB. WILLIAMSON, GOLDSMITH, JOH. TENNANT, 
MERCH. TAYL., ROB. ADDINELL, PAINTER STAINER, ROB. 
DEIGHTON, TANNER, CAMERARIIS 



Johannes Hoyle, cordwayner 
Willelmus Mawman, joyner 
Johannes Traine, carpenter 
Robertus Wright, bricklayer 
Robertus Temperton, fishmonger 
Edwardus Dawson, grocer 
Johannes Tomlin, pinner 
Samuel Mollitt, carpenter 
Willelmus Wade, free laborer 
Jacobus Hoyroyd, idem 
Johannes Stephenson, inholder 
Johannes Hollins, milner 
Fred. Shackleton, wheelwright 
Franciscus Cowlinge, cordiner 
Seth Potter, bricklayer 
Thomas Spragg, blacksmith 
Johannes Dawson, pipemaker 
Anthonius Jaques, milner 
Bartholomaeus Geldart, cooke 
Thomas Day, carpenter 
Willelmus Bentley, wine cowper 
Thomas Ryecroft, translator 



Robertus Croyser, felmonger 
Willelmus Gray, carpenter 
Isaack Bernard, taylor 
Thomas Wilson, carpenter 
Johannes Baine, grocer 
Johannes Browne, blacksmith 
Margaretta Cowlinge, spinster 
Henricus Brunton, cordwayner 
Henricus Francke, carpenter 
Henricus Knowles, miller 
Thomas Geldart, generosus 
Willelmus Mundall, per redemp. 
Jacobus Willoughby, cordwainer 
Josephus Denton. per redemp. 
Johannes Creswicke, taylor 
Edwardus Stibbin, butcher 
Thomas Marshall, baker 
Georgius Johnson, taylor 
Joshuah Rawlinge, per redemp. 
Samuell Hessell, per redemp. 
Johannes Hodgson, free laborer 
Joh. Stainforth, vinter, per red. 



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THE FREEMEN OF YORK, 1677-8 



PEE PATRES 

Bicardus Smith, baker, fil. Willelmi Smith, idem 

Carolus Rhoades, goldsmith, fil. Francisci Rhoades, upholster 

Willelmus Richardson, pinner, fil. Rowlandi Richardson, idem 

Robertus Madson, baker, fil. Roberti Madson, idem 

Simon Richardson, mariner, fil. Willelmi Richardson, idem 

Willelmus Huard, glazier, fil. Georgii Huard, idem 

Robertus Clarke, dyer, fil. Roberti Clarke, idem 

Edwardus Shutt, hempdresser, fil. Thomae Shutt, plumer 

Lucas Abbott, bricklayer, fil. Johannis Abbott, idem 

Robertus Empson, mercer, fil. Gregorii Empson, senioris, grocer 

Lowther Preston, pinner, fil. Lowther Preston, idem 

Ricardus Chapman, tanner, fil. Georgii Chapman, idem 

Thomas Fleeminge, taylor, fil. Thomae Fleeminge, barber 

Robertus Straker, cordwainder, fil. Thomas Straker, inholder 

Henricus Crowther, grocer, fil. Georgii Crowther, artizen skinner 

Rogerus Carbott, carpenter, fil. Rogeri Carbott, blacksmith 

Franciscus Rhoades, upholster, fil. Francisci Rhoades, idem 

Georgius Clarke, fishmonger, fil. Georgii Clarke, idem 

Tho. Thompson, junior, generosus, fil. Thomae Thompson, senioris, 

generosi 

Valentinus Nicholnson, generosus, fil. Will. Nicholnson, cordwayner 
Chr. Harrison, painter stainer, fil. Chr. Harrison, habberdasher 



30 CAR. II, RIG. SHAW, MAJORE. RIG. THOMAS, MERCAT., THO. 
AGARR, JOH. PREISTLEY, MERCERS, JOH. MARSHALL, GROG., 
ROG. SPACY, BARB. CHIR., THO. HILL, SADDLER, FRAN. HALL, 
SILKWEAVER, JAC. GRIME, PINNER, CAMERARIIS 



Carolus Redman, mercator 
Abrahamus Burton, bricklayer 
Rob. Butler, merchant taylor 
Will. Greene, merchant taylor 
Johannes Jenninges, whitesmith 
Johannes Crosby, butcher 
Johannes Joy, tanner 
Ricardus Hawton, blacksmith 
Henricus Beck with, cordwainer 
Willelmus Rhoades, cordwainer 
Michaell Wilkinson, pewtherer 
John Nelson, merchant taylor 
Willelmus Swayle, bricklayer 
Chr. Foster, merchant taylor 
Edwardus Seller, brazier 
Jacobus Lazenby, tallowchandler 
Thomas Gary, marriner 
Georgius Conn, bricklayer 
Georgius Smeaton, cutler 



Robertus Hill, haberdasher 
William Bernard, silkweaver 
William Marshal, haberdasher 
John Astell, grocer 
John Cant, tayler 
George Sanderson, linnenweaver 
Thomas Green, laborer 
Robertus Clark, bookseller 
Robertus Borill, free laborer 
Georgius Gibson, goldsmith 
Walter Headlam, drugisfl 
Jacobus Edwards, silkweaver 
Georgius Blenkishop, cordwainer 
Thomas Cowper, baker 
Ricardus Ridsdell, linnenweaver 
Johannes Heslington, cordiner 
Chr. Clarke, milner 
Johannes Armisteade, baker 
Georgius Peele, merchant taylor 



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151 



Tho. Robson, merchant taylor 
Willelmus Lawson, tanner 
Chr. Cowper, baker 
Samuell Bamforth, bricklayer 
Rogerus Shepherd, free laborer 
Tsaack Stephenson, silkweaver 
Nathaniell Earby, winecowper 
Ric. Ingle, per redempeionem 
Rob. Malton, per redempcionem 
Isaack Stainthropp, silkweaver 
Chr. Godson, barberchirurgeon 
Willelmus Cornwell, tanner 
Aquila Torton, joyner 
Thomas Carter, cordwainer 
Andrew Kitchingman, fellmonger 
John Daiiey, winecooper 



Thomas Swail, tanner 
Johannes Usher, carpenter 
Jonathan Harrison, tanner 
Willelmus Porter, translator 
Johannes Clark, roper 
Josephus Carr, cutler 
Thomas Esckrick, laborer 
Thomas Rhodes, laborer 
Johannes Stephens, paver 
Thomas Bolton, fellmonger 
Johannes Walker, per redemp. 
Michael Bennington, dyer 
Ricardus Parkinson, bricklayer 
Walter Galloway, appothecarry 
Nathaniel Wood 
Henry Allen, butcher 



PER PATEES 

Jacobus Etty, carpenter, fil. Johannis Etty, idem 

Robertus Johnson, coppersmith, fil. Willelmi Johnson, idem 

Ricardus Todd, cordwayner, fil. Johannis Todd, idem 

Edm. Edwards, baskettmaker, fil. Willelmi Edwards, goldsmith 

Robertus Thomson, currier, fil. Roberti Thomson, idem 

Caroms Wilkinson, joyner, fil. Willelmi Wilkinson, idem 

Thomas Johnson, inholder, fil. Roberti Johnson, whitesmith 

Ricardus Hornsey, translator, fil. Leonardi Hornsey, idem 

Talbott Williamson, baker, fil. Thomae Williamson, idem 

Georgius Thomson, cordwainer, fil. Roberti Thomson, upholster 

Edm. Knowles, saddletreemaker, fil. Edm. Knowles, idem 

Robertus Croftes, barber chirurgeon, fil. Roberti Croftes, idem 

Johannes Collyer, merchant taylor, fil. Bartholomaei Collyer, idem 

Jacobus Peckett, cordwainder, fil. Ricardi Peckett, idem 

Ricardus Yeoman, butcher, fil. Bartholomew Yeoman, idem 

Johannes Thompson, cowper, fil. Thomas Thompson, idem 

Obadiah Bolton, brazier, fil. Thomse Bolton, idem 

John Bolton, barber chirurgeon, fil. James Bolton, cowper 

Thomas Hawkins, baker, fil. Johannis Hawkins, pinner 

Joh. Fleeminge, barber chirurgeon, fil. Johannis Fleeminge, idem 

Jacobus Fleeminge, merchant taylor, fil. Joh. [Fleeming sup. diet.] 

Thomas Browne, grocer, fil. Roberti Browne, idem 

John Rudd, fil. Georgii Rudd, linnenweaver 

Augustine Harrison, baker, fil. Thomae Harrison, idem 

Ricardus Riveley, joyner, fil. Matthaei Riveley, baker 

Willelmus Heblethwaite, cooke, fil. Martin Heblethwaite, idem 

Willelmus Wilkinson, taylor, fil. Willelmi Wilkinson, joyner 

Robertus Skilbecke, cordwayner, fil. Ricardi Skilbecke, idem 

Phillipus Walker, fil. Thomse Walker, baker 

Johannes Lawrance, tanner, fil. Thomae Lawrance, baker 



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THE FREEMEN OF YORK, 1678-9 



Marmaducus Coulton, taylor, fil. Willelmi Coulton, pinner 

Samuel Tottington, carpenter, fil. Ricardi Tottington, translator 

Edwardus Overend, merchant taylor, fil. Willelmi Overend, idem 

Sampson Hollins, feltmaker, fil. Willelmi Hollins, idem 

Johannes Greensides, cordwayner, fil. Matthaei Greensides, weaver 

Henry Savadge, merchant taylor, fil. Willelmi Savadge, milner 

Robertus Gowland, tanner, fil. Roberti Gowland, idem 

Georgius Gowland, tanner, fil. Roberti Gowland, idem 

Henricus Crosby, glazier, fil. Georgii Crosby, idem 

Willelmus Tiplady, linnenweaver, fil. Willelmi Tiplady, weaver 

Willelmus Richardson, baker, fil. Johannis Richardson, idem 

Thomas Wilson, linnenweaver, fil. Thomse Wilson, idem 

Robertus Mitchell, cowper, fil. Roberti Mitchell, idem 

Willelmus Horseley, painter stainer, fil. Benedict Horsley, idem 

Henricus Wilson, taylor, fil. Willelmi Wilson, idem 

Edmund Maud, goldsmith, fil. Johannis Maud, draper 

Thomas Sharpas, chirurgeon, fil. Willelmi Sharpas, blacksmith 

Willelmus Cowpland, fishmonger, fil. Willelmi Cowpland, milloner 

Georgius Picke, blacksmith, fil. Georgii Picke, idem 

Walter Armstronge, brickmaker, fil. Willelmi Armstronge, idem 

Franciscus Hewit, mercer, fil. Ricardi Hewit, mercatoris 

Cressey Alderson, girdler, fil. Ricardi Alderson, cordwainer 

Benjamin Glaves, fil. Samuelis Glaves 

Johannes Spence, butcher, fil. Edwardi Spence, butcher 

Johannes Hardy, chandler, fil. Willelmi Hardy, chandler 

Chr. Lawrence, fil. Thomse Lawrence 

Willelmus Blackburne, fil. Thomas Blackburne, baker 

Joshua Squire, mercer, fil. Timothei Squire, draper 

Johannes Booth, marriner, fil. Thomae Booth, habberdasher 

Johannes Batchley, butcher, fil. Willelmi Batchley, butcher 



31 CAR. II, JOH. CONSTABLE, MAJORE. THO. COOKE, MERCAT., 
WILL. SUTTLE, SAM. JEFFERSON, EDW. DAWSON, GROCERS, 
GEO. DEALTRY, APOTH., JOH. YEOMAN, JOH. WILSON, TANNERS, 
PET. RICHARDSON, MILLONER, CAMERARIIS 



Samuell Howlett, draper 
Tho. Wetherill, articeant skin. 
Thomas Newstead, joyner 
Joh. Watson, merchant taylor 
Tho. Crow, skinner, per redemp. 
Nathan Harrison, musition, 

gratis 

Ricardus Dinis, bookebinder 
Martinus Laycocke, grocer 
Ricardus Beverley, appothecary 
Michael Myers, butcher 
Willelmus Inman, merchant 



Willelmus Ickeringale, carpenter 
Ricardus Hunter, bricklayer 
Johannes Scarlett, merchant 
Matthaeus Insliffe, translator 
Johannes Wheelwright, girdler 
Franciscus Davy, barber 
Jacobus Sainforth, barber 
Leonardus Thompson, bricklayer 
Will. Welburne, merchant taylor 
Georgius Daggitt, sadler 
Timotheus Lund, merch. taylor 
Thomas Robinson, trunckmaker 



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158 



Mathaaus Rogers, free laborer, 

pro vita 

Job. Evans, per redempcionem 
Johannes Boulty, per redemp. 
Cuthbertus Bell, per redemp. 
Johannes Linn, cordwainer 
Johannes Ambler, sadler 
Thomas Scarfe, butcher 
Thomas Maxon, grocer 
Willelmus Richmond, butcher 
Symon Power, barber 
Georgius Clay, instrumentmaker 
Ricardus Gill, bricklayer 
Willelmus Lister, mercer 
Willelmus Addinell, cordwainer 
Edwardus Preston, girdler 
Robertus Cooke, tanner 
Johannes Watson, taylor 
Matthaeus Allenson, merchant 



Willelmus Mossett, winecooper 
Thomas Reynold, bricklayer 
Thomas Thompson, baker 
Thomas Mayson, translator 
Geo. Munday, free lab., pro vita 
Thomas Olliverson, idem 
Willelmus Browne, idem 
Nicholaus Errington, idem 
Robertus Faber, idem 
Jacobus Lawson, idem 
Francus Addamson, cooke 
Timothy Hardisty, merchant 
Willelmus Lister, grocer 
Willelmus Hudson, cordwainer 
Abraham Broxup, merch. taylor 
Thomas Strickland, mercer 
Thomas Milner, merchant taylor 
John Hudd, blacksmith 



PER PATEES 

Will. Day, merchant taylor, fil. Henrici Day, barber chirurgeon 
Willelmus Busfield, goldsmith, fil. Thomas Busfield, pewtherer 
Ric. Mancklins, bookebinder, fil. Will. Mancklins, articeant skinner 
Will. Mancklin, glazier, fil. Willelmi Mancklin, articeant skinner 
Thomas Salmon, tallow chandler, fil. Thomaa Salmon, idem 
Josephus Buttry, marriner, fil. Petri Buttry, idem 
Thomas Oliver, roper, fil. Ralphi Oliver, idem 
Thomas Lenge, blacksmith, fil. Ricardi Lenge 
Edwardus Booth, taylor, fil. Edwardi Booth, carpenter 
Henricus Fainton, bricklayer, fil. Henrici Fainton, tanner 
Thomas Todd, merchant taylor, fil. Johannis Todd, idem 
Jacobus Webster, marriner, fil. Phillipi Webster, cordwainer 
Willelmus Spetch, marriner, fil. Ricardi Spetch, blacksmith 
Johannes Freere, silkweaver, fil. Roger Freer, idem 
Thomas Wrightson, clothworker, fil. Anth. Wrightson, cordwainer 
Robertus Pennington, seaman, fil. Joh. Pennington, bearbruer 
Thomas Mackwrith, lie nen weaver, fil. Hen. Mackwrith, bricklayer 
Thomas Hamond, bookebinder, fil. Thomae Hamond 
Joh. Middleton, trunckmaker, fil. Geo. Middleton, merchant taylor 
Johannes Pocklington, translator, fil. Lyonell Pocklington 
Samuel Nevill, merchant taylor, fil. Thomas Nevill, idem 
Franciscus Burton, translator, fil. Franci Burton, idem 
Johannes Smith, goldsmith, fil. Willelmi Smith, merchant taylor 
Edwardus Binkes, habberdasher, fil. Geo. Binkes, merchant taylor 
Thomas Boulton, coppersmith, fil. Thomaa Boulton, ejusdem 
Johannes Walker, dyer, fil. Thomaa Walker, ejusdem 
Willelmus Craven, glover, fil. Petri Craven, ejusdem 



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THE FREEMEN OF YORK, 1679-80 



Johannes Coultart, taylor, fil. Willelmi Coultart, ejusdem 
Johannes Bawden, hosier, fil. Koberti Rawden, ejusdem 
Andrewus Wearesdale, cooke, fil. Andrei Wearsdale, ejusdem 



32 CAR. II, THO. CARTER, MAJORE. THO. PENROSE, SAM. 
BLACKBEARD, MERCHANTS, THO. THOMPSON, ATTORNEY, THO. 
INMAN, MERCER, FRAN. THOMLINSON, GROCER, JOH. HIRST, 
VINTNER, JAMES BELL, INHOLDER, WILL. WRIGHT, BEER- 
BREWER, CAMERARIIS 



Solomon Snawdon, apothecary 
Ric. Breare, barber chirurgion 
Phillip Bovill, hempdresser 
Matthew Arnison, labourer 
George Much, labourer 
John Bewley, linenweaver 
John Radley, bricke]ayer 
Rob. Ramskell, glazier & plum. 
Tymothy Bradley, gardiner 
Thomas Bellarby 
Thomas Cant, merchant taylor 
Robert Moody, milner 
Henry SendaJl, milloner 
John Todd, whitesmith 
Beniamin Pybus, merchant 
James Jackson, glazier 
John Harrison, chandler 
Christofer Law, carpenter 
Will. Clarke, merchant taylor 
George Wilson, baker 
John Witty, inholder 
Will. Teasdall, free lab., pro vita 
Anth. Scafe, free lab., pro vita 
John Taylor, sugar baker 



Mat. Enneton, free lab., pro vita 
Edward Baldcocke 
Rhoades Haynes, chirurgeon 
Richard Johnson, whitesmith 
Robert Stones 
James Law, merchant 
Edward Cooke, baker 
William Widdowes, mercer 
Marke Walden, cooper 
Thomas Metcalfe, butcher 
Jeremiah Win, merchant taylor 
Robert Hall 
Matthew Jowland 
Hen. Lambert, free lab., pro vita 
Joseph Williamson, idem 
Thomas Coxon, idem 
Richard Pullaine, idem 
Christofer Legard, merchant 
Tymothy Mortimer, sadler 
John Smyth, joyner 
Francis Hyldyard, bookseller 
Thomas Cruttenden, clockmaker 
Arthur Robinson, merchant 



PEE, PATEES 

Thomas Moysey, merchant taylor, fil. John Mosey, idem 

Johannes Beeforth, watchmaker, fil. Geo. Beeforth, merchant taylor 

George Waite, cooke, fil. George Waite, baker 

Malleca Otley, carpenter, fil. Michaell Otley, lynenweaver 

Thomas Kirke, joyner, fil. Thomas Kirke, idem 

John Place, merchant, fil. John Place, merchant 

Nicholaus Robinson, bricklayer, fil. Edwardi Robinson, inholder 

Henry Day, fishmonger, fil. Henry Day, barber chirurgeon 

Charles Hall, painter stayner, fil. Willelmi Hall, spurrier 

John Lodge, sadler, fil. John Lodge, idem 

James Cawton, upholster, fil. James Cawton, marriner 

John Rasin, carpinter, fil. Matthew Rasin, idem 



THE FREEMEN OF YORK, 1680-1 



155 



John Day, mercer, fil. Thomas Day, artisen skinner 

Tho. Beckwith, merchant taylor, fil. Will. Beckwith, lynenweaver 

Thomas Maxwell, painter stayner, fil. Thomas Maxwell, bricklayer 

John Scalinge, cordwayner, fil. Charles Scalinge, grocer 

Oswould Picke, musition, fil. George Picke, blacksmyth 

George Kigden, merchant, fil. George Rigden, inholder 

James Thwinge, merchant taylor, fil. Edwardi Thwing, barker 

Christofer Hutton, haberdasher, fil. Abram Hutton, glover 

Henry Moore, marriner, fil. John Moore, marriner 

Thomas Boulton, felmonger, fil. Richard Boulton, idem 

Marke Gill, goldsmith, fil. John Gill, glover 

Beniamin Lazenby, merch. taylor, fil. Johannis Lazenby, pinner 

Thomas Raper, merchant, fil. Thomas Raper, idem 

Christofer Greene, translator, fil. Willelmi Greene, whitesmyth 

Francis Buckle, fil. Francis Buckle, tanner 

Thomas Fothergill, dyer, fil. Thomas Fothergill, dyer 

Thomas Buttry, translator, fil. John Buttry, milner 

Johannes Jackson, marriner, fil. Willelmi Jackson, fishmonger 



33 CAR. II, JOHN WOOD, MAJORE. SAM. COLLINSON, ROB. CALVERT, 
ATTORNEYS, WALSINGHAM COOKE, GENT., JOH. THORPE, 
FRAN. MOORWOOD, GROCERS, CHRIS. HUTTON, HABERDASH., 
WILL. LUND, BAK., ROB. DOWNES, LOCKSMITH, CAMERARIIS 



Enocke Linsley, grocer 
John Burton, tanner 
Will. Thompson, lynenweaver 
Thomas Todd, wynecowper 
Robert Sherwin, translator 
Johannes Winnard, grocer 
Thomas Trevis, merchant taylor 
William Holt, mercer 
John Solby, inholder 
Joshua Awmond, grocer 
Reinold Walbancke, cutler 
Phillip Fowler, carpenter 
John Harrison, bricklayer 
Christofer Welburne, bookeseller 
Thomas Williamson, merchant 

taylor 

Richard Webster, cordwayner 
Peter Dawson, gentleman 
Tho. Waller, free lab., pro vita 
Thomas Ducke, haberdasher 
Myles Scarr, milner 
William Sharpe, grocer 
Thomas Wilbore, chandler 
Robert Key, coppersmith 



John Denton, merchant 
Jacob Marshall, girdler 
Samuell Camplishon, tanner 
John Preston, tanner 
Samuel Champley, whelewright 
Michaell Dockley, wynecowper 
Robert Browne, tallow chandler 
Edw. Walker, free lab., pro vita 
James Trewman, mercer 
John Stainton 
John Baxter, felmonger 
John Banckes, barber chirurgeon 
Richard Laycocke, merchant 
Stephen Williams, grocer 
William Knowles, milner 
George Simpson, carpenter 
James Warwicke, butcher 
Richard Gibson, milner 
George Alderson, carpenter 
Samuel Bentley, carpenter 
Theophilus Aldred, carpenter 
Richard Gibson, dyer 
Laurence Thomlinson, grocer 
John Robson, marriner 



156 THE FREEMEN OF YORK, 1681 



Kobert Taylor, joyner 
Roger South, goldsmyth 
Robert Heaton, lab., pro vita 
Richard Peirson, merchant 
Thomas Harrison, glover 



John Hall, tobacco cutter 
John Widhouse, lab., pro vita 
Clement Stephenson, apothecary 
George Inglish, translator 
Henry Braby, mercer 



PER PATRES 

Robertus Jackson, sadler, fil. Roberti Jackson, sadler 

Edwardus Elwicke, merchant taylor, fil. Rogeri Elwicke, draper 

Samuel Rusham, marriner, fil. Samuel Rusham, blacksmith 

William Hart, merchant, fil. William Hart, merchant 

Charles Wood, merchant, fil. John Wood, Ld. Mayor 

James Beeforth, merchant, fil. George Beef or th, idem 

Matthseus Howgrave, translator, fil. Raph Howgrave, gardiner 

Ricardus Fleminge, rope maker, fil. Ricardi Fleminge, idem 

Thomas Barstow, mercer, fil. Michael Barstow, idem 

Thomas Smyth, joyner, fil. Willelmi Smyth, baker 

John Skinner, tanner, fil. Roberti Skinner, idem 

Ricardus Ewinges, feltmaker, fil. Ricardi Ewinges, idem 

Johannes Maxwell, cordwayner, fil. Thomae Maxwell, bricklayer 

James Dunch, barber, fil. Robert Dunch, porter 

John Hudson, baker, fil. Robert [Hudson], whitesmyth 

John Foster, silkeweaver, fil. Johannis Foster, swordcutler 

Henry Duckworth, merchant, fil. Francisci Duckworth, idem 

James Howgell, fil. Thomas Howgell, grocer 

Thomas Weddell, hempdresser, fil. Roberti Weddell, draper 

Georgius Hickson, fil. Thomae Hickson, joyner & carpenter 

Christofer Gale, inholder, fil. Matthaei Gale, skinner 

Willelmus Blansheard, draper, fil. Willelmi Blansheard, gent. 

John Serieson, currier, fil. John Serieson, clothworker 

Willelmus Lupton, clockmaker, fil. Willelmi Lupton, clockmaker 

George Fairburne, ropemaker, fil. Willelmi Fairburne, taylor 

Marmaduke Colton, baker, fil. Francisci Colton, idem 

Willelmus Richardson, armorer, fil. Thomae Richardson, idem 

Johannes Pattricke, lynenweaver, fil. Johannis Pattricke, idem 

James Rossendale, fil. Phillip Rossendale, marriner 

Abell Seymor, girdler, fil. Abell Seymor, idem 

Richard Walker, butcher, fil. Willelmi Walker, idem 

Matthaeus Mackepeace, cowper, fil. Willelmi Mackpeace, idem 

James Smeeton, baker, fil. John Smeeton, idem 

Ricardus Wood, merchant, fil. Johannis Wood, Ld. Mayor & merch. 

Charles Goldsbrough, goldsmyth, fil. Joh. Goldsbrough, vintner 

Arthur Mangye, goldsmyth, fil. Henrici Mangye, idem 

Johannes Williamson, cooke, fil. Roberti Williamson, whitesmyth 



THE FREEMEN OF YORK, 1682 



157 



34 CAR. II, EDW. THOMPSON, MAJORE. PET. DAWSON, GENT., 
THO. MANGYE, GOLDSMITH, THO. FOTHERGILL, DYER, THO. 
HIRST, MERCH. TAIL., JEREMY WELFFITT, HABERDASH., 
WILL. WALKER, CLOTHWORKER, ROB. TYERMAN, TALLOW 
CHAND., WILL. BRIGGS, CARPENTER, CAMERARIIS 



Jeremiah Goodyear, barber chi- 

rurgeon 
Christopher Deutrice, merch. 

taylor 

Robert Render, carpenter 
Lancelett Denkin, carpenter 
Christopher Hutchinson, comb- 
maker 

Christopher Richardson, hosier 
Thomas Watson, coachmaker 
Tymothy Wade, cordwajner 
Robert Cowpland, pinner 
John Hemsley, brickelayer 
William Anton, brickelayer 
Matthew Thompson, vintiner 
Watkinson Wolfe, chandler 
Charles Smythson, barber chi- 

rurgeon 
Abell Woodhouse, merchant 

taylor 

John Flint, butcher 
Edward Hall, butcher 
William Buckle, carpenter 
John Jackson, carpenter 
Richard Whitby. cordwayner 



Richard Broadbelt, sadler 
Robert Smith, inholder 
Leonard Baynes, upholster 
(appr. to Mr. Robert Rhoades, 
upholster, erased) 
Edward Watson, carpenter 
Matthew Tennant, felmonger 
John Duninge, merchant taylor 
Anthony Sharpe, cordwayner 
Anthony Appleby, joyner 
Thomas Gill, per redemption 
Thomas Crossby, butcher 
John Lazenby, cordwayner 
Tymothy Lakin, tanner 
John Clarke, milner 
John Welffitt, haberdasher 
Robert Jackson, merchant taylor 
Matthew Buckle, cordwayner 
John Burnett, merchant taylor 
Thomas Ingland, cowper 
William Lund, cordwa}ner 
Math. Browne, merchant taylor 
Matthew Coxon, per redemp. 
William Holdsworth, confec- 
tioner 



PEE, PATEES 

Willelmus Freeman, bookbinder, fil. Willelmi Freeman, scrivener 

Johannes Beaverley, tanner, fil. Johannis Beaverley, tanner 

James Browne, milner, fil. James Browne, milner 

John Simpson, cowper, fil. Anthony Simpson, tanner 

Charles Smeeton, bookbinder, fil. Joh. Beckeford (sic), bookebinder 

Henry Pearson, butcher, fil. (blank) 

Will. Burkehead, merch. taylor, fil. Will. Burkehead, merch. taylor 

Tristram Dawson, cowper, fil. Tristram Dawson, cowper 

Phillip Thomlinson, draper, fil. Thomae Thomlinson, draper 

Henry Heild, bricklayer, fil. Henry Heild, bricklayer 

Robertus Holtby, bricklayer, fil. Lawrance Holtby, bricklayer 

Stephanus Hutchinson, mariner, fil. Roberti Hutchinson, mercer 

James Waller, gentleman, fil. John Waller, girdler 

Joseph Lee, glaisier, fil. Matthew Lee, merchant taylor 

Richard Dinnis, butcher, fil. Richard Dinnis, butcher 



158 



THE FREEMEN OF YORK, 1682-3 



George Fothergill, mercer, fil. Thomas Fothergill, dyer 
Henry Scott, merchant, fil. Joseph Scott, merchant 
Emanuell Nightingale, grocer, fil. Edwardi Nightingale, grocer 
Robert Holsworth, fil. Robert Holsworth, barber 
Thomas Hutchinson, fil. John Hutchinson, mercer 
Miles Deane, barber chyrurgeon, fil. Myles Deane, ibidem 
John Waills, fil. John Waills, merchant taylor 
Richard Ward, fil. George Ward, clothworker 



35 CHAS. II, ROB. WALLER, MAJORE. CHAR. WOOD, ARTH. 
ROBISON, MERCHANTS, LEON. WILSON, ATTORN., ROB. 
GATHORNE, GROC., THO. BRADLY, DRAP., JAS. PICKERINGE, 
DYER, SAM. SMYTH, BELFOUNDER, RIC. SANDYMAN, PANYER- 
MAN, CAMERARIIS 



William Armesteade, glasier 
Henry Lazenby, cordwayner 
Thomas Barber, per redemption 
Chris. Potter, free labourer 
Nathaniell Lowther, per redemp. 
John Anton, bricklayer 
John Stell, barber chirurgeon 
Rob. Duffield, linnenweavour 
Francis Homer, butcher 
Francis Lassels, mercer 
Charles Ward, linnenweavour 
Joseph Orton, mercer 
John Whiteheade, habadasher 
Charles Charnocke, glasier 
Gilbert Drake, mercer 
Roger Ward, apothecary 
William Pirret, inholder 
Thomas Wilson, merchant taylor 
John Robison, barber chirurgeon 
George Osterneld, per redemp. 
Richard Whitelocke, inholder 
Robert Bradley, girdler 
John Rycroft, per redemption 
Benjamin Wilson, cordwainer 



John Hall, mercer 
Joseph Holt, labourer, per red. 
Martin Spavein, upholster 
William Rodwell, pewterer 
Thomas Pinckney, silkweaver 
Charls Poolter, cooper 
Benjamyn Tennant, chandler 
Marmaduke Musgrave, joyner 
Robert Johnson, silkweavour 
John Dickinson, cordwainer 
Tho. Lambert, admitted a free 

labourer 

Charles Bywater, attorney 
Seth Keirby, waterman 
John Hall, translater 
John Popleton, merchant taylor 
Emanuel Thearsby, blacksmith 
Nath. Wilson, merch. adventurer 
William Cocken, joyner 
Abraham Crowther, free lab. 
Robert Sisson, fishmonger 
George Stubley, by redemption 
John Evens, free labourer 



PER PATRES 

Philip Wilberfosse, sadler, fil. Thomas Wilberfosse 
Thomas Walker, fil. Ralph Walker 
James Cooke, fil. James Cooke, whitsmith 
William Tuke, smith, fil. William Tuke, smith 
John Cattell, fil. John Cattell, baker 
Matthew Marrieot, fil. Fredericke Marryot 
William Hardy, fil. William Hardy 



THE FEEEMEN OF YORK, 1683-4 



159 



Eevel Vessey, fil. Michaell Vessey 

John Greenup, barber chirurgeon, fil. Bic. Greenup, ibidem 

Jacob Bousby, fil. John Bousby, watchmaker 

John Braithwaite, fil. John Braithwaite, blacksmith 

John Baper, merchant 

William Kirke, fil. Thomas Kirke, carpenter 

William Foxton, fil. Bryan Foxton, labourer 

Thomas Williamson, fil. Thomas Williamson, baker 

Samuel Coulton, merchant, fil. John Coulton, milloner 

John Mitchell, sonne of William Mitchell, baker 

William Smeeton, fil. William Smeeton, tanner 

William Barnard, fil. William Barnard 

James Plumer, merchant, fil. Joh. Plumer, merchant 

John Ward, fil. Matthew Ward, cordiner 

Michael Wilson, baker, fil. of Michael Wilson, ibidem 

George Gowland, fil. George Gowland, dec., arteson skiner 

36 CHAS. II, JOH. THOMSON, MAJORS. NATH. WILSON, MEECAT., 
JAC. WALLEE, ATTOENEY, WILL. METCALFE, GEO. FOTHEE- 
GILL, MEECEES, THO. STOCKTON, PANAEIO, JOH. SMITH, 
DYEE, FEAN. NICHOLSON, TAPITEE, JOH. MOOEE, MAEEINEE, 
CAMEEAEIIS 



Sir John Beresby, barronettus, 

per redemp. 

Boger Wynn, haberdasher 
Stephen Blyth, grocer 
Tobias Jenkins, esq., per redemp. 
James Moyser, esq., per redemp. 
Francis Mexon, tanner 
George Barber, linnenweavour 
John Gray, cooper 
Marmaduke Palister, whitesmith 
Thomas Midleton, shoemaker 
James Atkinson, merchant taylor 
John Purdon, milner 
James Midlebrooke,merch. taylor 
James Inman, mercer 
John Hodgson, milner 
John Pullayne, butcher 
Christopher Bynke, currier 
Henry Leakland, grocer 
William Oliver, vintner 
Bobert Benson, baker 
Marmaduke Danby, comemaker 
Bobert Chambers, inholder 
John Cowling, cordwainer 
George Bichardson, silkweavour 
William Hccld, cordwainer 



John Auman, carpenter 
George Dinmore, blacksmith 
John Wilkinson, cordwainer 
Thomas Millner, whitsmith 
George Lazenby, bricklayer 
The Honble. Bichard, Earle of 

Burlington & Corke, recorder 

of this City, per redemption 
Jonathan Driden, chaplaine to 

the Earle of Burlington, per 

redemption 

Captain George Buttler, the like 
Charles Bull, esq., the like 
Mr. Chris. Croft, the like 
Bobert Mould, wyne cooper 
John Lockwood, wyne cooper 
John Mortimer, glaizer 
William Trewman, brascaster 
Thomas Agar, draper 
Tho. Simpson, admitted free lab. 
William Servant, the like 
Boger Thomson, marriner 
Leonard Wray, butcher 
Bichard Tyndall, sadler 
Will. Austin, merchant taylor 



160 THE FREEMEN OF YORK, 1684 



PER PATRES 

Joseph Greenup, fil. John Greenup, merchant tayler 

Richard Hardy, fil. Robert Hardy, carpenter 

Stephen Chester, fil. Joseph Chester, baker 

William Prince, fil. William Prince, goldsmith 

Thomas Buckle, fil. Marmaduke Buckle, felmonger 

Richard Pickard, fil. Richard Pickard, merchant 

Thomas Fox, cooper, fil. Thomas Fox 

Lewis Wood, barber, fil. John Wood, vintner 

John Foster, fil. Valentine Foster, hempdresser 

Samuel Hardy, fil. Thomas Hardy, baker 

Tobias Wickham, fil. Henry Wickham, Docter in Divinity 

Leonard Hudson, fil. William Hudson, cooper 

William Walker, fil. William Walker, tanner 

John Green, fil. John Green, cordwainer 

William Bradley, fil. Richard Bradley, cuttler 

Thomas Green, fil. William Green, whitsmith 

John Beeforth, fil. John Beeforth, whitsmith 

Edward Wright, fil. Thomas Wright, pypemaker 

Richard Williamson, fil. James Williamson, pewterer 

Christopher Barwick, fil. William Barwicke, butcher 

Christopher Smith, fil. Thomas Smith, mercer 

Michaell Hall, fil. Michaell Hall, mercer 

Richard Midleton, fil. George Midleton, merchant taylor 

Conyers Belwood, fil. William Belwood 

Charles Tebb, taylor, fil. Thomas Tebb 

John Hawckins, fil. John Hauckins 

Henry Duglas, fil. Thomas Duglas, labourer 

Christopher Gibson, fil. Robert Gibson, tanner 

Christopher Dobison, fil. William Dobison, weavour 

William Smith, fil. William Smith, baker 

Charles Waterhouse, fil. Charles Waterhouse, joyner 

John Tiping, fil. William Tiping, skiner 

James Lawrance, fil. Thomas Lawrance, baker 

Robert Halladay, fil. William Halladay 

Thomas England, fil. Francis England, haberdasher 

Benjamin Lee, fil. Matthew Lee, merchant taylor 

Christopher Coulton, fil. Robert Coulton, pewterer 

Robert Coulton, fil. Robert Coulton, pewterer 

Robert Stabley, fil. Nicholas Stabley, pewterer 

William Wilson, fil. William Wilson, trunckmaker 

William Wilkinson, fil. John Wilkinson, waterman 

Thomas Blith, fil. Nathan Blyth, cordwainer 

Ralph Howgrave, fil. Ralph Howgrave, gardiner 

Richard Curdeux, fil. William Curdeux, draper 

Richard Pickard, fil. William Pickard, cordwainer 

Nathaniel Bucke, fil. William Bucke, joyner 

John Walker, fil. Walter Walker, felmonger 



THE FEEEMEN OF YORK, 1684-5 



161 



Michael Colburne, fil. Lawrance Colburne, hattmaker 

John Chapman, fil. George Chapman, butcher 

Oswell Buckle, fil. John Buckle, whitsmith 

John Lund, fil. Christopher Lund 

Tobias Matthews, fil. Thomas Matthews, tanner 

John Beane, fil. John Beane, cordwainer 

Thomas Matthew, fil. Thomas Matthews, tanner 

Eichard Hotham, fil. Matthew Hotham, draper 

Jonathan Cade, fil. William Cade, labourer 

John Hamond, whitsmith, fil. James Hamond 

Josuah Scott, linnenweavour, fil. William Scott 

John Tessimond, merchant taylor, fil. James Tessimond 

Thomas Harland, fil. Anthony Harland, cordwainer 



JAG. II, LEON. WILBEEFOSSE, MAJOEE. WILL. INMAN, 
MEECAT., JOSHUA SQUIEE, THO. BAESTOW, MEECEES, TYM. 
WILKINSON, DEAP., PETUELL FISH, GEOC., CLEM. STEPHEN- 
SON, APOTH., CAE. REDMAN, ALL TEADES (sic), JOH. HASLE, 
MILLONEE, CAMEEAEIIS 



Robert Eudsdale, inholder 
Thomas Walter, joyner 
John Close, butcher 
John Foster, merchant taylor 
Samuell Smith, grocer 
Tho. Lee, admitted a free labr. 
Will. Hodd, vintner, per redemp. 
John Slegg, mercer 
George Ambler, baker 
John Barton, barber 
John Clayton, barber 
Anthony Ickeringale, carpenter 
Richard Smowton, baker 
Henry Brogdin, cordwayner 
Tho. Etherington, watchmaker 
John Richardson, junior, baker 
John Gibbons, admitted a free 

laborer 

Christopher Watkin, taylor 
John Fisher, inholder 
John Alderson, apothecary 
William Raper, merchant 
John Louson, fishmonger 
John Towes, tanner 



Samuell Alderson, carpenter 
Myles Handley, carpenter 
John White, printer 
Thomas Richardson 
George Telford, per redemption 
Thomas Gibson, per redemption 
Trustram Hood, blacksmith 
Chris. Attkinson, per redemp. 
Sam. Carpenter, carver, per red. 
William Taylor, per redemption 
Peter Hood, pinner 
William Stow, inholder 
Thomas Blansdshard, millner 
William Buttery, glover 
Francis Trewis, free labourer 
Dan jell Corkroger, free labourer 
Thomas Wade, free labourer 
Andrew Singleton, beerbrewer 
John Preston, cordwayner 
Samuell Conningsby, cordwayner 
Henry Hyndle, blacksmith 
Edward Jackson, joyner 
Hugh Peacock, grocer 
Thomas Belasyse, merchant 



PER PATRES 

George Harforth, butcher, fil. Georgii Harforth, ibidem 
Henricus Lunn, taylor, fil. Samueli Lunn, cordwayner 
Johannes Smalwood, jr., tanner, fil. Georgii Smalwood, draper 

VOL. II. M 



162 THE FREEMEN OF YORK, 1685-6 

John Smalwood, sr., draper, fil. Georgii Small wood, draper 

Johannes Williamson, translayter, fil. Thorn Williamson, weaver 

Johannes Williamson, baker, fil. Johannis Williamson, baker 

John Carlyle, tanner, fil. John Carlyle, malster 

Michael Yeoman, marriner, fil. Marmaduke Yeoman 

John Deighton, tanner, fil. Eoberti Deigliton, tanner 

Michael Lund, marriner, fil. Anthonii Lund, bricklayer 

John Howgill, marriner, fil. Thomas Howgill, grocer 

Thomas Gowland, chandler, fil. Georgii Gowland, skinner 

Katherine Conyers, fil. Christopher Conyers, inholder 

Samuel Smith, fishmonger, fil. Phillip Smith, ibidem 

Edward Hall, barber, fil. Robert Hall, cordwayner 

Luke Dinnis, tanner, fil. Willelmi Dinnis, tanner 

Will. Hunter, clothworker, fil. Willelmi Hunter, ibidem 

James Hornsey, translater, fil. Leonardi Hornsey, ibidem 

Edwardus Burton, silkweaver, fil. Georgii Burton, pewtherer 

John Matthews, marriner, fil. Roberti Matthews, saddler 

Richard Rogers, barber, fil. Willelmi Rogers 

John Darke, taylor, fil. Robert Darke, cooke 

Edmond Stead, clothier, fil. Thomas Stead, clothier 

Daniell Hog, sadler, fil. Widow Hog 

Thomas Cundall, barber, fil. Thomas Cundall, hosier 

Sarrah Standforth, fil. Mr. Standforth, inholder 

Leonard Elliott, joyner, fil. John Elliott, inholder 

Marmaduke Oliver, bricklayer, fil. Ralph Oliver, labourer 

Johannes Omfrey, baker, fil. Johannis Omfrey, baker 

Thomas Mason, fil. Edwardi Mason, apothecary 

Robertus Straker, merchant taylor, fil. Roberti Straker, tanner 

Margaretta Hotham, spr., fil. Matthsei Hotham, draper 

2 JAC. II, THO. MOSELEY, MAJORE. JOH. DAY, MERC., THO. 
AGAR, DRAP., JOH. BAINES, GROG., JOH. WELBURNE, APOTH., 
MARK GILL, GOLDSMITH, GEO. MASHROTHER, CUTLER, ROB. 
CLARKE, STATIONER, THO. TAYLOR, INHOLDER, CAMERARIIS 



Willelmus Bancks, whitesmith 
Robertus Smith, joyner 
Jacobus Jolliffe, mercer 
Franciscus Conyers, merchant 
Johannes Burrell, free labourer 
Will. Shippard, merchant taylor 
Robertus Webster, per redemp. 
Willelmus Burton, per redemp. 
Johannes Hicke, merchant 
Jacobus Collins, draper 
Will. Whitehead, gentleman 
Ricardus Yeats, draper 
Laurencia Thwing, barber 
Matthew Pearson, grocer 



Edwardus Bateman, inholder 
Georgius Atkinson, merchant 
Thomas Hesle, baker 
Joh. Browne, barber chirorgeon 
Marcus Mitchell, chandler 
Fran. Ingram, free laborer 
Joh. Wormbwell, free laborer 
Chr. James, free labourer 
Ricardus Crosedale, whitesmith 
Gilbertus Allanson, merch., per 

redemp. 

Suzanna Smith, simptresse 
Michael Warton, per redemption 
Tho. Mace, gent., per redemption 



THE FREEMEN OF YORK, 1686 



163 



Carol. Barfeild, homer, per red. 
Katherina Jackson, simptresse 
Job. Whites, per redemption 
Johannes Watson, bearebrewer 
Job. Gowland, barber chirorgeon 
Jonathanus Mortimer, sadler 
Johannes Hood, blacksmith 
Willelmus Jinings, carpenter 
Chr. Buckle, whitesmith 
Job. Taite, millner, per redemp. 
Johannes Slator, free labourer 
Maria Chubb, simpstresse 
Will. Paley, freeman, per redemp. 
William White, seargmaker 
Johannes Moore, blacke (sic) 
Nicholas Wyle, free labourer 
Chr. Jaques, blacksmith 
Leon. Hall, merchant taylor 



Ricardus Towne, mercer 
Jacobus Preistman, per redemp. 
Thomas Chamber, merchant 
Job. Watson, merchant taylor 
Isaac Sugden,merch., per redemp. 
Willelmus Snawdon, miller 
Johannes Atkinson, translator 
Eobertus Turnbull, butcher 
Job. Brocklebanck, free labourer 
Johannes Elsworth, per redemp. 
Thomas Mayson, per redemp. 
Johannes Robinson 
Thomas Parkinson, free labourer 
Chr. Awmond, bricklayer 
Thomas Laycocke, appothecary 
Franciscus Newarke, grocer 
Willelmus Smyth, chimist 
Robert Robson 



PER PATEES 

Carolus Geldart, joyner, fil. Willelmi Geldart 

Petrus Wilson, fil. Humfridi Wilson, translator 

Georgius Dalton, carpenter, fil. Matthaei Dalton, carpenter 

Johannes Aire, baker, fil. Johannis Aire, vintner 

Ricardus Walker, dier, fil. Thomas Walker, dier 

Willelmus Lazenby, fil. Thomae Lazenby 

Edwardus Hodson, fil. Edwardi Hodson, cordwainer 

Georgius Chapman, fil. Georgii Chapman, butcher 

Margaretta Hotham, simpstresse, fil. Matthaei Hotham, draper 

Francisca Procter, filia Johannis Procter, clerici 

Willelmus Fox, pynner, fil. Thomae Fox, tanner 

Thomas Moore, fil. Ricardi Moore, marriner 

Johannes Wilks, barber, fil. Mathasi Wilks, bricklayer 

Thomas Nevill, merch. taylor, fil. Thomae Nevill, merch. taylor 

Thomas Bew, merchant taylor, fil. Thomae Bew, cordwainer 

Willelmus Cawton, marriner, fil. Georgii Cawton, marriner 

Josias Hillary, merchant, fil. Roberti Hillary, merchant 

Johannes Senior, painter, fil. Ricardi Senior, vintner 

Johannes Hayes, merchant taylor, fil. Johannis Hayes, translator 

Christopherus Jackson, wynecooper, fil. Georgii Jackson, mercer 

Emanuel Justice, merchant, fil. Ricardi Justice 

Robertus Smith, fil. Roberti Smith 

Samuel Todd, watchmaker, fil. Samuelis Todd, milloner 

Thomas Wightman, fil. Thomae Wightman, miller 

Willelmus Mountaine, fil. Philippi Mountaine, tannor 

Johannes Fowler, baker, fil. Jacobi Fowler, baker 

Edwardus Peacock, fil. Edwardi Peacock 

Samuel Day, fil. Jacobi Day 

Jacobus Richardson, fil. Jacobi Richardson 



164 



THE FEEEMEN OF YORK, 1687 



3 JAG. II, THO. EAYNES, MAJOEE. JOSHUA HILLAEY, MEECH., 
SOL. SNAWDON, APOTH., EOG. WYNN, HABEEDASH., WALT. 
BAYNES, BEEEBEEWEE, WILL. EEDMAN, PIN NEE, JOH. 
BAXTEE, SKINNEE, BAETH. GELDAET, -COOKE, JOH. BYWATEE, 
CAPMAKEE, CAMEEAEIIS > 



Willelmus Allon, pewtherer 
Thomas Inman, vintner 
Ricardus Newby, bricklayer 
Lawrencius Slator, felmonger 
Samuel Buxton, mercer 
Tho. Walkirigton, free labourer 
Will. Rookeinge, free labourer 
Georgius Pickard, cordwainer 
Leonardus Smith, free mason 
Willelmus Anderson, translator 
Will. Dunn, barber chirurgeon 
Bartholomew Scott, per redemp. 
Alexander Frisles, free labourer 
Thomas Lee, per redemption 
Rogerus Sowry, grocer 
Matthaeus Baker, glover 
Jacobus Hoult, milner ' 



Josephus Abbey, joyner 
Georgius Atkinson, currier 
Ricardus Haire, painter stainer 
Jos. Thomlinson, appothecary 
Tho. Rookeby, ar. per redemp. 
Johannes Roemans, per redemp. 
Ricardus E aland, per redemp. 
Johannes Burton, coppersmith 
Ricardus Rayner, malster 
Carolus Mace, clericus, per red. 
Joh. Bradley, clericus, per red. 
Willelmus Raynes, per redemp. 
Thomas Hardin, per redemption 
Thomas Ward, merchant 
Willelmus Casse, joyner 
Samuel Evans, per redemption 
Ricardus Buckton, bricklayer 



PEE PATBES 

Thomas Hufcchinson, fil. Thomae Hutchinson 

Georgius Dodgson, fil. Willelmi Dodgson 

Johannes Peckett, merchant, fil. Johannis Peckett, merchant 

Franciscus Hart, fil. Willelmi Hart, merchant 

Josephus Bawtry, upholster, fil. Barnardi Bawtry, cloth worker 

Thomas Walker, fil. Thomse Walker, dyer 

Johannes Dynnis, cordwainer, fil. Ricardi Dynnis 

Johannes Taylor, fil. Thomse Taylor, tanner 

Abr. Smith, linningweaver, fil Michael Smith 

Abr. Hogg, cordwainer, fil. Johannis Hogg 

Willelmus Clarke, stationer, fil. Willelmi Clarke 

Thomas Burton, spooner, fil. Willelmi Burton 

Georgius Halley, clericus, fil. Andreae Halley, cordwainer 

Jacobus Boulton, cowper, fil. Jacobi Boulton, cowper 

Jacobus Shippard, fil. Christopheri Shippard, butcher 

Edmundus Walls, painter stainer, fil. Matthaei Walls, currier 

Georgius Walls, fil. Matthaei Walls, currier 

Carolus Kiplinge, bricklayer, fil. Jacobi Kiplinge, bricklayer 

Willelmus Tesh, cowper, fil. Radulphi Tesh, sledman 

Robertus Nicholson, weaver, fil. Johannis Nicholson, weaver 

1 From the Feast of St. Maurice to November 10 following. 



THE FEEEMEN OF YORK, 1687-8 



165 



3 JAC. II, ROB. WALLER, MAJORS.' 



Eobertus Allon, cordwainer 
Chr. Earby, winecooper 
Joh. Baynes, ar. per redemp. 
Johannes Ellerker, carpenter 
Gilbertus Metcalfe, merchant 
Willelmus Dibney, per redemp. 
Alexander Harrison, per redemp. 



Kobertus Stainton, cordwainer 
Chr. Airy, per redemption 
Willelmus Wood, free labourer 
Robertus Jackson, per redemp. 
Luke Robson, per redemption 
Thomas Mascall, per redemption 
Hen. Goodricke, bart., per red. 



PER PATRES 

Hon. Peregrinus Osburne, ar., Viscount Dunblaine, fil. Praehon. 

Tho. Comit. Danby 

Johannes Roome, chandler, fil. Johannis Roome, chandler 
Marcus Dawson, cowper, fil. Tristrami Dawson, cowper 
Johannes Cowlam, carpenter, fil. Willelmi Cowlam, carpenter 
Timotheus Plomer, goldsmith, fil. Johannis Plomer, goldsmith 
Willelmus Makin, fil. Willelmi Makin, taylor 
Jonathan Harland, fil. Matthias Harland 



JAC. II, JOH. FOSTER, MAJORS. CHRIS. LEDGARD, MERCH., 
CAR. BYWATER, ATTOR., THO. WARD, VINTNER, MART. HOTHAM, 
MILLINER, ROB. JUBB, CLOTHWORKER, BENED. HORSLEY, 
PAINT. STAIN., NICH. FISHER, TANNER, THO. COATES, BUTCHER, 
CAMERARIIS 



Matthaeus Garbutt, milner 
Will. Harrison, free labourer 
Willelmus Murfitt, per redemp. 
Johannes Midlebrooke, inholder 
Georgius Benson, felmonger 
Thomas Prockter, apothecary 
Willelmus Andrew, bricklayer 
Johannes Briggs, joyner 
Jacobus Witton, felmonger 
Ricardus Cane, sadler 
Henricus Garbutt, whitesmith 
Willelmus Gilpin, baker 
Joshua Pitts, free labourer 
Matthaeus Mordant, per redemp. 
Willelmus Bancks, chandler 
Willelmus Rooth, glover 



Johannes Allinson, free labourer 
Johannes Dixon, per redemp. 
Robertus Bywater, bricklayer 
Johannes Dawson, taylor 
Henricus Baynes, merchant 
Dowell Pollard, armourer 
Johannes Musgrave, cutler 
Joh. Ingleby, lyninge weaver 
Petrus Haiton, translator 
Joh. English, merchant taylor 
Johannes Bradley, per redemp. 
Henricus Wilkinson, per redemp. 
Jacobus Grime, cutler 
Johannes Browne, translator 
Johannes Owram, cooke 
Chr. Ransome, merchant taylor 



From November 10, 1687, to the feast of St. Maurice next following. 



166 THE FKEEMEN OF YORK, 1688 



Job. Waud, merchant taylor 
Carolus Singleton, merch. taylor 
Edw. Chapman, lynninge weaver 
Willelmus Kitchingman, butcher 
Willelmus Morris, free labourer 
Thomas Lane, free labourer 
Kobertus Perrett, per redemp. 



Henricus Topham, per redemp. 
Thomas Healey, merchant 
Robertus Rousby, merchant 
Thomas Marston, free labourer 
Jacobus Sympson, per redemp. 
Thomas Relfe, inholder 
Johannes Gary, per redemp. 



Tho. Hawthropp, free labourer 

PEE PATKES 

Thomas Pockley, fil. Thomae Pockley, merchant taylor 

Thomas Hardy, fil. Willelmi Hardy, chandler 

Gamaliel Preston, fil. Edwardi Preston, girdler 

Robertus Anderson, fil. Johannis Anderson 

Willelmus Cooke, fil. Willelmi Cooke, translaytor 

Willelmus Addinall, fil. Roberti Addinall, painter stainer 

Ricardus Thorpe, fil. Ricardi Thorpe 

Samuel Billingham, fil. Johannis Billingham, mercer 

Georgius Thomson, fil. Roberti Thomson 

Henricus Richardson, capmaker, fil. Willelmi Richardson 

Robertus Jackson, joyner, fil. Georgii Jackson, carpenter 

Thomas Hicke, butcher, fil. Thomae Hicke, butcher 

Jacobus Lofthouse, feltmaker, fil. Radulphi Lofthouse, tanner 

Johannes Hanson, joyner, fil. Johannis Hanson, bricklayer 

Franciscus Swaine, carpenter, fil. Johannis Swaine 

Ricardus Fairburne, fil. Willelmi Fairburne 

Matthaeus Waterhouse, painter, fil. Johannis Waterhouse 

Joh. Mawman, lynninge weaver, fil. Geo. Mawman, lynning weaver 

Robertus Hotham, haberdasher, fil. Roberti Hotham, tanner 

Chr. Cooke, tanner, fil. Martini Cooke, tanner 

Thomas Beeforth, trunckmaker, fil. Willelmi Beeforth, trunckmaker 

Johannes Crosedill, merchant taylor, fil. Johannis Crosedill 

Johannes Clarke, fil. Andrei Clarke, tanner 

Henricus Topham, fil. Christopheri Topham, merchant 

Willelmus Gowland, fil. Roberti Gowland, tanner 

Benjaminus Maxwell, carpenter, fil. Thomae Maxwell 

Ricardus Greenup, sadler, fil. Ricardi Greenup, barber chirorgeon 

Hamon Straker, fil. Jacobi Straker, tanner 

Henricus Spinke, joyner, fil. Henrici Spinke, tanner 

Thomas Waterhouse, carpenter, fil. Johannis Waterhouse, taylor 

Jonathanus Day, fil. Jacobi Day, baker 

Thomas Smeaton, fil. Willelmi Smeaton, tanner 

Jacobus Wood, fil. Radulphi Wood, baker 



THE FREEMEN OF YORK, 1689 



167 



1 WILL. Ill ET MAR. II, SAM. DAWSON, MAJORE. FRAN. 
HEWITT, RIG. WOOD, GROCERS, JOH. PECKETT, MERCIL, JOIL 
HALL, MERCER, SAM. BUXTON, JEREM. BRIGGS, GROCERS, 
EMAN. JUSTICE, INHOLDER, RIC. BENSON, SKINNER, CAMER- 
ARIIS 



Thomas Atkinson, waterman 
Johannes Battersby, baker 
Jacobus Eobinson, whitesmith 
Johannes Unthanke, carpenter 
Thomas Sarjeant, free may son 
Bogerus Lund, cordwainer 
Willelmus Belwood, cordwainer 
Samuel Darnton, wine cowper 
Thomas Doughty, bricklayer 
Eobertus Budston, mercer 
Jacobus Woodward, glasier 
Willelmus Banister, cordwainer 
Joh. Pollard, merchant taylor 
Joh. Bollard, per redemption 
Bobertus Woodhouse, joyner 
Johannes Day, cordwainer 
Matthew Pollard, whitesmith 
John Williamson, whitesmith 
William Woodward, cordwainer 
Phineas Marshall, carpenter 
Toes Lumley, merchant 
Joseph Thompson, joyner 
John Watson, carpenter 
George Grainger, butcher 
William Bobinson, cowper 
Alexander Baynald, baker 
George Bogers, glover 
Bobert Saunderson, per redemp- 
tion 
James Silburne, baker 



John Kitchingman, per redemp- 

tionem 

Christopher Vint, bricklayer 
John Catterton, tanner 
William Green, bricklayer 
Boger Mitchell, blacksmyth 
Seth Lazenby, chandler 
Thomas Thomlinson, goldsmyth 
Anthony Watson, carpenter 
John Garland, cowper 
Bobert Wrathell, per redemption 
William Hardy, milner 
Joseph Bobson, marriner 
Richard Bipley, labourer 
William Musgrave, free labourer 
John Scott, per redemption 
William Adinell, tayler 
George Parkin, currier 
Christopher White, tanner 
Edward Burgh, per redemption 
James Kitchin, hosier 
Bobert Jeffers, glasier 
John Wyrill, free labourer 
Ambrosse Budsdale, free labourer 
Samuell Ambler, per redemption 
William Petty, bricklayer 
Abraham Crouder, per redemp- 
tion 

Francis Clarke, baker 
Matthew Cunningham, plumer 



PEK PATRES 

Samuel Pattericke, fil. Johannis Pattericke, senioris, lyninge weaver 
Chr. Stephenson, whitesmith, fil. Chr. Stephenson, merch. taylor 
Stephanus Buckle, fil. Johannis Buckle, whitesmith 
Henricus Thomson, armiger, fil. Henrici Thomson, militis 
Johannes Wilkinson, fil. Johannis Wilkinson, marriner 
Johannes Hodgson, fil. Johannis Hodgson, porter 
Georgius Eskricke, haberdasher, fil. Boberti Eskricke 
Jeremia Busfeild, cooke, fil. Thomas Busfeild, pewtherer 
Johannes Hopwood, freemayson, fil. Chr. Hopwood, freemayson 
Silvester Dove, cordwainer, fil. Silvestri Dove, cordwainer 



168 THE FREEMEN OF YORK, 1689 

Willelmus Nelson, fil. Willelmi Nelson, cordwainer 

Johannes Potter, fil. Rowland! Potter, marriner 

Carolus Carlile, fil. Johannis Carlile, malscer 

Eobertus Milburne, fil. Ricardi Milburne, winecowper 

Thomas Suggitt, fil. Thomae Suggitt, baker 

Radulphus Day, fil. Willelmi Day, winecowper 

Willelmus Sympson, fil. Willelmi Sympson, winecowper 

Thomas Duglas, fil. Thomae Duglas, labourer 

Johannes Greggs, fil. Marmaduci Greggs, barber 

Johannes Scotchson, fil. Timothei Scotchson, whitesmith 

Samuel Micklefeild, bricklayer, fil. George Micklefeild 

Phil. Smith, fil. Phillippi Smith, fishmonger 

Willelmus Boulton, fil. Ricardi Boulton, felmonger 

Elias Jackson, seargeweaver, fil. Georgii Jackson, mercer 

Ricardus Cooke, fil. Johannis Cooke, baker 

Johannes Cooke, fil. Johannis Cooke, baker 

Marcus Spaldinge, carpenter, fil. Matth. Spalton (sic), carpenter 

Samuel Fox, fil. Thomae Fox, tanner 

Willelmus Kidd, sadler, fil. Thomae Kidd, sadler 

Michael Dewtrice, merch. taylor, fil. Chr. Dewtrice, merch. taylor 

Thomas Marshall, fil. Thomae Marshall, lyninge weaver 

Walter Walker, fil. Walter! Walker, felmonger 

Robertus Wilstrupp, whitesmith, fil. Ricardi Wilstrupp, blacksmith 

Henricus Poulter, fil. Ricardi Poulter, milner 

Lancellott Pearson, merchant taylor, fil. Roberti Pearson 

Abrahamus Askwith, fil. Abrahami Askwith, merchant 

Josephus Williamson, merchant, fil. Thomae Williamson, alder. & 

merchant 

Georgius Buskill, son of Georgii Buskill 
Henry Dove, son of John Dove, joyner 
Timothy Foxton, son of Robert Foxton, curry er 
Richard Foster, son of Richard Foster, bookbinder 
Robertus Mackerill, son of Henrici Mackerill, bricklayer 
George Smyth, fil. Roberti Smyth, pewterer 
Robertus Acy, fil. Jonathan! Acy, translator 
Thomas Bateman, fil. Christopheri Bateman, butcher 
Johannes Wilson, fil. Johannis Wilson, milner 
Anthonius Harland, jr., fil. Anthonii Harland, cordwayner 
Francis Power, grocer, fil. Thomae Power, apothecary 
Willelmus Green, fil. Willelmi Green, whitesmyth 
Thomas Fenton, fil. Henry Fenton, tanner 
Marcus Inman, carpenter, fil. Marci Inman, baker 
Willelmus Cowling, fil. Johannis Cowling, butcher 
Laurentius Williamson, carpenter, fil. Wm. Williamson, carpenter 
Franciscus Williamson, fil. Johannis Williamson, baker 
Carolus Crosby, glazier, fil. Edwardi Crosby, glazier 
Henricus Thorpe, grocer, fil. Johannis Thorpe, grocer 
Charles Hall, fil. Ricardi Hall, cordwayner 
Johannes Atkinson, fil. Johannis Atkinson, cooke 



THE FEEEMEN OF YOKK, 1689-90 



169 



Philippus Cosletyne, fil. Johannis Cosletyne, blacksmyth 
Carolus Foster, til. Radulphi Foster, coverlett weaver 
Johannes West, pewterer, fil. Jacob! West, pewterer 
Callithesicies Nesfeild, fil. Johannis Nesfeild, mercatoris 
Edwardus Errett, tanner, fil. Willelmi Errett, tanner 
Edwardus Ward, fil. Nathaniel Ward, pinner 
Jeremias Holder, fil. Willelmi Holder, millwright 
Thomas Dawson, mercator, fil. Samuelis Dawson, mercatoris 



2 WILL. Ill ET MAE, II, GEO. STOCKTON, MAJOEE. WILL. 
STEPHENSON, MEECAT., PHIL. TOMLINSON,DEAP., JOEL SAVILE, 
APOTH., THO. SPEOXTON, JAC. HEBBOENE, SILKWEAVEES, EOB. 
HOTHAM, THO. SIMPSON, TANNEES, JOH. FOSSE, BUTCHEE, 
CAMEEAEIIS 



Franciscus Wilkinson, pipemaker 
Ph. Caper, pinner 
John Knowles, baker 
John Willoughby, translator 
Edward Carrack, butcher 
John Wright, butcher 
John Lonsdale, armourer 
John Cobb, joyner 
John Hillary, curry er 
Joseph Bywater, armourer 
Robert Dann, per redemption 
Seth Gilburne, a free labourer 
James (blank], a free labourer 
George Jackson, per redemption 
Joseph Jones, blacksmyth 
Matthew Braithwaite, joyner 
Nehemiah Morley, tanner 
Metcalfe Ingram, dyer 
Thomas Haxby, hempdresser 
Allan Roome, blacksmith 
William Meales, by redemption 
Nathan Blyth, dyer 



Stephen Browne, barber 
Christopher Nappyer, hosier 
George Burditt, baker 
Chr. Mudd, cowper 
Ricardus Faudington, tanner 
Thomas Jenkinson, free labourer 
Thomas Gascoyne, bricklayer 
Radulphus Buxton, bricklayer 
Ricardus Vary, free labourer 
Josephus Craven, free labourer 
Tempest Goodall, cordwayner 
Simon Halliday, free labourer 
Robertus Pickersgale, butcher 
Ricardus Tyreman, joyner 
Thomas Varley, baker 
Josephus Walden, cowper 
Robertus Sadler, pewterer 
Edwardus Dixon, per redemption 
Robertus Mascall, per redemption 
Matthaeus Thomson, cordwayner 
Hen. Richardson, per redemption 



PER PATRES 

Thomas Collett, fil. Thorns Collett, tayler 
Johannes Garthwayte, fil. Thomae Garthwayte, clothier 
Marmaducus Etty, fil. Johannis Etty, carpenter 
Edwardus Wilberfosse, fil. Jacobi Wilberfosse, butcher 
Leonard Matthews, fil. Thomae Matthews, tanner 
Johannes Young, fil. Jacobi Young, bricklayer 
Johannes Horsley, fil. Edwardi Horsley, baker 
Jacobus Blaikbeard, fil. Jacobi Blackbeard, clerke 
Johannes Watson, fil. Johannis Watson, fishmonger 



170 



THE FREEMEN OF YOKK, 1690-1 



Willelmus Trewman, fil. Christopheri Trewman, lynnen weaver 

Thomas Halley, fil. Andrei Halley, cordwayner 

Franciscus Smith, fil. Johannis Smith, generosi 

Franciscus Wood, fil. Johannis Wood, baker 

Johannes Armison, fil. Eoberti Armison, coverlettweaver 

Robertas Thorpe, fil. Roberti Thorpe, cordwayner 

Georgius Thwing, fil. Edwardi Thwing, barber 

Henricus Richmond, fil. David Richmond, dyer 

Willelmus Hixon, fil. Thomas Hixon, joyner 

Johannes Buttry, fil. Johannis Buttry, milner 

Ricardus Preston, fil. Ricardi Preston, dyer 

Lewis Darcy, fil. Arthur Darcy, silkweaver 

Johannes Straker, fil. Roberti Straker, tanner 

Johannes Sheppard, fil. Christopheri Sheppard, butcher 

Thomas Poore, fil. Thomas Poore, apothecary 

Michaell Russome, fil. Samuell Russume, blaiksmith 

Christopherus Haider, fil. Jacobi Haider, milner 

Thomas Fox, fil. Johannis Fox, silkweaver 



3 WILL. Ill ET MAE. II, JOSHUA EAENSHAW, MAJOEE. THO. 
BELLASIS, MEECAT., JOSH. DEAKE, MEECEE, THO. PEOCKTEE, 
APOTH., CAE. EHODES, GOLDSMITH, HEN. STAINTON, SADL., 
EIC. PAGE, COEDWAYNEE, EOB. COWPEE, WILL. BUETON, 
BEEEBEEWEES, CAMEEAEIIS 



Jacobus Layland, mercer 
Willelmus Poskitt, pewterer 
Willelmus Lockwood, mercer 
Miles Sowray, mercer 
John Read, baker 
Thomas Ingleton, joyner 
Johannes Douglas, free mason 
Joshua Pitts, per redempcionem 
Tho. Beatson, merchant tayler 
Chris. Gotham, free labourer 
Chris. Wright, per redemp. 
Johannes Wright, per redemp. 
Johannes Neleton, sadler 
Anthony Preston, fruterer 
Edw. Harperley, tallowchandler 
Thomas Wilson, clothier 
Jacobus Day, tanner 
Matthseus Tash, joyner 
Thomas Wait, merchant tayler 
Thomas Carpenter 
George Harrison, sadler 
Laurance Silcock, whitesmyth 
Willelmus Tute, bricklayer 



Josephus Todd, whitesmyth 
Johannes Hall, butcher 
Thomas Simpson, curry er 
Georgius Haist, tallowchandler 
Dan. Camell, barber chyrurgeon 
Robertus Buxton, milloner 
Georgius Pearson, per redemp. 
Benjamin Wright, per redemp. 
Ricardus Johnson, cordwayner 
Johannes Squire, cordwayner 
Willelmus Wetherell, carpenter 
Thomas Bolton, lynnen weaver 
Henry Jebson, merchant tayler 
Johannes Hall, mercer 
Joh. Farmery, merch. tayler 
Henry Ashley, baker 
Robertus Hotham, tanner 
Ricardus Cole, per redempcionem 
Thomas Browne, bricklayer 
Johannes Benson, cowper 
Thomas Ryby, per redempcionem 
Thomas W r rightson, cooke 



THE FKEEMEN OF YORK, 1691-2 171 

PER PATRES 

Slingsby Loftus, fil. Johannis Loftus, woollendraper 
Maria Blyth, fil. Thomae Blyth, woollendraper 
Georgius Hunter, fil. Henry Hunter, bricklayer 
Thomas Wade, fil. Thomse Wade, cowper 
Robertus Addinell, fil. Roberti Addinell, painter stainer 
Josephus Dighton, fil. Josephi Dighton, tanner 
Samuel Pounall, fil. Samuel Pounall, barber 
Thomas Tyreman, fil. Thorn SB Tyreman, cordwayner 
Johannes Hopson, appr. to John Hopson, merch. tayler 
Anthonius Laurance, fil. Thomse Laurance, baker 
Edwardus Parker, fil. Edwardi Parker, merchant 
Thomas Flint, fil. Willelmi Flint, baker 
Christopherus Wright, fil. Christopheri Wright, butcher 
Edwardus Rawles, fil. Rioardi Rawles, cooke 
Thomas Buckton, fil. Thomse Buckton, glasier 
Robertus Dighton, fil. Roberti Dighton, tanner 
W T illelmus Dodgson, fil. Archibald Dodgson, hempdresser 
Johannes Coitus, fil. Johannis Coitus, beerbrewer 
Georgius Smeaton, fil. Willelmi Smeaton, tanner 
Johannes Burton, fil. Francisci Burton, fellmonger 
Robertus Burton, fil. Francisci Burton, fellmonger 
Edwardus Atkinson, fil. Henrici Atkinson, baker 
Thomas Clarke, fil. Willelmi Clarke, draper 



WILL. Ill ET MAR. II, ANDR. PERROTT, MAJORE. JOS. WILLIAM- 
SON, MERCAT., SAM. BELLINGHAM, ROB. RUDSTON, MERCERS, 
SAM. SMYTH, GROG., JOH. BANCKS, BARB., THO. DENNYSON, 
TAYLOR, WILL. ADISON, PLUMMER, ROB. COLTON, PEWTERER, 
CAMERARIIS 



Thomas Overend, fishmonger 
Ricardus Avis, carpenter 
Ricardus Brigham, tayler 
Walter Weynnik, paver 
Marmaduke Hodgson, tayler 
Ricardus Dickinson, tayler 
Johannes Slater, butcher 
Johannes Hawkins, tayler 
Obediah Dawson, upholster 
Johannes Clarke, whitesmyth 
Joshua Ratcliffe, glasier 
Thomas Marshall, fellmonger 
Alexander Bond, baker 
Henry Thrisk, carver 
John Scott, clothdresser 
George Wright, blacksmyth 



Robert Stephenson, apothecary 
George Bowman, painter 
Rowland Moseley, apothecary 
Anth. Ealand, labourer, per re- 

demp. 

Abraham Pattrick, blacksmyth 
James Ingram, barber 
Edward Loftus, draper 
Eliazer Lowcock, hosier 
Richard Blenhorne, hosier 
Edward Harper, barber 
John Simpson, fishmonger 
John Gargrave, tayler 
John Tutin, tayler 
John Sye, per redempcionem 
Fran. Chadwick, free labourer 



172 



THE FREEMEN OF YORK, 1692-3 



Matthffius Hawkins, free labourer 
Math. Hargrave, distiller, per red. 
Thomas Atkinson, butcher 
Franciscus Smith, stapler 
Willelmus Gainford, silkweaver 
Bicardus Hayes, blacksmith 



Ricardus Westhropp, per redemp. 
Jos. Shaw, musician, per red. 
Thomas Wilson, free labourer 
William Dobbison, baker 
Thomas Heilileigh, haberdasher 



PER PATRES 

Thomas Cade, fil. Thomse Cade, musician 
Franciscus Moore, fil. Francisci Moor, cooper 
Thomas Jackson, fil. Willelmi Jackson, vintner 
Jacobus Bewley, fil. Willelmi Bewley, marriner 
Drewrey Peake, fil. Willelmi Peake, brewer 
Johannes Addinall, fil. Johannis Addinall, taylor 
Kitchell Harrison, fil. Johannis Harrison, cordwainer 
Christophorus Holmes, fil. Thomas Holmes, brewer 
Willelmus Todd, fil. Willelmi Todd, miller 
Leonardus Thomson, fil. Johannis Thomson, watchmaker 
Johannes Rawlin, fil. Joshuas Bawlin, blacksmith 
Johannes Ayre, fil. Johannis Ayre, victualler 
Bicardus Marsh, fil. Philemon Marsh, goldsmith 
John Askam, fil. Willelmi Askam, artizen skinner 
Johannes Mowbray, fil. Thomas Mowbray, hosier 
Johannes Harrison, fil. Johannis Harrison, pewterer 
Carolus Twist, fil. Caroli Twist, merchant taylor 
Johannes Straker, fil. Jacobi Straker, tanner 
Edwardus Dolphin, fil. Matthasi Dolphin 
Johannes Spink, baker, fil. Henrici Spink, tanner 
Edwardus Bobinson, fil. Edwardi Bobinson, baker 



5 WILL. Ill ET MAR. II, ROB. DAVYE, MAJORS. SAM. COLTON, 
MERCAT., HEN. THORPE, GROG., WILL. RADLEY, FISHMONGER, 
JOH. SMITH, GOLDSMITH, JOSH. BOOTH, RIG. CORDUX, 
HABERDASHERS, THO. BRADLEY, CUTL., THO. SALMON, 
CHANDLER, CAMERARIIS 



Johannes Maxy, curryer 
Michael Slater, carpenter 
Thomas Bonnall, trunkmaker 
Thomas Hilileigh, haberdasher 
Willelmus Alderson, bricklayer 
Bobertus Crosby, miller 
Benjaminus Bacon, bricklayer 
Jacobus Blanch, feltmaker 
Bicardus Archer, inholder 
Johannes Mawman, chandler 
Edwardus Nixon, innholder 
Thomas Burton, whitesmith 



Josephus Burton, plummer 
Johannes James, merchant taylor 
Willelmus Kilvington, butcher 
Johannes Turner, stationer 
Carolus Wharton, barber 
Georgius Grime, translator 
Chris. Smayles, merchant taylor 
Jonathan Tanfield, fishmonger 
Thomas Beed, goldsmith 
Jacobus Barber, upholsterer 
Henricus Cowpland, miller 
Tho. Baxter, stationer, per red.. 



THE FREEMEN OF YORK, 1693 173 



Johannes Clark, dyer, per red. 
Arthurus Robinson, iimholder, 

per redemp. 

Ricardus Austin, bookbinder 
Johannes Milnes, translator 
Mary Smithson, tyrewoman 
Mary Dobson, tyrewoman 
George Myers, vintner 
Radulphus Hick, merchant taylor 



Will. Hutchinson, combmaker 
Thomas Gibson, bricklayer 
Antonius Huggate, beerbrewer 
Robertas Fewler, innholder 
David Hopkin, appr. to Henry 

Shutt, hempdresser 
Michael Woodhill, cordwainer 
Will. Gary, merchant taylor & 

tobacco cutter 



PEE PATRES 

Nahum Cash, taylor, fil. Nahum Cash, gardiner 

Samuel Halliwell, fil. Johannis Halliwell 

Henricus Waite, cutler, fil. Roberti Wayte, stationer 

Josephus Raper, fil. Willelmi Raper, merchant & alderman 

Johannes Wharton, merchant taylor, fil. Johannis Wharton, taylor 

Samuel Bean, fil. Thomae Bean, blacksmith 

Ralph Gale, girder, fil. Johannis Gale, tanner 

Willelmus Heigh, fil. Willelmi Heigh, innholder 

Ricardus Peckett, merchant, fil. Johannis Peckett, mercatoris 

Johannes Swann, fil. Johannis Swann, tanner 

Johannes Hewittson, fil. Johannis Hewittson, pinner 

Christopherus Robinson, fil. Edwardi Robinson, cooper 

Johannes Fleming, fil. David Fleming, bricklayer 

Johannes Mosey, fil. Johannis Mosey, merchant taylor 

Radulphus Pattrick, fil. Roberti Patrick, tanner 

Thomas Gell, fil. Willelmi Gell, tanner 

Franciscus Wilks, fil. Mathsei Wilks, bricklayer 

Ricardus Megson, fil. Ricardi Megson, innholder 

Benjaminus Wilstropp, fil. Bartholomaei Wilstropp, blacksmith 

Johannes Smith, fil. Willelmi Smith, baker 

Johannes Croft, fil. Johannis Croft, generosi 

Willelmus Tyson, mercer, fil. Roberti Tyson, barber chirurgeon 

Thomas Blyth, fil. Matthaei Blyth, translater 

Leonardus Firth, fil. Josephi Firth, weaver 

Robertus Hall, fil. Roberti Hall, cordwayner 

Robertus Thomson, fil. Roberti Thomson, upholsterer 

Willelmus Hall, fil. Willelmi Hall, spurryer 

Henricus Campleshon, grocer, fil. Willelmi Campleshon 

Johannes Dodsworth, fil. Georgii Dodsworth, merchant taylor 

Susannah Marshall, fil. Roberti Marshall 

Thomas Towers, fil. Thomas Towers, fellmonger 

Johannes Rasin, carpenter, fil. Ricardi Rasin, carpenter 

Willelmus Foster, fil. Johannis Foster, translater 

Thomas Holdsworth, til. Thomae Holdsworth, pewterer 

Robertus Beane, fil. Thomae Beane, blacksmith 

Thomas Squire, fil. Thomae Squire, merchant taylor 



174 



THE FREEMEN OF YORK, 1694 



6 WILL. Ill ET MAE. II, GILB. METCALF, MILITE, MAJORS. 
ROG. SOWRAY, MERCER, JOH. WYNNARD, JOH. SHARPE, 
GROCERS, ROL. MOSLEY, APOTH., BEN. GLAVES, HABERDASH., 
JOH. SMEATON, BAR., FRAN. H1LDYARD, STATIONER, CAME- 
RARIIS 

Kobertus Cundall, cordwainer 
Henricus Gate, taylor 
Edwardus Wood, taylor 
Johannes Blackburne, gardiner 
Robertas Leathley, cooper 
James Barstow, merchant 
Abrahamus France, stationer 
Nathan Bennington, dyer 
Hen. Eobinson, linnen weaver 
Christopherus Rousby, mercator 
Willelmus Hillary, cordwainer 
Thomas Todd, milner 
Thomas Buhner, tayler 
Thomas Richardson, barber 
Jacobus Poole, painter 
Jonathan Perritt, bricklayer 
Thomas Battersby, carpenter 
Thomas Trowles, cordwainer 
Marrow Wayne, per redemp. 



Georgius Jaques, blacksmith 
Jeremy Hartley, beerbrewer 
Thomas Harrison, mercer 
Joh. Sudbert, merchant taylor 
Joh. Lupton, merchant taylor 
Georgius Jackson, painter 
Thomas Dunn, cooper 
Johannes Clarkson, combmaker 
Willelmus Hall, linnen weaver 
Willelmus Kipling, brasier 
Thomas Killam, roper 
Johannes Wigglesworth 
Thomas Hollingesworth, taylor 
Rolandus Peacock, a free denizen 
Henricus Harrison, taylor 
Chris. Cawood, cordwayner 
Johannes Paule, free labourer 
Georgius Jackson, free labourer 
Thomas Ovington, per redemp. 



PER PATKES 

Willelmus Simpson, fil. Willelmi Simpson, hornebreaker 

Johannes Best, fil. Marmaduci Best, goldsmith 

Johannes Moore, fil. Willelmi Moore, marriner 

Johannes Dobson, fil. Oswaldi Dobson, translator 

Johannes Green, fil. Willelmi Green, tayler 

Ricardus Reignolds, fil. Ricardi Reignolds, mercatoris 

Johannes Feather, fil. Francisci Feather, mercatoris 

Thomas Baxter, fil. Johannis Baxter, skinner 

Robertus Lazenby, fil. Willelmi Lazenby, chandler 

Ricardus Faudington, fil. Thomae Faudington 

Thomas Williamson, mercator, fil. Thomae Williamson, alderman 

Willelmus Mudd, fil. Christopher! Mudd, carpenter 

Willelmus Etty, fil. Johannis Etty, carpenter 

Thomas Mowbray, fil. Thomae Mowbray, pinner 

Robertus Johnson, fil. Allani Johnson, carpenter 

Franciscus Bolton, fil. Johannis Bolton, cooper 

Johannes Morrett, fil. Johannis Morrett, butcher 

Edmundus Fleming, fil. Ricardi Fleming, ropemaker 

Tobias Jenkins, armiger, fil. Tobiae Jenkins, senioris, ar. 

Johannes Kay, fil. Johannis Kay, innholder 

Robertus Thackray, fil. Roberti Thackray, carpenter 



THE FREEMEN OF YORK, 1694-5 



175 



Johannes Story, fil. Edwardi Story, merchant taylor 

Johannes Lazenby, fil. Thome Lazenby, fellmonger 

Johannes (sic), films Jacob! Bynton, brewer 

Leonardus Baynes, fil. Leonard! Baynes, butcher 

Jacobus Hayton, fil. Radulphi Hayton, weaver 

Franciscus Beeforth, fil. Francisci Beeforth, taylor 

Marcus Hudson, fil. Willelmi Hudson, cooper 

Ricardus Brown, fil. Ricardi Brown, grocer 

Jeremias Wright, fil. Willelmi Wright, milloner 

Radulphus Holmes, fil. Thomas Holmes, pipemaker 

Josephus Richardson, fil. Willelmi Richardson, armig., draper 

Johannes Atkinson, fil. Thomas Atkinson, milner ' 

Thomas Leppington, fil. Johannis Leppington, blacksmith 

Willelmus Kirby, fil. Seth Kirby, marriner 

Willelmus Williamson, fil. Johannis Williamson, goldsmith 

Jacobus Hamond, fil. Jacobi Hamond, stapler 

Thomas Murthwaite, fil. Willelmi Murthwaite, marriner 

Franciscus Cundall, fil. Roberti Cundall, joyner 

Johannes Hutchinson, fil. Thomas Hutchinson, taylor 

Willelmus Ripley, fil. Willelmi Ripley, milloner 

Franciscus Rudd, fil. Georgii Rudd, linen weaver 

Thomas Hansome, fil. Thomas Hansome, marriner 

Josephus Berwick, fil. Willelmi Berwick, butcher 



7 WILL. Ill, JOH. CONSTABLE, MAJORE. RIG. REIGHNOLDS, 
MERCAT., RIG. TOWNES, MERCER, CHRIS. ELLIOTT, DRAP., JOH. 
WILLIAMSON, GOLDSMITH, JOH. JACKSON, PLUMMER, JOH. 
BOWLING, CARPENTER, WILL. DIBNEY, INHOLDER, LUKE 
FORWOOD, MILLONER, CAMERARIIS 



Thomas Kipling, carpenter 
Nathaniell Simpson, painter 
Ricardus Alderson, cordwainer 
Johannes Atkinson, grocer 
Johannes Stainforth, milloner 
Ricardus Burton, brasier 
Thomas Grasan, miller 
Willelmus Wilton, cordwainer 
Johannes James, innholder 
Ric. Wynne, ar., per redemp. 
Johannes Coates 
Willelmus Pemberton, mercator 



Edwardus Mead, butcher 
Edwardus Jefferson, grocer 
Thomas Straker, grocer 
Matthaeus Hudson, baker 
Bea. Waite, appr. to Margarett 

Hudson 

Ric. Brook, appr. to Peter Hall 
Jos. Richardson, tanner 
Willelmus Bridekirk, taylor 
Willelmus Woodward, marriner 
Christopherus Powell, grocer 



PER PATEES 

Johannes Battersby, fil. Johannis Battersby, taylor 
Nathaniel Scoley, fil. Francisci Scoley, mason 
Marmaducus Butler, fil. Marmaduci Butler 
Johannes Blackboard, fil. Jacobi Blackboard, clerici 



176 



THE FREEMEN OF YORK, 1695-6 



Robertus Hart, cooper, fil. Willelmi Hart, mercatoris 
Edwardus Baldock, fil. Edwardi Baldock 
Samuel Turnbull, fil. Thomae Turnbull, sadler 
Jacobus Hunter, fil. Jacobi Hunter, bricklayer 
Robertus Yeoman, fil. Johannis Yeoman, tanner 
Willelmus Cash, fil. Nahum Cash, gardiner 
Robertus Gowland, fil. Robert! Gowland, tanner 
Johannes Girdler, mercer, fil. Ambrosii Girdler, generosi 
Willelmus Raper, fil. Thomse Raper, mercatoris 
Willelmus Smith, fil. Philippi Smith, marriner 
Ruben Buskill, fil. Georgii Buskill, tayler 
Benjamin Little, fil. Thomas Little, yeoman 
Thomas Fewler, fil. Johannis Fewler, baker 
Johannes Fewler, fil. Johannis Fewler, baker 
Georgius Hutchinson, fil. Willelmi Hutchinson, pewterer 



8 WILL. Ill, MAEK GILL, MAJORE. MICH. DEWTRICE, JOSH. 
RAPER, MERCATORIBUS, WILL. LOCKWOOD, MERCER, THO. 
MASON, FRAN. NEWARK, GROCERS, ROB. WAITE, STATIONER, 
EDW. SELLER, BRAZIER, WILL. MUNDELL, LIN. DEAR, CAME- 
RARIIS 



Johannes Bannister, sadler 
Robertus Hunter, curryer 
Johannes Baldwin, silkweaver 
Joseph Hep worth, per redemp. 
Johannes Carter, spooner 
Willelmus Baker, barber chir. 
Samuel Wighill, baker 
Franciscus Cussans, innholder 
Ricardus Tennant, grocer 
Johannes Pearson, carpenter 
Major Frear, merchant taylor 
Henricus Rennyson, joyner 
Seth Johnson, bricklayer 
Timotheus Roote, silkweaver 
Philippus Goodrick, milloner 
Chr. Merry, bricklayer 
Carolus Blanshard, cordwainer 



Ricardus Glasse, carpenter 
Henricus Bossell, translator 
Rob. Mountaine, merchant taylor 
Georgius Temple, cordwainer 
Jacobus Ibbison, grocer 
Willelmus Stephens, taylor 
Georgius Taylor, joyner 
Bryanus Thomson, linnen weaver 
Johannes Johnson, baker 
Willelmus Baxter, free labourer 
Robertus Wynne, fishmonger 
Johannes Skip worth, merchant 
Johannes Hudson, free labourer 
Thomas Whitelock, free labourer 
Willelmus Richardson, mercator 
Marcus Levett, grocer 



PER PATRES 

Ricardus Browne, fil. Thomae Browne, grocer 
Robertus Bellwood, fil. Willelmi Bellwood, spurryer 
Leonardus Potter, fil. Leonardi Potter, pannyerman 
Jacobus Pick, fil. Georgii Pick, barber 
Willelmus Thomson, fil. Nicholai Thomson 
Robertus Todd, fil. Willelmi Todd, miller 
Johannes Blanshard, fil. Johannis Blanshard, draper 



THE FKEEMEN OF YORK, 1696-7 177 

Johannes Terry, fil. Johannis Terry, baker 
Maria Yeoman, fil. Johannis Yeoman, glover 
Georgius Reynolds, fil. Georgii Reynolds, milloner 
Thomas Copley, fil. Johannis Copley, brewer 
Johannes Smith, fil. Roberti Smith 
Maria Suttle, fil. Willelmi Suttle, grocer 
Thomas Robinson, fil. Roberti Robinson, bricklayer 
Willelmus Wilks, fil. Matthsei Wilks, bricklayer 
Michael Marfield, fil. Georgii Marfield, brewer 
Gregorius Simpson, fil. Roberti Simpson, tanner 
Willelmus Webster, fil. Thomae Webster, miller 
Ricardus Webster, fil. Thomas Webster, miller 
Johannes Todd, fil. Johannis Todd, blacksmith 
Abrahamus Taylor, fil. Abrahami Taylor, marriner 
David Fleemen, joyner, fil. David Fleemen, bricklayer 
Edwardus Dawson, fil. Johannis Dawson, joyner 
Ricardus Reynolds, fil. Alexandri Reynolds, baker 
Jacobus Maxon, fil. Johannis Maxon, pinner 
Johannes Williamson, fil. Johannis Williamson, cowper 
Henricus Shutt, fil. Henrici Shutt, tayler 
Willelmus Hill, fil. Willelmi Hill, bricklayer 
Johannes Turner, fil. Timothei Turner, clothdresser 
Wm. Armison, fil. Roberti Armison, coverlettweaver 
Willelmus Scissons, fil. Willelmi Scissons, fishmonger 
Robertus Spink, fil. Roberti Spink, tanner 
Georgius Betson, fil. Ricardi Betson, clothworker 
Robertus Armison, fil. Roberti Armison, coverlettweaver 
Elizabetha Taylor, fil. Georgii Taylor, fishmonger 
Maria Wright, fil. Roberti Wright, cooper 



9 WILL. Ill, EOG. SHACKLETON, MAJOEE. THO. WILLIAMSON, 
MEECAT., WILL. WHITEHEAD, ATTOENEY, JAC. LEALAND, 
MEEC., JOS. TOMLINSON, PHAEMACOPOLA, JOH. LUCAS, EIC. 
MANCKLIN, STATIONEES, HEN. BAINES, MEECAT., CAMEEAEIIS 



Philippus Smith, paver 
Johannes Knapton, miller 
Will. Robinson, barb., per redemp. 
Georgius Jackson, upholsterer 
Nathaniel Smith, pinner 
Jacobus Hemsley, taylor 
Georgius Sugar, girdler 
Petrus Littleton, barber 
Ricardus Jeffrey, butcher 
Thomas Batty, linnenweaver 
Georgius Core, chandler 
Matthew Darbyshire, fellmonger 



Robertus Summers, per redemp. 
Thomas Lunnd, bricklayer 
Johannes Thompson, mercer 
Johannes Bowes, merchant 
Johannes Lashley, flaxdresser 
Willelmus Fowler, marriner 
Timotheus Stubbes, cooke 
Thomas Steele, weaver 
Willelmus Jackson, brewer 
Edwardus Gray, winecooper 
Will. Stainton, alehousekeeper 
Robertus Clough, bricklayer 



Dennis Clapott, watchmaker > Luke Hollins, butcher 

VOL. II. 



178 



THE FEEEMEN OF YOKK, 1697 



Matthaeus Lakin, tanner 
Johannes Bellasis, joyner 
Robertas Wharton, carpenter 
Antonius Brathwaite, carpenter 
Franciscus Gryme, carpenter 
Thomas Wild, cordwayner 
Franciscus Helaugh, mercer 
Johannes Bainbridge, cordwainer 
Johannes Brown, ropemaker 
Willelmus Harrison, tayler 
Johannes Hoyle, brasier 
Johannes Wake, innholder 
Thomas Smith, baskett maker 
Johannes Staitham, marriner 
Adam Moyser, linnen weaver 
Johannes Bell, taylor 
John Saunderson, lastmaker 
James Stephenson, silkweaver 
Johannes Baxter, free laborer 
Petrus Atkinson, coppersmith 



Henricus Noble, baker 
Jacobus Scourfield, wholesale 

apothecary, per redemption 
Ricardus Welburne, fishmonger 
Thomas Rowkill, free laborer 
Willelmus Pickard, free laborer 
Joh. Vanard, merchant taylor 
Ricardus Tennant, mercer 
Johannes Bird, free laborer 
Jacobus Mawde, free laborer 
Edwardus Lambert, fishmonger 
Willelmus Gray, blacksmith 
Ellis Drewry, brewer, per redemp. 
Radulphus Lofthouse, pewterer 
Johannes Kitchingman, butcher 
Thomas Perrott, taylor 
Henricus Lawson, free laborer 
Johannes Rymer, free laborer 
Robertus Lund, blacksmith 
Thomas Pickard, glover 



PER PATRES 

Willelmus Lister, fil. Christopheri Lister, mercer 
Ricardus Wyrill, fil. Johannis Wyrill, weaver 
Timotheus Wood, fil. Johannis Wood, baker 
Johannes Weddall, fil. Johannis Weddall, tanner 
Elias Pawson, fil. Henrici Pawson, mercatoris 
Philippus Wright, fil. Philippi Wright, butcher 
Johannes Hansome, fil. Thomae Hansome, marriner 
Ricardus Squire, fil. Ricardi Squire, sadler 
Thomas Barber, fil. Henrici Barber, baker 
Ben. Walker, fil. Thomae Walker, dyer 
Franciscus Lee, fil. Henrici Lee, miller 
Thomas Wilkinson, fil. Willelmi Wilkinson, joyner 
Edwardus Mellar, fil. Johannis Mellar, fellmonger 
Johannes Ickringale, fil. Ben. Ickringale, baker 
Edwardus Hall, fil. Edwardi Hall, dyer 
Robertus Symeson, fil. Roberti Symeson, roper 
Henricus Allan, fil. Roberti Allan, innkeeper 
Jacobus Mason, fil. Johannis Mason, maltster 
Georgius Mason, fil. Georgii Mason, cordwainer 
Georgius Haughton, fil. Georgii Haughton, blacksmith 
Johannes Wilson, fil. Willelmi Wilson, bricklayer 
Willelmus Hayes, fil. Matthsei Hayes, translator 
Robertus Loftus, fil. Roberti Loftus, merchant taylor 
Thomas Slee, fil. Andreae Slee, sadler 
Christopherus Green, fil. Rogeri Green, cordwainer 
Johannes Simpson, fil. Arthuri Simpson, blacksmith 



THE FREEMEN OF YORK, 1697 179 

Jacobus Hardwick, fil. Thomae Hardwick, taylor 
Leonardus Baines, fil. Leonard! Baines, innholder 
Radulphus Newton, taylor, fil. Radulphi Newton, cobler 
Robertas Newton, cordwayner, fil. Radulphi Newton 
Johannes Brown, fil. Johannis Browne, glover 
Johannes Dunnell, fil. Wauton l Dunnell (or Dunning), smith 
Marcus Dodgson, fil. Willelmi Dodgson, translater 
Henricus Wilkinson, fil. Johannis Wilkinson, draper 
Francis Cooke, fil. Johannis Cooke, whitesmith 
Georgius Fawcett, fil. Johannis Fawcett, cordwainer 
Johannes Wright, fil. Johannis Wright, pipemaker 
Marmaducus Hebden, fil. Marmaduci Hebden> joyner 
Ricardus Maugham, fil. Henrici Maugham, cordwainer 
Georgius Scotson, fil. Christopher! Scotson, carpenter 
Christopherus Sampson, fil. Thomae Sampson, taylor 
Jacobus Brand, fil. Edwardi Brand, lynnen weaver 
Willelmus Rhodes, fil. Willelmi Rhodes, cordwainer 
Franciscus Chambers, fil. Rogeri Chambers, inholder 
Willelmus Smith, fil. Robert! Smith 
Thomas Cape, fil. Johannis Cape, laborer 
Johannes Bolty, fil. Johannis Bolty, cabbinett maker 
Mathew Foster, fil. Mathaei Foster, translater 
Emanuel Wetherill, fil. Thomae WetheriU 
Johannes Oliver, fil. Radulphi Oliver 
Jacobus Addinall, cordwainer, fil. (blank) Addinell 
Matthaeus Wade, fil. Matthaei Wade, cordwainer 
Willelmus Blenkishipp, fil. Georgii Blenkishipp, cobler 
Jacobus Geldart, fil. Willelmi Geldart, cordwayner 
Willelmus Geldart, fil. diet! Willelmi 
Georgius Kell, fil. Georgii Kell, taylor 
Johannes Leng, fil. Johannis Leng, cordwainer 
Jacobus Robinson, fil. Ricardi Robinson, heelmaker 
Thomas Drydell, fil. Johannis Drydell, cordwainer 
Ricardus Woodhouse, fil. Johannis Woodhouse, cooper 
Petrus Sadler, fil. Antonii Sadler, tayler 
Jacobus Cooke, fil. Johannis Cooke, porter 
Johannes Doncaster, fil. (blank) Doncaster, baker 
Timotheus Ellis, fil. Jerom. Ellis, barber 
Johannes Etty, fil. Johannis Etty, limminer 
Georgius Jackson, fil. Georgii Jackson, bricklayer 
Radulphus Johnson, fil. Alan! Johnson, carpenter 
Jacobus Bulmer, fil. Willelmi Bulmer, merchant tayler 
Johannes Richardson, fil. Willelmi Richardson, armorer 
Willelmus Morley, fil. Willelmi Morley, currier 
Allan Walker, fil. Johannis Walker, cordwayner 
Johannes Scadlethorpe, fil. Thomae Scadlethorp, bookseller 
Willelmus Spetch, fil. Willelmi Spetch, marriner 

1 Wauton Dunning, a freeman in 1G75. 

K 2 



180 



THE FREEMEN OF YORK, 1697-8 



Thomas Hodgson, fil. Johannis Hodgson, blacksmith 
Samuel Hardwick, fil. Willelmi Hardwick, carpenter 
Edwardus Dawson, fil. Edwardi Dawson, cooper 
Michael Cambell, fil. Johannis Cambell, blacksmith 
Nath. Riveley, fil. Thorn Riveley, tayler 
Johannes Preston, fil. Lowther Preston, pinner 
Zacharias Cobb, fil. Johannis Cobb, blacksmith 
Willelmus Mathews, fil. Thomas Mathews, tanner 
Georgius Harwood, fil. Edwardi Harwood, translater 
Samuel Walker, fil. Johannis Walker, tanner 
Valentine Croft, fil. Martini Croft, glasier 
Georgius Mason, fil. Georgii Mason, cordwainer 
Bicardus Firth, fil. Josephi Firth, rugmaker 
Robertus Kay, fil. Thomae Kay, whitesmith 
Willelmus Chew, fil. Bicardi Chew, goldsmith 
Willelmus Johnson, fil. Willelmi Johnson, taylor 
Johannes Milburne, fil. Bicardi Milburne, cooper 
Stephanus Beverley, fil. Stephani Beverley 
Bobertus Winterscale, fil. Parcival Winterscale 
Johannes Mawde, fil. Edmundi Mawde, goldsmith 
Bobertus Vincent, fil. Boberti Vincent, taylor 
Henricus Todd, fil. Willelmi Todd, grocer 
Andreas Bobinson, fil. Andreas Bobinson, alehousekeeper 
Daniel Day, fil. Israel Day, draper 
Bobertus Flint, fil. Willelmi Flint, baker 
Josephus Askwith, fil. Josephi Askwith, baskett maker 
Georgius Blackboard, fil. Jacobi Blackbeard, clerici 
Leonardus Foster, fil. Marci Foster, mercer 
Johannes Jackson, fil. Georgii Jackson, bricklayer 
Thomas Myers, fil. Trynian Myers, butcher 
Henricus Bobinson, fil. Thomas Bobinson, girdler 
Johannes Waynd, fil. Bicardi Waynd, mercatoris 
Johannes Lupton, fil. Johannis Lupton, butcher 
Johannes Barker, fil. Boberti Barker, locksmith 
Laurencius Agarr, fil. Laurencii Agar, cordwainer 
Johannes Slack, fil. Thomas Slack, upholsterer 
Stephanus Owram, fil. Stephani Owrarti, cooke 
Jacobus Fowler, fil. Johannis Fowler, baker 

10 WILL. Ill, HEN. THOMPSON, MAJORE. JOH. THOMPSON, 
WATCHMAKER, TOES LUMLEY, MERCAT., ROB. STEPHENSON, 
APOTH., THO. HIL1LEIGH, HABERDASHER, METCALFE INGRAM, 
DYER, WILL. BERNARD, MILLONER, PERCIVAL WINTERSCALE, 
WILL. CORNEWELL, TANNERS, CAMERARIIS 



Bicardus Alexander, whitesmith 
Edwardus Marshall, butcher 
Moses Somerscales, marriner 
Edwardus Smith, milloner 



Jacobus Dixon, grocer 
Johannes White, pewterer 
David Wood, barberchirurgeon 
Samuel Clarke, haberdasher 



THE FEEEMEN OF YORK, 1698-9 



181 



Franciscus Thompson, carpenter 
Thomas Kitchen, feltmaker 
Johannes Johnson, free laborer 
Thomas Ewbank, taylor 
Maria Thompson, fishmonger 
Joh. Pennington, per redemp. 
Clemens Reed, goldsmith 
Jonathan Benson, stapler 
Edwardus Battersby, bricklayer 
Johannes Holdsworth, carpenter 
Thomas Edwards, glover 



Carolus Lassells, free laborer 
Franciscus Tyreman, chandler 
Willelmus Abraham, cowper 
Johannes Taylor, milloner 
Thomas Horsley, painter 
Michael Merrington, weaver 
George Thompson, yeoman 
Johannes Smith, taylor 
Owen Nicholson, miller 
Carolus Nelson, chandler 
Joh. Earle, porter, per redemp. 



PER PATEES 

Johannes Waite, fil. Henrici Wayte, embroiderer 

Johannes Gowland, fil. Georgii Gowland, furryer 

Thomas Swann, fil. Thomas Swann, painter stainer 

Johannes Simpson, fil. Henrici Simpson, tayler 

Johannes Hunter, fil. Johannis Hunter, miller 

Johannes Marshall, fil. Thomae Marshall, baker 

Marcus Hurd, fil. Henrici Hurd, silkweaver 

Edwardus Bateman, fil. Georgii Bateman, cordwainer 

Eobertus Lawson, fil. Roberti Lawson, yeoman 

Jeremias Day, fil. Leonardi Day, barber chirurgeon 

Jacobus Hurst, grocer, fil. Jeremie Hurst, mercatoris 

Johannes Pearson, fil. Willelmi Pearson, sadler 

Thomas Hardisty, fil. Thomae Hardisfcy, tanner 

Willelmus Potter, fil. Seth Potter, bricklayer 

Radulphus Buttery, fil. Johannis Buttery, marriner 

Robertus Johnson, fiL Willelmi Johnson, watchmaker 

Johannes Walker, fil. Johannis Walker, butcher 

Robertus Wilson, fil. Roberti Wilson, linnen weaver 

Prince Porter, fil. Johannis Porter, joyner 

Johannes Whitehill, bricklayer, fil. Antonii Whitehill, pewterer 

Willelmus Mason, fil. Georgii Mason, cordwayner 

Josephus Legg, fil. Thomae Legg, pinner 

Willelmus Little, fil. Thomae Little, yeoman 

Matthseus Wilks, fil. Matthaei Wilks, bricklayer 

Henrici Kirby, fil. Seth Kirby, marriner 

Johannes Murton, fil. Johannis Murton, feltmaker 

Robertus Hayes, fil. Thomas Hayes, blacksmith 

11 WILL. Ill, WILL. EOBINSON, BART., MAJO-RE. JOH. STANIFORTH, 
LAUR. THOMLINSON, MERCERS, WILL. PEMBERTON, GROG. 
JOH. GIRDLER, MERCER, DREWRY PEAKE, APOTH., ROB. 
HOTHAM, HABERDASHER, WILL. HUTCHINSON, PEWTERER, 
GEO. JACKSON, FISHMONGER, CAMERARIIS 



Thomas Allanson, plummer 
Ricardus Brigham, woolen draper 



Johannes Nappier, merch. taylor 
Jereniias Ickeringill, carpenter 



182 



THE FREEMEN OF YORK, 1699 



Francisca Bird, per redemp. 
Job. Sutcliffe,free porter, per red. 
Ambrosias Robinson, brewer, 

per redemp. 
Tbomas Mason, cooke 
Job. Hemsworth, hosier & pinner 
Marmaducus Boone, whitesmith 
Jacobus Calvert, cutler 
Abrahamus Battison, pewterer 
Leonardus Terry, pewterer 
Henricus Young, linnen weaver 
Thomas Hall, free laborer 
Sam. Woodward, flaxdresser, per 

redemp. 
Hie. Agar, hosier & pinner 



Johannes Langwith, goldsmith 
Will. Booth, barber chirurgeon 
Philippus Cross, translator 
Willelmus Waite, translator 
Will. Orompton,barb. chirurgeon 
Stephanus Hep worth, miller 
Thomas Whitelock, translator 
John Cooper, natu minor, fish- 
monger, per redemptionem 
Tho. Beane, merchant taylor, 

per redemp. 

Geo. Mathews, free denizen 
Francisca Hovington, vid., per 

redemp. 
Will. Williamson, per redemp. 



PEE PATEES 

Marmaducus Prickett, ar., fil. Georgii Prickett, ar., servientis ad 

legem et Recordatoris Civitatis Ebor. 
Abrahamus Shutt, fil. Willelmi Shutt, merchant taylor 
Ricardus Raysin, fil. Ricardi Raysin, carpenter 
Johannes Power, fil. Thomse Power, apothecary 
Leonardus Gell, fil. Willelmi Gell, tanner 
Georgius Newsome, fil. Georgii Newsome, merchant taylor 
Johannes Carter, fil. Johannis Carter 
Jeremias Buckle, fil. Marmaduci Buckle, fellmonger 
Thomas Hogg, fil. Johannis Hogg, miller 
Thomas Walker, fil. Christopheri Walker, brewer 
Willelmus Jackson, fil. Ricardi Jackson, tallow chandler 
Johannes Pallister, fil. Thomae Pallister, carpenter 
Georgius Dawson, fil. Georgii Dawson, carpenter 
Johannes Haughton, fil. Ricardi Haughton, blacksmith 
Willelmus Micklefield, fil. Johannis Micklefield, baker 
Thomas Jackson, fil. Georgii Jackson, carpenter 
Willelmus Garforth, mercator, fil. Thomae Garforth, mercatoris 
Antonius Perkins, fil. Simon Perkins, butcher 
Abrahamus Mountaine, fil. Abrahami Mountaine, carpenter 
Isaacus Swinbank, clericus, fil. Rolandi Swinbank, baker 
Johannes Walker, fil. Antonii Walker, translator 
Johannes Byas, fil. Thomas Byas, porter 
Thomas Ellis, fil. Thomas Ellis, taylor 
Johannes Thackray, fil. Roberti Thackray, carpenter 
Samuel Beane, fil. Samuelis Beane, miller 
Willelmus Hutchinson, fil. Willelmi Hutchinson, pewterer & brazier 



THE FREEMEN OF YORK, 1700 



183 



12 WILL. Ill, TOBIAS JENKINS, ESQ., MAJORE. HEN. CAMPLESHON, 
GROG., JOH. WHITEHEAD, HABERDASHER, GEO. BENSON, 
SKINNER, JOS. LEECH, BARB. CHIR., ELIAZER LOWCOCK, 
HOSIER, ROB. PERRITT, INHOLD., WILL. ASCOUGH, SILK- 
WEAVER, WILL. WIGHTMAN, MILLER, CAMERARIIS 



Joh. Widhouse barber chirurgeon 
Thomas Waller, carpenter 
Johannes King, whitesmith, dis- 
franchised 

Thomas Mann, linnen weaver 
Willelmus Collyer, miller 
Johannes Deane, innholder 
Will. Lambert, woolen draper 
Dawney Barnard, mercer 
Mark Pattrick, joyner 
Will. Hickeringill, carpenter 
Johannes Glenton, bricklayer 
Cornelius Smith, free denizen 
Johannes Kose, whitesmith 
Thomas Todd, whitesmith 
Johannes Becket, blacksmith 
Josephus Coates, carpenter 
Henricus Knapton, cordwainer 
Johannes Perritt, inholder 
Philippus Tate, merchant taylor 



Josephus Murgetroyd, brewer 
Johannes Dalton, tanner 
Johannes Simpson, whitesmith 
Thomas Coates r carpenter 
Benoni Howlett, woolen draper 
Thomas Wilson, cooper 
Johannes Caygill, dyer 
Chr. Steel, merchant taylor 
Henricus Sutcliffe, miller 
Joh. Midgley, free porter, per red. 
Willelmus Hammond, sadler 
Johannes Myers, translator 
Rie. Snow, ad libertatem civis 
admissus, secundum ordinern 
conventus concillii juxta 
agreamentium inter ipsum et 
majorem communitatem civi- 
tatis Ebor. predict, factum pro 
opere laude erigendo et ageudo 
infra civitatem Ebor. pnedict. 



PEE PATBES 

Robertus Hardy, fil. Roberti Hardy, carpenter 
Ambrosius Osterfield,, fil. Georgii Qsterfield, porter 
Stephanus Shields, fil. Stephani Shields, labourer 
Stephanus Carrack, fil. Stephani Carrack, tanner 
Johannes Hillary, fil. Johannis Hillary, mercer 
Willelmus Murton, fil. Johannis Murton, feltmaker 
Ricardus Norman, fil. Thomae Norman, saddletreemaker 
Thomas Cowling, fil. Georgii Cowling, butcher 
Thomas Hudson ,, fil. Georgii Hudson, barber chirurgeon 
Thomas Read, fil. dementis Read, grocer 
Johannes Dunce, fil. Willelmi Dunce, laborer 
John Watson, fil. Georgii Watson, innholder 
Willelmus Johnson, fil. Thomae Johnson, brewer 
Jacobus Dodsworth, mercer, fil. Johannis Dodsworth, taylor 
Thomas Heworth, fil. Thomas Heworth, cook 
Daniel Turner, goldsmith, fil. Henrici Turner, whitesmith 
Nicholaus Fisher, fil. Richardi Fisher, parchmentmaker 
Georgius Coulton, fil. Francisci Coulton, tanner 
Thomas Dawson, fil. Trustram Dawson, cowper 
Robertus Armistead, fil. Johannis Armistead, baker 



184 THE FREEMEN OF YOKK, 1700-1 

Willelmus Shutt, fil. Willelmi Shutt, merchant taylor 

Robertus Waite, fil. Thomas Waite, stationer 

Johannes Walker, fil. Johannis Walker, merchant taylor 

Johannes Spence, fil. Willelmi Spence, cordwainer 

Leonardus Donckin, fil. Thomas Donckin, cordwainer 

Carolus Sharpus, cooper, fil. Thomae Sharpus, chirurgeon 

Petrus Wright, fil. Petri Wright, linnenweaver 

Johannes Lucas, fil. Thomas Lucas, tallow chandler 

Willelmus Smith, fil. Willelmi Smith, chymist 

Johannes Collyer, translator, fil. Johannis Collyer, taylor 

Thomas Webster, painter stainer, fil. Jacobi Webster, marriner 

Franciscus Moorwood, grocer, fil. Francisci Moorwood, grocer 

Thomas Woodhouse, skinner & fellmonger, fil. Thomas Woodhouse, 

painter stainer 

Willelmus Cowling, fil. Georgii Cowling, butcher 
Georgius Lodge, mercer, fil. Georgii Lodge, sadler 
Eicardus Chambers, fil. Willelmi Chambers, pewterer 



13 WILL. Ill, JOH. PECKET, AR., MAJORS. GEO. ATKINSON, 
MERCAT., JOH. HILLARY, MERCER, EDW. JEFFERSON, GROG., 
JAC. STOURFIELD, PHARMACOPOLA, THO. CUNDALL, BARB. 
SURG., SAM. TURNBULL, DRUGGIST, GEO. STEPHENSON, RIG. 
HUNTER, BRICKLAYERS, CAMERARIIS 



Thomas Metcalf, haberdasher 
Ricardus Baildon, baker 
Benjaminus Barstow, mercator 
William Stephenson, joyner 
Abrahamus Hall, cordwainer 
Johannes Machell, joyner 
Henricus Abraham, taylor 
Willelmus Dalton, joyner 
Robertus Fountaine, carpenter 
Francis Coulton, grocer 
Jonathan Bennington, dyer 
Thomas Jennings, free laborer 
Thomas Hodgson, free laborer 



Joh. Hough, coquus,per. redemp. 
Ricardus Camm, painter stainer 
Willelmus Wilkin, baker 
Johannes Leech, free laborer 
Willelmus Smith, carpenter 
Johan Bland, sugar merchant 
Abrahamus Nelson, blacksmith 
Joh. Dixon, linnendrap., per red. 
Laur. Agar, mercer, per redemp. 
Willelmus Chippin, free laborer 
Joh. Brockbank, free porter, p. 

red. 
Daniel Wood, brewer, per red. 



PEB PATEES 

Henricus Cundall, plummer, fil. Thomas Cundall, pinner 

Johannes Hessell, fil. Samueli Hessell, ship carpenter 

Thomas Frank, miller, fil. Henrici Frank, carpenter 

Johannes Stephenson, mercator, fil. Willelmi Stephenson, mercatoris 

Thomas Smith, mercer, fil. Thomas Smith, mercer 

Robertus Warter, blacksmith, fil. Willelmi Warter 

Ricardus Barthrop, fil. Ricardi Barthrop, butcher 

Matthaeus Potter, fil. Leonardi Potter, pannyerman 

Johannes Tayler, fellmonger, fil. Abrahami Tayler 



THE FREEMEN OF YORK, 1701-2 



185 



Philippus Swinbank, barb, chir., fil. Isaaci Swinbank, clerici 

Ric. Thompson, mercat., fil. Edw. Thomson, nup. alder, et mercat. 

Ricardus Day, fil. Thomae Day, artizen skinner 

Thomas Burton, fil. Thomae Burton 

Matthaeus Bagley, fil. Hugonis Bagley, butcher 

Johannes Gray, fil. Willelmi Gray, carpenter 

Thomas Beverley, fil. Stephani Beverley, tanner 

Willelmus Hardwicke, bricklayer, fil. Willelmi Hardwicke, carpenter 

Willelmus Dobson, fil. Charity Dobson, brickmaker 

Samuel Tottington, fil. Samuel Tottington, carpenter 

Johannes Gilbertson, fil. Samuel Gilbertson, translator 

Thomas Dickinson, fil. Thomas Dickinson, joyner 

Johannes Burton, fil. Johannis Burton, pewterer & hollow wareman 

Johannes Dale, fil. Thomae Dale, tapiter 

Johannes Gale, fil. Johannis Gale, tanner 

Jacobus Tayler, fil. Thomae Tayler, tanner 

Johannes Stones, fil. Roberti Stones, marriner 



ANN.E, THO. DAWSON, MAJORE. JOH. BOWES, MERCER, LEO. 
THOMPSON, GOLDSMITH, SIM. POWER, BARB. SUR., JOS. 
BAWTRY, UPHOLSTER, WILL. HOTHAM, TANNER, EDW. BINKES, 
HATTER, THO. POWER, CUTLER, JOH. STAINTON, INHOLDER, 
CAMERARIIS 



Emanuel Watson, butcher 
Johannes Pickard, stationer 
Radulphus Parkin, butcher 
Petrus Barchard, grocer 
Willelmus Dobson, apothecary 
Edwardus Carter, baker 
Jana Ryther, linnendraper 
Anna Wilson, tyrewoman 
Andreas Hall, pipemaker& trunk- 
maker 

Josephus Wheelhouse, joyner 
Thomas Helmsley, innholder 
Nicolaus Bulmer, baker 
Willelmus Sergeant, translator 
Antonius Sawray, mercer 
Ricardus Powell, butcher 



Oswaldus Gray, wine cooper 
Tabitha Thompson, spinster, 

mercer 

Johannes Ryley, bricklayer 
Math. Wright, tallow chandler 
Ricardus Appleton, tanner 
Thomas Wilcock, joyner 
Ricardus Hesletine, carpinter 
Johannes Cadday, joyner 
Robertus Drake, merch. taylor 
Joh. Williamson, merch. taylor 
Thomas Dalton, butcher 
Johannes Terry, carpinter 
Johannes Wise, cordwainer 
Johannes Pennock, joyner 



PER PATBES 

Johannes Coulton, fil. Francisci Coulton, baker 
Willelmus Booth, fil. Thomae Booth, haberdasher of hatts 
Matthaeus Spalding, fil. Matthaei Spalding, carpinter 
Christopherus Johnson, fil. Thomas Johnson, cordwainer 
Georgius Stockton, fil. Thomae Stockton, woolendraper 
Willelmus Tireman, fil. Willelmi Tyreman, curryer 



186 



THE FREEMEN OF YORK, 1702-3 



Johannes Swailes, fil. Christopheri Swailes, joyner & carpinter 

Robertus Towers, fil. Thomse Towers, stapler 

Georgius Darbyshire, fil. Matthsei Darbyshire, fellmonger 

Henricus Lee, fil. Willelmi Lee, miller 

Elizabetha Yeoman, spinster, fil. Johannis Yeoman, glover 

Georgius Colburne, fil. Michael Colburne, bricklayer 

Thomas Ward, fil. Nicholai Ward, blacksmith 

Willelmus Dawson, fil. Johannis Dawson, pipemaker 

Johannes Ellis, fil. Thomae Ellis, merchant taylor 

Thomas Lazenby, fil. Thomas Lazenby, fellmonger 

Timotheus Hudson, fil. Willelmi Hudson, tanner 

Thomas Johnson, fil. Thomaa Johnson, innholder 

Willelmus Richmond, fil. Willelmi Eichmond, butcher 

Willelmus Body, fil. Ricardi Body, merchant taylor 

Johannes Porter, fil. Johannis Porter, joyner 

Ricardus Dunning, fil. Wauton Dunning (or Dunnell), blacksmith 

Ricardus Allanby, fil. Ricardi Allanby, keelman 

Henricus Beeforth, fil. Johannis Beeforth, whitesmith 

Thomas Parker, fil. Christopheri Parker, sadler 

Robertus Masterman, fil. Willelmi Masterman, joyner 

Thomas Smith, fil. Georgii Smith, cordwainer 

Will. Pallister, fil. Rob. Pallister, fishmonger & mr. & marriner 

Georgius Conn, fil. Georgii Conn, bricklayer 

2 ANN^, ELLIAS PAWSON, MAJORE. HEN. SCOTT, JOH. WAYND, 
BEN. BARSTOW, MERCHANTS, BRYANO THOMSON, JAC. 
HOWGILL, MERCERS, EDW. LOFTHOUSE, WOOLLEN DRAPER, 
JOH. GOWLAND, BARB. SURG., JOH. PRESTON, BREWER, 
CAMERARIIS 



Robertus Marshall, linnen weaver 
Henricus Pearson, free laborer 
Johannes Abbay, bricklayer 
Thomas Joy, free laborer 
Bryanus Benson, baker 
Geo. White, free mason, per red. 
Johannes Falkingham, curry er 
Joh. Newcomb, pannyerman 
Joh. Yates, pinner and hosier 
Joh. Carnaby, by redemption 
Joh. Fawcett, merchant taylor 
Joh. Wickham, barber surgeon 
Thomas Collyer, linnen weaver 
Johannes Ward, free laborer 
Johannes Watson, cowper 
Johannes Wrightson, inerchant- 

taylor 

Jacob Coday, merchant taylor 
Stephen Wilkinson, joyner 



Willelmus Nelson, joyner 
Henricus Pecket, miller 
Edmond Barker, plummer 
Miles Towneson, innholder 
Robertus Hunt, fringeweaver 
Johannes Richardson, fellmonger 
Johannes Shaw, free laborer 
Abrahamus Wood, translator 
Tho. Gartner, innholder and vint. 
Will. Straker, tallowchandler 
Petrus Cass, grocer 
Jos. Galloway, barber surgeon 
Johannes Green, bricklayer 
Isaacus Mansfield, per redemp. 
Johannes Morland, per redemp. 
Franciscus Wright, cordwainer 
Georgius Farrow, miller 
Will. Ubanck (Ewbank), per 
redemp. 



THE FREEMEN OF YORK, 1703 



187 



Willelmus Storehouse, vintner 
Johannes Marsden, blacksmith 
Henricus Sheppard, free laborer 
Johannes Pickering, free laborer 
Marcus Bramley, free laborer 
Petrus Wray, cordwainer 
Eob. Morley, tobacco-pipe-maker 
Johannes Dale, bricklayer 
Johannes Fewsdale, cordwainer 
Joh. Porter, merchant taylor 
Samuel Hall, linnenweaver 
Eicardus Tate, whitesmith 
Tho. Seaton, mercator scissor 
Thomas Goddard, by redemption 



Josephus Dixon, per redemp. 
Geo. Plummer, mercator scissor 
Georgius Skelton, cordwainer 
Marcus Mease, baker 
Thomas Nightingale, cordwainer 
Alexander Blyth, dyer 
Josephus Gawthropp, cordwainer 
Josephus Scolefield, baker 
Georgius Pick, blacksmith 
Johannes Smelt, butcher 
Ric. Jackson, merchant taylor 
Johannes Bramley, grocer 
Samuel Fawcett, clothdresser 
Thomas Falkingham, free mason 



PER PATRES 

Willelmus Smithson, fil. Caroli Smithson, barber surgeon 
Marcus Fawcett, fil. Johannis Fawcett, cordwainer 
Thomas Thompson, fil. Nicolai Thompson, salesman 
Josephus, fil. alder. Joh. Foster, haberdasher, & appr. Laur. Thomp- 
son, grocer 

Marmaducus Potter, fil. Leonardi Potter, senioris, panyerman 
Johannes Thompson, fil. Georgii Thompson, translater 
Willelmus Pickard, fil. Ricardi Pickard, mercer 
Edwardus Dove, fil. Thomse Dove, merchant taylor 
Georgius Terry, fil. Willelmi Terry, cordwainer 
Ricardus Dennis, fil. Ricardi Dennis, cordwainer 
Richardson Dent, fil. Georgii Dent, taylor 
Willelmus Lund, fil. Edwardi Lund, tanner 
Thomas Rodwell, fil. Henrici Rodwell, pewterer 
Willelmus Gary, fil. Thomas Gary, musician 
Johannes Hardwick, generosus, fil. Johannis Hardwick, generosi 
Thomas Webster, fil. Thomae Webster, miller 
Johannes Marston, fil. Henrici Marston, harness maker 
Carolus Snawsdell, fil. Matthsei Snawsdell, merchant taylor 
Jacobus Shaw, fil. Christopheri Shaw, marriner 
Godfridus Smith, fil. Roberti Smith, innholder 
Thomas Williamson, fil. Thomas Williamson, brickmaker 
Johannes Barber, fil. Henrici Barber, baker 
Thomas Scott, fil. Josephi Scott, merchant 
Ricardus Brown, fil. Samuelis Browne, joyner 
Leonardus Pocklington, fil. Johannis Pocklington, translator 
Willelmus Terry, fil. Willelmi Terry, cordwainer 
Thomas Mounckton, fil. Willelmi Mounckton, cook 
Carolus Broxupp, fil. Willelmi Broxupp, clothier 
Matthaeus Hayes, fil. Matthasi Hayes, translator 
Thomas Wilson, fil. Johannis Wilson, linnenweaver 
Georgius Thorp, fil. Ricardi Thorp, translator 
Thomas Hayes, fil. Thomas Hayes, blacksmith 



188 THE FREEMEN OF YORK, 1703-4 

Thomas Atkinson, fil. Thoniae Atkinson, miller 
Johannes Atkinson, fil. Jacobi Atkinson, shipwright 
Johannes Pearson, fil. Johannis Pearson, carpinter 
Matthaeus Smith, fil. Matthsei Smith, linnen weaver 
Georgius Robinson, fil. Georgii Robinson, baker 
Georgius Telford, fil. Georgii Telford, gardiner 
Willelmus Savage, fil. Henrici Savage, merchant taylor 
Willelmus Taylor, fil. Thomae Taylor, tanner 
Johannes Garbutt, fil. Rogeri Garbutt, carpinter 
Robertus Trueman, fil. Willelmi Trueman, brasscaster 
Willelmus Trewfitt, fil. Josephi Trewfitt, linnenweaver 
Willelmus Richardson, fil. Simon Richardson, marriner 
Jacobus Johnson, fil. Georgii Johnson, merchant tayler 
Robertus Johnson, fil. Georgii Johnson, merchant tayler 
Willelmus Graves, fil. Willelmi Graves, linnenweaver 
Chr. Fawcett, fil. Johannis Fawcett, cordwainer 
Samuel Scadlock, fil. Johannis Scadlock, tanner 
Franciscus Scadlock, fil. ejusdem Johannis Scadlock 
Carolus Wheelwright, fil. Johannis Wheelwright, girdler 
Johannes Legg, fil. Johannis Legg, baker 
Benjaminus Legg, fil. ejusdem Johannis Legg 
Franciscus Beckwith, fil. Henrici Beckwith, cordwainer 
Henricus Beckwith, fil. ejusdem Henrici Beckwith 
Johannes Saunderson, fil. Roberti Saunderson, sledgeman 
Jacobus Murton, fil. Johannis Murton, feltmaker 
Ricardus Kay, fil. Ricardi Kay, blacksmith 
Marmaducus Milburne, fil. Ricardi Milburne, winecooper 
Willelmus Chapman, fil. Ricardi Chapman, tanner 
Robertus Sanderson, fil. Roberti Saunderson, sledgeman 
Michael Wilson, fil. Michael Wilson, baker 
Johannes Wyrell, fil. Johannis Wyrell, linnenweaver 
Matthias Maxwell, fil. Thomas Maxwell, bricklayer 
Thomas Kirby, fil. Thomae Kirby, butcher 
Ricardus Williamson, fil. Johannis Williamson, cooper 
Thomas Hotham, fil. Roberti Hotham, tanner 
Christopherus Binkes, fil. Christopheri Binkes, curryer 
Willelmus Lee, fil. Henrici Lee, goldsmith 
Henricus Mitchell, fil. Roberti Mitchell, cowper 
Willelmus Brack, fil. Willelmi Brack, painter 

3 ANN^E, CAR. REDMAN, MAJORS. JOH. STEPHENSON, MERCAT., 
JAG. BARSTOW, MERCER, ROG. WARD, APOTH., JOH. RIVELEY, 
MERCH. TAIL., RIG. HARLAND, INHOLD., JOH. AMBLER, SADL., 
ARTH. GREENBURY, TANNER, JOH. WILLIAMSON, CARPENTER, 
CAMERARHS 



Jacobus Oliver, tanner 
Johannes Saunderson, pewterer 
Carolus Kipling, curryer 



Will. Hutchinson, merchant 

taylor 
Ricardus Herbert, apothecary 



THE FREEMEN OF YORK, 1704 



189 



Rob. Benson, ar., per redemp. 
Ricardus Mitchell, free laborer 
Willelmus Clouds, paver 
Willelmus Browne, gardiner 
Metcalfe Markinfield, butcher 
Willelmus Ward, tallowchandler 
Thomas Chadeck, blacksmith 
Jacobus Taylor, joyner 
Willelmus Hodgson, wheelwright 
Willelmus Fentiman, tilemaker 
Willelmus Parker, cordwainer 
Thomas Watkinson, ropemaker 
Ric. Battersby, free denizen 
Ricardus Duokett, carpinter 
Robertus Hardy, carpinter 
Willelmus Watson, carpinter 
Thomas Rentford, bricklayer 
Thomas Hessay, per redemp. 



Joh. Lambert, merchant taylor 
Josephus Whiteoak, free laborer 
Franciscus Cornish, per redemp. 
Willelmus Battersby, carpinter 
Will. Chapman, junior, per 

redemp. 

Mann Homer, grocer 
Thomas Whitfield, free laborer 
Johannes Coates, joyner 
Thomas Ferguson, free laborer 
Edward Preston, innholder 
Willelmus Johnson, cook 
Samuel Roper, by redemption 
Daniel Fenton, barber surgeon 
Joh. Walters, by redemption 
Willelmus Raper, whitesmith 
Robertus Darley, winecooper 
Barnardus Dickinson, carpenter 



PEE PATRES 

Josephus Spetch, fil. Ricardi Spetch, blacksmith 

Georgius Barnard, junior, draper, fil. Geo. Barnard, alehouskeeper 

Willelmus Bulmer, fil. Willelmi Bulmer, merchant taylor 

Henricus Chayter, fil. Johannis Chayter, silkweaver 

Ricardus Tireman, fil. Ricardi Tireman, cordwainer 

Marmaducus Clark, fil. Willelmi Clark, woolendraper 

Johannes Wynne, fil. Petri Wynne, baker 

Christopherus Hawkins, fil. Thomas Hawkins, baker 

Thomas Hill, fil. Thorna? Hill, sadler 

Franciscus Buckle, fil. Marmaduci Buckle, fellmonger 

Ricardus Ingle, fil. Ricardi Ingle, redempconer 

Thomas Byas, fil. Thomae By as, porter 

Robertus Thompson, fil. Roberti Thompson, gardiner 

Robertus Ward, fil. Jarvis Ward, barber surgeon 

David Bell, fil. Georgii Bell, joyner 

Robertus Truslove, fil. Josiaa Truslove, redempconer 

Grace Priestly, spinster, fil. Johannis Priestly, mercer 

Willelmus Day, fil. Willelmi Day, merchant taylor 

Elizabetha Fox, spinster, fil. Willelmi Fox, pinner 

Willelmus Pearson, fil. Willelmi Pearson, sadler 

Willelmus Preston, fil. Ricardi Preston, dyer 

Ricardus Walden, fil. Marci Walden, cooper 

Johannes Seymour, fil. Georgii Seymour, silkweaver 

Georgius Cook, fil. Willelmi Cook, translator 

Johannes Watson, fil. Johannis Watson, bricklayer 

Thomas Overend, fil. Thomas Overend, fishmonger 



190 



THE FREEMEN OF YORK, 1705 



4 ANN^E, EMANUEL. JUSTICE, MAJORS. DAWNEY BARNARD, TIM. 
ROOTS, MERCERS, JAC. DIXON, GROG., EDW. GRAY, VINT., 
AGUR AGAR, TANNER, GEO. ATKINSON, CURRYER, JOH. 
DIXON, LIN. DRAP., GEO. PEARSON, ALEDRAPER, CAMERARIIS 



Eicardus Rudd, plummer 
Rob. Gates, merchant taylor 
Geo. Masterman, lyn. weaver 
Ricardus Lum, cordwainer 
Job. Adcock, lynnenweaver 
Willelmus Paul, miller 
Johannes Ealand, bricklayer 
Rob. Cole, merchant taylor 
Will. Kidson, lynnen weaver 
Hen. Spence, tallow chandler 
Samuel Askwith, cooper 
Moses Smithson, whitesmith 
Ric. Bell, chimist, per redemp. 
Johannes Terry, per redemp. 
JosephusDeighton, barb, surgeon 
Jonas Thompson, gener., per red. 
Johannes Cornish, per redemp. 
Franciscus Lucas, pewterer 
Joh. Murgatroyd, free labourer 



Ricardus Hey, free labourer 
Henricus Wright, free labourer 
Thomas Jackson, inholder 
Johannes Morley, cordwainer 
Fran. Sugar, tallow chandler 
Will. Smithson, carp. & joyner 
Jacobus Smith, beerbrewer 
Willelmus Slay ton, baker 
Johannes Scott, free labourer 
Jervas Farnell, flaxdresser, p. red. 
Chris. Cade, waterman, per red. 
Willelmus Calverley, curryer 
Andreas Wood, mercer 
Jacobus Ascough, merch. tayler 
Isaac Robinson, merchant taylor 
Joseph Worrell, barber, per red. 
Thomas Hatchett, agent., per red. 
Joh. Wheelas, flaxdresser, per red. 



PEE PATEES 

Georgius Hartley, fil. Willelmi Hartley, merchant taylor 

Johannes Foster, fil. Caroli Foster, cowper 

Benjamin Brack, fil. Roberti Brack, bricklayer 

Joseph Micklefield, fil. Johannis Micklefield, baker 

Johannes Lee, fil. Matthaei Lee, barber surgeon 

Johannes Rogers, fil. Willelmi Rogers, glazier 

Joseph Scadlock, fil. Johannis Scadlock, tanner 

Willelmus Hanson, fil. Thomas Hansom, marriner 

Isaac Taylor, fil. Johannis Taylor, merchant taylor 

Willelmus Simpson, fil. Jacobi Simpson, innholder 

Willelmus Pick, fil. Oswaldi Pick, musitian 

Felix Redman, fil. Willelmi Redman, hosier 

Joshua Williamson, fil. Johannis Williamson, carpenter 

Johannes Hardesty, fil. Thomse Hardesty, tanner 

Willelmus Whealley, fil. Willelmi Whealley (? Wheatley), innholder 

Joseph Burton, fil. Johannis Burton, pewterer 

Ricardus Loftus, fil. Jacobi Loftus, pewterer 

Henricus Stephen son, fil. Willelmi Stephenson, merchant 

Robertus Foster, fil. Roberti Foster, tanner 

Thomas Harrison, fil. Johannis Harrison, bricklayer 

Jana Williamson, fil. Johannis Williamson, goldsmith 

Willelmus Riding, fil. Willelmi Riding, pewterer 

Georgius Rudd, fil. Johannis Rudd, linnenweaver 



THE FREEMEN OF YORK, 1705-6 



191 



Eichardus Woodhouse, fil. Thomas Woodhouse, painter stainer 
Josephus La/enby, fil. Willelmi Lazenby, tallow chandler 
Johannes Headlam, fil. Johannis Headlam, baker 
Edwardus Sudall, fil. Henrici Suddall, whipmaker 
Timotheus Watson, fil. Thorns Watson, coachmaker 
Thomas Watson, fil. Thomae Watson, coachmaker 
Leonardus Wilberfoss, fil. Thomae Wilberfoss, attorney at law 
Carolus Perrott, fil. Andreas Perrott, esq., late alder. & merchant 
Johannes Walker, fil. Johannis Walker, dyer 
Johannes Richmond, fil. Willelmi Eichmond, butcher 

5 ANNJ, BOB. BENSON, MAJORE. JOH. HARDWICK, GENT., JOH. 
READ, MERCER, ISAAC JOHNSON, BAK., WILL. BANCKS, WHITE- 
SMITH, JOH. RYCROFT, BREWER, THO. HAMMOND, STATIONER, 
JOH. OWRAM, COOK, GEO. BARNETT, ALEHOUSEKEEPER, 
CAMERARIIS 



Joseph Knowlson, blacksmith & 

farrier 

Jacobus Waite, innholder 
Eicardus Carter, baker 
Eic. Atkinson, merchant taylor 
Johannes Lum, cordwainer 
Tobias Mathews, innholder 
Thomas Whitfield, per redemp. 
Anthus Laytham, carver 
Eobertus Dewes, bricklayer 
Christopher Dobby, butcher 
Joh. Etherington, merch. taylor 
Thomas Ingleton, tanner 
Chris. Barthrup, cordwainer 
Thomas James, per redemp. 
Sam. Fountaine, inkhornmaker 

& combmaker 
Benjamin Eodes, sergmaker & 

stuffmaker 

Benjamin Hickerngill, baker 
Thomas Holmes, blacksmith 
Will. Batcheller, barber surgeon 
Philipus Shaw, blacksmith 



Seth Hardy, paver 
Willelmus Eamsden, cordwainer 
Eicardus Jackson, taylor 
Thomas Wade, miller 
Willelmus Cook, barber surgeon 
Eobertus Brettridge, carpenter, 
disfranchised by order of Sept. 
14, 1707 

Thomas Kirby, joyner 
Mich. Nicholson, merchant ad- 
venturer 

George Tate, cooper 
Johannes Holgate, gardner 
Georgius Lawson, carpenter 
Samuel Allen, merchant taylor 
Willelmus Johnson, bricklayer 
Jacobus Garbutt, miller 
Georgius Preston, brasier 
Jonathan Stephenson, gardner 
Henricus Waite, lynnenweaver 
Edw. Harvey, master & marriner 
Tho. Walkington, soap boyler 
Christopher Bell, carpenter 



PER PATRES 

Thomas Fleeming, fil. Thomas Fleeming, merchant taylor 
Johannes Overend, fil. Thomae Overend, fishmonger 
William Spacey, fil. Johannis Spacey, bodicemaker 
Matthaeus Scarr, fil. Miles Scarr, miller 
Willelmus Meller, fil. Johannis Metier, skinner 
Carolus Foster, fil. Caroli Foster, cooper 
Thomas Smith, fil. Willelmi Smith, chimist 
Christopher Tomlinson, fil. Francisci Tomlinson, grocer 



192 THE FEEEMEN OF YOKK, 1706 

Willelmus Thomas, fil. Bicardi Thomas, merchant 

Thomas Pickering, att. at law, fil. Georgii Pickering, generosi 

Joseph Allanby, fil. Ricardi Allanby, marriner 

Willelmus Swan, fil. Thomae Swan, painter stainer 

Georgius Burton, fil. Abrahami Burton, bricklayer 

Marcus Tuke, fil. Willelmi Tuke, translator 

Thomas Waite, fil. Johannis Waite, butcher 

Thomas Weddall, fil. Edwardi Weddall, silkweaver 

Robertus Williamson, fil. Roberti Williamson, goldsmith 

Petrus Peckett, fil. Johannis Peckett, merchant adventurer 

Thomas Savill, fil. Joel Savile, apothecary 

Henricus Barber, fil. Henrici Barber, baker 

Edwardus Lee, fil. Jacobi Lee, scrivener 

Robertus Graves, fil. Roberti Graves, merchant taylor 

Johannes Broxup, fil. Willelmi Broxup, clothworker 

Benjaminus Terry, fil. Willelmi Terry, cordwainer 

Robertus Browne, fil. Johannis Browne, artizen skinner 

Thomas Crowder, fil. Abrahami Crowder, per redempcionem 

Johannes Flint, fil. Johannis Flint, marriner 

Willelmus Stephenson, fil. Willelmi Stephenson, merchant 

Jacobus Smith, fil. Georgii Smith, cordwainer 

Eliz. Marsden, spr. & simpstress, fil. Hen. Marsden, harnessmaker 

Johannes Blyth, fil. Johannis Blyth, cordwainer 

Willelmus Hield, fil. Willelmi Hield, cordwainer 

Willelmus Green, fil. Rogeri Green, translator 

Silvester Austine, fil. Willelmi Austine, merchant taylor 

Johannes Hogg, fil. Abrahami Hogg, cordwainer 

Radulphus Lupton, fil. Parcival Lupton, butcher 

Robertus Carey, fil. Thomae Carey, musitian 

Samuel Clarke, fil. Willelmi Clarke, merchant taylor 

Carolus Hall, fil. Caroli Hall, painter stainer 

Franciscus Norrison, fil. Johannis Norrison, merchant taylor 

German Metcalfe, fil. Thomae Metcalfe, butcher 

Thomas Metcalfe, fil. Thomae Metcalfe, butcher 

Penny Smith, fil. Henrici Smith, baker 

Georgius Pattrick, fil. Johannis Pattrick, lynnen weaver 

Johannes Hudson, fil. Abrahami Hudson, butcher 

Thomas Hood, fil. Johannis Hood, smith 

Robertus Coultus, fil. Johannis Coultus, innholder 

Johannes Lund, fil. Georgii Lund, butcher 

Marmaducus Cant, fil. Thomae Cant, merchant taylor 

Robertus Smith, fil. Roberti Smith, innholder 

Ricardus Lund, fil. Georgii Lund, butcher 

W 7 illelmus Lee, fil. Henrici Lee, miller 

Oswald Walker, att. at law, fil. Oswaldi Walker, clothworker 

Johannes Gill, att. at law, fil. Willelmi Gill, mercer 

Ricardus Binks, fil. Ricardi Binks, fellmonger 

Willelmus Inman, fil. Johannis Inman, butcher 

Johannes Heslington, fil. Johannis Heslington, cordwainer 



THE FREEMEN OF YORK, 1707 



198 



ANN.E, RIG. THOMPSON, MAJORE. WILL. THOMAS, WILL. 
STEPHENSON, MERCHANTS, JAG. JOLLIFFE, MERCER, THO. 
STRAKER, CHRIS. THOMLINSON, GROCERS, LEON. GELL, 
ARMORER, THO. ETHERINGTON, WATCHMAKER, FRAN. BOLTON, 
WINE COOPER, CAMERARIIS 



Willelmus Howden, miller 
Willelmus Harforth, whitesmith 
Bicardus Poulter, cordwainer 
Johannes Burrell, flaxdresser 
Jonathan Etherington, taylor 
Thomas Young, miller 
Barnard Oliver, merch. taylor 
Amos Stephenson, merch. taylor 
Joh. Dowthwait, merch. taylor 
Willelmus Siddall, joyner 
Thomas Wells, merchant taylor 
Michael Cross, tallowchandler 
Thomas Wetherill, joyner 
Charles Usher, apothecary 
Georgius Fulthorpe, fousterer 
Johannes Browne, packer 
Henricus Sissons, cooper 
Thomas Allen, bricklayer 
Willelmus Boyes, bricklayer 
Thomas Ward, plumer 
Willelmus Lyndley, miller 
Robertus Oliverson, cordwainer 
Thomas Marsh, barber surgeon 
Edw. Willey, barber surgeon 
Johannes Warwick, per redemp. 



Johannes Lucas, per redemp. 
Thomas Hardwick, per redemp. 
Johannes Starthwaite, per red. 
Simo. Jefferson, merchant taylor 
Johannes Davison, carpenter 
Willelmus Nursay, per redemp. 
Thomas Oliver, merchant taylor 
Johannes Hart, miller 
David Scott, miller 
Johannes Osborne, joyner 
Franciscus Bridgwater, a free 

denizen or laborer 
Willelmus Slater, a free denizen 

or laborer 

Joh. Whitehead, paint, stain. 
Johannes Geldart, cooke 
Corn. Humphreys, per redemp. 
Thomas Salmon, mercer 
Robertus Pickering, miller 
Chris. Wilkinson, flaxdresser 
Johannes Knowles, cordwainer 
Maria Hall, milloner 
Jacobus Lambert, per redemp. 
Johannes Barker, taylor 



PEK PATEES 

Carolus Scaleing, fil. Johannis Scaleing, cordwainer 
Ricardus Penington, til. Johannis Penington, cloth worker 
Willelmus Shephard, fil. Christopheri Shephard, butcher 
Johannes Cattail, fil. Johannis Cattail, baker 
Edwardus Clarke, fil. Willelmi Clarke, taylor 
Thomas Robinson, fil. Ricardi Robinson, translator 
Andreas Saunderson, fil. Roberti Saunderson, sledgman 
Johannes Foster, fil. Johannis Foster, taylor 
Johannes Sudbert, fil. Roberti Sudbert, merchant taylor 
Leonard Day, fil. Leonard! Day, barber chimrgeon 
Willelmus Sheilds, fil. Stephani Sheilds, labourer 
Thomas Nevill, fil. Samuel Nevill, merchant taylor 
Robertus Waite, fil. Thomse Waite, merchant taylor 
Ricardus Mace, fil. Elishae Mace, merchant taylor 
Willelmus Payler, fil. Willelmi Payler, free porter 

VOL. II. 



194 



THE FREEMEN OF YORK, 1707-8 



Johannes Dickinson, fil. Thorn* Dickinson, joyner 

Arthur Layer, fil. Arthur Layer, joyner 

Johannes Lunn, fil. Edwardi Lunn, tanner 

Georgius Pickering, attor. at law., fil. Georgn Pickering, gener. 

Thomas Forster, fil. Christopheri Forster, merchant taylor 

Thomas Osterfield, fil. Georgii Osterfield, -porter 

Thomas Madison, fil. Robert! Madison, baker 

Johannes Lockwood, fil. Johannis Lockwood, tanner 

A I very Webster, fil. Ricardi Webster, cordwainer 

Robertus Ingland, fil. Thorn* Ingland, cooper 

Johannes Browne, fil. Samuel! Browne, carpenter 

Willelmus Sawkill, fil. Johannis Sawkill, baker 

Ricardus Harforth, fil. Georgii Harforth, butcher 

Willelmus Appleby, fil. Anthonii Appleby, joyner 

Jasper Ellis, fil. Jeremia Ellis, barber chirurgeon 

Thomas Barnard, fil. Thomse Barnard, parchmentmaker 

Thomas Kay, fil. Roberti Kay, coppersmith 

Nathaniel Coultus, fil. Johannis Coultus, brewer 

Ricardus Hemsley, fil. Johannis Hemslay, bricklayer 

Johannes Abbotti fil. Johannis Abbott, bricklayer 

Leonard Thomas, fil. Ricardi Thomas, merchant 

Willelmus Peck, fil. Johannis Peck, merchant taylor 

Samuel Todd, fil. Jacobi Todd, goldsmith 

Thomas Mace, generosus, fil. Thomaa Mace, generosi 

Willelmus White, fil. Willelmi White, sergeweaver 

Jana Browne, fil. Ricardi Browne, generosi 

Willelmus Fleeming, fil. Thomas Fleeming, merchant taylor 

Robertus Hillary, fil. Roberti Hillary, merchant taylor 

Willelmus Cade, fil. Jonathan Cade, translator 

Ricardus Denton, fil. Johannis Denton, merchant 

Matthaeus Wharton, fil. Johannis Wharton, merchant taylor 

Georgius Midleton, fil. Johannis Midleton, pipemaker 

Johannes Lazenby, fil. Jacobi Lazenby, tallow chandler 

Thomas Grainger, fil. Georgii Grainger, butcher 

Georgius Stephenson, fil. Willelmi Stephenson, mercatoris 

John Shepherd, fil. Willelmi Shepherd, taylor 

Jacobus Wynn, fil. Petri Wynn, baker 

7 ANN^E, WILL. PICKERING, MAJORS. GEO. PICKERING, ATTORN., 
GEO. BARNETT, WOOL. DRAP., WILL. DOBSON, APOTH., JOH. 
BACON, MARINER, CAR. CHARNOCK, PLUMMER, WILL. TIRE- 
MAN, CURRYER, ROB. HOTHAM, BREWER, ANTH. PRESTON, 
FRUITERER, CAMERARIIS 



Johannes Battey, combmaker 
Johannes GilbUrne, translator 
Willelmus Farrow, cordwainer 
Jac. Jenkinson, mercat. scissor 
Henry Gifford, innholder 
Will. Preston, tallowchandler 



Willelmus Poekley, cordwainer 
Joh. Williamson, mercat. scissor 
Samuel Lund, miller 
Will. Baythorne, cordwainer 
Nathaniel Swallow, per redemp. 
Willelmus Forge, whitesmith 



THE FREEMEN OF YORK, 1708 195 



Jeremias Myers, per redemp. 
Johannes Ford, sadler 
Willelmus Dalton, butcher 
Rob. Carter, wheelwright 
Johannes Gainsford, joyner 
Leonardus Eobinson, per red. 
Joh. Green wood, barb, chirurgeon 



Johannes Cooper, fishmonger 
Willelmus Owthwaite, skinner 
Ricardus Ash, per redemp. 
Willelmus Simpson, mercator 
Petrus Hutchinson, cooper 
Johannes Gill, tanner 
Georgius Alexander, whitesmith 



Johannes Bullman, per redemp. Jeremias Elliott, free denizen 
Matthaeus Law, per redemp. Johannes Mudd, per redemption 

Johannes Bloom, per redemp. 

PER PATEES 

Willelmus Anderson, fil. Willelmi Anderson, translator 

Willelmus Smeaton, fil. Georgii Smeaton, cutler 

Thornton Duck, fil. Thomae Duck, haberdasher 

Thomas Carey, fil. Thomae Carey, musician 

Willelmus Wynne, fil. Jeremias Wynne, merchant taylor 

Johannes Smeaton, fil. Jacobi Smeaton, baker 

Joshua Drake, fil. Joshuas Drake, mercer 

Eadulphus Davye, fil. Willelmi Davye, cooper 

Johannes Waide, fil. Timothei Waide, cordwainer 

Edwardus Fox, fil. Thomae Fox, winecooper 

Willelmus Hawton, fil. Ricardi Hawton, blacksmith 

Johannes Taylor, fil. Roberti Taylor, joyner 

Thomas Maltus, fil. Willelmi Maltus, merchant taylor 

Thomas Hammond, fil. Thomas Hammond, stationer 

Willelmus Mitchell, fil. Johannis Mitchell, baker 

Thomas Gill, fil. Ricardi Gill, bricklayer 

Samuel Smith, fil. Samuel Smith, bell founder 

Ricardus Heslington, fil. Johannis Heslington, cordwainer 

Georgius Relphe, fil. Ricardi Relphe, blacksmith 

Gabreael Calvert, fil. Thomae Calvert, linnenweaver 

Ricardus Brand, fil. Edwardi Brand, linnenweaver 

Joshua Greenbury, fil. Arthuri Greenbury, tanner 

Thomas Robinson, fil. Thomae Robinson, joyner 

Johannes Walker, fil. Johannis Walker, tanner 

Willelmus Thompson, attorn, at law, fil. Tho. Thompson, generosi 

Franck Maugham, fil. Henrici Maugham, cordwainer 

Johannes Leech, fil. Johannis Leech, armorer 

Jacobus Bewley, fil. Jacobi Bewley, marriner 

Matthaeus Raysin, carpinter, fil. Johannis Raysin, carpinter 

Robertus Holiday, fil. Roberti Holiday, bricklayer 

Nicholas Colson, fil. Marci Colson, mercat. scissoris 

Jacobus Raper, fil. Johannis Raper, mercat. scisoris 

Ricardus Greenupp, fil. Johannis Greenupp, barber surgeon 

Willelmus Waite, fil. Johannis W^aite, butcher 

Henricus Hillary, fil. Thomae Hillary, cordwainer 

Robertus Telford, attorn., fil. Georgii Telford, gardiner 

o 2 



19(5 



THE FREEMEN OF YORK, 1709 



8 ANN;E, CAR. PERROTT, MAJORE. RIG. ECCLES, FISHMONGER, 
HEN. RICHMOND, SADL., THO. LUCAS, TALL. CHAND., HEN. 
WAITE, CUTLER, WILL. WILTON, CORDWAIN., RIC. BELL, 
CHEMIST, WILL. JACKSON, BREWER, THO. HATCHETT, CHEESE- 
MONGER, CAMERARIIS 



Edw. Kindall, pinner & hosier 
Dorotheus (sic] Allanson, linnen- 

draper 

Henricus Rose, shipwright 
Johannes Wormley, jr., joyner 
Quintin Snarr, bricklayer 
Ricardus Marshall, translator 
Nathaniel Spicer, gratis 
Ingram Holmes, gratis 
George Jenkinson, gratis 
(blank) ! Holmes, weaver, gratis 
Alexander Mills, weaver, gratis 
Geo. Holroyd, weaver, gratis 
Georgius Horseman, curry er 
John Weatherill, blacksmith 
Willelmus Farnell, carpenter 
Anthonius Kipling, bricklayer 
Will. Brockbank, merchant taylor 
Edwardus Capes, glover 



Eobertus Cams, bricklayer 
Johannes Kirby, freemason 
Robertus Sugden, free denizen 
Georgius Ellerson, tanner 
Johannes Ellis, artizen skinner 
Johannes Foster, linnenweaver 
Tho. Heperworth, merch. taylor 
Robertus Thompson, miller 
Thomas Coates, grocer 
Timotheus Platts, barb. chir. 
Thomas Martin, winecooper 
Leonardus Dorman, per redemp. 
Adam France, a free denizen 
Willelmus Mason, translator 
Ric. Whealer, merchant taylor 
Tho. Jackson, merchant taylor 
Hewison Gill, heckler 
Ricardus Clynn, laborer 
Robertus Stagg, per redemp. 



PER PATRES 

Caleb Greenbury, fil. Arthur! Greenbury, tanner 
Leonardus Matthews, fil. Tobias Matthews, armorer 
Thomas Richardson, armorer, fil. Willelmi Richardson 
Henricus Elwicke, fil. Edwardi Elwicke, merchant taylor 
Johannes Moore, fil. Johannis Moore 
Johannes Smith, fil. Willelmi Smith, baker 
Franciscus Cooke, fil. Johannis Cooke, baker 
Willelmus Cowper, fil. Thomas Cowper, baker 
Thomas Beeforth, fil. Johannis Beeforth, whitesmith 
Benjaminus Gower, fil. Thomas Gower, merchant tayler 
Willelmus Thompson, fil. Bryani Thompson, lynnen weaver 
Willelmus Smallwood, fil. Johannis Smallwood, tanner 
Luke Siddell, fil. Henrici Seddall, whipmaker 
Benjaminus Booth, fil. Edwardi Booth, taylor 
Jacobus Marshall, fil. Thomas Marshall, baker 
Willelmus Chapman, fil. Johannis Chapman, tallow chandler 
Willehnus Horsley, fil. Willelmi Horsley, painter stainer 
Chrus. Whitehill,'mr. & marriner, fil. Antonii Whitehill 
Edvardus Coxon, fil. Mathei Coxon, artizen skinner 

1 There is no such entry in the Chamberlain's Books. 



THE FREEMEN OF YORK, 1709-10 



197 



Thomas Singleton, fil. Andrei Singleton, innholder 
Edwardus Elwicke, fil. Edwardi Elwicke, merchant taylor 
Thomas Beane, fil. Johannis Beane, barber chirurgeon 
Johannes Mitchell, fil. Rogeri Mitchell, blacksmith 
Franciscus Hudson, joyner, fil. Francisci Hudson, whitesmith 
Robertus Clarke, fil. Johannis Clarke, ropemaker 
Johannes Lodge, fil. Johannis Lodge, sadler 
Johannes Pearson, fil. Henrici Pearson, butcher 
Johannes Hayes, fil. Johannis Hayes, merchant taylor 
Edwardus Burgh, fil. Edwardi Burgh, cook 
Robertus Beeforth, fil. Johannis Beeforth, whitesmith 
Johannes Law, fil. Christopher! Law, carpenter 
Petrus Allan, linnen weaver, fil. Henrici Allan 
Edwardus Cant, joyner, fil. Thomas Cant, taylor 
Willelmus Emmerson, fil. Marmaduci Emerson, taylor 
Jane Harding, fil. Thomas Harding, inholder 
Johannes Trayne, fil. Johannis Trayne, carpenter 
Robertus Wilson, fil. Benjamini Wilson, carpenter 
Edwardus Overeiid, fil. Thomae Overend, fishmonger 
Matthew Walker, baker, fil. Johannis Walker, dyer, by order of 1st 
day of February, 1706 



9 ANNJE, THO. PICKERING, MAJORE. JONAS THOMPSON, GENT., 
RIC. DENTON, MERCH., JAC. DODSWORTH, MERCER, WILL. 
LAMBERT, DRAP., WILL. THOMPSON, TAYLOR, THO. WOOD- 
HOUSE, PAINT. STAIN., WILL. BAINS, COOK, SAM. CLARK, 
HABERDASHER, CAMERARIIS 



Thomas Hutchinson, bricklayer 
Willelmus Briggs, sadler 
Georgius Thompson, mercer 
Thomas Keld, merchant 
Edw. Evans, mr. & marriner 
Edmundus Winwood, per red. 
Willelmus Dinsdale, cordwayner 
Johannes Mudd, per redemp. 
Willelmus Innman, free denizen 
Francis Steel, per redemptionem 
Willelmus Myres, translator 
Jacobus Barton, cooper 
Ricardus Caygill, dyer 
Job. Wilkinson, barb, chirurgeon 
Georgius Godson, joyner 
Phillipus Headon, joyner 
Georgius Wright, joyner 
Jacobus Smith, carpenter 
Georgius Stockhill, merch. taylor 
Chr. Whitelock, merchant 



Johannes Hamilton, per redem. 
Johannes Wade, weaver, gratis 
Willelmus Court, per redemp. 
Thomas Williamson, glaz. & 

plummer 

Thomas Swift, per redemp. 
Emanuell Stabler, pinner & hosier 
Will. Pick, joyner & wheelwright 
Ricardus Ricketts, linnenweaver 
Joh. Herbert, merchant taylor 
Willelmus Bryan, cordwayner 
Samuel Waugh, innholder 
Johannes Farrand, cordwayner 
Thomas Gainforth, miller 
Marke Appleyard, appr. to Will. 
Addison, plumer & glazier, 
produced a copy of his oath 
under Mr. Boldero, and dated 
Nov. 21, 1711 



198 THE FREEMEN OF YORK, 1710-11 

PER PATRES 

Eicardus Lund, fil. Johannis Lund, merchant 
Jonathanus Hickeringill, fil. Benjamini Hickeringill, baker 
Nathan Harrison, fil. Nathan Harrison, musition 
Johannes Thomson, fil. Thomse Thomson, generosi 
Phillipus Rosendale, fil. Jacobi Eosendale 
Jonathanus West, fil. Johannis West, linnenweaver 
Johannes Hardwicke, fil. Willelmi Hardwicke, carpenter 
Thomas Oliver, fil. Marmaduci Oliver, bricklayer 
Marmaducus Oliver, fil. Marmaduci Oliver 
Johannes Hillary, carpenter, fil. Carol! Hillary, cordwayner 
Maria Thistlethwayte, fil. Georgii Thistlethwayte, mercer 
Thomas Pitts, fil. Joshuae Pitts, baker 
Jacobus Dale, fil. Thomse Dale, tapister 
Johannes Abbay, fil. Josephi Abbay, joyner 
Thomas Jackson, fil. Eoberti Jackson, innholder 
Willelmus Conn, fil. Georgii Conn, bricklayer 
Christopherus Clarke, fil. Christopher! Clark, miller 
Josephus Bawling, fil. Johannis Bawling, glover 
Johannes Lockwood, fil. Radulphi Lockwood, fishmonger 
Willelmus Smeaton, fil. Jacobi Smeaton, baker 
Willelmus Atkinson, fil. Johannis Atkinson, translator 
Cuthbertus Porter, fil. Johannis Porter, joyner 
Thomas Greensides, fil. Johannis Greensides, cordwayner 
Johannes Powell, fil. Willelmi Powell, tallow chandler 
Johannes Elsworth, fil. Johannis Elsworth, inholder 
Thomas Dove, fil. Johannis Dove, carpenter 
Jacobus Grime, fil. Jacobi Grime, cutler 
Willelmus Swinbank, fil. Isaac Swinbanke, clerk 
Jacobus Disney, fil. Nathaniel Disney, bricklayer 
Georgius Byfeild, fil. Georgii Byfeild, yeoman 
Henricus Cant, fil. Johannis Cant, merchant taylor 
Darley Harrison, fil. Kitchell Harrison 
Johannes Etty, fil. Marmaduci Etty, painter stainer 



10 ANN.E, WILL. CORN WELL, MAJORE. OSWALD WALKER, GENT., 
JOH. LANGWITH, GOLDSMITH, JOH. ASKHAM, ARTIZ. SKIN., 
WILL. DUNN, BARB. CHIR., ROB. WYNN, FISHMONGER, THO. 
HILLARY, CORDWAYNER, CHRIS. COOKE, JOH. HUNTER, 
TANNERS, CAMERARIIS 



Thomas Dunn, bricklayer 
Ezekiell Starkey, whitesmith 
Henricus Armstead, carpenter 
Jeremiah Topham, flaxdresser 
Will. Bradley, merchant taylor 
Thomas Lunn, tanner 
Willelmus Hill, blacksmith 



Johannes Garthwaite, cooper 
Tho. Dinsdale, barb, chirurgeon 
Georgius Bywater, baker 
Henricus Agar, grocer 
Thomas Chambers, marriner 
Stephanus Dalton, butcher 
Job. Merry, worsteacl weaver 



THE FREEMEN OF YORK. 1711 199 



Tim. Watkinson, barb, chirurgeon 
Jac. Robinson, merch. & apoth. 
Thomas Marston, glover 
Johannes Hickeringill, carpenter 
Edmund Win wood, carpenter 
Thomas Stayan, translator 
Johannes Scolefield, translator 
Willelmus Simpson, cordwayner 



Johannes Topping, joyner 
Will. Gawthrop, cordwayner 
Math. Penniston, merch., per red. 
Franciscus Adam, silk weaver 
Johannes Adamson, bricklayer 
Georgius Craven, tanner 
Chris. Bewley, tanner 



PER PATRES 

Jacobus Grime, fil. Jacobi Grime, cutler 
Robertus Sturdy, fil. Roberti Sturdy, cooper 
Johannes Smith, fil. Willelmi Smith, chymist 
Willelmus Carrack, fil. Edwardi Carrack, butcher 
Carolus Cooke, fil. Johannis Cooke, miller 
Robertus Potter, fil. Christopheri Potter, linnenweaver 
Franciscus By water, fil. Roberti By water 
Willelmus Knowles, fil. Willelmi Knowles, miller 
Willelmus Patrick, fil. Samueli Patrick 
Thomas Truslove, fil. Josiae Truslove, inholder 
Ricardus Walker, fil. Georgii Walker, butcher 
Willelmus Newham, fil. Willelmi Newham, clothier 
Jacobus Sheppard, fil. Jacobi Sheppard, butcher 
Thomas Thompson, fil. Thomas Thompson, miller 
Samuel Potter, fil. Leonardi Potter, panyerman 
Thomas Swale, fil. Thomse Swale, tanner 
Johannes Dawson, fil. Roberti Dawson, miller 
Georgius Rogers, fil. Georgii Rogers, glover 
Chr. Sheppard, fil. Jacobi Sheppard, butcher 
Chris. Boys, fil. Abraham! Boys, trunckmaker 

Jonathanus Cade, fil. Jonathan! , translator 

Willelmus Rudd, fil. Franci Rudd, linnenweaver 
Johannes Anderson, fil. Willelmi Anderson, translator 
Willelmus Woodward, fil. Willelmi Woodward, cordwayner 
Georgius Sheppard, fil. Chri. Sheppard, butcher 
Aquilah Turton, fil. Aquila Turton, coach maker 
Thomas Matterson, fil. Thomae Matterson, coachmaker 
Nathaniel Lowther, fil. Nathanielis Lowther, inholder 
Johannes Mitchell, fil. Marke Mitchell, tallowchandler 
Henricus Foxton, fil. Timothei Foxton, hosier 
Stephanus Smeaton, fil. Jacobi Smeaton, baker 
Josephus Hotham, fil. Ricardi Hotham, wollendraper 
Johannes Wrightson, fil. Thomae Wrightson, clothier 
Willelmus Musgrave, fil. Marmaduci Musgrave, carpinter 
Thomas Bowling, fil. Johannis Bowling, carpenter 
Willelmus Inman, fil. Thomae Inman, felmonger 
Clement Webster, fil. Jacobi Webster, tayler 
Thomas Mason, fil. Thomae Mason, inholder 



200 



THE FREEMEN OF YORK, 1711-12 



Thomas Day, fil. Nathaniel Day, cordwayner 
Johannes Clark, clerk, fil. Johannis Clarke, brewer 
Carolus Mace, clerk, fil. Carol! Mace, clerk 
Jacobus Eichardson, fil. Christopher! Richardson, hosier 
Thomas Clark, fil. Francisci Clarke, baker 
Johannes Smith, fil. Jacobi Smith, cordwayner 
Thomas Wright, fil. Petri Wright, linnen weaver 
Thomas Myers, fil. Trinan Myers, butcher 
Thomas Smith, fil. Thomae Smith, baskettmaker 
Willelmus Wrightson, fil. Thomae Wrightson, clothier 
Willelmus Harland, fil. Christopher! Harland, whitesmith 
Willelmus Coultart, fil. Thomae Coultart, miller 



1 ANN.E, CHRTS. HUTTON, MAJORE. NATH. SWALLOW, GOLD- 
SMITH, WILL. COURT, INHOLD., JAS. SILBURN, BAK., TOB. 
MATTHEWS, ARMOR., CHRIS. JACKSON, WINE COOPER, SAM. 
SMITH, BELLFOUNDER, ROB. HUNTER, CURRYER, JOH. LUCAS, 
CHANDLER, CAMERARIIS 

Joh. Gawthropp, whitesmith 
Josephus Elston, taylor 
Edwardus Lofthouse, flaxdresser 
Ricardus Brooke, barber surgeon 
Robertus Wilson, taylor 
Johannes Bywater, bricklayer 
Ricardus Hunton, cordwainer 
Samuel Pease, marriner 
Thomas Firth, translator 
Johannes Stion, milner 
Joh. Hudson, merchant taylor 
Doyley Preston, baker 
Thomas Lasshells, flaxdresser 
Christoferus Clough, marriner 
Johannes Wilcock, carver 
Ricardus Hardy, free porter 
Franciscus Horsley, tall, chand. 
Josa Priestly, brewer 
Benjaminus Wilks, flaxdresser 
Michael Hanson, coppersmith 
Johannes Moore, inholder 
Willelmus Vitty, plummer 
Thomas Goodrick, bricklayer 
Zachariah Lakin, joyner 
Stephen Wyrill, carpenter 
Alexander Lister, esq., per red. 
Johannes Dyson, whitesmith 
Robertus Wood, cobler 
Johannes Barber, carpenter 
Tho. Adams, ar. Recorder, civ. Eb. 



John Leach, inholder 
Thomas Topham, milloner 
Henry Patrick, cordwainer 
Peter Wilson, weaver 
William Yates, chandler 
William Richardson, heckler 
Marke Allen, marriner 
Ben. Stockdale, woolenweaver 
Mrs. Margarett James, merch. 

tayl. 

Rowland Richardson, pinner 
Nathaniel Lowther, inholder 
Richard Morley, jarsey comber 
Mr. Edward Gale Boldero 
Robertus Fairfax, ar., de Steeton 
Thomas Mason, roper 
Johannes Moore, cutler 
Robertus Hill, butcher 
Johannes Prior, brazier 
Joh. Makin, merchant taylor 
Johannes Cooke, clothworker 
Rob. Dickinson, merch. taylor 
Ricardus Serjeant, cooke 
Jacobus Langwith, cordwainer 
Johannes Shafto, pipemaker 
Johannes Smyth, barber surgeon 
Henricus Pullein, taylor 
Willelmus Romans, felmonger 
Willelmus Wise, skinner 
Georgius Wilson, cooke 



THE FREEMEN OF YORK, 1712 201 

PER PATRES 

Daniel Hoyle, fil. Johannis Hoyle, shoemaker 

Michael Symeson, fil. Michaelis Simeson 

Willelmus Holmes, fil. (blank) Holmes, brasier 

Willelmus Blyth, fil. Samueli Blyth, cooper 

Thomas Varley, fil. Thorn* Varley, baker 

Christopherus Smith, merchant, fil. Christopher! Smith 

Willelmus Atkinson, fil. Edwardi Atkinson, barber 

Willelmus Hoyle, fil. Johannis Hoyle, cordwayner 

Joshua Calvert, carpenter, fil. Thomae Calvert 

Johannes Jackson, bricklayer, fil. Roberti Jackson, inholder 

Thomas Green, fil. Willelmi Green, cooper 

Joh. Watterhouse, painter stainer, fil. Math. Watterhouse, painter 

stainer 

Francus Gary, winecooper (blank) 
Johannes Husband, joyner (blank) 
Ricardus Dobison, fil. Willelmi Dobison, linnenweaver 
Willelmus Askum, fil. Willelmi Askum, linnenweaver 
Willelmus Gell, fil. Willelmi Gell, tanner 
Thomas Blanshard, fil. Thomas Blanshard, miller 
Thomas Siddall, merchant taylor (blank) 
Rogerus Roome, merchant taylor (blank) 
George Harland, merchant taylor (blank) 
Thomas Agar, fil. Agur Agar, tanner 
Thomas Flint, fil. Johannis Flint, butcher 
Johannes Ballard, joyner (blank) 

Johannes Norrison, barb, chir., fil. Johannis Norrison, taylor 
Johannes Carpenter, fil. Samuelis Carpenter, carver 
Johannes Fish, gardiner, fil. Johannis Fishe, gardiner 
Henricus Warwick, stuffeweaver, fil. Johannis Warwick, fruterer 
Robertus Johnson, taylor, fil. Roberti Johnson, silkweaver 
Hewley Moxon, upholster, fil. Johannis Moxon 
Willelmus Jackson, fil. Roberti Jackson, sacller 
Thomas Woodhouse, fil. Roberti Woodhouse, joyner 
Thomas Rogers, fil. Georgii Rogers, glover 
Johannes Wood, fil. Johannis Wood, linnenweaver 
Thomas Flint, fil. Johannis Flint, marriner 
Jacobus Day, fil. Nathaniel Day, cordwayner 
Jacobus Wilberfoss, shoemaker, fil. Phillippi Wilberfoss, sadler 
Abrahamus Hoyle, shoemaker, fil. Josephi Hoyle, marriner 
Ricardus Thompson, taylor, fil. Briani Thompson, weaver 
Ricardus Marshall, shoemaker, fil. Thomas Marshall, baker 
Matthseus Mordant, fil. Matthaei Mordant, brewer 
Bartholemew Whitill, butcher, fil. Antonii Whitell, pewterer 
Willelmus Westlock, merchant taylor, fil. Johannis Westlocke, taylor 
Georgius Dolphin, fil. Edwardi Dolphin, linnenweaver 
Stephanus Wheatley, joyner, fil. Georgii Wheatley, taylor 
Thomas Waite, taylor, fil. Thomas Waite de Haxby, taylor 



202 THE FREEMEN OF YORK, 1712 

Petrus Dunch, chirurgeon, fil. Jacob! Dunch, barb, chirurgeon 

Benjaminus Ickringill, taylor, fil. Benjamin! Ickringill, baker 

Willelmus Broxupp, blacksmith, fil. Willelmi Broxupp, clotheworker 

Jacobus Loftus, feltmaker, fil. Jacob! Loftus, feltmaker 

Robertus Johnson, fil. Robert! Johnson, taylor 

Jacobus Holte, fil. Jacob! Holte, milner 

Johannes Rawling, fellmonger, fil. Johannis Rawling, glover 

Michael Remington, dyer, fil. Michael Remington, dyer 

Thomas Cobb, curryer, fil. Jeremiah Cobb, translator 

Thomas Thompson, barber chirurgeon, fil. Joseph! Thompson 

Johannes Hood, blacksmith, fil. Johannis Hood 

Johannes Wilson, shoemaker, fil. Johannis Wilson, linnenweaver 

Johannes Hydes, hatt dyer, fil. Matthasi Haydes, translator 

Johannes Pitts, cordwayner, fil. Josephi Pitts, clothworker 

Johannes Wheelwright, fil. Johannis Wheelwright, girdler 

Georgius Millner, fil. Thomas Millner, whitesmith 

Thomas Elliott, cordwayner, fil. Thomse Elliott 

Thomas Cundall, fil. Robert! Cundall, cordwayner 

Thomas Pickard, cordwayner, fil. Georgii Pickard, cordwayner 

Christopherus Mountaine, barb, chir., fil. Willelmi Mountaine, cooke 

Johannes Royne, glover, fil. Stephani Royne, silkweaver 

Johannes Drydyll, cordwayner, fil. Johannis Drydyll, lin. weaver 

Jacobus Atkinson, cordwayner, fil. Jacobi Atkinson, ship carpenter 

Johannes Weddall, cordwayner, fil. Johannis Weddall 

Thomas Colburne, fil. Michael Colborne, bricklayer 

Thomas Ralph, roper, fil. Thorns Ralph, inholder 

Edwardus Atkinson, hornebreaker, fil. Edward! Atkinson, barb. chir. 

Willelmus Jackson, joyner, fil. Willelmi Jackson, joyner 

Johannes Jackinson (sic), barber, fil. Willelmi Jackson, joyner 

Henricus Jackson, barber, fil. Henrici Jackson 

Georgius Barwicke, flaxdresser, fil. Christopher! Barwicke, butcher 

Johannes Ward, sadler, fil. Josephi Ward, sadler 

Thomas England, cooper, fil. Thomas England, cooper 

Thomas Shutt, curryer, fil. Edwardi Shutt, flaxdresser 

Thomas Thompson, curryer, fil. Robert! Thompson, curryer 

Josephus Firth, fil. Ricardi Firth, taylor 

Samuel Smales, gardner, fil. Christopher! Smailes 

Chris. Sanderson, cooper, fil. Johannis Saunderson, heelmaker 

Willelmus Burgh, cordwayner, fil. Edwardi Burgh, cooke 

Johannes Walker, glover, fil. Johannis Walker, glover 

Willelmus Slaytor, felmonger, fil. Lawrencii Slaytor, fellmonger 

Johannes Turton, joyner, fil. Aqnilla Turton, joyner 

Willelmus Carter, cordwayner, fil. Willelmi Carter, joyner 

Thomas Lawrence, joyner, fil. Chris. Lawrence, joyner 

Chris. Earby, cooper, fil. Nathan Earby, cooper 

Robert Mortimer, sadler, fil. Jonathan! Mortimer, sadler 

Willelmus Jennings, carpenter, fil. Willelmi Jennings, carpenter 

Johannes Rasin, carpenter, fil. Johannis Rasin, carpenter 

Michael Robinson, baker, fil. Georgii Robinson, baker 



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203 



Johannes Wood, corckcutter, fil. Edwardi Wood, corckcutter 

Thomas Ewbanck, fil. Thomse Ewbanck, taylor 

Matthaaus Johnson, cordwayner, fil. Willelmi Johnson, cordwayner 

Willelmus Fleameing, bricklayer, fil. Johannis Fleam eing, bricklayer 

Timotheus Turner, cooke, fil. Josephi Turner, inholder 

Georgius Preston, fil. Johannis Preston, de Dunnington 

Thomas Sickling, fil. Thomae Sickling, nuper de Haxby 

Johannes Wright, fil. Johannis Wright, butcher 

Robertus Musgrave, mercator, fil. Johannis Musgrave, cutler 

Henricus Hewlett, taylor, fil. Benjamini Hewlett, draper 

George Green, cobler, fil. Rogeri Green, cobler 

John Earle, cobler, fil. Johannis Earle, cobler 

Johannes Hart, merchant, fil. Francisci Hart, merchant 

Thomas Cade, cobler, fil. Jonathan! Cade, cobler 

Johannes Wilberfoss, butcher, fil. Edwardi Wilberfoss, butcher 

Willelmus Hill, fil. Roberti Hill, butcher 

Ricardus Dawson, cobler, fil. Trustram Dawson, cooper 

Nathaniel Earby, cooper, fil. Nathanielis Earby, cooper 

Thomas Serjant, fil. Thomaa Serjant, free mason 

Peirson Preston, inholder, fil. Willelmi Preston, inholder 

Johannes Lockwood, barber, fil. Johannis Lockwood, cooper 

Thomas Foster, taylor, fil. Johannis Foster, taylor 

Thomas Burton, tanner, fil. Thomaa Burton, pewterer 

Bartlitt Weymick, paver, fil. Walter! Wymicke, paver 

Seth Kirby, marriner, fil. Seth Kirby, marriner 

Rowlandus Potter, fil. Rowlandi Potter, marriner 

Ricardus Hardy, joyner and carpenter, fil. Richardi Hardy 

Jacobus Gilberson, bricklayer, appr. to Will. Stephenson 

Carolus Tennant, joyner, fil. Johannis Teannant, weaver 

Willelmus Dodgson, pipemaker, fil. Oswaldi Dodgson, cobler 

Thomas Allen, barb, chirurgeon, fil. Willelmi Allen, pewterer 

Elisha Mace, fil. Elisha Mace, merchant taylor 

Johannes Calvert, fil. Johannis Calvert, butcher 



12 ET 13 ANNJJ, WILL. REDMAN, MAJORE. THO. KELL, CHRIS. 
SMITH, FRAN. GRIME, EMANUEL STABLER, JOH. WHITE, JEREM. 
WRIGHT, TIM. HUDSON, CHRIS. BOYES, CAMERARIIS 



Georgius Chapman, shoemaker 
Chris. Ash, woolen draper 
Petrus Nortson, carpenter 
Josephus Coates, tanner 
Petrus Bankes, carpenter 
Willelmus Burton, cordwainer 
Johannes Cobb, translator 
Thomas Preston, bricklayer 
Robertus Warde, tanner 
Georgius Pattison, miller 
Gilbertus Parker, mercer 



Carolus Simpson, miller 
Willelmus Rider, baker 
Georgius Coates, glover 
Johannes Warde, blacksmith 
Willelmus Stoppard, barber 
Josephus Wood, miller 
Robertus Hep worth, joyner 
Jno. Jon, vintner 
Willelmus Robinson, blacksmith 
Thomas Ward, cordwainer 
Valentinus Stephenson, taylor 



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THE FEEEMEN OF YOEK, 1713 



Willelmus Escrike, painter 
Thomas Banks, dyer 
Willelmus Thompson, cooke 
Johannes Sanderson, taylor 
Thomas Upton, taylor 
Johannes Connell, dyer 
Thomas Robinson, baker 
Cornelius Stead, brickmaker 
Eicardus Carr, baker 
Thomas May, marriner 
Will. Walker, baskett maker 
Ricardus Routh, innholder 
Wilkinson Ellis, tanner 
Johannes Beckwith, blacksmith 
Willelmus Banks, carpenter 
Johannes Gibson, innholder 
Benjaminus Markam, taylor 
Johannes Tate, tanner 
Johannes Bell, carpenter 
Johannes Waite, ropemaker 
Willelmus Scott, bridlecutter 
Thomas Freer, carpenter 
Robertus Plaisterer, cordwainer 
Barth. Wetherill, bricklayer 
Jacobus Butterman, taylor 
Johannes Herbert, barber 
Geo. Reynoldson, cordwainer 
Edwardus Richardson, butcher 
Willelmus Linsley, glover 
Johannes Hogg, cordwainer 
Willelmus Todd, cordwainer 
Robertus Sneeton, cordwainer 
Will. Thompson, cordwainer 
Franciscus Gurdon, cordwainer 
Robertus Preston, cordwainer 
Thomas Horseman, cordwainer 
Johannes Wilson, butcher 
Edm. Jennings, flaxdresser 
Thomas Loft, blacksmith 
Johannes Chambers, miller 
Thomas Thackeray, gardiner 
Georgius Turner, tanner 
Jeremiah Porter, taylor 
Jacobus Wharton, draper 
Nicholaus Denkin, miller 
Michael Carter, baker 
Alexander Singleton, taylor 
Johannes Rayne, taylor 

' Disfranchised per 



Cuthbertus Alderson, carpenter 
Robertus Crowther, cordwainer 
Moses Stephenson, taylor 
Robertus Stainton, sadler 
Franciscus Smith, tanner 
Robertus Thompson, cordwainer 
Robertus Fisher, butcher 
Johannes Simpson, skinner 
Willelmus Jackson, butcher 
Willelmus Halliday, cordwainer 
Ricardus Smithson, weaver 
Jos. Bland, felmonger 
Johannes Hull, felmonger 
Tobias Matthews, whitesmith 
Marmaducus Cooper, covdwainer 
Georgius Browne, innholder 
Willelmus Tate, tanner 
Willelmus Abbay, bricklayer 
Willelmus Easingwould, baker 
Thomas Taylor, mason 
Johannes Matheray, marriner 
Stephanus Allen, taylor 
Willelmus Stabler, miller 
Willelmus Thompson, innholder 
Caroius Crosby, taylor 
Joshua Curtis, taylor 
Willelmus Collier, weaver 
Robertus Thompson, cordwainer 
Willelmus Godson, whitesmith 
Willelmus Hutchinson, taylor 
Johannes Priest, taylor 
Leo. Sledmore, baskettmaker 
Carolus Lazenby, innholder 
Johannes Sutfeild, taylor 
Johannes Browne, weaver 
Jacobus Sands, cordwainer 
Johannes Kirby, cobler 
Robertus Nelson, weaver 

i Johannes Greggs, taylor 
Henricus Reynolds, glazier 

j Thomas Burtwell, gardiner 

I Willelmus Bilton, wine cooper 
Edwardus Todd, whitesmith 
Alexander Ingram, dyer 
Johannes Jackson, joyner 
Robertus Farrer, ropemaker 
1 George Raby, chandler 
Joseph Whiteoak, tanner 

orJ. in committee (sic). 



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205 



Johannes Hague, fishmonger 
Willelmus Waynd, innholder 
Johannes Story, pipemaker 
Jeremiah Hepworth, cordwainer 
Willelmus Scott, tanner 
Thomas Robinson, taylor 
Willelmus Hudlass, innholder 
Thomas Barker, tanner 
Petrus Harling, innholder 
Franciscus Wray, gardiner 
Thomas Wyley, miller 
1 Thomas Ferguson, brewer 
Anthony Browne, cooper 
Johannes Nuby, blacksmith 
Jacobus Wilkinson, cordwainer 
Willelmus Wright, butcher 
Robertus Appleyard, carpenter 
Marmaducus Merchant, inarriner 
Thomas Smith, taylor 
Willelmus Fletcher, gardiner 
Thomas Atkinson, bricklayer 
Hainan Leafe, weaver 
Jonas Murgatroyd, baker 
Thomas Hick, fellmonger 
liaman Hemsworth, generosus 
Edwardua Lund, chandler 
Willelmus Browne, plummer 
Willelmus Doughty, taylor 
Robertus Brogden, clockmaker 
Ricardus Thompson, joyner 
Timotheus Scarth, taylor 
Aaron Burley, innholder 
Johannes Pacy, blacksmith 
Anthony Jackson, miller 
Kobertus Law, linnenweaver 
Willelmus Westwood, porter 
Plato Fisher, fishmonger 
Willelmus Swann, taylor 
Abrahamus Edson, joyner 
Thomas Thwaites, sadler 
Kicardus Mitchell, wheelwright 
Thomas Jarvis, combmaker 
Willelmus Ryley, winecooper 
Johannes Puppin, bricklayer 
Michael Bentley, goldsmith 
Willelmus Dalton, baker 
Ricardus Potter, coppersmith 
Robertus Clarke, draper 

1 Disfranchised per 



Robertus White, mason 
Thomas Crosby, innholder 
Willelmus Jackson, sadler 
Cooper Allison, roper 
Thomas Thompson, marriner 
Ricardus Hall, taylor 
Thomas Rickett, glover 
Henricus Grey, merchant 
Johannes Wetherill, carpenter 
Bryanus Procter, barber 
Willelmus Varey, winecooper 
Chr. Banks, joyner 
Benj animus Hawks worth, roper 
Jonas Prince, flaxdresser 
Willelmus Wood, carpenter 
Johannes Harwood, girdler 
Ricardus Musgrave, whitesmith 
Georgius Earl, carpenter 
Daniel Cooper, baker 
Chr. Johnson, cordwainer 
Thomas Flawith, joyner 
Robertus Elley, weaver 
Jonas Hillary, cordwainer 
Thomas Musgrave, sadler 
Robertus Plowman, joyner 
Willelmus Nicholson, fishmonger 
Johannes Tunstall, clothier 
Willelmus Nightingale, weaver 
Nicholaus Morley, taylor 
Jacobus Boreham, per redemp. 
Ricardus Nicholson, carpenter 
Johannes Lawson, girdler 
Willelmus Myers, plummer 
Willelmus Townson, taylor 
Robertus Frank, marriner 
Johannes Wilson, writing master 
Montague Gyles, apothecary 
Thomas Pape, freemason 
Walter Holmes, dyer 
Georgius Carver, tyler 
Johannes Carter, joyner 
Robertus Gill, cordwayner 
Willelmus Chilow, cordwayner 
Thomas Smith, innholder 
Benjaminus Blyth, grocer 
Joh. Richardson, per ord. curine 
Ric. Farmery, saddletreemaker 
Thomas Masser, butcher 
ord. in committee '(sic). 



206 THE FREEMEN OF YORK, 1713 



Christopherus Walker, pinner 
Clifford Boldock, per ord. Dom. 

pro marrying a freeman's 

daughter (sic) 
Fran. Willison, merchant tailor 



Ralph Terry, carpenter 
Johannes Button, per ord. Dom. 
Josephus Hurd, butcher 
Job Atkinson, wine cooper 



PER PATRES 

Ricardus Dinnmoor, blacksmith, fil. Georgii Dinnmoor 

Robertus Perrott, clerk, fil. Andreas Perrott, generosi 

Franciscus Gainford, fil. Willelmi Gainford, gardiner 

Georgius Inman, fil. Thomse Inman, mercer 

Franciscus Swann, fil. Francisci Swann, carpenter 

Anna Askwith, fil. Marmaduci Askwith 

Johannes Douglass, fil. Henrici Douglass 

Georgius Escrike, fil. Georgii Escrike 

Johannes Milfeild, fil. Samuelis Milfeild 

Anna Fox, fil. Johannis Skipwith, merchant 

Ricardus Seller, fil. Edwardi Seller, brasier 

Johannes White, fil. Willelmi White, seargeweaver 

Thomas Weightman, fil. Willelmi Weightman, miller 

Arthur Manegey, fil. Arthur! Manegey 

Johannes Benson, fil. Francisci Benson, blacksmith 

Johannes Lare, fil. Arthur! Lare, joyner 

Josias Wilson, fil. Thomae Wilson 

Johannes Oliver, fil. Johannis Oliver 

Thomas Oliver, fil. Johannis Oliver 

Johannes Greenupp, fil. Johannis Greenupp, barber 

Johannes Knapton, fil. Johannis Knapton, millwright 

Thomas Kipling, fil. Carol! Kipling, bricklayer 

Willelmus Dawson, fil. Tristram Dawson, cooper 

Christopherus Whithill, fil. Christopher! Whithill, goldsmith 

Ricardus Senyor, fil. Johannis Senyor, painter 

Christopherus Holmes, fil. Christopher! Holmes, blacksmith 

Franciscus Colton, fil. Francisci Colton, cordwainer 

Benjaminus Turner, fil. Timothei Turner 

Carolus Miller, fil. Thomaa Miller, whitesmith 

Johannes Harrison, fil. Johannis Harrison, chandler 

Marcus Shaw, fil. Marc! Shaw, taylor 

Ricardus Marsden, fil. Johannis Marsden, cordwainer 

Georgius Lee, fil. Henrici Lee, miller 

Johannes Atkinson, fil. Johannis Atkinson, translator 

Henricus But try, fil. Thomas Buttry 

Georgius Fairburne, fil. Ricardi Fairburne, cooper 

Jonas Sutliffe, fil. Johannis Suttliffe, labourer 

Samuel Mowbray, fil. Thomae Mowbray, pinner 

Tho. Richardson, fil. Rolandi Richardson, hosier & pinner 

Benedictus Horseley, fil. Willelmi Horsley, painter 

Samuel Merry, fil. Jonathan! Merry, weaver 



THE FREEMEN OF YORK, 1713 207 

Willelmus Robinson, fil. Thomaa Robinson, joyner 

Georgius Johnson, fil. Willelmi Johnson, cordwainer 

Thomas Tennant, fil. Josephi Tennant, cooke 

Johannes Stephenson, fil. Christopheri Stephenson, whitesmith 

Georgius Beckwith, fil. Henrici Beckwith, cordwainer 

Thomas Goodall, fil. Tempest Goodall, cordwainer 

Matthaeus Graves, fil. Willelmi Graves, weaver 

Henricus Spaldon, fil. Henrici Spaldon, taylor 

Georgius Hunter, fil. Georgii Hunter, bricklayer 

Johannes Bean, fil. Johaimis Beane, barber 

Thomas Moore, fil. Johannis Moore, marriner 

Samuel Smith, fil. Johannis Smith, taylor 

Georgius Dodgshon, fil. Georgii Dogshon, cobler 

Willelmus Dodgshon, fil. Georgii Dogshon (interlined taylor), cobler 

Willelmus Knapton, fil. Johannis Knapton, millwright 

Chr. Richardson, fil. Chr. Richardson, hosier and pinner 

Samuel Laine, fil. Miles Laine, barber 

Franciscus Pearson, fil. Willelmi Pearson, sadler 

Radulphus Holmes, fil. Radulphi Holmes, trunckmaker 

Johannes Atkinson, fil. Johannis Atkinson, linedresser 

Henricus Rudsdale, fil. Roberti Rudsdale, innholder 

Johannes Pattison, fil. Abraham! Pattison, pewterer 

Thomas Walker, fil. Johannis Walker, butcher 

Jacobus Wynne, fil. Francisci Wynne, barber 

Thomas Richardson, fil. Thomas Richardson, barber 

Johannes White, fil. Christopheri White, tanner 

Henricus Sharpas, fil. Thomae Sharpas, chirurgeon 

Samuel Terry, fil. Willelmi Terry, cordwainer 

Simon Fawcett, fil. Simonis Fawcett, taylor 

Thomas Garbutt, fil. Matthaei Garbutt, blacksmith 

Thomas Blackburne, fil. Willelmi Blackburne, baker 

Richardson Dent, fil. Georgii Dent, taylor 

Georgius Catton, fil. John Catton, baker 

Jos. Waude, fil. Johannis Waude, taylor 

Samuel Camwell, fil. Michaelis Camwell, cordwainer 

Thomas Cade, fil. Thomas Cade, carpenter 

Johannes Cowling, fil. Johannis Cowling, cordwainer 

Christopherus Simpson, fil. Jacobi Simpson, innholder 

Enoch Blanch, fil. Johannis Blanch, porter 

Johannes Hodgshon, fil. Marmaduci Hodgshon, taylor 

Thomas Seamer, fil. Georgii Seamer, silkweaver 

Samuel Stow, fil. Willelmi Stow, innholder 

Jacobus Boynton, fil. Johannis Boynton, taylor 

Willelmus Greensides, fil. Johannis Greensides 

Thomas Johnson, fil. Thomas Johnson, innholder 

Robertus Greensides, fil. Johannis Greensides 

Robertas Dunn, fil. Thomip Dunn, bricklayer 

Thomas Oliver, fil. Thoime Oliver 

Samuel Sturdy, fil. Roberti Sturdy 



JOS THE FREEMEN OF YORK, 1713 

Franciscus Richardson, fil. Johannis Richardson, baker 
Georgius Walker, til. Jacobi Walker, taylor 
Johannes Wilson, fil. Johannis Wilson, labourer 
Alexius Wood, fil. Stephani Wood, vintner 
Willelmus Cowley, fil. Francisci Cowley, cobler 
Johannes Pennington, fil. Johannis Pennington, sledman 
Ricardus Douglass, fil. Henrici Douglass, miller 
Willelmus Allen, fil. Samuelis Allen, taylor 
Johannes Harrison, fil. Johannis Harrison, pewterer 
Georgius Harrison, fil. Johannis Harrison, pewterer 
Willelmus Bentley, fil. Samuelis Bentley, carpenter 
Robertas Anderson, fil. Willelmi Anderson, cordwainer 
Georgius Hudson, fil. Georgii Hudson, shipwright 
Johannes Savage, fil. Georgii Savage, miller 
Johannes Moor, fil. Francisci Moor, cooper 
Willelmus Brogden, fil. Edwardi Brogden, translator 
Willelmus Halliday, fil. Johannis Halliday, merchant 
Petrus Richardson, fil. Jacobi Richardson 
Radulphus Loftus, fil. Roberti Loftus, taylor 
Thomas Hare, fil. Ricardi Hare, painter 
Henricus Swaile, fil. Thomae Swaile, tanner 
Thomas Burton, fil. Thomas Burton, whitesmith 
Michael Cowburne, fil. Michaelis Cowburne, bricklayer 
Willelmus Harwood, fil. Edwardi Harwood, cobler 
Willelmus Swaile, fil. Willelmi Swaile, bricklayer 
Thomas Robinson, fil. Henrici Robinson, weaver 
Robertus Fleeming, fil. Thomas Fleeming, taylor 
Isaacus Baythorn, fil. Isaaci Baythorne, porter 
Michael Olley, fil. Malego Olley, shipwright 
Chr. Darbyshire, fil. Matthaei Darbyshire, skinner 
Ricardus Young, fil. Thomas Young, brickmaker 
Thomas Swaile, fil. Thomae Swaile, bricklayer 
Robertus Farrar, fil. Willelmi Farrar, packer 
Petrus Buttry, fil. Jos. Buttry, taylor 
Willelmus Calvert, fil. Johannis Calvert, butcher 
Christopherus Hall, fil. Edwardi Hall, butcher 
Joshua Mace, fil. Elishae Mace, merchant taylor 
Willelmus Harding, stuff presser to the manufactory 
Johannes Battersby, fil. Thomae Battersby, carpenter 
Johannes Sherwin, fil. Georgii Sherwin, cordwainer 
Georgius Metcalfe, fil. Thomae Metcalfe, butcher 
Willelmus Burton, fil. Willelmi Burton, brewer 
Lancelott Scutcheon, fil. Johannis Scutcheon, whitesmith 
Thomas Perse, weaver to the manufactory 
Thomas Carter, fil. Thomae Carter, cordwainer 
Johannes Sen j or, fil. Johannis Senyor, painter 
Ricardus Burton, fil. Johannis Burton, habberdasher 
Seth Agar, fil. Laurencii Agar, cordwainer 
Johannes Benvicke, 111. Thomre Berwicke, butcher 



THE FREEMEN OF YORK, 1713 209 

Bicardus Dalton, fil. Bicardi Dalton, yeoman 
Willelmus Cooke, fil. Johannis Cooke, baker 
Edwardus Wilson, fil. Edwardi Wilson, trunkmaker 
Thomas Gibson, fil. Henrici Gibson, baker 
Willelmus Lee, fil. Benjamin! Lee, innholder 
Thomas Meales, fil. Willelmi Meales, blacksmith 
Carolus English, fil. Johannis English, musitian 
Thomas Maskall, fil. Boberti Maskall, brewer 
Thomas Smeaton, fil. Thomae Smeaton, whitesmith 
Johannes Harvey, fil. Edwardi Harvey, marriner 
Willelmus Tiplady, fil. Willelmi Tiplady, weaver 
Johannes Tiplady, fil. Willelmi Tiplady, weaver 
Johannes Hill, fil. Willelmi Hill, bricklayer 
Solomon Thompson, fil. Georgii Thompson, taylor 
Johannes Bobinson, fil. Willelmi Bobinson, brewer 
Jonathan Briggs, fil. Jeremiah Briggs, grocer 
Henricus Swaile, fil. Willelmi Swaile, bricklayer 
Benjaminus Lee, fil. Benjamini Lee, baker 
Johannes Greensides, fil. Johannis Greensides, cordwainer 
Johannes Twist, fil. Caroli Twist, taylor 
Johannes Crosby, fil. ThomaB Crosby, butcher 
Georgius Marshall, fil. Willelmi Marshall, cordwainer 
Johannes Brookes, weaver to the manufactory 
Georgius Grainger, fil. Georgii Grainger, butcher 
Samuel Wheatley, fil. Willelmi Wheatley, innholder 
Jacobus Strother, comber to the manufactory 
Philippus Bobinson, fil. Jacobi Bobinson, heelmaker 
Johannes Harrison, fil. Henrici Harrison, taylor 
Adam Shaw, fil. Willelmi Shaw, linnen weaver 
Thomas Foster, fil. Boberti Foster, tanner 
Josephus Simpson, weaver to the manufactory 
Willelmus Forrest, weaver to the manufactory 
Christopherus Theakston, weaver to the manufactory 
Samuel Colbeck, weaver to the manufactory 
Benjaminus Burnley, weaver to the manufactory 
Johannes Hall, fil. Willelmi Hall, weaver 
Johannes Gryme, fil. Georgii Gryrne, cobler 
Anthonius Young, fil. Bicardi Young, weaver 
Solomon Simpson, weaver to the manufactory 
Johannes Price, weaver to the manufactory 
Willelmus Oxley, weaver to the manufactory 
Georgius Towers, fil. Thomse Towers, fellmonger 
Johannes Grainger, fil. Georgii Grainger, batcher 
Edwardus Smurfett, fil. Matthsei Smurfett, joyner 
Johannes Wright, fil. Petri Wright, linnenweaver 
Bicardus Wright, fil. Petri Wright, linnenweaver 
Willelmus Fewler, fil. Phillipi Fewler, joyner 
Josephus Barrass, weaver to the manufactory 
Jacobus Pollard, fil. Matthasi Pollard, whitesmith 

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Matthasus Dawson, weaver to the manufactory 

Arthur Dovers, weaver to the manufactory 

Thomas Scales, weaver to the manufactory 

Jonathan Jackson, weaver to the manufactory 

Josephus Blakey, weaver to the manufactory 

Jacobus Stephenson, fil. Isaac! Stephenson, silkweaver 

Christopherus Shepherd, fil. Christopher! Sheperd, blacksmith 

Johannes Preston, fil. Johannis Preston, cordwainer 

Benjaminus Manklin, fil. Willelmi Manklin, furrier 

Willelmus Williamson, fil. Lawrencii Williamson, carpenter 

Thomas Gibson, fil. Thomas Gibson, porter 

Johannes Cooke, fil. Christopheri Cooke, tanner 

Ricardus Cooke, fil. Christopheri Cooke, tanner 

Willelmus Richardson, fil. Henrici Rich[ar]dson, clogger 

Willelmus Copley, fil. Thomas Copley, innholder 

Francis Thirnarn, fil. Christopheri Thirnam, butcher 

Johannes Storm, fil. Johannis Storm, danceing master 

Johannes Hudson, fil. Johannis Hudson, baker 

Willelmus Thackeray, fil. Roberti Thackeray 

Johannes Newstead, fil. Thomae Newstead, carpenter 

Franciscus Nailor, fil. Roberti Nailor, upholsterer 

Georgius Parkin, fil. Georgii Parkin, currier 

Josephus Seamour, fil. Abell Seamour, watchmaker 

Anderton Manklin, fil. Benjamini Manklin, wheelwright 

Johannes Jennings, fil. Johannis Jennings, whitesmith 

Georgius Browne, fil. Roberti Browne, chandler 

Willelmus Lazenby, fil. Jacobi Lazenby, chandler 

Robertus Swinbank, fil. Isaaci Swinbank, clerk 

Ricardus Scott, fil. Ricardi Scott, butcher 

Willelmus Johnson, fil. Willelmi Johnson, watchmaker 

Johannes Walkington, fil. Thomas Walkinton, soap boiler 

Barnard Awmond, fil. Joshuas Awmond, merchant 

Johannes Stephenson, fil. Johannis Stephenson, innholder 

Jacobus Conyers, weaver to the manufactory 

Robertus Snow, fil. Ricardi Snow, dyer 

Ricardus Snow, fil. Ricardi Snow, dyer 

Petrus Wynne, cl., fil. Petri Wynne, baker 

Johannes Beane, fil. Johannis Beane, blacksmith 

Willelmus Archer, weaver to the manufactory 

Miles Robinson, fil. Thomas Robinson, shopkeeper 

Robertus Wilson, fil. Thomae Wilson, carpenter 

Johannes Tipping, fil. Johannis Tipping, shoemaker 

Johannes Micklefeild, fil. Johannis Micklefeild, baker 

Thomas Robinson, fil. Miles Robinson 

Robertus Beeforth, fil. Thomas Beeforth, shoemaker 

Johannes Barber, fil. Johannis Barber 

Willelmus Crake, fil. Roberti Crake, merchant 

Johannes Parkin, fil. Radulphi Parkin, butcher 

Edwardus Horseley, fil. Johannis Horseley, baker 



THE FREEMEN OF YORK, 1713-14 211 

Willelmus Burton, fil. Willelmi Burton, cordwainer 

Henricus Shephard, fil. Henrici Shepard* cordwainer 

Willelmus Yates, fil. Boberti Yates, tanner 

Abrahamus Hogg, fil. Abrahatni Hogg, cordwainer 

Thomas Haxby, fil. Thomae Haxby, merchant 

Franciscus Billiard, fil. Francisci Hilliard, generosi 

Bicardus Turner, fil. Joshuae Turner, tanner 

Bicardus Corn well, fil. Willelmi Corn well, armiger 

Willelmus Beeforth, fil. Boberti Beeforth 

Robertas Beeforth, fil. Boberti Beeforth 

Benjaminus Snow, weaver to the manufactory 

Willelmus Watson, fil. Johannis Watson, carpenter 

Jacob Cunningham, fil. Matthaai Cunningham, plummer 

Willelmus Nixon, fil. Nicholai Nixon, butcher 

Christopherus Foss, fil. Johannis Foss, butcher 

Bicardus Yates, fil. Bicardi Yates, fellmonger 

Christopherus Thirnam, fil. Christopheri Thirnam, butcher 

Johannes Burton, fil. Thomae Burton, pewterer 

Johannes Foss, clerk, fil. Johannis Foss, butcher 

Bicardus Leadall, clerk, fil. Christopheri Leadall, hosier 

Ricardus Spink, fil. Henrici Spink, carpenter 

Henricus Thompson, fil. Thomae Thompson, generosi 

Ruben Terry, fil. Johannis Terry, clockmaker 

Thomas Shaw, fil. Willelmi Shaw, linnen weaver 

Robertas Allen, clerk, fil. Henrici Allen 

Willelmus Gilbert, fil. Willelmi Gilbert, coppersmith 

Thomas Parkin, fil. Georgii Parkin, currier 

Johannes Hall, fil. Willelmi Hall, cordwainer 

Thomas West, fil. Thomae West, baker 

Tancred Robinson, armiger, fil. Willelmi Robinson, barronetti 



1 GEO. I, ROB. FAIRFAX, ESQ., MAJORE. GEO. THOMPSON, 
CHRIS. WHITELOCK, GILB. PARKER, MERCAT., JOH. POWER, 
MILLONER, SAM. WAUGH, INHOLD., CHRIS. FOSS, BUTCH., 
GEO. SUGAR, GIRDLER, ROB. WAITE, BREWER, CAMERARIIS 



Josephus Pretious, cordwainer 
Ricardus Bedford, blacksmith 
Willelmus Walker, cooke 
Leonard Grimbalson, innholder 
Jeremias Budsdall, baker 
Jacobus Waind, tallowchandler 
Hen. Greenwood, apothecary 



Will. Frubbisher, per redemp. 
Benjaminus Murgatroyd, butcher 
Willelmus Scott, cutler 
Obadiah Budsdell, bricklayer 
Samuel Hogg, marriner 
Robertus Cook, tallow chandler 



PER PATBES 

Willelmus Best, fil. Jacobi Best, carpenter 
Johannes Walker, fil. Willelmi Walker, tanner 

p 2 



212 



THE FREEMEN OF YORK, 1714-16 



Eicardus Atkinson, fil. Georgii Atkinson, currier 
Willelmus Ayscough, fil. Roberti Ayscough, coppersmith 
Willelmus Ambler, fil. Johannis Ambler, sadler 

2 GEO. I, RIG. TOWNE, ESQ., MAJORE. LEON. THOMPSON, 
MERCAT., CHRIS. ASH, WOOL. DRAP,, JOH. THOMPSON, LIN. 
DRAP., RIG. RUDD, PLUM. AND GLAZ., WILL. ETTY, JOIN. 
AND CARPENT., THO. WILCOCK, JOIN., ROB. SOMMERS, WILL 
SCOTT, CUTLER 



Josephus Buckle, goldsmith 
Robertus Ask, tanner 
Christopherus Sanders, carpenter 
Robertus Haughton, butcher 
Will. Waind, tallow chandler 
Jeffery Linton, wine cooper 
Willelmus Gill, brazier 
Henry Walker, tallow chandler 



Joseph Phipps, cordwainer 
Cotton Hudson, innholder 
Hugh Peacock, grocer 
John Barton, carpenter 
George Reynoldson, upholsterer 
Luke Goodal, innholder 
George Mann, marriner 
John Skelton, barber chirurgeon 



PEK PATEES 

Willelmus Hudson, fil. Willelmi Hudson, cordwainer 

Ricardus Bayne, fil. Johannis Bayne, mercatoris 

Georgius Marsh, grocer, fil. Ricardi Marsh, grocer 

Ricardus Middleton, fil. Ricardi Middleton, joyner 

Johannes Tilford, fil. Georgii Tilford, cooke 

Johannes Robinson, fil. Thomae Robinson, joyner 

Johannes Butterey, fil. Willelmi Butterey, glover and skinner 

Johannes Simpson, fil. Johannis Simpson, upholsterer 

Radulphus Howgrave, fil. Mattbaei Howgrave, translator 

Franciscus Jackson, fil. Johannis Jackson, carpenter 

Franciscus Richardson, fil. Jacobi Richardson, labourer 

Robertus Jeeb, bookseller, fil. Roberti Jeeb, baker 

Bernard Bawtry, fil. Jos. Bawtrey, upholsterer 

Willelmus Hotham, fil. Martini Hotham, miUoner 

Emariuel Allenby, fil. Ricardi Allenby, marriner 

Samuel Hillary, mercator, fil. Josiae Hillary, mercatoris 

Johannes Trowles, marriner, fil. Thomaa Trowles, cordwainer 

Samuel Dawson, mercator, fil. Thomae Dawson, mercatoris 

Sara Thistlethwaite, spinster, fil. Christopheri Thistlethwaite, grocer 

3 GEO. I, HEN. BAYNES, ESQ., MAJORE. RIC. BAYNES, WILL. 
HOTHAM, MERCATORIBUS, EDW. WILLY, BARB. SURG., JOH. 
YATES, HOSIER, JOH. SLARTHWAITE, INHOLD., HEN. GREEN- 
WOOD, APOTH., JOH. CLERK, GEO. JACKSON, UPHOLSTER, 
CAMERARHS 



Johannes Wenfield, marriner 
Johannes Kirby, tallow chandler 
Thomas Crosby, fishmonger 
Robertus Bigland, fishmonger 



Ricardus Jefferson, fishmonger 
Willelmus Freer, baker 
Thomas Jennison, cook 
Stephanus Lambert, butcher 



THE FREEMEN OF YORK, 1716-17 



213 



Rob. Kiblewhite, jr., bricklayer 
Johannes Pollard, pewterer 
Robertas Camidge, bricklayer 
Johannes Fentiman, bricklayer 
Abrahamus Matthews, joyner 
Samuel Geldart, cook 
Roger Shackleton, per ordinem 
Johannes Harrison, butcher 
Henricus Allen, mercator 
Joh. Palfreman, tallow chandler 



Thomas Peert, per ordinem 
George Bentley, translator 
Ricardus Preston, chandler 
Johannes Craven, translator 
Robert Chippingdale, per 

ordinem 

Joh. Nicholson, per ordinem 
Johannes Marsden, apothecary 
Thomas Mellor, per ordinem 
Willelmus Joy, per ordinem 



PER PATRES 

Thomas Thackeray, fil. Ricardi Thackeray 
Jacobus Tomlinson, fil. Johannis Tomlinson, pinner 
Edwardus Croft, fil. Edwardi Croft, plummer & glazier 
Johannes Young, fil. Johannis Young, stone cutter 
Christopherus Day, fil. Willelmi Day, taylor 
Willelmus Walker, baker, fil. Henrici Walker, silkweaver 
Samuel Smith, gardiner, fil. Willelmi Smith, chymist 
Willelmus W T alker, joyner, fil. Willelmi Walker, tanner 
Thomas Fisher, gardiner, fil. Johannis Fisher, innholder 
Willelmus Smeaton, whitesmith, fil. Thomse Smeaton, tanner 
Johannes Clarke, fil. Johannis Clarke, whitesmith 
Joshua Nixon, fil. Nicholai Nixon, butcher 
Johannes Hodgson, fil. Marci Hodgson, watchmaker 
Georgius Mawman, fil. Johannis Mawman, linnen weaver 
Willelmus Harrison, fil. Alexandri Harrison, brewer 
Johannes Wynn-, weaver, fil. Jeremias Wynn, taylor 
Johannes Long, fil. Jobannis Long, cordwainer 
Aucustalus Dodgson, translator, fil. Johannis Dodgson 
Ricardus Clark, translator, fil. Willelmi Clark, merchant taylor 



4 GEO. I, TANCRED ROBINSON, ESQ., MAJORE. SAM. DAWSON, 
GEO. STOCKTON, MERCATORIBUS, SAM. HILLARY, ANTH. 
SAWRY, JARVIS FARNELL, MARM. BUCKLE, FRAS. BUCKLE, 
CAMERARIIS 



Andreas Mercer, linnenweaver 
Johannes Burkensey, miller 
Johannes Clarkson, innholder 
Edwardus Lealam, whitesmith 
Ric. Barker, barber chirurgeon 
Thomas Settle, vintner 
Ricardus Green, linnenweaver 
Snawden Hall, tallow chandler 
Ricardus Lund, miller 
Thomas Watkinson, homer 



Willelmus Jorrill, miller 
Bryan Starkey, ropemaker 
Marm. Collinson, whitesmith 
Carolus Copell, paver 
Petrus Whitton, mercator 
Jacobus Young, gardener 
Jacobus Bernard, mercer 
Joshua Thornbeck, marriner 
Thomas Clifton, mercer 



214 



THE FREEMEN OF YORK, 1717-18 



PER PATEES 

Ricardus Cook, marriner, fil. Johannis Cook, baker 
Johannes Richardson, pinner, fil. Christopher! Richardson, pinner 
Johannes Jackson, innholder, fil. Thomae Jackson, innholder 
Edwardus Torton, painter, fil. Aquilse Torton (Turton), joyner 
Johannes Williamson, barber, fil. Johannis Williamson, barber 
Thomas Dawson, generosus, fil. Petri Dawson, generosi 
Thomas Robinson, whitesmith, fil. Thomae Robinson, sadler 
Johannes Richmond, tanner, fil. Henrici Richmond, sadler 
Henri cus Mackerell, cooper, fil. Roberti Mackerel!, cooper 
Leonardus Fleming, ropemaker, fil. Ricardi Fleming, ropemaker 
Samuel Smith, baker, fil. Ricardi Smith, baker 
Joshua Stott, linnenweaver, fil. Joshuas Stott, linnenweaver 
Wait Musgrave, marriner, fil. Johannis Musgrave, cutler 
Johannes Brack, fil. Willelmi Brack, painter 

5 GEO. I, JOH. READ, MAJORE. THO. DAWSON, FRAN. HEALAUGH, 
ROB. MILBURNE, JOH. NORTON, THO. JAMES, THO. HAMOND, 
THO. WEIGHTMAN, ROB. JEEB, CAMERARIIS 



Jonathan Hobson, cordwainer 
Robertus Perritt, jr., generosus 
Willelmus Leak, innholder 
Humphry Gowland, marriner 
Stamper Fenton, habberdasher 
Richard Wilkinson, cooper 
Joseph Baron, barber 
Thomas Dowthwaite, bricklayer 
Thomas Sproner, mercer 
Thomas Raper, carpenter 
Edwardus Henchcliffe, goaler 
Darey Preston, gentleman 
Thomas Birket, blacksmith 
John Bearpark, butcher 
George Gibson, innholder 



Robert Todd, sadletreemaker 
Thomas Rookhill, joyner 
Arthur Brook, mercer 
John Wilson, whitesmith 
Thomas Ascough, mercator 
Willelmus Day, butcher 
Jaquis West, tanner 
Jacobus Watters, cooper 
Willelmus Roberts, mercer 
Josephus Hollyday, innholder 
Thomas Robinson, barber 
Willelmus Westwood, translator 
Johannes Boyes, glover 
Josephus Becket, silkweaver 



PEB PATEES 

Philemon Marsh, mercator, fil. Ricardi Marsh, mercatoris 
Jacobus Kitching, jr., wine cooper, fil. Jacobi Kitching, hosier 
Johannes Wynn, fishmonger, fil. Roberti Wynn, fishmonger 
Georgius Shaftoe, fil. Ricardi Shaftoe, pipemaker 
Georgius Collier, fil. Willelmi Collier, miller 
Georgius Smith, fil. Samuelis Smith, marriner 
Henricus Tireman, perriwiggmaker, fil. Thomas Tireman 
Jonathan Tanfield, fishmonger, fil. Jonathan Tanfield 
Johannes Buttery, fil. Thomae Buttery, translator 
Willelmus Moncton, innholder, fil. Willelmi Moncton, brewer 
Thomas Baxter, fil. Thomas Baxter, bookseller 



THE FREEMEN OF YORK, 1718-19 



215 



Suckling Spendlove, mercator, fil. Suckling Spendlove, mercatoris 
Willelmus Fairburn, translator, fil. Georgii Fairburn, ropemaker 
Henricus Pawson, mercator, fil. ThomaB Pawson, mercatoris 
Willelmus Tesh, fil. Willelmi Tesh, wine cooper 
Bicardus Marsh, fil. Kicardi Marsh, mercatoris 



6 GEO. I, TOBIAS JENKINS, ESQ., MAJORE. HEN. PAWSON, 
MERCAT., JAC. BERNARD, MERCER, PET. WHITTON, BEN. 
BLYTH, APOTH., GEO. ESCRICK, HABERDASH., RIG. CHAMBERS, 
PEWTER, JOH. BARKER, UPHOL., JOH. BULLMAN, VINTN., 
CAMERARIIS 



Ricardus Hogg, marriner 
Johannes Straker, joyner 
Willelmus Smith, carpenter 
Georgius Tayler, cordwainer 
Georgius Gardner, joyner 
Jacobus Poppleton, bricklayer 
Thomas Bannister, joyner 
Willelmus Stot, linnen weaver 
Nathaniel Walker, innholder 
David Sanders, appothecarry 
David Hewson, vicfc. 
William Coates, vict. 
Gabriel Downing, vict. 



Jeremiah Hall, merchant taylor 
Francis Ellis, carpenter 
Charles Bean, merchant 
Charles Atkinson, grocer 
Obad. Thornthwait, cordwainer 
Sir William Milner, bart. 
Edward Thompson, jr., esq. 
Thomas Hardcastle, joyner 
Richard Potter, linnen weaver 
George Allanson, whitesmith 
John Gainforth, whitesmith 
Robert Carr, flax dresser 



PER PATBES 

Henricus Campleshon, jr., mercator, fil. Henrici Campleshon 

Rowland Johnson, fil. Isaaci Johnson, baker 

Philippus Campbell, fil. Danielis Campbell, barber chirurgeon 

Robertus Williamson, baker, fil. Tobiae Williamson, baker 

Johannes Hood, fil. Tristram Hood, blacksmith 

Josephus [Greenup], gardner, fil. Josephi Greenup, taylor 

Stephanos Maxfield, carpenter, fil. Benjamini Maxfield 

Sidney Cruttenden, butcher, fil. Thomse Cruttenden, clockmaker 

Johannes Hays, blacksmith, fil. Johannis Hays, blacksmith 

Oswald Woodhouse, flax dresser, fil. Roberti Woodhouse, joyner 

Willelmus Woodwart, jr., marriner, fil. Willelmi Woodwart 

Francus Lowther, bricklayer, fil. Nathanielis Lowther 

Matthffius Waterhouse, taylor, fil. Matthasi Waterhouse, taylor 

Jacobus Forster, cooper, fil. Caroli Forster, cooper 

Thomas Emerson, linen weaver, fil. Marmaduke Emerson, taylor 

Ambrosius Girdler, mercator, fil. Johannis Girdler, mercatoris 

Johannes Greenup, tayler, fil. Josephi Greenup, tayler 

Joh. Brocklebank, flax dresser, fil. Johannis Brocklebank, labourer 

Johannes Paget, butcher, fil. Johannis Paget, butcher 

Ricardus Milburn, clothdresser, fil. Ricardi Milburn, winecooper 

Willelmus Patrick, miller, fil. Radulphi Patrick, tanner 



216 THE FKEEMEN OF YOBK, 1720-1 

7 GEO. I, BIG. THOMPSON, MAJOEE. THO. BEVEBLEY, WILL. 
BOBEBTS, JONATHAN BENSON, WILL. HUTCHINSON, LUDOV. 
DABCY, JOH. LUCAS, JOS. SCHOLFIELD, JOH. TODD, CAME- 
BABIIS 



Simon Hutchinson, mercator 
Walter Farran, haberdasher 
Will. Haythurst, cordwainer 
Chi is. Reynoldson, tayler 
Richard Hardy, translator 
Peter Liversedge, brewer 
John Prince, whitesmith 
Carolus Bourne, printer 
Thomas Reed, merchant 
Henry Jackson, flaxdresser 
Robert Daniel, labourer 
John Craven, fellmonger 



Willelmus Huntly, furrier 
Ricardus Butler, linen weaver 
Willelmus Elston, miller 
Joseph Lodge, haberdasher 
Richard Tidmarsh, innholder 
Robert Scruton, tayler 
John Thompson, glazier 
Thomas Wilson, smith 
John Cowton, joyner 
George Gibson, heckler 
John Wilson, vict. 
Richard Bell, cooper 



PER PATBES 

Jacobus Pearson, sadler, fil. Jacobi Pearson, sadler 
Willelmus Gowland, jr., fil. Willelmi Gowland 
Robertus Newham, baker, fil. Roberti Newham, clothier 
Thomas Scaddlethorp, bookbinder, fil. Thomae Scaddlethorp 
Jerome Billingham, son of John Billingham, mercer 
Willelmus Bainbridge, tayler, fil. Johannis Bainbridge, cordwainer 
Willelmus Jackson, printer, fil. Johannis Jackson, printer 
Willelmus Cuningham, glazier, fil. Matthaei Cuningham, glazier 
Johannes Atkinson, marriner, fil. Georgii Atkinson, currier 
Johannes Dodson, blacksmith, fil. Georgii Dodson, translator 
Anna Marshal, mercatrix, fil. Johannis Marshal, mercatoris 
Lucas Lowther, innholder, fil. Nathaniel Lowther, innholder 
Gracia Leckonby, fil. Roberti Leckonby, basketmaker 
Mathaeus Walls, currier, fil. Georgii Walls, currier 
Robertus Whitehill, butcher, fil. Anthony Whitehill, pewterer 
Samuel Smith, marriner, fil. Samuelis Smith, marriner 
Robertus Fish, clericus, fil. Bethuel (? Pethuel) Fish, mercatoris 
Chris. Elliot, marriner, fil. Chris. Elliot, woollendraper 
Thomas Flint, coal carrier, fil. Thomas Flint, baker 
Thomas Killam, roper, fil. Thomae Killam, roper 
Thomas Mortimer, yeoman, fil. Johannis Mortimer, glazier 
Thomas Rycroft, baker, fil. Thomae Rycroft, translator 
Willelmus White, chandler, fil. Christopher! Wight, tanner 

8 GEO. I, CAB. BEDMAN, MAJOBE. BOB. WINTEBSKILL, WILL. 
THOMPSON, THO. HABDWICK, THO. WEIGHTMAN, MICH. 
BENNINGTON, WILL. BBOWN, SETH LAZENBY, THO. VABLEY, 
CAMEBABIIS 

\Vill. Midgley, painter stainer Willelmus Coates, fellmonger 
Edw. Addison, merchant tayler Johannes Tate, taylor 



THE FEEEMEN OF YORK, 1721 



217 



Mathew Cocken, tayler 
Willelmus Mathews, tayler 
Christopherus Acred, miller 
Mathew Goldthorp, baker 
Robertas Armorer, carpenter 
Willelmus Robinson, tayler 
Georgius Bullock, linedresser 
Johannes Bullock, linedresser 
Samuel Sydal, carpenter 
Jo[n]athan Causon, blacksmith 
Johannes Thompson, tanner 
Thomas Barn, heckler 
Georgius Newby, tayler 
Joh. Cooper, tallow chandler 
Johannes Bickers, whitesmith 
Joh. Jenkinson, barber chir- 

urgeon 

Ricardus Ickeringal, cordwainer 
Joh. Mathews, artizan skinner 
Theophilus Waite, butcher 
James Flesher, butcher 
Peter Hunter, baker 
Ricardus Harrison, baker 
Ricardus Johnson, flaxdresser 
John Hodgson, cooper 
Robert Cooper, shipwright 
Richard Broadley, combmaker 
Richard Atkinson, felmonger 
Thomas Hardy, miller 
Thomas Mounsor, tayler 
John Hillary, cordwainer 
Willelmus Frankland, tayler 
Thomas Lazenby, lynedresser 
Thomas Simpson, cordwainer 
Thomas Wyrell, whitesmith 
Henry Jebb, cordwainer 
Johannes Mathews, wine cooper 
James Gresham, tayler 
Tobias Skelton, cordwainer 
Georgius Simpson, tayler 
Willelmus White, seargeweaver 
Willelmus Seamour, silkweaver 
Henry Turpin, felmonger 
Thomas Wilson, tayler 
Barnabas Nelson, cordwainer 
Toundrow Poynton, pewterer 
Willelmus Kirby, artizan skinner 
Willelmus Bateson, mason 
Edwardus Heild, heckler 



Willelmus Sharprey, tayler 
Thomas Godson, heckler 
Humphrey Green, linnen weaver 
Thomas Hair, linnen weaver 
Thomas Thompson, miller 
Thomas Ward, weaver 
Will. Brownrigg, shipwright 
George Batchellor, barber 
Fran. Snarr als. Snarey, tayler 
Edw. Bradley, barber chirurgeon 
Leonard Robinson, barber 
Lancellot Drifield, mercer 
Richard Seller, merchant 
Johannes Ducket, tayler 
Richard Winfield, baker 
Johannes Waters, sadler 
Willelmus Thompson, innholder 
Ricardus Haddock, cordwainer 
Willelmus Plowman, translator 
Willelmus Dowthwaite, gl. 
Fran. Durham, plum, and glazier 
Anthony Bosomworth, butcher 
Willelmus Cowper, baker 
Ricardus Roads, cordwainer 
Johannes Saunderson, painter 
George Anderson, linnen weaver 
Charles Leadam, cordwainer 
Ralph Bell, butcher 
Jabez Manning, barber chir- 
urgeon 

Edw. Heddon, barber chirurgeon 
Chris. Cockshot, wine cooper 
Robertus Harker, wine cooper 
Willelmus Legg, barb, chirurg. 
Robertus Ward, printer 
Timothy Hawksworth, currier 
Nicholas Chapman, marriner 
Ricardus Davy, tanner 
Johannes Pearson, flaxdresser 
Leonard Hallowill, cooper 
John Wrightson, butcher 
Petrus Barnes, bricklayer 
Johannes Taylor, grocer 
Philip Smith, whitesmith 
Willelmus Balden, tayler 
Tho. Smith, plummer and glazier 
Thomas Hotham, dyer 
I Bartholomew Clousley, currier 
' Cuthbert Giles, flaxdresser 



218 



THE FREEMEN OF YORK, 1721 



Johannes Kendrew, barber 
Thomas Liefe, pinner 
Lancelot Williamson, baker 
Will. Thompson, innholder, per 

ordinem 

Joh. Mason, miloner, per ord. 
Thomas Place, esq., recorder, per 

ordinem 

Draper Wood, grocer, per ord. 
Johannes Gibson, joyner 
Leonard Carnage, translator 
Willelmus Penrose, translator 
Thomas Staines, cordwainer 
Joh. Burrell, pipemaker, per ord. 



Joh. Colling, innholder, per ord. 
Anby Taylor, appothecary 
Georgius Rhodes, appothecary 
Hen. Lee, wollen drap., per ord. 
Tho. Godfrey, cole merch., per ord. 
Tho. Wood, winecooper, per ord. 
Samuel Thompson, tallow- 
chandler 

Thomas James, cordwainer 
Tho. Green, vict., per ord. 
Tho. Varley, innholder, per ord. 
Rob. Nalson, innholder, per ord. 
Robert Davy, esq., per ord. 
Will. Cawton, innholder, per ord. 



PER PATEES 

Josephus Leach, fil. Josephi Leech, barber surgeon 
Johannes Lawrence, baker, fil. Johannis Lawrence, tanner 
Carolus Charnock, junior, plummer & glazier, fil. Caroli Charnock, 

plum. & glaz. 

Johannes Elwick, merchant tayler, fil. Edw. [Elwick], merch. tayl. 
Willelmus Hall, linnen weaver, fil. Willelmi Hall, linnen weaver 
Willelmus Hollins, cordwainer, fil. Sampson Hollins, feltmaker 
Willelmus Silcock, whitesmith, fil. Lawr. Silcock, whitesmith 
Mark Pallister, whitesmith, fil. Marmaduke Pallister, smith 
John Beeforth, whitesmith, fil. Francis Beeforth, tayler 
Ricardus Roome, blacksmith, fil. AUani Roome, blacksmith 
Ricardus Patrick, blacksmith, fil. Abrahami Patrick, blacksmith 
Willelmus Sarjeant, marriner, fil. Thomas Sarjeant, mason 
Johannes Banks, fil. Johannis Banks, barber chirurgeon 
Johannes Pollard, merch. tayl., fil. Johannis Pollard, merch. tayl. 
Johannes Jolliffe, marriner, fil. Jacobi Jolliffe, mercer 
Johannes Brown, cordwainer, fil. Johannis Brown, translator 
Samuel Waud, gent., fil. Johannis Waud, tayler 
Lewis Wood, barb, chir., fil. Ludovici Wood, barb. chir. 
Zacharias Broxopp, clothier, fil. Willelmi Broxopp, clothier 
Matthaeus Hudson, baker, fil. Matthsei Hudson, baker 
Johannes Dalton, fishmonger, fil. Georgii Dalton, carpenter 
Jos. Richardson, pinner & hosier, fil. Chris. Richardson, pinner 
Will. Richardson, pinner & hosier, fil. Chris. Richardson, pinner 
Johannes Lazenby, cordwainer, fil. Johannis Lazenby, cordwainer 
Thomas Hardisty, tanner, fil. Thomse Hardisty, tanner 
Johannes Hotham, fil. Johannis Hotham, tanner 
Willelmus Jackson, carpenter, fil. Johannis Jackson, glazier 
Robertas Silburne, baker, fil. Jacobi Silburn, baker 
Henricus Richmond, sadler, fil. Henrici Richmund, sadler 
Petrus Moore, blacksmith, fil. Francisci Moore, cooper 
Georgius Harrison, barb, chir., fil. Nathan Harrison, waite 



THE FKEEMEN OF YORK, 1721 219 

Thomas Wake, cooper, fil. Thomae Wake, innkeeper 
Matthaeus Swan, wheelwright, fil. Johannis Swan, wheelwright 
Johannes Dove, marriner, fil. Henrici Dove, joyner 
Johannes Cade, carp, and joyn., fil. Jonathan Cade, translator 
Johannes Morret, jeweller, fil. Johannis Morret, butcher 
Willelmus Briggs, carpenter, fil. Johannis Briggs, carpenter 
Valentine Forster, taylor, fil. Johannis Forster, heckler 
Willelmus Addinal, tayler, fil. Willelmi Addinal, tayler 
Thomas Bacon, blacksmith, fil. Benjamini Bacon, bricklayer 
Chris. Newstead, tanner, fil. Thomas Newstead, joyner 
Georgius Newstead, carpenter, fil. Thomas Newstead, joyner 
Johannes Yates, fellmonger, fil. Eicardi Yates, fellmonger 
Franciscus Humphrey, tanner, fil. Johannis Humphrey, baker 
Samuel Oliver, ropemaker, fil. Johannis Oliver, ropemaker 
Tho. Holmes, tobaccopipe maker, fil. Rad. Holmes, trunkmaker 
Willelmus Hardwick, joyner, fil. Samuelis Hardwick, joyner 
Willelmus Jennyngs, joyner, fil. Willelmi Jennyngs, joyner 
Henricus Trewman, linnen weaver, fil. Will. Trewman, linnen weaver 
Thomas Rowth, stuffweaver, fil. Willelmi Rowth, linnen weaver 
Johannes Simpson, tayler, fil. Johannis Simpson, winecooper 
Willelmus Shepherd, fil. Willelmi Sheperd, tayler 
Benjaminus Shepherd, fil. Willelmi Shepherd, tayler 
Nicholaus Richardson, merchant, fil. Willelmi Richardson, merchant 
Georgius Haxby, winecooper, fil. Thomse Haxby, flaxdresser 
Thomas Waller, carpenter, fil. Thomae Waller, carpenter 
Willelmus Harrison, cordwainer, fil. Georgii Harrison, sadler 
Thomas Brown, bookbinder, fil. Thomae Brown, bricklayer 
Thomas Millner, fil. Thomae Millner, whitesmith 
Willelmus Baldwin, fil. Willelmi Baldwin, silkweaver 
Johannes Fleming, carpenter, fil. Johannis Fleming, bricklayer 
Leonardus Smith, mason, fil. Leonardi Smith, mason 
Thomas Powell, butcher, fil. Willelmi Powell 
Chris. Mitchell, tallowchandler, fil. Marci Mitchell, tallowchandler 
Johannes Blenkorn, carpenter, fil. Ricardi Blenkorne, carpenter 
Paulus Greenup, labourer, fil. Josephi Greenup, tayler 
Ricardus Robinson, weaver, fil. Arthuri Robinson 
Georgius Bulmer, butcher, fil. Thomae Buhner, taylor 
Edmundus Hillary, pipemaker, fil. Johannis Hillary, cordwainer 
Georgius Chapman, butcher, fil. Georgii Chapman, butcher 
Thomas Ingleton, joyner, fil. Thomae Ingleton, joyner 
Willelmus Swaile, schoolmaster, fil. Thomae Swaile, tanner 
Johannes Swaile, linnen weaver, fil. Thomae Swaile, tanner 
Chr. Robinson, cooper, fil. Willelmi Robinson, cooper 
Johannes Hansome, tayler, fil. Johannis Hansome, weaver 
Laurentius Slater, felmonger, fil. Lawrence Slater, felmonger 
Ricardus Bucton, carpenter, fil. Thomae Bucton, glazier 
Johannes Cobb, stuffweaver, fil. Johannis Cobb, joyner 
Robertas Blan shard, tayler, fil. Thomae Blanshard, miller 
Robertas Barwick, heckler, fil. Christopheri Barwick, butcher 



220 THE FREEMEN OF YORK, 1721 

Josephus Barwick, heckler, fil. Christopher! Barwick, butcher 
Jacobus Blanch, fellmonger, fil. Jacob! Blanch, fellmonger 
Jacobus Day, pipemaker, fil. Jacob! Day, tanner 
Johannes Armison, skinner, fil. Johannis Armison, translator 
Eoberti Ewbank, tayler, fil. Thomae Ubank, tayler 
Johannes Dodsworth, marriner, fil. Johannis Dodsworth, glazier 
Henricus Boswell, translator, fil. Henrici Boswell, translator 
Henricus Gate, tayler, fil. Henrici Gate, tayler 
Thomas Greenup, weaver, fil. Bicardi Greenup, sadler 
Benjaminus Harrison Pool, tayler, fil. Jacob! Pool, painter 
Thomas Mason, fellmonger, fil. Willelmi Mason, felmonger 
Thomas Hutchinson, tayler, fil. Johannis Hutchinson, tayler 
Johannes Banebridge, gardiner, fil. Joh. Bainebridge, cordwainer 
Johannes Howgrave, sledgman, fil. Eadulphi Howgrave, gardiner 
Gervise Towers, tanner, fil. Thomae Towers, tanner 
Georgius Jackson, tayler, fil. Thomae Jackson, tayler 
Johannes Squire, cordwainer, fil. Johannis Squire, cordwainer 
Johannes Smith, tayler, fil. Johannis Smith, tayler 
Johannes Stubbs, carpenter, fil. Thomae Stubbs, carpenter 
Georgius Alderson, cordwainer, fil. Ricardi Alderson, cordwainer 
Josephus Lee, baker, fil. Benjamin! Lee, baker 
Thomas Trewman, brasscaster, fil. Willelmi Trewman, brasscaster 
Johannes Weddal, tanner, fil. Johannis Weddal, instrumentmaker 
Thomas Lashley, flaxdresser, fil. Johannis Lashley, flaxdresser 
Georgius Kilvington, butcher, fil. Willelmi Kilvington, butcher 
Thomas Walker, fellmonger, fil. Johannis Walker, fellmonger 
Josephus Walden, cooper, fil. Joseph! Walden, cooper 
Thomas Parker, silversmith, fil. Edward! Parker, silversmith 
Robertus Hewson, bricklayer, fil. Johannis Hewson, labourer 
Matthaeus Thearsby, blacksmith, fil. Emanuel Thearsby, blacksmith 
Thomas Gascoigne, bricklayer, fil. Thomae Gascoigne, bricklayer 
Robertus Poppleton, tayler, fil. Johannis Poppleton, tayler 
Isaacus Simpson, winecooper, fil. Johannis Simpson, winecooper 
Willelmus Tennant, glover, fil. Johannis Tennant, linnenweaver 
Thomas Armison, translator, fil. Roberti Armison, translator 
Johannes Hemsley, tayler, fil. Jacobi Hemsley, tayler 
Thomas Piccard, felmonger, fil. Thomae Piccard, glover 
Anthonius Piccard, felmonger, fil. Thomae Piccard, glover 
Samuel Brown, glover, fil. Johannis Browne, glover 
Richard Alderson, stuffweaver, fil. Samuel Alderson, carpenter 
Johannes Gardhouse, tayler, fil. Johannis Gardhouse, tayler 
Johannes Robinson, heelmaker, fil. Jacobi Robinson, heelmaker 
Thomas Walker, fil. Ricardi Walker, dyer 

Christopherus Scotson, carpenter, fil. Christopher! Scotson, carpenter 
Willelmus Flint, baker, fil. Roberti Flint, baker 
David Fleming, joyner, fil. David Fleming, joyner 
Franciscus Procter, fil. Thomas Procter, appothecary 
Willelmus Mortimer, plummer, fil. Johannis Mortimer, sadler 
Thomas Hick, jr., fil. Thomas Hick, sr. 



THE FKEEMEN OF YORK, 1721 221 

Allan Hick, butcher, fil. Thomas Hick, jr., butcher 
Jonathanus Mortimer, sadler, fil. Jonathan! Mortimer, sadler 
Carolus Telford, clothdresser, fil. Georgii Telford, gardner 
Thomas Simpson, joyner, fil. Johannis Simpson, wine cooper 
Joshua Kipling, brasier, fil. Willelmi Kipling, brazier 
Antonius Walker, tayler, fil. Antonii Walker, joyner 
Matthaeus Towers, clothworker, fil. Thomae Towers, felmonger 
Michael Myers, clothworker, fil. Michael Myers, butcher 
Jeremiah Smales, baker, fil. Christopher! Smailes, merchant tayler 
Willelmus Buskill, weaver, fil. Willelmi Buskill, tayler 
Christopherus Green, gardener, fil. Christopher! Green, gardener 
Willelmus Eudd, linnenweaver, fil. Johannis Eudd, linnenweaver 
Thomas Barber, stuff-weaver, fil. Thomas Barber, baker 
Josephus Eussam, stuffweaver, fil. Samuel Eussam, marriner 
Johannes Wetherill, whitesmith, fil. Willelmi Wetherill, carpenter 
Georgius Birkhead, fil. Willelmi Birkhead, tayler 
Jacobus Buckton. glazier, fil. Thomae Buckton, glazier 
Thomas Lee, stuffweaver, fil. Thomae Lee, tayler 
Willelmus Eichardson, marriner, fil. Willelmi Eichardson, merchant 
Georgius Wright, blacksmith, fil. Georgii Wright, blacksmith 
Johannes Waite, tayler, fil. Thomae Waite, taylor 
Samuel Buxton, jr., merchant, fil. Samuel Buxton, merchant 
Willelmus Eidsdale, fil. Eicardi Eidsdale, linnen weaver 
Thomas Shepherd, fil. Johannis Shepherd, butcher 
Eobertus Crosby, butcher, fil. Johannis Crosby, butcher 
Eogerus Hanley, fil. Miles Hanley, carpenter 
Johannes Hewson, fil. Johannis Hewson, pinner 
Ebenezer Harrison, clothier, fil. Alexandri Harrison, brewer 
Willelmus Harrison, barber, fil. Nathaniel! Harrison, waite 
Johannes Hall, butcher, fil. Johannis Hall, butcher 
Jonathanus Thompson, shoemaker, fil. Briani Thompson, weaver 
Will. Scott, merchant, fil. Hen. Scott, apothecary and merchant 
Isaacus Patrick, blacksmith, fil. Abraham! Patrick, blacksmith 
Thomas Eead, baker, fil. Johannis Eead, baker 
David Benson, baker, fil. Eoberti Benson, baker 
Matthaeus Cagill, dyer, fil. Johannis Caghill, dyer 
Thomas Drinkraw, fil. Godfridi Drinkraw, skinner 
Josephus Layland, clothworker, fil. Jacob! Layland, mercer 
Johannes Garbutt, marriner, fil. Matthaei Garbutt, blacksmith 
Thomas Layland, clothworker, fil. Jacob! Layland, mercer 
Eicardus Tutin, bookbinder, fil. Johannis Tutin, merchant taylor 
Edwardus Mead, butcher, fil. Edward! Mead, butcher 
Thomas Burton, silkweaver, fil. Edward! Burton, silkweaver 
Samuel Clark, pewterer, fil. Georgii Clark, pewterer 
Willelmus Widhouse, grocer, fil. Willelmi Widhouse, mercer 
Josephus Slater, carpenter, fil. Michael Slater, carpenter 
Willelmus Boulton, fellmonger, fil. Willelmi Boulton, fellmonger 
Willelmus Hudson, silversmith, fil. Marci Hudson, sadler 
Samuel Hogg, marriner, fil. Abraham! Hogg, cordwainer 



222 



THE FREEMEN OF YORK, 1721-2 



Willelmus Earle, labourer, fil. Johannis Earle, coalcarrier 

Johannes Monckton, innholder, fil. Willelmi Monckton, brewer 

Johannes Tewk, stuffweaver, fil. Willelmi Tewk, blacksmith 

Johannes Campbell, marriner, fil. Danielis Campbell, barber 

Thomas Gowland, tanner, fil. Willelmi Gowland, tanner 

Willelmus Woodwill, cordwainer, fil. Michaelis Woodell, cordwainer 

Johannes Yeoman, tanner, fil. Eoberti Yeoman, tanner 

Edwardus Horseley, barber, fil. Willelmi Horseley, painter 

Leonardus Firth, cordwainer, fil. Leonardi Firth, cordwainer 

Ricardus Turnbull, butcher, fil. Boberti Turnbull, butcher 

Fran. Wilkinson, pipemaker, fil. Francisci Wilkinson, pipemaker 

Johannes Bolton, fil. Johannis Boulton, cooper 

Robertus Wilstrop, sadler, fil. Roberti Wilstrop, whitesmith 

Jacobus West, marriner, fil. Johannis West, pipemaker 

Thomas Wilson, fil. Roberti Wilson, marriner 

Edwardus Wemick, paver, fil. Walteri Wemick, paver 

Johannes Day, marriner, fil. Johannis Day, mercer 

Willelmus Day, yeoman, fil. Johannis Day, mercer 

Franciscus Day, fil. Johannis Day, mercer 

Samuel Drake, fil. Joshuae Drake, mercer 

Arthurus Greenbury, clerk, fil. Arthuri Greenbury, tanner 

Edwardus Battersby, carpenter, fil. Thorns Battersby, carpenter 

Johannes Smith, joyner, fil. Johannis Smith, joyner 

Sam. Harrison, haberdasher of hatts, fil. Alex. Harrison, brewer 

Eliza Hall, fil. Johannis Hall, merchant 

Harm. Musgrave, carpenter, fil. Marmaduci Musgrave, carpenter 

Johannes Raper, merchant, fil. Josephi Raper, merchant 

Stephanus Beverley, tanner,, fil. Stephani Beverley, tanner 

Johannes Braithwaite, joyner, fil. Matthaei Braithwaite, joyner 

Leonardus Wilson, winecooper, fil. Johannis Wilson, joyner 



GEO. I, CAR. PERROT, MAJORE. SUCKLING SPENDLOVE, THO. 
AGAR, MERCATORIBUS, HEN. GREENWOOD, BARB., JOH. 
HETHERINGTON, MERCAT. SCISSORE, EDW. WILSON, PEWTERER, 
WILL. ALDERSON, BRICKLAYER, JOH. FALKINGHAM, CURRIER, 
JOH. TELFORD, GARDENER, CAMERARIIS 



Thomas Johnson, carpenter 
Henricus Eastburn, innholder 

per ordinem 

Josephus Thwaites, innholder 
Ricardus Newby, innholder 
Robertus Pickering, tanner 
Rowlandus Herbert, flaxdresser 
Johannes Helm, bricklayer 
Johannes Watson, joyner 
Joh. Jellyson, innholder, per ord. 



Job. Vogler, brewer, per ord. 
Joh. Meek, sledgman, per ord. 
Geo. Harrison, victular, per ord. 
Thomas Daile, cordwainer 
Ric. Booth, innholder, per ord. 
Henricus Myers, merchant 
Robertus Kitching, innholder, 

per ordinem 
Tobias Johnson, carver 



THE FREEMEN OF YORK, 1722-3 



223 



PER PATEES 

Pbillipus Greenup, fil. Ricardi Greenup, sadler 
Johannes Hessell, marriner, fil. Johannis Hessell, marriner 
Petrus Bulmer, silkweaver, fil. Thomae Bulmer, taylor 
Thomas Fox, silkweaver, fil. Thomse Fox, silkweaver 
Johannes Bennington, grocer, fil. Michael Bennington, dyer 
Bartholomew Hardy, currier, fil. Ricardi Hardy, carpenter 
Carolus Pick, musitian, fil. Oswaldi Pick, musitian 
Josephus Smailes, gardener, fil. Chris. Smailes, merchant taylor 
Alexander Harrison, brewer, fil. Alexandri Harrison, brewer 
Johannes Morton, feltmaker, fil. Johannis Morton, feltmaker 
Thomas Lazenby, fil. Seth Lazenby, tallow chandler 
Thomas Fowler, fil. Thomse Fowler, fil. Johannis Fowler, baker 
Georgius Hardwick, fil. Jacobi Hardwick, cordwainer 
Johannes Smith, marriner, fil. Johannis Smith, baker 
Thomas Swann, winecooper, fil. Thomse Swan, winecooper 
Willelmus Humfry, baker, fil. Johannis Humphry, baker 



10 GEO. I, THO. AGAR, MAJORE. JOH. RAPER, JOH. MARSDEN, 
DAV. SAUNDERS, THO. SYDAL, WILL. THOMPSON, RIG. AGAR, 
AR., RIG. MANCKLIN, JOH. VOGLER, CAMERARIIS 



Chr. Blanshard, innholder, per 

ordinem 

Ric. Cherry, merchant taylor 
Jacobus Connyers, linnen weaver 
Johannes Warcup, milliner 
Jos. Wood, innholder, per ord. 
Jac. Lyth, innholder, per ord. 
Josephus Hutchinson, carpenter 
Edwardus Raper, mason 
Johannes Busfield, joyner 
Thomas Rainnes, joyner 
Willelmus Gray, linnen weaver 
Robertus Morley, joyner 
Edwardus Webster, butcher 
Tho. Renton, merchant taylor 
Amos Denton, bricklayer 
Willelmus Maddison, bricklayer 
Chr. Leake, innholder, per ord. 
Johannes Brewster, joyner 
John Heilileigh, mercator 
Chr. Rawden, brewer, per ord. 



Solomon Preston, butcher 
Ric. Neallale, draper, per ord. 
Willelmus Atkinson, carpenter 
Ricardus Hansom, carpenter 
Matthaaus Hesle, marriner 
Samuel is Rhodes, weaver, per 

ordinem 

Hen. Asbrook, brewer, per ord. 
Chas. Hutton, innholder, p. ord. 
Josephus Scott, vintner, per ord. 
Cornelius Barker, plumer 
Ricardus Duckworth, translator 
Matthaeus Abbey, shipwright 
Jacobus Thompson, barb. surg. 

per ordinem 

Thomas Gent, printer, per ord. 
Johannes Hodgson, innholder 
Edw. Thweng, colemerchant 
Henricus Driffield, linnenweaver 
Marmaducus Bullock, whitesmith 
Johannes Jefferson, pannyerman 



PER PATRES 

Rob. Beeforth, mercator scissor, fil. Francisci Beeforth, merct. scis. 
Juditha Deighton, spinster, fil. Robert! Deighton, tanner 



224 



THE FEEEMEN OF YOEK, 1723-4 



Alicia Kirkshaw, vidua, fil. Nathanielis Day, shoemaker 
Jacobus Layland, mercator scissor, fil. Jacobi Layland, mercat. 
Jacobus Sutcliffe, serge weaver, fil. Henri ci Sutcliffe, miller 
Martin Croft, plum, and glaz., fil. Edw. Croft, plum, and glaz. 
Johannes Barber, carpenter, fil. Thomae Barber, baker 
Bicardus Johnson, ropemaker, fil. Ricardi Johnson, cordwainer 
Eobertus Jefferys, butcher, fil. Eicardi Jefferys, butcher 
Bicardus Young, fil. Henrici Young, linnen weaver 
Bicardus Tipin, fil. Johannis Tipin, cordwainer 
Jacobus Howlett, joyner, fil. Ben. Hewlett, woollen draper 
Jacobus Brooklebank, marriner, fil. Johannis Brooklebank, labourer 
Edw. Seller, coppersmith and brazier, fil. Edw. Seller, generosi 



11 GEO. I, WILL. COENWELL, MAJOEE. PET. CASS, JOH. HAUGHTON, 
DAV. WOOD, JAG. BOEEHAM, JOH. BICHAEDSON, NATH. EAEBY, 
JUNIOEE, JOH. LUNN, JOH. PACEY, CAMEEAEIIS 



Marcus Ambler, innhold., per ord. 
Marmaducus Tunstall, white- 
smith 

Tho. Carlton, merchant taylor 
Bicardus Dixon, bridlecutter 
Tho. Bhodes, plum, and glazier 
Willelmus Wrightson, currier 
Willelmus Howes, baker 
George Brumpton, winecooper 
John Shepherd, linnen weaver 
Hen. Bradley, innholder, per ord. 
Bob. Hutchinson, innholder, per 

ordinem 

Robertus Matchell, joyner 
Will. Barnard, barberchirurgeon 
Tho. Sands, fellmonger & glover 
Johannes Harwood, carpenter 
Johannes Inman, translator 
Bobertus Nicholson, whitesmith, 
per ordinem 



Jacobus Marshall, joyner 
Bobertus Young, gardener 
Josephus Fawell, butcher 
Bobertus Crosby, gardiner 
Christopherus Etherington, lin. 

drap., per ordinem 
Tho. Goodal, innholder, per ord. 
Johannes Kirton, carpenter 
Bobertus Sumners, merchant & 

draper 
Willelmus Scourfield, druggist, 

appothecary, and chymist 
Tho. Bainforth, als. Rentforth, 

carpenter 

Matthams Smith, baker 
Beginald Alderson, barb. surg. 
Johannes Thompson, winecooper 
Bic. Corney, millner, per ord. 
Johannes Theakston, whitesmith 
Thomas Hardy, innholder 



PEE PATEES 

Henricus Turner, barb. chir. and perriwig maker, fil. Danielis 

Turner, goldsmith 

Thomas Smith, flaxdresser, fil. Thomae Smith, porter 
Willelmus Sommers, brewer, fil. Boberti Sommers, brewer 
Willelmus Weightman, glover, fil. Thomae Weightman, miller 
Leonardus Hollins, fil. Sampsonis Hollins, feltmaker 
Henricus Ovington, brewer, fil. Thomae Ovington, brewer 
Barehead Atkinson, barber chirurgeon, fil. Edw. Atkinson, barb. chir. 
Bobertus Hunter, fil. Georgii Hunter, bricklayer 



THE FREEMEN OF YOEK, 1724-5 225 

Thomas Buttry, fil. Thomae Buttry, translator 

Henricus Knapton, fil. Henrici Knapton, cordwainer 

Marmaducus Mashrother, fil. Georgii Mashrother, cutler 

Johannes Smith, fil. Christopher! Smith, merchant 

Jac. Markenfield als. Marfield, joyner, fil. Michaelis Markenfield 

als. Marfield, barber surgeon 

Willelmus Bossell, translator, fil. Henrici Bossell, translator 
Franciscus Birkhead, fil. Willelmi Birkhead, merchant taylor 
Jacobus Robinson, fil. Jacobi Robinson, heelmaker 
Johannes Gowland, fil. Johannis Gowland, barber surgeon 
Robertus Wilton, cordwainer, fil. Willelmi Wilton, cordwainer 
Johannes Waud, merchant taylor, fil. Joh. Waud, merchant taylor 
Robertus Hardy, carpenter, fil. Robert! Hardy, carpenter 
Jacobus Whitehill, bricklayer, fil. Johannis Whitehall, bricklayer 
Christopherus Merry, bricklayer, fil. Christopher! Merry, bricklayer 
Carolus Kipling, bricklayer, fil. Carol! Kipling, bricklayer 
Nicholaus Stot, linnenweaver, fil. Joshuse Stot, linnenweaver 
Georgius Oliver, fil. Willelmi Oliver, vintner 
Johannes Shepherd, fil. Jacobi Shepherd, butcher 
Tho. Hutchinson, mercat. scis., fil. Will. Hutchinson, mercat. scis. 
Johannes Smith, mason, fil. Leonard! Smith, mason 
Eliza. Earby, fil. Nathaniel Earby, winecooper 
Thomas Wilson, mercator scissor, fil. Johannis Wilson, joyner 
Matthaeus Hall, generosus, fil. Johannis Hall, mercatoris 
Franciscus Byas, fishmonger, fil. Thomas (blank) 
Johannes Preston, jr., brewer, fil. Johannis Preston, tanner 
Josephus Buttry, marriner, fil. Johannis Buttry, marriner 
Johannes White, printer, fil. Johannis White, printer 
Edw. Lambert, fil. Edward! Lambert, fishmonger and marriner 
Robertus Wright, cooper, fil. Henrici Wright, winecooper 
Thomas Greenup, shipcarpenter, fil. Johannis Greenup, barber 
Ricardus Garland, cooper, fil. Johannis Garland, cooper 
Franciscus Jefferson, grocer, fil. Edward! Jefferson, grocer 
Willelmus Stephenson, fil. Roberti Stephenson, apothecary 

12 GEO. I, SAM. CLARKE, MAJORE. MATH. HALL, ARTH. BROOKS, 
RIG. ATKINSON, HEN. GREY, GEO. RHODES, LUKE LOWTHER, 
JOS. BUCKLE, STAMPER FENTON, CAMERARIIS 

Henricus Bower, appothecary | Willelmus Vessey, tinner 

Johannes Hill, cordwainer I Thomas Fetherston, brewer 

Ricardus Topliffe, pewterer Will. Nelson, merchant tayler 

Josephus Calvert, baker | Christopherus Boyes, apothecary 



Franciscus Winington, butcher 
John Wright, taylor 
Dorothy Swailes, tayler 



& grocer 
Abrahamus Artus, joyner 
Barbara Napier, mercer 



Samuel Pickering, tanner j Thomas Norfolk, mercer 

Jeremiah Solden, barber solden Leonard Severs, butcher 

(sic) \ John Cateness, bricklayer 

VOL. u. Q 



226 



THE FREEMEN OF YORK, 1725 



Willelmus Musgrave, mercator 
Edwardus Jewitt, flaxdresser 
Willelmus Westwood, porter 
Ricardus Crosby, baker 
Paulus Glenton, merchant tayler 
Johannes Bentley, silversmith 
Thomas Moseley, apothecary 
Rob. Woodburne, porter, per ord. 
Johannes Hearron, ropemaker 
Robert Plowman, wheelwright 
Henry Launsdale, fishmonger & 

glover 
Alex. Frasier, joyn. and turner 



Willelmus Buttler, porter 
Johannes Hall, baker 
Willelmus Sowden, jr., yeoman, 

per ord. 

Joh. Headley, porter, per ord. 
W T illelmus Dawson, cordwainer 
Thomas Carter, yeoman, per ord. 
Will. Dealtry, hosier & pinner 
Josephus Heslegrave, porter, per 

ord. 

Johannes Stephenson, butcher 
Joh. Bedal, locksmith, per ord. 
Ric. Peers, apothecary, per ord. 



PER PATBES 

Georgius Dawson, cordwainer, fil. Thristrami Dawson, cooper 

Thomas Cash, tayler, fil. Nahum Cash, tayler 

Willelmus Aldridge, linnenweaver, fil. Chris. Aldridge als. Haider 

Ricardus Dalton, brewer, fil. Johannis Dalton 

Ricardus Burton, whitesmith, fil. Thomas Burton, whitesmith 

Thomas Matthews, fishmonger, fil. Tobiae Matthews, fishmonger 

Nathaniel Day, scrivener, fil. Nathaniel Day, cordwainer 

Johannes Collier, translator, fil. Johannis Collier, translator 

Johannes Foxton, marriner, fil. Willelmi Foxton, labourer 

Agnes Lee, mantua maker, fil. Ben. Lee, mantua maker 

Franca Fox, simpstress, fil. Josephi Fox, innholder 

Maria Healaugh, mantua maker, fil. Thomae Healey, milloner 

Johannes Cagil, sergeweaver and presser, fil. Johannis Cagil, dyer 

Maria Smallwood, milloner, fil. Nathaniel Earby, cooper 

Maria Tewk, spinster, fil. Willelmi Tewk, blacksmith 

Willelmus Smith, marriner, fil. Johannis Smith, baker 

Georgius Welburn, armiger, fil. Johannis Welburne, appothecary 

Thomas Hamond, barber surgeon, fil. Jacobi Hamond, combmaker 

Rebecca Stott, simpstress, fil. Joshuaa Stott, linnenweaver 

Willelmus Trowles, marriner, fil. Thomae Trowles, cordwainer 

Watkinson Wolfe, fil. Watkinson Wolfe, tallowchandler 

Robertus Haxby, joyner, fil. Thomae Haxby, hempdresser 

Anna Hawkins, mantua maker, fil. Johannis Hawkins, merch. tayl, 

Willelmus Edwards, glover, fil. Thomae Edwards, glover 

Johannes Fowler, fil. Thomae Fowler, fil. Johannis Fowler, baker 

Willelmus Kirk, joyner, fil. Willelmi Kirk, cook 

Franciscus Blaides, carpenter, fil. Henrici Blaides, girdler 

Jana Lucas, fil. Thomae Lucas, chandler & soapmaker 

Willelmus Lowcock, merchant, fil. Eleazar Lowcock, merchant 

Franciscus Thompson, fil. Francisci Thompson, carpenter 

Henricus Atkinson, barber surgeon, fil. Joh. Atkinson, merchant 

Philip Tate, tayler, fil. Philippi Tate, tayler 

Thomas Blackburn, gardiner, fil. Johannis Blackburn, gardiner 



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227 



Jane Stephenson, merchant, fil. Willelmi Stephenson, merchant 
Christopherus Buckle, fil. Willelmi Buckle, carpenter 
Thomas Buckle, fil. Willelmi Buckle, carpenter 
Thomas Atkinson, currier, fil. Georgii Atkinson, currier 



13 GEO. I ET 1 GEO. II, RIG. BAYNE, MAJORS. JOH. BENNINGTON, 
WILL. SCOURFIELD, THO. MOSELEY, JOH. PRESTON, THO. SWIFT, 
JOH. PERRITT, THO. MATTHEWS, EDW. SELLAR, CAMERARIIS 



Anthonius Moor, butcher 
Josephus Doughty, tayler 
John Tilson, translator 
Cornelius Smith, merchant tayler 
James Walker, milner 
Thomas Mooke, merchant tayler 
John Parkin, merchant tayler 
Georgius Deighton, whitesmith, 

per ordinem 

Joh. Hutton, brewer, per ord. 
Paulas Ruston, carpenter & 

joyner 

Samuel Aubrey, bricklayer 
Leonard Robinson, joyner 
Carolus Weightman, mercator 
Johannes Vicars, winecooper 
Johannes Rawden, felmonger 
Chris. Raper, innholder, per ord. 
Willelmus Roanson, barber 
Johannes Buxton, mercator 
Willelmus Coates, cordwainer 



Matthasus Rennyson, bricklayer 
John Snow, stuffweaver 
Willelmus Plaister, cordwainer 
Johannes Blyth, whitesmith 
Rad. Watson, brazier 
Henricus Knowles, stuffweaver 
Robertus Hartley, flaxdresser 
Anthonius Busfield, joyner 
Joh. Farmery, merchant tayler 
Sam. Ellis, belfoun. and brasier 
Willelmus Chippendale, mason 
Isaac Cooke, carpenter 
Geo. Johnson, merchant tayler 
Thomas Preston, baker 
Matthaeus Owram, generosus 
John Hudson, baker 
Hugh Savile, felmonger 
Georgius Fawcett, butcher 
Ricardus Braithwait, fishmonger 
Ricardus Wood, carpenter 



PER PATRES 

John English, milloner, son of Joh. English, merchant tayler 
William Wilson, trunkmaker, son of Will. Wilson, trunkmaker 
William Croft, barber, son of Edward Croft, plumer 
George Hebden, barber, son of Marmaduke Hebden, joyner 
Willelmus Williamson, stuffweaver, son of John Williamson, tayler 
Thomas Little, husbandman, son of Will. Little, husbandman 
John Silcock, carpenter, son of Lawrence Silcock, whitesmith 
Christopher Peake, apothecary, son of Drewry Peake, apothecary 
Thomas Ellis, merchant tayler, son of Tho. Ellis, merchant tayler 
John Buttry, son of Ralph Buttry, marriner 

Thomas Walker, pinner & hosier, son of Joh. Walker, merch. tayler 
Joseph Holt, marriner, son of Joseph Holt, labourer 
Ben. Lazenby, of Whitby, marriner, son of Will. Lazenby, malster 
John Mortimer, tayler. son of John Mortimer, glazier 
Tho. Hernsley, stuffweaver, son of Tho. Hemsley, innholder 
Christopher Dickinson, gardiner, son of James Dickinson, sadler 



223 THE FEEEMEN OF YORK, 1726-7 

Thomas Taylor, tanner, son of John Taylor, tannor 
Willelmus Clarke, tayler, fil. Edwardi Clarke, tayler 
Robertus Wood, carpenter, fil. Timothei Wood, carpenter 
Thomas Dodgson, combmaker, fil. Georgii Dodgson, translator 
Abrahamus Dodgson, ropemaker, fil. ejusdem 
Georgius Gryme, translator, fil. Georgii' Gryme, translator 
Willelmus Belwood, cordwainer, fil. Willelmi Bellwood, cordwainer 
Thomas Hodgson, marriner, fil. Johannis Hodgson, tayler 
Matthias Killam, roper, fil. Thomae Kilham, roper 
Arthur Coningham, tayler, fil. Matthsei Coningham, plumer 
Edwardus Carter, baker, fil. Edwardi Carter, baker 
Jacobus Wilson, flaxdresser, fil. Thomse Wilson, cooper 
Franciscus Waterhouse, roper, son of Thomas W T aterhouse, carpenter 
Georgius Sutcliffe, brickmaker, fil. Johannis Sutcliffe, clothier 
Johannes Inkeringale, cooper, fil. Johannis Inkeringill, baker 
Matthseus Hayes, "translator, fil. Willelmi Hayes, translator 
Johannes Wright, barber, son of Matthew Wright, chandler 
Leonardus Atkinson, weaver, fil. Johannis Atkinson, butcher 
Anthonius Preston, fruiterer, fil. Anthonii Preston, fruiterer 
Willelmus Dawson, fil. Johannis (blank), merchant taylor 
Thomas Bolton, linnenweaver, fil. Thomaa Bolton, linnenweaver 
Thomas Chapman, painter, fil. Georgii Chapman, butcher 
Jacobus Carpenter, painter, fil. Samuel Carpenter, carver 
Georgius Abbay, fil. Johannis Abbay, bricklayer 
Antomus Inkeringill, carpenter, fil. Antonii Inkeringill, carpenter 
Petrus Conn, girth webweaver, fil. Georgii Conn, bricklayer 
Georgius Ellis, merchant taylor, fil. Thomae Ellis, merchant taylor 
Leonardus Newcomb, fishmonger, fil. Joh. Newcomb, fishmonger 
Joshua Beeforth, whitesmith, fil. Francisci Beeforth, taylor 
Johannes Woodwart, marriner, fil. Willelmi Woodward, marriner 
Johannes Hardwick, ropemaker, fil. Samuel Hardwick, carpenter 
Samuel Hardwick, carpenter, fil. Samuel Hardwick, carpenter 
Georgius Atkinson, currier, fil. Georgii Atkinson, currier 
Willelmus Williamson, fil. Ricardi Williamson, cooper 
Robertus Gowland, fil. Willelmi Gowland de Hessey 
Joshua Burton, plumer, fil. Josephi Burton, plumer & glazier 

1 GEO. II, PET. WHITTON, MAJORE. DRAPER WOOD, HEN. 
TIREMAN, THO. RAPER, MARM. MILBURNE, WILL. SLAYDEN, 
THO. RODWELL, BEN. HAWKSWELL, THO. MELLAR, CAMER- 
ARIIS 

Samuel Scott, joyner j William Sidgwick, carpenter 

Thomas Boldock, flaxdresser Christopher Heslop, currier 

Thomas Ward, weaver, per ord. William Armistead, carpenter 



Hen. Conyers, innholder, per ord. 
Ric. Rayner, whitesmith, per ord. 
Fran. Gibb, innholder, per ord. 



John Gibson, bricklayer 
Samuel Whitaker, grocer 
John Chippendale, vintner 



Thomas Blades, translator ; William Jackson, hempdresser 



THE ERKEMKN OF YOKK, 1727-8 



229 



Jeremiah Smith, taylor 
Francis Mattison, carpenter 
Stephen Gresheon, vintner, per 

ordinem 

Robertus Taylor, joyner 
Willelmus Jackson, translator 
Ricardus Nelstrop, bricklayer 
Georgius Coates, glover 
Willelmus Ramsdell, pipemaker, 

per ordinem 

Thomas Battler, cordwainer 
Thomas Penrose, flaxdresser 
Thomas Clarke, miller 



Stephanus Gier, lin< 'dresser 
Willelmus Firth, joyner 
Johannes Marshal, joyner 
Hugho Boslam, joyner and 

wheelwright 
Robertus Simpson, shoemaker, 

per ordinem 

Jacobus Pickering, currier 
Geo. Skelton, grocer, per ord. 
Thomas Bland, linnenweaver 
William Wood, painter stainer 
Jacobus Rowe, druggist, per ord. 



PEK PATRES 

Jonas Drake, vintner and innholder, fil. Robert! Drake, tayler 
Johannes Suttle, mercator, fil. Willelrni Suttle, mercatoris 
Willelmus Heild, fil. Willelmi Heild, translator 
Johannes Hollins, butcher, fil. Lucae Hollins, butcher 
Johannes Mason, whitesmith, fil. Thomse Mason, translator 
Seth Lazenby, chandler, fil. Seth Lazenby, chandler 
Johannes Busfield, goldsmith, fil. Willelmi Busfield, goldsmith 
Josias Truslove, sadler, fil. Robert! Truslove 
Will. Sugar, tallowchandler, fil. Francisci Sugar, tallowchandler 
Georgius Smith, carpenter, fil. Willelmi Smith, chimist 
Edwardus Wood, barber, fii. Timothei Wood, joyner 
Thomas Horsley, painter, fil. Thomas Horseley, painter 
Johannes Lowcock, mercator, fil. Eleazar Lowcock, hosier 
Johannes Perritt, carpenter, fil. Jonathan! Perritt, bricklayer 
Robertus Thompson, marriner, fil. Roberti Thompson, marriner 
Johannes Johnson, carpenter, fil. Seth Johnson, bricklayer 
Thomas Watkinson, barber surgeon, fil. Tho. Watkinson, ropemaker 
Barbara Bolton, fishmonger, fil. Willelmi Bolton, felmonger 
Johannes Hough, barber, fil. Johannis Hough, cook 
Robertus Cooke, fil. Christophori Cooke, tanner 
Rebecca Etherington, spinster, fil. Tho. Etherington, watchmaker 



2 GEO. II, WILL. DOBSON, MAJOEE. JAC. BOBINSON, THO. 
SPOONEB, JOH. HILILEIGH, FEAN. JEFFEESON, HEN. BOWE11, 
CHEIS. PEAKE, JOH. NAPIEE, WILL. FEUBISHEE, CAMEEAIUIS 



Georgius Bannester, baker 
Thomas Head, jr., butcher 
Hen. Bewley, innholder, per ord. 
Thomas Hague, per ordinem 
Josephus Sunton, victual., per 

ordinem 
Johannes Cracroft, fishmonger, 

per ordinem 



Michael Daggett, barber surgeon 
Petrus Theakston, butcher 
Georgius Robson, butcher 
Thomas Sowersby, blacksmith, 

per ordinem 

Edward Moorhouse, merchant 
Jos. Audrien, innholder, per ord. 
Josephus Harper, bricklayer 



230 THE FREEMEN OF YORK, 1728-9 



Philippus Daniel, bricklayer 
Ricardus Coates, bricklayer 
Robertus Dent, butcher 
Johannes Haynes, sadler 
Car. Gordon, barb, surg., per ord. 
Thomas Lund, merchant taylor 
Job. Cook, innholder, per ord. 
Jac. Calvert, barber and perri- 
wiggmaker 



Thomas Sidgwick, whitesmith 
Robertus Ford, armourer and 

brazier, per ordinem 
Edw. Ward, innholder, per ord. 
Archibaldus Creighton, merch. 

taylor 

Georgius Westwood, baker 
Thomas Foster, butcher 
Job. Headley, plum, and glazier 



Ricardus Thackeray, winecooper j Joshua Pyemount, innholder, 

Thomas Abbott, girdler per ordinem 

Josephus Sowray, apothecary I Will. Taylor, innholder, per ord. 
Georgius Robinson, marriner 

PEE PATKES 

Georgius Ambler, sadler, fil. Johannis Ambler, sadler 

Job. Masterman, marriner, fil. Georgii Masterman, linnen weaver 

Johannes Buckle, apothecary, fil. Willelmi Buckle, carpenter 

Jonathanus Browne, carpenter, fil. Johannis Browne, carpenter 

Robertus Pearson, mercator scissor, fil. Lancelot Pearson 

Willelmus Morton, brazier and coppersmith, fil. Willelmi Morton 

Job. Dunning, mercator scissor, fil. Joh. Dunning, mercatoris scissoris 

Simon Buckton, glazier, fil. Thomse Buckton, glazier 

Johannes Richardson, fil. Willelmi Richardson, mercatoris 

Edwardus Jollyffe, mercer, fil. Jacobi Jolliffe, mercer 

Christopherus Watkin, joyner and carpenter, fil. Chr. Watkin 

Johannes Robinson, barb, surg., fil. Leonardi Robinson, innkeeper 

Robert Laytham, fil. Anthonii Laytham, carver 

Willelmus Dunn, barb, surg., fil. Willelmi Dunn, barb. surg. 

Johannes Beverley, cutler, fil. Stephani Beverley, tanner 

Ricardus Blenkorne, jr., carpenter, fil. Ricardi Blenkorne, senioris 

Johannes Etty, carpenter, fil. Willelmi Etty, carpenter 

Matt. Buckle, Spanish leatherdresser, fil. Thomas Buckle, felmonger 

Willelmus Hall, surgeon, fil. Edwardi Hall, innholder 

Edw. Wharton, winecooper, fil. Matthasi Wharton, merct. sciss. 

Johannes Wyrill, cordwainer, fil. Ricardi Wyrill, merchant tayler 

Ricardus Cowling, lanius, fil. Thorn Cowling, lanii 

Johannes Spink, baker, fil. Roberti Spink, carpenter 

Ricardus Spacie, hosier & pinner, fil. Willelmi Spacie, pipemaker 

Robertus Killam, marriner, fil. Thomas Killam, roper 



3 GEO. II, JOH. STAINFOETH, MAJORE. SAM. WAUD, GENT., 
HEN. MYRES, JOH. SUTTELL, GEO. THWING, ISAAC ROBINSON, 
JAC. MASON, BOG. SHACKLETON, BIG. CORNEY, CAMERARIIS 

Samuel Hick, whitesmith Leonardus Hill, linnenweaver 

Alexus. Simpson, cordwainer Tobias Rudsdale, coachmaker, 

Henncus Blyth, joyner per ordinem 



THE FREEMEN OF YORK, 1729-30 231 

Ricardus Simpson, whitesmith Martin Pickering, barber surgeon 

& pattinmaker I Johannes Harrison, innholder 

Joh. Buttry, joyner and sawer | Johannes Braithwaite, baker 
Willelmus Pattison, milner Ricardus Pulleyn, baker 

Ricardus Bewley, cordwainer Willelmus Burnley, mercator 



Ricardus Spink, mariner 
Henricus Grice, apothecary 
Matthaeus Shaw, translator 
Johannes Umpleby, translator 



Willelmus Carter, baker 
Will. Forth, vintner, per ord. 
Willelmus Baker, cook, per ord. 
Thomas Garland, bricklayer 



Carolus Fairweather, innholder | Johannes Todd, joyner 
Robertus Cross, soapboiler and i Stephanus Sharprey, per ord. 
tallowchandler I Thomas Craggs, dyer, per ord. 

PEK PATRES 

Franciscus Boddy, whitesmith, fil. Willelmi Boddy, whitesmith 
Thomas Hayes, cordwainer, fil. Matthsei Hayes, cordwainer 
Henricus Day, barb, surg., fil. Willelmi Day, merch. taylor 
Thomas Fowler, baker, fil. Johannis Fowler 

Willelmus Towre, bricklayer, fil. Roberti Towre, plum, and glazier 
Johannes Taylor, joyner, fil. Georgii Taylor, joyner 
Rogerus Bretridge, fil. Roberti Bretridge, carpenter 
Edwardus Lund, winecooper, fil. Willelmi Lund, felmonger 
Robertus Hudson, grocer, fil. Timothei Hudson, tanner 
Johannes Tesh, joyner, fil. Willelmi Tesh, winecooper 
Timotheus Turner, shoemaker, fil. Johannis Turner, clothdresser 
Johannes Webster, glaz. & plum., fil. Thomse Webster, glaz. & plum. 
Andreas Dawson, joyner, fil. Georgii Dawson, joyner 
Georgius Hall, linnenweaver, fil. Willelmi Hall, linnenweaver 
Thomas Carey, barber surgeon, fil. Willelmi Carey, combmaker 
Thomas Dale, bricklayer, fil. Johannis Dale, bricklayer 
Johannes Little, yeoman, fil. Willelmi Little, yeoman 
Jaques Priestley, mercer, fil. Johannis Priestley, mercer 
Robertus Glenton, bricklayer, fil. Johannis Glenton, bricklayer 
Benjaminus Hewlett, merch. taylor, fil. Ben. Hewlett, woolendraper 



4 GEO. II, JONE THOMPSON, MAJORE. CAR. WEIGHTMAN, JOH. 
LOWCOCK, GEO. SKELTON, JAQUES PRIESTLEY, THO. CLIFTON, 
JOH. BUSFIELD, JOH. WALKER, GEO. REYNOLDSON, CAMERARIIS 

Silvester Hicklington, habber- | Georgius Ripley, carpenter 

dasher ! Ricardus Farrer, upholsterer 

Samuel Garland, bricklayer \ Josephus Barton, carpenter 

Chr. Cook, hosier & haberdasher ! Emanuel Barton, bricklayer 
Francisca Hargraves, milloner j Georgius Marshal, translator 



Matthaeus Mitchelson, mercator 



scissor 



Joh. Cobb, victualer, per ord. 
Johannes Theakston, carpenter 



Willelmus Simpson, whitesmith 
Willelmus Daniel, carpenter 
Willelmus Hill, bricklayer 
Ricardus Gill, bricklayer 



232 



THE FREEMEN OF YOEK, 1730 



Willelmus Bretridge, bricklayer 
Henricus Breame, butcher 
Job. Mayer, generosus, per ord. 
Tho. Whitehead, generosus, per 

ordinem 

Ricardus Driffield, baker 
Ricardus Bachouse, barber 
Geo. Falconer, cook & innholder 
Edwardus Mould, weaver 
Thomas Barnard, baker 
Willelmus Benson, baker 



Job. Newton, worstidweaver, per 

ordinem 

Willelmus Cattell, flaxdresser 
Thomas Kellington, haberdasher 

and leatherseller 
Johannes Smith, winecooper 
Franciscus Phipps, butcher 
Johannes Girdler, marriner 
Johannes Wakefield, merchant 
Johannes Foss, whitesmith 
Lucas Napier, mercer 



PER PATRES 

Ben. Glazier (sic) Burton, glazier, fil. Josephi Burton, glazier 
Willelmus Thompson, clericus, fil. Henrici Thompson, armigeri 
Christopherus Holmes, pipemaker, fil. Radulphi Holmes 
Johannes Terry, bricklayer, fil. Johannis Terry, baker 
Robertus Clough, bricklayer, fil. Roberti Clough, bricklayer 
Johannes Vannard als. Vanner, merch. tayl., fil. Joh. Vanner als. 

Vannard 

Leonard Watkins, translator, fil. Christopheri Watkins, tayler 
Johannes Wheellas, flaxdresser, fil. Johannis W T heellas, flaxdresser 
Thomas Walker, bricklayer, fil. Thomae Walker, baker 
Johannes Swann, cooper, fil. Thomse Swann, cooper 
Brigida Gell als. Taylor, fil. Abrahami Taylor, fishmonger 
Johannes Browne, glover, fil. Johannis Browne, glover 
Ricardus Sutcliffe, linnenweaver, fil. Henrici Sutcliffe, miller 
Thomas Dalton, butcher, fil. Thomse Dalton, butcher 
Franciscus Cordukes, grocer, fil. Ricardi Cordukes, haberdasher 
Willelmus Hogg, lastmaker, fil. Abrahami Hogg, shoemaker 
Georgius Fowler, carpenter, fil. Philipi Fowler, carpenter 
Abrahamus Battison, marriner, fil. Abrahami Battison, pewterer 
Thomas Knowles, joyner, fil. Johannis Knowles, baker 
Timotheus Rawlin, felmonger, fil. Johannis Rawlin, felmonger 
Thomas Smeaton, merchant taylor, fil. Georgii Smea[ton] 
Georgius Blanshard, miller, fil. Thomae Blanshard, miller 
Johannes Murton, brasier and coppersmith, fil. Willelmi Murton, 

coppersmith and brazier 

Thomas Silburne, wine cooper, fil. Jacobi Silburn, baker 
Johannes Turner, clothier, fil. Johannis Turner, clothier 
Jacobus Richardson, mercator, fil. Willelmi Richardson, mercatoris 
Willelmus Foster, cook, fil. Willelmi Foster, cook 
Johannes Wilstrop, fil. Roberti Wilstrop, whitesmith 



THE FBEEMEN OF YOBK, 1731 



233 



5 GEO. II, HEN. BAYNES, MAJOBE. THO. BEAD, JAC. BOWE, 
WILL. BLYTH, STEPH. BEVEBLEY, JOH. BLYTH, GEO. BU11TON, 
JONATH. WHITE, GEO. GIBSON, CAMEBABIIS 



Carolus Bentley, stationer and 

bookbinder 

Willelmus Slee, brazier 
Radulphus Harrison, bricklayer 
Willelmus Cook, carpenter 
Willelmus Simpson, joyner 
Johannes Hep worth, joyner 
Johannes Plurner, pewterer 
Johannes Saxton, joyner 
Johannes Catterton, joyner 
Thomas Waite, whitesmith 
Thomas Shillitoe, butcher 
Ricardus Knowles, carpenter 
Matthias Butler, joyner 
Geo. Crake, shoemaker, per ord. 
Marcus Ambler, inn holder 
Leonard Bearpark, butcher 
Tho. Shipton, cowkeeper, per ord. 
Tho. Thackeray, victual., per ord. 
Will. Ryley, merchant tayler 



Steph. Kidson, merchant tayler 
Prashon. Ricardus, Comes de 

Burlington et Cork, per 

specialem ordinem 
Johannes Harrison, cooper 
Alexus Ferguson, joyner 
Chris. Whitehead, currier 
Thomas Mattison, baker 
Johannes Smith, carpenter 
Praehon. Carolus, Comes de 

Carlile, per specialem ordinem 
Chr. Oldfield, innholder, per ord. 
Tho. Heath, blacksmith, per ord. 
Ricardus Lawson, mercator 
Edwardus Agar, blacksmith 
Ambrosius Smith, mercator 
Hen. Hindley, clockmaker, per 

ordinem 

Edwardus Plumpton, silk weaver 
Johannes Granger, translator 



PER PATRES 

Willelmus Yeoman, upholsterer, fil. Roberti Yeoman, tanner 
Josephus Haxby, sergeweaver, fil. Thomae Haxby, hempdresser 
Samuel Tuke, stuffweaver, fil. Willelmi Tuke, blacksmith 
Edwardus Harrison, caster, feltmaker & haberdasher, fil. Alexandri 

Harrison 

Georgius Stephenson, merchant, fil. Joh. Stephenson, merchant 
Jacobus Taylor, tanner, fil. Jacobi Taylor, tanner 
Nehemiah Morley, tanner, fil. Nehemiah Morley 
Matthias Smith, lirmenweaver, fil. Matthaei Smith, linnenweaver 
Robertus Fewler, baker, fil. Roberti Fewler, innholder and baker 
Ricardus Dunning, whitesmith, fil. Ricardi Dunning, whitesmith 
Georgius Calverley, currier, fil. Willelmi Calverley, currier 
Ricardus Swaile, clericus, fil. Johannis Swaile 
Josephus Berwicke, butcher, fil. Josephi Berwicke, butcher 
Johannes Smelt, barber surgeon, fil. Johannis Smelt, butcher 
Willelmus Hudson, tanner, fil. Timothei Hudson, tanner 
Rokeby Scott, clericus, fil. Henrici Scott, apothecary 
Samuel Land, labourer, fil. Samuel Land, miller 
Georgius Benson, felmonger, fil. Georgii Benson, felmonger 
Thomas Johnson, whitesmith, fil. Christopheri Johnson, cordwainer 
Joh. Williamson, merchant taylor, fil. Joh. Williamson, merch. taylor 
Franciseus Greenup, vintner, fil. Ricardi Greenup, sadler 



234 



THE FEEEMEN OF YOKK, 1731-2 



Robertus Horsley, baker, fil. Johannis Horsley, baker 

Thomas Wyrill, baker, fil. Ricardi Wyrill, weaver 

Thomas Thearsby, pewterer, fil. Emanuel Thearsby, blacksmith 

Thomas Loft, taylor, fil. Thomae Loft, blacksmith 

Josephus Collier, gardiner, fil. Thomse Collier, linnen weaver 

Robertus Barker, upholsterer, fil. Johannis Barker, upholsterer 

Willelmus Pearson, merchant taylor, fil. Willelmi Pearson, sadler 

Edwardus Wilberfoss, marriner, fil. Edwardi Wilberfoss, butcher 

Tho. Webster, glazier & plumer, fil. Tho. Webster, plumer & glazier 

Rob. Truslove, barber surgeon, fil. Rob. Truslove, ship carpenter 



6 GEO. II, JAC. DODSWOETH, MAJOEE. JOH. MAYEE, MATH. 
OWEAM, GENTS., SAM. WHITAKEE, GEOC., JOS. LODGE, 
HABEEDASHEE OF HATS, EDW. WINWOOD, BUTTEE BUYEE, 
GEO. ATKINSON, CUEEIEE, EOB. STAINTON, SADL., CHEIS. 
EAWDEN, BEEWEE, CAMEEAEIIS 



Joh. Walker, cooper & innholder 
Will. Gill, flax & hemp dresser 
Willelmufl Cooper, glover 
HenricusFrankland, sergeweaver 

and woolcomber 
Johannes Clean, shoemaker 
Willelmus Ellis, brazier 
Rob. Scott, soapboiler, per ord. 
Georgius Dovers, joyner 
Tho. Thwaites, junior, innholder 
Radulphus Walls, carpenter 
Willelmus Hudson, carpenter 
Willelmus Harrison, butcher 
Johannes Sotheby, joyner 
Thomas Burnel, butcher 
Carolus Busfield, carp. & joyner 
Amor Oxley, grocer 
Luke Haxwell, whitesmith 
Thomas Dallamour, gardiner 
Johannes Catterton, translator 
Samuel Towers, barber surgeon 
Georgius Peirson, joyner & 

carpenter, per ord. 
Johannes Taylor, tanner 
Willelmus Hall, merchant taylor 
Willelmus Walker, cooper 



Heneage Thomlinson, sadler 
Rob. Smithies, merchant taylor 
Johannes Ryder, flaxdresser 
Will. Kettlewell, innholder, per 

ordinem 
Edw. Inchbold, innholder, per 

ordinem 

Thomas Wilson, smith 
George Berry, victualer, per ord. 
Johannes Lund, merchant taylor 
Franciscus Pegg, baker 
Johannes Barton, taylor 
Johannes Evers, merchant taylor 
Willelmus Steel, smith 
Johannes Rider, carpenter 
Joh. Mitchelson, linnendraper, 

per ordinem 

Joh. Plumer, innholder, per ord. 
Sir John Key, bart., per ord. 
Johannes Todd, gardiner 
Johannes May, marriner 
Johannes Bradley, apothecary 
Christopherus Hewitson, cutler 
Rob. Maw, carpenter and joyner, 

per ordinem 



PER PATBES 

Willelmus Hayes, marriner, fil. Willelmi Hayes, brickmaker 

Solomon Scott, miller, fil. David Scott, miller 

Robertus Morley, clockmaker, fil. Nehemiah Morley, tanner 



THE FKEEMEN OF YORK. 1732 235 

Michael Pollard, merchant taylor. fil. Matthaei Pollard 

Sampson White, freemason, fil. Georgii White, freemason 

Willelmus Relph, baker, fil. Georgii Relph 

Johannes Raper, marriner, fil. Johannis Raper, merchant taylor 

Stephanus Knaggs, marriner, fil. Marci Knaggs, cobler 

Willelmus Reynolds, barber surgeon, fil. Georgii Reynolds, milloner 

Will. Blackburne, joyner & carpenter, fil. W T ill. Blackburne, baker 

Joh. Lazenby, joyner & carpenter, fil. Tho. Lazenby, joyner & carp. 

Robertus Smith, grocer, fil. Samuel Smith, grocer 

Johannes Chayter, merchant taylor, fil. Henrici Chayter, bricklayer 

Carolus Fawcett, fishmonger, fil. Chris. Fawcett, sword cutler 

Paullus Matthews, innholder, fil. Tobiae Matthews, innholder 

Thomas Smith, merchant, fil. Samuel Smith, grocer 

Johannes Blyth, winecooper, fil. Samuel Blyth, baker 

Thomas Hall, linnenweaver, fil. Willelmi Hall, linnenweaver 

Carolus Smeaton, bookbinder, fil. Caroli Smeaton, bookbinder 

Johannes Scarr, yeoman, fil. Matthaei Scarr, blacksmith 

Johannes Cook, butcher, fil. Georgii Cook, butcher 

Johannes Walker, bookbinder and bookseller, fil. Johannis Walker, 

merchant taylor 

Johannes Ascough, mason, fil. Jacobi Ascough, merchant taylor 
Georgius Woodhouse, barber, fil. Johannis Widhouse, barber 
Georgius Dent, cooper, fil. Richardson Dent, taylor 
Samuel Fountain, inkhorn and combmaker, fil. Samuel Fountain, 

inkhorne and combmaker 

Johannes Heslington, translator, fil. Ricardi Heslington, cordwainer 
Matthaeus Lister, grocer, fil. Willelmi Lister, grocer 
Willelmus Lee, marriner, fil. Willelmi Lee, pinner 
Willelmus Spetch, marriner, fil. Willelmi Spetch, marriner 
Thomas Spetch, marriner, fil. Willelmi Spetch, marriner 
Johannes Harrison, gardiner, fil. Will. Harrison, merchant taylor 
Willelmus Barwick, ropemaker, fil. Christopheri Barwick, butcher 
Joshua Thompson, marriner, fil. Roberti Thompson, marriner 
Thurscross Topham, merchant, fil. Henrici Topham, merchant 
Willelmus Morley, carpenter, fil. Johannis Morley, cordwainer 
Laurentius Agar, yeoman, fil. Laurentii Agar, cordwainer 
Farmer Woodhouse, winecooper, fil. Ricardi Woodhouse, innholder 
Will. Dodsworth, clericus, fil. Jacobi Dodsworth, ar., major, civ. Ebr. 
Thomas Harrison, clericus, fil. Alex. Harrison, brewer 
Ricardus Lund, fil. Willelmi Lund, cordwainer 
Willelmns Hansome, tayler, fil. Willelmi Hansome, taylor 
Joh. Jackson de Hallifax, fil. Geo. Jackson de Tadcaster, painter 
Johannes Fawcett, gardiner, fil. Johannis Fawcett, taylor 
Johannes Oliver, tanner, fil. Jacobi Oliver, tanner 
Georgius Glenton, bricklayer, fil. Johannis Glenton, bricklayer 
Johannes Hillary, fil. Johannis Hillary, mercer 
Johannes Matthews, packer, fil. Tobiae Matthews, innholder 
Johannes Thackray, butcher, fil. Johannis Thackray, butcher 
Henricus Noble, baker, fil. Henrici Noble, baker 



236 



THE FREEMEN OF YORK, 1733 



7 GEO. II, FREEMEN MADE IN THE MAYORALTY OF WILLIAM 
WHYTEHEAD, ESQUIRE, LORD MAYOR OF THE CITY OF YORK ; 
GEO. STEPHENSON, RIG. LAWSON, MERCHANTS, JAMES JENKIN- 
SON.MERCH. TAY., ALEX. BLYTH, DYER, EDM. LEE, BARB., CALEB 
GREENBERRY, THO. FEATHERSTON, BREWERS, HEN. EAST- 
BURNE, VICTUALER, BEING CHAMBERLAINS OF THE CITY, 
AFORESAID, FROM THE FEAST OF ST. MAWRICE, 1733, UNTIL 
THE SAME FEAST, 1734 

NEW FEANCHISED MEN 



John Dixon, marriner 
John Clough, barber surgeon 
John Wike, blacksmith 
Seth Joy, miller 
Thomas Johnson, gardiner 
Edward Hare, translator 
John Ward, flaxdresser 
John Dallamore, marriner 
Thomas Kayley, stationer, dis- 
franchised and copy given in 
William Fox, translator 
Robert Rhodes, winecooper 
George Thompson, cordwainer 
William Jackson, taylor 
John Rooth, barber surgeon 
Will. Nicholson, pinner and hosier 
Robert Hepworth, cordwainer 
Thomas Harrison, butcher 
Richard Suggitt, butcher 
Rowland Potter, marriner 
Joseph Harrison, taylor 
Amours Dinsdale, cordwainer 
John Brockbank, taylor 
Joseph Towenson, whitesmith 
George Elliott, cordwainer 
George Coates, glover 
William Jackson, butcher 
Robert Browne, taylor 
Leonard Grembleson, barb. surg. 
John Matherah, marriner 
Henry Wheadley, barber surgeon 
William Tatham, barber surgeon 
John Dickson, butcher 
Matthew Joy, whitesmith 
Thomas Coates, taylor 
Savile Robinson, felmonger and 
glover 



Thomas Whiteoak, bricklayer 
Thomas Frankland, felmonger 

and glover 

George Turpin, translator 
George Peacock, stuffmaker 
Thomas Glenton, gardiner 
Esau Holroid, weaver 
William Giles, bricklayer 
Walker Carter, marriner 
Richard Corney, miller 
George Parker, merchant taylor 
Richard Mason, joyner 
Dennis Chapman, cordwainer 
Edward Atkinson, translator 
Robert Farrow, merchant taylor 
Ric. Buhner, merch. tayl., by ord. 
John Sowerby, innholder, by 

order 

Tho. Dinin, innholder, by order 
Thomas Steel, baker 
Nathan Farrer, cordwainer 
Anthony Dale, baker 
William Thompson, merchant 

taylor 

William Hudson, joyner 
Henry Williams, hornpresser and 

combmaker 

Jonathan Burrow, brasier 
Gabrael Holliday, taylor 
Martin Sandys, upholsterer 
Isaac Baylies, currier 
Joseph Lawton, ropemaker, bar- 
rister and heckler 
Owram Clarke, cook 
Thomas Bedford, bricklayer 
Charles Pearson, merchant taylor, 
Robert Bowland, cordwainer 



THE FREEMEN OE YORK, 1733 



237 



Robert Allott, wine cooper 
Charles Duning, trunk and pipe- 
maker 

Thomas Chambers, blacksmith 
John Thompson, cordwainer 
Andrew Bradley, carpenter 
John Haues, joyner 
Richard Varley, barber surgeon 
John Hope, barber surgeon 
Daniel Bywater, currier 
George Hart, trunkmaker 
William Middleton, hornbraker 
Jacob Bussey, ropemaker and 

harister 

William Slingsby, gardiner 
William Haley, currier 
Joseph Netherwood, brewer, by 

order 

William Fairfax, currier 
Matthew Wharton, gardiner 
Thomas Atkinson, bricklayer 
John Rhodes, plum, and glazier 
Thomas Houlden, vintner and 

inholder 
Marm. Marchant, brewer and 

malster 
Joshua Hutchinson, plummer 

and glazier 

Regnold Scaife, bricklayer 
John (sic] Thompson, baker 
Thomas Scote, sergeweaver 
Josiah Hotham, merchant 
Michael Williamson, brascaster 
Robert Barugh, glaz. and plum. 



Chris. Theakston, pinn. and 

hosier 

Thomas Terry, clockmaker 
Andrew Taylor, barber surgeon 
William North, flaxdresser 
Thomas Lowcock, merchant 
John Goddard, merchant taylor 
Richard Stracker, mason 
Richard Johnson, whitesmith 
William Carnage, innholder 
James Hodgson, cordwainer 
Matthew Mitchel, bricklayer 
John Potter, fishmonger and 

mariner 

Francis Jackson, cordwainer 
Jeoffry Linton, plumer & glazier 
John Harper, haberdasher and 

felmonger 

Robinson Wortley, barber 
Richard Marston, blacksmith 
Richard Wiley, grocer 
George Seamour, silkweaver 
Joshua Watkinson, innholder, by 

order 

Thomas Mann, joyner 
James Robinson, barb, surg., by 

order 

Thomas Dinsdale, linnenweaver 
Samuel Thornton, glover 
Ric. Goodwin, winecooper, by 

order 

James Watkinson, carpenter 
John Skilbeck, innholder, by 

order 



FREEMEN BY PATRIMONY 

William Masterman, linnenweaver, son of George Masterman, weaver 
John Taylor, tanner, son of John Taylor, tanner or felmonger 
William Wood, cook, son of Joseph Wood, miller 
Thomas Bulman, vintner, son of John Bulman, vintner 
Richard Harrison, clerk, son of Alexander Harrison, brewer 
William Hudson, baker, son of Matthew Hudson, baker 
John Roote, son of Timothy Roote, silkweaver 
Richard Foster, cooper, son of Charles Foster, cooper 
Zachariah Cobb, whitesmith, son of Zachariah Cobb, smith 
John Waite, butcher, son of William Waite, butcher 
John Bulmer, taylor, son of Thomas Buhner, taylor 
Richard Farrah, son of Robert Farrah, ropemaker 



238 THE FREEMEN OF YORK, 1733 

Francis Stephenson, merchant, son of William Stephenson, merchant 
Charles Yates, haberdasher of small wares, son of John Yates, 

pinner and hosier 

John Room, blacksmith, son of Allen Room, blacksmith 
William Holmes, brazier, son of William Holmes, brizier (sic] 
John Pockley, son of William Pockley, cordwainer 
John Cole, merchant taylor, son of Robert Cole, merchant taylor 
Andrew Wood, merchant taylor, son of James Wood, baker 
John Spence, tallow chandler, son of Henry Spence, tallow chandler 
Leonard Thompson, clerk, son of Richard Thompson, alderman 
Robert Reynolds, clerk, son of Richard Reynolds, merchant 
John Hunter, tanner, son of John Hunter, tanner 
John Wyrel, linnen weaver, son of John Wyrel, linnen weaver 
Robert Fountain, joyner, son of Robert Fountain, carpenter 
Joseph Watkins, flaxdresser, son of Christopher Watkins, merchant 

taylor 

Jeremiah Haider, flaxdresser, son of Jeremiah Haider, stonecutter 
Samuel Barnard, taylor, son of Isaac Barnard, taylor 
Richard Dawson, taylor, son of William Dawson, taylor 
Robert Carter, painter, son of Robert Carter, wheelwright 
William Farrah, milner, son of George Farrah, milner 
Samuel Allen, merchant taylor, son of Samuel Allen, merchant taylor 
Mark Mitchel, chandler, son of Mark Mitchel, chandler 
Richard Mitchel, barber surgeon, son of the same 
Marmaduke Sturdy, taylor, son of Robert Sturdy, cooper 
John Evans, marriner, son of Edward Evans, rnarriner 
Charles Foster, linnen weaver, son of John Foster, linnen weaver 
John Lucas, marriner, son of Francis Lucas, pewterer 
Samuel Day, labourer, son of John Day, cordwainer 
John Mason, felmonger, son of William Mason, felmonger 
William Hotham, haberdasher of hatts, son of Rob. Hotham, tanner 
John Harrison, linnen weaver, son of Thomas Harrison, bricklayer 
Edward Coates, painter, son of John Coates, brick layer 
Robert Drake, gardiner, son of Robert Drake, taylor 
William Shields, son of Stephen Shields, heckler 
John Cundal, cordwainer, son of Robert Cundal, cordwainer 
Robert Johnson, whitesmith, son of William Johnson, whitesmith 
John Baythorne, cordwainer, son of William Baythorne, cordwainer 
Andrew Gardhouse, cordwainer, son of John Gardhouse, merchant 

taylor 

Joseph Firth, cordwainer, son of Leonard Firth, cordwainer 
Joseph Marston, butcher, son of John Marston, blacksmith 
Jonathan Fleming, carpenter and joyner, son of David Fleming, 

carpenter and joyner 
Francis Parker, barber surgeon, son of Francis Parker, barber 

surgeon 

William Weddal, merchant taylor, son of John Weddal, instru- 
ment maker 
John Porter, joyner, son of John Porter, joyner 



THE FREEMEN OF YORK, 1733 239 

John Foster, barber surgeon, son of William Foster, cook 

Richard Blackburne, cordwainer, son of William Blackburne, baker 

Thomas Fleming, musitian, son of John Fleming, bricklayer 

William Tate, yeoman, son of William Tate, tanner 

Samuel Dodgson, labourer, son of Mark Dodgson, merchant taylor 

Henry Worral, labourer, son of Joseph Worral, barber 

William Richmond, son of Henry Richmond, sadler 

William Pullein, son of Henry Pullein, merchant taylor 

William Sutcliffe, labourer, son of John Sutcliffe, free porter 

Richard Chapman, shoemaker, son of William Chapman, tanner 

Valentine Nicholson, jeweller, son of Valentine Nicholson, gentleman 

Richard Watson, coachman, son of Thomas Watson, coachmaker 

Jonathan Killam, roper, son of Thomas Killam, roper 

William Tuke, cordwainer, son of Mark Tuke, cordwainer 

James Dove, barber surgeon, son of Edward Dove, joyner 

William Merrington, son of Michael Merrington, weaver 

James Fentiman, son of William Fentiman, tilemaker 

Thomas Ash, barber surgeon, son of Richard Ash, victualer 

Andrew Bulmer, brassfounder, son of Thomas Bulmer, taylor 

James Plumer, merchant taylor, son of George Plumer, taylor 

William Paul, taylor, son of William Paul, miller 

John Greenup, sadler, son of Richard Greenup, sadler 

John Fewsdale, cordwainer, son of John Fewsdale, cordwainer 

Thomas Kipling, translator, son of Anthony Kipling, bricklayer 

Charles Barwick, flaxdresser, son of Christopher Barwick, butcher 

Christopher Jackson, marriner, son of Richard Jackson, taylor 

William Mudd, carpenter, son of William Mudd, carpenter 

John Adcock, gardiner, son of John Adcock, linnenweaver 

John Lund, cordwainer, son of Richard Lund, tallow chandler 

John Fewler, son of John Fewler, baker 

John Cadday, grocer, son of Jacob Cadday, merchant taylor 

Francis Megson, barber surgeon, son of Francis Megson, tanner 

Samuel Gowland, gentleman, son of John Gowland, barber surgeon 

Joseph Hargreave, cordwainer, son of Matthew Hargreave, distiller 

John Nicholson, cook, son of John Nicholson, linnenweaver 

Robert Simpson, tanner, son of Gregory Simpson, tanner 

John Gawthorp, barber surgeon, son of Will. Gawthrop, cordwainer 

William Thompson, marriner, son of Robert Thompson, marriner 

Richard Wharton, cordwainer, son of Charles Wharton, barber 

Edward Glass, son of Richard Glass, carpenter 

John Hayton, son of James Hayton, linnenweaver 

George Watson, butcher, son of Emanuel W^atson, butcher 

John Cosletine, marriner, son of Philip Cozletine, marriner 

Valentine Nicholson, cordwainer, son of John Nicholson, linnenweaver 

William Nicholson, gardiner, son of John Nicholson, linnenweaver 

Thomas Newstead, son of William Newstead, tanner 

Thomas Richardson, son of Christopher Richardson, butcher 

John Morley, son of John Morley, cordwainer 

William Lazenby, son of William Lazenby, chandler 



240 THE FREEMEN OF YORK, 1733 

Anthony Duning, son of John Duning, merchant taylor 

Thomas Hudson, son of William Hudson, cordwainer 

John Wharton, taylor, son of Matthew Wharton, taylor 

Thomas Dobson, linnen weaver, son of Charity Dobson, brickmaker 

Thomas Sampson, son of Christopher Sampson, merchant taylor 

Edmund Wemick, paver, son of Walter Wemick, paver 

John Ayre, baker, son of John Ayre, baker 

John W T ilson, barber surgeon, son of Robert Wilson, sergeweaver 

John Farnell, flaxdresser, son of Jarvase Farnell, flaxdresser 

George Welburne, marriner, son of Richard Welburne, fishmonger 

William Stubbs, tanner, son of William Stubbs, carpenter 

John Shaftoe, pipemaker, son of John Shaftoe, pipemaker 

John Tesh, blacksmith, son of Matthew Tesh, joyner 

Conyers Romans, mercer, son of John Romans, innholder 

Henry Hoyle, brazier, son of John Hoyle, brazer 

George Carter, wheelwright, son of Robert Carter, wheelwright 

William Booth, shipwright, son of William Booth, barber surgeon 

George Reynolds, son of George Reynolds, milloner 

John Wilson, taylor, son of John Wilson, butcher 

Philip Rosendale, son of Philip Rosindale, heckler 

James Wilson, son of George Wilson, baker 

William Appleby, translator, son of William Appleby, cordwainer 

John Hall, brewer, son of Edward Hall, brewer 

Christopher Jackson, butcher, son of John Jackson, printer 

Richard Atkinson, barber surgeon, son of Edward Atkinson, barber 

surgeon 

Edward Sudell, joyner, son of Edward Sudell, joyner 
W T illiam Rodwell, pewterer, son of Thomas Rodwell, pewterer 
Jonathan White, stuffweaver, son of William White, stuffweaver 
Thomas Calvert, linnenweaver, son of Gabrael Calvert, linnenweaver 
Michael Wilson, carrier, son of Michael Wilson, baker 
John Jackson, printer, son of John Jackson, printer 
William Woodhouse, painter stainer, son of Thomas Woodhouse, 

skinner 
John Machell, joyner and carpenter, son of John Machell, joyner and 

carpenter 

John Mawman, worsted comber, son of John Mawman, linnen weaver 
William Smeaton, corkcutter, son of George Smeaton, taylor 
John Seller, brazier, son of Edward Seller, brazier 
George Jackson, son of John Jackson, printer 
Richard Reynolds, baker, son of George Reynolds, milloner 
Thomas Hudson, potter, son of John Hudson, baker 
William Fenton, gardiner, son of Thomas Fenton, tanner 
Jonathan Dryden, clerk, son of Jonathan Dryden, clerk 
Jeremy Hardwick, son of William Hardwick, bricklayer 
Seth Agar, clerk, son of Agur Agar, tanner 

Edward Mellor of Knaresbrough, son of William Mellor, skinner 
Robert Richardson, cabinetmaker, son of John Richardson, felmonger 
Michael Smith, son of Matthew Smith, linnen weaver 



THE FREEMEN OF YORK, 1733 241 

Thomas Hansome, linnen weaver, son of William Hansome, 

merchant taylor 

John Flint, marriner, son of Thomas Flint, marriner 
William Spink, cooper, son of Henry Spink, joyner 
Thomas Saunderson, gardiner, son of Andrew Saunderson. sledgeman 
John Simpson, carpenter & joyner, son of Gregory Simpson, tanner 
Christopher Wilson, currier, son of Thomas Wilson 
John Wade, weaver, son of John Wade, weaver 
Thomas Hickson, painter stainer, son of William Hickson, painter 

stainer 

Thomas Tesh, winecooper, son of William Tesh, winecooper 
John Pearson, son of James Pearson, sadler 
Henry Waite, cutler, son of Henry W T ait, cutler 
Richard Peckett, grocer, son of Richard Peckett, grocer 
John Peckett, merchant, son of Richard Peckett, merchant 
John Dickinson, taylor, son of Richard Dickinson, taylor 
Robert Graves, barber surgeon, son of Robert Graves, gardiner 
William Hoyle, taylor, son of Daniel Hoyle, wheelwright and joyner 
Edward Kir by, joyner, son of Thomas Kirby, joyner 
Phil. Holder als. Haider, son of Jeremiah Holder als. Haider, mason 
John Dickinson, carpenter and joyner, son of Bernard Dickinson, 

carpenter 

John Foster, taylor, son of John Foster, taylor 
John Brooke, clerk, son of James Brooke, merchant 
Nathaniel Lowther, taylor, son of Nathaniel Lowther, cooper 
Philip Carus, bricklayer, son of Robert Carus, bricklayer 
Richard Raisin, carpenter, son of Richard Raisin, carpenter 
William Haider, marriner, son of Jeremiah Haider, mason 
William Stephenson, merchant, son of William Stephenson, merch. 
Charles Hayes, carpenter, son of Thomas Hayes, carpenter 
John Glenton, bricklayer, son of John Glenton, bricklayer 
W T illiam Webster, pinner and hosier, son of William Webster, miller 
Leonard Day, barber, son of Jeremiah Day, barber 
Moses Lund, son of William Lund, cordwainer 
James Smith, esquire, son of Samuel Smith, potter 
Francis Ingram, dyer, son of Metcalf Ingram, gentleman 
Robert Cundal, cordwainer, son of Robert Cundal, cordwainer 
Jeremiah Myers, mason, son of Jeremiah Myers, mason 
Leonard Wilson, cordwainer, son of Robert Wilson, weaver 
Richard Heeld, flaxdresser, son of William Heeld, cordwainer 
Henry Williamson, stuffweaver, son of Laurence Williamson, 

carpenter 

William Johnson, paver, son of Thomas Johnson, cordwainer 
George Todd, clothdresser, son of Samuel Todd, goldsmith 
George Horseman, currier, son of George Horseman, currier 
William Paylor, baker, son of William Paylor, baker 
William Smith, joyner, son of Thomas Smith, cordwainer 
John Lee, miller, son of William Lee, miller 
Joseph Webster, cordwainer, son of Alvery Webster, cordwainer 

VOL. II. K 



2 12 THE FREEMEN OF YORK, 1733-4 

William Parker, staymaker, son of Edward Parker, goldsmith 
John Scholey, cabenett maker, son of Nathaniel Scholey, cabenet 

maker 

John Lakin, cordwainer, son of Matthias Lakin, tanner 
Metcalfe Markenfield, son of Metcalfe Markenfield, butcher 
Henry Fenton, flaxdresser, son of Thomas Fenton, brickmaker 
John Leppington, carpenter, son of Thomas Leppington, gentleman 
Henry Potter, translator, son of Leonard Potter, pannyerman 
William Gray, filesmith, son of John Gray, carpenter 
Ralph Scott, son of David Scott, miller 
William Thompson, taylor, son of Robert Thompson, miller 
Thomas Hartley, yeoman, son of Robert Hartley, tanner 
Richard Hartley, yeoman, son of Robert Hartley, tanner 
John Hartley, yeoman, son of Robert Hartley, tanner 
William Hartley, yeoman, son of Robert Hartley, tanner 
George Bateman, butcher, son of Edward Bateman, butcher 
Richard Wickham, shoemaker, son of John Wickham, barber 
William Kipling, bricklayer, son of Anthony Kipling, bricklayer 
Mark Conn, son of George Conn, bricklayer 
Richard Broadbelt, tanner, son of Richard Broadbelt, sadler 
Richard Leathley, cooper, son of Robert Leathley, cooper 
Benjamin Day, merchant, son of John Day, mercer 
John Hogg, lastmaker, son of John Hogg, lastmaker 
Richard Hogg, weaver, son of John Hogg, lastmaker 
John Moore, barber surgeon, son of John Moore, cutler 
William Abbay, merchant taylor, son of John Abbay, bricklayer 
Samuel Clarke, translator, son of Samuel Clarke, translator 
James Fowler, yeoman, son of James Fowler, yeoman 
William Hardy, barber surgeon, son of Seth Hardy, paver 
Cooper Wheeler, innholder, son of John Wheeler, flaxdresser 
James Ward, translator, son of John Ward, blacksmith 
Atkins Coultus, marriner, son of John Cowtus, gentleman 
Abraham Carpenter, marriner, son of Samuel Carpenter, carver 
Thomas Rodwell, pewterer, son of Thomas Rodwell, pewterer 

8 GEO. II, JAMES BARNARD, ESQ., MAYOR. HEN. GRICE, 
APOTH., FRAN. PROCTER, MERCH., HEN. WAITE, CUTL., JOH. 
GREENUP, MERCH. TAYL., JOH. CHIPENDALE, VINT., WILL. 
WHITE, HOSIER, CHAR. CHARNOCK, PLUM. AND GLAZ., JAMES 
DISNEY, BRICKLAYER, CHAMBERLAINS 



Edward Boldock, flaxdresser 
Robert Rennison, translator 
John Bell, carpenter 
Timothy Hawksworth, barber 



surgeon 



John Blanshard, translator 
John Turner, maltster, by order 
Will. Baker, carp. & joyn., by ord. 



Will. Haberjamb, innholder, by 

order 

John Bell, barber surgeon 
William Hesalgrave, miller 
Ric. Wright, innholder, by order 
Bernard Scott, winecooper 
Joh. Gilnllan, printer & stationer 
Tho. Percival, tallow chandler J 



THE FREEMEN OF YORK, 1734-5 



243 



Cornelius Severs, butcher 
William Mann, barber surgeon 
Alexander Staples, printer and 

bookseller, by order 
Richard Rutledge, vintner and 

victualer, by order 
Thomas Hodgson, bricklayer 
Tho. Knipe, bricklayer, by order 



Thomas Smart, baker 
John Hargrave, translator 
John Harrison, vintner, by order 
William Carr, joyner 
William Waud, victualer, by ord. 
Will. Randerson, miller, by order 
Bryan Masser, rabbit seller, by 

order 
Peter Thompson, wine cooper 

BY PATRIMONY 

Thomas Allanby, keelman, son of Richard Allanby, keelman 
Charles Dunn, bricklayer, son of Thomas Dunn, bricklayer 
Thomas Burton, bricklayer, son of Thomas Burton, bricklayer 
Robert Bell, marriner, son of William Bell, marriner 
Nicholas Thompson, mercer, son of Thomas Thompson, mercer 
Ric. Metcalfe, carpenter & joyner, son of Tho. Metcalfe, jr., butcher 
Francis Chadock, trunkmaker, son of Thomas Chadock, blacksmith 
George Healey, merchant, son of Thomas Healey, merchant 
Joh. Hildyard, merch. advent, of England, son of Fran. Hildyard, 

bookseller 
Richard Dalton, butcher, son of Thomas Dalton, butcher 

9 GEO. II, SAM. CLARKE, ESQ., MAYOR. ROB. WILTON, SHOEMAKER, 
THO. WOODHOUSE, HORNBREAKER, JOH. HODGSON, INHOLDER, 
JOH. WILSON, PATTAN MAKER, THO. MASON, FELMONG. AND 
GLOV., BARNARD DICKINSON, JOYN. AND CARP., THO. VARLEY, 
BAK., CHRIS. MITCHEL, TAL. CHAND., CHAMBERLAINS 



Lawrence Hoggart, butcher 
Robert Bilbrough, miller 
Thomas Peart, barber surgeon 
Richard Davis, marriner, by ord. 
Will. Maw, vint. &jnhold.,byord. 
Francis Lofthouse, silkweaver 
Samuel Towel, bricklayer 
John Foster, bricklayer 
Quintin Acomb, butcher 
Anthony Weighman, joyner 
Ricbard Wilkinson, sadler 
Edward Smith, merchant 
George Pallaster, inhold., by ord. 
William Dickinson, gardiner 
Robert Plowman, painter stainer | 

BY PATEIMONY 

Thomas Morley, merchant, son of Nehemiah Morley, tanner 
Peter Wray, barber surgeon, son of Peter Wray, cordwainer 
Jonathan Atkinson, goldsmith, son of George Atkinson, currier 

B 2 



Robert Carr, victualler, by order 
Isaac Wilson, victualer, by order 
Richard Middleton, butcher 
William Bolton, joyner 
Caesar Ward, bookseller and 

stationer, by order 
James Wilson, victualler, by ord. 
John Martin, victualler, by ord. 
Ric. Lawrence, victualler, by ord. 
Geo. Rashley, victualer, by order 
Francis Bilton, victualer, by ord. 
Thomas Whitaker, grocer 
John Lowther, marriner, by ord. 
John Mitchel, hornbraker 



244 THE FREEMEN OF YORK, 1735-6 

Joseph Edwards, grocer, son of Thomas Edwards, glover 
John Chapman, corkcutter, son of John Chapman, tallowchandler 
Matthew Gowthorp, translator, son of Will. Gowthorpe, cordwainer 
Oswald Languith, marriner, son of John Languith, goldsmith 
William Swann, carpenter, son of Francis Swann, carpenter 
Henry Rodwell, winecooper, son of Thomas Rodwell, pewterer 
John Walker, translator, son of Matthew Walker, baker 

10 GEO. II, SIR JOH. LISTER KAYE, BART., MAYOR. THO. 
NORFOLK, MERCER, JOH. WAKEFIELD, AMOR OXLEY, GROCERS, 
FRAN. INGRAM, DYER, CHRIS. COOK, HOSIER, CLIFFORD 
BALDOCK,FLAXDRESSER, RIC. FARRAH, UPHOL., ALEX. STAPLES, 
STATIONER 

Thomas Wilson, baker j John Cecill, carpenter 

Charles Slingsby, esq., by order | John Shacklock, wine cooper 
John Pybus, barber surgeon | William Homer, barber 

James Sanderson, grocer Nathaniel Bell, scholemaster, by 

Edw. Swailes, hosier and pinner 
Elnathan Colton, shoemaker 
William Grews, porter, by order 



Edw. Burthom, joyner, by order 
Daniel Dibble, barber surgeon 
Edward Porteus, apothecary 
Joh. Brennand, lin. drap., by ord. 
Edward Dawson, wine merchant 
William Hexom, labourer, by ord. 
Will. Hilton, carp.& joyn., by ord. 
John Ellis, baker 



order 

Tho. Shipton, apothecaey, by ord. 
Will. Wadman, merchant taylor 
Thomas Clarke, grocer 
Tho. Hungate, painter stainer 
Humph. Algood Robinson, gent., 

by order 
Jos. Addington, confectioner, by 

order 

William Roberts, mercer 
Will. Callan, vintner, by order 



PER PATBES 

William Addinal, cooper, son of James Addinall, cordwainer 

William Baythorne, cordwainer, son of Will. Baythorne, cordwainer 

John Chambers, translator, son of John Chambers, miller 

Leonard Potter, fishmonger, son of Leonard Potter, panyerman 

Thomas Fox, merchant taylor, son of Edward Fox 

Lewis Etty, clerk, son of William Etty, carpenter 

Thomas Rider, carpenter, son of William Rider, baker 

Edward Lund, translator, son of Edward Lund, chandler 

Thomas Staveley, miller, son of William Staveley, miller 

Richard Oliver, brewer, son of James Oliver, tanner 

Will. Browne, vintner & inholder, son of Joh. Browne, barb, surgeon 

Will. Ryley of Flawith, yeoman, son of Will. Ryley, wine cooper 

Thomas Wood, mercer, son of Andrew Wood, mercer 

George Cook, butcher, son of George Cook, butcher 

Richard Galloway, barber surgeon, son of Joseph Galloway, barber 

William Knowles, gardiner, son of William Knowles, whitesmith 

Edward Wood, barber surgeon, son of William Wood, free labourer 

John Barker, inpholdsterer, son of John Barker, upholdsterer 



THE FEEEMEN OF YOEK, 1736-7 



245 



Oswald Gray, wine cooper, son of Oswald Gray, wine cooper 

Miles Robinson, cooper, son of Thomas Robinson, cooper 

James Haider als. Aldridge, barber surgeon, son of Christopher 

Haider als. Aldridge 

William Firth, translator, son of Thomas Firth, translator 
Matthew Wharton, wine cooper, son of Matthew Wharton, taylor 
John Skelton, barber surgeon, son of John Skelton, barber surgeon 
George Dinmore, blacksmith, son of Richard Dinmore, blacksmith 
William Chapman, cordwainer, son of George Chapman, butcher 
William Topham, milloner, son of Thomas Topham, milloner 
William Clarke, barber surgeon, son of Samuel Clarke, translator 
William Lunn, son of Thomas Lunn, tanner 

William Waide, stuffeweaver, son of Joh. Waide, son of Tim. Waide 
Richard Wilson, shoemaker, son of Thomas Wilson, linnen weaver 
Richard Hardy, barber surgeon, son of Richard Hardy, joyner and 

carpenter 

Robert Barthropp, son of Christopher Barthropp, cordwainer 
Thomas Barstow, merchant, son of Benjamin Barstow, merchant 

11 GEO. II, GEO. BENSON, ESQ., MAYOR FEOM FST. ST. BLAZ. 
TO APEIL 5, THE DAY OF HIS DEATH ; SIE TANCEED EOBINSON 
FEOM HIS DECEASE. THO. SMITH, GEOC., THO. BEVEELEY 
CUTL., CHEIS. HESLUP, CUEEIEE, WILL. MUDD, JOYN., WILL. 
BEACK, PAINT. STAIN., EOB. FOED, BEAZIEE, JOS. SUNTON, 
INHOLD., THO. GODSON, FLAXDEESSEE, CHAMBEELAINS 

GEOEGE BENSON, MAYOE 



Joseph Mawson, bricklayer 
John Fleming, currier 



Nathant (sic) Broadbent, vintner 
Anthony Weightman, joyner 



SIE TANCEED EOBINSON, BAET., MAYOE 



William Lewis, brewer 
James Cordley, wine cooper 
John Tymperton, apothecary 
John Carlton, whitesmith 
Joseph Shaw, victualer, by order 
Tho. Chapman, merchant taylor 
William Christism, carpenter 
George Nottingham, armourer 

and brazier 

Richard Sledmer, basketmaker 
Dan. Fran. Wisker, lin. drap., 

by order 

Samuel Poole, joyner 
Thomas Thompson, carpenter 
Richard Pickering, cordwainer 
Harry Corney, grocer 
Robert Messenger, barber sur- 
geon 



William Welch, fustian maker, 

per ordinem 

Thomas Linton, barber surgeon 
Thomas Ellis, milner 
Charles Tankard, merch. taylor 
Thomas Warner, of Huntingdon, 

mealman, per ordinem 
Robert Jackson, merchant taylor 
John Bainbridge, merchant 

taylor 

Joseph Botterill, blacksmith 
Philip Pickering, vintner and 

inholder, by order 
Thomas Carver, grocer, by order 
Nathaniel Mason, painter stainer 
George Cooper, bricklayer 
John Redfern, taylor 
John Linton, joyner & carpenter 



246 THE FREEMEN OF YOKK, 1737-8 

BY PATRIMONY 
GEO. BENSON, MAYOR 

Matthew Dawson, taylor, son of John Dawson 

Robert Dawson, bricklayer, son of the same 

William Boddy, whitesmith, son of William Boddy, whitesmith 

Ann Bowlin, milloner, daur. of Thomas Bowlin, barber surgeon 

Samuel Hillary, merchant, son of John Hillary, merchant 

John Pennock, felmonger and glover, son of John Pennock, joyner 

John Belwood, cordwainer, son of William Belwood, cordwainer 

Henry Stow, translator, son of Samuel Stow, innholder 

SIR TANCRED ROBINSON, BART., MAYOR 

Jervas Farnel, flaxdresser, son of Jervas Farnel, flaxdresser 

Francis Benson, whitesmith, son of John Benson, whitesmith 

John Hotham, maltster, son of William Hotham, tanner 

Hen. Shackleton, merchant, son of Rog. Shackleton, merch. and alder. 

Tho. Richardson, merchant, son of William Richardson, merchant 

William Tate, cordwainer, son of John Tate, tanner 

Thomas Snow, mercer, son of Richard Snow 

Robert Waite, baker, son of Robert Waite, merchant taylor 

John Trayne, cooper, son of John Trayne, carpenter 

Abraham Clarke, son of John Clarke, miller and brewer 

Thomas Hunton, niarriner, son of Richard Hunton, shoemaker 

Thomas Perritt, bricklayer, son of Jonathan Perritt, bricklayer 

John Frank, marriner, son of Robert Frank, marriner 

Richard Dawson, merch., son of Thomas Dawson, merch. and aldm. 

Richard Hay, blacksmith, son of Richard Hay, blacksmith 

James Dodsworth, apothecary, son of James Dodsworth, apothecary 

and alderman 
W r att Myers, joyner, son of Thomas Myers, marriner 

12 GEO. II, GEO. ESKRICKE, ESQ., MAYOR. JOH. ELWICK, JOH. 
GREGG, JOS. MICKLEFIELD, MERCH. TAYLORS, RIG. TURNBULL, 
BUTCH., JEREM. RIDSDALE, BAK., JOH. SWANN, COOPER, 
CHAMBERLAINS 



James Hargrave, translator 
John Jellson, smith 
John Smith, butcher 
Robert Hardcastle, flaxdresser 



James Brooks, barber surgeon 
Thomas Rider, cordwainer 
John Simpson, cordwainer 
Thomas Seight, baker 



Mary Clough, seamstress and | William Harper, butcher, by 
milloner order 



William Abbay, bricklayer 
Richard Clough, maker of lin- 
nens, fustians and silks, p. ord. 
Joseph Hutton, cordwainer 
Geo. Pybus, comb & hornmaker 



John Frankland, taylor 
William Oastler, apothecary 
John Lawson, barber surgeon 
Henry Wakefield, vintner and 
inholder, per ordinem 



Leonard Butteroy, otherwise Christopher Wray, baker 
Birthright, fishmonger ; Will. Simpson, gunsmith, p. ord. 



THE FREEMEN OF YORK, 1738-9 



Eoger Wilberfoss, sadler 
Herbert Ferreman, gent., p. ord. 
Matthew Featherston, innholder, 
per ordinem 



Tho. Thorpe, (now clerk), grocer 
John Jernegan, coach wheel- 
wright, p. ord. 
George Hartley, grocer 



BY PATRIMONY 

Edmund Clarke, merchant taylor, son of Edmund Clarke, taylor 
Hannah Beeforth, milloner, daur. of Rob. Beeforth, merchant taylor 
Sarah Pearson, linnen drap., daur. of Joh. Pearson, joyner and car- 
penter 

Ann Walker, milloner, daur. of John Walker, merchant taylor 
Thomas Lowcock, merchant, son of Ebinezar Lowcock, merchant 
William Harforth, whitesmith, son of William Harforth, whitesmith 
William Firth, translator, son of Joseph Firth, taylor 
John Wade, cordwainer, son of John Wade, of the manufactory 
Thomas Payler, baker, son of William [PaylerJ, baker 
John Calvert, linnenweaver, son of Gabrael Calvert, linnenweaver 
Thomas Thompson, miller, son of Thomas Thompson, miller 
John Hardwick, barber surgeon, son of Thomas Hardwick, peruke- 
maker 

William Smith, son of Matthew Smith, linnen weaver 
George Mitchel, baker, son of William Mitchel, baker 
Robert Metcalfe, apothecary, son of Thomas Metcalfe, haberdasher 
Charles Twist, ropemaker, son of John Twist, ropemaker 
John Benson, merchant taylor, son of John Benson, whitesmith 
William Tenant, barber surgeon, son of Richard Tenant, grocer 
Thomas Allen, shoemaker, son of Thomas Allen, bricklayer 
Thomas Dowthwaite, son of John Dowthwaite, merchant taylor 
William Hayes, merchant taylor, son of Richard Hayes, blacksmith 
Robert Gary, barber surgeon, son of William Gary, combmaker 
John Gray, whitesmith, son of Oswald Gray, winecooper 
John Wright, stocking weaver, son of Peter Wright, joyner 
William Dalton, brewer, son of John 'Dalton, tanner 
George Dalton, brazier, son of John Dalton, tanner 
William Walker, basketmaker, son of William Walker, basketmaker 
Hugh Harforth, felmonger and glover, son of William Harforth, 

whitesmith 
Robert Dodson, labourer, son of Mark Dodson, taylor 



13 GEO. II, GEO. SKELTON, ESQ., MAYOR. MR. RIG. DAWSON, 
MR. JOSIAH HOTHAM, MERCHANTS, MR. JOS. SOWRAY, APOTH., 
MR. WILL. ASKHAM, SKINNER, MR. GEO. AMBLER, SADL., 
MR. RIG. WILKINSON, COOPER, CHAMBERLAINS 



John Ratclif, joyner 
John Barnes, weaver, by order 
Thomas Wilkinson, tanner 
George Clarke, barber . ; .. , 



Robert Hall, plum, and glaz. 
William Hotham, mercer and 

draper 
Robert Burnes, weaver, by order 



248 



THE FREEMEN OF YORK, 1739 



Will. Jackson, linnen drap., by 

order 

John Allanson, grocer, by order 
Enock Hick, cordwainer 
Francis Bowes, apothecary 
William Pendlebury, weaver, by 

order 

Thomas Clean, inb older, by order 
Peter Fawcett, butcher 
George Gibson, innholder 
Hale Wyvill, woollendrap., by 

order 
Will. Aspinwall, damaskweaver, 

by order 
Ric. Prestwick, thread trowster, 

per ordinem 
Job. Linsley, translator 
Samuel Kirkby, feltrnaker and 

haberdasher 

Francis Andrews, barber surgeon 
Matthew Buckle, translator 
Ric. Watkinson, linnen weaver 
Stephen Braithwaite, felmonger 
Isaac Ellis, innkeeper 
Samuel Cheetham, joyner 
John Glaisby, innholder 
John Rumley, innholder 
Leonard Jackson, barber surgeon 
Joseph Clean, shoemaker 
William Browne, wheelwright 
George Wintersgill, marriner 
John Bradley, free mason 
Timothy Briggs, cordwainer . 
William Harris, translator 
Richard Mitchel, whitesmith 
John Joy, marriner and fish- 
monger 

Richard Harwood, hornbraker 
Thomas Sharpe, cordwainer 
Richard Hawtori, merchant 

taylor 

William Browne, mason 
John Bridgewater, cordwainer 
Jeremiah Whitelay, roper 
John Bywater, bricklayer 
Robert Dm sdale, merchant taylor 
Jobn Fawcett, heckler 
John Mann, heckler 
Tho. Bollan, felmonger & glover j 



Thomas Briggs, translator 
John Roebuck, currier 
Matthew Bennington, dyer 
Charles Redfern, combmaker 
Philip Oldfield, innholder 
Thomas Giles, merchant taylor 
Daniel Stearndale, cordwainer 
Francis Watson, fishmonger 
John Robinson, mason 
William Plaxton, pipemaker 
Joseph Brogden, cordwainer 
John Penlefcon, cordwainer 
Thomas Eland, merchant taylor 
Zacheriah Cavelier, hempdresser 
Robert Dixon, merchant taylor 
Robert Atkinson, merchant taylor 
Samuel Taylor, gardiner 
Joseph Brocklebank, cordwainer 
Benjamin Taylor, bricklayer 
Joseph Rose, smith 
William Gilbert, merchant taylor 
Joseph Crowder, cordwainer 
Richard Cusson, innholder 
Robert Young, ga.rdiner 
William Hewson, butcher 
Will. Harrison Shipton, brick- 
layer 

Miles Leech, merchant taylor 
John Simpson, fishmonger 
Robert Banks, miller 
John Rymer, gardiner 
Hen. Swainston, merchant taylor 
Christopher Feather, bricklayer 
William Cotton, merchant taylor 
John Rennison, merchant taylor 
John Atkinson, winecooper 
William Hall, whitesmith 
Thomas Pickering, cordwainer 
Sampson Hexham, translator 
William Booth, innholder 
Godfrey Wentworth, esq.,per ord. 
Will. Hill, felmonger and glover 
Jobn Stephenson, wine cooper 
John Williamson, grocer 
W T ill. Headlam, merchant taylor 
Francis Rider, joyner 
Abraham Longworth, flaxdresser 
John Tanfield, merchant taylor 
Luke Rowton, merchant taylor 



THE FREEMEN OF YORK, 1739 



249 



John Fowler, upholsterer 
John Beck with, cordwainer 
Thomas Hawkins, bricklayer 
George Hill, bricklayer 
Francis Thornham, linnen weaver 
John Elston, linnen weaver 
William Wainman, brazier 
John Todd, innholder 
Robert Thompson, whitesmith 
Thomas Kershaw. joyner 
Matthew Crowther, shoemaker 
Stephen Hench, cordwainer 
William Firth, cordwainer 
Richard Sharpe, merchant taylor 
John Hutton, cordwainer 
Geo. Pitt, brazier & coppersmith 
William Britain, carpenter 
Stephen Mason, linnen weaver 
John Wrigbtson, cordwainer 
Francis Billingsley als. Bilmay, 

inholder 

Richard Corney, miller 
Charles Gill, smith 
Thomas Holmes, bricklayer 
Benjamin Smith, baker 
John Fowler, baker 
Will. Kettlestrings, blacksmith 
George Sanderson, currier 
John Howsman, glover 
Francis Moor, shoemaker 
Thomas Waud, cordwainer 
John Middleton, marriner 
Thomas Eccles, blacksmith 
Gilbert Metcalf, weaver 
William Stainburne, brewer 
Henry Driffield, butcher 
Will. Douthwaite, combmaker 
John Rodwell, merchant taylor 
Thomas Cave, smith 
Richard Banks, butcher 
Walter Mallorie, butcher 
Matthew Rhodes, butcher 
John Browne, smith 
John Barker, vintner 
Thomas Birkenshire, smith 
William Moor, miller 
John Townend, innholder 
John Greensides, merch taylor 
Richard Dunlin, translator 



W T illiam Scruton, innholder 
George Herbert, taylor 
James Downing, barber surgeon 
I Will. Rogers, felmonger & glover 
Thomas Lindley, cordwainer 
John Lindley, cordwainer 
Robert Heworth, carpenter 
Chris. Staveley, barber surgeon 
Joseph Whitehead, cordwainer 
James Richardson, tanner 
John Thompson, bricklayer 
Robert Wilson, flaxdresser 
Thomas Rayson, currier 
John Graves, cordwainer 
Caleb Pickering, cordwainer 
Will. Jackson, plummer & glazier 
John Duffield, sadler 
John Wardman, linnen weaver 
Robert Flower, merchant taylor 
Marmaduke Woolbran, carpenter 
William Settle, carpenter 
William Hunter, miller 
William Sampson, whitesmith 
Joseph Whiteoak, merchant 
Richard Scoresby, innholder 
Abraham Barrett, butcher 
William Wainhouse, smith 
! Johu Layland, barber surgecn 
j Richard Watson, baker 
George Chettel, ropemaker & 

barrister 

Thomas Hardwick, wine cooper 
Samuel Parkinson, merch. taylor 
Francis W r est, flaxdresser 
Ralph Dawson, innholder 
Robert Hust, bricklayer 
Thomas Williams, linnen weaver 
Joseph Norfolk, merchant taylor 
Tho. Thompson, barber surgeon 
John Dale, butcher 
Thomas Plaister, blacksmith 
William Danby, currier 
David Poole, batcher 
Adeodatus Danby, barb, surgeon 
William Hutchinson, smith 
Chris. Knowles, stuffweaver 
Thomas Walker, baker 
Uriah W'alton, baker 
William Note, brewer 



250 THE FREEMEN OF YORK, 1739 



Jos. Hawksworth, merch. , per ord. 
Henry Foy, joyner and cabinet- 



maker, per ordinem 



William Oxley, combmaker and 

hornbraker 
Thomas Kitson, hornbraker 



BY PATRIMONY 



George Ickeringill, carpenter, son of William Ickeringill, carpenter 
John Nicholson, miller, son of Owen Nicholson, miller 
Joh. James Robinson, sadler, son of Philip Robinson, woodheelmaker 
Nicholas Waite, butcher, son of William Waite, butcher 
William Barwick, butcher, son of Joseph Barwick, butcher 
Chris. Harforth, whitesmith, son of William Harforth, whitesmith 
Edmund Jennings, flaxdresser, son of Edmund Jennings, flaxdresser 
George Darbyshire, cordwainer, son of Chris. Darbyshire, skinner 
William Stabler, merchant, son of Emanuel Stabler, merchant 
John Law, master and marriner, son of John Loe (sic) 
Ric. Thackray, haberdasher of small wares, son of John Thackray 
James Watson, translator, son of Emanuel Watson, butcher 
Newyear Smith, apothecary, son of Christopher Smith, mercer 
John Dawson, merchant taylor, son of William Dawson 
Thomas Abby, victualer, son of John Abbay, bricklayer 
John Swinbank, joyner, son of Robert Swmbank 
Thomas Ryley, joyner, son of William Ryley, winecooper 
Emanuel Stabler, gent., son of Emanuel Stabler, merchant 
William Young, cordwainer, son of Thomas Young, miller 
Christopher Richardson, marriner, son of Roland Richardson 
John Robinson, basketmaker, son of Thomas Robinson, joyner 
John Carter, brewer, son of William Carter, cordwainer 
John Stephenson, son of William Stephenson, merchant 
John Broxup, taylor, son of Charles Broxup 
Jonathan Jackson, barber surgeon, son of John Jackson, printer 
Samuel Hunter, marriner, son of John Hunter, tanner 
William Hunter, winecooper, son of John Hunter, tanner 
Hanover Hill, merchant taylor, son of Thomas Hill, sadler 
John Dodgson, son of Mark Dodgson, merchant taylor 
William Saunderson, son of Andrew Saunderson, sledgman 
Matt. Greensides, taylor, son of John Greensides, merchant taylor 
Robert Garbutt, mason, son of Thomas Garbutt, blacksmith 
John Garbutt, marriner, son of Matthew Garbutt 
William Watson, son of Emanuel Watson, butcher 
W T illiam Scott, barber surgeon, son of William Scott, tanner 
John Burrell, merchant taylor, son of John Burrell, flaxdresser 
John Gibson, son of John Gibson, innholder 
Robert Sturdy, son of Robert Sturdy, currier 
George Carter, son of John Carter, joyner 
Joseph Calvert, son of Gabrael Calvert, linnenweaver 
Stephen Garland, gardiner, son of John Garland, cooper 
Stephen Holmes, carpenter, son of Thomas Holmes, blacksmith 
William Waugh, gentleman, son of Samuel Waugh, innholder 
Richard Waugh, son of Samuel Waugh, innholder . ; ; 



THE FKEEMEN OF YORK, 1739 251 

John Limn, gardiner, son of John Lunn, porter 

George Heartley, son of George Heartley, barber surgeon 

Joseph Buttery, son of Peter Buttery, marriner 

Emanuel Dale, cordwainer, son of James Dale, tanner 

John Burton, brasscaster, son of John Burton, pewterer 

Thomas Collyer, cordwainer, son of Thomas Collyer, linnemveaver 

John Collyer, cordwainer, son of Thomas Collyer, linnen weaver 

Richard Hunton, cordwainer, son of Richard Hunton, shoemaker 

John Raysin, son of Richard Ray sin, joyner 

Richard Binkes, cordwainer, son of Richard Binkes, tanner 

William Calvert, son of Joshua Calvert, joyner and carpenter 

Thomas Overend, son of Thomas Overend, fishmonger 

Matthew Potter, baker, son of Leonard Potter, panyerman 

Peter Allan, son of Peter Allan, linnen weaver 

John Ingleton, translator, son of Thomas Ingleton, tanner 

William Emerson, son of William Emerson, linnen weaver 

William Colton, son of John Colton, clockmaker 

John Mason, bricklayer, son of Thomas Mason 

John Plaisterer, taylor, son of Robert Plaisterer, cordwainer 

Francis Hudson, son of Francis Hudson, joyner 

William Cundal, son of Robert Cundal, cordwainer 

Robert Wilkinson, son of Robert Wilkinson, yeoman 

Thomas Mason, cooper, son of Thomas Mason, cook 

Abraham Markham, packer, son of Benjamin Markham, taylor 

Richard Waynd, cordwainer, son of William Waynd, innholder 

John Scales, weaver, son of Thomas Scales, weaver 

Thomas Jackson, son of Thomas Jackson, merchant taylor 

John Lund, son of Thomas Lund, bricklayer 

John Dalton, taylor, son of William Dalton, butcher 

Joshua Varey, son of William Varey, winecooper 

Robert Wright, marriner, son of Matthew Wright, tallow chandler 

James Holt, brickmaker, son of James Holte, weaver 

Benjamin Barwick, son of George Barwick, flaxdresser 

George Tate, son of George Tate, cooper 

William Gray, son of Oswald Gray, winecooper 

John Dale, son of John Dale, bricklayer 

Thomas Lazenby, son of Thomas Lazenby, joyner and carpenter 

Samuel Stow, marriner, son of Samuel Stow, taylor 

Claybrooke Vanner, son of John Vanner, merchant taylor 

Charles Clarke, son of Edmund Clarke, merchant taylor 

Laurence Agar, son of Seth Agar, butcher 

Martin Allen, staymaker, son of Thomas Allen, bricklayer 

John Flint, shipwright, son of Thomas Flint, butcher 

Thomas Jackson, son of John Jackson, printer 

Richard Webster, staymaker, son of Thomas Webster, glaz. & plunu 

Richard Catton als. Cattail, son of John Cattail, labourer 

John Yates, upholsterer, son of John Yates, pinner and hosier 

William Dalton, joyner, son of William Dalton, joyner 

John Osburne, apothecary, son of John Osburne, joyner. 



252 THE FREEMEN OF YOEK, 1739 

Laurence Williamson, marriner, son of Laurence Williamson, 

carpenter 

James Clifton, son of Thomas Clifton, mercer 
John Puppin, son of John Puppin, bricklayer 
Edward Peck, son of William Peck, merchant taylor 
William Hickeringill, son of John Hickeringill, carpenter 
John Hickeringill, son of John Hickeringill, carpenter 
John Spetch, flaxdresser, son of William Spetch, marriner 
Joseph Gray, winecooper, son of Oswald Gray, winecooper 
Robert Simpson, son of Solomon Simpson, weaver 
Francis Hildyard, printer, son of Francis Hildyard, linnendraper 
George Stott, marriner, son of Joshua Stott, linnen weaver 
Joseph Smyth, son of William Smyth, marriner 
William Bewley, bricklayer, son of James Bewley, marriner 
George Lambert, upholdsterer, son of Stephen Lambert, butcher 
William Walker, shoemaker, son of Thomas Walker, baker 
Robert Mackrell, cordwainer, son of Henry Mackrel, cooper 
George Rudd, gardiner, son of George Rudd, linnenweaver 
William Ellis, baker, son of Wilkinson Ellis, tanner 
William Wheatley, baker, son of William Wheatley 
Nicholas Hodgson, marriner, son of John Hodgson, labourer 
John Armistead, marriner, son of Robert Armistead 
George Garland, son of John Garland, cooper 
James Brack, translator, son of John Brack 
John Heild, gardiner, son of William Heild, translator 
Thomas Patrick, son of George Patrick, merchant taylor 
William Fewler, son of John Fewler, baker 
Michael Carter, cordwainer, son of Robert Carter, wheelwright 
Marmaduke Leadley, cooper, son of Marmaduke Leadley, baker 
W'illiam Waind, silkweaver, son of William Waind, tallow chandler 
Abraham Matthews, pattinmaker, son of Abraham Matthews, joyner 
Matthew Scarr, merchant taylor, son of Matthew Scarr 
Thomas Kir by, currier, son of Thomas Kirby, joyner 
John Clarke, son of John Clarke, whitesmith 
Robert Maskal, son of Robert Maskal, mercer 
William Coultart, son of William Coultart, miller 
William Atkinson, son of John Atkinson, translator 
John Earle, gardiner, son of George Earle, gardiner 
George Earle, son of the said George Earle, gardiner 
William Graves, son of John Graves, linnenweaver 
Christopher Robinson, cooper, son of Thomas Robinson, cooper 
Robert Brogden, son of Robert Brogden, clockmaker 
James Wilson, son of John Wilson, butcher 
Joseph Newcomb, son of John Newcomb, pannyerman 
Thomas Storme, taylor, son of Thomas Storme, danceingmaster 
Hewley Moxon, barber surgeon, son of Hewley Moxon, upholsterer 
James Lazenby, son of William Lazenby 
Jonathan Tiplady, son of William Tiplady, linnenweaver 
William Richardson, woolcomber, son of Peter Richardson- " 



THE FREEMEN OF YORK, 1739 253 

William Hutchinson, cooper, son of Peter Hutcbinson, cooper 
John Weatherill, bricklayer, son of John Weathill, blacksmith 
William Rhodes, shoemaker, son of William Rhodes, shoemaker 
Robert Johnson, whitesmith, son of Robert Johnson, whitesmith 
George Johnson, whitesmith, son of Robert Johnson, whitesmith 
Richard Johnson, taylor, son of Robert Johnson, whitesmith 
Thomas Kitching, combmaker, son of Thomas Kitching, hatter 
Robert Mountain, staymaker, son of Robert Mountain, merchant 

taylor 

Edward Lofthouse, son of Edward Lofthouse, heckler 
William Morley, tanner, son of Nehemiah Morley, tanner 
Robert Smith, son of George Smith, fishmonger 
Edward Appleby, taylor, son of William Appleby, cordwainer 
Francis Morley, staymaker, son of Robert Morley, pipemaker 
John Topham, staymaker, son of Thomas Topham, milliner 
Francis Rudd, son of John Rudd, linnen weaver 
George Benson, marriner, son of Bryan Benson, baker 
Samuel Holdred als. Aldred, son of Tbeophilus Aldred, carpenter 
John Palfreman, son of John Palfreman, chandler 
Robert Atkinson, bricklayer, son of Thomas Atkinson, bricklayer 
John Pease, shipwright, son of Samuel Pease, marriner 
John Man, fishmonger, son of George Man, marriner 
Emanuel Barker, son of Thomas Barker, tanner 
Theophilus Holdred als. Aldred, gardiner, son of Theop. Aldred, 

carpenter 

Joseph Theakston, bricklayer, son of Christopher Theakston, weaver 
John Kirby, son of John Kirby 

George Rayson, cabinet maker, son of Matthew Rayson, joyner 
Richard Gill, flaxdresser, son of Hewitson Gill 
James Tiplady, linnen weaver, son of William Tiplady, linnen weaver 
Thomas Smithson, carpenter, son of Will. Smithson, joyner and 

carpenter 

James Hayton, brewer, son of James Hayton, linnen weaver 
Thomas Hansom, taylor, son of John Hansom, linnenweaver 
Edward Langwith, son of John Langwith, goldsmith 
Geo. Langwith, mercer and clothdresser, son of Joh. Langwith, 

goldsmith 

George Riveley, schoolmaster, son of Thomas Riveley, taylor 
Chris. Powell, tallowchandler, son of Chris. Powell, mercer & grocer 
John Appleby, cordwainer, son of William Appleby, cordwainer 
John Frear, baker, son of William Frear, baker 
John Lockwood, joyner, son of John Lockwood, joyner 
John Ovington, son of Thomas Ovington, brewer 
William Anderson, cordwainer, son of William Anderson, cordwainer 
John Hill, marriner, son of Thomas Hill, sadler 
George Richardson, cordwainer, son of Christopher Richardson, 

butcher 

John Perse, brushmaker, son of Thomas Perse, weaver 
John Mitchel, baker, son of William Mitchel, baker 



254 THE FREEMEN OF YORK, 1739 

William Scadlethorpe, bookbinder, son of John Scadlethorp, 

bookbinder 

John Smith, son of Matthew Smith, linnenweaver 
John Smailes, son of Samuel Smailes, gardiner 
John Newstead, son of John Newstead, joyner 
Jonathan Dickinson, son of Bernard Dickinson, carpenter 
Thomas Cooper, son of William Cooper, gentleman 
Michael Cooper, son of William Cooper, gentleman 
William Smith, joyner, son of James Smith, carpenter 
Jeremiah Day, barber surgeon, son of Jeremiah Day, barber surgeon 
John Gibson, taylor, son of Thomas Gibson 
Christopher Richardson, butcher, son of Christopher Richardson 
William Rusham, son of William Rusham, marriner 
Robert Cook, butcher, son of George Cook, butcher 
William Richardson, heckler, son of William Richardson, heckler 
George Kitching, cordwainer, son of Thomas (sic), feltmaker 
James Mawde, mason, son of James Mawde, free labourer 
William Mawde, son of James Mawde, free labourer 
Thomas Godson, joyner, son of George Godson, joyner 
John Walker, son of John Walker, labourer 

Rowland Hall, coachmaker & carpenter, son of Andrew Hall, pipe- 
maker and trunkmaker 

Samuel Terry, cordwainer, son of Samuel Terry, cordwainer 
Matthew Graves, son of Matthew Graves, linnenweaver 
Thomas Gatenby, shoemaker, son of Thomas Gatenby, joyner 
John Lazenby, staymaker, son of William Lazenby, yeoman 
Thomas Day, son of James Day, cordwainer 
William Graves, son of Matthew Graves, weaver 
William Walker, son of John Walker, labourer 
Joseph Walker, son of John Walker, labourer 
Mark Walker, son of John Walker, labourer 
Isaac Clark, supervisor, son of John Clarke, milner 
John Burton, son of William Burton, cordwainer 
Prince Porter, cook, son of John Porter, joyner 
Samuel Porter, joyner, son of John Porter, joyner 
Samuel Hogg, taylor, son of Samuel Hogg, marriner 
John Boyes, felmong. & glov., son of John Boyes, felmong. & glov. 
Robert Murgatroyd, son of Benjamin Murgatroyd, butcher 
Bernard Dickinson, painter, son of Bernard Dickinson, joyner 
John Kirby, tallowchandler, son of John Kirby, tallowchandler 
Ambrose Robinson, cordwainer, son of Ambrose Robinson, brewer 
Hewitson Gill, marriner, son of Hewitson Gill, flaxdresser 
Thomas Peckett, bricklayer, son of Henry Peckett, miller 
Isaac Swinbank, yeoman, son of Robert Swinbank, yeoman 
Richard Varey, scholemaster, son of William Varey, winecooper 
William Smith, collarmaker, son of William Smith, carpenter 
Edward Burton, linnenweaver, son of Edward Burton, silkweaver 
William Green, barber surgeon, son of John Green, bricklayer 
Thomas Smithson, son of Richard Smithson, weaver 



THE FREEMEN OF YORK, 1739-40 



255 



John Lambert, translator, son of John Lambert, merchant taylor 
John Monkton, merchant taylor, son of Thomas Mounckton, brewer 
Joseph Elston, joyner and carpenter, son of Joseph Elstbn, taylor 
William Douthwaite, dry cooper, son of John Douthwaite, taylor 
Edmund Gray, cordwainer, son of John Gray, carpenter 
Ambrose Gray, hornbraker, son of John Gray, carpenter 

14 GEO. II, BIG. LAWSON, ESQ., MAYOR. MR. EDW. SMITH, HOSIER 
AND PINNER, MR. HEN. BECKWITH, MR. FRAS. BECKWITH, 
CORDWAINERS, MR. SAM. SMITH, GARDENER, MR. GEO. GIBSON, 
HECKLER, MR. JOH. STEPHENSON, BUTCH., CHAMBERLAINS 



John Hicksom, barber surgeon 
Joseph Thompson, merch. taylor 
William Pool, mercer and draper 
Thomas Scotchbond, apothecary 
Thomas Brown, vintner 
Edward Johnson, apothecary 
William Etherington, carpenter 
George Plowman, wheelwright 
John Beadsworth, whitesmith 
John Wharrey, marriner 
Luke Marshal, ropeinaker 
Richard Langdayle, patfconmaker 
Charles Kershaw, merch. taylor 
Thomas W T hitfield, cordwainer 
Conyers Metcalf, merch. taylor 
William Bussey, joyner & sawyer 
Thomas Jackson, cooper 
Francis Gawthwaite, gardiner 
William Bolton, carpenter 
Edward Burton, currier 
William Eshelby, cook 
Tho. Sowerby, plumer & glazier 
John Wright, barber surgeon 
Thomas Farrow, ropemaker 
Robert Parkinson, merch. taylor 
Thomas Ward, gardiner 
Daniel Bentley, cordwainer 
Richard Lofthouse, whitesmith 
Joseph Gorwood, whitesmith 
George Jennings, sailor 
Henry Gibson, innholder 
John W T ood, barber surgeon 
John Bond, carpenter 
William Hope, cordwainer 
Robert Romans, innholder 
William Bradley, innholder 
John Johnson, weaver, per ord. 



George Hindsley, baker 
John Bardy, butcher 
William Bellerby, gardiner 
Richard Slayter, felrnonger 
William Nicholls, butcher 
John Williams, merchant taylor 
Benjamin Langdale, butcher 
John Walker, butcher 
John Wilson, cordwainer 
Job. Raddings, marriner, per ord. 
John Elliot, marriner 
John Worlington, bricklayer 
Edw. W T allis, apothecary, per ord. 
John Twisleton, barber surgeon 
John Wood, wine cooper 
Peter Quarton, joyner 
John Brown, gardiner 
Robert Ewbank, winecooper 
John Robinson, carpenter 
Rob. Robinson Portington, miller 
Squire Wood, cordwainer 
Christopher Robinson, tallow- 
chandler and soap boiler 
Robert Humphrey, merch. taylor 
John Williams, cordwainer 
William Gibson, linnenweaver 
Thomas Morfitt, butcher 
Leonard Jennings, joyner 
John Robinson, cordwainer 
George Abbey, barber surgeon 
William Redshaw, grocer 
John Richardson, cordwainer 
Michael Mason, flaxdresser 
Jonathan Appleyard, hornbraker 
Richard Todd, cordwainer 
Samuel Fleming, barber surgeon 
Theophilus Garencieres, apoth. 



256 



THE FREEMEN OF YORK, 1740 



Geo. Holroyd, weaver and comber 
John Lowther, cordwainer 
John Bland, merchant taylor 
William Scolefield, translator 
Wilfrid Pyemont, butcher 
Isaac Robinson, merchant taylor 
Thomas Simpson, vintner 
Richard Catton, combmaker 
Richard Eggelston, optician, per 

ordinem 

John Taylor, butcher 
John Haxby, wine cooper 
John Gill, wine cooper 
William Hall, joyner 
John Hooper, plumer and glazier 
John Upton, cordwainer 
Robert Waite, grocer 
Thomas Ralton, brewer 
James Sollitt, tallow chandler 

and soap boiler 

Will. Bower, linnen draper, p. ord. 
John Powley, plaisterer, slater & 

tyler 
Benjamin Atkinson, haberdasher 

of hatts & leather seller 
John Mainman, flaxdresser 
Richard Plaister, cordwainer 
John Thompson, merch. taylor 
John Fisher, butcher 
William Nowlson, linnen weaver 
William Netherwood, brewer 
Isaac Burnett, stuffweaver 
Richard Catterton, translator 
Tho. Burrell, glazier and plumer 
John Potter, joyner 
Tho. Ellis, vintner and innholder 
Marmaduke Grainge, carpenter 
Joseph Simpson, baker 
Thomas Jelson, coppersmith and 

brasier 

John Wiley, merchant taylor 
Samuel Bolton, baker 
Benjamin White, pewterer 
John Parkinson, barber surgeon 
William Lazenby, combmaker 
William Cooper, translator 
William Kendray, butcher 
James Bland, merchant taylor 



Robert Wilson, merchant taylor 
Robert Ellison, wine cooper 
Christopher Driffield, bricklayer 
John Clean, innholder 
William Waud, flaxdresser 
Joseph Bentley, flaxdresser 
Andrew Rowell, glazier and 

plummer 

William Bewley, vintner 
Abraham Spence, linnen weaver 
Stephen Wiles, innholder 
Richard Harwood, bricklayer 
William Gowland, merch. taylor 
James Hatfield, joyner and carp. 
Thomas Farmery, barb, surgeon 
Francis Littlewood, merch. taylor 
Benjamin Beamount, gardiner 
Robert Wallis, cordwainer 
William Waide, felmonger 
John Hall, tallow chandler 
Will. Harrison, barber surgeon 
Rob. Driffield, joyner and carp. 
Tho. Steel, joyner and carpenter 
John Thompson, innholder 
Peter Wortley, innholder 
Thomas Nursaw, grocer 
Ric. Cocking, merchant taylor 
Michael Milner, butcher 
John Allen, butcher 
James Robinson, butcher 
Tho. Colling, plumer and glazier 
William Dunn, joyner 
Jeremiah Wilkinson, vintner 
Benjamin Beilby, translator 
Will. Lund, blacksmith & farrier 
Leonard Beckwith, brewer and 

scrivener 

Charles Hayes, stationer & book- 
binder 

William Turnell, hosier 
Arthur Wharton, pewterer 
James Sargeson, barber surgeon 
John Kirkwood, combmaker 
John Mawd, dealer in china & 

glass, per ordinem 
Henry Bickers, baker, per ord. 
John Bowes, brewer 



THE FREEMEN OF YORK, 1740 257 

BY PATRIMONY 

Henry Waite, gent., son of Robert Waite, brewer 
Perkins Moor, son of John Moor, cutler 
Daniel Buhner, baker, son of Nicholas Bulmer, baker 
Robert Hardy, son of Robert Hardy, joyner and carpenter 
Phinheas Hardy, son of Robert Hardy, joyner and carpenter 
Richard Hardy, son of Robert Hardy, joyner and carpenter 
William Fleming, barber surgeon, son of William Fleming, taylor 
John Bagley, scholemaster, son of Hugh Bagley, butcher 
Tobias Browne, son of William Browne, plumer 
William Addinal, painter, son of William Addinal, painter 
Robert Addinal, barber surgeon, son of William Addinal, painter 
Peter Jackson, son of John Jackson, plumer and glazier 
David Wood, son of David Wood, barber surgeon 
Arthur Walker, brewer, son of John Walker, tanner 
Leonard Terry, carpenter, son of John Terry, carpenter 
John Terry, bricklayer, son of the said John Terry, carpenter 
Richard Cordukes, clerk, son of Ric. Cordukes, haberdasher of hafcts 
William Hotham, merchant, son of William Hotham, merchant 
George Rosingdale, heckler, son of Philip Rosingdale, heckler 
James Jackson, bricklayer, son of John Jackson, printer 
Thomas Etherington, watchmaker, son of Tho. Etherington, watch- 
maker 

Thomas Jackson, perukemaker, son of John Jackson 
William Brooks, vintner, son of John Brookes, weaver 
Robert Booth, apothecary, son of Robert Booth, cutler 
John Stephenson, son of Moses Stephenson, taylor 
William Camidge, bricklayer, son of Robert Camidge, bricklayer 
Thomas Hardwick, taylor, son of James Hardwick, cordwainer 
Math. Braithwaite, shipcarpenter, son of Math. Braithwaite, joyner 

and carpenter 
Tho. Braithwaite, marriner, son of the said Math. Braithwaite, 

joyner and carpenter 

Robert Ward, barber surgeon, son of Robert Ward, sadler 
George Garbutt, whitesmith, son of Matthew Garbntt 
Joseph Baythorpe, son of William Baythorpe, cordwainer 
David Hillary, currier, son of John Hillary, currier 
Timothy White, writeing master, son of William White, hosier 
Peter Buttery, marriner, son of Peter Buttery, marriner 
William Cock, marriner, son of John Cock 
William Potter, bricklayer, son of William Potter, bricklayer 
John Hepworth, shoemaker, son of Jeremiah Hepworth, cordwainer 
Christopher Hick, son of Thomas Hick, butcher 
Charles Wright, taylor, son of John Wright 
Ric. Braithwaite, soapboiler and chand., son of Math. Braithwaite, 

joyner 

John Askwith, watchmaker, son of Joseph Askwith 
Rob. Riley, joyn. and cabinet maker, son of Will. Riley, winecooper 
VOL. n. s 



258 THE FREEMEN OF YORK, 1740 

Abraham Ward, cooper, son of John Ward 

William Kitchin, marriner, son of James Kitchin, hosier 

William Tireman, organist, son of William Tireman, currier 

Joh. Staveley als. Stabler, whitesmith, son of Will. Stabler, miller 

John Wake, cordwainer, son of John Wake, innkeeper 

Will. Yates, haberdasher of small wares, son of Joh. .Yates, pinner 

Thomas Weymick, roper, son of Walter Weymick, paver 

Thomas Harding, gentleman, son of Thomas Harding, innkeeper 

Christopher Smith, ropemaker, son of James Smith, beerbrewer 

William Priest, ropemaker, son of John Priest, taylor 

Joh. Reynolds, glaz. & plumer, son of Hen. Reynolds, glaz. & plumer 

Hen. Reynolds, glaz. & plumer, son of Hen. Reynolds, glaz. & plumer 

George Wood, marriner, son of Joseph Wood, miller 

Thomas Seller, ropemaker, son of Thomas Seller 

David Weymick, paver, son of Walter Weymick, paver 

William Spink, gardiner, son of Robert Spink, carpenter 

Stephen Buckle, goldsmith, son of Joseph Buckle, gentleman 

Thomas Hardwick, barber surgeon, son of Thomas Hardwick, barber 

surgeon 

Avery Webster, cordwainer, son of Avery Webster, cordwainer 
John Johnson, taylor, son of Robert Johnson, taylor 
John Musgrave, patton maker, son of Robert Musgrave, merchant 
Edward Johnson, furrier, son of William Johnson, whitesmith 
Gregory Simpson, tanner, son of Gregory Simpson, tanner 
William Leake, jeweller, son of William Leake, innholder 
Joseph Wyrell, bricklayer, son of John Wyrell, linnenweaver 
Henry Mellor, innkeeper, son of William Mellor, skinner 
Thomas Heeld, yeoman, son of William Heeld, cordwainer 
William Jackson, barber, son of George Jackson, painter 
Christopher Jackson, cordwainer, son of George Jackson, painter 
Jacob Caddy, grocer, son of Jacob Caddy, merchant taylor 
Joseph Weightman, marriner, son of Thomas Weightman 
John Hansome, glover, son of William Hansome, taylor 
Robert Graves, gentleman, son of William Graves 
John Weymick, paver, son of Bartlett Weymick, paver 
Peter Weymick, paver, son of Bartlett Weymick, paver 
Christopher Barthrop, son of Christopher Barthrop, cordwainer 
William Thompson, miller, son of Thomas Thompson, miller 
Sam. Colbeck, son' of Sam. Colbeck, weaver to the manufacture 
John Wells, taylor, son of Thomas Wells, merchant taylor 
John Addinall, painter, son of William Addinall 
Robert Straker, gardiner, son of Robert Straker, taylor 
John Sudell, son of Luke Suddell, cook 

James Wheelar, inhold., son of Joh. Wheelas als. Wheelar, flax- 
dresser 

John Smales, joyner, son of Thomas Smailes, joyner 
John Long, shoemaker, son of John Long, cordwainer 
William Steel, cordwainer, son of Christopher Steel, staymaker 
Matthew Law, son of Robert Law, weaver 



THE FREEMEN OF YORK, 1740 259 

John Masterman, bricklayer, son of Robert Masterman, joyner 

Robert Jefferson, grocer, son of Edward Jefferson, grocer 

John Agar, butcher, son of Seth Agar, butcher 

John Precious, currier, son of Joseph Precious, currier 

Will. Swann, plumer & glazier, son of Will. Swann, plumer & glazier 

Thomas Wrightson, carpenter, son of William Wrightson, carpenter 

Francis Bell, carpenter, son of Christopher Bell, carpenter 

William Rawlin, son of John Rawlin, felmonger 

John Blanshard, milner, son of Thomas Blanshard, milner 

William Adcock, gardiner, son of John Adcock, linnenweaver 

William Sargeant, cordwainer, son of Richard Sargeant, cook 

John Pollard, marriner, son of John Pollard, pewterer 

Robert Musgrave, staymaker, son of Robert Musgrave, merchant 

Thomas Hillary, gentleman, son of Samuel Hillary, merchant 

George Batty, son of John Batty, combmaker 

William Busfield, marriner, son of Jeremiah Busfield, cook 

John Pemberton, gentleman, son of John Pemberton, merchant 

George Woodhouse, son of Thomas Woodhouse, skinner 

James Greenwood, barber surgeon, son of John Greenwood, barber 

surgeon 

George Skelton, grocer, son of George Skelton, cordwainer 
Francis Hall, cooper, son of William Hall 
Henry Hall, shoemaker, son of William Hall 
Michael Bennington, dyer, son of Michael Benington, dyer 
Joseph Harrison, cordwainer, son of Thomas Harrison, bricklayer 
William Cole, son of Robert Cole, merchant taylor 
William Walker, woolcomber and hosier, son of John Walker 
Samuel Walker, innholder, son of Samuel Walker, tanner 
Tho. Williamson, plum. & glazier, son of Tho. Williamson, plumer 
George Booth, cutler, son of Robert Booth, cutler 
William Weight man, clerk, son of Thomas Weigh tm an, brewer 
John Hillary, currier, son of John Hillary, currier 
John Powell, staymaker, son of John Powell, butcher 
Thomas Dale, staymaker, son of James Dale 
Thomas Waite, tinman, son of Robert Waite, brewer 
George Thompson, merchant, son of Ric. Thompson, alder, and 

merchant 

Francis Harrison, yeoman, son of John Harrison, butcher 
Thomas Raggett, apothecary, son of John Raggett, butcher 
Henry Bradley, clerk, son of John Bradley, clerk 
Ralph Tesh, painter, son of William Tesh, cook 
John Tate, gardiner, son of William Tate, tanner 
John Cooper, marriner, son of John Cooper 
Joseph Holmes, brazier, son of William Holmes, brazier 
William Nicholson, jeweller, son of Valentine Nicholson, attorney 
George Day, cordwainer, son of James Day, cordwainer 
Thomas Millner, clockmaker, son of Tho. Millner, merchant taylor 
Edward Wood, upholsterer, son of David Wood, barber surgeon 
Simon Stubbs, carpenter, son of Thomas Stubbs 



260 THE FREEMEN OF YORK, 1740 

Robert Smith, cordwainer, son of Robert Smith 

Silvester Smith, cooper, son of Robert Smith 

James Fenton, clockmaker, son of Thomas Fenton, brickmaker 

William Stockhill, taylor, son of George Stoekbill, taylor 

Henry Lee, miller, son of William Lee, miller 

Richard Baxter, glover, son of Thomas -Baxter, stationer 

Thomas Dawson, esquire, son of Samuel Dawson, merchant 

John Leng, cordwainer, son of John Leng, cordwainer 

Richard Spink, carpenter, son of Robert Spink, carpenter 

William Cook, whitesmith, son of Francis Cook, whitesmith 

Luke Spacy, tailor, son of John Spacy, embroiderer 

John Kirby, wyreworker, son of John Kirby, mason 

Walter Weymick, paver, son of Walter Weymick, paver 

William Gawthrop, combmaker, son of William Gawthrop, cordwainer 

William Mawtass, brushmaker, son of Thomas Moltas, taylor 

Thomas Mawtass, wyreworker, son of Thomas Moltas, taylor 

Robert England, barber, son of Robert Ingland, cooper 

Robert Wilson, weaver, son of Robert Wilson 

John Wilson, weaver, son of Benjamin Wilson 

John Beverley, son of John Beverley, tanner 

William Atkinson, linnendraper, son of Ric. Atkinson, linnen draper 

Thomas Robinson, son of Thomas Robinson, joyner 

Laurence Silcock, whitesmith, son of Laurence Silcock, whitesmith 

John Darcy, barber surgeon, son of Lewis Darcy, barber surgeon 

John Wickham, barber, son of John Wickham 

Jonathan Wickham, stay maker, son of John Wickham 

Henry Starkey, taylor, son of Bryan Starkey, ropemaker 

Christopher Croft, gentleman, son of Christopher Croft, gentleman 

Robert Hallyday, barber, son of Robert Hallyday, taylor 

John Briggs, clerk, son of William Briggs, sadler 

Thomas Goar, combmaker, son of Benjamin Goar, combmaker 

George Byfield, joyner, son of George By field 

Robert Byfield, joyner, son of George Byfield 

Thomas Dawson, barber surgeon, son of William Dawson, taylor 

Robert Newton, cordwainer, son of Robert Newton, cordwainer 

John Langwith, son of John Langwith, goldsmith 

Matthewe Browne, glazier, son of Robert (blank), tallow chandler 

John Hodgson, blacksmith, son of Thomas Hodgson, blacksmith 

Elias Ellis, son of John Ellis, artizen skinner 

William Lof thouse, flaxdresser, son of Edward Lofthouse, flaxdresser 

Robert Stephenson, gentleman, son of William Stephenson, merchant 

Robert Dalton, son of John Dalton, brewer 

Thomas Williamson, malster, son of William Williamson 

Thomas Marton, barber surgeon, son of Thomas Marton, winecooper 

James Todd, barber, son of Samuel Todd, goldsmith 

George Wright, musitian, son of John Wright 

Roger Ward, gentleman, son of Roger Ward, apothecary 

Richard Ward, bricklayer, son of John Ward, bricklayer 

Edmund Scorah, buttonmaker, son of Nathaniel Scorah 



THE FREEMEN OF YORK, 1740-1 261 

William Masterman, ropemaker, son of Eobert Masterman 

John Beatson, cordwainer, son of Thomas Beatson 

Simon Richardson, currier, son of Simon Richardson, marriner 

Edward Hall, linnendraper, son of Edward Hall, brewer 

John Bilton, cooper, son of [William] Bilton, cooper 

Stephen Dove, son of Edward Dove 

Abraham Bywater, surgeon, son of Francis Bywater, bricklayer 

William Copeland, perukemaker, son of Will. Copeland, fishmonger 

John Walker, taylor, son of George Walker, butcher 

Ralph Dalton, shoemaker, son of William Dalton, currier 

John Harperley, marriner, son of Edward Harperley, tallow chandler 

William Yates, merchant, son of William Yates, carpenter 

John Lashley, scholemaster, son of John Lashley, flaxdresser 

Stephen Crow, blacksmith, son of Thomas Crow, skinner 

Robert Crow, taylor, son of Thomas Crow, skinner 

Thomas Topham, haberdasher, son of Thomas Topham, milloner 

William Smailes, labourer, son of Thomas Smailes, joyner 

Thomas Smailes, husbandman, son of Thomas Smailes, joyner 

William Huard, cordwainer, son of William Huard, glazier 

Alexander Reynolds, son of Alexander Reynolds, baker 

Thomas Bell, brick maker, son of John Bell, carpenter 

James Silburne, glover, son of James Silburne, baker 

Ric. Whitelock, merch. adv., son of Chris. Whitelock, merch. advent. 

Edward Raper, son of William Raper, whitesmith 

Leonard Wharton, joyner, son of Matthew Wharton, taylor 

Leonard Fleming, joyner and carpenter, son of Leonard Fleming, 

ropemaker 

John Rudd, brewer, son of Richard Rudd, plumer 
Robert Burnett, son of Robert Burnett, butcher 
John Sokhill, mercer, son of William Sokhill, innholder 
William Rider, baker, son of William Rider, baker 
Francis Farnel, marriner, son of Jervas Farnell, flaxdresser 



15 GEO. II, JOH. MAYER, ESQ., MAYOR. MR. HALE WYVILE, 
MERCER, MR. JOH. ALLAN SON, GROG., MR. JOH. MOOR, SHOE- 
MAKER, MR. WILL. WILSON, TRUNKMAKER, MR. THO. ENGLAND, 
COOPER, MR. RIC. COWLING, BUTCH., CHAMBERLAINS 



William Reynold, heckler 
James Gatey, barber surgeon 
John Stow, mercer 
Thomas Law, innholder, by ord. 
John Bone, wheelwright 
Henry Teasedale, winecooper 
Thomas Salmon, brewer, by ord. 
Mich. Eastburne, groc. & apoth. 
William Southern, translator 
Thomas Elton, innholder, by ord> 



Thomas Hall, innholder, by order 
George Fox, esq., by order 
Thomas Bowes, grocer and apoth. 
Bernard Lentwere, merchant 

taylor, by order 
John Cowper, translator 
Bernard Acroid, brewer, by order 
Roger Judson, trunkmaker 
Ric. Vevers, blacksmith & farrier 
Joseph Marsh, miller, by order 



262 THE FREEMEN OF YORK, 1741-3 

Lovel Doughty, druggist, by ord. Francis Bredall, apothecary 
John Padget, porter, by order Henry Jubb, apothecary 

BY PATRIMONY 

Michael Barstow, merchant, son of Benjamin Barstow, merchant 
George Gowland, artizen skinner, son of George Gowlarid 
Ric. Thompson, house carpenter, son of Will. Thompson, blacksmith 
Edward Stabler, merchant, son of Emanuel Stabler, gentleman 
Samuel Stabler, bookseller, son of Emanuel Stabler, gentleman 



16 GEO. II, WILL. STEPHENSON, ESQ., MAYOR. MR. THO. WHYTE- 
HEAD, MR. JAMES DODSWORTH, MR. JOH. BRADLEY, MR. THO. 
BARSTOW, MR. WILL. NICHOLSON, MR. ABR. TAYLOR, CHAMBER- 
LAINS 



Will. Savile, felmonger & glover 
Joseph Northorp, hornbraker & 

combmaker 
David Bucktrout, framework 

knitter, per ordinem 
Tho. Margrave, merch., per ord. 
Geo. Suggett, ale draper, per ord. 
Richard Jackson, flaxdresser, 

ropemaker and harister 



Geo. Berry, vintner & innholder 
Thomas Green, innholder, by ord. 
John Davis, joyner, by order 
Joseph Robinson, plushweaver, 

by order 

Joshua Battye, innholder, p. ord. 
John Thompson, barber surgeon 
Christopher Headon, innholder, 

by order 



Marmaduke Marshall, grocer | William Bowcock, gardiner 

BY PATRIMONY 

William Monckton, innholder, son of William Monckton, innholder 

Thomas Cobb, translator, son of Thomas Cobb, currier 

Richard Frank, marriner, son of Robert Frank, marriner 

Richard Bell, cooper, son of Richard Bell, cooper 

Thomas Scaddlethorpe, son of Thomas Scaddlethorpe, bookbinder 

Edmund Gill, cordwainer, son of John Gill, tanner 

John Baxter, staymaker, son of Thomas Baxter, glover, haberdasher 

and felmonger 
Robert Deighton, barber surgeon, son of Joseph Deighton, barber 

surgeon 

Robert Hood, blacksmith, son of John Hood, blacksmith 
William Dalton, bookseller, son of William Dalton, baker 



17 GEO. II, THO. AGAR, ESQ., MAYOR. MR. EDW. WALLIS, MR. 
WILL. COATES, MR. MATH. LISTER, MR. THO. GARTNER, MR. 
GEO. CHAPMAN, MR. REGNALD SCAIFE, CHAMBERLAINS 



John Law, translator 
William Guiseley, whitesmith & 
pattinmaker 



Thomas Houtham, corkcutter 
Thomas Fisher, translator 
George Dod, bricklayer 



THE FREEMEN OF YORK, 1743 263 

Major Bradley, cordwainer I Richard Horwood, translator 

Steph. Clarke, printer & stationer 

John Jackson, blacksmith 

Thomas Mason, barber surgeon 

Richard Robson, butcher 

John Watson, flaxdresser 

Thomas Preston, barber surgeon 

Mark Robinson, cabinet maker 

John Standish, innholder, by ord. 



Richard Air, barber surgeon 
John Hardisty, merchant, p. ord. 
William Brookes, gent., per ord. 
John Dolman, sadler 
Ambrose Etherington, merchant 

taylor 

Arthur Houfe, butcher 
John Stroud, surgeon's instru- 



Samuel Nellist, carpenter, by ord. ment maker, per ordinem 
BY PATRIMONY 

Thomas Ward, sailor, son of John Ward, labourer 
Martin Johnson, merchant taylor, son of Thomas Johnson, carpenter 
Michael Haider, translator, son of Jeremiah Haider, porter 
Thomas Nelson, barber, son of Robert Nelson, linnenweaver 
Richard Thompson, clerk, son of Jonas Thompson, late alderman 
Bartholomew Weatherill, bricklayer, son of Bartholomew Weatherill, 

bricklayer 

John Atkinson, shoemaker, son of John Atkinson, translator 
Thomas Camidge, barber surgeon, son of Robert Camidge, bricklayer 
Thomas Lawrence, joyner, son of Thomas Lawrence, joyner 
John Payler, staymaker, son of William Payler, baker 
William Smith, yeoman, son of Thomas Smith, skinner 
John Peirson, sadler, son of James Peirson, sadler 
John Browne, cabinet maker, son of Samuel Browne, glover 
James Rudd, vintner, son of William Rudd, linnen weaver 
William Lee, feltmaker, son of William Lee, miller 
William Collier, whitesmith, son of George Collier, dyer 
John Shepherd, son of William Shepherd, flaxdresser 
Thomas Scott, cutler and milloner, son of William Scott, cutler 
John Douglas, miller, son of Richard Douglas, miller 
Ambrose Topping, joyner, son of John Topping, joyner 
Charles Hewlett, staymaker, son of Henry Hewlett, staymaker 
Richard Holmes, whitesmith, son of Thomas Holmes, brewer 
John Wilkinson of Dringhouses, son of Robert Wilkinson 
Seth Agar, clock & watchmaker, son of Ric. Agar, hosier & pinner 
William Matheray, mariner, son of John Matheray, marriner 
Job. Banks, wool, drap., son of Tho. Banks, wool, manufact. and dyer 
Peter Wilson, mariner, son of Peter Wilson, weaver 
William Agar, pin. and hosier, son of Richard Agar, hosier & pinner 
Richard Monckton, staymaker, son of Wm. Monckton, jr., innholder 
Jos. Pickering, brick & tilemaker, son of Robert Pickering, miller 
James Wright, tallowchandler, son of Matthew Wright, tallowchandler 
Thomas Waice, butcher, son of William Waice, butcher 
George Wright, merchant, son of George Wright, blacksmith 
George Masterman, marriner, son of George Masterman, linnen weaver 
Marmaduke Collinson, whitesmith, son of Marmaduke Collinson, 

whitesmith 



264 



THE FKEEMEN OF YORK, 1744-5 



18 GEO. II, JOH. EAPEE, ESQ., MAYOE. ME. GEO. THOMPSON, 
ME. HEN. WAITE, ME. EOB. HUDSON, ME, WILL. HOTHAM, 
ME. GEO. GOWLAND, ME. EDW. THWING, CHAMBEELAINS 



John Naylor, painter stainer 
Jonathan Field, gardiner 
Edward Hill, whitesmith 
Kalph Colling, butcher 
Geo. Davidson, merch. taylor, p. 

ordinem 

Robert Ellison, butcher 
Will. Jackson, soapboiler and 

chandler 

Thomas Martin, tallow chandler 
Robert Elam, merchant taylor 
James Todd, surgeon's instru- 
ment maker and cutler, p. ord. 
William Mawde, wine cooper 
Mary Rothery, merchant 
John Robinson, joyner, by order 
George Dawson, cutler, by order 



John Ripley, carpenter 
Thomas Voser, miller, by order 
Cornelius Ccrney, haberdasher 

of hats and leatherseller 
Will. Patrick, jun., tanner 
John Stead, cordwainer 
Charles Mitley, carver and free- 
working mason, per ordinem 
Richard Winter, winecooper 
Robert Welbank, cooper, by order 
Will. Jackson, merchant taylor 
Cuthbert Thompson, victualler, 

by order 

Christopher Masterman, butcher 
Tho. Marshall, merchant taylor 
Jas. Clarke, blacksmith, by order 



BY PATRIMONY 

John Lowther, carpenter and joyn., son of Nathaniel Lowther, 

labourer 

James Lawrence, dyer, son of Thomas Lawrence, joyner 
Thomas Thompson, mercer, son of Thomas Thompson, mercer 
Wm. Arundel als. Addinal, merch. taylor, son of Will. Addinal, taylor 
Thomas Foster, merchant taylor, son of John Foster, taylor 
Christopher Darbyshire, skinner, son of Christopher Darbyshire, 

skinner 

Henry Sturdy, shoemaker, son of Robert Sturdy, cooper 
Redman Stabler, mercer, son of Enianuel Stabler, hosier & pinner 
Charles Benson, joyner, son of John Benson, whitesmith 
John Rudd, linnenweaver, son of John Rudd, linnenweaver 
Francis Blanch, saylor, son of Enoch Blanch, porter 
Samuel Askwith, cooper, son of Samuel Askwith, cooper 
Matthew Coxen, grocer, son of Edward Coxen, artizen skinner 
Mary Dalton, daughter of William Dalton, baker 



19 GEO. II, JOH. EEAD, ESQ., MAYOE. ME. MICH. EASTBUENE, 
APOTH., ME, DAN. FEAN. WISKEE, ME. WILL. JACKSON, LIN. 
DEAPEES, ME. WILL. DUNN, JUNIOE, ME. THO. HAMMOND, 
BAEB. SUEG., ME. EIC. GAELAND, COOPEE, CHAMBEELAINS 

Vincent Cartwright, baker 



George Barrows, baker 

David Smith, innholder, by order 



Samuel Severs, butcher 
Miles Close, carpenter 
John Heslegrave, carpenter 



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265 



Thomas Moor, barber surgeon 
Nathan Waddington, blacksmith 
Philip Abbey, butcher 
H.B.H. William, Duke of Cum- 
berland, by order 
Eic. Inman, innholder, by order 
Edward Seagrave, brasier, by 

order 

John Fleming, barber surgeon 
Thomas Marfitt, salter, by order 
Ralph Whitfield, carpenter 
George Harrison, hornbraker 



John Hudson, joyner 

Tho. Bilton, woolendrap., by 

order 
George Outhwaite, labourer, by 

order 

Thomas Simpson, glazier 
John Hall, merchant taylor 
Thomas Nottingham, merchant 

taylor 
John Allcock, cordwainer, by 

order 



BY PATRIMONY 

Richard Tireman, felmonger & glover, son of Will. Tireman, currier 

Thomas Gawthrop, whitesmith, son of William Gawthrop, cordwainer 

James Flint, butcher, son of Thomas Flint, tanner 

William Hayes, yeoman, son of Thomas Hayes, joyner & carpenter 

John Fawcett, cordwainer, son of Samuel Fawcett, clothdresser 

William Boswell, translator, son of Henry Boswell, translator 

John Leadall, apothecary, son of Richard Leadall, clerk 

Luke Cowburne, bricklayer, son of Michael Cowburne, bricklayer 

William Barker, joyner, son of John Barker, upholsterer 

Thomas Cole, merchant taylor, son of Robert Cole, merchant taylor 

George Atkinson, apothecary, son of Richard Atkinson, mercer 

Thomas Maser, butcher, son of Thomas Maser, butcher 

Edward Greggs, merchant taylor, son of John Greggs, merchant taylor 

Michael Cowburne, bricklayer, son of Michael Cowburne, bricklayer 

Robert Fisher, butcher, son of Robert Fisher, butcher 

Mark Hall, joyner, son of Snawden Hall, tallowchandler 

William Penrose, translator, son of William Penrose, translator 

George Chapman, butcher, son of George Chapman, butcher 



20 GEO. II, GEO. ESCRICKE, ESQ., MAYOR. MR. JAMES SOLLIT, 
TAL. CHAND., MR. WILL. MAW, VINTNER, MR. FRAN. LOFTHOUSE, 
SILKWEAV., MR. JOH. SKILBECK, INHOLD., MR. JOH. HARRISON, 
PEWT., MR. JOH. MAWDE, CHINA AND TEA MAN 



Rob. Hotham, tanner and brewer 
Andrew Gill, translator 
William Tilborn, gardiner 
Robert Lazenby, winecooper 
Michael Cundell, currier, leather- 
cutter and leatherseller 
Will. Wilkinson, innhold., by ord. 
Rob. Johnson, innholder, by order 
William Pears, merchant taylor 
George Whartoii, winecooper 



Ric. Beal, innholder, by order 
Hewan Holt, innholder, by order 
Thomas Green, linnen weaver 
Robert Bartliffe, winecooper 
Thomas Fryar, tallow chandler 

and soapboiler 
Thomas Shillitoe, cutler 
Geo. Hawks well, j oyn. and sawyer 
Job. Johnson, carpent. & sawyer 
Samuel Huscroft, carpenter 



266 



THE FREEMEN OF YORK, 1746 



Thomas Deighton, cordwainer 
Thomas Dod, butcher 
John Frewd, comon brewer 
William Brice, merchant taylor 
John Dickinson, wine cooper 
Robert Rich, carpenter 
John Bower, wine cooper 
Thomas Hawkins, caster, felt- 
maker, and haberdasher 
William Thornton, esq., by order 
John Ellis, winecooper 
Thomas Joy, combmaker 
Daniel Wallis, whitesmith 
Edward Beanland, merchant 

taylor 

Richard Armistead, flaxdresser 
Henry Addison, printer 
John Colbeck, combmaker 
Joseph Towtill, marriner 
John Acklam, translator 
Robert Eccles, translator 
John Thompson, cordwainer 
Joseph Allen, merchant taylor 
Richard Hildrick, currier 
Arthur Shepherd, apothecary 
Hugh Robinson, merchant 
John Sherwin, merchant taylor 



Robert Bilbrough, merchant 

taylor 
Joseph Newton, innholder, by 

order 
Thomas Preston, gentleman, by 

order 

John Prince, bricklayer 
Thomas Pullen, miller 
John Pybus, combmaker 
Thomas Fleetham, butcher 
Francis Scott, malster 
Richard Mason, merchant 
Francis Bacon, apothecary 
Thomas Bell, blacksmith and 

farrier 

Frederick Rothery, grocer 
Charles Cracroft, merchant 

taylor 

John Moyser, brewer, by order 
George Wilkinson, innholder, by 

order 

Richard Whittle, barber surgeon 
Thomas Hawkins, felmonger, by 

order 
William Furnish, innholder, by 

order 



BY PATRIMONY 

Henry Mackerel, gardiner, son of Henry Mackerel, cooper 
George Hudson, baker, son of Matthew Hudson, baker 
Abraham Cawson, blacksmith, son of Jonathan Cawson, blacksmith 
Richard Dinmore, son of Richard Dinmoore, blacksmith 
Wm. Geo. Nicholson, gentleman, son of William Nicholson, fish- 
monger 

William Butler, flaxdresser, son of Richard Butler, linnenweaver 
George Robinson, merchant taylor, son of Michael Robinson, baker 
Richard Barnard, clerk, son of George Barnard, esq., aldm. 
John West, shipwright, son of James West, marriner 
William Hillary, son of John Hillary, mercer 
Thomas Appleby, son of William Appleby, cordwainer 
William Sarjeant, marriner, son of William Sarjeant, marriner 
Mark Allen, bricklayer, son of Mark Allen, marriner 
Thomas Scott, joyner, son of William Scott, tanner 
Thomas Raper, joyner, son of Thomas Raper, carpenter 
Samuel Matthews, pattenmaker, son of Tobias Matthews, whitesmith 
George Carey als. Caras, bricklayer, son of Rob. Caras, bricklayer 
George Turner, butcher, son of John Turner, clothier 



THE FREEMEN OP YORK, 1746-7 267 

John Tunstal, britchesmaker, son of Marmaduke Tunstal, whitesmith 

Thomas Flesher, butcher, son of James Flesher, butcher 

Charles Harrison, surgeon, son of George Harrison, barber surgeon 

John Scott, linnen weaver, son of Nicholas Scott, linnen weaver 

William Fentiman, bricklayer, son of John Fentiman, bricklayer 

William Stead, translator, son of Cornelius Stead, brickmaker 

Eobert Wilson, marriner, son of Thomas Wilson, marriner 

John Thompson, bricklayer, son of Bobert Thompson, miller 

John Brack, son of John Brack, gentleman 

John Waud, son of William Waud, innholder 

Samuel Potter, translator, son of Samuel Potter, pannierman 

Thomas Kilvington, son of George Kilvington, butcher 

John Richardson, butcher, son of Christopher Richardson, butcher 

Matthew Mordant, son of Matthew Mordant, innholder 

Joh. Robinson, wheelwright & turner, son of Rich. Robinson, weaver 

John Hartforth, marriner, son of Richard Hartforth, butcher 

Samuel Penrose, wheelwright, son of William Penrose, translator 

William Colling, son of John Colling, innholder 

Thomas Stephenson, marriner, son of John Stephenson, marriner 

Thomas Hudson, marriner, son of Cotton Hudson, innholder 

Thomas Duke, flaxdresser, son of Thorton Duke, taylor 

William Scott, linnen weaver, son of William Scott, linnen weaver 

John Scott, cordwainer, son of William Scott, linnen weaver 

James Rainforth als. Rentforth, labourer, son of Thomas Rainforth 

als. Rentforth, carpenter 

Charles Watson, bricklayer, son of William Watson, marriner 
John Walker, haberdasher of hats, son of John Walker, glover 
Joseph Mitchell, baker, son of William Mitchell, baker 
Francis Brookes, staymaker, son of John Brooks, weaver 
James Berwick, baker, son of Joseph Berwick, butcher 
Christopher Shepherd, butcher, son of Chris. Shepherd, of Moor 

Monkton 

James Shepherd, butcher, son of Chris. Shepherd, of Moor Monkton 
William Shepherd, butcher, son of Chris. Shepherd, of Moor 

Monkton 

Wilkinson Elston, bricklayer, son of William Elston, miller 
John Atkinson, currier, son of George Atkinson, currier 

21 GEO. II, ERAS. JEFFERSON, ESQ., MAYOR. MR. ROB. SUMMERS, 
MERCER, MR. THO. NURSAW, GROCER, MR. WILL. OASTLER, 
APOTH., MR. SAM. KIRKBY, HABERDASHER OF HATS, MR. THO. 
FOX, SILKWEAV., MR. THO. HARDISTY, CHAMBERLAINS 

Tho. Thompson, basketmaker William Hawitt, baker 



Michael Johnson, blacksmith and 

farrier 

William Thornton, clockmaker 
John Harton, carpenter 



Francis Ryley, carpenter 
Christopher Matterson, baker 
John Houseman, gardiner, by 
order 



John Myers, plummer and glazier John Unthank, baker, by order 



268 



THE FEEEMEN OF YORK, 1747-8 



Matthew Blenkorn, cooper, by 

order 
Ben. Northhouse, lin. drap., by 

order 

Richard Willbor, cordwainer 
John Marsh, translator 
Francis Laycock, tallow chandler 

and soap boiler 
Thomas Lawson, flaxdresser, by 

order 



Benjamin Radcliffe, painter 

stainer 

Richard Dent, miller, by order 
John Tasker, linnen draper, by 

order 

John' Jackson, carpenter 
Thomas Chettel, merchant 

taylor, by order 
John Varlow, brewer, by order 



BY PATEIMONY 

Edward Barker, sadler, son of Edmund Barker, plummer 
Seth Agar, merchant, son of Thomas Agar, esq., alder. 
Stephen Dalton, baker, son of Thomas Dalton, butcher 
Mercy Morton, milloner, daur. of Joh. Morton, haberdasher of hats 
William Pattrick, merchant taylor, son of George Pattrick, mer- 
chant taylor 
John Wynne, esq., son of Sir Ric. Wynne, Kt., Serjt.-at-Law, city 

council 

William Wilson, barber surgeon, son of Robert Wilson, weaver 
John Matthews, stay maker, son of John Matthews, artizen skinner 
Thomas Allanson, plumer and glazier, son of Thomas Allanspn, 

plum, and glaz. 

Tho. Auston, merchant taylor, son of Silvester Auston, stuff weaver 
John Bell, carpenter, son of John Bell, carpenter 
William Walker, cordwainer, son of Matthew Walker, baker 
George Kipling, bricklayer, son of Anthony Kipling, bricklayer 



22 GEO. II, JAMES EOWE, ESQ., MAYOE. ME. JOH. STOW, MEECEE, 
ME. THO. COEDLEY, MEECH., ME. BEN. ATKINSON, ME. JOH. 
HAEPEE, HABEEDASHEES OF HATS, ME. SAM. STABLEE, 
BOOKSELLEE, ME. THO. MAEFITT, SALTEE, CHAMBEELAINS 



Charles Marshall, woolen draper 
William Browne, merchant 

taylor 

Christopher Lonsdale, sadler 
John Jefferson, translator 
William Cant, butcher 
John Fox, winecooper 
William Hill, butcher 
William Topcliffe, translator 
Ambr. Beckwith, goldsmith, by 

order 
Thomas Perkins, aledraper, by 

order 
John Bramham, butcher 



William Johnson, innholder, by 

order 

Francis Boss, porter, by order 
Benjamin Smith, flaxdresser 
William Drew, joyner and car- 
penter, by order 
John Cracroft, apothecary 
John Lofthouse, inholder and 

vintner, by order 
Samuel Wormald, tanner, by 

order 
Thomas Hunter, vintner and 

inholder, by order 
Tho. Tate, brewer and malster 



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269 



Thomas Rothwell, cotton weaver, 
gratis, by order 



George Gellson, carpenter, by 
order 



BY PATRIMONY 

Leonard Smith, butcher, son of Leonard Smith, mason 
Thomas Spooner, mercer, son of Thomas Spooner, mercer 
James Platts, painter stainer, son of Timothy Platts, barber surgeon 
George Waite, cork cutter, son of Henry Waite, linnen weaver 
William Rudd, marriner, son of George Rudd, linnenweaver 
Christopher Raper, marriner, son of Thomas Raper, carpenter 
John Appleton, bricklayer, son of Richard Appleton, tanner 
Philemon Marsh, clerk, son of Philemon Marsh, master and mariner 
Elizabeth Dunn, linnen weaver, daur. of William Dunn, barber 

surgeon 

Thomas Walker, gardiner, son of Thomas Walker, butcher 
Richard Sands, felmonger and glover, son of James Sands, cord- 

wainer 

Mark Dalton, butcher, son of Thomas Dalton, butcher 
John Bean, labourer, son of John Bean, joyner 
Thomas Tireman, flaxdresser, son of William Tireman, currier 
John Watson, marriner, son of William Watson, marriner 
John Maxwell, son of Benjamin Maxwell, carpenter 
William Jolliffe, merchant, son of John Jolliffe, marriner 
William Crosby, labourer, son of Richard Crosby, baker 
William Kirby, artizan skinner, son of William Kirby, artizan 

skinner 

John Raper, gentleman, son of John Raper, esquire 
George Banks, butcher, son of William Banks, carpenter 
Thomas Pitts, marriner, son of Thomas Pitts, carpenter 
James Atkinson, apothecary, son of Charles Atkinson, grocer 
Mary Preston, daughter of Richard Preston, tallow chandler 



23 GEO. II, MATH. LISTER, ESQ., MAYOR. MR. WILL. AGAR, 
PINNER, MR. JOH. WILLIAMSON, MR. THO. CLARK AND MR. 
WILL. REDSHAW, MERCHANTS, MR. STEP. BUCKLE, GOLDSMITH, 
MR. FRAN. BILTON, LIN. WEAV., CHAMBERLAINS 



John Fletcher, translator 
John Oddie, whitesmith 
Joseph Gorwood, pewterer 
Edw. Drake, apothecary, by 

order 
James Astington, vintner, by 

order 
Rich. Cawson, aledraper, by 

order 

Rich. Hunt, aledraper, by order 
Rob. Hewson, innholder, by order 



Francis Thompson, innholder 
Joseph Philips, aledraper, by 

order 

John Ellis, baker 
William Ellison, joyner 
Thomas Braithwaite, innholder, 

by order 
Joseph Priestley, innholder, by 

order 
Robert Skarrett, aledraper, by 

order 



270 THE FREEMEN OF YORK, 1749 

Dorothy Mallison, widow John Burnistone, merch. taylor 

William Saunderson, ale draper, Isaac Houseley, aledraper, by ord. 



by order 

Will. Button, yeoman, by order 
Simpson Lambert, joiner, by 

order 

Robert Agar, butcher 
George Waind, brickmaker, by 

order 

Christopher Heslup, currier 
Edmund Newton, innholder, by 

order 
Tho. Eadson, barber chirurgeon 



Robert Sadler, carpenter 
John Baldwin, aledraper 
Peter Johnson, jr., esq., by order, 

gratis 

George Rommans, bricklayer 
Elizabeth Layton, milliner 
Elizabeth Huggans, milliner 
Richard Dawson, cooper 
Thomas Allford, cooke 
William Ridgeway, mariner 
George Cowley, glass grinder, by 



Will. Beane, innholder, by order \ order 



BY PATRIMONY 

Thomas Elliott, brazier, son of Thomas Elliott, shoemaker 

Thomas Shaftoe, sailor, son of George Shaftoe, barber 

Luke Silburne, wine cooper, son of Robert Silburne, baker 

Rachael Rhodes, widow, daughter of Richard Lund, tallow chandler 

Mary Cameron, widow, daughter of David Fleming, joyner 

John Lazenby, husbandman, son of John Lazenby, butcher 

William Broxup, blacksmith, son of William Broxup, blacksmith 

Gertrude Rhodes, milliner, daughter of Charles Rhodes, goldsmith 

Robert Hall, baker, son of John Hall, baker 

John Godson, heckler, son of Thomas Godson, heckler 

John Askham, furrier, son of William Askham, furrier 

Henry Raper, merchant, son of John Raper, esq., alderman 

John Elwick, merchant taylor, son of John Elwick, merchant taylor 

Elizabeth Wilton, linendraper, daughter of Rob. Wilton, cordwainer 

Elizabeth Preston, linendraper, daughter of Richard Preston, tallow 

chandler 

Peter Hunter, baker, son of Peter Hunter, baker 
George Dawson, mariner, son of Richard Dawson, cobler 
Mary Bainbridge, widow, daughter of John Todd, mercer 
John Hunton, cordwainer, son of Richard Hunton, cordwainer 
Nicholas Boldock, flaxdresser, son of Thomas Boldock, flaxdresser 
Andrew Kilvington son of Andrew Kilvington als. Mercer, weaver 
Margaret Shotton, widow, daughter of George Smeaton, taylor 
Thomas Wilson, mariner, son of Thomas Wilson, marrmer 
Philip Knapton, barber surgeon, son of John Knapton, millwright 
William Thirnam, farmer, son of Francis Thirnam, farmer 
Edward Johnson, son of Richard Johnson, flaxdresser 
William Bradley, son of Henry Bradley, innholder 
Charles Wright, tallow chandler, son of Matthew Wright, tallow 

chandler 
John Wrightson, carpenter, son of John Wrightson, blacksmith 



THE FREEMEN OF YORK, 1750, 1752 



271 



24 GEO. II, GEO. SKELTON, ESQ., MAYOR. MR. THO. BOWES, 
APOTH., JOS. DEIGHTON, BARB. SURG., LAURENCE SLATER, 
SKINNER, JOS. HAWKSWORTH, WINE MERCH., WILL. HALL, 
BREWER, THO. ELLIS, STAYMAKER, CHAMBERLAINS 



Edw. Matterson, plum. & glazier 
George Allen, brushmaker 
John Fountain, cordwainer 
Robert Thompson, cordwainer 
Eliz. Eothery, milliner, by order 
Eobert Godson, butcher 
Thomas Scott, baker 
William Swift, gardiner 



Eobert Leadley, tallow chandler 
Edward Wilkinson, joyner 
John Smith, clockmaker, by ord. 
John Mawson, bricklayer 
John Scott, millwright, by order 
Eichard Nelstrop, bricklayer 
John Spencer, baker, by order 



BY PATRIMONY 

Henry Launsdale, son of Henry Launsdale, felmonger and glover 
Thomas Wilson, bookseller, son of Thomas Wilson, cordwainer 
James Benson, whitesmith, son of John Benson, whitesmith 
Eobert Gilson, cordwainer, son of John Gilson, translator 
John Kibblewhite, joiner, son of Eobert Kibblewhite, bricklayer 
Henry Anderson, combmaker, son of Eobert Anderson, combmaker 
David Bilton, chandler & grocer, son of William Bilton, cooper 
Benjamin Mancklin, cabinet maker, son of Benjamin Mancklin, 

furrier 

Matthew Lee, whitesmith, son of Joseph Lee, baker 
Eichard Wray, tallow chandler, son of Peter Wray, cordwainer 
Eichard Benson, bricklayer, son of David Benson, baker 
Christopher Severs, butcher, son of Leonard Severs, butcher 
Thomas Atkinson, marriner, son of Thomas Atkinson, currier 
William Elston, butcher, son of Joseph Elston, merchant taylor 
James Eichardson, apothecary, son of John Eichardson, gentleman 
William Dealtry, flaxdresser, son of William Dealtry, hosier & pinner 



25 GEO. II, JAMES BARNARD, ESQ., MAYOR. MR. WILL. YATES, 
MR. WILL. MUSGRAVE, MR. MATTH. COAEN, MR. THO. GREEN, 
MR. THO. HUNGATE, MR, ALEX. HARRISON, CHAMBERLAINS, 
FROM THE FEAST OF ST. BLAISE 1750, OLD STYLE, TO THE 
SAME FEAST 1752, NEW STYLE 



Thomas Hutton, miller 
Eobert Eennison, butcher 
James Wiggans, druggist 
Eob. Wright, innholder, by order 
Jos. Yarrow, printer & stationer 
Will. Lonsdale, plum, and glazier 
John Ward, sadler 
William Beckwith, mercer 



William Young, cabinet maker 
John Tate, joiner 
Tho. Eeaston, master & mariner 
Eobert Drake, merchant taylor 
Eobert Carr, innholder, by order 
Eobert Ellen, innholder, by order 
W T illiam Allan, baker 
Thomas Todd, tallow chandler 



272 



THE FREEMEN OF YORK, 1752-3 



Ric. Gibson, apothecary, by ord. 
Thomas Beal, innholder, by ord. 
Joseph Mollett, innholder, by ord. 



Joseph Netherwood, winecooper 
Amos Horseman, fishmonger, by 
order 



BY PATEIMONY 

Jacob Cooper, mariner, son of John Cooper, tallow chandler 
Thomas Read Whitaker, merchant, son of Samuel Wbitaker, grocer 
Robert Pickering, a Quaker, tanner, son of Robert Pickering, a 

Quaker, tanner 

Michael Jackson, son of John Jackson, innholder 
Robert Rudd, linnen weaver, son of John Rudd, linnen weaver 
Leonard Stephenson, yeoman, son of Moses Stephenson, taylor 
John Knapton, vintner, son of John Knapton, millwright 
James Harrison, son of John Harrison, chandler 
Elizabeth Mordaunt, daughter of Matthew Mordaunt, innkeeper 
Edward Masser, butcher, son of Thomas Masser, butcher 
William Dawson, cordwainer, son of William Dawson, cordwainer 
John Tate, corkcutter, son of John Tate, tanner 
John Buttrey, merchant, son of John Buttrey, silkweaver 
Christopher Rawden, shalloon maker, son of Chris. Rawden, brewer 
Oswald Langwith, clerk, son of James Langwith, whitesmith 



26 GEO. II, WILL. COATES, ESQ., MAYOR. MR. THO. PERRITT, MR. 
THEOPH. GARENCIERS, MR. EDW. PORTEUS, MR. WILL. SMITH, 
MR. TIM. WHITE, MR. HEWORTH, CHAMBERLAINS 



Thomas Suttle, wine cooper 
John Watson, barber chyrurgeon 
William Wilson, translator 
Robert Ward, flaxdresser 
Richard Davis, jr., marriner 
Joh. Lister, cur. & leathercutter 
Richard Routh, mercer 
Tho. Clark, cur. & leather seller 
William Baumbrough, bricklayer, 

by order 
Robert Hepenstall, innholder, by 

order 

William Mason, grocer, by order 
Chris. Firbanke, carver & v mason 
John Tuke, haberdasher, by order 
James Fryer, sadler 
Henry Jowett, flaxdresser 
John Hodgson, tallow chandler 
John Hartley, glover 
John Gray, by order 



Jos. Prentice, whitesmith, by ord. 
Sir John Armytage, bart., by ord. 
Edward Pool, aledraper, by order 
Jos. Sharp, gunsmith, by order 
Tho. Gilbank, coal merchant, by 

order 

Richard Bealby, baker 
Tho. Stanforth, innholder, by ord. 
Thomas Maugham, baker 
William Hesletine, gardiner 
John Blacklock, marriner 
John Horseman, innholder, by 

order 

Richard Cayley, jeweller, by ord. 
Hardy Flower, innholder, by ord. 
Will. Burdsall, innholder, by ord. 
John Cooper, bricklayer, by order 
William Peckitt, glass painter & 

stainer, by order, gratis 



THE FREEMEN OF YORK, 1753-4 273 

BY PATRIMONY 

John Coble, joiner, son of John Coble, victualler 

Stephen Appleyard, plummer and glazier, son of Mark Appleyard, 

plummer and glazier 

Ann Morton, milliner, daughter of John Morton, haberdasher 
William Allen, junior, grocer, son of William Allen, taylor 
Christopher Gainforth, gardiner, son of Francis Gainforth, gardiner 
Thomas Jennings, carpenter, son of William Jennings, carpenter 
Henry Hudson, brazier, son of William Hudson, silversmith 
William Tuke, grocer, son of Samuel Tuke, stuff weaver 
Robert Hartley, flaxdresser, son of Robert Hartley, flaxdresser 
Thomas Goodrick, bricklayer, son of Thomas Goodrick, bricklayer 
Richard Spink, salter, son of Richard Spink, yeoman 
Richard Preston, tallow chandler, son of Richard Preston, tallow 

chandler 

Thomas Mason, whitesmith, son of John Mason, whitesmith 
James Baines, bricklayer, son of Peter Baines, bricklayer 
Thomas Calvert, cabinet maker, son of Joshua Calvert, joiner 
William Johnson, brickmaker, son of Richard Johnson, ropemaker 
John Hall, staymaker, son of Andrew Hall, pipe and trunk maker 
John Hall, barber, son of John Hall, baker 
Thomas Godson, heckler, son of Thomas Godson, heckler 
John Little, yeoman, son of Thomas Little, yeoman 
Henry Askwith, taylor, son of Samuel Askwith, cooper 
Jeremiah als. Jeremy Sowden, son of William Sowden, sleddman 
John Swann, schoolmaster, son of William Swann, glazier 
John Oliver, carpentar, son of John Oliver, miller 
John Ovington, barber surgeon, son of Henry Ovington, brewer 
John Harrison, tallow chandler, son of John Harrison, chandler 
Peter Theakston, butcher, son of Peter Theakston, butcher 



27 GEO. II, EIC. LAWSON, ESQ. ME. LEO. TERRY, MR. GEO. 
ATKINSON, MR. GEO. BECKWITH, MR. EDW. MOORHOUSE, MR. 
EDW. PLIMPTON, MR. ARTH. SHEPHERD, CHAMBERLAINS 



Joseph Swaile, joiner 

Edward Lonsdale of Lancaster, 

breeches maker & leatherseller 
Thomas Birkett, blacksmith 
Thomas Scruton, bricklayer 
John Powell, butcher 
John Cartwright, miller 
John Riley, wheelwright 
William Knipe, butcher 
John Palmes, haberdasher of 

hatts and leatherseller 
William Grant, joiner and car- 



Will. Hauxwell, join, andcarpent. 
John Ramsey, grocer, by order 
Samuel Pawson, merchant, by 

order 

John Eland, bricklayer 
Michael Ellis, bricklayer 
William Jennings, marriner 
Robert Swailes, baker 
Matthew Lee, tinman 
Roger Southeron of New Malton, 

merchant taylor 
Joseph Hindley, clock and watch - 



pentar, by order maker 

VOL. II. T 



274 THE FREEMEN OF YORK, 1754-5 



Thomas Kobson, translator 
John Headlam, mason 



Richard Greenwood, weaver, by 
order 



Thomas Taylor, wheelwright 

BY PATRIMONY 

Joseph Cattle, translator, son of William Cattle, flaxdresser 
Ambrose Collyer, translator, son of John Collyer, translator 
John Silcock, tinplate worker, son of William Silcock, whitesmith 
Thomas Cade, translator, son of Thomas Cade, translator 
Francis Lowther, son of Nathaniel Lowther, winecooper 
Bryant Owram, butterfactor, son of John Owram, cook 
Thomas Dodgson, taylor, son of Thomas Dodgson, combmaker 
Thomas Graves, yeoman, son of Matthew Graves, linnen weaver 
Eobert Graves, yeoman, son of the said Matthew Graves 
Joseph Graves, yeoman, son of the said Matthew Graves 
William Smith, cooper, son of Thomas Smith, flaxdresser 
Marmaduke Bullock, whitesmith, son of Marm. Bullock, whitesmith 
George Hick, blacksmith, son of Thomas Hick, junior, butcher 
Thomas Wilson, breeches maker, son of Thomas Wilson, merchant 

taylor 

Job. Thompson of Knaresbrough, lin. weaver, son of Job. Thomp- 
son, glazier 

John Overend, fishmonger, son of John Overend, fishmonger 
George Bilton, cutler, son of William Bilton, cooper 
John Taylor, mason, son of George Taylor, cordwainer 
Thomas Earl, bricklayer, son of George Earle, gardiner 
Geo. Metcalfe, ivory combmaker, son of Tho. Metcalfe, butcher 
Livenea Starkey, daughter of Ezekiel Starkey, whitesmith 
Nicholas Nixon, printer, son of Joshua Nixon, butcher 
James Croft, plummer and glazier, son of Martin Croft, plummer 

and glazier 

Thomas Ewbank, staymaker, son of Eobert Ewbank, staymaker 
Thomas Matthews, vintner, son of Paul Matthews, innholder 
James Wenfield, joiner, son of John Wenfield, marriner 
Robert Taylor, joiner, son of Robert Taylor, joiner 
William Taylor, joiner, son of Robert Taylor, joiner 
William Cobb, joiner, son of John Cobb, victualler 
John Severs, taylor, son of Leonard Severs, butcher 
John Laurence, marriner, son of John Laurence, baker 



28 GEO. II, THO. MATTHEWS, ESQ., MAYOR. MR. BARNARD 
LENTWERE, MR. WM. BILTON, MR. JOH. PENNICK, MR. JOS. 
EDWARDS, MR. ROB. ELLISON, MR. THO. ELLTON, 
CHAMBERLAINS 



Richard Slaton, winecooper 
Robert Simpson, joiner 
Michael Potts, joiner 



Benjamin Snow, bricklayer 
Edward Reed, merchant taylor 
Andrew Suddren, felmonger 



THE FREEMEN OF YORK, 1755 



275 



William Gregson, bricklayer 
Simon Clough, cooper 
Thomas Nixon, merchant taylor 
John Mills, barber chirurgeon 
Thomas Stephenson, merchant 

taylor 

Thomas Scott, barber surgeon 
John Peirson, silk mercer, by 

order 

John Sever, vintner, by order 
John Labron, grocer, by order 
Rob. Grews, joiner and carpentar 
John Jackson, malster, by order 
Richard Carr, yeoman, by order 
James Atkinson, staymaker 
John Harrison, butcher, by order 
Tho. Blyth, cordwainer, by order 
William Brewster, bricklayer 
Tho. Prince, cheesemong., by 

order 

Charles Erskine, sadler, by order 
Robert Ledger, lin. draper, by 

order 

John Smith, translator 
Marwood Bustard, mercer 
William Walsh, baker 



Joshua Daniel, barber chirurgeon 
John Ridsdale, merchant taylor 
Richard Drew, coppersmith and 

braizier 

George Atkinson, currier, leather- 
cutter and leatherseller 
Benjamin Lund, printer 
Matthew Daniel, tallowchandler 

and soapboiler 
John Bell, joiner, by order 
Richard Stead, yeoman, by order 
John Shaw, translator 
Will. Nicholson, fishmonger, by 

order 

Joh. Standeven,pottseller, by ord. 
George Haddock, porter, by order 
John Shepherd, innholder, by 

order 
Phineas Philips, cordwainer, by 

order 

George Hornby, carpentar 
John Sanderson, joiner 
Simon Smith, flaxdresser 
Thomas Bell, butcher 
William Archer, tobacconist, by 

order 



BY PATBIMONY 

George Marsh, clerk, son of George Marsh, clerk 
William Thompson, cooper, son of John Thompson, tanner 
James Ryley, staymaker, son of William Ryley, merchant taylor 
Thomas Blansh, marriner, son of Enock Blansh, porter 
Richard Dalton, bricklayer, son of William Dalton, joiner 
Thomas Greenup, cordwainer, son of John Greenup, merchant 

taylor 

Philip Greenup, flaxdresser, son of John Greenup, merchant taylor 
John Humphry, labourer, son of Francis Humphrey, tanner 
Leonard Carnage, taylor, son of Leonard Carnage, translator 
John Carnage, translator, son of Leonard Carnage, translator 
-Thomas Preston, joiner, son of Thomas Preston, baker 
Robert Hodgson, marriner, son of Thomas Hodgson, marriner 
Robert Carnage, translator, son of Leonard Carnage, translator 
John Emmerson, linnenweaver, son of Thomas Emmerson, linnen- 

weaver 

Frederick Moxon, bricklayer, son of Hewley Moxon, upholsterer 
Peter Wilson, winecooper, son of Leonard Wilson, winecooper 
Jonathan Bennington, dyer, son of Michael Bennington, dyer 
John Collier, baker, son of John Collier, translator 

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THE FEEEMEN OF YORK, 1755-6 



William Woodell, cordwainer, son of William Woodell, cordwainer 
Fran. Braithwaite, join, andcarpent., son of Job. Braithwaite, baker 
Zacharias Broxup, labourer, son of Zacharias Broxup, clothier 
Richard Camidge, cordwainer, son of Robert Camidge, bricklayer 
John Howgrave, marriner, son of John Howgrave, sledgman 
Mark Ambler, labourer, son of Mark Ambler, innholder 
Henry Buttery, miller, son of Henry Buttery, labourer 
Ric. Rawden, fellmong. and glov., son of Job. Rawden, felmong. 

and glov. 

Will. Walker, joiner and carpenter, son of Samuel Walker, tanner 
William Silcock, whitesmith, son of William Silcock, whitesmith 
Leonard Newcombe, fishmonger, son of Leonard Newcombe, fish- 
monger 

Thomas Mace, butcher, son of Joshua Mace, taylor 
Christopher Newstead, carpenter, son of George Newstead, carpenter 
Tho. Newstead, soapboil. and tallowchand., son of Geo. Newstead, 

carpent. 
Robert Woodhouse, merchant, son of Thomas Woodhouse, comb- 

maker 

William Wyrell, linnen weaver, son of John WyreJl, linnen weaver 
John Pattison, officer in excise, son of John Pattison, pewterer 
Thomas Coultart, labourer, son of William Coultart, miller 
Elizabeth Greenbury, brewer, daughter of Joshua Greenbury, tanner 
Stephen Baker, cook, son of William Baker, cook 
John Forster, staymaker, son of Valentine Forster, taylor 
John Creighton, merchant taylor, son of Archibald Creighton, 

merchant taylor 

Christopher Heslup, currier, son of Christopher Heslup, currier 
Robert Flint, skinner, son of Thomas Flint, malster and tanner 
John Hotham, haberdasher, son of William Hotham, merchant 
Matthew Rayson, carpentar, son of Matthew Ray son, carpentar 
Christopher Jackson, barber surgeon, son of Christopher Jackson, 

marriner 

Benjamin Hall, marriner, son of John Hall, baker 
John Gibson of Wheldrake, yeoman, son of John Gibson, bricklayer 
John Askwith, mercer and draper, son of Samuel Askwith, cooper 
Walter Merry, framework knitter, son of Samuel Merry, weaver 
Joseph Hudson, tanner, son of Timothy Hudson, tanner 



29 GEO. II, EIC. FAEEEE, ESQ., MAYOE. ME. EOB. DEIGHTON, 
ME. BEN. MURGATEOYD, ME. JOS. WIGGINS, MR. GEO. COATES, 
MR. RIC. WOOD, WILL. SLATEE, CHAMBEELAINS 



Robert Robinson, winecooper 
John Hall, barber 
Robert Fawcitt, flaxdresser 
John Lockwood, barb, chirurgeon 
James Coates, merchant taylor 
John Grav-es, innholder, by order 



Thomas Frewd, translator 

Bryan Hardcastle, baker 

John Jowett, currier and leather 

cutter ' 

Jos. Simpson, victual, and vint. 
James Palister, currier, by order 



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277 



Will. Cockran, coachmaker, by 

order 

Eobert White, carpentar 
Anthony Harwood, butcher 
John Harrison, butcher 
Thomas Wilkinson, carpentar 
Richard Carlton, translator 
John Herbert carpentar & joyner 
George Thorp, butcher 
John Dickinson, innholder, by 

order 
Mountague Giles, brickmaker, 

by order 

Francis Gatliffe, jeweller, by ord. 
Lydia Rhodes, basketmaker, by 

order 

John Pearson, innholder, by ord. 
John Atkinson, confectioner 
Henry Hodgson, barber 



John Whisker, cabinet maker 
Henry Meacy, ropemaker 
George Kidd, tanner, by order 
George Hill, labourer, by order 
John Thompson, translator 
William Ellis, merchant taylor 
Richard Atkinson, innholder, by 

order 
Benjamin Taylor, hornbraker 

and combmaker 

Peter Goullett, jeweller, by order 
Joshua Lea, blacksmith 
William Thomas, marriner 
Joh. Nowell, carpenter & joyner 
Geo. Williamson, glover, by order 
Matthew Spence, innholder, by 

order 
James Luntley (?), glover, by ord. 



BY PATRIMONY 

Tho. Whytehead, breechesmaker, son of Chris. Whytehead, currier 

John Haxby, flaxdresser, son of Robert Haxby, joiner 

John Thompson, butcher, son of John Thompson, tanner 

Charles Richardson, merchant, son of James Richardson, merchant 

George Mortimer, son of Thomas Mortimer, porter 

Robert Kibblewhite, bricklayer, son of Rob. Kibblewhite, bricklayer 

George Silcock, labourer, son of John Silcock, carpentar 

Jonathan Williams, painter, son of Hen. Williams, hornpresser and 

combmaker 

James Godson, dyer, son of Thomas Godson, heckler 
Thomas Waite, sawyer, son of Thomas Waite, whitesmith 
Thomas Raysin, son of Matthew Raysin, carpentar 
Richard Hardy, barber, son of Richard Hardy, translator 
Thomas Flint, taylor, son of John Flint, marriner 
Eliz. Reynoldson, milliner, dau. of George Reynoldson, upholsterer 
Robert Craven, perukemaker, son of John Craven, translator 
Henry Barnard, joyner, son of William Barnard, barber chirurgeon 
Charles Atkinson, surgeon, son of Charles Atkinson, grocer 
Anthony Bell, cooper, son of Richard Bell, cooper 
John Wilson of Ripon, breechesmaker, son of Thomas Wilson, 

merchant taylor 

Thomas Jackson, translator, son of William Jackson, translator 
Butler Burton, grocer, son of Thomas Burton, tanner 
William Mackerell, butcher, son of Henry Mackerell 
Robert Masterman, tinker, son of Robert Masterman, joyner 
William Hagues, carpentar, son of John Hagues, joyner 
Robert Greenup, cutler, son of John Grecnup, merchant taylor 



278 



THE FKEEMEN OF YOKE, 1756-7 



John Dalton, butcher, son of Thomas Dalton, butcher 

George Buhner, silkweaver, son of Peter Buhner, silkweaver 

Edward Addison, taylor, son of Edward Addison, tayior 

John Turpin, translator, son of George Turpin, translator 

Will. Calvert, Burton Leonard, cordwainer, son of Will. Calvert, 

butcher 

Malby Baildon, taylor, son of William Baildon, taylor ^ 
Henry Lowther, cabinet maker, son of Luke Lowther, innholder 
Henry Ovington, husbandman, son of Henry Ovington, brewer 
Thomas Smith, joiner, son of William Smith, joiner 
Fletcher Gawthrop, cordwainer, son of Will. Gawthrop, cordwainer 
Thomas Lund, gentleman, son of Thomas Lund, merchant taylor 
Thomas James, musician, son of Thomas James, cordwainer 
Thomas Barnard, carpentar and joiner, son of Tho. Barnard, baker 



30 GEO II, GEO. FOX-LANE, ESQ., MAYOE. MR SAM. PAWSON, 
ME. SETH AGAE, ME. NATH. BELL, ME. JOH. ATKINSON, ME. 
HEN. DEIFFIELD, ME. EOB. BAEKEE, CHAMBEELAINS 



Richard Gellson, cordwainer 
Alexander Einghorn, translator 
Chris. Brown, barber chirurgeon 
John Pearson, barber chirurgeon 
Rob. Cook, brazier & coppersmith 
Mr. John Carr, stonecutter, by 

order 

Joh. Wilson, blacksmith & farrier 
William Stillingfleet, apothecary 
George Gibson, carpenter 
Rob. Consit, barber chirurgeon 
Robert Scruton, taylor 
Will. He worth, carpenter & joiner 
Robert Collett, innholder, by ord. 
William Nicholson, fishmonger 
Joseph Atkinson, stonecutter 
William Pendleton, cordwainer 
William Buckle, gent., by order 



Richard Smith, porter, by order 
John Hinxman, bookseller, by 

order 
Thomas Gunthorpe, druggist and 

teaman, by order 
Thomas Malton, jeweller and 

goldsmith, by order 
Christopher Hunter, innholder 
Thomas Hodgson, innholder, by 

order 
William Newstead, brewer, by 

order 

Francis Spencer, joiner 
Ralph Wake, gardiner 
Matthew Robinson, skinner, by 

order 
Francis Hudson, pewterer, by 

order 



BY PATBIMONY 

Valentine Banks als. Bamks of Beverley, butcher, son of William 

Bamks, carpenter 

Richard Beeforth, whitesmith, son of John Beeforth, whitesmith 
Anthony Bosomworth, butcher, son of Anthony Bosomworth, butcher 
Francis Coulton, clockmaker, son of John Coulton, clockmaker 
Anth. Robinson, framework knitter, son of Ric. Robinson, weaver 
Thomas Flint, mariner, son of Thomas Flint, mariner 
Richard Bland, merchant, son of John Bland, a sugar merchant 
George Wrightson, haberdasher, son of William Wrightson, currier 



THE FREEMEN OF YORK, 1757-8 



279 



Tho. Marshall, cabinet maker, son of James Marshall, cabinet maker 
Kichard Swaile, bricklayer, son of Henry Swaile, bricklayer 
John Baynes, als. Barn, bricklayer, son of Thomas Barn, heckler 
Thomas Fisher, butcher, son of Robert Fisher, butcher 
William Hessey, tinner, son of William Hessey, tinner 
Tobias Matthews, staymaker, son of Paul Matthews, innholder 
John Beverley, cutler, son of Stephen Beverley, tanner 
Thomas Fowler, butcher, son of Robert Fowler, baker 



31 GEO. II, JOH. ALLANSON, ESQ., MAYOR. MR. EDW. STABLER, 
MR. HUGH ROBINSON, MR. RALPH TERRY, MR. JAMES CONYERS, 
MR. DAY. BUCKTROUT, MR. THO. ALLANSON, CHAMBERLAINS 



William Dealtry, gardener 
The Rt. Hon. William Pitt, esq., 

one of H. M.'s Principal Sees. 

of State, by order 
The Rt. Hon. Hen. Bilson Legge, 

esq., Chancellor and Under 

Treasurer of H. M.'s Excheq. 
Isaac Lea, cordwainer 
Robert Tennant, innholder, by 

order 

William Micklefield, butcher 
Thomas Gray, baker 
Henry Mawson, vintner 
Jos. Deighton, brewer, by order 
Tho. Beckwith, printer, by order 
Thomas Kirby, dealer in bacon, 

by order 

John Boyle, marriner 
John Cooper, miller, by order 
John Foster, painter stainer 
Will. Hardwick, barber surgeon 
Robert Abbott, merchant taylor 
John Breary, whitesmith 
Will. Barker, tinner, pinner and 

hosier 

Tho. Walker, joiner and carpenter 
Will. Petch, barber chirurgeon 
Joseph Marsh, stay maker 
Samuel Richinson, cordwainer 
William Joy, painter stainer 
George Fell, bricklayer 
William Holburn, merch. taylor 
Thomas Scales, joiner 
Henry Dowthwaite, translator 
James ,Wodburn, bricklayer 
Robert Storey, merchant taylor 



Isaac Spence, ropemaker 
John Hayes, translator 
Thomas Thompson, translator 
John Turpin, corkcutter 
Richard Metcalf, merchant taylor 
John Fletcher, winecooper 
John Lund, baker 
Richard Dove, flaxdresser 
John Crowder, barber surgeon 
Thomas Green, innholder 
William Loftas, winecooper 
Francis Barton, merchant taylor 
Charles Earnest, hornbreaker 
Tho. Robinson, barber surgeon 
John Naylor, grocer and skinner 
Thomas Gregory, bricklayer 
Robert Cundall, bricklayer 
William Jackson, translator 
Thomas Pearse, brushmaker 
Robert Plaxton, brewer 
Robert Williamson, merchant 

taylor 

John Pendleton, cordwainer 
Edmund Parkinson, silkweaver 
George Hebdon, translator 
William Hanlay, translator 
James Hemsley, linnenweaver 
George Ward, cordwainer 
Tho. Carter, brewer and malster 
John Rudderforth, translator 
Joseph Ward, fellmaker (sic) 
John North, whitesmith 
Thomas Pendleton, flaxdresser 
Thomas Maskell, barber surgeon 
William Willshaw, mason 
Peter Barriff,.. glover .and skinner 



280 



THE FREEMEN OF YORK, 1758 



George Philliskirk, brasier, 

coppersmith and bellfounder 
John Lofthouse, brewer and 

victualer 

Thomas Moore, merchant taylor 
John Chambers, bricklayer 
Robert Harrison, bricklayer 
Matthew Hesle, barber surgeon 
Robert Pearson, painter 
John Newton, dyer and weaver 
William Elam, carpenter 
Ralph Marshall, join, and carpent. 
Rich. Bowness, carpent. andjoin. 
Joseph Settle, joiner 
John Haslewood, bricklayer 
Thomas Upton, cordwainer 
William Mitchelson, merchant 

taylor 

Robert Brown, barber surgeon 
John Preston, corkcutter 
Richard Scruton, translator 
John Tinker, merchant taylor 
John Huntley, gardener 
Geo. White, linnen and cotton 

weaver 

Will. Foy, glover and fellmonger 
John Willison, merchant taylor 
Thomas Ashton, bricklayer 
James Harrison, blacksmith 
Robert Holmes, cordwainer 
George Skilbeck, joiner 
Benjamin Lumley, combmaker 
Thomas Benson, gardiner 
Thomas Holmes, merchant taylor 
John Hargitt, whitesmith 
Samuel Cave, whitesmith 
Thomas Drake, joiner 
Francis Anderton, painter stainer 
William Bland, bricklayer 
Richard Pearse, merchant taylor 
William Head, merchant taylor 
Anthony Cooper, butcher 
David W T right, silkweaver 
George Scarbrough, blacksmith 
Thomas Bolton, merchant taylor 
William Lofthouse, innholder and 

vintner 

William Watson, bricklayer 
Richard Padget, merchant taylor 



Thomas Hardy, winecooper 
Peter Matterson, winecooper 
Will. Osterfield, merchant taylor 
Thomas Coates, merchant taylor 
John Frend, whitesmith 
Edmund Frankland, innholder, 

by order 
Anthony Iveson, victualer, by 

order 
George Dickson, aledraper, by 

order 

William Lyon, innholder, by order 
John Beilby, innholder, by order 
John Mawlam, innholder, by 

order 

Jarnes Rhodes, brewer, by order 
Robert Lane, esq., by order 
William Featherstonhaugh, inn- 
holder, by order 
Rob. Braithwaite, innholder, by 

order 
Samuel Strickland, innholder, by 

order 
David Jackson, innholder, by 

order 

James Coates, printer 
John Corner, farrier and black- 
smith 

James Harrison, chandler 
William Jackson, joiner 
Will. Fewster, carpenter and 

joiner 
Richard Bywater, carpenter, 

painter stainer 
James Monkman, furrier, by 

order 

George Skelton, butcher 
Francis Parkin, flaxdresser 
William Harlow, ropemaker 
Tho. Saunderson, plummer and 

glazier 

William King, whitesmith 
Edward Bateman, translator 
John Ellison, barber surgeon 
William Avison, merchant taylor 
Robert Bignall, butcher 
Samuel Parish, merchant taylor 
Christopher Briggs, wine mer- 
chant 



THE FREEMEN OF YOKK, 1758 



281 



Francis Preston, barber surgeon 
Thomas Hexham, barber surgeon 
Ananias Bottomley, flaxdresser 
John Clark, merchant 
Strafford Lyghtborn, barber sur- 
geon 

William Coverdale, carpenter 
Tho. Mounsey, dyer and presser 
William Clark, clockmaker 
Richard Bland, cordwainer 
William Nelson, butcher 
James Nevison, bricklayer 
James Fleming, cabinet maker 
Thomas Bland, innholder 
John Owbridge, translator 
James Cunningham, hornbreaker 
George Eickerby, merchant 

taylor 

William Wynn, bricklayer 
Eichard Jackson, merchant taylor 
Eichard Dobson, merchant taylor 
William Foxton, tallow chandler 
James Parkinson, feltmaker 
Jeremiah Ford, carpenter 
Dennis Watson, merchant taylor 
John Whalley, stuffweaver and 

dyer 

Jos. Knowles, stuffweaver & dyer 
Will. Mosey, currier & leath. cut. 
William Howton, miller 
Ralph Hawksworth, whitesmith 
William Morrett, barber surgeon 
Stephen Procter, joiner 
Eichard Sledmar, basketmaker 
Henry Lightfoot, grocer 
John Barker, butcher 
Will. Ewbank, merchant taylor 
Matthew Almond, mason 
James Harrison, butcher 
Edward Morley, butcher 
John Earnest, cordwainer 
Henry Edmonds, bricklayer 
Tho. Lockwood, merchant taylor 
Nicholas Robinson, ropemaker 
Thomas Blacket, brazier 
James Gill, joiner 
Leonard Hopkinson, ropemaker 
William Headley, blacksmith 
Jonathan Wood, carpenter 



David Cock, miller 
James Cattle, baker 
Barnard Ackroyd, brewer 
William Marley, butcher 
William Bingley, innholder 
George Eushforth, cordwainer 
Squire Giles, butcher 
William Wortley, baker 
John Grayson, barber surgeon 
George Eose, winecooper 
William Joy, cooper 
Edw. Harrison, fellmonger and 

glover 

Charles Brookbank, painter 
Thomas Lawson, apothecary 
John Ashbrook, currier 
William Firth, merchant taylor 
Joseph Campey, clockmaker 
Edward Elwick, upholster 
Thomas Linton, glazier 
John Wood, butcher 
Eobert Scruton, innholder 
Matthew Darby, cordwainer 
Eobert Howson, stuffweaver 
Tho. Atkinson, barber surgeon 
William Garencieres, upholster 
William Dotson, baker 
Eichard Lofthouse, cordwainer 
Seth Morritt, barber surgeon 
Eichard Hogg, merchant taylor 
Thomas Bowser, briddlecutter 
Christopher Harrison, cordwainer 
John Garnett, dyer and presser 
John Bull, printer 
Daniel Campbell, master and 

marriner 

George Lyth, cabinet maker 
Benjamin Snow, hornbreaker 
Edward Darby, merchant taylor 
John Jackson, barber surgeon 
William Hields, patentmaker 
George Eigby, whitesmith 
Eichard Peacock, whitesmith 
Thomas Powell, barber surgeon 
Will. Blanchard, merchant taylor 
Samuel Lancaster, mariner 
Eobert Atkinson, grocer 
Joseph Cartwright, baker 
Richard Rodwell, wine cooper 



282 



THE FREEMEN OF YOBK, 1758 



Richard Hill, grocer 
Anthony Ellison, whitesmith 
Robert Dotson, barber surgeon 
Mark Brown, cordwainer 
Thomas Jerman, wine cooper 
John Lofthouse, wine cooper 



Christopher Wilson, grocer 
Thomas Savill, fellmonger 
Thomas Wilkinson, wine cooper 
John Allanson, merchant 
George Jenning, mariner 



BY PATRIMONY 

William Jefferson, grocer, son of John Jefferson, pannyerman 
George Burton, breeches maker, son of Thomas Burton, bricklayer 
Henry Whaton, winecooper, son of Edward Wharton, winecooper 
Samuel Tuke, stuffweaver, son of Samuel Tuke, stuffweaver 
Christopher Etherington, son of Christopher Etherington 
Michael Fentiman, cabinet maker, son of John Fentiman, bricklayer 
George Fawcett, marriner, son of George Fawcett, butcher 
Thomas Metchelson, printer, son of Matthew Metchelson, merchant 

taylor 

Francis Ellis, carpenter, son of Francis Ellis, carpenter 
Robinson Abbott als. Abby, son of Matthew Abby, shipwright 
Stapleton Slingsby, combmaker, son of William Slingsby, gardener 
Thomas Walker, butcher, son of William Walker, cooper 
Doilay Berkenshaw, baker, son of John Berkenshaw, miller 
Peter Harrison, tallow chandler, son of John Harrison, tallow 

chandler 

Stephen Greensides, hornbreaker, son of John Greensides, sawyer 
Robert Gill, shoemaker, son of William Gill, flax and hempdresser 
William Smith, baker, son of William Smith, carpenter 
Robert Yeoman, ropemaker, son of John Yeoman, tanner 
Thomas Smith, grocer, son of Thomas Smith, grocer 
John Killam, roper, son of Mathias Killam, roper 
Timothy Hudson, grocer, son of Robert Hudson, grocer 
Thomas Edwards, glover, son of William Edwards, glover 
Thomas Turner, joiner and carpenter, son of John Turner, clothier 
William Smith of Foulford, son of John Smith, joiner 
Thomas Hardisty, tanner, son of Thomas Hardisty, tanner 
Thomas Shillito of Stutton, son of Thomas Shillito, butcher 
Robert Kilvington, gardiner, son of Andr. Kilvington als. Mercer, 

weaver 
Thomas Kilvington, taylor, son of Andrew Kilvington als. Mercer, 

weaver 
John Metchelson, schoolmaster, son of Math. Metchelson, merchant 

taylor 
James Gardner, joiner, wheelwright, son of George Gardener, joiner, 

wheelwright 

John Holmes, son of Thomas Holmes, tobacco pipe maker 
Thomas Ingleton, son of Thomas Ingleton, tanner 
Morfoot Killam of Eskricke, yeoman, son of Robert Killam, mariner 
Thomas Hardy of Sutton, yeoman, son of Thomas Hardy, miller 



THE FKEEMEN OF YORK, 1758 283 

Tho. Pickard of Ulleskelf, skinner, son of Tho. Pickard, fellmonger 

Thomas Severs, butcher, son of Leonard Severs, butcher 

Francis Shepherd, bricklayer, son of Christopher Shepherd of Moor 

Monkton 

John Fawcett, gardiner, son of John Fawcett, gardener 
Robert Clough, plaisterer, son of Robert Clough, bricklayer 
John Bannister, cordwainer, son of George Bannister, baker 
William Johnson, gardiner, son of John Johnson, carpenter 
George Harrison, cooper, son of John Harrison, cooper 
Tho. Tunstall, blacksmith, son of Marmaduke Tunstall, whitesmith 
Mathew Hayes, combmaker, son of Thomas Hayes, cordwainer 
George Dovers, marriner, son of George Dovers, wheelwright 
Thomas Fowler, carpenter, son of George Fowler, carpenter 
George Wilson of Huntington, taylor, son of John Wilson, butcher 
Will. Thompson of Pocklington, bricklayer, son of Will. Thompson, 

taylor 

Tho. Grainger of Marston, butcher, son of Tho. Grainger, butcher 
John Ellis, taylor, son of George Ellis, taylor 
Thomas Dobson, son of Thomas Dobson, linnen weaver 
Matthew Stott, translator, son of William Stott, linnenweaver 
Matthias Dale, son of Thomas Dale, cardwainer 
Philip Musgrave, linnenweaver, son of Marm. Musgrave, carpenter 
William Dawson, taylor, son of George Dawson, cordwainer 
Peter Joy, coney (sic) woolcutter, son of Seth Joy, miller 
Cornelius Smith, ropemaker, son of Cornelius Smith, merch. taylor 
John Weatherill, son of John Weatherill, whitesmith 
Thomas Mackerell, translator, son of Henry Mackerell, cooper 
Leonard Godson, glover, son of Thomas Godson, heckler 
Robert Starkey, son of Ezekiel Starkey, whitesmith 
John Middleton, yeoman, son of Richard Middleton, joiner 
Charles Busfield, combmaker, son of Charles Busfield, carpenter 
Thomas Thompson, son of Francis Thompson, labourer 
William Richardson, son of John Richardson, merchant 
Thomas England, cooper, son of Thomas England, cooper 
Robert Mortimer of Bilton, yeoman, son of John Mortimer, taylor 
Edward Riley, winecooper, son of William Riley, taylor 
Christopher James, cordwainer, son of Thomas James, cordwainer 
John Jennings, son of John Jennings, baker 
William Clark, bricklayer, son of Samuel Clark, translator 
John Smailes, gardener, son of Jeremy Smailes, baker 
John Fleming, son of William Fleming, bricklayer 
John Owram, gentleman, son of Matthew Owram, gentleman 
James Woodhouse, combmaker, son of Thomas Woodhouse, comb- 

maker 

Thomas Milner, painter, son of Thomas Milner, victualer 
John Ellis, goldsmith, son of Thomas Ellis, merchant taylor 
Christopher Rawden, skinner, son of John Rawden, felmonger and 

glover 
William Caclday, druggist, son of John Cadday, grocer 



284 THE FREE-MEN OF YORK, 1758 

William Agar, druggist and chymist, son of Thomas Agar, esq. 
Tho. Morley, son of Job. Morley of Stillington, cordwainer 
Samuel Waud, gentleman, son of Samuel Waud, gentleman 
William Stott, linnenweaver, son of Nicholas Stott, linnenweaver 
Richard Stott, linnenweaver, son of Nicholas Stott, linnenweaver 
William Siddall, merchant taylor, son of .Thomas Siddall, merchant 

taylor 

Luke Hick, whitesmith, son of Samuel Hick, whitesmith 
Baumont Oliver, hosier, son of Richard Oliver, brewer 
William Pale, cordwainer, son of Thomas Dale, cordwainer 
Tho. Hick of Walton, butcher, son of Allan Hick, butcher 
Richard Foster, bricklayer, son of Richard Foster, cooper 
William Hogg, gardener, son of William Hogg, lastmaker 
Samuel Plowman, son of Robert Plowman, wheelwright 
Thomas Relph, cordwainer, son of Thomas Relph, ropemaker 
Tho. Haxby, musical instrument maker, son of Rob. Haxby, joiner 
Matthew Potter, pattenmaker, son of Samuel Potter, skinner 
Samuel Bulmer, son of Andrew Buhner, brassfounder 
Thomas Marsden, labourer, son of Richard Marsden, blacksmith 
William Jackson, staymaker, son of William Jackson, taylor 
Richard Mace, whitesmith, son of Joshua Mace, taylor 
Thomas Flint, coppersmith, son of Thomas Flint, tanner 
Joseph Baker, cook, son of William Baker, cook 
Edward Moorhouse, merchant, son of EdwardMoorhouse, merchant 
Francis Moorhouse, linnendraper, son of Edward Moorhouse, 

merchant 

William Benson, son of David Benson, baker 
John Twist of Selby, ropemaker, son of John Twist, taylor 
William Thompson, gentleman, son of Jonas Thompson, esq. 
Thomas Stott, son of William Stott, linnenweaver 
Samuel Carpenter, painter, son of James Carpenter, painter 
Tho. Atkinson of Selby, bricklayer, son of Tho. Atkinson, bricklayer 
John Bickers, yeoman, son of John Bickers, whitesmith 
Thomas Bickers, cordwainer, son of John Bickers, whitesmith 
Henry Bickers, whitesmith, son of John Bickers, whitesmith 
Jeremiah Smith, upholder, son of John Smith, joiner 
George Smith, apothecary, son of John Smith, joiner 
James Wilstrop, sadler, son of Robert Wilstrop, sadler 
Robert Lazenby, wine merchant, son of Thomas Lazenby, linedresser 
Robert Stephenson, son of Valentine Stephenson, merchant taylor 
Tho. Newstead of Stillington, blacksmith, son of Joh. Newstead, 

blacksmith 

James Marshall of Leed, upholder, son of James Marshall, joyner 
Thomas Loft, schoolmaster, son of Thomas Loft, taylor 
John Walker, miller, son of James Walker, miller 
Thomas Harrison of Quarryhill near Leeds, stuffmaker, son of 

Alexander Harrison, brewer 

John Blenkhorn, joiner, son of John Blenkhorn, joiner 
Charles Copeland, carver, son of Charles Copeland, paver 



THE FREEMEN OF YORK, 1758 285 

John Plowman, bricklayer, son of William Plowman 

Ben. Pool of Flaxton, taylor, son of Ben. Harrison Pool, taylor 

Stephen Brooke, brewer, son of Arthur Brooke, mercer 

Tho. Burton of Selby, ropemaker, son of Tho. Burton, silkweaver 

Thomas Plowman, painter, son of Kobert Plowman, wheelwright 

Henry Young, joiner, son of Eichard Young, linnen weaver 

Rob. Gowland of Knapton, yeoman, son of Robert Gowland, yeoman 

James Boynton, clogmaker, son of James Boynton, taylor 

Michael Duke, cordwainer, son of Thornton Duke, taylor 

John Walker, hosier, son of William Walker, carpenter 

Richard Poppleton, cabinet maker, son of Robert Poppleton, taylor 

John Tarran, gentleman, son of Walter Tarran, haberdasher 

John Poppleton of Hunslet, bricklayer, son of Jas. Poppleton, 

bricklayer 
Miles Poppleton of Hunslet, bricklayer, son of Jas. Poppleton, 

bricklayer 

John Calvert, son of Joshua Calvert, carpenter 
Ben. Dawson of Hull, bricklayer, son of Joh. Dawson, miller 
Geo. Chapman of Hull, bricklayer, son of Joh. Chapman, cordwainer 
Joh. Storm of Hull, bricklayer, son of Joh. Storm, musician 
Chas. Kipling of Kirbymoorside, gent., son of Tho. Kipling, gent. 
Tho. Kipling of Kirbymoorside, mariner, son of Tho. Kipling, gent. 
Ric. Johnson of Beverley, cordwainer, son of Ric. Johnson, flaxdresser 
Fran. Byas of Hull, carpenter, son of Fran. Byas, fishmonger 
Geo. Dodson of Hull, cabinetmaker, son of Geo. Dodson, joiner 
Will. Wood of Leeds, feltmaker, son of Will. Wood, painter 
Arth. Blakey of Silsden, weaver, son of Jos. Blakey, weaver 
Tho. Simpson of Leeds, joyner, son of Tho. Simpson, joyner 
Tho. Richmond of Hovingham, yeoman, son of Will. Richmond 
William Hessey, tinner, son of William Hessey, tinner 
Rob. Watson of Hull, sawyer, son of Will. Watson, carpenter 
William Turpin, translator, son of George Turpin, translator 
Tho. Bedford of Cawood, bricklayer, son of Tho. Bedford, bricklayer 
Will. Crossby of Hunslet, bridlecutter, son of Rob. Crossby, gardener 
Richard Morton, brazier, son of John Morton, brazier 
Joh. Fawcett of Clifton, yeoman, son of Sim. Fawcett, taylor 
George Silcock, brassfounder, son of William Silcock, whitesmith 
Dan. Gray of Sheffield, cutler, son of Joh. Gray, carpenter 
William Simpson, mason, son of William Simpson, joiner 
Rob. Richardson of Leeds, clothworker, son of Will. Richardson, 

clogmaker 

Jerem. Hepworth of Leeds, cord., son of Jeremiah Hepworth, cord. 
John Saunderson, gardener, son of Thomas Saunderson, gardener 
Ric. Prince of Hull, laborer, son of Joh. Prince, whitesmith 
Will. Berwick of Leeds, inhold., son of Will. Berwick, ropemaker 
Mart. Langwith of Bramhope, yeo., son of Joh. Langwith, goldsmith 
Thomas Killington of W T akefield, printer, son of Thomas Killington, 

haberdasher and leatherseller 
David Harker, schoolmaster, son of Robert Harker, winecooper 



280 THE FKEEMEN OF YOKK, 1758 

Sam. Brewster of Newcastle, coachmaker, son of Job. Brewster, joiner 
Thomas Hansome, yeoman, son of Thomas Hansome, linnen weaver 
Hen. Godfrey of Hull, winecooper, son of Tho. Godfrey, inholder 
Ric. Smithson of Thormanby, yeo., son of Ric. Smith son, weaver 
John Todd of Nottingham, cabinetmaker, son of John Todd, joiner 
John Bewley of Doncaster, tanner, son of Chris. Bewley, tanner 
John Pattison of Darlington, weaver, son of Will. Pattison, miller 
William Blakey of Skipton, schoolmaster, son of Joseph Blakey 
Charles Whitehill of Huddersfield, cordwainer, son of Christopher 

Whitehill, cordwainer 

Robert Barker, upholsterer, son of Robert Barker, upholsterer 
John Hague, soldier, son of John Hague, joyner 
Geo. Garbutt of Wakefield, butcher, son of John Garbutt, marriner 
Robert Barn, labourer, son of Thomas Barn, heckler 
Charles Watkinson, hornbreaker, son of Thomas Watkinson, horn- 
breaker 

Richard Catterton, translator, son of John Catterton, translator 
George Falconer, mariner, son of George Falconer, cook 
Edw. Russam of Leeds, woolcomber, son of Jos. Russam, weaver 
Jos. Russam of Leeds, woolcomber, son of Jos. Russam, stuifweaver 
Thomas Heath, blacksmith, son of Thomas Heath, blacksmith 
William Walker, yeoman, son of William Walker, cooper 
John Walker, cooper, son of William Walker, cooper 
Thomas Relph, innholder, son of William Relph, baker 
Thomas Allen, cabinetmaker, son of Thomas Allen, barber surgeon 
John Robinson, whitesmith, son of Leonard Robinson, joyner 
Thomas Wood, painter, son of William Wood, painter 
John Waud Chapman of Newcastle, upholsterer, son of John Waud, 

merchant taylor 

John Ingleton, Newcastle, glassmaker, son of Tho. Ingleton, joiner 
Richard Kidson, merchant taylor, son of Stephen Kidson, merchant 

taylor 

Samuel Watkinson, yeoman, son of Joshua Watkinson, innholder 
James Silburn, Gainsbrough, winecooper, son of Tho. Silburne, 

winecooper 

Richard Sutcliff, druggist, son of George Sutcliffe, brickmaker 
Jonathan Murton of Sheffield, cutler, son of John Murton, brazier 
William Brack, labourer, son of John Brack, gentleman 
John Hutchinson, Ripon, apoth., son of Sim. Hutchinson, apothecary 
Francis Beeforth, Sheffield, pattenmaker, son of Robert Beeforth, 

merchant taylor 

Sam. Procter of Leeds, cordwainer, son of Bryan Procter, barber 
William Bilton, cooper, son of William Bilton, cooper 
Charles Bilton, cooper, son of William Bilton, cooper 
James Bilton, flaxdresser, son of William Bilton, cooper 
John Ragget, Markenfield Hall, yeoman, son of John Raggett 

junior, butcher 

Rob. Hudson of Malton, tallow chandler, son of Rob. Hudson, grocer 
John Reynolds, son of George Reynolds, butter maker 



THE FREEMEN OF YORK, 1758 .287 

George Jackson, barber surgeon, son of Francis Jackson, barber 

surgeon 
John Fewsdale, Aldbro', breechesmaker, son of John Fewsdale, 

cordwainer 
William Jackson of Malton, tallow chandler, son of Will. Jackson, 

tallow chandler 

Chris. Sidgwick, cabinet maker, son of Will. Sidgwick, carpenter 
John Stevenson, butcher, son of John Stevenson, butcher 
John Blakey, Hallifax, horsebreaker, son of Joseph Blakey, weaver 
Geo. Brown, Stockton-on- Tease, mariner, son of Geo. Brown, mariner 
Edward Varley, Selby, translator, son of Will. Varley, winecooper 
Martin Croft, glazier, son of Martin Croft, glazier 
Tho. Blakey, South Owram, clothdresser, son of Jos. Blakey, weaver 
John Masscer, cooper, son of Bryan Masser, rabbit seller 
Will. Blackburn, Eipon, yeoman, son of Will. Blackburn, joyner 
John Douthwaite, currier, son of Jeremiah Douthwaite, currier 
Luke Topham, merchant taylor, son of Thomas Topham, milliner 
Will. Butler of Thicket, gardener, son of Thomas Butler, porter 
Peter Johnson of Leeds, paver, son of William Johnson, paver 
Will. Reynolds of Leeds, glazier, son of Henry Reynolds, glazier 
John Anderson, Bishop Auckland, woolcomber, son of John 

Anderson, joyner 

Thomas Keay, musician, son of Thomas Keay, brassfounder 
Tho. Hawkesworth, Whitby, flaxdresser, son of Tim. Hawkesworth, 

currier 
Hen. Harrison, Pocklington, bricklayer, son of Ralph Harrison, 

bricklayer 
Chris. Musgrave, Whitby, leatherdresser, son of Marm. Musgrave, 

carpenter 

John Pollard, yeoman, son of John Pollard, merchant taylor 
Fran. Wray, S. Kilvington, gardener, son of Fran. Wray, gardener 
Isaac Fewsdale, Deighton, taylor, son of John Fewsdale, cordwainer 
John Hogg, Whitby, ropemaker, son of Samuel Hogg, mariner 
Robert Mitchell, Sheffield, buttermaker, son of Rob. Matchell, joyner 
Will. Berwick, Malton, flaxdresser, son of Geo. Berwick, flaxdresser 
Thomas Tarran, feltmaker, son of Walter Tarran, haberdasher 
James Brockbank, mariner, son of John Brockbank, taylor 
John Hudson, Lincoln, sawyer, son of William Hudson, joyner 
George Taylor, stonecutter, son of George Taylor, cordwainer 
Will. Shaw, Allerthorpe, yeoman, son of Adam Shaw, linnenweaver 
Will. Copley, Leeds, stuffweaver, son of Will. Copley, sergeweaver 
Christopher Smithson, yeoman, son of William Smithson, carpenter 
Geo. Battison, als. Pattison, soldier, son of John Pattison, pewterer 
Tho. Barton, Walton, Co. Lane., cooper, son of Jas. Barton, cooper 
Jas. Barton, Walton, Co. Lane., weaver, son of Jas. Barton, cooper 
Joh. Barton, Walton, Co. Lane., baker, son of Jas. Barton, cooper 
Thomas Reynoldson, upholster, son of Geo. Reynolson, upholster 
Tho. Trueman, Campsall, yeoman, son of Thomas Trueman, yeoman 
Rob. Trueman, Campsall, taylor, son of Thomas Trueman, yeoman 



288 THE FREEMEN OF YORK, 1758-9 

John Thirnam, West Bounton, yeoman, son of Fran. Thirnam 
John Oliver, Pocklington, yeoman, son of Samuel Oliver, ropemaker 
Thomas Walker, glazier, son of Matthew Walker, baker 
Robert Rhodes of Wath, cooper, son of Robert Rhodes, cooper 
George Anderson, Eskricke, yeoman, son of George Anderson, 

linnenweaver 

Sampson Smith, baker, son of John Smith, winecooper 
Edw. Winnington, Aysgarth, butcher, son of Fran. Winnington, 

butcher 
Fran. Winnington, Aysgarth, butcher, son of Fran. Winnington, 

butcher 

Tho. Copley, Shipton, cordwainer, son of Will. Copley, sergeweaver 
John Chayter, Sandholm, wheelwright, son of John Chater, taylor 
Robert Burnet, butcher, son of Thomas Burnet, butcher 
Tho. Banks, Leeds, mercer, son of Tho. Banks, woollen manufacturer 

and dyer 

Tho. Thompson, Hull, cordwainer, son of Tho. Thompson, mariner 
William Shackleton, chandler, son of Roger Shackleton 
Rowland Reynolson, upholder, son of George Reynolson, upholder 
Chris. Merry of Brigg, bricklayer, son of Chris. Merry, bricklayer 
Ric. Hutchinson, Reeth, cordwainer, son of Jos. Hutchinson, carp. 
James Hutchinson, Reeth, joyner, son of Jos. Hutchinson, carpenter 
Tho. Hogg, Tockholes, weaver, son of John Hogg, lastmaker 
Joh. Spink, Nottingley, mariner, son of Ric. Spink, mariner 
Tho. Steel, Durham, staymaker, son of Chris. Steel, merch. taylor 
Joseph Raper, gent., son of John Raper, merchant 
John Beverley, gent., son of Thomas Beverley, grocer 
John Mace of Hull, bookseller, son of Charles Mace, clerk 
Matthew Hargrave, Scarbro' shipwright, son of Matthew Hargrave, 

distiller 

John Hotham, grocer of Hull, son of Thomas Hotham, dyer 
Thomas Cundill, mariner, son of John Cundill, cordwainer 

32 GEO. II, GODF. WENTWORTH, ESQ., MAYOR. MR. WM. THOMPSON, 
MR. SAM. WAUD, MR. THO. SUTTELL, MR. EDW. ELWICK, 
MR. RIC. DAVIES, MR. JOH. SHEPHERD, CHAMBERLAINS 

Charles Annison, grocer John Terry, watchmaker, by ord. 



Jonathan Cartwright, coach- 
maker, by order 

Dennis Chaloner, cooper, by ord. 

John Sanderson, apothecary, by 
order 

William Lund, grocer, by order 



Tho. Jackson, innholder, by ord. 
Thomas Law, innholder 
John Kendrew, barber chirurgeon 
William Ellis, innholder, by ord. 
Will. Dinsdale, cordwainer, by 
order 



Harley Mills, innholder, by order ' Thomas Knowlson, merch. taylor 

BY PATRIMONY 

Henry Turner, taylor, son of Henry Turner, barber 
Samuel Johnson of Hull, late Master-at-Arms on board His Majesty's 
ship the Hampton Court, son of Robert Johnson, raff merchant 



THE FREEMEN OF YORK, 1759 289 

Mary Jebb, spinster, daughter of Henry Jebb, cordwainer 
Joseph Lodge, linnenweaver, son of Joseph Lodge, haberdasher 
Jane Priestley, milliner, daughter of Jaques Priestley, merchant 
William Lister, gentleman, son of Matthew Lister, grocer 
John Smith Cadday of Hull, merchant, son of John Cadday, grocer 
George Cadday of Hull, merchant, son of John Cadday, grocer 
Bob. Ovington, Northallerton, apothecary, son of Henry Ovington, 
brewer 



VOL. II. 



INDEX 



Abbema, Jurgen, 8 

Abbey, Abbay, Abby, Geo. 228, 255; 

Joh. 186, 198, 228, 242, 250 ; Jos. 164, 

198 ; Mat. 223, 282 ; Phil. 265 ; Tho. 

115, 250 ; Will. 204, 242, 246 
Abbott, Bart. 109; Joh. 112, 150, 194; 

Luc. 150 ; Rob. 54, 279 ; Tho. 77, 230 
Abbott alias Abby, Robinson, 282 
Abby alias Abbott, Robinson, 282 
Abdell, Abdill, Hen. 129 ; Ric. 129 
Abraham, Hen. 184 ; Will, 181 
Acey, Acy, Jonath. 119, 168; Pet. 119; 

Rob. 168 
Acklam, Aclam, Acclam, Edw. 99 ; Joh. 

266 ; Mark, 110 ; Mat. 27, 61 ; Tho. 

23, 61, 99, 110 ; Will. 23, 27 
Ackroyd, Accrid, Acroyd, Acred, Aikroide, 

Akeroyd, Bern. 261, 281 ; Chris. 217 ; 

Hen. 102, 106 ; Hug. 61, 98, 119 ; Joh. 

98 ; Mic. 95 ; Rob. 100, 119 
Acomb, Quintin, 243 
Acres, Akers, Geo. 104, 134 ; Miles, 94 
Adam, Adams, Fran. 4, 199 ; Tho. 200 
Adamson, Addamson, Adampson, Fran. 

153; Joh. 140, 199; Leon. 123; Mat. 

133 ; Will. 90, 123 
Adamthwate, Tho. 23 
Adcock, Adcocke, Joh. 190, 239, 259; 

Tho. 218 ; Will. 259 
Addinal, Addinall, Addinell r Adinell, Jac. 

& Jas. 179, 244 ; Joh. 122, 172, 258- ; 

Leon. 85 ; Rob. 110, 149, 166, 171, 257 ; 

Will. 153, 166, 167, 219, 244, 257, 258, 

264 

Addington, Jos. 244 
Addison, Adison, Addyson, Edw. 216, 

278; Hen. 266; Joh. 34; Ric. 4; 

Will. 133, 171, 197 
Adinal alias Arundel, Will. 264 
Adman, Will. 101 
Agar, Ager, Agarr, Agur, 190, 201, 240 ; 

Edw. 233 ; Fran. 34 ; Hen. 133, 198 ; 

Joh. 259; Laur. 121, 180, 184, 203, 

235, 251; Ogur. 146; Ric. 182, 223, 

263 ; Rob. 270 ; Seth, 208, 240, 251, 

259, 263, 268, 278 ; Tho. 37, 45, 47, 67, 

128, 150, 159, 162, 201, 222, 223, 262, 

268, 284 ; Will. 118, 263, 269, 284 
Aire, see Ay re 



Airy, Ary, Chr. 165 ; Joh. 68 

Aldcorne, Awdcorne, Ric 78; Rob. 60, 

78. See Oldcorne 
Alderson, Cressey, 152 ; Cuth. 204 ; Geo. 

155, 220 ; Joh. 161 ; Jos. 122 ; Leon. 

122; Reg. 224; Ric. 152, 175, 220; 

Sam. 161, 220 ; Will. 172, 222 
Aldred, Theop. 155, 253 
Aldred alias Holdred, Sam. 253 ; Theop. 

253 

Aldridge, Will. 226 
Aldridge alias Haider, Chris. 226, 245 ; 

Jas. 245 

Aleston, Joh. 61 
Alexander, Geo. 195 ; Ric. 180 
Allanbrige, Tho. 19 
Allanby, Allenby, Eman. 212 ; Hen. 60, 

93; Jac. 20, 43, 44, 48, 60; Joh. 48; 

Jos. 192 ; Ric. 93, 138, 186, 192, 212, 

243 ; Tho. 248 ; Will. 9, 44 
Allanson, Allenson, Allynson, Car. 139 : 

Dor. 196 ; Geo. 34, 215 ; Gilb. 162 ; 

Hen. 106, 115; Hug. 23; Joh. 17, 51, 

165, 248, 261, 279, 282 ; Laur. 51 ; 

Leon. 130; Marc. 49; Mat. 153; Ric. 

107; Rob. 136; Tho. 131, 181, 267, 

279 ; Will. 59, 66, 83, 115, 139 
Allcock, Joh. 265 
Allen, Allan, Allyn, Geo. 271; Hen. 16, 

47, 151, 178, 197, 211, 213: Jac. 49; 

Joh. 77, 143, 256 ; Jos. 266 ; Mark, 

200, 266; Mart. 251; Mat. 47; Pet. 

197, 251 : Rob. 33, 46, 77, 165 178, 211 ; 

Sam. 191, 208, 238; Step. '204; Tho. 

133, 193, 203, 247, 251, 286 ; Will, 12, 

25, 33, 143, 164, 203, 208, 27 1, 273 
Allford, Tho. 270 
Allison, Cooper, 205 
Allott, Allyott, Mat. 42 ; Will. 76 ; Rob. 

237 

Almond, Mat. 281. See Awmond 
Alne, Awne, Ambr 20, 28 ; Joh. 22 ; 

Will. 20, 22 
Alpes, Jac. 129 
Ambler, Anth. 141 ; Geo. 161, 230, 247 ; 

Joh. 153, 188, 212, 230 ; Marc, and Mark. 

224, 233, 276 ; Rob. 32 ; Sam. 167 : 

Will. 212 
Ambrose, Aug. 128, 144 



292 



THE FREEMEN OF YORK 



Amory, Eic. 124 

Anby, Fairefax, 92 

Anderson, Fran. 126; Geo. 217, 288; 

Hen. 271; Joh. 128, 166, 199, 287; 

Perigreene, 100; Eic. 118; Bob. 166, 

268, 271 ; Tho. 121 ; Will. 164, 195, 

199, 208, 253 
Anderton, Fran. 280 
Andrews, Andrew, Andro, Fran. 248 ; 

Pet. 23 ; Eic. 90 ; Tho. 6 ; Will. 35, 

128, 165 
Annison, Annyson, Char. 288 ; Eic. 24 ; 

Tho. 24 

Anton, Joh. 158 ; Will. 157 
Apdell, Apedell, Hen. 75 ; Eic. 75 
Appl-by, Apleby, Applebie, Anth. 44, 157, 

194; 'Bart. 23; Car. & Char. 86, 126; 

Chris, and Xpof. 44, 50, 88 ; Edw. 253 ; 

Joh. 253 ; Eob. 9, 30, 44 ; Tho. 30, 266 ; 

Will. 194, 240, 253, 266 
Appleton, Joh. 269 ; Eic. 185, 269 ; Will. 

120, 130 
Appleyard, Appleyerd, Apleyard, Jonath. 

255 '; Mark. 197, 273 ; Eob. 205 ; Step. 

273; Tho. 1, 4, 25 
Aram, Tho. 43 

Archbutt, Seth. 66, 111 ; Will. Ill, 132 
Archer, Laur. 46 ; Eic. 172 ; Will. 210, 

275 
Arkendale, Geo. 53 ; Joh. 4, 89, 47, 53 ; 

Mart. 47 ; Mat. 107, Eob. 39 
Armison, Geo. 136 ; Joh. 170. 220 ; Eob. 

136, 170, 177, 220 ; Tho. 220; Will. 177 
Armistead, Armestead, Armstead, Fran. 

115; Hen. 109, 198; Joh. 150, 183, 

252 ; Eic. 266 ; Eob. 183, 252 ; Will. 

158, 228 

Armorer, Eob. 217 
Armstrong, Armestrong, Tho. 58; Walt. 

75, 152 ; Will. 97, 15? 
Armytage, Joh. 272 ; Wilf. 26 
Arnison, Mat. 154 
Artus, Abr. 225 

Arundel alias Adinal, Will. 264 
As'-ough, Ayscough, Jac. 190, 235 ; Joh. 

128, 235 ; Harm. 180 ; Eic. 129 ; Eob. 

125, 212; Tho. 214; Will. 147, 188, 212 
Ash, Chris. 203, 212; Eic. 195, 239 ; Tho. 

239 

Ashbrook, Hen. 223 ; Joh. 281 
Ashburne, Eob. 137 ; Will. 76 
Ashley, Hen. 170 

Ashton, Asheton, Eic. 85 ; Tho. 280 
Asington, Jas. 269 
Ask, Aske, Joh. 19; Eob. 212 
Askam, Askum, Joh. 172, 198, 270 ; Will. 

132, 172, 201, 247, 270 
Askwith, Askwyth, Askquyth Asquith, 

Abr. 90, 96, 168; Anna, 206; Chris. & 

Xpof. 46, 88, 185 ; Geo. 43, 45 ; Hen. 

273; Joh. 88,257,276; Jos. 137, 180, 

257 ; Mann. 206 ; Phil. 52, 90 ; Eob. 9, 

21, 80, 83, 85, 48, 52, 66, 108; Sam. 

190, 264, 273, 276 ; Tho. 9, 26, 46, 58, 60, 

90, 10H 



Aslaby, Aslabie, Geo. 10 ; Ead. 23 

Aspenall, Aspinwall, Edm. 43 ; Will. 248 

Aspiner, Will. 54 

Aspleton, Will. 87 

Astell, Joh. 150 

Atchison, Eic. 50 

Atkinson, Atkenson, Atkynson, Attkin- 
sonj Anth. 9; Barehead, 224; Ben. 
256, 268 ; Char. 215, 269, 277 ; Chris, 
and Xpof. 100, 161 ; Corn. 69 ; Cuth. 
28; Edw. 171, 201, 202, 224, 236, 240; 
Fran. 50, 70 ; Geo. 50, 147, 162, 164, 
184, 190, 212, 216, 227, 228, 2B4, 243, 
265, 267, 273, 275 ; Hen. 9, 32, 49, 80, 
135, 171, 226 ; Humph. 2 ; Jac. and Jas. 
159, 188, 202, 269, 275; Job, 206; Joh. 
9, 10, 11, 100, 126, 163, 168, 175, 188, 
198, 206, 207, 216, 228, 248, 252, 
263, 267, 277, 278; Jonath. 243; Jos, 
278; Leon, 228; Marm. 26; Nic. 41, 
84; Pet. 23, 178; Eic. 10, 23, 71, 80, 
100, 191, 212, 217, 225, 240, 260, 265, 
277; Eob. 5, 17, 248, 253, 281; Step. 
84; Tho. 9, 20, 32, 57, 85, 126, 131, 
167, 172, 175, 188, 205, 227, 287, 253, 
271, 281, 284; Will. 1, 75, 76, 95, 124, 
198, 201, 223, 252, 260 

Aubrey, Sam. 227 

Audrien, Jos. 229 

Auman, Joh. 159 

Austen, Austin, Auston, Awstoin, Joh. 
87, 95, 143; Eic. 173 ; Silv. 192, 268; 
Tho. 268 ; Will. 65, 95, 159, 192 

Avis, Eic. 171 

Avison, Avyson, Ead. 145 ; Will. 280 

Awderson, Awtherson, Autherson, Ad. 
15; Awst, 36; Edm. 14; Edw. 19, 
Jac. 41; Joh. 19, 41; Leon. 70, 86, 
111 ; Mart. 36, 111 ; Will. 84 ; Xpof. 
28 

Awdhouse, Joh. 112 

Awkericke, Edw. 43 

Awkland, Joh. 83 ; Nic. 13 ; Will. 18 

Awmoke, Eob. 21 

Awmond, Anth. 77; Barn. 210; Chr. 
163; Hen. 77; Josh. 155, 210; Eob. 
44, 101 ; Tho. 4, 53, 101. See Almond 

Ax, Axe, Cuth. 81 ; Laur. 31 ; Eob. 81 

Ayneley, Hen. 87 ; Eic. 87 

Ayre, Air, Aire, Char. 82 ; Joh. 57, 122, 
125, 163, 172, 240 ; Eic. 263 ; Tho. 122 

Babington, Jarv. 115 

Bachelor, Batchellor, Bachler, Basshler, 

Anth. 65, 124; Char. 7; Geo. 217; 

Joh. 1, 7, 21, 69, 71, 108, 113, 124 ; Mark, 

108 ; Mat. 56, 73, 116 ; Step. 113 ; Will. 

21, 69, 103, 191 ; Xpof. 56 
Bachouse, Eic. 232 
Bacon, Ben. 172, 219 ; Fran. 266 ; Frees. 

107 ; Joh. 131, 194 ; Tho. 219 
Baddison, Chris. 80 
Bagley, Chris. 145 ; Hug. 147, 185, 257 ; 

Joh. 257 ; Mat. 185 






INDEX 



293 



Baildon, Malby, 278 ; Hie. 184; Will. 278 
Bailes, Bayles, Baylies ; Sam. 88 ; Zac. 

80, 101 

Bainbridge, Bainbrigg, Baynbrige, 

Baynebrige, Bart. 85; Cuth. 18; 

Edm. 6; Geo. 25; Job, 101, 178, 216, 

220, 245 ; Mary, 270 ; Nyc. 1 ; Eic. 34, 

85, 98, 100 ; Will. 216 
Baisburne, Anth. 12 ; Eic. 12 
Bake, Job. 97 
Baker, Geo. 53; Jos. 284; Mat. 164; 

Ead. 18; Eob. 18; Step. 276; Will. 

176, 231, 242, 276, 284 
Balden, Will. 217 
Balderston, Bawderstone, Bawtherstone, 

Edw. 92; Hen. 90; Job. 7, 51, 53; 

Pet. 51, 90 ; Eic. 53, 92 
Baldock, Boldock, Clifford, 206, 244; 

Edw. 154, 176, 242; Nic. 270; Tho. 

228, 270 

Baldwin, Job. 176, 270 ; Will. 219 
Ball, Nic. 50 

Balland, Job. 7, 24, 52 ; Xpof. 52 
Ballard, Job. 201 
Bambrough, Baumbrougb, Eic. 71, 140 ; 

Will. 272 

Baraforth, Sam. 151 
Bamks, Will. 278 
Bamks alias Banks, Val. 278 
Banester, Bainester, Banister, Bannester, 

Bart. 59, 81, 109 ; Felix and Phel. 68, 

81, 109 ; Geo. 229, 283 ; Hen. 30, 60 ; 
Job. 19, 49, 59, 68, 176, 283 ; Tho. 215 ; 
Will. 13, 39, 60, 68, 167 

Bank, Banks, Bancks, Bankes, Chr. 205 ; 

Geo. 269 ; Jac. 104; Job. 155, 171, 218, 

263; Pet. 203; Eic. 70, 85, 97, 110, 

133, 140, 249; Eob. 248; Tho. 75, 104, 

204, 263, 288 ; Will. 21, 162, 165, 191, 

204, 269 

Banks alias Bamks, Val. 278 
Barber, Barbor, Barbour, Geo. 159 ; Hen. 

131, 178, 187, 192 ; Jac. 172 ; Job. 187, 

200, 210, 224; Eaiph, 133; Tho. 158, 

178, 221, 224 
Barchard, Pet. 185 
Barcrest, Paul, 100 
Bardy, Bardie, Job. 255 ; Tbo. 87 
Barehead, Barhead, Bayrehead, Edw. 88 ; 

Jac. 100, 133; Job. 133; Nic. 74, 100; 

Eic. 122 ; Eob. 59, 88, 122 
Barfeild, Car. 163 
Bargeman, Bargman, Geo. 17; Job. 31; 

Eic. 17 ; Eog. 65 ; Tho. 31 
Bargh, Greg. 9 ; Mart. 37 ; Eob. 26 
Barker, Chris. 79 ; Corn. 223 ; Edm. 186, 

268 ; Edw. 113, 268 ; Eman. 253 ; Geo. 

56 ; Hen. 15, 87 ; Job. 34, 138, 180, 193, 

215, 234, 244, 249, 265, 281; Perciv. 

15 ; Phil. 21 ; Ealph, 132 ; Eic. 213 ; 
- Eob. 76, 84, 115, 180, 234, 278, 286 ; 

Tho. 6, 20, 21, 91, 205, 253 ; Will. 2, 6, 

14, 56, 58, 265, 279 
Barlowe, Eob. 61 
Barn, Eob. 286; Tho. 217, 279, 286 



Barn alias Baynes, Job. 279 

Barnard, Bernard, Chris. 183 Dawney, 

183, 190 ; Geo. 145, 189, 266 Hen. 49, 

277; Isaac, 149, 238 ; Jac.andJas. 218, 

215, 242, 271 ; Job. 109 ; Marm. 120 ; 

Eic. 266 ; Sam. 238 ; Seth, 73, 109, 120 ; 

Tho. 194, 232, 278; Will. 150, 159, 180, 

224, 277 

Barneby, Barnebye, Anth. 53 ; Tho. 66 
Barnes, Eman. 54 ; Job. 14, 247 ; Lane. 

48; Perciv. 14; Pet. 217; Eic. 76; 

Tho. 70 ; Will. 87, 92 
Barnett, Geo. 191, 194 
Baron, Barren, Barren, Job. 66; Jos. 

214 ; Laur. 18 ; Tho. 18 ; Will. 127, 144 
Barrass, Jos. 209 

Barrett, Abr. 249 ; Eic. 75,114; Tho. 41,114 
Barriff, Pet. 279 

Barrobye, Barrowby, Job. 109 ; Tho. 9 
Barrow, Barrowes, Barrough, Geo. 264 ; 

Hen. 107; Tho. 98, 115; Will. 106 
Barstow, Ben. 184, 186, 245, 262; Jac. 

and Jas. 174, 188 ; Mic. 106, 156, 262 ; 

Tho. 156, 161, 245, 262 
Barthrop, Barthrup, Chris. 191, 245, 258 ; 

Eic. 184 ; Eob. 245 
Bartliffe, Eob. 265 
Bartley, Job. 48 
Barton, Eman. 231 ; Fran. 279 ; Geo. 81 ; 

Hug. 2, 69; Jac. and Jas. 197, 287; 

Job. 50, 69, 161, 212, 234, 287 ; Jos. 281 ; 

Eob. 2, 40 ; Tho. 287 ; Will. 11, 12 
Bartram, Bartrom, Jac. 10 ; Eob. 80 
Barugh, Eob. 237 
Barwick, Barwike, Barwyke, Barrick, 

Ben. 251; Char. 239; Chris. 70, 123, 

160, 202, 219, 220, 235, 239; Geo. 97, 

202, 251; Jac. 35; Job. 81; Jos. 220, 

250 ; Mat. 22 ; Eob. 219 ; Tho. 41, 130 ; 

Will. 78, 95, 103, 123, 16J, 235, 250. 

See Berwick 
Baseman, Will. 91 
Basford, Basfoord, Edw. 87, 112; Sam. 

138, 149 

Basshler, see Bacheler 
Batchelor, see Bachler 
Batchley, Job. 152 ; Will. 152 
Bateman, Baitman, Chris, and Xpof. 125, 

168; Edw. 162, 181, 242, 280; Geo. 

181, 242 ; Sam. 138 ; Tho. 168 ; Will. 81 
Bateson, Baitson, Baytson, Egid. 27 ; 

Hen. 112 ; Job. 32, 81 ; Eob. 53 ; Will. 217 
Batherston, see Balderston 
Batley, Sam. 189 
Battersby, Edw. 181, 222 ; Job. 128, 167, 

175, 208 ; Eic. 189 ; Tho. 136, 174, 208, 

222 ; Will. 189 
Battison, Abr. 182, 232 
Battison alias Pattison, Geo. 287 
Batty, Battie, Geo. 259 ; Job. 194, 259 ; 

Josh. 262 ; Eag. 6 ; Eic. 26 ; Tho. 177 
Bawderstone, see Balderston 
Bawtry, Bawtrie, Bautry, Barn. 94, 121, 

145, 164, 212; Jos. 164, 185, 212 ; Eic. 

108 ; Eob. 145 ; Tho. 108 r 125, 136 



294 



THE FEEEMEN OF YORK 



Baxter, Job. 46, 72, 116, 137, 155, 164, 

174, 178, 262 ; Mart. 19 ; Ric. 260 ; Bob. 

19 ; Tho. 172, 174, 214, 260, 262 ; Will. 176 

Baycocke, Bayocke, Dan. 78 ; Mat. 182, 

149 ; Tho. 132. See Bayock 
Bayle, Baylye, Bic. 133; Tho. 87 
Bayne, Baynes, Baine, Baines, Chris, and 
Xpof. 60, 63; Edw. 63, 99, 118; Fran. 
5 65 ; Hen. 165, 177, 212, 233 ; Isaac, 
236; Jac. and Jas. 77, 113, 126, 278; 
Joh. 65, 72, 73, 99, 149, 162, 165, 212; 
Leon. 64, 126, 157, 175, 179 ; Nic. 5, 48; 
Pet. 273 ; Rad. 48, 89 ; Ric. 62, 75, 86, 
212, 227 ; Rob. 49, 95 ; Walt. 182, 164 ; 
Will. 89, 197 

Baynes alias Barn, Joh. 279 
Baynton, Joh. 4 ; Rob. 18 ; Tho. 18 
Bayock, Joh. 130 ; Rad. 35. See Baycocke 
Baytes, Baites, Bart. 114; Rob. 4 
Baythorne, Bathorne, Isaac, 108, 208; 

Joh. 238 ; Will. 194, 238, 244 
Baythorpe, Jos. 257 ; Will. 257 
Beacock, Fran. 126 
Beadsworth, Joh. 255 
Beal, Beale, Beall, Jos. 92 ; Paul, 75, 82 ; 

Ric. 265 ; Tho. 272 ; Will. 145 

Bealby, Bealbie, Beilby, Ben. 256 ; Edw. 

140 ; Jac. 88 ; Joh. 120, 280 ; Mat. 96 ; 

Ric. 272; Rob. 82; Tho. 108; Will. 120 

Beamont, Beamond, Ben. 256; Geo. 

125 ; Step. 108 ; Tho. 34, 42, 95 
Bean, Beane, Car. and Char. 81, 97, 215; 
Joh. 6, 82, 101, 120, 144, 161, 197, 207, 
210,269; Mat. 91; Mic. 16; Ric. 81; 
Rob. 30, 33, 64, 82, 91, 101, 104, 173 ; 
Sam. 173, 182 ; Step. 104, 144 ; Tho. 82, 
173, 182, 197 ; Will. 56, 270 
Beanland, Edw. 266 

Beares, Bears, Chris. 139 ; Joh. 101, 110, 
Bearpark, Joh. 214 ; Leon. 233 
Beatson, Joh. 261; Tho. 170, 261. See 

Betson 

Bebe, Bebie, Geo. 11 ; Joh. 40 ; Ric. 40 
Beck, Becke, Jac. 144 ; Joh. 56, 68, 96, 

98 1 ; Leon. 39; Tho. 89 
Beckeford, Joh. 157 
Beckett, Becket, Joh. 78, 112, 183 ; Jos. 

214 ; Rog. 53, 78 ; Will. 112 
Beckwith, Bekwith, Ambr. 268; Arth. 
121 ; Chris, and Xpof. 8, 16, 39, 43 ; 
Fran. 42, 74, 188, 255 ; Geo. 207, 273 ; 
Hen. 150, 188, 207, 255 ; Jac. and Jas. 7, 
20, 21, 72; Joh. 61, 204, 249; Lamb. 
48 ; Leon. 10, 20, 34, 70, 256 ; Ric. 96; 
Rob. 82, 84, 86 ; Step. 15 ; Tho. 32 70, 
155, 279 ; Will. 5, 7, 10, 33, 74, 118, 155, 
271 

Bedal, Joh. 226 
Bedford, Bedforth, Edw. 63 ; Joh. 19, 68, 

148; Ric. 211; Tho. Ill, 286, 285 
Bedhard, Joh. 98 
Bedome, Jac. 42 ; Joh. 42 
Bee, Joh. 8 ; Ric. 97 

1 J-'ur Jon. in the text read J.<h. 



Beerman, Geo. 106 

Beesby, Ric. 147 

Beforth, Beeforth, Fran. 175, 218, 223, 
228, 286; Geo. 99, 187, 154, 156; 
Hannah, 247 ; Hen 186 ; Jannes, 105 ; 
Jas. 156; Joh. 63, 120, 154, 160, 186, 
196, 197, 218, 278; Josh. 228; Ralph, 
143; Ric. 278; Rob. 109, 143, 197, 210, 
211, 223, 247, 286; Tho. 166, 196, 210 ; 
Will. 122, 166, 211 

Behoe, Geo. 118 

Belfeild, Ric. 29 ; Tho. 89, 86 

Bell, Anth. 62, 277; Arth. 114; Chris. 
191, 259; Cuth. 153; Dav. 14, 58, 62, 
147, 189; Edw. 92; Fran. 259; Gabr. 
107 ; Geo. 52, 147, 189 ; Hen. 112 ; Jac. 
and Jas. 36, 58, 74, 148, 154 ; Joh. 23, 26, 
34, 36, 38, 132, 146, 178, 204, 242, 261, 
268, 275; Jos. 120; Marc and Mark, 
57, 76, 103; Marm. 103; Mic. 30, 39, 
70 ; Nat. 244, 278 ; Pet. 95, 128 ; Phin. 
114 ; Ralph, 115, 119, 217 ; Ric. 30, 82, 
94, 190, 196, 216, 262, 277 ; Rob. 10, 11, 
41, 87, 243 ; Tho. 10, 30, 32, 38, 45, 62, 
66, 88, 92, 261, 266, 275 ; Will. 12, 23, 

25, 53, 56, 58, 95, 96, 106, 114, 121, 128, 
129, 146, 243 

Bellas, Will. 118 

Bellasis, Belasyse, Joh. 178; Tho. 161, 

170 
Bellerby, Bellarby, Joh. 5 ; Ric. 1 ; Tho. 

154 ; Will. 255 
Belley, Bellay, Joh. 94, 141 
Bellingham, Bellingim, Billingham, 

Anth. 80, 116, 123 ; Jerome, 216 ; Joh. 

128, 132, 166, 216; Sam. 166, 171; Will. 

116 
Belt, Jas. 72; Leon. 12, 44; Mark, 17; 

Rob. 44, 52, 77, 93 ; Will. 87 
Belton, Hen. 87, 126 ; Joh. 126, 142, 147 ; 

Mat. 101, 125, 142 ; Will. 125 
Belwood, Bellwood, Anth. 57 ; Conyers, 

160; Joh. 246; Leon. 54; Rob. 176; 

Will. 108, 160, 167, 176, 228, 246 
Benion, Dan. 59 
Benne, Ric. 37 
Bennett, Hen. 98 ; Joh. 45 
Bennington, Joh. 83, 102, 228, 227; 

Jonath. 184, 275 ; Mat. 248 ; Mic. 151, 

216, 223, 259, 275 ; Nat. 194 
Benson, Anth. 34 ; Brian, 186, 253 ; Char. 

264 ; Dav. 221, 271, 284 ; Edw. 40, 82, 

98, 187; Fran. 140, 206, 246; Gaw. 24, 

26, 60; Geo. 138, 165, 183, 233, 245, 
246, 253 ; Jas. 97, 271 ; Joh. 24, 30, 35, 
60, 72, 76, 90, 95, 170, 206, 246, 247, 
264, 271 ; Jonath. 181, 216 ; Leo. 89 ; 
Rad. 89 ; Ric. 183, 167, 271 ; Ro. 94 ; 
Rob. 90, 102, 130, 159, 189, 191, 221 ; 
Sim. 94; Tho. 21, 108, 280; Will. 24, 
89, 100, 109, 180, 137, 232, 284 

Bentham, Joh. 122, 148 ; Ric. 136 
Bentley, Car. 233 ; Dan. 255 ; Geo. 213 ; 

Joh. 226; Jos. 256; Mic. 205; Sam. 

155, 208 ; Will. 149, 208 ; Xpof. 59 



INDEX 



295 



Benton, Joh. 45 

Berkenshaw, Doilay, 282 ; Joh. 282 

Bernard, see Barnard 

Berry, Geo. 234, 262 

Berwick, Berwicke, Geo. 287 ; Jas. 267 ; 

Joh. 208 ; Jos. 175, 233, 267 ; Tho. 208 ; 

Will. 175, 285, 287 

Besson, Bessonne, Leon. 27, 35, 62, 75 
Best, Chris. 69 ; Jac. and Jas. 10, 14, 84, 

97, 138, 211 ; Joh. 48, 70, 120, 146, 174 ; 

Marm. 120, 145, 174 ; Pet. 10 ; Ric. 38, 

84, 86, 97, 128, 138, 146 ; Will. 14, 48. 

97, 128, 211 
Beswick, Tho. 136 
Bethell, Tho. 83 

Bethome, Joh. 9, 15 ; Will. 9, 15 
Betson, Bettson, Geo. 177; Giles, 22; 

Joh. 93, 122, 135 ; Ric. 38, 78, 93, 122, 

177 ; Rowl. 137. See Beatson 
Beverley. Beaverley, Joh. 114, 144, 157, 

230, 260, 279, 288 ; Ric. 152 ; Step. 117, 

186, 180, 185, 222, 230, 233, 279 ; Tho. 

185, 216, 245, 288 ; Vine. 76, 77 ; Will. 121 
Bew, Bewe, Joh. 15, 29 ; Mat. 73 ; Sam. 

142 ; Tho. 89, 112, 142, 163 ; Will. 52, 89 
Bewley, Chris. 199, 286 ; Dav. 50, 84, 121 ; 

Geo. 25 ; Hen. 229 ; Jac. and Jas. 172, 

195, 252; Joh. 154, 286; Pet. 121; 

Rand. 4 ; Ric. 231 ; Will. 25, 123, 172, 

252, 256 
Bice, Joh. Ill 
Bickerdike, Rob. 106 
Bickers, Hen. 256, 284; Joh. 217, 284; 

Tho. 284 
Bickerton, Byccarton, Leon. 43 ; Mat. 68 ; 

Will. 3, 43, 68 

Biddle, Joh. 117, 145 ; Tho. 145 
Biggin, see Byggyn 
Biggs, Mat. 125, 129 
Bigland, Rob. 212 
Bignall, Rob. 280 
Bilbowe, Joh. 20, 22 ; Rob. 20 
Bilbrough, Rob. 243, 266 
Bilclif, Bilcliffe, Bycliff , Joh. 67, 76, 93 ; 

Jos. 118 ; Rob. 77, 115 
Billingley alias Bilmay, Fran. 249 
Bilmay alias Billingley, Fran. 249 
Bilton, Bylton, Char. 286 ; Dav. 271 ; 

Fran. 243, 269 ; Geo. 274 ; Hen. 52, 89, 

109, 122, 148 ; Jas. 286 ; Joh. 261 ; Rad. 

109, 148 ; Tho. 265 ; Will. 204, 261, 271, 

274, 286 

Bingley, Ric. 122 ; WiU. 281 
Binkes, see Bynkes 
Bird, Frees. 182 ; Joh. 112, 178 ; Ric. 54 ; 

Tho. 87 

Birkenshire, Tho. 249 
Birket, Birkett, Tho. 214, 273 
Birkhead, Burkehead, Byrkhead, Brian, 

21, 80 ; Fran. 225 ; Geo. 221 ; Hannfraus, 

23; Jac. 50; Nic. 46; Will. 126, 157, 

221, 225 
Birtby, Birkbie, Birkby, Jac. 2, 29, 38 ; 

Pet. 4, 41 ; Xpof. 41 
Birthright alias Butteroy, Leon. 246 



Bishop, Bishopp, Bisshop, Bushopp, 

Brian, 46, 84 ; Joh. 87, 61, 67 ; Rad. 84 ; 

Rob. 25 ; Tho. 37 
Blackboard, Blaikbeard, Geo. 180; Jac. 

85, 100, 129, 134, 145, 169, 175, 180; 

Joh. 175; Nic. 102; Sam. 145, 154; 

Will. 129, 147 
Blackburne, Blackeburne, Blakburne, 

Abr. 76 ; Anth. 90 ; Chris, and Xpof. 53, 

90, 97 ; Fran. 44, 145 ; Jac. 50, 88 ; Joh. 

87, 88, 122, 131, 174, 226; Ric. 239; 

Rob. 75, 127 ; Tho. 87, 152, 207, 226 ; 

Will. 37, 97, 127, 152, 207, 235, 239, 287 
Blacke, Mic. 82, 90; Tho. 58, 87, 90; 

Will. 58, 82 
Blacket, Tho. 280 
Blacklock, Joh. 272 
Blades, Blaides, Bygod, 65, 76 ; Chr. 

146; Fran. 226; Geo. 61; Hen. 121, 

226 ; Tho. 228 ; Xpof. 17, 61 
Blaikeston, Joh. 58 
Blake, Blayk, Fran. 92; Rob. 15; Tho. 

27,92; Will. 25,27 
Blakey, Blakay, Arth. 285 ; Joh. 8, 287 : 

Jos. 210, 285^ 286, 287 ; Tho. 287 ; Will. 

8,286 

Blakwall, Ric. 23 
Blanch, Blansh, Enoch, 207, 264, 275; 

Fran. 264; Jac. 172, 220; Joh. 207; 

Tho. 275 
Bland, Chris. 82; Edw. 54; Hen. 101, 

121 ; Humf. 61, 101 ; Jac. & Jas. 19, 25, 

57, 82, 256; Joh. 67, 184, 256, 278; 

Jos. 204; Laur 28; Ric. 278, 281; 

Rob. 33 ; Tho. 229, 281 ; Will. 280 
Blandes, Geo. 93 ; Joh. 93 
Blansherd, Blanchard, Blansdshard, Car. 

176; Chr. 223; Edw. 147; Geo. 60, 

232 ; Joh. 133, 137, 176, 242, 259 ; Pet. 

240; Pheneas, 109; Ric. 77 140; Rob. 

219; Rog. 66, 77, 109; Tho. 85, 133, 

161, 201, 219, 232, 259 ; Will. 109, 137, 

156, 281 

Blenhorne, Ric. 171 
Blenkhorne, Blenkarne, Blenkerne, Joh. 

219, 284 ; Mat. 268 ; Ric. 219, 230 ; Tho. 

28, 30, 57 ; Will. 129 
Blenkishop, Blenkiship, Geo. 150, 179; 

Will. 179 
Blieth, Geo. 119 
Blith, Blithe, Blyth, Alex. 187, 236 ; Ben. 

205, 215 ; Hen. 230 ; Joh. 141, 192, 227, 

233, 235; Mary, 171 ; Mat. 70, 101, 140, 

141, 173; Nat. 160, 169; Owen, 66; 

Ric. 8 ; Sam. 147, 201, 235 ; Step. 159 ; 

Tho. 81, 105, 160, 171, 173, 275 ; Will. 

10, 125, 201, 233 

Blockley, Blockeley, Edw. 59, 65, 98 
Bloom, Joh. 195 
Body, Boddy, Fran. 231 ; Jac. 104 ; Ric, 

147, 186 ; Will. 186, 281, 246 
Bogeshe, Will. 4 
Bogg, Joh. 67, 72 ; Tho. 94 
Boilland, Tho. 59 
Boithman, Allan, 12 ; Rad. 12 



296 



THE FREEMEN OF YORK 



Boldero, Edm. Gale, 200 ; Mr. 197 

Boldock, see Baldock 

Bollan, Tho. 248. See Rowland 

Bollard, Job. 167 

Bolles, Edw. 1 

Boiling, Bowlinge, Bowlin, Ann, 246; 

Humf. 19 ; Job. 70, 127, 175, 199 ; Tho. 

199,246; Will. 144 
Bolton, Boulton, Bowlton, Barb. 229; 

Fran. 174, 193 ; Jac. and Jas. Ill, 143, 

151, 164; Joh. 128, 151, 174, 222; 

Josias, 143 ; Obed. 151 ; Kalpb, 100 ; 

Eic. 78, 123, 155, 168 ; Rob. 47 ; Sam. 

256 ; Tho. 112, 161, 153, 155, 170, 228, 

280 ; Will. 117, 118, 168, 221, 229, 248, 

255 

Bolty, Joh. 179. See ~Boulty 
Bonas, Joh. Ill; Mat. Ill, 129. See 

Bownus 

Bond, Alex. 171 ; Joh. 255 
Bone, Joh. 261 
Bonnall, Tho. 172 
Boone, Marm. 182 
Booth, Bothe, Bouthe, Buthe, Ben. 196 ; 

Edm. 10 ; Edw. 95, 139, 143, 153, 196; 

Geo. 26, 139, 259 ; Hen. 9 ; Hug. 34 ; 

Joh. 17, 64, 139, 152; Jos. 50, 145; 

Josh. 172 ; Bic. 48, 53, 54, 80, 83, 100, 

108, 127, 137, 143, 145, 222 ; Bob. 133, 

257, 259; Sam. 127; Tho. 9, 10, 17, 

100, 137, 152, 185; Will. 182, 185, 240, 

248 

Bootle, Joh. 131 
Boreham, Jac. 205, 224 
Borill, Rob. 150. See Burrell 
Borkenskale, Joh. 26 
Borrenscale, Will. 47 
Bosland, Hug. 229 
Bosomworth, Anth. 217, 278 
Boss, Bosse, Char. 79 ; Fran. 268 ; Geo. 

67 ; Tho. 45, 87 
Bossall, Bossell, Hen. 176, 225; Joh. 

115 ; Will. 104, 225 
Bosvile, Char. 116 
Boswell, Hen. 220, 265; Joh. 42, 125, 

188 ; Rob. 123 ; Will. 265 
Bothamley, Bottomley, Ananias, 281; 

Joh. 112, 124 
Botterill, Jos. 245 
Boulty, Joh. 158. See Bolty 
Bourchier, Tho. 89 
Bourne, Car. 216 
Bovell, Bovill, Bouell, Edw. 104 ; Fran. 

70, 128 ; Geo. 79, 114, 123 ; Joh. 52, 70, 

79, 114, 128 ; Marc. 80, 83, 189 ; Nat. 

141 ; Nic. 29, 99, 141 ; Phil. 154 ; Ric. 

84 ; Tho. 49, 99, 132, 139 ; Vine. 40, 80, 

84 

Bowcock, Will. 262 
Bowd, Rob. 6 
Bower, Hen. 225, 229 ; Joh. 266 ; Will. 

256 
Bowes, Bowe, Anth. 44 ; Edw. 26 ; Fran 

98, 248; Geo. 20, 44, 54; Joh. 26, 85, 

92, 94, 177, 185, 256 ; Marm. 3 ; Mic. 



71 ; Ric. 7, 94 ; Rob. 7, 9, 20, 26, 54, 

85, 98, 98 ; Rog. 61, 92 ; Tho. 9, 43, 61, 

98, 261, 271 ; Will. 25, 26 
Bowfeild, Sam. 101 ; Tho. 101 
Bowland, Ric. 140; Rob. 236. See 

Bollan 

Bowling, see Boiling 
Bowlocke, Tho. 133 
Bowman, Boweman, Geo. 171 ; Pet. 2 ; 

Tho. 53 ; Will. 2, 53 
Bowmer, Joh. 65 
Bowness, Ric. 280 
Bownus, Bownas, Mat. 85 ; Will. 85, 85. 

See Bonas 

Bowsefell, Jac. 9 ; Mart. 10. See Bus- 
field 

Bowser, Joh. 80 ; Tho. 56, 80, 281 
Bowssell, Mig. 27 
Boyer, Sym. 46 
Boyes, Boys, Abr. 102, 199 ; Chris. 199, 

203, 225; Joh. 214, 254; Will. 193; 

blank, 79 
Boyle, Joh. 279 
Boyne, Step. 187 
Boynton, Bointon,Geo. 140 ; Jac. and Jas. 

112, 207, 285 ; Joh. 207 ; Ric. 120, 124 ; 

Rog. 121 
Braby, Hen. 156 
Bracebridge, Geo. 102, 137 
Brack, Bracke, Ben. 190; Jas. 252; Joh. 

214, 252, 267, 286 ; Rob. 145, 190 ; 

Will. 140, 188, 214, 245, 286 
Bracken, see Breckan 
Bradeshawe, Tho. 57 
Bradforth, Rob. 137 
Bradley, Andr. 237 ; Edw. 217 ; Hen. 

224, 259, 270 ; Joh. 64, 69, 70, 80, 120, 

164, 165, 234, 248, 259, 262; Major. 

263 ; Ric. 45, 117, 160 ; Rob. 158 ; Tho. 

100, 138, 158, 172 ; Tim. 154 ; Will. 58, 

67, 160, 198, 255, 270 
Bradrigge, Tho. 115 
Bradrike, Galf. 32 
Brafferton, Rye. 16 
Braithwate, Brathwate, Anth. 178 ; Bart. 

59 ; Chris, and Xpof. 37, 61, 75 ; Edw. 

15, 19, 75, 123; Fran. 276; Geo. 20, 

46, 59, 118 ; Hug. 46 ; Joh. 2, 128, 159, 

222, 231, 276; Mat. 5, 44, 56, 169, 222, 

257; Rad. 44; Ric. 227, 257; Rob. 

280; Step. 248; Tho. 56, 123, 257, 

269 ; Will. 2 
Bramham, Joh. 268 
Bramley, Joh. 187 ; Marc. 187 
Bramwell, Joh. 112 
Brand, Edw. 118, 179, 195; Jac. 179; 

Ric. 133, 195 ; Wolf. 23, 29 
Branston, Tho. 117 
Branton, Arth. 50, 84 ; Ric. 84 ; Step. 6 ; 

Will. 6, 50 
Brasington, Bart. 4 
Brasse, Will. 10, 52 
Bratburne, Cuth. 11 
Braviner, Nic 181 
Bray, Fran. 120, 133 



INDEX 



297 



Breame, Hen. 282 

Brear, Breer, Joh. 64 ; Eic. 12, 51, 64 
Brearclyf , Brereclyf, Milo, 1 ; Pet. 1 
Breare, Eic. 154 

Brearey, Breary, Breray, Chris. 77, 134 ; 
Jac. 92, 93 ; Joh. 5, 279 ; Mark, 146, 
147 ; Eic. 5 ; Sam. 79, 80 ; Will. 82, 37, 
59, 72, 77, 79, 92 

Breckan, Brecken, Breckon, Brekken, 
Bracken, Edm. 88 ; Joh. 64, 114 ; Tho. 
114, 122 ; Will. 14, 64, 72 
Brecks, Edw. 110 
Bredall, Fran. 262 
Brennand, Joh. 244 
Bretridge, Brettridge, Eob. 191, 231; 

Eog. 231 ; Will. 282 
Brewster, Joh. 223, 286; Sam. 226; 

Will. 275 

Brice, Bryce, Fran. 86, 106; G-eo. 57; 
Joh. 29, 51, 59, 86 ; Lawr. 8, 51 ; Will. 
54, 92, 266 ; Xpof. 29 
Bridgnall, Eic. 92. See Brignall 
Bridgwater, Fran. 193 ; Joh. 248 
Bridkirke, Bridekirke, Eob. 66; Tho. 
87, 66, 93 ; Will. 175. See Brydkyrke 
Brigge, Brigges, Briggs, Brigs, Chris. 
280 ; Jas. 106 ; Jerem. 148, 167, 209 ; 
Joh. 67, 137, 165, 219, 260; Jonath.95, 
209; Mat. 140; Tho. 248; Tim. 248; 
Will. 108, 145, 157, 197, 219, 260 
Brigham, Briggham, Briggam, Brygham, 
Fran. 43 ; Joh. 86, 81 ; Eic. 171, 181 ; 
Tho. 7, 43 ; Will. 7, 36, 81 
Brighouse, Bryghouse, Eob. 12 ; Walt. 

17 ; Will. 17 
Brignall, Joh. 127 ; Eic. 127. See 

Bridgnall 

Brittan, Britten, Britton, Brittaine, 
Brytten, Bryttayne, Cuth. 106; Hen. 
42; Joh. 27, 72, 110, 129, 144; Eic. 
136; Eob. 27, 30, 32, 42, 63, 110, 144 ; 
Step. 57; Tho. 32, 72, 80; Trist. 30, 
63, 75 ; Will. 75, 140, 249 
Broadbelt, Eic. 157, 242 
Broadbent, Nat. 245 
Broadhead, Dan. 129 
Broadley, Eic. 217 
Brockbank, Jas. 287 ; Joh. 184, 286, 287 ; 

Will. 196 
Brockett, Brokkett, Benedick, 145 ; Joh. 

8, 12 ; Phil. 145 

Brocklebank, Brooklebank, Jac. 224; 
Joh. 163, 215, 224 ; Jos. 248 ; Ealph, 102 
Brockton, Tho. 41 

Brogden, Brogdin, Edw. 87, 208 ; Hen. 
117, 161; Joh. 41; Jos. 248; Eic. 66 ; 
Eob. 205, 252 ; Will. 41, 208 
Brokall, Mat. 44 
Bromefeld, Eic. 7 
Brookbank, Chas. 281 
Brooke, Brook, Broke, Brookes, Brooks, 
Browke, Anth. 74 ; Arth. 44, 49, 214, 
225, 285 ; Chris, and Xpof. 29, 37, 49, 79 ; 
Fran. 267 ; Hen. 46, 54 ; Jac. and Jas. 
47, 63, 79, 109, 124, 147, 241, 246 ; Joh. 



27, 42, 49, 68, 209, 241, 257, 267 ; Leon. 
40; Perciv. 6, 13, 40, 47; Eic. 175, 
200 ; Eob. 6, 23, 87, 42, 44, 46, 49 ; 
Step. 285 ; Will. 86, 96, 147, 257, 268 
Brough, Tho. 53 
Broughton, Broghton, Edw. 31 ; Joh. 32, 

39 

Brovence, Sus. 45 

Brown, Browne, Browen, Broowne, 
Andr. 107; Anth. 205; Bart. 43; 
Brian, 64, 126; Chris, and Xpof. 104, 
121, 124, 278 ; Edm. 132 ; Edw. 32, 74 ; 
Fran. 41, 126 ; Geo. 131, 204, 210, 287 ; 
Hen. 57 ; Jac. and Jas. 15, 18, 78, 120, 
131, 157 ; Jana, 194 ; Joh. 1, 9, 12, 15, 
18, 21, 22, 23, 41, 50, 76, 116, 118, 124, 
137, 149, 162, 165, 178, 179, 192, 193, 194, 
204, 218, 220, 230, 232, 244, 249, 255, 263 ; 
Jonath. 230 ; Leon. 71, 95 ; Mark, 282 ; 
Mat. 67, 93, 157, 260 ; Mic. 109 ; Miles, 
60; Nic. 16; Perciv. 106, 141; Pet. 
109 ; Phin. 108 ; Ead. 38, 63, 93, 105, 
109, 131; Eic. 14, 21, 33, 46, 68, 77, 
105, 120, 175, 176, 187, 194 ; Eob. 25, 
82, 86, 96, 151, 155, 192, 210, 236, 260, 
280; Sam. 141, 187, 194, 220, 263; 
Step. 126, 169 ; Sym. 40 ; Tobias, 257 ; 
Tho. 4, 15, 20, 22, 32, 42, 43, 74, 98, 
126, 129, 151, 170, 176, 219, 255 ; Wilf. 
81; Will. 1, 9, 15, 46, 93, 102, 105, 153, 
189, 205, 216, 244, 248, 257, 268 
Brownies, Brownelesse, Geo. 13, 47, 50, 
52, 56, 104; Joh. 16, 47, 49, 75, 89; 
Will. 50, 89, 104 

Brownrigg, Browneryge, Mic. 8 ; Will. 217 
Brownyng, Joh. 10 

Browyns,Browens,Esdras, 12,45 ; Sus. 45 

Broxup, Broxupp, Abr. 153; Car. and 

Char. 187, 250; Joh. "192, 250; Will. 

148, 187, 192, 202, 218, 270 ; Zac. 218, 276 

Bruce, Hen. 8 

Brumpton, Geo. 224 ; Hug. 136 
Brunton, Hen. 149 
Brush, Eic. 131 
Bryan, Will. 197 

Brydkyrke, Tho. 8. See Bridkirke 
Bucher, Joh. 67 

Buck, Bucke, Geo. 83, 36, 70, 94 ; Nat. 
42, 81, 124, 160 ; Sam. 81, 121 ; Will. 
121, 160 
Buckbarrow, Bucbarro, Joh. 88 ; Mary, 

85 ; Will. 35 

Buckle, Bucle, Anth. 84; Chris. 163, 
227 ; Edw. 43, 47, 120 ; Fran. 54, 72, 
90, 155, 189, 213; Jas. 122; Jerem. 
182 ; Joh. 101, 107, 133, 139, 161, 167, 
230; Jos. 212, 225, 258; Marm. Ill, 
160, 182, 189, 213 ; Mat. 133, 157, 230, 
248 ; Osw. 62, 101, 122, 161 ; Step. 167, 
258, 269 ; Tho. 56, 92, 96, 107, 111, 160, 
227, 230 ; Will. 157, 227, 230, 278 
Buckton, Bucton, Hug. 73 ; Jac. 221 ; 
Joh. 63; Eic. 75, 164, 219; Sim. 73, 
114, 121, 280 ; Tho. 121, 171, 219, 221, 
280 ; Will. 114 



298 



THE FREEMEN OF YORK 



Bucktrout, Dav. 262, 279 
Budd, Arth. 20 ; Tho. 20 

Bugg, Joh. 70 ; Tho. 78 

Bull, Char. 159; Joh. 281 

Buller, Bullard, Mark, 114, 188 

Bullock, Geo. 217 ; Joh. 217 ; Harm. 223, 
274 

Bulman, Bullman, Joh. 195, 215, 237; 
Tho. 237 

Buhner, Andr. 239, 284 ; Dan. 257 ; Geo. 
219, 278 ; Jac. 179 ; Joh. 237 ; Harm. 160 ; 
Nic. 185, 257 ; Pet. 223, 278 ; Eic. 236, 
Sam. 284 ; Tho. 27, 174, 219, 223, 237, 
239 ; Will. 144, 179, 189 

Burascale, Jac. 109 ; Joh. 109 

Burbancke, Mart. 42 

Burdas, Burdus, Joh. 127 ; Will. 100, n 

Burditt, Geo. 169 

Burden, Burden, Fran. 31, 64, 105 ; Eic. 
28, 81, 64 ; Sym. 4, 23 ; Tho. 64, 105 ; 
Will. 100, 119 

Burdsall, Will. 272 

Surges, Greg. 13 

Burgh, Ambr. 3 ; Edw. 167, 197, 202 ; 
Jac. 26; Joh. 8; Eic. 3 ; Will. 202 

Burkensey, Joh. 213 

Burland, Tho. 25, 121 ; Will. 25 

Burley, Aaron, 205 

Burlington and Cork, Eic. Earl of, 159, 233 

Burnand, Will. 9 

Burne, Burnes, Chris, and Xpof. 73, 103, 
112 ; Geo. 112 ; Jac. and Jas. 103, 138 ; 
Eic. 188 ; Eob. 247 ; Sam. 107 

Burnel, Tho. 234 

Burnesall, Pet. 5 

Burnet, Burnett, Cressey, 85, 94, 132; 
Isaac, 256 ; Joh. 157 ; Eob. 80, 34, 85, 
85, 127, 261, 288 ; Tho. 78, 288 

Burnistone, Joh. 270 

Burnley, Ben. 209 ; Will. 231 

Burr, Will. 86 

Burras, Mann. 104 

Burrell, Edw. 1 ; Gilfrid, 53 ; Gylfeyld, 
7; Joh. 162, 193, 218, 220; Mat. 133; 
Tho. 53, 256. See Borill 

Burrie, Burye, Tho. 41 ; Tim. 29 

Burron, Tho. 98, n 

Burroskill, Jas. 101 

Burrow, Burrowe, Jonath. 236 ; Will. 48 

Burthom, Edw. 244 

Burton, Abr. 150, 192 ; Anth. 13, 16, 26, 
83, 119 ; Ben. Glaz. 232 ; Butler, 277 ; 
Edw. 162, 221, 254, 255 ; Fran. 33, 71, 
113, 125, 153, 171; Geo. 52, 94, 101, 
135, 162, 192, 233, 282 ; Jac. 58, 88, 99 ; 
Joh. 12, 41, 88, 94, 110, 120, 125, 135, 
155, 164, 171, 185, 190, 208, 211, 251, 
254 ; Jos. 172, 190, 228, 232 ; Josh. Ill, 
146, 228 ; Miles, 25 ; Ead. 18, 68 ; Eic 
175, 208, 226 ; Eob. 16, 76, 80, 99, 171 ; 
Tennant, 119 ; Tho. 13, 26, 33, 71 81 
111, 113, 119, 146, 164, 172, 185, 203 
208, 211, 221, 226, 243, 277, 282, 285* 
Will. 16, 17, 58, 58, 59, 63, 88, 110, 162', 
164, 170, 208, 208, 211, 254 ; Xpof. 59 



Burtwell, Tho. 204 

Busby, Busbie, Hen. 70; Eic. 69, 110; 

Xpof. 91, 126 
Busfield, Busfeild, Busfeld, Bousfeild, 

Bowsfeld, Anth. 227; Car. and Char. 

234, 283 ; Chris, and Xpof. 42, 66 ; Jac. 

28, 52, 58, 61, 108; Jerem. 167, 259; 
Joh. 23, 30, 34, 66, 86, 88, 96, 130, 223, 
229, 231; Laur. 86; Marm. 86; Mart. 
42, 43, 82, 114; Mic. 55; Perciv. 58, 
108; Phil. 34; Eoll. 43; Eob. 52; 
Tho. 96, 130, 153, 167 ; Vine. 43, 52, 78, 
82, 114 ; Will. 54, 83, 86, 88, 153, 229, 
259. See Bowse/ell 

Bushopp, see Bishop 

Buskill, Geo. 114, 168, 176 ; Euben, 176 ; 

Will. 221 
Bussy, Bussie, Fran. 81 ; Hen. 41 ; Jacob, 

237 ; Joh. 13, 43, 63, 71 ; Paul, 71 ; 

Ead. 11, 63 ; Will. 43, 81, 255 
Bustard, Marwood, 275 
Butler, Butlar, Buttler, Geo. 159 ; Guy, 

25 ; Hen. 133 ; Joh. 4, 25, 36, 39 ; Marm. 

129, 175 ; Maths. 233 ; Eic. 81, 216, 266 ; 

Eob. 150 ; Tho. 39, 229, 287 ; Will. 7, 

226, 266, 287 
Butles, Joh. 4 
Butterfeild, Butterfeld, Eog. 43 ; Sym. 4, 

16,62 

Butterman, Jac. 204 
Butteroy alias Birthright, Leon. 246 
Buttry, Butterey, Buttrie, Buttree, Hen. 

206, 276 ; Joh. 97, 135, 155, 170, 181, 

212, 214, 225, 227, 231, 272 ; Jos. 153, 

208, 225, 251 ; Pet. 37, 79, 116, 136, 

153, 208, 251, 257 ; Ead. and Ealph, 181, 

227; Tho. 155, 206, 214, 225; Will. 

29, 34, 161, 212 

Buxton, Sam. 164, 167, 221; Joh. 227; 

Ead. 169 ; Eob. 170 
Byard, Geo. 76, 78 
Byas, Fran. 225, 285; Joh. 182; Tho. 

182, 189, 225 
Byers, Tho. 139 
Byfield, Byfeild, Geo. 127, 198, 260; 

Eob. 260 ; Will. 85, 127 
Byggin, Byggyii, Biggin, Brian, 39, 83, 

85, 97, 105; Geo. 105; Leon. 85; 

Mart. 18; Eic. 14, 48; Eob. 13; Tho. 

97; Will. 83 
Bynkes, Bynke, Binkes, Binckes, Bincks, 

Chris. 159, 188; Edw. 28, 153, 185; 

Geo. 136, 153, 159 ; Jac. 83 ; Joh. 7, 18, 

53, 77, 79 ; Leon. 17, 24, 28 ; Pet. 34 ; 

Eic. 26, 192, 251; Eob. 10, 24; Tho. 

79 ; Will. 17, 18, 51, 83 
Bynnes, Bynns, Bines, Abr. 94; Joh. 

127 ; Will. 26, 29, 41 
Bynton, Jac. 175 ; Joh. 175^ 
Byrdsall, Eob. 24 
Bywater, Abr. 261 ; Car. and Char. 158, 

165 ; Dan. 237 ; Fran. 199, 261 ; Geo. 

198; Joh. 123, 164, 200, 248; Jos. 

169 ; Eic. 280 ; Eob. 165, 199 
Bywell, Mat. 61, 101; Tho. 101 



INDEX 



299 



Cadday, Caddy, Cady, Arth. 93; Geo. 

289; Jacob, 239, 258; Joh. 185, 239, 

283, 289 ; Joh. Smith, 289 ; Will. 283 
Cade, Chris. 190; Joh. 219 ; Jonath. 161, 

194, 199, 203, 219 ; Tho. 172, 203, 207, 

274 ; Will. 161, 194. See Kade 
Caghill, Caygill, Cagil, Joh. 183, 221, 

226 ; Mat. 221 ; Kic. 197 
Cairyl, Tho. 21 
Caley, Cayley, Jas. 120 ; Mat. 143 ; Eic. 

272 ; Eog. 74, 110, 120, 143. SeeKaley 
Callan, Will. 244 
Calome, Jac. 39 ; Joh. 55 ; Mat. 39, 55 ; 

Eic. 11, 16 ; Will. 16, 23 
Calton, Anth. 19, 31, 59 ; Will. 59 
Calverley, Geo. 233 ; Will. 190, 233 
Calvert, Calverd, Calvard, Edw. 40, 46, 

109, 110; Fran. 113; Gabr. 195, 240, 

247, 250 ; Galf. 40 ; Jac. 40, 41, 54, 71, 

75, 88, 130, 182, 230 ; Joh. 41, 62, 73, 

88, 131, 140, 203, 208, 247, 285 ; Jos. 

225, 250; Josh. 201, 251, 237, 285; 

Moses, 136; Eic. 45; Eob. 54, 75, 84, 

130, 145, 155 ; Tho. 114, 145, 195, 201, 

240, 273 ; Will. 7, 28, 45, 71, 108, 208, 

251, 278 
Calwell, Will. 5 
Cameron, Mary, 270 
Camidge, Camadge, Carnage, Joh. 68, 

275; Leon. 218, 275; Eic. 276; Eob. 

213, 257, 263, 275, 276; Tho. 263; 

Will. 26, 237, 257 
Camise, Gammas, Cammis, Geo. 83 ; Joh. 

91 ; Will. 71 

Camm, Eic. 184 ; Tho. 48 
Campbell, Cambell, Camell, Dan. 170, 

215, 222, 281 ; Joh. 61, 103, 134, 180, 

222 ; Mic. 103, 134, 180 ; Phil. 215 
Campey, Jos. 281 
Campion, Eob. 24 
Camplen, Jac. 130 
Campleshon, Camplechon, Campleion, 

Edw. 81, 122 ; Hen. 173, 183, 215 ; Leon. 

122 ; Eob. 30 ; Sam. 155 ; Tho. 32, 60 ; 

Will. 134, 138, 173 
Camwell, Mic. 207 ; Sam. 207 
Candall, Joh. 32 ; Eic. 32 
Cane, Eic. 165 
Cannon, Cavandige, 145 
Cant, Edw. 197; Hen. 198; Joh. 124, 

150, 198; Marm. 192; Tho. 154, 192, 

197 ; Will. 268 
Cantley, Pet. 23; Eob. 95. Perhaps 

Cautley 

Cape, Joh. 46, 110, 179 ; Tho. 179 
Caper, Ph. 169 
Capes, Edw. 196 
Caras alias Carey, Geo. 266 
Carbutt, Carbott, Joh. 11 ; Eob. 85, 142 ; 

Eog. 98, 150. See Garbutt 
Carey, Gary, Franc. 201 ; Isaac, 141 ; Joh. 

166 ; Eob. 192, 247 ; Tho. 141, 150, 187, 

192, 195, 231 ; Will. 141, 187, 231, 247 ; 

Zacheus, 111 ; Zachar. 141 
Carey alias Caras, Geo. 266 



Carlell, Carliell, Lane. 60, 94 ; Tho. 14 
Carlile, Carlyle, Car. 168 ; Car. Earl of, 

233 ; Edw. 99 ; Jac. 3 ; Joh. 162, 168 ; 

Will. 3 
Carlton, Carleton, Joh. 245; Eic. 277; 

Tho. 44, 109, 224 ; Will. 109 
Carnaby, Joh. 186 
Carnefurth, Xpof. 82 
Carpenter, Abr. 242 ; Geo. 19 ; Jac. and 

Jas. 228, 284 ; Joh. 201 ; Sam. 161, 201, 

228, 242, 284 ; Tho. 170 
Carr, Dav. 128; Ellizius, 82; Joh. 278; 

Jos. 151 ; Eic. 204, 275 ; Eob. 215, 243, 

271 ; Will. 243 
Carrack, Carracke, Carrock, Edw. 169, 

199 ; Step. 147, 183 ; Will. 44, 190 
Carter, Edw. 68, 94, 109, 185, 228 ; Geo. 

240, 250 ; Hen. 54 ; Jac. 24, 83 ; Jennet, 

8 ; Joh. 8, 9, 25, 33, 140, 176, 182, 205, 

250; Mat. 128; Mic. 204, 252; Nic. 

21 ; Eic. 191 ; Eob. 195, 238, 240, 252 ; 

Tho. 9, 76, 108, 144, 151, 154, 208, 226, 

279 ; Walt. 236 ; Will. 19, 83, 63, 80, 

127, 128, 202, 231, 250 
Cartmell, Tho. 1 
Gartner, Tho. 186, 262 
Cartwright, Cartred, Joh. 55, 273 ; Jonath. 

288 ; Jos. 281 ; Josiah, 146 ; Mat. 91 ; 

Eay. 22 ; Eeg. 54, 55 ; Eob. 102, 187 ; 

Eog. 65, 96; Sam. 137; Tho. 89, 96, 

142 ; Vine. 264 ; Will. 91 
Carus, Caras, Phil. 241; Eob. 196, 241, 

266 ; Will. 69 

Carver, Geo. 205 ; Tho. 245 
Cash, Nahum, 102, 173, 176, 226; Sam. 

104 ; Tho. 226 ; Will. 176 
Cass, Casse, Pet. 186, 224 ; Eob. 77 ; Sim. 

103 ; Will. 164 
Casson, Eob. 54 ; Eog. 108 ; Sem. 63.80 ; 

Will. 46 

Cateness, Joh. 225 
Catlin, Joh. Ill 
Cattail alias Catton, Eic. 251 
Catterall, Ewan, 26 
Catterton, Joh. 167, 233. 234, 286; Eic. 

69, 256, 286 
Cattle, Cattail, Cattell, Jas. 281 ; Joh. 114, 

158, 193, 251 ; Jos. 274 ; Will. 232, 274 
Catton, Geo. 207; Hen. 47; Joh. 207; 

Eic. 256 ; Trist. 132 ; Will. 47 
Catton alias Cattail, Eic. 251 
Causon, Cawson, Abr. 266 ; Jonath. 217, 

266 ; Eic. 269 

Cave, Sam. 280 ; Tho. 249 ; Will. 48 
Cavelier, Zach. 248 
Caverd, Jeff. 22 ; Tho. 22 
Cawood, Chris. 174 ; Tho. 3, 29, 72, 110 ; 

Will. 29, 72, 110 
Cawsey, Fran. 99 
Cawtley, Cautley, Chris. 113 ; Joh. 107 ; 

Pet. 107. See Cantley 
Cawton, Geo. 97, 163 ; Jas. 154 ; Joh. 118 ; 

Tho. 48, 126; Will. 97, 118, 163, 218 
Caygill, see Caghill 
Cecill, Joh. 244 



300 



THE FKEEMEN OF YOEK 



Ceymour, see Seamor 

Chace, Rob. 2 ; Tho. 2. See Chase 

Chadderton, Fran. 122 

Chaddock, Chadeck, Fran. 243; Tho. 

189, 243 

Chadwick, Fran. 171 
Chaloner, Challener, Den. 288 ; Will. 20 
Chamberleyn, Cuth. 18 ; Ric. 62 
Chambers, Chamber, Chambre, Fran. 

179 ; Joh. 8, 4, 16, 35, 118, 204, 244, 

280 ; Osw. 15 ; Ric. 92, 184, 215 ; Rob. 

159 ; Rog. 86, 145, 146, 179 ; Sym. 15 ; 

Tho. 163, 198, 237 ; Will. 145, 184 
Champeman, Will. 138 
Champley, Hamond, 137 ; Joh. 122, 135 ; 

Ric. 117 ; Sam. 155 
Chapman, Chris. 8, 141 ; Den. 236 ; Edw. 

40, 166; Fran. 138 ; Geo. 25, 47, 49, 59, 

78, 105, 141, 150, 161, 163, 203, 219, 228, 
245, 262, 265, 285 ; Hug. 54 ; Joh. 11, 
41, 59, 77, 78, 101, 105, 110, 118, 128, 
141, 161, 196, 244, 285; Joh. Waud, 
286; Mat. 126, 137; Maths. 78; Mic. 
115 ; Nio. 217 ; Ric. 27, 28, 73, 110, 150, 
188, 239 ; Rob. 28, 43, 137 ; Rog. 99 ; 
Tho. 115, 126, 228, 245; Will. 27, 77, 
123, 188, 189, 196, 239, 245 

Chappell, Tho. 65 

Chappeloe, Nic. 117 

Charleton, Brian, 29 

Charnocke, Charnok, Car. and Char. 158, 

194, 218, 242 

Chase, Joh. 81. See Chace 
Chayter, Chaiter, Chater, Chatter, Geo. 

76, 81, 138; Hen. 189, 235; Joh. 82. 

133, 189, 235, 288; Rad. and Ralph' 

98, 131 ; Will. 138 
Cheetham, Sam. 248 
Cheiseman, Joh. 32 
Cherry, Car. 186 ; Ric. 223 ; Tho. 65, 102, 

136 

Chessy, Rad. 185 
Chester, Edw. 66; Jos. 119, 160; Rob. 

79, 119, 127; Step. 160; Tho. 20, 127 
Chettel, Geo. 249; Tho. 268 

Chew, Chewe, Ric. 129, 180 ; Will. 1, 180 

Cheyney, Hen. 53 

Child, Childe, Chyld, Joh. 52, 82 ; Tho. 
7, 17, 52, 82 

Chilow, Will. 205 

Chippin, Will. 184 

Chippindale, Chippingdale, Chippendale, 
Joh. 228, 242 ; Rob. 213 ; Will. 227 

Christism, Will. 245 

Chubb, Mary, 163 

Clapham, Clapume, Josias, 83, 90 ; Mitr 4 

Clapott, Den. 177 

Clark, Clarke, Clerke, Clercke, Abr. 246 ; 
Andr. 112, 147, 166; Anth. 22; Char. 
49, 251 ; Chris, and Xpof. 27, 63, 111 
150, 198; Edm. 247, 251; Edw. 193, 
228 ; Fran. 103, 167, 200 ; Geo. 57, 87 
108, 150, 221, 247 ; Herb. 54 ; Isaac 
254 ; Jac. and Jas. 78, 99, 181, 264 
Joh. 14, 20, 26, 47, 51, 59, 70, 78, 88, 



151, 157, 166, 171, 173, 197, 200, 212, 
213, 246, 252, 254, 281 ; Marm. 189 ; 
Mat. 63 ; Mic. 2 ; Nic. 54, 88 ; Owram, 
236; Pet. 50; Rad. 44; Ric. 32, 47,86, 
92, 213 ; Rob. 2, 14, 36, 59, 92, 150, 162, 
197, 205 ; Sam. 126, 180, 192, 197, 221, 
225, 242, 243, 245, 283; Step. 263; Tho. 
37, 54; 66, 86, 111, 147, 171, 200, 229, 

244, 269, 272; Will. 41, 51,76, 115, 125, 
154, 161, 171, 189, 192, 193, 213, 228, 

245, 281, 283 

Clarkson, Clerkson, Fran. 122 ; Joh. 182 

174, 213 ; Mic. 79 ; Will. 6 
Claxton, Haymond, 25 
Clay, Cley, Geo. 153 ; Jac. 67, 99, 129 ; 

Joh. 129 ; Jos. 94 ; Mat. 147 ; Rob. 64 ; 

Step. 82; Tho. 99, 147; Will. 85, 64, 

67 
Clayton, Claton, Joh. 161 ; Rob. 40, 95 : 

Will. 40 
Clean, Joh. 234, 256; Jos. 248; Tho. 

248 

Cleburne, Joh. 5 
Clerk, see Clark 
Clerkson, see Clarkson 
Clewley, Rad. 134 

Cliff, Joh. 82, 118 ; Ric. 118; Tho. 120 
Clifton, Jas. 252 ; Tho. 213, 231, 252 
Clint, Clynt, Edw. 33 ; Geff. 17 ; Joh. 17 ; 

Rob. 17 ; Will. 21 
Close, Closse, Joh. 161; Miles, 264; 

Will. 66 

Clouds, Will. 189 
Clough, Chris. 200 ; Joh. 125, 236 ; Mary, 

246 ; Ric. 246 ; Rob. 139, 177, 232, 283 ; 

Sim. 275 ; Step. 80, 139 
Clousley, Bart. 217 
Clynn, Ric. 196 
Clythero, Clytherow, Clydero, Anth. 38 ; 

Edw. 12 ; Joh. 2, 14, 39, 55 ; Ric. 2, 12 ; 

Tho. 39 

Coaen, Mat. 271 
Coates, Coats, Cotes, Chris, and Xpof. 

87, 94, 109; Edw. 238; Geo. 22, 94, 

203, 229, 236, 276; Hen. 88; Jac. and 

Jas. 33, 109, 135, 142, 276, 280; Joh. 

64, 78, 81, 131, 175, 189, 238; Jos. 183, 

203; Mat. 85, 110, 135; Mic. 89, 48; 

Mig. 20 ; Ric. 19, 230 ; Rob. 25, 56, 88 ; 

Tho. 48, 77, 129, 137, 165, 183, 196, 236, 

280 ; Will. 42, 93, 105, 129, 142, 215, 

216, 227, 262, 272 
Cobb, Jerem. 145, 202; Joh. 145, 169, 

180, 203, 219, 231, 274 ; Tho. 41, 202, 

262 ; Will. 56, 71, 98, 123, 274 ; Zach. 

180, 237. See Coble 
Coble, Joh. 273 (For Coble read Cobb) 
Cock, Cocke, Cokk, Dav. 281; Edw. 83, 

114, 124 ; Joh. 2, 56, 114, 144, 257 ; 

Ric. 2; Tho. 63 ; Will. 56, 94, 257 
Cocken, Cocking, Mat, 217; Ric. 256; 

Will. 158 

Cockenskell, Rob. 144 
Cockes, Joh. 146 
Cockran, Will. 277 



INDEX 



301 



Cockshot, Chris. 217 

Coday, Jacob, 186 

Coe, Tho. 35 

Coffyn, Joh. 44 

Cokson, Joh. 8. See Coxon 

Colbeck, Colbecke, Coolbeke, Joh. 91, 

266 ; Rad. 104 ; Sam. 209, 258 
Colburne, Geo. 186 ; Lawr. 161 ; Mic. 161, 

186, 202 ; Tho. 202. See Cowburne 
Coldwell, Gilb. 26, 81 
Cole, Geo. 38 ; Joh. 138, 238 ; Eic. 170 ; 

Bob. 190, 238, 259, 265 ; Tho. 38, 265 ; 

Will. 259 

Coleson, Char. 37 ; Jac. 87 
Coley, Colly, Joh. 14 ; Tho. 57 ; Will. 11 
Colgram, Joh. 4 
Collett, Rob. 278 ; Tho. 169 
Collier, Collyer, Colyer, Ambr. 274; 

Bart. 95, 151 ; Geo. 34, 214, 263 ; Jac. 

56; Jeff. 66; Joh. 54, 139, 151, 184, 

226, 251, 274, 275 ; Jos. 234 ; Nat. 226 ; 

Rad. 48; Rob. 13 ; Tho. 186, 284, 251 ; 

Will. 183, 204, 214, 263 
Colling, Joh. 218, 267 ; Ralph, 264 ; Tho. 

256 ; Will. 267 
Collins, Jas. 162 
Collinson, Collison, Collynson, Hen. 100, 

125, 145; Lawr. 22, 37; Harm. 218, 

263; Pet. 22, 110; Sam. 145, 155; 

Sym. 127 
Colson, Coulson, Cowlson, Geo. 17; Hen. 

141; Marc, and Mark, 138, 195; Nic. 

99, 113, 141, 195; Ric. 4; Tho. 122; 

Will. 94 

Colston, Josh. 146 
Colthirst, Joh. 68; Tho. 16, 21 
Coltman, Coultman, Joh. 145; Ric. 12, 

47, 74, 103, 109 ; Tho. 20, 47, 64 
Colton, Coulton, Chris. 160; Edw. 44, 

136; Elnathan, 244; Fran. 112, 127, 

137, 156, 183, 184, 185, 206, 278 ; Geo. 

141, 183; Jas. 34; Joh. 47, 90, 136, 

139, 141, 159, 185, 251, 278 ; Marm. 90, 

127, 152, 156; Rob. 114, 144, 160, 171 ; 

Sam. 159, 172 ; Sim. 75 ; Will. 11, 44, 

47, 187, 152, 251. See Cowton 
Combes, Hen. 100 
Comyn, Comynge, Edw. 17, 80 
Concett, Consett, Consait, Consit, Chris. 

and Xpof . 12, 19, 42, 57 ; Geo. 87 ; 

Rob. 278 
Conisby, Conningsby, Conysbie, Gabr. 

93 ; Hug. 47, 98 ; Sam. 161 ; Will. 46 
Conn, Geo. 150, 186, 198, 228, 242 ; Mark, 

242 ; Pet. 228 ; Will. 198 
Connell, Joh. 204 
Connyngham, Coningham, Conyngham, 

Arth. 228; Mat. 228 ; Rob. 10; Will. 

10. See Cuningham 
Constable, Joh. 106, 117, 152, 175 ; Marm. 

127 ; Phil. 102 
Conyers, Coniers, Chris. 119, 162 ; Fran. 

57, 162 ; Hen. 288 ; Jac. and Jas. 210, 

223, 279 ; Joh. 33 ; Kath. ,162 
Conyston, Tho. 6 



Cook, Cooke, Cowke, Cokk, Ambr. 9, 55; 
Andr. 8 ; Anth. 74, 112 ; Car. 199 ; 
Chris, and Xpof. 44, 104, 118, 166, 
198, 210, 229, 231, 244; Edw. 154; 
Fran. 12, 21, 77, 107, 111, 125, 179, 196, 
260 ; Geo. 94, 131, 189, 235, 244, 254 ; 
Hen. 48, 86 ; Herb. 91 ; Hug. 68, 114 ; 
Isaac, 227; Jac. and Jas. 2, 85, 112, 
125, 158, 179; Joh. 53, 84, 93, 107, 114, 

119, 125, 142, 168, 179, 196, 199, 200, 
209, 210, 214, 230, 235; Lewis, 64; 
Mart. 3, 111, 166; Mat. 53; Mic. 102, 
142; Nic. 124; Rad. 86; Ric. 11, 55, 
131, 168, 210, 214 ; Rob. 5, 27, 44, 53, 
106, 124, 153, 211, 239, 254, 278 ; Tho. 
31, 48, 49, 68, 74, 77, 84, 85, 86, 93, 111, 
124, 128, 149, 152; Walsingham, 129, 
155 ; Will. 11, 26, 81, 75, 86, 91, 112, 
117, 166, 189, 191, 209, 233, 260 

Cooper, Cowper, Anth. 280; Bart. 37, 68 ; 
Chris, and Xpof. 18, 27, 54, 78, 75, 77, 

120, 151 ; Dan. 205 ; Edm. 52, 80, 97, 
98; Edw. 96; Fran. 131; Geo. 104, 
245; Hen. 27, 58, 78, 127; Jac. and 
Jas. 5, 47, 69, 107 ; Jacob, 272 ; Joh. 
15, 38, 89, 100, 118, 146, 182, 195, 217, 
259, 261, 272, 279; Laur. 54; Marc. 
49; Marm. 204; Mic. 254; Pet. 114, 
146 ; Rad. and Ralph. 45, 73, 94, 113 ; 
Ric. 27, 68, 103, 104, 105, 127, 135; 
Rob. 12, 24, 39, 41, 47, 58, 75, 140, 170, 
217; Tho. 64, 77, 114, 150, 196, 254; 
Will. 8, 5, 35, 78, 196, 217, 234, 254, 256 

Copeland, Copland, Cowpland, Char. 

284 ; Edm. 63 ; Geo. 9 ; Hen. 188, 172 ; 

Lane. 9, 42, 51 ; Rob. 42, 63, 78, 81, 

157 ; Step. 63 ; Tho. 51 ; Will; 9, 73, 

81, 152, 261 
Copell, Car. 213 
Copley, Joh. 134, 177 ; Tho. 19, 177, 210, 

288 ; Will. 210, 287, 288 
Copperthwaite, Arth. 147 
Corbett, Will. 140 
Cordley, Jas. 146 ; Tho. 268 
Cordukes, Cordeux, Curdeux, Curdix, 

Fran. 232 ; Ric. 135, 160, 172, 232, 257 

Will. 117, 160 
Core, Geo. 177 
Corker, Jas. 67, 68 
Corkroger, Dan. 161 
Corles, Rob. 40 
Corner, Joh. 280 
Corney, Corny, Andr. 80, 88, 144 ; Corn. 

264; Harb. 245; Ric. 224, 280, 286, 

249 ; Rob. 55 ; Tho. 106, 144 ; Will. 68 
Cornish, Fran. 189 ; Joh. 190 
Cornwall, Cornwell, Ric. 211 ; Tho. 112 

136 ; Will. 151, 180, 198, 211, 224 
Cosens, Nic. 92 
Costletyne, Cosletine, Costiltyne, Geo. 

27, 79 ; Joh. 123, 169, 239 ; Phil. 79, 

128, 169, 239 ; Ric. 87 
Gotham, Cotam, Cottame, Brian, 11, 89, 

51; Chris. 170; Fran. 51; Joh. 93; 

Pet. 39 



302 



THE FREEMEN OF YORK 



Cotterell, Cotterill, Rob. 24, 33 

Cotton, Fran. 92,136 ; Hog. 57 ; Will. 248 

Coultart, Joh. 154; Tho. 200,276; Will. 

154, 200, 252, 276 

Coultus, Coultas, Coitus, Cowtus, Cow- 
thus Atkins, 242 ; Job. 120, 138, 171, 
192/194, 242; Nat. 194; Rob. 192; 

Courts. Court, Will. 197, 200 ; Xpof. 50 
Coverdale, Will. 281 

Coward, Joh. 142 ; Johan. 102 ; Mat. 142 
Cowburne, Luke, 265; Mic. 208, 265. 

See Colbume 
Cowell, Joh. 136, 138 
Cowlam, Joh. 165 ; Will. 165 
Cowley, Fran. 208; Geo. 270 ; Will. 208 
Cowling, Cooling, Bart. 86; Fran. 149; 
Geo. 79, 126, 183, 184 ; Joh. 36, 39, 49, 
105, 126, 159, 168, 207; Margt. 149; 
Mat. 75 ; Rad. 17 ; Ric. 230, 261 ; Rob. 
85; Tho. 30, 183, 230; Walt. 36; 
Will. 37, 49, 79, 86, 115, 168, 184; 
Xpof. 39, 75 
Cowrcher, Xpof. 34 
Cowston, Will. 67 

Cowton, Edm. 74; Fran. 84, 135; Jac. 
41, 60; Joh. 79, 84, 216; Mat. 28; 
Sim. 60 ; Will. 79. See Colton 
Cox, Marra. 133 

Coxon, Edw. 196, 264; Mat. 157, 196, 
264 ; Tho. 154 ; Will. 82. See Cokson 
Cracroft, Char. 266 ; Joh. 229, 268 
Craggs, Tho. 231 
Crakes, Joh. 76 

Craven, Geo. 138, 199; Joh. 80, 58, 84, 
95, 96, 105, 213, 216, 277; Jos. 169; 
Leon. 12 ; Pet. 87, 105, 153 ; Rob. 277 ; 
Rowl. 131; Sim. 96, 131; Will. 84, 
158 

Craw, Joh. 96 
Crawfurth, Tho. 20 
Craythorne, Joh. 122 
Creighton, Arch. 230, 276 ; Joh. 276 
Cressom, Geo. 123 

Creswick, Creswike, Creswyk, Edw. 71 ; 
Joh. 2, 86, 78, 88, 126, 149 ; Osw. 36, 88; 
Tho. 126 

Creyke, Crayke, Crake, Geo. 233 ; Joh. 

128 ; Rad. 128 ; Ric. 130, 137 ; Rob. 

148, 210; Will. 38, 93, 102, 128, 148, 

210 

Criplinge, Creplinge, Cryplyng, Joh. 3, 

88, 51 ; Nic. 38 ; Rob. 20, 51 
Cristalson, Jac. 27 

Croft, Croftes, Crofts, Char. 65; Chris, 
and Xpof. 50, 65, 69, 78, 94, 127, 159, 
260 ; Edw. 81, 35, 38, 91, 94, 96, 103, 141, 
213, 224, 227; Greg. 82; Jas. 274; 
Joh. 28, 87, 103, 113, 146, 178 ; Marm. 
71, 75, 127; Mart. 91, 125, 138, 141, 
146, 180, 224, 274, 287 ; Rad. 56, 99, 
141; Rob. 96, 151; Tho. 125, 128; 
Val. 180 ; Will. 227 

Crokdikes, Crokdyke, Joh. 59; Tho. 22 
59 



Croke, Joh. 95 
Crokey, Xpof. 37 
Crompton, Will. 182 
Crooke, Jerram, 33 ; Rob. 145 
Crosby, Crosbie, Croseby, Car. 168, 204 ; 
Chris, and Xpof. 72, 113, 138; Edw. 

28, 91, 143, 168; Geo. 110, 152; Hen. 
62, 101, 152; Jac. 24, 60; Joh. 150, 
209, 221; Leon. 148; Marm. 71, 91, 
110; Nat. 81, 128, 148; Paul, 101; 
Ric. 226, 269 ; Rob. 60, 172, 221, 224, 
285 ; Tho. 4, 49, 128, 157, 205, 209, 212 ; 
Will. 143, 269, 285 

Crosedale, Crosedill, Joh. 166 ; Ric. 162 

Crosley, Tho. 78 ; Will. 37, 78 

Cross, Crosse, Jac. 19 ; Joh. 75 ; Mic. 

193 ; Phil. 182 ; Rob. 231 
Crossthwate, Crosethwat, Ed. 18 ; Jac. 

29, 85, 53 ; Joh. 26 ; Mat. 6, 53 ; Ric. 
18, 56, 91 ; Rob. 35 ; Will. 56; Xpof. 19 

Crow, Ric. 80; Rob. 261; Step. 261; 

Tho. 152, 261 
Crowther, Crowder, Crouder, Abr. 158, 

167, 192 ; Geo. 86, 110, 150 ; Hen. 48, 

78, 86, 150 ; Joh. 279 ; Jos. 248 ; Mat. 

249; Rob. 117, 204 ; Tho. 78, 192 
Croyser, Rob. 149 

Cruttenden, Sidney, 215 ; Tho. 154, 215 
Cudworth, Geo. 56 
Cumberland, Will., Duke of, 265 
Cundale, Cundall, Condall, Coundall, 

Edw. 149; Fran. 85, 119, 130, 175; 

Hen. 184 ; Joh. 2, 24, 37, 47, 51, 84, 96, 

119, 121, 127, 141, 143, 149, 238, 288 ; 

Mat. 24 ; Mic. 265 ; Ric. 71, 96, 119 ; 

Rob. 47, 130, 174, 175, 202, 238, 241, 

251, 279 ; Tho. 37, 121, 141, 162, 184, 

202, 288 ; Will. 100, 251 
Cuningham, Cunningham, Jac. and Jas. 

211, 281 ; Joh. 63 ; Mat. 167, 211, 216; 

Will. 216. See Gonnyngham 
Curror, Hug. 70 ; Mic. 85 ; Pet. 20 
Curtis, Hen. 110; Josh. 204 
Curvay, Pall. 8 
Cusson, Cussans, Fran. 176 ; Joh. 133 ; 

Ric. 106, 248 ; Tho. 132 
Custis, Edm. 106 
Cuthbart, Rob. 9 



Daggett, Daggitt, Geo. 152; Joh. 65; 
Mic. 36, 229 

Dale, Daile, Dayles, Anth. 236 ; Eman. 
281; Fran. 38; Hen. 68; Jac. and 
Jas. 198, 251, 259 ; Jaine, 38 ; Joh. 64, 
95, 135, 142, 185, 187, 231, 249, 251 ; 
Maths. 283 ; Pet. 29 ; Rad. 17 ; Ric. 25, 
38, 58, 64 ; Rob. 44 ; Tho. 17, 127, 135, 
185, 198, 222, 231, 259, 283, 284 ; Will. 
58, 76, 284 ; Xpof. 19 

Dallamore, Dallamour, Joh. 236; Tho. 
234 

Dalton, Geo. 98, 163, 218, 247 ; Joh. 22, 
183, 218, 226, 247, 251, 260, 278 ; Mark, 
269 ; Mary, 264 ; Mat. 120, 163 ; Ralph, 



INDEX 



303 



261; Ric. 209, 226, 243, 275; Rob. 
260; Step. 198, 268; Tho. 185, 282, 
243 ; 268, 269, 278 ; Will. 184, 195, 205, 
247, 251, 261, 262, 264, 275 

Dan, Dann, Job. 118 ; Rob. 169 

Danby, Adeodatus, 249 ; Job. 15 ; Mann. 
159 ; Ralpb, 79 ; Tim. 129 ; Tho. 81 ; 
Tho., Earl of, 165 ; Will. 249 ; Xpof . 42 

Danger, Pet. 16 

Daniel, Daniell, Danyell, Anth. 18; 
Barn. 45 ; Brian, 86 ; Edw. 87 ; Josh. 
275; Mat. 275; Phil. 230; Rob. 216; 
Sam. 109, 133 ; Will. 231 

Danser, Edw. 69 ; Will. 74 

Darbishire, Darbyshire, Chr. 208, 250, 
264; Geo. 186, 250; Mat. 148, 177, 
186, 208 

Darby, Edw. 281 ; Mat. 281 

Darcy, Darcye, Arth. 106, 170; Hen. 
104 ; Job. 260 ; Lewis and Ludov. 170, 
216, 260; Ric. 128 

Darge, Edw. 30 ; Perciv. 21 

Darke, Jac. 55, 105 ; Job. 47, 105, 162 ; 
Laur. 17 ; Perciv. 47, 55 ; Rob. 105, 
162 

Darley, Job. 151 ; Rob. 189 

Darnley, Fran. 80 

Darnton, Darneton, Dixon, 38 ; Hen. 80 ; 
Sam. 167 

Darragon, Bart. 8; Brian, 8; Edw. 11; 
Rob. 13; Step. 11, 13 

Darrell, Darrill, Job. 21 ; Raiph, 95 ; 
Tho. 21, 26, 61 ; Will. 26 

Darwentwatter, Rob. 11 

David, Rob. 83 

Davidson, Davison, Davyson, Edw. 106 ; 
Geo. 264 ; Jac. 58, 101 ; Job. 193 ; Nic. 
7 ; Tho. 42 ; Will. 101 

Davis, Davie, Davy, Ben. 116; Fran. 
152 ; Geo. 40, 85 ; Harb. 87, 55 ; Jac. 
52; Job. 74, 96, 116, 118, 262; Pet. 
Ill, 118 ; Rad. 195 ; Ric. 69, 85, 118, 
126, 217, 243, 272, 288 ; Rob. 66, 101, 
119, 130, 172, 218 ; Sam. 118 ; Tho. 24, 
62, 74, 79 ; Will. 79, 85, 124, 126, 195 

Dawkin, Dalkinge, Daukin, Tho. 128; 
Will. 72, 111, 128 

Dawlin, Jas. 138 

Dawson, Andr. 231; Anth. 7, 10, 91; 
Ben. 285; Brian, 84, 98, 121; Char. 
2, 38 ; Edw. 8, 46, 133, 149, 152, 177, 
180, 244; Fran. 110; Geo. 136, 182, 
226, 231, 264, 270, 288; Hen. 55, 91, 
135, 142 ; Jas. 102, 107 ; Job. 1, 23, 38, 
46, 66, 74, 114, 126, 135, 149, 165, 177, 
186, 199, 228, 246, 250, 285; Marc. 
165 ; Mart. 11 ; Mat. 72, 114, 210, 246; 
Miles, 2 ; Obed. 171 ; Pet. 36, 155, 157, 
214 ; Ralph, 249 ; Reuben, 106 ; Ric. 
7, 88, 74, 119, 126, 203, 238, 246, 247, 
270 ; Rob. 23, 29, 86, 61, 91, 98, 138, 
199, 246 ; Rog. 142 ; Sam. 121, 184, 
167, 169, 212, 213, 260 ; Tho. 2, 10, 55, 
66, 68, 88, 94, 104, 119, 139, 169, 183, 
185, 212, 214, 246, 260 ; Trist. 104, 157, 



165 ; 183, 203, 206, 226 ; Will. 11, 28, 
186, 206, 226, 228, 288, 250, 260, 272, 
283 ; Xpof. 49 

Dawtrie, Dawtre, Chris. 117 ; Tho. 16 

Day, Daie, Anth. 94 ; Ben. 242 ; Chris. 
218 ; Dan. 180 ; Fran. 222 ; Geo. 259 ; 
Giles, 17 ; Hen. 66, 90, 107, 141, 153, 
154, 231 ; Israel, 135, 180 ; Jac. and 
Jas. 60, 87, 135, 163, 166, 170, 201, 220, 
254, 259; Jerem. 181, 241, 254; Job. 
100, 108, 138, 155, 162, 167, 222, 238, 
242, 277 ; Jonath. 166 ; Leon. 141, 181, 
193, 241 ; Lucas, 81 ; Marm. 80 ; Nat. 
127, 200, 201, 224, 226 ; Rad. 168 ; Ric. 
76, 100, 183, 185 ; Rob. 140 ; Sallomon, 
65 ; Sam. 106, 144, 168, 238 ; Tho. 112, 
148, 149, 155, 185, 200, 254 ; Vine. 106 ; 
Will. 153, 168, 189, 213, 214, 222, 
231 

Dealtry, Daltry, Geo. 189, 152; Will. 
226, 271, 279 

Deane, Edw. 103 ; Geo. 60, 68 ; Jac. and 
Jas. 66, 77, 103 ; Job. 183 ; Miles, 96, 
158 ; Rog. 81 ; Will, 42 

Deanome, Rob. 1 

Deighton, Dighton, Brian, 19 ; Geo. 227 ; 
Hen. 76 ; Isaac, 96 ; Jas. 103 ; Job. 96, 
162; Jos. 171, 190, 262, 271, 279; 
Judith, 223 ; Ric. 86, 69, 147 ; Rob. 36, 
120, 149, 162, 171, 223, 262, 276 ; Tho. 
266 ; Will. 53, 60, 96 

Delone, Luke, 131 

Denkin, Cuth. Ill ; Lane. 157 ; Nic. 
204 ; Tho. 100 

Dennis, Denis, Dineis, Dinis, Dinish, 
Dynis, Dynnis, Anth. 40 ; Chris, and 
Xpof. 82, 106 ; Job. 100, 105, 112, 164 ; 
Luke, 162 ; Mic. 105 ; Ric. 103, 115, 
152, 157, 164, 187; Rob. 129, 140; 
Tho. 70, 103 ; Will. 65, 115, 129, 162 

Dennison, Dennyson, Dynnison, Jac. 
128 ; Pet. 131 ; Tho. 182, 171 

Dent, Allan, 24 ; Brian, 66 ; Chris, and 
Xpof. 2, 21, 27, 34, 40, 55 ; Edw. 33 ; 
Ell. 42 ; Geo. 30, 51, 104, 138, 187, 207, 
235 ; Jac. 24 ; Jeff. 45, 75 ; Job. 50, 52, 
54 ; Mat. 20, 67 ; Mic. 11 ; Osw. 7, 80 ; 
Pet. 86, 55 ; Ric. 27, 51, 268 ; Richard- 
son, 187, 207, 285 ; Rob. 36, 230 ; Rog. 
50 ; Tho. 34, 86 ; Will. 75 

Denton, Amos, 223; Bryan, 95; Fran. 
118 ; Hearsius, 68 ; Job. 45, 113, 155, 
194; Jos. 149; Ric. 194, 197 

Dereman, Edw. 15 

Derham, Hen. 80 ; Tho. 30 

Derome, Hen. 13 

Detron, Xpof. 40 

Devall, Fran. 18 

Devis, Nic. 62 

Dewer, Xpof. 104 

Dewes, Rob. 191 

Dewsbury, Duesberry, Geo. 4 ; Mat. 121, 

Dewtrice, Dewtres, Dewtris, Chris. 138, 
157, 168 ; Mic. 168, 176 

Dibble, Dan. 244 



304 



THE FKEEMEN OF YOKK 



Dibney, Will. 165, 175 

Dickenson, Dickinson. Dickonson, Dican- 
son, Dycconsen, Dycconson, Anth. 57 ; 
Barn. 189, 241, 243, 254; Chris, and 
Xpof. 44, 49, 57, 66, 70, 78, 86, 92, 107, 
121, 227; Edw. 96, 132, 146; Geo. 17, 

60, 96, 132 ; Hen. 107 ; Jac. and Jas. 
65, 129, 136, 227 ; Joh. 9, 15, 17, 29, 32, 
49 57, 60, 76, 87, 95, 158, 194, 247, 266 ; 
Jonath. 254 ; Leudov. 146 ; Nic. 15, 17, 
50 ; Bic. 18, 29, 171, 241 ; Bob. 92, 129, 
200; Tho. 24, 83, 86, 87, 103, 118, 121, 
147, 185, 194 ; Will. 58, 243 

Dickson, Dixon, Dixson, Dyckson, 
Dykson, Abr. 96; Alex. 57; Anth. 65, 
96 ; Chris, and Xpof. 3, 18, 36 ; Dav. 
83, 119, 135; Edw. 169; Fran. 64; 
Gabr. 61, 101 ; Geo. 55, 90, 280 ; Hen. 
2, 20, 86 ; Jac. and Jas. 25, 68, 74, 99, 
101, 131, 180, 190 ; Joh. 3, 36, 57, 60, 

61, 74, 84, 121, 165, 184, 190, 236 ; Jos. 
187; Josh. 147; Nic. 96; Bic. 2, 18, 
147, 224 ; Bob. 17, 25, 36, 40, 59, 62, 68, 
99 102,248; Sam. 119 ; Tho. 80; Wilf. 
69 ; Will. 37, 59, 104 

Dikes, Dykes, Joh. 23, 76 ; Bad. 76 

Dinin, Tho. 236 

Dinmore, Dinnmoor, Geo. 159, 206, 245 ; 

Bic. 206, 245, 266 
Dinnichofi, Barn. 28 
Dinsdale, Dynsdale, Dynsdell, Amours, 

236 ; Edw. 11 ; Joh. 16, 21 ; Bob. 248 ; 

Tho. 198, 237 ; Will. 197, 288 
Disney, Disnah, Jac. and Jas. 198, 242 ; 

Nat. 127, 198 
Dobbinson, Dobbison, Dobison, Chris. 

124, 160; Jesp. 52; Nic. 69, 89; Bic. 

78, 119, 124, 201; Will. 89, 119, 160, 

172, 201 

Dobby, Chris. 191 
Dobson, Dobsonne, Charity, 143, 185, 

240; Cris. and Xpof. 25, 63, 117; 

Fran. 85, 143 ; Jac. and Jas. 63, 124 ; 

Joh. 56, 174; Mary, 173; Mat. 61; 

Nic. 87; Osw. 174; Pet. 6; Bic. 46, 

112, 281 ; Sam. 124 ; Tho. 10, 13, 48, 

56, 90, 121, 140, 240, 283 ; Will. 185, 

194, 229 
Doccan, Dockan, Dokham, Aug. 6, 38 ; 

Will. 88 

Dockley, Mic. 155 
Dodd, Dod, Geo. 262; Tho. 266; Will. 

147 
Dodgson, Dodgeson, Dodgshon, Dodson, 

Dogeson, Abr. 228 ; Arch. 140, 171 ; 

Aucustalus, 213; Geo. 164, 207, 216, 

228, 285; Joh. 101, 218, 216, 250; 

Marc, and Mark, 179, 239, 247, 250; 

Osw. 139, 203; Bob. 247; Sam. 239; 

Tho. 127, 228, 274 ; Will. 97, 101, 127, 

164, 171, 179, 208, 207 
Dodsworth, Dodesworth, Anth. 53 ; Ed. 

84; Edra. 41; Egid. 64, 116; Fran. 

42 ; Geo. 135, 173 ; Israel, 58, 76 ; Jac. 

and Jas. 183, 197, 234, 235, 246, 262 ; 



Joh. 25, 50, 124, 173, 179, 183, 220; 

Bic. 20; Bob. 70, 87, 116; Step. 61; 

Will. 235 

Dolman, Joh. 263 ; Pet. 147 
Dolphin, Edw. 172, 201 ; Geo. 201 ; Mat. 

133, 172 
Doncaster, Edw. 109; Joh. 179; Tho. 

146 
Donckin, Donkyn, Andr. 143 ; Joh. 143, 

148; Leon. 63, 101, 113, 144, 184; 

Bob. 106, 148 ; Tho. 113, 144, 184 ; 

Will. 28, 63, 124 
Donne, Done, Joh. 19 ; Tho. 47 
Donnington, Tho. 2 
Dorman, Leon. 196 
Dossett, Bad. 48, 54 
Dossey, Dossye, Hen. 65 ; Bad. 86 ; Bic. 

84 ; Will. 86 

Dotson, Bob. 282 ; Will. 281 
Doughty, Jos. 227 ; Loval, 262 ; Bic. 128 ; 

Tho. 167 ; Will. 205 
Douglas, Douglass, Duglas, Dugles, Hen. 

160, 206, 208 ; Joh. 170, 206, 268; Bic. 

118, 208, 263; Tho. 106, 117, 160, 

168 

Dounynge, see Duning 
Dove, Doue, Edm. 129; Edw. 79, 187, 

239, 261 ; Hen. 73, 168, 219 ; Jas. 289 ; 

Joh. 109, 142, 168, 198, 219; Mark, 

140 ; Bic. 279 ; Bob. 142 ; Silv. 128, 

167 ; Step. 261 ; Tho. 129, 187, 198 
Dover, Dovers, Arth. 210 ; Geo. 284, 283 ; 

Joh. 24 ; Bic. 3 

Dowburn, Bic. 30 ; Xpof. 4, 30 
Downes, Bob. 129, 155 
Downing, Gabr. 215 ; Jas. 249. See 

Duning 
Dowthwaite, Douthwaite, Hen. 279; 

Jerem. 287; Joh. 193, 247, 255, 287; 

Tho. 214, 247 ; Will. 217, 249, 255 
Dowzand, Tho. 75 
Drake, Edw. 269 ; Gilb. 158 ; Jonas, 229 ; 

Josh. 146, 170, 195, 222 ; Bob. 185, 229, 

238, 271 ; Sam. 222 ; Tho. 280 
Draver, Geo. 5 
Dresser, Edw. 95 
Drew, Drewe, Bic. 275; Bob. 99; Will. 

268 
Drewry, Drurie, Ellis, 178 ; Bob. 4, 5 ; 

Tho. 101, 103 
Driden, see Dryden 
Driffield, Driffeild, Drifill, Chris. 256; 

Hen. 223, 249, 278; Joh. 78; Lane. 

217; Bic. 282; Bob. 256; Sam. 108; 

Tho. 80, 84, 96, 146, 148 
Dringe, Tho. 87 

Drinkell, Drynkell, Tho. 44, 55 ; Will. 1 
Drinkraw, Drinckrawe, Godf. 125, 221; 

Tho. 91, 125, 134, 221 
Drusser, Geo. 98 ; Joh. 98 
Dry, Joh. 119 ; Bob. 62 ; Tho. 26, 62 
Drydell, Drydyll, Joh. 129, 179, 202; 

Tho. 179 

Dryden, Driden, Jonath. 159, 240 
! Dubbs, Will. 138 



INDEX 



305 



Ducke, Duke, Mic. 285; Tho. 155, 195, 

267 ; Thornton and Thorton, 195, 267, 

285 
Ducket, Duckett, Fran. 107 ; Joh. 217 ; 

Ric. 189 
Duckworth, Fran. 121, 156; Hen. 156; 

Ric. 223 

Duddin, Ric. 148 
Duffield, Joh. 249 ; Rob. 158 
Duke, see Ducke 
Dunblaine, Peregr. Osburne, Viscount, 

165 

Dunce, Joh. 183 ; Will. 183 
Dunch, Jac. and Jas. 156, 202 ; Joh. 132, 

137; Pet. 202; Rob. 108, 156; Will. 

137 
Duning, Doninge, Donyng, Donnynge, 

Dounynge, Dunning, Anth. 240; Arth. 

52, 134; Char. 237; Edw. 79; Fran. 

95; G-eo. 18, 44, 52, 58, 64; Greg. 8; 

Joh. 157,230, 240, 248; Mic. 72; Ric. 

186, 233 ; Tho. 44, 64, 95 ; Wanton and 

Wauton, 134, 147, 179 n,, 186. See 

Downing and Dunnell 
Dunlin, Ric. 249 
Dunn, Char. 243; Eliz. 269; Rob. 207; 

Tho. 145, 174, 198, 207, 243 ; Will. 164, 

198, 230, 256, 264, 269 
Dunnell, Joh. 179; Wauton, 179. See 

Duning 

Dunwell, Hen. 87 ; Nic. 109 
Durham, Fran. 217 
Dutton, Anth. 67, 97, 123 ; Hen. 114, 146 ; 

Jac. 123 ; Paul, 91 ; Ric. 114, 146 ; Rob. 

97 ; Tho. 27, 67, 88, 91 ; Wilf. 22 ; Will. 

270 

Dyke, Rad. 20 

Dyneley, Joh. 17 ; Will. 128, 139 
Dyson, Abr. 54; Joh. 200 



Ealand, Eland, Anth. 171; Joh. 190, 

273 ; Ric. 164 ; Tho. 248 
Earby, Chris. 165, 202 ; Eliza, 225 ; Nat. 

151, 202, 203, 224, 225, 226. SeeEreby 
Earl, Earles, Edw. 35; Geo. 205, 252, 

274; Hen. 75; Joh. 181, 203, 222,252; 

Tho. 274 ; Will. 222 
Earnest, Char. 279 ; Joh. 2S1 
Earnshaw, Josh. 146, 147, 170 
Easingwould, Will. 77, 204 
East, Ric. 45 
Eastburn, Eastburne, Hen. 222, 236; 

Mic. 261, 264 ; Will. 126 
Ebitt, Joh. 147 
Eccles, Ric. 140, 196; Rob. 266; Tho. 

249 
Edge, Abr. 54, 85, 108 ; Jacob. 141 ; Jas. 

108 ; Tho. 141 ; Xpof. 85 
Edling, Tho. 124 
Edmonds, Hen. 281 
Edome, Geo. 45 
Edon, Eden, Abr. 88 ; Joh. 54, 83, 88; 

Lane. 69 ; Tho. 83 

VOL. II. 



Edson, Eadson, Abr. 205 ; Tho. 270 
Edward, Edwards, Edm. 151 J Elias, 73, 

87; Jac. 150; Joh. 108, 115, 133; Jos. 

244, 274 ; Lawr. 26, 31, 72, 73 ; Paul, 

72 ; Tho. 181, 226, 244, 282 ; Will. 151, 

226, 282 

Eggelston, Eglestone, Ric. 256 ; Rob. 19 
Egglefeild, Tho. 101 
Egleleild, Fran. 67 
Eglesfeild, Tho. 22 
Eisby, Laur. 14 ; Ric. 14 
EJam, Rob. 264; Will. 280 
Eland, see Ealand 
Elcocke, Fran. 102, 113, 148 
Elden, Eldinge, Bart. 4; Edw. 40, 82; 

Joh. 49 ; Ric. 49 
Eldmar, Hen. 8 
Eldrington, Hen. 29 
Ellbeck, Phil. 76 
Ellen, Rob. 271 

Ellerbeck, Joh. 20 ; Paul, 55 ; Ric. 20 
Ellerker, Ellarker, Joh. 165 ; Ric. 26, 60. 

79 

Ellerson, Geo. 196 
Elley, Rob. 205 
Elliott, Chris. 147, 175, 216 ; Geo. 236 ; 

Jerem. 195 ; Joh. 143, 162, 255 ; Leon. 

162; Tho. 115, 202, 270; Will. 143 
Ellis, Ellys, Brian, 84, 89; Elias, 260; 

Fran. 215, 282; Geo. 98, 228, 283; 

Humf. 8 ; Isaac, 248 ; Jac. 89 ; Jasp. 

138, 194; Jerem. 138, 179, 194; Joh. 

186, 196, 244, 260, 266, 269, 283 ; Mic. 

273; Nic. 9; Ric. 128; Rob. 46, 50, 

75; Sam. 227; Tho. 22, 54, 75, 135, 

182, 186, 227, 228, 245, 256, 271, 283 ; 

Tim. 179; Tob. 117; Wilkinson, 204, 

252 ; Will. 104, 234, 252, 277, 288 
Ellison, Ellyson, Anth. 282 ; Brian, 44 ; 

Geo. 49; Joh. 91, 132, 280; Mic. 84; 

Rob. 256, 264, 274 ; Will. 26, 81, 269 ; 

Xpof. 18, 87 
Ellithorne, Will. 48 
Ellott, Joh. 114 
Ellwes, Tho. 76 
Ellyk, see Elwick 
Elmeden, Joh. 18 ; Ric. 18 
Elmer, Joh. 125 
Elsley, Will. 145 
Elston, Brian, 92 ; Joh. 92, 249 ; Jos. 

200, 255, 271; Mic. 140; Wilkinson, 

267 ; Will. 216, 267, 271 
Elsworth, Gilb. 118; Joh. 80, 163, 198; 

Lawr. 64 

Elton, Ellton, Tho. 261, 274 
Elwald, Mat. 108 
Elwaud, Rob. 22 
Elwick, Ellwick, Ellyk, Elwyke, Edw. 

90, 98, 128, 156, 196, 197, 218, '281,288; 

Fran. 128, 136 ; Geo. 2, 25, 66 ; Hen. 

196; Jac. 1; Joh. 11, 218, 246, 270; 

Rad. 1, 2; Ric. 66,90; Rog. 113, 156 
Elwood, Elwodd, Rob. 55, 62; Tho. 14, 

23 ; Walt. 55 
Eniere, Joh. 19 



306 



THE FREEMEN OF YORK 



Emerson, Emmerson, Jana, 99 ; Job. 275 ; 

Leon. 142 ; Harm. 139, 197, 215 ; Nic. 

49 86, 92 ; Phil. 92, 142 ; Ric. 115 ; 

Tho. 86, 139, 215, 275 ; Will. 197, 251 
Emondson, Geo. 3; Joh. 2, 3, 5; Rad. 

2 ; Will. 5 
Empson, Bryan, 115; Chris. 115; Fran. 

110; Greg. 77, 84, 102, 150 ; Jas. 116 ; 

Joh. 29, 64, 110; Mark, 70, 78; Hie. 

102 ; Rob. 150 ; Val. 69 ; Will. 64 
Emson, Fran. 77 
England, Fran. 95, 160 ; Rob. 260 ; Tho. 

160, 202, 261, 283. See Ingland 
English, Car. 209; Joh. 165, 209, 227. 

See Inglish 
Enneton, Mat. 154 
Ercott, Will. 109 
Ereby, Tho. 61. See Early 
Erratt, Errett, Edw. 169 ; Will. 116, 169 
Errington, Nic. 153 
Erskine, Char. 275 
Esh, Eshe, Chris. 19 ; Joh. 2, 19, 27 ; Phil. 

78, 91, 106 ; Rob. 27, 78 ; Rog. 27 ; 

WiU. 35 
Esheley, Joh. 2 
Eshleby, Eshelby, Tho. 140 ; Will. 255. 

See Exilbie 
Eskricke, Escricke, Esckrick, Eskirke, 

Eskrigg, Geo. 167, 206, 215, 246, 265 ; 

Hen. 103, 112, 145; Rob. 145, 167; 

Tho. 151 ; Will. 57, 103, 130, 138, 204 
E slake, Joh. 43 ; Tho. 43 
Estbie, Eistby, Barn. 11; Will. 11 
Etherington, Ambr. 263 ; Chris. 224, 282 ; 

Joh. 191 ; Jonath. 193 ; Pet. 74 ; Rebec. 

229; Ric. 128; Tho. 161, 193,229, 257 ; 

Will. 34, 255 

Etton, Joh. 114 ; Will. 53, 114 
Etty, Ettie, Jac. and Jas. 79, 116, 151 ; 

Joh. 116, 151, 169, 174, 179, 198, 230; 

Lewis, 244 ; Marm. 169, 198 ; Will. 174, 

212, 230, 244 
Evans, Evens, Edw. 197, 238 ; Joh. 153, 

158, 238 ; Sam. 164 
Everald, Edw. 44 
Everrend, Edw. 71 
Evers, Joh. 234 
Ewartley, Edw. 28 
Ewbank, Ewbanck, Eewbanke, Ubanck, 

Fran. 101, 105 ; Joh. 36 ; Nic. 39 ; Osw. 

36 ; Rob. 220, 255, 274 ; Tho. 181, 203, 

220,274; Will. 186, 281 
Ewenap, Arnold, 54 

Ewens, Ewinges, Ewyns, Ric. 58, 93, 156 
Ewerdyne, Joh. 50 
Exilbie, Edw. 9, 22. See Eshleby 
Eyryum, Oliver, 112 



Fuber, Fawber, Abr. 40, 69, 108, 108; 

Gilb. 65 ; Rob. 153 ; Tho. 136 ; Wilb. 

68, 86, 103 
Fairburn, Faireburne, Geo. 156, 206, 215 ; 

Joh. 96, 129 ; Mat. 99 ; Ric. 166, 206 ; Rob. 

122 ; Will. 83, 114, 122, 156, 166, 215 



Fairebank, Farebank, Ric. 25 ; Rob. 25 

Fairebrick, Ric. 98 

Fairfax, Fairefax, Fayrefax, Hen. 81; 

Lord, 111 ; Ric. 19, 59 ; Rob. 200, 211 ; 

Will. 19, 59, 237 
Fairkrick, Mat. 99 n. 
Fairwether, Fairewether, Fayrwether, 

Car. 231 ; Geo. 21, 68 ; Tho. 107, 121 ; 

Will. 21, 72, 107, 114 
Falconer, Fawconer, Geo. 232, 286 ; Hen. 

10 ; Mic. 32 ; Tho. 39 
Falkingham, Joh, 186, 222 ; Tho. 187 
Fall, Fawle, Geo. 26 ; Hen. 46, 89 ; Joh. 

89 ; Ric. 21, 76, 113 ; Tho. 37 ; Will. 

113 

Faldhawe, Hen. 41 

Fardiuge, Rob. 36 ; Tho. 36 ; Will. 36 
Farley, Farlay, Fabyan, 4 ; Joh. 12 
Farmery, Fermery, Joh. 26, 170, 227 

Ric. 205 ; Tho. 256 
Farnabie, Laur. 37 
Farnehill, Char. 137 
Farnell, Farnel, Fran. 261; Jerv. 190, 

213, 240, 246, 261; Joh. 240; Will. 

196 

Farran, Walt. 216 
Farrer, Farrar, Farrah, Farro, Farrow, 

Geo. 186, 238 ; Nat. 236 ; Ric. 231, 237, 

244, 276 ; Rob. 148, 204, 208, 236, 237 ; 

Rog. 63, 107 ; Sam. 107 ; Tho. 255 ; 

Will. 147, 194, 208, 238 ; Xpof . 28 
Farryngton, Joh. 12 
Favell, Humf . 80 ; Joh. 40 
Favour, Mat. 124 
Fawber, see Faber 
Fawcet, Fawcett, Fawcitt, Faucet, 

Fawset, Fawsett, Car. 235 ; Chris. 188, 

235 ; Edw. 5, 12, 41, 50; Geo. 7, 50, 55, 

121, 133, 179, 227, 282 ; Gilb. 6, 36 ; 

Jas. 7 ; Joh. 1, 3, 7, 42, 66, 76, 80, 88, 

100, 129, 179, 186, 187, 188, 235, 248, 

265, 283, 285; Marc. 187; Mat. 73; 

Miles, 41, 57 ; Pet. 117, 248; Reg. 57 ; 

Rob. 24, 35, 86, 276 ; Roll, 5, 20 ; Sam. 

187, 265 ; Sim. 207, 285 ; Step. 33 ; Tho. 

36, 86 ; Tryn. 18 ; Will. 88, 57, 88, 89 
Fawconbridge, Joh. 40 ; Rey. 49 
Fawding, Will. 46 
Fawdington, Faudington, Pet. 107 ; Ric. 

169, 174 ; Pet. 107 ; Rob. 7, 74 ; Tho. 

128, 174 ; Will. 39, 74 
Fawell, Jos. 224 
Fawkes, Hen. 43, 49 ; Joh. 136 ; Reg. 43 ; 

Rey. 53 ; Tho. 53 

Fawthrop, Hen. 22, 23 ; Jac. 22 ; Joh. 23 
Fayll, Edm. 15 
Fearby, Quintin, 148 
Fearne, Feme, Jac. 98 ; Tho. 54, 112, 130 ; 

Will. 54 

Fearneley, Fran. 99, 148 ; Joh. 96 
Feather, Chris. 248 ; Fran. 127, 174 ; Joh. 

174 
Featherston, Fetherstone, Mat. 247 ; Tho. 

225, 236 
Featherstonhaugh, Will. 280 



INDEX 



807 



Fell, Bart. 82, 59, 68 ; Brian, 30 ; Edm. 
51 ; Geo. 68, 105, 279 ; Hen. 41, 136 ; 
Job. 8, 23, 30, 32; Miles, 15, 51; Kic. 
1, 15 ; Bob. 70, 89 ; Tho. 38, 52, 105 ; 
Will. 22, 47, 52, 56, 59 ; Xpof. 24, 70 
Fentiman, Jas. 239; Job. 213, 267, 282; 

Mic. 282 ; Will. 189, 239, 267 
Fenton, Fainton, Dan. 189; Hen. 131, 
153, 168, 242 ; Jas. 260 ; Stamper, 214, 
225 ; Tbo. 168, 240, 242, 260 ; Will. 124, 
240 

Ferguson, Alex. 233 ; Tho. 189, 205 
Ferkinson, Job. 85 
Fermery, see Farmery 
Feron, Kob. 7 ; Will. 6 
Ferrand, Farrand, Job. 197; Tho. 129, 

132 

Ferreman, Herb. 247 
Fettes, Boll. 33 

Fewler, Geo. 144 ; Jac. and Jas. 83, 122 ; 

Job. 176, 239, 252 ; Mark, 122 ; Phil. 

209 ; Bob. 106, 144, 173, 233 ; Tho. 26, 

117, 176 ; Will. 209, 252 

Fewsdale, Isaac, 287; Job. 187, 239. 

287 
Fewster, Fuister, Nic. 37, 52, 78 ; Will. 

37, 78, 280 ; Xpof. 78 
Field, Feild, Fran. 106, 119; Jas. 119; 

Job. 125 ; Joiiath. 264 ; Tho. 4 
Finney, Bob. 79 
Firbank, Chris. 272 
Firbrand, Job. 88 

Firth, Jos. 173, 180, 202, 238, 247; Leon. 
173, 222, 238 ; Bic. 180, 202 ; Tho. 200, 
245 ; Will. 229, 245, 247, 249, 281 
Fish, Job. 201 ; Pethuel, 136, 161, 216 ; 

Bob. 216 

Fisher, Fishere, Fyssher, Alex. 83, 111 ; 
Car. 148 ; Chris, and Xpof. 53, 65, 106, 
146; Edw. 41, 91; Fran. 49; Geo. 54; 
Jac. 81; Job. 13, 17, 33, 49, 54, 65, 91, 
100,111,134, 146, 161, 213, 256; Nic. 
61, 117, 134, 148, 165, 183 ; Plato, 205 ; 
Bic. 134, 183 ; Bob. 204, 265, 279 ; Tbo. 
19, 20, 81, 49, 52, 54, 213, 262, 279; 
Will. 10, 41, 52, 54 
Fittzrandall, Bob. 100 ' 
Flawith, Tho. 205 ; Will. 133 
Fieetham, Tho. 266 

Fleming, Fleaming, Feeminge, Flemen, 
Fleemen, Dav. 128, 173, 177, 220, 238, 
270 ; Edm. 174 ; Isaac, 146 ; Jac. and 
Jas. 151, 281 ; Job. 151, 173, 192, 203, 
219, 239, 245, 265, 283 ; Jonath. 238 ; 
Leon. 214, 261 ; Bic. 106, 146, 156, 174, 
214 ; Bob. 208 ; Sam. 255 ; Tho. 100, 
150, 191, 194, 208, 239; Will. 194, 203, 
257, 283. 

Flesher, Jas. 217, 267 ; Tho. 267 
Fletcher, Edw. 9; Joh. 7,8, 9, 269, 279; 
Tho. 57, 81 ; Will. 7, 48, 57, 81, 106, 
205 

Flint, Flinte, Flynt, Hen. 124 ; Jas. 265 ; 
Joh. 141, 157, 192, 201, 241, 251, 277; 
Bob. 130, 180, 220, 276 ; Tho. 99, 171, 



201, 216, 241, 251, 265, 276, 277, 278, 284 ; 
Will. 138, 171, 180, 220 
Flother, Bob. 88 ; Will. 88 
Flower, Hardy, 272 ; Joh. 55 ; Bob. 249 
Flynton, Mann. 49 
Foord, Phil. 85, 91 
Ford, Jerem. 281; Joh. 195; Bob. 230, 

245 

Fordam, Xpof. 17 
Forge, Will. 194 

Forman, Edw. 15 ; Joh. 15 ; Bic. 34 
Forrest, Will. 209 
Forth, Tho. 120 ; Will. 231 
Forward, Luke, 147, 175 
Foss, Fosse, Chris. 211; Joh. 136, 169, 

211, 232 

Foster, Forster, Car. and Char. 148, 169, 
190, 191, 215, 237, 238; Cris. 64, 143, 
146, 150, 194 ; Geo. 74, 114, 117, 119, 
120 ; Hen. 60, 106 ; Hug. 36 ; Jac. 88, 
91, 215 ; Jesp. 66 ; Joh. Ill, 115, 120, 
131, 134, 156, 160, 161, 165, 173, 187, 
190, 193, 196, 203, 219, 238, 289, 241, 
243, 264, 276, 279; Jos. 145, 187; 
Lane. 83 ; Lawr. 148 ; Leon. 46, 180 ; 
Marc, and Mark, 119, 145, 180 ; Marm. 
112; Mat. 57, 97, 146, 179; Mather, 
112; Pet. 20; Bad, 20, 91, 169; Bic. 
168, 237, 284 ; Bob. 4, 36, 56, 88, 109, 
117, 124, 145, 190, 209; Tho. 108, 109, 111, 
122, 194, 203, 209, 230, 264 ; Val. 117, 
160, 219, 276; Will. 11, 13, 21, 88, 68, 
71, 109, 111, 122, 143, 148, 173, 232, 
289 

Fothergill, Futhergill, Fran. 77 ; Geo. 
158, 159; Hen. 61, 78; Joh. 60; Mic. 
106, 133, 148; Tho. 106, 133, 155, 157, 
158 ; Tim. 71 ; Will. 25, 29, 60, 71, 77 
Fountains, Fountance, Fowntans, Brian, 
32 ; Chris, and Xpof. 27, 62, 74 ; Joh. 
271 ; Jos. 74 ; Bob. 184, 238 ; Bog. 24 ; 
Sam. 191, 235 ; Will. 125 
Fowler, Geo. 232, 283; Jac. and Jas. 
163, 180, 242; Joh. 120, 163, 180, 
223, 226, 231, 249; Phil. 155, 232 ; Bob. 
93, 249, 279 ; Tho. 223, 226, 231, 279, 
283 ; Will. 177 

Fox, Foxe, Anna, 206; Edw. 81, 195, 
244; Eliz. 189; Fran. 87; Franca, 
226; Geo. 261; Hen. 2; Joh. 12, 59, 
80, 98, 141, 170, 268; Jos. 141, 226; 
Mic. 22; Bob. 72; Sam. 168; Tho. 2, 
12, 22, 31, 118, 160, 168, 168, 170, 195, 
223, 244, 267 ; Will. 31, 163, 189, 236 
Fox-Lane, Geo. 278 
Foxcroft, Jas. 52, 63 ; Tho. 75, 76 
Foxgale, Foxgell, Foxgill, Anth. 58; 
Cris. 4; Geo. 30; Jac. 9; Joh. 9, 14 
35 ; Bic. 12, 30, 44 ; Bob. 25 ; Sim. 11, 
12, 25 ; Tho. 14 ; WilU, 11, 26, 33 
Foxton, Brian, 13'1, 159;" Hen. 199; Joh. 
226; Bob. 126, 168; Tim. 168, 199 
Will. 65, 131, 159, 226, 281 
Foy, Hen. 250; Will. 280 
France, Abr. 174 ; Ad. 196 

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308 



THE FREEMEN OF YORK 



Francis, Mat. 110 ; Will. 69, 110, 124 

Frank, Franke, Franck, Geo. 64, 66, 72, 
107 111, 122, 130 ; Grac. 87 ; Hen. 149, 
18 i'- Job. 246; Jos. 122 ; Ric. 107, 142, 
262- Rob. 70, 73, 95, 205, 246, 262; 
Tho. 142, 184 ; Will. 45, 63, 111 

Frankland Franckland, Edm. 280 ; Guy, 
46, 79, 85; Hen. 234 ; Joh. 10, 79, 106, 
246' Lane. 108; Miles, 40; Ric. 45, 
77 ; 'Tho. 130, 143, 286 ; Will. 10, 46, 
85. 143, 217 

Frankrewe, Frankerewe, Joh. 40 ; Rob. 
1,40 

Frasier, Alex. 226 

Freeman, Freman, Edw. 34, 92; Gabr. 
73 ; Ric. 24, 120 ; Tho. 92 ; Will. 24, 157 

Freer, Freearr, Frear, Brian, 31 ; Chris, 
and Xpof. 79, 97 ; Fran. 87 ; Hug. 27, 
28, 36; Joh. 2, 16, 69, 112, 113, 153, 
253 ; Major, 176 ; Reg. 28 ; Ric. 36, 60, 
98, 107 ; Rog. 107, 153 ; Seth. 27 ; Step. 
93; Tho. 113, 204; Will. 99, 112,212, 
253 

French, Hen. 75; Ralph, 64; Rob. 36, 
45, 75 ; Tho. 75, 85 

Frend, Joh. 280 

Fresell Frezell, Will. 13, 134 

Fresley, Joh. 44 ; Will. 44, 60 

Frewd', Joh. 266 ; Tho. 276 

Frisles, Alex. 164 

Frizell, Will. 87 

Frost, Froste, Geo. 82; Jac. 6, 46, 62, 
82 : Joh. 73 ; Rad. 62, 143 ; Rob. 56, 
143 ; Will. 88, 78 

Frubisher, Frubbisher, Will. 211, 229 

Fryer, Fryar, Jas. 272 ; Tho. 265 

Frysby, Will. 17 

Fuddell, Joh. 108 

Fuister, see Fewster 

Fulharne, Geo. 42 

Fuld, Arth. 26 

Fulthorpe, Geo. 193 

Furbanck, Joh. 132 

Furnes, Furnasse, Joh. 72 ; Walt. 34 

Furnish, Will. 266 

Futhergill, see Father gill 

Fyddie, Joh. 58 

Fylleskyrke, Fyllyskyrk, Joh. 14 ; Will. 14 

Fynley, Geo. 50 



Gadston, Phil. 93 

Gainforth, Gainford, Chris. 273 ; Fran. 

206, 273 ; Joh. 215 ; Tho. 197 ; Will. 

172, 206 

Gainsford, Joh. 195 
Gale, Gaile, Gayle, Chris. 156; Edw. 

108, 111, 118 ; Joh. 38, 111, 173, 185 ; 

Mat. 104, 147, 156; Rad. and Ralph, 

71, 108, 178 ; Ric. 58, 59 
Galloway, Jos. 186, 244 ; Ric. 244 ; Walt. 

151 

Galton, Golton, Joh. 21 
Gamble, Gambell, Edw. 78; Jac. and 

Jaa. 78, 142; Joh. 78, 101; Rob. 101 



Gamyll, Gamyle, Edw. 44; Joh. 42, 44; 

Rob. 44 
Garbutt, Geo. 257. 286; Hen. 165; Jac. 

47, 191 ; Joh. 188, 221, 250, 286; Mat. 

142, 165, 207, 221, 250, 257 ; Rob. 142 ; 

250; Rog. 188; Tho. 207, 250. See 

Carbutt 

Gardhouse, Andr. 288; Joli. 220, 238 
Gardiner, Gardener, Gardner, Geo. 215, 

282 ; Jas 282 ; Rob. 122 ; Rog. 61 
Garencieres, Theop. 255, 272 ; Will. 281 
Garforth, Garford, Anth. 66 ; Perciv. 2 ; 

Tho. 106, 136, 182; Will. 182 
Gargrave, Job. 171 
Garland, Geo. 252; Joh. 167, 225, 250, 

252; Ric. 225, 264; Sam. 281; Step. 

250 ; Tho. 231 
Garner, Gawyn, 2; Will. 104. See 

Garnet 
Garnet, Garnett, Edw. 141 ; Gawyn, 55 ; 

Geo. 75; Hen. 112; Joh. 281; Leon. 

17, 49 ; Ric. 65, 112 ; Rob. 55 ; Tho. 

53, 74 ; Will. 141 ; Xpof. 49 
Garth, Jac. 8; Joh. 17, 55; Rad. 32; 

Tho. 126 ; Xpof. 32 
Garthorne, Ric. 77 
Garthwaite, Garthwayte, Job, 117 ; Joh. 

169, 198 ; Tho. 106, 169 
Gary, Will. 173 
Gascoigne, Gascoyne, Joh. 42 ; Tho. 169, 

220 

Gate, Hen. 174, 220 
Gatenby, Tho. 132, 254 
Gates, Gaites, Joh. 64 ; Ric. 4, 140 ; Rob. 

190 ; Will. 64, 125 
Gatey, Jas. 261 
Gathorne, Rob. 145, 158 
Gatliffe, Fran. 277 
Gawfurth, Edw. 123 
Gawthrop, Gawthropp, Gowthorpe, 

Fletcher, 278; Fran. 255; Joh. 14, 200, 

239; Jos. 187; Mat. 244; Tho. 265; 

Will. 199, 239, 244, 260, 265, 278 
Gawthwaite, Fran. 255 
Gawtris, Tho. 132 
Gayton, Hen. 125 
Gearge, Milo, 61 
Geffray, Will. 4. See Jeffrey 
Geldert, Gelderd, Geldart, Geldhart, 

Gelthard, Gildart, Anth. 12, 39 ; Bart 

149, 164 ; Car. 163 ; Geo. 79 ; Jac. 23, 

31, 179 ; Joh. 4, 6, 23, 24, 38, 66, 69, 70, 

78, 100, 113, 139, 146, 147, 193 ; Josh. 

102, 146; Lane. 14, 52, 70, 71 ; Margt. 

24; Perciv. 12; Ric. 19, 36, 43, 51, 64, 

69, 79 ; Rob. 51 ; Rog. 28, 64, 127 ; Sam. 

218 ; Tho. 17, 3 36, 48, 49, 56, 72, 149 ; 

Will. 8, 49, 6^J 124, 163, 179; Xpof. 

48, 85 
Gell, Edw. 62, 86 Job. 5, 36, 62, 86, 129 ; 

Leon. 182, 193; Pet. 74, 116; Tho. 

178 ; Will. 9, 36, 133, 173, 182, 201 
Gell alias Taylor, Bridg. 232 
Gellson, Geo. 269 ; Ric. 278 
Gelstrop, Gelstrupp, Joh. 23; Will. 94 



INDEX 



309 



Genn, Hen. 100 

Gent, Tho. 223 

Gibb, Fran. 228; Pet. 27, 30; Hie. 27; 
Rob. 30, 122 

Gibbons, Joh. 161 

Gibson, Gybson, Chris, and Xpof. 96, 
160; Edw. 125; Geo. 150, 214, 216, 
233, 248, 255, 278 ; Hen. 15, 117, 209, 
255; Jac. 19, 28; Joh. 101, 204, 218, 
228, 250, 254, 276 ; Laur. 10 ; Leon. 8 ; 
Rad. 44; Ric. 35, 91, 155, 272; Rob. 
54, 121, 160 ; Tho. 19, 21, 28, 47, 161, 
178, 209, 210, 254 ; Will. 2, 4, 7, 255 

Gier, Step 229 

Gilford, Hen. 194 

Gilbank, Tho. 272 

Gilbert, Will. 132, 211, 248 

Gilbertson, Gilberson, Jac. 203; Joh. 
185 ; Sam. 140, 185 

Gilburne, Joh. 194; Mic. 82; Ric. 122; 
Seth, 169 ; Will. 82 

Giles, Gyles, Cuth. 217; Edm. 86, 119, 
122 ; Edw. 33, 73 ; Hen. 20, 35 ; Mon- 
tague, 205, 277; Nic. 20, 86; Ric. 119 ; 
Squire, 281; Tho. 35, 248; Will. 33, 
114, 236 ; Xpof. 44 

GilfilUn, Joh. 242 

Gill, Gyll, Andr. 265; Char. 249; Dyn. 
25; Edm. 262; Fran. 129; Geo. 56; 
Hen. 70; Hewetson and Hewison, 196, 
253, 254 ; Jas. 281 ; Joh. 20, 21, 33, 92, 
94, 105, 137, 155, 192, 195, 256, 262; 
Jos. 108; Mf,rk, 156, 162, 176; Marm. 
18, 83 ; Mic. 147 ; Pet. 21 ; Ralfe, 46 ; 
Ric. 20, 153, 195, 231, 253; Rob. 70, 
108, 205, 282; Step. 127; Tho. 157, 
195; Will. 21, 69, 75, 83, 92, 97, 105, 
111, 137, 192, 212, 234, 282 ; Xpof. 20 

Gilley, Rob. 93 

Gilling, Tho. 106 

Gillo, Gilla, Phil. 21 ; Rob. 78 ; Hog. 21 

Gillot, Gillott, Gelliott, Gylliot, Edw. 
75; Geo. 32, 47; Joh. 88; Rob. 47; 
Trist. 32 

Gilmyn, see Gylmyn 

Gilpin, Gylpyn, Edw. 3, 35 ; Will. 165 

Gilson, Joh. 271 ; Rob. 271 

Gilvington, Geo. 130 

Girdler, Ad. 94 ; Ambr. 116, 145, 176, 
215 ; Chris. 116 ; Joh. 70, 94, 116, 176, 
181, 215, 232 ; Ric. 116; Tho. 80 

Glaisby, Joh. 248 

Glass, Glasse, Edw. 239 ; Ric. 176, 239 

Glaves, Glaive, Ben. 152, 174; Edw. 
132 ; Hug. 77, 132 ; Sam. 74, 105, 152 

Gleadston, Gledston, Geo. 87 ; Tho. 115 

Gledson, Rob. 42 

Glenton, Geo. 235; Joh. 183, 231, 235, 
241 ; Paul, 226 ; Rob. 231 ; Tho. 236 

Glest, Will. 1 

Goar, Ben. 260 ; Tho. 260 

Goddard, Joh. 237 ; Tho. 187 

Godfrey, Hen. 286 ; Tho. 218, 286 

Godson, Chr. 151; Geo. 16, 197, 254; 
Jac. and Jas. 26, 34, 277; Joh. 270; 



Leon. 283 ; Rob. 2, 81, 271 ; Tho. 217, 
245, 254, 270, 273, 277, 283 ; Will. 204 

Goldsbrough, Char. 156 ; Joh. 116, 156 

Goldthorpe, Mat. 217 

Goodall, Luke, 212; Marc. 124; Ric. 
124 ; Tempest, 169, 207 ; Tho. 140, 207, 
224 

Goodgeon, Goodyon, Geo. 5 ; Tho. 62 

Goodrick, Goodrike, Hen. 165 ; Phil. 176 ; 
Tho. 29, 35, 200, 273 ; Will. 85, 131 

Goodwin, Ric. 237 

Goodyere, Goodyear, Godyer, Edw. 25, 
37 ; Geo. 25 ; Jerern. 157'; Ric. 29 

Gordon, Car. 230 

Gorwood, Jos. 255, 269 

Gott, Geo. 86, 181 ; Joh. 181 ; Ric. 42, 
86, 90 ; Tho. 90 

Goullett, Pet. 277 

Gouslin, Joh. 19 

Gower, Ben. 196; Joh. 117; Tho. 196; 
Will. 49 

Gowland, Geo. 124, 152, 159, 162, 181, 
262, 264; Humph. 214; Joh. 26, 80, 
163,181,186,225, 239; Rob. 114, 152, 
166, 176, 228, 285 ; Sara. 239 ; Tho. 162, 
222 ; Will. 166, 216, 222, 228, 256 

Grainge, Marm. 256 

Grainger, Granger, Geo. 167, 194, 209 ; 
Jac. and Jas. 5, 34, 132 ; Joh. 22, 209, 
233 ; Rob. 135 ; Tho. 69, 71, 124, 194, 
283 

Grame, Arth. 4; Fran. 39; Joh. 11, 39 

Graston, Will. 96 

Grant, Graunt, Edw. 76 ; Joh. 26 ; Will. 
273 ; Xpof. 100 

Grave, Graves, Graives, Anth. 4, 20, 53 ; 
Edw. 66, 96, 129 ; Hen. 9, 69 ; Hug. 8, 
11, 19, 20, 29 ; Joh. 9, 11, 249, 252, 
276; Jos. 274; Mat. 207, 254, 274; 
Ric. 16; Rob. 59, 60, 77, 92, 96, 129, 
143, 147, 192, 241, 258, 274; Tho. 16, 
29, 30, 34, 53, 57, 274 ; Will. 1, 8, 30, 
133, 143, 147, 188, 207, 252, 254, 258 ; 
Xpof. 91 

Gravell, Joh. 14 

Graves alias Robynson, Annes, 29 

Gray, Grey, Ambr. 11, 255; Dan. 285; 
Edm. 255 ; Edw. 62, 89, 177, 190 ; Hen. 
205, 225; Joh. 47, 119, 159, 185, 242, 
247, 255, 272, 285 ; Jos. 252 ; Milo, 16 ; 
Osw. 185, 245, 247, 251, 252; Ric. 39, 
62, 65 ; Rob. 64 ; Tho. 48, 82, 279 ; 
Will. 1, 47, 59, 65, 70, 119, 149, 178, 
185, 223, 242, 251 

Grayson, Grason, Grasan, Fran. 60 ; 
Joh. 281 ; Leon. 64 ; Rad. 20, 66 ; Tho. 
66, 175 

Greathead, Greatehead, Geo. 22, 73; 
Paul, 73 ; Ric. 22 

Green, Greene, Grene, Andr. 45 ; Chris. 
155, 178, 221; Doyley, 118; Geo. 88, 
98, 102, 110, 137, 203; Humph. 217; 
Joell, 146; Joh. 28, 74, 91, 104, 105, 
118, 160, 174, 186, 254 ; Laur. 5, 23, 28, 
45; Marm. 147; Ric. 213; Rob. 6, 12, 



310 



THE FREEMEN OF YORK 



40, 45 ; Rog. 105, 141, 178, 192, 203 ; 
Tho. 28, 40, 41, 45, 85, 105, 146, 150, 
169 201, 218, 262, 265, 271, 279 ; Will. 
14, 54, 74, 93, 110, 115, 150, 155, 160, 
167, 168, 174, 192, 201, 254 
Greenbury, Greneburie, Greenberry, 
Arth. 78, 141, 188, 195, 196, 222 ; Caleb, 
196, 236; Ed. 17; Edm. 21, 24, 27; 
Eliz. 276; Geo. 65; Josh. 195, 276; 
Leon. 27, 65, 77 ; Eic. 17, 40 ; Rob. 59 ; 
Tho. 24, 78 ; Will. 21, 28, 49, 65, 77 
Greenopp, Greenup, Greneop, Greneup, 
Fran. 233 ; Geo. 116; Job.. 36, 73, 78, 108, 
114, 159, 160, 195, 206, 215, 225, 239, 
242, 275, 277 ; Jos. 160, 215, 219 ; Mic. 
78; Paul, 219; Phil. 223, 275; Ric. 
64, 114, 159, 166, 195, 220, 223, 233, 
239; Rob. 277; Tho. 220, 225, 275; 
Will. 28, 36, 64, 116 

Greensides, Grenesydes, Brian, 44, 92, 
98 ; Joh. 152, 198, 207, 209, 249, 250, 
282; Mat. 98, 152, 250; Rob. 207; 
Step. 282; Tho. 130, 198; Will. 92, 
130, 207 

Greenwood, Hen. 211, 212, 222; Jas. 
259 ; Joh. 195, 259 ; Ric. 274 ; Will. 11 
Greer, Bart. 147 
Greetome, Tho. 87 

Gregges, Gregge, Greggs, Gregs, Barn. 
67, 111; Edw. 265; Hug. 52, 103; 
Joh. 103, 146, 168, 204, 246, 265 ; Mar. 
Ill ; Marm. 168 ; Rog. 54, 89 ; Samp. 
8; Tho. 3, 129; Will. 23, 48; Xpof. 
and Chr. 89, 129 

Gregory, Gregorie, Geo. 108 ; Tho. 279 
Gregson, Will. 275 
Grenefeld, Will. 55 
Gresham, Jas. 217 
Gresheon, Step. 229 
Grews, Rob. 275 ; Will. 244 
Grice, Hen. 231, 242 
Grimbalson, Grimbleson, Leon, 211, 236 
Grime, Gryme, Clem. 87; Fran. 178, 
208 ; Geo. 172, 209, 228 ; Jac. and Jas. 
112, 150, 165, 198, 199 ; Joh. 209 ; Pat. 
121 

Grimshaw, Tho. 87 
Gristhwate alias Peres, Joh. 34 
Grosse, Will. 147 
Grundale, Grundal, Grundall, Edw. 24, 

81, 87 ; Tho. 87 ; Will. 24 
Guest, Joh. 90 

Guiseley, Edw. 59 ; Will. 262 
Gunbye, Gonby, Gunbie, Laur.. Lowr. 15, 

45 ; Geo. 4 
Gunthorpe, Tho. 278 
Gurdon, Fran. 204 
Gurley, Rad. 129 
Guy, Tho. 86 
Gward, Pat. 2 

Gybbonson, Joh. 14 ; Ric. 14 
Gylmyn, Gilmyne, Gilmine, Gillmyn, 
Dav. 72; Folkyn, 13; Geo. 120; Nic. 
32; Rob. 5, 82, 37; Will. 7, 87, 42; 
Xpiaii, 42 



Haberjamb, Will. 242 

Haddock, Geo. 275 ; Ric. 217 

Hadlesey, Leon. 84 ; Tho. 40 

Hague, Hagues, Joh. 205, 237, 277, 286 ; 
Tho. 229 ; Will. 277 

Haibdell, Ric. 88 

Haikerigg, Reg. 41 ; Rob. 52 

Hailes, Hayles, Joh. 100 ; Rob. 79 

Haines, Geo. 131 

Hair, Haire, Hare, Arth. 100 ; Edw. 236 ; 
Ric. 164, 208 ; Tho. 208, 217 

Hairkshistle, Mary, 100 

Haist, Geo. 170 

Haldenbie, Anth. 30 

Haider, Chris, and Xpof. 100, 130, 170 ; 
Jac. 170; Jerem. 238, 241, 263; Mat. 
130 ; Mic. 263 ; Will. 241. See Holder 

Haider alia* Aldridge, Chris. 226, 245; 
Jas. 245 

Haider alias Holder, Jerem. 241; Phil. 

241 
Haldsworth, Rob. 34, 43 

Hall, Abr. 184 ; Andr. 104, 185, 254, 273 ; 
Anth. 24 ; Ben. 276 ; Car. and Char. 
118, 132, 154, 168, 192 ; Cris. and Chris. 
13, 208 ; Dav. 94 ; Edw. 69, 71, 110, 
127, 157, 162, 178, 208, 230, 240, 261 ; 
Eliza, 222; Fran. 50, 106, 150, 259; 
Geo. 13, 16, 231 ; Hen. 16, 43, 58, 63, 
72, 120, 259; Hug. 24; Jerem. 215; 
Joh. 6, 8, 13, 16, 21, 46, 83, 93, 118, 135, 
156, 158, 167, 170, 209, 211, 221, 222, 
225, 226, 240, 256, 265, 270, 273, 276 ; 
Leon. 7, 43, 58, 89, 163; Mark, 265; 
Mary, 193; Mat. 64, 225; Mic. 138, 
160; Nic. 14, 31, 46, 66; Pet. 4, 110, 
144, 175; Phil. 98, 104; Rad. 16, 17, 
81 ; Ric. 39, 80, 84, 123, 125, 132, 168, 
205 ; Rob. 7, 8, 81, 62, 65, 71', 84, 89, 
124, 154, 162, 178, 247, 270; Rowl. 
254; Sam. 187; Snawden, 213, 265; 
Tho. 31, 43, 62, 66, 97, 123, 144, 182, 
235, 261 ; Umf. 72 ; Will. 5, 43, 54, 65, 
87, 92, 106, 120, 123, 125, 138, 154, 173, 
174, 209, 211, 218, 230, 231, 234, 285, 
248, 256, 259, 271 
Hallalie, Leon. 40 ; Tho. 40. See Heili- 



Halley, Hallay, Haley, Andr. 164, 170 ; 

Geo. 164 ; Hen. 21, 36, 59, 92 ; Jac. 60 ; 

Joh. 9, 46 ; Mat. 46, 61 ; Rob. 126 ; 

Tho. 78, 92, 170; Val. 86, 78; Will. 

21, 59, 60, 72, 75, 135, 237 
Halliday, Halladay, Halleday, Joh. 106, 

118, 208; Rob. 160, 260; Sim. 169; 

Will. 160, 204, 208 
Halliwell, Hallowell, Hallowill, Geo. 83, 

71; Joh. 120, 145, 173; Leon. 217; 

Phil. 71 ; Sam. 173 
Hamilton, Joh. 197 
Hammond, Hamon, Hamond, Hammand, 

Anth. 20, 61 ; Fardinand, 61 ; Geo. 133 

139; Hen. 117; Jac. and Jas. 60, 114* 

161, 175, 226; Jerem. 118; Joh. 95' 

103, 143, 161; Mat. 139; Pet. 27, 62.' 



INDEX 



811 



Ric. 40, 95, 143; Rob. 25, 4fi ; Tho. 
103, 109, 113, 114, 153, 191, 195, 214, 

226, 264 ; Wilf. 27 ; Will. 183 ; Xpof . 62 
Hanbache, Job. 24 
Hancoke, Albyn, 28 ; Will. 23 
Handley, Handlay, Hanley, Godf. 46, 

82 ; Job. 11 ; Myles, 161, 221 T ; Pett. 94 ; 

Rog. 221 ; Tho. 82, 89 ; Will. 279 
Hansom, Hansome, Haneson, Hanson, 

Job. 83, 123, 130, 166, 178, 219, 253, 

258; Mic. 200; Ric. 223; Rob. 91; 

Tho. 42, 83, 91, 130, 175. 178, 190, 241, 

253, 286 ; Will. 190, 236, 241, 258 
Harbart, Harbat, see Herbert 
Harbatell, Job. 15 ; Will. 15 
Hardcastle, Bryan. 276; Fabian, 76; 

Pet. 120 ; Rob. 246 ; Rog. 145 ; Tho. 

215 
Harding, Hardin, Jane, 197; Tho. 164, 

197, 258 ; Will. 208 
Hardisty, Hardesty, Job. 122, 190, 263; 

Tho. 139, 181, 190, 218, 267, 282 ; Tim. 

158 
Hardwick, G-eo. 223 ; Jac. and Jas. 179, 

223, 257 ; Jerem. 240 ; Job. 133, 137, 

187, 191, 198, 228, 247 ; Lawr. 117 ; Rob. 

77 ; Sam. 118, 180, 219, 228 ; Tho. 87, 

121, 131, 179, 193, 216, 247, 249, 257, 

258 ; Will. 145, 180, 185, 198, 219, 240, 

279 
Hardy, Hardye, Hardie, Bart. 223; 

Chris, and Xpof. 25, 62, 64, 97 ; Fran. 

29, 57 ; Geo. 64, 74, 97 ; Job. 22, 57, 

152 ; Mat. 45 ; Phiness, 257 ; Rad. and 

Ralph, 17, 29, 45, 70; Ric. 160, 200, 

203, 216, 223, 245, 257, 277 ; Rob. 70, 

80, 103, 105, 115, 134, 144, 160, 183, 

189, 225, 257; Rog. 4; Sam 160; Seth. 

191, 242; Tho. 105, 144, 160, 166, 

217, 224, 280, 282; Wat. 79; Will. 

19, 67, 91, 113, 134, 152, 158, 166, 167, 

242 

Hare, see Hair 
Harforth, see Hartforth 
Hargerie, Rob. 95 
Hargill, Hargyll, Anth. 9, 20; Job. 9; 

Tho. 20 

Hargitt, Job. 280 
Hargrave, Hargraves, Hargreaves, Fran- 

cisca, 131; Jas. 246; Job. 243; Jos. 

239 ; Mat. 172, 239, 268 ; Nic. 106 
Harkay, Abr. 18 ; Job. 6 ; Rob. 18 
Harker, Dav. 285 ; Job. 55 ; Rob. 217, 

285 
Harland, Harlond, Anth. 119, 161, 168 ; 

Chris, and Xpof. 45, 70, 95, 200 ; Cuth. 

63; Geo. 66, 89, 95, 118, 201; Hen. 63, 

89, 119, 125; Jonath. 165; Luc. 125; 

Maths. 126, 165; Ric. 48, 100, 188; 

Rob. 32 ; Tho. 41, 125, 161 ; Will. 200 
Harling, Pet. 205 
Harlow, Will. 280 
Harnes, Rob. 80 
Harper, Edw. 171 ; Geo. 8 ; Job. 2, 32, 

40, 72, 237, 268 ; Jos. 229 ; Luke, 76 ; 



Rad. 50 ; Ric. 68 ; Rob. 15, 50 ; Tho. 2, 
32, 82, 141 ; Will. 246 

Harperley, Edw. 170, 261 ; Job. 261 

Harrington, Harington, Herrington, 
Harryngton, Anth. 3, 39; Chrig. and 
Xpof. 39, 67, 75 ; Jac. 1 ; Job. 113 ; 
Rob. 67, 90, 113 ; Tho. 20, 75 

Harris, Will. 248 

Harrison, Harryson, Alex. 32, 165, 213, 
221, 222, 223/233, 235 ; 237, 271, 284 ; 
Anth. 91 ; August. 151 ; Car. and Char. 
93, 94, 267; Chris. 115, 150, 281; 
Darley, 198 ; Ebenezer, 221 ; Edw. 1, 
92, 233, 281; Fran. 47, 95, 259; Geo. 
44, 76, 89, 111, 170, 208, 218, 219, 222, 
265, 267, 283 ; Hen. 174, 209, 287; Jas. 
272, 280, 281; Job. 3, 7, 12, 20, 23, 24, 
27, 30, 31, 32, 39, 42, 44, 54, 60, 66, 67, 
80, 89, 101, 103, 111, 116, 119, 124, 129, 
135, 139, 144, 154,155, 172, 190,206, 208, 
209, 213, 231, 233, 235, 238, 243, 259, 
265, 272, 273, 275, 277, 282, 283 ; Jonath. 
151 ; Jos. 135, 236, 259 ; Kitchell, 172, 
198 ; Lawr. 9, 56, 102 ; Mart. 80 ; Mat. 
109 ; Mic. 119 ; Mig. 22 ; Nat. 152, 198, 
218, 221; Pet. 282; Rad. and Ralph. 
233, 287; Ric. 11, 13, 39, 69, 87, 119, 
120, 129, 136, 217, 237; Rob. 12, 16, 21, 
22, 26, 42, 54, 56, 61, 72, 75, 98, 136, 
280; Sam. 222; Sym. 55; Tho. 2, 15, 
18, 22, 24, 34, 41, 47, 50, 55, 56, 58, 66, 
67, 85, 92, 93, 95, 103, 115, 116, 118, 128, 
135, 139, 156, 174, 190, 235, 236, 238, 
259, 284 ; Val. 101 ; Will. 3, 4, 5, 18, 19, 
56, 78, 81, 83, 87, 103, 120, 135, 165, 
178, 213, 219, 221, 234, 235, 256 

Harrold, Will. 3 

Hart, Harte, Fran. 164, 203; Geo. 237; 
Jas. 97; Job. 55, 104, 193, 203; Rad. 
16,26, 55; Ric. 54, 78, 132; Rob. 78, 
104, 176; Tho. 10, 49, 54, 98 ; Will. 49, 
65, 76, 98, 102, 106, 156, 164, 176 

Hartforth, Hartford, Hartfourth, Har- 
forth, Horthforth, Anth. 64, 134 ; 
Chris. 250 ; Geo. 134, 161, 194 ; Hug. 
247 ; Job. 267 ; Mic. 34 ; Mig. 41 ; Pet. 
16, 30, 49, 65 ; Ric. 49, 60, 95, 194, 267 ; 
Will. 65, 95, 193, 247, 250 

Hartley, Heartley, Car. and Char. 11, 41, 
93 ; Geo. 41, 190, 247, 251 ; Jerem. 174 ; 
Job. 25, 54, 242, 272; Miles, 99; Nic. 
11, 25, 90 ; Ric., 242 ; Rob. 141, 227, 
242, 273 ; Tho. 77, 90, 93, 99, 242 ; Will. 
130, 190, 242 

Hartnes, Xpof. 117 

Harton, Job. 267 

Harvey, Harvie, Edw. 191, 209; Job. 
209 ; Rad. 30 ; Tho. 38, 62, 89, 106 ; 
Xpof. 52 

Harwood, Anth, 277; Edw. 131, 180, 
208; Geo. 180; Job. 205, 224; Ric. 
248, 256 ; Will. 96, 97, 138, 208 

Haslewood, Job. 280 

Hatchett, Tho. 190, 196 

Hatfield, Jas. 256 



312 



THE FREEMEN OF YORK 



Hatherington, Joh. 88 

Hatton, Will. 4 

Haughkm, Hawghton, Houghton, Aust. 

58, 67 ; Geo. 178 ; Joh. 182, 224 ; Ric. 

182 ; Rob. 212. See Howton 
Haveloke, Joh. 40 ; Nic. 40 
Haw, Will. 80 
Hawitt, Will. 267 
Hawkeshirst, Hauxhurst, Ric. 80, 38, 139 ; 

Will. 139 
Hawkins, Hawkyn, Hawkinge, Hauc- 

kins, Hawckins, Anna, 226 ; Anth. 

21; Chris. 189; Joh. 12, 110, 151, 160, 

171, 226; Mat. 172; Pet. 140; Ric. 14; 

Sim. 56 ; Tho. 99, 151, 189, 249, 266 
Hawkryge, Joh. 8 
Hawkswell, Haxwell, Hauxwell, Ben. 

228 ; Geo. 265 ; Luke, 234 ; Ric. 121 ; 

Will. 278 
Hawksworth, Ben. 205 ; Jos. 250, 271 ; 

Ralph, 281 ; Ric. 81 ; Tho. 287 ; Tim. 

217, 242, 287 ; Will. 81 
Hawley, Joh. 117 ; Leon. 97 ; Tho. 97 ; 

Will. Ill 

Hawthropp, Tho. 166 
Hawton, Joh. 26 ; Ric. 150, 195, 248 ; 

Will. 195 
Haxby, Haxbie, Geo. 219 ; Hen. 29 ; 

Joh. 256, 277; Jos. 233; Miles, 29; 

Rob. 226, 277, 284; Tho. 169, 211, 219, 

226, 238, 284 
Haxup, Haxupp, Haxop, Jac. and Jas. 

71, 109; Laur. 101'; Leon, 109; Nic. 

27, 28, 80 ; Tho. 30 ; Will. 28 
Haxwell, see Hawkswell 
Hay, Joh. 62 ; Mat. 185 ; Ric. 246 ; Tho. 

185. See Hey 
Hayburne, Hen. 50 
Hayes, Hays, Char. 241, 256 ; Joh. 128, 

163, 197, 215, 279 ; Mat. 128, 148, 178, 

187, 228, 231, 283 ; Ric. 172, 247 ; Rob. 

381 ; Tho. 181, 187, 231, 241, 265, 283 ; 

Will, 178, 228, 234, 247, 265 
Hayfourth, Xpof. 104 
Haynes, Joh. 230 ; Rhoades, 154 
Haythurst, Will. 216 
Hayton, Haiton, Haton, Edw. 25; Jac. 

and Jas. 175, 239, 253 ; Joh. 239 ; Nic. 

38 ; Pet. 165 ; Rad. 175 ; Ric. 14, 25 ; 

Rog. 88 ; Tho. 54, 70, 91 ; Will. 14, 54, 

68,70 

Head, Tho. 229 ; Will. 280 
Headlam, Joh. 126, 191, 274; Rad. 60; 

Walt. 150 ; Will. 126, 248 
Headley, Joh. 127, 226, 230; Tho. 96; 

Will. 82, 281 
Headon, Heddon, Chris, 262; Edw. 217; 

Geo. 82 ; Phil. 197 

Healangh, Fran. 178, 214 ; Mary, 226 
Healey, Geo. 248 ; Tho. 166, 226, 243 
Heath, Tho. 283, 286 
Heather, Will. 108, 138 
Heaton, Rob. 156 
Hebbletwaitc, Heblethnaite, Mart. 104 

361 ; Will. 151 



Hebborne, Hebburne, Jac. and Jas. 133, 

169 
Hebden, Hebdon, Geo. 227, 279; Jas. 

114; Marm. 118, 179, 227; Quintin, 

88; Tho. 91, 103; Will. 15 
Hedwyn, Joh. 6 ; Oswal. 5 ; Oswin, 5, 6 
Heghvngton, Geo. 3 
Heigh, Will. 137, 173 
Heild, Heilds, Heolde, Hield, Hields, 

Edw. 217 ; Hen. 112, 157 ; Joh. 252 ; 

Ric. 241; Rob. 53; Tho. 258; Will. 

159, 192, 229, 241, 252, 258, 281 
Heilileigh, Hilileigh, Joh. 223, 229 ; Tho. 

172,180. See Hallilie 
I Heles, Heelesse, Helesse, Edw. 132 ; Joh. 

84, 115 ; Laur. 29 ; Sam. 115 ; Samp. 

60, 84, 88 ; Will. 88 
Helland, Hen. 121 
Helm, Joh. 222 
Helmsley, Hemsley, Hemyslay, Jac. and 

Jas. 177, 220, 279; Joh. 15, 18, 157, 

194, 220 ; Miles, 15, 52 ; Ric. 194 ; Tho. 

185, 227 ; Will. 52 ; Xpof. 18 
Helricke, Anth. 74 ; Geo. 74 
Hembrough, Tho. 108 ; Will. Ill 
Hemingway, Hemyngway, Abr. 56, 67, 

101 ; Joh. 140 ; Ric. 147 
Hemsworth, Hemseworth, Geo. 95 ; 

Haman, 205 ; Joh. 182 ; Rob. 50, 59, 

81, 95 

Hench, Step. 249. See Hynce 
Henchcliffe, Edw. 214 
Henderson, Joh. 128 
Hendle, Mic. 123 ; Xpof. 123 
Henlake, Henlayk, Edm. 24; Joh. 67; 

Sym. 16, 67 
Hepenstall, Rob. 272 
Hepworth, Jerem. 205, 257, 285 ; Joh, 

283, 257 ; Jos. 176 ; Rob. 203, 236 ; 

Step. 182 ; Tho. 196 
Herbert, Harbert, Herbat, Harbat, Cris. 

Chris, and Xpof. 7, 13, 19, 27, 39, 44, 

51, 89 ; Edw. 39 ; Geo. 249 ; Hen. 89 ; 

Joh. 10, 32, 51, 56, 58, 62, 130, 197,204, 

277 ; Lane. 21 ; Luke, 140 ; Phil. 58, 

72, 107, 115, 116, 149 ; Ric. 27, 33, 77, 

188; Rob. 15; Rowl.222; Tho. 19, 23, 

49, 56, 72, 116, 125; Wilb. 77, 126 
Heron, Hearron, Joh. 12, 226 ; Rob. 29 
1 Herriman, Jos. 134 
Hesle, Hessell, Hasle, Joh. 148, 161, 184, 

228 ; Mat. 228, 280 ; Rob. 45 ; Sam. 

149, 184 ; Tho. 162 
Heslegrave, Hesalgrave, Joh. 264 ; Jos. 

226 ; Will. 242 
Heslerton, Tho. 15 
Hesletine, Ric. 185; Tho. 107, 118; 

Will. 272 
HeslewooJ, Hessylwood, Hessylwod, 

Step. 128 ; Will. 9 ; Xpof. 13 
Heslington, Joh. 23, 150, 192, 195, 235 ; 

Marm. 39, 89 ; Ric. 195, 235 ; Will. 21, 

89 
Heslop, Heslup, Chris. 228, 245, 270, 

276 



INDEX 



313 



Hessey, Hessay, Tho. 85, 189 ; Will. 279, 

285 

Hessylwall, Rog. 9 
Hester, Eic. 125 
Hetherington, Joh. 222 
Heward, Heword, Huard, Geo. 110, 150; 

Ric. 114 ; Will. 55, 72, 108, 110, 150, 

261 ; Xpof . 108 
Hewes, Owen, 110, 124 
Hewet, Hewit, Hewitt, Fran. 152, 167; 

Jac. 51 ; Joh. 109 ; Ric. 5, 95, 102, 129, 

152; Rob. 6, 115; Will. 51 
Hewetson, Hewitson, Huitson, Chris. 

234; Edw. 37; Hen. 84; Joh. 3, 54, 

116, 173; Jos. 106; Rad. and Ralpk, 

81, 116; Tho. 3, 11, 143; Will. 6, 13, 

81, 84, 112, 143 

Hewike, Cris. and Xpof. 22, 24 ; Tho. 22 
Hewlett, Ben, 203; Char. 263; Hen. 

203, 263. See Howlett 
Hewley, Huley, Chris. 103; Joh. 121; 

Tho. 69, 72, 103 
Hewmes, Tim. 127 
Heworth, Heworte, Mr. 272 ; Rob. 249 ; 

Tho. 137, 183 ; Will. 278 
Hew son, Ad. 43 ; Dav. 215 ; Jerome, 5, 

33 ; Joh. 3, 35, 107, 220, 221 ; Rob. 220, 

269 ; Tho. 16, 44 ; W. 16 ; Will. 33, 35, 

44, 107, 248 
Hewthwaite, Hewthwate, Joh. 106 ; Luc. 

84 ; Will. 21, 52, 102 
Hexham, Hexom, Samp. 248 ; Tho. 281 ; 

Will. 244 
Hey, Joh. 98 ; Mat. 98 ; Ric. 190 ; Will. 

37, 89, 102. Se Hay 
Hick, Hicke, Allan, 221, 284 ; Chris. 257 ; 

Enoch, 248 ; Geo. 274 ; Hug. 42 ; Joh. 

162 ; Luke, 284 ; Rad. 173 ; Sam. 230, 

284 ; Tho. 166, 205, 220, 221, 257, 274, 

284 
Hickeringill, Hickerngill, Ben. 191, 198 ; 

Joh. 199, 252 ; Jonath. 198 ; Will. 183, 

252. See Ickeringill 
Hickinton, Rob. 97 
Hicklington, Silv. 231 
Hicksom, Joh. 255 
Hickson, Hixon, Geo. 156 ; Joh. 143 ; 

Tho. 73, 121, 143, 156, 170, 241 ; Will. 

133, 170, 241 
Highmore, Tho. 11 
Hilbourd, Rob. 124 
Hildrick, Ric. 266 
Hildrith, Anth. 89 
Hildwith, Ric. 27 
Hilileigh, see Heilileigh 
Hill, Bart. 30; Edw. - 264 ; Geo. 20, 249, 

277 ; Hanover, 250 ; Hen. 45, 61 ; Joh. 

30, 88, 106, 209, 225, 258; Leon. 75, 

230; Mat. 81, 97, 130; Pet. 77, 96, 

119,131; Ric. 52, 55, 130, 282; Rob. 

150, 200, 203 ; Tho. 97, 131, 150, 189, 

250, 253 ; Will. 117, 120, 177, 198, 203, 

209, 231, 248, 268 
Hillary, Hyllary, Hillarie, Averah, 121 ; 

Car. and Char. 144, 198 ; Dav. 257 ; 



Edm. 219; Hen. 195; Joh. 65, 126, 

137, 144, 169, 183, 184, 198, 217, 219, 

235, 246, 257, 259, 266; Jonas, 205; 

Josh. 164 ; Josias, 163, 212 ; Rob. 115, 

129, 163, 194; Sam. 212, 213, 246, 259 ; 

Tho. 74, 144, 195, 198, 259 ; Will. 174, 

266 
Billiard, Hilyerd, Hyldyard, Fran. 154, 

174, 211, 243, 252 ; Joh. 243 ; Will. 22 
Hilton, Will. 244 
Hinde, see Hynde 
Hindley, Hen. 283 ; Jos. 273 
Hindsley, Geo. 255 
Kingston, Tho. 53 
Hinxman, Joh. 278 
Hird, Kurd, Hen. 125, 181; Joh. 24; 

Jos. 206; Marc. 181; Ric. 17; Rob. 

123 ; Will. 82, 125 
Hirst, see Hurst 
Hixon, see Hickson 
Hobson, Geo. 28, 102, 143; Hen. 28; 

Joh. 214 ; Jonath. 120, 133, 214 ; Mat. 

106 ; Tho. 143 
Hodges, Rob. 80 
Hodgson, Hodgeson, Hodgshon, Hod- 

shon, Hodson, Arth. 4, 140 ; Chris, and 

Xpof. 67 ; Edw. 88, 84, 126, 163 ; Fran. 

102; Gawin, 120, 130; Hen. 94, 123, 

131, 148, 277 ; Jac. and Jas. 67, 71, 86, 

237 ; Joh. 25, 131, 136, 148, 149, 159, 

167, 180, 207, 213, 217, 223, 228, 243, 

252, 260, 272 ; Marc. 148, 213 ; Marm. 

171, 207; Nic. 12, 29, 252; Osw. 17; 

Pet. 23, 34, 67, 71 ; Ric. 27, 80 ; Rob. 

17, 25, 27, 34, 275 ; Tho. 33, 44, 45, 63, 

80, 83, 84, 86, 98, 180, 184, 228, 243, 

260, 275, 278 ; Will. 33, 189 
Hogg, Hog, Abr. 164, 192, 211, 221, 232 ; 

Dan. 162 ; Joh. 14, 122, 164, 182, 192, 

204, 242, 287, 288 ; Ric. 215, 242, 281 ; 

Rob. 14; Sam. 211, 221, 254, 287; 

Sym. 19; Tho. 182, 288; wid. 162; 

Will. 232, 284 

Hoggart, Lawr. 243 ; Will. 76 
Hoggell, Hoggyll, Joh. 38; Rob. 52; 

Tho. 6, 38, 52 
Hoile, see Hoyle 
Holburn, Will. 279 
Holder, Jas. 137 ; Jerem. 169 ; Will. 169. 

See Haider 
Holder als. Haider, Jerem. 241 ; Phil. 

241 

Holdernes, Tho. 117 
Holdred alias Aldred, Sam. 253 ; Theop. 

253 
Holdsworth, Holdesworth, Holsworth, 

Hen. 16, 19; Joh. 70, 116, 118, 125, 

126, 181 ; Ric. 46, 57, 126 ; Rob. 70, 

109, 116, 158; Tho. 125, 173; Will. 

118, 157 

Holgate, Joh. 191 
Holland, Anth. 94 
Holliday, Holiday, Hollyday, Gabr. 236 ; 

Jos. 214 ; Rob. 195 
Hollingsworbh, Sam. 124 ; Tho. 174 



814 



THE FREEMEN OF YORK 



Hollins, Rolling, Joh. 132, 149, 229 ; 

Leon. 224 ; Luc. and Luke, 177, 229 ; 

Samp. 152, 218, 224; Will. 108, 152, 

218 
Holmes, Holme, Chris. 126, 140, 172, 206, 

232 ; Geo. 27, 59, 95 ; Ingram, 196 ; 

Jas. 95; Joh. 8, 29, 55, 62, 112, 116, 

282; Jos. 259; Lane. 20,59; Rad. 175, 

207, 219, 232; Ric. 118, 263; Bob. 

280 ; Sim. 62, 116 ; Step. 250 ; Tho. 8, 

120, 172, 175, 191, 219, 249, 250, 263, 

280, 282; Walt. 205 ; Will. 8, 201, 238, 

259 

Holroyd, Esau, 236 ; Geo. 196, 256 
Holt, "Holte, Houlb, Geo. 137; Hewan, 

265 ; Jac. and Jas. 164, 202, 251 ; Joh. 

148 ; Jos. 158, 227 ; Will. 155 
Holtby, Holtbie, Laur. 102, 157; Rob. 

157 ; Tho. 50 
Hood, Hodd, Hudd, Jac. 125 ; Joh. 153, 

163, 192, 202, 215, 262 ; Pet. 161 ; Rob. 

141, 262; Tho. 192; Trist. 161, 215; 

Will. 161 

Hoofe, Tho. 76. See Hough 
Hookes, Tym. 76 
Hooper, Joh. 256 

Hoopes, Joh. 126 ; Rob. 84, 97, 126 
Hope, Hoppe, Hoppes, Fran. 87 ; Hen. 

71 ; Joh. 237 ; Will. 255 
Hopkin, Dav. 173 
Hopkinson, Jac. and Jas. 73, 80 ; Leon. 

281 

Hopson, Joh. 171 

Hopwood, Chris. 128, 167 ; Joh. 167 
Hornby, Horneby, Char. 121 ; Geo. 275 ; 

Joh. 23 ; Rob. 112 
Home, Joh. 114 
Horneclyf, Jac. 16 ; Joh. 16 
Horner, Aaron, 149; Barn. 27; Ben. 

139; Edw. 53; Fran. 158; Geo. 100, 

108, 125 ; Jac. 27, 74, 85 ; Joh. 27, 100, 

139, 149 ; Laur. 117 ; Leon. 18 ; Mann, 

189 ; Harm. 28 ; Nic. 18 ; Pet. 45, 90, 

107 ; Rad. 66, 70, 104 ; Ric. 74, 89 ; 

Rob. 71, 85, 105, 119; Rog. 18; Tho. 

28, 55, 107, 148 ; Will. 4, 21, 86, 89, 112, 

244 ; Yorke, 39, 55, 71, 86, 89, 104, 110, 

Hornsey, Hornesey, Jas. 162 ; Leon. 109, 

151, 162; Ric. 151; Rog. 46; Tho. Ill, 

140 

Horsefeild, Horsfeild, Rob. 125, 128 
Horseman, Amos, 272 ; Aug. and Awst. 

45, 86 ; Geo. 196, 241 ; Joh. 272 ; Bad. 

85 ; Tho. 204 
Horsley, Horseley, Bened. 61, 107, 152 

165, 206 ; Corn. 119 ; Edw. 72, 107, 

119, 131, 169, 210, 222; Fran. 200; 

Joh. 169, 210, 234; Bob. 234; Tho. 

181, 229 ; Will. 152, 19(5, 206, 222 
Horwood, Bic. 263 
Hotham, Houtham, Joh. 218, 246 276 

288; Jos. 199; Joaiah, 237, 247; 

Margt. 162, 163; Mart. 138, 165, 212; 

Mat. 124, 161, 162, 163; Bic. 161, 199; 



Bob. 166, 169, 170, 181, 188, 194, 238, 
265; Tho. 188, 217, 262, 288; Will. 
136, 185, 212, 238, 246, 247, 257, 264, 
276 

Hough, Houfe, Arth. 263 ; Joh. 184, 229. 
See Hoofe 

Houghtpn, see Haughton and Howton 

Houldon, Tho. 237 

Houseley, Isaac, 270 

Hovingtoii, Francisca, 182 

Howard, Edw. 127 

Howburd, Leon. 3 

Howden, Will. 193 

Howe, Pet. 70 ; Balph, 76 ; Tho. 19 

Howell, Geo. 135 ; Pat. 74 

Howes, Will. 224 

Howgill, Howgell, Jas. 156, 186; Joh. 
162; Tho. 106, 147, 156, 162 

Howgrave, Joh. 220, 276 ; Mat. 156, 212 ; 
Bad. and Balph, 146, 156, 160, 212, 220 

Hewlett, Ben. 183, 224, 231; Jac. 224; 
Sam. 152 

Howsman, Howseman, Houseman, Dav. 
109; Hen. 109; Jas. 121; Joh. 44, 
249, 267 ; Bog. 120 ; Will. 45. See 
Owsman 

Howson, Bob. 281 

Howton, Tho. 148; Will. 281. See 
Houghton 

Hoxon, Beyn. 136 

Hoyle, Abr. 201 ; Dan. 81, 201, 241; Hen. 
90, 117, 240; Joh. 106, 115, 149, 178, 
201, 240; Jos. 107, 149, 201 ; Sam. 65, 
100; Tho. 60, 62, 82; Will. 149, 201, 
241. See Hoyle 

Hoyroyd, Jac. 149 

Huard, see Reward 

Hubie, Joh. 73 

Hudles, Hudeles, Hudlass, Joh. 13, 52 ; 
Bic. 4 ; Bob. 33 ; Will. 33, 205 ; Xpof. 
52 

Hudson, Huddson, Hutson, Abr. 146, 
192 ; Cotton, 212, 267 ; Fran. 98, 142, 
197, 251, 278 ; Geo. 53, 112, 140, 183, 
208, 266 ; Hen. 273 ; Jas. 142 ; Joh. 18, 
47, 96, 112, 146, 156, 176, 192, 200, 210, 
227, 240, 265, 287; Jos. 276; Leon. 
160 ; Marc. 175. 221 ; Margt. 175 ; Mat. 
175, 218, 237, 266 ; Bad. and Balph 86, 
142; Bob. 25, 31, 46, 106, 142, 156, 231, 
264, 282, 286 ; Bowl. 113 ; Tho. 16, 33, 
53, 183, 240, 267 ; Tim. 76, 186, 203, 
231, 233, 276, 282 ; Will. 94, 127, 140, 
153, 160, 175, 186, 212, 221, 233, 234, 
236, 237, 240, 273, 287 

Huggans, Eliz. 270 

Huggate, Anth. 173 

Huley, see Hewley 

Hull, Joh. 204 

Hume, Tho. 58 

Humphrey, Humphreys, Hum fray, Hum- 
frey, Corn. 193; Fran. 102, 219, 275; 
Joh. 120, 219, 223, 275 ; Mat. 106 ; Rob. 
26, 255 ; Tho. 5 ; Will. 223 

Hungate, Tho. 244, 271 



INDEX 



815 



Hunt, Ric. 269; Rob. 186 

Hunter, Allen, 94 ; Anth. 33 ; Chris. 65 

97, 278 ; Edw. Ill ; Fran. 83 ; Geo. 5 

28, 40, 65, 68, 69, 71, 74, 77, 82, 85, 92 
102, 107, 122, 171, 207, 224 ; Hen. 10 
69, 109, 110, 116, 171 ; Jac. and Jas 
110, 176; Joh. 5, 10, 54, 77, 83, 85, 97 
105, 106, 107, 111, 121, 122, 149, 181 
198, 238, 250 ; Josh. 237 ; Josiah, 122 
Mat. 68,92; Pet. 217, 270; Reyn. 115 
Ric. 152, 184 ; Rob. 86, 176, 200, 224 
Sam. 250 ; Tho. 32, 107, 268 ; Will. 35 
62, 127, 162, 249, 250 

Huntley, Huntly, Joh. 280 ; Will. 216 
Hunton, Chris, and Xpof. 29, 69 ; Hug 

29, 69; Joh. 270; Ric. 200, 246, 251 
270 ; Tho. 246 

Huntridge, Tho. 48 
Huntrisse, Huntresse, Joh. 75, 142 
Huntroddes, Ric. 15 
Hurd, see Hird 

Hurdson, Hyrdson, Joh. 61 ; Rob. 24, 61 

Hurr, Jac. 13 

Hurst, Geo. 99, 129; Jac. 181; Jerem. 

181; Joh. 137, 154; Rad. 129; Tho. 

93, 129, 157 

Hurwood, Anth. 58, 93 ; Tim. 93 
Husband, Husbond, Char. 67 ; Joh. 201 ; 

Rad. 19 ; Ric. 102 
Huscroft, Sam. 265 
Hust, Rob. 249 
Husthwhaite, Rob. 71 
Hustler, Arth. 50; Hen. 95; Hug. 40; 

Leon. Ill, 119 ; Will. 119 
Hutchenson, Hutchinson, Hutchonson, 
Hutchingson, Ambr. 61 ; Barn. 113 ; 
Chris. 157; Edw. 62, 76, 103, 142; 
Fran. 81 ; Geo. 125, 176 ; Hen. 64, 105 ; 
Hug. 87 ; Jac. and Jas. 15, 45, 46, 55, 
66, 84, 106, 109, 288 ; Joh. 29, 40, 46, 
58, 64, 69, 72, 75, 85, 96, 105, 113, 118, 
158, 175, 220, 286 ; Jos. 223, 288 ; Josh. 
237; Mig. 5; Pet. 62, 195, 253; Rad. 
31 ; Ric. 55, 103, 142, 288 ; Rob. 7, 40, 
43, 55, 62, 65, 84, 85, 96, 105, 157, 224 ; 
Rol. 29; Sim. 216, 286; Step. 157; 
Tho. 13, 59, 69, 96, 105, 118, 120, 158, 
164, 175, 197, 220, 225 ; Will. 7, 13, 42, 
50, 71, 137, 173, 176, 181, 182, 188, 204, 
216, 225, 249, 253 

Huthwaite, Leon. 81 ; Tho. 72 ; Will. 72 

Hutton, Huton, Hewton, Abr. 105, 129, 

155 ; Char. 223 ; Chris, and Xpof. 28, 

88, 61, 67, 105, 155, 200 ; Geo. 5, 56 ; 

Jac. 6, 14, 52 ; Joh. 5, 39, 61, 108, 227, 

249 ; Jos. 246 ; Margt. 56 ; Mat. 59, 66 ; 

Rad. 36 ; Ran. 18 ; Ric. 3, 9, 14, 28, 39, 

59 ; Rob. 53 ; Rog. 21 ; Tho. 10, 13, 14, 

18, 52, 67, 271 ; Will. 6, 9 

Hydes, Haydes, Joh. 202 ; Mat. 202 

Hynce, Hynche, Fran. 8, 20 

Hynd, Hynde, Hinde, Edw. 26, 35 ; Geo. 

116 ; Hug. 45 ; Will. 69, 116 
Hyndle, Hen. 161 



Hypie, Rob. 87 
Hyrdson, see Hurdson 



PAnson, Nehemiah, 141 ; Joh. 144. See 

Janson 

Ibbison, Anth. 40 ; Jac. 176 
Ibbson, Hen. 80 

Ickeringill, Ickeringale, Ickringale, Anth. 
161; Ben. 138, 178, 202; Geo. 250; 
Jerem. 181 ; Joh. 178 ; Ric. 217 ; Will. 
152, 250. See Hickeringill 
Idle, Geo. 68 
He and lies, Anth. 18 ; Hen. 3 ; Joh. 18, 

38 ; Rad. 3 
Iley, Joh. 52, 83; Laur. 81; Tho. 52, 

83 n., 81, 104 
Inchbold, Edw. 234 
Ingg, Hen. 5 
Ingland, Rob. 194, 260; Tho. 157, 194. 

See England 

Ingle, Hen. 90 ; Ric. 151, 189 ; Will. 44 
Ingleby, Inglebie, Joh. 8, 165 
Ingledew, Joh. 145 ; Miles, 127, 145 
Ingleton, Joh. 251, 286 ; Ric. 147 ; Tho. 

170, 191, 219, 251, 282, 286 
Inglish, Geo. 156. See English 
Ingram, Alex. 204 ; Fran. 162, 241, 244 ; 
Jas. 171 ; Mann. 40, 83 ; Metcalf, 169, 
180, 241 ; Rob. 83 
Inkeringale, Inkeringill, Anth. 228 ; Joh. 

228 

Inman, Geo. 206 ; Jas. 159 ; Joh. 69, 93, 
117, 119, 122, 126, 192, 224 ; Marc. 130, 
168 ; Nic. 77, 126, 130 ; Ric. 265 ; Tho. 
34, 69, 77, 122, 132, 154, 164, 199, 206 ; 
Will. 117, 152, 161, 192, 197, 199 
Ins! iff e, Mat. 152 
Iveson, Anth. 280 



Jackson, Jackeson, Jacksonne, Jakson, 
Allan, 131 ; Anth. 90, 205 ; Char. 33 ; 
Chris, and Xpof. 9, 48, 137, 163, 200, 

239, 240, 258, 276 ; Dav. 280 ; Edw. 9, 
10, 45, 59, 89, 161; Elias, 168; Fran. 
77, 92, 134, 212, 237, 287; Geo. 8, 22, 
50, 56, 61, 81, 87, 118, 121, 122, 140, 
163, 166, 168, 169, 174, 177, 179, 180, 
181, 182, 212, 220, 235, 240, 258, 287 ; 
Hen. 202, 216 ; Hug. 45 ; Jac. and Jas. 
10, 56, 119, 154, 257; Joh. 4, 8, 10, 14, 
20, 23, 30, 32, 33, 41, 44, 45, 48, 54, 59, 
60, 76, 83, 90, 98, 103, 111, 113, 129, 
130, 134, 143, 147, 155, 157, 175, 180, 
201, 202, 204, 212, 214, 216, 218, 235, 

240, 250, 251, 257, 263, 268, 272, 275, 
281; Jonath. 210, 250; Kath. 163; 
Leon. 11, 28, 61, 65, 107, 248; Marm. 
89 ; Mart. 45 ; Mat. 98 ; Mic. 272 ; Nic. 
124 ; Pet. 18, 129, 257 ; Ric. 49, 81, 130, 
138, 142, 182, 187, 191, 239, 262, 281 ; 
Rob. 3, 8, 10, 18, 45, 50, 56, 66, 87, 
94, 118, 119, 156, 157, 165, 166, 198, 
201, 245 ; Rog. 20 ; Sam. 103 ; Samp. 31 ; 



316 



THE FREEMEN OF YOKK 



Tho. 6, 11, 27, 30, 85, 107, 113, 117, 

129, 130, 140, 172, 182, 190, 196, 19H, 

214, 220, 251, 255, 257, 277, 288; 

Will. 26, 29, 30, 61, 85, 99, 108, 122, 

127, 131, 148, 155, 172, 177, 182, 196, 

201 202, 204, 205, 216, 218, 228, 229, 

236, 248, 249, 258, 264, 277, 279, 280, 

284, 287 

Jackson alias Lowson, Ric. 40 
Jakman, Tho. 19 , 

James, Andr. 14; Chris. 162, 283; Joh. 

172, 175; Margt. 200; Tho. 191, 214, 

218, 278, 283 ; Will. 77 
Janson, Joh. 11; Nehemiah, 65. See 

I'Anson 
Jaque, Jaques, Jake. Anth. 149 ; Chr. 

163 ; Fran. 28, 32, 56 ; Gabr. 56 ; Geo. 

174 ; Joh. 32, 38, 68, 72 ; Ric. 72 ; Rog. 

21, 68, 75, 91 ; Will. 68 
Jarvis, Tho. 205 
Jebb, Hen. 217, 289 ; Mary, 289 
Jebson, Hen. 170 
Jeeb, Rob. 212, 214 
Jeffers, Rob. 167 
Jefferson, Jeffersonne, Edw. 175, 184, 

225, 259; Fran. 225, 229, 267; Joh. 

223, 268, 282; Harm. Ill, 122; Ric. 

212; Rob. 259; Sam. 144, 152; Sim. 

193 ; Tho. 94 ; Will. 33, 104, 282 
Jeffrey, Jefferys, Fran. 114; Ric. 177, 

224 ; Rob. 224. See Geffrey 
Jellatson, Tho. 64 
Jellson, Jelson, Joh. 246 ; Tho. 256 
Jellyson, Joh. 222 
Jenkins, Tobias, 159, 174, 183, 215 
Jenkinson, Jenkenson, Jenkynson, Char. 

118 ; Geo 196 ; Jac. and Jas. 194, 236 ; 

Joh. 217 ; Tho. 169 ; Will. 26, 35 
Jennings, Jenning, Jinings, Edm. 204, 

250; Geo. 255, 282; Joh. 150, 210, 

283 ; Leon. 255 ; Tho. 184, 273 ; Will. 

88, 163, 202, 219, 273 
Jennison, Jenyson, Joh. 11 ; Rog. 21 ; 

Tho. 212 ; Will. 148 
Jepson, Hen. 43 ; Zach, 111, 117 
Jerman, Tho. 282 
Jernegan, Joh. 247 
Jerrome, Pet. 49 

Jewetson, Jewitson, Tho. 35 ; Will. 19 
Jewitt, Edw. 226 ; Jonas, 80 
Jilburne, Jelburne, Hen. 45 ; Joh. 53 ; 

Will. 40 

Jisson, Tho. 183 
Joblin, Abr. 112 
Jobson, Mat. 87 ; Tho. 6 
Johns, Lodivic, 49 
Johnson, Allan, 131, 174, 179; Anth. 

132; Chris, and Xpof. 71, 185, 205, 

233 ; Cuth. 69 ; Edw. 2, 3, 23, 255, 258, 

270 ; Geo. 131, 149, 188, 207, 227, 253 ; 

Hen. 133 ; Isaac, 144, 191, 215 ; Jac. 

144, 188; Joh. 11, 39, 42, 49, 86, 92, 98, 

99, 129, 143, 176, 181, 229, 255, 258, 

265, 283; Mart. 268; Mat. 25, 208; 

Mic. 267; Nehem. 77; Nic. 14; Pet. 



270, 287; Rad. 3, 179; Ric. 2, 21, 154, 
170, 217, 224, 237, 253, 270, 273, 285 ; 
Rob. 106, 151, 158, 174, 181, 188, 201, 

202, 238, 253, 258, 265, 288 ; Rog. 71 ; 
Rowl. 215; Sam. 288; Seth, 176, 229; 
Tho. 4, 5, 56, 60, 62, 109, 111, 129, 136, 
143,- 144, 151, 183, 185, 186, 207, 222, 
233, 236, 241, 263 ; Tobias, 222 ; Will. 
27, 95, 110, 120, 122, 130, 131, 134, 140, 
143, 145, 151, 180, 181, 183, 189, 191, 

203, 207, 210, 238, 241, 258, 268, 273, 
283, 287 

Jolliffe, Edw. 230; Jac. 162, 193, 218, 
230 ; Joh. 218, 269 ; Will. 269 

Jolly, Jas. 114 

Jon, Jno, 203 

Jones, Elias, 106; Jos. 169; Umph. 140 

Jopson, Fran. 4, 41 

Jordayne, Tho. 24 

Jordon, Jac. 60 

Jorrill, Will. 213 

Jowett, Hen. 272 ; Joh. 276 

Jowland, Mat. 154 

Joy, Joye, Chris, and Xpof. 50, 84 ; Joh. 
113, 150, 248 ; Mat. 236 ; Pet. 283 ; Rob. 
84; Seth, 34, 236, 283; Tho. 83, 117, 
186, 266 ; Will. 84, 213, 279, 281 

Jubb, Hen. 262 ; Rob. 182, 165 

Judson, Rog. 261 ; Will. 23, 95 

Jurden, Tho. 9 

Justice, Eman. 168, 167, 190; Ric. 113, 
137, 163 ; Will. 149 



Kade, Tho. 125 ; Will. 132. See Cade 
Kaley, Kayley, Tho. 60, 236. See Caley 
Kay, Edm. 93; Edw. 116; Joh. 12, 18, 

116, 174 ; Joh. Lister, 244 ; Mat. 114, 

116; Parsiv. 18; Ric. 116, 188; Rob. 

98, 143, 180, 194 ; Tho. 143, 180, 194 ; 

Will. 12. See Key 
Kearton, Ralph, 115 
Keighley, Geo. 120, 183 
Keld, Tho. 197 
Kell, Geo. 179 ; Tho. 203 
Kelland, Hen. 10 
Kellett, Joh. 48 
Kelley, Rad. 60 ; Will. 125 
Kellington, Tho. 232 
Kelsey, Fran. 85 ; Will. 47 
Kemp, Kempe, Edw. 109 ; Rog. 85 ; Tho. 

97 ; Will. 102, 109 
Kendall, Kendale, Kindall, Edw. 196; 

Rad. 138; Will. 25, 73 
Kendray, Will. 256 
Kendrew, Joh. 218, 288 
Kenrawe, Tho. 57 
Kershaw, Char. 255 ; Tho. 249 
Ketland, Fran. 51, 82; Joh. 37; Rob. 1, 

18, 37, 51 ; Tho. 5, 50 ; Will. 18 
Ketlay, Joh. 61 
Kettlestrings, Will, 249 
Kettlewell, Geo. 115; Jesp. 102; Joh. 

Ill; Nic. 83; Will. Ill, 234 



INDEX 



317 



Key, Keay, Geo. 26, 64, 77 ; Hen. 51, 57 ; 

Humf. 57 ; Joh. 75, 80, 234 ; Mat. 64 ; 

Ric. 76, 120, 123; Rob. 71, 123, 155; 

Tho. 45, 49, 287 ; Walt. 46, 47 ; Will. 

51. See Kay 
Kibblewhite, Kiblewhite, Joh. 271 ; Rob. 

213, 271, 277 
Kidd, KiH, Chris, and Xpof. 40, 75, 122; 

Elias, 80, 114, 316; Geo. 277; Joh. 76; 

Ralph, 66; Tho. 122, 168; Will. 116, 

124, 168 
Kiddall, Kyddall, Kyddale, Joh. 45 ; Rob. 

37, 70 ; Tho. 6 ; Will. 37, 45 
Kidson, Kydson, Ed. 12 ; Edw. 33, 52 ; 

Joh. 33 ; Mat. 46 ; Ric. 286 ; Step. 233, 

286 ; Will. 63, 190 
Kilburn, Kylburne, Jac. 5 ; Joh. 5, 26 ; 

Rob. 46 ; Xpof. 53 
Killam, Joh. 282; Jonath. 239; Maths. 

228, 282 ; Morfoot, . 282 ; Rob. 230, 

282 ; Tho. 174, 216, 228, 230, 239 
Killingeworth, Joh. 50 
Killington, Tho. 285 
Kilvington, Killvington, Andr. 270 ; Geo. 

220, 267; Joh. 75, 82, 97; Ric. 108, 

128 ; Rob. 282 ; Tho. 267, 282 ; Will. 

128, 172, 220 

Kilvington alias Mercer, Andr. 270, 282 
King, Kinge, Kyng, Hug. 47; Joh. 183; 

Marm. 128 ; Rob. 10 ; Will. 10, 35, 280 
Kipling, Kiplinge, Anth. 196, 239, 242, 

268 ; Car. and Char. 164, 188, 206, 225, 

285; Geo. 268; Jac. 130, 164; Josh. 

221; Tho. 175, 206, 239, 285; Will. 

174, 221, 242 
Kirby, Keirby, Kirkbie, Kyrkby, Edw. 

241 ; Hen. 181 ; Joh. 8, 31, 196, 204, 

212, 253, 254, 260; Roul. 134; Sam. 

248, 267; Seth. 158, 175, 181, 203; 

Tho. 188, 191, 241, 252, 279 ; Will. 175, 

217, 269 
Kirk, Kirke, Kircke, Kyrke, Tho. 12, 118, 

154, 159 ; Will. 159, 226 
Kirkham, Hen. 90 
Kirkshaw, Alice, 224 
Kirkwood, Joh. 256 
Kirsey, Kersey, Ralph, 72 ; Tho. 70 
Kirton, Joh. 224 
Kitching, Kitchinge, Kitchin, Kytching, 

Kytchyn, Geo. 4, 8, 49, 254 ; Jac. and 

Jas. 167, 214, 258 ; Jos. 140 ; Rad. 29 ; 

Rob. 222 ; Tho. 49, 181, 253, 254 ; Will. 

258 
Kitchingman, Kitchinman, Kytchen- 

man, Kytchynman, Andr. 151 ; Bryan, 

140; Hen. Ill; Jac. and Jas. 10, 43, 

112 ; Joh. 167, 178 ; Will. 15, 25, 74, 

97, 113, 138, 166; Xpof. 10, 43 
Kitson, Tho. 250 
Knaggs, Knagges, Joh. 42 ; Marc. 139, 

235; Mat. 98; Step. 235; Tho. 86; 

Will. 87, 139 
Knapton, Hen. 183, 225 ; Joh. 177, 206, 

207, 270, 272; Pet. 64, 92, 107; Phil. 

270 ; Ric. 107 ; Rob. 92 ; Will. 207 



Knaton, Nic. 65 

Knight, Anth. 44 ; Rob. 67, 75 

Knipe, Jerv. 35 ; Tho. 243 ; Will. 273. 

See .Nipe 
Knowles, Knolles, Char. 121; Chris. 

249; Edm. 125, 151; Hen. 149, 227; 

Joh. 169, 193, 232; Jos. 281; Ric. 4, 

233 ; Tho. 232 ; Will. 134, 155, 199, 244 
Knowlson, Jos. 191 ; Tho. 288 
Knutton, Nic. 65 
Kyllynbeke, Killingbeke, Fran. 14, 27 ; 

Tho. 16, 31 



Labron, Joh. 275 

Lacan, Lakan, Lakin, Hen. 16; Joh. 

242 ; Mat. 178 ; Maths. 242 ; Ric. 15 ; 

Rob. 16; Tym. 157; Will. 25; Zach. 

200 

Lacy, Lacie, Tho. 87, 100 
Ladley, Rob. 34 
Laire, Lare, Layer, Arth. 136, 194, 206 ; 

Joh. 206 

Lakin, see Lacan 
Lamabie, Pet. 38 
Lambe, Geo. 48; Joh. 24, 43; Ric. 21, 

84 ; Tho. 5, 38, 43, 48 ; Will. 3, 24 
Lambert, Ambr. 63 ; Char. 106 ; Cuth. 2 ; 

Edw. 178, 225 ; Geo. 252 ; Hen. 154 ; 

Jac. 193 ; Joh. 189, 255 ; Simpson, 270 ; 

Step. 212, 252; Tho. 158; Tim. 136; 

Will. 183, 197 
Lambton, Rob. 41 

Lamley, Lamnley, Hen. 116 ; Joh. 66 
Lamplough, Geo. 92, 104, 105, 108, 125 
Lancaster, Lankister, Loncaster, Abr. 

81; Brian, 1, 31; Mar. Ill; Ric. 81. 

81 ; Sam. 281 

Land, Sam. 233. See Lawnd 
Landers, Lawnders, Cris. 6 ; Hen. 9 
Landes, Laundis, Rog. 42, 54 
Lane, Laine, Miles, 207 ; Rob. 280 ; Sam. 

207 ; Tho. 166 
Langdale, Langdayle, Ben. 255 ; Ric. 

255 ; Will. 102 
Langhorne, Lane. 54 
Langley, Char. 118 ; Joh. 128, 130, 138 ; 

Rog. 128 ; Tho. 74 
Langstay, Tho. 35 
Langstragrh, Will. 35 
Langton, Tho. 1 
Langwith, Languith, Edw. 253 ; Geo. 

253 ; Jac. and Jas. 200, 272 ; Joh. 182, 

198, 244, 253, 260, 285; Mart. 285; 

Osw. 244, 272 ; Rob. 33 ; Tris. 23 
Lappington, Rob. 83 
Lashley, Joh. 177, 220, 261 ; Tho. 220 
Lassells, Lasshells, Car. 181 ; Fran. 158 ; 

Tho. 200 
Lathes, Joh. 81 
Lathom, Laitham, Laytham, Anth. 191, 

230 ; Geo. 88 ; Joh. 76 ; Rob. 230 ; Tho. 

43, 76, 88 
Lathropp, Tho. 82 
Launsdale, see Lonsdale 



818 



THE FREEMEN OF YORK 



Laverocke, Laveroke, Chris, and Xpof. 
54, 79; Ric. 20, 54; Tho. 79; Will. 
104 

Law and Lawe, Chris. 154, 197 ; Jas. 154 ; 

Joh. 197, 250, 262; Mat. 195, 258; 

Rob. 205, 258 ; Tho. 131, 261, 288. See 

Loe 

Lawnd : Lawnde, Geo. 99 ; Rob. 85 ; Tho. 

85, 99. See Land 
Lawne, Tho. 50, 57, 74 
Lawrence, Laurence, Laurens, Lawrens, 
Lowrence, Anth. 2, 88, 44, 171 ; Chris, 
and Xpof. 17, 29, 152, 202 ; Edm. 29 ; 
Edw. 85; Hen. 21; Jac. and Jas. 88, 
136, 160, 264 ; Joh. 16, 78, 91, 111, 151 
218, 274 ; Lawr. 85 ; Mart. 38, 74, 78 
88 ; Mic. 23 ; Ric. 21, 243 ; Tho. 38, 111 
136, 151, 152, 160, 171, 202, 263, 264 
Will. 21, 23, 44 

Lawson, Geo. 191; Hen. 27, 178; Jac 
153; Joh. 205, 246; Phin. 147; Ric 
24, 233, 236, 255, 273 ; Rob. 181 ; Rowl 
64 ; Tho. 3, 24, 48, 268, 281 ; Will. 65 
151 

Lawton, Jos. 236 

Lawty, Lawtie, Joh. 112 ; Will. 121 
Laycock, Lacocke, Lacoke, Laicock, Fran 
71, 148, 268 ; Mart. 152 ; Mic. 84, 71 
72; Ric. 155; Rob. 72; Tho. 163 
Xpof. 46 
Laydrnan, Edw. 27 ; Guy, 20, 27 ; Nic 

20 

Layer, see Laire 

Layland, Lailand, Lealand, Jac. 170, 177, 

221, 224 ; Joh. 249 ; Jos. 221 ; Tho. 

221 

Layton, Eliz. 270 
Lazenby, Lasenby, Lasinby, Lasynbie, 
Laysonby, Lazonby, Laizonby, Ben. 
155, 227 ; Car. 204 ; Geo. 159 ; Hen. 
87, 158 ; Jac. and Jas. 37, 150, 194, 210, 
252 ; Joh. 84, 37, 94, 99, 113, 115, 155, 
157, 175, 194, 218. 235, 254, 270 ; Jos. 
191 ; Ric. 90 ; Rob'. 98, 140,174,265,284 ; 
Seth, 39, 89, 167, 216, 223, 229 ; .Tho. 
26, 63, 69, 89, 117, 125, 163, 175, 186, 
217, 223, 235, 251, 284 ; Wilf. 94 ; Will. 
64, 90, 96, 129, 168, 174, 191, 210, 227, 
289, 252, 254, 256 
Lea, Isaac, 279 ; Josh. 277 
Leach, Leache, Leech, Fran. 35 ; Hen. 
24, 61, 62, 118 ; Jac. and Jas. 105, 143, 
148 ; Jasp. 62, 105, 111, 118, 133 ; Joh. 
24, 89, 143, 184, 195, 200 ; Jos. 93, 183, 
148, 188, 218 ; Miles, 248 ; Ric. 6, 85 ; 
Tho. 14, 111 ; Will. 39 ; Xpof. 6, 14 
Leadale, Ledale, Ledall, Leedall, Chris. 
and Xpof. 66, 105, 107, 116, 119, 149, 
211 ; Edw. 138 ; Fran. 50, 138 ; Hen. 
52 ; Jac. 105 ; Joh. 56, 119, 265 ; Marm. 
2; Pet. 7; Ric. 107, 149, 211, 265; 
Rob. 8, 41, 52 ; Rog. 8, 13 ; Tho. 14, 
41, 48, 56, 66 ; Will. 7, 18, 138 
Leadam, Char. 217 
Leadley, Mann. 140, 252 ; Rob. 271 



Leaf, Leafe, Lef, Leife, Liefe, Edw. 28 ; 

Gabr. 143; Geo. 31; Hainan, 205; 

Marm. 72, 148; Mart. 28; Osw. 31; 

Tho. 218 

Leak, Leake, Chr. 223 ; Joh. 104 ; Ric. 

65 ; Tho. 64 ; Will. 214, 258 
Leakland, Hen. 159 
Lealam, Edw. 213 
Lealand, see Layland 
Lealeman, Mat. 54 
Leathley, Ric. 242 ; Rob. 174, 242 
Leaner, Leever, Rob. 72, 78 
Leckenbie, Leckonby, Geo. 141 ; Grac. 

216 ; Rob. 141, 216 ; Xpof. 56 
Ledgard, Chris. 154, 165 
Ledger, Rob. 275 

Lee, Agnes, 226 ; Ben. 160, 209, 220, 226 ; 
Edm. 236; Edw. 39, 192; Fran. 178; 
Geo. 122, 206 ; Hen. 10, 51, 74, 80, 89, 
90, 101, 118, 133, 147, 178, 186, 188, 
192, 206, 218, 260 ; Jac. 144, 192 ; Joh. 
8, 190, 241 ; Jos. 157, 220, 271 ; Mat. 
90, 131, 139, 157, 160, 190, 271, 273; 
Perciv. 8, 51; Ric. 8; Rog. 45; Tho. 
10, 80, 83, 101, 131,161, 164, 221 ; Will. 
74, 108, 118, 122, 133, 186, 188, 192, 
209, 235, 241, 260, 263 
Leeds, Leides, Hen. 70 ; Mart. 19, 52 
Leeming, Lemynge, Arth. 43 ; Tho. 69 
Legg, Legge, Ben. 188 ; Edw. 147 ; Hen. 
Bilson, 279; Joh. 80, 119, 122, 147, 188 ; 
Jos. 181; Tho. 122, 139, 181; Will. 
217 

Leggett, Tho. 20 

Leng, Lenge, Geo. 51, 88 ; Hen. 48 ; Joh. 
10, 43, 46, 51, 89, 97, 179, 260 ; Mic. 
44; Ric. 88, 110, 119, 153; Tho. 16, 
119, 153 ; Will. 9, 10, 16, 43, 44, 48 
Lentwere, Bern. 261, 274 
Leppington, Lepington, Leppyngton, 
Bart. 24, 56 ; Geo. 3 ; Jac. 3 ; Joh. 125, 
175, 242 ; Phelix, 132 ; Rob. 132 ; Tho. 
56, 175, 242 
Letbie, Tho. 50 
Leth, Matt. 21 

Levett, Levitt, Leavett, Geo. 120; Joh. 
65 ; Jos. Ill ; Marc. 176 ; Perciv. 28, 
25, 57, 60, 84, 89, 111 ; Sam. 73, 89 ; 
Xpof. 57 

Lewes, Lewis, Ric. 14 ; Will. 14, 245 
Lewty, Will. 18 
Liddall, Edw. 86 ; Fran. 86 
Lightfoot, Lightfoote, Hen. 281; Joh. 

126, 146 

Lindley, Linley, Lynley, Doyley, 147; 
Joh. 23, 28, 249; Tho. 27, 28, 249; 
Will. 193 
Dinn, Joh. 153 

Linsley, Lindsley, Linesley, Enocke, 

155 ; Jac. 136 ; Joh. 248 ; Mat. 146 ; 

Ric. 108, 146; Rob. 53, 94; Will. 

204 

Linton, Jeff. 212, 287; Joh. 245; Tho. 

108, 245, 281 
jisheman, Rog. 53 






INDEX 



319 



Lister, Lyster, Lyfcster, Alex. 200 ; Anth. ! 

102; Chris. 112, 178; Edw. 61, 93; 
Fran. 44 ; Geo. 50 ; Hug. 31, 61 ; Joh. 
6, 93, 99, 127, 272 ; Mat. 235, 262, 269, 

239; Nic. 66, 104; Kic. 11, 43, 82; 

Rob. 17, 58, 66, 82, 104; Tho. 16, 34, 

44 ; Trist. 11, 31, 64, 99 ; Will. 64, 153, 

178, 235, 289 
Lister-Kaye, Joh. 244 
Little, Lytle, Ben. 176 ; Edw. 127 ; Joh. 

231, 273; Bic. 86, 62, 79; Tho. 142, 

176,181, 227, 273; Will. 79, 142, 181, 

227, 231 

Littleton, Pet. 177 
Littlewood, Fran. 256 
Liversedge, Pet. 216 
Lobley, Ben. 134 ; Jac. and Jas. 62, 76, 

108, 134 ; Kic. 9, 57, 62, 92 
Lockarmouth, Lokermouth, Cuth. 32, 72 ; 

Kic. 72 

Lockey, Edw. 37 ; Tho. 56 
Lockley, Will. 97 
Lockwood, Joh. 132, 159, 194, 198, 203, 

253, 276; Rad. and Kalph, 127, 198; 

Tho. 281 ; Will. 99, 170, 176 
Lodge, Ludge, Geo. 90, 184 ; Joh. 49, 56, 

124, 145, 154, 197 ; Jos. 216, 234, 289 ; 

Mat. 43 ; Ric. 140 ; Tho. 16 
Loe, Joh. 136, 250. See Law 
Loft, Joh. 99, 143; Ric. 143; Tho. 204, 

234, 284 ; Xpof . 72, 99 
Lofthouse, Loftas, Loftous, Loftus, Edw. 

68, 87, 171, 186, 200, 253, 260 ; Fran. 

243, 265; Gyles, 140; Jac. 138, 166, 

190, 202; Joh. 89, 95, 124, 171, 268, 

280, 282 ; Perciv. 57 ; Rad. 122, 166, 

178, 208 ; Ric. 190, 255, 281 ; Rob. 55, 

90, 141, 178, 208 ; Sim. 50, 89 ; Slingsby, 

171 ; Will. 260, 279, 280 
Loncaster, see Lancaster 
Long, Longe, Joh. 148, 213, 258 ; Tho. 43, 

76 

Longworth, Abr. 248 
Lonsdale, Lonesdale, Launsdale, Lowns- 

dale, Chris. 268; Edw. 273; Geo. 99; 

Hen. 226, 271 ; Jac. 87 ; Joh. 35, 169 ; 

Leon. 4, 11, 35 ; Pet. 41, 99 ; Step. 11 ; 

Sym. 124 ; Will. 271 
Lorrimer, Leon. 92 
Louson, Joh. 161 
Lovell, Joh. 70, 77 ; Ric. 95 ; Tho. 42, 79, 

102 ; Will. 89 
Lowcock, Ebinezar, 247 ; Eleazar, 171, 

183, 226, 229 ; Joh. 229, 231 ; Tho. 237, 

247 ; Will. 226 
Lowe, Ric. 120 
Loweike, Mic. 38 
Lowrance, see Lawrance 
Lowson als. Jackson, Ric. 40 
Lowther, Edw. 20 ; Fran. 215, 274 ; Hen. 

278; Joh. 243, 256, 264; Luc. and 

Luke, 216, 225, 278; Nat. 158, 199, 

200, 215, 216, 241, 264, 274 ; Rob. 20 
Lucas, Ad. 77 ; Anth. 8 ; Fran. 87, 132, 

146, 190, 238 ; Hen. 83, 146 ; Jane, 226 ; 



Joh. 138, 177, 184, 193, 200, 216, 288 ; 

Rob. 78, 138; Tho. 8, 132, 184, 196, 

226 

Lullay, Lulley, Ric. 73 ; Will. 14 
Lumb, Lum, Joh. 46, 191 ; Ric. 190 
Luraley, Lomley, Ben. 280; Geo. 63; 

Ric. 24, 63; Rob. 96; Tho. 47, 130; 

Toes, 167, 180; Will. 125, 128, 144; 

Xpof. 14, 47 
Lund, Lunde, Abr. 146 ; Alex. 69 ; Anth. 

117, 162 ; Ben. 275 ; Chris, and Xpof. 

Ill, 132, 161; Edw. 52, 80, 92, 108, 

134,187,205,231, 244; Geo. 133, 192; 

Jacob, 120; Joh. 11, 47, 52, 71, 118, 

161, 192, 198, 234, 239, 251, 279 ; Laur. 

118; Mic. 162; Moses, 241; Ric. 80, 

104, 192, 198, 213, 235, 239, 270; 

Rob. 72, 120, 178 ; Rog. 167 ; Sam. 194 ; 

Seth. 120 ; Tho. 19, 31, 106, 177, 230, 

251, 278 ; Tim. 152 ; Will. 42, 80, 81, 

106, 146, 155, 157, 187, 231, 235, 241, 

256, 288 
Lunn, Edw. 194; Hen". 161; Joh. 194, 

224, 251; Sam. 161; Tho. 198, 245; 

Will. 245 
Luntley, Jas. 277 
Lupton, Joh. 174, 180 ; Perciv. 146, 192 ; 

Rad. 192 ; Will. 102, 140, 156 
Lutton, Joh. 10 ; Tho. 144, 149 
Luty, Geo. 62 ; Will. 62 
Lyghtborn, Strafford, 281 
Lymbard, Tho. 44 
Lyn, Lynn, Joh. 61 ; Rob. 102 
Lynnes. Lynis, Lynus, Hen. 28 ; Will. 33, 

140 ; Xpof. 44 
Lyon, Tho. 117 ; Will. 280 
Lytchworth, Joh. 19 
Lyth, Lythe, Geo. 181 ; Jac. 223 ; Nic. 

24 ; Will. 6 



Mabson, Joh. 144 

Mace, Car. and Char. 164, 200, 288; 

Elisha, 148, 193, 203, 208 ; Joh. 288 ; 

Josh. 208, 276, 284; Ric. 193, 284; 

Tho. 162, 194, 270 
Machell, Matchell, Joh. 184, 240 ; Rob. 

224, 287 

Macke, Joh. 101 
Mackerill, Mackerel, Mackrell, Hen. 

168, 214, 252, 266, 277, 283 ; Rob. 168, 

214, 252 ; Tho. 283 ; Will. 141, 277 
Maddison, Madison, Rob. 194 ; Tho. 194 ; 

Will. 223 
Madson, Joh. 143 ; Rob. 105, 150 ; Rowl. 

143 

Mady, Joh. 17 
Magham, see Maugham 
Magson, Jac. 64 
Mahum, Josias, 140 
Maineprice, Rob. 63 
Makegge, Joh. 21 ; Will. 21 
Makepeace, Mackepeace, Mat. 156 ; Will. 

101, 156 



820 



THE FREEMEN OF YORK 



Makereth, Mackwrith, Hen. 108, 153; 

Tho. 158 
Makin, Makine, Job. 200; Tho. 133; 

Will. 118, 165 
Malim, Tho. 104 
Malm, Joh. 138; Tho. 138 
Maliverer, Will. 84 
Mallett, Will. 41 
Mallison, Dor. 270 
Mallorie, Walt. 249 
Maltby, Maltbie, Cris. 6, 11, 24 ; Eic. 13, 

52 
Malton, Mat. 63 ; Eob. 30, 63, 151 ; Tho. 

8,278 
Maltus, Tho. 195; Will. 195. See 

Mawtus 
Man, Mann, Geo. 212, 253 ; Joh. 87, 138, 

248, 253; Pet. 72, 81; Hie. 81, 119, 

138 ; Tho. 188, 237 ; Will. 64, 243 
Manard, Manerds, Will. 18, 102 
Mangy, Mangie, Manegey, Arth. 156, 

206 ; Chris. 75 ; Edw. 40, 82, 123 ; Geo. 

130,148; Hen. 82, 148, 156; Nic. 38; 

Pet. 88 ; Tho. 180, 157. See Mungie 
Mankins, Mankyn, Abr. 99 ; Step. 53, 99 ; 

Will. 10, 53 
Manklin, Manklins, Manclins, Mancklins, 

Anderton, 210; Ben. 210, 271; Geo. 

83, 115, 130 ; Gilbt. 71, 93 ; Kic. 153, 

177,223; Will. 115, 153, 210 
Manners, Rob. 120 
Manning, Jabez, 217 
Mansfield, Mansefeild, Isaac, 186 ; Joh. 

17 

Manssell, Joh. 27 
Mapperley, Sim. 1 
Mapples, Fran. 19 
Maram, Ric. 140 

Marchant, Merchant, Marm. 205, 237 
Marfield, Marfeild, Geo. 130, 177 ; Mic. 

177 
Marfield alias Markenfield, Jac. 225; 

Mic. 225 

Marfitt, Tho. 265, 268 
Margrave, Tho. 262 
Markenfield, Markinfield, Metcalfe, 189, 

242 
Markenfield alias Marfield, Jac. 225; 

Mic. 225 

Markham, Abr. 251 ; Ben. 204, 251 
Markindale, Trust. 116; Will. 116 
Marley, Job, 78 ; Will. 281 
Marmaduke, Greg. 17 
Marr, Nic. 10, 52 ; Tho. 52 
Marriott, Marrieot, Marryot, Fred. 115, 

158 ; Mat. 158 
Marsden, Eliz. 192 ; Hen. 192 ; Joh. 187, 

206, 213, 228; Eic. 206, 284; Tho. 284 
Marser, see Mercer 
Marsh, Geo. 212, 275 ; Joh. 268 ; Jos. 

261, 279; Philemon, 112, 172, 214, 

269; Ric. 172,212, 214, 215; Eob. 87; 

Tho. 198 
Marshall, Marchall, Andr. 36; Anna, 

216; Char. 268; Edw. 180; Geo. 42, 



209, 231 ; Guy, 49 ; Hen. 62, 74 ; Jac. 
and Jas. 109, 136, 155, 196, 224, 279, 
284 ; Joh. 5, 6, 29, 32, 86, 49, 56, 68, 73, 
82, 90, 106, 122, 126, 134, 144, 145, 150, 
181, 216, 229; Luke, 255 ; Marm. 262 ; 
Mart. 4, 66; Phin. 167; Ead. 56; 
Ralph, 280 ; Ric. 40, 44, 68, 130, 196, 
201; 'Rob. 32, 38, 66, 115, 129, 173, 
186; Rog. 55; Ram. 138; Sus. 173; 
Tho. 27, 39, 41, 45, 61, 70, 73, 90, 104, 

122, 184, 149, 168, 171, 181, 196, 201, 

264, 279 ; Tob. 64 ; Will. 24, 29, 36, 60, 
61, 62, 64, 73, 87, 104, 126, 130, 144, 
145, 150, 209 

Marsingale, Eob. 76 

Marston, Andr. 97, 133 ; Hen. 147, 187 ; 

Joh. 109, 147, 187, 238 ; Jos. 238 ; Pet. 

5 ; Ead. 51, 97 ; Eic. 237 ; Tho. 166, 

199 ; Will. 2, 5, 9, 51, 75 
Marticke, Tho. 22 
Martin, Martyn, Andr. 106; Geo. 66; 

Joh. 243 ; Sim. 42, 47 ; Tho. 82, 196, 

264 

Marton, Tho. 260 
Maser, Masser, Masscer, Bryan, 243, 

287 ; Edw. 272 ; Joh. 287 ; Tho. 205, 

265, 272 

Mashbrother, Alex. 103 ; Geo. 103 
Mashroder, Mashrother, Alex. 134 ; Geo, 

41, 134, 162, 225 ; Joh. 36, 41 ; Marm. 

225; Eob. 36; Eog. 21; Xpof. 

21 
Maskall, Mascall, Meskall, Edw. 124; 

Joh 60; Jonas, 105, 126, 139; Nic. 

120 ; Eob. 169, 209, 252 ; Tho. 68, 96, 

105, 120, 124, 130, 139, 165, 209, 279 ; 

Will. 118, 130 
Maskew, Meskew, Rob. 14, 20 ; Tho. 20, 

109 ; Will. 19, 35, 58, 109, 117 
Maslyn, Joh. 104 
Mason, Masen, Mai son, May son, Ad. 16, 

53 ; Ambr. 14 ; Anth. 12 ; Edm. 16 ; 

Edw. 40, 116, 162 ; Geo. 16, 53, 78, 83, 

88, 118, 134, 178, 180, 181; Jac. 178, 

230; Joh. 72, 73, 78, 178, 218, 229, 

288, 251, 273; Mic. 256; Nat. 245; 

Paul, 3; Ric. 6, 13, 31, 40, 112, 117, 

123, 236, 266 ; Rob. 83, 118, 123, 132, 
142; Step. 249; Tho. 1, 3, 6, 11, 13, 
14, 20, 73, 91, 94, 112, 116, 142, 153, 
162, 163, 176, 182, 199, 200, 220, 229, 
243, 251, 268, 273 ; Will. 2, 11, 31, 51, 
53, 67, 88, 91, 181, 196, 220, 238, 272 ; 
Xpof. 18, 51 

Masterman, Maisterman, Ben. 119; 

Chris. 264 ; Geo. 190, 230, 237, 263 ; 

Joh. 69,82, 97, 119,230,259, 268; Ead. 

53; Eob. 186, 259, 261, 277; Sam. 114, 

119 ; Tho. 54, 60, 114 ; Will. 144, 186, 

237, 261 

Matchell, see Macliell 
Mather, Edw. 84 
Matheray, Matherah, Joh. 204, 236, 263 ; 

Will. 263 
Matheus, Will. 68 



INDEX 



321 



Mathew, Mathews, Mathewea, Mathue, 

Abr. 213, 252 ; Geo. 121, 182 ; Job. 24, 

38, 162, 217, 285, 268 ; Leon. 169, 196 ; 

Paul, 235, 274, 279; Eob. 122, 162; 

Sam. 266; Step. 119, 136; Tho. 68, 

118, 122, 161, 169, 180, 226, 227, 274 ; 

Tob. 161, 191, 196, 200, 204, 226, 285, 

266, 279 ; Will. 74, 119, 180, 217 
Matterson, Mattison, Mattyson, Chris. 

267; Edw. 271; Fran. 229; Pet. 280; 

Rob. 87 ; Bowl. 95, 134 ; Tho. 140, 199, 

283 

Hattys, Jac. 14 
Maugham, Magham, Maghame, Fran. 

195 ; Hen. 112, 144, 179, 195 ; Nic. 

120; Rad. 33; Ric. 115, 179 ; Tho. 112, 

272 ; Will. 83 
Maukland, Geo. 97 
Maw, Mawe, Job.. 104, 139 ; Mat. 57 ; 

Rob. 234 ; Tho. 65 ; Will. 243, 265 
Mawburne, Fran. 101, 103 
Mawde, Maud, Chris. 128; Edm. 152, 

180; Jac. and Jas. 178, 254; Job. 15, 

28, 100, 152, 180, 256, 265 ; Rob. 5, 15 ; 

Will. 254, 264 
Mawlam, Job. 280 
Mawman, Geo. 136, 166, 213 ; Job. 166, 

172, 213, 240 ; Will. 149 
Mawmond, Rob. 49, 132 
Mawson, Anth. 14 ; Geo. 122 ; Hen. 279 ; 

Job. 271 ; Jos. 245 
Mawtus Mawtass, Moltas, Job. 128; 

Tho. 260; Will. 130, 260; Xpof. 54. 

See Maltus 
Maxfield, Maxfeild, Ben. 215; Job. 60, 

79 ; Step. 215 ; Will. 79 
Maxon, Jac. 177 ; Job. 177 ; Tho. 153 
Maxwell, Ben. 166, 269; Brian, 6, 46; 

Chris, and Xpof. 11, 88; Hen. 127; 

Job. 27, 116, 120, 127, 141, 156, 269 ; 

Maths. 188; Ric. 31; Tho. 116, 155, 

156, 166, 188 ; Will. 11, 27, 29, 31, 46, 

88, 120 

Maxy, Job. 172 
May, Maye, Maie, Andr. 53, 69, 103; 

Hen. 8, 9, 27, 103, 132 ; Job. 234 ; Tho. 

18, 53, 58, 64, 204 
Mayer. Job. 232, 234, 261 
Maynman, Mainman, Mayneman, Anth. 

13; Edw. 51, 90; Job. 256; Tho. 13, 

51, 54 

Meacy, Hen. 277 
Mead, Edw. 175, 221 
Meales, Tho. 209 ; Will. 169, 209 
Meas, Mease, Marc. 187 ; Will. 16 
Meburne, Mebourne, Arnold, 79 ; Joh. 

41,69 

Meeke, Geo. 129 ; Joh. 222 
Megson, Fran. 239 ; Joh. 25; Ric. 125, 173 
Mellar, Meller, Mellor, Edw. 178, 240; 

Hen. 258 ; Joh. 178, 191 ; Tho. 213, 

228 ; Will. 191, 240, 258 
Mellay, Melley, Gilb. 100; Joh. 145; 

Tho. 100 
Meltynby, Grig. 11 ; Joh. 11 

VOL. II. 



Mercer, Marcer, Marser, Andr. 213 ; 
Hen. 24; Job. 1, 24 

Mercer alias Kilvington, Andr. 270, 282 

Merchant, see Marchant 

Merrington, Mic. 181, 239 ; Will. 239 

Merry, Chris. 176, 225, 288; Joh. 198; 
Jonath. 206; Sam. 206, 276; Walt. 
276 

Mers, Laur. 25 

Messenger, Messinger, Messynger, Rob. 
18, 245 ; Step. 2, 80 ; Tho. 2, 12, 30 ; 
Will. 12 

Metcalf, Conyers, 255 ; Edm. 57, 59, 70, 
103, 117 ; Fran. 60, 78, 101, 142 ; Geo. 
88, 44, 208, 274; German, 192; Gilb. 
165, 174, 249 ; Godf. 94 ; Hen. 18, 31 ; 
Jac. and Jas. 32, 39, 66, 68, 78, 80, 101, 
142 ; Joh. 6, 17, 22, 25, 45, 56, 57, 63, 
76, 103, 126, 255 ; Marc. 60, 63 ; Mic. 
45 ; Parsyv, 22, 38 ; Pet. 68, 72 ; Ric. 
22, 115, 124, 144, 243, 279 ; Rob. 59, 83, 
126, 247 ; Rog. 36, 45, 92 ; Tho. 6, 24, 
80, 92, 95, 154, 184, 192, 208, 243, 247, 
274 ; Vine. 27 ; Will. 92, 98, 100, 110, 
141, 159 ; Xpof. 23, 45 

Metham, Mettame, Guy, 19, 24; Hug. 
47 ; Will. 10, 47 

Mexon, Fran. 159 

Micklefield, Micklefeild,Mickilfeild, Edw. 
138; Geo. 168; Joh. 109, 147, 182, 
190, 210; Jos. 190, 246; Sam. 147, 
168 ; Will. 87, 138, 143, 182, 279 

Micklethwate, Mickilthwate, Mikle- 
thwate, Mikylthwate, Mykylthwate, 
Eliaz, 32, 37, 63, 76 ; Franc. 27 ; Rad. 
6, 25 ; Step. 25 

Middlesell, Geo. 120 

Middleton, Midleton, Mydleton, Myddel- 
ton, Myddylton, Anth. 59, 62, 83, 100, 
187 ; Arth. 13 ; Edw. 41, 52, 68 ; Fran. 
68, 72 ; Geo. 14, 16, 21, 51, 55, 115, 158, 
160, 194; Joh. 33, 34, 158, 194, 249, 
283 ; Miles, 34 ; Pet. 38, 49 ; Reg. 28 ; 
Ric. 160, 212, 243, 283 ; Rob. 6, 38, 34, 
41, 42, 43 ; Rog. 17, 59, 62 ; Roll. 7, 17, 
84; Tho. 5, 10, 16, 38, 55, 137, 159; 
Will. 5, 7, 21, 41, 51, 237 

Midgley, Joh. 183 ; Will. 216 

Midlebrooke, Jas. 159 ; Joh. 165 

Milburn, Joh. 13, 47, 180; Marm. 188, 
228 ; Ric. 137, 168, 180, 188, 215 ; Rob. 
168, 214 ; Will. 47 

Milfeild, Joh. 206 ; Sam. 206 

Milhouse, Geo. 108 

Miller, Millar, Myller, Car. 206 ; Ric. 58 ; 
Tho. 206. See Milner 

Millerson, Rob. 46 

Milles, Mills, Alex. 196; Harley, 288; 
Joh. 275 ; Mic. 38. See Milnes 

Millikyn, Joh. 52 

Millington, Edw. 88 

Milner, Millner, Mylner, Geo. 202 ; Joh. 
24, 132; Josias, 140; Lane. 56; Mic. 
256; Rob. 80; Tho. 63, 80, 153, 159, 
202, 219, 259, 283 ; Will. 215. See Miller 



322 



THE FREEMEN OF YORK 



Milnes, Millnes, Joh. 59, 97, 173 ; Tho. 

136. See Milles 
Mitchell, Michell. Chris. 135, 219, 243 ; 

Corn. 131 ; Geo. 131, 247 ; Hen. 144, 

188; Joh. 159, 195, 197, 199, 243, 253; 

Jos. 267 ; Marc, and Mark, 162, 199, 

219 238; Mat. 237 ; Bic. 189, 205, 238, 

248 Rob. 56, 106, 131, 152, 188, 287 ; 

Rog. 167, 197 ; Will. 115, 159, 195, 247, 

253, 267 
Mitchelson, Metchelson, Joh. 234, 282 ; 

Mat. 231, 282 ; Tho. 282 ; Will. 280 
Mitcheson, Joh. 33 
Mitley, Char. 264 ; Geo. 90 ; Tho. 50 
Mitton, Mittin, Myton, Cris. and Xpof. 

36, 77 ; Joh. 10, 36 ; Rob. 91 
Mold, Mould, Edw. 232 ; Joh. 136, 144 ; 

Rob. 159 
Mollett, Mollitt, Joh. 140; Jos. 272; 

Sam. 149 

Momforth, Hen. 94 
Monigie, Xpof. 58. See Mungie 
Monkhouse, Munckhouse, Tho. 66 ; Xpof. 

35 
Monkman, Monkeman, Dion. 58; Jas. 

280 
Monkton, Monckton Moncton, Mounck- 

ton, Muncton, Abr. 126 ; Anth. 59, 65 ; 

Geo. 54 ; Joh. 7, 222, 255 ; Ric. 263 ; 

Rob. 7, 54 ; Tho. 187, 255 ; Will. 187, 

214, 222, 262, 263 ; Xpof. 126 
Moody, Rob. 154 
Mooke, Tho. 227 
Moor. More, Anth. 227; Fran. 87, 96, 

184, 135, 172, 208, 218, 249 ; Guy, 104 ; 
Hen. 91, 135, 143, 155 ; Jas. 143 ; Joh. 
56, 88, 102, 134, 135, 147, 155, 159, 
163, 174, 196, 200, 207, 208, 242, 257, 
261 ; Perkins, 257 ; Pet. 218 ; Ric. 33, 
118, 163; Rob. 59, 67; Tho. 33, 146, 
163, 207, 265, 280 ; Will. 90, 127, 134, 

185, 138, 174, 249 

Moorhouse, Edw. 229, 273, 284; Fran. 

284 
Moorwood, Moorewood, Fran. 138, 155, 

184 
Mordant, Mordaunt, Eliz. 272 ; Mat. 165, 

201, 267, 272 

Morden, Mordan, Joh. 35, 43, 133 ; Rob. 15 
Morfitt, Tho. 255. See Murfitt 
Morlan, Will. 107 
Morland, Fran. 106 ; Joh. 30, 186 ; Step. 

2, 80 
Morley, Alex. 85 ; Edw. 281 ; Fran. 72, 

120, 124, 253; Joh. 73, 95, 190, 235, 

239. 284 ; Nehem. 169, 233, 234, 248, 

253'; Nic. 205; Pet. 120; Ric. 200; 

Rob. 187, 223, 234, 253; Step. 33; 

Tho. 243, 284; Will. 33, 71, 105, 128, 

179, 235, 253 ; Xpof. 105 
Morresby, Geo. 9; Pat. 9 
Morris, Morres, Rog. 5 ; Will. 166 
Morritt, Morrett, Joh. 117, 138, 174, 219; 

Seth, 281 ; Tho. 107, 138 ; Will. 281 
Mortimer, Geo. 277 ; Joh. 109, 216, 220, 



227, 283 ; Jonath. 163, 202, 221 ; Rob. 

202, 283 ; Tho. 216, 277 ; Tim. 154 ; 

Will. 220 
Morton, Ann, 273 ; Chris. 58 ; Jac. 43, 

55 ; Joh. 51, 223, 268, 273, 285 ; Mercy, 

268; Perciv. 54, 59; Ric. 10, 32,285; 

Rob. 43, 51, 61; Rol. 55; Tho. 43; 

Will. 20, 21, 32, 41, 42, 52, 55, 61, 230. 

See Murton 
Morwyn, Rog. 68 
Mnseley, Mosley, Mooseley, Joh. 45 ; 

Rowl. 171, 174 ; Tho. 15, 19, 31, 46, 

132, 147, 162, 226, 227 
Moses, Fran. 87 ; Will. 82 
Mosey, Mosy, Moysey, Joh. 98, 144, 154, 

173; Jos. 143; Mic. 50; Tho. 154; 

Will. 42, 281 

Mosse, Humf. 91 ; Joh. 123 
Mossett, Will. 153 
Mounsey, Tho. 281 
Mouiisor Tho. 217 
Mountain, Mountayne, Abr. 182 ; Chris. 

and Xpof. 66, 111, 202 ; Edw. 64, 107 ; 

Geo. 27, 64, 107 ; Joh. Ill ; Phil. 163 ; 

Rob. 176, 253; Tho. 113; Will. 113, 

163, 202 

Mounton, Phil. 123 ; Will. 123 
Mowbray, Mawbray, Joh. 73, 172 ; Sam. 

206 ; Tho. 123, 172, 174, 206 
Mower, Hen. 6 ; Ric. 4 ; Tho. 5 
Moxon, Fred. 275; Hewley, 201, 252, 

275 ; Joh. 135, 201 ; Tho. 22 
Moyser, Ad. 178 ; Chris. 143 ; Edw. 85 ; 

Geo. 97. 115, 143; Jas. 159; Joh. 82, 

266 ; Mic. 82, 85 ; Ric. 33 
Moyses, Moises, Cuth. 29 ; Joh. 42 
Much, Geo. 154 
Mudd, Mud, Chris. 124, 169, 174 ; Hen. 

25, 62; Jac. 25, 26; Joh. 195, 197; 

Walt. 1, 25 ; Will. 174, 239, 245 
Muffitt, Joh. 94 
Munday, Geo. 153 
Mundell, Mundall, Will. 149, 176 
Mungie, Geo. 92, 115 ; Hen. 110 ; Xpof. 

92, 110. See Mangy and Monigie 
Munke, Muncke, Ann, 94, 95 
Murfitt, Murfeite, Tho. 136; Will. 165. 

See Morfitt 
Murgatroyd, Murgetroyd, Ben. 211, 254, 

276; Joh. 190; Jonas, 205; Jos. 183; 

Rob. 254 
Murthwaite, Hen. 137 ; Tho. 175 ; Will. 

175 
Murton, Humf. 62; Jac. 100, 188; Joh. 

84, 86, 134, 148, 181, 183, 188, 232, 286 ; 

Jonath. 286 ; Perciv. 74, 83 ; Rob. 13, 

29, 83, 86, 134; Thos. 29, 84, 100; 

Will. 74, 80, 183, 232 ; Xpof. 21. See 

Morton 
Musgrave, Chris, and Xpof. 65, 99, 103, 

287; Joh. 75, 99, 126, 165, 203, 214, 

258 ; Marm. 158, 199, 222, 283, 287 ; 

Phil. 283; Ric. 205; Rob. 130, 203, 

258, 259; Tho. 205; Wait, 214; Will. 

126, 167, 199, 226, 271 



INDEX 



323 



Myers, Myres, Arth. 3 ; Edw. 20 ; Geo. 
173; Hen. 48, 222, 230: Jerem. 195, 
241; Joh. 22, 61, 71, 112, 143, 183, 
267 ; Jouath. 148 ; Mat. 107, 139 ; Mic. 
152, 221 ; Eic. 84 ; Rob. 15, 24, 55, 71, 
91, 113; Tho. 74, 119, 180, 200, 246; 
Trin. 48, 84, 107, 114, 119, 139, 143, 
180, 200 ; Watt, 246 ; Will. 197, 205 

Mynn, Mynne, Myn, Jac. 51 ; Joh. 8, 51 ; 
Tho. 8, 15 ; Will. 15 



Nailor, Nayler, Naler, Fran. 210; Joh. 

264, 279 ; Leon. 92 ; Bob. 46, 55, 97, 

137, 210; Tho. 58, 83, 97, 121, 135, 

137 ; Will. 58 
Nalson, Bob. 218 
Napier, Nappier, Nappyer, Barb. 225 ; 

Chr. 169 ; Joh. 181, 229 ; Luc. 232 
Neallale, Bic. 223 
Needham, Joh. 129 
Neizome, Bob. 147 
Neleton, Joh. 170 
Nellist, Sam. 263 
Nelson, Neleson, Abr. 184; Barn. 217; 

Brian, 86, 146; Car. 181; Fran. 98; 

Hen. 51, 54; Joh. 6, 71, 85, 150; Jos. 

42, 80, 107, 113; Nat. 127; Pet. 4, 36 

46, 51; Bic. 56, 69, 71, 113, 119, 140; 

Bob. 20, 49, 129, 204, 263 ; Tho. 4, 11, 

46, 54, 76, 85, 263; Will. 11, 49, 54, 

112, 141, 168, 186, 225, 281 
Nelstrop, Bic. 229, 271 
Nesfeild, Callithesicies, 169; Joh. 113, 

169 ; Theop. 102 ; Tim. 104 
Nesse, Fran. 72 

Netherwood, Jos. 237, 272 ; Will. 256 
Nevile, Nevill, Nevell, Chris. 71; Hen. 

12, 31, 55, 59, 68, 71, 74, 96, 99, 110 ; 

Jas. 120; Joh. 130, 140; Jos. 142; 

Mat. 96 ; Bad. and Balph, 55, 74, 99, 

120 ; Sam. 153, 193 ; Tho. 59, 71, 110, 

130, 142, 153, 163, 193 ; Will. 68, 110 
Nevison, Jas. 281 
Newarke, Fran. 163, 176 
Newball, Tho. 114 
Newbud, Will. 110 
Newby, Newbie, Nuby, Abr. 141 ; Edw. 

104, 110; Fran. 30, 62, 67, 75; Geo. 

60, 217 ; Jac. 3, 14 ; Joh. 21, 63, 205 ; 

Pet. 48 ; Bic. 14, 48, 60, 141, 164, 222 ; 

Tho. 75 ; Will. 3, 30, 37, 61, 62, 67, 104 
Newcomb, Joh. 186, 228, 252 ; Jos. 252 ; 

Leon. 228, 276 

Newett, Newit, Geo. 41 ; Will. 2, 41 
Newham, Joh. 133 ; Bob. 142, 216 ; Tho. 

115, 142 ; Will. 142, 199 
Newhouse, Joh. 106 
Newis, Joh. 142 
Newlove, Joh. 144 

Newsome, Newsam, Chris. 98 ; Geo. 55, 
67, 101, 137, 182 ; Joh. 10, 67, 87, 101, 
137 ; Bob. 59 ; Boll, and Bowl. 34, 95, 
98 ; Tho. 10 ; Will. 10 
Newson, Joh. 46 



Newstead, Chris. 219, 276 ; Geo. 219, 
276; Joh. 210, 254, 284; Tho. 152, 210, 
219, 239, 276, 284 ; Will. 239, 278 
Newton, Edm. 270; Egid. 88 ; Hen. 129; 
Joh. 14, 96, 129, 232, 280; Jos. 266; 
B.ad. and Balph, 137, 179; Bic. 68, 91 ; 
Bob. 179, 260 ; Sam. 91 ; Tho. 6, 20 ; 
Will. 45, 60, 91 ; Xpof. 36 

Nichols, Nicholls, Edw. 78 ; Will. 255 
Nicholson, Nicldeson, Nickolson, Nychol- 
son, Nyccolson, Nicholnson, Andr. 76, 
88, 94, 111 ; Anth. 64, 93, 99 ; Brian, 
52; Cuth. 95; Edw. 69n., 110; Egid v 
89; Fran. 139, 159; Geo. 39, 70, 71, 
120; Jac. 99; Jeff. 102; Joh. 52, 103, 
132, 164, 213, 239, 250 ; Jos. 120 ; Mat. 
53, 98, 101 ; Mic. 52, 191 ; Mig. 5 ; 
Owen, 181, 250 ; Bic. 19, 205 ; Bob. 7, 
51, 57, 164, 224; Bog. 7; Sam. 110; 
Tho. 1, 51, 143 ; Val. 55, 98, 150, 239, 
259 ; Will. 23, 53, 67, 73, 93, 98, 101, 
139, 143, 150, 205, 236, 239, 259, 262, 
266, 275, 278 ; Will. Geo. 266 ; Xpof. 43 

Nicholson alias Biley, Joh. 73 ; Will. 37, 
73 

Nicholson alias Byley, Joh. 37 

Nicksoii, Nikson, Nixson, Nixon, Edw. 
172; Josh. 213, 274; Nic. 146, 211, 
213, 274; Pet. 32, 53; Bic. 15; Bob. 
32 ; Tho. 275 ; Will. 53, 211 

Nightingale, Nightengale, Nightgale, 
Edw. 112, 115, 146, 158; Email. 158 ; 
Mic. 136 ; Tho. 146, 187 ; Will. 91, 124, 
205 

Nipe, Tho. 128. See Knipe 

Nisbitt, Tho. 102, 112 

Noble, Chris. 62; Geo. 33; Hen. 178 
235 ; Beg. 40 ; Bic. 8, 13, 33, 40 

Nodder, Tho. 5 

Norfolk, Jos, 249 ; Tho. 225, 244 

Nolson, Edw. 69; Geo 26, 47. Sea 
Nowlson 

Norman, Joh. 70 ; Bic. 183 ; Tho. 140, 
183 

Normanvell, Edw. 42 ; Joh. 48, 101 ; 
Xpof. 101 

Norrison, Fran. 192 ; Joh. 140, 192, 201 

North, Joh. 16, 279 ; Bic. 2, 16 ; Tho. 
122 ; Will. 32, 74, 96, 237. See Worth 

Northaby, Nic. 68 

Northen, Alex. 17 

Northorp, Jos. 262 

Northouse, Ben. 268 

Norton, Edw. 61 ; Joh. 214 ; Myles, 17 ; 
Sam. 135 

Nortson, Pet. 203 

Norwood, Joh. 76 

Note, William, 249 

Nother, Geo. 47 ; Tho. 47 

Nottingham, Nottyngham, Geo. 245 ; 
Tho. 265 ; Will. 7 

Nowell, Nowill, Hen. 55 ; Joh. 277 ; Tho. 
98 

Nowlson, Will. 256. See Nolson 

Nuns, Will. 123 

y 2 



824 



THE FREEMEN OF YORK 



Nursaw, Tho. 267 
Nursay, Will. 193 
Nussey, Eic. 58 

Nutkyn, Nutkynge, Joh. 9; Ead. and 
Ralf. 9, 39 ; Tho. 39 



Oastler, Ostler, Joh. 117 ; Tho. 5 ; Will. 

246, 267 

Oddy, Oddie, Joh. 269 ; Will. 120 
Oglestrop, Tho. 32 
Oldcorne, Ouldcorne, Harb. 88; Hug. 

26 ; Joh. 26 ; Ric. 148 ; Rob. 88 ; Tho. 

148. See Aid come 
Oldfield, Oldfeild, Ouldfeild, Chr. 233; 

Phil. 248 ; Tho. 84 ; Will. 112 
Oley, Jos. 106 
Oliver, Barn. 193; Baumont, 284; Geo. 

225 ; Jac. and Jas. 188, 235, 244 ; Joh. 

112, 148, 179, 206, 219, 235, 273, 288; 

Marm. 162, 198 ; Rad. and Ralph, 134, 

153, 162, 179 ; Ric. 144, 244, 284 ; Sam. 

219, 288; Tho. 72, 96, 134, 137, 144, 

153, 193, 198, 206, 207 ; Will. 159, 225 
Oliverson, Olliverson, Rob. 193 ; Tho. 153 
Olley, Malego, 208 ; Mic. 208 
Olyf, Joh. 3 ; Pet. 3 
Omfrey, Joh. 162 
Orrell, Edw. 123 
Orrome, Tho. 93 

Orton, Joh. 125 ; Jos. 158 ; Tho. 115 
Osborne, Osburne, Edw. 90 ; Joh. 193 ; 

251 ; Peregrine, 165 ; Tho. 128 
Osterfield, Ambr. 188; Geo. 158, 183, 

194 ; Tho. 194 ; Will. 280 
Otley, Chris. 79 ; Edw. 45, 79, 89 ; Geo. 

70, 99, 133; Godf. 99; Joh. 104; 

Malleca, 154 ; Mic. 89, 154 
Otterburne, Fran. 140 
Outhwaite, Owthwaite, Fran. 96; Geo. 

265 ; Pet. 131 ; Will. 2, 195 
Overen, Overon, Andr. 109 ; Hamond 

119 
Overend, Overand, Ben. 197 ; Edw. 114, 

152, 197 ; Joh. 32, 191, 274 ; Rob. 32 ; 

Tho. 171, 189, 191, 197, 251 ; Will. 114. 

152 
Ovington, Hen. 224, 273, 278, 289 ; Joh. 

253, 273 ; Rob. 289 ; Tho. 174, 224, 253 
Owbridge, Joh. 281 
Owram, Bryant, 274; Geo. 130, 140; 

Joh. 165, 191, 274, 283 ; Mat. 227, 234, 

283 ; Ric. 112 ; Rob. 185 ; Step. 180 
Owsman, Owzeman, Ric. 121 ; Will. 141, 

See Howsman 
Owataby, Owsterby, Joh. 73, 131; Tho. 

Owsten, Joh. 90 

Oxnard, Oxnerd, Oxenerd, Josias 102 

103, 189 
Oxley, Amor. 234, 244 ; Will. 209, 250 

Pacey, Pacy, Joh. 205, 224 
Pudmore, Will. 41 



Page, Paige, Arth. 52 ; Gilb. 13, 52 ; Joh. 

52 ; Mat. 6 ; Ric. 118, 170 ; Will. 79, 116 
Paget, Pagett, Paggett, Padgett, Hen. 

140 ; Joh. 215, 262 ; Ric. 87, 98, 280 ; 

Rob. 91 ; Tim. 65 ; Will. 183 
Pa ley, Will. 163 
Palframait, Palfreman, Hen. 21, 37 ; Joh. 

213, 253 ; Ric. 21 ; Xpof. 37 
Pallister, Pallester, Pallaster, Palleser, 

Palysar, Geo. 243 ; Jac. and Jas. 70, 

77, 276; Joh. 5, 45, 77, 182 ; M*-rc. and 

Mark, 127, 218; Marm. 159, 218; Mic. 

70; Rob. 124, 186; Tho. 117, 182; 

Will. 43, 50, 186 ; Xpof. 9, 48 
Palmer, Pawmer, Ric. 17, 107 
Palmes, Joh. 273 
Pannell, Joh. 45 
Pannett, Edw. 79; Joh. 130; Rob. 42, 

68, 79 ; Will. 57, 96, 118 
Pansax, Tho. 68. See Pausax 
Pape, Paipe, Jac. 7 ; Joh. 136 ; Pet. 7 ; 

Tho. 7, 30, 205 ; Will. 7 
Parish, Sam. 280 
Parker, Alex. 36; Chris, and Xpof. 40, 

112, 186 ; Edw. 109, 133, 171, 220, 242 ; 

Fardin. 35; Fran. 238; Gadus. 93; 

Geo. 18, 42, 109, 236; Gilb. 203, 211; 

Hen. 20; Hug. 3, 36; Israel, 117; 

Joh. 3, 4, 7, 62; Mat. 53; Ogw. 7; 

Rad. 62, 93, 109 ; Rob. 13 ; Tho. 4, 5, 

17, 20, 33, 35, 40, 42, 53, 186, 220; 

Will. 83, 62, 189, 242 
Parkin, Parkyn, Fran. 280; Geo. 167, 

210, 211; Hen. 31; Joh. 210, 227; 

Sym. 132 ; Rad. 185, 210 ; Tho. 211 
Parkinson, Parkynson, Edna. 8, 279 ; Jac. 

and Jas. 98, 281; Joh. 112, 256; 

Ric. 151; Rob. 88, 255; Sam, 249; 

Tho. 163 ; Will. 83 
P'maley, Joh. 15 ; Leon. 15 
Parrat, see Perrot 
Partridge, Joh. 114; Jos. 81, 114 
Parson, Will. 13 
Paruter, Tho. 134 
Patrick, Pattrick, Patterick, Abr. 171, 

218, 221; Geo. 144, 192, 252, 268; 

Hen. 86, 200; Isaac, 221; Joh. 121, 

147, 156, 167, 192; Mark, 183; Rad. 

173, 215 ; Ric. 131, 218 ; Rob. 143, 173 ; 

Sam. 167, 199; Tho. 86, 116, 131, 143, 

144, 147, 152 ; Will. 79, 116, 121, 199, 

215, 264, 268 
Pattison, Patteson, Abr. 207 ; Geo. 203 ; 

Hen. 120 ; Jac. 144 ; Joh. 207, 276, 286, 

287 ; Lane. 131 ; Rob. 88 ; Will. 231, 286 
Pattison alias Pattison, Geo. 287 
Patton, Joh. 88 
Paul, Paule, Paull, Joh. 174 ; Ric. 40, 78, 

181 ; Will. 190, 239 
Pausax, read Pansax 
Pawlinge, Joh. 20 
Pawson, Elias, 178,186; Hen. 131, 178, 

215 ; Sam. 68, 70, 273, 278 ; Tho. 215 
Payler, Paylor, Joh. 2H3 ; Tho. 247; 

Will. 193, 241, 247, 268 






INDEX 



325 



Paylin, Job. 115 
Paytin, Joh. 104 
Peacock, Pacock, Pacoke, Pay-oke, Edw. 

163; Fran. 84; Geo. 94, 103, 236; 

Greg. 12; Hug. 161, 212; Jas. 11; 

Joh. 116, 119 ; Phil. 124 ; Kic. 76, 84, 

281 ; Rob. 3, 8, 11, 23, 34, 40, 45, 73, 
' 84 ; Rog. 124 ; Rol. 174 ; Tho. 13 ; Will. 

3, 13, 34 
Pe<*ke, Peacke, Chris. 227,229; Drewrey, 

172, 181, 227 ; Joh. 50, 106 ; Will. 118, 
172 

Pears, Peares, Pearse, Peers, Perse, Jac. 
64 ; Joh. 253 ; Ric. 226, 280 ; Tho. 208, 
253, 279 ; Will. 265 

Pearson, Peareson, Peirson, Pereson, 
Pierson, Brian, 87, 66; Char. 236; 
Fran. 207 ; Geo. 45, 72, 90, 125, 135, 
170, 190, 234; Hen. 85, 117, 125, 157, 
186, 197 ; Jac. and Jas. 134, 216, 241, 
263 ; Joh. 3, 10, 15, 22, 37, 39, 44, 55, 
61, 70, 119, 184, 143, 144, 145, 176, 181, 
188, 197, 217, 241, 247, 263, 275, 277, 
278; Lane. Ill, 143, 168, 230; Laur. 
39 ; Leon. 37 ; Mat. 14, 55, 145, 162 ; 
Milo. 66 ; Pet. 3, 49, 85, 135, 137 ; Rad. 
99, 137 ; Ric. 145, 156 ; Rob. 7, 13, 16, 
44, 51, 119, 139, 168, 230, 280 ; Sarah, 
247 ; Tho. 8, 22, 87, 64, 88, 98, 144 ; 
W. 14 ; Will. 45, 49, 51, 99, 111, 120, 
125, 126, 145, 181, 189, 207, 234 ; Xpof. 
85 

Peart, Peert, Pert, Harm. 8 ; Rob. 104 ; 
Tho. 213, 243 

Pease, Joh. 148, 253 ; Phil. 147 ; Sam. 
200, 253 ; Tho. 145 

Peck, Edw. 252 ; Joh. 106, 194 ; Will. 
194, 252 

Pecket, Peckett, Peckitt, Edw. 131 ; Geo. 
38, 96; Giles, 94; Hen. 186, 254; 
Humf. 100, 120, 139; Jac. 151; Joh. 
19, 87, 114, 120, 126, 164, 167, 173, 184, 
192, 241; Pet. 7, 192; Ric. 118, 151, 

173, 241 ; Rob. 102 ; Tho. 254 ; Will. 
272 

Peele, Geo. 150 
Pegg, Fran. 234 
Peghing, Peighen, Peighinge, Joh. 28, 

82 ; Tho. 28, 42, 67, 82 
Peirson, see Pearson 
Pell, Will. 113 
Pemberton, Joh. 147, 149, 259 ; Will. 175, 

181 

Pender, Joh. 28 
Pendlebury, Will. 248 
Pendleton,Penleton, Joh. 248, 279 ; Tho. 

279 ; Will. 278 
Pennell, Rob. 54 
Pennington, Pennyngton, Joh. 118, 153 ; 

181, 193, 208; Ric. 193; Rob. 153; 

Will. 4, 121 
Penniston, Mat. 199 
Pennocke, Pennoke, Pennick, Jac. 20, 

39 ; Joh. 20, 185, 246, 274 ; Tho. 39 
Penny, Allen 121, 137 



Pennyman, Clem. 17 

Pen rose, Penros, Chris. 69; Edw. 98, 

118 ; Geo. 42 ; Hen. 78, 82, 145 ; Sam. 

267; Tho. 98, 125, 145, 154, 229; Will. 

45, 112, 218, 265, 267 
Pepper, Arth. 68, 91 ; Joh. 66, 70, 114 ; 

Mark, 114 ; Ric. 18. 57 
Pt-rcival, Persyval, Persyvall, Sam. 51 ; 

Samp. 6, 51 ; Tho. 242 
Peresals, Gristhwate, Joh. 34 
Pereson, see Pearson 
Perkins, Anth. 182; Sim. 182; Tho. 

268 
Perrott, Parrat, Perrett, Perritt, Andr. 

118, 134, 171, 191, 206 ; Car. 191, 196, 

222; Edw. 132; Joh. 188, 227. 229; 

Jonath. 174, 229, 246 ; Rob. 166, 183, 

206, 214 ; Tho. 178, 246, 272 
Pert, see Peart 
Perry, Ric. 19 
Petch, Leon. 91; Tho. 75; Will. 279; 

Xpof. 97 
Peter, Will. 2 
Petty, Pettye, Hen. 53; Joh. 140; Mat. 

106 ; Tho'. 84 ; Will. 167 
Philips, Phillips, Phillops, Phyllype, Joh. 

12; Jos. 269; Phineas, 275; Tho. 18; 

Will. 84 

Phillipson, Tho. 27 
Philliskirke, Cris. 41 ; Geo. 280 
Phipps, Fran. 232 ; Jos. 212 
Pibus, see Pybus 
Pick, Picke, Car. 223 ; Geo. 77, 112, 127, 

152, 155, 176, 187 ; Jac. 176 ; Joh. 97 ; 

Osw. 155, 190, 223 ; Pet. 60, 73, 97 ; 

Rob. 127; Sam. 80; Will. 63, 190, 

197 
Pickard, Piccard, Ad. 81, 89 ; Anth. 220 ; 

Geo. 164, 202; Joh. 185; Laur. 42; 

Ric. 80, 128, 144, 160, 187 ; Tho. 82, 

144, 178, 202, 220, 288 ; Will. 133, 160, 

178, 187 
Pickering, Pykkeringe, Caleb, 249 ; Edm. 

125 ; Geo. 108, 128, 192, 194 ; Jac. and 

Jas. 114, 144, 158, 229 ; Joh. 76, 187 ; 

Jos. 263; Mart. 231; Pet. 18; Phil. 

245; Rad. and Ralf. 46, 58, 91; Ric. 

142, 245 ; Rob. 144, 193, 222, 263, 272 ; 

Sam. 225 ; Tho. 69, 93, 142, 192, 197, 

248 ; Will. 91, 122, 147, 194 
Pickersgale, Rob. 169 
Pidase, Tho. 99 
Pimlowe, Will. 91 
Pimperton, Tho. 90 
Pinckney, Jac. 62 ; Tho. 158 
Pinder, see Pynder 
Pirret, Will. 158 

Pitt, Pitts, Geo. 249 ; Joh. 202 ; Jos. 202 ; 
Josh. 165, 170, 198; Tho. 198, 269; 
Will. 279 
Place, Anth. 97 ; Jas. Ml ; Joh. 32, 68, 

108, 154 ; Leon. 23, 60, 66, 93 ; Rob. 68 ; 
Tho. 60, 70, 218 ; Xpof. 4 
Plaister, Pet. 121; Ric. 256; Tho. 98, 

249; Will, and Guliel. 104 Ml 



326 



THE FREEMEN OF YORK 



Plaisteror, Joh. 251 ; Bob. 204, 251 

Plaskett, Joh. 12 ; Ric. 12 

Plattes, Platts, Plaites, Jas. 269 ; Joh. 5, 

33; Rob. 33; Tim. 196,269 
Plaxton, Rob. 73, 279 ; Will. 118, 248 
Plewman, Geo. 5 ; Hen. 3, 18 ; Joh. 3, 

80, 56, 106 ; Rob. 76, 77 ; Tho. 1, 18, 

30, 56, 137 ; Will. 5, 66, 93, 122 
Plowman, Geo. 255 ; Joh. 285 ; Rob. 205, 

226, 243. 284, 285 ; Sam. 284 ; Tho. 

285 ; Will. 217, 285 
Plummer, Plomer, Plumer, Geo. 187, 

239 ; Jac. and Jas. 39, 70, 77, 108, 123, 

159, 289 ; Joh. 3, 22, 36, 37, 43, 108, 

159, 165, 238, 234 ; Mic. 35,59, 70, 123 ; 

Ric. 36 ; Tho. 3, 39 ; Tim. 165 ; Will. 

17 

Plumpton, Edw. 233, 273 
Plumroy, Sam. 102 
Plurit, Char. 80 

Poade, Jas. 73 ; Joh. 73, 107 ; Xpof . 107 
Pockley, Pokley, Joh. 18, 21, 35, 238; 

Pet. 21, 52 ; Sim. 35, 52, 79 ; Tho. 79, 

111, 113, 166 ; Will. Ill, 194, 238 
Pocklington, Pocklinton, Joh. 153, 187 ; 

Leon. 187 ; Lyon. 112, 143, 153 ; Tho. 

143 
Pollard, Pollerd, Dowell, 165 ; Hug. 1 ; 

Jac. 209 ; Joh. 6, 11, 167, 213, 218, 259, 

287; Mat. 167, 209, 235; Mic. 235; 

Will. 6 
Poole, Pool, Ben. 285; Ben. Harrison, 

220,285; Dav. 249; Edw. 272; Jac. 

174, 220 ; Rob. 102 ; Sam. 245 ; Will. 

255 

Poore, Poure, Joh. 39 ; Tho. 170 
Pope, Joh. 74 
Poplewell, Will. 106 
Popley, Geo. 37 
Poppleton, Popleton, Jac. and Jas. 215, 

285 ; Joh. 158, 220, 285 ; Miles, 285 ; 

Ric. 285 ; Rob. 220, 285 
Porter. Cuth. 92, 198 ; Ed. 65 ; Edw. 18, 

79; Hen. 181; Jerem. 204; Joh. 131, 

181, 186, 187, 198, 238, 254; Pet. 8; 

Prince, 181, 254 ; Ric. 186; Sam. 254; 

Sim. 65 ; Tho. 19, 118 ; Will. 100, 131, 

136, 151 

Porteus, Edw. 244, 272 
Portington, Rob. Robinson, 255 
Poskitt, Will. 170 

Postell, Poster, Joh. 135 ; Will. 93, 135 
Poston, Will. 62 
Pott, Potts, Pottes, Hug. 1 ; Joh. 4 ; Mic. 

274 ; Tho. 40, 49, 66 
Potter, Anth. 48; Chris. 158, 199; Hen. 

82, 242 ; Joh. 90, 168, 237, 256 ; Leon. 

176, 184, 187, 199, 242, 244, 251 ; Marm. 

49, 187 ; Mat. 184, 251, 284 ; Ric. 205, 

215; Rob. 147, 199; Rowl. 145, 168, 

203, 236; Sam. 199, 267, 284; Seth. 

149, 181 ; Tho. 61 ; Will. 181, 257 
Poulter, Poolter, Char. 158 ; Hen. 168 ; 

Ric. 132, 168, 193 
Pounall, Sam. 171 



Pounder, Sam. 148 

Powell, Chris. 175, 253; Joh. 87, 198, 

259, 273; Ric. 185; Tho. 219, 281; 

Will. 198, 219, 281 
Power, Fran. 168; Joh. 182, 211; Ric. 

23 ; Sym. 153, 185 ; Tho. 124, 168, 182, 

185 

Powle, Will. 70 
Powley. Joh. 256 
Poynton, Toundrow, 217 
Pratt, Joh. 117 ; Mat. 41 ; Ric. 59, 70, 

103, 117 ; Tho. 33, 54, 78, 91, 103 
Precious, Pretious, Joh. 259; Jos. 211, 

259 
Preistley, Priestley, Grace, 189 ; Jane, 

289; Jaques, 231, 289; Joh. 140, 150, 

189, 231 ; Jos. 269 ; Josa, 200 
Preistman, Jac. 163; Joh. 102 
Prentice, Jos. 272 
Prest, Will. 57, 122 
Preston,Abr. 1,32, 41, 51, 85; Anth. 170, 194, 

228 ; Brian, 42, 67, 88 ; Chris, and Xpof. 

41,69,118; Darcy, 214 ; Doyley, 200 ; Edw. 

118, 127, 140, 158, 166, 189 ; Eliz. 270 ; 

Fran. 56, 83 % 127, 281 ; Gamal. 166 ; 

Geo. 117, 191, 203; Hen. 5/46; Joh. 

5, 88, 155, 161, 180, 186, 203, 210, 225, 

227, 280; Lowther, 101, 150, 180; 

Mary, 269; Mat. 88; Peirson, 203; 

Ric. 100, 170, 189, 213, 269, 270, 278 ; 

Rob. 13, 32, 78, 204; Solom. 223; 

Step. 19, 31 ; Tho. 29, 46, 55, 78, 86, 

114, 203, 227, 263, 266, 275 ; Will. 3, 51, 

69, 73, 85, 88, 94, 101, 117, 189, 194, 203 
Prestwick, Ric. 248 
Prestwoocl, Leon. 53 
Price, Joh. 209 ; Will. 89, 266 
Prickett, Prickitt, Edw. 96; Geo. 146, 

182; Marm. 182 

Priest, Joh. 204, 258 ; Will. 258 
Prince, Pryuce, Joh. 1, 28, 88, 113, 216, 

266, 285 ; Jonas, 205 ; Jos. 116, 148 ; 

Laur. 77, 123 ; Miles, 24, 26 ; Ric. 285 ; 

Rob. 123; Sim. 68, 116, 148; Tho. 

275 ; Val. 28 ; Will. 102, 160 
Prior, Joh. 200 
Prockett, Tho. 95 
Procktor, Prockter, Procter, Bryan, 205, 

286 ; Fran. 220, 242 ; Frees. 163 ; Joh. 

163 ; Sam. 286 ; Step. 281 ; Tho. 69, 

76, 101, 165, 170, 220 
Prowde, Joh. 70 
Prudon, Rob. 107 
Prudum, Miles, 58 ; Will. 48 
Pudsey, Hen. 35 
Pullen, Pull an, Pullayn, Pulleyn, 

Pullein, Geo. 62, 70, 142 ; Hen. 7, 20, 

37, 114, 142, 200, 239 ; Joh. 37, 46, 76, 

92, 114, 159; Pet. 3; Ric. 154, 231; 

Tho. 100, 266 ; Will. 102, 239 
Pulley, Pullay, Anth. 4, 12, 48, 55 ; Joh. 

55 

Pulrose, Hug. 1 
Puppin, Joh. 205, 252 
Purden, Purdon, Joh. 159 ; Sam. 63 



INDEX 



327 



Pybus, Pibus, Ben. 154 ; Fran. 64, 03 ; 

*Geo. 74, 93, 246; Hen. 15; Joh. 23, 

58, 64, 78, 244, 266; Ric. 118; Tlio. 

58, 75 ; Will. 68 
Pyemont, Pyemount, Josh. 280; Wilf. 

256 
Pynder, Edw. 22, 54, 58, 60, 121 ; Joh. 

15, 22, 58 ; Lawr. 90 ; Rob. 54, 90, 121 ; 

Rog. 19 ; Tho. 30, 88 ; Wilf. 19 ; Will. 

30, 83, 118 
Pynnchon, Will. 38 



Quarton, Pet. 255 



Raby, Rabye, Geo. 204 ; Pet. 136 

Race, Hen. 23, 37, 47 ; Joh. 23, 26 ; Rad. 

47 ; Xpof . 37 
Radcliff, Ratcliffe, Ratliffe, Ben. 268; 

Geo. 81 ; Joh. 247 ; Josh. 171 ; Tobias, 

98 

Raddings, Joh. 255 
Radley, Joh. 154 ; Will. 172 
Raggett, Joh. 126, 259, 286; Rob. 126; 

Tho. 259 
Raine, Rayne, Rainnes, Raynes, Chris. 

1, J6, 137 ; Joh. 204 ; Tho. 164, 223 ; 

Will. 164 
Rainforth alias Rentforth, Jas. 267; 

Tho. 224, 267 
Rainton, Joh. 73 ; Mic. 73 
Rakes, Raikes, Raykes, Jac. 38 ; Nic. 28 ; 

Ralf, 8 ; Ric. 4 ;' Tho. 28, 38 
Raley, Geo. 71 ; Mart. 26; Will. 74 
Ralph, Tho. 202 

Ralton, Tho. 202, 256. See Eaylton 
Rames, Tho. 19 
Ramsdell, Ramesdell, Joh. 26; Will. 

229 
Ramsden, Geo. 127, 128; Will. 76, 78, 

107, 118, 127, 145, 191 
Ramsey, Joh. 59, 273 ; Pet. 59 
Ramskell, Rob. 154 
Randall, Marm. 140 
Randerson, Will. 243 
Ranome, Joh. 8 

Ransley, Jos. 128 

Ransom, Ransome, Chr. 165 ; Tho. 79 
Raper, Chris. 121, 227, 269; Edw. 223, 
261; Fran. 106; Geo. 96; Hen. 52, 
86, 270 ; Jac. 195 ; Joh. 40, 55, 79, 96, 

108, 110, 144, 159, 195, 222, 223, 235, 
264, 269, 270, 288; Jos. 173, 222, 288 ; 
Josh. 176 ; Ric. 59 ; Rob. 110 ; Tho. 
86, 110, 155, 176, 214, 228, 266, 269 ; 
Will. 43, 58, 61, 94, 110, 113, 126, 161, 
173, 176, 189, 261 

Rashley, Geo. 243 

Rasin, Rason, Raisin, Ray sin, Raysing, 
Rayson, Geo. 253 ; Joh. 114, 154, 173, 
195, 202, 251 ; Mat. 114, 154, 195, 253, 
276, 277 ; Ric. 129, 173, 182, 241, "251 ; 
Rob. 114 ; Tho. 249, 277 ; Xpof. 6 



Ratcliffe, see Eadcliff 

Rawdon, Rawden, Chris. 223, 234, 272, 

283 ; Hen. 80 ; Jac. and Jas. 38, 61, 77, 

109, 110; Joh. 16, 46, 106, 154, 227, 

276, 283 ; Laur. 35, 52 ; Ric. 276 ; Rob. 

80, 81, 109, 114, 154 ; Tho. 29 ; Will. 

87, 110, 124 

Rawe, Joh. 5 ; Tho. 87, 96 
Rawles, Edw. 171 ; Ric. 171 
Rawlin, Rawlinge, Joh. 172, 198, 202, 

232, 259 ; Jos. 128 ; Josh. 149, 172 ; 

Tim. 232 ; Will. 259 
Rawlinson, Ric. 84, 90 
Rawson, Hug. 77 ; Joh. Ill, 144 ; Ralph, 

144 ; Tho. 48 ; Will. 53 
Rawstorne, Joh. 43, 46 
Ray, Raye, Mansfeild, 43, 72 ; Ric. 8, 43, 

72 ; Tho. 70, 72 
Raykestray, Tho. 53 
Raylton, Edw. 7, 17; Joh. 15. See 

Ealton 

Raynald. Alex. 167 
Rayne, Raynes, see Raine 
Rayiier, Ric. 164, 228 ; Will. 4 
Raysbeke, Edw. 15 
Rayskaert, Anth. 12 
Rayson, see Basin 
Read, Reed, Abr. 113; Ann, 79; Anth. 

17; Clem. 125, 181, 183; Edw. 274; 

Fran. 91; Joh. 170, 191, 214, 221, 264 ; 

Ric. 12; Rob. 9; Tho. 9, 100, 105, 172, 

183, 216, 221, 233 ; Will. 86 
Reaston, Tho. 271 
Reath, Will. 112 
Redfern, Reddfearne, Char. 248; Joh. 

245 ; Phil. 114 ; Will. 79, 114 
Redman, Redmaine, Readman, Car. and 

Char. 150, 161, 188, 216; Felix, 190 

Joh. 28 ; Will. 145, 164, 190, 203 
Redshaw, Will. 255, 269 
Reeve, Joh. 100 ; Rob. 124 
Reeveley, see Eiveley 
Relphe, Relf, Relfe, Geo. 195, 235 ; Hen. 

26; Ric. 132, 195; Rob. 146; Tho. 

166, 284, 286 ; Will. 235, 286 
Remington, Mic. 202 
Render, Rob. 157 
Rennison, Rennyson, Hen. 176 ; Joh. 

248 ; Mat. 227 ; Rob. 242, 271 
Rentford, Tho. 189 
Rentforth alias Rainforth, Jas. 267; 

Tho. 224, 267 
Renton, Tho. 223 
Reresby, Joh. 159 
Revell, Joh. 3 

Revis, Reveis, Tho. 30 ; Will. 29 
Reynard, Raynard, Sam. 89 ; Will. 75 
Reynolds, Reynold, Reighnolds, Reig- 

noulds, Regnolds, Renolds, Alex. 177, 

261 ; Gabr. 88 ; Geo. 96, 132, 177, 235, 

240, 286; Hen. 204, 258, 287; Joh. 

258, 286; Raphe, 81, 100; Ric. 185, 

174, 175, 177, 238, 240 ; Rob. 124, 288 ; 

Seth, 75, 101 ; Tho. 58, 84, 106, 135, 

153 ; Will. 101, 121, 235, 261, 287 



828 



THE FREEMEN OF YORK 



Reynoldson, Chris. 216 ; Eliz. 277 ; Geo. 

204, 212, 281, 277, 287, 288 ; Job. 35 ; 

Rowl. 288 ; Tho. 287 
Rhodes, Rhoades, Roades, Rodes, Ben. 

191; Car. and Char. 150, 170, 270; 

Fran. 125, 150 ; Geo. 218, 225 ; Gertr. 

270 ; Jas. 280 ; Joh. 124, 287 ; Lydia, 

277; Mat. 249; Rachael, 270; Ric. 

217; Rob. 125, 148, 157, 236, 288; 

Sam. 228; Tho. 151, 224; Will. 77, 

150, 179, 253 
Rich, Riche, Ryche, Geo. 9; Joh. 16; 

Rob. 266 ; Will. 9, 16, 24 
Richardson, Rychardson, Ambr. 65; 

Anth. 16; Brian, 88, 61, 67, 73, 93, 

115; Char. 277; Chrid. and Xpof. 5, 

14, 102, 134, 157, 200, 207, 214, 218, 

289, 250, 258, 254, 267 ; Ed. 18 ; Edm. 

16 ; Edw. 28, 186, 204 ; Fran. 208, 212 ; 

Geo. 91, 131, 138, 159, 253 ; Hen. 1, 16, 

40, 51, 109, 121, 166, 169, 210; Humf. 
85, 82, 136; Jac. and Jas. 143, 200, 
208, 212, 232, 249, 271, 277 ; Joh. 11, 
18, 17, 50, 51, 76, 81, 82, 106, 109, 146, 
152, 161, 179, 186, 205, 208, 214, 224, 
280, 240, 255, 267, 271, 283 ; Jos. 175, 
218 ; Laur. 23, 37, 69 ; Mart. 81 ; Mic. 
141; Nic. 219; Peregrine, 145; Pet. 
61, 115, 117, 141, 142, 152, 208, 252 ; 
Rad. 11, 14, 28, 41 ; Ric. 8, 67, 69, 106 ; 
Rob. 94, 122, 141, 240, 285 ; Rog. 20 ; 
Rowl. 87, 150, 200, 206, 250 ; Sim. 75. 
140, 150, 188, 261 ; Tho. 8, 23, 28, 32, 

41, 65, 67, 81, 98, 106, 117, 130, 138, 
142, 156, 161, 174, 196, 206, 207, 239, 
246 ; Will. 8, 17, 18, 23, 26, 31, 47, 55, 
78, 75, 100, 115, 116, 117, 122, 131, 136, 

187, 150, 152, 156, 166, 175, 176, 179, 

188, 196, 200, 210, 218, 219, 221, 230, 
232, 246, 252, 254, 288, 285 

Richinson, Sam. 279 

Richmond, Rychmond, Rychemon, Dav. 

122, 170; Hen. 170, 196, 214, 218, 289 ; 

Joh. 110, 132, 191, 214; Ric. 132; 

Tho. 2, 285 ; Will. 153, 186, 191, 239, 

285 

Rickerby, Geo. 281 

Rickett, Ricketts, Ric. 197 ; Tho. 205 
Rickison, Joh. 63 
Rider, Ryder, Anth. 48, 53, 64; Chris. 

and Xpof. 48, 92, 95, 137 ; Fran. 248 ; 

Geo. 58 ; Jac. 64 ; Joh. 187, 143, 234 ; 

Rob. 95 ; Tho. 244, 246 ; Will. 92, 143, 

203, 244, 261 
Ridgell, Rob. 70 
Ridgeway, Will. 270 
Ridgiall, Tho. 18 
Ridhead, Rob. 136 
Riding, Rydeinge, Will. 140, 190 
Ridley, Rob. 122 
Ridsdale, Ridsdell, Ridesdell, Jerem. 

246; Joh. 275; Ric. 150, 221; Tho. 

142; Will. 45, 142, 221. See Muds- 
dale 
Kigby, Geo. 281 



Rigden, Geo. 121, 183, 153 

Rigg, Rigge, Edw. 27 ; Hen. 96 ; Ric. 96 ; 
Tho. 182 

Rigile, Joh. 50 

Riley, Ryley, Abr. 76 ; Edw. 283 ; Fran. 
267; Galf. 70; Jas. 275; Joh. 102, 
185, 278; Rob. 257; Tho. 250; Will. 
57, 205, 238, 244, 250, 257, 275, 288 

Riley, Ryley alias Nicholson, Joh. 87, 
78 ; Will. 37, 57, 205, 238 

Ringhorn, Alex. 278 

Ripley, Chris, and Xpof. 116, 144 ; Fran. 
143; Geo. 231; Jac. 146; Joh. 102, 
112, 264 ; Ric. 167 ; Rob. 85, 145 ; Rog. 
97, 131, 143, 146 ; Tho. 131 ; Will. 112, 
127, 175 

Rippon, Phil. 118 

Rither, Ryther, Anth. 16; Jane, 185; 
Joh. 70 

Riveley, seeHyveley 

Rivice, Tho. 69, 121 

Roanson. Will. 227 

Roberts, Will. 214, 216, 244 

Robinson, Robynson, Robison, Allan, 
54; Ambr. 182, 254; Andr. 138, 180, 
209 ; Anth. 20, 77, 278 ; Arth. 65, 154, 
158, 173, 219; Britanus, 65; Chris, 
and Xpof. 36, 55, 83, 173, 219, 252, 255 ; 
Edm. 83 ; Edw. 98, 131, 134, 141, 154, 
172, 173 ; Fran. 33 ; Geo. 7, 40, 54, 63, 
70, 77, 90, 116, 149, 188, 202, 230, 266 ; 
Gilb. 4 ; Hen. 63, 81, 90, 92, 100, 174, 
180, 208; Hug. 266, 279; Humph. 
Algood, 244 ; Isaac, 190, 230, 256 ; Jac. 
and Jas. 5, 14, 46, 100, 167, 179, 199, 
209, 220, 225, 229, 237, 256 ; Joh. 4, 15, 
81, 47, 55, 76, 77, 80, 93, 125, 139, 145, 
158, 163, 209, 212, 220, 230, 248, 250, 255, 
264, 267, 286 ; Joh. Jas. 250 ; Jos. 262 ; 
Lawr. and Lower. 4, 15, 52 ; Leon. 22, 
36, 55, 68, 73, 80, 109, 144, 195, 217, 
227, 230, 286; Marc, and Mark, 105, 
263; Mat. 278; Metcalf, 123; Migk. 
27 ; Mic. 47, 202, 266 ; Miles, 15, 210, 
245 ; Nic. 154, 181 ; Perciv. 90, 131, 
149; Phil. 209, 250; Rad. 73, 109; 
Ric. 9, 33, 53, 54, 67, 72, 80, 116, 125, 
131, 139, 179, 193, 219, 267, 278 ; Rob. 
83, 128, 177, 276; Savile, 236; Seth, 
75. 82; Step. 63, 133; Tancred, 211, 
213, 245, 246; Tho. 1, 5, 12, 25, 42, 52, 
54, 59, 98, 99, 101, 105, 128, 140, 146, 
152, 177, 180, 193, 195, 204, 205, 207, 

208, 210, 212, 214, 245, 250, 252, 260, 
279 ; Tim. 128 ; Will. 4, 17, 22. 26, 27, 
36, 39, 41, 45, 55, 56, 57, 59, 63, 65, 68, 
78, 88, 85, 91, 96, 99, 107, 109, 110, 123, 
138, 140, 141, 167, 177, 181, 203, 207, 

209, 211, 217, 219 

Robson, Agnes, 2 ; Conyers, 99 ; Edw. 
97, 142; Geo. 229; Hug. 2; Joh. 2, 
146, 155; Jos. 167; Leon. 18; Luke, 
165; Ric. 263; Rob. 163; Step. 15; 
Tho. 151, 274 

Roddam, Will. 145 



INDEX 



829 



Rodwell, Hen. 138, 187, 244 ; Ric. 281 ; 

Rob. 249 ; Tho. 187, 228, 240, 242, 244 ; 

Will. 140, 158 
Roe, Joh. 117. See Howe 
Roebuck, Joh. 248 
Roger, Rogers, Anth. 117 ; Cuth. 58. 77 ; 

Edm. 138; Geo. 167, 199, 201; Hen. 

64 ; Joh. 46, 190 ; Mat. 9, 153 ; Nic. 

84 ; Osw. 80 ; Ric. 162 ; Tho. 9, 80, 38, 

49, 51, 59, 88, 201 ; Will. 51, 66, 84, 88, 

94, 114, 144, 162, 190, 249 
Rcgerson, Edw. 28; Joh. 31; Tho. 23, 

123 

Rokcliff, Rokeclif, Tho. 54 ; Will. 39 
Romans, Roemans, Rommans, Conyers, 

240; Geo. 90, 270; Joh. 164, 240; 

Rob. 255 ; Will. 200 
Rookbie, Rookeby, Rob. 44 ; Tho. 164 
Rookeinge, Will. 164 
Rookes, Rukes, Geo. 17, 48 ; Joh. 48 
Rookesby, Rokesby, Roxbie, Joh. 16, 53, 

105; Miles, 53, 99, 105, 115; Ric. 15. 

See Roxby 

Rookhill, Tho. 214. See Rowkill 
Roorae, Allan, 169, 218, 238; Joh. 115, 

165, 238; Lyon, 148; Ric. 218; Rog. 

201 ; Will. 133 
Root, Roote, Roots, Joh. 237 ; Tim. 176, 

190, 237 ; Will. 101 
Roper, Rob. 2 ; Sam. 189 
Rose, Rosse, Geo. 24, 34, 281 ; Hen. 196 ; 

Joh. 115, 183 ; Jos. 248 
Rosmgdale, Rosendall, Rossendale, Edw. 

50; Geo. 257; Jac. and Jas. 70, 156, 

198 ; Jerem. 143 ; Phil. 143, 156, 198, 

240, 257 
Rotherforth, Rudderford, Joh. 279 ; Nic. 

102 
Rothery, Eliz. 271; Fred. 266; Mary, 

264 

Rothwell, Tho. 269 
Rountree, Rad. 132 
Rousby, Chr. 174; Jac. 159; Joh. 159; 

Rob. 166 
Routh, Rooth, Rowth, Joh. 236; Ric. 

142, 204, 272; Tho. 140, 219; Will. 

142, 165, 219 
Rouwdell, Will. 11 
Rowden, Edw. 118 
Rowe, Jac. and Jas. 229, 233, 268. See 

Roe 

Rowell, Andr. 256 
Rowkill, Tho. 178. See Rookhill 
Rowland, Ric. 33, 79 ; Will. 79, 103 
Rowle, Rowles, Ric. 147 ; Will. 127 
Rowley, Rowly, Joh. 84 ; Ric. 101 
Rowton, Luke, 248 
Roxby, Roxbie, Roxesby, Joh. 53, 68 ; 

Ric. 60; Tho. 60; Tytus, 68. See 

Rookesby 

Royne, Joh. 202 ; Step. 202 
Rudd, Fran. 5, 175, 199, 253 ; Gabr. 78 ; 

Geo. 84, 116, 151, 175, 190, 252, 269 ; 

Jas. 268 ; Joh. 151, 190, 221, 253, 261, 

264, 272 ; Ric. 190, 212, 261 ; Rob. 57, 



84, 272; Tho. 91, 94, 147; Will. 199, 

221, 263, 269 
Ruddock, Will. 87 
Rudsdale, Rudsdall, Rudsdell, Ambr. 

167; Hen. 207; Jerem. 211; Obad. 

211 ; Phil. 129 ; Rob. 161, 207 ; Tobias, 

230. See Ridsdale 
Rudston, Conisby, 122 ; Rob. 167, 171 
Rukes, see Rookes 
Rumley, Joh. 248 
Runckrewe, Rob. 93 

Rundall, Edw. 49 ; Hen. 61 ; Joh. 61, 69 
Runder, Hen. 18 ; Joh. 21, 25 ; Ric. 67 ; 

Sim. 21, 67 

Runkorne, Joh. 130 ; Rob. 130 
Rusby, Rushby, Tho. 99, 129 
Ruschard, Anth. 33 ; Jac. 33 
Rusheforth, Rushforth, Geo. 281; Rob. 

14 

Rusheton, Tho. 57 
Russam, Rusham, Russome, Edw. 286 ; 

Jos. 221, 286; Mic. 170; Sam. 113, 

156, 170, 221 ; Will. 254 
Russell, Russells, Dan. 125; Fran. 82, 

187 ; Gabr. 137 ; Geo. 129 ; Rad. 30 ; 

Ric. 8, 56 ; Tho. 77, 129 ; Will. 35, 82 
Ruston, Paul, 227 
Rutledge, Rutleedge, Routledge, Edw. 

49; Geo. 93; Hect. 29; Joh. 54, 93; 

Ric. 243 

Rutles, Joh. 27 ; Pet. 27 
Rutter, Hug. 15; Jac. 100; Tho. 250; 

Will. 6, 250 
Ryby, Tho. 170 
Rycroft, Ryecroft, Joh. 117, 168, 191; 

Tho. 149, 216 ; Will. 99 
Rykward, Nic. 6 
Ryley, see Riley 
Rymer, Joh. 139, 178, 248 
Rypponer, Joh. 17 
Ryther, see Either 
Ryveley, Riveley, Reaveley, Reeveley, 

Fran. 81; Galf. 88; Geo. 258; Hen. 

147 ; Joh. 50, 63, 81, 88, 105, 122, 187, 

188; Mart. 122; Mat. 91, 122. 151; 

Nat. 180 ; Ric. 151 ; Rog. 50, 91 ; Tho. 

105, 180, 253 



Sadler, Anth. 179; Edw. 58; Marc. 28; 

Pet. 179 ; Rad. 24 ; Ric. 1, 19, 26, 64 ; 

Rob. 27, 169, 270; Rog. 19; Tho. 26; 

Will. 72 

Sainforth, Jac. 152 
Sale, Jas. 101 

Salkeld, Joh. 81, 87 ; Rob. 81 
Salmond, Salmon, Samond, Geo. 23 ; 

Joh. 23, 145 ; Pet. 68 ; Ric. 107 ; Tho. 

104, 145, 153, 172, 193, 261 
Saltus, Geo. 117, 127 ; Mic. 101 ; Rob. 

127 
Sampson, Samson, Chris. 179, 240 ; Edw. 

72; Joh. 33, 72, 78; Jos. 78; Mat. 45, 

98, 135 ; Tho. 121, 179, 240 ; Will. 132, 

249 * 



830 



THE FREEMEN OF YORK 



Sandall, Hen. 48 

Sandes, Sandys, Sands, Ed. 6 ; Jac. and 

Jas. 204, 269; Mart. 236; Ric. 269; 

Tho. 224 
Sandiman, Sanderaan, Sandyman, Ric. 

102, 146, 158 ; Tho. 146 
Sandwith, Anth. 19 22, 29 ; Rob. 12, 22 ; 

Thomassyn, 19 ; Tim. 87 
Sargeant, Sarjeant, see Sergeant 
Satfcerthwaite, Saterthwait, Satturwaite, 

Setterthwaite, Char. 76, 117 ; Geo. 94 ; 

Tho. 102, 114, 115 ; Will. 64, 77, 114 
Saughell, Sawkill, Hen. 52; Joh. 81, 148, 

194; Lane. 45; Tho. 81, 45; Will. 194 
Saunders, Sanders, Chris. 212 ; Dav. 215, 

223 
Sannderson, Sanderson, Andr. 193, 241, 

250 ; Arth. 109 ; Chris. 202 ; Geo. 150, 

249; Jas. 244; Joh. 178, 188, 202, 204, 

217, 275, 285, 288 ; Nic. 35 ; Rad. and 

Ralph, 55, 76, 101 ; Rob. 90, 167, 188, 

193 ; Tho. 65, 241, 280, 285 ; Will. 101, 

250, 270 
Savage, Savadge, Geo. 136, 208; Hen. 

152, 188; Jac. and Jas. 46, 83; Joh. 

208 ; Will. 73, 83, 136, 146, 152, 188 
Savile, Savele, Savill, Hug. 227; Joel, 

169, 192 ; Tho. 77, 192, 282 ; Will. 262 
Sawer, Anth. 87, 90; Edw. 118; Fran. 

113; Hen. 47, 100; Joh. 20, 100; Rad. 

19, 20 ; Rob. 19, 50, 52 ; Rog. 53 ; Sam. 

90 ; Tho. 52 
Sawheld, Sawhell, Saudheld, Lane. 8; 

Rob. 6, 48 ; Tho. 7, 14, 48 
Sawley, Hen. 57, 66 ; Hug. 66 
Sawray, Sawry, Anth. 185, 213 
Saxton, Hug. 59 ; Joh. 4, 59, 233 
Sayer, Saier, Leon. 69 ; Sam. 82, 100, 101 
Sayner, Rob. 145 
Scaberd, Scabard, Scabert, Hen. 62; 

Sim. 28, 36, 62 
Scadlethorpe, Scaddlethorpe, Scagle- 

thorpe, Joh. 179, 254; Ric. 95; Tho. 

145, 179, 216, 262 ; Will. 254 
Scadlock, Fran. 188 ; Joh. 128, 188, 190 ; 

Jos. 190; Lane. 116; Sam. 188 
Scaife, see Skaife 
Scales, Joh. 251; Tho. 210, 251, 279. 

See Skales 
Scaling, Scalinge, Scaleing, Skalynge, 

Car. and Char. 16, 67, 155, 193; Joh. 

155, 193 ; Marc, and Mark, 67, 80 
Scarbrough, Geo. 280 
Scarfe, Tho. 153 
Scarlett, Joh. 152 
Scarr, Geo. 54 ; Joh. 62, 235 ; Mat. 191, 

235, 252 ; Mic. 54, 62 ; Myles, 155, 191 

Nic. 78; Rob. 78; Rog. 66; Tho. 80; 

Val. 80. See Skarr 
Scarth, Geo. 73 ; Tim. 205 
Scawsby, Scausby, Joh. 65 ; Ric. 65 
Schofin, Joh. 137 
Scholey, Scoley, Fran. 175; Geo. 140; 

Joh. 139, 242; Nat. 175, 242; Sam 

108,139; Will. 101 



ScholHeld, Scholefield, Scolefield, Scow- 
feild, Skofeld, Skowfeild, Jac. 28 ; Joh. 
6, 27, 28, 199; Jos. 187, 216; Will. 27. 
256 

Scorah, Edm. 260 ; Nat. 260 

Scoresby, Ric. 249 

Scortroth,-Will. 112 

Scotchbond, Tho. 255 

Scott, Skott, Arth. 16, 55; Bart. 164; 
Bern. 242; Brian, 186; Dav. 193, 234, 
242; Fran. 266; Geo. 100, 106; Hen. 
158, 186, 221, 233 ; Jac. 67, 136 ; Joh. 
93, 115, 124, 126, 146, 167, 171, 190, 
267, 271 ; Jos. 117, 158, 187, 223 ; Josh. 
161; Leon. 60, 66; Nic. 267; Ralph, 
242; Ric. 98, 102, 103, 210; Rob. 73, 
82, 90, 98, 132, 234; Rokeby, 233; 
Sam. 228; Solom. 234; Tho. 16, 33, 
44, 82, 93, 187, 237, 263, 266, 271, 275 ; 
Will. 12, 19, 39, 49, 60, 61, 62, 71, 82, 
90, 93, 103, 104, 115, 146, 161, 204, 

205, 211, 212, 221, 250, 263, 266, 267 
Scotson, Scotchson, Skotson, Chris. 144, 

179, 220; Geo. 3, 31, 138, 179; Joh. 

126, 168 ; Tim. 113, 168 ; Will. 31 
Scourfield, Jac. 178; Will. 224, 227. 

See Stourfield 
Scrafton, Joh. 67, 73 ; Lane. 78, 81 ; Rad. 

57 ; Will. 67 
Screeton, Tho. 79 
Scruton, Screwton, Jas. 71, 110, 122 ; Ric. 

122, 280; Rob. 216, 278, 281; Seth. 

110 ; Tho. 273 ; Will. 249 
Scurr, Joh. 39 

Scutcheon, Joh. 208 ; Lane. 208 
Seagrave, Edw. 265 
Seamor, Seamour, Seymor, Ceymour, 

Abel, 108, 156, 210; Geo. 140, 189, 

207, 237 ; Joh. 189, 208 ; Jos. 108, 210 ; 

Pet. 90 ; Tho. 207 ; Will. 77, 108, 217 
Seaton, Joh. 14 ; Tho. 187 
Seeker, Edw. 48, 74, 84, 92; Jas. 136; 

Joh. 74; Mic. 92, 96; Ric. 48; Rob. 

84, 136 

Seight, Tho. 246 
Seller, Sellar, Edw. 150, 176, 206, 224, 

227, 240 ; Geo. 113 ; Joh. 240 ; Ric. 22, 

206, 217 ; Tho. 140, 258. See Sellerer 
Sellerer, Joh. 53 ; Ric. 53. See Seller 
Sendall, Hen. 154 

Senior, Senyor, Joh. 163, 206, 208 ; Ric. 

163, 206 
Sergeant, Sargeant, Serjeant, Sarjeant, 

Ric. 200, 259 ; Tho. 167, 203, 218 ; Will. 

185, 218, 259, 266 
Sergison, Sargeson, Sarieson, Serieson, 

Sergyson, Char. 82, 107; Jas. 256; 

Joh. 107, 156 ; Will. 125 
Servant, Hen. 146 ; Pet. 40, 86 ; Will. 

86, 146, 159 

Setterthwaite, see Satterthivaite 
Settle, Setle, Settell, Joh. 70, 72 ; Jog. 

280; Mic. 104; Tho. 213; Will. 249; 

Xpof. 71, 72 
Setlrington, Ric. 133 



INDEX 



831 



Severs, Chris. 271 ; Corn. 243 ; Joh. 274, 

275; Leon. 225, 271, 274, 283; Sam. 

264 ; Tho. 283 
Sewell, Will. 95 
Seymour, see Seamor 
Shackleton, Fred, 149; Hen. 246; Rog. 

137, 147, 177, 213, 230, 246, 288 ; Will. 

288 

Shaddock, Joh. 244 
Sha^forth, Hen. 2 
Shadlok, Geo. 12 ; Joh. 12 
Shaftoe, Shafto, Geo. 214, 270 ; Joh. 200, 

240 ; Ric. 147, 214 ; Tho. 270 
Share, Sharr, Joh. 33, 70 ; Will. 70 
Sharpe, Sharp, Anth. 157; Brian, 17; 

Hen. 20 ; Joh. 15, 29, 82, 98, 174 ; Jos. 

272 ; Mat. 60, 104 ; Ric. 17, 249 ; Tho. 

102, 104, 248 ; Will. 82, 155 
Sharpies alias Wright, Will. 89 
Sharprey, Step. 231 ; Will. 217 
Sharpus, Sharpas, Car. 184 ; Hen. 207 ; 

Tho. 152, 184, 207 ; Will. 152 
Shaw, Shawe, Ad. 20, 209, 287; Andr. 

90; Bart. 12; Chris, and Xpof. 134, 

187; Edw. 119; Geo. 95, 115; Hen. 

71, 87; Jac. 187; Joh. 100, 130, 186, 

275; Jos. 172, 245; Lane. 12, 32; 

Marc and Mark, 140, 206; Mat. 231; 

Pet. 59, 90 ; Phil 191 ; Ric. 76, 107, 

115, 118, 150; Roll. 12 ; Tho. 211; Will. 

32, 41, 107, 129, 130, 139, 140, 209, 211, 

287 

Shawcok, Rob. 12 
Shelley, Joh. 26 
Shepherd, Shepperd, Shippard, Shyp- 

herd, Sheaperd, Arth. 266, 273 ; Ben. 

219; Car. 127; Chris, and Xpof. 59, 

118, 164. 170, 193, 199, 210, 267, 283 ; 

Fran. 283; Geo. 142, 199; Hen. 104, 

142, 187, 211 ; Jac. and Jas. 102, 164, 

199, 225, 267; Joh. 53, 87, 170, 194, 

221, 224, 225, 263, 275, 288 : Rog. 99, 

151; Tho. 13, 53, 59, 221; Will. 162, 

193, 194, 219, 263, 267 
Shereburne, Pet. 43 ; Rob. 43, 45 
Sherecroft, Joh. 55 
Sherelocke, Alex. 42 
Shereshawe, Rob. 6 
Sherwin, Sherwen, Shearwin, Geo. 144, 

208 ; Joh. 208, 266 ; Rob. 155 ; Will. 65, 

76, 107, 144 
Shields, Sheelds, Sheilds, Edm. 139; 

Fran. 68 ; Hen. 94, 132 ; Jac. and Jas. 

110, 147 ; Pet. 110, 132, 139 ; Rob. 118 ; 

Step, 147, 183, 193, 238; Will. 193, 
238 
Shillitoe, Shyllyto, Edw. 98, 138; Joh. 

118 ; Tho. 140, 233, 265, 282 ; Will. 15, 
27 

Shipley, Joh. 125 

Shipton, Joh. 145 ; Ric. 104, 142 ; Step. 
142; Tho. 233, 244; Will. 28; Will. 
Harrison, 248 

Shorewood, Shoreswood, Elias, 125 ; Jac. 
and Jas. 81, 100 ; Joh. 125 



Shotton, Margt. 270 

Shutt, Shut, Abr. 182 ; Edw. 150, 202 ; 
Hen. 141, 178, 177; Ric. 139; Rob. 
121, 139 ; Tho. Ill, 141, 150, 202 ; Will. 
55, 111, 130, 182, 184 
Shymyn, Rob. 47 
Sibbitt, Sibbet, Sybbett, Pet. 67; Rog. 

37 ; Will. 24, 67 
Sickling, Sicklin, Tho. 136, 203 
Siddall, Hen. 196 ; Luke, 196 ; Rob. 71 ; 
Rog. 71 ; Tho. 201, 284 ; Will. 73, 193, 
284. See Syddall 
Sidgwick, Chris. 287; Tho. 230; Will. 

228, 287 
Sigeswick, Sigeswike, Sygeswyke, Joh. 

11 ; Ric. 11 ; Tho. 36, 58 ; Will. 62 
Sigswith, Sygswith, Anth. 30; Step. 30 
Sigsworth, Geo. 102 
Siklemore, Joh. 56 

Silburne, Jac. and Jas. 167, 200, 218, 232, 
261, 286 ; Luke, 270 ; Rob. 218, '270 ; 
Tho. 232, 286 

Silcock, Sylcoke, Geo. 277, 285; Joh. 
227, 274, 277 ; Laur. 170, 218, 227, 260 ; 
Rob. 1 ; Will. 218, 274, 276, 285 
Sill, Ric. 68 
Simondson, Symondson, Geo. 74, 122, 

142 ; Joh. 122 ; Mic. 142 ; Tho. 61 
Simpson, Sympson, Symson, Ad. 19, 57, 
95; Alex. 230; Anth. 116, 157; Arth. 
140, 178; Car. 203; Chris, and Xpof. 
87, 90, 129, 136, 207 ; Edw. 25 ; Fran. 
149 ; Geo. 26, 155, 217 ; Greg. 177, 239, 
241, 258; Hen. 73, 76, 84, 144, 181; 
Isaac, 220 ; Jac. and Jas. 5, 11, 47, 62, 
85, 90, 100, 134, 166, 190, 207 ; Jeff. 25 ; 
Joh. 22, 140, 157, 171, 178, 181, 183, 
204, 212, 219, 220, 221, 241, 246, 248 ; 
Jos. 209, 256, 276 ; Mat. 136 ; Nat. 
175; Pet. 47, 51; Ric. 15, 21, 50, 52, 
57, 85, 149, 231 ; Rob. 26, 62, 92, 134, 
177, 229, 239, 252, 274 ; Rog. 22 ; Solom. 
209, 252; Tho. 57, 67, 134, 159, 169, 
170, 217, 221, 256, 265, 285 ; Tym. 81 ; 
Vine. 51; Walt. 14, 50; Will. 4, 93, 
134, 168, 174, 190, 195, 199, 231, 233, 
246, 285 

Singleston, Will. 92 

Singleton, Alex. 204 ; Andr. 161, 197 ; Car. 
166; Edw. 140; Ric. 52; Tho. 197; 
Xpof. 94 
Sinkler, Jac. 100 

Sisson, Sigsons, Sygson, Scissons, Edm. 
112 ; Edw. 96 ; Hen. 12, 193; Joh. 120, 
131 ; Rob. 158 ; Will. 133, 177 
Skaife, Scaife, Scafe, Skayf, Anth. 154 ; 
Char. 7 ; Joh. 7, 15, 17 ; Reg. 237, 262 ; 
Rob. 17 ; Will. 139 
Skales, Will. 28. See Scales 
Skarr, Skarre, Ambr. 32 ; Joh. 24 ; Mic. 
13, 37; Tho. 35; Will. 35. See 
Scarr 

Skarrett, Rob. 269 

Skawsbie, Edw. 27 ; Ric. 27 ; Rob. 37. 
Skeafton, Joh. 24 



832 



THE FREEMEN OF YORK 



Skelton, Geo. 187, 229, 231, 247, 259, 

271, 280; Hen. 126 ; Job. 3, 212, 245; 

Step. 3, 12 ; Tobias, 217 ; Will. 12 
Skepper, Leon. 4 
Sketchley, Tho. 45 
Skilbecke, Skellbeck, Skillbeck, Geo. 

280; Job. 237, 265; Ric. 115,151; Rob. 

75, 115, 151 ; Step. 183 
Skinner, Skiner, Andr. 105; Job. 156; 

Rob. 102, 156 

Skipwith, Job. 206; Tho. 108 
Skipwortb, Job. 176 
Skirro, Job. 26 

Slack, Job. 180 ; Tho. 87, 135, 180 
Slater, Slator, Slaitor, Slaytor, Bart. 35 ; 

Edw. 127; Jac. 39; Job. 39, 09, 140, 

163, 171 ; Jos. 221 ; Lane. 79 ; Lawr. 

164, 202, 219, 271 ; Mic. 2, 27, SO, 172, 
221 ; Mig. 27 ; Pet. 40 ; Ric, 255 ; Rob. 
135, 136 ; Rog. 30 ; Tho. 3, 30, 39, 40, 
69, 127 ; Val. 85 ; Will. 2, 30, 61, 193, 
202, 276 

Slarthwaite, Job. 212 

Slay, Will. 228 

Slayden, Will. 228 

Slayton, Slaton, Ric. 274 ; Will. 190 

Sledmer, Sledmar, Sledmoore, Sledmore, 

Jos. 122 ; Leon. 204 ; Ric. 245, 281 
Slee, Andr. 118, 178 ; Mat. 79 ; Tho. 42, 

79, 118, 178 ; Will. 233 
Slegg, Slegges, Bart. 148 ; Geo. 84, 131, 

141, 148 ; Hen. 141 ; Job. 161 
Sleightholme, Sletholme, Cris. 41 ; Job. 

50, 54 

Slinger, Geo. 138 ; Jac. 44, 61 ; Nic. 117 
Slingsby, Char. 244; Stapleton, 282; 

Will. 287, 282 
Smalcher, Smalcbere, Geo. 59 ; Ric. 24 ; 

Will. 4, 24, 42, 59, 98 
Smales, Smailes, Smayles, Chris, and 

Xpof. 77, 78, 142, 172, 202, 221, 223; 

Hen. 95 ; Jerem. 221, 283 ; Job. 82, 131, 

154, 258, 288 ; Jos. 228 ; Sam. 202, 254 ; 

Tho. 149, 258, 261 ; Will. 98, 149, 261 
Smallwood, Smalwood, Geo. 63, 76, 161, 

162 ; Job. 161, 162, 196 ; Mary, 226 ; 

Will. 75, 113, 196 
Smart, Tho. 243 
Smeaton, Smeeton, Smeton, Car. and 

Char. 157, 235; Dav. 143; Geo. 150, 

171, 195, 232, 240, 270 ; Jac. and Jas. 

156, 195, 198, 199 ; Job. 71, 104, 115, 

130, 156, 174, 195 ; Step. 199 ; Tho. 54, 

166, 209, 213, 232 ; Will. 94, 109, 143, 

149, 159, 166, 171, 195, 198, 213, 240 
Smelt, Job. 187, 283 
Smethman, Smoothman, Job. 79 ; Xpof. 

45,79 
Smirthwaite, Smorthwait, Smurwhaite 

Smurfett, Edw. 209; Mat. 119 2 

Tho. 19, 77, 119 
Smith, Smyth, Abr. 88, 109, 139, 147. 164 

Ad. 51 ; Ambr. 233 ; Andr. 51, 101 

Bart. 86, 95 ; Ben. 249, 268 ; Chris. 

and Xpof. 34, -18, 57, 88, 89, 103, 123, 



137, 160, 201, 208, 225, 250, 258 ; Corn. 
183, 227, 283 ; Cressie, 113 ; Dav. 264 ; 
Edm. 22, 48, 64, 89 ; Edw. 65, 89, 98, 
99, 104, 107, 123, 180, 243, 255 ; Fran. 
55, 70, 103. 170, 172, 204; Gabr. 27, 
65 ; Geo. 16, 47, 50, 51, 58, 92, 104, 137, 
144, 168, 186, 192, 214, 229, 253, 284 ; 
Godf. 187; Greg. 12, 42; Hen. 4, 20, 
32, 37, 42, 51, 144, 192 ; Humf. 10, 54 ; 
Jac. and Jag. 8, 139, 144, 190, 192, 197, 
200, 241, 254, 258; Jeff. 22; Jerem. 
229, 284 ; Job. 5, 12, 14, 31, 84, 43, 47, 
48, 51, 52, 54, 64, 65, 74, 79, 81, 86, 87, 

89, 91, 92, 97, 98, 99, 101, 103, 112, 
118, 120, 127, 129, 136, 144, 153, 154, 
159, 170, 172, 173, 177, 181, 196, 199, 
200, 207, 220, 222, 223, 225, 226, 232, 
233, 246, 254, 271, 275, 282, 284, 288 ; 
Jos. 107, 252; Leon. 164, 219, 225, 
269; Harm. 116; Mat. 11, 111, 145, 
148, 188, 224,233,240,247,254; Maths. 
238; Mic. 60, 164, 240; Nat. 177; 
Newyear, 250; Nic. 2, 82, 106; Osw. 
48, 95, 98, 104, 116 ; Penny, 192 ; Pet. 
12, 32, 48; Phil. 125, 162, 168, 176, 

177, 217 ; Ric. 4, 14, 22, 34, 42, 46, 50, 
51, 58, 68, 75, 79, 91, 100, 109, 134, 142, 
144, 150, 214, 278 ; Rob. 6, 12, 21, 28, 
43, 49, 52, 54, 58, 65, 74>, 82, 89, 120, 
123, 135, 144, 157, 162, 163, 168, 177, 
179, 187, 192, 235, 253, 260 ; Rog. 143 ; 
Sam. 89, 135, 139, 141, 143, 158, 161, 
162, 171, 195, 200, 207, 213, 214, 216, 
235, 241, 255; Samp. 288; Silv. 260; 
Sim. 81, 275 ; Step. 32, 65 ; Suz. 162 ; 
Tho. 7, 32, 39, 54, 56, 64, 68, 71, 79, 88, 

90, 93, 100, 105, 109, 123, 186, 156, 160, 

178, 184, 186, 191, 200, 205, 217, 224, 
235, 241, 245, 263, 274, 278, 282 ; Tim. 
146; Val. 96 ; Wilf. 6, 46 ; Will. 4, 6, 7, 
8, 14, 18, 19, 20, 81, 46, 48, 58, 64, 68, 
71, 77, 91, 95, 99, 105, 108, 125, 132, 
140, 144, 146, 150, 153, 156, 160, 163, 
173, 176, 179, 184, 191, 196, 199, 213, 
215, 226, 229, 241, 247, 252, 254, 263, 
272, 274, 278, 282 

Smithies, Smithis, Smythes, Smiddies, 

Geo. 34; Job. 10, 28, 43; Leon. 100; 

Rob. 234 ; Tho. 43, 69, 80 ; Xpof. 84 
Smithson, Smythson, Car. and Char. 157, 

187 ; Chris, and Xpof. 17, 36, 287 ; Ed. 

15 ; Job. 35, 45 ; Mary, 173 ; Moses, 

190; Phil. 80; Ric. 80, 204, 254, 286; 

Tho. 15, 32, 33, 253, 254 ; Will. 36, 41, 

80, 187, 190, 253, 287 
Smowton, Ric. 161 
Smythbarne, Will. 11 
Snarr, Quintin, 196 
Snarr alias Snarey, Fran. 217 
Snaw, Job. 50 

Snawden, Solom. 154, 164 ; Will. 64, 163 
Snawsdell, Car. 187 ; Mat. 121, 187 
Snawsell, Ric. 24 
Sneeton, Rob. 204 
Snell, Step. 65 



INDEX 



333 



Snewstrupp, Geo. 98 

Snow, Ben. 211, 274, 281; Joh. 227; Ric. 

183, 210, 246 ; Rob. 210 ; Tho. 71, 246 
Sober, Will. 68 
Sokhill, Joh. 261 ; Will. 261 
Solby, Joh. 155 
Solden, Jerem. 225 
Sollitt, J s.256, 265 
Somerscales, see Summerscales 
Sommers, see Summers 
Sonley, Sonlay, Will. 17, 33 
Sotheby, Joh. 234 
Sotheron, Suddren, Soathern, Andr. 274 ; 

Hen. 27 ; Rog. 273 ; Will. 261 
South, Rog. 156 

Sowden, Jerem. 273 ; Will. 37, 226, 273 
Sowerby, Joh. 236 ; Tho. 255 
Sowersby, Tho. 229 
Sowray, Sowrey, Sowrie, Sowry, Soray, 

Jac. 20, 64, 79, 88, 105 ; Joh. 105 ; Jos. 

230, 247; Miles, 170; Rob. 88; Rog. 

164, 174 
Spacy, Spacie, Joh. 87, 142, 191, 260; 

Jonas, 83, 90; Luke, 260; Ric. 14, 

230 ; Rog. 101, 150 ; Will. 81, 101, 191, 

230 

Spa ike, Tho. 12 
Spalden, Spalding, Spawlden, Spalton, 

Hen. 85, 127, 143, 207; Marc. 168; 

Mat. 127, 168, 185 
Sparagon, Spargon, Joh. 43; Tho. 28, 

43 
Spark, Sparke, Aug. 2 ; Geo. 16 ; Lowr. 

17 ; Ric. 25 ; Rob. 16 ; Will. 17 
Sparlynge, Sperling, Joh. 95 ; Ric. 8 
Spavein, Mart. 158 

Spawton, Joh. Ill ; Rog. 42 ; Will. Ill 
Specke, Tho. 24 

Speed, Speede, Ric. 73 ; Will. 44, 73 
Spence, Spens, Spense, Abr. 122, 256; 

Edw. 115, 122, 152; Esdras, 105; 

Galf. 31 ; Gilb. 5 ; Geo. 49, 62 ; Hen. 

190, 238 ; Isaac, 279 ; Jac. 41 ; Joh. 

17, 18, 23, 49, 58, 105, 113, 152, 184, 

238; Mat. 277; Miles, 40, 109, 115; 

Rob. 27, 90 ; Rog. 13, 49, 113 ; Step. 

68; Tho. 33, 70, 92, 117, 118; Will. 

26, 33, 58, 109, 126, 184 ; Xpof. 101 
Spe icer, Spenser, Ambr. 120, 130 ; 

Fran. 278 ; Joh. 71, 96, 109, 147, 271 ; 

Paul, 109; Rob. 17; Tho. 37, 71, 96; 

Will. 6 

Spencley, Rad. 50 
Spender, Joh. 88 ; Rob. 3H, 88 
Spendlove, Spenlove, Sucklinge, 128, 148, 

215, 222 

Sperling, see Sparlynge 
Spetch, Joh. 252; Jos. 189; Ric. 115, 

143, 153, 189; Tho. l&L, 235; Will. 

153, 179, 235, 252 
Spicer, Nat. 196 
Spink, Spinck, Spynke, Fran. 60, 89; 

Hen. 34, 72, 126," 166, 172, 211, 241 ; 

Joh. 89, 172, 230, 288 ; Pet. 39 ; Ric. 

40, 211, 231, 260, 273, 288 ; Rob. 177, 



230, 258, 260 ; Rog. 9, 40, 43 ; Will. 9, 
43, 71, 241, 258 
Spooner, Tho. 214, 229, 269 
Spragan, Tho. 15 
Spragg, Tho. 149 
Sproke, Hen. 26 
Sprowston, Sproxton, Fran. 127; Tho. 

130, 169 

Squire, Squier, Ad. 75; Joh. 170, 220; 
Josh. 152, 161 ; Ric. 148, 178 ; Rob. 
127; Tho. 71, 72, 110, 173; Tim. 92, 
100, 152 ; Will. 108 
Stable, Joh. 34, 49 

Stabler, Edw. 262, 279 ; Eman. 197, 203, 
250, 262, 264; Redman, 264; Sam. 
262, 268 ; Will. 204, 250, 258 
Stabler alias Staveley, Joh. 258 
Stables, Edw. 93 
Stabley, Joh. 66 ; Nic. 160 ; Rob. 160 ; 

Will. 69 

Stafford, Rob. 126 ; Tho. 86, 91, 126 
Stagg, Stagges, Rob. 196 ; Will. 68, 108 
Staines, Tho. 218 
Stainforth, Joh. 149, 175, 230; Mary, 

137 

Stainthropp, Isaac, 151 
Stainton, Sfcaynton. Hen. 138, 170; Joh. 
21, 37, 155, 185 ; Mat. 22, 46 ; Ric. 76 ; 
Rob. 165, 204, 234 ; Will. 177 
Staitham, Joh. 178 
Stampe, Rob. 3 
Stamper, Joh. 113, 145, 149 
Stanas, Xpof. 41 
Standeven, Chris, and Xpof. 62, 74, 86 ; 

Joh. 7, 8, 13, 84, 36, 62, 74, 275 
Standish, Joh. 263 
Staneley, Tho. 76 
Stanfeild, Griffin, 133 
Stanforth, Standforth, Mr. 162; Sar. 

162 ; Tho. 272 
Staniforth, Joh. 181 
Staples, Alex. 243, 244 
Stappleton, Staplton, Tho. 72, 86 
Starke, Rob. 76 
Starker, Mark, 76 

Starkey, Brian, 213, 260 ; Ezek. 198, 274, 
283 ; Hen. 260 ; Livenea, 274 ; Rob. 288 
Starthwaite, Joh. 193 
Staveley, Chris. 249 ; Jac. 42 ; Mic. 109 ; 

Tho. 97, 109, 123, 244 ; Will. 244 
Staveley alias Stabler, Joh. 258 
Stayan, Tho. 199 
Staynburne, Stainburne, Hen. 46 ; Will. 

16, 46, 249 

Stead, Corn. 204, 267 ; Edm. 162 ; Joh. 
94, 131, 264; Mat. 108, 113; Pet. 81; 
Ric. 275 ; Tho. 124, 162 ; Will. 55, 89, 
127, 139, 297 
Steadman, Joh. 106 
Stearndale, Dan. 248 
Steel, Steile, Stele, Chris. 183, 258, 288 ; 
Fran. 197 ; Geo. 15, 51 ; Jac. 11, 19 ; 
Joh. 15, 16 ; Rad. 16 ; Ric. 19 ; Tho. 2, 
11, 148, 177, 236, 256, 288 ; Will. 234, 
258 



334 



THE FREEMEN OF YORK 



Steeton, Geo. 100 

Stell, Bart. 85 ; Joh. 158 

Stephen, Stephens, Stevens, Hen. 130; 

Joh. 151 ; Ric. 130 ; Will. 176 
Stephenson, Stevenson, Ad. 79; Amos, 

193; Chris. 115, 167, 207; Clem. 156, 

161 ; Fr. 115 ; Fran. 81, 238 ; Geo. 13, 

55, 147, 184, 194, 233, 236 ; Hen. 190 ; 

Isaac, 151, 210; Jac. and Jas. 178, 

210 ; Jane, 227 ; Joh. 9, 11, 22, 25, 85, 

135, 149, 184, 188, 207, 210, 226, 233, 

248, 250, 255, 257, 267, 287 ; Jonath. 

191 ; Leon. 272 ; Moses, 204, 257, 272 ; 

Eic. 73; Rob. 55, 171, 180, 225, 260, 

284 ; Tho. 69, 267, 275 ; Val. 203, 284 ; 

Will. 55, 57, 100, 148, 169, 184, 190, 

192, 193, 194, 203, 225, 227, 238, 241, 

250, 260, 262 

Stibbing, Stibbin, Edw. 149 ; Joh. 61 
Stiddy, Stiddie, Geo. 28 ; Tho. 28 
Stillingfleet, Will. 278 
Stion, Joh. 200 
Stock, Stoke, Stokk, Jac. 6, 14 ; Joh. 6, 7 ; 

Lyon. 77 
Stockdale, Stokdale, Stokdell, Stokedall, 

Ben. 200; Edw. 99, 137; Geo. 137, 

139 ; Joh. 49, 53, 82 ; Mart. 23 ; Rob. 

43, 49 ; Tho. 23, 57, 82 ; Will. 12, 43, 

50 

Stockhill, Geo. 197, 269 ; Will. 260 
Stockton, Geo. 149, 169, 185, 213 ; Tho. 

68, 149, 159, 185 
Stoddart, Joh. 44 
Stofing, Ric. 135 
Stokebridge, Jac. 38; Rob. 38 
Stonas, Fran. 26 
Stone, Stones. Fran. 11; Joh. 57, 185; 

Rob. 154, 185 ; Xpof. 21, 57 
Storehouse, Will. 187 
Stopford, Hen. 136 
Stoppard, Will. 203 
Storey, Story, Storie, Char. 126; Edw. 

115, 130, 175 ; Hug. 61 ; Joh. 175, 205 ; 

Jos. 126 ; Ric. 94, 126 ; Rob. 279 ; Tho. 

1,75 
Storm, Storme, Joh. 63, 93, 144, 210, 285 ; 

Miles, 111; Tho. 93, 135, 152; Will. 

135 
Stott, Stot, Geo. 82, 252 ; Joh. 62 ; Josh. 

214, 225, 226, 252 ; Mat. 283 ; Nic. 225 ; 

284 ; Rebec. 226 ; Ric. 284 ; Tho. 284 ; 

Will. 215, 283, 284 

Stourfield, Jac. 184. See Scourfield 
Stow, Hen. 246; Joh. 261, 268; Sam. 

207, 246, 251 ; Will. 161, 207 
Stowpe, Stoope, Tho. 118, 136 
Straker, Stracker, Edw. 19, 61 ; Geo. 61, 

125 ; Hamon, 166 ; Jac. 132, 166, 172 ; 

Joh. 61, 90, 115, 121, 125, 170, 172, 215 ; 

Mark, 76 ; Nic. 19, 30 ; Rad. 30 ; Ric. 

237 ; Rob. 110, 117, 150, 162, 170, 258 ; 

Sim. 117; Step. 124; Tho. 90,101, 115, 

150, 175, 193 ; Will. 22, 61, 106, 124, 

125, 149, 186 
Strickland, Sam. 280 ; Tho. 153 



Stringer, Joh. 29; Ric, 107; Tho. 29, 

143 ; Will. 95, 135 
Strother, Jac. 209 
Stroud, Joh. 263 
Stubbs, Stubbes, Hen. 74, 109 ; Joh. 220 ; 

Pet. 99 ; Ran. 66 ; Sim. 259 ; Tho. 220, 

259 ; Tim. 177 ; Will. 145, 240 
Stubley, Geo. 158 
Studdard, Hen. 112 
Sturdy, Sturdie, Hen. 264; Joh. 76; 

Marm. 238; Rob. 145, 199, 207, 238, 

250, 264; Sam. 207; Tho. 65 
Sturton, Joh. 6 

Sudbert, Joh. 174, 193 ; Rob. 193 
Suddall, Suddell, Edw. 191, 240; Hen. 

191 ; Joh. 258 ; Luke, 258 
Suddren, see Sotheron 
Sugar, Fran. 190, 229; Geo. 177, 211; 

Will. 229 
Sugden, Ed. 13; Isaac, 163; Joh. 127; 

Rob. 196; Xpof. 9, 13 
Suggett, Suggitt, Geo. 262; Ric. 236; 

Tho. 102, 168 ; Will. 90 
Summers, Sommers, Sumers, Rob. 177, 

212, 224, 267 ; Will. 224 
Summerscales, Somerscales, Ad. 102 ; 

Moses, 180 
Sumners, Rob. 224 
Sumpter, Geo. 15 ; Rob. 15 
Sumpton, Will. 98 
Sunder, Tho. 25 
Sunderland, Will. 94 
Sunman, Joh. 1 ; Tho. 120 
Sunton, Jos. 229, 245 
Surbutt, Cuth. 84, 134 ; Rob. 134 
Surr, Tho. 131 
Sutcliffe, Sutliffe, Geo. 228, 286; Hen. 

183, 224, 232 ; Jac. 224 ; Joh. 182, 206, 

228, 239; Jonas, 206; Ric. 232, 286; 

Will. 239 
Sutfeild, Joh. 204 
Suthebie, Sutheby, Suthibie, Marm. 17, 

25 ; Ric. 27 
Suttell, Suttle, Joh. 229, 230 ; Mary, 177 ; 

Tho. 272, 288 ; Will. 139, 152, 177, 229 
Sutton, Cuth. 11; Joh. 133, 206; Tho. 

91 ; Will. 99 
Swainson, Tho. 74 
Swainston, Hen. 248 
Swale, Swaile, Swayles, Chris, and Xpof. 

50, 88, 107, 115, 186 ; Dor. 225 ; Edw. 

244; Geo. 107; Hen. 134, 138, 208, 

209, 279; Joh. 88, 186, 219, 233; Jos. 

94, 105, 273; Pet. 19; Ric. 1, 89, 233, 

279; Rob. 273; Tho. 102, 134, 151, 

199, 208, 219 ; Walt. 45 ; Will. 150, 208. 

209, 219 

Swallow, Nat. 194, 200 
Swan, Swanne, Fran. 206, 244; Joh. 33, 

72, 104, 173, 219, 232, 246, 273; Mat. 

219 ; Ric. 39 ; Tho. 137, 181, 192, 223, 

232 ; Will. 192, 205, 244, 259, 273 
Swayne, Swaine, Fran. 166 ; Joh. 166 ; 

Miles, 55 
Sweard, Lane. 66 



INDEX 



335 



Swift, Pet. 91 ; Hie. 131 ; Tho. 85, 197, 

227 ; Will. 271 
Swinbank, Swinbanck, Swynbanke, Isaac, 

182, 185, 198, 210, 254; *Joh. 250; Phil. 

85, 185 ; Rob. 13, 15, 31, 70, 210, 250, 

254; Bog. 6, 40; Rol. and Bowl. 53,77, 

85, 182 ; Step. 34 ; Will. 40, 198 
Swyer, Tho. 59 
Sybson, Gilb. 21 
Syddall, Sydal, Syddell, Syddale, Job. 

18; Lawr. 13, 18; Ric. 18, 55; Rob. 

40, 59 ; Sam. 217 ; Tho. 223 ; Will. 55. 

See Siddall 

Sydes, Tho. 26 ; Will. 26 
Sye, Job. 171 

Syeres, Sam. 146 ; Will. 146 
Sykes, Job. 54 ; Tho. 13 
Syme, Job. 11 
Symison, Symeson, Symoson, Geo. 107 ; 

Mic. 201 ; Rob. 107, 146, 178 ; Will. 146 
Symondson, see Simondson 
Synkynson, Joh. 10 



Tabbe, Ric. 21 

Taill, Anth. 7 ; Joh. 2 

Tailor, Tailer, Tailour, Taillyor, Tailor, 
Tayller, Tayllour, Tayllyer, Tayllyor, 
Ab'r. 47, 85, 128, 133, 177, 184, 232, 
262 ; Anby. 218 ; Andr. 108, 113, 237 ; 
Anth. 90; Ben. 248, 277; Chris, and 
Xpof. 59, 72, 83, 120; Edw. 130; Eliz. 
177 ; Fran. 2, 44, 47, 61, 84, 127, 134 ; 
Geo. 5, 85, 92, 113, 133, 176, 177, 215, 
231, 274, 287 ; Isaac, 190 ; Jac. and Jas. 

4, 37, 72, 74, 113, 185, 189, 233 ; Joh. 1, 

5, 10, 13, 25, 60, 75, 79, 81, 84, 127, 
133, 154, 164, 181, 184, 190, 195, 217, 
228, 231, 234, 237, 256, 274 ; Jos. 117 ; 
Laur. 68; Leon. 2, 37; Harm. 86; 
Rad. 9, 13, 37, 59, 87, 95 ; Reg. 37 ; Ric. 
8, 87, 117, 133; Rob. 25, 59, 89, 130, 
156, 195, 229, 274 ; Rog. 91 ; Sam. 248 ; 
Tho. 1, 2, 19, 83, 100, 104, 113, 123, 
124, 125, 132, 145, 162, 164, 185, 188, 
204, 228, 274; Tim. 133; Will. 9, 10, 
12, 25, 36, 41, 69, 83, 84, 89, 102, 108, 
161, 188, 230, 274 

Tallentine, Tallentyne, Will. 47, 80 
Tanfeld, Tanfeild, Tanffeild, Hen. 56; 

Joh. 7, 56, 248 ; Jonath. 172, 214 ; Ric. 

22 ; Will. 46, 140 
Tankard, Char. 245 
Tarran, Joh. 285 ; Tho. 287 ; Walt. 285, 

287 

Tash, Mat. 170 
Tasker, Joh. 268 
Tate, Taite, Tayte, Geo. 191, 251 ; Hen. 

128 ; Joh. 112, 163, 204, 216, 246, 259, 

271, 272 ; Jonath. 137 ; Mat. 147 ; 

Phil. 183, 226; Ric. 187; Rob. 130; 

Tho. 268 ; Will. 82, 137, 204, 239, 246, 

259 

Tatham, Will. 230 
Tattersall, Ric. 106 



Taylor alias Gell, Bridg. 232 

Teasdale. Teasdall, Teasedale, Hen. 261 ; 

Tho. 130 ; Will. 154 
Tebb, Char. 160; Joh. 81, 88; Ric. 51, 

60, 88, 95 ; Tho. 95, 160 
Teele, Edw. 123, 125 
Telford, Car. 221; Geo. 161, 188, 195. 

221 ; Joh. 222 ; Rob. 195 
Temperton, Rob. 149 
Tempest, Fran. 41 ; Tho. 146 
Temple, Geo. 176 ; Joh. 27, 94 ; Leon. 

9 ; Rob. 9 ; Tho. 1 ; Will. 148 
Tenant, Tennant, Tennaunt, Teannant, 

Tennand, Ben. 57, 158 ; Car. and Char. 

16, 66, 203; Geo. 59, 65; Jac. 104; 

Joh. 30, 125, 139, 149, 203, 220; Jos. 

139, 207; Mat. 157; Ric. 81, 99, 102, 

115, 176, 178, 247 ; Rob. 66, 121, 279 ; 

Tho. 97, 139, 207 ; Will. 16, 30, 50, 69, 

220, 247 

Temiy, Geo. 124 

Tennyswoodd, Jac. 18, 56 ; Will. 56 
Terry, Tirrie, Tyrrie, Tyrry, Ben. 192; 

Fran. 40 ; Geo. 15, 97, 121, 187 ; Hen. 

136 ; Joh. 126, 177, 185, 190, 211, 232, 

257, 288 ; Leon. 182, 257, 273 ; Oliver, 

7, 40, 51, 126; Ralph, 206, 279; Rob. 

84, 94, 126, 134 ; Ruben, 211 ; Sam. 

207, 254; Tho. 6, 7, 51, 63, 67, 121, 

237 ; Will. 128, 134, 187, 192, 207 
Tesh, Teshe, Tesk, Geo. 46, 85, 113 ; Joh. 

44, 46, 49, 113, 231, 240; Mat. 240; 

Perciv. 49, 83, 85; Rad. and Ralph, 

164, 259 ; Ric. 83 ; Rog. 99 ; Tho. 241 ; 

Will. 44, 99, 164, 215, 231, 241, 259 
Tesheton, Teshton, Joh. 42 ; Osw. 73 
Tesimond, Tessimond, Tesymond, Anth. 

47 ; Fran. 47 ; Jas. 71, 161 ; Joh. 161 ; 

Rob. 1 ; Will. 33 ; Xpof. 33 
Teward, Hen. 83 ; Will. 23, 83 
Tewe, Will. 35 
Thackwray, Thackerey, Thackaray, 

Brian, 92 ; Hen. 89, 101 ; Jas. 47 ; Joh. 

141, 143, 182, 235, 250 ; Ric. 141, 213, 

230, 250 ; Rob. 174, 182, 210 ; Tho. 62. 

92, 101, 204, 213, 233 ; Will. 210 
Theakston, Chris. 209, 237, 253 ; Joh. 91, 

224, 231; Jos. 253; Pet. 229, 273; 

Will. 102 
Thearsby, Eman. 158, 220 ; Jos. 138 ; 

Mat. 220; Pet. 132; Tho. 234; Will. 

88, 132, 138 
Thickepenny, Will. 46 
Thirnam, Chris. 119, 210, 211; Fran. 

210, 270, 288 ; Joh. 288 ; Will. 270 
Thirsk, Hen. 171 
Thistlethwaite, Thistlethwaites, Thissil- 

thwate, Chris, and Xpof. 122, 212 ; 

Edw. 58 ; Geo. 109, 198 ; Hen. 42 ; Joh. 

58 ; Mary, 198 ; Miles, 23, 58, 135 ; 

Sara, 212 

Thistlewood, Geo. 98 
Thomas, Leon. 194; Nat. 148; Ric. 128, 

150, 192, 194 ; Rob. 123 ; Will. 192, 

193, 277 



336 



THE FREEMEN OF YORK 



Thomlinson, Thomlingson, Thomlynson, 
Thomplynson, Tomlinson, Cris. and 
Chris. 50, 191, 193; Edm. 31; Edw. 
34 121 ; Eliz. 47 ; Fran. 145, 154, 191 ; 
Heneage, 234; Jac. 213; Joh, 26, 27, 
87 38, 92, 97, 104, 125, 213 ; Jos. 164, 
177- Laur. 155, 181; Mart. 92; Mic. 
64 ; Miles, 52 ; Phil. 157, 169 ; Eic. 48, 
92 ; Bob. 97 ; Tho. 13, 47, 52, 64, 107, 
124, 126, 134, 157, 167 ; Will. 26, 97 

Thompson, Thomson, Tompson, Tomson, 
Barn. 110; Brian, 72, 140, 176, 186, 
196, 201, 221; Char. 71; Chris, and 
Xpof. 50, 74, 91 ; Cuth. 39, 264 ; Dav. 
16 ; Edw. 71, 140, 157, 185, 215 ; Fran. 
181, 226, 269, 283 ; Geo. 7, 16, 39, 63, 
69, 74, 75, 83, 103, 128, 151, 166, 181, 
187, 197, 209, 211, 236, 259, 264 ; Hen. 
29, 86, 62, 68, 69, 78, 84, 87, 107, 109, 
112, 126, 133, 138, 167, 180, 211, 232 ; 
Humf . 25 ; Jac. 56, 223 ; Joh. 7, 22, 
24, 25, 75, 78, 83, 85, 102, 108, 115, 121, 
133, 142, 151, 159, 172, 177, 180, 187, 
198, 212, 216, 217, 224, 237, 249, 256, 
262, 266, 267, 274, 275, 277; Jonas, 
190, 197, 281, 263, 284; Jonath. 221; 
Jos. 167, 202, 255; Josh. 235; Laur. 
47, 99, 142, 187; Leon. 31, 84, 106, 
121, 152, 172, 185, 212, 238; Marm. 
106; Mart. 30; Mary, 181; Mat. 157, 
169 ; Myles, 4, 16 ; Nic. 148, 176, 187, 
243 ; Pet. 56, 243 ; Rad. 38 ; Ric. 7, 49, 
81, 91, 99, 185, 193, 201, 205, 216, 238, 
259, 262, 263; Rob. 6, 9, 21, 43, 90, 
103, 140, 148, 147, 151, 166, 173, 189, 
196, 202, 204, 229, 235, 239, 242, 249, 
267, 271 ; Rog. 22, 34, 63, 159 ; Sam. 
218; Samp. 71; Solom. 209; Step. 
127; Tabitha, 185; Tho. 6, 7, 31, 47, 
57, 60, 83, 85, 86, 109, 145, 148, 150, 151, 
158, 154, 187, 195, 198, 199, 202, 205, 
211, 217, 243, 245, 247, 249, 258, 264, 
267, 279, 283, 288 ; Trist. 77 ; Will. 6, 
19, 80, 31, 37, 42, 44, 48, 57, 65, 74, 78, 
97, 108, 123, 155, 176, 195, 196, 197, 
204, 216, 217, 218, 228, 232, 236, 239, 
242, 258, 262, 275, 283, 284, 288 

Thornbeck, Josh. 213 

Thornbury, Boswell, 119 ; Will. 76, 119 

Thorneburgh, Rob. 19 

Thornedike, Tho. 104 

Thornham, Fran. 249 

Thornhill, Thornell, Edw. 83; Jac. 28, 
83 ; Joh. 20 ; Ric. 20, 72 ; Tho. 27, 72 

Thornthwait, Obad. 215 

Thornton, Thoraeton, Edw. 81 ; Joh. 34, 
148 ; Ric. 61 ; Sam. 237 ; Tho. 84, 95 ; 
Will. 76, 82, 266, 267 

Thorp, Thorpe, Geo. 114, 149, 187, 277 ; 
Hen. 168, 172 ; Joh. 85, 181, 155, 168 ; 
Lawr. 46, 80, 139; Rad. 46: Ric. 80, 
114, 128, 139, 149, 166, 187 ; Rob. 170 ; 
Tho. 247 ; Will. 137, 145 

Thowe, Pet. 31 

ThurscrosBe, Rob. 10 



Thursleby, Fred. 102 

Thwaite, Thwaites, Anth. 132; Gabr. 

42; Geo. 18, 29; Jos. 222; Tho. 137, 

205, 234 
Thwenge, Thwing, Thwinge, Edw. 119, 

155, 170, 228, 264 ; Geo. 170, 230 ; Jas. 

155 ; Laurencia, 162 
Tidmarsh, Ric. 216 
Tierman, Tireman, see Tyreman 
Tiffney, Mart. 85 
Tilborn, Will. 265 
Tildesley, Mic. 80 
Tilford, Geo. 212 ; Joh. 212 
Tilly, Arch., 108 

Tilson, Tylson, Geo. 58, 93 ; Joh. 227 
Tindall, Tindell, Tyndale, Tyndall, Anth. 

19 ; Geo. 94 ; Joh. 119 ; Pet. 95 ; Rad. 

94; Ric. 159; Rob. 105; Rog. 110; 

Tho. 2 ; Will. 13, 100, 147 
Tinker, Joh. 280 
Tiplady, Jas. 258; Joh. 209; Jonath. 

252 ; Will. 87, 152, 209, 252, 253 
Tipling, Typlyn, Geo. 127; Joh. 127; 

Sim. 98 ; Tim. 113 
Tipping, Tippin, Tiping, Joh. 160, 210, 

224 ; Mat. 66 ; Ric. 224 ; Will. Ill, 160 
Titchmarsh, Ric. 112 
Tivie, Jas. 112 
Todd, Chris, and Xpof. 5, 101; Edw. 

204 ; Geo. 51, 241 ; Hen. 180; Jac. and 

Jas. 92, 128, 139, 194, 260, 264 ; Joh. 

24, 95, 112, 117, 122, 131, 151, 153, 154, 

177, 216, 231, 234, 249, 270, 286 ; Jos. 

170; Marm. 57, 96; Mic. 33, 41, 67; 

Pet. 58, 122; Reg. 50, 95; Ric. 151, 

255 ; Rob. 61, 65, 87, 95, 113, 117, 176, 

214 ; Sam. 91, 139, 163, 194, 241, 260 ; 

Tho. 153, 155, 174, 183, 271 ; Will. 1, 14, 

42, 51, 60, 76, 113, 117, 172, 176, 180, 

204 

Toller, Rob. 34, 43. See Towler 
Tollett, Geo. 130 
Tomlin, Joh. 149 
Topcliffe, Topliffe, Malin, 120 ; Ric. 225 ; 

Rob. 108 ; Will. 268 
Topham, Topam, Chris. 166 ; Fran. 66 ; 

Hen. 147, 166, 235; Jerem. 198; Joh. 

26, 253 ; Josh. 126 ; Luke, 287 ; Mat. 

41, 49; Tho. 92, 200, 245, 253, 261, 

287 ; Thurscross, 235 ; Will. 92, 140, 

245 
Tophan, Chris, and Xpof. 65, 74, 76, 82, 

118, 122; Fran. 67; Hen. 113; Joh. 

64 ; Mat. 73 
Toppyn, Toppinge, Toppyng, Ambr. 268 ; 

Geo. 9, 27, 45, 47, 57; Joh. 45, 199, 

268 ; Will. 1, 9, 47 
Torton, see Turton 

Tottington, Ric. 107, 152 ; Sam. 152, 185 
Towel, Sam. 243 
Towenson, Jos. 236 
Towers, Towre, Towres, Geo. 209 ; Gerv. 

220 ; Mat. 221 ; Nic. 70, 91 ; Rob. 186, 

231 ; Sam. 234 ; Tho. 131, 173, 186, 209, 

220, 221 ; Will. 281 



INDEX 



337 



Towes, Joh. 161 

Towler, Joh. 25. See Toller 

Towne, Townes, Ric. 168, 175, 212 

Towiiend, Joh. 249 ; Rob. 14 

Towneson, Townson, Miles, 186; Will. 

205 

Towtill, Jos. 266 
Trattle, Will. 60 

Trayne, Traine, Joh. 149, 197, 246 
Trevis, Tho. 155 
Trewe, Andr. 7, 26 
Trewett, Trewitt, Joh. 98; Jos. 141; 

Will. 141 

Trewfitt, Jos. 188 ; Will. 188 
Trewis, Fran. 161 
Trewman, Trueman, Char. 140; Chris. 

170 ; Hen. 219 ; Jas. 155 ; Joh. 121 ; 

Rob. 188, 287 ; Tho. 220, 287 ; Will. 

159, 170, 188, 219, 220 
Trollop, Hen. 136 ; Rob. 106, 136 
Trotter, Joh. 73 ; Tho. 82, 110 ; Xpof. 110 
Troughton, Nic. 56 
Trowles, Joh. 212; Tho. 174, 212, 226; 

Will. 226 

Trueman, see Trewman 
Truslove, Trouslove, Josias, 148, 189, 

199, 229 ; Rob. 189, 229, 234 ; Tho. 199 
Tubley, Mic. 42 ; Step. 42 
Tuke, Tewke, Joh. 90, 222, 272; Marc. 

and Mark, 192, 239 ; Mary, 226 ; Rad. 

61, 90 ; Sara. 233, 273, 282 ; Will. 80, 

148, 158, 192, 222, 226, 233, 239, 273 
Tunstall, Joh. 53, 205, 267 ; Marra. 224, 

267, 283 ; Tho. 283 
Turlay, Rob. 132 
Turnbridge, Phil. 83 
Turnbull, Turnebull, Joh. 113, 146 ; Ric. 

222, 246; Rob. 163, 222; Sam. 176, 

184; Tho. 114, 176; Will. 114, 146, 

148 

Turnell, Will. 256 
Turner, Ad. 10 ; Anth. 15, 88 ; Ben. 206 ; 

Cres. and Xpof. 10, 21 ; Dan. 183, 224 ; 

Edw. 7, 22, 29, 67 ; Geo. 67, 101, 204, 

266 ; Hen. 124, 147, 183, 224, 288 ; Joh. 

124, 172, 177, 231, 232, 242, 266, 282 ; 

Jos. 101, 203; Josh. 211; Mic. 11; 

Phil. 29 ; Ric. 211 ; Rob. 15, 58 ; Tho. 

7, 22, 30, 58, 148, 282 ; Tim. 137, 177, 

203, 206, 231; Will. 25, 81, 105, 142 
Turney, Hen. 131 
Turpin, Geo. 236, 278, 285 ; Hen. 217 ; 

Joh. 278, 279 ; Will. 285 
Turtoh, Torton, Aquil. 151,199, 202, 214 ; 

Char. 2 ; Edw. 214; Geo. 1; Job. 202 
Tute, Will. 170 
Tuteing, Tutin, Joh. 96, 171, 221; Ric. 

221 

Tuton, Will. 182 
Tuttie, Rob. 117 

Twisleton, Twislton, Geo. 71; Joh. 255 
Twist, Car. 172, 209", 247 ; Joh. 209, 247, 

284 

Tyllectson, Rob. 13 
Tylson, see Tilson 

VOL. II. 



Tymperton, Joh. 245 

Typpyn, Geo. 58 

Tyreman, Tyrman, Tierman, Tireman, 
Fran. 70, 77, 95, 181 ; Hen. 78, 83, 133, 
214, 228 ; Jac. and Jas. 135, 144 ; Joh. 
99, 105, 135 ; Mic. 50, 62 ; Ric. 78, 99, 

133, 169, 189, 266 ; Rob. 120, 157 ; Tho. 
112, 171, 214, 269; Will. 76, 77, 133, 

134, 144, 185, 194, 258, 265, 269 
Tyrril, Oliv. 88 

Tyson, Tison Ambr. 36 ; Brian, 35, 46 ; 
Geo. 46 ; Hen. 35 ; Joh. 36 ; Rob. 36, 
41, 132, 173 ; Will. 35, 173 

Ubanck, see Ewbank 

Udall, Lane. 186 

Ullathorn, Tho. 102 

Umpleby, Joh. 231 

Unitt, Tho. 67, 70 

Unthank, Unthancke, Chris. 141; Joh. 

167, 267 

Upton, Joh. 256 ; Tho. 204, 280 
Usher, Char. 193 ; Joh. 151 ; Mat. 69 

Valentyne, Nic. 8, 6 

Vallance, Will. 87, 129 

Vanard, Joh. 178 

Vannard alias Vanner, Joh. 232 

Vanner, Claybrooke, 251 ; Joh. 251 

Varley, Varlow, Edw. 287; Joh. 268; 

Ralph, 139; Ric. 237; Tho. 169, 201, 

216, 218, 243 ; Will. 287 
Vary, Varey, Joh. 128 ; Josh. 251 ; Ric. 

169, 254 ; Will. 205, 251, 254 
Vause, Vauce, Vaux, Vawse, Anth. 18, 

73; Cuth. 9, 43; Hen. 11; Jas. 103; 

Joh. 18, 56, 61, 64, 89, 93, 103 ; Mat. 

21 ; Rob. 9, 11, 13, 21, 43, 51, 73 ; Tho. 

38, 77 ; Will. 18 

Vavasour Vavasour; Edw. 9, 13; Will. 1 
Vawcke, Will. 39 
Ventris, Joh. 227 ; Tho. 65 
Vepan, Geo. 120 ; Joh. #6 
Vessey, Vesse, Mat. 102 ; Mic. 104, 159 ; 

.Revel, 159; Ric. 31; Rob. 31; Will. 

67, 225 

Vevers, Ric. 261 

Vicars, Viccars, Joh. 227 ; Ric. 180 
Vincent, Rob. 138, 180 
Vint, Chris. 167 
Vitty, Will. 200 
Vogler, Joh. 222, 223 
Voser, Tho. 264 

' * 

Waddington, Geo. 137 ; Nat. 265 . 
Waddy, Waddie, Tho. 13, 58 = ; 
Wade, Waid, Wayd, Arth. 43 ; Chris; and 

Xpof. 67, 104, 142; Ezek. 142; <Fran. 

"25, 29; Geo. 10, 74; Joh. 44, 114,.' 138, 

195, 197, 241, 245, 247 ; Laur. 28, 34 ; 

Mart. 72; Mat. 145, 179; Phil. 134; 

Ralph. 145i Rob. 57, 134; Tho. 115, 

161, 17.1, 191 ; Tim. 157, 195, .246 ; 

Will. 149, 245, 256 



338 



THE FREEMEN OF YORK 



Wadman, Will. '244 

Wadaworth, Waddesworth, Fran. '20, 57 ; 

Job. 27, 30, 69 ; Rob. 69, 89 ; Tho. '25 ; 

Will. 57 

Wadworth, Will. 54 
Waggitt, Luke, 91 ; Will. 102 
Waice, Tho. 263 ; Will. 263 
Wainhouse, Will. 249 
Wainman, Waineman, Waynman, Geo. 

99; Harm. 1; Nic. 68, 99; Tho. 2; 

Will. 249 

WaiHtell, Lane. 21 
Waite, Wait, Wate, Wayt, Bea. 175; 

Geo. 14, 50, 101, 154, 269 ; Hen. 23, 90, 

183, 173, 181, 191, 196, 241, 242, 257, 
264, 269 ; Jac. 191 ; Joh. 10, 30, 45, 58, 
67, 110, 137, 145, 181, 192, 195, 204, 
221, 287; Mart. 7; Mat. 123; Miles, j 
124 ; Nic. 250 ; Pet. 25 ; Ran. 58 ; Ric. 
14, 58, 98 ; Rob. 35, 77, 138, 173, 176, 

184, 198, 211, 246, 256, 257, 259 ; Seth, 
70, 88, 126 ; Theop. 217 ; Tho. 62, 93, I 
107, 115, 123, 170, 184, 192, 193, 201, j 
221, 238, 259, 277 ; Trist. 77 ; Will. 17, 
37, 45, 50, 54, 115, 128, 182, 195, 237, 
250 

Wake, Joh. 178, 258 ; Ralph, 278 ; Tho. 

219 
Wakefield, Wakefeild, Waikefeld, Hen. 

246; Joh. 232, 244; Ric. 8, 39; Tho. 

8, 89, 86 

Walbancke, Rein. 155 
Waldby, Waudby, Wawdbie, Jerem. Ill ; 

Will. 70, 111. See Wandby 
Walden, Jos. 169, 220 ; Mark, 154, 189 ; 

Ric. 187, 189 
Wales, Waills, Wayles, Joh. 158; Will. 

65, 100 
Walker, Allan, 91, 135, 145, 179; Ann, 

247 ; Anth. 121, 128, 133, 182, 221 ; 

Arth. 257; Ben. 178; Brian, 39, 90; 

Chris, and Xpof. 13, 137, 182, 206; 

Edw. 119, 155; Elias, 89; Galf. 71; 

Geo. 18, 32. 46, 199, 208, 261 ; Hen. 

28, 100, 138, 141, 144, 145, 212, 213; 

Jac. and Jas. 132, 208, 227, 284 ; Jeff. 

21 ; Joh. 8, 9, 35, 60, 71, 76, 99, 108, 

118, 128, 183, 135, 137, 139, 141, 144, 
151, 153, 160, 179, 180, 181, 182, 184, 
191, 195, 197, 202, 207, 211, 220, 227, 
231, 234, 235, 244, 247, 254, 255, 257, 
259, 261, 267, 284, 285, 286 ; Jos. 254 ; 
Mark, 254; Marm. 13; Mat. 86, 107, 

119, 197, 244, 268, 288; Nat. 215; 
Ofiw. 116, 192, 198; Phil. 15; Ralph, 

120, 158 ; Ric. 1, 34, 35, 42, 66, 72, 89, 
137, 156, 163, 199, 220 ; Rob. 13, 35, 72, 
145; Sam. 81, 116, 121, 128, 180,259, 
276 ; Tho. 88, 46, 50, 76, 82, 90, 107, 
120, 123, 127, 151, 153, 158, 163, 164, 
178, 182, 207, 220, 227, 232, 249, 252, 
269, 279, 282, 288 ; Walt. 131, 160, 168 ; 
Will. 32, 37, 43, 57, 115, 121, 139, 144, 
156, 137, 160, '204, 211, 213, 234, 247, 
ii52, 254, ar9, '268, 276, 28'2, 285, 286 



Walkington, Walkyngton, Walkinton, 

Wawkynton, Edw. 24; Geo. 19, 47, 

67; Joh. 210; Laur. 47; Raph, 100; 

R'ob. 21. 75; Tho. 76, 188, 164, 191, 

210 ; Will. 67 
Waller, Allan, 89; Geo. 66, 129; Hen. 

129 ; Jac.' and Jas. 157, 159 ; Joh. 68, 

116, 124, 157 ; Perci". 29 ; Phil. 65, 95 ; 

Rob. 63, 112, 116, 126, 158, 165 ; Bowl. 

133 ; Tho. 6, 29, 88, 155, 183, 219 ; Will. 

47, 48, 88, 89, 95, 121 
Walles, Walls, Conand, 24 ; Edm. 164 ; 

Geo. 122, 164, 216; Leon. 36; Mat. 

164, 216 ; Rad. 284 ; Rob. 27 ; Will. 7, 

36,80 
Wallis, Dan. 266 ; Edw. 255, 262 ; Nic. 

61 ; Ric. 104 ; Rob. 256 
Walmesley, Rog. 10 
Walsh, Joh. 91 ; Will. 275 
Walter, Walters, Joh. 189; Tho. 161; 

Will. 69, 140 
Walton, Fran. 40 ; Mat. 33 ; Ric. 30, 38 ; 

Tho. 42, 82, 108 ; Uriah, 249 ; Xpof. 24 
Wandby, Joh. 121; Will. 121. See 

Waldby 
Warcup, Warrcup, Hug. 22, 69; Joh. 

223 ; Will. 69 
Ward, Warde, Abr. 258; Anth. 27; 

Coesar, 243 ; Char. 38, 158 ; Edw. 91, 

169, 230; Geo. 116, 158, 279; Gerv. 

and Jarv. 146, 189; Hen. 101; Jas. 

Ill, 242; Joh. 35, 52, 66, 102, 118, 

122, 159, 186, 202, 203, 236, 242, 258, 

260, 263, 271 ; Jos. 148, 202, 279 ; Mart. 

99 ; Mat. 100, 159 ; Nat. 118, 169 ; Nic. 

148, 186; Ric. 15, 76, 158, 260; Rob. 

27, 81, 100, 109, 117, 148, 189, 203, 217, 

257, 272 ; Rog. 115, 158, 188, 260 ; Tho. 

93, 97, 98, 130, 164, 165, 186, 189, 193, 

203, 217, 228, 255, 263 ; Will. 12, 36, 189 
Wardell, Andr. 85 ; Anth. 34 ; Brian, 15, 

46 ; Fran. 63, 85 ; Mat. 132 ; Will. 9, 

16, 46 

Wardman, Joh. 249 ; Rob. 95 ; Will. 112 
Wardrop, Ottiwell, 68 
Warner, Tho. 245 
Warriner, Warrener, Warryner, Edw. 58, 

143 ; Hen. 2 ; Joh. 2, 34, 143 ; Tho. 34 ; 

Will. 25 
Warter, Joh. 88, 43 ; Rob. 67, 184 ; Will. 

80, 184 
Warwick, Warwyke, Hen. 201 ; Jas. 155 ; 

Joh. 193, 201 ; Xpof. 32 
Waalinge, Joh. 70, 86 ; Pat. 35 ; Pet. 28 ; 

Rob. 30, 70, 104 ; Will. 104 
Wasse, Joh. 193 ; Rob. 125 ; Will. 71, 86, 

125 
Waterhouse, Watterhouse, Anth. 117 ; 

Char. 160; Dyon. 128; Fran. 228; 

Geo. 85, 123 ; Joh. 125, 166, 201 ; Mat. 

166, 201, 215 ; Rob. 29 ; Tho. 166, 228 
Waters, Watter, Watters, Brian, 15; 

Jac. 214; Joh. 135,217; Rob. 11, 18, 

19, 83, 41, 135; Roll. 11, 15, 21, 47; 

Trist. 15 ; Will. 15, 35 ; Xpof. 18, 21 



INDEX 



889 



Watkin, Watkins, Chris. 161, 230, 232, 
238 ; Jos. 288 ; Leon. 282 

Watkinson, Watkynson, Char. 286 ; Geo. 
22, 29 ; Jas. 237 ; Josh. 237, 286 ; Ric. 
248 ; Bowl. 145 ; Sam. 286 ; Tho. 189, 
218, 229, 286 ; Tim. 199 ; Will. 78 

Watman, Bart. 57, 71 ; Joh. 25, 57 

Watson, Watsone, Wattson, Alex. 29 ; 
Anth. 59, 84, 129, 138, 167 ; Arth. 63 ; 
Barn. 113; Car. and Char. 148, 267; 
Chris, and Xpof. 82, 124; Cuth. 34; 
Den. 281 ; Edw. 26, 60, 71, 75, 90, 188, 
157 ; Eman. 185, 239, 250 ; Fran. 248 ; 
Geo. 3, 17, 18, 29, 83, 64, 68, 71, 78, 92, 
98, 113, 118, 136, 140, 183, 239 ; Hen. 
120 ; Jac. and Jas. 46, 82, 250 ; Joh. 9, 
17, 19, 26, 32, 34, 36, 48, 60, 63, 64, 86, 
96, 100, 118, 133, 140, 152, 153, 163, 167, 
169, 183, 186, 189, 211, 222, 263, 269, 
272; Lawr. 11, 27, 28, 74; Leon. 57, 
72, 86; Luc. 40; Mig. 5; Osw. 15; 
Pet. 8, 40, 75 ; Rad. 227 ; Ric. 3, 16, 
181, 132, 239, 249 ; Rob. 16, 27, 29, 30, 
44, 63, 64, 74, 78, 92, 104, 124, 285; 
Bowl. 107, 121 ; Step. 63, 71, 102, 117 ; 
Tho. 2, 10, 25, 32, 36, 63, 82, 87, 92, 96, 
101, 102, 122, 124, 129, 136, 137, 140, 
142, 157, 191, 239 ; Tim. 191 ; Will. 2, 
4, 7, 10, 18, 16, 17, 18, 22, 25, 28, 39, 
42, 45, 60, 64, 72, 74, 84, 88, 108, 185, 
188, 189, 211, 250, 267, 269, 280, 285 

Wattersonn, Rob. 24 

Watterworth, Pet. 79 

Watts, Chris. 79 

Waud, Waude, Joh. 166, 207, 218, 225, 
267, 286; Jos. 207; Rob. 61; Sam. 
218, 230, 284, 288; Tho. 249; Will. 
243, 256, 267 

Waugh, Sam. 197, 211, 250; Ric. 250; 
Will. 250 

Waun, Edw. 66 

Waunope, Wanop, Wanopp, Edw. 51; 
Hug. 46 ; Rob. 10, 46, 49, 51 

Wawdbie, see Waldby 

Wawton, Joh. 5, 13 ; Tho. 11 

Waynd, Waind, Chris. 145; Fran. 92, 
106 ; Geo. 270 ; Jac. 211 ; Joh. 180, 
186; Ric. 94, 133, 144, 145, 147, 180, 
251 ; Tho. 110, 111, 129 ; Will. 98, 205, 
212, 251, 252 

Wayne, Marrow, 174 

Waynedright, Ric. 45 

Wear, Weare, Weere, Were, Nic. 81, 73 ; 
Perciv. 73, 107 ; Rob. 52, 98 ; Tho. 5, 
31, 52, 94 ; Will. 8, 35, 98, 107, 189 

Wearesdale, Wearsdale, Andr. 154 ; Joh. 
97 

Weathill, Joh. 253 

Webb, Ric. 28 ; Rob. 28 

Webster, Alvery, 194, 241, 258; Anth. 
31; Cris. 9; Clem. 199; Edw. 228; 
Geo. 66; Jac. and Jas. 91, 145, 153, 
184, 199 ; Joh. 21, 59, 66, 78, 281 ; Jos. 
241; Leon. 42, 91; Harm. 4; Phil. 
Ill, 141, 153; Ralph, 66; Ric. 155, 



177, 194, 251; Rob. 91, 99,180, 162; 

Tho. 135, 177, 184, 187, 231, 284, 251 ; 

Will. 10, 21, 59, 71, 130, 141, 177, 241 
Weddall, Weddell, Edm. 101 ; Edw. 129, 

147, 192 ; Geo. 48 ; Jeff. 26 ; Joh. 5, 16, 

17, 48, 51, 88, 90, 103, 133, 178, 202, 

220, 238 ; Leon. 58, 67, 88, 129, 147 ; 

Rob. 29, 51, 58, 103, 113, 141, 156; 

Tho. 17, 156, 192 ; Will. 138, 141 
Weetman, Joh. 80 ; Will. 80 
Welbank, Rob. 264 
Welburne, Arch. 14; Chris. 155; Geo. 

226, 240; Hug. 91, 105, 137; Joh. 8, 

145, 162, 226; Jonath. 137; Ric. 178, 

240 ; W. 14 ; Will. 8, 14, 132, 152 
Welch, Will. 245 

Welfitt, Jerem. 129, 157 ; Joh. 157 
Wells, Welles, Edw. 92, 135 ; Fran. 100 ; 

Gilb. 35 ; Joh. 84, 258 ; Ric. 44, 49, 84 ; 

Rob. 135; Tho. 140, 193, 258; Will. 

54, 92 
Wemick, Weymick, Weynnik, Bartlett, 

203, 258 ; Dav. 258 ; Edm. 240 ; Edw. 

222; Joh. 258; Pet. 258; Tho. 258; 

Walt. 171, 208, 222, 240, 258, 260 
Wempe, Joh. 104 
Wenfield, Jas. 274 ; Joh. 212, 274 
Wennington, Will. 89 
Wentworth, Godf. 248, 288 
Werdon, Jac. 8 
West, Anth. 140 ; Dan. 188 ; Chris. 140 ; 

Fran. 248 ; Jac. and Jas. 124, 169, 222, 

266; Jaquis, 214; Joh. 147, 169, 198, 

222, 266; Jonath. 99, 198; Tho. 13, 

137, 211 

Westburne, Joh. 107 
Westby, Gabr. 87 
Westerby, Westobie, Joh. 55 ; Ric. 69 ; 

Tho. 120 

Westhropp, Ric. 172 
Westlock, Joh. 201 ; Will. 201 
Westmarland, Ric. 16 
Westwood, Geo. 230 ; Joh. 53 ; Nic. 120 ; 

Will. 205, 214, 226 
Wetherell, Wetherill, Weatherell, Anth. 

44 ; Bart. 204, 263 ; Edw. 33 ; Eman. 

179 ; Geo v 25, 44 ; Jac. 56 ; Joh. 83, 

196, 205, 221, 253, 283; Harm. 67; 

Nic. 112 ; Tho. 57, 102, 119, 152, 179, 

193 ; Will. 48, 170, 221 
Whall, Greg. 16 
Whalley, Whallay, Whawley, Edw. 69 ; 

Job. 281; Mat. 9; Will. 100 
Wharf, Ad. 26 ; Rob. 26 
Wharram, Will. 117 
Wharreyj Joh. 255 
Wharton, Whorton, Warton, Whaton, 

Andr. 256 ; Anth. 73, 121 ; Arth. 256 ; 

Brian, 14, 41, 56, 74 ; Car. and Char. 

83, 102, 172, 239 ; Edw. 17, 230, 282 ; 

Fran. 45, 57 ; Gabr. 94, 103, 121 ; Geff. 

10 ; Geo. 56, 130, 265 ; Hen. 74, 110, 282 ; 

Jac. 204 ; Joh. 23, 41, 121 , 173, 194, 

240 ; Leon. 261 ; Mat. 194, 280, 237, 

240, 245, 261; Mic. 162; Ric. 239 



340 



THE FBEEMEN OF YORK 



Rob. 178 ; Step. 110 ; Will. 14, 35, 49, 
50, 65, 91, 95 
Wheadley, Hen. 286 
Whealley (? Wheatley\ Will. 190 
Wheatley, Wheitley, Geo. 139, 201 ; Jas. 
141 ; Rob. 16, 55, 57 ; Sam. 209 ; Step. 
84, 139, 142, 201 ; Tho. 116 ; Will. 55, 
84, 107, 142, 190, 209, 252 
Wheelar alias Wheelas, Job.. 258 
Wheelas alias Wheelar, Job. 258 
Wheeler, Wheeler, Cooper, 242; Jas. 

258 ; Job. 242 ; Eic. 196 
Wheelhouse, Whelas, Wheellas, Job. 

190, 282 ; Jos. 185 ; Mart. 67 
Wheelwright, Wheleuright, Car. 188; 
Fr. 117; Fran. 106; Job. 152, 188, 
202 ; Mr. 124 
Whekysley, Mat. 2 
Wheldftle, Tho. 21 
Wheldrake, Job. 28 ; Tho. 28 
Whisker, see Wisker 
Wbitacres, Whittakers, Whitaker, Job. 
112, 189; Sam. 228, 284, 272; Step. 
125 ; Tho. 248 ; Tho. Bead, 272 
Whitby, Ric. 157 

White, Wbyte, Wight, Bart. 83; Ben. 
256 ; Chris. 167, 207, 216 ; Edw. 188 ; 
Geo. 8, 5, 57, 102, 186, 285, 280 ; Jac. 
2 ; Job. 8, 161, 180, 203, 206, 207, 225 ; 
Jonath. 288, 240 ; Leon. 5 ; Miles, 29 ; 
Rob. 205, 277 ; Samp. 235 ; Tim. 257, 
272 ; Will. 168, 194, 206, 216, 217, 240, 
242. 257 

Whitehead, Wbytehead, Chris. 288, 277 ; 
Job. 158, 188, 193 ; Jos. 249 ; Tho. 
232, 262, 277 ; Will. 162, 177, 236 
Whitebill, Whithill, Whitell, Whittell, 
Whittle, Anth. 57, 90, 103, 110, 181, 
196, 201, 216 ; Bart. 201 ; Char. 286 ; 
Chr. 196; Chris. 90, 149, 206, 286; 
Edw. 66 ; Jac. 225 ; Job. 103, 149, 181, 
225; Mat. 47; Ric. 266; Rob. 216; 
Tho. 110 

Whitelara, Job. 86 

Whitelock, Whitlock, Whitloke, Chris. 
197,1211, 261 ; Lane. 50; Ric. 158, 261 ; 
Tho. 176, 182 

Whiteoak, Jos. 189, 204, 249 ; Tho. 236 
Whites, Job. 163 
Whitey, Jac. 41 

Whitfleld, Whitfeild, Whytfeld, Job. 3, 8, 
44, 47, 51; Lane. 5; Laur. 25; Mic. 
112; Ralph, 265; Rob. 46, 51; Tho. 
104, 189, 191, 255, 265 
Whithaus, Whitus, Anth. 65 ; Marm. 42 
Whiting, Whitinge, Hen. 27 ; Tho. 73 
Whitley, Wbiteley, Jerem. 248 ; Jos. 117 
Whitlinge, Will. 42 
Whittington, Whittyngton, Hen. 28; 

Ric. 15, 28 

Wbitton, Pet. 213, 215, 228 
Whitwell, Jos. 91 

Wickham, Hen. 88, 160 ; Joh. 186, 242, 
.260; Jonath. 260; Ric. 242; Tobias, 
160 



Widdowes, Widdouse, Widhouse, Edw. 
29, 70; Joh. 156, 183, 235; Tho. 70; 
Will. 154, 221. See Woodhouse 
Widdrington, Tho. 89 
Wiggans, Wiggins, Jas. 271 ; Jos. 276 . 
Wigglesworth, Hen. 80 ; Joh. 174 
Wighill, Sam. 176 

Wightman, Weightman, Whightman, 
Wyghtman, Anth. 243, 245 ; Car. 227, 
231 ; Fran. 17 ; Hen. 115 ; Joh. 11, 25, 
55, 79, 93, 115; Jos. 258; Mic. 25; 
Myles, 17; Ric. 5, 32, 55; Rog. 98; 
Tho. 70, 114, 149, 163, 206, 214, 216, 
224, 258, 259 ; Will. 32, 114, 149, 183, 
206, 224, 259 
Wike, Joh. 236 

Wilberforce, Wilberfosse, Wilberfoss, 
Chr. 83 ; Edw. 169, 203, 234 ; Jac. and 
Jas. 115, 169, 201 ; Joh. 53, 67, 95, 112, 
131, 203; Leon. 112, 121, 149, 161, 
191 ; Phil. 95, 119, 147, 158, 201 ; Rog. 
131, 247 ; Tho. 136, 149, 158, 191 
Wilbert, Jerem. 129 

Wilcock, Wylcocke, Wylcoke, Wylkoke, 
Char. 3, 55 ; Edw. 3, 10, 17 ; Geo. 56 ; 
Joh. 10, 56, 200 ; Pet. 19 ; Rob. 3, 19 ; 
Tho. 3, 55, 185, 212 
Wild, Tho. 178 
Wildebore, Willbor, Ric. 268 ; Tho. 138, 

155 
Wildman, Wyldman, Joh. 31, 111 ; Mat. 

42 ; Tho. 56, 100 

Wildon, Wyldon, Fran. 36 ; Joh. 12 
Wiles, Step. 256 

Wilkes, Wilks, Ben. 200; Fran. 173; 
Joh. 163 ; Mat. 125, 163, 173, 177, 181 ; 
Will. 177 

Wilkin, Edw. 139 ; Will. 184 
Wilkinson, Wilkynson, Wylkynson, Alex. 
70; Andr. 38; Anth. 39; Car. 151; 
Chris. 193 ; Edw. 41, 52, 68, 105, 125, 
271 ; Eliz. 99 ; Fran. 61, 90, 169, 222 ; 
Geo. 3, 39, 81, 142, 266; Greg. 11; 
Hen. 8, 24, 40, 60, 61, 69, 104, 110, 116, 
117, 136, 165, 179 ; Isab. 14 ; Jac. 1Q, 
19, 86, 205 ; Jerem. 256 ; Joh. 1, 34. 40, 
66, 87, 107, 113, 120, 159, 160, 167, 179, 
197, 263 ; Mic. 150 ; Osw. 37 ; Pet. 7, 
19, 27, 37, 58 ; Phelix, 119 ; Ralph, 72, 
102, 119 ; Rayn. 13 ; Ric. 66, 147, 21.4, 
243, 247; Rob. 10, 18, 42, 51, 52, 69, 
78, 93, 105, 110, 142, 147, 251, 263; 
Rog. 31 ; Sam. 51 ; Step. 186 ; Tho. 76, 
86, 98, 128, 142, 178, 247, 277, 282; 
Tim. 140, 161; Will. 6, 34, 35, 58, 67, 
72, 78, 80, 96, 141, 151, 160, 178, 265 
Willance, Willan, Willans, Fran. '57; 

Geo. 38, 59, 85 ; Tho. 23, 57, 59 
Williams, Hen. 286, 277; Joh. 255; 
Jonath. 277; Lewis, 117; Step. 155; 
Tho. 249 

Williamson, Willmson, Wylliamson, 
Cuth. 13 ; Edm. 121 ; Edw. 4, 33, 72, 
116; Fran. 168; Galf. 14, 41; Geo. 
277; Hen. 47, 241; Jac. and Jas. 14, 



INDEX 



841 



35, 121, 160 ; Jane, 190 ; Jeff. 23 ; Job. 
3, 22, 33, 51, 70, 77, 96, 97, 98, 99, 102, 

107, 108, 112, 116, 128, 130, 185, 136, 
146,156,162, 167, 168, 175, 177, 185, 
188, 190, 194, 214, 227, 233, 248, 269 ; 
Jonas, 141 ; Jos. 154, 168, 171 ; Josh. 
190 ; Lane. 3, 8, 44, 218 ; Lawr. 44, 75, 
128, 168, 210, 241, 252 ; Leon. 18, 49 ; 
Mat. 101 ; Mic. 237 ; Pet. 22, 49, 51, 
70, 74 ; Eic. 160, 188, 228 ; Kob. 41, 52, 
65, 74, 102, 115, 149, 156, 192, 215, 279 ; 
Talbot, 151 ; Tho. 70. 89, 98, 99, 112, 
139, 140, 141, 151, 155, 159, 162, 168, 
174, 177, 187, 197, 259, 260; Tobias, 
215; Will. 8, 23, 47, 96, 97, 107, 108, 

135, 137, 168, 175, 182, 210, 227, 228, 
260 ; Xpof . 75 

Willison, Wyllyson, Fran. 206 ; Job. 280 ; 

Bob. 2, 39 
Willoughby, Willoby, Willowby, Jac. 

and Jas. 121, 149 ; Job. 120, 169 ; Tho. 

63 

Willshaw, Will. 279 
Willy, Wile, Wilie, Willey, Ed. 193, 212 ; 

Job. 256 ; Bad. 19 ; Eic. 34, 237 ; Sym. 

136. See Wyley 

Wilman, Wylman, Hen. 31; Wilf. 2; 

Will. 2, 31 
Wilson, Willson, Wilsson, Wylson, Ann, 

185; Anth. 100; Arth. 43; Ben. 158, 

197, 260 ; Brian, 75 ; Chris, and Xpof. 

45, 81, 88, 241, 282 ; Cuth. 31 ; Edw. 

16, 36, 57, 112, 141, 149, 209, 222 ; Geo. 

6, 15, 34, 42, 50, 73, 132, 141, 154, 200, 

240, 283 ; Hen. 18, 27, 49, 54, 63, 88, 

108, 111, 123, 127, 141, 152; Humf. 
and Umph. 26, 123, 148, 163; Isaac, 
243 ; Jac. and Jas. 52, 228, 240, 243, 
252 ; Job. 8, 18, 20, 23, 26, 28, 45, 48, 
50, 57, 60, 62, 73, 75, 79, 85, 92, 97, 
103, 124, 130, 133, 136, 152, 168, 178, 
187, 202, 204 205, 208, 214, 216, 222, 
225, 240, 243, 252, 255, 260, 277, 278, 
283; Josias, 206; Leon. 2, 12, 36, 57, 
68, 75, 149, 158, 222, 241, 275; Mat. 
86, 130 ; Mic. 117, 159, 188, 240; Miles, 
12 ; Nat. 158, 159 ; Nic. 33, 62 ; Paul, 
103 ; Perciv. 36, 58 ; Pet. 54, 57, 163, 
200, 263, 275 ; Bad. 62, 69 ; Eic. 4, 27, 
35, 39, 50, 53, 56, 61, 63, 108, 245 ; Bob. 
23, 51, 63, 116, 124, 132, 136, 148, 181, 
197, 200, 210, 222, 240, 241, 249, 256, 
260, 267, 268 ; Bog. 97 ; Sim. 96 ; Step. 
9, 12, 50 79 ; Tho. 2, 4, 28, 25, 27, 31, 
34, 37, 39, 43, 50, 51, 52, 56, 58, 61, 62, 
63, 65, 71, 81, 87, 92, 99, 100, 103, 116, ! 
127, 149, 152, 158, 170, 172, 183, 187, 
206, 210, 216, 217, 222 V 225, 228, 234, 

241, 244, 245, 267, 270, 271, "274, 277 ; 
Will. 4, 18, 23, 24, 29, 41, 56, 60, 61, 
63, 68, 85, 97, 103, 108, 134, 152, 160, 
178, 227, 261, 268, 272 

Wilstropp, Wilstrupp, Bart. 113, 173; 
Ben. 173 ; Jas. 284 ; Job. 232 ; Bic. 77, 
113, 118, 168 ; Bdb. 168, 222, 232, 284 



Wilton, Chris. 80, 114 ; Eliz. 270 ; Joh. 
104 ; Mat. 114, 127 ; Bob. 20, 77, 225, 
243, 270; Tho. 104; Will. 72, 175. 
196, 225 

Win, Winn, see Wynn 

Windle, see Wyndle 

Wineman, Jos. 139 

Winfield, Bic. 217 

Winnington, Edw. 288 ; Fran. 225, 288 

Winship, Bob. 60 

Winter, Wynter, Edw. 48 ; Hen. 22 ; Joh. 
91; Bic. 14, 48, 264; Tho. 48, 91; 
Will. 50 

Winterburne, see Wynterburn 

Wintersgill, Geo. 248 

Winterskales, Winterscales, Winterskill, 
Joh. 15 ; Perciv. 98, 142, 180 ; Bob. 
180, 216 ; Tho. 15 

Winwood, Edm. 197, 199 ; Edw. 234 

Wise, Edw. 127 ; Joh. 57, 185 ; Lion. 135 ; 
Will. 200 

Wiseman, Wyseman, Joh. 2; Nic. 24; 
Bob. 24 

Wisker, Whisker, Dan. Fran. 245, 264 : 
Joh. 277 

Witcherley, Geo. 26 

Wither, Withers, Chris. 127, 136 

Witton, Jac. 165 

Witty, Joh. 154 ; Jos. 127 

Wivell, Wyvell, Edw. 102; Hale, 248, 
261 ; Tho. 99 ; Will. 106, 113 

Wodcoke, Joh. 4 

Wolfe, Watkinson, 157, 226 

Woller, Joh. Ill; Tho. Ill ; Will. 29, 89 

Wombell, Will. 132 

Womersley, Womerslay, Bic. 9, 41, 50 ; 
Bob. 50 

Wood, Woodd, Wodd, Abr. 186 ; Alexius, 
208; Andr. 190, 238, 244; Char. 156, 
158; Dan. 184; Dav. 180, 224, 257, 
259; Draper, 218, 228; Edw. 56, 174, 
203, 229, 244, 259; Fran. 137, 170; 
Geo. 35, 258 ; Hen. 81 ; Jac. and Jas. 
104, 166, 238 ; Joh. 22, 30, 53, 67, 83, 
102, 110, 125, 139, 155, 156, 160, 170, 
178, 201, 203, 255, 281; Jonath. 281; 
Jos. 203, 223, 237, 258; Lewis and 
Ludov. 160, 218 ; Nat. 151 ; Bad. and 
Balph, 35, 117, 139, 166; Eic. 33, 50, 
104, 156, 167, 227, 276 ; Bob. 22, 200, 
228 ; Squire, 255 ; Step. 59, 101, 123, 
208 ; Tho. 67, 97, 140, 218, 244, 286 ; 
Tim. 178, 228, 229; Will. 16, 19, 47, 
50, 54, 101, 112, 165, 205, 229, 237, 
244, 285, 286 

Woodall, Geo. 95 

Woodburne, Wodbrn r Jac. and JaSv 62', 
279; Eic. 106, 132; Bob; 226; Tho. 
132 
Woodhill, Woodell, Woodwill, Mic. 178, 

222 ; Will. 222, 276 

Woodhouse, Abel, 157 ; Edw. 105 ; 
Farmer, 235 ; Geo. 127, 235, 259 ; Jas. 
288-; Joh. 139, 179; Osw. 215; Bic. 
110, 139, 148, 179, 1-91, 235; Bob. 167, 



342 



THE FREEMEN OF YORK 



201, 215, 276; Tho. 105, 110, 124, 127, 
148, 184, 191, 197, 201, 240, 243, 259, 
276, 288 ; Will. 240. See Widdowe 

Woodward, Woodwart, Wodworth, Jac. 
167; Jasp. 98; Joh. 57, 228; Lane. 
84; Sam. 182; WiU. 19, 80, 167, 175, 
199, 215, 228 

Woolbran, Harm. 249 

Woolons, Sam. 91 

Worlington, Joh. 255 

Wormald, Sam. 268 

Wormbwell, Joh. 162 

Wormley, Joh. 196 

Worne, Ad. 59 

Worne alias Wren, Bob. 66 

Worrell, Worral, Hen. 239; Jos. 190, 
239 

Worth, should read North, Joh. 67 

Wortley, Pet. 256 ; Robinson, 237 ; Will. 
281 

Wowar, Joh. 10, 42 ; Ric. 42 

Wrath, Wrayth, Joh. 30 ; Tho. 30, 34 

Wrathell, Rob. 167 

Wrather, Tho. 96 

Wray, Chris, and Xpof. 50, 246; Edw. 
95 ; Fran. 205, 287 ; Geo. 60 ; Hen. 65, 
95, 125; Jac. 3; Joh. 48; Leon. 159; 
Marc. 5; Pet. 187, 243, 271; Ric. 37, 
74, 111, 113, 125, 129, 271 ; Tho. Ill ; 
Will. 140 

Wreekes, Wreakes, Wrekes, Anth. 58 ; 
Edw. 64 ; Mic. 23, 58, 64, 75 ; Rad. 19 ; 
Sam. 38 

Wreggett, Ric. 113 

Wren alias Worne, Rob. 66 

Wright, Wreight, Wreght, Anth. 102; 
Ben. 170; Char. 257, 270; Chris. 89, 
118, 129, 170, 171; Dav. 280; Edw. 
160 ; Fordan, 61 ; Fran. 45, 81, 86, 89, 
186 ; Geo. 59, 171, 197, 221, 260, 263 ; 
Hen. 40, 67, 74, 108, 118, 190, 225; 
Jac. and Jas. 40, 63, 74, 263; Jerem. 
175, 203 ; Joh. 2, 4, 24, 29, 51, 63, 74, 
108, 125, 128, 140, 169, 170, 179, 203, 
209, 225, 228, 247, 255, 257, 260 ; Leon. 
12; Luc. 128; Marc. 61; Marm. 35; 
Mary, 177; Mat. 185, 228, 251, 263, 
270; Mille, 29; Paul, 23, 69; Perciv. 
64 ; Pet. 86, 128, 135, 184, 200, 209, 
247; Phil. 129, 178; Rad. 24; Ric. 
24, 26, 33, 209, 242; Rob. 26, 64, 67, 
90, 96, 126, 132, 149, 177, 225, 251, 271 ; 
Sam. 108 ; Samp. 24 ; Tho. 8, 19, 22, 
33, 45, 59, 63, 69, 105, 124, 128, 131, 
160, 200; Tim. 108; Will. 29, 45, 56, 
81, 102, 125, 146, 154, 175, 205 

Wright alias Sharpies, Will. 89 

Wrightson, Anth. 153; Geo. 278; Joh. 
2, 4, 88, 96, 186, 199, 217, 249, 270; 



Ric. 81, 94 ; Tho. 53, 153, 170, 199, 200, 

259 ; Will. 5, 200, 224, 259, 278 
Wydale, Joh. 21 ; Rob. 21 
Wyddar, Bryan, 1 
Wyley, Wylie, Wyle, Gabr. 4 ; Joh. 45, 

120 ; Nic, 163 ; Ric. 53 ; Rob. 99 ; Tho. 

205. See Willy 
Wyman, Marm. 30 ; Will. 30 
Wynde, Wind, Anth. 8 ; Fran. 130 ; Rob. 

96, 180 ; Will. 22 

Wyndle, Windle, Ric. 72; Will. 93 
Wynn, Wyn, Winn, Win, Fran. 59, 207 ; 

Jac. 194, 207; Jerem. 154, 196, 218; 

Joh. 189, 213, 214, 268 ; Pet. 148, 189, 

194, 210 ; Ric. 175, 268 ; Rob. 121, 176, 

198, 214; Rog. 159, 164; Will. 195, 

281 ; Xpof. 34 

Wynnard, Winnard. Joh. 155, 174 
Wynterburne, Winterbourne, Cuth. 55 ; 

Geo. 23, 58, 69, 79, 96, 97; Hen. 69, 

96 ; Will. 46, 48, 73 
Wyrrell, Wyrill, Wyrell, Wyrel, Joh. 148, 

167, 178, '188, 230, 238, 258, 276 ; Jos. 

258; Ric. 178, 230, 234; Step. 200; 

Tho. 217, 234 ; Will. 276 



Yarrow, Jos. 271 

Yates, Yaites, Yats, Yate, Yeates, Char. 
238 ; Geo. 71 ; Joh. 6, 24, 40, 65, 124, 
125, 184, 186, 212, 219, 238, 251, 258 ; 
Ric. 162, 211, 219; Rob. 182, 211; 
Tho. 15, 67, 80, 134 ; Will. 13, 23, 40, 
65, 67, 71, 134, 142, 200, 211, 258, 261, 
271 

Yeoman, Yeaman, Yoman, Anth. 66; 
Bart. 100, 151; Eliz. 186; Fran. 106, 
128; Joh. 38, 125, 152, 176, 177, 186, 
222, 282 ; Marm. 162 ; Mary, 177 ; Mic. 
77, 162 ; Ric. 151 ; Rob. 94, 176, 222, 
233, 282; Step. 40, 77; Will. 78, 122, 
125, 135, 283 

Yodale, Youdale, Hug. 118 ; Joh. 16, 28 ; 
Ric. 14, 32 

Yodson, Yowdson, Fran. 4, 88 ; Tho. 38 

Yole, Ric. 2 ; Tho. 2 

Yorke, Will. 108 

Young, Younge, Yonge, Anth. 209 ; Hen. 
59, 88, 121, 182, 224, 285 ; Jac. and Jas. 
113 147, 169, 213; Joh. 66, 113, 131, 
169, 213 ; Ric. 120, 208, 209, 224, 285 ; 
Rob. 18, 224, 248; Sam. 124; Tho. 
58, 77, 81, 193, 208, 250; Will. 11, 
12, 23, 40, 58, 59, 66, 88, 124, 250, 
271 

Yoward, Will. 34 



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