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From A.D. 1392 to 1800. 



By JOSEPH MEADOWS COWPER, F.S.A. 

Honorary Librarian to tlie Cori^oration. 



THE GLORY OF CHILDREN ARE THEIR FATHERS — Prov. Xvii., 6. 



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Note. — From the lists of names in this Volume 
I have generally omitted the words " of 
Canterbury" or "of this City"; but where 
a place outside Canterbury occurs in the 
original documents it is always gi\en. 
The reader will therefore bear in mind 
that, where no place is given, Canterbury 
is to be understood, except in the few 
cases where neither city nor place appears 
in the original Roll. 






Books relating to Cantkrkury, by J. I\I. Cowper 

Forewords ., 

Freemen by Birth 

Freemen by Marriage . . 

Freemen by Apprenticeship 

Freemen by Redemption 

Freemen by Gift 

Addenda 

Index 



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CONTENTS. 






List of Subscribers 

Abbreviations 

Books relating to Canthrhury, jiy J. M. Coavper 

Forewords . . 

Freemen by Birth 

Freemen by Marriage . . 

FREEiiEX BY Apprenticeship 

Freemen by Redemption 

Freemen by Gift 

Addenda 

Index 



97 
ib-j 

313 
3^7 
329 



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LIST OF SUBSCRIBERS. 



Aldunham, The Rt. Hon. Lord. Ahliiiham House, Ehlrec. 

Amherst of Hackney, The Rt. Hon. Lord. Didlitigion Hall, Biandon, Norfolk. 

Bennett-Goldney, F., Esq., F.S.A. Abbot's Baiion, Canterbury. 

British Museum, The. London. 

Brown, James Roberts, Esqr. 44 Trcguntcr Road, S. Kensington, S.W. 

Browning, A. Giraud, Esqr., F.S.A. ib Victoria Street. S.W. 

Canterbury Museum, The. Canterbury. 

Cowper, B. Harris, Esqr. 2^0 Evering Road, N.E. 

Cowper, Wilh'am, ALA. Kingston, Jamaica. 

Dawes, Sir Edwyn Sandys, K.C.;\LG. Mount Pleasant, Faversham. 

Duncan, Leland Lewis, RLV.O.. F.S.A. Rosslair, Lingard's Road, Lnvisham. 

Griflin, Herbert John, Esqr. no Cannon Street, E.C. 

Guildhall Library, The. London, per C. Welch, Esqr., F.S.A. 

Heaton, J. Henniker, Esqr., M.P. London. 

Hope, W. H. St. John, Esqr., ALA. Burlington House, W. 

Hovenden, Robert, Esqr., F.S.A. Heathcote, Park Hill Road, Croydon. 

Hussey, Arthur, Esqr. Tankcrton, Whitstable. 

ALirsham-Townshend, The Hon. Robert, F.S.A., F.G.S. Frognal, Fools Ciay, Kent. 

Mercer, Wm. John, Esqr. 12 Marine Terrace, Margate. 

Mowll, A. K., Esqr. 68 Castle Street, Canterbury. 

Mowll, Worsfold, Esqr. Whitfield, Dover, Kent. 

New England Historic Genealogical Society. 18 Somerset Street, Boston, Mass., U.S A . 

New York Historical Societ}-. Per Messrs. B. F. Stevens &■ Broivn, 4 Trafalgar 

Square, W.C. 
New York Public Library. Per Ditto. 
Penn.sylvania Historical Society. Philadelphia. Per Ditto. 
Quisenbcrry, Anderson Chenault, Esqr. War Department, Inspector GencraPs Office, 

Washington, D.C., U.S.A. 
Smith, Charles, Esqr. Warren House, Faversham. 
Stevens & Brown, Messrs. B. F. 4 'Trafalgar Square, W.C. 
Syracuse Public Library. Syracuse, N. 1'., U.S.A. 
Wcllby, Ahijor E. V. / Sussex Place, Regent's Park, A'. W. 



ABBREVIATIONS 



App. = Apprenticed. 

Cant. = Canterbury. 

d. = daughter, 

s. = son. 

= = married. 



Moihs IRelatino to Canterbuv\> 



BY 



J. IM. COWPER. 



1. Our Parish Books and Wliat They Tell Us. 2 Vols. Cross & Jackman, 

Canterbury, 1884-5. 

2. Accounts of the Churchwardens of St. Dunstan's. 1484-1580. Reprinted 

from Arch.t.ologia Cantiana. 1886. 

3. Si.x Canterbury Parish Registers. 6 vols. 1887-1893. Privately printed. 

4. Memorial Inscriptions in the Church and Churchyard of Holy Cross. 1888. 

Privately printed. 

5. Canterbury Marriage Licences. 1568-1700. 4 vols. Privately printed. 

6. Memorial Inscriptions of Canterbury Cathedral. 1897. Privately printed. 

7. Lives of the Deans of Canterbury. Cross & Jackman. igoo. 

8. Diary of Thomas Cocks, Auditor to the Dean and Chapter. 1 607-1 610. 

Privately printed. 1901. 

9. Roll of the Freemen of Canterbury. 1392-1800. Privately printed. 1903. 



FOREWORDS. 



These Admissions of Freemen are found in the Chamberlains' 
Accounts of the City, and are entered there because most of the admissions 
involved a payment for which it was necessary the Chamberlain should 
render an account. These accounts are fairly perfect, but those from 1453 
to 1457 and for the year 1552-3 are missing, while those for 1392 are 
incomplete. The financial year ran from Lady Day to Lady Day, until 
the style was altered, and from that time the year began on January ist 
and ended on December 31st. I have endeavoured to give all dates 
according to the modern style. Thus, an admission dated February-, 1669, 
I have given as 1670. 

In the earlier years the admissions are written in Latin, but 
while I have been careful to give the surname of each Freeman as it 
stands in the original, the Christian name has been modernised, and 
Joh'es appears in my transcript as John, and so on of the rest. In the 
occupations I have also frequently given the English equivalent and in 
modern form, as I could see no advantage in giving taillour when tailor 
was meant, or in writing barber under the form of harbour. My object 
has been to make the book useful to the genealogist, and to present 
the list in a more readable form. 

At first the entries are grouped under their different classes : 
Freemen by birth. Freemen by marriage, and so on ; but this soon 
gave way to mixed entries, where they follow one another irrespective 
of the class to which they belong. In August, 1753, the Town Clerk 
suddenly found that he could abbreviate his entries very much, and so 
he made his record, omitting all details, and simply giving the name, 
occupation and date, winding up with "by birth," "by marriage," "by 
purchase," &:c. Consequently we lose the names of fathers and wives, 
and the masters to whom apprentices had been bound. 



via. FOREWORDS. 

Specimens of the admission forms ot the loth century are 
given below. 

Itm the last day of January in the yere a boueseid [33. H. 8.] 

of Cant'bury Tailloiir was admyttcd & sworne to tlic Hb'ties &c 

nf the said Citic for the whiche the same payd nothyng bycause 

he was the sonne of plom' freman of llie seid Citie by 

fore the birthe of the seid 

Itm the vj''' day of July in the yere last aboueseid [34. H. 8.] 

of Caunt'bury m'cer was admytted & sworne to the Hb'ties 

&:c of the seid Citie for the which he payd but xjd ob because he hath 

maryed Agnes the Doughter of freman of the seid Citie 

byfore the birth of the same Agnes. 

Itm the same xx"' of December in the yere a foreseid [12. H. 8.] 

of Cant'bury Grocer was admytted & sworne to the lib'ties 

&c of the seid Citie for the which he paied but iiijs. jd. bycause he was 
app'ntice w-' M Will'm Rutlond and enrolled in the Chamber in the tyme 
of the same Will'm Rutlond Chamb'leyn &c accordyng to the custume &c. 

Md that the xj''' day of October in the xxxiij* yere of the reigne 

of our sou'eigne lord Kyng henry the viij''' of Caunt'bury 

Coryo'' was admytted & sworne to the lib'ties & of the Citie of Cant'bury 
for the whiche he paid xiijs iiijd wherof the seid Chamb'leyn yeldyth 
accompt's. 

Itm the xiiij''' day of September in the seid xxxiiij''^ yere of our 

sou'eigne lord the Kyng a bouewreten [H. 8.] of Caunt'bury 

Clothmaker was admytted and sworne to the lib'ties of the seid Citie for 
the which he payd nothyng but gevyn hym for certen kyndnesses & 
benyvolence by hym shewed toward the Comen Welthe of the seid Citie. 

Itm the viij"i day of July in the xxxj'^ a boueseid [1539] John 
Courthop of Westgatstrete next Caunterbury Gent was admytted & sworne 
to the lib'ties of the seid Citie for the which he paied but viijs vjd for 
the rest was gevyn hym by the Bourmott. 

All Freemen on their admission had to take an oath, a copy 
of which I have found on a loose leaf bearing date 1426. The oath 
runs as follows : — 

ye schal swere that ye schal be guod and trewe to our lord the Kyng 
Herry, Kynge of Ingelond. and to his herys Kynges. And yc schal be 
obey.saunt to the baylefs [mayre] tht gouerneth the c^te. And the ffranchyses 
customes and Vsages of the cite made and to be made mayntene & 
susteyne. to yowr power. And the same cite as moche as in yow ys. 
(from) grevance & damage schal kepe. Also ye schal be partener of all 
charges tochand [touchyng] the cite as in somonses contribuc'ones wacchys 
tallagys and oth' charge as oth'e fremcn of the cyte ye schal enplete no 
freman. of the cite with owte the cite yf ye mowe haue rygt [right] afore 



FOREWORDS. XI. 

the baylyf [mayre] of the cite. And yf ye knowe eny congregc'on, assemble 
or affynite ymad ageins the pees ye schal warne the baylyf [mayre] th' beth 
[ys] forthetyme. Also ye schal take non App'ntys but yf he be freman born. 
Alle the pr'm'eys aforesayd ye schal kepe wel & trewly so helpe yow god 
and alle hys seyntys [the holy doom] and vpon payne of lesyng of yowre 
liberte. And that money that thow hast to paye for thy vretham thow 
shalte trewly pay to the s'iaunt of this chambyr p' s'ca eu'ngelia at such 
daye as the chambr and ye be acord 

In 1448 the Bailiffs, as the Chief Magistrates were called, gave 
place to the Mayor, and thus it became necessary to substitute Mayor 
for Bailiffs in the oath. This was done by drawing a pen through 
Bailiffs and writing Mayor above. In my copy of the oath I have 
placed these and other substituted words within brackets. 

I also give the form of oath as administered in the year 
1902, from which it will be seen how little the modern form varies 
from the older one : — 

You shall Swear that you will be true and faitliful to our Sovereign 
Lord King Edward VII. by the Grace of God of the United Kingdom of 
Great Britain and Ireland, and of the British Dominions beyond the Seas, 
King, Defender of the Faith, His Heirs and Successors ; Also you shall 
be obedient to the Mayor of this City for the time being ; and the 
Franchises, Usages, and Customs of the said City made and to be made 
maintain and sustain to your Power. Also you shall be partner of all 
things touching the said City as in Summonses, Contributions, Watches, 
Tallages, and all other charges, as other Freemen of the said City are ; 
and if you shall know of any Congregation, Affinity or Assembly made 
against the King's Majesty's Peace, you shall give timely notice thereof to 
the Mayor of the City for the time being. All these points aforesaid you 
shall well and truly keep. So help you God ; and upon Pain of losing 
your Liberties. 

The sons of Freemen were admitted at all times without any 
payment ; those who married the daughter of a Freeman usually paid 
ii?,d. ; and those who had served an apprenticeship paid 4s. id. In 167 1 
these two last payments were raised to 7s. 6d. each, but in 1676 they 
were reduced to their former level. The fine payable by those who pur- 
chased their freedom varied considerably. Thus, in the fifteenth century, 
such sums as 6s. 8d., 8s., 13s. and 13s. 4d. were paid; in 1671 the sum 
rose in one case to over twenty-five pounds. In the eighteenth century 
the fine varied froin ten to twenty pounds. The difference between the 
amounts paid in earlier times may possibly have arisen in this way : — 
while a man could purchase his freedom by the payment of a lump sum 
down, there were numbers of men (and some women) whose means were 



X. FOREWOKDS. 

not sufficient to pay the required amount in one sum. These came and 
dwelt in the City under the title of Litrantcs and made a small payment 
yearly for the privilege of living and trading within the citj^ liberties. 
After a time some of these Intrantes appear in the lists with " lib " after 
their names, and thus were finally admitted to full freedom. I give this 
merely as a suggestion, hoping that at a future time those lists of Intrantes 
from 1393 to 1592 may be printed. 

There is a good deal in this book that is unsatisfactory^. !Men 
appear and claim their freedom as being the sons of Freemen whose 
names should appear earlier. Thus John Rumfeild claims, and gains, his 
freedom as the son of John Rumfeild, but John Rumfeild the father 
does not appear as a Freeman. So also William Rumfield claims 
as the son of Jeremy Rumfield, but we have no Jerem}^ Rumfield of an 
earlier date. Again John Burges marries Alice, daughter of Laurence 
Soper, presumably a Freeman, but we have no Laurence .Soper. Again, 
it is generally assumed that an apprentice claiming his freedom must 
have served with a Freeman, but James Milward, who claimed as having 
been apprenticed to John Wilward, claims as having served under a 
master who is not in this list of Freemen. vSome of these may have 
been due to carelessness on the part of the Town Clerk, while others 
may be due to the assurance of the parties who asserted that such and 
such a man was free when he was not free. 

Occasionally we find that when a man was admitted the name and 
age of his youngest child is given. This was to prevent such child 
claiming his freedom when he came of age as the son of a father who 
was free, the one qualification being that the child should have been 
born after his father became free. This rule also applied to daughters. 

The Honorary Freedom was often conferred for peculiar reasons. 
Thus, Valentine Austen received his freedom because his father had been 
a loyal subject to King Charles ; William Blunden, because his father 
was Mayor ; Stephen Browne because he cured the leg of Nicholas 
Johnson ; Samuel Charlecome on his undertaking " to serve as cook at 
every Mayor's IMichaelmas feast"; another because he had taken a poor 
orphan as an apprentice ; another because he had married a widow with 
many children ; one because he agreed to have a selected soldier's coat 
made at his own expense; another on condition "that he is to paint 
yearly during his life the new IMayor's postes of his doore at 5s. the 
paire." The teaching of poor children, the repair of the calivers, certain 
pleasures done for jMr. Mayor and the City, the gift of a large picture 



FOREWORDS. xi. 

of the King's Arms, being careful and industrious in looking after the 
Conduit and the Trouts in the same, teaching the art of weaving, 
declining to take a fee, or Parliament wages, the gift of copies of the 
City Charters, and the gift of a buck and wine to the value of 6s. 8d., 
and for many other reasons. Freedom was bestowed as a gift. The 
]\Iayor, too, had the right of nominating one honorary Freeman, but 
this right was surrendered in 1673, the INIayor receiving in lieu of a 
free nomination the sum of six pounds. It was generally the custom 
to add a proviso to these free admissions, and that proviso was that the 
freedom should not descend to sons or daughters. 

Besides the Freemen and Intrantes above referred to, in later 
years certain persons were "tolerated." By which I understand they 
were allowed to trade for a limited time. Thus in 1577-8 John Cole, 
butcher, paid 3s. 4d. for occupying till Shrovetide; and in 1787 we 
have the entry "Received for the toleration of Hannah Couchman, 
spinster, ;£io." 

In the eighteenth century politics seem to have played a prom- 
inent part in Canterbury. The Freedom was frequently bestowed upon 
the Members of Parliament, which calls for no remark ; but the way 
in which men were brought from different parts of the country to claim 
or receive their freedom, especially when an election was pending, almost 
surpasses belief. 

The clerical element in these admissions is conspicuous by its ab- 
sence. We have no Archbishop of Canterbury, nor have we a Dean of 
Canterbury ; but we have Nicholas Sympson, who claimed his freedom 
as the son of John Sympson, shearman, and this Nicholas afterwards 
became a Prebendary of Christ Church. Of well-known names we have 
but few : two Earls of Winchilsea, James Hales, Baron of the Exchequer, 
William Pitt, William Somner and Admiral Sir George Rooke. Hasted 
(xii. 661.) and Bunce (MS. Notes) inform us that H.R.H. George, Prince 
of Wales, was admitted to the P'reedom of the City in 1798, as a mark 
of the great respect and veneration entertained for his Royal Highness 
by the Mayor and Corporation. The order for the admission of H.R.H. 
was, says Hasted, presented in a gold box, while Bunce asserts that it 
was "inclosed in a silver gilt box, in the order described as a gold box." 
But the Prince never took the oath required of a Freeman, and his name 
does not appear in my list as I have not found it. 

There were a few Caxtons living in Canterbury in the 15th 
century. William Caxton, mercer, purchased his freedom in 1431 ; John 



Xll. FOREWORDS. 

Caxton, also a mercer, obtained his freedom by marriage in 148 1. Of 
these John Caxton died in 1485, and was buried in the church of St. 
Alphage in this city. In his will he mentions a brother named Thomas, 
a monk. In mj- Introduction to the Registers of St. Alphage I have 
said this John Caxton was a brother of William Caxton the printer, but 
I cannot now say on whose authority I made this statement. William 
Caxton, of Canterbury, mercer, bears a curious resemblance to Williani 
Caxton, the printer of later years, but I must leave those who are 
better acquainted with the subject than I am to decide. 

I have only to add that I have taken Hasted as my authority 
for the dates given with the names of the various Members of Parlia- 
ment on whom the Freedom of Canterbury was bestowed. 

J. M. COWPER. 

St. Mildred's, 

Canterbury, 

Janua?-)' 15/, 1Q03. 



PART I. 



jfieeinen b^ Birtb. 



Abbot, Leonard, cooper, s. of Thomas 

Abbot, late Serjeant of the Chamber 

of this city. 1686. 
Abbott, Thomas, of Chatham, mariner, 

s. of Leonard Abbott, of Cant., 

cooper. 1713. 
Abbott, Charles, of Sellinge, blacksmith, 

s. of Thomas Abbott, of Cant., 

victualler. 1747. 
Abbott, Thomas, of Chislet, carpenter. 

•754- 

A Courte, Thomas, taller, s. of Thomas 
A Corte. 1506. 

Adams, John, of Deal, butcher, s. of 
John Adams, of Cant., butcher. 
1708. 

Adams, William, leatherseller, s. of Wil- 
liam Adams, joiner. 1750. 

Adams, Henry, of London, gent. 1760. 

Adams, William, the younger, corduainer. 
1767^ 

Adams, Charles, of Tunbridge, surgeon. 
176.. 

Adams, William, the younger, gent. 1773. 

Adams, Thomas, silkweaver. 1780. 

Adis, George, s. of Stephen Adis, brick- 
layer. 1655. 

Adice, George, husbandman, s. of George 
Adice, bricklayer. 1693. 

Adman, John James, cordwainer, s. of 
Solomon Adman, cordwainer. 1733. 

Admans, James, labourer. 1760. 

Admans, Solomon, cordwainer. 1760. 

Admans, James, basketmaker. 1789. 

Agar, Thomas, labourer. 1754. 

Agar, Edward, vintner. 1755. 

Agar, Benjamin, of Nackington, labourer. 
1768. 



Alcock (.Mcok), John, goldsmith, s. of 
John Alcok, goldsmith. 1522. 

Alcocke, William, gent., s. of Robert 
Alcocke, Esquire, isgg. 

Alcoke, Thomas, gent.,s. of Robert Alcoke, 
Esquire. 1601. 

Alcocke, Thomas, the younger, gent., s. 
of Robert Alcocke, gent. 1614. 

Aldridge, Stephen, hop-planter, s. of 
Ralph Aldridge, tailor. 1708. 

Aldridge, John, of London, silkweaver, 
s. of Joseph Aldridge, of Cant., 
silkweaver. 17 14. 

Aldridge, Thomas, of London, silkweaver, 
s. of Joseph Aldridge, of Cant., 
silkweaver. 17 14. 

Aldridge, Thomas, of Longport, husband- 
man, s. of Thomas Aldridge. of 
Cant., cooper. 1722. 

Aldridge, John, of London, perukemaker, 
1761. 

Aldridge, Richard, of Holy Cross, Cant., 
coUarmaker. 1761. 

Aldridge, Thomas, of London, watch- 
maker. 1 76 1. 

Alfrey, John, tailor, s. of RLirtin Alfrey, 
tailor. 1669. 

Aleyn, Robert, chandler, s. of a freeman. 

'477- 
Allen (Allyn), Richard, shoemaker, s. of 

William Allyn, clothworker. 1570. 
Allen, William, butcher, s. of William 

Allen, butcher. 1654. 
Allen, William, silkweaver, s. of William 

Allen. 1693. 
Allen, William, butcher, s. of William 

Allen, butcher. 1699. 



FREEMEN 



Anderson, James, of the Royal Artillery. 

1799. 
Andrews, John, barber, s. of Thomas 

Andrews, barber. 1676. 
Andrews, Henry, labourer. 1789. 
Ansell, Thomas, millener, s. of William 

Ansell, grocer. 1638. 
Aplegate, Laurence, tailor, s. of Thomas 

Aplegate, tailor. 1562. 
Archley, Robert, cordwainer, s. of John 

Archley. '647. 
Archley, Thomas, butcher, s. of John 

Archley. 1654. 
Arden, John, the younger, silkweaver. 

1754- 
Arnold, Stephen, husbandman, s. of Tho- 
mas Arnold, baker. 1741. 
Arnold, Henry, gent. 1774. 
Asshenden, Michael, pointmaker, s. of 

Richard Asshenden. 1572- 
Asshenden, Leonard, saddler, s. of Rich- 
ard Asshenden. 1573. 
Asshendon, George, s. of Richard Assh- 
enden, fletcher. 1578. 
Ashenden, John, saddler, s. of Leonard 

Ashenden, saddler. 1602. 
Ashenden, John, yeoman, s. of George 

Ashenden, weaver. 1611. 
Ashenden, Richard, sailor, s. of Leonard 

Ashenden, saddler. 161 2. 
Ashenden, George, saddler, s. of Leonard 

Ashenden. 161 3. 
Asshenden, Jacob, saddler, s. of Leonard 

Asshenden. 161 8. 
Ashenden, Leonard, saddler, s. of John 

Ashenden, saddler. 1631. 
Ashenden, Christopher, millener, s. of 

John Ashenden, saddler. 1637. 
Ashenden. William, cordwainer, s. of 

John Ashenden, saddler. 1637- 
Atkinson, William, pavior, s. of John 

Atkinson. 1614. 
Atkinson, Richard, tailor, s. of Richard 

Atkinson, tailor. 1741. 
Atwell, Thomas, yeoman, s. of William 

Atwell. 1550. 
Atwell, lohn. linnenweaver, s. of John 

Atwell, linnenweaver. 1719. 
Atwell, Edward, bricklayer, s. of John 

Atwell, linnenweaver. 1741. 
Atwell, John, carpenter, s. of John Atwell, 

linnenweaver. 1747- 
Atte Wode, Thomas, fuller, s. of William 

Atte Wode. 1449. 
A Wode, William, gent., s. of Thomas 

Atwode, armiger. 1489. 
Atwode, Thomas, s. of Thomas Atwode, 

armiger. 1490. 



Atwood, William, of Heme, baker, s. of 
William Atwood, of Cant., bricklayer. 

'733- 
Attwood, Augustine, of St. Dunstan's m 

Kent, baker. 1767. 
Austen, Robert, s. of Thomas Austen, 

brewer. 1599. 
Austen, Richard, baker, s. of Richard 

Austen, baker. 1716. 
Austin, Robert, baker, s. of Richard Aus- 
tin, baker. 1727. 
Austin, David, labourer, s. of David 

Austin, labourer. 1741. 
Austen, William, of Wye, carpenter. 1761. 
Austin, David, the younger, cordwainer. 

1767. 
Austrey, Daniel, of Holy Cross, Cant., 

gardener, s. of Daniel Austrey, grocer. 

1705- 

Awcher, Edward, grocer, s. of Richard 
Awcher 1614. 

Awger, Francis, shoemaker, s. of John 
Awger. 1572. 

Back, Ambrose Gibbs, of Dover, scrive- 
ner. 1784 

Back, Samuel, of St. Dunstan, Kent, 
tailor. 1795. 

Badcock, William, carpenter. 1754. 

Badcock, William, the younger, carpen- 
ter. 1778. 

Badcock, lohn, of Ramsgate, smith. 1789. 

Badcock, Thomas, gardener. 1789. 

Badcock, Thomas, of London, barber. 
1790. 

Badcock, Peter, bricklayer. 1792. 

Bailey (IBayly), Michael, labourer, s. of 
Stephen Bayly, baker. 1733. 

Bailey, George, of London, smith. 1795. 

Bailey, Thomas, carpenter. 1795. 

Bailey. William, bricklayer. 1797. 

Bailey, John, carpenter. 1800. 

Baker, John, sfc Ham, John. 1494. 

Baker, George, cooper, s. of George 
Baker, cooper. 1741. 

Baker, William, cordwainer, s of Henry 
Baker, victualler. 1751. 

Baker, John Luck, of London, carver. 

'777- 
Barbour, John, capell's, s. of Stephen 

Barbor. 1400. 
Barbour, John, s. of Nicholas Barbour. 

I++7- 

Barber, Thomas, of Thanington, labour- 
er. 1789. 

Barham, Giles, tailor, s. of William Bar- 
ham, an ancient freeman of this 
city. 1614. 



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Barham, John, barber, s. of Giles Barham, 

tailor. 1645. 
Barham, Thomas, tailor, s. of Thomas 

Barham, victualler. 1673- 
Barham, John, barber-surgeon, s. of 

Thomas Barham, tailor. 1679. 
Barham, Thomas, joiner, s. of Giles 

Barham, joiner. i6qo. 
Barham, Thomas, of Cheshunt, Herts., 

Doctor in Physic, s. of John Barham, 

of Cant., barber. 1726. 
Barham, John, hop-planter, s. of John 

Barham, barber. 1727. 
Barham, Richard, gent., s. of John Bar- 
ham, barber. ^T^l- 
Barham, Richard Harris, gent. 1769. 
Barham, James, the younger, tailor. 1773. 
Barham, Charles, tailor. 1789. 
Barles, Alexander, joiner, s. of Alexander 

Barles, joiner. 1704. 
Barr, Anthony, victualler, s. of John Barr, 

butcher. 1733. 
Barret (Baret), Robert, s. of Stephen 

Baret. 1496. 
Baret, John, s. of Stephen Baret. 1496. 
Baret, Stephen, junior, s. of Stephen 

Baret. 1496. 
Baret, Thomas, s. of Stephen Baret. 1496. 
Barret, John, smith, s. of Edward Barret. 

smith. 1649. 
Barrett, Thomas, clockmaker, s. of Ed- 
ward Barrett, smith. 1656. 
Barret, Edward, gunsmith, s. of Edward 

Barret, gunsmith. 1664. 
Barrett, John, clocksmith, s. of Thomas 

Barrett, clocksiiiith. 1705. 
Barrett, William, tailor, s. of Thomas 

Bare fsicj, victualler. 1722. 
Barrett, Thoma'i, clocksmith, s. of Thomas 

Barrett, clocksmith. 1726. 
Barrett, Edward, linnenweaver, s. of 

Thomas Barrett, victualler. 1727. 
Barret, George, tailor, s. of Thomas 

Barret, victualler. 1727. 
Barret, Thomas, of London, victualler, s. 

of Thomas Barret, of Cant., victual- 
ler. 1727. 
Barret, Edward, tailor, s. of John Barret, 

clocksmith. 1733- 
Barrett, John, of Godmersham, tailor, s. 

of John Barret, of Cant., clocksmith. 

173+- 
Barrett, William, of Bishopsbourne, 

geni., s. of Paul Barrett, of Cant., 

apothecary. 1747. 
Barret, lohn, of Margate, tailor. 1761. 
Barton, John, cooper, s. of John Barton, 

cooper. 1664. 



Barton, John, cooper, s. of John Barton, 
cooper. 1700. 

Barton, John, cordwainer, s. of John 
Barton, cordwainer. 1725. 

Barton, Thomas, of Northfleet, smith. 
1796. 

Barwick, John, the younger, gent. 1790. 

Barwick, William, grocer, 1795. 

Baskerville, William, of London, men's 
mercer. 1780. 

Basset, Thomas, of London, gent., s. of 
Thomas Basset, of Cant., baker. 1715. 

Bates, John, of London, gent. 1790. 

Baulden, Christopher, vintner, s. of 
Christopher Baulden. 1632. 

Bawdwyn, John, yeoman, s. of Giles 
Bawdwyn. 1619. 

Beacham (Becham), Thomas, smith, s. 
of Thomas Becham. 1550. 

Beecham, Joseph, heelmaker, s. of Tho- 
mas Beecham. 1690. 

Beacham, Edward, blacksmith, s. of 
Joseph Beacham, heelmaker. 1722. 

Beecham, Valentine, of St. Mary Cray, 
leatherseller, s. of Benjamin Bee- 
cham of Cant., pattenmaker. 1733. 

Beale (Bele), John, s. of Hamon Bele. 
1469. 

Beale, Hugh, clothworker, s. of Nicholas 
Beale, clothworker. 1580. 

Beane, William, linnendraper, s. of 
Thomas Beane, linnendraper. 1619. 

Beane, Thomas, linnendraper, s. of Will- 
iam Beane, linnendraper. 1661. 

Beane, Samuel, gent., s. of William 
Beane, Alderman. 1681. 

Bean, Thomas, linnendraper, s. of Tho- 
mas Bean, linnendraper. 1690. 

Beane, Thomas, millener, s. of John 
Beane, Esqr., now Mayor. 1692. 

Beane, William, linnendraper, s. of Tho- 
mas Beane, linnendraper. 1694. 

Beane, Samuel, gent., s. of John Beane, 
gent. 1702. 

Beane, Henry, gent., s. of Thomas 
Beane, linnendraper. 1708. 

Bean, John, gent., s. of Thomas Bean, 
millener. 1741. 

Beane, Thomas, butcher, s. of William 
Beane, tailor. 1752. 

Bean, William, tailor. 1753. 

Bean, Henry, tailor. 176;. 

Bean, John,' junior, of Chatham, tinplate 
worker. 1761. 

Bean, John, woolcomber. 1761. 

Bear, Joseph, of Chislet, husbandman, s. 
of Thomas Bear, of Cant., joiner. 
1727. 



FREEMEN 



8 



Bear, William, cordwainer, s. of Thomas 

Bear, joiner. 1727- 
Bear, John, of Margate, glazier, s. of 

Thomas Bear, of Cant., joiner. 1734. 
Beard, Richard, the younger, of London, 

cordwainer. 17Q6. 
Beard, John, tailor. 1800. 
Beaumont, Matthew, junior, of Sandwich, 

mariner. 1760. ■ 
Bedel, John, smith, s. of Richard Bedel, 

cutler. J 402. 
Bedford, Thomas, painter. 1758. 
Bedford, William, barber. 1773. 
Bedford, Richard Hughes, cordwainer. 

■774- 

Beerton, John, draper, s. of John Beer- 
ton, tailor. 1477. 

Bell, John, of Tunford, in Kent, labourer, 
s. of William Bell, of Cant., cord- 
wainer. 1747. 

Belsey, William, shearman, s. of Thomas 
Belsey, smith. 1584. 

Belsey, Samuel, silkweaver. 1757. 

Bennett (Beneyt), William, s. of Robert 
Beneyt, 1406. 

Benett, James, fuller, s. of William 
Benett, pattenmaker. '492. 

Benet, John, glover, s. of William Benet, 
pattenmaker. 1498. 

Bennett, Israel, currier, s. of Obedience 
Bennett, cordwainer. 1733. 

Bennett, George, cordwainer, s. of Obe- 
dience Bennett, cordwainer. 1741. 

Bennett, William, cordwainer, s. of 
Obedience Bennett, cordwainer. 1 74 1 . 

Bennett, Thomas, tailor. 1763. 

Bennett, William, tailor. 1767. 

Bennett, William, leathercutter. 1774- 

Bennett, William Thomas, leathercutter. 
1799. 

Bentley, Robert, labourer. 1768. 

Berry, Mark, maltman, s. of William 
Berr)', Alderman. 1583. 

Berry, Edward, woollendraper, s. of 
Mark Berry, Alderman. 161 8. 

Berry, John, vintner, s. of Thomas Berry, 
glover. 1640. 

Berry, Edward, silkweaver, s. of John 
Berry, innholder. 1680. 

Berry, Joseph, innholder, s. of John 
Berry, innholder. 1681. 

Berry, Edward, grocer, s. of John Berry, 
carpenter. 1700. 

Berry, John, of London, silversmith, by 
virtue of the copy of his father, of 
this city, victualler. 17 10. 

Berry, Joseph, baker, s. of Joseph Berry, 
victualler. 1718. 



Berry, Peter, surgeon, s. of John Berry, 

goldsmith. 1749. 
Berry, John, of London, upholster. 1761. 
Berry, John, gent. 1761. 
Berry, Edward, cordwainer. 1767. 
Best, Moses, cooper, s. of Nicholas Best, 

cooper. 1639. 
Best, Thomas, cooper, s. of Nicholas 

Best, cooper. 1646. 
Best, John, cooper, s. of Nicholas Best, 

cooper. 1663. 
Best, Charles, brewer, s. of Thomas Best, 

brewer. 1671. 
Best, Thomas, victualler, s. of Moses 

Best, cooper. 1676. 
Best, James, labourer, s. of Moses Best. 

1679. 
Best, Nicholas, goldsmith, s. of Thomas 

Best, brewer. 1679. 
Best, Charles, of Dover, saddler, s. of 

Thomas Best of Cant., victualler. 

i7'5- 
Best, Thomas, labourer. 1790. 
Best, Joseph, cordwainer. 1793. 
Betts, John, barber. 1789. 
Beverton, Simon, clothworker, s. of 

Simon Beverton, shearman. 1634. 
Beverton, Thomas, clothworkt-r, s. of 

Simon Beverton, clothworker. 1643. 
Beverton, Squier, s. of Squier Beverton, 

now Mayor. 1660. 
Beverton, Joseph, s. of Squier Beverton. 

1671 . 
Beverton, John, tinman, s. of Squier 

Beverton, Alderman. 1678. 
Beverton, Squier, gent., s. of Squier 

Beverton, Alderman. 1695. 
Beverton, John, brewer, s. of Squier 

Beverton, Alderman. 1700. 
Beverton, Simon, gent., s. of Squier 

Beverton. 1702. 
Beverton, Thomas, brewer, s. of Squier 

Beverton. 1703. 
Beverton, William, silkweaver, s. of John 

Beverton. 1 740 
Beverton, Squire, bricklayer, s. of Tho- 
mas Beverton, maltster. 1741- 
Beverton, William, of Chatham, husband- 
man, s. of Thomas Beverton, of 

Cant., maltster. 1741- 
Birch, William, of London, labourer, i 790. 
Blackman, George, carpenter, s. of John 

Blackman, maltster. 171 9. 
blackman, John, tobaccopipemaker, s. 

of John Blackman, innholder. 1722. 
Blackman, William, cordwainer, s. of 

John Blackman. innholder. 1722. 



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OF CANTERBURY. 



10 



Blackman, John, cordwainer, s. of George 
Blackman, carpenter. 1747- 

Blackman, William, of Hackington, oil 
leather dresser, s. of George Black- 
man, of Cant., carpenter. 1747. 

Blackman, George, butcher, s. of George 
Blackman, carpenter. 1752. 

Blackman, Israel, gardener. 1754- 

Blackman, Charles, perukemaker. 1768. 

Blackman, William, butcher. 1774- 

Bland, Michael, s. of Gilbert Bland. 1578. 

Blanket, William, s. of William Blanket. 
1702. 

Blaxland (Blacksland), Stephen, husband- 
man, s. of Stephen Blacksland, hus- 
bandman. 1744. 

Bla.xland, Robert, labourer. 1753. 

Bligh, John, bricklayer, s. of John Bligh, 
butcher. 1630. 

Bligh, John, labourer, s. of John Bligh, 
victualler. 1722. 

Bligh, Edward, cordwainer, s. of Edward 
Bligh. 1752. 

Bligh, Samuel, labourer. 1753. 

Bly, William, silkweaver. 1753. 

Blygh, Henry, of Whitstable, carpenter. 

'754- 

Blygh, William, of Milton n. Sitting- 
bourne, papermaker. 1754. 

Bligh, John, cordwainer. 1759. 

Bligh, James Edward, silkweaver. 1780. 

Bligh, Wdliam. the younger, silkweaver. 
1780. 

Bligh, Thomas, baker. 1786. 

Bligh, James, labourer. 1780- 

Bligh, George, of London, cordwainer. 
1796. 

Blight, Henr)', labourer, s. ot Thomas 
Blight. 1678. 

Blight, Edward, cordwainer, s. of Henry 
Blight, cordwainer. 1712. 

Blight, George, labourer, s. of George 
Blight, labourer. 1733. 

Blogg, William, glazier, s. of William 
Blogg, vintner. 1643. 

Blogg, Edward, silkweaver, s. of William 
Blogg, glazier. 1682. 

Blog, William, glazier, s. of William 
Blog, grazier. 1708. 

Blogg, Edward, of London, silkweaver, 
s. of Edward Blogg, of Cant., silk- 
weaver. 1715. 

Blog, Charles, cordwainer, s. of Charles 
Blog, glazier. 1722. 

Blogg, Benjamin, of London, silkweaver, 
s. of Edward Blogg, of Cant, silk- 
weaver. 1727. 



Blogg, Joseph, of London, silkweaver, s. 
of Edward Blogg, of Cant., silk- 
weaver. 1727. 

Blog, Charles, tailor, s. of William Blog. 
glazier. 1733. 

Blog, William, of London, silkweaver, s. 
of Charles Blog, of Cant., glazier. 

■734- 
Blogg, John, of London, silkweaver, s. 
of Charles Blogg, of Cant., glazier. 

'"+V. 
Blogg, W'illiam, of London, perukemaker, 

s. of William Blogg, of Cant., 

glazier. 1741. 
Blogg, Charles, silkweaver. 1754. 
Blogg, Charles, the younger, of Deal, 

schoolmaster. 1759. 
Blogg, William, labourer. 1765. 
Blogg, Philip, silkweaver. 1779. 
Blogg, Charles Lepar, barber. 1789. 
Blogg, John, tailor. 1789. 
Blogg, Charles, of London, hairdresser. 

1790. 
Blogg, Edward, plumber and glazier. 

1792. 
Blogg, Nicholas, of Hawkhurst, plumber 

and glazier. 1796. 
Blunden, John, pajjcrmaker. 1761. 
Blyth, George, husbandman, s. of John 

Blyth, cordwainer. 1704. 
Blyth, Henry, cordwainer, s. of Henry 

Blyth, sawyer, i 722. 
Blyth, William, cordwainer, s. of John 

Blyth, victualler. 1722. 
Bodle, John, cabinetmaker, s. of lohn 

Bodle, carpenter. 1747. 
Bolaine, Noah, apothecary, s. of Noah 



Bolaine, apothecary. 



'/3' 



Bolle, John, s. of Thomas Bolle, cooper. 

1400. 
Bond, Isaac, barber, s. of Isaac Bond, 

cordwainer. 16+2. 
Bond, Samuel, cordwainer, s. of Robert 

Bond, cordwainer. 1643. 
Bonger, John, tailor, s. of Rowland 

Bonger, tailor. 161 7. 
Bonner, Leonard, s. of Thomas Bonner, 

collarmaker. 1582. 
Bonyngton, John, s. of John Bonyngton. 

1410. 
Bonyngton, Richard, s. of a freeman. 

1427. 
Bonyngton, William, s. of William Bon- 
yngton. 1 45 1. 
Booth, William, glazier, s. of Joseph 

Booth, maltster. 1 7 1 1 . 
Booth, George, pipemaker, s. of William 

Booth, tobaccopipemaker. 1744. 



11 



FREEMEN 



12 



Boraine, Peter, gardener. 1771- 

Borrain, Peter, the younger, wheelwright. 
1796. 

Boraine, William, plasterer. 1800. 

Borne, Thomas, singingman, s. ot Rey- 
nold Borne, carpenter. 161 2. 

Bosworth, Thomas, of Whitstable, apoth- 
ecary, s. of Edward Bosworth, of 
Cant , brewer. 1714. 

Bolting, Jonas, of INIaidstone, gent., s. of 
William Botting, of Cant., carpenter. 

'734- 
Bounds, John, Inbourer. s. of Abraham 

Bounds, maltster. 17++- 
Boyes, Robert, s. of Robert Boyes, smith. 

>573- 

Bradford, Thomas, the younger, carpen- 
ter. 1796. 

Brames, John, joiner, s. of John Brames, 
joiner. 1745. 

Brames, Daniel, of Chatham, shipwright, 
s. of John Brames, of Cant., joiner. 

'753- 
Brames, William, turner. 1759. 

Bramt'S, Peter, gardener. 1760. 
Brames, Abraham, of Chatham, ship- 
wright. 1768. 
Brames, John, of Wye, gardener. 1789. 
Brancker, Richard, millener, s. of Thomas 

Brancker, linnendraper. 1634. 
Branker, Sanford, linnendraper, s. of 

Thomas BranKer, linnendraper. 1 642. 
Branker, Richard, woolcomber, s. of 

Richard Branker, millener. 1668. 
Branker, Richard, joiner, s. of Richard 

Branker. cheesemonger. 1705. 
Branker, Robert, of Dover, merchant, s. 

of Richard Branker, of Cant., cheese- 
monger. 1705. 
Brattle, John, blacksmith, s. of John 

Brattle, blacksmith. 1734. 
Bray, John, clothier, s. of a freeman. 

1426. 
Breeche, William, cook, s. of Philip 

Breche. 1422. 
Brempe, Richard, goldsmith, s. of John 

Brempe, goldsmith. 1463. 
Brewere, Stephen, s. of Cleve Brewere. 

1414. 
Bridge, Thomas, s. of Christopher Bridge, 

grocer. 1579. 
Bridge, Richard, grocer, s. of Christopher 

Bridge, grocer. 1580. 
Bridge, Thomas, baker, s. of Robert 

Bridge, 1586. 
Bridge, John. s. of Christopher Bridge, 

grocer. 1588. 



Bridge, Paul, grocer, s. of Christopher 

Bridge, grocer. 1591. 
Brydge, Henry, mercer, s. of Christopher 

Brydge, grocer. 1598. 
Brydge, William, grocer, s. of Robert 

Brydge. 1598. 
Bridge, Christopher, innholder, s. of 

Robert Bridge. 1607. 
Bridge, Matthew, tailor, s. of Thomas 

Bridge. 1614. 
Bridge, John, grocer, s. of William 

Bridge, grocer. 1630. 
Bridge, Thomas, grocer, s. of William 

Bridge, Alderman and grocer.- 1639. 
Bridge, John, ironmonger, s. of Abel 

Bridge, victualler. 1747. 
Bridges, Henry, hackneyman, s. of Henry 

Bridges, tailor. 1592. 
Bridges, Robert, hackneyman, s. of 

Henry Bridges, hackneyman. 1 594. 
Bridges, Edward, barber, s. of Henry 

Bridges. 1599- 
Bridges, Edward, yeoman, s. of Robert 

Bridges, hackneyman. 1628. 
Bridf;es, Edward, gent, s. of John 

Bridges, grocer. 1708. 
Bridges, John, gent., s. of John Bridges, 

grocer. 1710. 
Bridges, Edward, gent., s. of John 

Bridges, Esq. 1734. 
Bridges. John, gent., s. of John Bridges, 

Esq. 1734. 
Bright, Robert, clothworker, s. of Thomas 

Bright, tiler. 1571. 
Bright, John, yeoman, s. of Clement 

Bright, tailor. 161 1. 
Bright, Edward, tailor, s. of Clement 

Bright. 1614. 
Brine, Henry, weaver, s. of John Brice 

^sicj, clothworker. 1674. 
Bristow, Richard, of Rochester, tailor 

and draper. 1775. 
Brokeman, William, s. of Robert Broke - 

man. 141 6. 
Broker, Henry, gent., s. of John Broker, 

late Alderman. 1527. 
Brome, Thomas, s. of Simon Brome, 

Alderman. 1601. 
Broome, Thomas, apothecary, s. of 

Thomas Broome, apothecary. 1628. 
Browne, Thomas, gent., s. of Robert 

Browne, gent. 1483. 
Brown, Simon, grocer, s. of Robert 

Brown. 1559. 
Brown, Bartholemew, apothecary s. of 

Robert Brown. 1563. 
Browne, Nicholas, s. of Sewall Browne, 

vintner. 1580. 



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OF CANTERBURY. 



14 



Browne, Thomas, glazier, s. of Sewall 

Browne, vintner, ijgc. 
Browne, Andrew, tailor, s. of Sewall 

Browne, vintner. 1591. 
Browne, John, barber, s. of Nicholas 

Browne, haberdasher, ibig. 
Browne, John, cordwainer, s. of Peter 

Browne, cordwainer. 1627. 
Browne, Kegnald, joiner, s. of Anthony 

Browne, joiner. 1628. 
Browne, Stephen, shoemaker, s. of An- 
thony Browne, joiner. 1 630. 
Browne, Thomas, glazier, s. of Thomas 

Browne, glazier. 163b. 
Browne, lames, carpenter, s. of Anthony 

Browne, joiner. 1637. 
Browne, Leonard, gent., s. of Nicholas 

Browne, haberdasher. 164.0. 
Browne, Christopher, butcher, s. of 

Christopher Browne. 1671. 
Browne, John, mariner, s of Stephen 

Browne, grocer. 1700. 
Browne, Matthew, maltster, s. of ?ilatthew 

Browne, carpenter. 1705. 
Browne, Stephen, hop-merchant, s. of 

Stephen Browne. 1709. 
Brown, Thomas, of \Vesti;ate, turner, s. 

of James Brown, of Cant., cordwain- 
er. 1718. 
Brown, Thomas, hop-planier, s. of 

Siephen Brown, grocer. 1722. 
Brown, James, of Chislet, yeoman, s. of 

Anthony Brown, of Cant., labourer. 

1733- 
Brown, William, of Chislet, yeoman, s. of 
Anthony Brown, of Cant., labourer. 

'733- 
Brown, John, labourer, s. of .Anthony 

Brown, labourer. 1744- 
Brown, Thomas, husbandman, s. of John 

Brown, labourer. 1 744. 
Brown, Thomas, labourer, s. of Anthony 

Brown, baker. 1751. 
Brown, Jesse, linnenweaver. 1753. 
Brown, James, of St. Paul, Kent, labourer. 

'758- 
Brown, Thomas, perukemaker. 1760. 
Brown, Thomas Darby, labourer. 1772. 
Brown, Anthony, labourer. 1780. 
Brown, Thomas, breechesmaker. 1780. 
Browne, Thomas, the younger, of London, 

jeweller, 1789. 
Brown. James Sladden.co'achmaker. 1792. 
Brown, lames, of Hernehill, Kent, 

labourer. 1795. 
Brown, James, labourer. 1795. 
Brown.John.ofChartham, labourer. 1795. 



Brown. Henry Sladden, linnendraper. 
I 796. 

Brown, John, linnendraper. 1799. 

Browninge, Thomas, millwright, s. of 
Thomas Browninge. 1695. 

Browning, John, gent., s. of John Brown- 
ing, grocer. 1702. 

Browning, William, apothecary, s. of John 
Browning, tallowchandler. 1709. 

Browning, Benjamin, of Sevenoaks, car- 
penter, s. of Thomas Browning, of 
Cant., millwright. 1734- 

Browning, Edward, apothecary, .>;. of 
William Browning, apothecary. 1738. 

Browning, William, of Chatham, gent., s. 
of William Browning, of Cant., 
apothecary and Alderman. 1 740. 

Browning, John, of London, forgebellows 
maker. 1795. 

Brunker, Thomas, carrier, s. of Richard 
Brunker. carrier. 1700. 

Brunker, John, of London, silkweaver, s. 
of Richard Brunker, of Cant., silk- 
weaver. 1 70S. 

Buckhurst, James, s. of U'illiam Buck- 
hurst, tailor. 1585. 

Buckhurst, William, tailor, s. of William 
Buckhurst. 1604. 

Buckhurst, William, tailor, s. of William 
Buckhurst, tailor. 1629. 

Buckhurst, William, tailor, s. of Willi;im 
Buckhurst, tailor. 1669. 

Buckhurst, Stephen, barber and periwig- 
maker, s. of Stephen Buckhurst, 
grocer. 1705. 

Buckhurst, Richard, cordwainer, s. of 
Stephen Buckhurst, grocer. 1709. 

Buckhurst, John, cordwainer, s. of Rich- 
ard Buckhurst, cordwainer. 1750. 

Buckhurst, Stephen, turner. 1753. 

Buckhurst, John, basketmaker. 1796. 

Buckhurst, Stephen, coachmaker. 1799. 

Buckley, Thomas, tador, s. of William 
Buckley, bookseller. 1681. 

Buckley, Thomas, haberdasher of small 
wares, s. of Thomas Buckley, tailor. 
1721. 

Buckley, Thomas, haberdasher. 1765. 

Buckley, John, watchmaker. 1782. 

Budds, John, silkweaver. 1754. 

Budds, Robert, of Greenwich, gardener. 
1761. 

Budds, William, labourer. 1789. 
Bulkley, William, mercer, s. of Joseph 
Bulkley, mercer. 1625. 

Bulckley, George, bookbinder, s. of 
Joseph Bulckley, bookbinder. 1 632. 
Bull, William, currier. 1790. 



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FREEMEN 



16 



Bullock, Edward, cordwainer, s. of John 

Bullock, cordwainer. 1653. 
Bullock, Thomas, the younger, carpenter, 

s. of Edward Bullock, carpenter. 1687. 
Bullocke, Edward, carpenter, s. of William 

Bullocke, carpenter. 1693. 
Bullocke, Peter, basketmaker, s. of John 

Bullocke, cordwainer. 1701. 
Bullock, Thomas, of Whitstable, mariner, 

s. of John Bullock, of Cant., cheese- 
monger. 1 7 14. 
Bullock. William, carpenter, s. of William 

Bullock, carpenter. 1722. 
Bullock, Edward, baker, s. of P^dward 

Bullock, cordwainer. 1727. 
Bullock, Edward, of London, cutler. 1753. 
Bumbey, William, staymaker, s. of John 

Bumbey, .staymaker. 1722. 
Bunker, Thomas, silkweaver, s of Thomas 

Bunker. 1681. 
Bunyer, Jeremiah, of London, carpenter. 

1789. 
Bunyer, Thomas, of London, carpenter. 

1789. 
Burden, Michael, grocer, s. of Thomas 

Burden, grocer. 1679. 
Burden, John, maltster, s. of John Burden, 

blacksmith. 1706. 
Burden, John, currier, s. of Michael 

Burden, grocer. 1721. 
Burden, John, of Branfield in Kent, 

husbandman, s. of John Burden, of 

Cant., maltster. 1733. 
Burden, Edmund, husbandman, .s. of 

John Burden, maltster. 17+1- 
Burden, Charles, of Greenwich, carpenter. 

1761. 
Burden, John, Junior, currier. 1763. 
Burges, Thomas, mercer, s. of John 

Burges. 1536. 
Burges, Leonard, silkweaver, s. of Edward 

Burges, smith. 1694. 
Burges, William, blacksmith, s. of John 

Burges, blacksmith. 1721. 
Burges, James, of Queenborough, collier, 

s. of William Burges, of Cant., col- 

larmaker. 1727. 
Burges, Peter, currier, s. of Peter Burges, 

cordwainer. 1733- 
Burgess, Edward, cordwainer, s. of Ed- 
ward Burgess, labourer. 1 74 1. 
Burgess, John, husbandman, s of John 

Burgess, husbandman. 1741- 
Burges, Edward, silkweaver, s. of Edward 

Burges, silkweaver. 1752. 
Burges, John, silkweaver, s. of Edward 

Burges, silkweaver. 1752. 
Burges, Peter, silkweaver. 1753. 



Burgess, John, the younger, silkweaver. 

1780. 
Burgess, Peter, stationer. 1780. 
Burgess, James, painter. 1784. 
Burgess, Edward, the younger, coach- 
harness maker. 1787. 
Burgess, George, coachmaker. 1794. 
Burnby, John, gent. 1768. 
Burnby, William, the younger, linnen- 

draper. 1772. 
Burnby, William, of London, gent. 1795. 
Burney, Thomas, gent., s. of Jolm 

Burney, gent. 1722. 
Burnley, Thomas, upholster, s.of Matthew 

Burnley, upholster. 1655. 
Burnley, Thomas, upholster, s. of Thomas 

Burnley, upholster. 1679. 
Burton, John, tailor, s. of John Burton. 

1438. 
Burton, Christopher, hackneyman, s. of 

John Burton, innholder. i477- 
Burton, Abraham, victualler, s. of Abraham 

Burton, victualler. 1722. 
Burton, Jacob, butcher, s. of Abraham 

Burton, tailor. 1722. 
Butcher, Osmond, carpenter, s. of Osmond 

Butcher, cordwainer. 1643. 
Bygge, John, mercer, s. of William Bygge, 

miller. 1453. 
Bynd, Robert, draper, s.of Robert Bynd, 

miller. 1454. 
Byng, Thomas, shoemaker, s. of Thomas 

Byng, baker. 1539. 
Byng, William, tallowchandler. 1760. 
Byng, John, the younger, baker. 1761. 
Byng, Thomas, baker. 1761. 
Byng, John, of St. Mary-le-Bone, Mid- 
dlesex, surgeon. 1789. 
Cad bury (Catbery), Robert, chandler, .s. 

of Thomas Catbery. 1446. 
Cadbury, William, mason, s. of Robert 

Cadbury, carver. i473- 
Cadbury, James, hosier, s. of John 

Cadbury. H??- 
Cadman, John, of Sheldwich, labourer, s. 

of Charles Cadman, of Cant., cord- 
wainer. 1741. 
Caister, John, plumber and glazier, s. of 

Thomas Caister, plumber and glazier, 

1727. 
Cannon, John, haberdasher, s. of Richard 

Cannon, haberdasher. 1625. 
Cantis, Thomas, of Faversham, joiner, s. 

of Thomas Cantis, of Cant., joiner. 

1722. 
Cantis, Valentine, baker, s. of Valentine 

Cantis, baker. 1747. 



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18 



Cantis, John, of the Precincts, Cant., 
linnendraper, s. of Valentine Cantis, 
of Cant., baker. 17+9. 

Cantis, William, yeoman. 17S9. 

Caree, James, cordwainer. s. of Thomas 
Carcc, shoemaker. 1628. 

Caree, Henry, cordwainer, s. of Thomas 
Caree, cordwainer. 1641. 

Carlton, (jcorge, cordwainer, s. of Chris- 
topher Carlton, carpenter. 1642. 

Carpenter, Edward, mercer, s. of John 
Carpenter. 1520. 

Carpenter, Jidward, butcb.er, s. of John 
Carpenter, butcher. 1632. 

Carr, Richard, silkweaver, s. of Henry 
Carr, skinner. 1612. 

Carter, 'Charles, of Faversham, basket- 
maker, s. of Simon Carter, late of 
Cant., basketmaker. 1705. 

Cartewright, John, tailor, s. of Hugh 
Cartewright, tailor. 1579. 

Casey, Henry, silkweaver, s. of Thomas 
Casey. i7,5<). 

Casey, Henry, of VVhitstable, dredger, s. 
of Henry Casey, of Cant., joiner. 
1741. 

Casey, Thomas, turner, s. of Thomas 
Casey, baker. 1741. 

Casey, Henry, labourer. 1773. 

Castle, Cleeve, gent., s. of John Castle. 
1683. 

Castle, John, bricklayer, s. of John 
Castle, bricklayer. i6g8. 

Castle, Thomas, cordwainer, s. of John 
Castle, bricklayer. 1703. 

Cabtle, William, bricklayer, s. of John 
Castle, bricklayer. 1 7 1 1 . 

Castle, William, labourer, s. of James 
Castle, cordwainer. 1722. 

Chambers, Nathaniel, shoemaker, s. of 
Robert Chambers, tailor, deceased, 
known by some then present of the 
Company of Drapers to be a freeman. 

159j- 
Chambers, luKvard, watchmaker, s. of 

Edmund Chambers. 1678. 
Chambers, I'hilpot, baker, s. of Thomas 

Chambers, baker. 1737. 
Chambers, Thomas, carpenter, s. of 

Thomas Chambers, baker. 1741. 
Chambers, George, of London, tobacco- 
nist, s. of William Chambers, of 

Cant., carpcnicr. 1753. 
Chambers, William, carpenter, s. of 

William Chambers, carpenter. 1753. 
Chambers, Joseph, of Woolwich, turner. 

1761. " 
Chambers, Richard, perukemaker. 1761. 



Chandler, Thomas, butcher, s. of Samuel 

Chandler, butcher. 1627. 
Chandler, William, butcher, s. of Samuel 

Chandler, butcher. 1631. 
Chandler, Richard, cordwainer, s. of 

Samuel Chandler. 1632. 
Chandler, John, butcher, s. of Thomas 

Chandler, butcher. 1657. 
Chandler, John, butcher, s. of William 

Chandler, butcher. 1671. 
Chandler, Samuel, butcher, s. of William 

Chandler, butcher. 1674. 
Chandler, Thomas, butcher, s. of Thomas 

Chandler, butcher. 1688. 
Chandler, Hunt, butcher, s. of Thomas 

Chandler, butcher. 1695. 
Chandler, John, barber, s. of Thomas 

Chandler, butcher. 1697. 
Chandler, Matthew, butcher, s.of Thomas 

Chandler, butcher. 1698. 
Chandler, Thomas, butcher, s. of John 

Chandler, butcher. 1698. 
Chandler, Joseph, butcher, s. of John 

Chandler, butcher. 17 14. 
Chandler, Thomas, butcher, s. of Thomas 

Chandler, butcher. 1722. 
Chandler, Hunt, butcher, s. of Thomas 

Chandler, butcher. 1727. 
Cliandler, Charles, butcher, s. of John 

Chandler, butcher. 1734. 
Chandler, John, of Chartham, yeoman, 

s. of John Chandler, of Cant., barber, 

'734- 
Chandler, Richard, of London, barber, 

s. of Thomas Chandler, of Cant., 

butcher. 1734. 
Chandler, Thomas, butcher, s. of Thomas 

Chandler, butcher. 1734- 
Chandler, James, butcher, s. of James 

Chandler, butcher. 1741. 
Chandler, Nathaniel, barber, s. of John 

Chandler, barber. 1741- 
Chandler, Thomas, butcher, s. of James 

Chandler, butcher. 1741- 
Chandler, John, butcher, s. of James 

Chandler, butcher. 1747. 
Chandler, Joseph, the younger, butcher. 

'753- 
Chandler, Thomas, the younger, butcher. 

'75+- 
Chandler, John, joiner. 1760. 
Chandler, "Laurence, of London, butcher, 

1760. 
Chandler, John, Junior, cordwainer. 1765. 
Chandler, Benjamin, Jun'or, surgeon. 

1766. 
Chandler, Hunt, labourer. 1768. 
Chandler, Edward, butcher. 1779- 



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20 



Chanillcr, William, surgeon. 1782. 

Chandler, William, of Ramsgate, plum- 
ber. 1790. 

Chandler, John, carpenter. 1795. 

Chantrey (Chaunlrey), Griflith, tailor, s. 
of John Chaimtrey, tailor. 16S6. 

Chantry, Grifl'm, tailor, s. of Griffin 
Chantry, tailor. 1708. 

Chantrey. William, tailor, s. of Griflin 
Chantrey, tailor. 1713. 

Channtry, James, of Dover, ropemaker, 
s. of Griffni Chauntry, of Cant., 
tailor. 1 74 1. 

Chantry, Griflen, of London, silkweaver. 

1754- 
Chapman, Edward, of Great Chart, gar- 
dener. 1761. 
Chapman, John, of Ashford, gardener. 

1761. 
Chapman, William, of Lambeth, gardener. 

1768. 
Chapman, William, of Westwell, labourer. 

1796. 
Cheesman, (Chesman), Robert, barber, s. 

of John Chesman, fuller, 1400. 
Cheesman, Thomas, smith, s. of Richard 

Cheesman, smith. 1708. 
Cheesman, Philip, cordwainer, s. of 

Stephen Cheesman, carpenter. 1724. 
Cheesman, Philip, the younger, cord- 
wainer. 1753. 
Cheeseman, Stephen, of liythe, labourer. 

1790. 
Cheever, James, glover, s. of Richard 

Checver, glover. 1638. 
Cheever, Peter, glover, s. of Richard 

Cheever, glover. 1638. 
Cheever, John, glover, s. of Richard 

Cheever, glover. 1650. 
Cheever, James, millener, s. of James 

Cheever, millener. 1676. 
Cheever, Jeremiah, scrivener, s. of John 

Cheever, millener. •695. 
Chever, John, tallowchandlcr,s. of George 

Cheever. 1710. 
Cheever, George, saddler, s. of George 

Cheever, tallowchandler. 1722. 
Cheever, Joseph, of St. Lawrence in 

Kent, cordwainer, s. of John Cheever 

of Cant., grocer. 1734. 
Cheever, Evans, pipemaker, s. of John 

Cheever, grocer and tallowcliandler. 

1741. 
Cheever, John, labourer. 1760. 
Chevenyng, James, tailor, s. of Jolin 

Chevenyng, mercer. 1500. 
Chittenden, James, saddler, s. of James 

Chittenden, butcher. 1681. 



Chittenden, John, butcher, s. of James 

Chittenden, butcher. 1685. 
Chittenden, Thomas, labourer, s. of John 

Chittenden, butcher. 1727. 
Chittenden, James, of Minster in Thanet, 

labourer. 1761. 
Chopping, Thomas, cordwainer, s. of 

Thomas Chopping, cordwainer. 1 747. 
Christian, Thomas, cordwainer, s. of 

Edward Christian. 1703. 
Church, (Cherche), Thomas, son of John 

Cherche, fuller. 1407. 
Chirche, Richard, brewer, s. of Richard 

Chirche. 1491. 
Cluirch, John, labourer, s. of Thomas 

Church, husbandman. 1734. 
Church, Thomas, of Folkestone, hemp- 
dresser, s. of Richard Church, of 

Cant., husbandman. 1734. 
Churcher, Stephen, currier, s. of Robert 

Churcher, currier. 1676. 
Claget, Robert, haberdasher, s. of Will- 
iam Claget, liaberdashcr. 1628. 
Claringbole, Thomas, tailor, s. of Thomas 

Claringbole, cordwainer. 1639. 
Claringbold, James, weaver, s. of Tliomas 

Claringbold, cordwainer. 1646. 
Claringbold, Thomas, tailor, s. of Thomas 

Claringbold, tailor. 1680. 
Claringbold, IMichael, labourer, s. of 

Thomas Claringbold, tailor. 17 15. 
Claringbold, Thomas, barber, s. of Tho- 
mas Claringbold, victualler. 1722. 
ClaringbuU, John, perukemaker. 1761. 
Clarke, John, s. of Roger Clarke. 1506. 
Clarke, Jolin, s. of Mr. William Clarke, 

Alderman. 1601. 
Clark, Jacob, labourer, s. of Edward 

Clark, tailor. 1733. 
Clark, John, joiner, s. of P^lijah Clark, 

woolcomber. 1741. 
Clark, John, of Faversham, collarmaker, 

s. of John Clark, of Cant., silkweaver. 

1741. 
Clark, Thomas, framework-knitter, s. of 

William Clark, millener. 1741. 
Clarke, Thomas, labourer, s. of Elisha 

Clarke, woolcomber. 1747. 
Clarke, William of Sturry, perukemaker. 

>753- 
Clark, William, of Deal, cordwainer. 1754. 
Clark, Thomas, cordwainer. 1796. 
Clements, William, silkweaver. 1767. 
Clements, Newberry Richanl, silkweaver. 

1771. 
Clements, Abraham, .silkweaver. 1773. 
CIcthcro, William, whitesmith. 1793. 



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22 



Clethero, Daniel, the younger, of London 
smith. 1795. 

Clifford. Thomas, joiner, s. of Thomas 
Clifford, joiner. 17 14. 

Clifford, John, surgeon and apothecary-, 
s. of Thomas Clifford, joiner. 1724. 

Clinton, Thomas, s. of Roger Clinton. 
1615. 

Coates, William, of Chatham, cordwainer, 
s. of George Coates, of Cant., cord- 
wainer. 1 7 14. 

Cocke, John, shoemaker, s. of Thomas 
Cocke, weaver. 1617. 

Cock. Henry, weaver, s. of Thomas Cock, 
weaver. 1621. 

Cock, Henry, weaver, s. of Henry Cock. 
1668. 

Cock, John, v.eavcr, s. of Henry Cock. 
1668. 

Cock, William, of Chislet, husbandman, 
s. of iMatthew Cock, of Cant., cord- 
wainer. 1747. 

Cock, iMatthew, of Sittingbourne, hus- 
bandman. 1753. 

Cockes, Daniel, glazier, s. of Edward 
Cockes, hackneyman. 1638. .feCox. 

Cockett, Robert, silkweaver, s. of Rich- 
ard Cockett, butcher. 1722. 

Cocket, Richard, gardener, s. of Robert 
Cocket, silkweaver. 1753. 

Cocket, William, of Ickham, husbandman. 

'754- 

Cockett, William, of London, potter. 
17S0. 

Cockett, William, cordwainer. 1789. 

Colbrand, Nicholas, tailor, s. of Nicholas 
Colbrand. 1574. 

Colbrand, Fowler, tailor, s. of Richard 
Colbrand. 1574- 

Colcbrand, Nicholas, s. of Roger Cole- 
brand, tailor. 1578. 

Colcbrand, Peter, s. of Roger Colebrand, 
tailor. 1584. 

Colbrand, John, tailor, s. of Fowler 
Colbrand. 1603. 

Colbrand, Clement, tailor, s. of Nicholas 
Colbrand. 1604. 

Colbrand, Nicholas, tailor, s. of Nicholas 
Colbrand. 1604. 

Colbrand, Peter, s. of Nicholas Colbrand, 
sometime Sheriff of this City. 1614. 

Colbrand, Nathaniel, joiner, s. of Nich- 
olas Colbrand, tailor. 1620. 

Cole, Thomas, s. of [blank] Cole, baker. 

'591- 
Cole, George, silkweaver, s. of Thomas 
Cole, carpenter. 1733. 



' Cole, John, of London, carpenter, s. of 
Thomas Cole, of Cant., carpenter. 

i '734- 

Cole, James, labourer, s. of William Cole, 

cordwainer. 1741. 
Cole, Joseph, of Heme, cordwainer, s. of 
William Cole, of Cant., cordwainer. 

'747- 
Cole, Richard, of Monkton, miller, s. of 

William Cole, of Cant., cordwainer. 

'747- 
Cole, James, of London, feltmaker. 1754. 

i Cole, William, of London, feltmaker. 1700. 

Cole, Thomas, tailor. 1773. 

Cole, George, cordwainer. 1789. 

Cole, Thomas, hatter. 1795. 

Cole, Thomas, junior, tailor. 1800. 

Coleman, Daniel, of Minster in Sheppy, 

s. of Thomas Coleman, of Cant., 

grocer. 1708. 
Coleman, Thomas, of Minster in Sheppy, 

s. of Thomas Coleman, of Cant., 

grocer. 1708. 
Colffe, Joseph, grocer, s. of Joseph Colffe, 

Alderman. 161 8. 
Colffe, Charles, apothecary, s. of Joseph 

Colffe. 1620. 
Colffe, Thomas, brewer, s. of Joseph 

Colffe. 1620. 
Colfe, Joseph, clothworker, s. of Charles 

Colfe, grocer. 1647. 
Colfe, Abraham, tailor, s. of Charles 

Colfe, apothecary. 1649. 
Colfe, Thomas, barber, s. of Joseph Colfe, 

grocer. 1685. 
Collier, John, of London, silkweaver, s. of 

Peter Collier, of Cant., papermaker. 

1741. 
Collins, Isaac, of St. Paul's, Cant., tailor, 

s. of Isaac Collins, of Cant., linncn- 

weaver. 1727. 
Collins, John, glover, s. of Isaac Collins, 

linnen weaver. 1741. 
Collens, Joseph, cordwainer. 1767. 
Collens, William, bricklayer. 1773. 
Collins, William, cordwainer. 1795. 
Compton, Thomas, hosier, s. of Thomas 

Compton, vintner. 1477- 
Conditt, David, shoemaker, s. of Thomas 

Conditt, tailor. 1595. 
Conoway, James, s. of Christopher Con- 

oway, barber. 1576. 
Cook, Robert, s. of John Cook. 1448. 
Cook, John, couper, s. of Robert Cook. 

1469. 
Cooke, Richard, of Whitstable, butcher, 

s. of John Cooke, smith. 1477- 



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Cooke, Thomas, tailor, s. of Peter Cooke, 

ironmonger. 1604. 
Cooke, Robert, shoemaker, s. of Peter 

Cooke, ironmonger. 1608. 
Cooke, Roger, shoemaker, s. of Robert 

Cooke, cordwainer. 1642. 
Cooke, Wilhani, cordwainer, s. of Robert 

Cooke. 1642. 
Cooke, John, cordwainer, s. of Robert 

Cooke, cordwainer. 1671. 
Cooke, John, silkweaver, s. of Roger 

Cooke, cordwainer. 1671. 
Cooke, John, of London, silkweaver, .s. 

of John Cooke, of Cant., silkweaver. 

1708. 
Cooke, Robert, of London, silkweaver, s. 

of John Cooke, of Cant., silkweaver. 

1708. 
Cooke, James, papermaker, s. of William 

Cooke, carpenter. 17 14. 
Cooke, Joseph, mariner, s. of William 

Cooke, carpenter. 1722. 
Cook, Thomas, carpenter, s. of John 

Cook, husbandman. J 744. 
Cook, Benjamin, carpenter. 1754. 
Cook, Thomas, the younger, silkweaver. 

1780. 
Cook, Benjamin, of Brenchley, cord- 
wainer. 1 7 89. 
Cooper, John, cordwainer, s. of John 

Cooper, cordwainer. 1733. 
Cooper, Jeremiah, pastrycook, s. of John 

Cooper, pastrycook. 1744. 
Cooper, John, the younger, pastrycook. 

'753- 
Cooper, Thomas, of River, husbandman. 

'754- 
Cooper, Thomas, the younger, silk dyer. 

1767. 
Cooper, William, saddler. 1779. 
Cooper, Thomas, the younger, labourer. 

1780. 
Cooper, Thomas, the younger, carpenter, 

.787. 
Cooper, John, carpenter. 1789. 
Cooper, James, of London, stationer. 

1796. 
Copper, John, of Bctteshanger, gardener, 

s. of ]ulward Copper, nf Cant., gar- 
dener. 1714. 
Copper, Edward, of London, gent., s. of 

Edward Copper of Cant., gardener. 

1733- 

Coppin (Copyn), Edmond, yeoman, s. of 
John Copyn. 1548. 

Coppen, John, of Faversham, cooper, s. 
of John Coppen, of Cant., cord- 
wainer. 1 708. 



Cornelius, William, carpenter, s. of John 

Cornelius, labourer. 1725. 
Cornelius, William, of Dover, shipwright. 

1768. 
Cornewell. Robert, s. of John Cornewell, 

clothier. i5oo. 
Coteby, John, s. of Stephen Coteby. 1440. 
Cotlett, John, organmaker, s. of Edward 

Cotlett. 1544. 6'(v Cutlet. 
Cotteu, John, of Sandwich, labourer, s. 

of John Cotteu of Cant., cordwainer. 

1727. 

Court, Richard, fuller, s. of William 

Court, weaver. 14O7. 
Court, John, baker, s. of John Court, 

farrier. J 747. 
Court, Matthew, farrier, s. of John Court, 

farrier. 1747. 
Court, John, baker. 1774. 
Courteman, John, smith, s. of John 

Courteman, mercer. 15 13. 
Courtman, Richard, shoemaker, s. of 

John Courtman. 15 17. 
Courthop, William, j-eoman, s. of William 

Courthop. 1548. 
Courtop, John, tailor, s. of Robert Court- 
op, tailor. 1 57 1. 
Cowell, George, currier, s. of Joseph 

Cowell, currier. 1623. 
Cowell, John, cordwainer, s. of Joseph 

Cowell, currier. 1634. 
Cowell, Christopher, victualler, s. of 

George Cowell, currier. 1G70. 
Cowpere, John, alias Gy, s. of Guy 

Cowper, 1425. 
Cowpere, William, s. of John Cowpere, 

alias Gy. 1444. 
Cowper, Thomas, shoemaker, s. of Nich- 
olas Cowper. 1590. 
Co-\, John, bricklayer, s. of Samuel 

Co.x, bricklayer. 1710. 
Cox, Lambert, joiner, s. of Lambert Cox, 

joiner. 1717. 
Cox, Samuel, barber, s. of Samuel Co.x, 

bricklayer. 1725. 
Cox, John, labourer, s. of Joshua Cox, 

labourer. 1727. 
Cox, John, Junior, bricklayer. 1766. 
Cox, Charles, cordwainer. 1793. 
Cox, John, the younger, bricklayer, i 795. 

SiY Cocks. 
Cranford, Robert Flatman, brewer, s. of 

John Cranford, brewer. 1729. 
Crayford, William, Esquire, Recorder of 

Cant., s. of William Crayford, Es- 



quire. 



/■^i- 



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2G 



Crayford, Edward, of New Romney, sent., 

s. of William Crayford, of Cant., 

Esquire. 1734- 
Crayford, Edward, of Sitting-bourne, sur- 
geon. 7768. 
Crentche, John, shoemaker, s. of John 

Crentche. 1561. 
Crippea, George, papermaker, s. of John 

Crippen, labourer. 17+1. 
Crippin, John, bricklayer, s. of [blank] 

Crippin, bricklayer. 1704.. 
Crippen, Thomas, of INIilton, dredger, s. 

of John Crippen, of Cant., bricklayer. 

1727. 
Crippen, William, of Holy Cross, Cant., 

barber. 1753. 
Crippen, William, butcher. 175+. 
Crispe, John, of Margate, blacksmith. 

1768. 
Cross, James, cordwainer. 175+. 
Cross, John, of Portsmouth, cordwainer. 

1789. 
Crothole, Henry, s. of John Crothole, 

tanner. 14 1+. 
Crothall, Thomas, of Ramsgate, carpen- 
ter, s. of Thomas Crothall of Cant., 

butcher. 1733. 
Crow, Richard, cordwainer. 1794- 
Cuckow, Thomas, jeweller, s. of Daniel 

Cuckow, jeweller. 17 10. 
Cullen, William, scrivener. 1780. 
Culverhouse, William, coupar, s. of 

Edward Culverhouse. 1482. 
Curteis, John, innholder, s. of John Cur- 

teis, butcher. 1725. 
Cussen, John, barber surgeon, s. of 

Christopher Cussen, tailor. 1642. 
Cutlet, Edward, tailor, s. of John Cutlet, 

tailor. 15 13. 3'fi' Cotlett. 
Daines, John, bricklayer, s. of Simon 

Daines, bricklayer. 1727. 
Daines, John, labourer, s. of John Daines, 

bricklayer. 1741. 
Dale, John, grocer, s. of Thomas Dale. 

1555- 
Dale, George, s. of Thomas Dale, chan- 
dler. 1579. 
Dale, John, shoemaker, s. of Francis 

Dale. 1612. 
Dale, William, a blind man, s. of William 

Dale, victualler. 1671. 
Darby, :\Iatthew,of St.Margaret-at-ClifTe, 

cordwainer. 1790. 
Daves, Robert, blacksmith, s. of John 

Daves, blacksmith. 161 6. 
Davis, Thomas, joiner, s. of Richard 

Davis, joiner. 1708. 



Dawn, William, of Sheerness, labourer. 
1790. 

Dawne, liobert, the younger, of \\'ingham, 
labourer. 1795. 

Dawes, Thomas, the younger, of Wool- 
wich, wheelwright. 17S2. 

Daws, James, of ^Margate, labourer. 1 789. 

Daws, Richard, of Dover, labourer. 1789. 

Dawson, William, joiner, s. of William 
Dawson. 1619. 

Day, Abraham, cordwainer. 1754. 

Day, Andrew-, of Portsmouth, baker. 176S. 

Deering, Daniel, of Ht-rne, mariner, s. of 
James Deering, of Cant., silkweavcr. 
1727. 

Deering. Jacob, of London, silkweaver, 
s. of James Deering, of Cant.,- silk- 
weaver. 1727. 

Delmar, John, baker. 1768. 

Delmar, Joseph, carpenter. 1774. 

Delmar, Charles, the younger, perfumer. 

1785- 
Delmar, James, perukemaker. 1789. 
Delo, Peter, the younger, silkweaver. 1774. 
Delo, Thomas, silkweaver. 1780. 
Delo, William, silkweaver. 1780. 
Dello, John, hairdresser. 1789. 
Denne, John, turner, s. of Thomas 

Denne, grocer. 1656. 
Denne, Christopher, carpenter, s. of 

Christopher Denne, carpenter. 1691. 
Denne, Thomas, carpenter, s. of Thomas 

Denne, carpenter. 1747. 
Denne, Basil, of London, goldsmith. 

1761. 
Denne, William, plumber. 1761. 
Design, William, gent. 1760. 
Desine, Robert, sawyer. 1767. 
Despaigne, Henry, carpenter, s. of Henry 

Despaigne, carpenter. 1741. 
Dcspain, John, cordwainer, s. of Henry 

Despain, carpenter. 1745. 
Dickenson, John, tailor, s. of Robert 

Dickenson, tailor. 1634. 
Dilnutt, Samuel, of London, perukemaker. 

1768. 
Dilnutt, Richard, labourer. '773. 
Dilnott, William, of Dover, pipemaker. 

'774- 
Dilnutt, Lsaac, of London, carpenter. 

1790. 

Dilnutt, James, of Sheerness, staymaker. 
1790. 

Dilnutt, John, cordwainer. 1795. 
Dilnott, Samuel, woolcomber. 1797. 
Dobbes, Thomas, gent., s. of Thomas 
Dobbes, Alderman. 1603. 



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28 



Dod, Samuel, apothecary, s. of Sampson 

Dod, mercer. 1592. 
Dodson, Stephen, of London, tallow 

chandler. 1760. 
Dodson, George, of Colchester, joiner. 

1761. 
Dogrell, Leonard, currier, s. of William 

Dogrell. 1565. 
Doggerel!, Henry, shoemaker, s. of 

Leonard Doggerell, currier. 1602. 
DoUman, ]ohn, cutler, s. of William 

DoUman, cutler. 1687. 
Doleman, Peter, of Eythorne, bricklayer, 

s. of John Doleman, of Cant., cutler. 

171 1. 
Dolman, William, of Bishopsbourne, 

shovelmaker, s. of John Dolman, of 

Cant., cutler. 1 71+. 
Dombrain (Dumbrain), John, of Great 

Chart, gardener, s. of Isaac Dum- 
brain, of Cant , silkweaver. 1741. 
Dumbrain, John, the younger, of Monk- 
ton, gardener. 177+. 
Dombrain, Abraham, the younger, of 

Old Castle vard in Kent, victualler. 

1784. 
Dombrain, Daniel, silkweaver. 1786. 
Dombrain, George, labourer. 1789. 
Dray, John, of Chatham, carpenter, s. of 

William Dray, of Cant., carpenter. 

1705- 
Drayton, Christopher, tailor, s. of John 

Drayton, mercer. 1690. 
Drayton, Horton, apothecary, s. of Chris- 
topher Drayton, tailor. 1722. 
Drayton, William, silkweaver, s. of John 

Drayton, silkweaver. 1727- 
Dubbin, John, silkweaver. 1753. 
Dudlow, John, of West Mailing, gent. 

1795. 
Dudlow, Noble, of Brighton, Sussex, 

ironmonger. 179b. 
Duly, Philip, of Faversham, scrivener. 

1780. 
Dunck, William, gardener, s. of Robert 

Dunck, gardener. 1734. 
Dunkin, lonathan, yeoman, s. of James 

Dunkin, Alderman. 1654. 
Dunney, Sampson, grocer, s. of Thomas 

Dunney. 1599. 
Durant, Stephen, gent., s. of Stephen 

Durant, apothecary. 1741. 
Durant, Thomas, apothecary, s. of 

Stephen Durant, apothecary. 1741. 
Duryer, James, the younger, turner. 1 780. 
Duryer, John, of London, upholsterer. 

'795- 
Duriez, Charles, butcher. 1753- 



Duryez, David, the younger, turner. 1764. 
Dyrreck, Thomas, tallowchandler, s. of 

Michael Dyrreck, chandler. 1563. 
Eastes, John, of Chatham, shipwright, 

s. of William Eastes, of Cant., baker. 

1722. 
Eastes, William, baker, s. of William 

Eastes, baker. 1722. 
Eastes, Richard, of Dover, labourer. 

1761. 
Eastes, Samuel, of Northbourne, labourer. 

1767. 
Eastes, Thomas, of Stourmouth, labourer. 

1767. 
Eastland, Michael, baker. 1778. 
Eastland, Stephen, of Borden, yeoman. 

1790. 
Eastman, John, collarmaker, s. of Richard 

Eastman, collarmaker. 1607. 
Eastman, Edward, collarmaker, s. of John 

Eastman, collarmaker. 1636. 
Eastman, John, collarmaker, s. of John 

Eastman, collarmaker. 1642. 
Eastman, Edward, ribbonweaver, s. of 

Edward Eastman, collarmaker. 1671. 
Eastman, Henry, tailor, s. of John East- 
man, collarmaker. 1672. 
Eastman, Edward, collarmaker, s. of John 

Eastman, collarmaker. 1677. 
Eastman, Henry, tailor, s. of Henry 

Eastman, tailor. 1700. 
Eastman, Thomas, tailor, s. of Henry 

Eastman, tailor. 1700. 
Eastman, Edward, tailor, s. of Edward 

Eastman, ribbonweaver. 1705. 
Eastman, John, silkweaver, s. of Edward 

Eastman, collarmaker. 1703. 
Eastman, Robert, carpenter, s. of Henry 

Eastman, tailor. 1705. 
Eastman, Edward, collarmaker, s. of 

Edward Eastman, collarmaker. 1714. 
Eastman, John, chapman, s. of Henry 

Eastman, tailor. 1715. 
Eastman, Gilman, tailor, s. of Henry 

Eastman, Junior, tailor. 1722. 
Eastman, Henry, labourer, s. of Thomas 

Eastman, tailor. 1733. 
Eastman, lulward, husbandman, s. of 

Edward Eastman, collarmaker. i 747. 
Eastman, John, bricklayer. 1753- 
Eastman, John, labourer. 1754. 
Eastman, Ezekiel, basketmaker. 1760. 
Eastman, George, labourer. 1760. 
Eastman, 'I'lmmas, husbandman. 17O0. 
Eastman, William, of Lontlon, hairdresser. 

1768. 
Eastman, Thomas, gardener. 1779- 
Eastman, Henry, of Deal, tailor. 1784. 



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;]0 



Edborough, Richard, of Tilmanstonc, 
clerk, s. of Richard Edborough, of 
Cant., pastr}-cook. 173+. 

Edlow, Wilham, of Deal, blacksmith, s. 
of Samuel Edlow, of Cant., black- 
smith. 1741. 

Edmund, John, s. of John Edmunil. 1507. 

Edmunds, William, of Dover, blacksmith. 

'774- 
Edmonds, 1 homas, of ^Margate, carpenter. 

1789. 
Edynden, Thomas, saddler, s. of \\'alter 

Edynden. 15 18. 
Elger, William, tailor, s. of William Elger, 

tailor. 1632. 
Elliott, John, mason, s. of Matthew 

Elliott, mason. 1747. 
Elliott, 'i'homas, mason, s. of Matthew 

Elliott, mason. 1747- 
Elliot, .Stephen, of Birchington, labourer. 

1761. 
Ellis, Ingram, innkeeper, whose father 

was a freeman. 1603. 
Ellis, Daniel, cordwainer, s. of Daniel 

Ellis. 1647. 
Ellis, fames, cordwainer, s. of Daniel 

Ellis, cordwainer. 1696. 
Ellis, Richard, of Sittingbourne, turner, s. 

of Richard Ellis, of Cant., turner. 

1727. 
Ellis, John, of Ramsgate, labourer. 1760. 
Ellis, John, of London, cordwainer. 1768. 
Ellis, John, labourer. 1789. 
Ellis, John, the younger, cordwainer. 1 794. 
Ellis, William, of Stratford, Essex, cord- 
wainer. 1795. 
Ellis, Charles, of London, cordwainer. 

1797- 

Ellsey, Thomas, silkweaver, s. of Thomas 
Ellsey, cordwainer. 1690. 

Elsee, Nicholas, of Heme, cordwainer, 
s. of George Elsee, of Cant., cord- 
wainer. 1705. 

Elsey, William, of Eastwell, s. of George 
Elscy, of Cant., cordwamer. 1708. 

Elsey, George, gardener, s. of Thomas 
Elsey, gardener. 17 14. 

Elsey, Thomas, of St. Dunstan's in Kent, 
labourer. 1761. 

Listed, John, cordwainer, s. of Thomas 
Listed, cordwainer. 1705. 

Listed, Thomas, cordwainer, s. of Tho- 
mas Listed, cordwainer. 1705. 

Elvye, John, shoemaker, s. of John Llvye, 
shoemaker, 1572. 

Llvey, John, currier, s. of John LIvey, 
grocer. 1708. 



Llvey, Samuel, hempdresser, s. of John 
Llvey, silkweaver. 1708. 

Llvey, William, of the Precincts, gold- 
smith, s. of John Llvey, grocer. 1710. 

Elvy, Samuel, of Bridge, husbandman, s. 
of Samuel Llvy, of Cant., hemp- 
dresser. 1747. 

Elvvn, George, s. of John ]'".Iv\-n, saddler. 

' 1584- 
Liven, Mark, shoemaker, s. ol William 

Liven, shoemaker. 161 1. 
Llvyn, Isaac, gent., s. of George Elvyn, 

Alderman. 1620. 
Liven, Samuel, millencr, s. of Samuel 

Elven. I 63 I. 
Elvin, William, ribbonweaver, s. of Samuel 

Elvin, ribbonweaver. 1664. 
Elvin Joseph, of Sturry, gardener. 1761. 
Llye. Samuel, silkweaver, s. of Samuel 

Elye. shoemaker. 1608. 
Emm, William, of Sheerness, blacksmith. 

1774- 
Enfield, Thomas, gent., s. of Thomas 

Lnfield, Esq., Alderman. 1687. 
Engeham, John, of Swalecliffe, yeoman, 

s. of Edward Engeham, of Cant., 

joiner. 1715. 
Engeham, Thomas, of Hackington, gar- 
dener, s. of Edward Engeham, of 

Cant., joiner. 1722. 
Engeham, Edward, of Rochester, mariner, 

s. of Edward Engeham, of Cant., 

joiner. 1722. 
Engeham, Edward, pattenmaker, s. of 

John Engeham, labourer. 1741. 
Engeham, John, cordwainer, s. of John 

Engeham, husbandman. 1747. 
Engeham, Richard, of London, cord- 
wainer. 1753. 
Engeham, Thomas, the younger, of 

Chartham, gardener. 1760. 
Lngehnm, Edward, cordwainer. '773. 
Engeham, John, of Yalding, watclmiaker. 

1789. 
Engeham, Edward, cordwainer. J 795. 
Engeham, Thomas, cordwainer. 1 800. 
Esshindenne, Silvester, s. of Geoffrev 

Lsshindenne. 1410. 6V1 Ashenden. 
Lvernden, Simon, potter, s. of Simon 

Lvernden, basketmaker. 1741. 
Lvernden, Thomas, of London, carpenter. 

176.. 
Fagg, Robert, clothier, s. ot John Fagg, 

clothier. 1654. 
Fagge, Thomas, husbandman, s. of 

Thomas Fagge, cordwainer. 17 14. 
' F^agg, John, turner, s. of Thomas Fagg, 
I cordwainer. 1722. 



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32 



Fag, William, silkweaver, s. of Thomas 

Fag, cordwainer. 1727- 
Fagg, 'I'homas, of Adisham, labourer, s. 

of Thomas Fagg, of Cant., labourer. 

'747- 
I'airman, l*rancis, of Rochester, u]ihol- 

sterer. 1795. 
Fairman, Richard, of Deal, grocer. 1 796. 
Farrar, Anthoii}', mercer, s. of Thomas 

Farrar, mercer. 1 640. 
Farrence, Robert, of Maidstone, farrier, 

s. of Robert Farrence, of Cant., 

farrier. 1715. 
Faunt, William, draper, s. of Nicholas 

Faunt, beerbrewer. 1470. 
Fedarb, Horatio, brazier. 1788. 
Fedarb, Thomas, of Westgate in Kent, 

mariner. 1794. 
Fedarb, Daniel, of Westgate in Kent, 

cordwainer. 1799. 
Fcndall, Edward, gent., s. of Edward 

Fendall, Alderman. 1722. 
Fcnn, Charles, silkweaver, s. of Thomas 

Fenn, cordwainer. i6qi. 
Fenn, John, gardener, s. of John Fenn, 

cordwainer. 1700. 
Fenner, Rest, linnendraper, s. of Rest 

Fenner. 1709. 
Fenner, Thomas, of London, potter, s. of 

Rest Fenner, of Cant., hop-planter. 

'7i.5-_ 
Fenner, William, linnendraper, s. of Rest 

Fenner, theelder, hop-planter, i 72 i. 
Fenner, Rest, bookseller, s. of Enoch 

Fenner, bookseller. 1733. 
Fenner, Benjamin, of London, gent., s. 

of Rest Fenner, of Cant., stationer. 

1741. 
Fenner, Rest, brewer, s. of Rest I'enncr, 

brewer. 1741. 
Fenner, John, of Barham, gent. 1760. 
Fenner, Zachariah Kingsford, of London, 

gent. 1 76 1. 
Fenner, Rest, the younger, of Chartham, 

yeoman. 1768. 
Fenner, John Ludd, mariner. 1770. 
Fenner, Thomas, brewer. 1774. 
Fenner, William, tallowchandler. 1779. 
Fenner, Benjamin, gent. 1780. 
Fenner, Joseph Howlett, of Shorne, 

tanner. 1790. 
Ferry, Samuel, the younger, cooper. 1753. 
Ferry, John, cooper. 1760. 
Ferry, John, cooper. 1789. 
Ferthyng, Robert, s. of Robert Fcrthyng. 

i3<53- 
Fcrville, Josiah, silkweaver. 1773. 



Field, Thomas, of Sittingb(3urne, labourer, 

s. of William Field, of Cant., la- 
bourer. 1 741. 
Filmar, William, bricklayer, s. of John 

Filmar, bricklayer. 1734. 
Filmore, Thomas, bricklayer, s. of John 

Filmore, bricklayer. 1741. 
Filmer, Enoch, of London, whitesmith. 

1761. 
Filmer, Thomas, of Dover, linnenweaver. 

1768. 
Filmer, William, gardener. 1796. 
Filmer, Thomas, junior, cordwainer. 1 800. 
Finch, John, of Lambeth, waterman, s. 

of Thomas Finch, of Cant., cord- 
wainer. 1732. 
Fisenden, Thomas, of Ashford, carpenter, 

I 760. 
Fisenden, John, of Wye, pcrukeniakcr. 

1761. 
Fish (Fysshe), John, the younger, grocer, 

s. of John Fysslie. 1515. 
Fisshe, Nicholas, draper, s. of John 

Fisshe. -1539. 
Fysshe, John, s. of Nicholas Fysshe, late 

Alderman. 1580. 
Fishe, John, gent., s. of John Fishe. 

1 614. 
Fisher, John, tinplate worker. 1777. 
Fisher, James, tinplate worker. 1788. 
Fislier, "Edward, labourer. 1789. 
Fisher, Thomas, cordwainer. 1789. 
Fisher, William, of London, cabinet- 
maker. 1789. 
Fisher, Robert, of London, confectioner. 

1790. 
Fisher, George, baker, i 800. 
Fist, Thomas, gardener, s. of John Fist, 

tailor. 1722. 
Fist, John, cordwainer, s. of John Fist. 

1727. 
Fist, Henry, of Faversham, dredger, s. 

of John Fist, of Cant., tailor. 1734. 
Fist, Thomas, mariner. 1783. 
Fist, Thomas, of London, hairdresser. 

1790. 
Fist, John, cordwainer. 1792. 
Flackton, William, bookseller, s. of John 

Flackton, bricklayer. 1730. 
Flacton, John, bookseller, s. of John 

Flacton, bricklayer. 1738. 
Flatman, Henry, brewer, s. of Robert 

Flatman, brew-er. 1698. 
Flatman, William, hu.sbandman, s. of 

John Flatman, bricklayer. i6g8. 
Fleet, Thomas, cordwainer, s. of Thomas 

Fleet. 1727. 



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Fleet, John, turner, s. of Thomas Fleet, 
cordwainer. 173+- 

Fleet, Edward, cordwainer, s. of Thomas 
Fleet, cordwainer. 1739. 

Flint, Onesiphorus, basketmaker, s. of 
Samuel Flint, basketmaker. 1714- 

Flint, Peter, basketmaker, s. of Onesiph- 
orus Flint, basketmaker. 17+1. 

Flint, Samuel, of Dover, basketmaker, s. 
of Onesiphorcms Flint, of Cant., bas- 
ketmaker. 17^7. 

Flint, Michael, of Dover, basketmaker. 
1760. 

P'lint, John, of Dover, cordwainer. 1796. 

Flint, Thomas, whitesmith. 1797. 

Flint, Samuel, labourer. 1800. 

Floyd, John, silkweaver, s. of John Floyd, 
silkweaver. 1700. 

Fogg, William, of London, silkweaver, s. 
of Whitingham Fogg, of Cant., silk- 
weaver. 1715. 

Fokys, Thomas, the younger, mercer, s. 
of Thomas Fokys. 15 18. 

Fookys, Thomas, s. of Thomas Fookys. 

'5+5- 
Fordc, Jolm, butcher, s. of Bartholomew 

Forde. 1+23. 
Fordo, John, butcher, s. of Bartholomew 

Forde. •454- 
Forstall, William, grocer, s. of Richard 

Forstall, grocer. 1681. 
Foster, William, tailor, s. of ]\Iaximillian 

Foster, tailor. 1670. 
Foster, Henry, silkweaver, s. of I\Iaxi- 

millian Foster, tailor. 1705. 
Fouger, George, barber and perukemaker. 

'770- 
Fowle, Nicholas, baker, by virtue of his 

father's copie. 16O2. 
Foul, Thomas, baker, s. of John Foul, 

baker. 1677- 
Fowle, Thomas, baker, s. of Adam Fowle, 

baker. 1699. 
Fowle, John, baker, s. of Adam Fowle, 



baker. 



705- 



Fowle, Adam, of Tenterden, s. of Jolm 

Fowle, of Cant., baker. 170S. 
Fowle, John, of Dymchurch, sent., s. of 

John Fowle, of Cant., baker. 1708. 
Fowle, Edmund, of Sandwich, barber, s. 

of John Fowle, of Cant., baker. 1710. 
Fowle, Adam, carpenter, s. of Adam 

Fowle, carpenter. 1727. 
Fowle, John, of London, carpenter, s. of 

Adam Fowle, of Cant., carpenter. 

1734- , , , 

Fowle, George, carpenter, s. of Adam 
Fowle, carpenter. 1741. 



Fowle, Adam, butcher. 1768. 
Fowle, Thomas, perukemaker. 1774. 
Fowler, Henry, cordwainer, s. of James 

Fowler. 1621. 
Fowler, Bartholomew, whitebakcr, s. of 

James Fowler, maltster. 1625. 
Fowler, James, barber surgeon, s. of 

Henry Fowler, cordwainer. 1643. 
Fowler, James, baker, s. of Bartholomew 

Fowler, baker. 1669. 
Fowler, Thomas, barber surgeon, s. of 

James Fowler, barbersurgeon. 1 bSi. 
Fowler, Robert, barber, s. of Thomas 

Fowler, barber surgeon. 1710. 
Fowler, Mercer, s. of Thomas Fowler, 

barber. 17 19. 
Fowler, Thomas, of London, tailor, s. of 

Thomas Fowler, of Cant., barber. 

1722. 
Fow'Ier, John, of Whitstable, carpenter, 

s. of John Fowler, of Cant., carpen- 
ter. 1734. 
Fowtrell, James, gent. 1754. 
Fowtrell, John, surgeon. 1754. 
Fox, Hugh, s. of John Fox. 1405. 
Fox, Stephen, cordwainer, s. of Israel 

Fox, victualler. 1709. 
Fox, Israel, victualler, s. of Israel I""ox, 

victualler. 1714- 
Fox, Siephen, silkweaver, s. of Isaac Fox, 

silkweaver. 1727. 
Fox, Israel, barber, s. of Stephen Fox, 

cordwainer. 1736. 
Fox, Stephen, baker, s. of Stephen Fox, 

cordwainer. 1741. 
Fox, James, of London, silkweaver. 1760. 
Fox, John, of Fordwich, labourer. 1760. 
Fox, William, of Folkestone, cordwainer. 

1760. 
Fox, James, the younger, cordwainer. 

1789. 
Fox, William, currier. 1792. 
Fox, John, cordwainer. 179s. 
Foxhunte, John, s. of John Foxhunte. 

'437- 
Francis, Thomas, maltster, s. of Edward 

Francis, cordwainer. 1704. 
Francis, Edward, wheelwright, s, of 

Edward Francis, cordwainer. 171 1. 
Frances, John, of Wrotham, clerk, s. of 

William Frances, of Cant., baker. 

'73+- 

Francis, Francis, of Monkton, husband- 
man, s. of Thomas Francis, of Cant., 
silkweaver. 1741. 

Francis, Thomas, butcher, s. of Thomas 
Francis, silkweaver. 1741. 



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36 



Franke, Edward, bricklayer, s. of Edward 
Franke, bricklayer. 1705. 

Frank, William, of Rochester, bricklayer, 
s. of Edward Frank, of Cant., brick- 
layer. 1705. 

Frank, Thomas, labourer, s. of Edward 
Frank, bricklayer. 1708. 

Frank, Nicholas, of Whitstable, dredger, 
s. of Edward Frank, of Cant., brick- 
layer. 1 7 1 0. 

Frank, John, husbandman, s. of John 
Frank, cordwainer. 1749. 

Franks, Jolm, gardener. 1789. 

Frenche, John, s. of Thomas Frcnchc, 
Alderman. 1543- 

Frenche, Valentine, s. of John Frenche. 

1584- 
Frencham, James, merchant, s. of Dun- 

stan Frencham, tailor. 1585. 
Frend, George, the younger, merchant. 

1773- 
Frend, John, of Bridge, tailor. 1780. 
Frend, William, gent. 1780. 
Frend, Richard, woollendraper and silk 

mercer. 1784. 
Frend, Charles, saddler. 1789. 
Frend, Stephen, tailor. 1790. .SVc Friend. 
Freville, Peter, the younger, silkweaver. 

1760. 
Freville, George, silkweaver. 1780. 
Friend, (Freind), William, tailor, s. of 

John Freind, woollendraper. 1722. 
Friend, John, peruUemaker. 1753. 
Friend, Daniel, the younger, cordwainer. 

'755- 
Friend, Thomas, of London, felhnonger. 

'757- 
Friend, William, of London, staymaker. 

1761. 
Friend, James, pcrukemaker. 1762. 
Friend, Charles, of London, tailor. 1 766. 
Friend, Valentine, tallowchandler. 1 768. 
Friend, John, of Durham, musician. 1 796. 

Su Frend. 
Frogenale, Richard, vintner, s. of William 

Frogenale. 1424- 
Fuller, John, silkweaver, s. of John 

Fuller, silkweaver. 1695. 
Fuller, Samuel, saddler. 1759. 
h'urncr, Richard, yeoman, s. of William 

I'urner. 1538. 
l''urser, Jolui, cliandler, s. of Richard 

Furser, capper. 1591. 
Furser, Richard, mercer, s. of Richard 

Furser, capper. 1591. 
Furser, John, gunmakcr, s. of John Fur- 
ser, clolhworker. 1603. 



Furser, William, hackneyman, s. of John 

Furser, clothworker. 1608. 
Furser, Isaac, cook, s. of John Furser, 

clothworker. 161 8. 
Fynkyll, Leonard, gent., s. of Edward 

Fynkyll, gent. 1500. 
Gallant, Bilclife, hatter, s. of Richard 

Gallant, hatter. 1734. 
Gallant, William, of Margate, mariner. 

1790. 
Gambler, George, bricklayer. 1795. 
Gardiner, William, of Deal, hairdresser. 

1800. 
Garret, Robert, clerk, s. of John Garret, 

cordwainer. 1667. 
Gascoyn, Clement, capper, s. of James 

Gascoyn. 1574. 
Gaunt, Gilbert, woollendraper, s. of 

Richard Gaunt. 1606. 
Genvey, Richard, s. of James Genvey, 

yeoman. 1631. 
Genvey, William, embroiderer, s. of 

James Genvey, parator (.'' apparitor). 

1638. 
George, John, smith, s. of John George. 

1660. 
George, John, silkweaver, s. of John 

George, silkweaver. 1700. 
George, William, gent., s. of John George, 

smith. 1705. 
Gere, Henry, tailor, s. of William Gere, 

mercer. 15 14. 
Gere, Thomas, tailor, s. of William 

Gere. 1520. 
Gere, Thomas, tailor, s. of Henry Geere, 

tailor. 1571. 
Gilbert, George, s. of Stephen Gilbert, 

wheeler. 1575. 
Gilbert, James, wheelwright, s. of Step- 
hen Gilbert, wheelwright. 1586. 
Gylbert, Richard, son of John Gylbert. 

1588. iS'iv John Gylbert under this 

same year, in Part IV. 
Gilbert, John, baker, s. of Mr. Thomas 

Gilbert, baker. 1649. 
Gilbert, William, baker, s. of Thomas 

Gilbert, baker. 1635. 
Gilbert, John, Serjeant-at-Mace, s. of 

Thomas Gilbert, baker and Alder- 
man. 1 67 1. 
Gilbert, Thomas, baker, s. of William 

Gilbert, baker. 1679. 
Gilbert, Thomas, cutler, s. of Giles Gil- 
bert, millener. 1703. 
Gilbert, Thomas, apothecary, s. of Thomas 

Gilbert, baker. 1715. 
Giles (Gilles), Roger, cordwainer, s. of 

Stephen Gilles, cordwainer. 1627. 



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Giles, Daniel, cordwainer, s. of Stephen 
Giles, cordwainer. 1639. 

Giles, John, grocer, s. of Stephen Giles, 
cordwainer. 1646. 

Giles, Horn, butcher. 1794. 

Gill (Gjlle), William, admitted because 
he was a fremannys sonne. 1504. 

Gill, William, the younger, carpenter, s. 
and app. of William Gill, the elder. 
1667. 

Gill, Thomas, silkweaver, s. of John Gill. 
1685. 

Gill, William, carpenter, s. of William 
Gill, carpenter. 1690. 

Gill, Thomas, butcher, s. of Thomas Gill, 
butcher. 1705. 

Gill, William, carpenter, s. of Thomas 
Gill. 1709. 

Gill, Peter, butcher, s. of Thomas Gill, 
butcher. 1727. 

Gill, John, baker. 1761. 

(jillam (Gyllam), Paul, tailor, s. of Tho- 
mas Gyllam. 1558. 

Gillam, John, miller, s. of William Gillam, 
miller. 1657. 

Gillman, John, wheelwright. 1784. 

Gillman, Henry, wheelwright. 1789. 

Gillman, Matthew, of Wye, wheelwright. 
1790. 

Gilman, Isaac, labourer. 1796. 

Gillman, David, of Dover, labourer. 1 Soo. 

Gillmore, Paul, carpenter, s. of Paul 
Gillmore, grocer. 1670. 

Gilmore, Jacob, of London, corkcutter. s. 
of James Gilmore, of Cant., silk- 
weaver. 1 7 10. 

Gilmore, John, of London, silkweaver, s. 
of John Gilmore, of Cant , tallow- 
chandler. I 7 14. 

Gilmore, John, silkweaver, s. of James 
Gilmore, silkweaver. 17 14. 

Gilmore, James, silkweaver, s. of John 
Gilmore, silkweaver. 1747. 

Gillmore, John, Junior, of London, silk- 
weaver. Ijb]. 

Gilpin, Robert, cordwainer, s. of Robert 
Gilpin, tailor. 1698. 

Gilpin, Thomas, miller, s. of Robert 
Gilpin, tailor. 1714- 

Gilpin, William, yeoman, s. of Robert 
Gilpin, tailor. 1719. 

Gilpin, Thomas, butcher, s. of Thomas 
Gilpin, miller, i 745. 

Gilpin, Barnard, butcher, s. of Thomas 
Gilpin, miller. 1746. 

Gimber, Thomas, of London, baker, s. of 
Francis Gimber, of Cant., baker. 
1741. 



Ginder, John, smith, s. of Richard Gin- 
der, smith. 1700. 

Ginder, John, schoolmaster, s. of William 
Ginder, linnendraper. 1704. 

Ginder, Stephen, cordwainer, s. of Will- 
iam Ginder, linnendraper. 1704. 

Ginder, Stephen, of Barham, carpenter, 
s. of Richard Ginder, of Cant., 
smith. 1704. 

Ginder, Thomas, carpenter, s. of William 
Ginder, linnendraper. 1705. 

Ginder, Richard, bricklayer, s. of Richard 
Ginder, smith. 1708. 

Ginder, William, butcher, s. of John 
Ginder, carpenter. 1712. 

Ginder, Charles, of Ashford, butcher, s. 
of William Ginder, of Cant., linnen- 
draper. 1 7 14. 

Ginder, John, butcher, s. of William Gin- 
der, butcher. 1736. 

Ginder, Richard, butcher, s. of William 
Ginder, butcher. 1747- 

Ginder, John, labourer. 1760. 

Ginder, William, husbandman. 1761. 

Ginder, Thomas, yeoman. 1768. 

Ginder, William, of St. Gregory's, Kent, 
grazier. 1795. 

Goatley (Goteley), John, brewer, s. of 
William Goteley. 1506. 

Goatley, William, smith, s. of Ambrose 
Goatley, smith. 1699. 

Godden, James, staymaker, s. of James 
Godden, of Maidstone, farrier and 
freeman of Cant. 1747. 

Gold, Thomas, cordwainer. 1753. 

Gold, William, the younger, silkweaver. 

•773- 

Gold, Thomas, the younger, cordwainer. 
1789. 

Gold, William, cordwainer. 1789. 

Golden, Richard, cordwainer, s. of John 
Golden, bricklayer. 1741. 

Golden, Jacob, the younger, silkweaver. 
1760. 

Goulden, Thomas, silkweaver. 1789. 

Goldedge, John, labourer, s. of Thomas 
Goldedge, smith. 1705. 

Goldhatch, William, silkweaver, s. of 
Thomas Goldhatch, wheeler. 1695. 

Golding, John, of Sittingbourne, labourer, 
s. of John Golding, of Cant., brick- 
layer. 1747. 

Goodwin, James, of Denstrood, husband- 
man, s. of Thomas Goodwin, of 
Cant., husbandman. 1734. 

Goodwin, Thomas, of Goodnestone, 
yeoman, s. of Thomas Goodwin, of 
Cant., yeoman. 1734. 



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40 



Goodwin, Samuel, silkweaver. 17S0. 
Goarly, William, hatter, s. of William 

Goarly, hatter. 1739. 
Gorely, George, of London, bricklayer, 

s. of William Gorely, of Cant., 

haberdasher of hats. 17+r. 
Gourly, Richard, feltmaker, s. of William 

Gourly, feltmaker. 1747. 
Gorely, James, gent. 1761. 
Gorely, James, hatter. 1773. 
Gorely, Thomas, hatter. 1773- 
Gorely, George, hatter. 1774. 
Gorely, George, cooper. 1781. 
Gorely, Edward, wheelwright. 1789. 
Gorelv, Richard, the younger, cord wainer. 

Gorham, Thomas, clothier, s. of Thomas 

Gorham. 1658. 
Gosby, William, tailor. 1774. 
Gosby, John, printer. 1800. 
Gradwell, John, yeoman, s. of Thomas 

Gradwell, innholder. 1624. 
Grant, Richard, the younger, labourer. 

1767. 
Graves, William, embroiderer, s. of 

Christopher Graves. 1607. 
Graye, Richard, blacksmith, s. of Henry 

Graye, blacksmith. 1634. 
Gray, Matthias, dyer, s. of Richard Gray. 

1657- 

Gray, Thomas, dyer, s. of Matthias Gray, 
dyer. 1681. 

Gray, John, carpenter, s. of Matthias 
Gray, dyer. 1691. 

Gray, Stephen, dyer, s. of Matthias Gray, 
dyer. 1692. 

Gray, John, gent., s. of Matthias Gray, 
late Alderman. 17 10. 

Gray, William, of Faversham, grocer, s. 
of Thomas Gray, of Cant., glover. 
1717. 

Gray, William, of London, goldsmith, s. 
of William Gray, of Cant., grocer. 
1746. 

Gray, James, of Sandwich, tallowchandler, 
s. of William Gray, of Cant., tallow- 
chandler. 1747. 

Gray, Daniel, baker, s. of Thomas Gray, 
late Alderman. 1750. 

Gray, Thomas, baker. 1774. 

(iray, Samuel, yeoman. 178 i. 

CJray, George Godfrey, of London, vic- 
tualler. 1790. 

Grebell, Allen, the )'Ounger, gent. 1795. 

Greedhurst, Philip, of St. Peter's in 
Thanet, bricklayer, s. of Philip 
Greedhurst, of Cant., bricklayer. 1733. 



Greethurst, Thom.as, silkweaver, s. of 

Philip Greethurst, bricklayer. 1741. 
Greenland, Joseph, hop-planter, s. of 

John Greenland, Alderman. 1727- 
Greneleffe, Nicholas, s. of Thomas Grene- 

leffe. 1599. 
Grew, John, of London, silkweaver. 1795. 
Gridle, Thomas, barber, s. of Thomas 

Gridle, currier. 1400. 
Gybon, John, s. of John Gybon. 1409. 
Hadman, Richard, musicianer, s. of 

William Hadman, tailor. 1692. 
Hadman, Richard, labourer, s. of Richard 

Hadman, labourer. 1722. 
Hadman, Thomas, labourer, s. of Richard 

Hadman, labourer. 1727. 
Hadman, Cliristopher, musician, s. of 

Richard Hadman, musician. 1747. 
Hadman, Charles, labourer. 1760. 
Hadmans, Thomas, of Dover, cordwainer. 

'753- 
Hadmans, William Mayne, hairdresser. 

1795- 
Hales, John, silkweaver, s. of Thomas 

Hales, butcher. 1733. 
Hales, Thomas, stocking-weaver, s. of 

Thomas Hales, butcher. 1733. 
Halford, Richard, Junior, gent. 1797. 
Halke, Michael, s. of Thomas Halke. 

16 10. 
Hall, Thomas, plumber, s. of Thomas 

Hall. 1543. 
Hall, William, turner, s. of Thomas Hall, 

turner. 1683. 
Hall, John, turner, s. of Thomas Hall. 

J 684. 
Hall, John, turner, s. of John Hall, turner. 

1705. 
Hall, William, turner, s. of William Hall, 

turner. 1708. 
Hall, James, labourer, s. of William Hall, 

turner. 17 14. 
Hall, Joseph, turner, s. of Joseph ILill, 

turner. 17 14. 
Hall, John, of Sandwich, turner, s. of 

Thomas Hall, of Cant., turner. 1722. 
Hall, John, turner, s. of John Hall, turner. 

1727. 
Hall, Samuel, of Westminster, apothecary, 

s. of George Hall, of Cant., apothe- 
cary. 1727. 
Hall, William, of Boughton Aluiih, turner, 

s. of John Hall, of Cant., turner. 1 733. 
Hall, Joseph, cordwainer, s. of Samuel 

Hall, cordwainer. 1734. 
Hall, I\Lark, of London, carpenter, s. of 

John Hall, of Cant., chairmaker. 1734. 



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42 



Hall, Richard, bricklayer, s. of Samuel 

Hall, cordwainer. 1734. 
Hall, Thomas, of Sandwich, turner, s. of 

Thomas Hall, of Cant., turner. 173+. 
Hall, William, of London, cordwainer, s. 

of Simon Hall, of Cant., cordwainer. 

17+1. 
Hall, Edward, of Dover, husbandman, s. 

of Samuel Hall, of Cant., cordwainer. 

'747- 
Hall, William, of Folkestone, fisherman. 

'754- 
Hall, Richard, the younger, silkweaver. 

1760. 

Hall, John, gent. 1761. 

Hall, Edward, silkweaver. 1768. 

Hall, Robert, whitesmith. 1800. 

Hallytt, Richard, tailor, s. of Alexander 
Hallet. 1570. 

Halsnod. James, joiner, s. of John Hals- 
nod, tailor. 1639. 

Halsnode, Richard, tailor, s. of John 
Halsnode, tailor. 16+7. 

Halsnode, Thomas, turner, s. of Thomas 
Halsnode, weaver. 1672. 

HamJige, John, of Sturr/, carpenter, s. of 
John Hamage, of Cant., maltster. 
1722. 

Hambrooke, Edward, the younger, cur- 
rier. 1780. 

Hambrook, Richard, blacksmith. 1781. 

Hammon-d (Hamon), Christopher, tailor, 
s. of Clement Hamond, barber. 1 500. 

Hamon, John, junior, s. of Clement 
Hamond. 1508. 

Hammond, Richard, barber-surgeon, s. 
of James Hammond. 1704. 

Hammond, Thomas, gent. 1756. 

Hammond, George, the younger, of Fav- 
ersham, surgeon. 1774- 

Hammond, Thomas, the younger, gent. 
17S6. 

Hammond, George, upholsterer. 1789. 

Hammond, Charles, of East Bridge Hos- 
phal, writingmaster. 1790. 

Hammond, William, of East Bridge 
Hospital, scrivener. 1790. 

Hanbrook, Elisha, of London, black- 
smith. I 75+. 

Hane, John, of Chislet, husbandman, s. 
of James Hane, of Cant., labourer. 

'734- 
Hannel, James, currier, s. of Francis 

Hannel, currier. 1726. 
Hanree, Stephen, cordwainer. 1762. 
Hanree, Casey, cordwainer. 1773. 
Hanree, John, baker. 1773. 



Harbert, Abiether, clerk, s. of Edmond 

Harbert, blacksmith. 16 19. 
Harden, Thomas, cordwainer. 1760. 
Harden, Thomas, of St. Peter in 'I'hanet, 

cordwainer. 1789. 
Harden, William, of Kingsgate in Thanet, 

labourer. 1790. 
Harding, John, of Faversham, linnen- 

weaver. 1754. 
Hardres, Nicholas, s. of Thomas Hardres. 

'394- 

Hardes, Richard, clothworker, s. of Rob- 
ert Hardes, barber. 1636. 

FLirdres, James, Esq., second s. of 
Thomas Hardres, Serjeant at Law, 
and Recorder of this city. 1674. 

Hardres, Edmund, gent., s. of Sir Thomas 
Hardres, Serjeant at Law, and 
Recorder of this city. 1679. 

Harnett, Edward, baker. 1768. 

Harris, (Harrice), Vespatian, mercer, s. 
of John Harrice, Alderman. 1630. 

Harris, Thomas, of Thanington, groce.', 
s. of [blank] Harris, of Cant., baker. 
1664. 

Harris, Vespatian, woolcomber, s. of 
Vespatian Harris, mercer. 1673. 

Harris, Titus, cordwainer, s. of Vespatian 
Harris, Alderman. 1676. 

Harris, Richard, joiner, s. of Thomas 
Harris, grocer. 1695. 

Harris, William, smith, s. of James Har- 
ris, smith. 1698. 

Harris, Titus, basketmaker, s. of Titus 
Harris, cordwainer. 1705. 

Harris, Nicholas, cordwainer, s. of Nich- 
olas Harris, cordwainer. 17 10. 

Harris, John, labourer, s. of Titus Harris, 
cordwainer. 1722. 

Harris, Stephen, silkweaver, s. of John 
Harris, porter. 1734. 

Harris, Joseph, silkweaver, s. of John 
Harris, labourer. 1741. 

Harris, Titus, labourer, s. of John Harris, 
labourer. 1745. 

Harris, John, cordwainer, s. of John 
Harris, husbandman. 1747. 

Harris, John, tailor. 1759. 

Harris, John, tailor. 1784. 

Harris, Thomas, of Elham, gardener. 1790. 

Harrison, William, pewterer, s. of I\Ir. 
Richard Harrison, pewterer. 1654. 

Harrison, Henry, barber, s. of William 
Harrison, pewterer. 1693. 

Harrison, Robert, of London, mercer, s. 
of Henry Harrison, late of Cant., 
tailor. 1700. 



43 



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44 



Harrison, Henry, Junior, linnendraper, s. 

of Henry Harrison, linnendraper. 

1706. 
Harrison, Robert, linnendraper, s. of 

Henry Harrison. 1715. 
J Harrison, Basil, of Hythe, surgeon. 1768. 
Hart, William, shoemaker, s. of Thorn is 

Hart. 1543. 
Hart, John, cutler, s. of William Hart, 

clothier. 1571. 
Hart, lohn, carpenter. 1767. 
Hart, Ale.xander, baker. 1772. 
Hart, Thomas, baker. 1782. 
Hart, Holland, cordwainer. 1792. 
Hart, Henry, carpenter. 1795- 
Hart, Ricliard Hewitt, of Longport, 

cordwainer. 1800. 
Hartcup, Venner. of London, surgeon. 

1761. 
Hartcup, Thomas, of Thanington, gent. 

'77+- 
Haslast, John, beer brewer, s. of George 

Haslast. 1552. 
Hasnoth, Thomas, weaver, s. of Samuel 

Hasnoth, cordwainer. 1647. 
Hatch, Thomas, goldsmith, s. of Mr. 

John Hatch, goldsmith. 1709. 
Hatch, John, of Harbledown, gent. 1761. 
Hawke, John, miller, s. of Richard Hawke, 

victualler. 1658. 
Hawker, Jonathan, cordwainer, s. of 

Jonathan Hawker, cordwainer. 1 704. 
Hawker, Enoch, pattenwoodmaker, s. of 

Jonathan Hawker, cordwainer. 1708. 
Hawker, Alexander, cordwainer, s. of 

Jonatlian Hawker, cordwainer. 1710. 
Hawker, Joseph, silk weaver, s. of John 

Hawker, cordwainer. 1741. 
Hawker, John, tailor. 1773. 
Hawker, Joseph, cordwainer. 1774. 
Hawkes, John, hackneyman, s.of Edmond 

Hawkes, hackneyman. 1607. 
Hawkes, Thomas, saddler, s. of Thomas 

Hawkes, apothecary. 1625. 
Hawkes, John, yeoman, s. of Robert 

Hawkes, grocer. 1627. 
Hawks, Isaac, silkweaver, s. of John 

Hawks, victualler. 1693. 
Hawkes, John, barber, s. of Isaac 

Hawkes, victualler. 1718. 
Hawkins, George, cordwainer. 1789. 
Hawte, Richard, Esquire, s. of William 

Hawte, late of Bishopsbourne, Es- 
quire. 1475. 
Hayffidd, Stephen, carpenter, s.of Henry 

Hayfl'old, carpenter. 1576. 
Haynian, Robert, labourer, s. of Robert 

Hayman, watchmaker. 1722. 



Hayne, John, haberdasher, s. of Francis 

Hayne, needlemaker. 1631. 
Hayward, Isaac, butcher, s. of Thomas 

Hayward, shoemaker. 1642. 
Hayward, John, victualler, s of Richard 

Hayward, victualler. 1745- 
Hayward, Edward, surgeon, s. of Edward 

Hayward, apothecary. 1752. 
Hayward, John, of Ash n. Sandwich, 

surgeon. 1761. 
Hayward, James, perukemaker. 1767. 
Hayward, George, of Elham, baker. 1784. 
Hayward, Richard, of Whitstable, rope- 
maker. 1784. 
Hayward, John, of Dover, butcher. 1789. 
Hay ward, ThomasFrancis, gardener. 1795. 
Hayward, John, gardener. 1796. See 

Heyward. 
Hearne, Thomas, victualler, s. of John 

Hearne, smith. 1695. 
Hearne, Henry, .silkweaver, s. of John 

Hearne. blacksmith. 1703. 
Hearne, Abraham, blacksmith, s. of John 

Hearne, cordwainer. 1722. 
Hearne, Henry, of Ickham, carpenter, s. 

of Henry Hearne, of Cant., silk 

weaver. 1727. 
Hearne, John, dyer, s. of [blank] Hearne, 

bricklayer. 1727. 
Hearne, John, husbandman, s. of John 

Hearne. 1727. 
Hearn, Abraham, the younger, labourer. 

'753- 
Hearne, Henty, silkweaver. 1760. 
Hegyn, Matthew, waxchandler, s. of 

Thomas Hegyn. 1431. 
Hegyn, William, grocer, s. of Matthew 

Hegyn, waxchandler. 1475. 
Henden, Nicholas, s. of Edward Henden, 

currier. 1576. 
Herde, Walter, baker, s. of John Herde, 

baker. 1590. 
Hewett, John, mercer, s. of John Hewys, 

(sic). 1479. 
Hewet, William, taverner, s. of William 

Hewys, (sic) currier. 1480. 
Huet, John,mercer, s.of John Huet. 1517. 
Heyward, John, s. of John Heyward, 

webbe. 1400. See Hayward. 
Hills, John, apothecar}', s. of Avery Hills, 

now Mayor. 1O65. 
Hills, Hercules, baker, s. of Hercules 

Hills, baker. 1724. 
Hills, John, baker, s. of Hercules Hills, 

baker. 1733. 
Hills, Richard, baker, s. of Hercules 

Hills, baker. 1740. 



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46 



Hills. William, baker, s. of Hercules 

Hills, baker. 1750. 
Hills, William, the younger, of Lomlon, 

gent. 1778. 
Hobbs, John, linnendraper, s. of John 

Hobbs, linnendraper. 1733- 
Hobbs, James, tailor, s. of John Hobbs, 

liiinendraper. 1739- 
Hobbs, Samuel, watchmaker, s. of John 

Hobbs, linnendraper. 17+3. 
Hobbs, Edward, schoolmaster. 1760. 
Hobday, John, merchant, s. of John 

Hobday, woollendraper. 1700. 
Hobday, Hills, woollendraper, s. of John 

Hobday, woollendraper. 1708. 
Hobday, Stephen, clerk, s. of John Hob- 
day, woollendraper. 1710. 
Hobday, William, carpenter. 1795. 
Hobday, Benjamin, the younger, of 

Whitstable, yeoman. 1796. 
Hobday, Ellis, of Whitstable, carpenter. 

1796. 
Hobday, William, plumber and glazier. 

1796. 
Hogman, Matthew, of Chislet, liusband- 

man, s. of James Hogman, of Cant., 

thatcher. 1741. 
I lolland, Matthew, cordwainer, s. of John 

Holland, cordwainer. 1639. 
Hollingberry, |ohn, tallowchandlcr, s. of 

Thomas Hollingberry. gent. 1748. 
Hollingbery, Henry, of Wingham, sur- 
geon. 1 76 1. 
Hollingbery, Thomas, Junior, of Ash n. 

Sandwich, yeoman. 1761. 
Holmes, Bartholomew, gent., s. of John 

Holmes, maltster. 1741. 
Holmes. John, cooper, s. of John Holmes, 

maltster. 1741. 
Holmes, Thomas, barber and peruke- 
maker, s. of John Holmes, victualler. 

'744- , , 

Holmes, William, of Thanington, lilack- 

smith, s. of John Holmes, of Cant., 

victualler. 1747- 
Holmes, Joseph, of London, cordwainer. 

1761. 
Holmes, Bartholomew, labourer. 1789. 
Holness, John, carpenter, s. of Peter 

Holness, of Harbledown, carpenter. 

1722. 
Holness, Robert, tailor, s. of Andrew 

Holness, carpenter. 1722. 
Holness, Robert, theyounger, tailor. 1753. 
Homersham, John, of Holy Cross, Cant., 

husbandman, s. of John Homersham, 

of Cant., carpenter. 1722. 



Homersham, William, of Harbledown, 
carpenter, s. of John Homersham, 
of Cant., carpenter. 172;. 

Homersham, Edward, of Faversham, 
tailor, s. of John Homersham, of 
Harbledown, carpenter. 1727. 

Homersham, Thomas, of London, tallow- 
chandler. 1760. 

Homersham, Charles, Junior, carpenter. 
1761. 

Homersham, James, carpenter. 1767. 

Homersham, Charles, of Dover, plumber. 
1790. 

Homersham, Henry, p.iinter. 1790. 

tlomersham, Strangewidge, plumber and 
glazier. 1795. 

Homersham, William, tanner. 1800. 

Hommee, Samuel, labourer, s. of Samuel 
Hommee, silkweaver. 1741. 

Hook, George, of Dover, tailor. 1790. 

Hooker, John, woolcomber. 1792. 

Horn, George, tailor. 1800. 

Horneby, Thomas, saddler, s. of Jolin 
Horneby. 161 3. 

Hornebey, Robert, glazier, s. of Jnjm 
Hornebey, saddler. 1629. 

Hornsby, Richard, cordwainer, s. of 
Richard Hornsby, glazier. 1681. 

Hornsby, Robert, s. of Robert Hornsby. 
1700. 

Horsely, John, of Nonington, cordwainer. 
s. of John Horsely, of Cant., tanner. 
1722. 

Horscl)', John, labourer, s. of John 
Horsely, late of Nonington, cord- 
wainer, and freeman of Cant. 1747. 

Horsely, John, of London, labourer. 1754. 

Horton, Sampson, of Sandwich, husband- 
man, s. of John Horton, of Stelling, 
yeoman. >734. 

Hoskins, James, currier, s. of Daniel 
Hoskins, currier. 1705. 

Hoskins, Daniel, of Lyminge, labourer, s. 
of William Hoskins, of Cant., currier. 
1722. 

Ilothe, William, s. of ThomasIIothe. 1416. 

Howell, Samuel, s. of John Howell. 1 6 1 6. 

Howell, Henry, weaver, s. of John 
Howell, weaver. 1622. 

Howell, Zaccheus, weaver, s. of John 
Howell, weaver. 1622. 

Howell, Thomas, weaver, s. of John 
Howell, weaver. 1626. 

Howell, John, weaver, s. of Henry How- 
ell. 1676. 

Howtyg, James, carpenter, s. of Stephen 
Howtyg, Este clothemaker. 1489- 



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48 



Hubberd, John, carpenter, s. of Abel 

Hijbberd, clothworker. 1707. 
Hudson, Robert, cordwainer, s. of Robert 

Huilson, carpenter. 1720. 
Hudson, James, labourer. -1767. 
?ludson, Richard, of Dover, baker. 1 767. 
Hudson, Thomas, carpenter. 1767. 
Hudson, Thomas Hougham, labourer. 

1767. 
Hudson. Hougham, of St. Peter in 

Thanet, labourer. 1790. 
Hudson, Jesse, of Margate, cordwainer. 

1790. 
Hudson, Robert, of Chatham, mariner. 

1790. 
Hudson, Thomas Henry, baker. 1795. 
Hudson, James, of London, bricklayer. 

1796. 
Hudson, John, carpenter. 1796. 
Hues, Robert, cordwainer, s. of William 

Hues, cordwainer. 1631. 
Hunt, Nicholas, fletcher, s. of John 

Hunt. 1501. 
Hunt, Paul, grocer, s. of William Hunt. 

1563- 
Huntt, Nicholas, grocer, s. of \\ illiam 

Huntt. 1570. 
Hunt, John, gent., s. of William Hunt, 

musician. 1612. 
Hunt, Richard, tailor, s. of John Hunt, 

Alderman. 1640. 
Hunt, Ralph, vintner, s. of John Hunt, 

Alderman. 1644. 
Hunt, Stephen, gent., s. of Nicholas Hunt, 

gunsmith. 1700. 
Hunt, William, apothecary, s. of William 

Hunt, victualler. 1714. 
Hunt, George, barber, s. of William 

Hunt, victualler. 1727. 
Hunt, Newton, of London, upholster, s. 

ofjohii Hunt, of Cant, mercer. 1741. 
Hutt, James, vintner, s. of James Hutt, 

17 ID. 

Hutt, James, the younger, carpenter. 1774. 
Hutt, Henry, sawyer. 1784. 
Hybon, William, potter. 1790. 
Hyder, Henry, hempdresser, s. of John 

Hyder, hempdresser. 1700. 
Irons, James, butcher. 1797. 
Iverson, James, baker. 1761. 
Ives, John, servant. 1789. 
Jacob, Kdward, vintner, s. of Edward 

Jacob, vintner. 1702. 
Jacob, Edward, barber, s. of I^dward 

Jacob, innholder. 1728. 
Jagger, William, the younger, of London, 

gent. 1760. 
Jagger, John, plumber. 1761. 



Jagger, Henry, carpenter. 1768. 

Jager, John, silversmith. 1777. 

Jamys, Stephen, mercer, s. of John Jamys. 
1548. 

Jancocke, John, Junior, cordwainer, s. of 
John jancocke, the elder, cordwainer. 
1694. 

Jancock, Richard, labourer, s. of Barthol- 
omew Jancock, woolcomber. 17+7. 

Jarman, Tiiomas, of Sandwich, maltsier, 
s. of John Jarman, of Cant., tailor. 
1 710. 

Jarman, John, of Sittingbourne, hatter, s. 
of Philip Jarman, of Cant., tanner. 
1733- 

Jarman, Philip, the younger, gardener. 
1767. 

Jarman, William, brazier. 1767. 

Jarman, Thomas, the younger, of Sand- 
wich, staymaker. 1768. 

Jarman, Thomas, of Chartham, labourer. 

>77+- 
Jarman, Stephen, blacksmith. 1780. 
Jeddery, Solomon, of London, ironmon- 
ger. 1 761. 
Jeffrey, George, s. of George Jefi'rey, 

tailor. 1584. 
Jenkin, John, of Shoerness, gent., s. of 

Richard Jenkin, of Cant., grocer and 

tallowchandler. 1741. 
Jenkins, 'I'homas, tallowchandler, s. of 

Richard Jenkins, tallowchandler. 

1749- 
Jennings, George, silkweaver,s. of George 

Jennings, grocer. j688. 
Jennins, Thomas, joiner, s. of Tiiomas 

Jennins, joiner. 171 j. 
Jenings, George, silkweaver, s. of George 

Jenings, silkweaver. 1722. 
Jennings, George, bricklayer, s. of George 

Jennings, victualler. 1747. 
Jennings, John, silkweaver, s. of George 

Jennings, silkweaver. 1748. 
Jennings, George, the younger, of Dover, 

plumber. 1774. 
Jennings, Thomr.s, of Dover, mariner. 

'77')- 

Johncocke, John, cordwainer, s. of Bar- 
tholomew Joiincocke, tailor. 1646. 

Johncock, ]5artholomew, woolcomber, s. 
of John Johncock, cordwainer. 1704. 

Johncock, William, labourer, s. of John 
Johncock, silkweaver. 1727. 

Johncock, John, woolcomber, s. of Bar- 
tholomew Johncock, woolcomber. 

1733- 
Johncock, \\"illiam. Junior, of London, 
gardener. 1761. 



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Johncock, John, labourer. 1767. 
Johncock, Richard, mariner. 1768. 
Johncock, Charles, gardener. 1774. 
Johncock, Charles, the younger. East 

Kent Militia. 1796. 
Johnson, John, painter, s. of William 

Johnson. 1552. 
Johnson, John, s. of John Johnson, 

painter. 1583. 
Johnson, William, s. of John [ohnson, 

paniter. 1583. 
Johnson, Peter, tailor, s. of Esdras fohn- 

son, stationer. 1618. 
Johnson, Edwartl, joiner, s. of William 

Johnson, joiner. 1623. 
Johnson, Peter, cordwainer, s. of Nicho- 
las Johnson, bookseller. 1653. 
Johnson, George, merchant, s. of Edward 

Johnson, joiner. 1655. 
Johnson, Nicholas, cordwainer, s. of 

Nicholas Johnson, bookseller. 1672. 
Johnson, Edward, of Maidstone, cutler, 

s. of Nicholas Johnson, of Cant., 

bookseller. 1715. 
Johnson, Thomas, baker, s. of Andrew 

Johnson, baker. lyig. 
Johnson, John, grocer, s. of Andrew 

Johnson, baker. 1720. 
Johnson, David, baker, s. of Andrew 

Johnson, baker. 1727. 
Johnson, Samuel, baker, s. of Andrew 

Johnson, baker. 1727. 
Johnson, Thomas, millener, s. of Samuel 

Johnson, millener. 1740. 
Johnson, Samuel, gent., s. of Samuel 

Johnson, gent. 1741. 
Johnson, Andrew, gent. 1760. 
Johnson, John, tallowchandler. 1760. 
Johnson, Samuel, baker. 1768. 
Johnson, Samuel, of the Precincts, Cant., 

linnendraper. 1768. 
Jolly, Edward, mariner, s. of Thomas 

Jolly, innholder. 1708. 
Jolley, William, of Folkestone, maltster, 

s. of Thomas Jolley, of Cant., vic- 
tualler. 1708. 
Jolley, Benjamin, of Sandwich, joiner, s. 

of Thomas Jolley, of Cant., maltster. 

1714. 

Jolley, Francis, victualler, s. of Thomas 

Jolley, victualler. 17 14. 
Jolley, John, labourer, s. of Thomas 

Jolley, labourer. 1727. 
Jolley, Joseph, maltster, s. of Thomas 

Jolley, maltster. 1727. 
Jolly, John, carpenter, s. of Thomas 
/ Jolly, maltster. 1734. 



Jolly, Thomas, labourer, s. of Thomas 

Jolly, maltster. 1734. 
Jolly, Francis, baker, s. of Francis Jolly, 

baker. 1746. 
jolley, Benjamin, baker. 1753. 
Jolley, John, silkweaver. 1761. 
Jolley, Thomas, husbandman. 1764. 
Jolley. Benjamin, tanner. 1767. 
Jolley, Stephen, labourer. 1779. 
Jolly, John, clothier. 17 So. 
Jolley, Thomas, labourer. 1789. 
Jones, Thomas, s. of Lewis Jones, baker. 

1584. 
Jones, John, cordwainer, s. of Ralph 

Jones, joiner. '633. 
Jones, William, cordwainer, s. of Ralph 

Jones, joiner. 1640. 
Jones, William, cordwainer, s. of William 

Jones, cordwainer. 1681. 
Jorden, William, weaver, s. of John 

Jorden, tailor. 1624. 
Jorden, John, cordwainer, s. of Henry 

Jorden, tailor. 1630. 
Joyce, John, butcher, s. of Edmund Joyce, 

1650. 
Jull, Richard, of Bishopsbourne, yeoman, 

s. of John Jull, of Cant., labourer. 1734. 
Jull, Thomas, husbandman, s. of John 

Jull, husbandman. 1741. 
Justice, William, glover, s. of Edward 

Justice, plumber. 1714. 
Justice, Charles, cordwainer, s. of Edward 

Justice, plumber. 1722. 
Justice, John, tailor, s. of Edward Justice, 

plumber. 1722. 
Karby, James, of Thanet, cordwainer. 

1754- 

Karby, William, of River, papermaker. 
1754. Sue Kerby. 

Kelly, Benjamin, gent. 1790. 

Kendall, William, tailor. 1789. 

Kendall, John, labourer. 1795. 

Kene, RIelchisedeck, glazier, s. of Tho- 
mas Kene, glazier. 1584. 

Kennard, Edw-ard, tailor, s. of Hamon 
Keunard, shoemaker. 1571. 

Kennard, Hamon, shoemaker, s. of Hamon 
Kennard. 1576. 

Kennard, Sampson, joiner, s. of Hamon 
Kennard, shoemaker. 1583. 

Kennard, Sampson, clerk, s. of Sampson 
Kennard. 1614. 

Kennard, John, joiner, s. of Sampson 
Kennard, joiner. 1628. 

Kennet, Thomas, turner, s. of John Ken- 
net, grocer. 1634. 

Kennet, Bartholomew, cordwainer, s. ol 
John Kennet, grocer. 1654. 



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52 



Kennet, Robert, tailor, s. of John Ken- 
net, grocer. 1655. 
Kenton, William, shoemaker, s. of Rich- 
ard Kenton, weaver. 1521. 
Kerb)', James, silkweaver, s. of John 

Kerijy, cordwainer. 1687. 
Kerby, fohn, silkweaver, s. of James 

Kerby. 171+. 
Kerby, Samuel, of London, silkweaver, s. 

of James Kerby. of Cant,, silkweaver. 

1715. Set Karby. 
Kevell, John, musician, s. of John Kevell, 

tailor. 1567. 
Kidder, George, barber, s. of Thomas 

Kidder. 1702. 
Kidder, Edward, barber, s. of George 

Kidder, barber. 1723. 
Kidder, George, cook, s. of George 

Kidder, barber. 1734- 
Kidder, John, of London, clothier. 1 753. 
Kidder, Thomas, cabinetmaker. 1765. 
Kidder, John, cook. 1768. 
Kidder. Edward Francis, writing master. 

'774- 
King (Kyng), Thomas, butcher, s. of 

Thomas King, butcher. 1597. 
Kinge, William, glazier, s. of Melchisedeck 

Kinge, glazier. 1606. 
Kinge, William, silkweaver, s. of William 

Kinge, smith. 1695. 
King, William, of London, silkweaver, s. 

of William King, of Cant., silkweaver. 

1727. 
Kingsford, John, millener, s. of Thomas 

Kingsford. 1658. 
Kingsford, John, millener, s. of John 

Kingsford, millener. 1681. 
Kingsford, Samuel, gent., s. of John 

Kingsford, millener. 1695. 
Kingsford, William, gent., s. of John 

Kingsford, millener. 1695. 
Kingsnode, John, victualler, s. of John 

Kingsnode, locksmith. 1671. 
Kirke, John, silkweaver. s. of John Kirke, 

grocer. 1722. 
Kitham, William, gardener, s. of William 

Kitham, tailor. 1708. 
Knell, James, cordwainer, s. of John 

Knell, cordwainer. 1705. 
Knell, John, silkweaver, s. of James 

Knell, silkweaver. 1741. 
Knell, James, cordwainer, s. of James 

Knell, silkweaver. 1753. 
Knell, Thomas, silkweaver. 1768. 
Knell, John, the younger, woolcomber. 

»774- 
Knell, James, silkweaver. 1776- 
Knell, William, silkweaver. 1785. 



Knell, Charles, of London, silkweaver. 

'789- 
Knewstubb, John, blacksmith. 17O0. 
Knight, lohn, yeoman, s. of William 

Knight, maltster. 1634. 
Knock, Thomas, s. of Thomas Knock, 

glover. 1 61 2. 
Knocke, Daniel, glover, s. of Thomas 

Knocke, glover. 1641. 
Knock, John, glover, s. of Thomas 

Knock, glover. 1653. 
Knock, Robert, glover, s. of Thomas 

Knock, glover. 1653. 
Knowler, Gregory, gent., s. of Thomas 

Knowler, Alderman. 1700. 
Laas, Robert, chaloner, s. of John Laas, 

tailor. 1452. 
Ladd, John, grocer, s. of John Ladd, 

grocer. 1681. 
Lade, Nathaniel, woollendraper, s. of Mr. 

John Lade, Alderman. 1648. 
Lake, John, maltster, s. of James Lake, 

baker. 1704. 
Lambart, John, cordwainer, s. of Giles 

Lambart, joiner. 1636. 
Lambert, Jacob, staymaker. 1754- 
Lambirdenne, John, s. of William Lam- 

byrdenne. 1425. 
Lambsyn, Thomas, chandler, s. of John 

Lambsyn. H^J- 
Lamsyn, William, grocer, s. of Thomas 

Lamsyn, grocer. 147^- 
Laming, Thomas, the younger, silkweaver. 

1754- 
Laming, Roger, husbandman. 17^5. 
Laming, Thomas, of Ringwoukl, labourer. 

1789. 
Laming, William, silkweaver. 1789. 
Laming, Thomas, the younger, butcher. 

1790. 
Lampard, John, glover, s. of !\Litthew 

Lampard, cordwainer. 1727 
Lampard, Matthew, cordwainer, s. of 

Matthew Lampard, cordwainer. 1727. 
Lampard, William, cordwainer, s. of 

Matthew Lampard, cordwainer. 1727. 
Lampard, Thomas, of Hoath, cordwainer. 

s. of Matthew Lampard, of Cant., 

cordwainer. 1733- 
Lampard, Joseph, of London, cordwainer, 

s. of "Matthew Lampard. of Cant., 

cordwainer. 1741- 
Lampard, William, of HoUingbourne, 

breeches-maker, s. of John Lampard, 

of Cant., glover. 1753- 
Lampard, John, of Woolwich, vintner. 

1761. 



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54 



Lampard, Thomas, of Shorne, yeoman. 

1761. 
Landman, John, feltmaker, s. of Henry 

Landman. i68o. 
Landman, William, of Sheerness, carpen- 
ter, s. of Thomas Landman, of Cant., 

carpenter. 1722. 
Landman, Thomas, carpenter, s. of 

Edward Landman, carpenter. 1734. 
Lane, Thomas, thread twister, s. of Tho- 
mas Lane. 1704. 
Lane, John, gent., s. cif Thomas Lane, 

threadtwister. 1706. 
Lane, John, labourer, s. of fohn Lane, 

labourer. 1734. 
Lane, John, of London, gent., s. of 

Thomas Lan(-, of Cant., gent. 1741. 
Lane, Richard, of London, tallowchandler. 

s. of Richard Lane, of Cant., barber. 

1 74 1. 
Lane, Thomas, of London, gent., s. of 

Thomas Lane, of Cant., gent. 1741. 
Lane, Thomas, of London, baker, s. of 

John Lane, of Cant., maltster. 1741. 
Lane, William, of Dover, baker, s. of 

John Lane, of Cant., hop-planter. 

1741. 
Lane, William, perukemaker, s. of Richard 

Lane, perukemaker. 1751 
Lane, John, the younger, cordwainer. 

17.H- 
Lane, George, gent. 1760. 
Langfeild, Nicholas, carpenter, s. of 

George Langfeild, hempdresser. 

1644. 
Langfield, George, hempdresser, s. of 

George Langfield. 1646. 
Lankefield, George, hempdresser, s. of 

Nicholas Lankefield, oatmealmaker. 

1608. 
Latter, George, of London, cordwainer. 

'7.54- 
Latter, John, tailor. 1754. 
Latter, William, of Deal, perukemaker. 

1761. 
Laurence, John, baker, s. of William 

Laurence, bricklayer. 1690. 
Lawrence, Robert, of Rochester, plumber, 

s. of Robert Lawrence of Cant.. 

limeburner. 17 10. 
Laybourne, Thomas, gent., s. of Roger 

Laybourne. 1484. 
Lea, Stephen, woolcomber, s. of Henry 

Lea. 1688. Sef Lee. 
Le Cerf, James, of London, cabinet 

maker. 'T^?- 

Le Cerf, John, of London, cabinet maker. 

1767. 



Le Cerf, Charles, joiner. 1768. 
Le Cerf, otherwise Hart, Henry, of Chat- 
ham, joiner. 1784. 
Ledger, Stephen, blacksmith, s. of Step- 
hen Ledger, tailor. 1741. 
Ledger, John, smith, s. of Stephen Led- 
ger, tailor. 1745. 
Ledger, John, cordwainer, s. of John 

Ledger, cordwainer. 1751. 
Ledger, Henry, labourer. 1753. 
Ledger, John, Junior, of Sandwich, 

blacksmith. 1768. 
Ledger, Charles, labourer. 1774. 
Lee, Thomas, fellmonger, s. of John Lee, 

fellmonger. 1638. 
Lee, Zacharia, haberdasher, s. of John 

Lee. 1 640. St-e Lea. 
Leedes, Noah, s. of Christopher Leedes, 

Alderman. 1578. 
Leedes, Stephen, tailor, s. of William 

Leedes, baker. 1640. 
Leeds, John, glazier, s. of Noah Leeds, 

tailor. 1647. 
Lefroy, Samuel, dyer, s. of James Lefroy, 

dyer. 1695. 
Leggat, Josia, upholster, s. of James 

Leggat, upholster. 1734. 
Leggett, Thomas, cordwainer, s. of James 

Leggett, upholster. 1741. 
Le Grand, Peter, Junior, gent. 1761. 
Le Grand, George Wren, of Hampstead, 

.Aliddlese.x, brewer. 1790. 
Le Grand, Edwin, surgeon. 1794. 
Le Grand, John, of St. Augustine's Mon- 
astery, surgeon. 1794. 
Le Grand, William, gent. 1794. 
Lellesden, Edward, baker, s. of John 

Lellesden, baker. 1741. 
Lellesden, Thomas, baker, s. of John 

Lellesden, baker. 1741. 
Lellesden, Samuel, cordwainer. 1789. 
Leman, James, of Sandwich, grocer. 1784. 
Lepine, Daniel, the younger, of London, 

silkweaver. 1760. 
Lepine, James, silkweaver. i 760. 
Lepine, William, silkweaver. 1760. 
Lepine, John, of London, frame work 

knitter. t76i. 
Lepine, Charles, silkweaver. 1765. 
Lepine, Benjamin, silkweaver. 1774. 
Lepine, William, tailor and draper. 1787. 
Lepine, Daniel, cordwainer. 1789. 
Lepine, Thomas Finch, of Maidstone, 

cordwainer. 1789. 
Lepine, Charles, the younger, cabinet- 
maker. 1792. 
Lepine, Samuel, of Bishopsbourne, yeo- 
man. 1795. 



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56 



Lepine, George, of Bishopsbourne, yeo- 
man. 1796. 

Levitte, Edward, s. of Peter Levitte, 
brazier. 1610. 

Leuitt, William, brazier, s. of Peter 
Leuitt, 1622. 

Levyns, William, gent., s. of Thomas 
Levyns. i486. 

Levyns, Christopher, gent., s. of Chris- 
topher Levyns, gent. 1555. 

Lewin, Thomas, of Waldershare, gardener. 
1780. 

Lewin, John, gardener. 1789. 

Lewin, Philip, gardener. 1789. 

Lewis (Lewes), Robert, grocer, s. of John 
Lewes. 1507. 

Lewys, George, grocer, s. of Robert 
Lewys, Alderman. 1536. 

Lewys, Philip, s. of Robert Lewys, Alder- 
man. 1540. 

Lewys, Christopher, tailor, s. of Robert 
LewTS, Alderman. 1555- 

Lewes, William, tailor, s. of Philip Lewes, 
haberdasher. 1593. 

Lewes, Christopher, s. of Thomas Lewes, 
hackneyman. 1602. 

Lewis, William, silkweaver, s. of Henry 
Lewis, silkweaver. 17 14. 

Lewis, lohn, of London, silkweaver, s. of 
Henry Lewis, of Cant., silkweaver. 

.'7IS-' 
Lewis, William, silkweaver, s. ol Henry 

Lewis, silkweaver. 1722. 
Lewis, George, of London, .silkweaver, 

s. of Henry William Lewis, of Cant., 

silkweaver. 1741. 
Lewis, William, of Fordwich, cordwainer, 

s. of William Lewis, of Cant., silk- 
weaver. 1 74 1. 
Lewis, William, the younger, cordwainer. 

1789. 
Lewkenor, John, haberdasher, s. of 

James Lewkenor, haberda.sher. 1 645 . 
Lineall, Thomas, joiner, s. of Francis 

Lineall, musician. 1671. 
Lineal, William, barber and periwigniak- 

er, s. of Thomas Lineal, Alderman. 

_i7^S- 

Loftie, Thomas, apothecary, s. of Tho- 
mas Loftie, gent. 1738. 

Loftie, John Skeer, of New Romney, 
grazier. 1784. 

Longe, Thomas, draper, s. of Richard 
Longe. 1569. 

Longe, Thomas, tailor, s. of Abraham 
Longe, tailor. 1617. 

Long, William Nethersole, Esquire, gent. 
>79S- 



Longbridge, Thomas, smith. 17S9. 

Longley, Thomas, butcher, s. of Thomas 
Longley, butcher. 1740. 

Longley, the Rev. Benjamin, of Bishops- 
bourne, clerk, s. of Thomas Longley, 
of Cant., butcher. 1747- 

Longley, John, of London, apothecary. 

1753- 
Longley, Edward, of London, linnendra- 

per. 1760. 
Looke, Thomas, joiner, s. of William 

Looke, joiner. 1704. 
Look, William, framework knitter, s. of 

Thomas Look, joiner. 1741. 
Lovelace, William, Knight, s. of William 

Lovelace, Serjeant at Law. 161 2. 
Lovelace, Goldwell, gent., s. of Francis 

Lovelace, Esquire, Recorder of Cant. 

1661. ' -^ 

Lowes, James, hackneyman, s. of Thomas 

Lowes, hackneyman. i6oi. 
Loy, William, s. of J ohn Loy, mason. 1425 . 
Lucas, lohn, cordwainer, s. of John 

Lucas, cordwainer. 1705. 
Lucas, William, of Hackington, husband- 
man, s. of John Lucas, cordwainer. 

1708. 
Lucas, Henr}', cordwainer, s. of John 

Lucas, carpenter. 1744. 
Lucas, William, cordwainer, s. of Samuel 

Lucas, cordwainer. 1753. 
Lucas, William, breechesmaker. 1774- 
Lucas, William, of Chislet, labourer. 1789. 
Lucas, John, of Dartford, cordwainer. 

1791. 
Luck, Samuel, upholder, s. ot John Luck, 

mercer. 1740. 
Ludd, Robert, glazier, s. of Randolph 

Ludd, glazier. 1617. 
Ludd, Thomas, glazier, s. of Randolph 

Ludd, glazier. 161 7. 
Ludd, Randolph, glazier, s.of Mr.ThOmas 

Ludd, glazier. 1649. 
Ludd, John, cutler, s. of Randolph Ludd, 

glazier. 1685. 
Ludd, John, of London, gent., s. of John 

Ludd, of Cant., ironmonger. 1715. 
Lukyn, John, w.i.xcliandler, s. of Richard 

Lukyn. 1508. 
Lunn, Thomas, surgeon, s. of John Lunii, 

surgeon. 1661. 
Lyghtfote, Thomas, s. of Thomas Lyght- 

fote, victualler. 1613. 
Lyndsey, Thomas, corvesir, s. of Thomas 

Lyndsey. 1491. 
Lynsted, Francis, mason, s. of Robert 

Lynsted. 1 544. 



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58 



Lyon, Andrew, baker, s. of William Lyon, 
of Elham, baker. 1407. 

Lyon, Thomas, s. of John Lvon. 1416. 

Lyon, John, s. n{ Thomas Lyon. 144-9- 

Lyon, Thomas, blacksmith, s. of William 
Lyon, smith. 1601. 

Malpus, John, butcher, s. of John 
Malpus, victualler. 1722. 

Maney, Thomas, grocer, s. of Thomas 
Maney, grocer. 1679. 

Maplisden, Edmund, cordwainer, s. of 
Francis Maplisden, Alderman. 1670. 

Maplesden, George, tailor, s. of Edmund 
Maplisden, cordwainer. 1701. 

Marable, Thomas, silkweaver, s. of 1 homas 
Marable, silkweaver. 1704. 

Marable, John, bricklayer, s. of Valentine 
Marable, bricklayer. 1722. 

Marable, Thomas, bricklayer, s. of Valen- 
tine Maraljle, bricklayer. 1726. 

Marable, V, dentine, bricklayer, s. of 
Valentine Marable, bricklayer. 1727. 

Marable, George, carpenter, s. of Valen- 
tine Marable, bricklayer. 1734. 

Marrable, Valentine, of London, silk- 
weaver. 1760. 

Marrable, John, of London, labourer. 1789. 

Marrable, Valentine, the younger, of 
Faversham, dredger. J 790. 

Marley, Richard, of VVestgatestreet, 
Cant., tanner, s. of John Marley. 
tanner. 1514- 

Marlier, William, silkweaver. 17(10. 

Marlier, Enoch, of Sittingbonrne, brick- 
layer. 1761. 

Marseille, Edward, pattenmaker, s. of 
James Marseille, pattenmaker. 1741. 

Marseille, Thomas, gardener. 1782. 

Marseille, John, of London, boDkbinder. 
1796. 

Marsh, Henry, surgeon. 1789. 

Marchal, Robert, s. of Robert RLarchal. 
1400. 

Marshall, William, pewterer, s. of Thomas 
Marshall, pewterer. 1628. 

Marten, William, s. of Robert Marten, 
wa.xchandler. 1509 

Martyn, Thom:is, waxchandler, s. of 
William Martyn. 1550. 

Martin, George, the younger, of Whit- 
stable, labourer. 1767. 

Martin, John, silkweaver. 1767- 

Martin, Stephen, of Elmestone, black- 
smith. 1780. 

Martin, Daniel, labourer. 1789. 

Martin, William, cordwainer. 1789. 

Martin, John, the younger, woolcomber. 
179Z. 



Martin, George, the younger, of Long- 
port, gardener. 1796. 

Martin, John, of St. Dunstan's, Kent, 
gardener. 1800. 

Mason, William, spicer, s. of a freeman. 
1417. 

Masterson, Jeremy, grocer, s. of Daniel 
Masterson, Alderman and grocer. 
1640. 

Masterson, John, s. of Jeremiah Master- 
son. 1683. 

Matson, Obadiah, labourer, s. of Thomas 
Matson, cordwainer. 1733. 

Matson, Thomas, of Ashford, baker, s. 
of Thomas Matson, of Cant., hop- 
planter. 1747. 

Matson, William, of London, upholster, 
s. of Thomas Matson, of Cant., hop- 
planter. 1747. 

Matson. Charles, upholder. 1780. 

Matson, William, the younger, of Deal, 
baker. 1780. 

Matson, John, tailor. 1789. 

Mathewe, Stephen, pavior, s. of Robert 
Mathewe. 1569. 

Matthews, Edward, glover, s. of Stephen 
Matthews, pavior. 1714. 

Mathews, Hawker Giles, of Faversham, 
dredger. 1789. 

Mathews, Silver, of Margate, mariner. 
1790. 

Mathews, John, the younger, of Dover, 
surveyor. 1796. 

Mawhen, Thomas, grocer, s. of Clement 
Mawhen, grocer. 1634. 

iVIay, James, yeoman, s. of Thomas May. 

1595- 
May, Richard, ihe younger, gent., s. of 

Richard May, Alderman. 1670. 
May, George, tailor, s. of George May, 

tailor. 1679. 
May, John, tailor, s. of George May. 1681. 
May, George, tailor, s. of John May, 

tailor. 1704. 
INfay, John, tobaccopipemaker, s. of 

John May, tailor. 1704. 
Mayhew, Thomas, shoemaker, s. of Roger 

Mayhew. 1565. 
Mayne, John, s. of Thomas Mayne, 

member of the Court, by virtue of 

his fathers copie. 1660. 
Merryam, John, haberdasher of small 

wares, s. of John Merryam, Esquire. 

1632. 
Miell, William, of Lcindon, bricklayer, s. 

of William ]\Iiell, of Cant., brick- 
layer. 1727- 



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60 



Miles, William, bricklayer, s. of John 

Miles, bricklayer. 17 lo. 
Miles, Robert, bricklayer, s. of Henry 

Miles, bricklayer. 17.39. 
Milles, (Mylys), John, glover, s. of a 

freeman. i4+9- 
Milys, William, .scrivener, s. of Miles 

Denne (sic), barber. 1469- 
Myllys, James, yeoman, s. of Simon 

.Mylles. 1529. 
Milles, John, shearman, s. of John Mylles. 

'54+- 
Milles, Matthew, shearman, s. of John 

Mylles. 1544. 
Mylls, George, linnendraper, s. of George 

Mills, maltman. 1626. 
Milles, John, grocer, s. of Henry Milles, 

weaver. 1632. 
Milles, Thomas, weaver, s. of Henry 

Milles, weaver. 1641. 
Milles, John, weaver, s. of Henry IMilles, 

weaver. 1645. 
Milles, George, linnendraper, s. of George 

Milles, linnendraper. 1650. 
Milles, William, linnendraper, s. of George 

Milles, linnendraper. 1656. 
Milles, Joseph, gent., s. of William Milles, 

linnendraper. 1688. 
Milles, William, clerk, s. of William 

Milles, linnendraper. 1688. 
Millisent, Thomas, of London, painter, s. 

of Thomas Millisent, of Cant., 

glazier. 1726. 
Millisent, John, glazier, s. of Thomas 

Millisent, glazier. 1732. 
Millicent. Thomas, glazier. 1761. 
Millner, John, cordvvainer, s. of John 

Millner, shoemaker. 1632. 
Minter, James, whitesmith. 1792. 
Mitchelbourn, William, of Sheeriiess, 

victualler. 1760. 
Moate, John, cooper, s. of John Moate, 

cooper. 1705. 
Moate, Thomas, cooper, s. of John 

Moate, cooper. 1705. 
Moate, John, of Borden, carpenter, s. of 

Thomas Moate, of Cant., cooper. 

•7+7- 
Moate, William, cooper. 1754. 
Mockett, Valentine, of London, silk- 
weaver, s. of Richard Mockett of 

Cant., joiner. 1714- 
Mond, Walter, vvoolcomber, s. of Walter 

Mond, clothier. 1672. 
Mond, Walter, vintner, s. of Joseph 

Mond, woolcombcr. 1701. 
Mond, Joseph, of Sturry, carpenter, s. of 

Joseph Mond of Cant., woolcomber. 

">705- 



Monds, Isaac, gardener, s. of Isaac 

Monds, hop-planter. 1747. 
Monds, Thomas, victualler, s. of Isaac 

Monds, labourer. 1751. 
Moone, Israel, cordwainer, s. of Thomas 

Moone. 1659. 
Moone, John, cordwainer, s. of John 

Moone. 1727. 
Moore, George, gent., s. of George 

Moore, joiner. 1618. 
Moore, John, gent., s. of George Moore, 

Alderman. 1647. 
Moor, William, of Heme, cordwainer, s. 

of John Moor, of Cant., whitesmith. 

1741. 
Morgan, John, cordwainer, s. of John 

Morgan, cordwainer. 1642. 
Morgan, Edward, wooUendraper, s. of 

Edward Morgan, wooUendraper. 

1749- 
Morton, Isaac, wooUendraper, s. of John 

Morton. 1616. 
Moss, Robert, tailor. 1773. 
Moss, James, tailor. 1780. 
Mount, William, of Hackington, yeoman, 

s. of William Mount, of Cant., baker. 

1708. 
Mount, Richard, yeoman, s. of Peter 

Mount, carpenter. 1714. 
Mullington, John, tailor, s. of John 

Mullington, saddler. 1710. 
Mummery, James, bricklayer. 1796. 
Mummery, William, cordwainer. 1796. 
iMunday, William, siikweaver, s. of Thomas 

Munday, flaxdresser. 1733. 
Myhills, Henry, bricklayer, s. of Henry 

Myhills, bricklayer. 1734. 
Nassh, Hugh, waxchandler, s. of John 

Nassh. 1449. 
Nayer, Thomas, goldsmith, s. of William 

Nayer, goldsmith. 1714. 
Nayer, William, of London, linnendraper, 

s. of Wdliam Nayer, of Cant., gold- 
smith. 1722. 
Nayler, Robert, goldsmith, s. of John 

Nayler, Alderman. 1528. 
Neat, Richard, cordwainer, s. of William 

Neat, cnrdwainer. 1744. 
Neave, Thomas, cordwainer, s. of Nich- 
olas Neave. 1650. 
Nelson, Henry, clothworker, s. of Richard 

Nelson, shearman. 1597. 
Nelson, Richard, fellmonger, s. of Henry 

Nelson, kerseymaker. 1634. 
Nethersolle, Edward, gent., s. of James 

Nethersolle, Alderman. 1583. 
Newman, Ralph, blacksmith, s. of John 

Newman, blacksmitli. 1705. 



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62 



Newman, Ralph, labourer, s. of Ralph 

Newman, labourer. 1733- 
Newman, William, whitesmith. lyb/- 
Newton, Th(3mas, s. of William Newton, 

weaver. 1573. 
Nicholls (Nycolles), Adrian, girdler, s. of 

George Nycolles. 1570. 
Nycholls, Adrian, mercer, s. of Adridn 

Nycholls, Alderman. 1598. 
Nicholls. George, grocer, s. of Adrian 

Nicholls, mercer. 1632. 
Nicolls, Mark, of London, brirklayer, s. 

of Mark Nicolls, of Cant., bricklayer. 

1727. 
Nickals, Thomas, of London, upholster, 

s. of Daniel Nickals, of Cant., lin- 

nendraper. 1739. 
Nicholson (Nycolson), James, mercer, s. 

of John Nycolson, shoemaker. 1598. 
Nicholson, John, clothier, s. of James 

Nicholson, mercer. 1627. 
Nicholson, Peter, mercer, s. of James 

Nicholson, mercer. 1632. 
Nicolson, Stephen, mercer, s. of James 

Nicolson, Alderman. 1640. 
Nicholson, John, ribbon weaver, s of 

Stephen Nicholson, mercer. 1676. 
Nicholson, Henry, of Margate, tailor, s. 

of Thomas Nicholson, of Cant., 

hempdresser. 1727. 
Niewchurch, Arthur, mariner, s. of Edward 

Nievvchurch, yeoman. 161 1. 
Noble, Charles, culler, s. of Thomas 

Noble, cordwainer. 1733. 
Noble, Thomas, of Folkestone, mariner, 

s. of Thomas Noble, of Cant., cord- 
wainer. 1733. 
Noble, Thomas, cutler. 1767. 
Norman, John, draper, s. of Thomas 

Norman, brazier. 14+5. 
Norrington, Michael, baker, s. of Michael 

Norrington, baker. 1720. 
Norrington, Charles, cordwainer, s. of 

John Norrington, cordwainer. 1722. 
Norwood, Paul, joiner, s.of Paul Norwood, 

joiner. 1700. 
Norwood, Thomas, labourer, s. of Paul 

Norwood, joiner. 1710. 
Norwood, John, blacksmith, s. of Paul 

Norwood, joiner. 1727. 
Norwood, John, of Greenwich, mariner. 

1761. 
Nye, Robert, of Bekesbourne, husband- 
man, s. of Robert Nye, of Cant., 

gardener. 1727. 
Nye, Robert, the younger, joiner. 1760. 
Nye, Carter, of Maidstone, cabinetmaker. 

1796. 



Oakley, John, bricklayer, s. of John 

Oakley, bricklayer. 1691. 
Oakshott, Edward, tailor, s. of Edward 

Oakshott, cordwainer. 1714. 
Oakshott, Henry, labourer, s. of Edward 

Oakshott, cordwainer. 1714. 
Oakshott, Thomas, cordwainer, s. of 

Edward Oakshott, cordwainer. 1714. 
Oakshot, John, of Wandsworth, Surrey, 

labourer, s. of Edward Oakshot, of 

Cant , cordwainer. 1734. 
Oakshot, Edward, s. of Edward Oakshot. 

1740. 
Oakshott, Thomas, of Dover, cordwainer, 

s. of Henry Oakshott, of Cant., vic- 
tualler. I 741. 
Oakshot, John, of Dover, mariner, s. of 

Henry Oakshot, of Dover, victualler. 

' 74+-' 
Oakshott, William, of London, labourer. 

175+- 
Oakshott, James, of Chatham, surgeon. 

'7S+- 
Oat, Thomas, s. of Thomas Oat, carnifex. 

1426. 
Obree, Charles, of Dover, barber, s. of 

CharlesObree, of Cant. .barber. 1747. 
Obree, Robert, of Holy Cross, Cant., 

perukemaker. 1754. 
Obree, Henry, of Dover, barber. 1761. 
Obree, Phineas, of London, silkweaver. 

1789. 
Ockman (Okeman), Richard, waxchandler, 

s. of Harry Okeman, waxchandler. 

'5'3- 
Ockman, Thomas, the younger, grocer, s. 

of Mr. ThomasOckman, grocer. 1668. 
Ockman, John, grocer, s. of Thomas 

Ockman, Alderman. 1671. 
Ockman, Simon, grocer, s. of Thomas 

Ockman, grocer. 1704. 
Ockman, Smion, baker, s. of John Ock- 
man. I 704. 
Okay, William, of London, printer. 1761. 
Olive, James, the younger, cordwainer. 

1760. 
Olive, William, of Dover, perukemaker. 

1768. 
Olive, Thomas, labourer. 1770. 
Olive, John, of Whitstable, baker. 177^. 
Olive, Abraham, of London, cordwainer. 

1789. 
Olive, James, of St. Dunstan's, Kent, 

cordwainer. 1795. 
Oliver, Thomas, s. of a freeman. 1428. 
Ore, John, s. of Richard Ore. 1397. 
Osbarn, William, s. of William Osbarn, 

Webber. i437- 



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64 



Osbarn, Thomas, tailor, s. of Thomas 

Osbarn. 14+7- 
Osburston, Isaac, s. of John Osburston, 

shoemaker. 1592. 
Osspringe, John, vintner, s. of Thomas 

Osspringe. 161 7. 
Oteley. Matthew, s. of John Oteley, 

woollendraper. 1583- 
Ovenden, Joseph, of St. Gregory's in 

Kent. 1792- 
Oxenbridge, Henry, tailor, s. of John 

O.xenbridge, tailor. ib46. 
Oxenbridge, Nicholas, tailor, s. of John 

Oxenbridge, tailor. 1650. 
Oxenbridge, Thomas, tailor, s. of Thomas 

Oxenbridge, tailor. 1664. 
Oxinbridge, John, silkweaver, s. of Henry 

Oxinbridge. 1681. 
Oxinbridge, Joseph, victualler, s. of 

Nicholas Oxinbridge, victualler. 

1681. 
Oxinbridge, Benjamin, cordwainer, s. of 

Nicholas Oxinbridge, tailor. 1687. 
Pack, William, baker. 1780. 
Pack, Hercules, butcher. 1783. 
Page, John, tailor, s. of John Page, 

tailor. 1400. 
Page, Stephen, smith, s. of William Page, 

smith. 1646. 
Page, William, smith, s. of Stephen Page, 

smith. 1676. 
Page, William, farrier, s. of William Page, 

farrier. 1702. 
Page, Stephen, cordwainer, s. of William 

Page, cordwainer. 1708. 
Page, Stephen, blacksmith, s. of Charles 

Page, blacksmith. 1722. 
Page, William, of London, barber, s of 

Charles Page, of Cant., blacksmith. 

'7^7- 
Page, Richard, cordwainer, s of Stephen 

Page, cordwainer. 1733. 

Page, William, cutler, s. of William Page, 
blacksmith. 1734. 

Page, William, of London, mariner, s. of 
Charles Page, of Cant., farrier. 1741. 

Page,James,theyounger,bricklaycr. 1784. 

Page, Matthew, baker. 1784. 

Page. Thomas, bricklayer. 1789. 

Page, John, labourer. 1792. 

Paine, Thomas, lath-cleaver, s. of Jere- 
miah Paine, lath-cleaver. 17 14. 

Pain, Edward, of Chatham, fisherman, s. 
of John Pain, of Cant., innholder. 

I734- 
Paine, Thomas, gardener, s. of John 

Paine, victualler. 1746. 
Paine, Thomas, of Dover. 1774. 



Palmer, Richard, cooper, s. of Richard 
Palmer, cooper. 1705. 

Palmer, William, silkweaver, s. of Richard 
Palmer, cooper. 1722. 

Palmer, Samuel, of Greenwich, whitesmith, 
s. of Richard Palmer, of Cant., 
cooper. 1727. 

Pargate, Edward, gent., s. of Richard 
Pargate. 1480. 

Park, John, grocer, s. of John Park. 1488. 

Parker, Edmund, draper, s. of Henry 
Parker. i+8b. 

Parker, John, draper, s. uf Henry Parker. 
i486. 

Parker, John, hackneyman, s. of William 
Parker. 1559. 

Parker. Thomas, yeoman, s. of Esay Par- 
ker, maltster. 1628. 

Parker, John, strong water distiller, s. of 
Thomas Parker, strong water distiller. 
1664. 

Parker, Isaiah, distiller, s. of Thomas 
Parker, distiller. 1668. 

Parker, James, cordwainer, s. of Thomas 
Parker, cordwainer. 1699. 

Parker, Thomas, cordwainer, s. of Tho- 
mas Parker, cordwainer. 1700. 

Parker, William, gardener, s. of William 
Parker, cooper. 1710. 

Parker, Edward, grocer, s. of John Par- 
ker, grocer. 1722. 

Parker, Paul, pipemaker, s. of Paul Par- 
ker, tobaccopipemaker. 1722. 

Parker, George, pipemaker, s. of Paul 
Parker. 1727. 

Parker, Henry, silkweaver, s. of William 
Parker, cooper. 1727. 

Parker, John, carpenter, s. of William 
Parker, victualler. 1727. 

Parker. William, barber, s. of William 
Parker, victualler. '727. 

Parker, Caleb, tobaccopipemaker, s. of 
Paul Parker. 1733. 

Parker, John, baker, s. of John Parker, 
carpenter. 1741. 

Parker, John, barber, s. of Thomas Par- 
ker, barber. 1747. 

Parker, Robert, of Faversham, farrier, s. 
of William Parker, of Cant., labourer. 

>747- 

Parker, Thomas, baker, s. ot Thomas 
Parker, barber. 1749. 

Parker, John, of London, haberdasher of 
hats, s. of Henry Parker, of Cant., up- 
holder. 1750. 

Parker, Henry, the younger, labourer. 

1753- 
Parker, John, labourer. 1753. 



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66 



Parker, William, of Folkestone, pipe- 
maker. 1754. 

Parker, James, collarmaker. 1756. 

Parker, Caleb, tobaccopipemaker. 1760. 

Parker, Francis, silkweaver. 1774- 

Parker, Dean John, gent. 1788. 

Parker, Caleb, the yoiuiger, printer. 1789. 

Parker, Thomas, linnendraper. 1789. 

Parker, Henrv, of London, gent. 1790. 

Parker, John, of London, cordwainer. 
1790. 

Parker, Edward, the \(aniger, labourer. 

J79S- 

Parker, John, pipemaker. 1795. 

Parker, Thomas, pipemaker. 1795. 

Parkinson, John, painter, by virtue of his 
father's copie. 1662. 

Parkinson, Robert, victualler, s. of Nich- 
olas Parkinson, painter. 1749. 

Parnell, James, gingerbread baker. 1776. 

Parnell, John, upholsterer. 1785. 

Parnell, Thomas, of Westgate in Kent, 
watchmaker. 1789. 

Parnell, William, of London, orange- 
merchant. 1789. 

Parr, Charlton, gent. 1774. 

Parsons, Enoch, labourer, s. of Edward 
Parsons, butcher. 1715. 

Parsons, Benjamin, of Deal, vintner, s. of 
Edward Parsons, of Cant., butcher. 
1727. 

Parsons, George, labourer, s. of Enoch 
Parsons, labourer. 1741. 

Parsons, George, the younger, cordwainer. 
1780. 

Parsons, Benjamin, labourer. 1789. 

Parsons, Edward, labourer. 1792. 

Patey, John, cordwainer, s. of John Patey, 
cordwainer. 1644. 

Paty, John, silkweaver, s. of John Paty. 
1679. 

Paul, John, carpenter, s. of John Paul, 
baker. 1714. 

Pawlyn, Walter, of London, barber. 1761. 

Pawson, Thomas, of Faversham, brazier. 
'774- 

Pawson, William, tinplate worker. 1774. 

Pawson, Benjamin, of Folkestone, cord- 
wainer. 1789. 

Pawson, Samuel, of Cranbrook, tinplate 

worker. 17 89. 
Payabill, Edmund, tailor, s. of John 

Payabyll. 1448. 
Peen, Robert, hardware-seller, s. of Henry 

Peen, cordwainer. 1720. 
Peene, William, butcher, s. of Henry 

Peene, cordwainer. 1730. 



Peen, Henry, carrier, s. of Robert Peen, 

carrier. 1745. 
Peen, William, labourer. 1754. 
Peene, Robert, the younger, of Sheerness, 

blacksmith. 1761. 
Peere, George, joiner, s. of John Peere. 

1620. 
Pegan, William, of Chatham, surgeon. 

1795- 

Pegan, Thomas, the younger, of Whit- 
stable, surgeon. 1796. 

Peirce, John, carpenter, s. of Henry 
Peirce, carpenter. 1694. 

Peirce, John Boys, breechesmaker. 1780. 

Peirce, William, cordwainer. 1789. 

Pelinge, John, smith, s. of Robert Pelinge, 
smith. 1602. 

Peling, Thomas, smith, s. of Robert 
Felling, smith. 1602. 

Pembrook, Richard, tallowchandler, s. of 
Richard Pembrook, grocer. 17 18. 

Pembrook, William, barber, s. of Richard 
Pembrook, grocer. 1720. 

Pembrook, Charles, baker, s. of Richard 
Pembrook, grocer. 1724. 

Pembrooke, Edmund, of London, leather- 
seller, s. of William Pembrooke, of 
Cant., barber. 1745. 

Pembrooke, Richard, of the Precincts, 
Cant., tallowchandler, s. of Richard 
Pembrooke, turner. 1747. 

Pembrook, Richard, of Ware, Herts., 
tallowchandler, s. of William Pem- 
brook, of Cant., grocer. 1753. 

Pembrooke, Gilbert, of Chislet, yeoman. 
1761. 

Penn, James, innholder, s. of John Penn. 
lb 10. 

Penn, William, cordwainer. 1789. 

Penn, George, carpenter. 1796. 

Pennell, Thomas, cordwainer, s. of John 
Pennell. 17 14. 

Pennington, Thomas, of Deal, clerk, s. of 
Daniel Pennington, of Cant, meal- 
man. 1751. 

Pennington, John, of London, baker. 
1760. 

Penny, William, s. of Gilbert Penny, 
Alderman. 1599. 

Penny, James, gent., s. of Gilbert Penny, 
Alderman. 16 14. 

Penny, Simon, merchant, s. of Gilbert 
Penny, Alderman. 1618. 

Perkins, Thomas, staymaker, s. of Will- 
iam Perkins, tailor. ■■734. 

Perkins, William, staymaker, s. of Will- 
iam Perkins, staymaker. 1747. 

Perkins, Francis, carpenter. 1753. 



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68 



Perkins, John, baker. 1753. 
Perkins, Joseph, plumber. 1761. 
Perkins, Robert, baker. 1789. 
Perkins, Austen, baker. 1790. 
Perpoint, Ingram, of St. John in Thanet, 

labourer. 1789. 
Pesmede, Richard, butcher, s. of William 

Pesmede, butcher. 1470. 
Peters, John, of Chislet, bricklayer, s. of 

John Peters, of Cant., butcher. 17+1. 
Peters, Richard, labourer. 1795. 
Petham, Thomas, s. of a freeman. 1+Z7. 
Petman, Thomas, labourer. 1754. 
Pett, Thomas, of London, bellfounder. 

1795- 

Pettey, Thomas, tailor, s. ot Alan Pettey, 
capper. 1525. 

Petytt, Richard, grocer, s. of Thomas 
' Petytt. 1482. 

Phene, Joseph, of Brenchley, breeches- 
maker. 1789. 

Phene, William, of London, confectioner. 
1796. 

Philips, John, hop-planter, s. of John 
Philips, hop-planter. 17 14. 

Phillips, Thomas, of Faversham, baker, 
s. of John Phillips, of Cant., hop- 
planter. 1727. 

Phillips, Benjamin, barber, s. of John 
Phillips, hop-planter. 1731. 

Philips, Thomas, cordwainer, s. of John 
Philips, hop-planter. 1746- 

Phillips, Thomas, of Faversham, tailor. 
1761. 

Phillips, William, of London, labourer. 
1761. 

Phillips, William, of Haversham in Essex, 
carpenter. 1768. 

Philips, Benjamin Peirce, of Tunbridge, 
cordwainer. 1796. 

Philpott, Edward, of London, carpenter, 
s. of Edward Philpott, of Cant., 
grocer and tallowchandler. 1741. 

Philpot, John, of London, perukemaker. 
'754- 

Pickering, George, of Chislet, husband- 
man, s. of George Pickering, of Cant., 
bricklayer. 1705. 
, Pickering, John, tailor, s. of George Pick- 
ering, barber-surgeon. 1706. 

Pickring, Jeremiah, of Wye, tailor, s. of 
George Pickering, of Cant., cord- 
wainer. 1 7 14. 

Pickering, George, tailor, s. of John 
Pickering, victualler. 1741. 

Pike, Henry, tailor, s. of Henry Pike, 
cutler. 1618. 



Pike, John, labourer, s. of Henry Pike, 
cutler. 1635. 

Pikenee, John, s. of Henry Pikenee. 1 409. 

Pilcher, John, weaver, s. of John Pilcher. 
1685. 

Pilcher, John, silkweaver, s. of John Pil- 
cher, barber. 1708. 

Pilcher, Charles, labourer, s. of John 
Pilcher, weaver. 1722. 

Pilcher, John,- of Barham, baker, s. of 
Stephen Pilcher, of Cant., baker. 

'73+- 
Pilcher, Jeremiah, of London, oilman. 

1790. 
Pilcher, John, bricklayer. 1795. 
Pilkington, John, brazier, s. of Thomas 

Pilkington, brazier. 1646. 
Pilkington, John, s. of John Pilkington, 

plumber. 1672. 
Pilon, Nicholas, barber, s. of William 

Pilon, silkweaver. 1748. 
Pilon, William, baker. 1758. 
Plater, Charles Eaton, gent. 1789. 
Player, John, clerk, s. of Thomas Plaior, 

linnendraper. 161 9. 
Plomer, Francis, yeoman, s. of William 

Plomer, fletcher. 1630. 
Plomer, John, of London, tailor, s. of 

William Plomer, late of this city, 

fletcher. 1631. 
Plomer, William, grocer, s. of Francis 

Plomer, brewer. 1659. 
Plomer, Thomas, gent., s. of Francis 

Plomer, brewer. 1675. 
Plomer, John, apothecary, s. of Francis 

Plomer, brewer. i677. 
Plummer, William, grocer, s. of William 

Plummer, grocer. 1698. 
Plummer, Thomas, wheelwright, s of 

Thomas Plummer, grocer. 1700. 
Plomer, Francis, mariner, s. of William 

Plomer, grocer. 1703. 
Plomer, Peter, cabinet maker, s. of Thomas 

Plomer, victualler. 1731. 
Plomer, Thomas, victualler, s. of Thomas 

Plomer. 1734. 
Plummer, George, gent., s. of Thomas 

Plummer, victualler. 1736. 
Plomer, George, of London, gent. 1789. 
Plumley, William, baker. 1796. 
Poitevin, George, of Hythe, butcher. 1 790. 
Pollyne, John, beer brewer, s. of John 

PoUyne, brewer. 1625. 
Poole, William, cordwainer. 1789. 
Pope, John, labourer, s. of Isaac Pope, 

bricklayer. 1733. 
Pope, Thomas, of Ramsgate, butcher, 

s. of Isaac Pope, of Cant., brick- 
layer. 1733. 



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Pope, Samuel, printer, s. of Isaac Pope, 

bricklayer. 1741- 
Porter, |ohn, of the Borough of South- 
vvark, joiner, s. of William Porter, of 
Cant., maltster. 1727. 
Porter, Richard, cordwainer, .s. of Thomas 

Porter, husbandman. 1739. 
Porter, Thomas, of SS. Cosmus and 

Damian, Blean, labourer, s. of Tho- 
mas Porter, of Cant., labourer. 1741. 
Porter, Richard, of London, carpenter 

and joiner. 1767. 
Porter, Thomas, of London, carpenter 

and joiner. 1767. 
Porter, James, cordwainer. 177+- 
Porter, William, cordwainer. 1780. 
Porter, Thomas, the younger, bricklayer. 

1784. 
Porter, Morris, carpenter. 1788. 
Portwine, John Charles, of London, 

butcher. 1796. 
Poutt, John, joiner, s. of James Poutt, 

draper. 1704. 
Poutt, William, husbandman, s. of James 

Poutt, draper. 1704. 
Pout, Thomas, cordwainer, s. of James 

Pout, woollendraper. 1714. 
Pout, James, collarmaker, s. of William 

Pout, victualler. '733- 
Pout, William, pipemaker, s. of William 

Pout, victualler. 1734. 
Pout, Thomas, pipemaker, s. of William 

Pout, pipemaker. 1747- 
Pout, James, cabinet maker. 1768. 
Pout, John, surgeon. 1784. 
Pout, Charles, upholder. 1789. 
Pret, Richard, gardener, s. of Thomas 

Pret, collarmaker. '704. 
Prett, Walter, gardener, s. of Thomas 

Prett, collarmaker. 1704. 
Prctt, Thomas, cordwainer, s. of Thomas 

Prett, collarmaker. i 704. 
Prett, John, gardener, s. of Thomas Prett, 

gardener. 170S. 
Prett, Walter, labourer, s. of Walter Prett, 

labourer. 1739. 
Prett, John, of Gravesend, labourer, s. of 

Walter Prett, of Cant., cornfactor. 

1741. 
Prett, Thomas, of St. Dunstans in Kent, 

tilemaker, s. of Walter Prett, of 

Cant., cornporter. 1747. 
Prett, Walter, upholder. 1774. 
Prett, James, of Sittingbourne, black- 
smith. 1789. 
Prett, William, of ^Margate, cordwainer. 

1789. 



Prickett, Charles, of Wingham, labourer. 

'774- 

Pringle, John, of Sandwich, baker, s. of 
John Pringle, of Cant., baker. 17 14. 

Pringuer, Isaac, woolcomber. 1792. 

Pringuer, John, breechesmaker. 1794. 

Propchant, Alen, the younger, s. of 
Thomas Propchant. 1504. 

Proppard, John, cordwainer, s. of Thomas 
Proppard. 1733. 

Prowde, William, yeoman, s. of Thomas 
Prowde, waxchandler. 1473. 

Prowde, Robert, s. of Sampson Prowde, 
late Serjeant of this City. 1588. 

Prowde, William, the elder, s. of Henry 
Prowde, gent. 1605. 

Pullee, John, [blank], s. of [blank]. 1737. 

Pulle, Matthew, of Newington n. Sitting- 
bourne, labourer. 1754. 

Pyard, Peter, gent., s. of Peter Pyard, 
gent. 1654. 

Pyers, John, capper, s. Henry Piers, " 
capper. 1581. 

Pykerell, William, s. of Richard Pykerell. 
1502 or 1503. 

Pym, William, the younger, victualler. 
178.. 

Pym, John Gregory, of London, silver- 
smith. 1790. 

Pysing, John, cordwainer, s. of Jonas 
Pysing, cordwainer. 1657. 

Rising, Richard, Esq., goldsmith, s. of 
Richard Rising, carpenter. 1658. 

Qwestynbery, Marks, shoemaker, s. of 
Harry Qwestynberry, who was free- 
man before Marks was born. 1565. 

Radford, John, butcher, s. of Thomas 
Radford, butcher. 1727. 

Radford, Thomas, butcher, s. ol Thomas 
Radford, butcher. 1737. 

Radford, William, labourer, s. of Thoinas 
Radford, butcher. 1738. 

Radford, Thomas, the younger, butcher. 
1767. 

Radford, William, butcher. 1767. 

Ralfe, John, cordwainer, s. of Edward 
Ralfe, cordwainer. 1704. 

Ramsey, John, of East Greenwich, silk- 
weaver. 1754. 

Rand, Gregory, brewer, s. of John Rand. 
i5'9- 

Raylton, Robert, s. of Richard Raylton, 
Alderman. 1578. 

Raylton, Richard, linnendraper, s. of 
Richard Raylton, Alderman. 1581. 

Raylton, Simon, s. of Robert Symon, 
(sic), gent. 1609. 



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72 



Rayleton, John, glazier, s. of Simon 
Rayleton, gent. 1652. 

Raylton. Robert, saddler, s. of John 
Raylton, glazier, ibyg. 

Raylton, Thomas, glazier, s. of John 
Raylton. 1681. 

Railton, Thomas, glazier, s of Thomas 
Railton, glazier. 1700. 

Railton, George, glazier, s. of John Rail- 
ton, glazier. 1700. 

Railton, Robert, tailor, s. of Robert 
Railton, saddler 1707. 

Raylston (Railston), William, glazier, s. 
of Thomas Railston. 1710. 

Raylston, John, Junior, currier, s. of 
William Raylston, currier. 17 19. 

Raylston, John, of London, periwig- 
maker, s. of John Raylston, of 
Cant., cordwainer. 1727- 

Railston, Peter, barber, s. of William 
Railston, currier. 1733. 

Read, Thomas, currier, s. of William 
Read, cook. 1628. 

Reade, John, of Chatham, shipwright, s. 
of Richard Reade, of Cant., cord- 
wainer. 1705. 

Read, Richard, whitesmith. 1760. 

Read, Thomas, of Whitstable, gent. 1 760. 

Read, Bernard, breechesmaker. 1789. 

Read, Francis, of Folkestone, baker. 1789. 

Reader, John, mercer, s. of Thomas 
Reader, Alderman and mercer. 1642. 

Redwood, Thomas, cordwainer. 1754- - 

Reeve, John, butcher, s. of William 
Reeve, of Fordwich, yeoman, a free- 
man of this city. 1630. 

Reeve, John, gent, s. of William Reeve, 
Alderman. 1681. 

Remysshe, Jerome, baker, s. of John 
Remysshe. 1549. 

Renshaw, William, victualler, s. of Mat- 
thew Renshaw, cordwainer. 17 19. 

Reynolds, William, baker, s. of William 
Reynolds, baker. 1738. 

Reynolds, John, of Bridge, cordwainer, s. 
of William Reynolds, of Cant., car- 
penter. 1741. 

Reynolds, William, cordwainer. 1768. 

Reynolds, Richard, cornchandler. 1785. 

Richardsson, Christopher, tailor, s. of 
John Richardsson, tailor. 1570. 

Richardson, Thomas, Public Notar}-, s. 
of Thomas Richardson, tailor. 1620. 

Richardson, John, tailor, s. of Thomas 
Richardson, tailor. 1624. 

Richardson, William, tailor, s. of Thomas 
Richardson, tailor. 1633. 



Richardson, Charles, feltmaker, s. of 
John Richardson, innholder. i6g6. 

Richardson, John, tailor, s. of John 
Richardson, threadtwister. 1720. 

Richardson, William, cordwainer, s. of 
John Richardson. 1722. 

Richardson, John, the younger, tailor. 
1760. 

Rickson, John, of Holy Cross, Cant., 
baker. 1753. 

Riddle, John, basketmaker. 1778. 

Rider, Richard, vintner, s. of Robert 
Rider, yeoman. 1640. 

Rigbe, Ralph, carpenter, s. of Hugh 
Rigbe, carpenter. 1638. 

Rigden, Richard, of Patrixbourne, hus- 
bandman, s. of William Rigden, of 
Cant., collarmaker. 1705. 

Rigden, William, carpenter, s. of William 
Rigden, collarmaker. 1705. 

Rigden, Thomas, husbandman, s. of 
William Rigden. 1708. 

Rigden, William, baker, s. of Joseph 
Rigden, baker. 1734. 

Rigden, David, of Heme, grocer and 
tallowchandler, s. of Jeremiah Rig- 
den, of Cant., carpenter. 1741. 

Rigden, William, of London, carpenter, 
s. of Jeremiah Rigden, of Cant., 
carpenter. 1741- 

Rigden, Thomas, of London, cordwainer. 

'75+- 
Rigden, William, of London, tailor. 1761. 
Rigden, John, of Littlebourne, baker. 

1768.' 
Rigden, fohn, g^nt. '774- 
Rigsby, John, carpenter, s. of John Rigs- 

by, carpenter. 1668. 
Riggesby, Thomas, carpenter, s. of John 

Riggesby, carpenter. 1680. 
Roberts, John, Esqr., s. of Sir John 

Roberts, Knight and " sometimes 

Maior." 1664. 
Roberts, Joseph, the younger, gent., s. of 

Joseph Roberts, Esqr., Alderman. 

"1688. 
Roberts, William, of Harbledown, gent., 

s. of Joseph Roberts, of Cant., gent. 

1710. 
Robynson, James, s. of Robert Robynson, 

tailor. 1579- 
Robynson, William, s. of Robert Robyn- 
son, tailor. 1539. 
Robynson, Simon, woollendraper, s. of 

James Robynson, woollendraper. 

1607. 
Robynson, Thomas, woollendraper, s. of 

James Robynson. 1612. 



73 



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74 



Robynson, James, mercer, freeborn. 1 6 1 6. 

Robinson, Richard, wooUcndraper, s. of 
James Robinson, woollendraper. 
1620. 

Roflfway, John Throgood, of London, 
cabinetmaker. 1784. 

Rogers, Thomas, wheelwriglit, s. and app. 
of Henry Rogers, a freeman. 1685. 

Rogers, Henry, cordwainer, s. of Henry 
Rogers, cordwainer. 1704. 

Rogers, John, of Faversham, brickmaker, 
s. of John Rogers, of Cant., wheel- 
wright. 1705. 

Rogers, Wilham, of Faversham, brick- 
maker, s. of John Rogers, of Cant., 
wheelwright. 1705. 

Rogers, Henry, wheelwright, s. of Henry 
Rogers, wheelwright. 1722. 

Rogers, Lewis, of Ramsgate, bricklayer, 
s. of John Rogers, of Cant., wheel- 
wright. 1727. 

Rogers, Isaac, of London, carpenter. 1761. 

Rolft", John, s. of John Rolff, lockyer. 141 6. 

Rolfe, Thomas, collarmaker, s. of Thomas 
Rofe (sic), collarmaker. 1738. 

Rolfe, Edward, collarmaker, s. of Thomas 
Rolfe, collarmaker. 1471. 

Roalf, Thomas, collarmaker. 1766. 

Roalfe, William, collarmaker. 1773- 

Roalfe, Richard, labourer. '774. 

Roalfe, Benjamin, stationer and book- 
binder. 1780. 

Roalfe, Edward, silkweavcr. 1781. 

Rolfe, John, gardener. 1790. 

Rollyng, John, of Westgate, Cant., s. of 
a freeman. i43^' 

Rooke, Martin, cooper, s. of [blank] 
Rooke. 1562. 

Rooke, John, butcher. 1784. 

Rookes, Charles, butcher, s. of William 
Rookes, butcher. 1741. 

Rooks, William, butcher. 1767- 

Rooks, Henry, butcher. 1774. 

Rouse, John, barber, s. of John Rouse, 
baker. 17 14. 

Rouse, William, tailor,vs. of John Rouse, 
baker. 1722. 

Rouse, John, tailor, s. of Thomas Rouse, 
salesman. 1727. 

Rouse, Thomas, carpenter, s. of Thomas 
Rouse, salesman. 1727. 

Rouse, Nicholas, barber, s. of Thomas 
Rouse, salesman. 1733- 

Rouse, Edward, of Ramsgate, butcher, s. 
of Thomas Rouse, of Cant., salesman 

•73+- 
Rouse, Thomas, salesman, s. ol Thomas 
Rouse, salesman. 1744. 



Rouse, William, of the Precincts, Cant., 
tallowchandler, s. of Thomas Rouse, 
salesman. 1753. 

Rouse, Robert, silkweaver. 1760. 

Rouse, Thomas, silkweaver. 1761. 

Rouse, William, leatherseller. 1761. 

Rouse, Edward, of London, cordwainer. 
1768. 

Rouse, Thomas, silkweaver. 1768. 

Rouse, William, silkweaver. 1773- 

Rouse, Edward, labourer. 1789. 

Rouse, Charles Petman, stationer. 1790. 

Rouse, Thomas, silkweaver. 1795. 

Royce, James, the younger, cordwainer. 

1795- 

Rucke, George. 1686. 

Rue,Elias,the3'ounger,basketmaker. 1753. 

Rufford, James, of Shepherdswell, la- 
bourer, s. of John Rufford, of Cant., 
labourer. 1747. 

Rufford, Jacob, of Hackington, labourer. 

'753- 
Rufford, James, of Westgate in Kent, 

labourer. 1789. 
Rumfeild, John, tailor, s. of John Rum- 

feild, tailor. 1644. 
Rumfield, Francis, tailor, s. of John 

Rumfield, tailor. 1650. 
Rumfield, William, of Leeds in Kent, 

grocer, s. of Jeremy Rumfield, tailor. 

I&7J- 
Rumfield, Jeremiah, grocer, s. of Jeremiah 

Rumfield, grocer. 1681. 
Russ, Henry, of London, silkweaver. 1761. 
Russell, George, tailor, s. of William 

Russell. '572. 
Russell, George, s. of Richard Russell, 

barber. 1576. 
Russell, William, s. of Richard Russell. 

'579- 
Russell, Thomas, carpenter, s. of William 

Russell, carpenter. 1610. 
Rust, William, linnenweaver, s. of Will- 
iam Rust, brewer. 1704. 
Rust, John, mariner, s. of Henry Rust, 

silkweaver. i7i4' 
Rye, W^iUiam, baker. 1761. 
Rye, Thomas, Junior, of Dover, baker. 

1766. 
Rye, Joseph, yeoman. 1774. 
Rye, Abraham, of London, labourer. 1796. 
Sabine, Alfred, hosier. 1774. 
Sack, John, silkweaver, s. of John Sack, 

silkweaver. 1731. 
Sack, William, whitesmiih. 1760. 
Saere. John, tailor, s. of John Saere. 

1569. See Sare. 



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FREEMEN 



76 



Saffery, Gabriel, cordwainer, s. of Gabriel 
Safifery, cordwainer. 1 7 1 4. 

Saffrey, Henry, surgeon, s. of Gabriel 
Saffrey, cordwainer. 1 7 1 7. 

Saffrey, John, cordwainer, s. of Gabriel 
Saffrey, cordwainer. 1722. 

Saffory, John, baker, s. of Gabriel Saffory, 
cordwainer. 1738. 

Saffery, John, barber, s. of John Saffery, 
barber. 1741. 

Saffery, Henry, victualler, s. of Gabriel 
Saffery, victualler. 1746. 

Saffory, Henry, of London, surgeon. 1761. 

Saffory, John Temperman, butcher. 1766. 

Saffery, Thomas Norwood, barber. 1768. 

Saffery, John, perukemaker. 1784. 

Saffery, Osmond, music master. 1 790. 

Saffery, Thomas, carpenter. 1792. 

Salmon (Samon), Bartholomrw, s. of 
John Samon. 1579- 

Salmon, Erasmus, saddler, s. of Barthol- 
omew Salmon, saddler. 1602. 

Salmon, John, glazier, s. of Thomas Sal- 
mon, carpenter. 1734- 

Salmon, Joseph, carpenter, s. of Thomas 
Salmon, carpenter. 1751. 

Salmon, Thomas Edward, glazier and 
plumber. 1774 

Salmon, William, baker. 1781. ] 

Sampson, William, mason, s. of Thomas 
Sampson, mason. 1468. 

Sanders (Sawnders), Lewis, brewer, s. 
of George Sawnders. 1558. 

Sanders, Edward, fellmonger, s. of Rich- 
ard S.inders, fellmonger. 1708. 

Saunders, Edward, gardener, s. of Edward 
Saunders, cordwainer. 1733. 

Saunders, Charles, labourer. 1760. 

Sanders, Richard Robert, butcher. 1768. 

Saunders, William, of Rochester, victual- 
ler. 1773. 

Sanders, James, Private, East Kent 
Militia. 1796. 

Sankey, Matthew, tallowchandler and 
grocer. 1789. 

Sare, Stephen, mercer, s. of Robert Sare. 

'544- 

Sare, William, tailor, s. ot Stephen Sare, 
Alderman. 1584. 6Vf Sayer. 

Savage, Henry, cordwainer. 1753. 

Savage, Daniel, perukemaker. 1760. 

Savage, Henry, the younger, peruke- 
maker. 1760. 

Savage, John, whitesmith. 1760. 

Sawkins, John, gent., s of John Sawkins, 
gent. 1708. 

Sawkins, Joseph, gent., s. of John Saw- 
kins, gent. 1724. 



Sawkins, William, gent., s. of John Saw- 
kins, Senior, gent. 1727- 
Sawkins, John, gent., s. of John Sawkins, 

gent. 1734. 
Sawkins, Jacob, gent., s. of John Sawkins, 

gent. 1741. 
Sawkins, Joseph, gent. 1753- 
Sawkins, James, of Lyminge, tailor. 1754. 
Sawkins, William, of London, corn factor. 

1760. 
Sawkins, Charles Feme, of Doddington, 

gent. 1 76 1. 
Sayer, Stephen, tailor, s. of Stephen Sayer, 

Alderman. 1587. 
Sayer, Simon, baker, s. of John Sayer, 

tailor. 1606. 
Sayer, John, gardener, s. of John Sayer. 

1619. Si'c Sare. 
Scot, William, couper, s. of Bricir (.'') 

Scot. 1449. 
Scott, Richard, s. of Christopher Scott, 

late Alderman. 1590. 
Scrimshaw (Schrimshavve), Thomas, dyer, 

s. of Thomas Schrimshawe, dyer. 

1619. 
Scrimshawe, Thomas, clothworker, s. of 

Thomas Scrimshawe, clothworker. 

1646. 
Scrinipshawc, John, carpenter, s. of Tho- 
mas Scrimpshawe, 1652. 
Scrimshaw, George, tailor, s. of Thomas 

Scrimshaw. 1653. 
Scrimshaw, John, glazier, s. of Thomas 

Scrimshaw, glazier. 1670. 
Scrimshaw, Richard, weaver, s. of Rich- 
ard Scrimshaw, weaver. it)74. 
Scrimshaw, I\ichard, gent., s. of Mr. John 

Scrimshaw, Alderman. 168S. 
Scrimshaw, William, carpenter, s. of John 

Scrimshaw, glazier. 1705. 
Scrimshaw, Israel, of London, carpenter, 

s. of John Scrimshaw, of Cant., car- 
penter. 1 70S. 
Scrimshaw, Richard, tailor, s. of John 

Scrimshaw, glazier. 1708. 
Scrimshaw, Thomas, glazier, s. of John 

Scrimshaw, glazier. 1708. 
Scrimshaw, James, cordwainer, s. of 

John Scrimshaw, glazier. 1709. 
Schrimshaw, John, currier, s. of William 

Schrimshaw, carpenter. 1734. 
Schrimshaw, James, of Marf^ate, labourer, 

s. of William Schrimshaw, of Cant., 

carpenter. 1741. 
Scudamore, Thomas, barber, s. of Robert 

Scudamore, cordwainer. 1707. 
Scudamore, Edward, apothecary, s. of 

Thomas Scudamore, barber. 1736- 



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or CANTERBURY. 



78 



Scudamore, Edward, apothecary. 1768. 1 
Scudamore, William, of Wye, apothecary. 

'774- 
Seath, William, of Faversham, cabinet- 
maker. 1789. 
Seath, John, the younger, of IMargate, 

mariner. 1789. 
Segger, John, silkweaver, s. of William 

Segger, grocer. 1628. 
Selling, Richard, Private in East Kent 

Militia. 1796. 
Semer, William, grocer, s. of John Semer, 

chandler. 1+76. 
Seward, Joseph, grocer, s. of Giles Se- 
ward, tailor. 1639. 
Sharp, Jacob, tinman, s. of William 

Sharp, butcher. 17 13. 
Sharp, Samuel, butcher, s. of William 

Sharp, butcher. 1714. 
Sharpe, Thomas, of Chatham, grocer, s. 

of William Sharpe, of Cant., butcher. 

1714. 
Sharp, Samuel, butcher, s. of Samuel 

Sharp, butcher. 1745. 
Sharp, Jacob, Junior, of London, linnen- 

draper. 1761. 
Sharp, John, of Cambridge, clerk. 1761. 
Sharp, John, of Dover, perukemaker. 1 76 1 . 
Sharp, William, of O.xford, D.D. 1761. 
Shat water, William, brewer, s. of John 

Shatwater. 1702. 
Shatwater, Thomas, brewer, s. of John 

Shatwater, brewer. 1705. 
Shawe, Michael, basketmaker, s. of Robert 

Shawe, basketmaker. 1577. 
Sheafe, Richard, silkweaver, s. of John 

Sheafe, barber. 1741- 
Sheaf, William, woolcomber, s. of John 

Sheaf, barber. 1741. 
Sheldwych, Nicholas, s. of John Sheld- 

wych. 14^9- 
Sherreue, William, s. of John Sherreue, 

1403. 
Sherwood, Thomas, silkweaver, s. of 

Joseph Sherwood. 1678. 
Shindler, Thomas, yeoman, s. of John 

Shindler, gardener. 1635. 
Shindler, Thomas, watchmaker, s. of 

Thomas Shindler. 1676. 
Shindler, John, of Westgate, gardener, s. 

of William Chandler {sic), butcher. 

1704. 
Shindler, Thomas, watchmaker, s. of 

Thomas Shindler, watchmaker. 1707. 
Shindler, Thomas, watchmaker, s. of 

Thomas Shindler, watchmaker and 

Alderman. 1747. 



Shindler, Thomas, the younger, baker. 
1790. 

Shrubsole, Henry, s. of Christopher 
Shrubsole, wooUendraper. 1679. 

Shrubsole, Kenn, of Ashford, Kent, mer- 
cer, s. of Christopher Shrubsole, late 
of Cant., mercer. 1700. 

Shrubsole, Thomas, the younger, smith. 

1774- 
Shrubsole, James, saddler. 1776. 
Simmons, James, of London, stationer. 

'767- 
Simpson, Edward, silkweaver, s. of George 

Simpson, tailor. 1665. 
Simpson, Valentine, bricklayer, s. of 

John Simpson, bricklayer. 1739. 
Simpson, Christopher, silkweaver, s. of 

John Simpson, bricklayer. 1741. 
Simpson, John, silkweaver, s. of John 

Simpson, bricklayer. 1741. Sfe 

Sympson. 
Skilton, Thomas, bricklayer, s. of John 

Skilton, bricklayer. 1741. 
Skelton, John, glazier, s. of lohnSkelton, 

bricklayer. 1747. 
Skilton, Thomas, of Rochester, black- 
smith. 1753. 
Skilton, Hills, of London, bricklayer. 1 768. 
Skilton,John,theyounger, labourer. 1780. 
Skreen, William, pattenmaker, s. of Will- 
iam Skreen, pattenmaker. 1747. 
Skreen, John, brazier, s. of William 

Skreen, pattenmaker. 1749. 
Skynner, John, s. of Gerard Skynner. 1 46 1 . 
Sladden, Henry, of Littlebourne, s. of 

William Sladden, of Littlebourne, 

barber and freeman of Cant. '741. 
Slegh, William, s. of Thomas Slegh. 1401. 
Smith (Smyth), Thomas, of the parish of 

St. Sepulchre, Cant., s. of Nicholas 

Smyth. 1400. 
Smyth, John, bricklayer, s. of Patrick 

Smyth. 1594. 
.Smyth, Stephen, painter, s. of John Smyth, 

pewterer. 1621. 
Smith, John, millener, s. of Henry Smith, 

butcher. 1639. 
Smith, Jeremy, glover, s. of Jeremy Smith. 

1660. 
Smith, Abraham, turner, s. of Abraham 

Smith, turner. 1668. 
Smith, Edward, butcher, s. of John Smith, 

millener. 1672. 
Smith, Joseph, barber-surgeon, s. of 

Joseph Smith, glover, ibjj. 
Smith, John, clerk, s, of John Smith, 

scrivener. 1679. 



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80 



Smith, Philip, butcher, s. of Edward 

Smith, butcher. 1698. 
Smith, Edward, butcher, s. of Edward 

Smith, butcher. 1702. 
Smith, William, apothecary, s of Thomas 

Smith, apothecary. 1702. 
Smith, Henry, of Chatham, joiner, s. of 

John Smith, of Cant., millener. 1705. 
Smith, Edward, butcher, s. of John 

Smith, butcher. 1722. 
Smith, John, carpenter, s. of John Smith, 

victualler. 1734. 
Smith, Robert, barber, s. of John Smith, 

victualler. 1734. 
Smith, John, of London, feltmaker, s. of 

John Smith, of Cant., feltmaker. 

1741. 
Smith, Thomas, of London, silkeweaver, 

s. of Francis Smith of Cant., silk- 
weaver. I74I- 
Smith, William, husbandman, s. of John 

Smith, grocer. 1747. 
Smith, John, of London, butcher. 1761. 
Smith, John, of Hearne, labourer. 1761. 
Smith, Thomas, Junior, bookseller. 1 766. 
Smith, John, of Whitstable, labourer. 

178b. 
Smith, Benjamin, the younger, of London. 

watchmaker. 1796- 
Smithson, Miller, silkweaver. 1780. 
Smithson, Howitt Edward, of Chatham, 

labourer. 1790. 
Sneller, John, of Hollingbourne, carpen- 
ter, s. of Abraham Sneller, of Cant., 

victualler. 174:- 
Sneller, Jacob, of Dover, baker, s. of 

Abraham Sneller, of Cant., husband- 
man. 1747- 
Snoad, Joseph, tailor, s. of Alexander 

Snoad. 1676. 
Soames, Richard, whitesmith, s. of John 

Soames. whitesmith. 1733. 
Soames, William, barber, s. of Thomas 

Soames, blacksmith. 1733. 
Soames, John, of London, smith, s. of 

Thomas Soames, of Cant., smith. 

1741. 
Somes, James, blacksmith, s. of Christ- 
opher Somes, whitesmith. 1752. 
Somes, Benjamin, of Dover, labourer. 

1760. 
Somes, Thomas, Junior, of Stockbury, 

labourer. 1761. 
Somes, William, the younger, labourer. 

1767. 
Somes, John, of Chatham, shipwright. 

1784. 
Southee, John, breechesmaker. 1767. 



Southee, Thomas, the younger, baker. 

•774- 

Southee, John, Junior, of London, skin- 
ner. 1800. 

Spencer, Israel, millener, s. of Hudson 
Spencer, millener. 1721. 

Spencer, Samuel, plumber. 1784. 

Spicer (Spycer), Edward, basketmaker, s. 
of Richard Spycer, basketmaker. 

■587. 
Spyser, John, basketmaker, s. of Edward 

Spyser, basketmaker. 1613. 
Spicer, Abraham, basketmaker, s. of John 

Spicer, basketmaker. 1640. 
Spicer, Edward, basketmaker, s. of Ed- 
ward Spicer, basketmaker. i6+i. 
Spicer, Isaac, basketmaker, by virtue of 

his father's copie. 1660. 
Spicer, John, basketmaker, s. of Abraham 

Spicer, basketmaker. 1673. 
Spicer, John, husbandman, s. of John 

Spicer, basketmaker. 1 70^.. 
Spillet, Robert, basketmaker, s. of John 

Spillet, silkweaver. 1705. 
Spratt, Samuel, breechesmaker, s. of 

William Spratt, cooper. 1727. 
Spratt, William, cooper, s. of William 

Spratt, cooper. 1727. 
Spratt, Thomas, of Frindsbury, black- 

.smith. 1766. 
Spratt, Adam, cooper. 1771- 
Spratt, Alexander Hanna, carpenter. 1796. 
Staines, Richard, upholster. 1766. 
Staines, Thomas, the younger, of St. 

Lawrence in Thanet, yeoman. 1768. 
Staines, William, gent. 1786. 
Staines, William Tolbutt, of Faversham, 

clerk. 1800. 
Stanly, William, brewer, s. of John Stanly, 

Alderman. 1627. 
Stanly, Thomas, gent., s. of John Stanly, 

gent. 1637. 
Stanley, George, gent., s. of William 

Stanley, now Mayor Elect. 1663. 
Stanley, Paul, gent., s. of William Stanley, 

gent, and Alderman. 1668. 
Stanley, John, gent., s. of George Stanley, 

Esq., late Mayor. 1692. 
Stanley, William, gent., s. of George 

Stanley, Esquire, late Mayor. 1695. 
Staples, Christopher, bricklayer, s. of 

Samuel Staples. 1622. 
Staples, Samuel, haberdasher, s. of Sam- 
uel Staples, mercer. 1626. 
Staples, George, barber, s. of Samuel 

Staples, mercer. 1641. 
Starke, John, hosier, son of William 

Starke, innholder. 1478. 



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82 



Starke, William, carpenter, s. of Daniel 

Starke. 1681. 
Stark, William, bricklayer, of Daniel 

Stark, bricklayer. 1734- 
Starks, Matthew, bricklayer, s. of Daniel 

Starks, carpenter. 1714. 
Steddy, Charles, butcher. 1782. 
Steddy, George, baker. 1789. 
Steddy, Stephen, of River, papermakcr. 

1789. 
Steddy, Thomas, of Kennington, Kent, 

tallowchandler. 1796. 
Stephens, William, cordwainer, s. of 

William Stephens, cordwainer. 1733. 
Stephens, William, the younger, of 

Faversham, dredger. 1768. 
Stevens, Thomas, ol Boughton Blean, 

labourer. 1760. 
Stokebcry, Nicholas, s. of William Stoke- 

bery. 1401. 
Stokbery, Thomas, of Sandwich, s. of 

Nicholas Stokbery, late of Cant. 

'459- 
Stokes, Thomas, hempdresser, s. of 

Thomas Stokes, tailor. 1704. 
Stokes, Daniel, of Adisham, tailor, s. of 

Thomas Stokes, of Cant., tailor. 

1722. 
Stokes, Thomas, of Westbere, labourer, 

s. of Thomas Stokes, of Cant., 

hempdresser. 1741. 
Stoakes, Paul, husbandman, s. of Thomas 

Stoakes, hempdresser. 1747. 
Stokes, John, labourer. 1753. 
Stokes, John, the younger, cordwainer. 

1784. 
Stokes, Henry, cordwainer. 1789. 
Stokes, Thomas, cordwainer. 1792. 
Stonbregge, John, s. of Thomas Ston- 

bregge. 141 2. 
Stonbregge, John, goldsmith, s. of Thomas 

Stonbregge, fletcher. 1464. 
Stoughton, John, glover, s. of John 

Stoughton, glover. 1603. 
Stoughton, Richard, [s. of John Stoughton, 

glover.] 1603. 
Stowe, Thomas, blacksmith, s. of Zachary 

Stowe, clothier. 1637. 
Stranguish, Thomas, barber, s. of Thomas 

Stranguish, cooper. 1728. 
Streater, William, tailor, s. of John 

Streater, baker. 1582. 
Strettar, Thomas, tailor, s. of William 

Strettar. 161 6. 
Stredwicke, Avery, cordwainer, s. of 

Thomas Stredwicke, wheeler. 1634. 
Stredwiek, Nicholas, maltster, s. of 

Nicholas Stredwiek, wheeler. 1657. 



Stredwicke, Thomas, collarmaker, s. of 
Avery Stredwicke. 1658. 

Stredwicke, Avery, weaver, s. of Avery 
Stredwicke. 1663. 

Stredwiek, Nicholas, weaver, s. of Nich- 
olas Stredwiek, maltster. 1685. 

Stredwiek, Nicholas, labourer, s. of 
Nicholas Stredwiek, silkweaver. 1722. 

Stredwiek, Thomas, hop-planter, s. of 
Nicholas Stredwiek, weaver. 1726. 

Stredwicke, Nicholas, of Sandwich, baker. 

1774- 

Stredwiek, Thomas, the younger, hop- 
planter. 1774. 

Streeting, Robert, of Harbledown, la- 
bourer. 1789. 

Stringer,Thomas,of Dover,labourer. 1 754. 

Stringer, William, of Fordwich, labourer. 
1760. 

Stringer, John HoUingbery, silkmercer 
and woollendraper. 1782. 

Strivens, John, carpenter, s. of Roger 
Strivens, cordwainer. 1722. 

Strevens, Robert, of Ramsgate, husband- 
man, s. of Roger Strevens, of Cant., 
wheelwright. 1734. 

Studham, Richard, feltmaker, s. of William 
Studham, cooper. 1700. 

Studham, John, feltmaker, s. of William 
Studham, cooper. 171 1. 

Studham, George, cooper, s. of John 
Studham. 17 17. 

Studham, William, of London, silkweaver, 
s. of William Studham, of Cant., 
feltmaker. 1741. 

Stybbyng, John, tailor, s. of John Styb- 
byng, shoemaker. 1592. 

Swetyng, William, plumber, s. of [blank] 
Swetyng. 1559. 

Sweeting, Davye, s, of William Sweeting, 
plumber. 1599. 

Symond, John, grocer, s.of HenrySymond, 
vintner. 1480. 

Sympson, Nicholas, clerk, s. of John 
Sympson, shearman. 1575. 

Sympson, Roger, ironmonger, s. of Nich- 
olas Sympson, Prebendary of Cant, 
1621. 

Sympson, Thomas, gent., s. of John 
Sympson, Esquire, now Mayor. 1668. 

Sympson, Edward, joiner, s. of Edward 
Sympson, silkweaver. 1688. 

Sympson, Edward, carpenter, s.of Edward 
Sympson, joiner. 1727. 

Symson, George, of London, apothecary, 
s. of Edward Symson, of Cant., joiner. 
'734- 



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84 



Sympson, Valentine, the younger, of 

Sittingbourne, victualler. 1773- Sff 

Simpson. 
Talput, Richard,baker, s. of JohnTalput, 

baker. 1739- 
Tangett, Simon, barber surgeon, s. of 

Thomas Tangett, tailor. 1599. 
Tangett, Joseph, s. of Thomas Tanget. 

1613. 
Tangett, Polycarp, gent., s. ot Thomas 

Tangett. 16 14. 
Tangett, John, ironmonger, s. of Joseph 

Tangett, ironmonger. 1654-. 
Tarry, William, tailor, by virtue of his 

father's copie. 1660. 
Tayler, John, carpenter, s. of William 

Tayler, carpenter. 1680. 
Taylor, John, silkweaver, s. of William 

Taylor, carpenter. 1705. 
Taylor, William, husbandman, s. of 

William Taylor, carpenter. 1705. 
Tayler, John, cordwainer, s. of John 

Tayler, cordwainer. 1 7 1 1 . 
Tayler, William, of Patri.xbourne, hus- 
bandman, s. of John Tayler of 

Cant., carpenter. 1727. 
Taylor, Elias, of London, tailor, s. of 

Elias Taylor, of Cant., cordwainer. 

1733. 
Taylor, Thomas, barber, s. of Elias 

Taylor, cordwainer. 17+1- 
Taylor, William, silkweaver. 1773- 
Taylor, John, perukemaker. 1774. 
Terry, Augustine, carpenter, s. of Mr. 

John Terry, Alderman. 1647. 
Terry, Michael, s. of Michael Terry, 

gent. 1 66 1. 
Terry, Thomas, gent., s. of Isaac Terry, 

woollendraper. 1700. 
Terry, Michael, tailor, s. of Michael 

Terry, gent. 1708. 
Terry, Thomas, haberdasher of small 

ware, [s. of Michael Terry.] 17 10. 
Terry, the Rev. Isaac, s. of Isaac Terry, 

wooUendraper. 1722. 
Terry, Henry, wooUendraper, s. of Isaac 

Terry, wooUendraper. 1722. 
Terry, Edward, of Sandwich, joiner. 1760. 
Terry, Thomas, carpenter. 1760. 
Terry, William, cordwainer. 1760. 
Terry, John, cordwainer. 1786. 
Tevelein, Charles, perukemaker. 1 760. 
Tevelein, James, woolcomber. 1760. 
Tivclein, Edward, tailor. 1768. 
Tevelein, Joseph, painter. 1774. 
Tevelein, James, perukemaker. 178S. 
Tevelein, Joseph, printer. 1797. 



Thatcher, John, wa.xchandler, s. of John 

Thatcher. 1540. 
Thattchar, Stephen, shoemaker, s. of 

John Thattchar, wa.xchandler. 1569. 
Thomas, Edward, carpenter, s. of Edward 

Thomas, blacksmith. 1727. 
Thomas, George, blacksmith, s. of Edward 

Thomas, blacksmith. 1734- 
Thomas, William, the younger, farrier. 

1753- 

Thomas, John, of St. Dunstan's, Kent, 
millwright. 1754. 

Thomas, William, the younger, silk- 
weaver. 1760. 

Thomas, William, gent. 1769. 

Thomas, William, the younger, ginger- 
bread baker. 1783. 

Thomas, Mark, linnendraper. 1788. 

Thomas, Nathaniel, cordwainer. 1789. 

Thomson, Dedyer, goldsmith, s. of John 
Thomson, shoemaker. 1522. 

Thomson, James, draper, s. of William 
Thomson, draper. 1526. 

Thornehurst, Stephen, Knight, s. of 
Stephen Thornehurst, gent. 1598. 

Thornton, Joseph, the younger, silk- 
weaver. 1777. 

Thornton, John, silkweaver. 1779. 

Thornton, Abraham, of London, silk- 
weaver. 1789. 

Thornton, William Lcpar, apothecary. 
1790. 

Thornton, George Alezander, labourer. 

1795- 
Thornton, William Simmons, baker. 1795. 
Thornton, John, of Barham, surgeon and 

apothecary. 1796. 
Thornton, Charles, of Whitstable, miller. 

1800. 
Thornton, Samuel, of Ashford, druggist. 

1800. 
Thread, John, husbandman, s. of Paul 

Thread, baker. 1 7 1 1 . 
Tiddeman, John, smith, s. of William 

Tiddeman, cordwainer. 1733. 
Tiddeman, Edward, of London, porter, 

s. of William Tiddeman, of Cant., 

cordwainer. 1734- 
Tiddeman, Richard, bricklaj-er, s. of 

WilliamTiddeman, cordwainer. 1734. 
Tilby, William, of Faversham, labourer, 

s. of Daniel Tilby, of Cant., black- 
smith. 1 741. 
Toddey, John, cordwainer, s. of Thomas 

Toddey, cordwainer. 1647. 
Toker, John, yeoman, s. of John Toker, 

yeoman. 1727. 



85 



OF CAXTEKRURY. 



86 



Toker, William, yeoman, s. of John 

Toker, yeoman. 1727. 
Toker, Edward, yeoman, s. of John Toker, 

baker. 1733. 
Toker, Richard, of Wye, yeoman, s. of 

John Toker, of Cant., baker. 1733. 
Tolken, Daniel, skinner, s. of Thomas 

Tolken. 1610. 
Tomlin, John, tailor, s. of John Tomlin, 

tailor. 1714- 
Tompson, John, pinmaker, s. of John 

Tompson, late of S. Andrew, Cant., 

chapman. 160Q. 
Tompson, Robert, haberdasher, s. of John 

Tompson, chapman. 1628. 
Ton?, Thomas, tailor, s. of Christopher 

Tong, becrbrewer. '577. 
Tong, John, grocer, s. of Christopher 

Tong, brewer. 1582. 
Tonge, John, yeoman, s. of Thomas 

Tonge. 1607. 
Tostes, George, scrivener, s. of John 

Testes. 1536. 
Toumbs, Thomas, silkweaver, s. of 

Thomas Toumbs, silkweaver. 17 10. 
Tuch, Abraham, bricklayer, s. of William 

Tuch, bricklayer. 1655. 
Tuck, John, tobaccopipe maker, s. of 

Thiimas Tuck, same trade. 1675. 
Tuck, John, tobaccopipe maker, s. of 

Edward Tuck, tobaccopipe maker. 

1712. 
Tuck, Edward, labourer, s. of Thomas 

Tuck, whitesmith. 1722. 
Tuck, James, labourer, s. of Thomas 

Tuck, whitesmith. 1722. 
Tuck. Lawrance, brazier, s. of John Tuck, 

tobaccopipe maker. 17++. 
Tuck, John, of the Precincts, Cant., 

apothecar)', s. of John Tuck, pipe- 
maker. 1747. 
Tuck, Edward, labourer. 1753. 
Tuck, John, labourer. 1753. 
Tuck, John, labourer. 1754. 
Tucker, Thomas, pipemaker, s. of Thomas 

Tucker, saddler. 16+2 
Tucker, John, joiner, s. of John Tucker, 

joiner. 1655. 
Tucker, Robert, silkweaver, s. of William 

Tucker, turner. 1722. 
Tuckwell, John, of St. Peter's in Thanet, 

shipwright. 1768. 
Tuckwell, William, the younger, car- 
penter. 1774. 
Tumber, William, labourer, s. of John 

Tumber, clothworker. 1722. 
Tumber Joel, of London, silkweaver. 

«754- 



Turner, Robert, Junior, woollendraper, s. 

of Robert Turner. 1629. 
Turner, Thomas, of London, gent., s. of 

Thomas Turner, late of this city, 

gent. 1687. 
Turner, Thomas, labourer, s. of [blank]. 

'738- 

Turner, George, of Faversham, weaver. 
1790. 

Twyman (Twiman), Henry, woollen- 
draper, s. of Henry Twyman, Alder- 
man. 1660. 

Twyman, Hammond, of Westbere, gent., 
s. of Henry Twyman, gent. 1695. 

Twyman, Thomas, of Whitstable, black- 
smith, s. of John Twyman, of Cant., 
clothworker. 1705. 

Umberfyld, Harman, tailor, s. of |ohn 
Umberfyld, smith. 1597. 

Underdown, Jennings Anthony, of Ash- 
ford, surgeon. 1774. 

Underdown, John, the younger, baker. 

1774- 

Underdown, Richard, of Margate, plas- 
terer. 1784. 

Upton, John, hempdresser, s. of John 
Upton, cordwainer. 1704. 

Upton, John, hempdresser, s. of John 
Upton, hempdresser. 1727. 

Upton, Thomas, hempdresser, s. of Tho- 
mas Upton, hempdresser. 1734. 

Upton, John, cordwainer, s. of his father, 
flaxdresser. '74i- 

Upton, John, the younger, hempdresser. 

•753- 
Upton, John, the younger, cordwainer. 

'773- 
Upton, William, of Chatham, labourer. 

1790. 
Usbarn, William, wheeler, s. of Thomas 

Usbarn, carpenter. 1435. 
Vandepere, John, joiner, s. of Lancelot 

Vandepere, joiner. 1583. 
Vandepeere, William, smith, s. of Lance- 
lot Vandepeere, joiner. 1583. 
Vandepeeir, Edmund, tailor, s. of Jolm 

Vandepeeir, joiner. 1625. 
Vandome, Edward, silkweaver. 1759. 
Vann, Matthew, cooper, s. of Edward 

Vann, cooper. 1653. 
Vanse, Leonard, yeoman, s. of James 

Vanse, attorney. 1597. 
Vincent, Thomas, turner. 1760. 
Vincent, William, labourer. 1760. 
Vincent, • John, the younger, of Dover, 

mariner. 1768. 
Vincent, Frank, silkweaver. 1772. 



87 



FREEMEN 



88 



Vincent, Walter, the younger, silkweaver. 

1780. 
Vincent, Pilcher, plumber. 1784. 
Vincent, William, of Camberwell, Surrey, 

tailor. 1 789. 
Vincent, Jeremiah Kent, of London, 

stickmaker. 1790. 
Vincent, Charles, of Mitcham, Surrey, 

labourer. 1796. 
Virgoe, Edward, of London, tailor. 1 795. 
Virgoe, William, of London, cordwainer. 

1795- 
Vittal, William, bricklayer, s. of William 

Vittal, bricklayer. 17 14. 
Vitell, Edward, bricklayer, s. of William 

Vitell, bricklayer. 1722. 
Vittall, William, of Tunbridge, cordwain- 
er. 1754. 
Vyrle, Thomas, chandler, s. of Robert 

Vyrle, skinner. 1443. 
Vyrle, Richard, chandler, s. of Robert 

Vyrle, pelterer. 1445. 
Vyrle, Henry, tallowchandler, s. of Rich- 
ard Vyrle, chandler. 1476. 
Wachers, John, of St. Lawrence in 

Thanet, s. of Robert Wachers of 

Cant., cordwainer. 1727. 
Waddel, Henry, gent., s. of William 

Waddel, brewer. 1734. 
Wagstaf, Christopher, grocer, s. of Henry 

Wagstaf, grocer. 161 2. 
Waite (Wayte), Peter, tanner, s. of Peter 

Wayte, tanner. 1708. 
Waite, George, silkweaver, s. of George 

VVaite, carpenter. 17 14. 
Waite, William, silkweaver, s. of George 

Waite, carpenter. 1722. 
Waite, John, tallowchandler, s. of Peter 

VVaite, tanner. J 724. 
Waite, Thomas, silkweaver, s. of George 

Waite, carpenter. 1724. 
Wait, Richard, cordwainer, s. of George 

Wait, carpenter. 1737. 
Waite, John, of Twickenham, gardener, 

s. of George Waite, of Cant., car- 
penter. 1 741. 
Waite, Matthew, of Hampton in Middle- 

se,\, gardener, s. of George Waite, 

of Cant., carpenter. 1741. 
Wait, George, the younger, labourer. 1754. 
Wakefeild, John, leatherseller, s. of Simon 

Wakefeild, leatherseller. 1705. 
Waler, John, vintner, s. of Edward Waller, 

goldsmith. 1607. 
Walker, William, s. of Alexander Walker, 

tailor. 1583. 



Walker, Nathaniel, s. of Mr. John Walker, 
a toleration of oneyear granted to, 
in payment by him of ^5, Jan. 30th, 
1702-3. 

Walker, John, of London, baker, s. of 
Nathaniel Walker, of Cant., grocer 
and tallowchandler. 1741. 

Walker, Rest, Joiner, s. of Nathaniel 
Walker, grocer. 1747. 

Walker, William, of Ashford, yeoman. 

1754- 
Wall, Abraham, silkweaver, s. of Edward 

Wall, hempdresser. 1692, 
Wall, Abraham, labourer, s. of Tiiomas 

Wall, cordwainer. 1722. 
Wall, Edward, of London, tailor, s. of 

Thomas Wall, of Cant., cordwainer. 

>734- 
Waller, Edmond, linnendraper, s. of 

Richard Waller. 1577- 
Wanderton, George, vintner, s. of George 

Wanderton, tailor. 1625. 
Wanderton, Isaac, s. of George Wander- 
ton, tailor. 1629. 
Warham, George, cooper, s. of George 

Warham, cooper. 1666. 
Warley, Lee, gent., s. of John VVarley, 

gent. 1736. 
Warleigh, James, butcher, s. of James 

Warleigh, woolcomber. 1741. 
Warlee, John, labourer, s. of James Var- 

lee /^.y/fy, woolcomber. 1741. 
Warlee, James, the younger, husbandman. 

1753- 
Warren, John, the younger, of London, 

bookseller. 1774 

Warren, Joseph, linnenweaver. 1778. 

Warren, James, Junior, watchmaker. 1800. 

Warrener, Matthew, silkweaver, s. of 
Thomas Warrener, clerk. 1608. 

Warwell, Thomas, bricklayer, s. of Tho- 
mas Warwell. 1651. 

Warwell, John, bricklayer, s. of Thomas 
Warwell, bricklayer. 1675. 

Warwell, George, bricklayer, s. of Tho- 
mas Warwell, bricklayer. 1681. 

Warwell, Joseph, bricklayer, s. of Thomas 
Warwell, bricklayer. 1681. 

Warwell, Robert, bricklayer, s. of John 
Warwell, bricklayer. 1708. 

Warwell, Thomas, blacksmith, s. of John 
Warwell, bricklayer. 1708. 

Warwell, John, of Deal, baker, s. of John 
Warwell, of Cant., bricklayer. 1727, 

Washengton, James, tailor, s. of Robert 
Washengton, tailor. 1639. 

Wastilman, Edmund, weaver, s. of William 
Wastilman. 1478. 



89 



OF CANTERBURY. 



90 



Water, William, chaplain, s. of Robert 
Water. 1430. 

Waters, Jonas, s. of Jonas Waters, beer- 
brewer and now of Dover. 1615. 

Waters, Thomas, maltster, s. of Jonas 
Waters, brewer. 1630. 

Waters, Nicholas, brewer, s. of Jonas 
Waters, brewer. 1661. 

Waters, William, of Ashford, husbandman, 
s. of William Waters, of Cant., hus- 
bandman. J 741. 

Wattson, John, apothecary, freeborn. 161 6. 

Watson, William, gent., s. of John Wat- 
son, gent. 1 688. 

Watson, Robert Flatman, of Heme, 
mariner, s. of John Watson, of 
Cant., gent. 1735. 

Watson, Henry, linnenweaver, s. of John 
Watson, gent. 1741. 

Waynflete, Thomas, s. of William Wayn- 
flete, jeweller. 144S- 

Waynflete, Thomas, taverner, s. of 
Thomas Waynflete. 1484. 

Waynflete, Robert, yeoman, s. of Thomas 
Waynflete. 1548. 

Wear, John, of London, grocer and 
tallowchandler, s. of John Wear, of 
Cant., hop-planter. 1741. 

Wear, William, of London, tailor, s. of 
John Wear, of Cant., hop-planter. 

'745- 
Wear, Richard, of London, upholder, s. 
of John Wear, of Cant., hop-planter. 

'747- 
Wear, John, labourer, s. of John Wear, 

cordwainer. 1748. 

Wear, Thomas, glover, s. of John Wear, 
hop-planter. 1752. 

Wear, Thomas, the younger, fellmonger. 
1784. 

Wear, William, baker. 1784. 

Wear, Southee, baker. 1794. 

Webbe, Anthony, mercer, s. of George 
Webbe, Alderman. 1552. 

Webbe, George, mercer, s. of George 
Webbe, Alderman. 1566. 

Webb, Thomas, of Christ Church, Cant., 
labourer, s. of Thomas Webb, tailor. 
1741. 

Webb, John, of Cambridge, gent., s. of 
Thomas Webb, of Cant., tailor. 1753. 

Weeden, James, cordwainer, s. of Nathan- 
iel Weeden, cordwainer. 1741. 

Weeden, William, of Rodmersham, black- 
smith. 1773. 

Welbey, Simon, silkweaver, s. of Simon 
Welbey, silkweaver. 1727. 



Welby, John, silkweaver, s. of Simon 

Welby, silkweaver. 1730. 
Welby, Simon, silkweaver, s. of John 

Welby, silkweaver. 1753. 
Welby, John, silkweaver. 1755. 
Welby, William, perukemaker. 17S6. 
Welby. John Stringer, silkweaver. 1789. 
Welby, Thomas, of London, silkweaver. 

'795- 
Welch, William, woolcomber. 1774. 
Welch, Jones, silkweaver. 1789. 
Wellard, Richard, silkweaver, s. of 

Thomas Wellard, cordwainer. 1733. 
Wellard, Read, bricklayer, s. of John 

Wellard, bricklayer. 1741. 
Wellard, Michael, bricklayer, s. of John 

Wellard, bricklayer. 1744. 
Wellard, William George, of London, 

gent. 1760. 
Wellard, Richard, gardener. 1784. 
Wellard, WilliamGeorge, fellmonger. 1 7S4. 
Wellard, John, of Petham, cordwainer. 

17S9. 
Wellard, William, labourer. 1795. 
Welle, Stephen, tailor, s. of George 

Welle, Alderman. 1582. 
Welles, John, tailor, s. of Roger Welles, 

■558. 
Welles, Anthony, s. of John Welles, 

woollen draper. 1579. 
Wells, John, of Chatham, cooper, s. of 

William Wells, of Cant., bricklayer. 

1710. 
Wells, James, silkweaver, s. of Jacob 

Wells, cordwainer. 1727. 
West, Thomas, carpenter, s. of ALitthew 

West, butcher. 1639. 
West, Matthew, butcher, s. of Thomas 

West, butcher. 1655. 
Whete, John, of Calais, s. of John Whete, 

late of Cant , dyer. 1463. 
Whete, William, luller, s. of John Whete. 

1469. ^ 
Whicker, William, of Chatham, baker. 1790. 
White, John, ironmonger, s. of Stephen 

White, ironmonger. 1593. 
White, Simon, ironmonger, s. of Stephen 

White, ironmonger. 1594. 
White, Thomas, mercer, s. of Stephen 

White, ironmonger. 1606. 
White, Stephen, ironmonger, s. of Step- 
hen White. 1607. 
Whytt, Henry, woollendraper, s. of 

Stephen Whytt. 161 1. 
White, Ralph, apothecary, s. of Stephen 

White, ironmonger. 1628. 
White, Christopher, mercer, s. of Thomas 

White, mercer. 1632. 



91 



FREEMEN 



92 



White, John, gent., s. of Thomas White, 

mercer. 1640. 
White, Thomas, bricklayer, s. of Thomas 

White, bricklayer. 1714- 
W'hite, William, bricklayer, s. of Tliomas 

White, bricklayer. 1722. 
White, Thomas, bricklayer, s. of Thomas 

White, bricklayer. 1 746. 
White, Matthew, bricklayer, s. of William 

White, bricklayer. 1747. 
White, Thomas, papermaker. 1761. 
White, John, cordwainer. 1766. 
White, Thomas, the younger, bricklayer. 

1767. 
White, Charles, labourer. 1773. 
White, Jesse, carpenter. 1780. 
White, John, brickmaker. 1789. 
White, Daniel, grocer. 1791. 
White, Edward, of Westgate, Kent, 

labourer. 1796. 
White, Thomas, cordwainer. 1800. 
Whitfeild, Henry, gent., s. of John Whit- 

feild. 1633. 
Whitfield, John, s. of Henry Whitfield, 

gent. 1661. 
Whitfield, John, gent., s. of John Whit- 
field, gent. 1698. 
WHiitfield, Robert, gent., s. of John 

Whitfield, gent. 1700. 
Whitfield, John, gent., s. of John Whitfield, 

gent. 1720. 
Whitfeild, Wase, of Preston n. Wingham, 

gent. 1 76 1. 
Whitfield, Henry.ofTenterden, gent. 1761. 
Whitfield, John, Esquire. 1761. 
Whitfield, John, of London, gent. 1795. 
Whitfield, Henry Wase, gent.. Lieutenant 

S. Hants Militia. 1796. 
Whiting, William, the younger, woollen- 
draper, s. of William W'hiting, 

Alderman.' 1636. 
Whiting, James, baker, s. of Robert 

Whiting, baker. i74>- 
Whiting, Matthew, baker. 1753. 
Whiting, Robert, labourer. 1773. 
WMiiting, Matthew, the younger, servant. 

1795- 
Whitwey, John, Junior, corvesir, s. of 

John Whitwey, corvesir. 1471. 
Whitwey, Edward, yeoman, s. of John 

Whitwey. 1479- 
Wickham, William, coachman, s. of 

Thomas Wickham, cooper. 1671. 
Wickham, Thomas, carpenter, s. of 

Thomas Wickham. carpenter. 1700. 
W'ickham, William, silkweaver, s. of 

Thomas Wickham, carpenter. 1724. 



Wickham, Thomas, of Faversham, glover, 

s. of Thomas Wickham, of Cant., 

carpenter. 1734. 
Wickham, Abraham, papermaker. 1754. 
Wickham, James, of Dover, papermaker. 

1789. 
Wiggens, William, bricklayer, s. of Paul 

Wiggens, bricklayer. 1650. 
Wiggins, Paul, bricklayer, s. of Paul 

Wiggins, bricklayer. 1707. 
Wiggins, William, bricklayer, s. of Paul 

Wiggins, bricklayer. 1707. 
Wigmore, John, hempdresser, s. of Henry 

Wigmore. 1679. 
Wignall, William Munday, of Faversham, 

labourer. 1789. 
Wilkes, James, joiner, s. of Richard 

Wilkes, joiner. 1639. 
Wilks, Thomas, the younger, silkweaver. 

•754- 

Wilkes, John, silkweaver. 1760. 

Wilkins, Thomas, of Deal, blacksmith, s. 
of Thomas Wilkins, of Cant., black- 
smith. 1722. 

Wilkinson (Wylkynsson), Daniel, gold- 
smith, s. of William Wylkynsson, 
glazier. 1571. 

Wilkenson, Thomas, goldsmith, s. of 
Daniel Wilkenson. 1613. 

Williams (Wyllyams), John, capper, s. of 
John Wyllyams, hackneyman. 1570. 

Wyllyams, Edward, carpenter, s. of Tho- 
mas Wyllyams, clothworker. 1574. 

Wyllyams, John, s. of Nicholas Wyllyams, 
pewterer. 1579. 

Williams, Edward, tailor, s. of Humphrey 
Williams, tailor. i6oz. 

Williams, William, shoemaker, s. of John 
Williams, capper. 1603. 

Williams, John, cordwainer, s. of John 
Williams, bricklayer. 1624. 

Williams, Nicholas, butcher, s. of Nich- 
olas Williams, butcher. 1643. 

Williams, Samuel, butcher, s. of Nicholas 
Williams, butcher. 1650. 

Williams, Thomas, butcher, s. of Nicholas 
Williams, butcher. 1654. 

Williams, Jonathan, butcher, s. of Nicholas 
Williams, butcher. r668. 

Williams, Nicholas, butcher, s. of Nicholas 
Williams, butcher. 1679. 

Williams, Thomas, the younger, butcher, 
s. of [blank] Williams, butcher. 1681. 

Williams, William, baker, s. of Thoma.s 
Williams, butcher. 1687. 

Williams, John, butcher, s. of Samuel 
Williams, butcher. 1692. 



93 



OF CANTERBURY. 



94 



Williams, Nicholas, butcher, s. of Thomas 
Williams, butcher. 1698. 

Williams, John, turner, s. of John Will- 
iams, turner. 1704. 

Williams, Thomas, turner, s of John 
Williams, turner. 1714. 

Williams, William, labourer, s. of John 
Williams, turner. 1714- 

Williams, Nicholas, labourer, s. of Nich- 
olas Williams, butcher. 1722. 

Williams, Thomas, butcher, s. of Thomas 
Williams, butcher. 1722. 

Williams, William, butcher, s. of Thomas 
Williams, butcher. 1724. 

Williams, William, of Ash, yeoman, s. of 
John Williams, of Cant., turner. 1733. 

Williams, John, of Sandwich, tailor, s. of 
John Williams, of Cant., turner. 1 741 . 

Williams, John, labourer, s. of John 
Williams, carpenter. 1747. 

Williams, Walter, of Upper Hardres, 
yeoman. 1753. 

Williams, William, labourer. 1753. 

Williams, John, the younger, labourer. 
1760. 

Willmott, Thomas, cordwainer, s. of Jar- 
vice Willmott, hackneyman. 1672. 

Willoughby, John, tobaccopipe maker, 
s. of Robert Willoughby, cordwainer. 
1698. 

Willsdeu, Thomas, tallowchandler, s. of 
Abraham Willsden, tallowchandler. 

'743- 

Wilsden, Thomas, the younger, cord- 
wainer. 1774. 

Wilsden, Abraham, of Folkestone, baker. 
1789. 

Wilsden, John, cordwainer. 1800. 

Wilsden, Thomas Crispen, of Chatham, 
cordwainer. 1800. 

Wilson, Edward, of Sandwich, timber 
broker, s. of Edward Wilson, of 
Cant., timber broker. i734- 

Winbolt, Thomas, of Southgate, Middle- 
sex, clerk. 1796. 

Winford, William, silkweaver, s. of William 
Winford, silkweaver. 1722. 

Winford, Benjamin, cordwainer, s. of 
Jacob Winford, woolcomber. 1727. 

Winford, John, of London, silkweaver, s. 
of William Winford, of Cant., silk- 
weaver. 1727. 

Winford, William, silkweaver. 1753. 

Winford, Robert, of London, silkweaver. 

•754- 
Winslow, Zachariah Kingsford, of Than- 
ington, yeoman. 1767. 



Winter (Wyntcr), George, s. of John 
Wynter. 1533. 

Winter, James, woolcomber, s. of Henry 
Wmter, woolcomber. 1733. 

Wood (Wode), John, mercer, s. of 
Thomas Atwode (sic), now INIayor of 
Cant. 14S0. 

Wood, Thomas, tailor, s. of Thomas 
Wood, musicianer. 1582. 

Wood, John, baker, s. of Richard Wood, 
1631. 

Wood, Thomas, bricklayer, s. of Thomas 
Wood, bricklayer. 1722. 

Wood, Robert, of Ashford, grocer, s. of 
Robert Wood, of Cant., grocer. 1727. 

Wood, Michael, of Maidstone, butcher, s. 
of IMichael Wood, of Cant., tallow- 
chandler. 1734. 

Wood, Richard, of Chatham, bricklayer, 
s. of Thomas Wood, of Cant., brick- 
layer. 1734. 

Wood, Daniel, of Sedlescombe in Susse.x, 
butcher, s. of iNIichael Wood, of 
Cant., grocer and tallow-chandler. 
1741. 

Wood, William, oi Last Greenwich, 
carpenter. 1754- 

Wood, Charles, of Woolwich, labourer. 
1768. 

Wood, James, gardener. 1789. 

Wood, Francis, labourer. 1789. 

Woodcock, James, the younger, black- 
smith. 1774. 

Woodcock, William, of Oxford, music 
master. 1790. 
' Worsley, Robert, the younger, of Wing- 
ham, glazier and plumber. 1774. 

Worsley, Thomas, of fthirgate, saddler. 

'774- 
Wotteghe,William, s.of WilliamWotteghe, 

tailor. 1415. 
Wotton, William, chalunwcaver, s. of 

Richard Wotton. 1439. 
Wraighte, George, clothworker, s. of John 

Wraighte, clothworker. 1639. 
Wraith, Stephen, collarmaker, s. of Nich- 
olas Wraith, innkeeper. 1642. 
Wreight, Thomas, maltster, s. of Thomas 

Wreight, brewer. 1671. 
Wreight, John, victualler, s. of Steplien 

Wreight, collarmaker. 1674. 
Wray, William, carpenter, s. of William 

Wray, carpenter. 1694. 
Wright, William, furbysshour, s. of John 

Wright, furbishor. 1469. 
Wryght, Philip, capper, s. of Thomas 

Wryght, capper. 1579- 



95 



FREEMEN 



96 



v/ Wright, John, capper, s. of Thomas 
Wright, capper. 1582. 
Wybrovv, Thomas, silkweaver. 1758. 
Wybrow, WiUiam, of London, cordwainer. 

1790. 
Wibrow, Thomas, hairdresser. 1793. 
Wyeldboore, William, apothecary, s. of 

Jerome Wyeldboore. 1560. 
Wyner, John, s. of Laurence Wyner, 
clothier. 1426. 
\y Wyn, Thomas, s. of Robert Wyn, Alder- 
man. 1612. 
^ Wynn, Peter, gent., s. of Robert Wynn, 
Alderman. 1626. 
VVyse, Robert, gent., s. of Henry Wyse, 
gent. 1470. 
V Young (Yunge), Nicholas, tailor, s. of 

John Yunge. 1569. 
^ Yonge, John, grocer, s. of Nicholas 

Yonge, woollendraper. 1607. 
^ Young, John, baker, s. of William Young, 
baker. 1632. 
^ Young, Thomas, husbandman, s. of 
Thomas Young, innkeeper. 1634 
Young, George, apothecary, s. of Mr. 
George Young, now sheriff of this 
city. 1 644. 



Young, William, miller, s. of Henry 

Young, tailor. 1647. 
Young, Benjamin, s. of George Young, 

apothecary. 1661. 
Young, William, tailor, s. of John Young, 

baker. 1673. 
Young, Thomas, gardener, s. of Richard 

Young, baker. 1675. 
Young, Thomas, silkweaver, s. of Thomas 

Young. 1685. 
Younge, Richard, grocer, s. of Thomas 

Younge, gardener. i697. 
Younge, William, tailor, s. of William 

Younge, tailor. 1698. 
Younge, Nicholas, tailor, s. of John 

Younge, tailor. 1704. 
Younge, John, tailor, s. of John Younge, 

tailor. 1705. 
Young, William, of Chislet, clerk, s. of 

Thomas Young, gardener. 1708. 
Young, John, of Chatham, shipwright, s. 

of Thomas Young, of Cant., gardener. 

1710. 
Young, Thomas, victualler, s. of Nicholas 

Y'oung, tailor. 1734. 
Young, John, silkweaver. 1767. 
Young, Edward, Junior, of London, 

silkweaver. 1768. 



PART II. 



jfreetnen b^ /Iftaidage. 



Abbot, Christopher, clothier=Katherine, 

d. of John Mercer, innkeeper. 1646. 
Abbott, John, of the Precincts, Cant., 

cabinetmaker. 1786. 
Abdele, William=Alice, d. of Thomas 

Atwode. 1477. 
Acock, William, labourer. i794-_ 
Adams, William, cordwainer=Elizabeth, 

d. of Thomas Gold, cordwainer. 1744. 
Adams, Thomas, labourer. 1789. 
Adkinson, Richard, tailor=Ehzabeth, d. 

of John Heyman, watchmaker. 17 14. 
Agar, Moses, gent., Alderman=Elizabeth, 

d. of Edward Fendall, Alderman. 

1710. 
Agar, Edward, gent.=Ann, d. of Edward 

Wilson, lathcleaver. 1734. 
Ao-ar, John, of Elham, husbandman = 

Elizabeth, d. of John Upton, of 

Cant., hempdresser. 1734. 
Aggar, John, of Minster in Sheppy, 

victualler. 1761. 
Aishworth, Edmond, tailor=Alice, d. of 

George JeftVy. 1 5 7 1 . 
Akehurst, Jonas, clothworker=Ursula, d. 

of Henry Doggerell, currier. 1643. 
Albery, James, cobbler=I\Iargery, d. of 

Robert Lee, capper. 1607. 
Alcester, Thomas, corvcsir= Isabella, d. 

of John Chesman. 1403- 
Ale.xander, Richard, clothworker=Eliz- 

abeth, d. of Timothy Wentford, 

clothworker. 1629. 
Alexander, Edmund, of Rotherhithe, rope- 

maker=Mary, d. of Thomas Cole, of 

Cant., carpenter. 1741- 
Allanson, William, of London, watchcase 

maker. 1795- 



Allen(Aleyn;, Richard, goldsmith=Alice, 
d. of Thomas Mounte, tailor. 1408. 

Aleyn, Hugh, draper=Joan, d. of John 
Coke, smith. 1448. 

Allen, Thomas, gardener=Sibell, d. of 
John .Shingler, gardener. 1635. 

Allen, Michael, yeoman=Mildred, d. of 
John Simpson, Alderman. 1662. 

Allen, Francis, of Maidstone, watchmaker. 
1768. 

Allen, William, of Christ Church, Cant., 
perukemaker. 1794. 

Allen, William, of London, weaver. 1795. 

Ally, Samuel, husbandman=Sarah d. of 
Thomas Tuck. 1734. 

Alson, William, smith=Mary, d. of Will- 
iam Cooke, carpenter. 1709. 

Amos, Manasses, yeoman^Anne, d. of 
Gilbert Powell, tailor. 1637. ' 

Anchor, Isaac, silkweaver. 1760. Dis- 
franchised a month later, as his wife 
died long before he took up his 
freedom. 

Anderson, Joseph, butcher. 1786. 

Andrewes, Mr. Samuel, clerk, =Deborah, 
d. of Thomas Harte, woollendraper. 
1645- 

Andrews, John, of London, lighterman = 
Elizabeth, d. of Andrew Monrowe, 
of Cant., cordwainer. 1749. 

Andrews, Henry, labourer. 1766. 

Anslow, George, grocer=Dorothy, d. of 
William Dale. 1694. 

Anslow, Joseph, butcher=Jane, d. of 
John Johncock, cordwainer. 1722. 

Anste, Stephen, Private in Somerset 
Militia. 1796. 



99 



FREEMEN 



100 



Appleby, Thomas, of London, gent. 

1761. 
Aras, John, mercer=Anne, d. of Thomas 

Goore. J 547. 
Armand, Phihp, of London, weaver^ 

Anne, d. of John Chick, of Cant., 

weaver. 1750. 
Arnold, Henry, of Chatham, shipwright= 

Wary, d. of James Cheever, glover. 

1693. 
Ashbee, Richard, of Heme, yeoman. 

1796. 
Ashley, William, labourer. 1773- 
Ashton, Thomas, tailor^ Anne, d. of John 

Gilbert, baker. 1740. 
Atkynsson, John, pavior^Elenor, d. of 

Jerham Wyelbore, linnen draper. 

1569. 
Atte Welle, Thomas, webb=Sara, d. of 

Richard Martyn. 1409-10. 
Atwood, Thomas, pattenmaker. 1780. 
Aiicher, Nicholas, bricklayer= Sarah, d. 

of Richard Boycot, bricklayer. 1685. 
Auncell, Stephen, of Northlane, fuller^ 

Alice, d. of William Bele. 1483- 
Austen, Richard, yeoman=Sarah, d. of 

Richard Mockett, joiner. 1708. 
Austen, Richard, bre\ver=Katharine, d. 

of John Burgis, blacksmith. 17 15. 
Austin, John, victualler=Elizabeth, d. of 

John Horsey, tanner. 1726. 
Austin, Thomas, labourer=Susanna, d. of 

John Upton, hempdresser. 1733- 
Austen, lohn, wheelwright^ Mary, d. of 

John Brattle, blacksmith. 1736. 
Austin, William, carpenter:=Elizabeth, d. 

of Henry Casey, joiner. 1737. 
Austen, John, gent. =Mary,d. of Nathaniel 
* Huise, ironmonger. 1741. 

Austrey, Jederiah, of London, silkweaver 

==Anne, d. of Thomas Sherewood, 

silkweaver. 1705. 
Aylett, William, printer=Anne, d. of 

Richard Lane, barber. 1727. 
Back, Henry, carpenter. 1759. 
Badcock, William, of Heme, cordwainer 

=Anne, d. of William Waddell, of 

Cant., cordwainer. 1705. 
Badcock, William, carpenter=Anne, d. 

of John Galer, victualler. 1732. 
Bailey (Bayly), Stephen, baker= Sarah, d. 

of John Matthews, pavior. 170S. 
Baily, William, of London, woolcomber 

= Margaret d. of Thomas Fleete, of 

Cant., cordwainer. 1741. 
Bailey, John, silkweaver. 1767. 
Bailey, Henry, silkweaver. 1773. 



Baker, Nicholas, = Agnes, d. of John 

Shcldwich, Senior. 14 10. 
Baker, Nicholas, draper=Joan, d. of 

John Wynter. 1454. 
Baker, Edward=Ann, d. of Stephen 

Saer. 1621. 
Baker, Walter, gent. " Pd. only £z in 

respect he married Mary, d. of 

William Clegatt one of y"" com. 

couiisell of this citty." 1635. 
Baker, John, labourer==Margaret, d. of 

Thomas Williams, butcher. 1714- 
Baker, John, of Dover, baker=Anne, d. 

of John I^uck, of Cant., mercer. 

1749. 
Baker, Thomas, ot Deal, gent.=EliEa- 

beth, d. of Charles Knowler, of 

Cant., apothecary. 1751. 
Baker, Henry, late of Deal, but now of 

Cant., coachmaster. 1785. 
Baker, William, of Sittingbourne, yeo- 
man. 1788. 
Baker, Robert, plumber. 1789. 
Baker, Thomas, of Seasalter, mariner. 

1790. 
Baker, John, of Holy Cross, Cant., 

painter and glazier. 1792. 
Bakerleg, Richard, cordwainer=Eve, d. 

of Roger Strevens, wheelwright. 

'73+- 
Baldwin (Bawden), Giles, yeoman=Joan, 

d. of Thomas Belsey, smith. 158;. 
Balden, William, grocer=Mary, d. of 

Richard Wood, baker. 1617. 
Baldwin, Robert, woollendraper=Martha, 

d. of Thomas Chandler, butcher. 

1661. 
Balgay, William. glover^Margaret, d. of 

Andrew Russell, Notary. 1472. 
Balsar, William, of North lane, tanner= 

Joan, d. of Andrew Goff. 1481. 
Bame, Peter, silkweaver= Hester, d. of 

Thomas Goldhatch, wheelwright. 

1699. 
Band, Richard, clothworker^Martha, d. 

of Simon Beverton. 1624. 
Banfield, Thomas, tailor=Mildred, d. of 

John Smith, scrivener. 1658. 
Banfeild, George, grocer=Mary, d. of 

William Hunt, innholder. 1729. 
Banks, John, glazier and plumber^Fran- 

ces, d. of Thomas Caister, glazier 

and plumber. 1735. 
Banks, Robert, of Dover, butcher. i7bs. 
Barbor, Nicholas, butcher=Joan, d. of 

John Picare. 1398. 
Barber, John, of Thanington, labourer. 

1760. 



ini 



OF CANTERBURY. 



102 



Barber, Samuel, of Dover, mariner. 1765. 
Barclay, George, of London, cordwainer. 

1796. 
Barham, James, tailor=!\Iartha, d. of 

Thomas Webb, tailor. 1749. 
Barcker, Thomas, shoemaker=Agnes, d. 

of Cornelius Gosson, joiner. 1577- 
Barker, John, of Sandwich, feltmaker^ 

Wary, d. of William Kittham, tailor. 

'705- 
Barley, William, fletcher=Katherine, d.of 

Jerome Oxynbridge. 1568. 
Barloe, John, of London, silkweaver= 

Susan, d. of Thomas Gill, of Cant., 

butcher. 1715. 
Barnes, George, silkweaver. 1769. 
Barnett, Henry, victualler. 1762. 
Barr, John, butcher=i^lizabeth, d. of 

Anthony Rookes, butcher. 1707. 
Barr, John, soldier, 7th Light Dragoons 

1800. 
Barrett, Paul, apothecary^iMary, d. of 

Thomas Noble, cordwainer 17 19. 
Barrett, William, of Westminster, gent= 

Ann, d. of Robert Wood, of Cant., 

maltster. 173+. 
Barrowe, Arnold=Elizabeth, d.of George 

Webb, Alderman. 1578. 
Barrs, Edward, of Buckland n. Dover, 

husbandman. 175+. 
Bartlett, John, labourer. 1774- 
Barton, John. cordwainer^Ellen, d. of 

AbrahamGouldsbrough, joiner. 1 693. 
Barton, John, of London, luinendraper. 

1772. 
Barwick, John, grocer. 1767. [Admitted 

previously by purchase.] 
Bassuck, Edward, cloth\vorker=Dorothy, 
,d. of William Burton, baker. 1625. 
Batchelor, John, of Sittingbourne, gent. 

=Elizabeth, d. of John Kirk, of 

Cant., grocer. 1734. 
Bateman, John, carpenter. iSoo. 
Bates, William, bricklayer. 1757. 
Batt, Thomas, tallow-chandler. 1763. 
Batt, William, of Hampstead, Middlcse.K, 

cordwainer. 1768. 
Ba.xley, John, labourer=;\Iary, d. of John 

Taylor, carpenter. 1727. 
Baxster, Symon=Joan, d. of VN'illiam 

Gere. 1505. 
Bazely, Henry, Esquire, Captain in His 

Majesty's Navy. 1796. 
Beale, Anthony, currier^Elizabeth, d. of 

Robert Churcher, currier. 1672. 
Beames. Robert, cordwainer=Mary, d. 
'of Robert Thompson, haberdasher. 

1648. 



Bean, John, brickla3-er=Elizabeth, d. of 
John Chittenden, butcher. 1722. 

Bean, William, tailor^Sarah, d. of Tho- 
mas Church. 1727. 

Beanfith, John=Alice, d. of John Bram- 
lyng, corvesir. 1445. 

Beard, Richard, victualler. 1771. 

Beauchampe, Daniel, Jun.,, heelmaker= 
Mercy, d. of John Hickes, cord- 
wainer. 1694. 

Beauchamp, John, of Margate, labourer. 
1768. 

Beaumont, Matthew, victualler=;\Iary, d. 
of Robert Railton, saddler. 1719. 

Beket, Robert=Sara, d. of John Bosyng- 
ton, pewterer. 1405. 

Beckett, William, carpenter. 1795. 

Bedel, John, s. of Thomas Bedel, gold- 
smith^Isabell, d. of George Molash, 
goldsmith. 1405. 

Bedford, John, labourer= Margaret, d. 
of Thomas White, bricklayer. 1737- 

Bedo, John, of Hythe, grazier^Anne, d. 
of Gabriel SafTory, of Cant., cord- 
wainer. 1 74 1. 

Beecham, James, sawyer. 1794. 

Beechen, Richard, labourer. 1796. 

Beere, John, gent.^Elizabeth, d. of 
Robert Alcocke, Esquire. 1599. 

Belke, Thomas, gent.=Elizabcth, d. of 
John Flackton, brewer. 1630. 

Bellowes, William, shoemaker=Bennet, 
d. of Thomas May. 1614. 

Belsey, Charles, silkweaver=Jane, d. of 
John Cox, silkweaver. 1731. 

Bennet (Benet), William, pattenmaker,= 
Joan, d. of William Hogge, mason. 
1466. 

Bennet, James, shoemaker=Agnes, d. of 
Roger May, sometime clothworker. 

1570- 
Bennett, Edward, yeoman=Joan, d. of 

Michael Bland. 1620. 
Bennet, Benjamin, tail()r=:EIizabeth, d. 

ofWilliam Parker, husbandman. 1739. 
Bennetot, John, labourer. 1780. 
Benshin, Anthony, labourer=Elizabeth, 

d. of John Matthews, pavior. 1708. 
Benskin, William, of Dover, victualler. 

1800. 
Bentley, Thomas, of Whitstable, dredger. 

1768. 
Bernes, Richard, brazier=Joan, d. of 

Jiihn Peny, mason, & Joan his wife, 

d. of Richard Pctham. i43'- 
Berry, Thomas, glover=Sybil, d. of 

Thomas Lyon, smith. 1602. 



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FREEMEN 



104 



Berry, John, husbandman=Mary, d. of 

John Bucke, tailor. 1640. 
Berry, John, linnendraper. 1778. 
Best, Nicholas, cooper=Joan, d. of Bell 

White. 1606. 
Best, John, labourer. 1769. 
Bettison, Samuel, of London, perfumer. 

.787. 
Beverstock, William, weaver=Mabella, d. 

of John Smith, millener. 1678. 
Biles, John, of Margate, victualler. 1768. 
Billing (Byllyng), Walter, canmaker= 

Juan, d. of Thomas Grenhelle of 

Throwley. 14' 5- 
Billing, Nathaniel, cordwainer=Mary d. 

of Samuel Ferryer. 1624. 
Binge, John, smith=Hester, d. of Abra- 
ham Davies, smith. 1612. 
Bing, Le Grand, silkweaver. 1774- 
Birch, John, of Minster in Thanet, linnen 

weaver. 1760. 
Bird, Thomas, of Milton, Buckingham- 
shire. 1796. 
Bishop, Thomas, of Lynstead, labourer. 

1767. 
Bishop, John, victualler. 1768. 
Bishop, William, of Dover, tailor. 1795. 
Bissaker, John, of Wingham, innholder= 

ElizaJDeth, d. of Thomas Nash, of 

Cant., joiner. 1705. 
Bissenden, George, labourer. 1767. 
Blackenbury, John, of Deal, gent.=Mary, 

d. of Charles Knowler, of Cant., 

apothecary. 1740. 
Blackman, John, maltster= Frances, d. of 

John Johncock, cordwainer. i6gi. 
Blagden, Christopher, of London, distiller 

=Elizabeth, d. of John Burden of 

Cant., maltster. 1734. 
Blanchar, Isaac, of the Precincts, Cant., 

tailor. 1754. 
Blanchet, Noah,silkweaver^Elizabeth, d. 

of Joseph Booth, grazier. 1741. 
Bla.\land, Richard, hop planter=Sarah, d. 

of Robert Gilpin, tailor. 1721. 
Blight, Thomas, labourer=]\Iary, d. of 

John Eastman. 1655. 
Blinstone, Joseph, victualler=Margaret, 

d. of Henry Blyth, sawyer. 1724. 
Blossom, John, yeoman=Agnes, d. of 

Hugh Alleyn. 1475. 
Blunden, Thomas, shoemaker^Emlyn, d. 

of Hugh Bocay, hackneyman. 1594. 
Blunden. Ralph, apothecary = Mary, d. of 

William Cook, miller. 1734. 
Blunden, Thomas, of Nackington, liair- 

dresser. 1785. 



Body, Adam=Cristina, d. of Walter 

Frogenale. 1431. 
Bogg, John, taverner=Katherine, d. of 

John Hardris, shearman. 1403. 
Boghurst, Richard,ofFrindsbury, yeoman. 

1790. 
Bolde, Henry, clerk=Isabella, d. of John 

Lynde. 1400. 
Bonde, Thomas, saddler=Joan, d. of 

John Spycer. 1427. 
Bond, Henry, of Chatham, labourer. 1 768. 
Bone, Richard, shoemaker=Tabitha, d. 

of Thomas Newton, weaver. 1607. 
Bonnick, William, of Chatham, dredger. 

1754- 
Bonyngton, William=Christina,d.ofJohn 

Cherche. 1424. 
Booth, Hugh, mercer^oan, d. of 

Thomas Lymyter. 1576. 
Booth, Joseph, maltster^Elisheba, d. of 

Jeremy Rumfield, tailor. 1684. 
Borain, John, victualler=Elizabeth, d. of 

Robert Nye, gardener. 1730. 
Boree, James, silkweaver. 1765. 
Borell, William, grocer=Joan, d. of 

Nicholas Baker. 1484. 
Borringham, William, of London, cord- 
wainer. 17^7. 
Bottom, Thomas, silkweaver. 1767. 
Bourne, (Borne), Raynold, carpenter^ 

Anne, d. of James Gaskyn, mercer. 

1572- 
Bourne, William, of Sheerness, gunner. 

1766. 
Bover, Charles, of London, silkweaver= 

Elizabeth, d. of [blank] Aucher, of 

Cant., cordwainer. 1727. 
Bowles, John, smith^Elizabeth, d. of 

Anthony Brown, baker. 1747- 
Bowles, Laurence, of Birchington, gent. 

1760. 
Bowran, Thomas, of London, glass- 
grinder. 1768. 
Bo.x, William, a soldier in the 4th Regt. 

of Dragoons. 1771. 
Bo.x, Thomas, of London, silkweaver. 

'795- 
Boyden, William=Margery, d. of Thomas 

Pulford. 141 2. 
Boyle, Joseph, of Sheerness, gunner. 

'754- 
Boyle, William, cordwainer. J7S9. 
Boys, William, carpenter=Elizabeth, d. 

of Paul Skilton, linnenweaver. 1712. 
Brabson, John, tailor=Anne, d. of 

Anthony Knyght, Alderman. 1543- 
Braddin, Thomas, Sergeant in the Marines. 

'795- 



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106 



Bradley, John, baker. iSoo. 

Bradshaw, James, tailor=Aiin, d. of 

William Lewes, tailor. 1624. 
Bragge, Nicholas, gent.=Elizabeth, d. of 

Matthew Goodhewe, gent. 1611. 
Bramston, John, tailor^Ursula, d. of 

John Bradley. 15+3. 
Branch, John, of Chartham, fuller^ Anne, 

d. of Thomas Jolley, of Cant., malt- 
ster. 1722. 
Bray, John=Joan, d. of John Gate. i+og. 
Bredkyrk, Thomas, yeoman =[a] d. of 

William Atwell. 15+3. 
Bremer, Nicholas, goldsmith=Anne, d. 

of Thomas Calowe. 1547. 
Brent, Roger^a d. of Edward Dorant. 

'459- 

Brerton, John=Agnes, d. of William 
Lad. 1397. 

Brett, Thomas, husbandman=Margarct, 
d. of John Rogers, wheelwright. 1 705. 

Brett, John, labourer. 1789. 

Brett, Thomas, of Deal, mariner. 1790. 

Brickell, John Henry, of Dover, ginger- 
bread baker. 1789. 

Bridge, George, tailor^=Anne, d. of John 
Penne, innholder. 1609. 

Bridge, Samuel, tailor^Frances, d. of 
Thomas Coleman, grocer. 1696. 

Bridgis, Henry, joiner^Bennet, d. of 
John Abbott. 1568. 

Bridges, John, writing master= Martha, 
d. of John Lane, maltster. i747- 

Briese, John=Lora, d. of Thomas Bun- 
tyng. 1406. 

Brigges, Anthony, blacksmith=Margery, 
d. of William Battersby, hackney- 
man. 1614. 

Bright (Bryght), John, tailor=Agnes, d. 
of Stephen Guston. 1567. 

Brinkley, William, of London, watch- 
maker. 1768. 

Brissenden, Samuel, of Hollingbourne, 
labourer. 1796. 

Bristow, Richard, of Rochester, gent. 
175+- 

Broadbridge, George, of Favcrsham, gin- 
gerbread baker. 1795. 

Broderip, William, of the Precincts, Cant., 
clerk. 1761. 

Bromley, Simon, of Sheerness, blacksmith 
=Elizabeth, d. of William Rook, of 
Cant., butcher. 1744. 

Brooks, Thomas, cutler=£lizabeth, d. of 
Paul Crippen, bricklayer. 1727. 

Brough, William, of tlie Royal Artillery. 
1800. 



Brown (Broun), Robert, gent.=Joan, d. 

ofJohnLynde. 1454. 
Browne, James, tailor=.-\nne, d. of Her- 
man Verson. 1583. 
Browne, Michael, carpenter=Katherine, d. 

of Stephen Giles, cordwainer. 1636. 
Brown, John, wine cooper=Anne, d. of 

Thomas Tressar, Alderman. 1665. 
Brown, Stephen, grocer=Katherine, d. of 

John PUkington, plumber. 1677. 
Browne. John, labourer=Elizabeth, d. of 

Henry Rust, silkweaver. 1718. 
Brown, Bowman, of London, coal dealer 

=Susan, d. of Peter CoUyan, of 

Cant., papermaker. 1747. 
Brown, William, basketmaker. 1771. 
Brownyng, Roger, draper=Margery, d. 

of Walter Frogenale. 1420. 
Bryant, John, tailor=Elizabeth, d. of 

Richard Pettet. 1618. 
Bryant, John, woolcomber. 1770. 
Brydon, Robert., of Dover, bookseller. 

'773- 
Buckmaster, Joseph, gent.=Elizabeth, d. 

of John Penny, husbandman. 1680. 
Buddie, John, husbandman. 1768. 
Budds, Richard, carpenter=Elizabeth, d. 

of John Miles, bricklayer. 1721. 
Buffery, Samuel, whitesmith=Mar)-, d. of 

John George, labourer. 1738. 
Bull, John, tailor. 1769. 
Bullock, Henry, silkweaver=Ann, d. of 

John Chantrey. 16S1. 
Bullyng, Thomas=iMargaret, d. of William 

Robyn, pistor. 1407. 
Bunce, Henry, of Eastchurch in Sheppy, 

husbandman=EIizabeth, d. of John 

Gaier, of Cant., victualler. 1727. 
Bunce, James, baker. 1765. 
Bunce, Cyprian Rondeau, gent. 1777. 
Bunyear, John, carpenter. 1756. 
Burchard, Richard, tailor=Agnes, d. of 

John Nayler. 1530. 
Burcke, Henry, labourer=Mary, d. of 

Nicholas Williams, butcher. 1695. 
Burden, Daniel, of London, silkweaver. 

'754- 
Burges, John, )'eoman=Alice, d. of 

Laurence Soper, butcher. 1489. 
Burges, John, labourer=Elizabeth, d. of 

William Hoskins, currier. 1708. 
Burnby, John, tailor=Katherine, d. of 

Matthew West, butcher. 1695. 
Burnett, John, gent.=Sarah, d. of Maxi- 

millian Foster. 1681. 
Burton, Thomas, of .Maidstone, limber- 
merchant. I 7b I. 



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108 



Busbrida;e, John, of London, cordvvainer. 

lySq. 
Busby. William, shopkeeper. 1799. 
Biishell, lohn, of Wliitstable, dredger= 

Anne, d. of Thomas Radford of 

Cant., butcher. '7+7- 
Busher, lohn, tanner=Ann, d. of Peter 

Johnson, cordwainer. 1689. 
Butcher, Osmund, collarmaker=Margaret, 

i!. of Richard Arundell, collarmaker. 

1606. 
Butch er, John, of Wye, yeoman=Margaret, 

d. of Stephen Buckhirst, of Cant., 

grocer. 1715- 
Butcher, George, of London, corduainer. 

1760. 
Butler, Richard, of London, shipvvright= 

Hester, d. of Walter Jones, of Cant., 

cordwainer. 1727. 
Butter, John, cordwainer. 1789. 
Butteris. Francis, currier=Mary, d. of 

William Warre, shoemaker. 1 640. 
Butterice, Thomas, of Deal, thatcher. 

'753- 
Byers, James, of London, tallow chandler. 

1761. 
Bygge, Henry=Isabell, d. of Alexander 

Atte Ford. 1393- 
Bygge, John, yeoman=a d. of Henry 

Bygges, butcher. 14+0. 
Byker, Laurence, brewer=.\lice, d. of 

Richard Locas. 1477. 
Caddell, John, dredger. 1765. 
Cadman, Charles, cordwainer^ Elizabeth, 

d. of Philip Jarman, tanner. 1708. 
Calvert, William, victualler=Elizabeth, d. 

of John Upton, cordwainer. 1722. 
Cannon, Richard, haberdasher=Joan, d. 

of Daniel Wilkynsonne, goldsmith. 

1595- 
Canteys, Williani=Agnes, d. of Robert 

Pot. 1403. 
Cantis, Samuel, of London, silkweaver. 

1789. 
Cantwell, Garet, of St. Dunstan's Cant., 

cordwainer=Martha, d. of Richard 

Cockett, of Cant., butcher. 1727. 
Cantwell, John, cordwainer. 1789. 
Carder, Thomas, yeoman=Elizabeth, d. 

of Nicholas Wraith, victualler. 1635. 
Carey, John, of Sheerness, shipwright. 

'77+- 
Carpynter, John, alias Ingram=Eleanor, 

d. of William Cheeld. 1489. 
Carre, Thomas, shoemaker= Rebecca, d. 

of Stephen Thatcher. 1600. 
Carr, Samuel, bricklayer=Mary, d. of 

Henry Rogers, cordwainer. 1705. 



Carter, Simon, basketmaker=Elizabeth, 

d. of John Spicer. basketmaker. 1653. 
Carter, James, victualler. 1775. 
Carter, John, of Sandwich, draper. 1800. 
Casev, Thomas, baker=Anne, d. of 

Isaiah Parker, innholder. 1697. 
Castel, John, butcher=Joan, d. of Tho- 
mas Cell (?). 1406. 
Castle, Philip, of London, confectioner. 

i75<5- 
Castleman, Nicholas, butcher=Mary, d. 

of Thomas Williams, butcher. 1 687. 
Caibery, John, brewer=Isabel, d. of John 

Loy, Sen. 145 i. 
Catchmead, John, upholster=;Mary, d. of 

John Castle, tailor. 1674. 
Caxton, John, mercer=Isabella, d. of 

Hamon Belc. 1481. 
Caysier, Thomas, pluii)ber=Anna, d. of 

John Parker, grocer. 1702 
Ceego, William, butcher=Dorothy, d. of 

George Russell, tailor. 1612. 
Chalk, William, linnendraper. 1797. 
Chamberleyn, John, vintner=Agnes, d. of 

Henry Byggs. 1418. 
Chamberleyn, Richard, glover=Agnes, d. 

of William Gere. 15 14. 
Chambers, Edmond, millener=Anne, d. 

of ( jeorge Young, apothecary. 1641. 
Chambers, William, of Selling, gent.= 

Susanna, d. of Robert Gibbs of 

Cant., haberdasher of hats. ' 1720. 
Champenez, Roger, of London, girdler= 

Joan, d. of Hugh Flyccher. 1448. 
Chandler, John, silkweavei=Elizabeth, d. 

of Arthur Russell, labourer. 1741. 
Chant, Tobias, labourer=Elizabeth, d. of 

John Cooper, papermaker. 1747. 
Chapman, John, draper=Alice, d. of 

Timmas Hogg. 141 o. 
Chappman, Thomas, grocer=Anne, d. of 

Christopher Bridges. 1599. 
Chapman, John, of Faversham, dredger=-- 

Ann, (i. of Jacob Winlord, of Cant., 

labourer. 1734. 
Chapman, John, of Hackini;ton, labourer. 

■'785. 
Chapman, Daniel, drummer, 13th Regt. 

of F'oot. 1796. 
Charles, James, tailor=Elizabeth, d. of 

John Johncock, cordwainer. 1732. 
Charles, Samuel, of London, brushmaker. 

'795- 
Charlton, Edward, gent. = Elizabeth, d. of 

John Barham, barber. 1710. 
Charossin, Peter, silkweaver. 1760. 
Charosin. John, silkweaver. 17S0. 



109 



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110 



Cheeseman, John, butcher=Jane, d. of 

John Stokes, joiner. 1671. 
Cheeseman, Stephen, carpenter=!\Iary, d. 

of John Wickham, carpenter. 1681. 
Chester, John, of Rochester, coachman. 

1794. 
Cheston, Richard, taiIor=Elizabeth, d. 

of Robert Hardes, barber. 1630. 
Chevenyng, John, mercer=Joan, d. of 

Roger Muhvode, of Cant., mercer. 

1469. 
Chever, Richard=Katharine, d. of John 

Willyams, capper. 161 2. ^ 

Chilman, Jolin, grocer=Elizabeth, d. of ! 

Francis Maplisden, grocer. 1650. I 
Church, John, clothier=Sarah, d. of John 

Fagge, cluthijir. 1^54. i 

Church, Thomas, husbandman=Sarah, d. 

of John Twyman, clothworker. 1704. j 
Church, Richard. victualler=Elizabeth, ! 

d. of Stephen Blashland, clothworker. 

1706. 
Churcher, John, currier=Mary, d. of 

Thomas Claringbould, shoemaker. 

1642. 
Churchman (Chyrcheman), Nicholas, 

haberdasher=.-\gnes, d. of Wilham 

Poynaunt. HS''- 
Churchward, John, of Chatham, Esqr. 

1761. 
Clare, John, carpenter=Mary, d. of Tho- 
mas Allen, gardener. 1668. 
Claringbole, Thomas, silkweaver=;\Iar- 

garet, d. of Ralph Aldredge, tailor. 

1695- 
Claringbull, Thomas, of Wingham, la- 
bourer. 1789. 
Claringbold, Abraham, of Patrixbourne, 

labourer. 1794. 
Claris, Isaiah, silkweaver. 1761. 
Claris, John, of London, pattern drawer. 

1770. 
Clarck, .Abraham, tailor=01yve, d. of 

lohn Awger, shoemaker. 1576. 
Clarke, John, brewer=Margaret, d. of 

Nicholas Best, cooper. 1637. 
Clarke, John, Doctor of Physic=Sibilla. 

d. of William .Alill.s, linnendraper. 

1702. 
Clarke, John, of London, silkweaver= 

Katherine, d. of James Bearing, of 

Cant., silkweaver. 1710. 
Clarck, Elisha, lastmaker=Katherine,d.of 

George Cheever, grocer. 1715. 
Clark, William, millener=]\Iargaret, d. of 

Richard Davis, joiner. 1716. 
Clark, Edward, victualler=Elizabeth, d. 

of Edward Thomas, farrier. 1743- 



Clark, Samuel, of London, shipwright. 

1761. 
Clarke, John, of Chatham, cordwainer. 

1762. 
Clarke, John, of London, tailor. 1790. 
Clarksonn, William, ropemaker=Sara, d. 
of John Sheopard, cordwainer. ;630. 
Cleere, Guy, butcher=Anne, d. of George 

Pargate, cordwainer. 1642. 
Cleere. James, butcher=Elizabeth, d. of 

William Allen, butcher. 1656. 
Clements, Richard, husbandman=Eliza- 
beth, d. of Thomas Upton, hemp- 
dresser. 1741- 
Clements, Samuel, of Faversham, black- 
smith. 1768. 
Clenche, Thomas, tailor=Elizabeth, d. 

of John Potman. 1565. 
Clethero, Daniel, gardener. 1761. 
Clinch, Samuel, gardener=Sarah, d. of 

William Pout, victualler. 1753. 
Cloke, John, barber=Margaret, d. of 

Richard Courtman. 1539. 
Cloake, Charles, vintner=Elizabeth, d. of 

John Drayton. 1684. 

Cloak, William, of Petham, yeoman= 

Anne, d. of John Gray, of Cant., 

carpenter. 1727. 

Coates, George, cordwainer=^Lartha, d. 

ofWilliamHayne,needlemaker. 1679. 

Cobbe, John=Chrisiina, d. of Philip Spi- 

cer. 1410. 
Coblev, James, of London, silkweaver. 

1761. 
Cock (Cok), John, corvesir=Elena, d. of 

John Scheereue. 141 8. 
Coke, Thomas, tailor=Alice, d. of William 

Kendall, barber. i499- 
Cock, Henry, silkweaver= .Margaret, d. of 

William Hoskins, currier. 1722. 
Cockerton, George, cordwainer=Mary, d. 

of John Drayton. 1673. 
Cockes, Thomas, weaver=Margery, d. of 

lohn Butcher, weaver. 1592. 
Coe, Richard, of London, glover=EIiza- 
beth, d. of Edward Oakshott, of 
Cant., cordwainer. 1741. 
Coe, William, clogmakt-r=Susanna, d. of 

John jNIalpass, cordwainer. 1747- 
Colbrand, Richard=Christina, d. of John 

Se.xtayn. 1409. 
Colebran, Matthew, of Dover, mariner. 

1768. 
Cole, John, tailor=Agnes, d. of William 

'I'ygo. 1528. 
Cole, John, hatter. 1765. 
Coleman, Humphry, of London, oilman 
^Elizabeth, d. of Charles Blogg, of 
Cant., glazier. 1741. 



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FREEMEN 



112 



Colffe, Isaac, clerk=Mary, d. of George 

Elvin, Alderman. 1624. 
Collard, John, hop-planter. 1795. 
Collard, Adam, of Deal, cordwainer. 

1800. 
Colley, William, of Bromley, Kent, 

labourer. 1795. 
Collington, Richard, victualler. 1789. 
Collins, Isaac, weaver=Mary, d. of 

Thomas Atwell, weaver. 1692. 
Collins, Charles, silkweaver. 1754. 
Collyar, Thomas, miller=Margaret, d. of 

Henry Pender, victualler. 1696. 
Comber, Richard, bricklayer=Anne, d. of 

Samuel Bright, grocer. 1703. 
Comerford, John, victualler=Elizabeth, d. 

of Eldward Courthop, cordwainer. 
1698. 
Compton, Thomas, vintner=Joan, d. of 

John Cobbe. 1447. 
Conwey, Richard, smith=Thomasine, d. 

of Robert Hardyng, fuller. t5oo. 
Cook, John, smith, =Joan, d. of Thomas 

Buntyng. 141 6. 
Cooke, Peter, ironmonger=Annc, d. 

of Thomas Lobley, shearman. 1576. 
Cooke, John, tailor=Elizabeth, d. of 

Richard Champneys. 1620. 
Cooke, Thomas, gardener=Mary, d. of 

Thomas Cooke, collarmaker. 1640. 
Cooke, John, labourer=Mary, d. of John 

Homersham, carpenter. 17 14. 
Cook, John, of Bersted, labourer. 1754. 
Cooke, Jeremiah, victualler. 1772. 
Cook, James, of Ostend, vintner. 1790. 
Cook, William, of St. Dunstan's, Kent, 

servant. 1795. 
Cooley, Anthony, vintner= Rebecca, d. 

of William Tarry, vintner. 1650. 
Cooley, Michael, labourer. 1766. 
Cooper, Robert, carpenter=Elizabeth, d. 

of John Osborne, tailor. 1648. 
Cooper, Lawrence, butcher= Margaret, d. 

of Stephen South, cloth worker. 1712. 
Cooper, Jeremiah, bricklayer=Mary, d. of 

Edward Eastman, collarmaker. 1 7 1 6. 
Cooper, John, paslrvcook= Fhomasine, d. 

of Jacob Coxen, tailor. 1716. 
Cooper, John, of Stodmarsh, husband- 

man=Sarah, d. of Jeremiah Paine, 

of Cant., timber-broker. 1722. 
Cooper, Thomas, carpenter. 1764. 
Cooper, Thomas, of Dover, labourer. 

1789. 
Cooper, George, South Hants Militia. 

1796. 
Cooper, William, of the Somerset Militia. 

1796. 



Coopyng, Thomas, plumber=Bennet, d. 
of John Danyell, bricklayer. 1566- 

Copper, Edward=Elizabeth, d. of John 
Muns, Alderman. 1690. 

Cordell, John, of London, weaver. 1796. 

Cordwell, John, tailor=Mary, d. of Es- 
dras Johnson, scrivener. 1627. 

Cornar, Phineas, silkweaver=Elizabeth, 
d. of Jacob Wells, gardener. 1727. 

Cornellis, John, husbandman=Christian, 
d. of Thomas Goldhatch, wheel- 
wright. 1696. 

Cornes, John, of Rochester, pipemaker. 

1795- 
Cornewell, Christopher, dyer=Joan, d. of 

John Wylcok. 1522. 
Cosens, Thomas, carpenter. 1795. 
Cosyn, John, haberdasher=Alice, d. of 

John Lyon. 1420. .SVt Cussen. 
Coteby, Stephen, =Anabelia, d. of John 

Rolf, lockyer. 1409. 
Cotton, James, tailor=Mary, d. of Wyl- 

fred Marshall, shoemaker. 1597. 
Coupere, Robert, grocer=a d. of John 

Coupere. 1398. 
Couper, John, taverner=Agnes, d. of 

John Forde, butcher. 1477. 
Court, Searles=a d. of Ade Guosole (.'') 

1423- 
Court, Henry, husbandman=Anne, d. of 

John Adams, butcher. 1708. 
Court, Thomas, of Harbledown, husband- 

man=Elizabeth, d. of John Homer- 
sham, of Cant., carpenter. 1722. 
Court, Henry, farrier= Susanna, d. of 

John B urges, farrier. 1723. 
Court, Thomas, of St. Dunstan's in Kent, 

husbandman =Ann, d. of William 

Scrimshaw, of Cant., carpenter. 1 747. 
Court, Thomas, of Harbledown, yeoman. 

1761. 
Court, Thomas, labourer. 1766. 
Covell, William, of St. Nicholas in Thanet, 

blacksmith. 1761. 
Cowlard, James, of Giilingham, blacksmith 

=Ann, d. of Abraham Burton, of 

Cant., tailor. 1733. 
Co.x, John, of London, silkweaver. 1768. 
Coxen, Jacob, tailor= Mary, d. of Ambrose 

Sturges, carpenter. 1680. 
Cozens, James, of Chilham, schoolmaster. 

1789. 
Cozens, John, of Chilham, baker. 1789. 
Crafts, John, of Petham. smith. 1761. 
Crampton, Edward, of Kennington Cross 

Surrey, watchmaker. 1796. 
Crauforde, John, shoemaker=Ann, d. of 

John Marlowe, shoemaker. 1594. 



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OF CANTERBURY. 



114 



Crauford, John, brewer=Elizabeth, d. of 

Robert Flatman, bricklayer. 1706. 
Cra\v>haw, Thomas, of London, labourer. 

1768. 
Creed, Samuel, of Sittingbourne, yeoman. 

1768. 
Creed, Thomas, carpenter. 1792. 
Crepea, John, labourer=Elizabeth, d. of 

John Gray, cordwainer. 1704. 
Cresswick, James, tailor. 1766. 
Crethall, Thomas, of Bridge, butcher= 

Amy, d. of Joseph Mond, of Cant., 

woolcomber. 1705. 
Crippen, Paul, brickIayer=Rebecca, d. of 

John Payn, maltster. 1679. 
Crippen, James, gardener. 1789. 
Critchell, Samuel, of London, coachman. 

1768. 
Croft, John, tailor=Mary, d. of William 

Sedger. 1626. 
Crook, John, of London, painter. 1790. 
Crooks, David, of London, cordwainer. 

1790. 
Crosby, Nicholas, tapser=Alice, d. of 

Thomas Buntyng. 1403. 
Cross (Cros), William, tailor=Joan, d. of 

William Fonteyn. 1418. 
Cross, James, cordwainer^Mary, d. of 

Joan Burton, cordwainer. 1722. 
Cross, Charles, staymaker. 1753. 
Crossley, Wilham, labourer. 1773. 
Crouche. John, carnife.x=Sarah, d. of 

William Munde. 1404. 
Crow, Richard, silk weaver. 177^ 
Crowter, John, cordwainer. 1795. 
Crump, Isaac, papermaker. 1768. 
Crupee, James, silkweaver=!\Iary, d. of 

John Ware, cordwainer. 1749. 
Cullen, John, silkweaver=Ann, d. of 

Edward Morgan, woollendraper. 

'739- 
Cullen, William, of Elham, husbandman. 

'757- 
Cullen, Anthony Hubert, silkweaver. 

'765- 
Cundytt, Thomas=Mary, d. of George 

Underdo wne, innholder. 1564. 
Currall, William, yeoman^Elizabeth, d. 

of John Hamond. 1530. 
Curteis, John, butcher=Elizabeth, d. of 

Thomas Williams, butcher. 1683. 
Cussen, Christopher, tailor^EUen, d. of 

Richard Fusser, haberdasher of small 

wares. 161 9. 3'6Y Cosyn. 
Dabbes, Thomas, yeoman^ye d. of 

Thomas Frentch. 1559. 



Daine, Daniel, of Faversham, dredgers- 
Ann, d. of Vespatian Harris, of 

Cant , silkweaver. 1734. 
Daines, Simon, brickIayer=Anne, d. of 

Christopher Henley. 1704. 
Daines, John, of Dover, gent.=Sarah, d. 

of John Hatch, of Cant., goldsmith. 

1711. 
Dale (Dael), Thomas, vintner=^Iargaret, 

d. of John Cockson, deceased. 1566. 
Dale, Francis, shoemaker=Rachel, d. of 

Christopher Leedes, Alderman. 1581. 
Daniel, Edward, of London, sailmaker= 

Anne, d. of Thomas Casey, of Cant., 

baker. 1741. 
Darknall, Robert, gent.=Alice, d. of 

Henry Gosebourne. 1522. 
Davis, Thomas, tailor= Margaret, d. of 

John Fenn, cordwainer. 1712. 
Davies, Thomas, of London, millener= 

Lydia, d. of James Newton, of Cant., 

tailor. 1720. 
Davis, Michal, victualler. 1787. 
Davison, John, tailor. 1800. 
Davy, William, baker=Katherine, d. of 

Richard Hart, hosier. 1523. 
Dawes, Hugh, gent.=Ann, d. of John 

Barham, barber. 1734. 
Dawes, Thomas, labourer. 1759. 
Dawne, Robert, tailor^Susanna, d. of 

William Mitchelborne, tailor. 1750. 
Dawson, John, of Margate, pastrycook. 

1790- 
Day, James, labourer=Mary, d. of George 

Bly, labourer. 1744. 
Day, William, of Deptford, bricklayer. 

.76.. 
Dean, Robert, millwright=Jane, d. of 

Stephen Adis, bricklayer. 1676. 
Dean, John, grocer. 1798. 
Dear, William, of Deal, labourer. 1795. 
De Beauvais, Charles, cordwainer. 1798. 
De Dane, Thomas, barber^Joan, d. of 

Robert Vyrle, "parmenottr semoris." 

'43°- 
De La Croy, John, cordwainer=Mary, d. 

of John Malpas, cordwainer. 1715. 
De le Hay, Henry, taverner=Margaret, d. 

of Roger Layborne. 1484. 
De Lemar, Peter, silkweaver. 1784. 
Delo, Peter, silkweaver=Elizabeth, d. of 



Thomas Wood, bricklayer. 



' /i' 



Delo, John, silkweaver. 1758. 

Dence, John, smith=Joan, d. of Thomas 

Raynold, smith. 1500. 
Dein, Thomas, husbandman. 1768. 
Dene, John, fuller^Isabella, d. of John 

Tapton, weaver. 1441- 

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116 



Dene, Charles, of London, silkweaver= 
Martha, d. of John Elliott, of Cant., 
carpenter. 1741. 

Denew, John, of Hackington, Esqr.= 
Elizabeth, d. of William Ranee, 
gent. 1727- 

Denne, Vincent, Esquire=Mary, d. of 
Thomas Denne, Esquire, late Re- 
corder of Cant. 1656. 

Denne, John, linnendraper. 1771- 

Dennett, Robert, of London, labourer. 

1754- 

Derelove, John, locksmith=Agnes, d. of 
John Elvee, shoemaker. 1571. 

Dierlove, Nicholas, shoemaker^Kather- 
ine, d. of Alexander Hawlett, linnen- 
draper. 1575. 

Dering, James, silkweaver=Katherine, d. 
of George Simpson, tailor. i66z. 

Dervell, Daniel, of London, silkweaver. 

■754- 
Dessign, William, silkweaver=Ann, d. of 

John Cox, linnenweaver. 1734- 
Dessign, Samuel, silkweaver==I\Iary, d. of 

Robert Nye, gardener. 1739- 
Devcll, John, \vaxchandler=Alice, d. of 

Richard Lurkyn, waxchandler. 149 1. 
Devine, John, of Holy Cross, Cant., 

vvoolcomber. 1754. 
Devine, William, cordwainer. 1778. 
Diaper, Edward, of Boughton Blean, 

labourer. 1789. 
Dickinson, Roger, shoemaker=Em, d. of 

Thomas Pleasington. 1604. 
Dickson, John, of Bermondsey, cooper^ 

Mary, d. of Henry Peen, of Cant., 

cordwainer. 1741. 6'tr Dixon. 
Dillnott, Nicholas, cordwainer=Mary, d. 

of William Bullock, cordwainer. 1657. 
Dilnot, Thomas, barber and perukemaker 

^Mary, d. of James Rawling, barber 

and perukemaker. 1744. 
Dixon, Rowland, tailor^Katherine, d. of 

Henry Combe {?), skinner. 1596. 
Dixon, Charles, carpenter=Sarah, d. of 

Edward Engham, joiner. 1 7 2 1 . 
Dixon, Richard, baker. 1771. — ^'cf Dick- 
son. 
Dodde, William, barber=Margery, d. of 

Thomas Pykynden. i486. 
Dodd, John, of Kennington in Kent, 

yeoman=Margaret, d. of John Bur- 
den, of Cant., currier. 1747. 
Dodd, John, of Faversham, blacksmith. 

1786. 
Dodson, George, of Rochester, gent.= 

Mary, d. of John Shatwater, of Cant., 

brewer. 17 14. 



Doe, Henderson, of London, gent.=Eliza- 

beth, d. of Robert Wood, of Cant., 

maltster. 1741. 
Does, Christopher, currier=Deborah, d. 

of Joseph Cowell. 1616. 
Dolliman, William=Anne, d. of Isaac 

Bond. 1651. 
Doolan, John, of London, upholder. 1767. 
Dombrain (Dambrain), Isaac, silkweaver 

^Katherine, d. of John Denn, tur- 
ner. 1704. 
Dombrain, John, silkweaver. 1761. 
Doorne (Dome), Nicholas, labourer= 

Elizabeth, d. of Nicholas Wyllyams, 

pewterer. 1579. 
Doorne, Francis, labourer=Hannah, d. 

of Peter Sturges, cordwainer. 1727. 
Dournall, John, silkweaver=Mary, d. of 

William Studham, feltmaker. 1724. 
Dowdell, Bartholomew, of Wandsworth, 

Surrey, cordwainer. 1768. 
Downer, Henry, of London, ironmonger. 

•794- 
Downs, James, victualler. 1780. 
Dray, William, carpenter=Elizabeth, d. 

of Paul Hubbert, carpenter. 1670. 
Drayson, William, of the Borough of 

Longport, husbandman^Mary, d. of 

George Bean, silkweaver. 1721. 
Drayton, Horton, of Christchurch, Cant., 

gent.:=Mary, d. of Valentine French, 

gent. 1640. 
Driver, Philip, of Sandwich, carpenter= 

Sarah, d. of John Oackley of this 

city, bricklayer. 1705. 
Drury, Richard, of St. Dunstan, Kent, 

labourer. 1760. 
Duckett, Bird, of Chatham, stonemason. 

1768. 
Dudston, Thomas, grocer=Agnes, d. of 

George Heslast, baker. 1541. 
Duffan, John=Elizabeth, d. of William 

Collynes, shearman. 1585. 
Duffeld, Robert, skinner=Joan, d. of 

John Peek, saddler. 1408. 
Dugmore, Edward, labourer=Sarah, d. 

of John Crippen, bricklayer. 1727. 
Dulmar, Charles, woolcomber=Anne, d. 

of Andrew Holness, carpenter. 1731. 
Dulmar, Peter, silkweaver. 1773. 
Dumez, Samuel, silkweaver. 1753. 
Dunke, Robert, gardener^the d. of Paul 

Wiggins, bricklayer. 1704. 
Dunk, Robert, of Ramsgate, gardener. 

>754- 
Dunkyn, Richard, of Godmersham, yeo- 
man=Joan, d. of Thomas Catbery. 
'452. 



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118 



Dunkin, Thomas, maltster=Sarah, d. of 

AveryHills.apothecary and Alderman. 

1663. 
Dunning, May, thread maker=Elizabeth, 

d. of Thomas Whineats, barber. 1638. 
Dunning, William, woolcomber^Mary, 

d. of Griffin Chantrey. 171 3- 
Dunnings, James, silkweaver^Susan, d. 

of Vespatian Harris, silkweaver= 

1733- 
Durant, Thoma<;, gardener=Ann, d. of 

Richard Ginder, blacksmith. 1716. 
Durant, Nicholas, brewer=Elizabeth, d. 

of John Crauford, brewer. 1730. 
Dury, David, turner=Sarah, d. of John 

Pilcher, silkweaver. 1724. 
Dyson, John, pewterer==Joan, d. of 

George Pownces. 15+4- 
Earle, Joseph, labourer. 1768. 
Easterling, Robert, butcher=Elizabeth, 

d. of Thomas Chandler, butcher. 

1648. 
Eastes, Thomas, bricklayer=Mary, d. of 

John Wellard, bricklayer. 1735. 
Eastland, Thomas, husbandman=i\Iercy, 

d. of Charles Page, farrier. 1 744. 
Eastman, Richard, collarmaker=Agnes, 

d. of Jeffrey Newton, hackneyman. 

1577- 
Eastwood, William, of London, hot- 

presser=Hester, d. of Charles Blogg, 

of Cant., glazier. 1741. 
Eaton, Gilbert, canmaker^Elizabeth, d. 

of William Dawson, joiner. 1637. 
Eaton, Benjamin, of Dunkirk, sawyer. 

1789. 
Edbrough, Richard, cook=Johanna, d. 

of Thomas Fowler, carpt-nter. 1693. 
Ede, John, cordwainer=Frances, d. of 

Samuel Elvy, hempdresser. 1747. 
Edenden, William, of Whitstable. 1796. 
Edes, William, gent. 1757. 
Edisforth, William, upholster=Elizabeth, 

d. of Zachary Lee, haberbasher of 

hats and Alderman. 1663. 
Edlow, Samuel, blacksmith=Anne, d. of 

William Vittall, bricklayer. 1717. 
Edridge, William, upholster^the d. of 

Joseph Berry, victualler. 1706. 
Edward, Laurence, butcher=Millicent, 

d. of Bartholomew Forde. 1451. 
Edwards, John, Notary Public=Mary, d. 

of James Nethersole, Alderman. 1597. 
Edwards, Richard=Mary, d. of Paul 

Skilton, weaver. 1708. 
Edwards, Thomas, of Holy Cross with- 
out, Cant., tobacconist=Elizabeth, 

d. of John Attwell, of Cant., weaver. 

'730-" 



Edwards, Richard, of Cobham, labourer. 

1767. 
Effyld, John, brewer=Rachel, d. of 

Ralph Bawden, Alderman. 1591. 
Eleham, John, fer'=Joan, d. of John 

Sand'r, fuller. 1399. 
Elgar, William, tailor=Ann, d. of Will- 
iam Wilbore. 1606. 
Elkinton, John, of Bridge, husbandman 

=Mary, d. of Edward Hayward, of 

Cant., baker. 1741. 
Elliot, John, of Heme. carpenter=Cath- 

erine, d. of William Waddell, of 

Cant., cordwainer. 171 1. 
Elliott, Matthew, stonecutter=Mary, d. 

of Paul Norwood, joiner. 1721. 
Ellis (Elys), Stephen, saddler^Joan, d. 

of John Roger, vintner. 1434. 
Ellis, Thomas, clothier^Mary, d. of 

Nicholas Colbrand. 1604. 
Ellis, John, of Sandwich, tailor=Eliza- 

beth, d. of Thomas Hall, of Cant., 

turner. 1727. 
Ellis,Thomas,glover=Mary,d. of Edward 

Belts, bricklayer. 1727. 
Ellis. James, of Sandwich, tailor=Ann, 

d. of Thomas Hall, of Cant., turner. 

'734- 
Ellis, John, sawyer=Katherine, d. of 

Thomas JoUey, maltster. 1738. 
Ellis, William, sawyer=Catherine, d. of 

Thomas Jolly, maltster. 1741. 
Else, John, labourer. 1795. 
Elsted, Edward, of Chilham, surgeon. 

1800. 
Elvy, Thomas, of Faversham, grocer= 

Mary, d. of John Toker, of Cant., 

yeoman. 1727. 
Elvey, Thomas, silkweaver=Thomasine, 

d. of Joseph Blinston, victualler. 

1750- 
Elvey, Robert, blacksmith. 1760. 
Elwyn, Richard, hoyman. 1772. 
Emm, William, sievemaker=Mary, d. of 

Edmund White, maltster. 1744. 
Emmerson, Daniel, of Chatham, basket- 

maker=Ann, d. of Thomas Rogers, 

of Cant, wheelwright. 1734. 
Epps, William, of Ticehurst in Susse.x, 

thatcher. 1754. 
Epps, William, labourer. 1774- 
Esse.x, alias Simon, John=Joan, d. of 

Ralph Figge. 141 2. 
Evands, David, currier=Mary, d. of 

Robert Cooke, shoemaker. 1639. 
Evans, John, tailor=Agnes, d. of Edward 

Carpynter, Alderman. 1580. 



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120 



Evans, Zacharias, clerk=Jane, d. of 

Edward Nethersoll, Alderman. 1601. 
Evans, Robert, bricklayer=Mildred, d. of 

Nicholas Henden. 1617. 
Evenden, Simon, basketmaker=Elizabeth, 

d. of William Kitham, tailor. 1714. 
Everden, Abraham, labourer^the d. of 

John Hamidge, maltster. 1726. 
Everet, Henry, vintner^Deborah, d. of 

Simon Beverton, clothworker. 1642. 
Everett, John, of St. Catharine's near the 

Tower of London, waterman=Alice, 

d. of Thomas Blake, of Cant., barber. 

174S- 
Ewell, Thomas, of Heme, victualler= 

Thomasine, d. of James Deering, 

silkweaver. 1722. 
Facon, Arnold, silkweaver=Elizabeth, d. 

of VVilUamStudham, feltmaker. 1725. 
Fairbrass, Edward, of Faversham,hoyman. 

'773- 
Fairman, Francis, schoolmaster. 1768. 
Fairman, John, gardener. 1796. 
Farree, John, silkweaver=Anne, d. of 

Thomas Gill, butcher. 1735. 
Farris, Robert, bricklayer=Frances, d. of 

Brattle /'.r/fy, blacksmith. 1753- 
Faryngbras. Robert, tegheler=Isabella, 

d. of John Lynde. 1416. 
Fasham, Thomas. labourer^Anne, d. of 

William Richardson, tailor. 1710. 
Fassam, Thomas, labourer. 1789. 
Faulkner, John, of the Borough of Staple- 
gate, silkweaver. 1770. 
Fearne, Charles, gent.^Elizabeth, d. of 

Israel Jacob, apothecary. 1688. 
Fedarb, Jacob, of Holy Cross, Cant., 

cordwainer. 1765. 
Fedarb, Jacob Augustine, cordwainer. 

1790. 
Feekings, John, labourer. 1767. 
Felton, Thomas=Dionisia, d. of Richard 

Dane. 141 2. 
F"enkyll, Edward=Johanna, d. of John 

Bonyngton. 1461. 
Ferrand, Jeremiah, woolcomber. 1763. 
Ferrand, James, of Holy Cross, Cant., 

woolcomber. 1764. 
Ferrier, Samuel, of Sandwich, victualler= 

Jane, d. of John Lillesden, of Cant., 

baker. 1749. 
Feild, William, husbandman=Mary, d. of 

Thomas Warwell, bricklayer. 1705. 
Field, John, labourer. 1796. 
Finch, James, dealer in wines and corn. 

"77S- 
Finn, Richard, cordwainer=Susan, d. of 
Christopher Carlton, carpenter. 1640. 



Finne, Thomas, cordwainer^Elizabeth, 

d. of John Kennett, grocer. 1656. 
Finn, Thomas, victualler. 1778. 
Finnis, William, of Dover, maiiner. 1761. 
Fisher, John, oatmealmaker=Elizabeth, 

d. of Edward Bullock, cordwainer. 

1677. 
Fisher, Benjamin, of Faversham, marmer 

=Sarah, d. of Thomas Jeoflfery, of 

Cant., cutler. 1705. 
Fisher, John, of Chatham, gardener= 

Martha, d. of Paul Wiggins, of Cant., 

bricklayer. 1727. 
Fist, John, tailor=Susanna, d. of Walter 

Maplisden, grocer. 1694. 
Fist, Joseph, cordwainer. 1759. 
Fitzer, Anthony, of St. Paul's in Middle- 
six, cordwainer. 1754. 
Fitz Gerald, Thomas, of Milton n. Sitting- 
bourne, surgeon. 1772. 
Flacton, Henry, bricklayer=Katherine, 

d. of Mark Elven, shoemaker. 1639. 
Flecton, Warham, baker=Elizabeth, <i. 

William Young. 1630. 
Fletcher, William, butcher. 1778. 
Flint, Thomas, of Ashford, ironmonger. 

1780. 
Flisher, John, yeoman= Margaret, d. of 

Christopher Verryer. 1708. 
Foach (Foche), John, woollendraper= 

jane, d. of Peter Bull. 1623. 
Foach, Edward, tailor= Hester, d. of 

William Haines, late Serjeant-at- 

Mace. 1672. 
Foat, William, of Whitstable, dredger. 

1767. 
Fokes, Thomas, haberdasher=Elianorh 

d. of Thomas Wanflete. 1 48 1 . 
Folvyle, Thomas, apothecary=Isabella, 

d. of Matthew Hygyn. 1452. 
Foreman, Stephen, of Sittingbourne, 

labourer. 1789. 
Forster, Thomas, gent.=Alice, d. of John 

Wynter. [From a loose leaf of the 

15th century. No date.] 
Foster, Maximilian, tailor=Sara, d. of 

John Bright, scrivener. 1636. 
Fouljam, Edward, baker. 1780. 
Fowell, Harry, glover=Anne, d. of George 

Hwt, fle'tcher. 1564. 
Foweler, Thomas, corvesir=Joan, d. of 

John Sengelyn, corvesir. 1432. 
Fowie, John, clothmaker=a d. of Roger 

Gierke. 1506. 
Fowler, William, cordwainer. 1792. 
Fowler, William, pattenmaker. 1796. 
Fox, William, surgeon=Ellinor, d. of 

Charles Anott, surgeon. 1624. 



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122 



Fox, Isaac, weaver=Mary, d. of Thomas 

Young, gardener. 1700. 
Fox, David, labourer=Anne, d. of William 

Silk, carpenter. 1722. 
Fox, William, of Nackington, yeoman= 

Frances, d. of William Mount, baker. 

1722. 
Fox, Richard, cordwainer=Elizabeth, d. 

of John Skillett, sergeweaver. 17+7. 
Francke, Markes, weaver=Elizabeth, d. 

of John Preston, shoemaker. 1599. 
Franck, John, cordwainer=]^Iary, d. of 

John Hearne, cordwainer. 171+. 
Franklyn, William, of London, clockmaker 

=Mary, d. of John Hamblcton, of 

Cant., barber. 17+1. 
Franklin, Robert, of Streatham, Surrey, 

labourer. 1773. 
Fray, Edward, tallow chandler=Eden, d. 

of Robert Miles, cordwainer. 1664. 
Free, Thomas, shoemaker=Ursu]a, d. of 

James Vance. 1598. 
French, Gabriel, weaver=Joan. d. of 

Edward Collyns, tailor. 1613. 
French, Robert=Mary, d. of Thomas 

Stocken, glover. 1613. 
Frengeham, Eustace, tailor=Eleanor, d. 

of James Vydean. 1539- 
Freville, Peter, silkweaver=Katherine, d. 

of Edward Copper, gardener. 1736. 
Friday, John, of Harbledown, labourer. 

1790. 
Fridd, Robert, miller, disfranchised by 

his consent and afterwards re-admit- 

ted=Ann, d. of Thomas Abbot, 

Serjeant-at-Mace. 1677. 
Friend, Daniel, cordwainer=Anne, d. of 

John Clay, labourer. 1644. 
Friend, John, the younger, woollendraper 

=Frances, d. of Squier Beverton, 

Alderman. 1690. 
Friend, George, of the Precincts, Cant., 

tailor=Elizabeth, d.of Thomas Clif- 
ford, joiner. 1720. 
Freind, J ohn, of the Borough of Longport, 

yeoman=Anne, d. of Samuel Cox, 

bricklayer. 1722. 
Fieind, William, of Deal, maltster=Sarah, 

d. of Edward Gilbert, of Cant., joiner. 

.728. 
Frost, Richard, of London, gent. 1761. 
Frost, Thomas, labourer. 1773. 
Fuller, Robert, glover=Mary, d. of Rich- 
ard Cheevers, glover. 1644. 
Fuller, John, silkweaver=Martha, d. of 

John Terry, grocer. 1671. 
Fuller, Richard, innholder=jMary, d. of 

John Williams, turner. 1725. 



Fuller, Robert, cabinetmaker. 1780. 
Furley, John, gent. 1796. 
Furner, Davison, of Deal, sawyer. 1789. 
Gaitskell, John, of London, silkweaver. 

1760. 
Gilt-r, John, victuaner=Anne, d. of 

William Barham, joiner. 1695. 
Gallaspy, WilHam, of the Royal Artillery. 

1799. 
Gambler, Gideon, weaver^ Hester, d. of 

Thomas iNIarrable, bricklayer. 1748. 
Gammage, Benjamin, of London, victual- 

ler= Hannah, d.. of Thomas Waite 

of Cant., weaver, 1753. 
Gammon, John, linnenweaver=I\Iary, d. 

of John Newman, Serjeant-at-Mace. 

i68z. 
Gann, W'illiam, of Adisham, labourer= 

Elizabeth, d. of Henry Rogers, of 

Cant., cordwainer. 1733. 
Gardener, James, of St. RLary's in the 

Hundred of Hoo, labourer. 1761. 
Gardiner, Thomas, labourer. 1773. 
Gardener, Nathaniel, of the Borough of 

Staplegate, plumber and glazier. 

1776. 
Garner, William, cordwainer. 1760. 
Gaunte, Richard, gent.= Margery, d. of 

Richard Railton, gent. 1572. 
Gay, Tilmanus, goldsmith=a d. of Thomas 

Hunte, cook. 1428. 
Gedney, John^Constanam, d. of Reginald 

Hamer, late of Cant., tailor. 1469. 
Gefferey, Robert, joiner^=Joan, d. of 

Richard Mundens. 1466. 
George, John, silkweaver^Mary, d. of 

William Haines, Serjeant-at-.Mace. 

1673- 
Gere, William, yeoman=Beatrice, d. of 

Thomas Waynflete. 1487. 
Gerard, Thomas, clerk=Joan, d. of 

Henry Baker, of Relfyndeh (.''), clerk. 

1 40 1. 
Gerrard, Thomas, draper=.\gnes, d. of 

Edward Cook. 1450. 
Gibbin, John, of Harbledown, victualler= 

Mary, d. of John Ivcyson, of Cant., 

baker. 1747. 
Gibbons, John, of Dover, carpenter. 1789. 
Gibbs, Ambrose, labourer=Mary, d. of 

Isaac Dombrain, weaver. 1734. 
Gibson (Gybson), John, joiner=Thomas- 

ine, d. of Robert Hunte. 1537. 
Gibson, Anthony, bricklayer=Sarah, d. of 

Thomas Frampton, tailor. 1727. 
Gilbert, John, yeoman=Frances, d. of 

Robert Brydges. 161 1. 
Gilby, Thomas, labourer. 1792. 



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124 



Gilby, Francis, whitesmith. 1795. 
Giles, Stephen, shoemakeri=Ehzabeth, d. 

ofDaniel Wilkinson, goldsmith. 1603. 
Giles, John, " hairbyyer "=Susan, d. of 

Edward Eastman, ribbon-weaver. 

Giles, Robert, of Maidstone, fruiterer= 

EHzabeth, d. of John Cox, of Cant., 

linnen weaver. 1734. 
Giles, Thomas, haberdasher=Lydia, d. of 

John Hobbs, linnendraper. 1751. 
Gilham, Thomas, husbandman. 1755. 
Gillam, William, miller=Mary, d. of 

William Plomer, fletcher. 1631. 
Gill, William, carpenter=Katherine d. of 

William Walker. 1651. 
Gill, Benjamin, silkweaver=K;iizabeth, d. 

ofThomas Fleete, cordwainer. 1729. 
Gilman, Thomas, smith=Jane, d. of 

Alexander Barles, joiner. 1702. 
Gilmore, James, silkweaver= Elizabeth, 

d. of Stephen Nicholson, mercer. 

1678. 
Gimber, Francis, of Faversham, baker= 

Elizabeth, d. of Rest Fenner, of 

Cant., hop-planter. 17 10. 
Ginder, William, linnendraper=Martha, 

d. of Alexander Snoad, tallow chand- 
ler. 1675. 
Ginder, John Stephen, basketmaker= 

Elizabeth, d. of John Fowle, carpen- 
ter. 1727. 
Gipps, Simon, of Charing, surgeon=Ann, 

d. of Henry Landman, innholder. 

1680. 
Giraud, Richard H<irvey, grocer. 1791. 
Gladinge, Stephen, butcher= -Martha, d. 

ofThomas Gill, butcher. 1706. 
Glasyare, Thomas, mason=Alice, d. of 

Nicholas Munden. 145 i. 
Glover, William, clothier=Joan, d. of 

Richard Wood, baker. 1627. 
Glover, Isaac, silkweaver=Anne, d. of 

William Taylor, carpenter. 1700. 
Goddard, George, cordwainer=Mary, d. 

of Joseph Cowell, currirr. 1637. 
Godfrey, Benjamin, of St. Dunstan's in 

Kent, baker. 1782. 
Godfrey, George, of Sturry, labourer. 

'795- 

Godyn, John, butcher=Isabella, d. of 
Alexaniler Forde. i437- 

Goens, John, gardener=Elizabeth, d. of 
Abel Gilbert, victualler. 1752. 

Goldfinch, Nicholas, carpcnter=Juhanna, 
d. of Isaiah Parker, innholder. 1691. 

Golding, John, officer in the Excise= 
Mary, d. of William Gorely, haber- 
dasher of hatts. 1753. 



Golding, Henry Gosbee, officer in the 

Excise. 1756. 
Goldsmyth, John. See Squyar, John. 

1482. 
Goldsmith, Samuel, glazier=Mary, d. of 

Edward Francks, bricklayer. 1730. 
Goldup, John, silkweaver. 1778. 
Goodwin. Thomas, husbandman=Judith, 

d. of Edward Parsons, butcher. 1 709. 
Goodwin, William, schoolmaster=Bar- 

bara, d. of James Halloway, cord- 
wainer. 1727. 
Goodwin, William, silkweaver=Sarah, d. 

of Elias Rew, basketmaker. 1743. 
Goodwin, William, of London, victualler. 

1767. 
Gore (Gowre), Thomas, tailor=a d. of 

Richard Hart, hosier. 1514. 
Gore, Robert, barber=Joan, d. of Roger 

Thykmylk, capper, freeman of the 

said city before Joan was born. 1526. 
Gore, Israel, smith. 1759. 
Gorely, Henry, silkweaver. 1782. 
Gorham, Christopher, cordwdiner=Mary, 

d. of Daniel Ellis, cordwainer. 1656. 
Gosby, John, yeoman=Mary, d. of Henry 

Rogers, wheelwright. 173'- 
Gosby, Richard, tailor=Elizabeth, d. of 

Thomas Porter, labourer. 1750. 
Gould, Joseph, of London, tinplate 

worker. 1761. 
Gowland, Richard Symons, haberdasher. 

'793- 
Grace, John, cordwainer=Mary, d. of 

George Cowell, currier. 1668. 
Gradidge, William, chemist. 1786. 
Gramet, John, malemaker=Agnes, d. of 

John Merchant. 1426. 
Gratrix, |ohn, gent. 1780. 
Graves, Christopher, currier=Agnes, d. of 

Richard Brooke, grocer. 1569. 
Gray, Henry, bricklayer=Jenytruth, d. of 

Richard Lowell, bricklayer. 1678. 
Gray, Thomas, gardener. 1767. 
Gray, Henry, mason. 1789 
Gray, James, of Westgate in Kent, 

labourer. 1789. 
Gray, John, 12 Regiment of Foot. 1796. 
Grebell, Allen, Esquire. 1770. 
Green (Grene), William, fuller=Eliza- 

beth, d. of Andrew Goffe. i486. 
Greene, Thomas, butcher=Elizabeth, d. 

of John Gill, carpenter. 1674. 
Greenhill, Richard, of Asliford, gent. 

1768. 
Greenland, Augustine, cabinet maker. 

1782. 



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126 



Grenleaffe, Thomas, shoemakcr=Sylves- 

ter, d. of Lancelott Hills. 1616. 
Gregory, John, of Hastingleigh, yeoman 

=Mary d. of James Creed, of Cant., 

carpenter. 1741. 
Gregory, Francis, of the Precincts, Cant., 

clerk. 1761. 
Grew, Thomas, silkweaver. 17^4. 
Griffen, Edward, liusbandman=Elizabelh, 

d. of John ?iIorgan, cordwainer. 1691. 
Griggs, Henry, of Bekesbourne, labourer. 

1790. 
Grimes, Thomas, of London, cutler= 

Frances, d. of John Beverton, of 

Cant., brewer. 1753. 
Grishow, John, tanner=Anne, d. of 

Matthew Beaumont, of St. Stephen's 

[near Cant.] victualler. 1747- 
Grove, Joseph, printer. 1773- 
Guinnop, William, of [blank] in Kent= 

Martha, d. of Thomas Best, brewer. 

1674. 
Gunn, Nicholas, tailor=Joan, d. of Will- 
iam Knott, brewer. 1627. 
Gwodale, ]ohn, Junior, funer=Cristina, 

d. of Thomas Jankyn. 141 1. 
Hack, Richard, labourer. 1780. 
Hacker, William, carpenter. 1797. 
Hadlowe, William, bricklayer=Elizabeth, 

d. of Anthony Browne, joiner. 1636. 
Haffenden, Richard, husbandman=Rose, 

d. of \\'illiam Wickham, coachman. 

1707. 
Hales, Thomas, butcher=Mary, d. of 

William .Studham, cooper. 1700. 
Hales, John, grocer=Elizabeth, d. of 

Peter Tomlin, grocer. 1739. 
Halford, Richard, ironmonger. 1775. 
Halke, Richard, of Faversham, clerk. 1784. 
Hall, Robert, fuller=.\lice, d. of John 

Auncell, late of Westgate, baker. 1 49 1 . 
Hall, Samuel, of St. Dunstan's, Cant., 

cordwainer=Martha, d. of John Bul- 
lock, cheesemonger. 1708. 
Hall, William, of Tong, husbandman= 

Sarah, d. of William Skilton, of Cant., 

linnenweaver. 1741- 
Hall, George, victualler. 1754. 
Hall, Richard, of Rochester, labourer. 

1768. 
Hall, Samuel, shopkeeper. 1780. 
Hallet, Alexander, mercer=.\gnes, d. of 

John Burges. 1542. 
Halsnoade, Samuel, shoemaker=Mary, d. 

of Christopher Ashenden, shoemaker. 

1617. 
Halsnod, John, pattenmaker=Mary, d. of 

Simon Evernden,basketmaker. 1739. 



Hambleton, William, tador=Mary, d. of 

Bell Whyte, joiner. 1620. 
Hambrook, Edward, blacksmith=Eliza- 

beth, d. of John Chapman, gardener. 

1749. 
Hamelyn, John=.\lice, d. of John Russell, 

smith. 1403. 
Hammage, Thomas, tailor=Anne, d. of 

William Knott, brewer. 1627. 
Hamond, Hugh, tiler=Joan, d. of Tho- 
mas Cokes. 1544. 
Hammond, William, of St. Alban's, Non- 

inston, gent.=Elizabeth, d. of John 

Kingsford, millener '695. 
Hamond, George, of Whitstable, gent.= 

Elizabeth, d. of Henry Twiman, of 

Cant., late Alderman. 17 10. 
Hammond, George, gent. = Mary, d. of 

Hercules Hills, baker. 1720. 
Hammond, James, labourer. 1789. 
Hangrel, Simon=.-\,2nes, d. of Richard 

de Leghe. 1406. 
Hannaree, John, silkweaver=Malbree, d. 

of Thomas Casey, baker. 1 740. 
Hannell, Francis, currier=Mary, d. of 

Vespatian Harris, woolcombcr. 1 702. 
Hardeman, Richard, of Lydd, fisherman. 

1774- 
Harding, John, dyer=Sarah, d. of Richard 

Palmer, cooper. 1722. 
Hare, James, labourer. 1789. 
Harker, William, of Stepney, shipwright. 

1768. 
Harris (Harryes), John, tailor=Joan, d. 

of John Ambrose the elder. 1539. 
Harrys, George, trugger=Mercy, d. of 

Thomas Wyllyams, clothworker. 

•577- 
Harrys, Titus, maltman=Margery, d. of 

Roger Welles. 1578. 
Harris, Nicholas, cordwainer=Mary, d. of 

Roger Cooke, cordwainer. 1678. 
Harris, John, porter=.\nne, d. of Joseph 

Warwell, bricklayer. 1707. 
Harris, Thomas, of Bridge, maltster= 

Dorothy, d. of Ralph Aldridge, of 

Cant., carpenter. 1730. 
Harris, Thomas, of London, gent.=Anne, 

d. of John Berry, of Cant., goldsmith. 

1750- 
Harrison (Harryson), George, tailor= 

Margaret, d. of Arnold Terry. 16 12. 
Harrison, Henr)-, taiIor=Anne, d. of 

Henry Rogers, cordwainer. 1698. 
Harrison, James, Quarter Master, ist 

Regiment of Dragoons. 1799. 
Hart, John, of Westgate street, mercer,= 

Margery, d. of John Alcok. 1544. 



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128 



Hart, Paul, vintner=Mary, d. of William 

Gill, carpenter. 1681. 
Harte, Timothy, victuaner=Dorcas, d. of 

Thomas Mathews, tailor. 1695. 
Hart, John, husbandman=Anne, d. of 

Matthew Woodfull, silkweaver. 170+. 
Hartley, Richard, of London, coach 

harness maker. 1768. 
Harvey, Benjamin, cabinet maker. 1796. 
Haselwalle, William, yeoman=Elizabeth. 

d. of Fowler Colbrand, tailor. 1598. 
Haslocke, Cornelius, weaver=Blanch, d. 

of Abraham Davis, blacksmith. 1633. 
Hassell, William, of St. Nicholas Atwade, 

clerk. 1768. 
Hatcher, William, grocer=Elizabeth, d. 

of William Sharpe, butcher. 17 10. 
Hawker, William, apothecary=Elizabeth, 

d. of John Browning, grocer. 1 693. 
Hawkes, Thomas=Margaret, d. of Will- 
iam Harte, whitesmith. 1577- 
Hawkyns, Ralph, taiIor=Martha, d. of 

Ralph Bawdyn, Alderman. 1594. 
Hawkins, Thomas, labourer. 1766. 
Hawkins, John, silkweaver. 1793- 
Hawll, John, tailor=Joan, d. of George 

Leek, saddler. 1570. 
Hawle, John, cordwainer=Ann, d. of 

John Holland, cordwainer. i6zo. 
Hawlee, Nichola.s, baker=Alice, d. of 

Edward Kennard. 1607. 
Haythorne, William, carpenter=Kather- 

ine, d. of Christopher Leeds, cloth- 
worker. 1577- 
Hayvvard, Nicholas, shoemaker=Joan, d. 

of Hamon Vsborne, tiler. 1570. 
Hayward, Thomas, feltmaker=Margaret, 

d. of Godfry Meers, cordwainer. 1635. 
Hayward, Richard, victualler=Dorothy, 

d. of John Moate, cooper. 1721. 
Hayward, John, of Chartham, blacksmith 

=Mary, d. of Peter Mount, carpenter. 

1722. 
Hayward, Robert, of Minster, in Thanet 

=Mary, d. of Robert Wachers, of 

Cant., cordwainer. 1727. 
Hayward, Peter, gent.=Ann, d. of William 

Crayford, Esqr. 1733. 
Hayward, John, of Hackington, yeoman. 

1768. 
Hayward, James, of St. Gregory's in 

Kent, gardener. 1777- 
Hayward, Richard, of Goodnestone n. 

Wingham, labourer. 1789. 
Headaway, John, bricklayer=Ann, d. of 

Richard Studham, late of Cant., then 

of Faversham, feltmaker. 1733- 
Heard, Daniel, victualler. 1790. 



Heath, alias Shorry, John=Dorothy, d. 

of Ingram Ellis. 1604. 
Hedgcock, Thomas, silkweaver=Eliza- 

beth, d. of John Rolfe, bricklayer. 

1695. 
Hedger, John, of London, cordwainer. 

1754- 
Herbert, William, butcher=Elizabeth, d. 

of Thomas Greene, butcher. 1696. 
Hewit, Valentine, of London, thread- 

maker=Ann, d. of John Soames, of 

Cant., smith. 1734. 
Highsted, John, labourer=Margaret, d. of 

Thomas Prett, joiner. 17 14. 
Hildersome, Thomas, blacksmith=Eliza- 

beth, d. of Abraham Long, tailor. 

1625. 
Hilkes, Anthony, of London, cabinet- 
maker. 1760. 
Hill, John, pewterer=Ursula, d. of Henry 

Pieres. 1578. 
Hills, William, labourer. 1765. 
Hills, Thomas, labourer. '773- 
Hinds, William, currier. 1789. 
Hitch, John, tailor=Sara, d. of Roger 

Nower, cutler. 1622. 
Hobday, William, carpenter. 1768. 
Hobday, John, of Whitstable, thatcher. 

1789. 
Hodges, Edward, mercer= Dorothy, d. 

of Titus Harris, sometime Sergeant- 

at-Mace. 161 5. 
Hodges, Isaac, labourer. 1785. 
Hodges, John, gent. 1789. 
Hodges, Daniel, of Sandwich, cord- 
wainer. 1790. 
Hogbin, Herbert, labourer. 1777. 
Hogben, Thomas, gardener. 1789. 
Hoisted, Nicholas=Jane, d. of William 

Bulkley. 1684. 
Holmes, Edward, cord u'ainer= Mary, d. 

of Thomas Proppard, labourer. 1739. 
Holmes, James, gardener. 1771. 
Holnes, Peter, carpenter=Anne, d. of 

John Lewkner, feltmaker. 1698. 
Holness, Edward, labourer. 1780. 
Holwey, Nicholas, carpenter= Alice, d. 

of John Beavys, capper. 1473. 
Holway, Thomas, tailor=Julyan, d. of 

Nicholas Curteys. 1515. 
Holyare, John, plumber=Grace, jd. of 

John Cook. 1449. 
Holybon, Wm., waxchandler=Agnes d. 

of John Lyon. 1427. 
Homersham, Charles, carpenter=Sarah, 

d. of Thos. Stranguish, cooper. 1735. 
Homersham, Tho., of St. Dunstan's in 

Kent, labourer. 1789. 



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130 



Homme, Samuel, silkweaver=Sarah, d. 

of Edward Justice, plumber. 1719- 
Hommee, Joseph, joiner. 1753. 
Honyman, William, brick.layer=Sarah, d. 

of Robert Gilbert. 1 692. 
Hook, Benjamin, tailor. 1767. 
Hope, James=Agnes, d. of John Lynde. 

1449. 
Hopley, Michael, of Dover, mariner. 1789. 
Hopper, John, miller==Joyce, d. of John 

Mate. 1548. 
Hopton, Walter, vintner=Elizabeth, d. of 

John Lynde. 1463. 
Home, Thomas, yeoman=:Anne, d. of 

Thomas Foxe. 1575. 
Horn, James, grocer. 1775. 
Hornesby, Thomas, vvooIcomber^Eliza- 

beth, d. of John Berry, husbandman. 

1674. 
Horton, J ohn, of Stelling, yeoman^Sarah, 

d. of Alexander Mocket, of Cant., 

cordwainer. 1700. 
Hosier, Richard, of London, silk\veaver= 

Jane, d. of James Gilmore, of Cant., 

silkweaver. 1714. 
Hoskyns, John, currier=Margaret. d. of 

William Ancell, grocer. 1646. 
Hougham, Henry, gent.=Sarah, d. of 

William Hunt, innholder. 1722. 
Hougham, Solomon, of London, officer 

in the Excise. 1754. 
Houghton, John, of Maidstone, brick- 

layer=Mary, d. of Nicholas Johnson, 

of Cant., cordwainer. 1734. 
Housden, Nicholas, of Faversham, cord- 

wainer=Elizabeth, d. of Paul Nor- 
wood, Senior, of Cant., turner. 1734. 
Hovynden, William, clothier=Mary, d. 

of Christopher Cornwell. 1550. 
Howelle, Richard, farrier=.Mice, d. of 

Robert Croucher. 1423. 
Howson, George, of London, linnen- 

draper. 1768. 
Hubbard, John, brewer=Thomasine, d. 

of Rest Fenner, brewer. 1749. 
Hubbard, William, shoemaker=Joan, d. 

of James Vydean. 1538. 
Hudson, Richard, carpenter= Sarah, d. 

of Thomas Denne, carpenter. 1741. 
Hudson, Samuel, o,f London, musician- 
Mary, d. of Edward Thomas, of 

Cant., farrier. 1741. 
Huens, Edward, ycoman=Margaret, d. 

of Edward Barret, smith. 1639. 
Hughes, Richard, of London, labourer. 

1761. 
Hugman, James, sawyer=Jane, d. of 

George Fidge, tailor. 1714. 



Hull, Thomas, butcher=Elizabeth, d. of 
George Church, joiner. 1718. 

Hullok, John, corvesir=Margaret, d. of 
John Palmere. 1449. 

Hulman, Geoffrey, tailor= Beatrice, d. of 
Thomas Bokynge, weaver. 1434. 

Hume, Thomas, of London, gent. 1795. 

Huiite, William, mercer, because he mar- 
ried [blank] d. of John Edmunde. 

'535- 
Hunt, William, musician, =Elizabeth, d. 

of Thomas Boys, shoemaker. 1567. 
Hunt, Thomas, beerbrewer=Jane, d. of 

Thomas Tetter, beerbrewer. 1592. 
Hunt, Edward, salesman — Mary, d. of 

Thomas Davis, wooUendraper and 

Alderman. 1740. 
Hunt, John, carpenter. 1766. 
Hurst, William, stocking-weaver=Mary, 

d. of Thomas Turner, labourer. 1734. 
Hutton, Thomas, pewterer=Elizabeth, 

d. of John Osborne, drawer. 1668. 
Hyder, Iohn=Ann, d. of William Hayns, 

needle-maker. 1677. 
Hyder, Edward, of Faversham, butcher= 

Anne, d. of John Browne, late of 

W'hitstable, hoyman and freeman of 

Cant. 1 741. 
Hyldkot, John, tailor=Alice, d. of John 

Pert. 1437- 
HyltoR, William, hackneyman=Cecilia, 

d. of Thomas Sculton. 1484. 
I den, Thomas, of Faversham, woollen 

draper=Hannah, d. of Nathaniel 

Ladd, of Cant., wooUendraper. 1 705. 
Ingall, John, of London, watchmaker. 

1761. 
Inge, Richard, of Bekesbourne, yeoman. 

1754- 

Ingram, John. ^'fcCarpyntcr, John. 1489. 

Ingram, Thomas, of Fordwich, linnen- 
weaver=Anne, d. of Thomas Chap- 
man, of Cant., silkweaver. 1727. 

Ireland, Paul, \veaver=Anne, d. of Samp- 
son Leat. 1589. 

Ireland, John, labourer. 1790. 

Irons, Henry, butcher. 1774. 

Ismay, Isaac, of London, merchant^Anne, 
d. of John Lade, of Cant., leather- 
seller. 1752. 

Iverson, John, baker^Patience, d. of 
Abraham Burton, tailor. 17 14. 

Ives, Samuel, husbandman. 1753. 

Iveson, William, husbandman=Elizabeth, 
d. of James Court, cordwainer. 1726. 

Jackson, John, baker=Mary, d. of 
Thomas Gill, weaver. 1741. 



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132 



Jackson, James, miller=Mary, d. of John 

Peters, butcher. 1749. 
Jacob, Edward, innholder=Mary, d. of 

Jeremy Waster, innholder. 1680. 
Jacob, Henry, joiner=Mary, d. of John 

Eastman, collarmaker. 1681. 
Jacob, John, of Nackington, gent. 1790. 
Jarman, Israel, turner^Elizabeth, d. of 

WilHam Reeve, Alderman. 16S5. 
Jarman, Samuel, u'oolcomber= Margaret, 

d. of John Richardson, thread throw- 
ster. 1724. 
Jerman, Philip, bIacksmith=Susan, d. of 

John Ledger, cordwainer. 1741. 
Jarman, Thomas. husbandman=Mary, d. 

of John Ledger, cordwainer. i744- 
Jarvis, Thomas, labourer. 1773. 
Jaspar, Valentine, brewer=Susan, d. of 

Thomas Abbott, Serjeant-at-Mace. 

Jesper, John, victuaIler=Martha, d. of 
Daniel Giles, grocer. 1690. 

leanes, William, labourer. 1789. 

Jedery, fohn, husbandman=Sarah, d. of 
Solomon Brice, baker. 1707. 

Jelley, Thomas, mallster=Mary, d. of 
Thomas King, tobaccopipemaker. 
1678. 

Jemmett, John, taiIor=Mary, d. of Rich- 
ard Waller. 1574. 

Jennings, William. tailor=Elizabeth, d. 
of Thomas Kingsford, woollendraper. 
1659. 

Jennings, John, of Dover, plumber=]\Iary, 
d. of Thomas Baker, of Dover, 
collarmaker and freeman of Cant. 

■752- 
Jethery, James, husbandman=Elizabeth, 

d. of Joseph Mond, clothier. 1714- 
Jinks, Joseph, of London, perukemaker. 

1761. 
load, George, of Deal, ropemaker. 1796. 
Jocelyn, Robert, of Folkestone, school- 
master. 1796. 
Johncock, Bartholomew, tailor=Eliza- 

beth, d. of William Russell. 1620. 
Johnson, William, painter=Alice, d. of 

John Foreflode, hatter. 1528. 
Johnson, Nicholas, weaver=Margaret, d. 

of John Evanes, tailor. 1627. 
Johnson, Charles, smith=Susan, d. of 

Samuel Bond, cordwainer. 1668. 
Johnson, John, victualler. 1753. 
Jolliffc, John, of London, carpenter. 1795. 
Jones (loanes), Hugh, tailor=Anne, d. 

of Robert Barwyke, barber. 1561- 
Johnes, Thomas, maItster=Margaret, d. 

of Robert Shawe, kerseymaker. 1598. 



Jones, Morgan, blacksmith=Elizabeth, d. 

of George Hern, silkweaver. 1734. 

Jones, Thomas, of London, upholsterer. 

1758. 
Jones, Evan, cordwainer. 1780. 
Joseph, John, yeoman=Anne, d. of John 

Freman, Alderman. 1552. 
Jowett, Henry, of London, cordwainer. 

1760. 
Juddery, Stephen, cordwainer=Sarah, d. 

of Edward Hall, cordwainer. 1677. 
Jull, John, cordwainer=Elizabeth, d. of 

Thomas Pollard, brewer. 1661. 
Jull, John, husbandman= Margaret, d. of 

Matthew WoodfuU, silkweaver. 1704. 
Justice, Charles, labourer. 1789. 
Kanser, George, dyer=Hester, d. of 

Silvester Marable, bricklayer. 1679. 
Keeler, John, cabinetmaker. 1795. 
Keer, Gregory, merchant=Alice, d. of 

Joseph Roberts, gent. 1702. 
Keet'e, Edward, of the Precincts, barber 

= Mary, d. of John Moate, cooper. 

1727. 
Kelly, John, of Sandwich, tallowchandler 

=Sarah, d. of William Nayer, of 

Cant., goldsmith. 17 16. 
Kelly, Daniel, of Eastry, gent.= Mary, 

d. of William Nayer, of Cant., gold- 
smith. 1722. 
Kelley, John, gent.=Rebecca, d. of John 

Wear, hop-planter. 1752. 
Kempe, William, hackneyman=Agnes, d. 

of lerome Wyldbore. 1554. 
Kemp, Richard, gardener. 1771- 
Kemp, Henry, of the Precincts, Cant., 

haberdasher. 1787. 
Kendall, William, of Sturry, grocer= 

Mary, d. of Robert Young, of Cant., 

linnendraper. 1727. 
Kendall, George, carpenter. 1761. 
Kenfyld, Nicholas, tailor=Sara, d. of 

Thomas Cheesman, grocer. 1607. 
Kenne, Charles, cutler. 1762. 
Kennesbe, Edward, hempdresser=Eliza- 

beth, d. of Thomas Cooper, shoe- 
maker. 1642. 
Kenet, John, chandler, Alice, d. of 

Richard Saghier. 1430. 
Kennet, Sampson, linnendraper=Anne, 

d. of William Clegatt, haberdasher. 

1637. 
Kilras, Thomas=Christina, d. of Philip 

Atte Cliurche, Junior, of Westgate. 

1408. 
Kinge, James, maltman=Bridgett, d. of 

Richard Holman, shoemaker. 1595. 



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134 



Kinge, John, tailor=Sara, d. of Abraham 

Clarke, tailor. 1614. 
King, Samuel, carpenter=Siisan, d. of 

fames Brown, carpenter. 1680. 
King, Peter, victualler. 1757. 
King, Thomas, labourer. 1796. 
Kingsford, George, of Ramsgate, cord- 

wainer. 1789. 
Kingsley, Charles, of London, druggist. 

1761. 
Kyngsnod, Simon, cooper=Ursula, d. of 

Thomas Cutt. 1570. 
Kirby (Kerbey), Adam, maltster=Agnes, 

d. of Thomas Bridge, grocer. 1627. 
Kirbey, John, of Holy Cross, Cant., 

husbandman=Elizabeth, d. of Joshua 

Cox, of Cant., linnenweaver. 1747. 
Kirby, John, of St. Peter in Thanet. 1791. 
Kitham, Richard, grocer^Thoinasine, d. 

of George Vandepeire, joiner. 1666. 
Knell, James, silkweaver=Elizabeth, d. 

of Thomas Parker, cordwainer. 1 708. 
Knewstub, Moses, cooper=Elizabeth, d. 

of Thomas Gilman, blacksmith. 1726. 
Knifton, William, tallowchandler. 1753. 
Knyght, John, weaver=a d. of Richard 

Knyght, webbe. 1440. 
Knight, George, clockmaker=Elizabeth, 

d. of Randolph Ludd, glazier. 1683. 
Knock, Thomas, glover^Margery, d. of 

John Elvyn, saddler, iS9'. 
Knolles, Stephen, cook=Anne, d. of 

Thomas Bartrop, tailor. 1595. 
Knott, William, brewer=Ellise, d. of 

John Hardes, baker. 1598. 
Knott, Thomas, of Elham, linnenweaver 

=I\Iargaret, d. of Nicholas Gold- 
finch, of Elham, carpenter, freeman 

of Cant. 1722. 
Knot, Matthew, carpenter=Ann, d. of 

Thomas Crothal, butcher. 1744. 
Knott, John, baker. 1766. 
Knott, James, labourer. 1774. 
Krygthon, Thomas, smith=Joan, d. of 

John Saundre, fuller. 1414. 
Kyffyn, William=the d. of William Bale. 

i5°3- 

Kyrton, William, tailor^Elizabeth, d. of 
Edward Carpenter, Alderman. 1594. 

Lad, James, carpenter=Anne, d. of 
Henry Lewis 1704. 

Ladd, Thomas, of Bishopsbourne, car- 
penter. 1795. 

Lake, James, baker=Martha, d. of Edward 
Woodcock, cordwainer. 1679. 

Lambe, William, waxchandler^Thomas- 
ine, d. of Robert Loy. 1484. 



Lamb, John, of St. Dunstan's in Kent, 

baker. 1784. 
Lamb, John, of London, wine merchant. 

1799. 
Lambert, Peter, barber^Elizabeth, d. of 

John Hamilton, barber. 1720. 
Lambesyn, John=Agnes, d. of Simon 

Saddler. 1393. 
Laming, Thomas, silkweaver=Anne, d. 

of Thomas Barret, clocksmith. 1727. 
Lampard, William, butcher^Elizabeth, d. 

of John Malpus, victualler. 1709. 
Lance, David, of Sandwich, brewer=Anne, 

d. of Richard Pembrooke, of Cant., 

tallowchandk-r. 1750. 
Lancell, Henry, silk weaver. 1761. 
Landman, Leonard, carpenter=Katherine, 

d. of Nicholas Neeve, shearman. 

1659. 
Lane, Thomas, threadtwister^Elizabeth, 

d. of Edward Van, cooper. 1674. 
Lane, John, of Thaninglon, malt.ster= 

Elizabeth, d. of Thomas Young, of 

Cant., gardener. 1705. 
Lane, Philip, of Thanington, hop-planter 

= Sarah, d. of John Homersham, of 

Cant., carpenter. 1741. 
Lanes, William, of the Borough of Long- 
port. 1756. 
Langbridge, John, of Seasalter, fisherman 

=Sara, d. of Thomas Bruncker, of 

Cant., labourer. 1710. 
Lannis, Joseph, of the iith Light 

Dragoons. 1796. 
Lapham, John=.\nne, d. of Lancelot 

Vandepere. 1600. 
Lavender, Russell, bricklayer. 1795. 
Lawrence, Thomas, cook=Jane, d. of 

John Atkinson, pavior. 16 14. 
Lawrence, Edward, of Harbledown, baker. 

1768. 
Layborne, Roger, £squire=Joan, d. of 

John Lyride. 1460. 
Lea, Henry, cordwainer^ Frances, d. of 

William Russell, baker. 1621. 
Lee, John, gardener=Mary, d. of John 

Shepard, shoemaker. 1642. 
Lee, John, tailor=Mary, d. of Abraham 

Coif, tailor. 1681. 
Lee, John, of the Borough of Longport, 

fruiterer= Susanna, d. of Valentine 

Broadnax, cordwainer. 1700. 
Ledain, Andrew, woolcomber=Rachel, 

d. of Andrew Holness, carpenter. 

1725- 
Le Dain, Daniel, labourer=Sarah, d. of 

Richard Cocket, butcher. 1733. 



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136 



Ledger, Stephen, tailor=Anne, d. of 

[blank] Young, silkweaver. 1714- 
Legrand, Peter, silk\veaver=Anne, d. of 
Henry Harrison, linnendraper. 1729. 
Leheup, David, of London, silkweaver. 

1761. 
Leman, Christopher, yeoman=Elizabeth, 
d. of Randolph Ludd, glazier. 1612. 
Lemar, John, labourer. 1790. 
Lender, Alexander, of London, Cheese- 
monger=Sarah, d. of John Lane, of 
Cant., maltster. 1741. 
Lepine, Samuel, silkweaver. 1776. 
Leitch, Peter, of London, tailor. 1761. 
Letch, Samuel, labourer=Ann, d. of John 

Barton, cordwainer. 173+. 
Levyns, Thomas, mercer=Joan, d. of 

John BuUyng, chandler. 1464. 
Lewger, John, hackneyman=a d. of John 

Carpenter. 1509. 
Lewin, William, gardener. 1753. 
Lewis, Henry, maltster=Mary, d. of John 

Co.\, cordwainer. 1673. 
Lewis, Henry, weaver=Ann, d. of Thomas 

Bunker, tailor. 1676. 
Lewis, Thomas, labourer=Catharine, d. 
of Edward Burgess, bricklayer. 1741. 
Lewis, John, labourer. 1789. 
Leye, Thomas, brazier=Thomasine {?) d. 

of Henry Preston. 1398. 
Lieff, John, couper=Alice, d. of John 

Harry, couper. 1406. 
Lightfoote, Thomas, innkeeper=Eliza- 
beth, d. of George Piers : the said 
Elizabeth was born 4 years after her 
father rec'd the freedom. 1590. 
Linom, John, of Westgate in Kent, 

scrivener. 1789. 
Little, John, of Hythe, labourer. 1790. 
Loft, John, starchmaker=Anne, d. of 

William Buckley, barber. 1663. 

Loftie, Thomas, gent.=Anne, d. of John 

Sawkins, Common clerk of this city. 

1711. 

Lodington, Francis, surgeon=Elizabeth, 

d. of Charles Annott, surgeon. 1 628. 

London, Richard, of London, butcher. 

1796. 
Long, William, gent. 1761. 
Longbridge, Oswell, labourer. 1789. 
Lord, John=Isabell, d. of Robert Pollard. 

1406. 
Lorde, William, locksmith=Mary, d. of 

Thomas Boyes, shoemaker. 1576. 
Loste, Bernard, silkweaver. 1754. 
Love, John, vintner=Margaret, d. of 
William Goldsmyth. i479- 



Love, Richard, barber=Frances, d. of 

Richard Branker, woolcomber. 1715. 

Lovel, Laurence, barber=Joan, d. of 

William Basely. 1416. 
Lovell, Edward, butcher=Joan, d. of 

Gilbert Bland, butcher. " 1589. 
Lovell, John, Sergeant, Somerset Militia. 

1796. 
Lovelace, William, gent.=Anne. d. of 

Robert Lewys, Alderman. 1555. 
Loveryk, Anthony, gent.=Constance, d. 

of Mr. ]ohn Penwortham. 1477. 
Lovett, John, pewterer=Joan, d. of Tho- 
mas Wyllyams, clothworker. 1575- 
Lowe, James, of Elham, yeoman=Ann, 

d. of Thomas Rouse, of Cant., 

saleman, 1734. 
Lowghore, Richard, tailor=Alice, d. of 

Thomas John, tailor. 1514- 
Loynes, Simon, of London, hairdresser. 

1796. 
Lucas, John, gardener. 1757- 
Lucas, Stephen, grocer. 1785. 
Ludlow, John, of London, victualler. 1 766. 
Lukyn, John, gent.=Anne, d. of Anthony 

Oughton, Alderman and Chamber- 
lain of Cant. '727. 
Lyneaker, Robert, yeoman=Joan, d. of 

John Fowle. 1549- 
Lyneham, James, husbandman=Eliza- 

beth, d. of Joseph Nelson, silkweaver. 

1704. 
Lineham, George, of London, joiner= 

Katherine, d. of Richard Ginder, of 

Cant., smith. 1714- 
Lynsted, Robert, mason=Dorothy, d. of 

Robert Sare, grocer. 1522. 
Lytylcote, John, late of Cant., gent. 

" he maryed [blank] d. of [blank] 

Sheldwych." 1534- 
Mace, Samuel, hempdresser^Mary, d. of 

Henry Carey, cordwainer. 1688. 
Machane, John, tailor=Joan, d. of John 

Hay, tailor. 1513. 
M'Kenzey, John, gent. 1761. 
Mackintosh, Alexander, of Hackington, 

labourer. 1787. 
Maddy, Thomas, perukemaker. 1755. 
Major, Thomas, of London, grocer= 

Ursula, d. of Thomas Blake, of 

Cant., barber and periwigmaker. 

1741. 
Maldone, John, victualler, per Joan, his 

wife. 1426. 
Malpas, John, cordwainer^Elizabeth, d. 

of Thomas Finn, cordwainer. 1683. 
Manakee, Benjamin, of London, silk- 

weaver=Elizabeth, d. of John Rayls- 

ton, of Cant., cordwainer. 1727. 



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138 



Manly, Henry, of Deptford, gardener. 

1754- 
Mantle, Richard, shoemaker=Mildred, d. 

of James Bennett, shoemaker. 1606. 
Mantle, Richard, of Sheerness, sawyer. 

1767. 
Maple, Richard, bricklayer=Margaret, d. 

of John Crauford. 1649. 
Maplesden, Jarvas, gent.=iMar)', d. of 

George Claggat, Alderman. 161 2. 
Maplisden, George, grocer=Elizabeth, d. 

of Walter Sowthwell, grocer. 1627. 
Marchant, John, labourer=Anne, d. of 

Stephen Cheesman, carpenter. 1722. 
Marchant, John, of London, silkweaver. 

1766. 
Maries, Israel, yeoman=Anne, d. of 

William Amye, Alderman. 1604. 
Marlier, John, the younger, silk\veaver= 

Elizabeth, d. of James Gilmore, silk- 
weaver. 1704. 
Marrable, Thomas, silkweaver= Frances, 

d. of Thomas Wickham, cooper. 1671. 
Marrable. Valentine, bricklayer=Eliza- 

d. of John Clare, carpenter. 1695. 
Marreys, David, clericus=Christina, d. of 

John Tryppe. 1421. 
Marseile, James, heelmaker^Mary, d. of 

Edward Engham, joiner. 1713. 
Marshe, Richard, gent.=Anne, d. of 

Richard Gaunt, Alderman. 1595. 
Marsh, William, of Chatham, baker= 

Elizabeth, d. of Thomas Banfield, of 

Cant., tailor. 170S. 
Marsh, Richard, of Sturry, gardener= 

Jane, d. of William Kitham, of Cant., 

tailor. 1 7 14. 
Marsh, William, cordwainer. 1786. 
Marshall, Richard, of Heme, mariner= 

Sarah, d. of James Hutt, cordwainer. 

1 716. 
Martyn, Thomas, tailor=Margaret, d. of 

John Rooke, cooper. 1582. 
Marten, Henry, cordwainer=iMary, d. of 

Giles Seward, tailor. 1643. 
Martin, George, labourer^Judith, d. of 

John Barton, cordwainer. 1741. 
Martin, Francis, stockingweaver=Susanna, 

d. of Henry Casey, joiner. 1747. 
Martin, Daniel, staymaker. 1754. 
Martin, James, perukemaker. 1776. 
Martin, James, cordwainer. 1793. 
Martin, George, cordwainer. 1797. 
Martin, Roger, cordwainer. 1799. 
Mason, William, basketmaker. 1774- 
Masters, William, of Harbledown, yeoman 

=Ann, d. of John Iverson, of Cant., 

baker. 1734. 



Matson, Thomas, cordwainer=Frances, 

d. of RobertDeane, millwright. 1702. 
Matthewe, Robert, pavior=the d. of lohn 

Courtney. 1532. 
Matthews, John, pavior^Margaret, d. of 

Erasmus Shaw, cordwainer. 1672. 
Matthews, John, carpenter. 1769. 
Maundy, Richard, of Sandwich, merchant 

=Susanna, d. of Henry Harrison, 

linnendraper. 171 3. 
May, George, apothecary=a d. of Simon 

Hoigges. 1545. 
Maye, Henry, carpenter=Anne, d. of 

Henry Prowd, gent. 1625. 
May, William, gent. =Rachel, d. of George 

Young, apothecary. 1644. 
May, Robert, baker=Sarah, d. of Isaiah 

Parker, innholder. 1698. 
May, Mercer, husbandman=Mildred, d. 

of Thomas Wall, labourer. 1714. 
May, Edward, silkweaver=Mary, d. of 

John Burgess, labourer. 1746. 
May, William Florence, of Birchington, 

carpenter. 1795. 
Mayhew^ John, of the Precinct of Christ 

Church, Cant., perfumer=Elizabeth, 

d. of John Flatman, bricklayer. 1700. 
Mead, James, barber-surgeon=Anne, d. 

of John Morgan, cordwainer. 1665. 
IMedgett, Henry, carpenter=Mar)', d. of 

James Chandler, butcher. 1747. 
Meers, Godfrey, shoemaker=Anne, d. 

of Nicholas Deerelove, shoemaker. 

1608. 
Meers, William, carpenter. 1800. 
Mepsted, John, of Challock, labourer. 

.789. 
Mere. William, draper=Agnes, d. of 

Robert Pot. 1409. 
Middleton, Edward, of Dover, cord- 

wainer=Elizabeth, d. of William 

Jeflery, late of Cant., cooper. 1710. 
Miles, John, hackney-coachman^IVIary, 

d. of John Richardson, Serjeant-at- 

Mace. 1676. 
Miles, William, gardener=Mary, d. of 

Henry Gray, bricklayer. 1710. 
Miles, Richard, of Deal, baker. 1784. 
Miles, William, of Minster in Thanet, 

labourer. 1789. 
Milgate, William, smith. 1789. 
Mills (Alylys), John, mercer=Alice, d. of 

Robert Alarten, goldsmith. 1520. 
Mylles, Edward, ostclothweaver=Mar- 

garet, d. of John Nayler, Alderman. 

1525- 
Milles, George, maltster=Sibyl, d. of 

Fowler Colbrand. 1600. 



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140 



Milles, Matthew, labourer=Anne, d. of 

Reginald Borne, carpenter. 1638. 
Mills, Thomas, ol St. Paul's Depiford, 

shipwright. 1779. 
Milward, Samuel, of London, hosier. 1761. 
Minter, John, labourer. 1789. 
Minter, William, of Chislet, labourer. 

1789. 
Minter, John, cabinetmaker. 1793- 
Moat, lames, miller=Elizabeth, d. of 

Richard Packen, yeoman. 1630. 
Mockett, John, distiller. 1764. 
Momforth, John, skinner=Joan, d. of 

John Huet. 1522. 
Monds, Isaac, labourer=Elizabeth, d. of 

Thomas Fagg, cordwainer. 1722. 
Monrowe, Andrew, cordwainer=Dorothy, 

d. of Ambrose Rose, turner. 1720. 
Moore, John, shoemaker^Jane, d. of 

John Marley, shoemaker. 1583. 
Moore, John, shoemaker=Joan, d. of 

John Marloe, shoemaker. 1585. 
Moor, John, yeoman=Elizabeth, d. of 

James Pout, woollendraper. 1714.. 
Moor, George, of Harbledown, husband- 

man^Elizabeth, d. of John Gray, of 

Cant., carpenter. 1741- 
Moore, John, cordwainer=Elizabeth, d. 

of William Waters, of Ashford, 

husbandman and freeman of Cant. 

'747- 
Moore, Thomas, woolcomber. 1789. 
Moore, William Israel, of Littlebourne, 

labourer. 1790. 
Moore, John, tailor. 1800. 
Morday, James, of Whitstable. 1780. 
Morehead, Alexander, tailor. 1786. 
Moreux, John, corvesir=Joan, d. of 

Hamon Gooch. 1412. 
Morgin, John, cordwainer=Mary, d. of 

Samuel Elvee, cordwainer. 1619. 
Morgan, Thomas, barber=Eliza', d. of 

Luke Courtupp, grocer. 1628. 
Morgan, Thomas, mariner=Elizabeth, d. 

of William Gilpin, millener. 1746- 
Morgan, Robert, of Rochester, victualler. 

1761. 
Morley, William, Officer of Excise. 1788. 
Mormay, Jacob, of London, silkweaver= 

Sarah, d. of Thomas Cole, of Cant., 

coachmaker. 1734. 
Morphew, William, of Dover, cooper. 

1796. 
Morris, Richard, hempdresser=Rebecca, 

d. of William Buckhurst, tailor. 1629. 
Morris, John, \voolcomber=Elizabeth, d. 

of Vespation Harris, mercer. 1680. 



Morris, Thomas, labourer=Susan, d. of 

William Silke, carpenter. 17 14. 
Morris, Philip, of London, tailor. 1768. 
Morton. John, vintner=Mary, d. of John 

Pierce, cordwainer. 1662. 
Moss, Isaac, tailor=Mary, d. of Robert 

Whiting, baker. 1747. 
Mount, Henry, of Nackington, yeoman. 

1782. 
Moys, Stephen, of Slurry, carpenter= 

Susan, d. of Alderman Bullock, of 

Cant., carpenter. 1727. 
Mullington, John, saddler=Ann, d. of 

Isaac Hawkes, saddler. 1683. 
Mumbray, Thomas, of Deal, baker. i8oc. 
Mummery, William, of Eastry, cordwainer. 

1800. 
Munday, Thomas, flaxdresser=Susanna, 

d. of William Rust, brewer. 1706. 
Munday, John, labourer=Susannah, d. of 

Henry Rust, brewer. 1722. 
Munns, John, tailor=Priscilla, d. of John 

Tucker, instrument maker. 1653. 
IMurfield, Benjamin, of Rochester, 

husbandman. 1761. 
Murle, Richard, weaver,=Cristina, d. of 

Thomas Smyth. 1421. 
Muswell, Anthony, grocer=the d. of 

Edward Carpynter, Alderman. 1559. 
Nash, VVilliam,of Dover, carpenter. 1761. 
Neale, Joseph, cordwainer=Elizabeth, d. 

of Edward Rolfe, bricklayer. 1700. 
Neale, Thomas, labourer. 1795. 
Nelson, Joseph, siIkweaver=Mary, d. of 

Stephen Edmonds, joiner. 1675. 
Nelson, William, of Tottenham High 

Cross, Middlesex, labourer. 1761. 
Nelson, Robert, of St. Johns, Wapping, 

shipwright. 1768. 
Nethersole, William, of Faversham, gent. 

= Frances, d. of William Peirce, of 

Cant., barber. 1725. 
Nevill, John, of the Borough of Longport, 

maltster=Margaret, d. of John That- 
cher, tailor. 1647. 
Nevell, Thomas, smith=Ann, d. of 

Thomas Gorham, clothier. 1693. 
Newell, Charles, of London, tallowchand- 

ler=Mary, d. of James Jethery, of 

Cant., husbandman. 1752. 
Newland, Michael, maltster=Sibbell, d. 

of Elias Marten, cordwainer. 1631. 
Newman, John,smith=Jane,d. of William 

Parker. 1 740. 
Newson, William, cook=Susanna, d. of 

Richard Hornsby, glazier. 1697. 
Newton, Adam, tailor=Anne, d. of John 

Hopper, miller. 1576. 



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142 



Newton, James, tailor=Ann, d. of John 

Pilkiiigton. 1685. 
Newton, Edward, dyer=AIary, d. of 

William Sharpe, butcher. 17 19. 
Newynton, John, fuller=Cristina, d. of 

John Chesman. 1+23. 
Ney, Robert, gardener=j\lary, d. of 

Thomas Goldhatch, " weeler." 1686. 
Nicholl, Thomas, capper=^Iargaret, d. 

of John Potman. 1467. 
Nicholls (Nycolls), George, yeoman=a d. 

of Nicholas Broke. 1544-. 
Nickols, Samuel, labourer. 1753. 
Nichols, Thomas, of Folkestone, miller. 

1796. 
Nicholson (Nycolson), Riibert=Joan, d. 

of John Nasch, haberdasher. [From 

a loose leaf of the 15th century. No 

date.] 
Nicholson, Thomas, hempdresser=Jane, 

d. of Noah Leeds, tailor. 1661. 
Nightingale, Robert, labourer. 1789. 
Nixon, Simon, of Fordwich, coIlier= 

Sarah, d. of John Railston, of Cant., 

cordwainer. 1731. 
Noble, Willi.im. baker=Martha, d. of 

William Buckhurst, tailor. 1658. 
Norbury, Rev. Thomas, of Otford, clerk 

=.'\nn, d. of John Comerford, of 

Cant., victualler. 1739. 
Norman, Alexander, of Sandwich=Nich- 

ola, d. of Thomas Ketynton. HOJ- 
Norris, Michael, of Sheerness, ship- 

wright=Elizabeth, d. of Samuel 

Bridge, of Cant., tailor. 1722. 
Norton, Thomas, chandler=Joan, d. 

of Richard Hodell. 1441. 
Norwood, Arthur, ironmonger=Eliza- 

beih, d. of John Ashenden, saddler. 

1639. 
Nutte, Robert, baker : " he maryed the d. 

of John Haiiiond." 1531. 
Nutt, John, baker=Mary, d. of Roger 

May, clothworker. 1575. 
Nynne, Richard=. Margery, d. of John 

Pynenton. 1403. 
Oakeley, John, bricklayer=Sarah, d. of 

Robert CIc'ggatt, haberdasher. 1665. 
Oakeley, Tliomas, of Deal, brewer. 1770. 
Obree, Charles. barber=Anne, d. of John 

Atwell, linnenweaver. 1723. 
Obree, Phineas, mariner=Ann, d. of 

William Miles, bricklayer. 1746. 
Offfferynge, Thomas, needlemaker=Mary, 

d. of John Carpynter, woolleudraper. 

1585- 
Okey, William, tailor=Grace, d. of Henry 
Casey, victualler. 1736. 



Oidfield, John, of Wingham, bricklayer 

=Mary, d. of Jeremiah Rigden, of 

Cant., carpenter. 1741. 
Olfryth, Robert, clothworker=Anne, d. 

of John Esley. 1586. 
Olive, James, cordwainer=Katherine, d. 

of William Pout, husbandman. 1739. 
Olive, Samuel, gardener=Ennet, d. of 

Thomas Whitf, bricklayer. 1747. 
Oliver, Edward, of Whit stable, mariner 

=Elizabeth, d. of William Jull, cord- 
wainer. 1696. 
Oliver, Nicholas, of Faversham, currier= 

Margaret, d. of William Barges, of 

Cant., coUarmaker. 1714. 
Oliver, John, husbandman. 1772. 
Olyf, William, because " he maried the 

doughter of one Harry Wheteley 

beyng freeman." 1504. 
Ormorode, John, labourer=Elizabeth, d. 

of Thomas Beverton, maltster. 1741. 
Osborne, John, yeoman=Mary, d. of 

James Newton, baker. 1625. 
Ovynden, Thomas=Sara, d. of Stephen 

Sare, Alderman. 1578. 
Ovenden, William, bricklayer. 1765. 
Overine, William, tailor=Margery, d. of 

Leonard Ashenden, saddler. 1604. 
Overy, John, of London, silkweaver. 1754. 
Oweyn, Robert, brewer=Dionisia, d. of 

John Hammock, tailor. 1402. 
Oxbrigge, Richard, mercer=Joan, d. of 

John Courtman. 1501. 
Oxburgh, William, brazier=Frances, d. 

of Isaac Knowles, clothier. 1626. 
Oxynbregge, Robert, butcher=Eleanor, 

d. of Roger Clark. The said Robert 

hath a daughter, Thomasine, aged 

one year. 1530. 
Packenham, Henry, oent.=Joan, d. of 

Israel Wevells, clothworker. 1632. 
Page, John, cooper=Elizabeth, d. of 

John Studham, cooper. 1694. 
Page, Thomas, bricklayer=Ann, d. of 

John Sack, victualler. 1733. 
Page, James, bricklayer. 1753. 
Page, William, victualler, 1777. 
Palfrey, Richard, tailor=Alice, d. of 

Hugh Jones, the elder, tailor. 1585. 
Palmer, John, currier=Susan, d. of Robert 

Warkenson, painter. 1627. 
Palmer, Charles, pot-maker=Lydia, d. of 

John Shingler, gardener. 1641. 
Palmer, Richard, cooper=Sara, d. of 

William Jelfery, cooper. 1681. 
Palmer, Caleb, of Wingham, butcher= 

Sarah, d. of Samuel Chandler, 

butcher. 1700. 



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144 



Palmer, John, tailor. 177+- 

Pannell, John, mariner=Sarah, d. of 

Israel Fox, victualler. 1721. 
Papprill, Joseph, of London, watchmotion 

maker. 1789. 
Paren, John, silkweaver. 1760. 
Pargate, George, shoemaker=Rose, d. of 

James Bennett. 1603. 
Parkenson, Robert, painter=Margaret, d. 

of Bell Whit, joiner. 1602. 
Parker, John, baker=J\Iargaret, d. of 

John Hardy, couper. 1415. 
Parker, James, brewer=a d. of Nicholas 

Sparkwell. 15+5- 
Parker, Abraham, beerbrewer=Mary, d. 

of Simon White. 1660. 
Parker, John, grocer=3\Iary, d. of John 

Berry, carpenter. 1697. 
Parker, Daniel, blacksmith=Mary, d. of 

John Phillips, hop-planter. 1727- 
Parker, George, of Chilham, labourer= 

Elizabeth, d. of David Austin, of 

Cant, labourer. 17+1. 
Parker, Thomas, blacksmith=Elizabeth, 

d. of Samuel Sharp, butcher. 17+2. 
Parker, John, of Eastchurch in Sheppy, 

butcher. 1789. 
Parnel, Robert, of London, woollen- 

draper=]Margaret, d. of John Row, 

of Cant., wooUendraper. 1733- 
Parnell, Thomas, gingerbread baker= 

Mary, d. of Daniel Pennington, 

mealman. 1751. 
Parnell, Thomas, of Christ Church, Kent. 

1796. 
Parnum, William, silkweaver. 1782. 
Parr, Peter, Esquire=Mary, d. of Edward 

Charlton, gent. 1747. 
Parsley, Jacob, baker. 1784. 
Parsons, Thomas, tailor=Jane, d. of 

William Beane, Alderman. 1681. 
Partridge, Stephen, of Petham, yeoman. 

1770. 
Parys, Thomas, shearman=Joan Duffelde, 

d. of John Peek, saddler. 14 14. 
Paste, Joseph, of London, perfumer. 1795- 
Patey, John, cordvvainer=Sara, d. of 

Nicholas Dowrne. 1620. 
Patten, Francis Smith, of Rochester, 

stonemason. 1767. 
Patteson, Jeremy, bricklayer=Katherine, 

d. of William Amyes, Alderman. 1617. 
Pattison, John, of Sarr, yeoman. 1761. 
Pattou, Isaac, silkweaver=Elizabeth, d. 

of William Allen, victualler. 1695. 
Pattoo, James, silkweaver=Sarah, d. of 

James Harris, smith. 1700. 



Paule, Richard, hosier=Katherine, d. of 

Simon Castell. 1494. 
Paul, Edward, of London, sawyer=Alice, 

d. of Thomas Baker, of Dover, 

collarraaker and freeman of Cant. 

1752. 
Paveyer, Nicholas, grocer=Margery, d. 

of [blank] Pokes. 1515. 
Pawlm, Sampson, tailor=Elizabeth, d. of 

Walter Mond, vintner. 1733. 
Pay, William, victualler. 1756. 
Payne, William, yeoman=Joan, d. of John 

Tusnoth. 1484. 
Payne, Thomas, barber=Agnes, d. of 

William Seman, grocer. 1532. 
Paine, John, maltster=Rebecca, d. of 

John Crauford, late Serjeant at Mace. 

1644. 
Payne, Jeremiah, latcleaver:=Mary, d. 

of Henry Oxenbridge, tailor. 1686. 
Paine, John, victualler^Elizabeth, d. of 

John Francis. 1708. 
Paine, Edward, victualler=j\lary, d. of 

Richard Picard, late Alderman. 1746. 
Peake, Vaughan, of London, goldsmith 

=Martha, d. of John Chandler, 

Senior, of Cant., butcher. 1716. 
Peare, John, smith=Joan, d. of George 

Jeffrey, tailor. 1582. 
Peasiiown, Samuel, of London, silkweaver 

=Elizabeth, d. of Nicholas Waters, 

of Cant. 1710. 
Pedley, Daniel, labourer. 1790. 
Peerce, John, cordwainer=" Anne East- 
man late of this cittye, collermaker." 

1628. 
Peers, John, weaver=Margaret, d. of 

William Kelsey, clothworker. 1620. 
Pegen, Thomas, surgeon. 1764. 
Pierce, Samuel, husbandman= Elizabeth, 

d. of Edward Hayward, baker. 1750. 
Peirce, William, victualler. 1753. 
Peircp, Robert, of London, gent. 1761. 
Peirce, William, tailor. 1 800. 
Pender, Henry, woolcomber=Mary, d. 

of Thomas Thompson, haberdasher. 

1672. 
Penfold, John, woollen and linnendraper. 

1794- 
Penfold, John, labourer. 1795. 
Penne, John=Sybell, d. of Thomas 

Kelsey. 1571. 
Penn, Henry, hop-planter=Katherine, 

d. of William Blog, glazier. 1733. 
Penn, Philip, cordwainer. i7&3. 
Penyngton, William=Katherine, d. of 

Guy Elys. 1459. 



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OF CANTERBURY. 



146 



Pennington, Daniel, meal-man=Mary, d. 

of Thomas Young, currier. 1724- 
Penny (Peny), Simon, pynner=Christina, 

d. of John Coventry. 1406. 
Peny, John, niason=Joan, d. of Richard 

Ptftham. I43'- 
Penny, John, husbandman=Susan, d. of 

Henry Woodin. 1639. 
Pennyale,' Richard, blacksmith=Kath- 

erine, d. of James Reynoldes, point- 
maker. 1620. 
Pennyall, John, bricklayer=Mary, d. of 

JarvisWillmot, cordwainer. i6gi. 
Pensate, Richard=Isabella, d. of Edward 

Doromes (?). 1445. 
Pensonn, Ralph, baker=Dionisia, d. of 

Jacob Clement. 1420. 
Penwarthmii, Mr. John=Joan, d. of John 

Lynde. 1447- 
Peper, William, freemason=Alice, d. of 

[ohn Tewsenoth. 150S. 
Perkins, William, tailor=Katherine, d. 

of John Tomlins, tailor. 17 10. 
Perkins, Richard, of Dover, goldsmith= 

Mary, d. of William Pysing, Alder- 
man and woollendraper. 1727. 
Perkins, James, of London, gent. 1768. 
Perpoint, Joseph, cordwainer. 1753. 
Perriman, Thomas, of London, gent.= 

Mary, d. of Edward Frank, of Cant., 

turner. 1741. 
Perry, James, of St. Diinstan's, Kent, 

labourer. 1800. 
Pesemed, William, butcher=Mildred, d. 

of Bartholomew Forde. 1419- 
Pest, Thomas=Joan, d. of Thomas Ger- 
ard. 1427- 
Peters, Richard, of St. Dunstan's in Kent, 

husbandman. 177'- 
Pettitt, John, of Staplegate, weaver. 1800. 
Phene, James, silkweaver=Ann, d. of 

John Johnson, grocer. 1751. 
Philcock, Hugh, carpenter=Ann, d. of 

Reynold Bourne. 1606. 
Philipp, John, of Herne=Joan, d. of 

Thomas Guerard. H^S- 
Philepot, Thomas, smith. His fine of 

3s. 4d. was remitted, as he had 

married Joan, d. of John Blake, 

pistor. 1433. 
Philpott, John, maltnian=Ursula, d. of 

Patrick Smyth, bricklayer. 1587. 
Philpot, Henry, ck>thier=Katherine. d. 

of Nicholas Wreight, coUarmaker. 

1671. 
Philpot, Michael, of Wye, carpenter= 

Jane, d. of Peter Waite, of Cant., 

tanner. 1708. 



Philpot, Robert, of Harbledown, husband- 

man^Anne, d. of John Homersham, 

of Cant., carpenter. 1722. 
Philpot, Ralph, baker=Sarah, d. of John 

Greenland, Alderman. 1723. 
Philpot, John, mariner=Susanna, d. of 

William Lampard, butcher. 1746. 
Philpot, Stephen, of the Borough of 

Longport, miller=Sarah, d. of John 

Dains, of Cant., bricklayer. 1749. 
Philpot, William, of Sandwich, gent. 1761. 
Piccard, Daniel, gardener=Maiy, d. of 

ValentineBroadna.x, cordwainer. 1695. 
Piccard, Richard, grocer=Jane, d. of 

Richard [enkinson. grocer. 1706. 
Pickering i\Iichael, of Dover, tailor, was 

admitted by [blank]. "Not sworn." 

1790. 
Picket, Charles, labourer=Elizabeth, d. 

of William Miles, bricklayer. 1744 
Picore, Anthony, silkweaver=Mary, d. of 

John Wilmott, cordwainer. 1726. 
Piddock, i\Larsh, joiner. 1779. See 

Pittock. 
Pilcher, John, cordwainer=Mary, d. of 

John Burgis, blacksmith. 171 8. 
Pilcher, John, of North lane, Kent, tan- 

ner=Dorothy, d. of Thomas Lineal, 

Junior, hop-planter. 1720. 
Pilcher, Stephen, maltster=Elizabeth, d. 

of Joseph Rigden, baker. 1734- 
Pilcher, Stephen, plasterer. 1800. 
Pittard, Robert, labourer. 1768. 
Pittock, William, tailor. 1796. See 

Piddock. 
Plank, Andrew, of Staplegate, woolstapler. 

'795- 
Plata, Charles, labourer. 1768. 
Player, Thomas, shoemaker^Frances, d. 

of John Nicholson, shoemaker. 1588. 
Playfoot, James, labourer. 1789. 
Plesyngton, Thomas, baker=Mary, d. of 

John Elvyn, saddler. 1575. 
Plumb, Samuel, labourer. 1787. 
Poitevine, John, silkweaver=:Grace, d. of 

Jolin Cheever, grocer and tallow- 
chandler. 1741. 
Poitevin, Samuel, silkweaver. 1759. 
Poitvine, Francis, of Whitstable, dredger. 

1768. 
Pollard, Thomas, brewer=Mary, d. of 

Bartholomew White, victualler. 1639. 
Pooke, William, butcher= Martha, d. of 

Peter Wylkenson, hackneyman. 1577. 
Poole, John, cordwainer. 1763. 
Poole, William, of London, japanner. 

1768. 

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148 



Pope, John, mercer=Isabella, d. of 

Thomas Coksone. 1423. 
Port, William, of Tenterden, tallow- 

chandler:=Elizabeth, d. of Thomas 

Blake, of Cant., barber. 1747. 
Porter, William, maltster=Rachel, d. of 

Peter Nicholson, tailor. 1679. 
Porter, Thomas, labourer=Elizabeth, d. 

of Thomas Prett, collarmaker. 17 14. 
Posshe, John=Joan, d. of Cleve, s. of 

William Ismonger {?) 1418. 
Pote, John, brewer=lsabella, d. of 

Nicholas Gill. 1487. 
Powell, William, of Greenwich, labourer 

1761. 
Powell, George, silkweaver. 177S. 
Powney, John, yeoman=Elizabeth, d. of 

John Johnson, joiner. 1736. 
Proppard, Thomas, mariner=Mar)', d. of 

William Franke, bricklayer. 1 704. 
Puller, Joshua, of London. 1795. 
Pygyll, Thomas, tailor^Alice, d. of John 

Cook. 1459. 
Pykerell, Richard, saddler=Agnes, d. of 

Thomas Snell, goldsmith. 1466. 
Pysing, John, goldsmith=Bennet, d. of 

John Beverton. 1703. 
Pysing, John, of Faversham, dredger= 

Mary, d. of John Anslow, of Cant., 

grocer. 1727. 
Quaile, John, silkweaver=Philadelphia, 

d. of Charles Pilcher. labourer. 1 747. 
Quested, Edward, carpenter. 1799. 
Quick, Thomas, of Dover, mariner. 1761. 
Quince, William, of Boughton Blean, 

victualler. 1760. 
Rablesse, Peter, ripper=Elizabeth, d. of 

John Stredwicke, cordwainer. 1703. 
Raddell, John, linnenweaver=Elizabeth, 

d. of John Harding, dyer. 1747- 
Rafford, George, of Dover, carpenter. 

1800. 
Raifes, William, silkweaver=Mary, d. of 

Henry Rust, brewer. 1694. 
Raines, James, bricklayer=Sarah, d. of 

Samuel Hall, cordwainer. 1747. 
Raines, George, husbandman^Elizabeth, 

d. of John Raylstun, currier. 1749. 
Ramell, John, of Sandwich, carpenter^ 

Susanna, d. of William Roberts, 

cordwainer. 1705. 
Ramsey, Philip, silkweaver=Elizabeth, d. 

of John Rouse, baker. 1727. 
Ranee, William, gent.=Anne, d. of 

Joseph Roberts, gent. 1698. 
Randall, Edmund, smith=Mary, d. of 

Arnold Fecon, silkweaver. 1753. 
Ratcliffe, John, blacksmith. 1795. 



Raulyn, Richard, shearman = Christina, 

d. of John Spicer. 1409. 
Raulyn. John, tailor=Dionisia. d. of 

John Bray, corvesir. 1424. 
Raunce, William, bricklayer=Mary, d. of 

George Co well, currier. 1652. 
Rawling, John, cooper=Anne, d. of 

Henry Woodman. 1626. 
Rawlinson, John, painter^Phoibe, d. of 

Simon ColflFe. 1600. 
Rayner, Hugh, tailor=Julian, d. of 

Nicholas Gyll. 1489. 
Reyner, Isaac, husbandman=Sarah, d. of 

Thomas Young, silkweaver. 1714. 
Raysell, Daniel, nialtster=EIizabeth, d. 

of Richard Wiggens. 1703. 
Read, John, cooper=Sarah, d. of John 

Studham, cooper. 17 13. 
Read, Abraham, victualler=Sarah, d. of 

John Smith, butcher. 1718. 
Read, John, labourer=Jane, d. of Andrew 

Holness, carpenter. 1726. 
Read. John, miller. 1756. 
Read, Thomas, gent. 1759. 
Read, Francis, breechesmaker. 17&4. 
Read, Joseph, of Chilham, yeoman. 1 784. 
Read, Thcimas, of Dover, carpenter. 1790. 
Reely, Richard, husbandman=Sarah, d. 

of Stephen Blaxland, husbandman. 

1748. 
Reeve, William, miller=Sara, d. of Abra- 
ham Grove, basketmaker. 1636. 
Reue, Thomas, cook=Joan, d. of William 

Mansy. 1404- 
Revel, John, of Ash n. Sandwich, la- 
bourer. 1761. 
Reynolds, John, cordwainer=Sarah, d. 

of Peter Goodhew. 1660. 
Reynolds, Joseph, of Ospringe, yeoman= 

Ann, tl. of Francis Hieron, of Cant., 

barber. 1734. 
Reynolds, Juhn, butcher. 1762. 
Reynolds, Thomas, carpenter. 1762. 
Rice, James, of Deal, mariner=Anna, d. 

ol John Warweil.of Cant., bricklayer. 

1708. 
Richards, William, gent.=Joan, d. of 

Thomas Tresser, Alderman. 1668. 
Richards, Josepli, of Rotherhithe, car- 
penter. 1 761. 
Richards, William Talbutt, of Richmond. 

Surrey, gent. 1790. 
Ricquebourg, Nathaniel, silkweaver= 

Lydia, d. of Squier Beverton, Alder- 
man. 1694. 
Ricqueborough, Nathaniel, silkweaver= 

Sarah, d. of Edward Berry, grocer. 

1730. 



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150 



Ridden, Edward, of London, shipwright. 

1761. 
Ridley, James, of London, peiukcmaker. 

1761. 
Rigden, William, husbandman=Mary, d. 

of Christopher Henley, smith. 1695. 
Rigden, Thomas, of Slurry, yeoman= 

Mary, d. of Joseph Rigden, of Cant., 

baker. 1736. 
Rigden, Thomas, cordwainer. 1787. 
Rix, WiUiam, of Longport, tailor. 1800. 
Road, Ralph, tailor= Frances, d. of 

Thomas Gibson, footpost. 1636. 
Roalf, Clement, of the Borough of Long- 
port, labourer. i75<5. 
Roalfe, James, of Westgate in Kent, 

carpenter. 1797. 
Roberts, Joseph, gent.=Elizabeth, d. of 

John Lee, late Alderman. 1664. 
Roberts, Drayton, gent.=Johanna, d. of 

Joseph Roberts, gent. i6g8. 
Robertson, John, of Faversham, mariner. 

1800. 
Robynson, Thomas, waxchandler= Agnes, 

d. of Thomas Henhorne, miller. 

1526. 
Robinson, John, of London, silkweaver. 

'75+- 
Robinson, William, of London, watch- 
maker. 1761. 
Roger, John, taverner=Katharine, d. of 

[ohn Hardris, shearman. 1402. 
Rogers, Thomas, of Faversham, baker= 

Mary, d. of Thomas Waluup, of 

Cant., victualler. 1708. 
Rogers, Henry, of Faversham, dredger= 

Elizabeth, d. of Robert Trent, of 

Cant., mariner. 1727. 
Rogers, John, of Hollingbourne, husband- 

man=Mary, d. of William .Alston, of 

Cant., smith. 1734. 
Rogers, Gregory, of Norwich, wool- 
comber. 1 76 1. 
Rogers, John, of Brabourne, labourer. 

1790. 
Rogerson, John, cutler=Alice, d. of 

Bartholomew Samon. 1613. 
Roo, Peter, silUweaver=Martha, d. of 

John Wickham, carpenter. 1695. 
Roper, Arthur, sniith=Anne, d. of Thomas 

Boyes, shoemaker. 157+. 
Rosser, Thomas, of London, cordwainer. 

1796. 
Rotiiwell, William, gent.=Ingle, d. of 

William Whiting, Alderman. 1640. 
Rotyng, William=Alice, d. of Robert 

Castelake. 1460. 



Rounde, Richard, gent.=Ann, d. of Mr. 

Mark Berry, Alderman. 1614. 
Rouse, Thomas, tailor=Mary, d. of 

Edward Bullocke, carpenter. 1698. 
Row, John, sale3man=Ann, d. of Thomas 

Atwell, weaver. 1693. 
Row, Daniel, labourer=Anne, d. of 

William Skelton, gardener. 1722. 
Row, Joseph, of London, woolcomber. 

1754- 
Row, William, of Gravesend, victualler. 

1790. 
Royden, Edward, tailor=Mary, d. of 

Matthew Mylles. 1573. 
Rudham, Thomas=Joan, d. of William 

atte Wode. 1401. 
Ruffoot, William, bricklayer=Dorothy, d. 

of Hugh Rigesby, carpenter. 1635. 
Rufford, James, Notary Public=Mary, d. 

of Richard Stone, maltster. 1637. 
Rufford, John, labourer=Anne, d. of 

Richard Young, clothworker. 1722. 
Ruffway, William, papermaker. 1760. 
Rumney, John, carpenter. 1775- 
Russell, William, grocer=Agnes, d. of 

Robert Lewes, Alderman. 1543- 
Russell, Henry, tailor=Mary, d. of Tho- 
mas Knock, the elder, glover. i6ig. 
Russell, Francis, butcher=Martha, d. of 

Robert Easterlinge, butcher. 1695. 
Russell, Arthur, labourer=Sarah, d. of 

Thomas Bar , blacksmith. 1713. 
Russell, Thomas, mariner=Sarah, d. of 

James Sanders, blacksmith. 1727. 
Russell, John, of Borden, shopkeeper. 

I77+- 
Russell, Edward, of St. Dunstan's, Kent, 

labourer. 1797. 
Rust, William, brewer=Elizabeth, d. of 

George White, tailor. 1670. 
Rutton, Matthias, of Selling, clerk. 1785. 
Rye, William, carpenter=.Anne, d. of 

Henry Gray, bricklayer. 17 12. 
Rye, Stephen, labourer=Barbara, d. of 

Thomas Kilham, joiner. 1722. 
Rye, Thomas, of Nonnington, black- 
smith. 1766. 
Rye, Thomas, of Westgate in Kent, 

labourer. 1780. 
Ryve, John, cowper=Margaret, d. of 

William Selsy, cook. 14S0. 
Sack, John, husbandman=Mary, d. of 

Edward Tumber, clothworker. 1708. 
Saffrey, John, hempdresser=Elizabeth, 

d. of Paul Norwood, joiner. 1714. 
Saghier, Robert=Joan, d. of John 

Molesshe. 1400. 



151 



FREEMEN 



152 



Sale, William Michel, of London, gent. 

1761. 
Sales. Thomas=Joan, d. of Thomas 

Petfelde. 141 5. 
Salmon, Thomas, carpenter=Isabella, d. 

of William Blogg, glazier. 171 1. 
Salmon, Solomon, of London, tallow- 

chandler=Anne, d. of William Pem- 

brooke, of Cant., barber. 1745. 
Salter, Thomas, tailor=Anne, d. of James 

Lowe, hackneyman. 1633. 
Sampson, Robert, tailor=Sarah, d. of 

Nicholas Wraight. i 704. 
Sampson, Stephen, of Heme, surgeon= 

Sarah, d. of Daniel Wraith, of Cant., 

weaver. 1727. 
Sanders, James, blacksmith ==Elizabeth, 

d. of Matthew Stiles, cordwainer. 1705. 
Sanders, Peter, shopkeeper=Judith, d. 

of Peter Tomlin, woolcomber. 1737. 
Sanders, Robert, of the Borough of 

Longport, tailor=Ann, d. of Thomas 

Blake, of Cant., barber. 1739. 
Saunders, Thomas, of Hoath, husband- 
man. 1 76 1. 
Saunders, Ale.xander. of Chislet, labourer. 

1796. 
Sandregge, William, on his marriage with 

[a] d. of Thomas Curtays. 1396. 
Sandum, Thomas, of Eastry, fla-\dresser 

=Elizabeth, d. of Thomas Fowler, 

of Cant., barber. 1741- 
Sanndy, John, waxchandler=Alice, d. of 

William Atte Wode, waxchandler. 

1410. 
Sandy, John, of Harbledown, yeoman^ 

Hannah, d. of William Hall', of Cant., 

turner. 1722. 
Sankey, John, of Hastingleigh, yeoman 

= Frances, d. of Stephen Buckhurst, 

of Cant., grocer. 1741. 
Savage, Henry, husbandman=Mary, d. 

of Vespatian Harris. 1721. 
Savin, John, of Boughton Blean, labourer. 

1792. 
Sawkins, John, victualler=Thomasine, d. 

of Richard Marrable, brazier. 1647. 
Sawkins, John, gent. = Elizdbeth, d. of 

Joseph Roberts, Esquire, Alderman. 

1686. 
Sawyer, Peter, of London, oilman. 1761. 
Saxby, Thomas, breechesmaker. 1799. 
Schakeway, John=Julian, d. of Henry 

Gowerleker. 1394. 
Scott (Skot), Richard, turner=Agnes, d. 

of Thomas Cokman. 1439. 
Scott, Jeremiah, husbandman. 1755. 
Scott, William, silkweaver. 1767. 



Scott, John, of Ashford, shopkeeper. 1768. 
Selling, John, woolcomber. 1774- 
Sellow, William, mercer=Dionisa, d. of 

John Tapton. i437- 
Selmes, John, of St. Marv Crav, victualler. 

176,. 
Seth, Robert, brrwer=Margery, d. of 

John Gybbes. 1546. 
Sharp, William, of Faversham, carpenter. 

1789. 
Shawe, Erasmus, collarmaker=Anne, d. 

of Stephen Thatcher, shoemaker. 

1603. 
Sheafe, John, of Holy Cross, Cant., gent. 

=Elizabeth, d. of Squire Beverton, 

brewer. 17 10. 
Sheffeild, William, of London, turner= 

Anne, d. of George Coates, of Cant., 

cordwainer. 1714. 
Sherwood, Joseph, clothier=Anne, d. of 

Thomas Gorham, clothier. 1655. 
Sherwood, James, of London, distiller. 

1761. 
Shilling, John, of Faversham, dredger= 

Katherine, d. of Thomas Kitham, of 

Cant., joiner. 1734. 
Shingler, John, butcher=Mary, d. of 

Thomas Swetland. victualler. 1607. 
Shorte, Robert=Joan, d. of William 

Boole. 1483. 
Shorry, John. Sa Heath, John. 1604. 
Shotwater, John, brewer=iMary, d. of 

John Stokes. 1670. 
Shove, Henry, clerk=Mary, d. of John 

Sawkins, the elder, gent. 1733. 
Shoveler, George, carpenter=Anne, d. of 

Thomas Salmon, carpenter. 1747. 
Shrubsoll, Christopher, tailor=Mary, d. 

of William King, glazier. 1648. 
Shrubsole, Thomas, sniith=.Mar)', d. of 

James Goddin, farrier. 1745. 
Sibert, William, carpenter. 1767. 
Sickleman, Simon, labourer=[blank], d. 

of Henry Morris, collier. 1662. 
Silk, William, silkweaver. 1780. 
Silvester, Edward, of St. Dunstan, Kent, 

millwright. 1795. 
Simmons, Henry, of Bridge, linnen- 

weaver. 1761. 
Simpson, Thomas, tailor^Martha, d. of 

John Tucker, joiner. 1639. 
Simpson, Richard, clerk:=Jane, d. of John 

Barret, gunsmith. 1683. 
Simpson, Christopher, bricklayer=Han- 

nah, d. of Richard Chandler, Serjeant- 

at-Mace. 1694. 
Simpson, John, grocer^Elizabeth, d. of 

Jeremy Smith, glover. 1699. 



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154 



Simpson, Robert, carpenter=Aphra, d. of 

Sandford Branker, millener. 1708. 
Sims, Stephen, victuaner=Amy, d. of 

Thomas Crothall, butcher. 1733. 
Sinclair, Anthony, of London, cord- 

wainer=Mary, d. of John Soames, of 

Cant., smith. 1734. 
Sinnot, Iohn=Barbara, d. of Christopher 

White, mercer. 1677. 
Sisley, William, of Dover, mariner. 1759. 
Six, Stephen, silkweaver=Anne, d. of 

Thomas Colfe, barber. 1730. 
Skene, Robert, clerk=Elizabeth, d. of 

Thomas Ockman, Alderman. 1667. 
Skillett, John, labourer=Catherine, d. of 

Thomas Wilmote, cordwainer. 17 10. 
Skinner, Thomas, of Elham, yeoman^ 

Margaret, d. of John Friend, late of 

Cant., woollendraper and Alderman. 

'738. 
Skinner, Samuel, of London, whipmaker. 

1795- 

Smartly, John, cordwainer=Anne, d. of 
Isaac Rayner, labourer. 1741- 

Smith (Smythe), Jeremy, tailor=Kath- 
erine, d. of Daniel Wylkenson, gold- 
smith. 1606. 

Smith, Henry, brevver=Mary, d of Samuel 
Staples, mercer. 1630. 

Smith, Jonathan, tailor=Abigail. d. of 
Richard Miles, carpenter. 163 t. 

Smith, John, grocer=Elizabeth,d.of John 
Sheapard, yeoman. 1649. 

Smith, John, porter=Mary, d. of Tho- 
mas Prett, porter. 1704. 

Smith, William, of Rochester, wheel- 
wright=Katherine, d. of Edward 
Eastman, ribbonweaver. 1705. 

Smith, Francis, labourer=Elizabeth, d. 
of Thomas Wall, porter. I7i4- 

Smith, Jeremiah, barber=Elizabeth, d. 
of Thomas Jelfrey, barber. 1721. 

Smith, John, mercer=Anne, d. of John 
Williams, turner. 1724. 

Smith, Andrew, of Wye, butcher=Eliz- 
abeth, d. of Thomas Gill, of Cant., 
butcher. 17 27. 

Smith, William, husbandman=Mary Ann, 
d. of Thomas Bear, joiner. 1734. 

Smith, Thomas, gent. = Margaret, d. of 
Enoch Fenner, bookseller. 1738. 

Smith, Stephen, cordwainer=Catherine, 
d. of John Barret, clockmaker. 1 744. 

Smith, John, of Thaiiington, husband- 
man. 1753. 

Smith, Daniel, basketmaker. 1754. 

Smith, James, of Whitstable, mariner. 
1761. 



Smith, Thomas, of London, gent. 1761. 
Smith, William, of Chatham, labourer. 

1761. 
Smith, Thomas, of St. Dunstan's in Kent, 

butcher. 1772- 
Smith, Samuel, woolconiber. 1774- 
Smith, William, cordwainer. 1778. 
Smith, William, cordwainer. 1779. 
Smith, Richard, labourer. 1789. 
Smith, William, whitesmith. 1795. 
Smith, Samuel, fishmonger. 1800. 
Smitheyt, Thomas, of Holv Cross, Cant., 

tanner=Mary, d. of Joseph Ewell, 

grocer. 1690. 
Smithet, Luke, of Dover, carpenter. 1758. 
Smithicke, Thomas, maltster=Elizabeth, 

d. of John Crauford, shoemaker. 

Smithson, John, of Ashford, cordwainer 
=Susanna, d. of Charles Page, of 
Cant., blacksmith. 1747- 

Smyght, John, gent.=.^quild, d. of Rich- 
ard Rayllton, gent. 1570. 

Sneller, Abraham, husbandman=Eliza- 
beth d. of |ohn Page, cordwainer. 
1713. 

Sneller, James, cowkeeper. jSoo. 

Soane, Dudley, viciualler= Hannah, d. of 
Thomas Wallcupp, victualler. 1723. 

Somer, Nicholas, broiderer=!oan, d. of 
John Heyward. 1449. 

Somerton, Walter, cordwainer^Susanna, 
d. of Daniel Ellis, cordwainer. 1646. 

Somner, John, capper=.Mary, d. of Ber- 
nard Bonard. 15^4- 

Sothers, William, of Faversham, black- 
smith. 1708. 

Southey, Robert, cordwainer^ Elizabeth, 
d. of Richard Aucher. 161 8. 

Southwell, Edward, of Greenwich, mariner. 
1796. 

Spence, Thomas, tai!or=Alice, d. of 
Robert Vyrle. 1461. 

Spencer, Thomas, bricklayer=Dorothy, d. 
of John Rawlinge, victualler. 1690. 

Spencer, Robert, sawyer. 1789. 

Spicer, Joseph, of Folkestone, mariner. 
1798. 

Spickett, Edward, of Westgate in Kent, 
labourer. 1789. 

Spillet, John, silkweaver=Elizabeth, d. of 
William Wiggens, bricklayer. 1680. 

Spratt, John. husbandman=Mary, d. of 
Thomas Goldhatch, blacksmith, i 704. 

Sprat, Thomas, of Minster in Shep|)y, ship- 
wright:= Margaret, d. of John Adams, 
of Cant., butcher. 1733. 



155 



FREEMEN 



1S6 



Sprat, Robert, carpenter=Rachel, d. of 

John Eurdeii, maltster. 1738. 
Spratt, Thomas, husbandman. 1760. 
Squeeden, Peter, tailor=Elizabeth, d. of 

Charles Beeson, victualler. 1727- 
Squ)'ar, alias Gohlsmyth, John, mercer= 

Alice, d. of Richard A Bere. 1482. 
Squier, Thomas, of Folkestone, fisherman 

^Hester, d. of John Hamilton, of 

Cant., barber. 1739. 
Stacey, William, of Romney, grazier= 

Mary, d. of Adam Fowle, of Cant., 

carpenter. 1741- 
Staines, Richard, of VVestgate, glazier= 

Sarah, d. of Thomas Baker, of Cant., 

cheesemonger. 1717. 
Stark, Edward, cabinetmaker. 1778. 
Starky, Richard, barber— Kynborowe, d. 

of Robert Hunt, shearman. 1539. 
Stebyng, John, shoemaker=Elyn, d. of 

Stephen Bryce. iS54- 
Steddy, William, labourer. 1780. 
Steed, Richard, maltster=Sylvester, d. 

of Charles Colfe, apothecary. 1654. 
Stephens, William, tankardmaker=Rose, 

d. of John Howell, weaver. 1603. 
Stephanes, Laurance, yeoman^Joan, d. 

of Thomas Hobday, shearman. 1628. 
Stephens, Samuel, of London, merchant. 

1790. 
Stephenson, James, of London, tallow- 
chandler. I 76 1. 
Steven, Roger, wheeier=Mary, d. of John 

Hearne, smith. 1692. 
Stevenson, James, victualler. 1784. 
Stiff, John, cordwainer. 1782. 
Stiles, Jonathan, cordwainer= Frances, 

d. of James Master, Alderman. 1658. 
Stiles, John, labourer. 1795. 
Stipends, Adani, grocer=Mercy, d. of 

John Brattle, farrier. i74'i. 
Stoddard, John, of Stourmouth, yeoman 

=Elizabeth, d. of William Dray, of 

Cant., carpenter. 17 15. 
Stoe, Richard, of St. Dunstan's, Cant., 

victualler=Catherine, d. of Edward 

Tumber, victualler. 1721. 
Stokes (Stoakes), Edward, joiner=Anne, 

d. of Jolm Stockden, glover. 1639. 
Stokes, Henry, cordwainer=Sarah, d. of 

William Warren, cordwainer. 1653. 
Stoakes, Michael, of London, labourer. 

179b. 
Stone, |ohn, currier=Mary, d. of John 

Oakley, theyounger, bricklayer. 1698. 
Stranack, James, oilMargate, mariner. 1789. 
Straunge, Thomas, plumber=a d. of 

William Goteley. 1508. 



Stredwicke, Henry, embroiderer=Cath- 
erine, d. of Thomas West. 161 1. 

Stredwick, John, cordwainer=Katherine, 
d. of Robert Southey, cordwainer. 

i653- 
Stronge, Stephen, weaver=Joan, d. of 

Henry Woodman, weaver. 1635. 
Stroud, Thomas, husbandman=Elizabeth, 

d. of Philip Greethurst, bricklayer. 

'747- 
Strouts, Robert, of St. Dunstan's in Kent, 

schoolmaster. 1796. 
Stubbins, Richard, of London, millmaker= 

Mary, d. of William Francis, of Cant., 

baker. 1741. 
Stubbs, John, of London, goldsmith and 

hardwareman. 1795. 
Studham, William, silk'veaver^Mary,d.of 

Avery Stredwicke. 1681. 
Sudell, Nicholas, barber-sur}>eon=Anne, 

d. of Richard White, barber-surgeon. 

'655- 
Sundrey, John, sniith=Joan, d. of Richard 

Hodell, smith. i4S4- 
Sutton, William, of Hythe, cordwainer. 

1761. 
Sutton, Jesse, of London, cordwainer. 

1781. 
Swan, John, of London, line spinner= 

Margaret, d. of Thomas Fowler, of 

Cant., carpenter. 171 7. 
Sweet, Thomas, victualler=Mary, d. of 

John Frend, husbandman. 1752. 
Swetland, Thomas, shoemaker=IMargaret, 

d. of Thorn as Kelse, blacksmith. 1577. 
Swinford, Henry, of St. Dunstan's, Stepney, 

silkweaver=Mary, d. of John Pilcher, 

of Cant., silkweaver. 1741. 
Swinyard, Thomas, carpenter. 1783. 
Swyft, Hugh, degher=Isabella, d. of 

Robert Noon. 142 i. 
Syborne, Thomas, of Faversham, dredger= 

Hester, d. of Thomas Choppen, cord- 
wainer. 1715. 
Symon, Robert^a d. of Thomas Granons. 

1399- 
Symonds, William, shopkeeper. 1793. 
Synter, Laurence=Ann, d. of Robert 

Croucher. 1403- 
Taddy, Nicholas, cooper^Anne, d. of 

John Studham, cooper. 1694. 
Tadman, Richard, of Higham, Kent, 

yeoman. 1790. 
Tanton, Robert, glover=Mary, d. of 

Thomas Nvton, weaver. 1600. 
Tapeton, John, on his marriage with 

Joan, d. of John Watvill. 1396. 



157 



OF CANTERBURY. 



158 



Tapley, John, of Chilham, yeoman= 
Mary, d. of John Fenn, cordwainer. 
171+. 

Tart, Matthew, of the Precinct of Christ- 
church, conseccioner=Sibyl, d. of 
William Foxe, barber-surgeon. 1647. 

Taylor (Taillour), William, corvesir= 
Elena, d. of Henry Crotehole, tan- 
ner. 1438. 

Taillour, William, tailor=Alice, d. of 
Thomas Sare. 1492. 

Taller, Samuel, bricklayer=Mary, d. of 
Abraham Spicer, basketmaker. 1664. 

Tayler, Thomas. conarmaker=l\Iary, d. 
of James Deeringe, victualler. 1694. 

Taylor, Thomas, silkweaver=Sarah, d. of 
William Terry, cordwainer. 1705. 

Taylor, Henry, husbandman=Elizabeth, 
d. of William Schrimshaw, sawyer. 

•738- 

Taylor, Edmund, of London, tailor^ 
Mary, d. Richard Hornsby, of Cant., 
cordwainer. 1741. 

Taylor, William, of the Borough of 
Longport, gardener^Anne, d. of 
Richard Austin, of Cant., hop- 
planter. 1747. 

Taylor, Thomson George, of Petham, 
yeoman. 1780. 

Taylor, Francis, of London, leather- 
seller. 1789. 

Taylor Daniel, labourer. 1790. 

Teape, Charles, Private, Somerset Mil- 
itia. 1796. 

Tench, Ralph, of London, cordwainer. 
1790. 

Terrier, Elias, tailor= Elizabeth, d. of 
Thomas Ockman, grocer. 1720. 

Terrey, William, cordwainer=EIizabeth, 
d. of Stephen Giles, cordwaint-r 

'6.^3- 
Terry, Edward, carpenter=Elizabeth, d. 

of Thomas Buncher, victualler. 1727. 
Terry, John, labourer. 1760. 
Tevelein, Isaac, woolcomber= Ann, d. of 

Richard Picard, hop-merchant and 

Alderman. 1737. 
Tivelain, Abraham, labourer. 1767. 
Tivlaine, John, victualler. 1785. 
Tevelein, Matthew Thomas, silkweaver. 

1795- 
Tewsnothe, Robert, of Thanington, ferror 

=a d. of John Dylnot. 1429. 
Thatcher, Thomas, gent. 1781. 
Thomas, Mark, Esquire, present .Mayor of 

Cant.=Mary, d. of John Parker, 

carpenter. 1744. 
Thomas, William, silkweaver. 1760. 



Thompson, John, of Northfleet, miller. 

1796. .SVt' Tompson. 
Thornton, Henry, of London, wheel- 

wright=EIizabeth, d. of Thomas 

Salmon, of Cant., carpenter. 1741. 
Thornton, Joseph, tailor=Ann, d. of 

George Bligh, porter. 1752. 
Thorowgood, John, miller^Mary, d. of 

Edward Sanders, victualler. 1734. 
Thorpe, John, woolcomber=Grace, d. of 

Robert Beames, cordwainer. 1683. 
Thwaits, Edward, stonemason. 1783. 
Tiddeman, Thomas, gent.=Mary, d. of 

Joseph Roberts, gent. 1703. 
Tilbey, Daniel, smith=Anne. d. of John 

Rogers, wheelwright. 1708. 
Tilbee, Thomas, of St. Dunstan's, Cant., 

brewer=jMary, d. of Hudson Spenser, 

of Cant., millener. 1727- 
Tilbe, Thomas, of Westgate in Kent, tallow- 
chandler. 1789. 
Tilden, William, gent.^Elizabeth, d. of 

George Stanley, gent. 1688. 
Tod, William, barber=Margaret, d. of John 

Cook, smith. 1449. 
Tolkyn, Thomas, skinner^Elizabeth.d. of 

John Elvye, shoemaker. 1572. 
ToUson, Thomas, Esqr.=Elizabeth, d. of 

Sir John Roberts, Knight. 1681. 
Tomkins, Nicholas, of London, joiner= 

Sarah, d. of John Luck, of Cant., 

mercer. 1752. 
Tompson, William, tailor=Joan, d. of 

Thomas Cokkowe. 1494. 
Tompson, John, chapnian=Joan, d. of 

Henry Hayfold. 1574. ^V^Thompson. 
Tonge, Arthur, hackneyman=Joan, d. of 

Thomas Walker, woollendraper. 1572. 
Tooms, Thomas, labourer=Jane, d. of 

Peter Nicholson, mercer. 1679. 
Topping, Charles, of London, seedsman. 

1760. 
Trant, Robert, victualler=the d. of Ste- 
phen South, cloth worker. 1701. 
Tresse, Walter, gent.=.Mary, d.of Richard 

Faunt, Alderman. 1584. 
Trewinnick, William, tailor. 1789. 
Trivet, Henry, tailor=Mary, d. of Chris- 
topher Drayton, tailor. 1723. 
Trump, John, tanner= .Mary, d.of Thomas 

Wen, feltmaker. 1747. 
Tucke, Thomas, saddler=romson, d. of 

Thomas Plesington. 1599. 
Tuck, John, tobaccopipe maker=Sarah, 

d.of John Anderson, victualler. 1681. 
Tuck, Stephen, breechesmaker. 1770. 
Tuck, Stephen, breechesmaker. 1774. 
Tucker, Stephen, of Tunstall, clerk. 1790. 



159 



FREEMEN 



160 



Tuckwell, John, husbandman=EIizabeth, 

d. of Thomas Wickham, cooper. 1656. 
Turland, William, labnurer=Sarah, d. of 

Valentine Sympson, brickla\er. 1729. 
Turmain, Daniel, woolcomber. 1789. 
Turnball, Robert, cordwainer=Bennet, d. 

of Richard Forstall, apothecary. 1 69 1 . 
Turner, Christopher, yeoman=ye d. of 

Thomas Gyllam. 1559. 
Turner, William, butcher=Anne, d. of 

William Potter, butcher. 1586. 
Turner, Edward, butcher=Rebecca, d. of 

James Chittenden, butcher. 1689. 
Turner, Thomas, husbandman^Mary, d. 

of Thomas Greene, butcher. 1708. 
Turner, John, of Harbledown, husband- 

man=Susan, d. of George Fidge, of 

Cant., bricklayer. 1714. 
Turner, John, labourer=Elizabeth, d. of 

Benjamin Beacham.heelmaker. 1722. 
Turner, Francis, of Heme, hoyman^ 

Elizabeth, d. of Thomas Gill, of 

Cant., hopmerchant. 1736. 
Turner, James, of Blackefields, in Surry, 

baker. 1761. 
Turner, William, of Bapchild, smith. 

1761. 
Turner, William, of London, silkweaver. 

'795- 
Tutch, William, mason^Joan, d. of 

Nicholas Langfeld, oatmealmaker. 

1613. 
Twigden, Stephen, the younger, husband- 

man=jMary, d. of Samuel George, 

carpenter. 1745. 
Twyne, John, gent. = Alice, d. of William 

Pepper. 1538. 
Tyfins, Thomas, gardener. 1760. 
Tyler, Richard, brazier. 1776. 
Tyler, John, victualler. 1787. 
Tyreman, George=Thomasine, d. of 

Richard Underdowne, shoemaker. 

1613. 
Umberfyeld, John, smith=the d. of 

William Watson, draper. 1562. 
Underdown, William, of London, car- 
penter. 1790. 
Underbill, Thomas, of London, wax- 
chandler. 1 76 1. 
Upton, Thomas, hempdresser=Siisanna, 

d. of John Upton, cordwainer. 1701. 
Usbarn, William, webbe=Alice, d. of 

Thomas Mot, webbe. 1404.. 
Valenduke, Nathaniel, of Westgate in 

Kent, tanner. 1789. 
Vandome, James, silkweaver=l\Iargaret, 

d. of Edward Tuck, tobaccopipe- 

maker. 1727. 



Vanger, Bartholomew, of London, velvet- 
weaver. 1 76 1. 

Van Mounteney, Jacob, button-maker= 
Mary, d. of Timothy Hart, victualler. 

i7'5- 
Varlee, James, silkweaver=Elizabeth, d. of 

Henry Gray, bricklayer. 1710. 
Varlee, James. wooIcomber=Mary, d. of 

Anthony Rookes, butcher. 171 2. 
Vaughan, Thomas, tailor^Thomasine, d. 

of John Bryght, blacksmith. 1587. 
Vaul, Nathaniel, tailor=Mary, d. of John 

Beverton, brewer. 1744. 
Venden, John, gardener=Elizabeth, d. of 

Thomas Baker, cheesemonger. 1733. 
Verrier, Richard, of Deal, labourer. 1789. 
Vicars, Charles, surgeon=Henrietta, d. of 

John Whitfield, gent. 17 10. 
Videon, James, labourer. 1789. 
Vincent. John, cordwainer= Isabella, d. 

of Thomas Frank, turner. 1737. 
Vincent, Walter, silkweaver. 1754. 
Vincent, William, of London, silkweaver. 

1760. 
Virgoe, William, labourer. 1767. 
Vittall, William, bricklayer=Sarah, d. of 

Edward Bullock, carpenter. ib87. 
Vycory, William, tailor=Joan, d. of 

Nicholas Barbour, butcher. 1437. 
Vyrly, Robert, skinner^Margaret. d. of 

Robert Gridle, barber. 141 1. 
Wacher, Edward, of Whitstable, ship- 
wright. 1774. 
Wager, John, locksmith=Katherine, d. 

of Henry Gylvyn, tiler. 1592. 
Waklen, Daniel, currier=Anne, d. of 

Samuel Staples, mercer. 1634. 
Walker, Alexander, tailor=Mary, d. of 

George Saunder. 1550. 
Walker, Nath, grocer= Margaret, d. of 

Rest Fenner, hop-planter. 17 10. 
Walker, Solomon, of Deal, mariner. 1761. 
Waller, Richard, grocer=. Margaret, d. 

of William Rygdon, tailor. 1533. 
Walmsly, Joseph, of the iith Light 

Dragoons. 1796. 
Walware, Nicholas, railler=A]ice, d. of 

Richard Hangrel. 1414. 
Wanstall, John, of Molash, yeoman= 

Elizabeth, d. of John Lane, of Cant., 

hop-planter. '727. 
Warbutton, Edward, labourer=Jane, d. 

of John Johiicock, silkweaver. 1719. 
Warde, John, carpenter=Anne, d. of 

Simon Kingesnode, cowper. 1603. 
Ward, Abraham, labourer=Elizabeth, d. 

of Henry Blyth, labourer, 17 14. 



161 



OF CANTERBURY. 



162 



Warden, Robert, mason=Agnes, d. of 

Richard Hodell. 1+49. 
Ware, John, hop-planter=Elizabeth, d. 

of Richard Austen, baker. 1717- 
Warener, Thomas, clerk=Anne, d. of 

John Rooke. 1575. 
Warkiip, Thomas, innholder=Hannah, d. 

of Leonard Ashenden, saddler. 1677. 
Warner, James, tiIemaker=Susan, d. of 

Paul Hubbert, carpenter. 1681. 
Warnerr, Cornelius, cordu'ainer=Eliza- 

beth, d. of Richard Howland, cord- 

wainer. 1685. 
Warren, [ohn, linnen\veaver=Sarah, d. of 

John Powel, barber. 174+. 
Warren, James, linnenweaver. 1756. 
Warwick, Abraham, woolcomber=i\Iary, 

d. of LeonardAshenden, saddler. 1 68 1 . 
Wastall, James, of Sandwich, labourer= 

Mary, d. of IMatthew Cook, of Cant., 

cordwainer. 1747. 
Waters, William, labourer=Anne, d. of 

William Studham, cooper. 17 14. 
Watson, John, gent.=Margarct, d. of 

Robert Flatmaii, hop-planter. 17 10. 
Watson, Lewis, labourer. 1795. 
Watts, John, of Wye, perukemaker. 1 782. 
^^'ebbe, William, hosier=the daughter of 

Thomas Nicoll. 1502. 
Webb, Joseph, gent.=Elizabeth, d. of 

John Greenland, Alderman. 1727. 
Webb, James, hop-planter. 1761. 
Weeden, Nathaniel, cordwainer=l\Iary, 

d. ol Edward Landman, carpenter. 

1705- 
Welby, Simon, silkweaver=Anne, d. of 

Vespatian Harris, woolcomber. 1 704. 
Wellard, John, bricklayer=Mary, d. of 

Thomas Parker. 1709. 
Wellard, John, labourer. 1767. See 

Willard. 
Wells, Jacob, gardener=Sardh, d. of John 

Railton. 1703. 
Wells, Thomas, of London, cordwainer. 

1790. 
Wertyng, Walter=a d. of Richard Teg- 

heler. 14' 7- 
West, John, carpenter=!\Iartha, d. of 

Thomas Abbot. 1686. 
West, Daniel, silkweaver=Frances, d. of 

William EUwin, ribbonweaver. 1 688. 
Westland, John, fuller=Joan, d.of Roger 

Sete. 1423. 
Wether, William, carpenter=Isabella, d. 

of Robert Pollard. 1431. 
Whiddeet, John, of London, hopfactor. 

1761. 



White (Whyte), Bell, joiner=Judith, d. of 

Thomas Lobbey. 1574. 
White, George, tailor=Elizabeth, d. of 

Thomas Richardson, tailor. 1637. 
White Edmund, maltster=Anne, d. of 

Edward Francis, cordwainer. 1704. 
White, Thomas, of Sturry, labourer= 

Susanna, d. of William Rust, of Cant., 

linnenweaver. '747- 
White, Henry, silkweaver. 1753. 
White, John, of St. Peter's in Thanet, 

shipwright. 1761. 
White, John, baker. 1763. 
White, Henry, silkweaver. 1783. 
Whitehrds, James, clerk^Joan, d. of 

William'Beall. 1498. 
Whitehed, John. annourer^.\gnes, d. of 

Thomas Sampson. 1513. 
Whitehead, Gabriel, of Deal, blacksmith 

=Susanna, d. of William Jeoffery, 

of Cant., cooper. 1705. 
Whitfield, John, scrivener=Catherine, d. 

of Robert Railton, Town Clerk. 1603. 
\Miitfield, John, gent. 1780. 
Whitlok, Richard=Joan, d. of Henry 

Lyncoll. 1400. 
Whitney, Joseph, of Portsmouth, ship- 
wright. 1796. 
Wickenden, John, of St. Dunstan's in 

Kent, labourer. 1789. 
Wickham, John, carpenter=Mary, d. of 

William Knight, Serjeant at Mace. 

•635- 
U ignal, Gregory, silkweaver:=Elizabeth, 

d. of Tliomas Munday, fla.xdresser. 

1741. 
Wegnall, John, silkweaver. 1760. 
Wilco.K, William, linnendraper. 1800. 
Wildish, John, carpenter=Mary, d. of 

Nathaniel Walker, tallow-chandler. 

'743- 
Wildish, Peter, silkweaver. 1753. 
Wilds, William, of St. Dunstans in Kent, 

victualler. 1787. 

Wiles, John, of Dover,mariner,=Deborah, 

d. of William Smith, of Cant., 

goldsmith. i7>4- 
Wiles, Edward, of Hollingbourne, tailor. 

I7S3- 
Wilkes (Wylkes), William, tailor=Cris- 

tian, d. of William Fonteyn. 1441. 
Wilkes, Richard, joiner=Mary, d. o 

Raynold Borne. 1602. 
Wilkins, James, upholster=Mary, d. o 

IMr. Merriain, Alderman. 1647. 
Wilkinson, Ralph, of the Liberties o 

Westminster, victualler. 1754. 

K 



163 



FREEMEN 



164 



Willard, John, of Whitstable, dredger^ 

Mary, d. of Richard Ellis, of Cant., 

turner. 1734- .Str Wei lard. 
Williams (Wyllyams), Nicholas, butcher 

= Mary. d. of Samuel Chandler, i b 1 8. 
Williams, Henrv, lay-clerk=Sibbell, d. 

of John Tucker, instrument maker. 

1638. 
Williams, John, carpenter=Elizabeth, d. 

of William Blogg, glazier. 1721. 
Williams, John, of Maidstone, victualler 

=Sarah, d. of John Cock, of Cant., 

weaver. 1741. 
Williams, Edward, of Boughton Blean, 1 

labourer. 1789. 
Williams, John, of London, butcher. 1796. 
Williamson, Richard, weaver^Mary, d. 

of William Hall, turner. 17 14. 
Williamson, William, cordwainer. 1800. 
Willis, Richard, bricklayer^Elizabeth, d. 

of Thomas Rogers, wheelwright. 

1714. 
Willmot, Jarvis, currier=Eleanor, d. of 

William Small, baker. 1646. 
Wilmount, William, currier= Anne, d. of 

Thomas Pike, currier. 1630. 
Wilson, Richard, shoemaker=iMary, d. of 

John Davyes, smith. 1614. 
Wilson, Edward, timber-broker^Eliza- 

beth, d. of John Hambiook, white- 
smith. 1707. 
Wilson, John, of Dover, tavernkeeper= 

Sarah, d. of Richard Austen, of 

Cant., hop-planter. 1746. 
Wilson, Henr}', of Woolwich, shipbuilder. 

'795- 
Wingate, John, victualler=Elizabeth, d. 

of John Biggs, baker. 1688. 
Winsley, Comb., gent.=Bridget, d. of 

Rest Fenner, brewer. 1737. 
Winslow, Richard, labourer. 1789. 
Witherden, Stephen, gent.=Sarah, d. of 

John Hatch, goldsmith. 1698. 
Wood, Richard, baker=Prudence, d. of 

Thomas Plesington, baker. 1598. 
Wood, William, clothier= Martha, d. of 

Abraham Clarke. 161 5. 
Wood, Michael, cordwainer=Elizabeth, 

d. of Isaac Osbastone, cordwainer. 

1624. 
Wood, William, cordwainer^Frances, d. 

of Edward Violet, apothecary. 1660. 
Wood, Robert, maltster=.'\nne,d. of Tho- 
mas Browning, miller. 1707. 
Wood, John, of Deal cordwainer=Mar- 

garet, d. of William Skelton, of 

Cant., linnenweaver. 1727. 



Wood, William, grocer=Elizabeth, d. of 

John Moate, cooper. 1730. 
Wood, Robert, silkweaver. 1765. 
Wood, Thomas, silkweaver. i7t>7. 
Wood, Edward, sawyer. 1770. 
Wood, John, gardener. 1786. 
Woodfall, Matthew, silkweaver=Dorothy, 

d. of Thomas Kingsford, woollen- 
draper. 1 67 1. 
Woodroffe, John, labourer=Elizabeth, d. 

of John Cartewright, tailor. 1607. 
Woolley, Josiah, of London, vintner= 

Frances, d. of Edward Rook, of 

Cant., saddler. 1734. 
Worall, Nicholas, draper=Agnes, d. of 

John Bargrove. 1522. 
Word, James, silk\veaver=Jane, d. of 

Ralph Aldredge, victualler. 1699. 
Worgar, Anthony, hempdresser=Anne, d. 

of Bell White, joiner. 1638. 
Worley, Edward, blacksmith=Marv, d. of 

Christopher Baulden, ironmonger. 

1632. 
Worley, John, surgeon=Esther, d. of 

John Brickenden, saddler. 1708. 
Worthinton, Robert, on his marriage with 

Mildred, d.of John Wormeselle. 1396. 
Worthington, Edward, of Dover, cooper 

=Susanna, d. of Edward Beard, of 

Cant., cordwainer. 1705. 
Wootton, William, cordwainer=Mildred, 

d. of Thomas Heyward, cordwainer. 

1646. 
Wotton, Richard, chaloner=Agnes, d. of 

Robert Aleyn. 1403- 
Wraight, Robert, tailor=Mary. d. of 

William Buckhurst, tailor. i6b6. 
Wraight, Daniel, woolcomber=Sarah, d. 

of Thomas Kennett, turner. ifa8Q. 
Wraight, James, horse-cutter=Margaret, 

d. of John Smith, victualler. 1727. 
Wraith, Samuel, tailor. 1784. 
Wrake, Jasper=Agnes, d. of Thomas 

Lymyter, Alderman. 1576. 
Wratton, Jacob, of Lympne, labourer, 1 790. 
Wray, Cuthbert, painter=the d.of William 

Johnson, painter. 1562. 
Wren, Robert, organist=Ann, d. of John 

Munn, Esquire, late Mayor. 1678. 
Wrenshier, George, painter=Sarah, d. of 

Edward Wilson, lathcleaver. 1737. 
Wright, John, clothworker=Sara, d. of 

John Elvyn, shoemaker. 1607. 
Wright, John, cordwainer=Anne, d. of 

Isaac Clarke, bricklayer. 1642. 
Wright, John, of Folkestone, Officer in 

the E.xcise. 1755. 
Wright, Thomas, labourer. 1787. 



165 



OF CANTERBURY. 



166 



Wright, Thomas, of St. Nicholas Atwade, 

labourer. 1790. 
Wrothall, William, cordwainer. 1769. 
Wybrow, William, silk\veaver=I\Iary, d. 

of Thomas Young, silkweaver. 17 3+. 
Wycombe, Robert, smith=Isabella, d. of 

Reginald Hamer. H+9- 
Wynn, Thomas, of London, cordwainer= 

Elizabeth, d. of John Philpot, of 

Cant., cordwainer. 1727. 
Wynter, Henry, \vcbbe.=Anneia, d. ot 

Robert Groues {?) 1403. 



Young, Thomas, currier=Jane, d. of 

Nicholas Williams, butcher. 1663. 
Young, John, tailor= Mary. d. of Thomas 

Kingsford, woollendraper. 1672. 
Young, Thomas, of Heme, glazier= 

Susanna, d. of Richard Prett, of 

Cant, gardener. 1727- 
Young, [ohn, yeoman=Mary, d. of Elias 

Terrier, woolcomber. 1744. 
Young, Edward, of Margate, smith. 

1797- 



•" 



PART III. 



jfreemen b^ Hpprenticesbip, 



Abbot, William, cordwainer, app. to 

Gabriel Saffery, Junior. 1726. 
Abbott, James, baker. 1756. 
Abbott, James, carpenter. 1761. 
Abbott, Charles, baker. 1766. 
Abbott, Richard, butcher. 1768. 
Acors, John, cordwainer. 1774- 
Addanis, Richard, tailor, app. to Tliomas 

Hallet. 1602. 
Adams, Andrew, grocer, app. to John 

Elficke. 1604. 
Adames, Nicholas, cordwainer, app. to 

John Bullocke. 1634. 
Adams, John, butcher, a]ip. to liis father, 

Raljih Adams. 1672. 
Adams, Thomas, cordwainer, app. to 

Thomas Fleet. 17 1 1. 
Adams, William, joiner, app. to Thomas 

Clifford. I 7 14. 
Adams, Josiah Lane, of Deal, surgeon 

and apothecar}'. 1772. 
Adis, Stephen, biicklayer, app. to Isaac 

Clarke, 1632. 
Adman, Henry, vintner, app. to Peter 

Johnson, cordw.iiner. 1681. 
Addmans (Addams in the margin), Will- 
iam, pcwterer, app. to Thomas Mar- 
shall. 1622. 
Admans, Solomon, cordwainer, app. to 

William Tiddeman. 1706. 
Alcocke, Roger, tailor, app. lo Rowland 

Di.xson. 1 62 1. 
Aldridge, Ralph, tailor, app. to William 

Gibbon. 1669. 
Aldriilge, Thomas, carpenter, ajip. to 

Robert Hueson. 1681. 
Aldridge, Joseph, silkweaver, aj)p. to 

Edward Berry. 1688. 



Aldridye, Ralph, carpenter, app. to 

William Barbet. 1703. 
Ale.xander, Michael, grocer, app. to 

George Dale. 1587. 
Allen, Simon, shoemaker, app. to Thomas 

Dunney, shearman, but not enrolled. 

1581. 
Allyn,( jeorge, shoemaker, app. to Edmond 

Nicholson. 1585. 
Allen, William, butcher, app. to William 

Reeve. 1628. 
Allen, John, grocer, app. to Daniel Mast- 

erson 1646. 
Allen, William, cordwainer, app. to John 

iMillner. 1663. 
Allen, Edward, upholster, app. to James 

Wdliams, ib88. 
Allen, Peter, of Whitstable, cordwainer, 

app. to Peter lohnson, of Cant. 17 14. 
Allen, William, baker, app. to William 

Reynolds. 1720. 
Ambrose, John, the elder, grocer, app. 

to Hugh Bradbery. 1524. He pd. 

bs. 8d. 
Ansell (Aunsell), William, grocer, app. 

to George Master. 1614. 
Ancell, John, of St. Paul's in Kent, car- 
penter. 1776. 
Anderson, John, vintner, app. to Chris- 
topher Baldwine. 1644. 
Anderson, James, silkweaver. 1768. 
Andrewes, Thomas, barber, app. to 

'I'homas Violet, ib^j. 
Andrews, Richard, tailor. 1754. 
Andrews, Edward, Junior, of London, 

tailor. 1761. 
Andrews, Edward, of Hythe, grocer and 

tallow-chandler. 1794. 



169 



OF CANTERBURY. 



no 



Anker, Thomas, cordwainer, app. to John 

Sancroft. 1700. 
Annott, Charles, watchmaker, app. to 
James Ellis and Robert Heynian. 
16S0. 
Applebee, Christopher, mercer, app. to 

Edward Nordcn. 1643. 
Ap Robertes, John, app. to John Estye, 

clothworker. 1588. 
Apsley, Leonard, of Ashford, carpenter, 

app. to Alderman Betting. 1725. 
Archer, John, bricklayer, app. to William 

Wells. 1689. 
Archer, Ezra, carpenter. 1781. 
Arnold, Thomas, baker, app. to Thomas 

Gilbert. 1714- 
Arnold, John, cordwainer, app. to John 
Wells and Philip Cheesman. 1744. 
Arthur, Thomas, barber, app. to John 

Barham. 17 13. 
Ashenden, Nicholas, grocer, app. to 

Joseph Colfe, Alderman. 1610. 
Ashenden, Thomas, painter, app. to one 

■ Rawlenson. 161 1. 
Ashenden, Stephen, tailor, app. to Will- 
iam Hadnam. 1634. 
Ashman, John, of London, carpenter, 
app. to Thomas Denne, of Cant. 1 741 . 
Ashton, Edward, joiner, app. to Thomas 

Davis. 1734. 
Atkins, Jonas, papermaker, app. to Ric- 
hard Wellard. 1714. 
Atterton. John, ironmonger, app. to John 

Love. 1720. 
Atwell, Thomas, dyer. app. to John 
BlankettandThomas Beverton. 1652. 
Atwell, John, weaver s. and app. of Tho- 
mas Atwell. 16S5. 
Atwood, William, bricklayer, app. to 

Thomas Flalman. i68q. 
.■\ltwood, John, bricklayer, app. to Will- 
iam Attwood. 1705. 
Atwood, John, baker. 1753. 
Atwood, I'hnmas, barber. 1756. 
Austen, Richard, baker, app. to Robert 

Paine. 1687. 
Austen, John, saddler, app. to Robert 

Railton. 1696. 
Austen, John, woollendraper, app. to 

Thomas Jenkin. 1700. 
Austen, Henry, vintner, app. to Mr. John 

Wilson. 1705. 
Austin, John, of Milton, carpenter, app. 

to Thomas Denn, of Cant. 1727. 
Austry, James, grocer, app. to Daniel 

INIasterson. 1633. 
Awcher, Edward, app. to Edward Clarrk- 
son, tailor. 1580. 



Awcher, Edward, tailor, app. to Edward 

Awchere. 1591. 
Backet, John, woolcomber, app. to 

Thomas Home. 1690. 
Badcock, James, cordwainer. 1774. 
Bailey (Bavly), William, victualler, app. 

to his father, Thomas Bayly. 1703. 
Bayley, Thomas, cordwainer, app. to John 

Wells. 1740. 
Bailey, Samuel, of London, silkweaver. 

1760. 
Bayley, William, silkweaver. 1768. 
Baker, Thomas, vintner, app. to Charles 

Wetenhall, Alderman. 1603. 
Baker, Nicholas, baker, app. to William 

Barton. 1623. 
Baker, Thomas, cheesemonger, app. to 

his father, Thomas Baker. 1674. 
Baker, John, of Faversham, tobaccopipe 

maker, app. to Nathaniel Herring, 

1708. 
Baker, William, freemason, app. to John 

Broxup. 171 1. 
Baker, Robert, cordwainer, app. to 

Thomas Parker. 1713- 
Baker, Richard, baker, app. to Joseph 

Rigden. 1724. 
Baker, Thomas, collarmaker, app. to 

Thomas Kolfe. 1724. 
Baker, Henry, pipemaker, app. to John 

Tuck. 1726. 
Baker, Joseph, of London, carpenter, 

app. to Robertjagger, of Cant. 1727. 
Baker, William, of Sandwich, brazier, 

app. to Jacob Sharp, of Cant. 1740. 
Baker, John, upholder. 1760. 
Baker, John, perukemaker. 1763. 
Balden, Christopher, ironmonger, app. to 

Nicholas IVIichell. 1603. 
BaldocUe, William, smith, app. to John 

W'ager. 1621. 
Baldocke, Robert, grocer, app. to Walter 

Southwell. 1628. 
Ball, Richard, clothworker, app. to Israel 

Weevelles. 1620. 
Ball, John, saddler, app. to Christopher 

Franck. 1657. 
Bame. John, tobaccopipe maker, app. to 

Nathaniel Herring. 1722. 
Banfeild, William, cordwainer, app. to 

Philip Busher. 1704. 
Banfield, Thomas, tailor, app. to his father, 

John Banfield. 1727. 
Bannister, Thomas, of River, papermaker, 
app. to Richard Wellard, of Cant. 
1714. 
Barbett, William, carpenter, app. to 
Matthew Browne. 1686. 



171 



FREEMEN 



I7i 



Barbor, Robert, shoemaker, app. to Robert 
Player. 1614. 

Barber, George, cabinet maker. 1780. 

Barham, Edward, haberdasher, app. to 
John Lapham. 1615. 

Barham, John, cordwainer, app. to Tho- 
mas Freetes and in his absence, by 
consent of the Master of the Com- 
pany, putt over to Peter Browne. 
1619. 

Barham, Thomas, tailor, app. to John 
Downes. 1638. 

Barham, VVilham, joiner, app. to John 
Bix. 1669. 

Barham, Charles, barber-surgeon, app. to 
Thomas Fowler. 1700. 

Barham, John, carpenter, app. to Philip 
Fishenden. 1740. 

Barham, Harris, goldsmith, app. to Mich- 
ael Lade. 1747. 

Barham, John, cordwainer, app. to Rob- 
ert Baker. 1747. 

Barham, John, baker, app. to Joseph 
Rigden. 1747. 

Barker, John, barber, app. to John 
Browne. 1628. 

Barker, John, woollendraper and tailor. 
1772. 

Barles, Alexander, joiner, app. to William 
Look. 1675. 

Barles, Joseph, saddler, app. to his 
father, Joseph Barles. 1690. 

Barnard, Joseph, perukemaker. 179^- 

Barnes, Thomas, of Bromley in Kent, 
gardener, app. to Thomas Parker, of 
Cant. 1712. 

Barnsdale, William, cordwainer, app. to 
Thomas Harrison. 1646. 

Barnsdale, William, cordwainer, app. to 
his father, Thomas Barnsdale. 1681. 

Barrett, Thomas, clockmaker, app. to 
John Barrett, gunsmith. 1675. 

Barrett, Edward, smith, app. to his father, 
Edward Barrett. 1691. 

Barret, Thomas, victualler, app. to 
Thomas Franke. 1697. 

Barratt, Nathaniel, silkweaver, app. to 
Henry Cook. 1733. 

Barston, Redman, butcher, app. to 
Nicholas Williams. 1643, 

Bartlam, Henry, shoemaker, app. to John 
Holland. 1614. 

Barton, Christopher, of London, cord- 
wainer, app. to his father, John 
Barton, of Cant. 1727. 

Barton, John, carpenter. 1761. 

Barton, James, silkweaver. 1772- 

Barwick, Edward, silkweaver. 1780. 



Basketfield, John, perukemaker. 1758. 
Bdssett, Thomas, baker, app. to Stephen 

Strong. 1681. 
Bassett, John, baker, app. to Thomas 

Bassett. 1688. 
Batcheller, John, mercer, app. to Samuel 

Staples, mercer. 1602. 
Batcheller, Joseph, tailor, app. to Robert 

Dickenson. 1627. 
Bate, Francis, cordwainer, app. to Samuel 

Collar. 168S. 
Baxter, John, blacksmith, app. to Norton 

Jarman. 1734. 
Baxter, John, of London, glover. 1761. 
Beadle, William, woollendraper, app. to 

Thomas Hawlett. 1606. 
Beaks, William, of Sheerness, baker. 1765. 
Beane, William, woollendraper, app. to 

Simon Robinson. 1620. 
Beane, John, grocer, app. to Daniel 

Masterton. 1627. 
Beane, John, millener, app. to John 

Kingsforth. 1670. 
Bean, John, joiner, app. to Thomas 

Clifford. 1721. 
Bean, John, baker, app. to John Iverson. 

»733- 
Bean, Matthew, bricklayer, app. to John 

Bean. 1741. 
Beard, Thomas, cordwainer, app. to 

Thomas Carey. 1646. 
Beard, William, clockmaker, app. to 

James Ellis, watchmaker. 1674. 
Beare, Thomas, joiner, app. to 'William 

Looke. 1 70 1. See Beere. 
Becon, Basil, joiner, app. to Thomas 

Lineal. 1682. 
Bedingfeild, Thomas, haberdasher, app. 

to John Lee. 1627. 
Beecham, Thomas, heelmaker, app. to 

his father, Richard Beecham. 1651. 
Beecham, George, heelmaker, s. and 

app. of Richard Beecham. 1665. 
Beecham, Thomas, heelmaker, app. to 

his father, Thomas Beecham. 1679. 
Beecham, Benjamin, cordwainer, app. to 

John Bullocke. 1695. 
Beeching, John, blacksmith, app. to 

Richard Gardner. 1705. 
Beere, John, tailor, app. to John Pashly. 

1602. See Beare. 
Bell, Richard, painter, app. to Thomas 

Ashenden. 1628. 
Bell, Thomas, barber, app. to his father, 

Thomas Bell. 1705. 

Bell, William, cordwainer, app. to John 
Ledger. 1722. 



173 



OF CANTERBURY. 



174 



Bell, Robert, of Dover, vintner, app. to 

John Garret, of Cant. 1727. 
Bellenger, John, tailor, app. to John 

Rumfeild. 1639. 
Belly, Thomas, tailor, app. to John 

Oliver. i7'4- 
Benbrigg, Samutl, barber-surgeon, app. 

to lames Fowler. 1671. 
Benford, Thomas, of Longport, printer. 

'795- 
Bennett, Thomas, tailor, app. to John 

Alcock. 161 1. 
Bennet, Obedience, cordwainer, app. to 

Thomas Coale. 1703. 
Bennet, Benjamin, the younger, tailor. 

1760. 
Bensted, Richard, barber-surgeon, app. 

to John Lunn. 1637. 
Bently, James, barber, app. to Thomas 

Stowe. 1635. 
Bentley, Robert, turner, app. to John 

Pembrooke. 1733- 
Berger, Cosman Ertz, of Lodon, apothe- 
cary, app. to Garlin Hatch, of Cant. 

'734- 
Berlyng, William, tailor, app. to Thomas 

Tangate. 1595. 
Berry, John, carpenter, app. to Paul 

Hubbard. 1667. 
Best, John, saddler, app. to John Ashen- 
den. 1615. 
Best, Stephen, pewterer, app. to Thomas 

IMarshall. 1617. 
Best, John, the younger, cordwainer. 1789. 
Bettes, Edward, painter, app. to Richard 

Bell. 1639. 
Bettes, Henry, barber, app. to Thomas 

Violett. 1643. 
Betts, Edward, bricklayer, s. and app. of 

Edward Betts. 1672. 
Betts, John, barber. 1757. 
Beverley, Nicholas, app. to George 

Aunsell, grocer. 1578. 
Beverton, Thomas, fellmonger, app. to 

Thomas Dixon. 1668. 
Beverton, William, grocer, app. to Matthias 

Gray, Alderman. 1698. 
Bigg, Edmond, cordwainer, app. to 

Thomas Newman. 1643. 
Bigges, John, baker, app. to Thomas 

Gilbert. 1634. 
Bing, Thomas, tailor, app. to John Oliver 

and Thomas Davies. 1722. 
Bing, John, baker, app. to William Rey- 
nolds. 1727. 
Birch, Henry, baker, app. to John 

Talputt. 1744. 
Birch, \Villiam, carpenter. i77o. 



Bird, Matthew, whitebaker, app. to John 
Hawkins, dec, and served out his 
time with John Pising who married 

Hawkins' wido. 1625. 
Bisaker, John, cooper, app. to Nicholas 

Tadcly. 17 14. 
Bishop (Bysshopp), William, late servant 

to John Eastday, shearman. 1574. 
Bvshopp, Robert, tailor, app. to Gilbert 

Ewell. 1 62 1. 
Bishop, Thomas, timber breaker, app. to 

Edward Wilson. 1741. 
Bissett, John, shoemaker, app. to Thomas 

Harrison. 1630. 
Bix, John, joiner, s. and app. of John Bix. 

1685. 
Blake, Thomas, barber, app. to William 

Read. 1694. 
Blankett, William, dyer, app. to Squier 

Beverton, Alderman, and Richard 

Hards. 1669. 
Blaxland, Stephen, clothworker, app. to 

John Hubberd. 1681. 
Blaxland, Richard, grocer, app. to Basil 

Denne. 1702. 
Blight, John, bricklayer, app. to John 

Blight. 1654. 
Blight, George, cordwainer, app. to John 

lohncock. 1679- 
Blight, John, victualler, app. to William 

Harte. 1695. 
Blogg, William, glazier, app. to his father, 

William Blogg. 1678. 
Blogg. Charles, glazier, app. to William 

Blogg. 1687. 
Blogg, Charles, glazier, app. to his father, 

William Blogg. 1700. 
Blye, John, late s'vantto Joseph Pelham, 

butcher. 1573. 
Bodkin, John, cordwainer. 1792. 
Bodle, John, carpenter, app. to Adam 

Fowle. 1722. 
Bodle, Thomas, baker, app. to Thomas 

Luck. 1722. 
Bolaine, Noah, of London, surgeon, app. 

to Edward Jacob, of Cant. 1715. 
Bolden, James, whitesmith. 1795. 
Bond, Henry, shoemaker, app. to Robert 

Bond. 1612. 
Bonde, Isaac, shoemaker, app. to his 

father, Robert Bonde. 1616. 
Bond, William, of London, grocer, app. 

to John Johnson, of Cant. 1 734. 
Bond, Stephen, of Dover, baker, app. to 

Thomas Johnson, of Cant. 1741. 
Bonger, Rowland, app. to Edmond 

Clarckson. 1584. 



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176 



Bonham, Thomas, glazier, app. to Thomas 

Browne. 1606. 
Bonner, Thomas, of Ashford, tailor, app. 

to Thomas Pearch, of Cant. 17+1. 
Booth, William, tobaccopipe maker, app. 

to Edward Tuck. 17 10. 
Booth, John, pipemaker, app. to his 

father, William Booth. 1733- 
Booth, John, of London, tobaccopipa 

maker. 1760. 
Boree, James, the younger, silkweaver. 

1774- 
Boree, John, silkweaver. 1782. 
Borneleye, Adrian, s. of Robert Borne- 

leye, app. to Clement Brighte, 

tailor. 1600. 
Bosworth, Edward, brewer, app. to 

George Stanley, Alderman, and 

Susan his wife. 1683. 
Botting, William, carpenter, app. to 

Alderman Botting. 1708. 
Botting, Thomas, barber, ajip. to Richard 

Lane. 173+. 
Boulanger,James, of Sittingbourne, white- 
smith, app. to John Soames, of 

Cam. 1722. 
Bound, Abraham, maltster, app. to John 

Hollingberry. 17 10. 
Bounds, William, baker. 1774. 
Bourne, Louder, goldsmith, app. to 

Michael Lade. 1738. 
Boxer, Michael, of Folkestone, watch- 
maker. 1783. 
Boycoate, Richard, bricklayer, app. to 

]ohn Ward. 1669. 
Boys, Alexander, grocer, app. to William 

Bridge. 1615. 
Boys. Stephen, clothworker, app. to 

Simon Beverton. 161 7. 
Boys, Edward, woollendraper, app. to 

Clive Carter. 1632. 
Brnbyn, Robert, clothier, app. to Noah 

Leedes. 1596. 
Bradbridge, John, upholster, app. to 

Robert Cradock. 173+. iVf Broad- 
bridge. 
Bradford, Thomas, carpenter. 1756. 
Bradford, Henry, turner. 1796. 
Brames, John, joiner, app. to Thomas 

Clifford. 1722. 
Brattle, John, blacksmith, app. to his 

father, John Brattle. 1705. 
Brattel, James, of Chatham, blacksmith. 

1761. 
Brazier, John, barber and periwigmaker, 

app. to Thomas Scudamore. 171+- 
Breach, I'eter, butcher, app. to Nicholas 

Williams. 1O58, 



Bregg, George, vintner, app. to Richard 
Lockley, Aldermnn. 1619. 

Brett, Carter, of Folkestone, baker. 1760. 

Brice, Solomon, barber, app. to John 
Fowle. 1676. 

Brickenden. John, saddler, app. to Isaac 
Hawkes. 1667. 

Bridge, John, grocer, app. to his father, 
Robert Bridge, a freeman and one 
who contributed to the ta.xes and 
tallage of the City. 1590. 

Brydge, William, app. to Thomas Chap- 
man, grocer and chandler. 1605. 

Bridge, Thomas, apothecary, a])p. to 
Robert Pemell, "departing the same 
unti> Crambrooke." 16+3. 

Bridge, Abel, hop-planter, app. to William 
Parker. 1722. 

Bridges, John, grocer, app. to Thomas 
Ockman. 1658. 

Bridges, John, grocer, app. to John 
Bridges. 1681. 

Bridgman, Richard, shoemaker, app. to 
Isaac Osbestone. 1626. 

Bright, Clement, s. of John Bright, smith, 
app. to Edmond Asshefourlh, tailor, 

Bright, Samuel, grocer, app. to Francis 

iMaplesden. 1656. 
Bright, Cephas, weaver, app. to Thomas 

Atwell. 1693. 
Bright, Christopher, blacksmith. 1765. 
Bristow, William, printer and stationer. 

■783- 
Broadbridge, George, of Faversham, 

ginger-bread baker. 1789. .SVc- Brad- 
bridge. 
Brockwell, Charles, carpenter. 1800. 
Brodna.x-, Valentine, cordwainer, app, to 

Robert Hewes. 1667. 
Brooke, Walter, woollendraper, a[)p. to 

Nicholas Yong, tailor. 1587. 
Brook, William, barber, app. to Richard 

Love. 1 73+. 
Brooker, Thomas, cooper, app. to Simon 

Kuigsnode. 1608. 
Brown,Robert, apothecary, app. to W'illiam 

Rutlond, Alderman. 1529. 
Browne, Peter, shoemaker, app. to John 

Nicholson: 1580. 
Browne, Anthony, joiner, app. to George 

Moore. 1589. 
Browne, Wdliam, carpenter, app. to John 

Riggsby. i6t)i. 
pjrowne, Matthew, carpenter, app. to 

William Browne. 1671. 
Brown, George, plumber, app. to Edward 

Justice. 1676. 



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178 



Browne, Henry, glazier, app. to William 

Beale. 1682. 
Brown, James, cordwainer, app. to Alex- 
ander Mockett. 1693. 
Browne, Anthony, baker, app. to his 
father, Thomas Browne. 1700. 

Browne, Daniel, brazier, app. to his father, 
Thomas Browne. 1739. 

Brown, Edward, miller, app. to his father, 
Edward Brown. 1747- 

Brown, Thomas, brazier, app. to his 
father, Thomas Brown. 1747. 

Brown, Edward Morecock, draper and 
tailor. 1777. 

Brown, John, bricklayer. 1790. 

Browning, John, grocer, app. to Walter 
Maplisden. 1665. 

Browning, Thomas, miller, app. to his 
father, William Browning. 1665. 

Browning, Matthew, carpenter, app. to 
William Browning. 1744. 

Bryne, John, clothworker, app. to Nich- 
olas Neave. 1632. 

Buck, Richard, app. to Thomas Grene- 
leafe, shoemaker. 1576. 

Bucke, John, tailor, app. to Stace Free- 
man. 1604. 

Bucke, William, cutler, app. to Roger 
Nowre. 1604. 

Bucke, John, carpenter, app. to John 
Marsh. 1651. 

Buckhurst, Stephen, grocer, app. to Tho- 
mas I\Ianey. 1673. 

Buckhurst, Thomas, of Maidstone, thread- 
twister, app. to Thomas Lane, of 
Cant. 1708. 

Buckley, William, barber, app. to Tho- 
mas Scudamore. 1720. 

Buckwell, John, of the Precincts, Cant., 
carpenter, app. to Peter Holness and 
Samuel George. 1722. 

Budds, John, bricklayer, app. to Mark 
NichoUs. 1676. 

Bull, Thomas, grocer, app. to John 
Browning. 1702. 

Bullinger, William, baker, app. to Tho- 
mas Johnson. 1 747. 

Bullinger, James, silkweaver. 1760. 

BuUocke, William, shoemaker, app. to 
Thomas Player, Sherift'of Cant. 1614. 

Bullocke, William, shoemaker, app. to 
Robert Player. 1618. 

Bullocke, John, cordwainer, app. to 
Thomas Carew. 1620. 

Bullocke, Richard, cordwainer, app. to 
William Bullocke. 1629. 

Bullock, Edward, carpenter, app. to 
Richard Pysing. 1654. 



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Bullock, [blank], tailor, app. to William 

Gibbon. 1675. 
Bullock, John, cordwainer, app. to his 

father, Edward Bullock. 1677. 
Bullock, Edward, cordwainer, app. to his 

father, Edward Bullock. i68g. 
Bunker, Thomas, tailor, app. to John 

Dickenson. 1650. 
Burching, John, cordwainer, app. to John 

Co.x. 1704. 
Burd, John, tailor, app. to Thomas Long. 

1638. 6>^Bird. 
Burden, Thomas, grocer, app. 

Sympson. 1644. 
Burden, John, blacksmith, app. 

Goldedge. 1671. 
Burges, Nicholas, vintner, 

Edward Denne. 1646. 
Burges, Edward, smith, app. 

Drouts. 1658. 
Burges, John, smith, app. to his father, 

Edward Burges. 1677. 
Burges, Matthew, gunsmith, app. to 

Nicholas Hunt. 1681. 
Burges, William, coUarmaker, app. to 

William Rigden. 1689. 
Burges, Edward, bricklayer, app. to. Paul 

Crippin. 1697. 
Burges, Edward, smith, app. to his father, 

John Burges. 1700. 
Burgess, Thomas, blacksmith, app. to 

John Burges. 1705. 
Burges, Edward, bricklayer, app. to his 

father, Edward Burges. 1722. 
Burgess, Thomas, potter. 1790. 
Burneer, John, app. to Jacoby Pottekyn. 

1508. 
Burney, Richard, of Chatham, joiner, app. 

to Thomas Clifford, of Cant. 1705. 
Burton, John, cooper, app. to Richard 

Titherton. 1630. 
Burton, Abraham, tailor, app. to Jacob 

Coxon. 1695. 
Burwash, Thomas, saddler, app. to Thomas 

Hawkes. 165 1. 
Burwash, Edmund, of London, silk dyer. 

■754- 
Burwash, William, of Folkestone, brazier. 

1796. 
Bushell, Henry, baker. 1784. 
Bushell, John, of Bronipton, Kent, baker. 

1796. 
Busher, Philip, cordwainer, app. to Rich- 
ard Hornesby. 1604. 
Busher, Thomas, cordwainer, app. to 

Stephen Terry. 1709. 
Busher, John, carpenter. 1791. 



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180 



Butcher, Francis, woollendraper, app. to 

John Lade, Alderman. 1639. 
Butler, Nathaniel, carpenter, app. to 

Matthew Browne. i68q. 
Butler, Daniel, framework knitter. 1771. 
Butterwick, Robert, saddler, app. to 

William Tolputt. 1731. 
Cacheteur, Peter, barber, app. to 

Charles Obree. 173+- 
Caddell, Samuel, printer. 1780. 
Cadman, Charles, silkweaver, app. to 

Jacob Golden. 1741. 
Caloway, Charles, app. to Adrian Nic- 

olls, Alderman. 1585. 
Callaway, John, the younger, silkweaver. 

1785-. 
Calver, Richard, cordwainer, app. to 

John Bullock. 1692. 
Canburn,\Villiam, of London, tailor. 1763. 
Cantis, Valentine, baker, app. to Thomas 

White. 1687. 
Cantis, Thomas, joiner, app. to Paul 

Norwood. 1707. 
Cantis, Valentine, baker, app. to his 

father, Valentine, Cantis. i 72 1 . 
Capett, John, clothworker, app. to John 

Wright. 1 63 1. 
Carden, John, perukemaker. 1780. 
Garden, Robert, cordwainer. 1781. 
Carder, Simon, tailor, app. to William 

Laurence. 1521. 
Carder, John, cordwainer, app. to Henry 

Lucas. 1734. 
Carter, Clyve, woollendraper, app. to 

William Whilinge. 1621. 
Carter, John, clothworker, app. to 

Stephen South. 1665. 
Carter, George, joiner, app. to Paul 

Norwood. 1690. 
Carter, John, of Hythe, saddler, app. to 

Richard Hall, of Cant. 1710. 
Carter, William, grocer, app. to Robert 

Carter. 1715. Served only 6 years, 

when Robert Carter left Cant. 
Carter, John, carpenter, app. to William 

Browning. 1733. 
Carter, Gregory, bricklayer, app. to 

Simon Daines. 1735. 
Carter, Nicholas, tailor. 1763. 
Cartewright, Vincent, tailor, app. to his 

father, John Cartewright. 1609. 
Cartwright, John, shoemaker, app. to 

Thomas Blondon. 1616. 
Casey, Henry, joiner, app. to Lambert 

Co.x. 1709. 
Cassell, James, bricklayer, app. to John 

Oakeley. 1676. 



Castell, "John, tailor, app. to Thomas 
Richardson. 1623. 

Castle, William, linnenweaver, app. to 
Thomas Atwell. 1681. 

Castle, James, cordwainer, app. to Tho- 
mas Willmot. 1690. 

Castle, James, of Elham, apothecary. 

'754- 
Castle, John, of St. Dunstan, Kent, silk- 
weaver. 1 76 1. 
Castle, Thomas, cabinetmaker. '767. 
Catlett, Nicholas, joiner, app. to Thomas 

Clifford. 1708. 
Cavell, John, cordwainer, app. to Ed- 
mund Maplisden. 1690. 
Chalklen, Henry, saddler. 1785. 
Chalklen, William, printer. 1787. 
Chambers, George, app. to his father, 

Edmond Chambers, millener. 1664. 
Chambers, Thomas, baker, app. to Joseph 

Rigden. 17 14. 
Chambers, William, carpenter, app. to 

William Browning. 1722. 
Chambers, Edward, of Deal, surgeon. 

1784. 
Champney, Henr}-, gunsmith, app. to 

John Jusley. 1618. 
Chandlor, Richard, grocer, app. to 

Christopher W^agstaffe. 161 8. 
Chandler, Daniel, butcher, app. to his 

father, Samuel Chandler. 1692. 
Chandler, John, butcher, app. to his 

father, John Chandler. 1704. 
Chandler, .Samuel, joiner, app. to his 

father, Samuel Chandler. 1706. 
Chandler, James, butcher, app. to his 

father, John Chandler. 1707. 
Chandler, Thomas, butcher, app. to his 

father, John Chandler. 1714. 
Chandler, Benjamin, apothecary, app. to 

Charles Knowler. 1734- 
Chandler, Joseph, perukemaker. 1771. 
Chandler, James, silkweaver. 1774- 
Chantrey (Chauntrey), John, tailor, app. 

to Robert Bishopp. 1650. 
Chapman, Henry, grocer, app. to Richard 

Chandler, grocer and chandler. 1643. 
Chapman, Thomas, silkweaver, app. to 

James Deeringe. 1700. 
Chapman, John, gardener, app. to John 

Fenn. 1721. 
Chapman, John, gardener. 1777. 
Chapman, John, cabinetmaker. 1779- 
Chapman, Copper, draperand tailor. 1784. 
Chapman, Philip, the younger, of Smar- 

den, draper and tailor. 1789. 
Charret, Samuel, cordwainer. 1774. 



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182 



Cheal, William, bricklayer, app. to John 

Skilton. 1733- 
Cheavele, John, carpenter. 1785. 
Cheesman, Richard, whitesmith, app. to 

his father, Richard Cheesman. 1 7 1 8. 
Cheesman, Stephen, cordwainer, app. to 

his father, Philip Cheesman. 1744. 
Cheever, Georsfe, chandler, app. to John 

Browneing. 1686. 
Chese, William, tailor, app. to John 

Peerse. 1607. 
Chick, John, silkvveaver, app. to his 

father, Peter Chick. 17 16. 
Chick, Peter, silkweaver, app. to his 

father, Peter Chick. 1727. 
Child, William, of Bromley, Kent, surgeon. 

1796. 
Chippenden, Michael, silkweaver. 1789. 
Chittenden, James, butcher, app. to 

Aaron Woodland. 1647. 
Choppen, Thomas, cordwainer, app. to 

Henry Rogers. 1681. 
Christian, Edward, cordwainer, app. to 

Edward Bullock. 1668. 
Christie, William, cordwainer. 1790. 
Church, George, joiner, app. to George 

Vandepeere. 1652. 
Church, Anthony, of Dover, linnen- 

weaver, app. to Avery Stredvvick, of 

Cant. 1705. 
Ciaryngbolle, Henry, shoemaker, app. to 

John Awger. 1583. 
Claringbull, Thomas, grocer. 1761. 
Claris, James, stationer. 1784. 
Clarke, Augustyn, tailor, app. to John 

Jemet. 1597. 
Clarke, John, saddler, app. to John 

Strand, but served not his time, and 

so was fined 40s. 1632. 
Clarke, Edward, tailor, app. to Edward 

Walle. 1705. 
Clark, William, cordwainer. 177 '• 
Clerkson, John, joiner, app. to George 

Vandepere. 1646. 
Clements, \Villiam, barber, app. to Richard 

Love. 1734. 
Clifford, Thomas, joiner, app. to Paul 

Norwood. ibSj. 
Clynton, Thomas, saddler, app. to Leonard 

Asshenden. 161 8. 
Clynton, John, clothworker, app. to 

Timothy Winfons {?). 1630. 
Coates, Robert, baker, app. to Stephen 

Pilcher. 1722. 
Coates, William, barber, app. to George 

Hunt. 1743. 
Cobb, Edmond, haberdasher, app. to 

Thomas Pordag. 161 6. 



Cobb, James, tailor, app. to Jeremy Smith. 

1627. 
Cobb, Henry, baker, app. to William 

Rigden. 1689. 
Cock, alias Cox, John, linnen-weaver, 

app. to his father, John Cock, alias 

Cox. 1693. 
Cock, Matthew, cordwainer, app. to John 

Sayer. 17 14. 
Cock, Thomas, silkweaver. 17S3. 
Cockett, Richard, butcher, app. to his 

father, Robert Cockett. 1694. 
Cockman, Daniel, butcher, app. to William 

Fittell, weaver. 1674. 
Coffee, William, blacksmith and farrier. 

1792. 
Cole, John, mercer, app. to Thomas 

Pawlyn. 1582. 
Cole, Seth, shoemaker, app. to Thomas 

Donner. 1589. 
Cole, William, shoemaker, app. to Chris- 
topher Ashenden. 1601. 
Cole, Thomas, cordwainer, app. to John 

Bissett. 1663 
Coale, Thomas, carpenter, app. to Matt- 
hew Browne. 1702. 
Cole, William, cordwainer, app. to his 

father, Thomas Cole. 1704. 
Cole, John, cutler. 1780. 
Colegate, William, baker. 1777- 
Collar, Thomas, baker, app. to James 

Pettitt. 1716. 
Collett, Henry, cutler, app. to his father, 

Henry Collett, the younger. 1640. 
Collet, Daniel, cutler, app. to Henry 

Collet, of Angel Lane, Cant. 1646. 
Collins, Joseph, bricklayer, app. to 

William Collins. 1733. 
Collins, William, tallowchandler. 1753. 
Collins, Charles, barber and perukemaker. 

■773- 
Collyore, Peter, papermaker, app. to 

Richard Wellard. 1708. 
Conod, James, of Sheerness, silkweaver. 

1790. 
Cooke, William, carpenter, app. to Will- 
iam Gill. 1 68 1. 
Coock, William, miller, app. to Thomas 

Hills. 1704. 
Cook, Witingham, of London, carpenter, 

app. to Nicholas Goldfinch, of 

Cant. 1708. 
Cook, Thomas, papermaker, app. to 

William Cook. 1741. 
Cook, Richard, papermaker. 1753. 
Cooley, William, haberdasher of hats, 

app. to Thomas Smith. 1708. 



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184 



Cooley, William, of Dover, fellmonger 

and glover. '775- 
Cooper, John, papermaker, app. to 

Richard Wellard. 1704. 
Cooper, John, grocer, app. to his father, 

Charles Cooper. 1705. 

Cooper, John, of London, papermaker, 

app. to William Cook, of Cant. 173^. 

Cooper, Thomas, of London, silkdyer, 

app. to Mark Duree, of Cant. 1741. 

Corkham, Joshua, upholster, app. to 

James Williams. 1700. 
Cornwell, [ames, victualler, app. to 
Edward Whetstone, innholder. 1682. 
Cosby, John, app. to Richard Gould- 

fynche. 1609. 
Costeker, James, of Ashford, woollen- 
draper and tailor. 1759- 
Costen, Robert, tailor, app. to Philip 

Pen. 1744- 
Cotton, Bar', tailor, app. to Thomas 

Richardson. 1606. 
Cotton, John, cordwainer, app. to Jona- 
than Hawkes. 1696. 
Couchman, Robert, grosser, app. to 

George Masters. 1605. 
Court, Austen, cordwainer, app. to Roger 

Giles. 1635. 
Court, James, cordwainer, app. to Nich- 
olas Dillnott. 1687. 
Court, Clement, carpenter, app. to Henry 

Jagger. 1747. 
Courtopp, Luke, app. to Christopher 

Bridge, grocer. 1592. 
Courtup, Paul, saddler, app. to John 

Strand. 1641. 
Courthopp. Edward, cordwainer, app. to 

Richard Chandler. 1653. 
Cowley, Edward, tallowchandler. 1786. 
Coxe, Thomas, blacksmith, app. to 

Thomas Peeling. 1620. 
Cox, Samuel, bricklayer, app. to John 

Flatman. 1680. 
Cox, Henry, linnenweaver, app. to Henry 

Cox. 1685. 
Cox, Nicholas, blacksmith, app. to James 

Harris, 1688. 
Cox, John. .S«' Cock, John. 1693. 
Cox, Lambert, joiner, app. to Thomas 

Lineal the elder. 1695. 
Cox, Joshua, linenweaver, app. to his 

father, John Cox. 1700. 
Coxen, Buckhurst, carpenter, app. to 

Robert Jagger. 1734. 
Cragg, William, brazier, app. to his 

father, I-lobert Cragg. 1688. 
Cramp, Richard, watchmaker. 1766. 
Cramp, William, pattenmaker. 1789. 



Cramp, Richard, of London, peruke- 
maker. 1795. 

Crawley, James, tailor, app. to John 
Tanlin. 1701. 

Crawley, Thomas, tailor, app. to his 
father, James Crawley. '727. 

Crayford, Edward, grocer, app. to Joseph 
Colfe. 1658. ' 

Creed, James, baker, app. to Nicholas 
Fowle. 171 1. 

Creed, Thomas, ironmonger, app. to his 
father, Christopher Creed. 1734. 

Creed, Henry, of Ashford, silk mercer. 

■774- 
Creek, James, of London, tailor, app. to 

Thomas Pearch, Sen., of Cant. 17 14. 
Cresswell, John, tailor and draper. 1795. 
Cresy, Richard, victualler, app. to William 

Hart, innholder. 1679. 
Cricket, Joseph, blackmith, app. to Ben- 
jamin Edmunds. 1743. 
Crippin, John, bricklayer, app. to Paul 

Crippin. 16SS. 
Crippin, Thomas, bricklayer, app. to his 

father, Paul Crippin. 1703. 
Crippen, John, bricklayer, app. to his 

father, John Crippen. 17 14. 
Crippen, William, butcher, app. to 

Thomas Hull. 1729. 
Crippen, John, of Chatham, papermaker. 

'759- 
Crispe, Thomas, tailor, app. to Edward 

Awcher. 1592. 
Crispe, John, blacksmith, app. to William 

Alson and James Godden. 1721. 
Crispe, Samuel, barber, app. to Mercer 

Fowler and William Lineal. 1732. 
Crosoer, William, of Bridge, tailor. 1761. 
Crothal, William, tailor, app. to Thomas 

Davis. 1733. 
Crow, John, of Faversham, brazier. 17S0. 
Crowcherst, William, carpenter, app. to 

Thomas Bullock. 171 1. 
Cuckowe, Abraham, joiner, app. to 

William Marrable. 1650. 
Cuckoe, Daniel, jeweller, app. to his 

father, Daniel Cuckoe. 1703. 
Cuckow, John, printer, app. to his father, 

Daniel Cuckow. 1708. 
CuUen, Michael, Attorney at Law, app. 

to Mr. Edward Hirst, one of the 

Attorneys of the Court of Pleas of 

this city. 1670. 
Cullen. William, carpenter, app. to Philip 

Fisenden. 1732. 
Culling, Thomas, glover. 1760. 
Cullen, Thomas, upholsterer. 1782. 



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186 



Cumberland, William, glover, app. to 

Jeremiah Smith. 1677. 
Curling, Thomas, surgeonand apothecary, 

app.toAlderman Edward Jacob. 1725. 
Curling, Bridger, of Ramsgate, grocer, 

app. to Richard Jenkins, of Cant. 1727. 
Curling, Bunce, of Sandwich, surgeon 

and apothecary. 1788. 
Ciirteis, James, of Clapham in Surry, 

apothecary. 1761. 
Daines, John, bricklayer, app. to Thomas 

Flackton. 1707. 
Dale, John, of Staple, baker, app. to 

William Lane, of Cant. 1727- 
Darby, John, cordwainer, app. to John 

Ledger. 1736. 
Darby, Charles, cordwainer, app. to John 

i)arby. 17+7- 
Darley, Thomas, cooper, app. to John 

Barton. 1652. 
Davey, Thomas, woolcomber. 1780. 
Davis, Richard, joiner, app. to William 

Hooka. 1679. 
Davis, Thomas, pattenmaker. 1767. 
Davis, John, tailor and staymaker. 1768. 
Davis, Nathaniel, saddler. 1768. 
Davison, John, glazier and painter, app. 

to Charles Blogg. 1721. 
Dawson, William, app. to Joyse Harrys, 

joiner. 1576- 
Dean, Hiday, victualler, app. to Richard 

Creasey. 1690. 
Dedlannoy, Peter, white-smith, app. to 

Thomas Hearne. 1742. 
De Lasaux, James, silkweaver. 1768. 
De Lasaux, Thomas, silkweaver. 1778. 
Dell, John, of Dover, tailor, app. to 

Daniel Nicols, of Cant. 17 10. 
Delo, William, silkweaver. 1767. Dis- 
franchised February 1768, because 

he had not served a regular appren- 
ticeship. 
Dennce, Michael, woollendraper, app. to 

Alvery Sabyn, Alderman. 1618. 
Dendy, John, of Rochester, clockmaker. 

1760. 
Denn, Thomas, grocer, app. to James 

Glover, grocer and chandler. 1633. 
Denn, Edward, vintner, app. to William 

Tarry. 1635. 
Denne, Christopher, carpenter, app. to 

Paul Hubberd. 1663. 
Denne, John, turner, app. to his father, 

John Denne. 1679. 
Denne, Basil, grocer, app. to Henry 

Chapman. 1690. 
Denn, Thomas, carpenter, app. to Tho- 
mas Landman. 1708. 



Denn, James, carpenter, app. to Nathan- 
iel Butler. 17 1+. 
Densted, John, grocer, app. to John 



Dale. 



;8o. 



Dent, Robert, cordwainer, app. toThomas 

Newman. i&37- 
Dernocour, John, of Faversham, cord- 
wainer. 1797. 
Despaigne, Henry, carpenter, app. to 

Edward Landman. 17 19. 
Devine, John, baker, app. to Samuel 

Johnson. 17+7- 
Devison, Richard, apothecary, app. to 

Charles Knowler. 1727. 
Devison, Richard, bricklayer, app. to 

his father, Alexander Devison. 1727. 
Dilnut, John, blacksmith and farrier, app. 

to James Godden. 1744. 
Dixon, Edward, tailor, app. to Edward 

Elphick. 1740. 
Dodd, Abraham, of Sturry, carpenter, 

app. to Robert Hudson. 1675. 
Dodd, Thomas, cordwainer, app. to 

Peter Johnson. 1681. 
Dodd, Thomas, barber, app. to his father, 

John Dodd. 1688. 
Dodd, William, tailor, app. to Thomas 

Paine. 1698. 
Dodd, Charles, barber, app. to his father, 

John Dodd. 1705. 
Dolly, William, brazier, app. to Jacob 

Sharpe. 1728. 
Doorne, Stephen, stationer and book- 
binder. 1790. 
Dove, Edward, victualler, app. to Thomas 

Kelling. 1705. 
Down, Joseph, barber and periwig maker, 

app. to Charles Obree. 1737. 
Dowsett, Thomas, grocerand gingerbread 

baker. 1796. 
Dray, William, barber, app. to John 

Barham. 1699. 
Dray, Thomas, cordwainer, app. to 

Richard Buckhurst. 1727. 
Drayton, Peter, haberdasher, app. to 

George Claggett. 1610. 
Drayton, John, mercer, app. to Paul 

Petit, Esquire, iNIayor. 1647. 
Drew, John, of Holy Cross, Cant., sur- 
geon. 1774. 
Drury, John, of Wye, glazier and plum- 
ber. 1768. 
Drury, George, whitesmith. 1800. 
Dubbin, George, bricklayer, app. to John 

Filmer. 1721. 
Dubles, Charles, of London, saddler. 

1790. 



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FREEMEN 



188 



Dudlow, John, the younger, plumber. 

1760. 
Dulmar, Jacob, baker, app. to John 

Goldfinch. J732. 
Dulmer, Charles, perukemaker. 1758. 
Duly, Philip, glover, app. to James Avery. 

17+1. 
Dumee, Micah James, silkweaver, app. to 

his father, James Dumee. 1733. 
Dumez, George, silkweaver, app. to his 

father, James Dumez. ■741. 
Dumez, Peter, silkweaver, app. to his 

father, James Dumez. 17+4-. 
Dunkyn, John, lail.or, app. to Edward 

Clarckson. 1591. 
Durant, Thomas, apothecary, app. to 

William Freebody. 1695. 
Durant, Stephen, apothecary, app. to 

William Freebody. 1703. 
Duree, James, dyer, app. to his father, 

Mark Duree. 1738. 
Duryez, James, turner, app. to his father, 

David Duryez. 1747. 
Duthoit, James, cabinetmaker. 1782. 
Duthoit, Peter, butcher. 1789. 
Duthoit, Edward, brazier. 1796. 
Dutton, William, blacksmith, app. to 

Richard Ginder. 1681. 
Dyason, Joseph, surgeon. 1761. 
Dyason, Joseph, of London, brazier and 

tinman. 1777. 
Dyason, James, cordwainer. '792. 
Dyce, James, tailor. 1793. 
Eager, John, collarmaker. 1765. 
East, Iddenden, tailor, app. to Philip 

Reason. 1697. 
East, Parker, of Deptford, cordwainer. 

1768. 
Eastdye, Jeffrey, shearman, app. to John 

Eastdye, clothworker. 1581. 
Eaton, John, of Hythe, gent. 1780. 
Eborne, Chayney, mercer, app. to Henry 

Bridge. 161 7. 
Edmondes, Nicholas, app. to William 

Wyldebore, grocer. 1579. 
Edmondes, Stephen, joiner, app. to 

Henry Hame. 1634. 
Edmunds, Benjamin, blacksmith, app. to 

his father, William Edmunds. 1734. 
Edmunds, William, blacksmith, app. to 

his father, William Edmunds. 1741- 
Edmonds, Charles, perukemaker. 1775. 
Edwards, Thomas, of Ramsgate, tallow- 
chandler. 1760. 
Edwards, William, printer. 1780. 
Effeild, Robert, clothworker, app. to 

Simon Beverton. 1614. 



Effeld, Ralph, tailor, app. to Rowland 

Di.xson. 1617 
Elbury, William, fellmonger, app. to 

Richard Stockden. 1654. 
Elden, Paul, of Charing, barber, app. to 

George Kidder, of Cant. '727- 
Elfyck, John, grocer, app. to Simon 

Brome, Alderman. 1582. 
Ellis, Daniel, shoemaker, app. to Stephen 

Giles. 1615. 
Ellis, John, carpenter, app. to William 

Bottinge. 1701. 
Ellis, Richard, turner, app. to John Pem- 

brooke. 1701. 
Ellis, Ale.xander, victualler, app. to his 

father, Ale.xander Ellis. 17 10. 
Ellis, Edward, turner, app. to his father, 

Richard Ellis. 1722. 
Elles, John, of St. Mary-in-the Marsh. 

printer. 1794. 
Elmes, William, app. to John Perce, 

haberdasher. 1598. 
Elsey. George, cordwainer, app. to Robert 

Southy. 1662. 
Elsted, Thomas, cordwainer, app. to 

Thomas Barnsdale. 1675. 
Elvye, Samuel, app. to George Sherock, 

shoemaker. 1583. 
Elvy, John, grocer, app. to Thomas 

Enfield. 1681. 
Elvey, John, baker, app. to William 

Mount. 1714. 
Elvey, John, blacksmith, app. to William 

Thomas. 1741. 
Elvyn, William, shoemaker, app. to 

Richard Rychardes. 1584. 
Elvyn, John, silkweaver, app. to his 

father, William Elvyn. 1678. 
Elvysshe, Christopher, app. to Anthony 

Bowyer, barber. 1585. 
Elwyn, Thomas, tallowchandler. 1765. 
Enfield, Thomas, grocer, app. to Thomas 

Mainey. 1661. 
Engeham, Edward, joiner, app. to Thomas 

Lineale. 1687. 
Epps, Thomas, printer. 1786. 
Ertzberger, William, of London, baker. 

1761. See Berger, Ertz, col. 173. 
Essenhigh, Henry, of Rochester, cooper. 

'77+- 
Esse.x, Nicholas, shearman, app. to 

William Reade, clothworker. 1584. 
Estis, William, baker, app. to Thomas 

Carley. 1687. 
Evands, Matthew, plumber, app. to 

Nicholas Justice. 1630. 
Eve, Charles, butcher. 1755. 



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190 



Evernden, Thomas, cordwainer, app. to 

Robert Southey. 1660. 
Evernden, Nathaniel, cordwainer, app. to 

his father, Thomas Evernden. 1681. 
Evernden, George, grocer and tallow- 
chandler, app. to Matthias Gray, 

Alderman. 1694. 
Evernden, George, of Favershem, baker, 

app. to John Bing, of Cant. 1747- 
Evernden, James, butcher, app. to John 

Denne. 1751. 
Ewell, Joseph, grocer, app. to Walter 

Southwell and Francis JMaplisden. 

1645- 
F]well, Joseph, grocer, app. to his father, 

loseph Ewell. 1681. 
Fagg, Anthony, grocer, app. to Daniel 

Giles. 1654. 
Fagg, Thomas, cordwainer. app. to 

Christopher Stonehouse. 1681. 
Fagg, John, breechesmaker. 1780. 
Fayrman, Thomas, cordyner, app. to 

Stephen Giles. 1622. 
Farrance, Robert, farrier, app. to his 

father, John Farrance. it>79- 
Farstall, Richard, app. to Walter South- 
well, Alderman and grocer. 1638. 
Feltus, Joseph, of Wickhambreu.\, cord- 
wainer, app. to Jonathan Hawker, 

of Cant. 1722. 
Fendall, Edward, carpenter, app. to 

Edward Bullock. 1677. 
Fenn, John, cordwainer, app. to his 

father, Richard Fenn. 1667. 
Fenner, Seth, apothecary, app. to Israel 

Jacob. 1675. 
Fenner, Rest, staiioner, app. to his father. 

Rest Fenner. 1681. 
Fenner, Enoch, bookseller, app. to his 

father, Rest Fenner. 1700. 
Fereyer, Samuel, tailor, app. to Arnold 

Terry. iS97- 
Ferree, Samuel, cooper, app. to INIoses 

Knewstub. 1732. 
Ferrer, Thomas, tailor, app. to Thomas 

Weldon. 1599. 
Fidge (Fydge), Thomas, mercer, app. to 

John RIerryam. 161 3. 
Fidge, Thomas, haberdasher, app. to Mr. 

Thomas Fidge. 1647. 
Fidge, Robert, baker, app. to John Biggs. 

1656. 
Fidge, George, bricklayer, app. to 

Robert Laurence. 1692. 
File, Joseph, bricklayer, app. to William 

Atwood. 1722. 
Filmore, John, bricklayer, app. to John 
Warwell. 1695. 



Filmar, Thomas, of Chilham, bricklayer, 

app. to John Filmar, of Cant. 1708. 
Filpott, John, grocer, app. to Walter 

Southwell. 1619. 6'« Phiipott. 
Finch, John, grocer, app. to John Furser. 

1622. 
Finch, James, cutler, app. to his father, 

Richard Finch. 1661. 
Finch, Thomas, cordwainer, app. to John 

Bix. 1701. 
Fishenden, Philip, carpenter, app. to 

Thomas Cole. 17 14. 
Fisher, Edward, tallowchandler, app. to 

Thomas Wilsden. 1753. 
Fitch, William, surgeon. 1789. 
Fitch, Daniel, of Pluckley, woollendraper. 

1796. 
Flacton, Adrian, cordwinder, app. to 

Henry Bond. 1628. 
Flackton, Thomas, bricklayer, app. to 

Valentine Sawyer. 1673. 
Fhickton, John, bricklayer, app. to Henry 

Flackton. 1695. 
Flackton, John, bricklayer, app. to his 

father, John Flackton. 1703. 
Flaltman, John, bricklayer, app. to John 

Barrett. 1657. 
Fleete, Thomas, cordwainer, app. to 

Daniel Ellis. 1698. 
Flint, Thomas, of Dover, tailor, app. to 

Samuel Flint, of Cant. 1708. 
Flynt, Ebenezer, of Faversham, tailor, 

app. to his father, Samuel Flynt, of 

Cant. 1 7 2 1 . 
Flynt, James, tailor, app. to his father, 

Samuel Flynt. 1722. 
Flood, Joshua, tinplateworker, app. to 

his father, Thomas Flood, i 700. 
Floyd, Richard, potter, app. to John 

Nicholls. 1677. 
Fogge, Whittingham, silk weaver, app. to 

John Darrell. 1661. 
Foord, Richard, the elder, innholder, 

app. to William Mathews. 1679. 
Foord, Richard, the younger, victualler, 

app. to Thomas Mathew, tailor, and 

Mr. Alderman Elwyn. 1679. 
Foord, William, butcher, app. to Peter 

Gill. 1741. 
Forde, Peter, baker, app. to William 

Amye, Alderman. 1601. 
Foreman, Benjamin, saddler. 1788. 
Forrest, Roger, butcher, app. to Edmond 

Louell(.?) 1634. 
Foster, Edward, tailor, app. to Clement 

Bright. 1607. 
Fougere, George, barber, app. to John 
Railston. 1741. 



191 



FREEMEN 



192 



Fowie, Nicholas, barber, app. to Thomas 

Hunt. 1607. 
FowIe, John, white baker, app. to John 

Harris. 1616. 
Fowle, WiUiam, farrier, app. to Christopher 

Henley. 1656. 
Fowle, Adam, baker, app. to Nicholas 

Fowle. 1672. 
Fowl, Alexander, baker, app. to his father, 

John Fowl. 1690. 
Fowl, Thomas, baker, app. to his father, 

Thomas Fowl. 1690. 
Fowle, Nicholas, baker, app. to his 

father, John Fowle. 1694. 
Fowle, Edward, baker, app. to his father, 

Nicholas Fowle. 1698. 
Fowle, Thomas, tailor, app. to Thomas 

Paine. i6g8. 
Fowle, Adam, the younger, carpenter, 

app. to William Barbet. 1699. 
Fowle, George, carpenter, app. to Paul 

Gilmer. 1703. 
Fowle, Benjamin, baker, app. to his 

father, John Fowle. 1705. 
Fowle, William, cooper, app. to Nicholas 

Taddy. 1708. 
Fowle, Jeremiah, carpenter, app. to 

Thomas Bullock. 171+. 
Fowle, William, basketmaker, app. to 

John Pembrook. 1722. 
Fowle, John, baker, app. to Samuel 

Simmonds and Alderman Fowle. 

1727. 
Fowler, Thomas, carpenter, app. to 

Robert Hudson. 1663. 
Fowler, John, carpenter, app. to George 

Long. 1704. 
Fowler, Thomas, of London, brickla3'er. 

1761. 
Fowtrell, Thomas, tailor, app. to John 

Burnby. 17 14. 
Fowtrell, Michael, baker, app. to Joseph 

Rigden. 1720. 
Foxe, Thomas, glazier, app. to Mr. 

Thomas Ludd. 1645. 
Fox, John, cordwainer, app. to Henry 

Bartlam. 1661. 
Fox, Israel, weaver, app. to [blank]. 1686. 
Fox, Thomas, maltster, app. to William 

Fox. 1753. 
Fox, Benjamin, carpenter. 1761. 
Fox, John, ironmonger. 1761. 
Fox, Paul, of Chatham, tailor. 1761. 
Fox, Samuel, woollendraper and silk- 
mercer. 1774. 
Fox, William Hinde, surgeon. 179°- 
Francis, Edward, cordwainer, app. to 

Mr. Daniel Ellis, the younger. 1674. 



Francis, William, baker, app. to Thomas 

Gilbert. 1692. 
Francis, Thomas, the younger, limeburner 

and brickmaker. 1757. 
Francis, William, tallowchandler and 

grocer. 1789. 
Francis, John Farley, grocer and tallow- 
chandler. 1796. 
Francke, Christopher, saddler, app. to 

John Stronn. 1634. 
Franke, William, bricklayer, app. to Tho- 
mas Marn. . . . 1668. 
Francke, Edward, bricklayer, app. to 

Edward Betts. 1672. 
Franke, Daniel, turner, app. to John 

Pembrook. 1704. 
Frank, Edward, turner, app. to John 

Pembrook. 17 10. 
Frank, John, turner, app. to his father, 

Thomas Frank. 1733. 
Frankleyn, Robert, shoemaker, app. to 

James Vydean. 1534. 
Francklyn, Edward, turner, app. to 

Richard Pembrooke. 1681. 
Fray, Thomas, victualler, app. to Richard 

Gilman, vintner. 1695. 
Freebody, William, apothecary, app. to 

Avery Hills, gent. 1682. 
French, William, plumber and glazier, 

app. to Thomas Keister. 1712. 
French, John, cabinetmaker, app. to 

Thomas Cliflbrd and John Tustian. 

1741. 
Frend, George, woollendraper and silk 

mercer, app. to George Frend. 1749. 
Friend, John, mason, app. to John 

Broxup. 1704. 
Friend, Thomas, upholster, app. to 

George Hunt. 1704. 
Friend, Daniel, grocer, app. to William 

Beverton. 1727. 
Friend, John, tailor, app. to his father, 

Charles Friend. 1741. 
Fuller, William, brazier. 1796. 
Fuller, Benjamin, brazier. 1800. 
Fuss, George, of Wye, upholsterer, app. 

to Robert Cradock, of Cant. 1728. 
Gadesby, Richard, carpenter, app. to 

his father, John Gadesby. 1747. 
Gadesby, William, carpenter. 1767. 
Gale, Richard, tailor, app. to his father, 

Nicholas Gale. 1633. 
Gallant, Richard, feltmaker, app. to Wil- 
liam Hunt, the younger. 1700. 
Gambier, Charles, cordwainer. 1789. 
Gambler, James, of Strood, cordwainer. 

'795- 



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194 



Gammon, Robert, grocer, app. to Tho- 
mas Ockman. i68g. 
Gammon, John, papermakcr. 1773- 
Gardner, David, glazier, app. to Charles 



Bloir. 



1708. 



Gardener, Samuel, of Faversham, peruke- 
maker. 178-1.. 

Gardiner, Robert, hairdresser. 1789. 

Garling, John, cordwainer, app. to Henry 
Bartlam. 1652. 

Garrett, John, cordwainer, app. to Edward 
Hall. 1641. 

Garrett, James, of [blank], baker, app. to 
Thomas Coller, of Cant. 17+0. 

Gaunte, John, app. to John Rose, Alder- 
man. 1579. 

George, John, blacksmith, app. to Reg- 
inald Henly, blacksmith, &c. 1637. 

George, Samuel, caipenter, app. to John 
Homersham. 1700. 

George, Thomas Rooke, tailor. 1800. 

Gibbon, Thomas, joiner, app. to Thomas 
Clifibrd. i6go. 

Gibbons, Edward, collarmaker. 1790. 

Gibbs, Robert, haberdasher of hats, app. 
to Thomas Kingsford. 1689. 

Gibbs, Thomas, apothecary, app. to 
Stephen Durant. 1720. 

Gibbson, Thomas, chandler, app. to 
William Bridge, Alderman and gro- 
cer. 1642. 

Gilbert (Gylbert), Richard, app. to Chris- 
topher Bridge, grocer. 1570. 

Gilbert, Thomas, baker, app. to William 
Younjr. 1624. 

Gilbert, Thomas, baker, app. to Thomas 
Gilbert. 1643. 

Gilbert, Robert, millener, app. to John 
IMeriam, Alderman. 1658. 

Gilbert, Robert, millener, s. and app. of 
Robert Gilbert. 1672. [The father 
was not a freeman.] 

Gilbert, Thomas, butcher, app. to William 
Allen. 1672. 

Gilbert, John, apothecary, app. to Roger 
Newman. 1689. 

Gilbert, Edward, joiner, app. to Thomas 
Kitham. 1695. 

Gilbert, John, baker, app. to Hercules 
Hills. 1709. 

Gilbert. Abel, of London, cordwainer, 
app. to Walter Rlond, of Cant., 
vintner. 1727. 

Gilbert, John, of the Precincts, grocer, 
app. to William Carter. 1727- 

Giles, Michael, haberdasher, app. to 
Gabriel Richardes. 1626. 



Giles, Thomas, grocer, app. to John 
Giles. 1677. 

Giles, John, barber and periwigmaker, 
app. to Richard Love, periwigmaker. 
1741. 

Giles, Hercules, butcher. 1765. 

Giles, William, butcher. 1789. 

Gill, Henry, maltster, app. to Jonas 
Waters. 1636. 

Gill, John, carpenter, app. to his father, 
John Gill. 1649. 

Gill, Thomas, butcher, app. to James 
Hunt. 1663. 

Gill, Samuel, of Deal, cordwainer, app. 
to his father, Joshua Gill, of Cant., 
tripeman. 1708. 

Gill, Jolin, cordwainer, app. to John 
Sayer. 1714. 

Gill, Thomas, carpenter, app. to John 
Chapman. 1714- 

Gill, Michael, woolcomber, app. to his 
father, Thomas Gill. 1722. 

Gilham (Gyllam), Thomas, yeoman, "be- 
cause he was a prentyse to the 
scyence of goldsmiths and enrolled 
according to the custume of this 
Citie." 1534. 

Gilham, William, miller, app. to Robert 
Gilpin. 1 70 1. 

Gilham, John, miller, app. to Robert 
Gilpin. 1708. 

Gillman, John, wheelwright. 1760. 

Gillman, Webster, bookseller and sta- 
tioner. 1776. 

Gillman, James, of Faversham, cabinet- 
maker. 1789. 

Gillman, David, of Deal, cabinetmaker. 

1795- 
Gillmore, John, baker, app. to Mr. 

William Gilham, Alderman. 1674. 
Gilmore, John, tallowchandler, s. and 

app. of his father, Paul Gilmore, 

who was not free. 1675. 
Gilpin, Robert, tailor, app. to John Bird. 

1663. 
Ginder, Richard, smith, app. to Thomas 

Fowle. 1 66 1. 
Ginder, John, carpenter, app. to William 

Gill. 1684. 
Ginder, William, barber, app. to John 

Andrews. 1700. 
Gipps, Henry, of Hythe, apothecary, app. 

to Charles Knowler, of Cant. 1741. 
Gipps, George, apothecary, app. to Charles 

Knowler. 1751. 
Gipps, Henry, woollendraper. 17S2. 
Glover, Stephen, shoemaker, app. to 

Thomas Greneleafe. 1586. 

M 



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196 



Glover, James, grosser, app. to George 

Masters. 1613. 
Glover, Thomas, tailor, app. to Abraham 

Clarke. 161 3. 
Glover, William, grocer, app. to his father, 

James Glover. 1637. 
Glover, John, silkweaver, app. to Isaac 

Glover. 1708. 
Glover, Isaac, silkweaver, app. to his 

father, John Glover. 1727. 
Goatly, Henry, barber-surgeon, app. to 

William Fox. 1634. 
Goately, Ambrose, smith, app. to Edward 

Barret. 1636. 
Goatly, Thomas, cooper, app. to Edward 

Vann. 1637. 
Goately, Thomas, smith, app. to Am- 
brose Goately. 1684.. 
Goddard, Thomas, weaver, app. to William 

Burges. 1533. 
Godden, James, of Maidstone, farrier, 

app. to George Whiteing, of Cant. 

Godden,Thomas, of Folkestone, breeches- 
maker. 1753. 

Godier. William, tailor. 1785. 

Gold, Thomas, cordivainer, app. to John 
Raylston. 17 19. 

Gouldege, John, blacksmith, app. to John 
Davis. 1630. 

Goldedge, Thomas, blacksmith, app. to 
his father, John Goldedge. 1677. 

Golden, Jacob, mercer, app. to his father, 
Richard Golden. 1722. 

Golding, John, bricklayer, app. to Christ- 
opher Symson. 171 1. 

Goulden, Thomas, upholder. 1794. 

Goulden, William, of Staplegate, turner. 

Goldefynche, Richard, app. to Thomas 

Hawlett, tailor. 1595. 
Goldfinch, William, of Sturry, baker, app. 

to his father, John Goldfinch, of 

Cant. 1747. 
Goldfinch, William, saddler. 1781. 
Goldfinch, Edward, chemist and druggist. 

1794. 
Goldring, William, cooper, app. to Moses 

Newstub and George Baker. 1750. 
Goldesborough, Abraham, joiner, app. to 

his father, Richard Goldesborough. 

1652. 
Goldsbury, John, cordwainer, app. to 

Edward Bullocke. 16S6. 
Gouldsmith, John, cooper, app. to Richard 

Titterton. 1636. 
Gouldsoun, Walter, joiner, app. to Joyce 

Gervice. 161 1. 



Goodban, Thomas, barber and peruke- 
maker. 1773. 
Goodcn, William,theyounger, of London, 

silk d)'er. 1760. 
Goodhue, Peter, tailor, app. to Edward 

Williams. 1&15. 
Goodlad, Richard, clockmaker, app. to 

Richard Greenhill. 1705. 
Goodwin, John, of Ash, glover, app. to 

William Holness, of Cant. 1733- 
Gore, John .Augustine, whitesmith. 1786. 
Gorely, William, feltmaker. 1789. 
Gorham, Thomas, clothworker, app. to 

Israel Wcevells. 1631. 
Gorham, Thomas, cordwainer, app. to 

Daniel Ellis. 1679. 
Gosbey, John, maltster. 1760. 
Gowland, Stephen, cooper. 1796. 
Grant, John, carpenter, app. to Henry 

Roberts. 1666. 
Grant, Richard, cordwainer, app. to John 

Prettiman. 1741. 
Grant, William, of London, upholster. 

1761. 
Gray, William, carpenter, app. to Ray- 

nold Bourne. 1585. 
Grave, Edward, carpenter, app. to Au- 
gustine Terry. 1627. 
Gray, Thomas, glover, app. to Jeremy 

Smith. 1692. 
Greene, Leonard, carpenter, app. to Am- 
brose Sturges. 1672. 
Greene, Thomas, butcher, app. to his 

father, Thomas Greene. 1700. 
Greenhill, Samuel, watchmaker, app. to 

his father, Richard Greenhill. 1707. 
Greneleafe, John, grocer, app. to Joseph 

Colfe. 1603. 
Greenough, Peter, tailor, app. to Thomas 

Bates. 1747. 
Greenestreet, Robert, haberdasher of 

smallwares, app. to John Merriam. 

1620. 
Greenstreet, James, of Northlane, Kent, 

baker, app. to John Lellesden, of 

Cant. 1722. 
Greenstreet, Jolui, baker. 1756. 
Greenstreet, Richard, of London, wheel- 
wright. 1795. 
Grecthurst, Philip, baker, app. to Stephen 

Strong. 1668. 
Grecthurst, Philip, bricklayer, app. to 

Robert Lawrence. 1703. 
Griggs, John, carpenter, app. to Thomas 

Bullocke. 1734. 
Griffen, Isaac, tailor, app. to Henry 

Robertes. 1636. 



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OF CANTERBURY. 



198 



Griffen, John, baker, app. to Thomas 
Besonn. 1639. 

Griffin, William, coverlet weaver, app. to 
Thomas Atwell. 1663. 

Griffen, John, brazier, app. to his father, 
John Griffen. 1705. 

Gressam, Samuel, cordwainer, app. to 
Daniel Ellis. 1657. 

Grovnes, Sampson, app. to Christopher 
.'\sshenden, shoemaker. 1585. 

Grureberry, Samuel, baker, app. to Adam 
Fowle. 1679. 

Guenin, John, barber, app. to George 
Kidder. 171 8. 

Guenin, Benjamin, tallowchandler, app. 
to William Beverton. 1723. 

Gutter, Thomas, weaver, app. to John 
Butcher. i6og. 

Hadman, William, tailor, app. to Will- 
iam Buckhurst. itiSj- 

Haffenden, Richard, cutler, app. to his 
father, Richard Haffenden, and Will- 
iam Harris. 1713. 

Hagell, Joseph, of Deal, gingerbread 
baker. 1800. 

Halden, Peter, tailor, app. to Robert 
Dickinson. 1621. 

Hales, John, cordwainer, app. to his 
father, Henry Hales. 1674. 

Hales, William, feltmaker, app. to Will- 
iam Studham. 1722. 

Hall, Thomas, turner, app. to Abraham 
Smith. 1652. 

Hall, Thomas, cordwainer, app. to Christ- 
opher Stonehouse. 1687. 

Hall, George, apothecary, app. to Thomas 
Smith. 1692. 

Hall, Richard, saddler, app. to William 
Tolputt. 1698. 

Hall, Thomas, turner, app. to his father, 
John Hall. 1698. 

Hall, Symon, cordwainer, app. to Thomas 
Parker. 1717. 

Hall, John, saddler, app. to his father, 
Richard Hall. 1727. 

Hall, Samuel, maltster, app. to Daniel 
Hall. 1742. 

Halsey, Thomas Sackett, cordwainer. 

1785- 
Halsey, John, the younger, cordwainer. 

178S. 
Halsnoad, Charles, tailor, app. to his 

father, John Halsnoad. 1682. 
Ilamage, William, tailor, app. to Arnold 

Terrv. 1613. 
Haniadge, Nicholas, carpenter, app. to 

William Tayler. 1659. 



Hamedge, Thomas, haberdasher, app. to 

his father, Daniel Hamedge. 1662. 
Hamadge, Henry, haberdasher, app. to 

his father, Daniel Hamadge. 1664. 
Hamage, John, brewer, app. to IMr. 

Henry Waddell. 1692. 
Hambleton, John, barber, app. to John 

Barham. i6go. 
Hambrook, John, smith, app. to Stephen 

Hambrook. 1684. 
Hamme, Henry, joiner, app. to John 

Vandepere. 1600. 
Hammond, James, barber, app. to James 

Fowler. 1665. 
Hammond, Richard, of Ashford, turner. 

1790. 
Hamond, John, brewer, app. to this 

Accomptant {? William Watmer, 

Chamberlain). 161 3. 
Hampton, John, tailor, app. to John 

Croft. 1642. 
Harber, John, barber, app. to John 

Jennings. 161 6. 
Harding, Robert, cordwainer, app. to 

John Moore. 1641. 
Harding, James, cordwainer, app. to John 

Cooper. 1722. 
Harmon, John, basket maker, app. to his 

father, Thomas Harmon. 1599. 
Harnet, Edward, grocer, app. to Basil 

Denne. 1700. 
Harnett, Henry, baker, app. to Edward 

Haywardand Richard Dowcar. 1734. 
Harnett, Henry, maltster. 1767. 
Harnett, Henry, baker. 1780. 
Harnett, Daniel, grocer. 1790. 
Harnett, Joseph, plumber. 1790. 
Harper, Nicholas, tallowchandler, app. 

to John Peirce. 1699. 
Harris (Harrys), John, app. to John 

Harrys, whitebaker. 1619. 
Harris, James, smith, app. to John Barret, 

1665. 
Harris, William, goldsmith, app. to Will- 
iam Nayor. 1665. 
Harris, James, smith, app. to his father, 

James Harris. 1690. 
Harris, John, grocer, app. to his father, 

Thomas Harris. 1691. 
Harris, Vespatian, the younger, silk- 
weaver, app. to his father, Vespatian 

Harris, the elder. 1695. 
Harris, Walter, the younger, of Cant., 

clocksmith, app. to Richard Green- 
hill. 1700. 
Harris, John, bricklayer, app. to Robert 

Laurance. 1701. 



199 



FREEMEN 



200 



Harris, Thomas, tailor, app. to his father, 

Edmund Harris. 1704. 
Harrison (Harryson), Thomas, shoemaker, 

app. to David Cundit. 1612. 
Harison, Thomas, pewterer, app. to his 

father, Richard Harison. 1632. 
Harrison, Henry, tailor, app. to John 

Dickenson. 1664. 
Harrison, James, grocer, app. to Thomas 

Enfield, Esquire, Mayor. 1674. 
Harrison, Henry, tailor, app. to his father, 

Henry Harrison. 1679. 
Harrison, Symon, baker, app. to William 

Lance. 1721. 
Harrison, William, tailor, app. to William 

Young. 1 72 1. 
Harrison, Basil, grocer, app. to William 

Peel. 1727. 
Harrison, John, upholder, app. to Robert 

Cradock. 1737- 
Harrison, Theophilus, upholder. 1800. 
Harrod, Thomas, silkweaver. 1780. 
Hart, Thomas, corduainer, app. to 

Thomas Barnesdale and Robert 

Tullenden. 1673. 
Hart, Richard, carpenter, app. to Edward 

Terry and Richard Hudson. 1744- 
Hart, William, collarmaker. 1754. 
Hart, John, cooper. 1758. 
Hart, William, cordwainer. 1789. 
Hartcup, Jeremiah, vintner, app. to his 

father, Jeremiah Hartcup. 1722. 
Hartcup, Thomas, vintner, app. to his 

father, Jeremiah Hartcup. 1725, 
Hartley, Edward, pipemaker, app. to 

William Booth. 1741- 
Hartup, Thomas, of Fordwich, butcher. 

'75+- 
Harwood, John, shoemaker, app. to 

Robert Bond. 1608. 
Hasellwood, John, joiner, app. to James 

Ruffoote. 1 62 1. 
Hassel, Samuel, of Rochester, cord- 

wainer, app. to Thomas Fleet, of 

Cant. 1 741. 
Hassal, William, bricklayer, app. to 

Thomas Friend. 1742. 
Hasted, Joseph, of Chatham, app. to his 

father, Rloses Hasted, of Cant., tailor. 

1705- 
Hatch, John, goldsmith, app. to Richard 

Rising. 1668. 
Hatch, John, goldsmith, app. to his 

father, John Hatch. 1698. 
Hatch, Garlin, apothecary, app. to 

Alderman Oughton. 1723. 



Hatcher, Lawrence, grocer and tallow- 
chandler, app. to William Hatcher. 

1739- 

Hatcher, William, carpenter. 1773. 

Hatcher, Edmund, of Dover, wheel- 
wright. 1800. 

Hawke, Robert, grocer, app. to Symon 
Brome, Alderman. 1589. 

Hawker, Isaac, saddler, app. to his father, 
Thomas Hawker. 1648. 

Hawker, Jonathan, cordwainer, app. to 
I\Ir. John Garlin. 1676. 

Hawker, William, carpenter, app. to 
Thomas Cole and Philip Eishenden. 

1734- 
Hawkes, Thomas, apothecary, app. to 
James Frencham, Alderman. 1600. 
Hawne, James, maltster, app. to Henry 

Waddell, brewer and maltster. 1707. 
Haycocke, John, butcher, app. to James 

Hunt. 1671. 
Hayne, William, needlemaker, app. to 

Francis Haynes. 1630. 
Hayward, Michael, cordwainer, app. to 

Edward Woodcocke. 1656. 
Hayward, Edward, baker, app. to Valen- 
tine Cantis. 1695. 
Hayward, Edward, junior, apothecary, 

app. to Anthony Oughton. 1716. 
Hayward, Thomas, of London, smith. 

1768. 
Hearne, John, cordwainer, app. to Alex- 
ander Mockett. 1689. 
Hearne, George, silkweaver, app. to 

Henry Lewis. i6g6. 
Hearne, Thomas, whitesmith, app. to 

William Harris. 1722. 
Heath, Robert, vintner, app. to Walter 

Baker. 1643. 
Hedgecock, James, of Hyth, baker, app. 

to John Goldfinch, of Cant. 1732. 
Heeler, Joseph, carpenter, app> to Henry 

I\Iay. 1639. 
Henlye, Richard, apothecary, app. to 

Anthony Wells and set over to Joseph 

Colffe. 1 61 2. 
Henlye, Leonard, blacksmith, app. to 

Robert Wilkinson and John Fagg. 

1624. 
Henneker, William, cordwainer, app. to 

John Tayler. 1695- 
Hewes, William, app. to John Marloe, 

shoemaker. 1593. 
Hewson, Robert, shoemaker, app. to 

John Elvy and, on his death, assign- 
ed to Adam Waters. 1602. 
Hewson, John, shoemaker, app. to James 

Bennett. 1613. 



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202 



Heyman, Robert, watchmaker, app. to 

James Ellis. 1678. 
Heys, Henry, printer. 1792. 
Hibon, Peter, potter, app. to Simon 

Evernden. 1752. 
Hibon, Isaac, potter. 1760. 
Hicks, John, cordwainer, app. to Daniel 

Ellis. 1658. 
Hicks, P'rancis, cordwainer. 1760. 
Hilles, Avery, apothecary, app. to George 

Young. 1634. 
Hills, Francis, brewer, s. and app. of 

James Hills. 1686. 
Hills, Hercules, baker, app. to Thomas 

Fowle. i6g6. 
Hills, James, bricklayer, app. to William 

Attwood. 1708. 
Hills, Thomas, baker, app. to Thomas 

Fowle. 171 1. 
Hills, William, barber, app. to Richard 

Lane. 1720. 
Hills, Robert, baker, app. to his father, 

Hercules Hills. 1727. 
Hills, John, the younger, grocer. 17S0. 
Hills, John, pattenmaker. 1789. 
Hills, John, cordwainer. 1790. 
Hinds, Thomas, cordwainer. 1771. 
Iliron, Francis, barber-surgeon, app. to 

Robert Munday. 1686. 
Hobbs, |ohn,papermaker, app. to Richard 

Wellard. 1708. 
Hobbs, Edward, woolcomber and linnen- 

draper. 1760. 
Hobday, Thomas, cloth worker, app. to 

Bartholomew Colepeck, shearman. 

1580. 
Hobdey, John, woollendraper, app. to 

Thomas Jenkin. 1670. 
Hobday, Benjamin, glazier and plumber. 

'773- 
Hobday, Stephen, of London, carpenter. 

1783- 

Hobday, William, the younger, maltster. 
17S9. 

Hodgekyn, John, app. to Nicholas Yong, 
woollendraper. 1591. 

Hogben, John, glover, app. to Richard 
Chivers. 1631. 

Hogben, Thomas, tanner, app. to William 
Russell. 1643. 

Hogben, Richard, app. to Richard Hornes- 
by, glazier. 1662. 

Hogben, Robert, upholster, ajip. to Hum- 
phrey Nichols. 1705. 

Hogwood, Joel, of Sittingbourne, cord- 
wainer. 1789. 

Holbert, James, cordwainer, a\tp. to 
Thomas Fleet. 1734. 



Hollams, John, cordwainer, app. to John 

Tassell. 1691. 
Holland, John, app. to Thomas Greene- 

leafe, shoemaker. 1593. 
Hollingbery, John, Junior, carpenter, 

app. to Jolin Hamersham. 1703. 
Hollingberry, Thomas, malister, app. to 

his father, John Hollingberry. 1708. 
Hollingbury, Thomas, of Dover, apothe- 
cary, app. to Stephen Durant, of 

Cant. 1734. 
Hollmes, Andrew, carpenter, app. to 

William Dray. 1690. 
Holmes, John, maltster, app. to Barthol- 
omew Hart. 1718. 
Holmes, Walter, tailor. 1779. 
Holness, William, fellmonger, app. to his 

father, William Holness. 1720. 
Holness, John, cooper, apii. to George 

Baker. 1724. 
Holness, Joseph, fellmonger, app. to his 

father, William Holness. 1727. 
Holness, Thomas, of Ashford, pipemaker, 

app. to Thomas Fowle of Cant., 

baker. 1727. 
Holness, Thomas, of VVingham, baker, 

app. to Thomas Fowle, of Cant. 1727. 
Hones, John, of Sandwich, cooper. 1 760. 
Holloway, James, cordwainer, app. to 

Thomas Dodd. 1696. 
Homersham, John, carpenter, app. to 

Christopher Denne. 1690. 
Homersham, Robert, of Holy Cross, 

Cant., baker, app. to Valentine Can- 

tis. 1747. 
Homersham, William, of St. Dunstan's in 

Kent, carpenter, app. to Charles 

Homersham. 1747. 
Homersham, Edward, carpenter. 1778. 
Homersham, John, cordwainer. 1778. 
Hones, John. See Holness. 
Hook, William, joiner, app. to Nicholas 

Catlet. 1734. 
Hooker, Walter, grocer, app. to William 

Rutland, Alderman. 1534. 
Hooker, Thomas, butcher, app. to Thomas 

Hooker and Philip Smith. 1714. 
Hooker, William, butcher, app. to William 

Ratcliff. 17)5. 
Hope, Robert, of London, gingerbread 

baker, app. to James Petlit, of Cant. 

1741. 
Hope, Jarman, of Lenham, butcher. 1 761 . 
Hopper, John, grocer, app. to Joseph 

Seward. 1 649. 
Home, John, saddler. 1784. 
Horn, Charles, baker. 1799. 



203 



FREEMEN 



204 



Horneby, John, saddler, app. to Thomas 

Brayne, and, after his death, put 

over to Bartholomew Samon. 1589. 
Hornby, Gilbert, glazier, app. to his 

father, Robert Hornby. it)+3- 
Horneby, Richard, glazier, app. to his 

father, Robert Horneby. 1650. 
Horneby, Robert, glazier, app. to his 

fatlicr, Robert Horneby. 1652. 
Hornesby, Robert, tobaccopipe maker, 

app. to John Tuck. 1674. 
Horsly, John, tanner, app. to Peter 

Waite. 1692. 
Horton, Thomas, app. to John Nutt, 

Alderman. 1577. 
Horton, William, of Sandwich, carpenter. 

1761. 
Hoskins, Daniel, currier, app. to Daniel 

Wakelyn. 1676. 
Hoskins, William, currier, app. to his 

father, James Hoskins. 1681. 
How, William, of Sheerness, victualler, 

app. to Thomas Pittington, of Cant. 

'734- 
Howell, John, weaver, app. to [blank] 

Boocher, shearman. i583- 
Howland, Richard, cordwainer, app. to 

Robert Southey. 1650. 
Howley, John, joiner, app. to George 

Moore. 161 1. 
Hubbard, Paul, carpenter, app. to Edward 

Gray. 1642. 
Hubberd, Abel, clothworker, app. to his 

fdtlier, John Hubberd. J 683. 
Hudson, Richard, carpenter, app. to his 

father, Robert Hudson. 1662. 
Hudson, Robert, carpenter, app. to 

Robert Hudson the elder. 1678. 
Hudson, Robert, carpenter, app. to 

Robert Hudson. 1690. 
Hudson, Philip, baker, app. to John Bing. 

'7+'- 
Hugbon, Thomas, tailor, app. to Jeremy 

Smyth. 1 62 1. 
Hughes, Philip, of Heme, carpenter, app. 

to Philip Fishenden, of Cant. 1733. 
Hughes, William, of Sittingbourne, turner, 

app. to Richard Ellis, of Cant. 17+1. 
Hulsc, Nathaniel, smith, app. to Nicholas 

Hunt, and after his dec. to Judith 

Hunt, widow of the .said Nicholas. 

1693- 
Hunt, Nicholas, gunsmith, aiip. to John 

Barrett. 1672. 
Hunt, William, feltmaker, app. to his 

father, William Hunt. i6go. 
Hunt, Stephen, feltmaker, app. to his 

father, William Hunt the elder. 1 6g8. 



Hunt, John, feltmaker, app. to his father, 

William Hunt. 1 707. 
Hunt, [ohn, pattenmaker, app. to James 

IMarseill. 1722. 
Hunt, Timothy, baker, app. to Joseph 

Rigden. 1744. 
Hurst, John, distiller, app. to Thomas 

iMayne. 1702. 
Hutt, James, cordwainer, app. to John 

Upton. 1684. 
Hutt, James, cooper, app. to William 

Spratt, the younger. 1741. 
Hutt, James, papermaker, app. to William 

Cook. 1741. 
Hutton, Thomas, of Heme, carpenter, 

app. to William Brown, of Cant. 1705. 
Hvet, 'Fhomas, woolcomber, app. to his 

father, James Hyet. 1734. 
Iddenden, Richard, baker, app. to John 

Fowle. 1651. 
Iddenden, Thomas, joiner, app. to George 

Church. 1665. 
Idley, Edward, tailor, app. to John Castle. 

1640. 
Inge, John, bricklayer, app. to John 

Norton. 1727. 
Inment, Henry, baker. 1780. 
Ireland, James, tailor, app. to Abraham 

Clarke. 1613. 
Jacob, Israel, apothecary, app. to Avery 

Hills. 1649. 
Jacob, James, joiner, app. to Thomas 

Clifford. 1709. 
Jacob, Edward, surgeon, app. to his father, 

Edward Jacob. 1735. 
Jagger, Henry, carpenter, app. to liis 

father, Robert Jagger. 1727. 
Jagger, William, tailor, app. to William 

Dodd. 1733. 
Jagger, John, plumber, app. to John 

Davison. 1734. 
James, William, of Sandwich, baker, app. 

to \^'illiam Reynolds, of Cant. 1734. 
James, William, of Westgate in Kent, 

cordwainer. 1789. 
Jancock, Bartholomew, woolcomber, app. 

to his father, Bartholomew Jancock. 

1727. 
Jancock, Philip, gardener, app. to Thomas 

Saddleton. 1747- 
jannan, Philip, tanner, app. to his father, 

Philip Jarman. 1705- 
Jarman, John, fellraonger, app^ to William 

Holness. 1714. 
Jarman, William, the younger, of Rams- 
gate, carrier. 1774- 
Jarvis, Thomas, of Clapham, Surrey, car- 
penter. 1796. 



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206 



Jefferson, Jeffery, blacksmith, app. to 

John Page. 1641. 
Jeffrey, John, app. to Richard Eastman, 

collarmaker. 1593. 
Jeoffory, William, cooper, app. to Moses 

Best. 1655. 
Jeoffery, Francis, millener, app. to John 

Kingsford. 1675. 
Jeoffery, Thomas, cutler, app. to William 

Dollman. 1675. 
Jeoffery, Thomas, barber, app. to John 

Barham. i6g8. 
Jell, William, cordwainer, app. to his 

father, William Jell. t6gi. 
Temett, John, vintner, app. to William 

Tarre. 1639. 
Jenkvn, Henry, Public Notarie, app. to 

William Watmer, Alderman. 1620. 
Jenkin, Richard, grocer, app. to John 

Parker and William Hatcher. 17 16. 
Jenkins, Richard, woollendraper and 

mercer. 17*^7. 
Jenkinson, Robert, tailor, app. to Christ- 
opher Cosen. 1637. 
Jenkinson, Richard, grocer, app. to 

Thomas Mayne. 1670. 
Jenkinson, William, carpenter, app. to 

Edward Landman. 17+1. 
Jenings, Thomas, chandler, app. to James 

Glover and (after his death) to his 

son, William Glover. 1644. 
Jennings, George, of Holy Cross, Cant., 

grocer, app. to Francis IMaplisden. 

1658. 
Jennings, Thomas, joiner, app. to John 

Bi.\. 1680. 
Jennings, James, butcher, app. to James 

Tong. 1738. 
Jerman, John, tailor, app. to Thomas 

Simpson. 1667. 
Jeudwine, William James, of Holling- 

bourne, surgeon. 1796. 
Jode, William, cordwainer, app. to Henry 

Rogers. 1688. 
Joad, Stephen, of Ramsgate, surgeon. 

1790. 
Johncocke, Henry, cordwainer, app. to 

Jonas Pysing. 1656. 
Johnson, Thomas, grocer, app. to Thomas 

Ashenden. 1640. 
Johnson, Nicholas, tailor, app. to Peter 

Johnson and George Simpson. 1 642. 
Johnson, Edward, silkweaver, app. to 

Nicholas Johnson, bookseller. 1659. 
Johnson, Nicholas, cordwainer, s. and 

app. of Peter Johnson. 1684. 
Johnson, Andrew, baker, app. to Thomas 

White. 1693. 



Johnson, Samuel, barber-surgeon, app. 

to William Read the younger. 1695. 
Johnson, John, joiner, app. to Alexander 

Barles. 1698. 
Johnson, John, pumpmaker, app. to John 

Prittyman. 1734. 
Johnson, William, hairdresser. 17S9. 
Jolley, John, maltster, app. to his father, 

Thomas Jolley. 1698. 
Jolley, Thomas, maltster, app. to his 

father, Thomas jolley. 1698. 
Jolley, William, barber, app. to Samuel 

Johnson. 17 10. 
Jolley, Thomas, maltster, app. to Joseph 

Jolley. 1744. 
Jolley, Joseph, blacksmith. 1774- 
tones (Joanes), Stephen, vintner, app. to 

Charles Wetenhall, Alderman. 1 600. 
Jones. Ralph, joiner, app. to George 

IMoore. 1607. 
Jones, Thomas, joiner, app. to Bell White. 

1609. 
Jones, Thomas, shoemaker, app. to 

Thomas Newman. 1641. 
Jones, Walter, w^oolconiber, app. to John 

Thorpe. 1698. 
Jones, Nicholas, hempdresser, app. to 

Thomas Nicholls. 1700. 
Jones, Thomas, of Stanford, grocer, app. 

to Peter Tomlin, of Cant. 1727. 
Jones, John, stationer and bookbinder. 

1789. 
Josslyn, Thomas, silkweaver. 1774. 
Joyce, Nicholas, carpenter, app. to 

Richard Rising. 1662. 
Jurden, Henry, lathcleaver, app. to his 

father, Henry Jurden. 1725. 
Jurden, John, lathcleaver, app. to his 

father, Henry Jurden. 1725. 
Justice, Edward, plumber, app. to his 

father, Edward Justice. 1688. 
Jdstin, Edward, saddler. 1756. 
Kay, William, perukemaker. 1760. 
Kebble, John, shoemaker, app. to Thomas 

Shingleton, s. of Stephen Shingleton. 

1608. 
Keene, George, the younger, salesman 

and draper. 1792. 
Kemp, Law, of IMaidstone, fellmonger. 

1789. 
Kendall, George, the vounger, carpenter. 

1780. 
Kennard, John, tailor, app. to Edward 

Kennard. 16 12. 
Kennett, Cornelius, app. to Thomas 

Dyrkyn, shoemaker. 1592. 
Kennett, Thomas, barber, app. to Robert 

Hardes. 1602. 



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208 



Kennett, John, grocer, app. to Henry 
Wao-staff. 1608. 

Kennet, William, grocer, app. to his fatlier, 
John Kennet. 1635. 

Kennett, Richard, wooUendraper and 
hatter. 1794. 

Kenniston. John, cordwainer, app. to 
John Tayler. 1681. 

Kennon, Samuel, cheesemonger, app. to 
Thomas Baker. 1698. 

Kerby, John cordwainer, app. to John 
Garrett. 1657. 

Ketcherill, David, linnendraper, app. to 
his father, David Ketcherill. 1741. 

Ketcherell, Henry Annerly, of Sandwich, 
linnendraper, app. to his father, 
David Ketcherell, of Cant. 1747. 

Kidder, Thomas, barber-surgeon, app. 
to Robert Mundy. 1675. 

Kidder, Stephen, painter, app. to Tho- 
mas Johnson. 1694. 

King, William, locksmith, app. to Henry 
Champney. 1668. 

Kingsford, Thomas, tailor, app. to Abra- 
ham Clarcke. 1621.' 

Kingsford, Thomas, hatter, app. to Zach- 
ary Lee, now INIavor. 1658. 

Kingsford, Sampson, baker. 1771. 

Kingsford, William, of Ash, baker. 1790. 

Kingesmill, John, haberdasher of small 
wares, app. to John Merryam. 1619. 

Kingesnode, John, locksmith, app. to 
[ohn Wager. 1614. 

Kyngsnoad, Daniel, baker, app. to Will- 
iam Younge. 161 8. 

Kirke, John, grocer and chandler, app. 
to John Browning. 169,3- 

Kirkby, George, printer. 1796- 

Kirkby, Henry Heally, printer. 1800. 

Kitchen, John, butcher, app. to Robert 
Cockett. 1709. 

Kitham, William, tailor, app. to Robert 
Gilpin. 1674. 

Kitham, Thomas, joiner, app. to George 
Church. 1676. 

Knatchbull, William, of Dover, breeches- 
maker. 1773. 

Knell, John, cordwainer, app. to John 
Hi.\. 1675. 

Knight, William, cordwinder, app. to 
Robert Player, shoemaker. 1628. 

Knyghtsmith, Richard, late app. to his 
father, John Knyghtsmith. 1583. 

Knott, James, cordwainer, a])p. to John 
Garrett. 1679. 

Knott, Joseph, blacksmith, app. to John 
Goldedge. 1681. 



Knott, John, grocer, app. to Peter Tom- 

lin. 1713. 
Knott, William, linnendraper. 1761. 
Knott, Thomas, barber and perukemaker, 

'772-_ 
Knowler, Thomas, wooUendraper, app. 

to Henry Twyman. 1662. 
Knowler, John, tailor, app. to Henry 

Harrison. 1674. 
Knowler, Henry, mercer, app. to and s. 

of Thomas Knowler, Alderman. 

1684. 
Knowler, John, tailor, app. to his father, 

John Knowler. 1698. 
Knowler, Charles, apothecary, app. to 

William Hawker. 1701. 
Knowler, George, tallowchandler, app. to 

John Browning, grocer and tallosv- 

chandler. 1708. 
Knowler, William, wooUendraper, app. 

to John Friend. 1708. 
Knowler, George, of Elham, surgeon, app. 

to Edward Jacob, of Cant. 1722. 
Knowler, John, of New Romney, surgeon, 

app. to his father, Thomas Knowler, 

of Cant., surgeon. 1727. 
Knowler, George, surgeon and apothecary, 

app. to his father, Thomas Knowler, 

surgeon and apothecary. 1736. 
Knowles, William, turner. 1789. 
Lacerf, James, joiner, app. to Thomas 

Clifford. 1734. 
Lacey, James, of Sandwich, victualler, 

app. to James Lacey, of Cant. 1 74 1 . 
Ladd, John, wheelwright. 1774. 
Ladd, Thomas, silversmith. 1794. 
Lade, John, grocer, app. to George 

Nicoles. 1 64 1. 
Lade, John, leatherseller, app. to John 

Wakefield. 17 19. 
Lade, John, of Folkestone, goldsmith, 

app. to IMichael Lade, of Cant. 1741. 
Lade, Lancelot, of Dover, goldsmith, app. 

to Michael Lade, of Cant. 1741- 
Laggett. James, upholster, app. to his 

father, James Laggett. 1705. 
Laidlay, John, cordwainer. 1753. 
Lake, Kendricke, plumber, app. to Nich- 
olas Justice. 1644. 
Lake, William, of Aylesford, tailor. 1767. 
Lamb, John, of St. Dunstan's in Kent, 

baker. 1761. 
Lamb, James, of Dover, upholder, i 774. 
Lambart, John, barber and perukemaker, 

app. to his father, Peter Lambart. 

1741. 
Lamberton, Peter, cordwainer. 1794. 



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OF CANTERBURY. 



210 



Lambin, Richnrd, of Shellness in Kent, 

carpenter, app. to William Bolting, 

of Cant. 1741- 
Lampard, Matthew, cordwainer, app. to 

Henry Lucas. 1700. 
Lance, William, baker, app. to Edward 

Haywiird. 1700. 
Landman, Edward, carpenter, app. to 

Henry Peerce. 1660. 
Landman, Richard, cordwainer, app. to 

Wilhamjull. 1682. 
Lanman, Thomas, carpenter, app. to his 

father, Edward Lanman. 1693. 
Lanman, Edward, carpenter, app. to his 

father, ?^dward Lanman. i6g6. 
Lanman, Thomas, silkweaver, app. to 

Henry Lewis. i6g8. 
Landman, Thomas, of St. Dunstan's, 

Cant., carpenter, app. to Edward 

Landman, of Cant. 1733. 
Lane(Laen), William, stationer, app. to 

Joseph Buckley. 1610. 
Lane, Richard, barber and periwig maker, 

app. to John Barham. 1705. 
Lane, William, of Dover, ironmonger, 

app. to his father, josiah Lane, of 

Cant. 1708. 
Lane, Richard, baker, app. lo William 

Francis. 1727. 
I^angden, Guy, grocer, app. to John 

Munn, Alderman. 1678. 
Langworth, John, millener, app. to John 

Kingsford. 1681. 
Lnnsell,John,nfFaversham, plumber. 1780. 
Latter, Edward, smith, aj)p. to Richard 

Beda. 16^3. 
Latter, George, butcher, app. to his 

father, John Latter. 1723. 
Latter, William, of Southward, butcher, 

app. to his father, John Latter, and 

John Bateman, of Cant. 1734. 
Lawes, Henry, vintner, app. to George 

Elvin, Alderman. 1621. 
Laurance, William, bricklayer, app. to 

Edward Bettes. 1652. 
Lawrance, Robert, bricklayer, app. to 

William Lawrance. 1675. 
Lawrence, Thomas, dyer and tripe maker. 

'774- 

Lawrence, James, stationer and book- 
seller. 1706. 

Lawson, Hammond, butcher. 1763. 

Lawson, John, patten maker. 1774. 

Lecluse, Peter, wool-comber, app. to 
Peter Pringuer. 1734. 

Ledger, John, cordwainer, app. to Matt- 
hew Lampard. 171 1. 

Ledger, George, of Dover, printer. 1 788. 



Lee, John, haberdasher, app. to George 

Clegat, Alderman. 1608. 
Lee, John, fellmonger, app. to his father, 

John Lee. 1633. 
Leedes, Noah, tailor, app. to Rowland 

Di.xson. 1622. 
Lees, Clough, chemist. 1793. 
Lefever, Thomas, of Dover, brazier, a 

Quaker, was affirmed. 1789. 
Le Froy." James, dyer, app. to Squire 

Beverton, Alderman. 1658. 
LefTroy, Israel, dyer, app. to his father, 

James Leffroy. 1677. 
Lefroy, Thomas, silk dyer, app. to his 

father, Israel Lefroy. 1704. 
Lefroy, James, silk dyer, app. to his 

father, Israel Lefroy. 1713. 
Leflroy, James, baker, app. to TJiomas 

Collar. 1740. 
Le Grand, George, surgeon. 1755. 
Legsby, John, carpenter, app. to John 

Terry. 1628. 
Lellesden, John, baker, app. to William 

Mount. lOqj. 
Leman, John, tailor, app. to Christopher 

Cussen. 1642. 
Leman, Philip, baker, app. to Eustace 

Amos and Hercules Hills. 1745. 
Leman. James, of London, staymaker. 1 754. 
Lepeine, W'illiam, miller, app. to Thomas 

Browning and Jane Goldfinch. 1722. 
Lepine, Samuel, silkweaver, app. to John 

Taylor. 1728. 
Lepine, Daniel, silkweaver, app. to his 

father, Daniel Lepine. 1734. 
Lepine, Francis Pierce, fellmonger and 

glover. 1773. 
Lepine, William, cordwainer. 1791. 
Le]iine, James, silkweaver. 1796. 
Le Plank, Charles, of Hythe, hairdresser. 

1800. 
Lightfoot (Lyghtfoote), Henry, woollen - 

draper, app. to John Pierce, draper. 

161 1 . 
Lilley, George, the younger, of London, 

wooUendraper. 1786. 
Linaker, Edward, of London, baker. 1761. 
Lindridge, James, bricklayer, app. to 

John Beane. 1734. 
Linton, Richard, turner. i8oo. 
Loftie,William,theyounger, surgeon. 1 758. 
London, John, grosser, app. to Christo- 
pher Brydge. 1604. 
London, Charles, carpenter, app. to 

Henry Perc:e. 1656. 
Long, George, carpenter, app. to John 

Grant. 1683. 

N 



211 



FREEMEN 



212 



Longbridge, John, basketmaker, app. to 

John Penibrooke. 173+. 
Longly, John, saddler, app. to Thomas 

Harnby, and turned over to Jacob 

Asshenden. 1623. 
Longley, Thomas, butcher, app. to his 

father, Benjamin Longley. 1708. 
Looke, William, joiner, app. to John 

Tucker. 1663. 
Looke, William, the younger, joiner, app. 

to William Looke, the elder. i68q. 
Lott, William, maltster, app. to John 

Lott. 1692. 
Lott, William, butcher. 1795. 
Love, John, cordwainer, app. to Thomas 

Everden. 1705. 
Lovelace, Leonard, wooUendraper, app. 

to William Whiting, Alderman. 1632. 
Lovell, Thomas, tailor, app. to Thomas 

Richardson. 161 5. 
Lovell, Richard, bricklayer, app. to 

Edward Betts. 1657. 
Lovell, Francis, bricklayer, app. to Paul 

Crippen. 1694. 
Lowdell, Sanders, of Faversham, hatter. 

1761. 
Lowe, Richard, mercer, app. to Adrian 

Nicolls, Alderman. 1585. 
Lowen, George, vintner. 1796. 
Lucas, John, cordwainer, app. to Christ- 
opher Stonehouse. 1674. 
Lucas, Henry, cordwainer, app. to Christ- 
opher Stonehouse. 16S7. 
Lucas, Daniel, smith, app. to James 

Harris. 1704. 
Lucas, Henry, cordwainer, app. to his 

father, Henry Lucas. 1704. 
Lucas, John, linnenweaver, app. to Isaac 

Collins. 1704. 
Lucas, John, carpenter, app. to Nathaniel 

Butler. 1709. 
Lucas, Samuel, linenweaver, app. to John 

Lucas. 1727. 
Lucas, William, of London, upholster, 

app. to Thomas Leggett, of Cant. 

1741. 
Luck, Thomas, baker, app. to Thomas 

Fowle. 1706. 
Luck, John, haberdasher of hats, app. to 

Thomas Kingsford. 1708. 
Luckett, Thomas, carpenter, app. to 

Matthew Browning. 1732. 
Lucklmrst, Thomas, draper and tailor. 

1798. 
Ludd, Randol, app. to William Wylken- 

son, glazier. 1577. 
Ludd, Randolph, ironmonger, app. to his 

father, John Ludd. 1709. 



Luddington, William, barber and peruke- 
maker, app. to Richard Love. 1744. 
Luddington, Joseph, the younger, baker, 

app. to Richard Lane. 1746. 
Lukine, John, barber-surgeon, app. to 

John Lun. 1663. 
Lunn, John, barber-surgeon, app. to 

Simon Tangett. 1623. 
Lyham, John, joiner, app. to Nicholas 

Catlet. 1734. 
Lyniall, Francis, musician, app. to William 

Inwood, late one of the waits of 

this city. 1635. 
Lineal, Thomas, app. to his father, 

Thomas Lineal. 1695. 
Lyon, Josiah, glazier and plumber. 1768. 
Maddox, William, of London, carpenter- 

1761. 
I\Iajor, William, of Folkestone, grocer 

and tallowchandler. 1795. 
INIallyson, Thomas, tailor, app. to John 

Rawly n. 1575. 
Man, Edmund, jomer, app. to Richard 

iMitchener. 1662. 
Man, Peter, turner, app. to Abraham 

.Smith. 1693. 
Mantle, John, mercer, app. to Gabriel 

Richardes. 1630. 
I\Iaple, Thomas, tailor, app. to John 

Busk. 1655. 
]\Iaplisden, Francis, chandler, app. to 

James Glover, grocer. 1624. 
IMaplisden, Walter, grocer, app. to his 

father, Francis IMaplisden. 1651. 
IMarlyn, John, shoemaker, was admitted 

& sworne to y= libties of y^ citte, 

ffor y'' whitche he pd but iiijs jd 

becaws he was inrowlj'd w'thyn y^ 

citte acordyng to y<= cvstomes off y'' 

saeme. 1564. 
.Marrable, John, baker, app. to Peter 

Ford. 162 1. 
Marrable, Thomas, bricklayer, app. to his 

father, Richard Alarrable. 1677. 
Marrable, John, gardener, app. to Richard 

Barham. 1705. 
Marrable, John, bookbinder and stationer. 

'77+- 

Marsh, John, joiner, app. to John 
Mitchener. 1663. 

Marsh, Vincent, grocer, app. to George 
Jennings. 1667. 

Marsh, Thomas, plumber, app. to John 
Jagger. 1753- 

Marsh, Thomas, of Sandwich, patten- 
maker. 1768. 

Marsh, Thomas, of Chatham, glover. 
'774- 



213 



OF CANTERBURY. 



214 



Marsh, John, of Slurry, joiner. 1784. 
!\Iarshall, Richard, felhnonger, app. to 

Thomas Dixon. 1652. 
Marsham, WilHam, collarmaker, app. to 

his father, Peter IMarsham. 1688. 
Martyn, Elnas {?), shoemaker, app. to 

John iMarloe. 1583. 
Martin, Richard, carpenter, app. to Paul 

Hubberd. 1674. 
I\Iartin, Edward, butcher, app. to John 

Chandler. 1687. 
Martin, William, cordwainer. 1758. 
Martin, George, of Hackney, Middlesex, 

cordwainer. 1768. 
Martin, John, cordwainer. 1795. 
Martin, John, of Shoreham, draper and 

tailor. 1796. 
Mascall, Robert, of Ashford, grocer, app. 

to Matthias Gray, late Alderman of 

Cant. 1 7 10. 
Masdaie, Christopher, woollendraper, 

app. to John Peers, Alderman. 1622. 
Master, James, woollendraper, app. to 

Henry Francklyn. ibob. 
Masters, George, grocer, app. to Simon 

Brome, Alderman. 1588. 
i\Iather, Thomas, tailor, app, to William 

Gibbon. 1667. 
Mather, John, cordwainer. 1758. 
Mathers, William, cordwainer. 1785. 
Matson, Thomas, cordwainer, app. to his 

father, Thomas Matson. 171b. 
Mathewe, Thomas, joiner, app. to Joyce 

Harrys, i 61 1. 
Malhewes, John, vintner, app. to Christ- 
opher Baldwyn and Robert Turner. 

164b. 
Maithewes, Stephen, i)avior, app. to his 

father, John Matthewes. ib8i. 
Matthews, Thomas, perukemaker. 1759. 
INIattingley, William, joiner, app. to John 

Bi.x. 1680. 
Maxted, John, mason, app. to iMatthew 

Elliot. 1742. 
May, Richard, app. to Tliomas Lambe, 

glover. 1577. 
Maye, Paul, vintner, app. to Charles 

Wheatnall, Alderman. 16 15. 
May, George, tailor, app. to John Oxen- 
bridge. 1639. 
May, Thomas, linendraper, a[>p. to his 

father, Thomas May. 1 704. 
Mayo, )ohn, app. to John Ditle, grocer. 

1586. 
Mayse, John, app. to George Cotton, 

silkweaver. 1583. 
Meade, George, app. toThotnasGonerley, 

mercer. 1593. 



Mead, John, butcher, app. to William 

Sanders. t&73. 
Mead, James, butcher. 1774- 
Mead, John, of Faversham, baker. 1780. 
Mead, Smith, butcher. 1784. 
Mercer, John Smith, of London, tallow- 
chandler and grocer. 1782. 
Meryam, John, app. to Edward Robertes, 

mercer. 1594. 
Michel], Nicholas, app. to Stephen Whyte, 

ironmonger. 1583. 
Middleton, Isaac, of Wickham, cord- 
wainer, app. to John Raylston, of 

Cant. 1 7 14. 
Mildmay, John, app. in art of grocer. 

1509. 
Miles (IMyles), Richard, app. to Robert 

Swanton, shoemaker. 1578. 
Myles, William, grocer, app. to Robert 

Bridge. 158b. 
Miles, Robert, cordyner, app. to Robert 

Bond. 1622. 
Miels (Miles in margin), John, bricklayer. 

app. to Robert Flatman. i68g. 
Milleman, Aaron, tailor, app. to John 

Young. 1702. 
Miller, John, saddler, app. to George 

Cheever. 1744. 
Millisent, Raymond, glazier, app. to John 

Smyth. 1683. 
Millesent, Thomas, glazier, ap]i. to 

Thomas Railton. 1700. 
Milles, John, millener, app. to Thomas 

Fidge. 1633. 
Mills, William, of Margate, butcher, app. 

to his father, Thomas Mills, of Cant. 

1741. 
Milles, William, cordwainer. 1800. 
INIdton, Joseph, of Folkestone, tailor. 

.783. 
Mihvard, James, app. to John Milward, 

late Keeper of Westgate Gaol. 1 683. 
Minot, Andrew, cordwainer. 1788. 
Minter, John, glover and breechesmaker. 

1767. 
Minter, Jolin, smith. 17O8. 
Minter, Charles, smith. 1774. 
Minter, Henry, of Edmonton, Middlesex, 

baker. 1774- 
Minter, Edward, the younger, smith. 1777. 
Minter, George, wheelwright and coach- 
maker. 1782. 
Minter, Henry, of Faversham, cabinet 

maker. 1783. 
Minter, Benjamin, smith. 1789. 
]\Iitchelboorne, William, cooper, app. to 

John Barton. 1695. 



215 



FREEMEN 



216 



Rlitchelbourne, William, tailor, app. to 
Edu-ard Morgan and Robert Railton. 



1721. 



to 



to 
16+5. 
app. to 
1674. 
app. to 



to Mr. 
app. to 
his 



his 



John 



Moate (Mote), James, tailor, app, 

James Parker. 1660. 
Moate, John, cooper, app. to John Bar 

ton. 1682. 
Mocket, Richard, joiner, app. 

John Bix, Alderman. 1674, 
Mocket, Alexander, cordwainer, 

Maithew Stiles. 1677. 
Mond, Walter, clothier, app. 

father, Walter Mond. 
Mond, Joseph, clothier. 

father, Walter Mond. 
Mond, William, grocer, 

Browning. 1674. 
Mond, John, cordwainer, app. to Daniel 

Ellis. 1680. 
Mond, Edward, cordwainer, app. to 

Edward Christian. 1681. 
Mond, Walter, of Sturry, sadtller. 1796. 
Monday, Robert, barber-surgeon, app. 

to John Lunne. 1654. 
Monrow, Major, cordwainer. 1761. 
Moone, Thomas, cloth worker,app.toSimon 

Beverton. 1631. 
Moone, John, turner, app. to John 

Williams. 1704. 
Moone, Charles, basketmaker, app. to 

John Pembroke. 1719. 
Moore, John, cordwainer, app. to Corne- 
lius Kennett. 1621. 
Moor, John, of Sittingbourne, cooper, 

app. to John Holness, of Cant. 1747. 
Moore, Joseph, smith. 1789. 
Morgan, Edward, tailor, a])p. to Thomas 

Buckley. 1710. 
Morris, John, cordwainer. 1800. 
Moss, Isaac, the younger, of London, 

tailor. 1 76 1. 
Moss, William, of Dover, perukemaker. 

1789. 
Mount, Peter, carpenter, app. to Edward 

Bullock. 1 68 1. 
Mount, W'illiam, baker, app. to Paul 

Frid. 1681. 
Mount, Richard, barber and peruke- 
maker, app. to Thomas Parker. J 741 . 
Mount, John, collarmaker. 1759. 
Mount, William, butcher. 1779. 
Moys, Henry, of Sturry, cordwainer, app. 

to Edmund Maplesden, late of this 

city. 1704. 
Moyses, Walter, vintner, app. to George 

Elven, Alderman. 161 1. 
Mummery, Steplien, cordwainer. 1767. 
Mummery, William, cordwainer. 1767. 



Mummery, John Mockett, of Margate, 

gent. 1789. 
Muddleton, Thomas, app. to Thomas 

Wod, musicianer. 1573. 
Munn, John, barber-surgeon, app. to 

John Andrews. 1687. 
Munns, John, tailor, app. to Thomas 

Simpson. 1661. 
Munns. John, tanner, app. to Peter 

Waite. 1704. 
Murrey, Thomas, cordwainer, app. to 

Henry Bond. 1657. 
Murton, John, tailor, app. to John Rose, 

Alderman. 1584. 
Mussered, John, brewer, app. to Thomas 

Best. 1682. 
Myhill(Mihill), Richard, cordwainer, apj). 

to Henry Hales. 1664. 
Myliill, William, bricklayer, app. to John 

Flatman. 1702. 
Myhill, Henry, bricklayer, app. to Robert 

Flatman. 1704. 
Nashe, Timothy, joiner, app. to Simon 

Cooper. 1620. 
Nash, Thomas, joiner, app. to George 

Vandepeere. 1651. 
Nayer, William, goldsmith, app. to his 

father, William Nayer. 1679. 
Neame, John, baker, app. to Joseph 

Rigden. 1739. 
Neans, William, cordwainer, app. to 

Edward Bullock. 1673. 
Neate, William, cordwainer, app. to 

Henry Rogers and Thomas Parker. 

'7'4- 

Nethersole, John, millener, app. to Sand- 
ford Branker and Thomas Fidge. 1 66 1 . 

Nethersole, Henry, of Dover, baker, app. 
to Batchelder Stringer, of Cant. 1733. 

Nethersole, William, of London, tallow- 
chandler. 1761. 

Newman, John, grocer, app. to John 
Simpson. 1657. 

Newman, Roger, apothecary, app. to 
Israel Jacob. 1662. 

Newman, John, blacksmith, app. to John 
Goldhatch. 1672. 

Newton, David, app. to Robert Pender, 
cutler. 1579. 

Newton, James, baker, app. to William 
Amyas. 1582. 

Newton, James, of Lydd, tailor. 1790. 

Newyngton, Robert, app. to Sampson 
Dodd, linen draper. 1578. 

NichoUs (Nicolles), Henry, tailor, app. 
to William Brockhurst. 1642. 

Nicolls, Josias, grocer, app. to James 
Glover, grocer and chandler. 1643. 



217 



OF CANTERBURY. 



218 



Nicholls, Samuel, carpenter, app. to ' 
Daniel Riggesby. 1657. 

Nicholls, Mark, bricklayer, app. to John 
Barrett. 1662. 

Nickalls, Daniel, tailor, app. to James 
Newton. 1697. 

Nickolls, Thomas, pipemaker, app. to 
Robert Hornsby. 17 14. 

Nickalls, Daniel, of St. John, in Thanet, 
breechesmaker. 1761. 

Nicholson, Edward, tailor, app. to his 
father. 1581. 

Nicholson, Thomas, herapdresser, app. 
to his father,Thomas Nicholson. 1691. 

Nicholson, Nicholas, barber, app. to 
Richard Love. 17.39. 

Noble, Robert, cordwainer, app. to Jona- 
than Stiles. 1670. 

Noble, Thomas, cordwainer, app. to 
Robert Noble. 1691. 

Noble, Charles, butcher. 1790. 

Nolloth, John, hatter. 1759. 

Norrington, Michael, baker, app. to 
William Estes. 1697. 

Norrington, John, cordwainer, app. to 
Peter Johnson. 1700. 

Norton, John, bricklayer, app. to Christ- 
opher Simpson. 1705. 

Norwood, Paul, joiner, app. to John Bi.x 
and Giles Barham. 1675. 

Norwood, John, baker, app. to Stephen 
Pilcher. 1753. 

Norwood, Thomas, baker. 1757. 

Nosseter, Timothy, brazier, app. to Sam- 
uel Fly. 1699. 

Nower, Thomas, app. to John Wylson, 
saddler. 1575. 

Nower, James, app. to Edmond Nichol- 
son, tailor. 1583. 

Nower, Roger, cutler, app. to Peter 
Browne. 1585. 

Nunn, Robert, of London, grocer. 1761. 

Nutbrowne, William, gunsmith, app. to 
Edward Barret. 1655. 

Nutt, John, girdler, app. to Thomas 
Staples. 1662. 

Nutt, John, pattenmaker, app. to Edward 
Marsaile. 1753. 

Oakenfull, Thomas, of London, cooper. 
1774- 

Oakenfull, William, of Margate, cord- 
wainer. 1789. 

Oakley (Okeley), Thomas, bricklayer, app. 
to Adrian Flecton. 1607. 

Oakley, John, the younger, bricklayer, 
s. and app. of John Oakley, the 
elder. 1667. 



Oakeshott, Edward, cordwainer, app. to 

Edmund Maplisden. 1681. 
Ockman, Thomas, grocer, app. to John 

Simpson. 1635. 
Oldfield, John, maltster, s. and app. to 

John Oldfield. 1698. 
Oldfield, Thomas, of Faversham, brazier. 

1767. 
Oliver. William, of S. Dunstan's, Cant., 

tailor, app. to Robert Jenkinson. 

165.V 
Oliver, George, of St. Dunstan's Cant., 

tailor, app. to [blank]. 1665. 
Oliver, John, tailor, s. and app. of George 

Oliver. 1687. 
Oliver, Richard, of Sandwich, grocer, 

app. to Edward Philpot, of Cant. 

1727. 
Oseborne, John, tailor, app. to Clement 

Bright. 1591. 
Osborne, John, tailor, app. to Thomas 

Farrar. 1622. 
Ottaway, John, bather, app. to Richard 

Love. 1726. 
Oughton, Anthony, apothecary, app. to 

Israel Jacob. 1687. 
O-Kcenbridge, John, tailor, app. to John 

Cartrwritt. 161 6. 
O.xynbregge, Jerome, grocer, app. to 

William Rutlond. 1520. 
Packe, Richard, app. to John Osborne, 

tailor. 161 1. 
Pack, John, baker, app. to Valentine 

Cantis. 1752. 
Packman, Charles, tallowchandler and 

grocer. 1782. 
Packman, William, carpenter. iSoo. 
Pacye, Henry, barber, app. to Christopher 

Elvshe. i6og. 
Page, William, smith, app. to his father, 

William Page. 1646. 
Page, John, cordwainer, app. to John 

Hi.x. 1684. 
Page, Charles, blacksmith, app. to his 

father, Steplien Page. 1688. 
Page, Charles, Junior, cordwainer, app. 

to Stephen Page. 1722. 
Page, Paul, bricklayer. 1775. 
Page, William, bricklaj-er. 1779. 
Paine, Robert, baker, ajip. to Stephen 

.Strong. 1673. 
Paine, Jeremiah, lathcleaver, ajip. to 

Jeremiah Paine. 1708. 
Pain, William, of Sandwich, breeches- 
maker. 1762. 
Palmer, John, upholsterer. 1796. 
Paren, Isaac, victualler, app. to his father, 

Abraham Paren. 1722. 



219 



FREEMEN 



220 



Paren, Abraham, tailor, app. to John 

Pickring. 1727- 
Paren, Benjamin, glazier, app. to Richard 

Staines. 1728. 
Paren, Josepli, wheelwright. 1790. 
Paris, John, victualler, app. to James 

Hutt, Thomas Pittington and Rich- 
ard Gibbs. 1726. 
Parke, Stephen, cordwainer, app. to 

Stephen Giles, and after his death 

to Roger Giles, s. of Stephen Giles. 

1630. 
Parker, James, woollendraper, app. to 

John Keyes. 1606. 
Parker, John, tailor, app. to Jeremy 

Smyth. 162 1. 
Parker, James, tailor, app. to Richard 

Packe. 1639. 
Parker, John, blacksmith, app. to John 

Coveny. 1663. 
Parker, John, tallow chandler, app. to 

Thomas Jennings. 1672. 
Parker, William, cooper, app. to William 

Jeofforie. 1674. 
Parker, William, woolcomber, app. to his 

father, John Parker. 1685. 
Parker, Paul, tobacco pipe maker, app. 

to Nathaniel Herringe. 1698. 
Parker, George, of Northfleet, gardener, 

app. to John Phillips, of Cant. 1710. 
Parker, John, carpenter, app. to Alderman 

Dotting. 171 1. 
Parker, William, tailor, app. to Thomas 

Paine and [blank] Watson. 171+. 
Parker, Thomas, barber, app. to George 

Kidder. 171 7. 
Parker, Henry, upholster, app. to James 

Leggett. 1720. 
Parker, Adam, of .Sheerness, carpenter, 

app. to Edward Landman, of Cant. 

1722. 
Parker, William, barber, app. to his 

father, Thomas Parker. 1744.. 
Parker, James, of Sandwich, cordwainer, 

app. to Thomas Parker, of Cant. 1747. 
Parker, Thomas, goldsmith, app. to 

Michael Lade. 1751. 
Parker, Paul, pipemaker. 1754. 
Parker, John, barber. 1760. 
Parker,Edward,ofSturry, cordwainer. 1768. 
Parker, Jolin, of Deal, cabinetmaker. 1800. 
Parkinson, Richard, painter stainer, app. 

to his father, John Parkinson. 1681. 
Parks, John, brazier, app. to Timothy 

Rosseter. 1713. 
Parsons, Edward, butcher, app. toThomas 

Chandler. i68s. 



Pashly, Thomas, haberdasher, app. to 

Thomas Pordage. 161 2. 
Pashley, John, tailor, app. to William 

Cheese. 1620. 
Patridge, John, currier, app. to Thomas 

Young, 1702. 
Patteson, William, the younger, glover. 

'753- 
Pattson, Gilbert, woollendraper, app. to 

John Murton. 1599. 
Paul, John, baker, app. to Thomas Fowl. 

1691. 
Pawson, John, barber, app. to George 

Kidder. 1734. 
Pawson, Luke, carpenter, app. to Mat- 
thew Browning. 1741. 
Pearch, Thomas, the younger, tailor, app. 

to Thomas Pearch. 1697. 
Pearch, George, tailor, app. to his father, 

Thomas Pearch. 1702. 
Pearson, John, of Chatham, tailor, app. 

to Richard Kippen, of Cant. 1742. 
Peene, Henry, cordwainer, app. to Henry 

Rogers. 1680. 
Peers, Norton, woollendraper, app. to 

John Peers. 1622. 
Pemble, Richard, of Wingham, barber, 

app. to Thomas Claringbold, of 

Cant. 1741. 
Pembrooke, John, turner, app. to his 

father, Richard Pembrooke. 1687. 
Pembrooke, Richard, the younger, turner, 

app. to Richard Pembrooke, the 

elder. 1687. 
Pembrook, Richard, turner, app. to his 

father, John Pembrook. 17 10. 
Penn, Philip, tailor, app. to Edward 

Hoare. 1724. 
Penn, John, baker. 1754. 
Penn, William, carpenter. 1760. 
Penn, George, barber. 1770, 
Penn, Benjamin, of Dover, pattenmaker. 

1791. 
Penny, Edward, vintner, app. to Henry 

Becraft. 1641. 
Pepper, Peter, tanner, app. to Peter 

Waite. 1705. 
Perkins, Thomas, bricklayer, app. to 

John Castle. 1696. 
Perkins, Francis, carpenter, app. to 

Alderman Botting. 1726. 
Perry, Stephen, cordwainer, app. to 

Thomas Chapman. 1649. 
Perry, Daniel, currier, app. to Stephen 

Perry, cordwainer. 1657. 
Pett, John, of Blean, bricklayer, app. to 
Paul Wiggans, of Cant. 1708. 



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OF CANTERBURY. 



222 



Pet, Henry, of Wye, baker, app. to 
Edward Hayward, of Cant. 173+. 

Peters, John, butcher, app. to Hunt 

Chandler. 17 14. 
Petley, Thomas, of Ash-next-Sandwich, 
cordwainer, app. to John Hales, late 
of this city. 1704. 

Petley, William, tallowchandler. 1770. 

Petman, Robert, of Westgate, tanner, 
app. to his father, John Petman. 1 708. 

Petman, George, carpenter, app. to Ald- 
erman William Botting. 1717. 

Petman, Charles, of London, gent, app. 
to his father, Charles Petman, and 
Elizabeth Cole, of Cant., victuallers. 
1727. 

Petman, William, of Whitstable, brick- 
layer, app. to Philip Greedhurst and 
Edward Vittal, of Cant. 1734. 

Petman, John, bricklayer, app. to Robert 
Miles. 1749. 

Petman, Richard, bricklayer. 17S0. 

Pettit, Paul, mercer, app. to Cheyney 
Eborne. 1627. 

Pettit, James, baker, app. to Robert 
Paine. 1705. 

Pettitt, Thomas, the younger, silkweaver. 
1784. 

Phene, Samuel, glover, app. to Joseph 
Holness. 1746. 

Phene, William, butcher. 1754. 

Philco.x, John, heelmaker, app. to his 
father, John Philco.x. 1637. 

Philkyns, Philip, saddler, app. to Christ- 
opher Lowes and served out his time 
with Leonard Asshenden. 161 8. 

Phillypps, John, cowper, app. to Nicholas 
Best. 1613. 

Phillips, John, collarmaker, app. to John 
Tucker. 1675. 

Phillips, John, smith, app. to John Ham- 
brooke. 1692. 

Phillips, Thomas, victualler, app. to his 
father, Thomas Phillips. 1697. 

Phillips, John, carpenter, app. to Samuel 
George and Thomas Samen. 1722. 

Phillips, William, of Deal, carpenter, app. 
to Robert Jagger, of Cant. 1727. 

Phillips, Thomas, of Rochester, carpen- 
ter, app. to John Buckwell, of Cant. 
1741. 

Phillpott, Richard, app. to William Avery 
(or Overy). 161 8. 

Philpot, John, cordwainer, app. to John 
Page. 1697. 

Philpot, Edward, grocer, app. to William 
Beverton. 1716. 

Philpot, Stephen, of Dover, baker. 1774. 



Philpott, John, the younger, cordwainer. 
1789. 

Philpot, Edward, saddler. 1795. 

Philpott, Stephen, upholsterer. 1797. See 
Filpot, 

Picard, Valentine, painter and peruke- 
maker, app. to his father John Picard. 

'747- 
Picard, Benjamin, bricklayer. 1774. 
Pickering, Richard, barber-surgeon, app. 

to his father, Richard Pickering. 1 67 1 . 
Pickering, George, barber-surgeon, app. 

to his father, Richard Pickering. 1677. 
Picket, William, cordwainer, app. to John 

Sayers. 1734. 
Pickly, Daniel, cooper, app. to John 

.Studham. i6go. 
Piddock, Richard, of Nackington, tinman 

and brazier. 1 774. 
Piddock, Henry, joiner. 1781. 
Pierce, John, grocer, app. to Thomas 

Jennings. 1676. 
Peirce, William, barber, app. to Thomas 

Colfe. 1693. 
Peirce, Thomas, barber, app. to Francis 

Hearne. 1707. 
Pearse, George, of St. Dunstan's, Cant., 

cordwainer, app. to Richard Horns- 
bey. 1722. 
Peirce, John, surgeon. 1770. 



Pierce, John, glover. 1773. 



1789. 



Andrew 
to his 



John 



Peirce, Thomas, tinplate worker. 

Peirce, John, tailor. 1791. 

Pearce, William, of Deal, bricklayer. 1795. 

Pilcher, John, barber-surgeon, app. to 
John Lunn. 1661. 

Pilcher. Stephen, baker, app. to 
Johnson. 1708. 

Pilcher, Jesse, cordwainer, app. 
father, John Pilcher. 1735. 

Pilcher, John, baker, app. to 
Underdown. 1752. 

Pilcher, Henry, of Littlebourne, cord- 
wainer. 1 76 1. 

Pilcher, William, of St. Dunstan's in 
Kent, bricklayer. 1761. 

Pilon, William silkweaver, app. to his 
father, Nicholas Pilon. 1726. 

Pillow, James, saddler. 1773. 

Pillow, Edward, tailor. 1781. 

Plank, Richard, turner. 1793. 

Piatt, Robert, innholder, ajip. to Edward 
Wheatstone. 1687. 

Plumley, William, baker. 1762. 

Plummer, William, fletcher, app. to Will- 
iam Barlowe. 1591 . 

Plomer, Francis, apothecary, app. to 
Avery Hills. 1658. 



223 



FREEMEN 



224 



Plummer, Samuel, barber, app. to Jere- 
miah Smith. 1733. 

Plommer, Daniel, of Faversham, tallow- 
chandler. '780. 

Pollett, Wade Reynolds, of St. Mary in 
the Marsh, printer. 1788. 

Pollock, George, grocer, app. to Richard 
Pembrooke. 1730. 

Pope, John, vintner, app. to John Wilk- 
inson and Richard Iddenden, inn- ^ 
holders. 1670. 

Pope, Isaac, bricklayer, app. to William 
Vittall. 1700. 

Pope, Adam, tailor, app. to Edward 1 
Elphick. 17+7. j 

Pope, Isaac, tailor. 1760. | 

Porte, Thomas, tailor, app. to John 
Bro.xbey. 1631. 

Porter, Thomas, wheelwright. 1763. 

Potvine, John, the younger, cordwainer. 
1778". 

Poullee, Matthew, pipemaker, app. to 
Nathaniel Herring. 171+- 

Pound, George, tailor. 1783. 

Pout, James, woollendraper, app. to 
Thomas Jenkin. 1676. 

Pout, William, upholder. 1760. 

Powell, John, collarmaker, app. to Will- 
iam Hocker. 1638. 

Powell, Thomas, butcher, son and app. 
of Thomas Powell. 1687. 

Powell, John, barber, app. to Stephen 
Buckhirst. 1717. 

Powell, George, of Sandwich, carpenter. 
1784. 

Preble, Robert, turner, app. to John 
Denn. 1710. 

Preston, Thomas, grocer, app. to Thomas 
Jennings. 1657. 

Prett, Thomas, collarmaker, app. to 
William Rustall. 1679. 

Prett, Thomas, joiner, app. to Abraham 
Goldsbury. ibSi. 

Prett, Abraham, tailor, app. to Richard 
Simpson. 1683. 

Prett, Walter, cordwainer. 1753. 

Prettyman, John, of Ashford, cordwainer, 
app. to his father, John Prettyman, 
of Cant. 1722. 

Pringle, John, baker, app. to Adam Fowl. 
1690. 

Pringuer, Isaac, the younger, woolcomb- 

er. 1755- 

Pritcher, William, cooper, app. to Edward 
Fan. 1642. 

Prowde, Richard, saddler, app. to Bar- 
tholomew Samson. 158S. 

Purdey, William, of London, saddler. 1754. 



Pyke, Henry, cutler, app. to Roger New- 
er.^ 1596. 
Pym. William, brewer. 1757. 
Pysing (Pisinge), Henry, needlemaker, 

app. to Francis Hayne. 1620. 
Rising, Jonas, cordwainer, app. to Roger 

Dickenson. 1630. 
Rising, William, woollendraper, app. to 

William Turner. 1663. 
Pysing, William, the younger, woollen- 
draper, app. to William Pysing. 1 687. 
Pysing, William, collarmaker, app. to 

Edward Eastman. 1089. 
Pysing, John, cordwainer, app. to John 

Sayer. 1750. 
Quaif,John,theyounger, apothecary. 1773. 
Quested, Joseph, butcher, app. to William 

Ginder. 1734. 
Quested, Joseph, of Hythe, cooper. 1 768. 
Quested, Ralph, of Hythe, cooper. 1796. 
Quested, Richard,of Dover, cooper. 1796. 
Rade, William, vintner, app. to William 

Jorden, gent. 1753. 
Radford, Thomas, butcher, app. to John 

.Smith. i6g8. 
Railston, John, cordwainer, app. to 

Henry Hales. 1671. 
Raisell, William, bodicemaker, app. to 

John Burnby. 17 19. 
Ralph, Stephen, of Sandwich, tinplate- 

worker. 1796. 
Rammell, John, baker. 1760. 
Ramsden, Webb, grocer, app. to John 

Parker. ,1713. 
Randall, William, printer, app. to James 

Abree. 1741. 
Randall, John, of Southwark, baker. 

1761. 
Randall, Henry, cordwainer. 1769. 
Ransher, Matthew, cordwainer, app. to 

Michael Heyward. 1687. 
RatclifF, William, butcher, app. to his 

father, William RatclifT. 1683. 
Ratcliff, John, tailor. 1789. 
Rattrey, John, of Sheerness, baker. 1796. 
Rawlinge, James, barber, app. to Thomas 

Colfe. 1722. 
Rawlings, John, victualler, app. to Tho- 
mas Foster. 1664. 
Rawlings, Joseph, tailor, app. to William 

Buckhurst. 1665. 
Raworth, Henry, apothecary, app. to 

Joseph Colfe. 1627. 
Ray, William, carpenter, app. to Edward 

Bullocke. 1664. 
Raylton, John, cordwainer, app. to his 

father, John Raylton. 1691. 



225 



OF CANTERBURY. 



226 



Rayner, Nicholas, butcher, app. to Will- 
iam Ratcliff. 1734. 

Rayner, William, saddler, app. to William 
Kay. 1 744.. 

Rayner, Thomas, of London, joiner. / 784. 

Rayston, William, currier, app. to Tho- 
mas Younge. 1695. .S'(v Railston. 

Read, Francis, cordvvainer, app. to Tho- 
mas Barnsdale. 1665. 

Read, Richard, carpenter, app. to Edward 
Dale. 1676. 

Read, Augustine, bricklayer, app. to 
Mark Nicholls. 1677. 

Read, Thomas, silkweaver, app. to his 
father, Laurance Read, maltster. 1 700. 

Read, Richard, of Dover, mariner, app. 
to his father, Thomas Read, of 
Cant., victualler. 17 14. 

Read, Thomas, cordwainer, app. to 
[blank] Sayer. 17 15. 

Read, John, cooper, app. to his father, 
John Read. 1733. 

Read, Edward, of Dover, barber, app. to 
John Powell, of Cant. 1741. 

Reader, Hewyah, tailor, app. to Samuel 
Ferryer. 1605. 

Reader, Thomas, mercer, app. to Adrian 
Nycols and John Stransham. 1650. 

Reason, Thomas, of Chatham, upholder. 
1784. 

Redwood, Christopher, tailor, app. to 
Abraham Clarck. 1590. 

Redwood, William, cordwainer, app. to 
John Teny and Philip Bisher. 1712. 

Redwood, Richard, baker, app. to Valen- 
tine Cantis. 1727. 

Reeve (Reave), Thomas, timberman, app. 
to Robert Berry. 161 7. 

Reeve, William, the younger, butcher, 
app. tohisfather, William Reeve. 1630. 

Rew, James, of Ashford, whitesmith. 1768. 

Reynolds (Raynoldes), William, woollen- 
draper, app. to John Ladd, Alderman. 
1631. 

Reynolds, William, grocer, app. to Henry 
Chapman. 1680. 

Reynolds, William, baker, app. to Richard 
Austen. 1709. 

Reynolds, William, carpenter, app. to 
[blank] Starke. 171 1. 

Reynolds, Maxted, carpenter, app. to 
Thomas Salmon. 1741. 

Reynolds, William, of Dover, woollen- 
draper. 1774. 

Reynolds, Thomas, of Faversham, bree- 
chesmaker. 1783. 



Richardes, Gabriel, stationer, app. to 

Joseph Buckley, stationer and haber- 
dasher. 1617. 
Richardes, David, gunsmith, app. to 

Edward Barrett. 1634. 
Richards, Stephen, woollendraper. 1764. 
Richardson, Charles, millener, app. to 

iMr. Thomas Fidge. ifa77. 
Richardson, John, linenweaver, app. to 

Thomas Atwell. 1 68 i . 
Richardson, John, threadtwister, app. to 

Thomas Lane. 1691. 
Richings, William, wheelwright. 1760. 
Riikson, Michael, grocer, app. to .\bra- 

ham Willesden. 1727. 
Ridout, James, grocer and lallowchandler. 

1787. 
Ridout, Thomas, the younger, of Heme, 

surgeon. 1790. 
Rigden, William, collarmaker, app. to 

Peter Marshman. 1680. 
Rigden, William, baker, app. to John 

Fowl and Thomas Fowl. 1680. 
Rigden, William, joiner, app. to Thomas 

Cliflbrd. 1696. 
Rigden, Joseph, baker, app. to William 

Rigden. 1698. 
Rigden, Jeremiah, carpenter, app. to 

John Gray. 1703. 
Rigden, Robert, maltster, app. to John 

Rigden. 1708. 
Rigden, William, carpenter, app. to 

Edward Landman, Junior. 1708. 
Rigden, William, brewer, app. to his 

father, John Rigden. 1723. 
Rigden, Thomas, malister, app. to his 

father, John Rigden. 1727. 
Rigden, Edward, of Faversham, maltster, 

app. to his father, John Rigden, of 

Cant. 1 74 1. 
Rigden, Edward, of Wingham, baker. 

app. to Stephen Pilcher, of Cant. 1741. 
Rigden, Brnjamin, maltster, app. to his 

father, John Rigden. 1747. 
Rigesby, Daniel, carpenter, app. to his 

father, Hugh Rigesby. 1631. 
Riggesby, John, carpenter, app. to Daniel 

RiKgcsbv.^ 16+4. 
Riquebourg, Edward, of Ospringe, car- 
penter. 1795. 
Robbins, Edward, vintner, app. to Richard 

Lockley, Alderman. 1626. 
Roberts, Edward, late servant to Randoll 

Tatnall, grocer. 1573. 
Robertes, William, mercer, app. to Mar- 
garet Webbe. 1575. 
Robertes, Henry, tailor, app. to Gilbert 

Patteson. i5n. 



227 



FREEMEN 



228 



Robertes, John, woollendraper, app. to 

Robert Wyn. 1612. 
Robertes, Thomas, baker, app. to Thomas 

Beeson. 1652. 
Roberts, William, cordwainer, app. to 

Daniel Ellis, the younger. 1668. 
Robinson, George, heelmakcr, app. to 

John Philcox. 1644.. 
Robinson, John, vintner, app. to John 

Robinson, the elder, Alderman. 1 748. 
Rop-ers, Edward, app. to Clement Bryght, 

tailor. 1 610. 
Rogers, Henry, cordwainer, app. to John 

Millener. 1649. 
Rogers, Henry, cordwainer, app. to 

Peter Johnson. 1668. 
Rogers, Henry, tailor, app. to Wiliam 

Gibbon. 1671. 
Rogers, John, wheelwright, app. to his 

father, Henry Rogers. 1681. 
Rogers, Henry, wheelwright, app. to his 

father, Henry Rogers. 1688. 
Rogers, Thomas, of Gravesend, plumber. 

1761. 
Rolph, John, bricklayer, app. to his 

father, Edward Rolph. 1672. 
Rolfe, Edward, bricklayer, app. to his 

father, Edward Rolfe. 1679- 
Rolfe, Edward, bricklayer, app. to his 

father, Edward Rolfe. 1700. 
Rolfe, Thomas, cordwainer, app. to John 

Prettiman. 1700. 
Rolfe, Thomas, collarmaker, app. to 

Thomas Taylor. 1705. 
Rooftbett, James, joiner, app. to George 

Moore. 1610. 
Rooke, Edward, saddlet, app. to John 

MuUington. 1698. 
Rooke, Stephen, carpenter, app. to 

William Cooke. 1700. 
Rook, Charles, butcher. 1794. 
Rookes, Anthony, butcher, app. to Samuel 

Williams. 1683. 
Rose, Ambrose, woollendraper, app. to 

Vincent Cartwrith and John Cosmer, 

widower. 1628. 
Rose, Ambrose, turner, apj). to John 

Denn. 16187. 
Rose, Stephen, of Aylesford, tailor. 1796. 
Rouse, John, baker, app. to Mr. [blank] 

Gilbert. 1692. 
Rouse, Nicholas, tailor, app. to Edward 

Wall. 1695. 
Rouse, Thomas, Junior, salesman, app. 

to Thomas Rouse, Senior. 1720. 
Rouse, Richard, of Ulcombe, basket- 
maker. 1 76 1. 



Row, Elias, turner and basketmaker, app. 

to John Pcmbrooke. 1715. 
Row, John, of Margate, tailor and draper. 

1768. 
Rowell, Gilbert, tailor, app. to Nicholas 

Colbrand. 1606. 
Rowland, Emuell, bricklayer, app. to Paul 

Wiggen. 1638. 
Royce, John, of Christ Church, Cant., 

silkweaver. 1774. 
Royle, Joseph, the younger, distiller. 

178.. 
Ruck, Richard, grocer, app. to Edward 

Harnett. 17 14. 
Ruck, WilHani, tallowchandler, app. to 

John Johnson. 1744. 
Ruffin, William Lovel, of Chatham, 

surgeon. 1790. 
Rufford, Nicholas, bricklayer, app. to 

Nicholas Rufford. 1695. 
Rushing, Sachaverell, of London, cooper. 

1761. 
Russ, Robert, cooper, app. to John 

Moate. 1699. 
Russell, Edward, tailor, app. to Jeremy 

Smyth. 1 61 6. 
Russell, John, baker. 1775. 
Rust, Henry, victualler, app. to Robert 

Mascali, brewer. 1 664. 
Rust, Henry, silkweaver, app. to James 

Gillmore. 1690. 
Rye, Abraham, victualler, app. to his 

father, John Rye. 1741. 
Rye, Thomas, baker, app. to John 

Undcrdowne. 1741. 
Sabyn, Avery, woollen draper, app. to 

John Rosse, Alderman. 1597. 
Sabine, Alfred, perukemaker, app. to 

Thomas Claringbull. 1753. 
Sack, Theodore, dyer. 1754. 
Saddleton, Thomas, apothecary, app. to 

Charles Knowler. 1736. 
Saere, Thomas, grocer, who served with 

William Russell. 1569. 
Safifory, Gabriel, cordwainer, app. to 

Daniel Ellis. 1689. 
Saffery, Gabriel, of London, cordwainer, 

app. to Gabriel Saflfery, of Cant. 

1727. 
Safifory, John, bricklayer. 1779. 
Saffery, Henry, of Christ Church, Kent, 

baker. 1796. 
Safiery, James, of Christ Church, Cant., 

bookseller and stationer. 1800. 
Samon, John, shoemaker, app. to Tho- 
mas Dyrkyn. 1584. 
Samson, Thomas, of Ashford, upholder. 

' 774- 



229 



OF CAXTERBURY. 



230 



Sancraft, John, cordwainer, app. to 

Henry Rogers. 1679. 
Sanders, William, butcher, app. to 

Matthew Chandler. 1657. 
Sanders, Richard, cordwainer, app. to 

Thomas Pleete. 1722. 
Saunders, William, carpenter, app. to 

Matthew Browning. 1743. 
Sanders, John, of Maidstone, baker. 1 760. 
Sanders, Thomas, tailor. 1762. 
Sanders, Charles, the younger, cord- 
wainer. 1789. 
Sandford, Robert, carpenter, app. to 

William Bottinge. 1701. 
Sandford, John, of London, tailor, app. 

to Thomas Fowle and Edward 

Elphick. 1727. 
Sankey, Thomas, tallosvchandler and 

grocer. 1759. 
Sankey, William Webster, maltster and 

brewer. 1788. 
Savage, John, bricklayer, app. to Christ- 
opher Sympson. 1721. 
Savage, Henry, barber, app. to Thomas 

Parker. 1727. 
Savage, William, tailor, app. to Aaron 

Milleman. 1727. 
Savage, Edward, of Deal, wheelwright. 

1789. 
Sawkins, John, cordwainer, app. to 

Jonathan Stiles. 1672. 
Sayer, James, of London, hairdresser. 1790. 
Scrimshaw (Scry'mshey), Thomas, app. to 

John Estey, clothworker. 1593. 
Scrimshaw, Thomas, carpenter, app. to 

his father, John Scrimshaw. 1677. 
Scrimshaw, John, linenweaver, app. to 

his father, Richard Scrimshaw. 1679. 
Seager, George, of Watford, Herts., cab- 
inetmaker. 1793. 
Seath, George, grocer, app. to Walter 

Southwell. 1 63 1. 
Seath, Samuel, cordwainer, app. to Robert 

Dent. 1664. 
Seath, John, joiner, app. to John Tustian. 

>7+7- 

Seath, Richard, of London, carpenter. 1768. 

Seaward, John, carpenter, app. to John 
Saunders. 1663. 

Sedgar, William, app. to John Nutt, 
Alderman. 1587. 

Sedger, William, cooper, app. to Nicholas 
Best. 1626. 

Sedgewick, William Gransden, of Maid- 
stone, stationer and bookseller. 1789. 

Sharp, Richard, shoemaker, app. to James 
Vydyan. 1529. 



Sharpe, John, app. to Joseph Colfe, 

apothecary. i6o8. 
Sharpe, Thomas, mercer, app. to Thomas 

Whitt. 1 61 6. 
Sharpe, William, butcher, app. to William 
Sanders. 1671. 

Sharp, William, carpenter, app. to Tho- 
mas Luckett. 1 74 1. 

Sharp, William, cabinetmaker. 1800. 

Shatwater, John, brewer, app. to his 
father, John Shatwater, deceased, 
and his mother, !Mary Shatwater. 1679. 

Shaw, Erasmus, cordiner, app. to Thomas 
Carey. 1621. 

Shaw, William, cooper, app. to John 
Rawlinge. 165+. 

Sheaffe, John, barber and periwigmaker, 
app. to Thomas Colfe. 1709. 

Shererde, George, grocer, app. to John 
Dale. 1582. 

Shilling, William, of Boughton Blean, 
glover and breechesmaker. 17S9. 

Shindler, William, butcher, app. to William 
Allen. 1663. 

Shipton, John, apothecary, app. to Avery 
Hills, Alderman. 1664. 

Shipwash, John, of Chartham, linen- 
weaver, app. to Avery Stredwick of 
this city. 1705. 

Shoare, James, glazier and painter, app. 
to William Blogg. 1721. 

Shove, Edward, of Queenborough, sur- 
geon. 1772. 

Shoveler, John, cordwainer. 1789. 

Shoveler, Daniel, the younger, baker. 
1792. 

Shrubsole, James, blacksmith, app. to 
James Godden, 1739. 

Silk, William, carpenter, app. to William 
Ray. 1 68 1. 

Silke, John, carpenter, app. to William 
Barbet and Jeremiah Rigden. 1 7 1 1 . 

Silk, John, printer, app. to James Abree. 

1750- 

Sills, George, hatmaker, app. to Richard 
Symons. 1753. 

Silver, Nicholas, of London, barber, app. 
to John Powel, of Cant. 1734. 

Simmons, Thomas, baker, app. to Adam 
Fowle. 1692. 

Symmonds, Samuel, baker, app. to Alder- 
man Nicholas Fowle. 1 71 8. 

Simmonds, William, barber and peruke- 
maker, app. to Thomas Scudamore. 
1723 (for 1722). 

Simons, Thomas, woollendraper, app. to 
Henry Twyman, Esquire, now Mayor 
of Cant. 1656. 



231 



FREEMEN 



232 



Sims, Robert Courthope, Doctor in Phy- 
sic, app. to Charles Knowler, apothe- 
cary. 1745. 
Sims, Henry, watchmaker. 1758. 
Sims, Georg-e, the younger, of Rochester, 

clockmaker. 1760. 
Sinnot, George, app. to his father, John 

Sinnot, grocer. 1704. 
Skidmore, Robert, cordwainer, app. to 

William Roberts. 1681. 
Skillett, John, maltster, app. to Thomas 

Wraight. 1655. 
Skilton, William, linenweaver, app. to 

Avery Stredwicke. '677. 
Skilton, Paul, linenweaver, app. to Avery 

Stredwick. ibSi. 
Skilton, John, bricklayer, app. to Isaac 

Pope. 1 7 14. 
Skinner, Robert Charles Gray, hatter 

1792. 
Skreen, William, pattenmaker, app. to 

John Love. 1719. 
Sladden, William, barber, app. to Thomas 

Colfe. 171 5. 
Smarte, Richard, app. to Richard Russell, 

husbandman. 1586. 
Smartley, James, cordwainer. 1760. 
Smith, Abraham, turner, app. to Thomas 

Wicke and Thomas Kennet. 1642. 
Smith, Joseph, glover, app. to James 

Cheever. 1651. 
Smith, Thomas, apothecary, app. to 

Israel Jacobb. 1668. 
Smith, John, blacksmith, app. to his 

father, John Smith. 1679. 
Smith, William, goldsmith, app. to Will- 
iam Harris. 1679. 
Smith, Thomas, joiner, app. to George 

Church. 1 68 1. 
Smith, Samuel, glover, app. to Jeremy 

Smith. 1685. 
Smith, William, maltster, s. and app. of 

WiUiam Smith. 1685. 
Smith, John, butcher, app. to Edward 

Smith. 1687. 
Smith, George, maltster, app. to his 

father, William Smith. 1700. 
Smith, John, fcltmaker, app. to his 

father, Thomas Smith. 171 1. 
Smith, William, barber-surgeon, app. to 

Peter Mackfarlen. 1723. 
Smith, Timothy, apothecary, app. to 

Edward Hayward. 1736. 
Smith, John, grocer, app. to Thomas 

Smith. 1 74 1. 
Smith, Benjamin, clock and watchmaker. 

1769. 
Smith, Daniel, whitesmith. 1774- 



Smith, Thomas, carpenter. 1789. 
Smithson, Thomas, carpenter, app. to 

John Gadesby. 1746. 
Sneller, John, gingerbread baker. 1792. 
Snode, Alexander, grocer, app. to Francis 

Maplizden. 1641. 
Sole, Edward, of Deal, baker, app. to 

William Gilbert. 1705. 
Sole, Edward, woollendraper and tailor. 

1776. 
Somes, John, smith, app. to his father 

John Somes. 1700. 
Soames, Christopher, smith, app. to his 

father, John Soames. 1708. 
Soames, Tiiomas, smith, app. to his 

father, John Soames. 1708. 
Sone, Thomas, watchmaker, app. to 

Thomas Barrett, clockmaker. 1663. 
South, Stephen, clothworker, app. to his 

father, Stephen South. 1658. 
Southee, Thomas, baker, app. to Stephen 

Pilcher. 1743. 
Southee, John, cabinetmaker. 1778. 
Southwoorth, Walter, grosser, app. to 

Christopher Brydge. 1601. 
Spencer, John, app. to William Collyns, 

clothworker. 1588. 
Spencer, John, fellmonger, app. to Robert 

Fuller. 1 66 1. 
Spencer, Israel, jeweller, app. to Daniel 

Cuckow. 1690. 
Spencer, Hudson, glover, app. to Samuel 

Smith. 1697. 
Spencer, Robert, baker, app. to Valentine 

Cantis. 1710. 
Spradbrow, William, fellmonger and 

breechesmaker, app. to James Hoery. 

1747- 
Sprakeling, John, of the Isle of Sheppy, 

yeoman. 1761. 
Spratt, John, haberdasher of hats, app. 

to John Lee. 161 9. 
Spratt, William, cooper, app. to John 

Studham. 1702. 
Sprat, Thomas, blacksmith, app. to John 

Court. 1733. 
Spratt, Robert, cooper, app. to Moses 

Newstub. 1740. 
Spratt, John, of Dover, blacksmith, app. 

to Thomas Sprate, of Cant. 1741. 
Squier, Thomas, bricklayer, app. to Robert 

Flatman. 1700. 
Stace, Robert, tailor, app. to Edmond 

Nicholson. 1591. 
Stace, Joseph, grocer, app. to Matthias 

Gray, grocerand tallowchandler. 1 692. 
Stace, Freeguift, upholster, app. to Will- 
iam Etheridge. 171 1. 



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234 



Stace, John, of Ashford, barber, app. to 
Thomas Blake, of Cant. 1727. 

Staines, Thomas, upholster, app. to Rob- 
ert Hogben. 1741. 

Stains, Robert, ironmonger. 1760. 

Stains, William, ironmonger and white- 
smith. 1774. 

Stanley, William, cordvvainer. 1795. 

Stanton, Thomas, of Dover, baker, app. 
to Nicholas Fowle, of Cant. 1708. 

Staples, William, ironmonger, app. to his 
father, Thomas Staples. 1646. • 

Starke, Daniel, carpenter, app. to Richard ■ 
Rising. 1656. 1 

Steddy, Joseph, blacksmith, app. to John 
Brattell. 1747- 

Steddy, Charles, butcher. 1757. 

Steddy, John, of VVingham, plumber. 1760. 

Steddy, Benjamin, of Frindsbury, black- 
smith. 1 76 1. 

Steddy, Alexander, gingerbread baker. 
1776. 

Steddy, Thomas, smith. 1780. 

Steed, John, distiller. 1754. 

Steed, Richard, ofElham, apothecary, i 760. | 

Stephens, William, grosser, app. to 1 
Thomas Chapman. 161 2. He paid 
a further fine of los. for opening 
shop before his freedom was granted. 

Stephens, William, cordvvainer, app. to 
Robert Gilpin. 1709. 

Stevens, Edward, clothworker, app. to 
Thomas Scrimshawe. 1624. 

Stiles, Jacob, cordwainer, app. to Peter 
Johnson. 1698. 

Stocke, John, app. to Robert Scott. iS7&- 

Stock, William, of Ramsgate, grocer and 
tallowchandler. 1796. 

Stokes, John, glover, app. to Richard 
Cheevers. 1628. 

Stokes, Thomas, tailcr, app. to Thomas 
Simpson. 1678. 

Stone, John, gardener, app. to John 
Jeddery and John Fenn. 1727. 

Stone, VVilliam, silkweaver. 1780. 

Stone, Robert, silkweaver. 1789. 

Stone, James, fia.\drcsser and linen- 
weaver. 1794. 

Stone, ThoniHS, of Faversham, clock and 
watchmaker. 1794. 

Stonehouse, Christopher, cordwainer, 
app. to Robert Hughes. 1664. 

Stonehouse, George, baker. 1772. 

Stowe, Thomas, app. to Robert Heard, 
barber. 1610. 

Stowe, Zachary, clothworker, app. to 
Thomas Skrimshaw. ibio. 



Strand, John, saddler, app. to John 
Asshenden. 1623. 

Stranswidge, Thomas, cooper, app. to 
John Barton. 169 i. 

Stransham. John, app. to Adrian Nycholes, 
mercer. 1594. 

Stredwicke, Thomas, silkweaver, app. to 
John Dorrell. 1642. 

Streeting, Robert, blacksmith. 175V 

Stringer, Batchelor, baker, app. to Tho- 
mas Fowle. 1 72 1. 

Stringer, George, silkmercerand woollen- 
draper. 1759. 

Stringer, Thomas, of Dover, tallow- 
chandler. 1760. 

Stringer, Stephen, of Dover, woollen- 
draper. 1768. 

Stronge, Stephen, baker, app. to Tho- 
mas Bee. 1642. 

Strong, Stephen, coachmaker, app. to 
Richard Marcham and William 
Carey. 1668. 

Stroud, Edward, cordwainer, app. to 
Thomas Evernden. 1708. 

Stiidham, John, cooper, app. to Moses 
Best. 1657. 

Studham, William, cooper, app. to John 
Studham. 1671. 

Studham, John, the younger, cooper, app. 
to his father, John Studham. 1690. 

Studham, William, hatter, app. to John 
Landman. 1692. 

Sturges, Ambrose, carpenter, app. to 
William Tailer. 1661. 

Sturges, William, carpenter, app. to John 
Rigsby. 1697. 

Sturgis, Peter, cordwainer, app. to John 
Barton. 1703. 

Swaffer, Thomas, ironmonger, app. to 
Richard Barrow. 1654. 

Swain, Thomas, brazier. 1767. 

Swanton, Richard, grosser, app. to Joseph 
Brydge. 1600. 

Swift, Edward, of St. Dunstan's, Cant., 
baker, app. to John Goldfinch and 
Thomas Collar, of Cant. 1727. 

Sympson, Richard, instrumentmaker, app. 
to John Tucker. 1619. 

Sympson, John, grocer, app. to Thomas 
Wynn. 1622. 

Simpson, William, ironmonger, app. to 
Roger Simpson. 1637. 

Simpson, Peter, barber, app. to Edmond 
Joyce. 1639. 

Simpson, Richard, tailor, app. to George 
Simpson. 1661. 



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FREEMEN 



236 



Simpson, Thomas, of Sittingbourne, 
saddler, app. to George Cheever, of 
Cant. 1741. 

Sympson, Valentine, bricklayer, app. to 
his father, Christopher Sympson. 
1703. 

Simpson, George, tailor, app. to Robert 
Dickenson. 1630. 

Talputt (Tolputt), Edward, surgeon, 
app. to Thomas Fowler, barber- 
surgeon. 1697. 

Talputt, John, barber, app. to John 
Foull. 1713. 

Talputt, William, saddler, app. to his 
father, William Talputt. 171+. 

Tolputt, Joshua, upholsterer. 1784. 

Tames, William, joiner, app. to Ale.xander 
Barles. 1698. 

Tanner, Nicholas, glazier, app. to Tho- 
mas Browne. 1622. 

Tapley, Henry, of Petham, weaver, app. 
to Alfred Stredwick, of Cant. 1714- 

Tappenden, Robert, cordwainer, app. to 
Robert Dent. 1656. 

Tassell, James, cordwainer, app. to Sam- 
uel Collard. 1675. 

Taylour, John, pewterer, app. to John 
Lolham, John Taylour's youngest 
child, Joan, was then z years old. 
1528. 

Tailor, William, vintner, app. to William 
Tarre. 1639. 

Taylor, John, cordwainer, app. to Mat- 
thew Stiles. 1672. 

Taylor, William, carpenter, app. to his 
father, William Taylor, not free. 1675. 

Tayler, William, coachmaker, app. to his 
father, William Tayler. 1695. 

Taylor, Elias, cordwainer, app. to John 
Taylor. 1700. 

Taylor, Giles, cordwainer. 1753. 

Taylor, William, pattenmaker. 1789. 

Taylor, Thomas, of Littlebourne, wheel- 
wright. 1795. 

Taylor, John, plumber and glazier. 1800. 

Tench, Edward, cordwainer. 1 790. 

Terry, Arnold, tailor, app. to Ralph 
Bawden, Alderman. 1586. 

Terry, Augustine, \voollendraper, app. to 
James Master. 1615. 

Terry, John, grocer, app. to Daniel 
Austrey. 1649. 

Terry, Thomas, barber-surgeon, app. to 
John Lunn. 1668. 

Terry. Stephen, cordwainer, app. to 
Nicholas Dillnott. 1670. 

Terry, Isaac, draper, app. to Christopher 
Shrubsole, mercer. 1678. 



Terry, Thomas, cordwainer, app. to 

Edward Bullock. 1681. 
Terry, John, cordwainer, app. to Nicholas 

Dilnut. 1700. 
Terry, John, cordwainer, app. to Thomas 

Matson. i74i. 
Terr}', John, Junior, cooper. 1800. 
Thomas, Edward, farrier, app. to John 

George. 1689. 
Thomas, William, blacksmith, app. to his 

father, Edward Thomas. 1722. 
Thomas, William, breeches-maker, app. 

to William Pattison. 1734. 
Thomas, Joseph, carpenter. 1769. 
Thornton, William Lepars, apothecary, 

app. to Benjamin Chandler. 1753. 
Thornton, Henry, baker. 1757. 
Thorpe, Robert, of Heme, baker, app. 

to Samuel Johnson, of Cant. 1741. 
Thread, Paul, baker, app. to John Fowle. 

1670. 
Tiddiman, William, cordwainer, app. to 

Peter Johnson. i68g. 
Tiddeman, Henrj', grocer, app. to William 

Beverton. 1708. 
Tiddeman, Edward, watchmaker. 1787. 
Tiddeman, Mark, of Dover, bricklayer. 

1789. 
Tilby (Tylby), James, miller, app. to 

Henry Binge. 1622. 
Tilby, Thomas, of Cranbrook, feltmaker, 

app. toThomas Smith, of Cant. 1705. 
Tilbe, Richard, fellmonger, app. to his 

father, Henry Tilbe. 1707. 
Tipper, Aaron, of St. Dunstan's, Cant., 

gardener,app. toThomas Elsey. 1708. 
Tisdell, Thomas, grocer, app. to William 

Hatcher. 1722. 
Tivelein, Richard, perukemaker. 1758. 
Toddye, Thomas, cordwainer, app. to 

Isaac Osbeston. 1620. 
Tonge, James, butcher, app. to his father, 

James Tonge. 1746- 
Toker, John, grocer, app. to John Brown- 
ing. 1690. 
Toker, John, baker, app. to William 

Mount. 1694. 
Toker, Hougham, cutler, app. to Richard 

Haftenden. 1698. 
Toker, Richard, of Faversham, feltmaker, 

app. to Thomas Smith, of Cant. 1 705. 
Tomlyn, John, tailor, app. to Edmund 

Harris. 1681. 
Tomlin, Peter, grocer, app. to John 

Parker. 1705. 
Tomling, Daniel Hardingham, printer. 

1789. 



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OF CANTERBURY. 



238 



Tompson, John, late servant to Gregory 

Roos, capper. 1570. 
Tookye, Smyth, wooUendraper, app. to 

James Masters. 1621. 
Trahar, VVilHam, hatter. 1773. 
Travilleon, William, carpenter, app. to 
Thomas Landman andThomas Coale. 
1717. 
Tredcraft, Andrew, cordwainer, app. to 

Thomas Fox. 1632. 
Tresser, Thomas, wooUendraper, app. to 

Henry Whitt. 1624. 
Tresser, John, draper, app. to Thomas 

Tresser, Alderman. 1659. 
Tresser, Thomas, baker, app. to Thomas 

Fowle. 1714- 
Tritton, William, butcher, app. to John 

Kite and Peter Gill. 1752. 
Trusser, Matthew, grocer, app. to Mr. 

John Purser. 1629. 
Tuck, Thomas, gunsmith, app. to Edward 

Barrett. 1680. 
Tuck, Edward, tobaccopipemaker, app. 

to his father, John Tuck. i6go. 
Tucker, Roger, saddler, app. to Thomas 

Tucke. 1609. 
Tucker, John, instrument maker, app. to 

his father, John Tucker. 1663. 
Tucker, Thomas, cordwainer, app. to 

Nicholas Dillnutt. 1681. 
Tucker, William, turner, app. to John 

Pembrooke. 1698. 
Tucker, William, of Deal, gingerbread 
baker, app. to James Pettit and 
Thomas Collar, of Cant. 1727- 
Tuckwcl, William, linenweaver, app. to 

John Atwell. 1733. 
Tumber, Edward, clothworker, app. to 

William Tumber. 1685. 
Tumber, John, clothworker, app. to 

William Tumber. 1695. 
Tumber, William, of Whitstable, linen- 
weaver, app. to Thomas Attwell, 
late of this city. 1705. 
Tumber, Edward, cordwainer, app. to 

John Sayer. 1727. 
Tunbridge, Thomas, baker. 1800. 
Turner, Richard, app. to George Moore, 

joiner. 1584. 
Turner, Richard, tailor, app. to John 

Osborne. 1602. 
Turner, William, wooUendraper, app. to 
William Whiting, Alderman. 1638. 
Turner, Richard, cordwainer, app. to 

Richard Turner. 1722. 
Tustian, John, the younger, joiner. 1760. 
Tustian, William, of London, joiner. 
1760. 



Twyman, Henry, tailor, app. to Thomas 

Richardson, ibzg. 
Twyman, John, mercer, app. to Anthony 

Farrar. 1656. 
Twyman, John, clothworker, app. to 

John Hubberd. 1661. 
Tylden, Joseph, mercer, app. to John 

Stransham. 1609. 
Tyler, John, tailor, app. to John Rum- 

fild. 1625. 
Tylman, Daniel, app. to George Aunsell, 

grocer. 1586. 
Underdown, John, baker, app. to Val- 
entine Cantis. 1734. 
Upton, John, cordwainer, app. to Tho- 
mas Everden. 1672. 
Upton, William, flaxdresser, app. to his 

father, John Upton. 1747- 
Upton, Thomas, hempdresser. 1760. 
Upton, Thomas, of Bath, cordwainer. 

1785- 
Vane, Humphrey, patten wood maker. 

'754- 
Vanhare, Richard, barber and peruke- 
maker. 1773. 
Vann, Edward, cooper, app. to Richard 

Tatterton. 1623. 
Vawter, Thomas, grocer, app. to John 

Nutt, Alderman. 1592. 
Verall, Christopher, haberdasher of small 

wares, app. to Thomas Fidge. 1626. 
Vile, Henry, ironmonger, app. to John 

Ludd. 1714- 
Vincent, Francis, gent., app. to John 

Vincent, sakpetreman. 1639. 
Violett, Edward, grocer, app. to John 

Philpott. 1630. 
Violet, Thomas, barber-surgeon, app. to 

John Browne. 1636. 
Wacher, Edward, carpenter, app. to 

Ambrose Sturges. 1683. 
Wachers, Robert, cordwainer, app. to 

Henry Hales. 1681. 
Waddell, William, cordwainer, app. to 

John Hickes. 1681 . 
Waddell, William, brewer, app. to Henry 

Waddell, late Alderman. 1 7 1 1 . 
Wade, Giles, tobaccopipemaker, app. to 

John Tuck. 1730. 
Wade, James, basketmaker, app. to Elias 

Rew. 1733. 
Wagstaff, Henry, grocer, app. to Nich- 
olas Beverly. 1587. 
Waite, Nathaniel, tanner, app. to his 

father, Peter Waite. i68i. 
Waite, George, carpenter, app. to Matthew 

Browne. 1687. 



239 



FREEMEN 



240 



Waite, Robert, cordwainer, app. to Henry 

Lucas. 1722. 
Waker, Christopher, tailor, app. to Jeremy 

Smyth. 1 62 1. 
Walker, Thomas, barber and peruque 

maker, app. to John Chandler. 1 704. 
Wall, Edward, hempdresser, app. to 

Richard Morris. i66t. 
Wall, John, hempdresser, app. to his 

father, Edward Wall. 1678. 
Wall, Edward, tailor, app. to Godfrey 

Wilcock. 1 68 1. 
Walter, Jacob, butcher. 1774. 
Walton, Thomas, feltmaker. 1760. 
Wanderton, George, tailor, app. to John 

Digges. 1583. 
Wanstall, Thomas, cooper. 1789. 
Wanstall, John, glover and breeches- 
maker. 1790. 
Ward, John, joiner, app. to George More. 

1607. 
Ware, John, cordwainer, app. to Thomas 

Parker. 1722. 
Warham, George, cooper, app. to Nicho- 
las Best. 1 62 1. 
Warren, Henry, tailor, app. to William 

Tayler, linendraper. 1629. 
Warren, William, cordwainer, app. to 

Henry Rogers. 1680. 
Warren, James, the younger, clock and 

watchmaker. 1767. 
Warwick, Abraham, woolcomber, app. to 

his father, Abraham Warwick. 1680. 
Warwell, Thomas, bricklayer, app. to his 

father, Thomas Warwell. 1681. 
Warwell, John, of Deal, butcher, app. to 

John Ginder, of Cant. 1747. 
Watkins, Joseph, silkweaver. 1764. 
Watson, John, app. to EdmondClarckson, 

tailor. 1580. 
Watson, Nicholas, of Holy Cross, Cant., 

baker, app. to Thomas Read. 1662. 
Watson, John, tailor, app. to Thomas 

Pain. 1705. 
Watson, Alexander, linenweaver, app. to 

John Attwell. 1707. 
Watson, Thomas, pattenmaker. 1785. 
Watson, Richard, cabinetmaker. 1797. 
Watts, John, watchmaker, app. to his 

father, John Watts. 1744. 
Wayland, Christopher, app. to Lawrence 

Applegate. 1585. 
Webb, Andrew, linenweaver, app. to 

Thomas Halsnode. 1671. 
Webb, Thomas, tailor, app. to John 

Oliver. 17 16. 
Webb, John, of London, cordwainer, app. 

to Robert Gilpin, of Cant. 1727. 



Webb, Richard, cordwainer. 1799. 
Wellard, Richard, papermaker, app. to 

Richard Wellard. 1704. 
Wellard, George, of Dover, tailor, app. 

to Samuel Flint, of Cant. 1708. 
Wellard, Thomas, cordwainer, app. to 

Gabriel Saffrey. 1708. 
Wellard, Robert, of London, cordwainer. 

I7S3- 

Wellard, William, tailor. 1773. 

Wells, William, bricklayer, app. to Will- 
iam Lawrance. 1675. 

Wells, John, cordwainer, app. to John 
Raylston. 1727. 

Welsh, Edward, papermaker, app. to 
William Cooke. 1747. 

Wenn, Thomas, feltmaker, app. to Will- 
iam Studham. 1722. 

Wevyll, John, app. to John Furser, shear- 
man. ^1574. 

Whickar, William, baker, app. to William 
Reynolds. 1741. 

Whineu.x. Thomas, barber, app. to Thomas 
Hunt. 161 1. 

Whitt, Simon, ironmonger, app. to Mr. 
John Whitt. 1616. 

White, Richard, barber, app. to Thomas 
Wyniattes. 1621. 

White, John, millener, app. to John 
Merriam. 1625. 

White, Thomas, mercer, app. to Thomas 
Oughton. 1659. 

White, Thomas, bricklayer, app. to Jere- 
miah Cooper. 1693. 

White, William, carpenter, app. to Andrew 
Holmes. 1705. 

White, James, cordwainer, app. to Henry 
Lucas. 1727. 

White, George, barber, app. to William 
Symmons. 1734. 

White, Richard, barber, app. to Thomas 
Botting. 1746. 

White, Robert, of Holy Cross, Cant., 
blacksmith. 1769. 

White, John Gurney, of Hollingbourne, 
apothecar)'. 1789. 

White, James, the younger, cabinetmaker 
and upholdster. 179b. 

White, Thomas, cabinetmaker and up- 
holsterer. 1800. 

Whitehead, Edward, of Deal, joiner, app. 
to William Looke. 17 14. 

Whiteinge, William, app. to John Murton, 
woollendraper. 1599. 

Whiteing, Robert, baker, app. to William 
Frances. 17 18. 

Whitfield, James, carpenter, app. to 
Richard Pysing. 1676. 



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OF CANTERBURY 



242 



Whitfield, Francis, Junior, linendraper 

and haberdaslier. 1760. 
Whitlock, Peter, labourer, app. to Richard 

Turner and his wife, victualler. 1722. 
Whitwood, John, cordwainer, app. to 

Thomas Gary. 1640. 
Wiborne, Robert, wooUendraper, app. to 

Mr. Henry Tvvyman. 1668. 
Wickes, Thomas, turner, app. to John 

Drowtes. 1628. 
Wickham, Thomas, cooper, app. to 

Richard Titherton. 1630. 
Wickham, John, carpenter, app. to his 

father, John Wickham. 1665. 
Wiggens, Paul, cooper, app. to John 

Burton. 1641. 
Wiggens, Richard, bricklayer, app. to 

his father, Paul Wiggens. 1 647. 
Wiggens, Paul, bricklayer, app. to James 

Marrable. 1674. 
Wigmore, Henry, hempdresser, app. to 

Anthony Worger. 1651. 
Wike, Hougham, of London, cabinet- 
maker. 1768. 
Wilcocke, Godfrey, tailor, app. to John 

Wilcocke. 1663. 
Wildboar, Edward, butcher, app. to 

Samuel Sharp. 1727- 
Wilkins, Thomas, cordwainer, app. to 

Edward IJullock. 1692. 
Wilkynson, Robert, smith, ai^p. to Tho- 
mas Pelyng. 161 1. 
Wilks, Tliomas, papermaker, app. to 

William Cook. 1722. 
Wilkshiere, Thomas, cordwainer, app. 

to John Pysing. 1675. 
Williams, John, brewer, app. to Jeremiah 

Masterson. 1672. 
Williams, John, turner, app. to Richard 

Pembrook. 1680. 
Williams, Henry, maltster, s. and app. of 

John Williams. 16S5. 
Williams, Thomas, silkweaver, app. to 

Thomas Younge. 1695. 
Williams, John, brewer, app. to his fatht- r, 

John Williams. 1717. 
Williams, John, of Folkestone, saddler, 

app. to William Kay, of Cant. 1752. 
Williamson. Robert, shoemaker, app. to 

James Vydean. 1522. 
Williamson, Richard, of Sandwich, currier, 

app.toWilliamRaylston.ofCant. 1741. 
Willmott, Henry, cordwainer, app. to 

Edward Bullock. 1678. 
Wilmot. John, cordwainer, app. .to his 

father, Thomas Wilmot. 1698. 
Willoby, Robert, cordwainer, app. to 

William JuU. 1673. 



Willes, John, barber, app. to Richard 

Whit. 1637. 
Wills, James, innkeeper, app. to Walter 

Baker. 1653. 
Wilsden, Abraham, grocer, app. to John 

Simpson and William Hatcher. 1716. 
Willesden, James, grocer, app. to William 

Gray. 1727- 
Willesden, Robert, carpenter, app. to 

Alderman Bullock. 1727. 
Wilsden, Abraham, tallowchandler. 1 760. 
Wilson, Thomas, grocer, app. to John 

Browning. 1679. 
Willson, John, vintner, app. to Isaac 

Willson. 1691. 
Wilson, Richard, tailor. 1754. 
Winford (Wynford), Tmiothy, clothier, 

app. to Thomas Scrimshaw. 1606. 
Winford, William, bricklayer, app. to 

Richard Marrable. 1685. 
Winford, James, labourer, app. to his 

father, William Winford. 1700. 
Winford, William, silkweaver, app. to 

his father, William Winford, labourer. 

1700. 
Winter, John, glazier, app. to William 

Blogg. 1728. 
Wiseman, Thomas, of Bridge, tailor, app. 

to John Young, of Cant. 1722. 
Wisse, Edward, haberdasher of small 

wares, app. to Joseph Buckly. 1623. 
West, John, baker, app. to John King- 

smyth. 1588. 
West, [ohn, victualler, app. to his father, 

Edward West. 1746. 
Westbeech, John, grocer, app. to John 

Fusser. 1623. 
Wood, Christopher, mercer, app. to Paul 

Petit, Alderman. 1645. 
Wood, Thomas, bricklayer, app. to John 

Oakley. 1689. 
Wood, Robert, tallowchandler, app. to 

Thomas Luke. 1696. 
Wood, Richard, blacksmith, app. to John 

Brattle. 1705. 
Wood, Michael, grocer, app. to [blank] 

Walter. 17 10. 
Wood, Isaac, of London, cordwainer. 1754. 
Wood, Thomas, cordwainer. 1782. 
Woodcock, James, of Chatham, black- 
smith, app. to John Baxter, of Cant. 

1741. 
Woolcot, George, Junior, cordwainer. 1 764. 
Woollett, William, butcher. 1795. 
Wootton, Benjamin, bricklayer, app. to 

Jeremiah Cooper. 1696. 
Wootton, George, cordwainer. 1789. 



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FREEMEN 



244 



Worsley, Robert, of Deal, cordwainer, 

app. to John Terry, of Cant. 1727. 
Worsley, James, cordwainer, app. to his 

father, Thomas Worsley. 1 7++. 
Worthington, Robert, of Folkestone, 

pipemaker, app. to Paul Parker, of 

Cant. 174.1. 
Wraight, Matthew, tailor, app to Abra- 
ham Clarke. 1620. 
Wraight, Nicholas, collarmaker, app. to 

Thomas Cooke. 1629. 
Wrenn, John, surgeon, app. to his father, 

John Wrenn. 1664. 
Wybrow, Thomas, barber-surgeon, app. 

to Thomas Bell. 1 7 1 9. 
Wyles, John, bricklayer, app. to William 

Atwood. 1720. 
Wynne, Robert, wooUendraper, app. to 

John Rose, Alderman. 1590. 
Wyssenden, Stephen, grocer, app. to 

Philip Lewes, haberdasher. 1580. 
Yarley, Richard, app. to Randoll Tat- 

nall, grocer. 1586. 
Yong, Henry, tailor, app. to James 

Robynson. 1590. 
Young, John, tailor, app. to James 

Robenson. 1602. 
Younge. William, baker, app. to Thomas 

Plessington. 1606. 
Yong, George, apothecary, app. to Tho- 
mas Rrome. 1612. 
Young, Richard, whitebaker, app. to 

William Leedes, baker. 1626. 



Young, Thomas, bricklayer, app. to John 

Ward. 1663. 
Young, Richard, clothier, app. to John 

Fagge. 1673. 
Young, Thomas, cordwainer, app. to 

Edmund Maplisden. 1680. 
Young, Robert, silkweaver, app. to Joseph 

Nelson. 1683. 
Younge, Nicholas, tailor, app. to John 

Young. 1686. 
Young, John, cordwainer, app. to Samuel 

Collar. 1688. 
Young, Thomas, gardener, app. to his 

father, Thomas Young. 1691. 
Young, Thomas, currier, app. to his 

father, Thomas Young. 1695. 
Young, Thomas, silkweaver, app. to his 

father, Thomas Young. 17 14. 
Young, Peter, of Sandwich, gingerbread 

baker, app. to Thomas Collar, of 

Cant. 1733. 
Young, Peter, apothecary, app. to Stephen 

Durant. 1735. 
Young, John, tailor, app. to his father, 

Nicholas Young. 1741. 
Young, Nicholas, tailor, app. to his 

father, Nicholas Young. 1741. 
Young, Edward, cordwainer, app. to 

John Ledger. 1743. 
Young, Thomas, butcher. 1784. 
Young, Thomas, cordwainer. 1784. 
Young, Daniel, of Challock, carpenter. 



PART IV. 



3Freenien b\> IRebcmption, 



Abbot, John, shoemaker. 1533. 
Abbott, George, labourer. 1659- 
Abbot, WilUam, victualler. 1693. 
Abbot, Thomas, [blank]. 1704. 
Abbott, George, carpenter. 1738. 
Abbott, John, of St. Dunstan's in Kent, 

brewer. 1789. 
Abbey, Nicholas, lockyer. 1548. 
A Ber, Thomas, pewterer. 1500. 
Abrahams, Isaac, of the Borough of 

Staplegate, plumber and glazier. 1759. 
Abree, James, stationer. 1722. 
Absolon, Robert, barber. 
Accon, William. 1399. 
A Court, Thomas, fuller. 
A Courte, John, brewer. 
Adam, Stephen, hosier. 
Addams, Hoyday, gent. 
Adams, Ralph, butcher. 
Adams, George, innholder. 
Adams, Richard, bricklayer. 
Addyson, William, shearman. 
A Deane, John, baker. 1496. 
A Deane, Thomas, innholder. 
Adkinson, John, haberdasher. 
Admans, Thomas, bricklayer. 
Adryan, Henry, capper. 1477. 
Agar, Benjamin, of the Precincts of the 

Archbishop's Palace, gent. 1671. 
Agar, Moses, grocer. 1698. 
Agar, Edward, grocer. 1732. 
A Gregge, John, tailor. 1500. 
Akers, Thomas, carpenter. 1 644. 
Ackers, Thomas, butcher. 1744. 
Alcock (Alcoc), Richard, fletcher 
Alcok, John, goldsmith. 1502. 
Alcock, John, tailor. 1590. 
Alday, Henry, mercer. 1540. 



1546. 

1476. 
1500. 

•4*^5- 
1652. 

■645- 

1799. 
1500. 

'525- 
1671. 
1798. 



>45'- 



Alder, William, shearman. 1548. 

Alder, Bryan, cabinetmaker. 1783. 

Alderson, Robert, minstrel. 1555. 

.\ldretham, Richard. 1408. 

A Lee, Thomas, fishmonger. 14S0. 

A Lee, John, grocer, i486. 

A Lee, John, tailor. 1501. 

Ale.xander, Edward, woolcomber. 1616. 

Alfrey, Nicholas, clothworker. 1604. 

Alfry, Martyn. 1612. 

.•\lger, John, shoemaker. 1547. 

Allen (Aleyn), James. 13Q4. 

Aleyn, William, barber. 1437. 

Aleyn, Nicholas, brewer. 1469. 

Alleyn, William, of Bridge, tanner. 1475. 

Aleyn, Richard, baker. 1489. 

Aleyn, William, of Bridge, tanner. 1489. 

Alen, William, shearman. 1528. 

AUyn, John, miller. 1558. 

Allen, Richard, innkeeper. 1578. 

AUyn, Richard, mercer. 1604. 

Allen, William, butcher. 1646. 

Allen, John, victualler. 1720. 

Allen, Thomas, victualler. 1720. 

Allen, William, victualler. 1730. 

Allen, William, of St. Dunstan's, Cant., 

brewer. 1761. 
Allen, Thomas, victualler. 1779- 
Alley, Peter, victualler. 1782. 
Allsworth, Henry, victualler. 1751. 
Alounday, Robert, staynour. 1426. 
Ambrose, John, innholder. 1515. 
Amnell, John, of Westgate, baker. 1462. 
A Wore, John, brewer. 1546. 
A More, John, basketmaker. 1546. 
.\mos, Eustace, baker. 1736. 
Amy, William, cooper, i486. 
Amyas, William, baker. 1573. 



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FREEMEN 



248 



Amyas, John, hackneyman. 1585. 

Aniierson, John, tobacconist. 1739. 

Andreurs, John, skinner, i+og. 

Andrew, Geoffrey, waxchandler. 1+91. 

Andrew, Thomas, carpenter. 1500. 

Andrew, William, grocer. 15 3+. 

Andrewe, Thomas, barber. 1549- 

Andrewe, Henry, yeoman. 1595. 

Andrewe, Roger, butcher. 1603. 

Andrews, Henry, grocer. 161 2. 

Andrews, Edward, gent. 1658. 

Andrews, Jacob, porter. 1708. 

Andrews, Edward, tailor. 17+5. 

Angell, Thomas, shoemaker. 1553. 

Annett, Charles, surgeon. 1599. 

Annis, Isaac, stapler. 1674. 

A Norclyff, John, hackneyman. 1554. 

Ansell, George, grocer. 1569. 

Anselme, Richard, fellmonger. 1644. 

Anslow, John, weaver. 1658. 

Anslow, Robert, of the Borough of Long- 
port, cordwaincr. 1710. 

Anton, Francis, butcher. 1622. 

A Porte, yohn, tailor. 1478. 

Appilby, William, cissor. 1410. 

Appulgarthe, Thomas, tailor. 1534- 

Appleyard, John Searle, saddler. 1800. 

Apsley, Stephen, wheeler. 1519. 

Archer, William, bricklayer. 1631. 

Archer, William, turner. 1651. 

Archer, John, victualler. 1760. 

Archley, John, butcher. 1615. 

Arndell, Simon, currier. 1776. 

Arnold, Richard, of Petham, carpenter. 
17 1 6. 

Armstrong, John, victualler. 1761. 

Aimynare, flamo, tailor. i437- 

Arundell, Richard, collarmaker. 1581. 

Ash, George, victualler. 1786. 

Ash, Luke, victualler. 1789. 

Ash, Bt-njamin, bricklayer. 1798. 

A Shawe, John, corviser. i479- 

Asshebery, Robert, baker. 1540. 

Asshenton, Richard, shearman. 1543. 

Ashman, John, victualler. 1783. 

Ashton (Ascheton), Richard. 1458. 

Asshton, Richard, mercer. 1470. 

Asheton, one, shearman. 1568. 

Asp, Richard, hosier. 148 1. 

Asshet, John, shoemaker. 1522. 

Astyn, David, brewer. 1598. 

Athys, John, silkweaver. 1769. 

Atkin, Thomas, linendraper. 1743. 

Atkins, John, bookseller. i8oo. 

Atte Gate, William, corvesir. 1415. 

Atte Meed, Stephen. 1394. 

Atte Meed, John, carpenter. 1395. 

Atte Melle, Thomas. 1398. 



Atte Nesshe, John, cissor. 1405. 
Atte Tynes, William, feror. 1400. 
Atte Ware, John, corvesir. 1400. \ 

Atte Welle, Henry, barber. 1435. 
At Well, Henry, haberdasher. 1500. 
Atwell, William, broiderer. 15 15. 
Atwell, Ingram, bricklayer. 1632. ' 

At West, John Hans, barber. 1453. 
Attwick, Daniel, brazier. 1705. 
Atte Wode, Henry, brazier. 1402. 
Atte Wode, William, fuller. 1409. 
Atte Wode, Richard, cato' al'lardener. 

1425. 
Atte Wode, William, of Bridge, smith. 

1452- 
Atte Wode, James, yeoman. 1469. 
Atte Wode, Michael, wheeler. 1471. 
Atte Wode, Stephen, tailor. 1472. 
Atwode, James, corviser. 1480. 
A Wode, John, late of Yaldynge, gent. 

1488. 
A Wode, John, yeoman. 1530. 
Atwood, William, victualler. 1665. 
Attwood, John, coachman. 1768. 
Audesly, Richard, tailor. 1455. 
Austyn, Thomas, chandler. 1426. 
Austen, Thomas, brewer. 1576. 
Austen, Valentine, shopkeeper. 1722. 

Nole. — He was the son of Robert 

Austen, of Adisham. 
Austin, John, victualler. 1752. 
Austen, John, of Sheerness, victualler. 

1761. 
Avery, James, fellmonger and glover. 

1726. 
Awcher, Richard, linendraper. 1589. 
Awdus, Robert, saddler. 1748. 
Ayiand, James, smith. 1468. 
Aylard, William, smith. 1464. 
Ayne (.''), Roger, mercer. 1425. 
A York, John, butcher. 1478. 
Bachelor, George, beerbrewer. 1589. 
Batcheter, Richard, tailor. 1675. 
Back (Bak), John, coverlidweaver. 1466. 
Badcok, V\'alter. cutler. 1547. 
Badcok, Richard, butcher. 1548. 
Badcok, Richard, cutler. iS49- 
Badcocke. fames, victualler. 1625. 
Badcock, William, victualler. 1736. 
Baddy, William, barber. 1543. 
Eager, William, smith, has a daughter 

named Elizabeth, aged 6 months or 

more. 1530. 
Bagley, Robert, baker. 1773. 
Bailey (Bayly), John, bellfounder. 1501. 
Bayly, John, the younger, bellfounder."^ 

1505- 
Baylie, Henry, butcher. 1586. 



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OF CANTERBURY. 



250 



Baile, Thomas, husbandman. 1685. 

Bailey, John, tallowchandler. 1779. 

Bailey, Moses, victualler. 1795. 

Baker, Richard, chandler, i+oo. 

Baker, Stephen, webbe. 141 o. 

Baker, William. 1412. 

Baker, Peter, pistor. 1427. 

Baker, Richard, cook. 1438. 

Bakere, Thomas, of Westgate, baker. 
1442. 

Bakere, John, pistor. 1445. 

Baker, John, draper. 1473. 

Bakar, William, yeoman. 1500. 

Baker, John, tailor. 1515. 

Baker, John, innholder. 1527. 

Baker, John, tailor. 1550. 

Baker, William, yeoman. 1616. 

Baker, William, vintner. 1631. 

Baker, Henry, haberdasher. 1640. 

Baker, Thomas, of Westgate, hackney- 
man. 1652. 

Baker, [blank], of Northgate, Cant., car- 
penter. 1658. 

Baker, Thomas, cheesemonger. 1658. 

Baker, Aaron, victualler. 1706. 

Baker, William, grocer. 171 1. 

Baker, John, victualler. 1719- 

Baker, Peter, victualler. 1719- 

Baker, Samuel, victualler. 1745. 

Baker, Thomas, victualler, 1746. Note. — 
In the margin " Qy Richard." 

Baker, George, surgeon. 174S. 

Baker. John, of St. Dunstan's in Kent, 
Esquire. 1789. 

Balden, William, yeoman. 1598. 

Balderston, Samuel, linendraper. 1777. 

Baldock, William, bricklayer. 1774. 

Bnlfyr, John, taverner. 1464. 

Ball, Thomas, hackneyman. 1543. 

Banastr, Henry, shearman. 1423. 

Banfield, John, tailor. 1700. 

Banham, Roger, smith. 1405. 

Banks, John, plumber and glazier. 1735. 

Bannok, Nicholas, weaver, whose youn- 
gest child, Elyn^was then ij years 
old. 1528. 

Barbour, John, mason. 1393. 
Barber, George, victualler. 1754- 
Barber, William, victualler. 1787. 
Barbett, Jeoffery. 1657. 
Bargrove (Burgrove), John, tailor. 1496. 
Bargrove, William, tiler. 1544. 
Bariiam, William, tailor. 1554. 
Barham, Isaac, yeoman. 16 14. 
Barham, Charles, yeoman. 1630. 
^ Barham, Robert, vintner. 1683. 
Barham, Richard, gardener. 1688. 
Barham, Joseph, innholder. 1716. 



Barine, Isaac, victualler. 1709. 
Barker, James, fuller. 1494. 
Barker, John, innholder. 1514. 
Barker, John, butcher. 1534. 
Barker, Richard, tailor. 1534- 
Barker, Thomas, chandler. 1616. 
Barker, Hugh, victualler. 1748. 
Barles, Joseph, saddler. 1665. 
Barlow, John, tailor. 1615. 
Barnard, Walter. 1394. 
Barnes (Barnys), William, shearman, 
whose youngest child, I\Iargaret, was 
f of a year old. 1527. 
Barnes, George, victualler. 1793. 
Barnesdale, Thomas, cordwainer. 1661. 
Baron, Stephen, tallowchandler. 1531. 
Baron, John, bowyer. 1540. 
Barones, John, innholder. 1558. 
Barett, Stephen, gent. 1478. 
Barrett, Thomas, yeoman. 1543. 
Barrett, Edward, locksmith. 1616. 
Barrett, John, bricklayer. 1645. 
Barrey, Nicholas, capper. 1507. 
Bartelot, John. 1461. 
Bartiloo, Robert, wodo'. 1404. 
Bartlett, Samuel, apothecary. 1687. 
Bartlett, William, carpenter. 1782. 
Barton, John, fletcher. 1547. 
Barton, William, baker. 1605. 
Bartrop, Thomas, tailor. 1559. 
Barwyk, Robert, barber. 1524. 

Barwick, John, grocer. 1764. 
Baseden, John, clerk and physician. 1 549. 

Baseden, John, capper. 1551. 

Baseley, Richard, corvesir. 1450. 

Basketfield, William, victualler. 1742. 

Basse, John, butcher. 1539. 

Basshe, John, barber. 1544. 

Bate, John, barber. 1410. 

Bateman, John, butcher. 1726. 

Bateman, Henry, grocer. 1762. 

Bates, Thomas, tailor. 1734. 

Bates, Robert, bricklayer. 1769. 

Bates, William, chemist and druggist. 
1781. 

Batt, ]\Iark, leather cutter. 1777. 

Battersbv, William, hackneyman. 1566. 

Bavok, Thomas, armourer. i45S- 

Bawdwyn, Ralph, tailor. 1564- 

Bawgy, Hugh, hackneyman. 1554. 

Bax, Thomas, smith. 1687. 

Baynton, John, butcher. 1550. 

Baynyng, William, shearman. 1560. 

Baytly, Richard, wheeler. 1455. 

Beach, Theophilus, linendraper. 171 7. 

Beacham, Richard, heelmaker. 1638. 

Becham, Thomas, smith. 1505. 

Becheman, William, yeoman. H/^- 



251 



FREEMEN 



252 



Beakber, Thomas, smith. 142 1. 
Beal (Bele), WilUam, shearman. 1+50. 
Bele, VViUiam, draper. HS'- 
Bele, Hamon, of Elham. 1+58. 
Bele, Nicholas, shearman. 1548. 
Beale, William, glazier. 1672. 
Beal, William, baker. 1800. 
Bean (Been), Robert, glasswright. 1430. 
Beane, John, victualler. 1652. 
Bean, John, blacksmith. 1788. 
Beardford, William, mason. 1430. 
Beasakye, John, smith. 1480. 
Beaumont, John, innholder. 1678. 
Beaumont, JMatthew, victualler. 1713- 
Beber, Joseph, chapman. 1682. 
Becke, John, glover. 1550. 
Beda, Thomas, smith. 1605. 
Beda, Richard, smith. 161 1. 
Bedell, Thomas, taverner. 1438. 
Beechin, Christopher, smith. 1659. 
Beecrafte, Harry, innholder. 161 1. 
Begynden, Adam. 1446. 
Beggynden, James. 1448. 
Belle, William, of Bekesbourne. 1427. 
Bell, Thomas, victualler. 1683. 
Bell, William, plumber. 1751. 
Bellenger, Robert, husbandman. 1616. 
Belsey, Michael, blacksmith. 171 1. 
Belsey, Isaac, victualler. 1758. 
Benchare, Thomas, weaver. 1447. 
Benchare, John, weaver. 1448. 
Benge, Martin, weber. 1442. 
Benge, Thomas, tailor. 1728. 
Benge, Philip, baker. 1747. 
Bengeamyn, Thomas, tailor. 1438. 
Bening, John, cordwainer. i68g. 
Bennenisshe, Thomas. 1405. 
Bennett (Benet), John, clerk. 1425. 
Benet, Richard, draper. 1468. 
Benett, Thomas, chandler. 1507. 
Benet, William, beerbrewer. 1558. 
Bennett, John, mercer. 1559. 
Bennytt, William, shoemaker. 1567. 
Bennett, William, labourer. 1659. 
Bennet, John, butcher. 17 18. 
Benskyn, John, yeoman. 1592. 
Benson, John, upholster. 1534. 
Bentle, Henry, cissor. 1407. 
Beer (Bere), Richard. 1452. 
Bere, Richard, fuller. 1453. 
Beer, Isaac, victualler. 1783. 
Beeson, Charles, victualler. 1687. 
Berles, Miller, innkeeper. 1637. See 

Barles. 
Bereaway, Walter, grocer. 1542. 
Bermyngeham, William, grocer. 1502. 
Berne, John, chandler. 1431. 



Berrye, Robert, of Staplehurst, yeoman. 

1608. 
Berry, Thomas, glover. 16 14. 
Berstede, Robert, tailor. 1438. 
Bertyn, Constancia, wife of Robert Ber- 

tyn. 1455. 
Bertyn, Thomas, gent. 1461. 
Besoun, Thomas, whitebaker. 1626. 
Best, John, clothmaker. 1526. 
Betchyng, Richard, clothworker. 1558. 
Bete, Robert, farrier. 1445. 
Betterly. James, grocer. 1708. 
Beverton, .Simon, shearman. 1589.,' 
Beyenden, William, draper. 141 3. 
Bigadok, John, carpenter. 1499. 
Bigge (Bygg), Henry. 1393. 
Bigge, Thomas, taimer. 1402. 
Bygge, William, pistor. 1434. 
Bygg, Walter, yeoman, has a son, Roger, 

2 years old. 1527. 
Bygg, John, tailor. 1555. 
Bilby, fohn, husbandman. 1654. 
Bing (Byng), Thomas, baker. 1514. 
Byng, John, tallow chandler. 1551. 
Bing. Henry, miller. 1614. 
Bing, Stephen, beerbrewer. 1614. 
Bing, Thomas, miller. 1630. 
Birch, Edward, victualler. 1760. 
Birchalias, John, potag'. 1409. 
Byrcholte, Richard. 1436. 
Bird (Byrde), Henry, fletcher. 1537. 
Birkeley, Richard, baker. i497- 
Bishopp (Bysshop), John, cook. 1438. 
Bisshop, Henry, corvesir. 1465. 
Bysshop, Sebastian, baker. 1543. 
Busshope, William, mercer. 1562. 
Bishop, Henry, tailor. 1689. 
Bishop, Edward, victualler. 1776. 
Bissaker, John, shopkeeper. 1799. 
Bixe, Richard, fellmonger. 161 8. 
Bix, John, joiner. 1654. 
Blackbech (Blakbech), Robert, cowper. 

IS55- 
Blackbourne(Blakeborne), Robert, brewer. 

1412. 
Blackbourne, John, tailor. 1591. 
Bldckley, fames, cordwainer. 1792. 
Blades, William, victualler. 17 15. 
Blake, John, smith. 1478. 
Bland, Gilbert, butcher. 1550. 
Blanket, John, of this city, late of Dover, 

coverlid maker. 1640. 
Blawboyn, William, baker. 1414. 
Blieght, John, shearman. 1560. 
Blight, Henry, bricklayer. 165O. 
Blisse, Ambrose, watchmaker. 1647. 
Blogg, William, vintner. 161 9. 



253 



OF CANTERBURY. 



254 



Blomer, Anthony, of Maidstone, Esquire. 

'773- , . ,, 

Blossom, George, bricklayer. 1544. 
Blunden, Thomas, maltster. 1696. 
Blmiden, John, victualler. 1784. 
Bodkyn, Richard, pointmaker. 1573. 
Bodle, Thomas, victualler. 1691. 
Bokyngham, Thomas, apothecary. 1491. 
Bolde, William, webbe. 1410. 
Bolde, Henry, yeoman. 1440. 
Bolding, Robert, farrier. 1743. 
Bolland, John, of Thames St., London, 

hop-merchant. 1789. 
Bolver, John, coachman. i7>4- 
Bonage, Henry. 1395- 
Bonde, Robert, late of Ch-Ch., Cant., 

shoemaker. 1592. 
Bond, Henry, shoemaker. 1599- 
Bond, Thomas, clothworker. i6z6. 
Bone, alias Haule, Thomas, mercer. 1423. 
Bone, William, cardmaker. i4^7- 
Bonar, Bernard, baker. 1540. 
Bonnar, Thomas, collarmaker. 1548. 
Bonnar, James, yeoman. 1558. 
Bonnett, Gregory, locksmith. 1629. 
Bonnick, Francis, baker. 1652. 
Boone, Robert, barber. 1472. 
Boone, William, baker. 1489. 
Boor, Nicholas, webbe. 1400. 
Borel, Richard, couper. 1404. 
Borevere, John, apothecary. 1446. 
Borowe, Thomas, tailor. 1546. 
Bosendyne, Walter, cissor. 14' 4- 
Boteler, Richard, tailor. 15 18. 
Botting, John, carpenter. 1692. 
Botting, John, baker. 1728. 
Botting, Richard, surgeon. 1737. 
Boulderson, William, brewer. 1668. 
Bounde, Thomas, wheeler. 1430. 
Bourne (Bowrne), William, skinner. 1473- 
Boorne, Thomas, gent. 1689. 
Bowles, Anthony, victualler. i749- 
Bowrgh, Richard, shearman. i55 5- 
Bowyer, Arthur, tailor. 1573- 
Boxby, Peter, corvesir. 1438. 
Bo.xstede, John, corvesir. 1403. 
Boyce, Thomas. 1505. 
Boyden, John, yeoman. 1533. 
Boye, Nicholas, taverner. 141 4. 
Boyket, Isaac, carpenter. 1639. 
Boys, Robert, smith. 1559. 
Boys, Richard, clothier. 1568. 
Boyes, John, Esquire. 1592. 
Bracy, Richard. 1507. 
Braddon, Henry, wooUendrapcr. 178S. 
Bradbourn, John, cordwainer. 1772. 
Bradbury, Hugh, apothecary. 1496. 
Bradford (Bradfer), Walter, degher. 1 4 1 8 



Bradfer, Marcellus, taverner. 1464. 
Bradford, John, barber. 1488. 
Bradock, John, barber. 1729. 
Bramblyng, Robert, corvesir. 14' 4- 
Bramfelde, John, broiderer. 1458. 
Brampton, John, hosteler. 141 1. 
Brand, Robert, barber. 1416. 
Brandforth, Thomas, smith. 16S9. 
Branston, Thomas, mercer. 1541. 
Brattle, John, smith. 1668. 
Bray, Thomas. 1393- 
Bray, Simon, tailor. 1622. 
Bray, John, carpenter. 1651. 
Brayn, Thomas, saddler. 1569. 
Breche, Christopher, .yeoman. 1500. 
Breetch, Robert, tailor. 1559- 
Breach, Silvester, butcher. 1630. 
Bredkyrke, John, alebrewer. 1502. 
Bredshawe, William, yeoman. i473- 
Bregge, William, waxchandler. 1446. 
Bregger, Thomas, hosteler. 1446. 
Bremar, U'illiam, organ player. 1524. 
Brems, William, baker. 1392. 
Brenis, William, baker. 1393. 
Brett, Roger, minstrel. 1412. 
Brett, Robert, tailor. 1608. 
Brewer, George, hempdresser. 1747. 
BrewS: Thomas, butcher. 1477. 
Brewys, Robert, butcher. 1480. 
Brice, William, glover, re-admitteJ. 1496. 
Bryce, John, shoemaker. 1538. 
Brice, Edward, innholder. 17 16. 
Bricknell, Abel, farrier. 1630. 
Bride, Robert, coper 1492. 
Bridge (Brydge),Christoper, grocer. 1554. 
Brydge, Robert, grocer. 1559. 
Bridgeman (Bryggeman), Robert, minstrel. 

'544- 
Bridges (Brydges), Henry, tailor. 1555. 
Bridges, William, maltman. 1596. 
Briges, Robert, beerbrewer. 1629. 
Bridges, Edward, innholder. 1636. 
Briggs, John, linendraper. 17S9. 
Bright, John, tiler. 1533. 
Brite, Edward, tailor. 1628. 
Bright, John, victualler. 1723. 
Bristed, Joseph, butcher. 1718. 
Brokar, John, brewer. 1497. 
Broke, John, chandler. 1446. 
Broke, Laurence, fuller. 1454. 
Broke, Nicholas, cowper. 1505. 
Broke, John, grocer. 15 10. 
Broke, Richard, grocer. 1531. iV;- Brook. 
Brokebanke, John, haberdasher. 1490. 
Brokman, Robert, of Ashford. 1416. 
Brokman, William, of Holy Cross Without, 

Cant., tanner. 1467. 
Broksole, Simon, webbcr. 1461. 



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FREEMEN 



256 



Rnimly, George, tailor. 163.^. 
ISrook, William, yeoman. 1568. 
Brooke, ]ohn, tailor. 1638. &i^ Broke. 
Brown (Broun), Robert. 139S. 
Broun, William, cissor. 1399. 
Broun, John, wheeler. 1402. 
Broun, John, barber. 1 + 14- 
Broun, William, fisher. 1+31. 
Browne, George, of Tunford, Esquire. 1 47°- 
Browne, Ralph, tailor. H77. 
Browne, Richard, corvesir. 1489. 
Browne, Sewalde, vintner. 1548. 
Brown, William, innholder. 1559. 
Browne, Peter, cutler. 1563. 
Browne, John, broker. 1600. 
Browne, Edward, brewer. 1617. 
Browne, John, victualler. 1644. 
Browne, Henry, labourer. 1652. 
Browne, George, butcher. 1703. 
Browne, John, grocer. 17 10. 
Browne, Edward, baker. 171 1. 
Brown, Thomas, brazier, i?!?- 
Brown, William, innholder. 1725. 
Brown, John, mealman. 1761. 
Brown, John, victualler. 1780. 
Brownynge, lohn, draper. 143b. 
Brouninge, Roger. i44S- 
Brownyng, Richard, shearman. 1470- 
Brownvng, Harry, tailor. 1563. 
Brownwyn, Robert, linendraper. 1574. 
Browning, William, carpenter. 1711. 
Browning, IMatthew, of Littlebourne, 

carpenter. 1719. 
Bro.xup, John, freemason. 1691. 
Bruffe, Richard, linenweaver. 1646. 
Bru.xby, John, tailor. 1615. 
Bryan, William, chandler. 1413. 
Bryan, George, butcher. 1575. 
Brytell's, Randoll, baker. 1543. 
Bucher, Edward, haberdasher. 1655. 
Buck, John, barber. 1567. 
Bukherst, Stephen, shearman. 141 1. 
Buckerst, William, tailor. 1561. 
Buklond, John, fletcher. 1485. 
Buklond, William, tailor. 1485. 
Buklond, William, butcher, i486. 
Buckley, Joseph, stationer. 1590. 
Buds, Robert, miller. 1639. 
]5ull, Richard, barber. 1553. 
Bull, Peter, tailor. 1597. 
Bullynge, John, chandler. 1427. 
Bullyng, John, mercer. 1468. 
Bunce, James, grocer. 1689. 
Bundock, Jonathan, staymaker. 1)98. 
Binityng, Thomas, smith. 1394. 
liurcher, John, miller. 1640. 
liurcholtc, John, cissor. HH- 
Burden, John, vintner. 1547. 



Burden, Barnaby, kerseymaker. 1643. 
Burdeux, John, fuller. 1409. 
Burgeaunt, John, smith. 1495. 
Burgeant, Robert, smith. 15 15. 
Burgeys, William, draper. 1446. 
Burgeys, William, weaver. 1493- 
Surges, Harry, potter. 1776. 
Burlett, John, pattenmaker. 1476. 
Burley, lAIatthew, upholster. 1622. 
Burneley, Robert, grocer. 1576. 
Burnell, Michael, goldsmith. 1475. 
Burrett, John, vintner. 1543. 
Burrowes, St. John, victualler. 1683. 
Burton, John, hackneyman. 1453. 
Burton, Roger, yeoman. 1466. 
Burton, John, butcher. 1+76. 
Burton, John, butcher. 1479. 
Burton, Stephen, butcher. 1494. 
Burton, Thomas, yeoman. 1621. 
Burton, Vincent, carpenter. 1645. 
Burwash, Thomas, clothier. 16 14. 
Bushell, Richard, dealer in spirituous 

liquors. 1762. 
Bushell, Christopher Ernest, baker. 1767. 
Bushell, Edward, baker. 1770. 
Busher, John, butcher. 1767. 
Bustome, William, glover. 1505. 
Butcher, John, wheelwright. 1764. 
Butler (Bwttler), John, butcher. 1558. 
Butler, Nathan, cheesemonger. 1653. 
Butler, James, stocking-weaver. 1752. 
Buxtede, John, corvesier. 1402 {?) 
Byker, Richard. 1469. 
Byker, John, yeoman. 1541. 
Byle, William, haberdasher. 1424. 
Byllyng, John, hackneyman. 1501. 
Byllynton, William, mercer. 1415. 
Byne, Robert, baker. 141 6. 
Byssyent, Peter, weaver. 1546. 
Cadbury, Thomas, literal'. 1420. 
Cadde, Abraham, weaver. 1603. 
Caketon, John. 1407. 
Caldam, Thomas, yeoman. 1609. 
Caldynge, Richard, barber. 1410. 
Callaway, John, silkweaver. 177S. 
Calver, Francis, merchant. 1655. 
Caluerley, John, tailor. 1514. 
Camber, John, victualler. 1657. 
Canea)'s, William, fuller. 1402. 
Canone, William, hackneyman. 1521. 
Cantwell, Thomas, yeoman. 1477. 
Carey, William, coachmaker. 1664. 
Carkeredge, Gervase, clothmaker. 1525. 
Carloy, [blank], baker. 1666. 
Carlton, Christopher, carpenter. i6ji. 
Carlton, John, victualler. 1780. 
Carlyll, John, grocer. 1463. 
Carpenter, Thomas, brewer. 141 5. 



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258 



Carpenter, Thomas, barber. 1435. 
Carpenter, Richard, 1++5. 
Carpyntor, John, gent. 1455- 
Carpenter, John, smith. 1472. 
Carpenter, John, butcher. 1500. 
Carpynter, John, tailor. 1S5S. 
Carpynter, Robert, shoemaker. 1574- 
Carpenter, John, butcher. 1609. 
Carpenter, Henry, husbandman. 1658. 
Carre, Thomas, tailor. 1464. 
Carr', Robert shearman. 1540. 
Carre, Harry, skinner. 1563. 
Carslake, John, yeomin. 1472. 
Carter, Edmund, labourer. 1668. 
Carter, Robert, grocer. 1704. 
Cartvvright, Richard, pewterer. 1532. 
Cartwrith, John, tailor. 1629. 
Castell, Alicia. 1395. 
Castel, Simon, pistor. 141 1. 
Castell, John, tailor. 1455. 
Castle, John, mercer. 1729. 
Castle, Daniel, upholsterer. 1757. 
Castelake, Robert, scrivener. 1431. 
Castelyn, Stephen, horse-collar maker. 

1446. 
Catcherell, William, waxchandler. 1500. 
Cacherell, Edward, waxchandler. 1524. 
Cater, William, glazier. 1660. 
Caxton, William, of Cant., mercer. 143 1 . 
Ceyf, Richard, faber'. 1409. 
Chadbourne, Thomas, tailor. 1489. 
Chalk, George, linendraper. 1786. 
Chalk, William, linendraper. 1793. 
Chalk, Stephen, surgeon and apothecary. 

1795- 
Chalklen, John, watchmaker. 1757. 
Chalklen, William, watchmaker. 1768. 
Chamberleyn, John, of Newington. 1436. 
Chamberleyn, Robert, butcher. 1468. 
Chambers, Thomas, brewer. i66i. 
Chancer, John, shoemaker. 1575. 
Champe, John, couper. 1526. 
Champneys, John, pewterer. 15 19. 
Champnes, Nicholas, tailor 1594. 
Champnes, Richard, brewer. 1594. 
Chandelar, Samuel, butcher. 1597. 
Chandler, Thomas, butcher. 1599. 
Chandler, John, butcher. 1617. 
Chandler, lAIatthew, butcher. 1636. 
Chanon, Richard, pewterer. 1528. 
Chaplen, John, victualler. 1774- 
Chaplen, Charles, grocer. 1779. 
Chapman, William, cissor. 1401. 
Chapman, William, butcher. 1502. 
Chapman, John, butcher. 1520. 
Chapman, William, tiler. 1544. 
Chapman, Thomas, cordwainer. 1636. 
Chapman, William, mariner. 1698. 



Chapman, John, carpenter. 1705. 
Chapman, Israel, victualler. 1720. 
Chapman, Israel, victualler. 1742. 
Chapman, Philip, woollendraper. 1756. 
Chapman, William, of Holy Cross, Cant., 

baker. 1773. 
Chapman, John, baker. 1787. 
Chappell, Solomon, victualler. 1799. 
Chard, Nicholas, victualler. 161 1. 
Charlys, William, hosier. i477- 
Charlys, John, fuller. 1482. 
Charlton, Thomas, grocer. 1758. 
Cheavele, Walter, carpenter. 1767. 
Cheeke, William, fuller. 1467. 
Chefe, John, corvesir. 1410. 
Cheesbrought, William, locksmith. 1620. 
Cheesman (Chesman), Robert, couper. 

1410. 
Chesman, Henry, mercer. 1439- 
Cheseman, John, weaver, :47s. 
Chesman, Thomas, apothecary. 1564. 
Cheesman, Richard, smith. 1693. 
Cherryte, John, shoemaker. 1557- 
Chese, Edmund, textor. 1414. 
Chester, William, cook. 1432. 
Chester, Abraham, yeoman. 1633. 
Childes, James, victualler. 1686. 
Cheyney, Christopher, tailor. 1542. 
Chilton, William, spicer. 1399. 
Chilton, Nicholas, clerk. 1445. 
Chittenden, Daniel, clothier. 1637. 
Christchurch (Cristcherche), Walter. 1 399. 
Christian (Crystian), Garlesus, corvesir. 

1+86. 
Christian, Edward, tailor. 1636. 
Church (Cherche), John, chandler, r 394. 
Chirche, Richard, of St. Martin, in Cant., 

brewer. 1465. 
Chyrche, Margaret, relict of William 

Chyrche, goldsmith. 1483. 
Churtch, William, tailor. 1566. 
Church, James, tailor. 1661. 
Church, Daniel, victualler. 1750. 
Churcher, Isaac, victualler. 1656. 
Chygo, Charles, cook. 16 19. 
Clagget, William, hatter. 1602. 
Claringbold, Ralph, baker. 171 7. 
Claris, Thomas, baker. 1800. 
Clark (Clerk), John, haberdasher. 1400. 
Clerke, Robert, mercer. 1438. 
Clerke, John, corvesir. 1439. 
Clerke, John, innholder. 1477. 
Clerke, Roger, vintner. 1480. 
Clark, Hugh, butcher. 1500. 
Clarke, Robert, weaver. 1500. 
Clark, Andrew, sawyer. 15 18. 
Clarke, William, butcher. 1548. 
Clark, William, innholder. 1568. 

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259 



FREEMEN 



260 



Clarke, Thomas, tailor. 1599. 

Clarke, Robert, innholder. 1609. 

Clarke, Edward, tailor. 161 1. 

Clarke, Isaac, bricklayer. 1615. 

Clark, larvis, victualler. 1690. 

Clark, William, victualler. 1691. 

Clark, John, hoyman. 171^4. 

Clark, John, tallowchandler. 1796. 

Clarkson, John, yeoman. 1533. 

Claye, Jolin, brewer. 1599. 

Clays, John, corvesir. 1492. 

Clegg, Joseph, baker. 1770. 

Clements, John, victualler. 1797. 

Clenche, Thomas, tailor. 1465. 

Clere, John, smith. 1477- 

Clerk. See Clark. 

Cletherall, Robert, victualler. i66g. 

Clifford (Clyflforde), Thomas, gent. 15 15. 

Cliftbrd, Thomas, victualler. 1666. 

Cloak, Christopher, tailor. 1467. 

Cloke, Nicholas, victualler. 1790. 

Clowes, Thomas, surgeon and apothe- 
cary. 1792. 

Clyffe, Dunstane, painter. 1531. 

Clyfton, Gervase, of Co. Kent, gent. 1440. 

Clynton, Roger, innholder. 1609. 

Clypsham, Richard, hosier. 1438. 

Coates, Nicholas, framework knitter. 
1771. 

Cobbe, John, butcher. 15 15. 

Cobb, Edward. Rec'd of Edward Cobb 
for his admission as a freeman of the 
said city, £1 os. od. 1706. 

Cobb, William, woollen'and linen draper. 
1799. 

Cock (Cok), William, weaver. 1437. 

Cok, Richard, shoemaker. 1500. 

Cocke, John, shoemaker. 1507. 

Cock, Robert, shoemaker. 1549. 

Cockerton, John, victualler. 1679. 

Cockett, Robert, butcher. 1664. 

Cokson, John, joiner. 1534. SeeCoxou. 

Codd, Thomas, haberdasher. 1606. 

Codham, William, husbandman. 1736. 

Codyngton, John, mercer. 1524. 

Coffam, Michael, shearman. 1550. 

Cogheler, John. 1437. 

Coke, Augustine, butcher. 1543. 

Coke, John. 1544. 

Coker, Ralph, glover. 1523. 

Cokernutt, William, grocer. 17 14. 

Cokyn, John, webbe. 1394. 

Cokyn, Thomas, pevvterer. 1514. 

Colbrand, Richard, wheeler. 15 19. 

Colbrond, Nicholas, yeoman. 1543- 

Colbrond, Roger, tailor. 1545. 

Cole, John, pewterer. 1539. 

Cole, Anthony, tailor. 1633. 



Coles, Elisha, victualler. 1708. 
Colffe, Joseph, apothecary. 1589. 
ColfoU, Robert, skinner. 1446. 
Colgate, Daniel, brazier. 1754. 
CoUard, John, beerbrewer. 1574. 
CoUard, John, brewer. 1598. 
Collard, Christopher, maltster. 1599. 
CoUett (Colett), Robert, wa.xchandler. 

Collett, Henry, cutler. 16 14. 

CoUett, Henry, the younger, cutler. 1631. 

CoUey. Robert, lynwebbe. 1400. 

Collier (Colyer), Ale.xandt-r, tailor. 1465. 

Collyer, Amos, butcher. 1594. 

Colyer, Silyer, victualler. 1784. 

Colyer, John, victualler. 1786. 

Collins (Collyns), Edward, tailor. 1562. 

Collins, Francis, innholder. 1663. 

Collins, William, bricklayer. 1723. 

CoUens. Charles, grocer. 1765. 

Colman, Henry, glovt-r. 1414. 

Colmer, Robert. 1399. 

Colney, Edward, gent. 1488. 

Colsonsack, Robert, hackneyman. 1548. 

Colven, Edward, victualler. 1742. 

Coly, Diryke, pattenmaker. 1507. 

Colyn, Richard, draper. 1395. 

Colyn, John, hosier. i479- 

Colyn, Walter, plumber. 1545. 

Compton, Idonea, wife of Richard Comp- 
ton. 1394. 

Conway, Christopher, barber. 1533. 

Cook, Nicholas, mercer. 1399. 

Cook, Robert, grocer. i454- 

Cooke, Richard, tailor. 1489. 

Cooke, William, tailor. 1571. 

Cooke, Thomas, collarmaker. i6og. 

Cook, Edward, hackneyman. 1613. 

Cooke, Charles, belUuunder. 1690. 

Coole, Lewys, baker. 1558. 

Cooper, Nicholas, tailor. 1559. 

Cooper, John, chandler. 1560. 

Cooper, George, cook. 1645. 

Cooper, Charles, grocer. 1676. 

Cooper, Jeremiah, bricklayer. 1683. See 
Cowper. 

Coppin (Copyn), William, brewer. 1531. 

Coppin, James, hempdresser. 1615. 

Coppin, Richard, cordwainer. 1699. 

Corbett, John, capper. 153 1. 

Corbin, John, victualler. 1733. 

Corkyn, William, tailor. 1589. 

Cornwell, Thomas, hairdresser and per- 
fumer. 1 78 1. 

Cory, Thomas, baker. 1533. 

Cote, Roger. i39ti. 

Cotlett, John. 1484. 

Cottell, John, tailor 1481. 



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OF CANTERBURY. 



262 



Cotton, Leonard, pewterer. 1559. 

Cotton, Humphry, tailor. 1576. 

Couchman, Edward, butcher. 1758. 

Couchman, Stephen, butcher. 1774. 

Coumbe, John. 139+. 

Countrye, Jeremy, innholder. 1597. 

Countrye, John. 1608. 

Court, John, wyner. 1431. 

Courteler, Richard, draper. 1409. 

Courthop, Robert, tailor. 1537. 

Courthop, John, of Westgatestreet next 
Cant., gent. 1539. 

Courthop, Christopher, of Westgate 
Without, gent. 1541. 

Cortope, Thomas, husbandman. i6io. 

Courtman, John, webbe. 141 5. 

Courtman, |ohn, girthweaver. 1476. 

Covell, William, shoemaker. 161 1. 

Coveney, Thomas, hackneyman. 161 3. 

Coveney, John, blacksmith. 1629. 

Cowell, Joseph, currier. 1593. 

Cowper (Couper), Thomas, barber. 1401. 

Coupere, William, plumber. 1443. 

Cowper, Christopher, tailor. 1544. 

Cowper, Raynold, joiner. 1583. 

Cowper, Stephen, shoemaker. 1603. Sir 
Cooper. 

Coxson, fohn, tailor. 1547. 6'ci? Cokson. 

Cradock, Robert, upholster. 1691. 

Craft, Daniel, buttonmaker. 1607. 

Cragges, Robert, brazier. 1672. 

Craib, William, victualler. 1779. 

Cram, Richard, waxchandler. 1466. 

Crane, William. 1400. 

Craine, Thomas, barber. 1477. 

Crane, John, gent. 1637. 

Cranebourne, Mr. John, cleric. 1400. 

Cranmer (Cranmyer), Stephen, weaver. 
1500. 

Cranmer, Christopher, clothworker. 1569. 

Crawford (Crauford), John, the younger, 
maltster. 1700. 

Crawford, Michael, soap boiler. 1701. 

Creed, Christopher, carpenter. 1707. 

Crenche, John, shoemaker. 153 1. 

Cressie, John. 1671. 

Cressie, John, victualler. 1671. 

Creswell, George, farrier. 1637. 

Crippen, William, bricklayer. 1618. 

Crippen, Francis, bricklayer. 1632. 

Crispe (Crysp), John, yeoman. 1483- 

Crysp, William, beerbrewer. 1515. 

Croft, William, of Westgate street, but- 
cher. 1483. 

Croftman, Nicholas, butcher. 144'- 

Croke, James, shearman. 1552. 

Crokys, Thomas, fletcher. 1494. 



Cranwell, John, of Westgate in Kent, 
plumber and glazier. 1782. 

Crosby, John, tapisser. 1400. 

Crosby, Richard, wod'. 1422. 

Crosby, John, smith. 1517. 

Crosdill, Henry, linendraper. 1790. 

Crosse, William, skinner. 1445. 

Crosse, John, grocer. 1518. 

Crothall, Thomas, breechesmaker. 1761. 

Crouche, John, cook. '504. 

Crouch, Humphrey, tailor. 1783. 

Croyden, Edmund, vintner. 1534. 

Crump, William, hosier. 1490. 

Crux, John, mercer. 1635. 

Crux, John, victualler. 1798. 

Cryer, George, tailor, 1519. 

Cuckow (Cockow), John, taverner. 141 1. 

Cuckowe, Thomas, skinner. 1470. 

Cuckow, Daniel, goldsmith. 1673. 

Cudmore, John, hackneyman. 1606. 

Cuft", William, glover. 1406. 

Cullyng, Richard, weaver. i437- 

Culling, Arthur, linendraper. 1736. 

Cullen, Anthony, yeoman. 1702. 

Culmer, William, victualler. 1756. 

Culmer, George, of St. Paul in Kent, 
carpenter. 1777. 

CuUpacke, Bartholomew, shearman. 1563. 

Culver, John, victualler. 1783. 

Culverhous, Robert. 1398. 

Culvyrhouse, Robert, couper. 1472. 

Curie, Richard, fuller. 1448. 

Conrle, Thomas, victualler. 161 3. 

Cuppildyke, John, smith. 1472. 

Curling, Nicholas, innholder. 1725. 

Curteman, Richard, wanare. 1452. 

Curteys, John, carpenter. 1484. 

Curteys, Nicholas, grocer, i486. 

Curtis, John, butcher. 1643. 

Dade, William, tiler. 1544. 

Dakein, Robert, gent. 17 19. 

Dalamer, Richard, skinner. 1470. 

Dale, Thomas, tallowchandler. 1536. 

Dale, Robert, tailor. 1589. 

Dale, William, t.iilor. 1613. 

Dale, Stephen, tailor. 1634. 

Dale, Edward, carpenter. 1663. 

Dale, Robert, victualler. 1663. 

Dalok, John, shearman. 1502. 

Dalton, GcLirge, butcher. 1551. 

Dance, John, victualler. 1738. 

Dancy, Richard, brewer. 1701. 

Danyell, John, tailor. 1439. 

Danyell, Robert, yeoman. 1538. 

Danyell, John, tiler. 1544. 

Daniels, Richard, victualler. 1767. 

Darcelot, John, dyhere. 1414. 

Darell, John, sompnour. 1495. 



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264 



Darkyn, Thomas, shoemaker. 1559. 
Davies (Davyes), John, locksmith. 15(50. 
Davies, Abraham, smith. 1594. 
Davies, William, tailor. 1668. 
Davis, Peter, tobacconist. 1692. 
Davis, Thorhas, butcher. 1706. 
Davis, Robert, victualler. 1717. 
Davis, Richard, victualler. 1731. 
Davis, Robert, mason. 1763. 
Davison, Alexander, bricklayer or mason. 

1 70+. 
Davy, John, tailor. 1524. 
Davye, James, musicianer. 1576- 
Dawkyn, John, mason. 1502. 
Dawson, Daniel, linenweaver. 1734- 
Daye, John, cooper. 1599. 
Day, Philip, of Hackington, mason. 

1769. 
Daynold, Thomas. 1449. 
Dean (Dene), James, chandler. i473- 
Deane, Robert, of Holy Cross, Cant, mill- 

wri.fjht. 1701. 
Dean, William, butcher. 1778. 
De Caleys, John. 1429. &^ Watkyn John. 
De Dene, John, alias Dominus John 

Gybbe, butcher. 1436. 
De Denne, Miles, barber. 1440. 
Deedes, William, of Hackington, Esquire. 

'774- 
Deeprose, Thomas, victualler. 1750. 
Deest, John, chandler. 1477. 
Delasaux, Peter, silkweaver. 1761. 
Dele, Cliristopher, mercer. 1521. 
De le Heme, [ohn, linenweaver. 1481. 
De le Ven, Gerard, goldsmith. 1406. 
De Monte, William, of Acquitania. 1411. 
Denham, Richard, now of Cant., late 

citizen and Salter of London. 1623. 
Denne, Richard, draper. 1420. 
Denne, [blank], victualler. 1665. 
Denn, John, gent. 1730. 
Denne, lohn, butcher. 1740. 
Denne, William, draper and tailor. 1788. 
Denwood, Stephen, beerbrewer. 1605. 
Denys, John, mason. 1407- 
Derby, John, mason. 1410. 
Derby, William, tailor. 1497. 
Deryng, William, butcher. At the same 

tyme he had a son named John of 

the age of one yere. 1526. 
Devine, J"hn, silkweaver. 1747. 
De Vyse, John, butcher. 1393. 
Dewis, Edward, victualler. 1779- 
Dines, William, victualler. 1774. 
Dixon (Dyxon), John, yeoman. 1455. 
Dyxson, Thomas, capper. 1550. 
Dyxson, John, lockyer. 1555. 
Dixon, Simon, fellmonger. 1609. 



Dixon, Charles, of the Borough of Long- 
port, carpenter. 171 8. 

Doble, Edward, innholder. 1656. 

Dobo', Robert, draper. 141 7. 

Dod, Simon, scrivener. 1423. 

Dodde, Sampson, linendraper. 1570. 

Dodd, John, barber. 1653. 

Dodd, Isaac, tailor. 17 19. 

Dod, Thomas, woollendraper. 1737- 

Dodson, Thomas, miller. 1561. 

Dodyn, Thomas, hackneyman. 1530. 

Doggett, John, tailor. 1657. 

Dokerell, William, currier. Had at same 
time a daughter named Anne, aged 
10 weeks. 1526. 

Dolton, Charles, victualler. 1788. 

Doraunt, Edward, mason. 1425. 

Dorant, Benjamin, pewterer 1544- 

Dorrell, John, silkweaver. 1630. 

Dournall, John, silkweaver. 1753. 

Dove, Benjamin, victualler. 1757. 

Dowce, William, capper. 1533. 

Dowle, lohn, beerbrewer. 1620. 

Downe, James, taverner. 1445. 

Downer, Trustram, hempdresser. 1651. 

Downer, John, victualler. 1681. 

Downes, John, tailor. 1627. 

Downyng. Roger, baker. 1474. 

Draicott, James, vintner. 1630. 

Drayton, James, yeoman. 15&7. 

Dreel, John, cook. 1444. 

Driver, Philip, victualler. 1727. 

Drought, John, turner. 1614. 

Drought. John, smith. 1642. 

Duche, Thomas, tailor. 1523. 

Dudlow, John, plumber. 1743. 

Dudston, William, fletcher. 1540. 

Du Gardin, Peter, cooper. 1723. 

Duin, William, victualler. 1689. 

Dumee, James, silkweaver. 1725. 

Dundye, John, tailor. 1491. 

Dunkyn, Umfrcy, tailor. 1534. 

Dunkyn, James, maltman. 1598. 

Dunkin, Henry, woolcomber. 1658. 

Dunn, Edward (or Edmund), tailor. 1 640. 

Duree, Mark, dyer. 1720. 

Dutnal, W'illiam, victualler. 1746. 

Dyar, John, glover. 1484. 

Dyason, Jonathan, victualler. '773- 

Dyce, William, brazier. 1761. 

Dyce, John, brazier. 1795. 

Dyce, William, baker. 1796. 

Dygons, William, shoemaker. 1524. 

Dykk, Robert, tailor. 1548. 

Dykynson, Robert, tailor. 161 1. 

Dylnote, John. 1394. 

Dilnot, John. 1395. 

Dylyngton, William, smith. 1480. _i 



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266 



Dyne, Thomas, barber. 1500. 

Dyryk, Michael, tallowchandler. 1535. 

Dyvis, William, yeoman. 1608. 

East, William, currier. 1488. 

East, Richard, victualler. 1736. 

Eastes, Robert, maltster. 1681. 

Eastes, Dilnot, plumber and glazier. 1789. 

Eastes, John, baker. 1799- 

Eaton, John, gent., Attorney at Law. 

1676. 
Eche, Richard, hostler. 1437. 
Edgcumbe, Gabriel, saddler. 1771- 
Edlee, John, taverner. 1419- 
Edlin, John, victualler. 1741. 
Edmund, John, chamller. 141 1. 
Edmunde. John, butcher. 1478. 
Edmonds, William, blacksmith. 17 14. 
Edridge, William, upholster. 1699. 
Edward, Thomas, smith. 1521. 
Edward, John, vintner, whose youngest 

child was then 2 years old. 1527- 
Edward, Thomas, shearman. 1547- 
Edwardes, Anthony, innkeeper. 1638. 
Edwards, John, labourer. 1652. 
Edwards, Joseph, perukeraaker. 1783. 
Effyll, Christopher, brewer. 1598. 
Egger, John, skinner. 1535- 
Eginder, Robert, yeoman. 1630. 
Egleson, Barnard, victualler. 1751. 
Ellden, John, victualler. 1744. 
Eldergate, John, cook. 1504. 
Eldridge, John, victualler. 1779. 

Elgar, John, tailor. 1576. 
Elgar, William, yeoman. 1621. 

Elgar, William, leather cutter. 1787. 

Elgar, John, leathercutter. 1799. 

Ellis (Elys), Walter, gent. 1471. 

Elys, David, hackneyman. 1473. 

Ellys, John, hackneyman. 1482. 

Elys, John, grocer. 1517- 

Ellys, Ingram, tailor. 1573. 

Ellis, James, watchmaker. 1666. 

Ellis, Ale.xander, victualler. 1688. 

Ellis, Thomas, victualler. 1764. 

Elmes, Thomas, victualler. 1778. 

Elpheck, George, grocer. 17 14. 

Elphick, Edward, tailor. 1726. 

Elsy, Thomas, cook. 1430. 

Elsey, John, tailor. 15 10. 

Elstene, Thomas, fletcher. 1398. 

Elve, John, shoemaker. iS+3' 

Elwyn, James, maltster. 1782. 

Emptage, Edward, carpenter. 1703. 

Englysh, William, barber. 1492. 

Ennis, Richard, victualler. 1694. 

Epps, Thomas, grocer. 1763. 

Epps, William, woollendraper. 1773. 

Epps, Moses, butcher. 1779. 



Epps, John, grocer. 1794. 
Ertzbarger, John, baker. 1743. 
Esscheby, John, spicer. 1393. 
Essex, Cjeorge, tailor. 1668. 
Estay, John, shearman. 1562. 
Estweli, William, yeoman. 1543. 
Eton, Paul, tailor. 1559. 
Euden, Richard, mercer. 1468. 
Euden, Walter, mercer. HS9. 
Evans, Peter, gent. 1644. 
Evans, William, butcher. 1724. 
Everden, Thomas, labourer. 1654. 
E.xherst, John, brewer. 1478. 
Eylewyn, Henry, surgeon. 1515. 
Eylwyn, William, surgeon. 1537. 
Eylewyn, Henry, tiler. 1544- 
Eyres, John, victualler. 1762. 
Fader, John, baker. 1462. 
Fag, Richard, capper. 1540. 
Fagg, John, clothier. 1623. 
Fagge, Charles, of Mystole, Esquire. 1733. 
Fairman, Richard, victualler. 1754. 
Fairman, William, of Lvnstead, gent. 

1789. 
Falley, William, tailor. 1500. 
Fantynge, Thoma«, couper. 1448. 
Fantyn, Richard, corvesir. 1470. 
Farley, John, }'eoman. 1449. 
Farley, John, vintner. 1760. 
Farley, Henry, breechesmaker. 1765. 
Farley, William, breechesmaker. 1776. 
Farnham, Thomas, chandler. 1414. 
Farre, Edmund, cordwainer. 1646. 
Farr, Michael, coachman. 1768. 
Farrance, John, blacksmith. 1^34. 
Farri<, Charles, tailor. 1789. 
Farris, James, bricklayer. 1789. 
Faulkner, John, victualler. 1772. 
Faunt, Nicholas, chandler. 1438. 
Fea, Robert, victualler. 1783. 
Feild, Christopher, victualler. 1628. 
Fells, John, tailor. 1609. 
Felpes, Richard, butcher. 1580. 
Felton, John. 1662. 
Fenn, James, millwright. 1773. 
Fenner, Rest, bookbinder. 1651. 
Fenton, .Abraham, warehouseman. 1748. 
Ferfludde, John, hatter. 1506. 
Ferry, Samuel, innholder. 1709. 
Ferthyng, Robert. 1393. 
Fetherston, Thomas, merchant. 1597. 
Fidole, Henry, plstor. 1406. 
Finch (Fynchee), John. 1393- 
Fynche, Thomas, currier. 1496. 
Fynche, Richard, gent. 1610. 
Finch, Richard, cutler. 1653. 
Finch, John, of the Borough of St. Martin, 
Cant., labourer. 1656. 



267 



FREEMEN 



268 



Finch, Peter, shopkeeper. 1763. 
Finch, Peter, dealer in wine. t766. 
Find), James, of Bishopsbourne, yeoman. 

.778. 
Finch, Wilham, breeches maker. 1800. 
Fish (Fyssh), Simon, butcher. 1422. 
Fyssh, Henry, butcher. 1+32. 
Fyssh, William, yeoman. 1440. 
Fyssh, John, grocer, i486. 
F)-sshe, William, grocer. 1497. 
Fyssh, John, carpenter. 1514. 
Fisher (Fyssher), William, glazier. 1473. 
F'yssher, Simon, tailor. 1563. 
Fisher, John, carpenter. 1718. 
Fittle, William, weaver. 1647. 
Fitzwater, John, yeoman. 1519. 
Flackden, Andrew, bricklayer. 1591. 
Flatman, Henry, labourer. 1631. 
Flecher, Hugh, fletcher. 1423. 
F'leccher, John, tailor. i497- 
Flelchar, Thomas, innhokier. 1504. 
Fletcher, Stephen, currier. 1548. 
Fletcher. Bernard, barber-surgeon. 1725. 
Flint, Samuel, tailor. 1699. 
Flisher, John, whitesmith. 1733- 
Flisher, William, ironmonger. 1745. 
Flood, Thomas, tinplate worker. 1685. 
Flower, Luke, glazier. 1531. 
Flower, George, tailor. 1615. 
Fly (Flie), Samuel, brazier. 1688. 
Flv, Joseph, brazier. i6q6. 
Fly, James, brazier. 171 8. 
Foade, John, musician. 1652. 
Foarce, Robert, fcUmonger. 1605. 
Fobelyn, Paul, webbe. 1395. 
Fogge, John, miles. 1467- 
Fookys, Stephen, beerbrewer. 1502. 
Foord, Thomas, draper. 1561- 
Forde, Thomas, butcher. 1446. 
Forde, John, butcher. 1446. 
Forrest, John, butcher. 1602. 
Forreter, Richard, tiler. 1544. 
Foster, John, tailor. 1475. 
Foster, James, tailor. 1523. 
Foster, Richard, shoemaker, whose 

youngest child, Agnes, was then one 

year old. 1528. 
Foster, Edward, woollendraper. 1581. 
Foster, Thomas, gardener. 1640. 
Foster, George, joiner. 1695. 
Founteyn, William, corvesir. 1414. 
Fowle, FIdmund, tailor. 1552. 
Fowle, Thom;is, clockmaker. 1609. 
F"owle, Alexander, apothecary. 1637. 
F'owle, Richard, smith. 1054. 
Fowle, Thomas, smith. 1658. 
Fowle, Nicholas, baker. 1670. 
Fowle, George, of Boxley, yeoman. 1 800. 



Fowle, John, of Rainham, yeoman. 1800. 
Fowle, Thomas, of Maidstone, yeoman. 

1800. 
Fowler, Henry, baker. 1523. 
Fowler, Roger, tailor. 1538. 
Fowler, James, maltman. iboi. 
Fowler, William, miller. 1645. 
Fowler, John, baker. 1665. 
Foxe, William, weaver. 1472. 
Fox, Thomas, limeburner. i477- 
Fox, John, armourer. 1521. 
Fox, Henry, shoemaker. 1538. 
Fox, Richard, miller. 1541. 
Fox, Thomas, cordwainer. 1621. 
Foxe, Stephen, husbandman. 1629. 
Fox, John, victualler. 1693. 
Fox, William, victualler. 1732. 
Fox, Robert, carpenter. 1738. 
Fox, Hopkins, of Lynstead, clerk. 1789. 
Foyns, Thomas, joiner. 1547. 
Francis (Franceys), John. 1402. 
Fraunces, Nicholas, saddler, whose voung- 

est child, Walter, was then f of a year 

old. 1527. 
Frances, Thomas, limeburner. 1731. 
Francis, William, surgeon and apothecary. 

■758. 
Francis, Hopkins, tallowchandler. 1760. 
Francis, Hopkins, leathercutter. 1799. 
Frandonendi, Oliver, joiner. 1492. 
Frank, William, joiner. 1461. 
Franck, Thomas, victualler. 1685. 
Franck, Nathaniel, barber. 1723. 
Franckelen, Henry, draper. 1597. 
Fray, Thomas. 1667. 
Fray, Thomas. 1678. 
Free, Peter, blacksmith. 1603. 
Freed, Robert, miller. 1671. 
Freeland, John, glover. 1577. 
Freman, John, smith. 1424. 
Freeman, John, yeoman. 1527. 
Freeman, William, currier. 1696. 
Freeman, Samuel, of London, merchant. 

1761. 
Fremolt, Samuel, brewer. 17 18. 
Fremoult, Joel, gent. 1749. 
French, Thomas, mercer. 1524. 
Frengeham, Henry, tailor. 1534. 
Frenyngham, John, butcher. 1442. 
Frere, Thomas, grocer. 1466. 
Frere, Joseph, baker. 1471. 
Fresshyncourt, Thomas, corvesir. 1490. 
Friend, Barnaby, tailor. 1708. 
Friend, Thomas, bricklayer. 1727. 
Frend, Charles, tailor. 1728. 
Frode, Thomas, butcher. 1455. 
Fry, Robert. 1394. 
Fry, John, gent. 1645. 



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270 



Fryer, Robert, plumber. 1537- 
Fryerson, Edward, maltster. 1623. 
Fryston, William, at Gravelpit. 141 5. 
Fulke, Richard, grocer. 15+6. 
Fuller, William, barber. 1477. 
Fuller, John, mercer. 1535. 
Fuller, John, woollendraper. 1720. 
Fuller, Edward, of Hackington, carver. 

1761. 
Fuller, William, of St. Dunstan's in Kent, 

carpenter. 1777. 
Fuller, Thomas, baker. 1792. 
Furfiode, John, hatmaker. 1482. 
Furley, Robert, victualler. 1800. 
Furner, William, innholder. 1504. 
Furs, Thomas, cutler. 1599. 
Fursdon, Robert, taverner. 1469. 
Furser, Richard, capper. 1563. 
Furser, John, clothworker. 1566. 
Fyche, John, weaver. 1473. 
Fylkes, William, smith. 1507. 
Fyll, Thomas, surgeon. 1519. 
Fill, Edward, grocer. 1800. 
Fynne. Thomas, yeoman. 1463. 
F)nwood, William, shoemaker. 1578. 
Gadsbey, John, carpenter, 1723. 
Gale, Nicholas, tailor. 1621. 
Galley, George, victualler. 1780. 
Gam, John, butcher. 1495. 
Gambeer, Job, potter. 1757- 
Gann, Thomas, victualler. 1777- 
Ganton, James, scrivener. 1470. 
Gardiner, Thomas, brewer. 1411. 
Gardener, Roger, shoemaker. 1550. 
Gardner, Richard, blacksmith. 1675. 
Gardner, Finnis, grocer. 1710. 
Gardner, Thomas, victualler. 1727- 
Garlinge, Nicholas, innholder. 1722. 
Garnar, James, currier. 1544- 
Gararde, William, corvesir. 14S4. 
Garrard, Henry, currier. 1489. 
Garret, John, victualler. 1698. 
Garrett, George, tallowchandler. 1769. 
Gatth, William, tailor. 1653. 
Gascoin, George, butcher. 1675. 
Gaskyn, James, mercer. 1544. 
Gaskyn, Humphrt-y, capper. 1558. 
Gaskyn, Richard, capper. 1558. 
Gate, Thomas, webbe. 1393. 
Gate, John, linenweaver. 1437. 
Gate, John, capper. 1496. 
Gate, Raynold, pewterer. 1534. 
Gates, William, vintner. 1661. 
Gattes, Edward, grocer. 1602. 
Gaze, Henry, victualler. 1795. 
Gee, Henry, cutler. 1796. 
Genes, Thomas, currier. 1405. 
Genet, Walter, saddler. 1529. 



George, Thomas, waxchandler. 1483. 
George, John, vintner. 161 1. 
George, |ohn, yeoman. 1622. 
Germeyn, John, corvesir. 1404. 
Getter, Thomas, beerbrewer. 1569. 
Gibbon, William, gent. 1635. 
Gibbon, William, of St. Paul's, Cant., 

tailor. 1652. 
Gibbon, Jeremiah, victualler. 1670. 
Gibbs (Gybbys), John, scrivener. 1519. 
Gibbs, Richard, vintner. 17 19. 
Gibson, Thomas, woolcomber. 161 6. 
Gibson, William, butcher. 1707. 
Giffard, Peter, pistor. 1397. 
Gilbert (Gylbert), Thomas, scrivener. 1487. 
Gilberd, Thomas, tder. 1500. 
Gylbert, John, mercer. 1528. 
Gylbert, John, yeoman, and, on condition 

that his son Richard is made free, he 

agrees to give 7 loads of lime. 1588. 
Gylbart, John, yeoman. 1601. 
Gilbert, Robert, brewer. 1616. 
Gilbert, Nicholas, fellmonger. 1625. 
Gilbert, Humphry, chandler. 1628. 
Gilbert, Thomas, taimer. 1632. 
Giles, Peter, hackneyman. 1663. 
Giles, Samuel, butcher. 1756. 
Gilham, Thomas, miller. 1674. 
Gilham, Stephen, victualler. 1787. 
Gill (Gylle), Nicholas, upholder. 1419. 
Gyle, William, baker. 1453. 
Gylle, Nicholas, brewer. 1466. 
Gill, Jolm, carpenter. 1633. 
Gill, Joshua, of St. Martin's, Cant., cord- 

wainer. 1654. 
Gill, Thomas, victualler. 1691. 
Gill, William, victualler. 1786. 
Gillett, Daniel, victualler. 1784. 
Gilman, John, hempdresser. 1638. 
Gilman, Richard, vintner. 16S2. 
Gillman, John, wheelwright. 1748. 
Gilmore, Paul, grocer. 1639. 
Gillmore, James, papermaker. 1665. 
Gilmyn (Gylmyn), Robert, hackneyman. 

1534- 
Gilpin, Anthony, victualler. 1718. 
Ginder, Richard, gent. 1656. 
Giraud, Richard Harvey, tallowchandler. 

1790. 
Glaes, William, pewterer. 1568. 
Glocestr, John, waxchandler. 1491. 
Glover, Thomas, grocer. 1527. 
Glover, John, shoemaker. 1560. 
Glyed, Jeflery, tailor. 1566. 
Gobye, John, butcher. 1598. 
Godard, Hugh, fletcher. i433- 
Goddard, John, pewterer. 1497. 
Godfrey, John, joiner. 1478. 



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272 



Godfrey, Edward, mercer. 1548. 

Godfrey, Thomas, mercer. 1549. 

Godyn, Henry. H'T- 

GofFe, John, brewer. 1399. 

Goffe, Andrew, fuller. 14+9. 

Goffe, Thomas, fishmonger. 1482. 

Goffeson, CorneHus, joiner. 1544. 

Gogh, Richard, corvesir. 1489. 

Golde, John. i4°5- 

Golde, Walter, tailor. 1518. 

Golde, William, innholder. 1524. 

Gould, John, butcher. 1644. 

Goldfinch, John, miller. 1704. 

Goldfinch, John, baker [s. of Jane Gold- 
finch, miller]. 17 14. 

Goldfinch, Joseph, grocer. 1792. 

Goldin, Richard, of Westgate, silkweaver. 
1710. 

Goldesboroe, Richard, joiner. 1638. 

Goldsborough, Richard, barber. 1650. 

Goldsmyth, Hugh, spicer. 1395. 

Goldsmyth, William, grocer. i459- 

Goldsmyth, John, clothmaker. i477- 

Goodban, John, victualler. 1790. 

Goodlad, Edmund, innholder. 1524. 

Goodwyne(Guodwyne), John,cissor. 1423. 

Goodwin, John, of Staplegate, labourer. 
1709. 

Good)n, Nicholas, silkweaver. 16 14. 

Gootle, Wdliam, bowyer. 1470. 

(jopel, John, galochemaker. 1407. 

Gore (Goore), Gilbert, weaver. 1599. 

Gore, Augustine, whitesmith. 1732. 

Gorely, James, victualler. 1793. 

Gorram, Richard, couper. 1527. 

Gosebourne, Henry, gent. 1489- 

Gosling, John, shoemaker. 1641. 

Gosmer, John, joiner. 1613. 

Gosse, John, maltster. 1630. 

Gote, Richard. 1396. 

Gourde, Richard, corvesir. 1424- 

Grafton, John, innholder. i486. 

Grant (Graunte), Nicholas, hatter. 1507. 

Graunt, William, barber. 1509. 

Graunt, Walter, blacksmith. 1625. 

Graunt, John, innkeeper. 1641. 

Grant, Walter, vintner. 1649. 

Grant, Richard, carpenter. 1710. 

Graeve, Adrian, baker. 1564. 

Gravener, Robert, chapman. 1577- 

Graye, Henry, blacksmith. 1599. 

Gray, Thomas, cordwainer. 1664. See 
Grey. 

Gregory, Peter, fletcher. 1555. 

Green (Grene), John, chapman. 1425. 

Grene, William, tallowchandler. 1517. 

Grene, John, mercer. 1548. 

Greene, John. 1G68. 



Green, Thomas, victualler. 1798. 
Green, James, toyman. 1800. 
Grener, John, weaver. 161 1. 
Grenehaugh, Francis, linendraper. 1603. 
Grenhell, Thomas, of Throwley. 1405. 
Greenhill, Richard, of Ashford, Kent, 

clockmaker. 1676. 
Greenland, Augustin, victualler. 1763. 
Greenland, John, grocer. 1768. 
Greneleff', Thomas, shoemaker. 1565. 
Grevys, Thomas, tiler. 1544- 
Grey, Robert, butcher. 15 10. 
Grey, Thomas, butcher. 1510. See Gray. 
Griffen, John, brazier, he being of the 

perswasion of a Quaker, but now 

better informed. 1683. 
Griffin, Daniel, haberdasher of small 

wares. 1717. 
Grisbrook, William, plumber and glazier. 

i7<5S- 

Groome, Ralph, victualler. 1672. 

Grove, Ralph, gent. 1592. 

Grove, Abraham, basketmaker. i6og. 

Gryder, William, tailor. is^&- 

Gryme, Margaret. 1483. 

Gryme, William, grocer. 1489. 

Guillam, William, tailor. 16 16. 

Gummer, Thomas, bricklayer. 1766. 

Gunn, Samuel, harnessinaker. 17 14. 

Gurney, Edward, chandler. 1775. 

Guston, John, innholder. 1470. 

Guston, John, butcher. 1504. 

Guston, Edward, butcher. 15 13. 

Guston, Henry, butcher. 15 17. 

Guston, Stephen, butcher. 1522. 

Gydler, John, skinner. 1548. 

Gye, John, stationer. 1560. 

Gyldar, Richard, saddler. 1544. 

Gyse, Lambert, corviser. 1438. 

Habblnge, John, skinner. 1414. 

Hacker, James, carpenter. 1782. 

Hadle, Robert, gent. i477- 

Hadnam, William, tailor. 1623. 

Hadrill, Richard, plasterer. 1771. 

Haffendeii, Richard, cutler. 1689. 

Hagell, William, baker. 1776. 

Halbet, John, silk weaver and mercer. 1757. 

Hale, Richard, cook. 1490. 

Hale, John, innholder. 1491. 

Hale, William, capper. i494- 

Hales, Edward, barber. 1678. 

Halhede, Nicholas, shearman. 1480. 

Halke, Salomon, chandler. 1433. 

Halk, Robert, fuller. 1496. 

Hall (Haule), Thomas. See Bone, Tho- 
mas. 1423- 

Halle, John, minstrel. h^S- 

Halle, Thomas, tailor. 1470. 



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274 



Hall, Thomas, tailor. 1492. 

Halle, Edward, butcher. 14-97. 

Hall, Thomas, tailor. 1539. 

Hawll, John, brewer. 1563. 

Hall, Richard, butcher, for which he 
should have paid 13s. 4d. "but he 
paid but vjs viijd for he ran away." 

'55°- 
Haule, William, shoemaker. 1603. 
Hall, William, tailor. 1626. 
Hall, Richard, butcher. 1630. 
Hall, Daniel, maltster. 1693. 
Hall, James, grocer. 1776. 
Hallibred, Daniel, victualler. 1800. 
Halow, Henry, taverner. 1481. 
Halsey, John, cordwainer. 1767. 
Halsnode, John, tailor. 1609. 
Halsnode, John, tailor, 1633. 
Hambrooke, Stephen, blacksmith. 1651. 
Hainage, Daniel, embroiderer. 1613. 
Hamer, Reginald, cissor. 1420. 
Hamestrevt, Roger, medicus. 1403. 
Hamme, Richard, ferrour. 1438. 
Ham, alias Baker, John, beer brewer. 

1494. 
Hamne, Richard, saddler. 1502. 
Hamon, Alan, corvesir. 1449. 
Hamond, Clement, barber. 1462. 
Hamon, John, yeoman. 1472. 
Hamond, Edward, tailor, 1474. 
Hamonnde, John, junior, brewer. 1485. 
Hamond, Gerva-se, butcher. 1520. 
Hamond, Thomas, tallowchandler. 1551. 
Hammon, Robert, brewer. 1679. 
Hampton, George, tailor. 1548. 
Hangerell, Richard, of Ash. 1393. 
Hanson, John, glazier. 1507. 
Hanson, John, brewer, hath a son called 

John, I A years. 1528. 
Hanys, John, yeoman. 1597. 
Harberson, John, hackneyman. 1519. 
Hardynge, Robert, fuller. 1455. 
Hardyng, William, currier. 1544. 
Harding, Richard, victualler. 1674. 
Hardy, John. 1402. (.?) 
Hareford, Robert. 1404. ^Ve- Hereford. 
Harenden, Nicholas, butcher. 1539. 
Harey, John, couper. 1402. 
Hargrove, Thomas, victualler. 1748. 
Harleseye, John, parchment maker. 1438. 
Harleston, Samuel, hnendraper. 1634. 
Harman, Robert, hardwareman. 1484. 
Harman, Thomas, baskctmaker. 1591. 
Harnett, William, grocer. 1602. 
Harnett, James, maltster. 1739. 
Harnett, William, soapmaker. 1758. 
Harnett, William, currier. 1786. 
Harnhell, John, degher. 1409. 



Harnhell, John, tailor. 1430. 

Harnell, William, of Westgate, tanner. 

1450. 
Harry, Thomas, rotarius. 1420. 
Harrys, John, smith. 147&. 
Harrys, John, beerbrewer. 1489. 
Harryes, Christopher, shearman. 1534. 
Harryes, Joyce, joiner. 1544. 
Harrys, John, millman. 1621. 
Harris, Edmund, tailor, 1664. 
Harris, Joseph, victualler. 1799. 
Harris, William, victualler. 1800. 
Harrvson, Richard, currier, i486. 
Harryson, Joicius, corvesir. 1489. 
Haryson, John, tailor. 1521. 
Haryson, John, shoemaker. 1523 
Haryson, Henr}', glazier. 1525. 
Harrvson, Arnold, currier. 1545. 
Harryson, Arnold, surgeon. 1546. 
Harryson, James, currier. 1547. 
Harrison, Henry, maltster. 1599. 
Harrison, Richard, plumber. 1602. 
Harrison, Richard, pewterer. 1622. 
Harrison, Thomas, staymaker. 1752. 
Harrison, John, carpenter. 1757. 
Harrison, William, of Holy Cross, Cant., 

carpenter. 1761. 
Harrison, Stephen, victualler. 1800. 
Harrod, Thomas, victualler. 1754. 
Harrold, Andrew, brazier. 1710. 
Harsell. Thomas, alehousekeeper. 1654. 
Harte, Thomas, mason. 1455. 
Hart, Richard, smith. 1487. 
Hart, William, smith. 1537. 
Harte, Thomas, tailor. 1621. 
Hart, William, tapster. 1669. 
Hart, Bartholomew, maltster. 1707. 
Hart, Alexander, victualler. 1764. 
Hart, William, pattenmaker. 1781. .SVcHert. 
Hartcup, Jeremiah, innholder. 17 10. 
Hartcup, John, leatherseller. 1721. 
Hartcup, Jeremiah, tavern keeper. 1753. 
Harvey (Harwe), John, surgie'. 1400. 
Hervy, John, brazier. 1446. 
Harvye, John, blacksmith. 161 9. 
Harvey, John, victualler. 1755. 
Harvey, Squire, cornchandler. 1799. 
Hasard, Thomas, corvesir. 1410. 
Haselwode, Thomas, barber. 1529. 
Haslak, George, baker. 15 13. 
Hasted, Moses, tailor. 1671 
Hatt, Simon, hatdresser. 1625. 
Hatter, Lawrence, baker. 1463. 
Haute, William, miles. 1467. 
Hawkes, Richard, tailor. 1621. 
Hawkes, John, maltster. 1662. 
Hawkins, John, baker. 1615. 
Hawkins, Matthew, beer brewer. 1621. 

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276 



Hay John, tailor. 1493. 

Hayn', John, tailor. 1393. 

Haywerd, Thomas, broiderer. 1404. 

Hayward, Walter, skinner. 1439. 

Hayward, Robert, tailor. 1487. 

Hayward, Humphry, shoemaker. iSS9- 

Hayward, John, linendraper. 1698. 

Hayward, Edward, linen draper. 1716. 

Hayward, George, blacksmith. 174'. 
Set Heyward. 

Heahe, Thomas, carnifex. 1403. 

Heard, Francis, medal maker. 1601. 

Heard, Edward, innholder. 1782. 

Heath (Hethe), John, taverner. 1414. 

Heth, John, shearman. 1544. 

Heath, George, staymaker. 1793. 

Heaton, Thomas, scrivener. 1560. 

Hedland, Robert, shoemaker. 1582. 

Heler, William, of Holy Cross Without, 
Cant., tanner. i4-i>j. 

Heley, Humphry, draper. 1447. 

Hempstede, William, weaver, 1466. 

Hempstede, Henry, weaver. 1497. 

Henden, John, husbandman. 1447. 

Henden, Edward, currier. 1541. 

Henderson, William, victualler. 1697. 

Hendrj'ch, Thomas, chapman. 1449. 

Hened, William, skinner. 1405. 

Henhorne, Richard, miller. 1502. 

Henhorne, William, bell-ringer. 1505. 

Henhorns. Thomas, miller. 1489. 

Henwood, James, innholder. 1796. 

Herbaldoun, John, cissor. 1414. 

Herbert, Edward, smith. 1596. 

Herbert, George, currier. 1719. 

Herde, John, baker. 1537. 

Herdes, Robert, barber. 1588. 

Here, William, brewer. 1406. 

Hereford, William, corvesir. 1440. 

Hereford, John, ferror. 1446. Set- Hare- 
ford. 

Heryngton, Martin, yeoman. 1540. 

Herman, Geoffrey, ostler. 1426. 

Herman, Thomas, glazier. 1428. 

Hern, John, butcher, had then one son, 
John, of the age of 7 years. 1526. 

Herring, Nathaniel, tobacco-pipe maker. 
1683. 

Herry, Alexander, fuller. 1414. 

Hert, Thomas, mason. HS'- 

Hert, Richard, draper. 1472. 

Hert, John, tailor. 1477. See Hart. 

Herward, Philip, tailor. i47^- 

Hewet, Thomas, furbisher. 1480. 

Heyfold, Henry, carpenter. 1544. 

Heyme, Edward. 1394. 

Heyne, John, tailor. 1393. 

Heyward, Walter, pelterer. 1419. 



Heyward, John, brewer. 1443. 

Heyward, Thomas, shoemaker. 1607. See 
Hayward. 

Hickman, Matthew, gunmaker. 1644. 

Hickman, HenryVVilliam, staymaker. 1782 

Hicks (Hyckes), Richard, grocer. 1550. 

Hicks, William, grocer. 1757. 

Hiewes (Hewet in the margin) William, 
currier. 141 1. 

Higgens, Dunston, blacksmith. 1627. 

Highmore (Hyghmore), Richard, inn- 
holder. 1505. 

Hill (Hyll), Robert, chandler. 1478. 

Hyll, Henry, tailor. 15 19. 

Hill, Francis, yeoman. 1638. 

Hill, William, 'victualler. 1783. 

Hill, John, victualler. 1787. 

Hills (Hylls), Thomas, smith. 1524. 

Hills, John, yeoman. 1530. 

Hylles, John, tailor. 1561. 

Hylles, Thomas, clothworker. 1570. 

Hilles, Lancelot, blacksmith. 1587. 

Hills, James, victualler. 1666. 

Hills, Thomas, miller. 1687. 

Hills, John, victualler. 1690. 

Hills, John, grocer. 1750. 

Hills, James, victualler. 1794. 

Hills, John, butcher. 1798. 

Hilton, Cudbert, carpenter. 1632. 

Hilton, Thomas Gibbs, of Selling, 
Esquire. 1800. 

Hinde, John, of Milton near Sitting- 
bourne, gent. 1789. 

Hinton, James, victualler. 1794. 

Hirst, Edward, gent. 1651 

Hoare (Hore), Edward, victualler. 1692. 

Hoare, Edward, tailor. 1715. 

Hobbes, John, butcher. 15 14. 

Hobbs, Edward, woolcomber. 1734. 

Hobble, William, scrivener, 1546. 

Hobday, Hercules, victualler. 1736. 

Hobday, Stephen, grocer. 175 i. 

Hobday, William, maltster. 1765. 

Hoby, Arthur, skinner. 1438. 

Hocche, Thomas, carnifex. 1403. 

Hocker, John, collarmaker. 1597. 

Hockar, William, collarmaker. 1622. 

Hodes, William, shearman. 1593. 

Hodges, Basil, carpenter. 1797. 

Hodghen, Thomas, vintner. 1713. 

Hodson, Thomas, miller. 1597. 

Hogbeane, John, linendraper. 1584. 

Hogben, Thomas, beer brewer. 1617. 

Hogg, Robert, skinner. 1393. 

Hogge, William, mason. 1438. 

Hoge, Symon, clerk. 1506. 

Holbak, John, barber-surgeon. 1398. 

Holbeche, John, of Sarre, cissor. 1420. 



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278 



Hole, William, butcher. 1522. 
Holladay (Hollyday), Robert, linen- 
draper. 1728. 
Holladay, Stephen, cabinet maker. 1786. 
Holladay, John, victualler. 1795. 
Holland (Holand), William, shoemaker. 

Holland, Edward, tipler. 1574- 

Hollands, Charles, corn factor. 1786. 

Hollenden, Andrew, braizer. ib37. 

Hollingbery (Holyngbery), William, 
vintner. 1515. 

Hollingberry, John, maltster. 1699. 

Hollingberry, Richard, maltster. 1710. 

Hollingberry, William, cabinet maker. 
1791. 

Holmes (Hollmes), Thomas, beer brewer. 
•558. 

Holmes, Thomas, butcher. 1625. 

Holnest, Thomas, carpenter. 1473. 

Honnis, William, brewer. 1616. 

Holness, William, glover. 1692. 

Holnes, Edward, millener. 1695. 

Holness, Richard, cooper. 1773. 

Holte, William, yeoman. 1550. 

Howlet, Richard, carpenter. 1563. 

Holwey, John, mason. 1490. 

Honor, Stephen, draper. 1424. 

Honoree, James, grocer. 1795. 

Hooker, Thomas, butcher. 1678. 

Hoope, Robert, innholder. 1558. 

Hope, William, gent. 1476. 

Hope, Frederick, stocking-yarn maker. 
1666. 

Hopkyn, Ralph, shearman. 1504. 

Hopkyns, John, innholder. 1568. 

Hopkins, Thomas, gardener. 1708. 

Hopper, Daniel, butcher. 1643. 

Hopper, William, victualler. 1753. 

Hormanson, Albert, corvesir. 1457. 

Home, Nathaniel, silkweaver. 1693. 

Horn, John, butcher. 1738. 

Horn, Carr, butcher. 1747. 

Horn, John, Junior, victualler. 1766. 

Horsley, John, baker. 1476. 

Hosmer, Joseph, baker. 1796. 

Hovenden, John, cooper. iS99- 

Howe. Anthony, hackneyman. 1568. 

How, William, victualler. 1708. 

Howard, John, grocer. 1767. 

Howell, Simon, brewer. 1642. 

Howland, Adrian, bricklayer. 1618. 

Howland, Edward, victualler. 1728. 

Howlet, Thomas, textwriter, alias scriv- 
ener. 1463. 

Howlet, Richard, victualler. 1696. 

Howloe, Robert, homebaker. 1455. 

Howman, Richard, shoemaker. 1554. 



Howtyng, Stephen, ostclothmaker. 1428. 
Hubbard, Richard, hackneyman. 1606, 
Hubberd, John, clothworker. 1646. 
Hubbard, Richard, victualler. 1798. 
Hubbard, William, victualler. 1798. 
Hudson, Robert, carpenter. 1645. 
Huetson, Thomas, bricklayer. 1540. 
Huggett, Richard, glover. 1753. 
Hughes, Thomas, silversmith. 1783. 
Hugyn, Thomas, cissor. 1401. 
Hulks, Nathaniel, grocer. 1788. 
Humfrey (Hwmffrey), Richard, miller. 

ISS9- 
Homfree, William, pointmaker. 1599. 
Humphrey, John, victualler. 1751. 
Hunte, Thomas, barber. 1395. 
Hunte, Richard, clerk. 1403. 
Hunte, Robert, tailor. 1465. 
Hunt, John, tailor. i479- 
Hunt, Thomas, dyer. 1490. 
Hunt, William, mason. 1523. 
Hunte, Richard, saddler. 1527. 
Hunte, Robert, tallow chandler. 1548. 
Hwntt, Thomas, tailor. 1559. 
Hunt, Larrance, barber. J 561. 
Hunt, Thomas, barber. 1597. 
Hunt, Nicholas, maltster. 161 1. 
Hunt, James, butcher. 1638. 
Hunt, William, feltmaker. 1668. 
Hunt, Jacob, silk weaver. 1670. 
Hunt, George, upholster. 1692. 
Hunt, Thomas, cutler. 1734. 
Huntelene, Thomas, carpenter. 1405. 
Hunton, Henry, mercer. 1506 
Hutchins, John, grocer. 1788. 
Hutton, Robert, smith. 1492. 
Huysson, Michael, skinner. 1544. 
Hyder, James, cobbler. 1602. 
Hyett, James, woolcomber. 1723. 
Idenden, John. 1461. 
Iggleden, Stephen, victualler. 1795. 
listen, Richard, glover. 1406. 
Inge, Thomas, cissor. i4^5- 
Ingland, Richard, tailor. 1548. 
Ingram, Abel, victualler. 1708. 
Inwood, William, musicianer. 1627. 
Ireland, Henry, vintner. 1728. 
Ireland, William, surgeon and apothecary. 

1743- 
Isaac, Joseph, victualler. 1765. 
Ive (lue), Adam. 1400. 
Ive, John, taverner. 141 5. 
Iveyson, William, victualler. 1744. 
Iveyson, Richard, whitesmith. 1748. 
Iwry, John, tailor. 1440. 
Jackeson, Thomas, tailor. 1508. 
Jackson, Robert, innholder. 1607. 
Jackson, Benjamin, ironmonger. 1627. 



279 



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280 



Jackson, James, clothier. 1630. 
Jackson, William, victualler. 1763. 
Jacob, Richard, upholder. 1415. 
Jacobe, Roger, shoemaker. 1564. 
Jacob, Edward, apothecary. 1706. 
Jagger, Robert, carpenter. 1708. 
Jakys, John, vintner. 1502. 
James (Jamys\ John, butcher. 15 17. 
James, John, hackneyman. 1655. 
James, John, butcher. 1662. 
Jamyson, Matthew, 1534. 
"jarman, Richard, cordwainer. 165 i. 
Jarman, Norton, blacksmith. 1718. 
Jarman, William, victualler. 1756. 
Jefferay, William, plumber. 15 15. 
Jefferay, George, tailor. 1542. 
Jeffory, Edward, tailor. 1648. 
Jeken, Valentine, gent. 17 12. 
Jeken, John, gent. 1737. 
jemmeit, George, yeoman. 1596. 
Jemmett, John, clothier. 1613. 
"jenkin, Thomas, woollendrapcr. 1659. 
Jenkinson (Jynkynson), William, saddler. 

1563- 
Jenkinson, Ralph, victualler. 1642. 
Jennyngs, John, barber. 1564. 
Jennings, Thomas, victualler. 1728. 
Jennings, Daniel, staymaker. 1758. 
Jennings, John, butcher. 1774. 
John, Thomas, tailor. 1479. 
Johnson, Nicholas, corviser. 1464. 
lohnson, Peter, corviser. 1474. 
Johnson, Gerard, corviser. 1476. 
Johnson, Cornelius, corvesir. 1489. 
Johnson, Peter, cowper. 1496. 
Johnson, Anthony, haberdasl)er. 1502. 
"Johnson, John, mercer. 15 18. 
Johnson, Robert, shoemaker. 1527. 
Jonson, Robert, barber. 1544. 
Johnson, Paul, maltman. 1574. 
Johnson, Esdras, stationer. 1594. 
Johnson, Lawrence, hempdresser. 1620. 
Johnson, Bartholomew, innholder. 1649. 
Johnson, Thomas, bricklayer. 1782. 
Jolmson, Thomas, victualler. 1783. 
Jonah, Joseph, victualler. 1708. 
Jonas, Richard, physician. 1538. 
Jones, Lewis, baker. 1543. 
Jones, John, tailor. 1575. 
Jones, Hugh, the younger, tailor. 1579. 
Jones, Henry, innkeeper. 1653. 
Jones, William, of Harbledown, yeoman. 

'747- 
Jones, Joseph, victualler. 1762. 
Jones, William, draper and tailor. 1795. 
Jope, William, butcher. 1534. 
Jordan, Thomas, tiler. 1490. 
Jurden, Roger, cutler. 1553. 



Jurden, John, tailor. 1590. 
Jorden, "Thomas, gent. 1616. 
Jorden, Henry, senior, lathcleaver. 1705. 
Jorden, William, vintner. 1736. 
Jordan, John, victualler. 1781. 
Joy, Bartholomew, shoemaker. 1539. 
Joyce, Edmund, barber-surgeon. 1632. 
Juddery, Andrew, innholder. 1722. 
Jull, John, weaver. 1499. 
Justice, Nicholas, plumber. 1622. 
Justice, Edward, plumber. 1654. 
Kachoreli, John, draper. 1447. 
Kavell, Robert, shearman. 1480. See 

Kevell. 
Kay, William, saddler. 1734. 
Kay, John, victualler. 1747. See Key. 
Kaylway {?), John, mercer. 1591. 
Kebble, John, mason. 1606. 
Kedman, Stephen, victualler. i;'67. 
Keeler, John, coachmaker. 1782. 
Keeling, Thomas, victualler. ib8i. See 

Kyllyng. 
Keen, George, salesman. 1766. 
Keene, William, chemist and druggist. 

'779- 
Keet, John, butcher. 1741. 
Kele, Thomas, stainer. 1548. 
Kelsall, William, fishmonger. 1475. 
Kelsam, John, grocer. 1534. 
Kelsey, Thomas, smith. 1549. 
Kember, John, shoemaker. 1514. 
Kempe, Robert, chandler. 1467. 
Kemp, Robert, of Heme, butcher. 1528. 
Kempe, Isaac, brewer. 1610. 
Kemp, William, victualler. J721. 
Kendale, John, yeoman. 147^- 
Kendall, William, barbt-r. 1474. 
Kenn, George, carpenter. 1655. 
Kennarii, Hamond, shoemaker. 1543. 
Kennardy, Richard, tailor. J613. 
Kennett (Kenet), William, apothecary. 

1427. 
Kynet, Robert, butcher. 1472. 
Kennett, William, butcher. 1590. 
Kennett, John, maltster. 1706. 
Kennett, John, leathercutter. 1795. 
Kennon, Samuel, of Holy Cross, Cant., 

plateworker. 1661. 
Kensham, Nicholas, cook. 1600. 
Kenton, Richard, weaver. 1472. 
Keicherel, David, merchant. 1729. 
Kevell, John, tador. 1544. .Str Kavell. 
Key, Obadiah, tailor. 1669. See Kay. 
Keys, Robert, carpenter. 1559. 
Kidder, Edward, pastry cook. 1689. 
King (Kyng), William, corvesir. 1404. 
Kyng, William, smith. 1434. 
Kyng, Thomas, mercer. 1525. 



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282 



Kynge, Thomas, butcher. 1559. 
Kynge, Thomas, cutler. 1561. 
King, John, victualler. i6b8. 
King, Edward, victualler. 1689. 
King, George, baker. 1768. 
Kyngesdowne, John, butcher. i544- 
Kingj-ford, William, of Chartham, Esquire. 

1761. 
Kingsmill (Kyngesmell), James, vintner. 

1472. 
Kyngsmyll, Augustine, gent., paid a fine 
of ;^4 for "vitling without a lycens." 
1613. 
Kingsmill, Daniel, victualler. 1694. 
Kingsnood (Kyngsnood), John, cloth- 
worker. 1566. 
Kyngsnodd, Daniel, turner. 161 1. 
Kippinge, Thomas. 141 1. 
Kingstonne, Thomas, hackneyman. 1572. 
Kirby (Kyrby), Harry, tailor. 1563. 
Kirby, William, victualler. 1752. 
Kirke (Kyrke), John, tailor. 1562. 
Kirkby (Kyrkeby),William, brazier. 1461. 
Kyrkby, John, yeoman. 1607. 
Kirkby, George, printer. 1768. 
Kirkby, Henry, stationer. 1769- 
Kisser, Samuel, clockmaker. 17 13. 
Kitchen, John, butcher. 1643. 
Kitchingman, William, brewer. 1767. 
Kite, Michael, butcher. 1647. 
Kite, William, victualler. 1793. 
Knap, William, butcher. 1737. 
Knell, John, yeoman. 1656. 
Knight (Knygth). Richard, webbe. 1414. 
Knyght, John, goldsmith. 1446. 
Knyght, Reginald, mason. 1452. 
Knyght, Reginald, haberdasher. 1487. 
Kn'}ght, Peter, butcher. 1490. 
Knyght, Richard, mercer. 1498. 
Knyght, William. 1589. 
Knight, Joshua, gent. 1627. 
Knight, Francis, cooper. 1638. 
Knight, Henry, gent. 1643. 
Knight, Francis, cordwainer. 1690. 
Knightsmith (Knyghtsmyth), John, 

barber. 1568. 
Knott.Thomas, tobacco-pipemaker. 1659. 
Knowler, George, brewer. 1692. 
Knowler, John. 1703. 
Knowler, Thomas, surgeon. 17 10. 
Knowler, Thomas, of St. Dunstan's in 

Kent, Esquire. 1761. 
Knowles, Isaac, clothier. 1602. 
Knowles, Robert, of Staplegate, tailor. 

1657-8. 
Knowles, Daniel, carpenter. 1779. 
Knype, John, tailor. 1477. 
Koe, William, weaver. 141 7. 



Koe, Thomas, cutler. 1419- 

Krykke, John. 145 1. 

Kyllyng,' Thomas, capper. 1549. Sfe 

Keeling. 
Lacey, James, vintner. 1720. 
Lacy, George, gent. 1760. 
Lacy, George, the younger, cutler. 1783. 
Lad, William, tailor. 1393- 
Ladd, Stephen, coachman. 1664. 
Ladd, George, coachman. 1069. 
Ladd, John, wheelwright. 1761. 
Lade (Laadd), John, tailor. 1610. 
Lade, John, grocer. 171 1. 
Lade, "Michael, goldsmith. 1722. 
Lade, Thomas, salter, [s. of Thomas 

Lade of Heme, yeoman.] 1724. 
Laey, Charles, medicus. 1507. 
Laggett, Thomas, upholster. 1683. 
Lake, Edward, victualler. 1730. 
Lamb, Mark, victualler. 1727. 
Lambard, James, merchant. 1449. 
Lambard, Thomas, haberdasher. 1472. 
Lamberd, John. 1507. 
Lamberd, William, shoemaker. 1629. 
Lambard, John, plasterer. 1799- 
Lambherst, John, haberdasher. 1481. 
Laiiibeiherst, Thomas, tailor. 1485. 
Lamberherst, John, grocer. 1500. 
Lambert, Giles, joiner. 1613. 
Lambert. William, victualler. 1720. 
Lambesyn, John. 1393. 
Lambourne, John, pewterer. 1439- 
Lame, Thomas, glover. 1567. 
Landman, Henry, victualler. 1650. 
Landman, Edward, brewer. 1660. 
Lands, lohn, victualler. 1798. 
Lane, Humphry, victualler. 1671. 
Lane, Josiah, ironmonger. 1694- 
Langedon. Thomas. 1400. 
Langfyld, Nicholas, oatmealmaker. i 575. 
Langle, Robert, saddler. 1427. 
Langley, John, minstrel. 1455. 
Langnase, Nicholas. 1398. 
Larking, John, brazier. 1761. 
Lasshynden, Thomas, mercer. 1559. 
Lather, John, hackneyman. 1606. 
Latter, John, corvesir. 1489. 
Latter, John, painter. 1515. 
Latter, John, butcher. 1707. 
Lawe, Thomas, cordwainer. 1630. 
Laweyn, Robert, teghelar. 1425. 
Lawrens, John, baker. 1420. 
Laurence, William, tailor. 1500. 
Laurence, Robert, joiner, who has a son, 

John, i yere old. 1527. 
Laurence, Thomas, painter. 1652. 
Lawrence, John, victuallt-r. 1777. 
Lawrence, William, shopkeeper. 1785. 



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FREEMEN 



284 



Lawrence, Robert, victualler. 1797. 
Lawson, John, yeoman. 17 10. 
Layte, Joseph, feltmaker. 1657. 
Layton, John, homebaker. 1477. 
Lea, William, beerbrewer. 1632. 
Leach, John, of Lincoln's Inn, Esquire. 

1790. 
Leche, John, fuller. 1414-. 
Leche, John, cook. 1469. 
Ledger, [blank], husbandman. 1662. 
Ledger, Stephen, victualler. 1684. 
Lee, John, fellmonger. 1610. 
Lee, [blank], grocer, paid £s, part of 

£10, but he was never admitted, and 

hath since left the city. 1653. See 

Lea. 
Leede, Christopher, clothworker. 1554. 
Leedes, William, baker. 161 5. 
Leek's, Gilbert. 1395. 
Leke, George, saddler. 1544. 
Leeke, Peter, yeoman. i6ig. 
Leake, William, innholder. 1707. 
Legeyt, Robert, gent. 1749- 
Leggett, Robert Hayes, haberdasher. 

1786. 
Lellysden, William, brewer. 1467. 
Lyllysden, Richard, draper. 1482. 
Lemet, John, butcher. 1563. 
Lemyngton, John. 1394- 
Lenard, John, butcher. 1482. 
Leonard, Ralph, whitesmith. 1603. 
Leonard, John, labourer. 1651. 
Lepine, Daniel, silkweaver. 1725. 
Lested, John, mercer. 1542. 
Letton, Thomas, smith. 17 12. 
Lewington, Robert, victualler. 1737. 
Lewknor, James, haberdasher. 1616. 
Lewty, William, tailor. 1561. 
Lewys, John, haberdasher. 1467. 
Lewys, William, haberdasher. 1469. 
Lewys, Richard, of Monkton, yeoman. 

'53°- 
Lewys, Nicholas, skinner. 1534. 
Lewes, John, silk dyer. 1599. 
Lewes, Leonard, butcher. 1614. 
Ley, Thomas, vintner. 1564. 
Lipyeat, Charles, tailor. i6gi. 
Lishman, William, of Sittingbourne, 

innkeeper. 1800. 
Litchfield, Thomas, victualler. 1690. 
Little, Jarman, tailor. 1650. 
Littlewood, John, chemist and druggist. 

1771. _ 

Lockhart, William, cordwainer. 1770. 
Lockeley, Richard, vintner. 1602. 
Lockyer, Thomas, victualler. 1744. 
Lodge, William, victualler. 1748. 
Lofty, William, surgeon. 1741. 



Loftie, Arthur Skeere, linendraper. 1769. 

Lollam, John, brazier. 1496. 

London, John, chandler. 1445. 

London, Peter, grocer. 1542. 

London, Thomas, shoemaker. 1562. 

London, John, goldsmith. 1564. 

Long, Richard, tailor. 1540. 

Long, Abraham, tailor. 1590. 

Longborn, Rowland, victualler. 1690. 

Longley, Benjamin, butcher. 1681. 

Looke, George, victualler. 1661. 

Lord, John, draper. 1433. 

Lott, Walter, butcher. 1581. 

Lott, John, maltster. 1665. 

Lott, John, maltster. 1684. 

Lott, Richard, victualler. 1700. 

Lott, Thomas, gunmaker. 1763. 

Love, Henry, dyer. 1684. 

Love, John, victualler. 1685. 

Lovel, John, brewer. 1427. 

Loveryk, John, saddler. 1467. 

Lowe, Thomas, hackneyman. 1554. 

Lowen, Thomas, innholder. •777. 

Loy, John, mason. 141 1. 

Loy, Robert, tailor. 1443. 

Lucas, John, tailor. 1551. 

Lucas, John, butcher. 1641. 

Lukke, Simon, fuller. 1476. 

Luck, Thomas. 1684. 

Luddington, John, the younger, victualler. 

1707. 
Luddington, Joseph, victualler. 1717. 
Ludlow, John, haberdasher of hats. 1 644. 
Luffe, Thomas, haberdasher. 1406. 
Lupton, John, hackneyman. 1526. 
Lushington, John, leatherseller. 1690. 
Lybard, John, minstrel. 1544. 
Lyd, Walter, capper. 1530. 
Lye, John, glover. 1559. 
Lygham, Thomas, capper. 1528. 
Lyght, Robert, smith. 1545. 
Lyham, Andrew, yeoman. 171 1. 
Lylly, John, glover. 1544. 
Lymmynge, Henry, ferrier. 1410. 
Lymyter, Thomas, haberdasher. 1544. 
Lynch, Richard. 1397. 
Lynch, John, butcher. 1420. 
Lynche, Nicholas. 1501. 
Lyncoln, Richard, baker. 1488. 
Lynde, Constancia. See Bertyn, Con- 

stancia. 1455. 
Lyndregge, Stephen, yeoman. 1453. 
Lyndsey, Thomas, corvesir. 1467. 
Lyndesey, Robert, chandler. 1479. 
Lynsey, Robert, capper. 1561. 
Lynthewode, Edward, bowyer. 1544. 
Lyon, John. 1397. 
Lyon, Christopher, grocer. 1468. 



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286 



Lyon, Nicholas, shoemaker. 1497. 
Lyon, Wilham, smith. 1560. 
Lyon, Robert, smith. 1589. 
Lyster, Nicholas, tailor. 1555. 
Lythall, William, weaver. 161 1. 
Lithall, William, baker. 1630. 
Lytherland, William, butcher. 1552. 
Lytylwode, Roger, tailor. 15+4. 
Mace, William, victualler. 1701. 
Macmillen, John, linendraper. 1765. 
Rlackfarlen, Peter, barber-surgeon. 1715. 
Madox, Hugh, whitebaker. 1626. 
Maddux, John, baker. 1630. 
Maddox, Richard, limeburner. 1731. 
Maddockes, Charles, victualler. 1760. 
Maine, Richard, gardener. 17 10. 
Maine, Richard, tailor. 1719. 
Maior, Reginald, tailor. 1608. 
Makeblythe, Thomas, barber. 1544. 
Maknade, Henry. 1402. 
Malmayn, John, taverner. 1473. 
Mampas, Henry, victualler. 1737. 
Man, John, of Westgate street, i486. 
Man, John, scrivener. 1551. 
Man, Thomas, brewer. 1636. 
Manfeld, William, tailor. 1465. 
Mannfreys, Geoffrey, tailor. i447- 
Manley, Robert, yeoman. 1628. 
Mandley, Mr. William, gent. 1651. 
Mantle, Thomas, grocer. 1734. 
Mantle, Edward, victualler. '776. 
IMaple, Nicholas, weaver. 16 16. 
Marbeck, Richard, vintner. 1582. 
Marble, Richard, brazier. 1605. 
March, Robert, surgeon. 14 14. 
Marchal, John, goldsmith. 1393. 
Marchal, Thomas, waxchandler. i4'4- 
Marchall, William, shearman. 1551. 
Marcham, John, of Sandwich. 1400. 
Marcham, Richard, coachmaker. 165 i. 
Marchaunt, Thomas. 1393. 
Mardyn, Walter, skinner. 1424. 
Markes, Robert, tailor. 1548. 
Marie, John, of Holy Cross Without, 

Cant., tanner. 1467. 
Marlow, Thomas, roper. 1478. 
Marre, Thomas, beerbrewer. 15 15. 
Marrable, James, bricklayer. 1663. 
Marrable, John, bricklayer. 1676. 
Marrech, John, plumber. 1401. 
Marsh, Thomas, maltster. 1604. 
Marsh, Richard, yeoman. 161 6. 
Marsh, John, carpenter. 1634. 
Marsh, Robert, dyer. 1690. 
Marsh, John, carpenter. 1699. 
Marsh, William, the younger, victualler. 

'783- 
Marsh, Thomas, baker. 1793. 



Marshall, Thomas, pewterer. 1601. 

Marshall, Richard, of Holy Cross, Cant, 
carpenter. 1769. 

Marshall, William, cordwainer. 1771. 

Marshman, Peter, collarmaker. 1661. 

Marsk, John, tailor. 1524. 

Martyn, Thomas. 141 2. 

Martyn, Robert, chandler. 141 8. 

Martyn, Nicholas, bowyer. 1447. 

Martyn, Thomas, tailor. i453- 

Martyn, Robert, waxchandler. 1455. 

Martyn, Geoffrey, yeoman. 1472. 

Martyn, Robert. H77- 

Martyn, John, waxchandler. 1487- 

Martyn, Robert, goldsmith. 1495. 

Martyn, John, of Fordwich. 1498. 

Marten, Christopher, smith. 1518. 

Martyn, Peter, shearman. iSS'- 

Martin, William, cordwainer. 1699. 

Martin, Benjamin, draperand tailor. 1777. 

Mascall, John, draper. 1457. 

Mascall, John, shearman. 1517. 

Mascall, Richard, brewer. 1652. 

Mason, Thomas, barber. 1563. 

Massyngham, John, carver. 1432. 

Master (Maister), William, shoemaker. 
1503- 

Maister, Richard, clothmaker. 1518. 

Masters, William, seedsman. 1798. 

Masterson, Daniel, grocer. 16 17. 

Mather, William, musician. 1639. 

Mathew, John, chandler. 1465. 

Mathewe, Thomas, mason. 1497. 

Mathewe, Richard, baker. 1540. 

Mathews, Henry, of St. Dunstan's in 
Kent, bricklayer. 1785. 

Matthews, Stephen, merchant. '753. 

Mawghyn, alias Mayhn, Clement, haber- 
dasher of small wares. 1608. 

Maxhew, John, chandler. 143^- 

Maxted, Henry, victualler. 1761. 

May, Roger, clothworker. 1544. 

May, George, apothecarj'. 1560. 

Maye, Richard, innholder. 1621. 

Maye, Paul, carpenter. 1638. 

May, Thomas, tailor. 1688. 

May, Robert, victualler. 1708. 

May, Robert, victualler. 1756. 

May, John, tailor. 1777. 

Maydeston, Richard, pistor. 1394. 

Mayhew, Robert, victualler. 1752. 

IMayum, Richard, brewer. 1636. 

Mead, Richard, butcher. 1760. 

Mears, Thomas, maltster. 1773. 

Mears, John, china and glass seller. 1784. 

Medew, George, glover. 1452. 

Megge, William, smith. 1484. 

Mercer, Thomas, capper. 1544. 



287 



FREEMEN 



288 



Mercer, John, tailor, for 20/-, on con- 
dition that he take Williams, his 
wife's son app. for 8 yrs. 161 3. 

Mercrr, Francis, maltster. 1713- 

Merefelde, William, butcher. 1394. 

Merriam, Edward, cordwainer. 1627. 

Merrin, John, victualler. 1761. 

Merssch. John. Mq3. 

Merywery, John, barber. 1420. 

Mesyng, John. 1443. 

Metford. William, fuller. 1530. 

Mett, William, yeoman. 1500. 

Mewpham, Thomas, butcher. 1478. 

Meyerman, Martin, goldsmith. 1460. 

Meyr, Robt-rt, corvesir. 1405- 

Meyuell, Charles, vintner. 17 12. 

Michell (Mychell), James, shiregrynder. 
1528. 

Michell, William, cordwainer. 1627. 

Midleton, Thomas, yeoman. 161 i. 

Middleton, Arthur, victualler. 1698. 

Miles (Myles), Stephen, pistor. 1410. 

Myles, William. 1507. 

Miles, Henry, weaver. 1609. 

Myles, Richard, carpenter. 161 1. 

Miles, Richard, feltmaker. 1656. 

Miles, John, maltster. 1710. 

Miles, William, innholder. 1787. 

Milkrhouse, Henry, of Littlebourne, 
butcher. 1475- 

Mill (Mylle), William, taverner. 1469. 

Myll, Humphry, haberdasher. 15 14. 

Millams, George, of Sheldwich, butcher. 
1761. 

Millere, Thomas, goldsmith. 1428. 

Myllar, Hugh, glover. 1566. 

Miller, Edward, woollendraper. 1752. 

Milles (Myllis), Simon, weaver. 1501. 

Mylles, John, tailor. 1548. 

Mylles, George, yeoman. 1559. 

Mylles, Nicholas, grocer. 1560. 

Mylles, Henry, weaver. 1602. 

Mylles, Robert, yeoman. 161 o. 

Mills, Thomas, butcher. 1725. 

Milles, Christopher, of London, Esquire. 
1761. 

Millward, John, yeoman. 1673. 

Millward, John, keeper of the prison at 
Westgate. 1 674. 

Milton, Henry. 1438. 

Minshawe, Thomas, cook. 1665. 

M inter, Henry, victualler. 1694. 

Minter, Edward, smith. 1759. 

Mitchell, )ohn, miller. 1691. 

Mocket, Robert, brewer. 1598. 

Mody, Edmond, rotarius. 1418. 

Mody, Robert, wheeler. 1434. 

Mody, John, saddler. 1444. 



Mokote, William, cook. 1434. 

Molde, John, butcher. 1548. 

Molte, John, tailor. 1523. 

Moly, John, coupe'. 1423. 

Mond, Walter, clothier. 1637. •S'f^Mund. 

Mondenne, Nicholas. 1425. 

Monden, Richard, surgeon. 1442. 

Monro, William, cordwainer. 1747. 

Monyn, John. 1409. 

Moone, Joseph, chandler. 1598. 

Moone, Thomas, yeoman. 1616. 

More, Roger, miller. 1460. 

Moore, George, joiner. 1561. 

Moore, Richard, smith. 1573. 

Moore, William, porter dealer. 1800. 

Morkyn, Thomas, painter. 1 5 1 5. 

Morle, William, fuller. 1414. 

Morle, Simon, vintner. '438- 

Morle, Thomas, fuller. 1459- 

Morris (Morys), Thomas, yeoman. 1464. 

Morys, William, fuller. 1468. 

Morris, Henry, collier. 1616. 

Morris, James, victualler. 1696. 

Morris, Robert, of West Langdon, 

labourer. 1776. 
Morysson, Richard, tailor. 1466. 
Morseye, Henry, draper. 143". 
Morton, John, of S. Paul's, Cant., 

yeoman. 1440. 
Morton, Richard, pointmaker. 1551. 
Mose, John, of Winchepe. 1424. 
Moss, William, carpenter. 1793. 
Mote, Robert, beerbrewer. 1477. 
Mott, Rawlings, painter. 1702. 
Mounte, John, tailor. 1425. 
Mount, Richard, collar maker. 1733. 
Mount, Richard, gent. 1789. 
Moyne, John, dealer in horses. 1761. 
Moyse, Elimelech, bricklayer. 1593. 
Moyse, Henry, bricklayer. 1621. 
Moyes, Simon, of Sheerness, shipwright. 

1761. 
Mulior, Thomas, pistor. 1406. 
Mulwode, Roger (?) mercer. 1442. 
Mund, John, clothier. 1636. Sue Mond. 
Munne, John, grocer. 1657. 
Munn, Thomas, innholder. 1729. 
Murrele, William, skinner. 1405- 
Musred, John, brewer. 1664. 
Mydden, Henry, victualler. 1600. 
Mylduall, Richard, tanner. i49'- 
Mylner, John, shoemaker. 1605. 
Myn, Thomas, victualler. 1726. 
Mynot, Simon, cook. 1398. 
Mynet, Edward. 1467. 
Nasshe, John, haberdasher. 1428. 
Nashe, Richard, whener'. 1428. 
Nash, James, victualler. 1766. 



2S9 



OF CANTERBURY. 



290 



Naylar, John, gent. 1502. 

Nayor, William, of London, goldsmith. 

1656. 
Neame, Edward, victualler. 1 744. 
Neame, John, hop-planter. 1767. 
Nearne, David, tailor. 1709. 
Nelson, Richard, shearman. 1550. 
Nethersole, William, of Barham, maltster. 

1695. 
Neudyk, John, tanner. 1552. 
Neve, Nicholas, clothworker. ibib. 
Newby, Henry, tailor. 1543. 
Nfwerk, Thomas, saddler. HH- 
Newyngton, William, barber. 1550. 
Nevvington, Benjamin, maltster. 1727. 
Newland, William, yeoman. 1603. 
Newland, William, miller. 1664. 
Newman, John, corvesir. 1401. 
Newman, Roger, pewterer. 1546. 
Newport, William, wheelwright. 1779. 
Newton, Jeffrey, hackneyman. 1546. 
Newton, William, weaver. 1549. 
Newton, Daniel, tailor. 1763. 
Nicholls (Nycols), Peter, wayte. 1547. 
Nicholls, John, potter. 1669. 
Nicholls, Humphry, upholster. 1678. 
Nichols, Thomas, upholster. 171 1. 
Nicholls, Hammond, watchmaker. 1790. 
Nicholson (Nycollson), Edmond, tailor. 

1562. 
Nycolson, John, shoemaker. 1567. 
Nicholas, William. 161 6. 
Nisbett, William, victualler. 1781. 
Norgrove, Leonard, shoemaker. 1540. 
Norman, Thomas, brazier. 1400. 
Nurman, Thomas, plumber. 1420. 
Norman, Robert, linenweaver. 1428. 
Norman, Robert, fellmonger. 1032. 
Norrington, Henry, smith. 1690. 
Norrington, John, baker. 1750. 
Norton, John, butcher. 1610. 
Norreys, Benedict, cook. 1425. 
Norys, William, vintner. 1440. 
Norys, John, corvesir. i479- 
Norys, John, tailor. i479' 
Norys, John, barber-surgeon. 1532. 
Norys, Richard, baker. 1547. 
Novell, William, currier. I474- 
Nowel, Roger, degher. 1406. 
Noyes, Robert, victualler. 1766. 
Nutte, William, baker. 1498. 
Nutt, John, grocer. 1547. 
Nyghtyngale, John, tailor. 1543. 
Nvnne, lohn, linendraper. 1426. 
Oakshot, Richard, husbandman. 1643. 
Oddyngge, Henry. 143 i. 
Ofi'en, Richard, wheelwright. 1775. 
Okeley, John, tailor. 1551. 



Okeley, John, butcher. 1575. 
Okelev, John, bricklayer. 1632. 
Okeman, Henry, waxchandler. 1491. 
Old, Charles, victualler. 1742. 
Oldfeld, William, bellfounder. 1540. 
Oldfeild, Simon, cordwainer. 1646. 
Oldfield, John, maltster. 1682. 
Oldfield, Thomas, smith. 1751. 
Oldfield, William, of the Borough of 

Staplegate, bricklayer. 1773. 
Olforde, IMarcus, weaver. 1506. 
Ongley, Samuel, haberdasher. 1694. 
Oram, John, vintner. 1664. 
Orum, John, tailor. 1612. 
Ordymer, John, carpenter. 1524. 
Ordemer, Ralph, yeoman. 1542. 
Orlage, Richard, barber. 1550. 
Osebarn', John, brewer. i43°- 
Osborne, John, drawer. 1625. 
Osmoldeston, John, mason. 1499. 
Osmond, Henry, tder. 1344. 
Osmond, John, victualler. 1695. 
Ostede, William, vintner. 1442. 
Osten, George, coachmaker. 1731. 
Ou'havyn, Nicholas, grocer. 1468. 
Oughton, Thomas, mercer. 1651. 
Ovenden, Thomas, mealman. 1738. 
Overall, Simon, yeoman. 1639. 
Overy, Nicholas, tailor. 1549. 
O.xynbregge, Thomas, grocer. 15 19. 
O.xynden, John, of Wingham, gent. 1461. 
Owek, John, fuller. 1428. 
Owyn, William, tailor. 1566. 
Paas, John, linendraper. 1572. 
Pachet, John, of Westgate. 1408. 
Pack, Thomas, innholder. 1735. 
Packer, Samuel, maltster. 1599. 
Packer, Richard, yeoman. 1600. 
Packes, Thomas, glazier. 1567. 
Packman, John, of Rainham, Esquire. 1 800. 
Packover, William, joiner. 1572. 
Packover, Jeremy, joiner. 1591. 
Pacton, James, tailor. 1637. 
Padget, Thomas, tailor. 1654. 
Padyham, Thomas, lemyndur (.'') 1442. 
Paue, Thomas, smith. 1602. 
Page, William, blacksmith. 1&16. 
Page, Michael, gent. 1625. 
Page, Robert, victualler. 1662. 
Palmere, Thomas, gent. 1435. 
Palmer, Robert, vintner. 1685. 
Palmer, Richard, victualler. 1697. 
Palfrey, Charles, victualler. 1753. 
Paramore, Robert, of the Borough of St. 

Martin nr. Cant., victualler. 1645. 
Paren, Abraham, victualler. 1697. 
Parfytt, John, innkeeper. 1581. 
Pargrove, William, barber. 1496. 



291 



FREEMEN 



292 



Paris (Parys), Thomas, tailor. 15:8. 

Paris, John, innholder. 1707. 

Park, John, brewer. 1438. 

Parke, John, wheeler. 1460. 

Parke, John, draper. 1462. 

Parker, Henry, yeoman. No date. From 

a loose leaf of the 14th century. 
Parker, John, of Sutton nr. Northbourne. 

1403- 

Parker, John, barber. 1470. 

Parker, William, smith. 1527. 

Parker, Esaye, maltman. 1598. 

Parker, William, coachman. 1 654. 

Parker, Ezekiel, maltster. 1656. 

Parker, John, woolcomber. 1672. 

Parker, Thomas, millener. 1760. 

Parker, George, victualler. 1764. 

Parker, Isaac, baker. 1768. 

Parker, Robert, linendraper. 1791. 

Parker, Joseph, hat haberdasher. 1799. 

Parkes, Henry, weaver. 1623. 

Parkinson, Robert, painter. 1663. 

Parley, William, sub-custodian of West- 
gate. 1482. 

Parson, Ralph, saddler. 15S1. 

Parson, John, cordvvainer. Paid los., the 
other 30s. to be worked out in 
mending of the children's shoes of 
the hospitall. 1640. 

Parsons, Luke, of Ashford, joiner. 171 6. 

Partrich, John, butcher. 1534- 

Passhley, John, hackneyman. 1547. 

Paternoster, William, of Rochester, inn- 
keeper. 1800. 

Patteson, William, leatherseller. 17 17. 

Patynson, Thomas, butcher. 1514- 

Pawkel, Richard, of Petham. 1398. 

Pawlyn, Thomas, gent. 1561. 

Payable, John, cissor. 1427. 

Payehorne, John, capper. 1405. 

Payn, John, cook. 1403. 

Payne, John, grocer. And then the 
youngest child that the same John 
had was named John Payn also and 
of the age of ij yeres. 1526. 

Payne, Sampson, maltster. 1599. 

Payn, Thomas, tailor. 1683. 

Payntour, John, mercer. 1431. 

Paynter, Robert, grocer. 1532. 

Pearce, George, cordvvainer. 1799. 

Pearch, Thomas, tailor. 1668. 

Pearson, William, victualler. 1776. 

Peirce, William, carpenter. 1638. 

Peirce, Griffith, joiner. 170S. 

Peirce, William, victualler. 1708. 

Peirce, John, grocer. 1788. 

Peas (Pese), Thomas, grocer. 1485. 

Peas, John, organ maker. 1675. 



Peckyngton, Hugh, tailor. 1551. 

Pedder, Robert, vintner. 1687. 

Peele, William, plasterer. 1681. 

Peers, Henry, gent. 1593. 

Pell, John, butcher. 1615. 

Pellam, Joseph, butcher. 1560. 

Pelley, Alan, capper. (492. 

Pembrooke, Richard, turner. 1658. 

Pender, Robert, cutler. 1564. 

Pende, John, carnifex. 1400. 

Penfold, John, wooUendraper and linen- 
draper. 1793. 

Penington, William, vintner. 1678. 

Peny, Robert, cissor. 1402. 

Penny, John, perukemaker. 1768. 

Penny, Richard, victualler. 1775. 

Pensax, John, yeoman. 1547. 

Penter, William. 1460. 

Pepper, John, gent. 1644. 

Pepper, Thomas, victualler. 1763. 

Percey, William, hackneyman. 1529. 

Percy, Thomas, gent. 1555. 

Percy, Hugh, Serjeant. 1558. 

Perry (Pery), John, baker. 1523. 

Perry, Richard, victualler. 1727. 

Pers, John, butcher. 1531. 

Pers, Henry, capper. 1551. 

Perseuall, Walter, skinner. 1444. 

Person, Thomas, barber. 1531- 

Pert, John, vintner. 141 4. 

Peryn, John, weaver. 1520. 

Peter (Petyr), Bartholomew, surgeon. 
And the same time he had a daughter 
aged 2^ years, named Johane Petyr. 
1526. 

Peteman, John, tailor. 1436. 

Petman, Charles, victualler. 1704. 

Petman, Edward, of Hackington, tanner. 
1761. 

Petman, John, tanner. 1727. 

Pett, Thomas, butcher. 1491. 

Pett, Thomas, grocer. 1771. 

Petyt, James, vintner. 1440. 

Pettyt, Richard, gent. 1592. 

Pettit, William, coffee-house keeper. 1766. 

Petwode, Richard, waxchandler. 1442. 

Petyman, Sebastian, capper. 1514. 

Phene, John, the younger, mercer. 1743. 

Phene, Peter, silkweaver. 1743- 

Phene, Peter, mason. 1743. 

Philcox, John, lastmaker. 1627. 

Phillipps, Walter, victualler. 1666. 

Phillips, Thomas, victualler. 1688. 

Phylpotte, John, hackneyman. 1472. 

Philpott, Peter, maltman. 1558. 

Phillpotte, Richard, victualler. 1599. 

Philpott, Henry, butcher. 1682. 



293 



OF CANTERBURY. 



294 



Philpot, Thomas, of St. Martin's [Cant.], 
wheelwright. 1735. 

Philpott, John, miller. 17+1. Note. — 
Son of Stephen Philpott, miller. 

Philpott, Edward, victualler. 1771- 

Philpott, Stephen, grocer. 1776. 

Philpott, William, baker. 179Z. 

Philpott, Thomas, butcher, i']')']- 

Picard, John, barber. 1737. 

Pickerel, John, barber-surgeon. 1398. 

Pickrell, Thomas, cook. 1438. 

Pickering, Richard, barber. 1642. 

Piddock, John, cabinet maker. 1769. 

Piers, John, tailor. 1593. 

Pierce, John, vintner. 1678. 

Pierce, John, tailor. 1733. 

Pierce, Thomas, brewer. 1773- 

Pierson, John, hackneyman. 1586. 

Pierson, Richard, victualler. 1661. 

Piggott, Arthur, of Lincoln's Inn, Esquire. 
1790. 

Pilcher, Thomas, confectioner. 1677. 

Pilcher, John, of Holy Cross, Cant., tan- 
ner. 1 76 1. 

Pilcher, William, wheelwright. 1778. 

Pilcher, William, victualler. 1800. 

Pilon, Nicholas, weaver. 1719- 

Pillow, John, silkweaver. 1757. 

Pine, Thomas, basketmaker. 1696. 

Piper, Alexander. 1399. 

Pyper, Richard, innholder. 1559. 

Pittington, Thomas, victualler. 1720. 

Plane, W'llliam, corvesir. 1487. 

Plaine, Richard, barber-surgeon. 1694. 

Player, Robert, shoemaker. 1596. 

Plomer, John, armourer. 1407. 

Ploiiket, John, scrivener. 1415. 

Plukele, John, couper. 1430- 

Plumer, Edward, of the Borough of 
Longport, shopkeeper. 1774. 

Plumly, William, tailor. 1738. 

Plumpton, John. 1479. 

Pocok, John, corvesir. i455- 

Poitevin, Peter, tailor. 1746. 

Polayn, Robert. 1398. 

Pollard, Thomas, tailor. 1422. 

Pollard, William, brewer. 1613. 

Pollard, James, brazier. 1782. 

Poly, Roger, gent. 1534. 

Poock, Richard, pistor. 1430. 

Pooly, John, victualler. 16 13. 

Pope, Deryk, currier. 1527. 

Pope, John, victualler. 1778. 

Popeioy, Arnold, bricklayer. 1634. 

Porrage, Thomas, hackneyman. 1602. 

Porson, John, carver. 1435. 

Porter, Henry, turner. 1541. 

Porter, John, brewer. 1636 



Possche, John, draper. 1416. 
Potkyn, James, glazier. 1494. 
Potman, John, innholder. 1483. 
Pottere, Thomas, ripper. 1446. 
Potyer, Daniel, locksmith. 1542. 
Potter, William, butcher. 1562. 
Potter, John, bricklayer. 1636. 
Potter, John, carpenter, i 744. 
Potter, Joseph, of St. Dunstan's in Kent, 

plumber. 1745. 
Potter, Henry, the younger, carpenter. 

1790. 
Potvine, John, of the precincts of East 



Bridge n. Cant., cordwainer. 



1761. 



Powell, Thomas, butcher. 1664. 
Powell, Thomas, butcher. i66g. 
Powell, William, innholder. 1676. 
Powell, Joseph, grocer. 1686. 
Powell, John, cordwainer. 1775. 
Powkel, Richard, of Petham. 1398. 
Pownes, Richard, skinner. 1540. 
Pownos, George, skinner. 1524. 
Prat, Richard, draper. 1408. 
Prat, William, faber. 1425. 
Prebble, Abraham, victualler. 1754. 
Preston, Ralph, cook. 1498. 
Pretteman, John, cordwainer. 1689. 
Pricket, Richard, tanner. 1650. 
Prickelt, Richard, victualler. 1681. 
Prince, George, victualler. 1791. 
Pringuer, Isaac, woolcomber. 1721. 
Priour, W^illiam, mercer. 1495. 
Pryourman, William, smith. 15 14. 
Prise, Davye, cutler. 1599. 
Prise, John, cutler. 1602. 
Propchant, Thomas, grocer. 1463. 
Propson, William, tiler. 1544. 
Prounce, Michael, innholder. 1494. 
Prowde (Proude), Thomas, dregher. 1412. 
Proude, Thomas, clothier (?). 1423. 
Prowde, Christopher, brewer. 1501. 
Prowd, Harry, gent. 1561. 
Prowd, Sampson, grocer. 1563. 
Pullam, Robert, shoemaker. 1533. 
Pullen, William, tailor. 1686. 
Purveis, Robert, victualler. 1757. 
Putston, John, shoemaker. 1558. 
P)-all, William, wheelwright. 1773. 
Pye, Thomas, tailor. 1546. 
Pyeman, Thomas. 1410. 
Pyers, Henry. 1420. 
Pyke, Thomas, currier. 1596. 
Pykenden, Thomas, fletcher. 1452. 
Pykarel, Thomas, faber. 141 5. 
Pykerell, Richard, saddler. 1525. 
Pyket, Robert, taverner. 1415. 
Pylkington, Thomas, tinker. 1601. 
Pyllyng, Robert, smith. 1552. 



295 



FREEMEN 



296 



Pylson, Hugh, cutler. 1587. 
Pymme, Robert, sheather. 1+39. 
Pynchebek, Gilbert. 1407. 
Pyiifold, Richard, petterer. 141 1. 
Pyrye, Robert, waxchandler. 1414- 
Pysing, (Piseing), John, baker. 1623. 
Pising, Thomas, husbandman. 1672. 
Pysing, William, victualler. i6gi. 
Pysing, William, jeweller. 1734. 
Pysing, John, the younger, goldsmith. 

'737- 
Pytham, Thomas, maltster. i6iz. 
Pyttock, Richard, baker. 1587. 
Quaif, John, victualler. 1752. 
Quarton, Christopher, fuller. 1453. 
Quested, Peter, butcher. 1738. 
Quested, John, cooper. 1772- 
Quested, Valentine, basketmaker. 17(59. 
Questynbery, Henry, shoemaker. 1543. 
Quoyff, Robert, saddler. 1561. 
Quve, John, yeoman. 1472. 
Radcliff, Curtianus, goldsmith. 1465. 
Rage, John, carpenter. 1646. 
Ralley, William, of Staplegate, butcher. 

1656. 
Ramsey, Thomas, butcher. 1569. 
Ramshire, Adam, currier. 1656. 
Rand, John, brewer. 1477. 
Randall, Edward, brewer. 1723. 
Ranson, John, glazier. 1506. 
RatclifT. Richard, victualler. 1755. 
Ratclifl", Stephen, victualler. 1777. 
Rawley, Richard, shearman. 1539. 
Rawlyn, Thomas, waxchandler. 1402. 
Rawlyn, John, tailor. 1457. 
Raybourne, James, physician. 15 16. 
Rfiyleton, Richard, yeoman. 1543. 
Raymond, John, painter. 1776. 
Raynere, Thomas, smith. 1454. 
Reyner, Jacob, victualler. 1664. 
Raynsforde, William, barber. 1502. 
Read (Reed), Henry. 1399. 
Reade, Nicholas, waxchandler. 1421. 
Reade, Richard, mercer. 1446. 
Rede, Robert, tailor, 1543. 
Reed, William, clothworker. 1569. 
Reade, Edward, butcher. 1594. 
Reede, William, cook. 1599. 
Reade, William, brewer. 161 6. 
Read, Thomas, baker. 1645. 
Read, Lawrence, the younger, maltster. 

1665. 
Read, Thomas, baker. 1674. 
Read, Thomas, victualler. 1680. 
Read, William, barber. 16.S5. 
Read, William, of St. Dunstan's, Kent, 

plumber. 1800. 
Reader, Reuben, victualler. 1737. 



Reason, Philip, tailor. 1683. 
Redbourne, Stephen, plumber. 1543. 
Redfourth, Richard, glover. 1576. 
Redhode, Ricbard, painter. 1501. 
Redehode, Robert, fletcher. 1515. 
Redshaw, John, skinner. 1529. 
Redwood, Richard, baker. 1780. 
Redy, John, carpenter. 1552. 
Redyng, Arthur, baker. 1543. 
Remysshe, John, baker. J519. 
Reve, John, palemaker. 1523. 
Reve, William, butcher. 1607. 
Revet, William, miller. 1453. 
Rews, Edmond, fuller. JS59. 
Reyley, Edward, glasswright. 141 1. 
Reynold, Thomas, smith. 1462. 
Reynold, William, yeoman. 1472. 
Raynold, Thomas, husbandman. 1479. 
Raynold, Nicholas, yeoman. 1530. 
Raynold, Thomas, mason. 1550. 
Raynold, Stephen, tailor. 1593. 
Reynolds (Renoldes), James, point-maker. 

>572- 

Rennoldes, Arthur, butcher. 1630. 

Reynoldes, William, petty-chapman. 1 641 . 

Reynolds, John, victualler. 1749. 

Reynolds, Thomas, carpenter. 1760. 

Rhodes (Roades), Richard, barber. 1564. 

Rhodes, Joseph, butcher. 1716. 

Ricard (Rycard), Thomas, corvesir. 1472. 

R5'card, John, corviser. 1473. 

Rycard, John, tailor. 1481. 

Ricard, alias Coryer, corvesir. 1489. 

Richardes, William, tailor. 1609. 

Richards, Richard, butcher. 1797. 

Richardson (Rychardson), William, lock- 
yer. 1481, 

Richardson, John, tailor. 1534. 

Richardson, John, shoemaker. 1536. 

Richardson, George, shoemaker. 1539. 

Richardson, Garard, shoemaker. 1550. 

Rychardson, John, fletcher. 1551. 

Rychardson, Thomas, tailor. 1595. 

Richardson, Daniel, victualler. 1639. 

Richardson, Thomas, of Deal, tailor. 1774. 

Richardson, Thomas, innkeeper. 1779. 

Richer, John, tailor. 1500. 

Richmond, (Rychemondj, William, tur- 
ner. 1393. 

Richemond, ^liles, fletcher. 1496. 

Richemond, Paul, grocer. 15 10. 

Ricketts, Benjamin, grocer. 1797. 

Rickman, Joshua, salesman. 1784. 

Rider (Ryder), William, cissor. 1400. 

Ridar, John, carpenter. 1494. 

Ridar, Jolm, shoemaker. 1498. 

Rydar, Thomas, butcher. 1500. 

Ryder, Edward, schoolmaster. 1607. 



297 



OF CANTERBURY. 



298 



Rider, Root, yeoman. 1615. 
Riilley, Matthew, saddler. 1768. 
Rigbie, Hugh, carpenter. 1607. 
Kicrden (Rygddon), Bartholomew, hosier. 

1446. 
Rygdonn, Thomas, yeoman. 1449- 
Rygdon, Thomas, mason. 1495. 
Rigdon, William, tailor. 1506. 
Rygdon, John, smith. 151+- 
Ryggden, Thomas. 1559- 
Rigden, John, maltster. i6gi. 
Rigden, John, grocer. 1748. 
Rightup, Peter, smith. 1519- 
Rippon, Richard, tailor. 172 i. 
Ritche, Thomas, yeoman. 1624. 
Rixon, John, of London, cooper. 1777. 
Roach, Thomas, joiner. 1745- 
Robards, James, stationer. 1570. 
Robas, John, shearman. 141 1. 
Robelard, Henry, weaver. 1423. 
Robert, William, butcher. 1503. 
Roberts, Richard, tailor. 1571. 
Robertes, Henry, tailor. 1627. 
Roberts, John, apothecary. 1733. 
Roberts, James, victualler. 1781. 
Robertson, James, linendraper. 1786. 

Robyn, John, spicer. 1416. 
Robyn, [ohn, fishmonger. 148 1. 
Robyns, Anthony, barber. 1555. 
Robyns, Robert, grocer. 1564. 
Robins, Arthur, surgeon. 1737. 

Robynson, John, mercer. 1430. 

Robynsson, Robert, tailor. 1560. 

Robinson, John, innholder. 1725. 

Robson, Geoffrey, yeoman. 1498. 

kobuck, Henry, grocer. 1606. 

Rodhouse, Samuel, tailor. 1760. 

Ro<lle, Thomas, hosier. H?^- 

Rodewell, John, corvesir. 140 1. 

Rogger, Thomas. 1420. 

Roger, Richard, glover. 1476. 

Rogers, Ansell, shoemaker. 1616. 

Rogers, George, cordwainer. 1645. 

Rogers, Henry, wheeler. 1566. 

Rogers, John, glazier and plumber. 1705. 

Rogers, "William, glazier. 1747. 

Roke, John, couper. 1528. 

Rolf, James, yeoman. 1543- 

Rolphe, Edward, bricklayer. 1636. 

Rolfe, Clement, weaver. 1679. 

Rolfe, Stephen, fisherman. 1761. 

Roalf, Thomas, victualler. 1766. 

Romyng, Robert, cissor. 1399. 

Ronalds, James, cornfactor. 1794. 

Rooke, Edward, laljourer. 1668. 

Rooker, Thomas, victualler. 1737. 

Roose, John, tailor. 1557. 

Roots, Charles, grocer. 1795. 



Rose, William. 141 o. 
Rose, John, organmaker. 1475. 
Rose, Roger, butcher. 1.178. 
Rose, William. 1509. 
Rose, Gregory, capper. 1530. 
Rotheram, John, gent. 1469. 
Rotherford, Edward, innholder. 1498. 
Rowley, Thomas, tailor. 1520. 
Royce, Nicholas, tailor. 1472. 
Royle, Joseph, distiller. 1764. 
Rozee, Abraham, baker. 1775. 
Ruck, .Simon, innholder. 1684. 
Ruffard, Titus, bricklayer. i65o. 
Ruglyss, Robert, victualler. 1760. 
Rumfield, John, tailor. 1613. 
Rumley, Henry James, victualler. 1765. 
Russell, Adreas, notary. 1440. 
Russell, Richard, baker. 1550. 
Russell, Clement, glazier. 1561. 
Russell, John, surgeon. 1580. 
Russell, William, tanner. 16 14. 
Russell, William, collarmaker. 1654. 
Russell, Simon, victualler. 1&64. 
Russell, Edward, of Maidstone, banker. 

1800. 
Russhle, John, butcher. 1469. 
Rutland, William, of London, apothecary. 

1500. 
Rutland, William. 1509. 
Rutlond, Francis, grocer, had then 2 

daus. the eldest, Alys, aged 2 yrs., 

and the youngest, ALary, aged one 

year. 1526. 
Ryde, Robert, fisher. 1438. ' 
Rydout, Thomas, silkweaver. 1782. 
Rye, Joel, ripper. 16 10. 
Rye, John, labourer. 1719. 
Rye, Edward, cordwainer. 1731. 
Rye, Benjamin, victualler. 1753. 
Rygelton, William, skinner. 1442. 
Rysewyke, Hamann, hardwareman. 1471. 
Sackett, Nathaniel, gent. 1659. 
Sacreston, John, yeoman, whose youngest 

child Anne, was then A a year old. 

1527- 
Sadler, William, victualler. 1772. 
Saffery, Vincent, innholder. 1726. 
SatTery. John, victualler. 1795. 
Saghiere, Richard. 1394. 
St. Nicholas (Seynnycolas), Thomas, gent. 

1442. 
Salkin, Stephen, barber. 1487. 
Salken, William, barber. 1498. 
Saltwell, John, baker. 1743. 
Saluz, John, victualler. 1428. 
Sandford, William, practitioner in physic. 

1664. 
Sandre, John, barber. 14+0- 



299 



FREEMEN 



300 



Saunder, George, brewer. 1532. 
Sanders, Richard, hackneyman or ripper. 

1610. 
Saunders, Francis, tailor. 1628. 
Sanders, John, glover. 1637. 
Sanders, John, carpenter. 16+6. 
Saunders, William, labourer. 165 i. 
Sanders, Richard, fellmonger. 1681. 
Sanders, Thomas, victualler. i68i. 
Sanders, Richard, grocer. 1705. 
Sankey, Samuel, victualler. 1755. 
Sankey, William, maltster. 1755. 
Sarisbery, Simon. 1406. 
Savadge, John, cordwainer. 1689. 
Sawbridge, Jacob, Esquire. 1789. 
Saxpease.^Richard, innholder. 1555. 
Saxton, VVilliam, vintner. i+55- 
Say, William. 1441. 
Sayer, Thomas. 1395- 
Sare, Thomas, draper. 1467. 
Sare, Robert, tailor, i486. 
Sayer, John, mercer. 1534. 
Saier, Valentine, bricklayer. 1641. 
Sayer, John, cordwainer. 1705. 
Schalkston, Reginald, draper. 1421. 
Scherreue, John. 1393. 
Sclater, John, yeoman. 1443. 
Scoats, Thomas, victualler. 1782. 
Scoles, John, carpenter. 1436. 
Scot, William, of Westgate, draper. 1415. 
Scot, John, taverner. 141 6. 
Skot, Richard, mercer. 1424. 
Scott, Christopher, tailor. 1536. 
Scott, Edward, freemason. 1632. 
Scott, Walter, saddler. 1759- 
Scudamore, John, innholder. 1725. 
Seare, William, labourer. i68i. 
Seath, Robert, linendraper. 1792. 
Seaward, Giles, tailor. 1607. 
Selby, William. 1404. 
Selby, Andrew, collarmaker. 1482. 
Selsy, William, cook. 1443. 
Selvester, Henry, yeoman. 1616. 
Semark, William, cooper, whose youngest 

child was named Thomas. 1528. 
Semark, John, cowper. 1541. 
Semere, John, chandler. 1445. 
Sengelyn, John, corvesir. 1423. 
Seriaunt, Robert, saddler. 1393. 
Serlys, Robert, saddler. 1416. 
Sertayn, James, cook. 1466. 
Seth, William, victualler. 1750. 
Sethyng, Robert, shoemaker. 1549. 
Sewell, John, baker. 1513. 
Shafe, Thomas, ferror. 143 i. 
Sharp, lohn, scrivener. 1447. 
Sharp, John, cook. i4&3- 
Sharpe, John, clothier. 1633. 



Shatwater, William, brewer. 1691. 
Shawe, Robert, weaver. 1564. 
Shaxton, William. 1610. 
Sheaf, Richard, victualler. 1755. 
Sheldon, Thomas, vintner. 1689. 
Shelley, John, of London, mercer. 1474. 
Shelton, Thomas, tailor. 1437. 
Sheopard, John, shoemaker. 1607. 
.Shepestayl, William, currier. 1414. 
Sherlond, Jolin, i:urrier. 1530. 
Sherreue, John. 1393. 
Shewe, Robert, baskeimaker. 1548. 
Shingwell, John, goldsmith. 1480. 
Shooesmith, Wdliam, victualler. 1693. 
Shore, Humphrey, victualler. 1650. 
Shore, Nicholas, victualler. 16S9. 
Shorte, Thomas, fuller. 1454. 
Shorte, John, carpenter, i ;oi. 
Shot, Abraham, grocer. 1782. 
Shove, Henry, of Lincoln's Inn, London, 

Esquire. 1800. 
Shoveler, John, brickla3'er. 1784. 
Shrogge, Thomas, cook. 1476. 
Sigston, John, vintner. 1656. 
Silk, James, victualler. 1753. 
Simmons, Stephen, cook. 1654. 
Simmonds, Samuel, victualler. 1750. 
Simmonds, Thomas, victualler. 1779. 
Simmonds, Edward, victualler. 1781. 
Simmonds, John, linendraper. 1797. 
Simonds. Richard, feltmaker. 1744. See 

Symonds. 
Simpson, Robert, brewer. 1643. See 

Sympson. 
Sims, Henry, grocer. 1707. 
Sims, George, watchmaker. 1745. See 

Symmes. 
Sithers, William, blacksmith. 1713. 
Skulton, Thomas, butcher. 1466. 
Skynner, Henry. 1405. 
Skynnere, Gerard. 1429. 
Skypton, Thomas, fletcher. 1420. 
Skyrmar, William, baker, his youngest 

child, John, was then J of a year 



old. 



'527- 



Slapton, John. 1406. 
Slipper, Edward, baker. 1764. 
Slodden, William, gent. 1786. 
Slyght, William, smith. 1459. 
Smale, John, tailor. 1439. 
Smale, William, baker. 16 14. 
Small wode, Richard, baker. 1440. 
Smelt, Richard, cook. 1424. 
Smith (Smyth), Roger. 1398. 
Smyth, Thomas, tailor. 1423. 
Smyth, Thomas, brewer. 1434. 
Smyth, William, smith. 1452. 
Smyth, Thomas, innholder. i48z. 



301 



OF CANTERBURY. 



302 



Smyth, John, hackneyman. 1498. 
Smyth, Walter, capper. 1520. 
Smyth, William, bellfounder. 1526. 
Smyth, Edward, butcher. 1532. 
Smyth, Edmund, tailor. 1551- 
Smythe, Patrick, bricklayer. 1552. 
Smyth, John, pewterer. 1589. 
Smyth, John, the younger, son of the 

foregoing, pewterer. 1589. 
Smyth, William, musician. 1601. 
Smith, Christopher, miller. 1614. 
Smyth, Edward, hatter. 161 6. 
Smith, William, glover. 1626. 
Smith, Thomas, tanner. 1633. 
Smith, Edward, maltster. 1655. 
Smith, Henry, blacksmith. 1655. 
Smith, John, farrier. 1659. 
Smith, William, maltster. 1665. 
Smith, John, barber-surgeon. 1667. 
Smith, Thomas, feltmaker. 1681. 
Smith, Matthew, butcher. 1685. 
Smith. Thomas, grocer. 1725. 
Smith, Edward, carpenter. 1765. 
Smith, John, victualler. 1771. 
Smith, "Maurice, cheesemonger. 1771- 
Smith, Charles, grocer. 1791- 
Smith, Henry, coachmaker. 1797. 
Smothyng, Edmund, scrivener. 1515. 
Snaw, William, tailor. 1478. 
Snelling, John, victualler. 1800. 
Snoulton, Osborn, fellmonger and 

breechesmaker. 1778. 
Solley, Thomas, tailor. 1633. 
Somes, John, smith. 1689. 
Sommers, Hugh, tailor. i66g. 
Sommers, Hugh, coachman. 1671. 
Summers, John, of St. Paul's in Kent, 

carpenter. 1773. 
Soper, Laurance, butcher. 1465. 
South, Stephen, clothworker. 1640. 
South, William, gent. 1697. 
Southee, William, grocer. 1753. 
Southhouse, Thomas, victualler. 1752. 
Soryveyn, John, webbe. 1405. 
Spaine, Thomas, brewer. 1667. 
Spaine, Richard, victualler. 1683. 
Spaleyng, Robert, haberdasher. 1466. 
Sparkewell, John, capper. 1494. 
Sparkewell, Richard, fuller. 1506. 
Sparlynge, Edward, limeburner. 1473. 
Specke, Thomas, harness maker. 1636. 
Spence, Robert, of Southwark, hop- 
factor. 1789. 
Spencer, John, corvesir. 1428. 
Spenser, Robert, baker. 1539. 
Spencer, John, coal merchant. 1777. 
Spice, John, brazier. 1604. 
Spraggin, John, tallow chandler. 173J. 



Spratt, Henry, innholder. 1705. 
Spratt, Thomas, linendraper. 1736- 
Spratt, Robert, grocer. 1769. 
Springgett. John, victualler. 1778. 
Sprott, John, broiderer. 1490. 
Sprott, Richard, smith. 1540. 
Spycer, Richard, basketmaker. 1562. 
Spycer, Henry, innholder. 16 18. 
Stace, Thomas, mercer. 1425. 
Stacy, Nicholas, haberdasher. 1614. 
Stains, Richard, ironmonger. 1747- 
Standrue {? St. Andrew), John, chandler. 

1420. 
Stanle, Thomas, mason. i4+5- 
Standly, [blank], blacksmith. 1568. 
Standley, John, brewer. 1603. 
Stanly, Jeremy, yeoman. 1643. 
Stanton, Roger, fletcher. 1472. 
Stapull, William, glazier. 1490. 
St.iple, Samuel, mercer. 1589. 
Starke, Adam, taverner. 1464. 
Starke, William, Junior, taverner. 1472. 
Stark,Edward, cabinetmaker. 1774. 
Starky, John, yeoman. 1524. 
Starky, Wdliam, currier. 1540. 
Starr, Thomas, gent. 1790. 
Steede, Thomas, maltman. 1618. 
Steed, Ale.xander, innkeeper. 1652. 
Steede, Edward, baker. 1703. 
Steed, Thomas, distiller. 1734. 
Stephen, John, of Whitstable. 1477. 
Stephen, Thomas, husbandman. 1492. 
Stephyn, Nicholas, saddler. 1503. 
Stephen, Robinson, coachman. 1671. 
Stephens, Stephen, mercer. 1415. 
Stephens, John, victualler. i688. 
Stephenson, Richard, corvesir. i486. 
Sterke, William, hosteler. 145 5- '^'^ 

Starke. 
Sterky, William, vintner. i4+7- •^''' 
Starky. 

Stevene, John, brewer. 1442. 

Stevyn, William, yeoman. 1560. 

Stevens, Richard, miller. 1715. 

Stevenson, James, victualler. 1770. 

Steward, Reginald, alias dictus Baksnothe, 
chapman. 1436. 

Steward, John, tailor. 1543. 

Stiff, John, victualler. 1772. 

Stiles, Matthew, cordwainer. 1663. 

Stock (Stokk), William, brewer. 1548. 

Stock, Daniel, framework knitter. 1776. 

Stokel, John. 1394. 

Stokes (Stokys), Thomas, glazier. 1393. 

Stokes, Henry. 1401. 

Stokes, George, wheelwright. 1609. 

Stokham, John, sawyer. 1453. 

Stokwode, Johii, brewer. 1472. 



303 



FREEMEN 



304 



Stonard, Robert, maltster. 1673. 
Stone, John, waxchandler. 1408. 
Stone, John, mercer. H^J- 
Stone, Richard, maltman. 161 3. 
Stone, John, tailor. 1658. 
Stonbregge, Thomas, fletcher. i403' 
Stonbregge, Richard, wheeler. i+77- 
Stopyndon, Richard. 1401. 
Stopyndon, William, carnifex. 1401. 
Story, Leonard, vintner. 161 5. 
Stredwicke, Thomas, wheelwright. 1599. 
Stredwicke, James, maltster. 1665. 
Street, William, victualler. 1800. 
Streeting, James, innholder. 1732. 
Streeting, |ohn, gent. 1766. 
Stretar, John, baker. 1533. 
Stretar, Gabriel, yeoman. 1551. 
Stretar, William, baker. 1552. 
Strevyn, Peter, baker. 1543. 
Stringer, George, of Dover, Esquire. 1788. 
Stroder, Thomas, butcher. 1530. 
Strong, Edward, smith. 1590. 
Strouts, Thomas, upholster. 1734. 
Strowd, John, innkeeper. 1635. 
Stulpe, John, wheeler. 1493. 
Sturdy, Robert, brewer. 1505. 
Sturges, Thomas, porter dealer. 1798. 
Stylle, John, glover. 1438. 
Stylman, William, baker. 15 15. 
Stynton, Gilbert, shoemaker. 1561. 
Sufflet, John, innholder. 1^6$. 
Sutton, Richard. 1402. 
Sutton, Richard, homebaker. 1475. 
Sutton, George, glazier. 1490. 
Sutton, Robert, carpenter. 15 15. 
Sutton, Robert, gent. 1671. 
Swales, Edward, victualler. 1786. 
Swanton, Robert, shoemaker. 1560. 
Swetton, Nicholas, mason. 1475. 
Swetyng, William, tailor. 1527. 
Sweeting, Thomas, brewer. 1641. 
Swift (Swy(te), Stephen, mason. 1415. 
Swyft, Stephen, lemynour. 1438- 
Swift, John, bricklayer. 1632. 
Swordar, Henry, glover. 1467. 
Swynford, John, tailor. 1440- 
Swynsbery, John, Ijackneyman. 1567. 
Symkyn, Edmund, shearman. 1580. 
Symme, Harry, cowpt-r. 1505. 
Symmes, William, grocer. 1573. Set 

Sims. 
Symon, Nicholas, painter. i499- 
Symons, George, whitesmith. 1576. 
Symonds, William, fisher. 1444. 
Symonds, Henry, vintner. '451- Sec 

Simonds. 
Sympson, William, tailor. 1499. 
Symson, John, clothworker. 1543. 



Sympson, Ambrose, butcher. 1555. See 

Simpson. 
Taddy, John, surgeon. 1764. 
Tadhunter, William, hairdresser. 1790. 
Talbot, Henry, hosteler. 1425. 
Tallys, John, cook, 1625. 
Talput. William, saddler. 1691. 
Talputt, Thomas, vintner. J 723. 
Tame, William. 1436. 
Tammorth, Nicholas. 1399. 
Tamworth, John, corvesir. 1419. 
Tandy, Richard, victualler. 1798. 
Tannere, John, chapman. 1436. 
Tapley, James, victualler. 1709. 
Tarrant, William. 1422. 
Tarry, John, brazier. 1399. 
TatnalL Randall. 1555. 
Taylor, John, corvesir. 1423. 
Taillour, Robert, merchant. 1494. 
Tailour, Christopher, yeoman. 15 16. 
Tayllour, John, brewer. 15 19. 
Tavlor, William, " by trade A Taylor." 

1618. 
Tailor, Robert, hackneyman. 1 646. 
Tailer, William, of Holy Cross, Cant-, 

butcher. 1658. 
Tailer, Arthur, butcher. 1663. 
Tailor, William, coachmaker. 1668. 
Taylor, William, coachman. 1669. 
Tailor, Walter, victualler. 1691. 
Taylor, Lee, of Hackington, bricklayer. 

1761. 
Tebbe, John, of Chilham. 1406. 
Tebbe, Thomas, weaver. 1425. 
Tego, William, tailor. 1502. 
Tempreman, Philip, woolcomber. 1732. 
Tenham, William, fuller. 1472. 
Tenham, William, mason. 1483. 
Tent, John, armourer. i47+' 
Terry, Peter, butcher. 1440. 
Terry, Augustine, innkeeper. 1595. 
Terry, John, carpenter, for wh. he paid 

his fine in working and allowing stufl' 

for the new making of Ridiiigate 

both tlie leaves therof. 1614. 
Terre, Michael, the younger, gent. 1^33. 
Terry, Mr. Michael, cheesemonger. 1669. 
Terry, John, carpenter. 17 10. 
Tewkysbery, William, capper. 15 14. 
Tlianet, William. 1407. 
Thatchar, William, shoemaker. 1571. 
Thatcher, John, tailor. 1614. 
Thatcher, George, victualler. 1757. See 

Thetchare. 
Theobald, Edward, carpenter. 1682. 
Thetchare, William, fuller. 1+52. See 

Thatcher. 
Thobaud, William, cordvvainer. 1426. 



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306 



Thomas, David, shearman, i+by. 
Thomas, Giles, tailor. 147 1. 
Thomas, Walter, innholder. 1474. 
Thomas, John, poynter. 1528. 
Thomas, Mark, gent. 1738. 
Thomson, Robert, of Westgate street, 

miller. 1484. 
Tomson, John, shoemaker. 1498. 
Thomson, William, beerbrewer. 1520. 
Thomson, Richard, carpenter. 1531. 
Thompson, John, woolcomber. i68i. 
Tompson, John, saddler. 1721. 
Tompson, William, labourer. 1755. 
Thompson, Edward, grocer. 1760. 
Thornley, John, dyer. 1684. 
Thornton, John, yeoman. 1469. 
Thornton, Lazarus, of Dover, baker. 1727. 
Thorpe, John, barber. 1520. 
Thorp, William, cornchandler. 1738. 
Thorp, John, butcher. 1756. 
Throste, William, skinner. 1436. 
Thrum, Richard, victualler. 1729. 
Thurlwall, Thomas, innholder. 1488. 
Thurston, Thomas, grocer. 1790. 
Thyknielke, Roger, capper. 1482. 
Tibbs, Elisha, victualler. 1772. 
Tiddeman, Henry, hosier and linendraper. 

1792. 
Tilby, Thomas, coachman. 1668. 
Tilby, Henry, fellmonger. 1685. 
Titterton (Tytterton), Richard, cowper. 

1612. 
Titterton, Robert tailor. 1655. 
Toker, Edward, Esquire. 1789. 
Tong, Christopher, brewer. ijjS. 
Tong, James, butcher. 1718. 
Tote, Stephen, pistor. 1407. 
Tote, John, cook. 1410. 
Tournay, William, surgeon. 1751. 
Toward, William, farrier. 1704. 
Towne, Richard, tailor. 1453. 
Traherne, Ely, cordwainer. ib38. 
Trent, George, baker. i6oq. 
Trewe, Richard. 1404. 
Treys, Thomas, weaver. 1443. 
Trimnell, John, surgeon and apothecary. 

•793- 
Trippe, Bartholomew, yeoman. 1467. 
Tritton (Trytton), Simon, innkeeper. 1581. 
Tritton, Henry, saddler. 1795. 
Tritton, John, draper and tailor. 1797- 
Troppam, Thomas, yeoman. 1472. 
Tropham, William, hosier. 1491. 
Trott, Walter, baker. 1533. 
Trottere, Thomas. 1394. 
Troword, Robert, clothier. 1602. 
Trowlove, Nicholas, saddler. 1552. 
Trussett, John, mercer. 1489. 



Tuck, Richard, vintner. 161 2. 

Tucker, John, joiner. 1598. 

Tucker, William, pump-maker. 1661. 

Tucker, Richard, collarmaker. 1662. 

Tuckey, Alexander, tailor. 1697. 

Tumber, William, clothworker. 1668. 

Turbee, John, victualler. 177?. 

Turner (Tomer), Richard, tiler. 1544. 

Turner, William, grocer. 1632. 

Turner, Richard, victualler. 1692. 

Turtfete, Edward, shearman. 1490. 

Tusnoth, John, chandler. 1451. 

Tustian, John, joiner (being one of the 
people called Quakers). 1732. 

Tyell, John, wodour. 1442. 

Tyler, Oliver, cutler. 1740. 

Tyllye, John, of Boughton Blean. 1458. 

Tylley, |ohn, baker. 1492. 

Tylly, William, barber, whose youngest 
child, William, was then 3 years old. 
1528. 

Tyndall, Adam, baker. 1489. 

Tynny, William, tailor. 1502. 

Ugden, John, yeoman. 1531.- 

Umfray, Thomas, shoemaker. 1521. 

Undyrdowne, John, grocer. 1472. 

Underdowne, George, barber. 1530. 

Underdown, Richard, shoemaker. 1558- 

Ungley, Thomas, butcher. 1544. 

Upclam, John, wodour. 1442. 

Upryse, John, corvesir. 15 15. 

Upton, Thomas, baker. 1393. 

Upton, William, shearman. 1393. 

Upton, Richard, glover. 1403. 

Upton, Simon, pistor. 1407. 

Upton, Richard, tailor. 1450. 

Upton, John, baker. 1738. 

Upton, John, victualler. 1791. 

Urrey, James, taverner. 14 10. 

Usbarn, Thomas, carpenter. 141 5. 

Usbarn, Thomas, smith. 1471. 
Usbarston, John, shoemaker. 1564. 
Usborn, James, smith, 1534. 
Usborn, Hamond, smith. 1545. 
Vaglian, Thomas, Esquire, Alderman of 

Westgate Ward. 1461. 
Vales, John, sawyer. 1523. 
Valet, Simon, hosier. 1414. 
Vandernote, John, physician. 1527. 
Vanner, Henry, beerbrewer. 1606. 
Vanzele, John, shoemaker. 1524. 
Varnam, Thomas, victualler. 1598. 
Vatrey, Robert, glover. 1649. 
Vawdry, Roger, goldsmith. 1546. 
Vaws, James. 1570. 
Venner, John, Esquire. 1789. 
Verrear, Richard, grocer. 1622. 
Verson, Harman, glazier. 1552. 



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FREEMEN 



308 



Vickers, Stephen, victualler. 1786. 

Vile, Henry, victualler. 1699. 

Vincent, John. 1394. 

Vyncent, Thomas, brewer. 1422. 

Vincent, John, gent. 1630. 

Vincent, John, of the Precincts, musician. 
1646. 

Viney, Thomas, butcher. 1754. 

Virgily, John. 1394. 

Virly, Robert, Junior, pelterer. 141 9. 

Viser, John, dyer. 161 6. 

Vyllers, Stephen, mercer. 1524. 

Vyno', Thomas, cissor. 14 '4- 

Vytell, Thomas, tiler. 1505. 

Vyther, John, butcher. 1539. 

Wade, John, grocer. 1483. 

Wadwell, Henry, brewer. 1685. 

Waed, William, miller. 1559. 

Waed, John, linendraper. 1561. 

VVakefelde, John, butcher. 1515. 

Wakefelde, George, scrivener. 1532. 

Wakefeild, Laurance, cook. 1637. 

Wakefield, Thomas, of Barham, maltster. 
1669. 

Wakefield, Simon, cordwainer. r6gi. 

Wale, William, husbandman. 1686. 

Walker, John, tailor, i486. 

Walker, John, plumber. 1488. 

Walker, John, tailor. 1492. 

Walker, John, tailor. 15 13. 

Walker, Thomas, tailor. 1538. 

Walker, Harry, miller. 1561. 

Walkar, Lawrence, tailor. 1369. 

Walker, William, butcher. 1615. 

Walker, Nathaniel, grocer. 1704. 

Walker, John, victualler. 1764. 

Waller, Robert, tailor. 1549. 

Waller, John, victualler. 1736. 

Wallis (Wallys), John, vintner. 1460. 

Wallis, John, tailor. 1646. 

Wallis, James, pavior. 1689. 

Wallis, John, vintner. 1738. 

Wallop, William, shoemaker. 1550. 

Wallsole, John, hackneyman. 1473. 

Waltere, Thomas, gent. 1448. 

Walter, Edward, shoemaker. 1580. 

Walton, Nicholas, chapman. i447- 

Wawllton, John, shoemaker. 1560. 

Walton, John, victualler. 1739. 

Wanstall, Edward, the younger, linen- 
draper. 1755. 

Wanstall, John, victualler. 1789. 

Warburgh, Remundus, tinker. 1394. 

Warde, Robert, hostler. 1487. 

Warde, Edward, tailor. 1603. 

Ward, John, vintner. 1671. 

Ward, William, clockmaker. 1715. 

Ward, Edward, butcher. 1741. 



Wardyn, Matthew, pointer. 1560. 
Warham, Edward, embroiderer. 1623. 
Warlowe, William, tailor. 1505. 
Warner, John, linendraper. 1800. 
Waren, Matthew, grocer. 1496. 
Warren, Richard, glover. 1600. 
Warren, William, shoemaker. 161 5. 
Warren, Richard, cordwainer. 1640. 
Warenere, Hugh, barber. i4S3- 
Warriner, Philip, gardener. 1658. 
Warwelle, William, skinner. 1432. 
Warwell, Thomas, bricklayer. 161 8. 
Warwick, Henry, victualler. 1692. 
Wassayle, John, pewterer. 1523. 
Wasteil, Peter, silkweaver. 1772. 
Wastelman, William, weaver. 1425- 
Water, Edward, shoemaker. 1548. 
Waters, Jonas, brewer. 1590. 
Waters, Thomas, coachman. 1656. 
Waters, Edmund, innholder. 1685. 
Wates, Edward, clothier. 1632. 
Watkyn, John, alias Doniinus. John, of 

Calais, corvesir. 1429. 
Waikynson, Gilbert, innkeeper. 1573. 
Watmer, William, gent. 1598. 
Watson, James, tailor. 1524. 
Watson, William, tailor. 1526. 
Watson, John, glover. 1581. 
Watson, John, hackneyman. 1587. 
Watson, John, victualler. 1752. 
Wattes, William, painier. 1636. 
Watts, John, clockmaker. 1721. 
Wayne, Robert, cook. 1472. 
Waynflet, William, jeweller. 141 1. 
Waytt, Larrance, shoemaker. 1560. 
Waite, Peter, tanner. 1656. 
Wealde, John, pelterer. 1410. 
Wealys, Humphry, baker. 1513. 
Webbe, Nicholas. 1400. 
Webbe, Henry, weaver. 1423. 
Webbe, John, tallovvchandler. 1477. 
Webbe, George, mercer. 1532. 
Webb, John, maltster. 1631. 
Webb, William, cook. 1665. 
Webb, John, carpenter. 1680. 
Webb, John, victualler. 1691. 
Webb, James, victualler. 1692. 
Webb, Elias, victualler. 1759. 
Webb, Thomas, bricklayer. 1773. 
Webster, Benjamin, victualler. 1737. 
Wedo, John, yeoman. 1467. 
Wedope, John, tailor. 1528. 
Weekes, John, carpenter. 1657. 
Weekes, William, rag-dyer. 1720. 
Welbourne, Robert, cook. i486. 
Welch, Thomas, victualler. 1750. 
Welden, Thomas, tailor. 1570. 
Weldyssh, John, brewer. 1475. 



309 



OF CANTERBURY. 



310 



Wellard, Richard, papeimaker. 1693. 

Wells (VVellys), William, parish clerk. 
1469. 

Welles, Richard, shoemaker. 1 5 1 9. 

Welles, Roger, tailor. 1525. 

Wells, William, yeoman. 15+4. 

Welles, Thomas, yeoman. 1559. 

Wells, Thomas, grocer. 17S3. 

Wellyn, William, cobbler. 1548. 

Welson, John, saddler. 1550. 

Welton, William, chapman. 1630. 

Wemesherste, Thomas, capper. 1507. 

Wenlok, John, haberdasher. 1468. 

Wereynge,Thomas, of Great Chart. 1394. 

Wertynge, Geoffrey, brewer. 141 5. 

West, Stephen, tailor. 1430. 

West, Thomas, butcher. 1570. 

West, Edward, viciualler. 1739. 

Westbeche, Timothy, smith. 1590. 

Westbrook, Caleb, innholder. 1650. 

Westmoreland, Robert, glover. 1564. 

Weston, John, yeoman. 1526. 

Weston, Thomas, shoemaker. 1592. 

Weuers, John, cook. 1393. 

Weuere, Thomas, weaver. 1422. 

Wharton, Myles, cutler. 1600. 

Whatiowe (Whetlowe), Robert, hackney- 
man.- 1554. 

Whatiowe, John, butcher. 1575. 

Wheelwright, Thomas, victualler. 1746. 

Wheetlye, James, hackneyman. 1559. 

Whetley, Henry, fletcher. i486. 

Whete, John, fuller. J437- 

Whetenhall, Charles, vintner. 1581. 

Whetewey, John, corvesir. 1443. 

W'hetston, John, innholder. 1639. 

Whetston, Edward, innholder. 1640. 

White (Whyte), James, tailor. 1472. 

Whyte, William, hackneyman. 1494. 

Whyztt, Stephen, jernembuz'. 1568. 

White, John, one of Her Majesty's guard. 

1599- 

White, Bartholomew, vintner. 16 15. 

Whitt, Edward, cordwainer. 1623. 

White, Thomas, baker. 1677. 

White John, victunller. 1737. 

White, James, turner. 1766. 

Whitaker, Joseph, victualler. ■737. 

Whitfield, Thomas, victualler, pd. £-i 
17s. 6d. out of £i\. in 1656, but was 
never sworn or admitted until 1658. 

Whitfield, Francis, potter. 1734. 

Whitfield, Henry, potter. '750. 

Whitfield, William, victualler. 1761. 

Whityng, Roger. 1404. 

Whitinge, Matthew, shoemaker. 1603. 

Whiting, George. 1703. 

Whitlok, John, draper. 1463. 



Whitmay, John, collarmaker. 1496. 

Whitnall, William, victualler. 1771. 

Wiboschirs, John. 1396. 

Wilcock (VVylcok), Edmund, mercer. 
1510. 

Wilcocke, John, tailor. 1630. 

Wilco.x, William, linendraper. 1797. 

Wilford, Thomas, Knight. 1625. 

Wilkinson (Wylkynson), Adam, carpen- 
ter. 1473. 

Wylkynson, John, servingman. 1 5 1 6. 

Wylkynson, William, glazier. 1541. 

Wylkynson, Peter, hackneyman. 1546. 

Wilkinson, William, innholder. 1601. 

Wilkinson, John, vintner. 1664. 

Willes, John, woolcomber. 1635. 

Willey, Paschal, currier. 1736. 

William, John, fuller. 1399. 

Wylliam, Stephen, skinner. 1452. 

William, Pett-r, capper. 1475. 

Wyllyams, Humphrey, tailor, for which 
he should have paid £i, but after 
payment of 40s. he departed this 
city, without payment of the rest. 
1569. 

Williams, John, victualler. 1654. 

Williams, James, upholster. 1680. 

VN'illiams, John, brewer. 17 10. 

Williams, Walter, blacksmith. 17 10. 

Williams, Henry, carpenter. 1738. 

Williamson, William, goldsmith. 1525. 

Williamson, John, shoemaker. 1537. 

Williamson, John, surgeon. 1768. 

Williamson, Stephen, cordwainer. 1794. 

Williamson, Stephen, cordwainer. 1796. 

Williamson, Simon John, plumber and 
glazier. 1800. 

Willis (Wyllys), William, butcher. 1393. 

Wyllys, John, brewer. 1426. 

Wilson, Thomas, yeoman. 1487. 

Wylson, Edward, yeoman. 1607. 

Wilson, Trustrum, innkeeper. 1635. 

Willson, Isaac, vintner. 1671. 

Wilson, John, blacksmith. 1781. 

Wilton, I'homas. 1400. 

Wiltshire, John, wheelwright. 1757. 

Wiltshire, John, Junior, wheelwright. 
1761. 

Winnifrith, William, cordwainer. 1750. 

Wodenne, Philip. 1394. 

Woghope, Thomas, hosier. 1500. 

Wolriych, William, barber. 1472. 

Wood (Wode), Richard, mercer. 1530. 

Wood, William, cordwainer. 1637. 

Wood, Samuel, innholder. 1656. 

Wood, William, pastrycook. 1784. 

Wood, John, victualler. 1792. 

Woodfall, [blank], victualler. 1665. 



311 



FREEMEN 



312 



Woodgate (Wodgate), John, lymynour. 

1392. 
Woodgate, John, vintner. i68z. 
Wodeland, William, carnifex. 1398. 
Woodland, Aaron, butcher. 1627. 
Woodman, Henry, weaver. For this 

freedome he paid \'- and did take 

one Edward Ferry a poore boye to 

be his apprentice. 1595. 
Woodruff, Cumberland, surgeon and 

apothecary. 1796. 
Woodward. William, victualler. 1692. 
Wolpette, John, mercator. 1405. 
Woolshafen, John, apothecary. 1709. 
Worger, John, carpenter. 1787. 
Worseley, Thomas, victualler. 1736. 
Worthy, John, joiner and carpenter. 1788. 
Wotton, William, carpenter. 1632. 
Wootton, Edward, victualler. 1769. 
Woware, John, baker. 145 i. 
Wrayght, Nicholas, maltman. 1610. 
Wraight, Daniel, grocer. 1726. 
Wreghte, John, furbour. i43^- 
Wreight, Matthew, tailor. 1668. 
Wreight, Jacob, feltmaker. 1674. 
Wren, Richard, baker. 1504. 
Wrenn, John, surgeon. 1638. 
Wryght, Gregory. 1422. 
Wryght, John, tailor. 1490. 
Wryght, Thomas, capper. 1542. 
Wright, Sampson, musician. 1638. 
Wright, John, musician. 1644. 
Wright, William, bricklayer. J 789. 
Wright, James, plumber and glazier. 1 800. 
Wydet, William, baker. 1425. 
Wygyns, John, baker. 1514. 
Wyggens. Paul, bricklayer. 1618. 
Wyke, William, maltster. 1742. 
Wykham (Wykman written over) William, 
pistor. 1427. 



Wykham, Thomas, tailor, i486. 

Wykys, Richard, butcher. 1455. 

Wykys, John, butcher. 1534. 

Wyide, John, currier. 1531. 

Wyldbore, Jeram', mercer. 1533. 

Wyles, Edmund, Esquire. 1461. 

Wiles, John, of Holy Cross, Cant., carpen- 
ter. 1 76 1. 

Wymborne, William, chandler. 141 5. 

Wyngfeld, John, goldsmith. 1533. 

Wyngemer, Thomas. 141 o. 

Wynk, William, baker. 1544. 

Wynne, Hugh, yeoman. 15 19. 

Wynston, Giles, scrivener. 1.560. 

Wynter John, butcher. 1533. 

Wynter, John, tailor. 1559. 

Wyse, Henry, gent. 1435. 

Wysparte, Richard, apothecary. 1500. 

Wyther, Thomas. 1545. 

Wytherhay. Guy, hackneyman. 1583. 

Wythyer, John, the younger, butcher. 1554 

Wytt, John, butcher. 1558. 

Yeman, Thomas, capper. 1543. 

Yernysley, James, weaver. 1551. 

Yomanson, John, joiner. 15 18. 

Yong, William, shearman. 1393. 

Yonge, William, vintner. 1443. 

Yonge, Peter. 1448. 

Yong, John, tailor. And then the seid 
John Yong had a doughter named 
Margery of the age of viij wekys. 
1525- 

Yong, John, tailor. 1534. 

Younge, Thomas, maltman. 161 1. 

Young, Thomas, beerbrewer. 1636. 

Young, Elias, maltster. 1665. 

Young, John, of Dover, victualler. 1773. 

Young, Robert, of Westgate in Kent, 
carpenter. 1785. 



PART V. 



3freenien b^ ©ift 



Agar, Benjamin, gent. 1689. 

Aldworth, Richard, Esquire, Secretary to 
the Most Reverend Father in God, 
William [Juxon], now Lord Arch- 
bishop of Canterbury. 1661. 

Aisop, John, innkeeper. 1585. 

Amhurst, John, of East Farleigh, Esqr. 
1700. 

Amyar, Richard, beerbrewer. 1578. 

Andrew, John, scrivener. 1551. 

Annot, Charles, surgeon. 1639. 

Aspden, William, tailor. 1608. 

Atkynsson, Thomas, barber. 1559. 

Austen, Valentine, vintner, in regard of 
the good service of his late father 
being a loyal subject to his King, 
&c., and being denyed his freedome 
then. 1683. 

Baker, William, jerkynmaker. 1584. 

Barckowll, William, butcher. 1563. 

Barnes, Thomas, surgeon. 1575. 

Barret, Paul, gent. i56o. 

Barrowe, Richard, yeoman. 1636. 

Bateherst, Thomas, clothmaker, admitted 
free for certain kindnesses and be- 
nevolences by him showed toward the 
common wealth of the said City. 

1542- 

Beake, Robert, gent. 1692. 

Beane, Thomas, linendraper. 1584. 

Beere, Richard, linendraper, on condition 
that he educate and bring up one 
Elizabeth Oxted till she is 16, with 
meat, drink, lodging and apparel. 
1 60 1. 

Belk, Anthony, gent. 16S5. 

Bell, John, weaver, free, because it is one 
of the Agrements to his father Paul 
Bell and now taking the poor 
children. 1592. 



Best, John, Esquire. 1664. 

Best, Thomas, of Bo.tley in Kent, Esquire. 

1741. Note. — He was chosen M.P. for 

Canterbury in 1741, 1747 and 1761. 
Bettenham, John, gent. 1664. 
Betts, Edward, bricklayer, " because hee 

was a poore man." 1 646. 
Bix, James, the younger. Esquire. 1681. 
Blighton, Thomas, mason, who is to 

work repairing the City walls to the 

extent of los. 1589. 
Blunden, William, gent, in consideration 

that his father was Mayor of this city 

in I 71 1. 17ZZ. 
Bonnard, John, painter. 1582. 
Bournley, Alexander, painter. 1569. 
Boys, William, Doctor of physic. 1700. 
Boys, Grotius, Esquire. 1704. Note. — 

He was the son of Geoffrey Boys of 

Bettishanger, and was related to Sir 

John Boys. 
Bradfeild, William, tailor. 1638. 
Branker, Thomas, linendraper. 1601. 
Bremps, Richard, goldsmith. 1462. 
Brent, Sir Nathaniel, Knight, Doctor of 

Laws, sine proviso. 1630. 
Bridger, John, gent. 1700. 
Bridger, Laurence, gent. 1700. 
Broadnax. William, Esquire. 1695. 
Brown (_Broun), Matthew, of Co. Sussex, 

milfs. 1500. 
Brown, Leonard, gent. 1566. 
Browne, Stephen, yeoman, paid nothing 

for that he cured the legg of Nicholas 

Johnson. 161 6. 
Browning, William, miller. 1651. 
Bullocke, Thomas, innholder. 1621. 
Butler, Samuel, stocking weaver. 1780. 
Caffinch, Abraham, butcher. 1643. 
Carter, Nicholas. 1587. 



315 



FREEMEN 



316 



Carter, Thomas, chandler. 1600. 

Cason, John, of Woodnesborough, Es- 
quire. 1700. Note. — He was a Jus- 
tice of the Peace, and died in 1718. 

Chandler, Ambrose, butcher, 1607. 

Charlecome, Samuel, cook, on his under- 
taking to serve as cook at every 
Mayor's Michaelmas feast so long as 
he shall dwell in or near this city. 
1616. 

Churchman, Francis, maltster. 1631. 

Chylton, James, tailor. 1583. 

Clapshaw, John, vintner. 1619. 

Clarck, Thomas, linendraper. 1597. 

Clarkson, Edmond, tailor. 1567. 

Claygate, George, haberdasher. 1589. 

Cole, Robert, yeoman. 1604. 

Collard, Samuel, cordwainer. 1664. 

Colly, Thomas, of the Borough of St. 
Martin's, canmaker, paid nothing in 
consideration that he took Stephen 
Dewlotoe, a poor orphan, apprentice. 
1612. 

Cotton, George, silkweaver. 1575. 

Cowley, Edward, Esquire. 1695. 

Crane, John, gent., for his service as a 
clerk with John Crane the elder. 
Town Clerk. 1654. 

Crayford, Edward, Esquire. 1681. Hole. — 
He acted as deputy to Sir John 
Dorrell, who was appoined Recorder 
by the King in February, 1687. 

Crayford, William, Esquire. ibSS. 

Creed, Sir James, of East Greenwich, 
Knight. 1784. 

Cripyn, Henry, beerbrewer. 1569. 

Crumpe, James, butcher, because he 
married the widow of Robert Ester- 
ling, who left many children. 1662. 

Cucksey, Roger, bowyer. 1580. 

Curtis, Thomas, of Ashford, Kent, gent. 
1 700. 

Daer, Lord. Ac Douglas. 1791. 

D'Acth, Thomas, Esquire. 1708. NoU. — 
He was elected M.P. for Canterbury 
in this year. 

Danne, Stephen, weaver. 1600. 

Davyes, Robert, musician. The fine was 
remitted on his agreeing to have a 
selected soldier's coat made at his 
own expense. 1588. 

Deeds, William, Doctor of Physic. 1696. 

Dell, William, of Lambeth, Esquire. 1640. 

Denew, Nathaniel, of Hackington, gent. 
1700. 

Denn, Richard, linendraper. 161 3. 

Denn, Mr. Thomas, Esquire. 1617. 

Denne, John, Esquire. 1(148. 



Denne, John, gent. 1688. 

Denne, John, gent. 1689. 

Digges, Leonard, of Chllham Castle, 
Esquire, with proviso that the same 
doe not extend to make the sonnes 
or daughters nor apprentices of the 
said Leonard Digges free of the said 
city. 1695. 

Douglas, The Right Honourable Basil 
William, Lord Daer. 1791. Note. — 
He was the eldest son of Douglas, 
Earl of Selkirk. 

Edmondes, Richard, brazier. 1573. 

Edwards, Joseph, painter, paid //// for 
that he is to paint yearly during his 
life the new Maiors postes of his 
doore at vs the paire. 1632. 

Ellwin, Thomas, brewer, placed to become 
a Commonn Councilman by H. M. 
Commissioners. 1663. 

Engeham, Richard, gent. 1558. 

Elverry, William, overseer of the poor 
boys in the Hospital of Poor Priests, 
in respect of his care and diligence 
in his said place. 1655. 

EIvy, Edward. 1664. 

Evanes, Thomas, gent. 1574. 

Eve, Charles, Attorney, for acquitting the 
residue of his bill of charges brought 
into the court of Burghmote for ihe 
further enquiry after the deatn of 
Mrs. Mary Masters. 1717. 

Evenes, Benjamin, locksmith, admitted 
free but he must repair the calivers, 
and do other work for the City to the 
value of twenty shUling. 1586. 

Fagge, Charles, of Chartham,gent. 1695. 

Faussett, Wdliam, gent. 1702. 

Feild, Thomas, innkeeper. 1641. 

Felles, James. 1579. 

Fenner, John, of Ashford, Kent, gent. 
1700. 

Finch (Fyntche), Sir Thomas, Knight. 

1559- 

Fynche, Henry, Esquire. 1590. Note. — 
He was elected M.P. for Canterbury 
in the 35th and 39th of Eliz. 

Fynch, Mr. John, Esquire. 1617. Note. — 
Elected M.P. for Canterbury, 12th 
James L, and Recorder of this City 
in 1617. 

Finch, the Hon. Colonel Heneage, s. of 
the Rt. Hon. Heneage, Earl of 
Winchdsea, Lord Lieut, of this 
City. 1680. 

Fisher (Fyssher), John, yeoman, because 
of certain pleasures done by him for 
Mr. Mayor and the City. 1530. 



317 



OF CANTERBURY. 



318 



Fisher, John, muster-master. 1625. 

Foster, James, innkeeper. 1630. 

Fotherby, Thomas, of the Precinct of 
Christ Church, Cant., Esquire. 1700. 

Fowell, \Vilii.;m, tailor. 1621. 

Fowle, William, merchant. 1573- 

Frankleyn, John, mercer, freedom given 
at the request of my Lord William 
Warham, Archbishop of Canterbun,\ 

1519- 

Francklyn, John, yeonnn. 161 3. 

Freake, Julius, of Londan, gent. 1608. 

Freman, Georye, yeoman, at the desire of 
John Freman. Alderman. 1550. 

Frenchborne, .•\ndre\v, yeoman. 1598. 

Gibbon, the Honorable Cullonell Rcibert. 
.1658. 

Gibbs, Henry, gent,, pd. only 7s. 6d. in 
consideration that he did bestow 
upon this City a large picture of the 
King's .'\rms, now hanging in the 
Court Hall. 1673. 

Gibbs, Henry, the younger, gent. 1695. 

Gibbs, Thomas, painter. 1698. 

Gibson, Thomas, weaver, paid 20s. and 
took Peregrine Filpott a poore child 
to be his apprentice. 1603. 

Gylbert, Richard, maltman. 1591. 

Gilbert, Thomas, yeoman. 1625. 

Giles (Gyles), Thomas, scrivener. 1555. 

Giles, Edward, gent., because he had 
served SirThomas Hardres, Recorder 
of this City, as his clerk. 1680. 

Gleane, Peter, [of Canterbury] gent. 1698. 

Glesley, John, smith. 1580. 

Godfrey, Henry, of Heppington.Nacking- 
ton, Esquire. 1700. 

Gonerley, Thomas, gent. 1592. 

Goodhewe, Matthew, gent. 1579. 

Gouldhatch, Richard. 1^38. 

Granger, Thomas, of London, Esquire. 
1697. 

Gray, James, cordwainer, app. to Nicholas 
Dillnot . . . and because he was very 
carefull and industrious in looking 
after the Conduit and the Trouts in 
the same ... he was adm. without pay- 
ment. 1675. 

Greene, Robert, perpetuana weaver, on 
condition that he shall from time to 
time teach the art of weaving stuffs, 
and also in the art of spinning, such 
persons as the Corporation may 
appoint. 1664. 

Grove, John, gent. 1 6 1 6. 

Grove, Henry. 1664. 



Hadd, IMatthew, Esqidre. 1591. He 
became I\LP. for Canterbury in the 
first year of James L 

Hadd, Edward, Esquire. 1630. 

Hales, James, of the Dungeon, Canter- 
bury, gent., s. of John Hales one 
of the Barons of the Kynges 
Eschequyer was admitted to the 
liberties without any mony for the 
same paid for diverse benevolences 
and goodnrss showed to the said 
City as well by the said Mr. Baron 
as on the behalf of the said Master 
James Hales. 1533. 

Halys, Thomas, of Thanington, gent., s. 
of John Halvs, one of the Barons of 
the King's E.xchequer and freeman 
before the birth of the said Thomas. 

'547- 
Hales, James, Knight. 1578. 

Kales, Sir Charles, Knight. 1606. 

Hales, Edward, of Hackington, Esquire. 
1678. No/e.— Became M.P. for Can- 
terbury in 1678 and 1679. 

Hales Thomas, Esquire, of Howletts. 
1681. 

Hales, Sir Thomas, of H owlets, Bekes- 
bourne, Bart. 1700. A'o/e. — He 
was ALP. for Cant rbur)' from 17 14 
to 1727. 

Hales, Sir Philip, of Howletts, Kent, 
Baronet. 1774. 

Hardres, Thomas, Esquire. 1661. 

Hardres, Peter, Esquire. 1664. 

Hardres, Thomas, Esqr., s. of Thomas 
Hardres, Serjeant at Law and Rec- 
order of this City. 1674. No/e. — He 
was Recorder of Canterbury from 
166310 1681. and .ALP. in 1679. 

Hardres, John, Esquire. 1700. A''o/e. — 
He was chosen 5LP. for Canterbury 
in 1705, 1710, 1713 and 1714. 

Hardress, Sir William, of Hardres Court, 
Baronet. 171 1. A'o/e. — He was 
M.P. for Canterbury in 1727, was 
re-elected in 1734. but unseated on 
petition. 

Harris, Walter, the elder, of ]\Iaidstone, 
gent. 1700. 

Head, Sir Francis, of Lee, Ickham, Bart. 
1700. 

Heming, Thomas, whitebaker. 1626. 

Hendley, Walter, gent., because he was 
one of the "burges" of the said 
City and of his benevolence and 
gentle favour toward the said City 
would take no fee or Parliament 
wages. 1542. 



319 



FREEMEN 



320 



Henley, Francis, tailor, given according 
to the usage by the Mayor who may 
confer the freedom on anyone man 
that the Burghmote shall think well 
of. 1597. 

Henman, William, of Charing, gent. 1698. 

Hinde (Hynde), John, yeoman. 1591. 

Hollanden, Edward, brazier. 1664. 

HoUier, John, wooUendraper. 1607. 

Holman, Lawrence, upholster, lately 
made a member of the Common 
Council by His Majesty's Commis- 
sioners. 1662. 

Honywood, Sir William, Baronet and Ald- 
erman. 1685. Note. — He was M. P. 
for Canterbury from 1685 to 1695. 

Honywood, Sir John, of Evington, Kent, 
Baronet. 1790. Note. — Elected M.P. 
for Canterbury in 1790. 

Hopkins, Thomas, carpenter. He " pd — 
o — in respect of teaching the hospitall 
boyes to reed and writ." 1641. 

Hornse, James, innholder. 1640. 

Hougham, Solomon, of London, gent. 
1702. 

Hubberd, John, clothworker. 1676. 

Hudson, James, yeoman. 1631. 

HumfTrey, John, tailor. 1566. 

Hunt, Thomas, haberdasher. 1600. 

Hunt, Thomas, wooUendraper. 1605. 

Hunt, Edward, tailor. 1607. 

Jackson, Richard, gent., given him when 
he was elected and sworn a Common 
Counseir and Town Clerk. 1635. 

Jacob, William, Doctor in Physic. 1660. 

Jacob, Robert, of Dover, Esquire. 1688. 

Jemett, Warham, innkeeper. 1590. 

Jenkins, Thomas, Esquire. 1688. 

Jenvey, James, brewer. 1604. 

Jervys, Richard, haberdasher. 1604. 

Joad, William, haberdasher. 1611. 

Jolley, Thomas, gardener. 1780. 

Jurden, Henry, tailor, freely nominated 
by the Mayor. 1594. 

Jurden, Thomas, of the Cathedral Pre- 
cinct, barber, s. of William Jurden 
of the same Precinct, clerk, who hath 
beeneagreatsufferer on His Majesty's 
behalfe in the late rebellious times. 
1663. Note. — William Jurden, the 
father, was vicar of St. Paul's Can- 
terbury from 1626 to 1 68 1. 

Kidder, Thomas, gent. 1688. 

King, Thomas, tobaccopipemaker, in 
respect of his poverty. 1656. 

King, John, of the City of Cambridge, 
clerk. 1715. 



Kingsley, William, of the Precinct of 
Christ Church, Cant., Esquire. 1&61. 

Kingsley, William, of Maidstone, Esquire. 
1700. 

Kemmynge, John, gent. 1637. 

Kempe, Andrew, gent., for divers pleas- 
ures done to the honour of the City 
in the watches one [on] Seynt Tho- 
mas Evyn, frely gevyn hym by the 
hole assent of the Bourmote. 1534. 

Kent, Thomas, gent. 1 700. 

Kenwricke, William, of Norton, Esquire. 
1648. 

Knowler, John, Esquire, Recorder of 
Cant. 1733. Note. — He was Re- 
corder from 1733 to 1763. 

Knowler, Gilbert, Esquire. 1787. 

Lade, Lancelot, Esquire. 1664. 

Lamperd, William, shoemaker. 1599. 

Lathum, John, Esquire. 1620. 

Lee, Richard, Esquire. 1590. 

Lee, Henry, Esquire, and Alderman. 
1685. Note.—M.V. for this City 
from 1685 to 1705, and again from 
1710 to 1713. 

Leonard, Thomas, Doctor in Physic. 
1639. 

Ley, Thomas, of Rochester, Esquire. 
1698. 

Leyster, Henry, whitebaker. 1617. 

Lovelace, Lancelot, Esquire. 1613. Note. 
— He was made Recorder of Canter- 
bury in 1621. 

Lovelace, Francis, Esquire. 1636. Note. 
— He was Recorder of Canterbury 
from 1638 to 1643. 

Lovelace, Francis, gent. 1692. 

Lucas, John, gent., for the manyfold 
. kindness and gifts of the said John 
to the said city. 1525. 

Lye, Robert, capper. 1572. 

Lynch, William, of Grove in Kent. March 
15, 1768. Note. — He was elected 
Al.P. for Canterbury on the 17th of 
the same month. 

Maguire, William, of Westerham, Es- 
quire. 1768. 

Maidston, The Rt. Hon. Viscount. 1630. 

Man, Bartholomew, gent. 1579. 

Man, William, Esquire. 1664. 

Marshe, Thomas. 1608. 

Marsh, Thomas, gent., admitted in con- 
sideration that he do cause the old 
papers now by him produced and 
shewn unto this Court purporting 
[to be] copyes of several Charters 
granted to this City, and severall 
matters usefull to this City to be 



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fairly transcribed in a book so soon 
as conveniently may be and after- 
wards deliver the said Original and 
new book into the Chamber of this 
City to be there kept for the use and 
benefitt of the said City. In default 
the said Thomas Marsh (the sworn) 
to be disfranchised. 1715. 

INIaster, Peter, linendraper, s. of Mr. 
George JMaster of the Common 
Council. 1615. 

Master, Edward, of Ospringe, Esquire. 
■ 1628. 

Master, Sir Edward, Knight. 1661. Nofe. 
— Elected M.P. for this city in this 
year. 

]\Iaster, James, Esquire. 1664. 

Masterson, John, shoemaker. 1616. 

Mathews, Daniel, of Maidstone, gent. 
1700. 

May (Male), Robert, vintner. 1599. 

May, Thomas, of Godmersham, Esquire. 
1733. N'olc. — Sat in Parliament for 
Canterbury in 1734. 

Mayne, William, of St. James's, West- 
minster, Esquire. 1760. 

Mayse, Matthew, weaver, admitted free 
because he took as an apprentice 
one Carlock, by order of the Court. 
1584. 

Mercer, Samuel, butcher. 1592. 

Michenner, Richard, joiner, admitted free 
because he had taken James Pooley, 
a poor hospital boy, as an apprentice. 
1631. 

Millcs, Samuel, of the Abp's Palace, Cant., 
Esquire. 1700. 

Milles, Richard, of Nackington, Esquire. 
1760. Nole.—Yis was MP. for 
Canterbury from 1761 to 1774. 

Morgan, Richard, Serjeant. 1558. 

Mounteere, Richard, musician, in respect 
of his great poverty. 1655. 

Muggold, Thomas, gardener. 1688. 

Murton, George, Esquire. 1579. 

Newchurche, Edward, yeoman. 1582. 

Newman, George, Dr. at Lawe, for diverse 
loves and kindnesses shown to the 
city. 1608. 

Newman, Thomas, cordwainer. 1611. 

Nicholson, Nicholas. 1664. 

Norden, Edward, gent. 1634. 

Norman, Moses, chandler. 1620. 

Nutt, John, of Nackington, gent. 1636. 
NoU. — He was chosen ]M.P. for 
Canterbury in the 15th and i6th 
Car. I. 

Nutt, Edward, Esquire. 1664. 



Olyff, Thomas, woollendraper. 1596. 

Osborne, Alexander, of Staplegate, grocer. 
1647. 

Oxynden, John, of Wingham, gent. 1461. 

Oxinden, Richard, of Dean in Wingham, 
Esqr. 16S5. 

Packman, John, gent. 1601. 

Palmer, Henry, Esquire. 1578. 

Palmer, John, brewer. 161 7. 

Palmer, James, Esquire, who dwelleth at 
Dorni in Buckingham. 1626. A'nle. — 
Elected M.P. for this City in 1626. 
Dorni, Dorney Court, Rucks. 

Palmer, Sir Roger, of Westminister, 
Knight. 1640. 

Pallmer, Henry, Esquire. 1664. 

Paramore, Thomas, gent. 1599. 

Parkhurst, John, brewer. 1638. 

Passheley, John, tailor. 1580. 

Pemell, Robert, physician. 1634. 

Penny, Gilbert, beer brewer. 1571. 

Petit, Cylyas, gent. 1539. 

Pettman, John, tanner. :688. 

Phillipes, Joseph, innkeeper. 163S. 

Pitt, The Right Hon. William. "1784. 

Pitt, The Right Hon. William. 1792. 
A'ote. — He is erroneously said to 
have had the Freedom granted to 
him twice. The Freedom was con- 
ferred in 1784, but he did not take 
the oath until 1792. 

Plummer, John, gent. 1702. 

Poole, John, pumpmaker. 1622. 

Pope, Thomas, victualler. 1575. 

Porter, the Hon. James, Vice-Chamber- 
lain of the King's Majesty's House- 
hold. 1688. 

Pownoll, John, gent. 1664. 

Pullyn, Thomas, surgeon. 1580. 

Purefey, Martin, beerbrewer. 1580. 

Pyard, Peter, gent. 1613. 

Pyard, Edward, gent. 1644. 

Pytkyn, William, yeoman. i6i8. 

Radcliffe, Edward, Esquire. 1705. 

Ramsey, John, gent. 1549. 

Randolph, Herbert, Esquire. 1689. 
Note. — He was Recorder of Canter- 
bury from 1692. He died in 1726. 

Reitingar, Christopher, Dr. in Physic. 
1608. 

Roberts, Joseph, of St. Dunstan's, Cant., 
gent. 1 6b I. 

Roberts, Edward, Esquire. 1664. 

Roberts, Edmund, gent., because he was 
the s.of SirJohnRoberts.Knight. i O79 . 

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FREEMEN 



/ 



324 



Robinson, Matthew, the younger, of 
Monks Horton, Esquire. 1747. 
Nott. — He was elected M.P. for this 
City in 1747 and in 1754. 

Robinson, Cliarles, Esquire, Recorder of 
Cant. 1763. 

Rogers, John, gent. 1598. Nolf.—He. 
was elected M.P. for Canterbury in 
the 43rd year of Elizabeth. 

Rogers, Thomas, gent. 1698. No/e.— 
In 1695 Thomas Rogers engaged to 
make the Stour navigable from Sand- 
wich to Canterbury. 

Romney, The Right Hon. Charles, Lord, 
Lord Lieut, of the County of Kent. 
1799. 

Rooke, Lawrence, gent. 1660. 

Rooke, William, of Great St. Lawrence 
near Cant., Esquire. 1675. 

Rooke, Sir George, of St. Lawrence. 
Cant., Knight. 1698. 

Rooper, William, Esquire, High Sheriff of 
Kent. 1555. Noie.—U.V. for this 
City in the reign of Philip and Mary, 

Ruck, Christopher, woollen draper. 1588. 

Rufibot, Nicholas, bricklayer, paid o 
because he took to his app. James 
Ireland, one of the hospital boys of 
this City. 1635. 

Rustall, William, gent., Serjeant at Lawe. 

1555- 
Rygbe, William, tailor. 1567. 
Sabine, Avery, gent. 1681. 
St. Nicholas, Thomas, of Ash ne.xt 

Sandwich, Esquire. 1654. 
Saunder, Thomas, miller, given by the 

common assent of the Court for hys 

good orderyng of the Kynges Milles. 

1626. 
Sayer, The Hon. George, of Pett, Charing, 

Esquire. 1695. No/e. — He was M.P. 

for Canterbury from 1695 to 1702. 
Sayer, Robert, of St. Martin-in-the-Fields, 

Middlesex, Esquire. 1695. 
Sayer, John, [blank]. Esquire. 1701. 
Sawbridge, Samuel Elias, of Ollantigh, 

Esquire. 1796. 
Sawkins, John, gent. 1683. 
Scott (Skott), Robert, weaver. 1565. 
Scott, Thomas, Esquire. 16 18. 
Scott, Thomas, Esquire. 1654. 
Scranton, Thomas, Esquire. i588. 
Sebrand, John, mercer. 1587. 
Sedwix, John, the Common Beadle of 

this City. 1688. 
Sharpe, Hugh, tailor. 1577. 
Sherborne, James, of Maidstone, gent. 
1700. 



Shute, John, Esquire, admitted free quibus 
dedit vnam fferam voc' A Bukk & in 
vino ad valoris vjs viijd. 1482. 
Simpson, John, gent, s. of Mr. Roger 
Simpson, admitted free in respect of 
his father, and the favour of this City 
towards him. 1642. 
Slingesby, Sir Arthur, of Rifrons, Patrix- 
bourne. Knight and Baronet, for 
being instrumental to procure the 
Judges of Assize to come to this 
Citty. 1664. 
Smyth, Ralph, (?) baker. 1461. 
Smith, Henry, butcher. 1615. 
Smith, John, tailor, in respect of his 
master. Sir Edward Master, Knight. 
1634. 
Smith, John, of Maidstone, gent. 1700. 
Somner (Sumner), William, gent. 1640. 
Nole. — This was the author of the 
Antiquities of Canterbury. 
Somner, William, of the Precinct of 

Christchurch, mercer. 1655. 
Somner, John, "of the Precinct of the 
late Cathedral and Metropoliticall 
Church of Christ Canterbury," tailor. 
1658. 
Somner, Robert, mercer, s. of John 
Somner, for the good service he hath 
lately done for this City. 1662. 
Spencer, William, Esquire. 1681. 
Sprakeling, Adam, gent. 1693. 
Staples, Thomas, girdler. 1622. 
Stede, Button, of Hollingbourne, Esquire 

1700. 
Strangford, the Rt. Hon. Philip, Lord 

Viscount. 1679. 
Streete, Richard, goldsmith. 1652. 
Sjmpson, John, Esquire. 168:. 
Swan, John, grocer, admitted free at the 
instance of John Swan, Alderman, 
and with the consent of Thomas 
Compton, and William Levyne. 

H97- 

Swinford, Henry, tailor, admitted free for 
certain reasons and considerations 
shown to the Court. 1675. 

Tangett, Thomas, tailor. 1573. 

Tarrie, William, vintner. 1623. 

Taylor(Taillour), Alexander, clothworker. 

1543- 
Tailor, Francis, clerk. 1660. 
Tayler, John, of Bifrons, Esquire. 1696. 
Teynham, the Rt. Hon. Christopher, Lord 

Teynham, Lord Lieut, of Kent. 1688. 



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Thomas, George, saddler, admitted at the 
request of William Gilham, Esquire, 
Mayor. 1673. Note. — In lieu of a 
free nomination, the Mayor in future 
to receive £b. 

Thomas, William, silkweaver. 1780. 

Throwley, Peter. 1565. 

Turnor, William, carpenter. 1650. 

Turner, Thomas, Esquire. 1664. 

Vawse, John, yeoman. 1563. 

Vynsentt, Robert, yeoman. 1559. 

Warner, Lee, of Nackington, Esquire. 
1700. A'^ole. — Henry Lee was ALP. 
for Canterbury from i6g8 to 1713. 
The name Warner was added to Lee, 
and thus became Lee Warner. 

Washenton, Robert, tailor. 1610. 

Watson, Lewis, Esquire. 1681. A^olt. — 
He became RLP. for Canterbury in 
this year. 

Watson, John, gent. 1702. 

Watson, The Hon. Edward. 1708. N'ote. — 
He was RLP. for Canterbury in 1708. 

Watson.The Hon. Thomas, of Sheldwich, 
Esquire. 1740. A'^otc. — Elected J\LP. 
for Canterbury in this year. 

Watson, The Hon. George. 1800. 

Wattes, Henry, clothier. 1627. 

Waynflet, Thomas, vintner, for which 
admittance he paid nothing, "not for 
that he was the sonne of Thomas 
Waynflet, freman of the seid Citie 
and late Mayer because the seid 
Thomas the sonne was inlegittime 
procreat but at the specyall request 
of Mr. Thomas Pokes then Mayer 
and with the concent of the hole 
Court of Bourmote for the very zele 
and love that Mr. Mayer the Alder- 
men and Ccen Counsell hold unto 
the seid Thomas Waynflet the Eather 
the seid fees was pardoned to the seid 
Thomas the yonger." 1515. 

Webbe, Thomas, gent. 1581. 

Webb, Joseph, gent., he serving Sir Paul 
Barrett, Knight, Recorder of this 
city as clerk. 1683. 



Webb, Richard, of East Harming, gent. 
1700. 

White, Daniel, of the Precinct of Christ 
Church. 1695. 

Whytehorne, Robert, notary. 1573. 

Wilkes, Thomas, woolcomber, " because 
hee hath kept the Seates of the Maior 
Aldermen and Com'on Councell of 
this Citty in the Sermonhouse of the 
Cathedral Church ... by the space 
of 3 yeares," and undertakes to keep 
them unto Michaelmas, 1664. 1662. 

Williamson, John, yeoman. 1646. 

Wilson (Wylson), Thomas, clerk. 1609. 
Nott. — Thomas Wilson, rector of St. 
George's, Canterbury, from 1586 to 
1622 ; he was the author of a Diction- 
ary of the Bible in English, and of 
other works. 

Winchilsea, The Rt. Hon. Charles, Earl 
of. Viscount iNIaidstone, Baron Fitz- 
Herbert of Eastwell and Lord of the 
Royal Manor of Wye. Adm. free 
without any proviso, in regard that 
the Rt. Hon. Heneage, late Earl of 
Winchilsea, his late grandfather was 
a freeman of this city. 1693. 

Wode, Thomas, singing man. 1 544. 

Woolball, Peter, of Maidstone, gent. 1700. 

Wrayght, Thomas. 1609. 

Yong, John, innkeeper. 1586. 

Younge, John, s. of John Younge, inn- 
holder. 1609. 

Younge, Thomas, s. of John Younge, of 
St. George in this city. The Burgh- 
mote decreed that John Younge the 
childe and sonne of the sayd Thomas, 
notwithstandinge he was borne before 
the graunte of this freedome unto 
ye sayd Thomas, in consyderacon 
of the said iiij li [paid] shall when 
he comes to the age of .xxj yeres, be 
admitted unto the freedome, etc., 
gratis. 1609. 

Younge, Edward, of Whiteparish, Wilt- 
shier, Esquire. 1700. 



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ADDENDA. 



To Part i. Add: — 

Austen, Henr)', of London, barber. 1 768. 
Burton, John, Junior, butcher, s. of John 

Burton. 1506. 
Cheever, Daniel, glover, s. of James 

Cheever, glover. 1682. 
Fishenden, Philip, of Dover, framework- 
knitter. 176S. 
Gray, Matthias, grocer, s. of IMatthias 

Gra}-. dyer. 1682. 
Jefiferay (Jafferay), George, tailor, s. of 

William Jefferay, plumber. 1542. 
Lamkyn, alias Gyce, James, corvesir, s. 

of Lambert Gyce. 1480. 
Sheafe, John, silkweaver, s. of John 

Sheafe, barber. 1733. 

To Part 2. Add: — 

Bradley, John, carpenter=a d. of John 

Catlet. 1510. 
Graddell, Thomas, vintner=Dorothy, d. 

of John Marlowe, shoemaker. 1594. 



Gybon, John, fuller=Alice, d. of John 
Beaufrount, baker. 1401. 

Johnson, Thomas, tailor=a d. of John 
Tent. 1509. 

Lambsyn, Thomas, chandler, s. of John 
Lambsyn. 1423. No/e.— This is 
entered among those admitted by 
marriage, and the usual fine in such 
cases paid ; but there is no mention 
of the woman. 

Mody, Thomas=Mabel, d. of Henry 
Wertyng. 1395. 

To Part 3. Add: — 

Frampton, Thomas, tailor, app. to Jerman 

Little. 1677. 
Wemesherste, Thomas, capper. 1507. 

To Part 4. Add: — 

Bertelot, John. 1461. 
Bcrtyn, Robert, gent. 1461. 
Wykys, Edmund, armiger. 1461. 



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330 



INDEX OF STRAY NAMES. 



A Bere, 
Abree, 



Adis, 



Abbott, ) Bonnet, 105. 
,, John, 105. 
,, Martha, 161. 
„ Susan, 131. 

Thomas, 121, 131, 161. 
Alice, 155. 
Richard, 155. 
James, 224, 230. 
A Corte, Thomas, i. 
Adams, Anne, 112. 

„ John, I, 112, 154. 
,, Margaret, 154. 

Ralph, 167. 
,, Thomas, i. 
WilMam, i. 
Jane, 1 14. 
,, Stephen, i, 114. 
Adman, Solomon, i. 
Alcock, 1 Elizabeth, 102. 
Alcok-e, / John, 2, 126, 173. 
,, Margery, 126. 
,, Robert, 2, 102. 
Aldridge, \ Dorothy, 126. 
Aldredge, ) Jane, 164. 
,, Joseph, 2. 
,, Margaret, 109. 
„ Ralph, 2, 109, 126, 164. 
Thomas, 2. 
Martin, 2. 
Agnes, 103, 164. 
, ; Elizabeth, 110, 143. 
) Hugh, 103. 
Mary, log. 
Robert, 164. 
Thomas, 109. 

William, 2, 1 10, 143, 193, 230. 
William, 184. 
Jrary, 149. 
,, William, 149. 
Ambrose, Joan, 126. 
John, 126. 
Eustace, 210. 
William, 21b. 
Anne, 137. 
William, 137, 190. 
Katherine, 143. 
,, William, 143. 
Anderson, John, 158. 
,, Sarah, 15S. 
Andrews, John, 194. 
„ Thomas, 3. 



Alfrey, 
Allen, 
Allej-n, 
AUyn, 



Alson, 
Alston, 



Amos, 

Amyas, 

Amye, 

Amyes, 



Annott, 1 Charles, 120, 135. 
Anott, / Eleanor, 120. 

,, Elizabeth. 135. 
Ansell, ) Alice, 125. 
Auncell, .' George, 173, 238. 
Aunsell, ' John, 125. 

„ Margaret, 129. 

„ WiUiam, 3, 129. 
Anslow, John, 147. 

„ ilar\-, 147. 
Applegate, Lawrence, 239. 
Aplegate, Thomas, 3. 
Archley, Jolm, 3. 
Arnold, Thomas, 3. 
Aruudell, Margaret, 107. 

„ Richard, 107. 
Asshefourth, Edmond, 176. 
Ashenden, 1 Christopher, 125, 1S2, 197. 
Asshenden, ) Elizabeth, 141. 

„ Geoffrey, 30. 

,, Hannah, 161. 

„ Jacob, 211. 

John, 3, 141, 173, 234. 

,, Leonard, 142, 161, 181, 221. 

,, Margery, 142. 

,, Maiy, 125, i6i. 

„ Richard, 3. 

,, Thomas, 172, 205. 
Atte Church, Christina, 132. 

,, Philip, 132. 
Atte Ford, Alexander, 107. 

,, Isabella, 107. 
Atkinson, Jane, 134. 

John, 3, 134. 
Atwell, i William, 141, 150. 
Attwell, j Elizabeth, 1 1 7. 

John, 117, 141, 237, 239. 

,, lhom.as, ill, 150, 169, 176, iSo, 197, 
226, 237. 

,, Wilham, 3, 105. 
Atwood, ) Alice, 97, 151. 
Atte Wode, / Joan, 150. 

,, Thomas, 3, 94, 97. 

„ William, 3, 4, 150, 151, 169, 1S9, 201, 

243- 
Aucher, ) Edward, 170, 184. 
Awcher, j Elizabeth, 104, 154. 

,, Richard, 4, 154. Scf Awger. 
Austen, ( Anne, 157. 
Austin, j David, 4, 143. 

,, Elizabeth, 143, 161. 

„ Henry, 327. 



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332 



Austen, \ Richard, 4, 157, 161, 163, 225. 
Austin, I Robert, 248. 

,, Sarah, 163. 

,, Thomas, 4. 
Austrey, Daniel, 4, 235. 
Avery, James, 187. 

„ William, 221. 
Awger, John, 4, 109, 181. 

,, OlifN-e, 109. See Aucher. 
Eager, Elizabeth, 248. 
Baker, Alice, 144. 

,, Ehzabeth, 160. 

,, George, 4, 195, 202. 

,, Henry, 4, 122. 

,, Joan, 104, 122. 

,, Mary, 131. 

,, Nicholas, 104. 

,, Richard, 249 

,, Robert, 171. 

,, Sarah, 155. 

„ Thomas, 131, 144, 155, IbO, 170, 207. 

,, Walter, 200, 242. 
Baksnothe, Reginald, 302. 
Baldwin, Christopher, 6, 164, 168. 

,, Giles, 6. 

,, Martha, 127. 

,, Mary, I&4. 
Rachel, 118. 

„ Ralph, 118, 127, 235. 
Banfield, Elizabeth, 137. 

,, John, 170. 

,, Thomas, 137. 
Bannock, Elyn, 249. 
Barbet, WiUiam, 168, igi, 230. 
Barbor, ) Joan, ibo. 
Barbour, j Micholas, 4, 160. 

,, Stephen, 4. 
Bare, Thomas, 5, 

Bargrove, Agnes, 164. 

,, John, 164. 
Barham, Anne, 114, 122. 

,, Elizabeth, 108. 

,, Giles, 5, 217. 

,, John, 5, 108, 114, 169, i8fa, 198, 205, 
209. 

,, Richard, 212. 

,, Thomas, 5. 

,, William, 4, 122. 
Barles, Alexander, 123, 20b, 235. 

„ Jane, 123. 

Joseph, 171. 
Barlowe, William, 222. 
Barnes, Margaret, 250. 
Bamsdale,Tliomas, 171, 188, 199, 225. 
Barr, John, 5. 

Bar , Sarah, 150. 

,, Thomas, 150. 
Barrett, ] Anne, 134. 
Baret, | Catherine, 153. 

,, Edward, 5, 129, 171, 195, 217, 22b, 237. 

,, Jane, 152. 

John, 5", 152, 153, 171, 190, 198, 203, 
217. 

,, Margaret, 129. 
Paul, 5. 
Sir Paul, 325. 

,, Stephen, 5. 

Thomas, 5, 134, 232. 
Barrow, Richard, 234. 
Bartlam, Henry, 191, 193. 
Barton, Anne, 135. 



Barton, John, 5, 6, ib, 135, 137, 171, 185, 214, 

215. 234- 

,, Judith, 137. 

,, William, 170. 
Bartrop, Anne, 133. 

,, William, 133. 
Barwyke, Arme, 131. 

„ Robert, 131. 
Basely, Joan, 136. 

„ WilUam, 136. 
Bassett, Thomas, 6, 172. 
Bateman, John, 209. 
Bates, Thomas, 196. 
Battersby, Margery, 105. 

,, William, 105. 
Baulden, See Baldwin. 
Bawden, See Baldwin. 
Bawdw}!!, See Baldwin. 
Bawdyn, See Baldwin. 
Baxter, John, 242. 
Bayly, Stephen, 4. 

,, Thomas, 170. 
Beacham, See Beechara. 
Beale, Joan, 162. 

,, Nicholas, 6, 162. 

William, 177. See Be\e 
Beames, Grace, 158. 

,, Wilham, 158. 
Bean-e, George, lib, 

,, Jane, 143. 

,, John, b, 172. 

,, Mary, 1 16. 

,, Thomas, 6. 

,, William, b, 143. 
Bear, Mary Ann, 153. 

,, Thomas, 6, 7, 153. 
Beard, Edward, ib4. 

,, .Sus.aima, Ib4. 
Beaufrount, Alice, 328. 

„ John, 328. 
Beaumont, Anne, 126. 

„ John, 12b. 
Beavys, Alice, 128. 
John, 128. 
Becraft, Henry, 220. 
Beda, Richard, 209. 
Bedel, Richard, 7. 

,, Thomas, 102. 
Bee, Thomas, 234. 

Beecham, | Benjamin, b, 159. 
Beacham, j Elizabeth, 159. 

,, Joseph, 6. 

,, Richard, 172. 

,, Thomas, b, 127. 
Beerton, John, 7. 
Beeson, ) Charles, 155. 
Beson, ) Elizabeth, 155. 

,, Thomas, 197, 227. 
Bele, Alice, 99. 

,, Hamon, 6, 108. 

,, Isabella, 108. 

,, Wilham, 99, 133. See Beale. 
Bell, Paul, 313. 

,, Richard, 173. 

,, Thomas, 172, 243. 
William, 7. 
Belsey, Joan, 100. 

,, Thoma!,, 7, 100. 
Bennett, 1 James, 137, 143, 200. 
Beneyt, } Mildred, 137. 

„ Obedience, 7. 



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INDEX OF STRAY NAMES. 



334 



Bennett, | Robert, 7. 
^eneyt, J Rose, 143. 



William, 7. 
Berry, Anne, 126, 150. 

,, Edward, 148, 167. 

„ Elizabeth, 129. 

„ John, 7, 8, 126, 143. 

,, Joseph, 7, 117. 

„ Mark, 7, 150. 

„ Mary, 143. 

„ Robert, 225, 252. 

,, Sarah, 148. 

,, Thomas, 7. 

,, William, 7. 
Bertelot, John, 328. 
Bertyn, Robert, 328. 
Best, Margaret, 109. 

„ Martlia, 125. 

„ Moses, 8, 205, 234. 

„ Nicholas, 8, 109, 221, 229, 239. 

„ Thomas, 8, 125. 216. 
Belts, E^dward, 118, 173, 192, 209, 211, 

Mary, 118. 
Beverly, Nicholas, 238. 
Beverton, Bennet, 147. 

,, Deborah, 119. 

„ Elizabeth, 142, 152. 

,, Frances, 121, 125. 

,, John, 8, 125, 147, 160. 

,, Lydia, 148. 

„ Martha, 100. 

„ Mary, 160. 

„ Simon, 8, 100, 119, 175, 187, 215. 

„ Squier, 8. 121, 148, 152, 174, 210. 

„ Thomas, 8, 142, 169. 

„ William, 192, 197, 221, 236. 
Biggs, ) Agnes, 108. 
Byggei, I Eli/.abeth, 163. 

„ Henry, 107, 108. 

,, John, Ib3, 189. 
Bing, I Henry, 236. 
Byng, ) John, 189, 203. 

,, Thomas. 16. 
Bird, John. 194. 

Bisher, Philip, 225. 
Bishopp, Robert, iSo. 
Bissett, John, 182. 

Bix, John, 171, 174, 190, 205, 213, 215. 

Blackman, George, 9. 

John, 8. 
Blake, Alice, iig. 

., Ann, 151. 

,, Elizabeth, 147. 
Juan, 145. 

,, John, 145. 

Thomas, 119, 13b, 147, 151, 233. 

,, Ursula, 136. 

Bland, Gilbert, 9, 136. 

,, Joan, 136. 
Blanket, John, 169. 

,, WiUiam, 9. 
Blashland, Elizabeth, log. 
Stephen, 109. 
Blaxland, Sarah, 148. 

,, Stephen, 148. 
Bligh, Ann, 158. 

„ Edward, 9. 

,, George, 158. 

,, John, 9. See Blye. 
Blight, George, 9. 
Henry, 9. 



117, 185. '03- 



Blight, John, 174. 
,, Thomas, 9. 
Blinstone, Joseph, 118. 

,, Thomasine, 118. 
Blogg, Charles, 9, 10, no, 
,, Edward, 9, 10. 
,, Elizabeth, no, 163. 

„ Hester. 11- . 

,, Isabella, 151. 

,, Katherine, 144. 

„ William, 9, 10, 144, 151, 163, 174, 230, 
242. 
Blondon, Thomas, 179. 
Blye, George, n4. 

Mary, n4. SeeBVigh. 
Blyth, Elizabeth, 160. 

„ Henry, 103, 160. 

,, John, 10. 

,, Margaret, 103. 
Bocay, Ellen, 103. 

„ Hugh, 103. 
Bodle, John, 10, 
Bokynge, Beatrice, 130. 

,, Thomas, 130. 
Bolaine, Noah, 10. 
Bolle, Thomas, 10. 
Bonard, Bernard, 154. 

,, Mary, 154. 
Bond, Anne, nb. 

,, Henry, 10, 190, 216. 

,, Isaac, 10, 116. 

,, Robert, 10, 174, 199, 214. 

„ Samuel, 131. 

,, Susan, 131. 
Bonger, Rowland, 10. 
Bonner, Thomas, 10. 
Bonyngton, Johanna, 119. 

,, John. 10, 119. 

„ WiUiam, 10. 

Boocker, , 203. 

Boole, Joan, 152. 

,, Wilham, 151. 
Booth, Elizabeth, 103. 

,, Joseph, 10, 103. 

,, William, 10, 175, 199. 
Borne. See Bourne. 
Bomeleye, Robert, 175. 
Bosworth, Edward, n. 
Bosyngton, John, 102. 

,, Sarah, 102. 
Bolting, Alderman, 169, 175, 219, 220. 

,, Thomas, 240. 

,. William, n, 188, 209, 221, 229. 
Bounds, Abraham, n. 
Boume, | Anne, 139, 145. 
Bome, ) Mary, 162. 

,, Reynold, n, 139, 145, 162, 196. 
Bowyer, Anthony, 188. 
Boycot, Richard, 99. 

,, Sarah, 99. 
Boyes, \ Anne, 149. 
Boys, ) Elizabeth, 130. 

,, Geoffrey, 314. 

„ Sir John, 314. 

,, Mary, 135. 

,, Robert, n. 

,, Thomas, 130, 135, 149. 
Bradbery, Hugh, 16S. 
Bradley, Elizabeth, 105. 

„ John, 105, 327. 
Brames, John, n. 



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FREEMEN OF CANTERBURY. 



336 



Bramlyng.Alice, 102. 

,, John, 102. 
Brancker, ) Aphra, 153. 
Branker, ) Fiances, 136. 

„ Richard, 11, 136. 

„ Sandford, 153. 

,, Thomas, 11. .?« Biuncker. 
Brattell, \ Francis, 1 iq. 
BratUe, j John, 11, 99, 155, 175, 233, 242. 

,, Mary, 99. 

Mercy, 155. 
Bray, Dionisia, 148. 

,. John. 148. 
Brayne, Thomas, 203. 
Breeche, Philip, 11. 
Brempe, John, 1 1. 
Brewere, Cleve, 1 1 . 
Brice, \ Elyn, 155. 
Bryce, ) John, 12. 

,, Sarah, 131. 

,, Solomon, 131. 

,, Stephen, 12. 
Brickenden, Esther, 164. 

,, John, 164. 
Bridge, 1 Abel, 12. 
Brydge, ) Agnes, 133. 

,, Anne, 108. 

,, Christopher, 11, 12, 108, 183, 193, 210, 
232. 

,, Elizabeth, 141. 

„ Henry, 187. 

,, Joseph, 234. 

„ Robert, II, 12, 176, 214. 

,, Samuel, 141. 

„ Thomas, 12, 133. 

,, William, 12, 175, 193. 
Bridges, ) Frances, 122. 
Brydges, j Henr}', 12. 

,, John, 12, 176. 

,, Robert, 12, 122. 
Bright, \ Anne, in. 
Bryght, ) Clement, 12, 175, 190, 218, 227. 

,, John, 120, 160. 

,, Samuel, 11 1. 

„ Sarah, 120. 

,, Thomas, 12. 

,, Thomasine, 160. 
Broadnax, Mary, 146. 

,, .Susanna, 134. 

,, Valentine, 134, 146. 
Brockhurst, William, 21O. 
Broke, Nicholas, 141. 
Brokcman, Robert, 12. 
Broker, John, 12. 

Bronie, Simon, 12, 188, 200, 213, 243. 
Brooke, Agnes, 124. 

,, Richard, 124. 
Broome, Thomas, 12, 13. 
Brown, Anne, 130. 

„ Anthony, 13, 104, 125. 

,, Christopher, 13. 

,, Edward, 177. 

„ Elizabeth, 104, 125. 
J.ame5, 13, 133. 

,, John, 13, 130, 171, 236, 238. 

,, "Matthew, 13, 170, 179, 182, 238. 

„ Nicholas, 13. 

Peter, 13, 171, 217. 

„ Robert, 12. 

„ Sewall, 12, 13. 

„ Stephen, 13. 



Brown, Susan, 133. 

,, Thomas, 175, 177, 235. 

,, William, 176, 204. 
Browning, Anne, 163. 

,, Elizabeth, 127. 

„ John, 14, 127, 177, 181, 207, 208, 215, 
242. 

,, Matthew, 211, 220, 229. 

,, Thomas, 14, 163, 210. 

,, William, 14, 177, 179, 180. 
Broxbey, John, 223. 
Broxup, John, 170, 192. 
Bruncker, ^ Richard, 14. 
Brunker, ) Sarah, 134. 

,, Thomas, 134. Si-e Brancker. 
Bucke, John, 103. 

,, Mary, 103. 
Buckhurst, I Frances, 151. 
Bucldiirst, ( Margaret, 107. 

,, Martha, 141. 

„ Mary, 164. 

,, Rebecca, 139. 

,, Richard, 14, 186. 

„ Stephen, 14, 107, 151, 223. 

„ William, 14, 139, 141, 164, 197, 224. 
Buckley, Anne, 135. 

,, Joseph, 209, 226, 224. 

,, Thomas, 14, 215. 

,, William, 14, 135. ^ci? Bulkley. 
Buckwell, John, 221. 
Bulkley, Jane, I2,S. 

,, Joseph, 14. Sec Buckley. 
Bull, Jane, 120. 

,, Peter, 120. 
Bullock, Alderman, 140, 242. 

,, Edward, 15, 120, 150, 160, 178, 181, 
189, 195, 215, 216, 224, 236, 241. 

,, Elizabeth, 120. 

„ Joan, 135. 

John, 15, 125, 135, 167, 172, 179. 

„ Martha, 125. 

Mary, 115, 150. 

,, Sarah, ibo. 

,, Susan, 140. 

„ Thomas, 184, 191, 196. 
William, 15, 115, 177. 
Bumbey, John, 15. 
Buncher, Elizabeth, 157. 

,, Thomas, 157. 
Bunker, Ann, 135. 

,, Thomas, 15, 135. 
Buntyng, Alice, 113. 

,, Joan, III. 

,, Lora, 105. 

,, Thomas, 105, 11 1, 113. 
Burden, Elizabeth, 103. 

John, 15, 103, 115, 155. 

,, Margaret, 115. 

,, Michael, 15. 

„ Rachel, 155. 

,, Thomas, 15. 
Burgess, A^nes, 125. 

„ Catharine, 135. 

„ Edward, 15, 135, 178. 

John, 15, 99, 112, 125, 138, 14(1, 178. 

,, Katherine, 99. 

,, Margaret, 142. 

„ Mary, 138, 146. 

,, Peter, 15. 

,, .Susanna, 112. 

William, 15, 142, 195. 



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INDEX OF STRAY NAMES. 



338 



Burnby, John, 224. 
Bumey, John, 16. 
Burnley, John, igi. 
,, Matthew, 16. 
,, Thomas, 16. 
Burton, Abraham, 16, 112, ijo. 
„ Ann, 1 12. 
,, Dorothy, lOI. 

John, ri3, 241, 327. 
, Mary, 1 13. 

,, Patience, 130. 
,, William, loi. 
Busher, Philip, 170. 
Busk, John, 1 12. 
Butcher, John, no, 197. 
,, Margery, 1 10. 
,, Osmond, 16. 
Butler, Nathaniel, 186, 21 1. 
Bygg-e, Roger, 252. 
„ William, 16. 
Bynd, Robert, lb. 
Byng, Stv Bint;. 
C.\DBURV, John, 16. 

,, Robert, 16. Scv Catbury. 
Cadman, Charles, i6. 
Caister, Frances, 100. 

,, Thomas, ib, 100. 
Calowe, Anne, 105. 

,, Thomas, 105. 
Cannon, Richard, ib. 
Cantis, Thomas, ib. 

,, Valentine, 16, 17, 179, 200, 202, 
225. 232, 238. 
Caree, Thomas, 17. 
Carew, Thomas, 177. 
Carey, Henr)', ;3b 
Jlar)', 136. 
„ Thomas, 172, 230, 241. 
„ William, 234. 
Carley, Thomas, iS«. 
Carlton, Christopher, 17, 119. 

„ Susan, 119. 
Carpenter,Agne.s, 118. 

,, Edward, 118, 133, 140. 
„ Elizabeth, 133. 

John, 17, 135, 14T. 
,, Mary, 141. 

Carr, Hemy, 17. 

Carter, Clive, 175. 
,, Robert, 1-9. 
,, Simon, 17. 
,, William, igo. 
Cartwright, Eliz.ibeth, Ib4. 
„ ' Hugh, 17. 
,, John, 164, 179, 218. 
,, Vincent, 227. 
Casey, Anne, 114. 
,, Elizabeth, 99. 
„ Grace, 141. 

Henry, 17, 99, 137, 141. 
,, Malbree, 12b. 
,, Susanna, 137. 
,, Thomas, 17, 114, 126. 
Castelake, Alice, 149. 

,, Robert, 140. 
Castell, Katherine, 144. 

,, .Simon, 144. 
Castle, James, 17. 

,, John, 17, loS, 204, 220. 
,, Mary, 108. 
Catbery, Joan, 116. 



218, 



Catbery, Thomas, 16, 116. .S'.v Cadbury. 
Catlet, Nicholas, 202, 212 

, 321. 

,, John, 327. 
Cell, Joan, 108. 

,, Thomas, 108. 

Chambers, Edmond, 17, 180. 

,, Robert, 17. 

,, Thomas, 17. 

., William, 17. 

Champney, Henry, 207. 

Champneys, Elixabeth, in. 

„ Richard, n i. 
Chandler, Benjamin, 236. 
,, EHzabetb, n7. 
,, Hann.ih. 152. 
,, Hunt, 221. 
,, James, 18, 13S. 

John, 18, 144, 180, 213, 239. 
,, Martha, 100, 144. 
„ Mary, 163. 
,, Matthew, 229. 
,, Rich.ird, 19, 152, 180, 181, 183. 
,, Samuel, 18, 142, 163, 180. 
,, .Sarah, 142. 

,, Thomas, 18, 100, n7, 219 
Willi.am, iS, 77. 
Chantrj-, Anne, 106, 130. 
,, Grilhn, 19, 1 17. 

,, John, 19, lofa. 
,, M.ary, 117. 
,, Thomas, 130. 
Chapman, Elizabeth, 126. 
,, Henry, 185, 225. 
„ John, 126, 194. 
,. Thomas, 17b, 220, 233. 
Charlton, Edward, 143. 

,, Mary, 143. 
Cheeld, Eleanor, 107. 
,, William, 107. 
Cheese, William, 220. 
Cheeseman, Anne, 137. 
,, Christina, 141. 
,, Isabella, 97. 
,, John, 19, 97, 141. 
,, Philip, 169, 181. 
,, Richard, ig, 181. 
„ Sarah, 132. 
,, .Stephen, ig, 137. 
,, Thomas, 132. 
Cheever, D.aniel, 327. 

„ (ieorge, 19, 109, 214, 235. 

,, Grace, 14b. 
,, James, 19, gq, 231, 327. 
,, John, 19, 14b. 
,, Katherine, 109. 
,, ]\lar\-, gg. 
,, Richard, 19. 
Cheevers, \ Mary, 121. 
Chivers, ) Richard, 121, 201, 233. 
Chcrche, Si-e Church. 
Chevenyng, John, 19. 
Chick, Anne, 99. 
„ John, 99. 
Peter, 181. 
Chirche, See Church. 
Chittenden, Elizabeth, 102. 
,, James, 19, 20, 159. 
,, John, 20, 102. 
„ Rebecca, 159. 
Choppen, Hester, 15b. 



339 



FREEMEN OF CANTERBURY. 



340 



Choppen, Thomas, 15^- 
Chopping/rhonias, 20. 
Clinslian, Edward, 20, 215. 
Church, Christina, 104. 
,, EHzabeth, 130. 
„ George, 130, 204, 207, 231. 
Jo'™. 20, 104. 

,, Richard, 20. 
Sarah, 102. 

,, Thomas, 20, 102. 
William, 258. 
Churcher, Ehzabeth, lOl. 

„ Robert, 20, lor. 
Claggett, George, 137, 186. 
Mary, 137. 

,, William, 20. See Clegat. 
Clare, Elizabeth, 137. 

John, 137. 
Claringbole, Mary, loq. 

,, Thomas, 20, 109, 220, 22S. 
Clark, "I Abraham, 133, 163, 195,204, 207, 225,243. 
Clerk, ) Anne, 164. 

,, Edward, 20. 

,, Eleanor, 142. 

,, Elijah, 20. 

,, Elisha, 20. 

„ Isaac, 164, 167. 

„ John, 20. 

„ M.artha, 163. 

,, Roger, 20, 120, 142. 
Sarah, 133. 

,, William, 20. 
Clarkson, Edmond, 174, 239. 

,, Edw.ard, Ibg, 187. 
Clay, Anne, 121. 

,, John, 121. 
Cleg.itt, Anne, 132. 

,, George, 210. 

,, Mary, 100. 

,, Robert, 141. 

,, Sarah, 141. 

,, William, 100, 132. See CXaggeM. 
Clement, Dionisia, 145. 

„ Jacob, 145. 
ClifTord, Elizabeth, 121. 

„ Thom.is, 21, 121, 167, 172, 175, 178, 
180, 102, 193, 204, 208, 226. 
Clinton, Roger, 21. 
Coales, Anne, 152. 

,, George, 21, 152. 
Cobbe, Joan, in. 

„ John. III. 
Cock, Henry, 21. 

„ John, 163, 182. 

„ Matthew, 21. 

,, Sarah, 163. 

,, Thomas, 21. 
Coclces, Edward, 21. See Co^. 
Cockett, Martha, 107. 

,, Richard, 21, 107, 134. 

,, Robert, 21, 182, 207. 

,, Sarah, 134. 
Cockson, Isabella, 147. 
John, 114. 

,, M.argaret, 1 14. 

., Thomas, 147. See Coxon. 
Coke, Joan, 98. 

„ John, 98. 
Cokes, Joan, 126. 

,, Thomas, 126. 
Cokman, A^nes, 151. 



Cokman, Thomas. 151. 
Colbrand, Elizabeth, 127. 

„ Fowler, 21, 127, 138. 

M.ary, 118. 
,, Nicholas, 21, iiS, 228. 
„ Richard, 21. 

„ Roger, 21. 
Sibyl, 138. 
Cole, \ Elizabeth, 221. 
Coale, ) Mary, 97. 
Sarah, 139. 

„ Thomas, 21, 22, 97, 139, 173, 182, 190, 
200, 237. 

,, VVilham, 22. 
Coleman, P'rances, 105. 

,, Thomas, 22, 105. 
Colepeck, Bartholomew, 201. 
Colfe, Abr.ah.am, 134. 

,, Anne, 153. 

,, Charles, 22, 155. 

,, Joseph, 22, 169, 184, ig6, 200, 224, 230. 

,, Marv, 134. 
Phrebe, 148. 

,, Simon, 148. 

,, Sylvester, 155. 

,, Thomas, 153, 222, 224, 230, 231. 
Collar-d, \ Samuel, 172, 235, 244. 
Coller, ) Thomas, 123, 210, 234, 237, 244. 
Collett, Henry, 182. 
Collier, Peter, 22. 
Collins, Edward, 121. 

,, Elizabeth, 116. 

,, Isaac, 22, 211. 

,, Joan, 121. 

,, William, 116, 182, 232. 
CoUyan, Peter, 106. 

,, Susan, 106. 
Combe, Henry, 115. 

,, Katherine, 115. 
Comerford, Anne, 141. 

,, John, 141. 
Compton, Rich.ard, 260. 

Thomas, 22, 324. 
Conditt, Thomas, 22. 
Conoway, Christopher, 22. 
Cook-e, Agnes, 122. 

„ Edward, 12 2. 

,, Grace, 128. 

,, Henry, 171. 

John,' 22, 23, 128, 158. 

,, Margaret, 158. 

„ Mary, 98, 103, iii, 118, 126, 161. 

„ Matthew, 161. 

,, Peter, 23. 

,, Robert, 22, 23, 118. 

,, Roger. 23, 126. 

,, Thomas, III, 243. 

„ William, 23,98, 103, 182, 183, 204, 227, 
240. 241. 
Cooper, Charles, 183. 

,, Eliz.abeth, 108, 132. 

,, Jeremi.ah, 240, 242. 

,, Jolin. 23, 108, 19S. 

,, Simon, 216. 

,, Thomas, 132. 
Copper, Edw.ird. 23, 121. 

,, Katherine, 121. 
Copyn, John, 23. 
Cornelius, John, 24. 
Cornew.all,John, 24. 
Comwell, Christopher, 129. 



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INDEX OF STRAY NAMES. 



342 



Comvvell, Marj-, 129. 

Cosen, Christopher, 205. 

Cosmer, John, 227. 

Cotcby, Stephen, 24. 

Cotlett, Edward, 24. 

Cotteu, John, 24. 

Cotton, George, 24. 

Coupere, Jolin, 112. 6V1? Cowper. 

Court, Ehzabeth, 130. 

,, Jame>, 130. 
John, 24, 232. 
William, 24. 
Courtliope, Edward, ill. 

,, Elizabeth, 1 11, 139. 

,, Luke, 139. 

„ Robert, 24. 

,, William, 24. 
Courtman,Joan, 142. 

,, John, 24, 142. 

,, Margaret, no. 

,, Richard, 110. 
Courtney, John, 138. 
Coventry, Christina, 145. 

John, 145. 
Coveny, John, 219. 
Cowell, Deborah, 116. 

,, George, 24, 124, 148. 

,, Joseph, 24, lib, 123. 

„ Mary, 123, 124, 148. 
Cowper, Guy, 24. 
John, 24. 

,, Nicholas, 24. See Coupere. 
Cox, Anne, 115, 121. 

,, Elizabeth, 123, 133. 

,, Heni-y, 1S3. 

,, Jane, 102. 

John, 102, 115, 123.135. 178. iS 
Joshua, 24, 133. 

,, Lambert, 24, 179. 
Mary, 135. 

,, Samuel, 24, 121. &v Cockes. 
Coxon, Jacob, III, 178. 

,, Thomasine, in. 5(V Cockson. 
Cradock, Robert, 171;, 192, 199. 
Cragg, Robert, 183. 
Crane, John, 315. 
Crauford, Ehzabeth, 117, 154. 

John, 24, 117, 137, 144, 154. 

,, ilargaret, 137. 

„ Rebecca, 144. 
Crawley, James, 184. 
Cray ford, .^nne, 127. 

,, William, 24, 25, 127. 
Creasey, Richard, 185. 
Creed, Christopher, 184. 

,, James, 125. 

,, Mary, 125. 
Crentche, John, 25. 
Crippin, I Elizabeth, 105. 
Crippen, ) John, 25, 116, 184. 

,, Paul. 105, 178, 184, 211. 

,, Sarah, 116. 
Croft, John, 19S. 
Crothall, Amy, 133, 153. 

,, Elena, 157. 

,, Henr)', 157. 

John, 25. 

Thomas, 25, 133, 153. 
Croucher, Alice, 129. 

„ Anne, 156. 

„ Robert, 129, 156. 



2, 183. 



Cuckow, Daniel, 25, 184, 232. 

,, Joan, 158. 

,, Thomas, 158. 
Culverhouse, Edward, 25. 
Cundit, David, 199. See Conditt. 
Curtays, Thomas, 151. 
Curteis, John, 25. 
Curteys, Julyan, 128. 

,, Nicholas, 128. 
Cussen, Christopher, 25, 210. 
Cutlet, John, 25. See Cotlett. 
Cutt, Thomas, 133. 

„ Ursula, 133. 
Daines, John, 25, 146. 

,, Sarah, 146. 

,, Simon, 25, 179. 
Dale, Dorothy, 98. 

,, Edward, 225. 

,, Francis, 25. 

,, George, Ib8. 

,, John, 18b, 230. 

,, Thomas, 25. 

William, 25, 98. 
Dane, Dionisia, 119. 

,, Richard, 119. 
Danyell, Bennet, 112. 

„ John, 112. 
Darby, John, 185. 
Darrell, John, 190. 
Daves, John, 25. 
Davies, ) Abraham, 103, 127. 
Davis, / Blanch, 127. 

,, Hester, 103. 

John, Ib3, 195. 

,, Margaret, 109. 

,, Mary, 130, 163. 

,, Richard, 25, 109. 

,, Thomas, 130, 169, 173, 184. 
Davison, John, 204. 
Dawson, Elizabeth, 117. 

,, William, 26, 117. 
Deane, Frances, 138. 
Robert, 138. 
Deering, James, 26, 109, iig, 157, i8o. 

,, John, 263. 

,, Katherine, 109. 

,, Mary, 157. 

,, Thomasine, 119. 
DeereIove,Anne, 138. 

,, Nicholas, 138. 
deLeghe, Agnes, 126. 

,, Richard, 126. 
Denn-e, Basil, 174, 198. 

,, Christopher, 2fa, 202. 

,, Edward, 178. 

,, John, 116, 185, 189, 223, 227. 

,, Katharine, lib. 

,, Miles, 59. 
Sarah, 129. 

,, Thomas. 2b, 129, 169. 
Dent, Robert, 229, 235. 
Despaigne, Henry, 26. 
Devison, Alexander, 186. 
Dewlotoe, Stephen, 315. 
Dickenson, John, 178, 199. 

„ Robert, 26, 172, 197, 235. 

,, Roger, 224. 
Digges, John, 239. 
Dillnolt, John, 157. 

„ Nicholas, 183, 235 to 237, 317. 
Dixon, Thomas, 173, 213. 



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344 



Dixson, Ralph, i88. 

„ Rowland, 167, 210. 
Dobbes, Thomas, 26. 
Dodd, John, i8b. 

„ Sampson, 27, 216. 
,, Thomas, 202. 

„ WiUiam, 204. 
Doggerel!, Henn", 97. 

,, Leonard, 27. 

,, Ursula. 97. 

,, William, 27. 
Dokerell, Anne, 264. 
Dolman, John, 27. 

,, \Villi.am, 27, 205. 
Dombrain,Is.a,ac, 27, 122. 

,, Mary, 122. 
Dominus, John, 308. 
Donner, Thomas, 182. 
Doromes, Edward, 145. 

,, Isabella, 145. 
Donell, John, 234. 

,, Sir John, 315. 

Dowcar, Richard, 198. 
Downes, John, 171. 
Dowme, Nicholas, 143. 

,, Sarah, 143. 
Dray, Ehzabeth, 155. 

William, 27, 155, 202. 
Dr.ayton, Christopher, 27, 158. 

,, Ehz.abeth, no. 

,, John, 27, no. 
Maiy, no, 158. 
Drowtes, John, 178, 241. 
Duffelde, Joan, 143. 
Dumee, James, 187. 
Dumez, James, 187. 
Dunck, Robert, 27. 
Dunkin, James, 27. 
Dunney, Thomas, 27, Ib8. 
Durant, Edward, 105. 

„ Stephen, 27, 193, 202, 244. 
Duree, Mark, 183, 187. 
Duryez, David, 187. 
Dyrkyn, Thomas, 206, 229. 
Dyrreck, Michael, 28. 
EASTDAY,John, 174, 187. 
Easterlinge, Martha, 150. 

„ Robert, 150. 
Eastes, William, 28, 217. 
Eastman, Anne, 144. 

,, Edward, 28, in, 123, 153, 224. 

,, Heni-y, 28. 

John, 28, 103, 131. 

„ Katharine, 133. 

„ Mary, 103, ni, 131. 

,, Richard, 28, 205. 

,, Sus.an, 123. 

,, Tliomas, 28. 
Eborne, Chepey, 221. 
Edborough, Richard, 29. 
Edlow, .Samuel, 29. 
Edmund, John, 29, 130. 
Edmimds, Benjamin, 184. 

„ Mary, 1 40. 

,, Stephen, 140. 

„ William, 187. 
Edynden, Walter, 29. 
Elger, William, 29. 
Elliott, John, n5. 

„ Martlia, n5, 

„ Matthew, 29, n3. 



Elvy, 
Elvee, 



Elvyn, 1 
Elven, / 



j Ellis, •( Alexander, 188. 

Elys, j Daniel, 29, 124. 154, igo, 191, igfa, 
197, 201, 215, 227, 22S. 
„ Dorothy, 128. 

Guy, 144. 
,, Ingram, 128. 
,, James, 169, 172, 201. 
,, Katherine, 144. 
,, Mary, 124, Ib2. 
„ Richard, 29, 163, 188, 203. 
,, Susanna, 154. 
Elphick, ) Edward, 186, 223, 22g. 
Elhcke, ) John, 167. 
Elsey, ^ George, 29. 
Elsee, ) Thomas, 29, 236. 
Elsted, Thomas, 29. 
Agnes, 1 15. 
Elizabeth, 158. 
Frances, 117. 

John, 29, 30, 115, 158, 200. 
Mar)', 139. 

Samuel, 30, 117, 139. 
George, 30, in, 209, 215. 
John, 30, 133, 146, 164. 
Katharine, 120. 
Margeiy. 133. 
Mark, 120. 
Mary, III, 14b. 
Samuel, 30. 
Sarah, 164. 
WiUiam, 30, 188. 
Frances, ibi. 
William, 161. 
Alderman, 190. 
Samuel, 30. 
Christopher, 218. 
Thomas, 30, 188, igg. 
Engeham, Edward, 30, 115, 137. 
,, John, 30. 
,, Mary, 137. 
Sarah, 115. 
Anne, 142. 
John. 142. 
Esshindenne, Geoffrey, 30. Sue Ashenden. 
Esterling, Robert, 315. 
Estes, William, 217. &^ Eastes. 
Estey, Estye, John, i6g, 229. 
Ethe'ridge,'WiUi.am, 232. 
Evanes, John, 131. 

,, jNI.argaret, 131. 
Evernden, MaiT, 125. 

,, .Simon, 30, 125, 201. 

Thomas, iSg, 211, 234, 23S. 
Gilbert, 174. 
Joseph, 154, 189. 
,, Mary, 154. 
Fagg-e, Elizabeth, 139. 

,, John, 30, 109, 200, 244. 
,, Sarah, 109. 
,, Thomas, 30, 31, I3g. 
Fan, Edward, 223. 

Farr.ance, \ John, i8g. 
Farrence, | Robert, 31. 
Farrar, Anthony, 238. 
,, Thomas, 31, 21S. 
Mary, 158. 
Nicholas, 31. 
Richard, 158. 
Arnold, 147. 
Mary, 147. 
Edward, 31. 97. 



El win, 

>) 
Elwyn, 

Elye, 

Elvshe. 

Enheld, 



Esley, 



Ewell, 



Faunt, 



Fecnn, 



Fendall, 



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INDEX OF STRAY NAMES. 



346 



Fendall, Elizabeth, 97. 
Fenn, John, 31, 114, 157, 180, 233. 
,, Margaret, 114. 
„ Mary, 157. 
„ Richard, 189. 
,, Thomas, 31. 
Fenner, Bridget, 163. 
„ Elizabeth, 123. 
„ Enoch, 31, 153. 
,, Margaret, 153, 160. 
,, Rest, 31, 123, 129, 160, 163, 1S9. 
,, Thomasine. 129. 
Ferr\-. Edward, 311. 
Ferryer, Mary, 103. 

,, Samuel, 103, 225. 
Ferthyng, Robert, 31. 
Fidge, George. 129, 159. 

,, Jane, 129. 

„ Susan, 159. 

,, Thomas, 189, 214. 216, 226, 238. 
Field, William. 32. 
■^^Sg^' Joan. 1 18. 

Ralph, 118. 

Filpott, Peregrine, 317. 

Filmer, John, 32, 186, 190. 

Finch, Rich.ard, 190. 

,, Thomas, 32. 

Finn, Elizabeth, 136. 

,, Thomas, 13b. 
Fibhenden, Philip. 171, 184, 200, 203, 327. 

Fisshe, John, 32. 

,, Nicholas, 32. 

Fist, John, 32. 

Fittell, William, 182. 

Flacton, Ehzabeth, 102. 

,, Henry, 190. 

„ John, 32, 102, 190. 

,, Thomas, 185. 

Fl.^tman, Elizabeth, 113, 138. 
John, 32, 138, 183. 

,, Margaret, 161. 

„ Robert, 32, 113, 161, 214, 216, 232. 

,, Thomas. 169. 

Flecton, Adrian, 217. 

Fleet-e, Elizabeth, 123. 

„ Margaret, 99. 

„ Thomas, 32, 33, 99, 123, 167, 199, 201, 
229. 

Flint, One.-.iphorus, 33. 

,, Samuel, i}, 190, 240. 

Flood, Thomas, 190. 

Floyd, John, 33. 

Fly, Samuel, 217. 

Flyccher, Hugh, loS. 

,, Joan, 108. 

Fogg, Wliitingham, ^^. 

Fokes, Margery, 144. 

,, Thomas, 325. 

Fonteyn, Cristina, 162. 

„ Joan, 113. 

,, William, 113, 162. 

Fookys, Thomas, 33. 

Forde, Agnes, 112. 

,, Alexander, 123. 

„ Bartholomew, 33, 117, 145. 

,, Isabella, 123. 

,, John, 1 12. 

,, Mildred, 145. 

„ Millicent, 117. 

,, Peter, 212. 
Foreflode, Alice, 131. 



Fowle, 



Foreflode, John, 131. 
Forstall, Bennet, 159. 

Richard, 33, 159. 
Foster, Agnes, 267. 

,, Maximillian, ^3, 106. 

Sarah, lob. 

Thom.is. 224. 

Adam. 33, 34, 155, 174, 197, 223, 230. 

Alderman, 191. 

Elizabeth, 123. 

Joan, 136. 

John, a, 123, 136, 176, 191, 204, 226, 
235. 23b. 

Mar>-, 155. 

Nicholas, 184, igr, 230, 233. 

Thomas, 191, 194, 201, 202, 211 220, 
226. 229, 234, 237. 

B.irtholomew, 34. 

Elizabeth, 151. 



Fowler, 



198. 



195- 



,, Henry, 34. 

James, 34, 1 73 
,, Johanna, 117. 

John, 34. 
,, Margaret, 15O. 
,, Thomas, 34, 117 

235- 
Fox-e, Anne, 129. 
Isaac, 34. 
Israel, 34, 143. 
John, 34. 
,, .Sarah, 143. 
,, Sibyl, 157. 
,, Stephen, 34. 
,, Thomas, 129, 23; 
,, William, 157, 191 
Foxhunte, John, 34. 
Frampton, Sarah, 122. 

,, Thomas, 122, 328. 
Frances, ) Anne, 162. 
Francis, ) Edward. 34, 162. 
Elizabeth, 144. 
John, 144. 
Mary, 156. 
Thomas, 34. 
W.ilter, 268. 

William, 34, 156, 209, 240. 
Frank-e, Christopher, 170. 

Edward, 25, 124, 145. 
Henry, 213. 
Isabella, ibo. 
John, 35. 

Mary, 124, 145. 147. 
Thomas, 160, 171, 192. 
William, 147 
FranckljTi, Henrj', 213. 
P'reebody, William, I §7. 
Freeman, Anne, 132. 

„ John, 132, 317. 
,, .Stace, 177. 
Freetes, Thomas, 171. 
Freuch-e, John, 35. 
,, Mary, 1 16. 
,, Thomas, 35, 113. 
,, Valentine, 1 16. 
Frencham, Dunstan, 35. 

,, James, 200. 
Frid, Paul, 215. 

Friend, \ Charles, 192. 
Frend, ) George, 192. 

John, 35, 153, 156, 208 
„ ilargaret, 153. 



151, 156, 171, 184, 



W 



347 



FREEMEN OF CANTERBURY. 



348 



Friend, \ Mary. 1 56. 

Frend, ) Thomas, 1 99. 
Frogen(h)ale, Cristina, 104. 

,, Alargery, 106. 

„ Waller,' 104, 106. 

,, William, 35. 

Fuller, John, 35. 

Robert, 232. 

Furser, John, 35, 36, 190, 237, 240. 

,, Rich,ird, 35. 

,, William, 35. 

Fusser, Ellen, 113. 

,, John, 242. 

,, Richard, 113. 

Fynkyll, Edward, 36. 
GADESBYjJohn, 192, 232. 

Gale, Nicholas, 192. 

Galer, Anne, 99. 

,, Elizabeth, 106. 

,, John, 99, 106. 

Gallant, Richard, 36. 

Gardner, Richard, 172. 

Garlin, John, 200. 

Garrett, John, 36, 173, 207. 

Gaskyn, Anne, 104. 

,, James, 104. 

Gascovn, James, 36. 

Gamit, Anne, 137. 

,, Richard, 36, 137. 

Geere, Henry, 36. See Gere. 

Genvey, James, ^ib. 

George, John, 36, 106, 236. 

,, Mary, 106, 159. 

,, Samuel, 159, 177, 221. 

Gerard, Joan. 145. 

,, Thomas. 145. 

Gere, Agnes, loS. 

,, Joan, 101. 

,, William, loi, 108. .S« Geere. 

Gen'ice, Joyce, 195. 

Gibbon, John, 40. 

,, WiUiam, 167, 178, 213, 227. 

Gibbs, Frances, 149. 

„ John, 152. 

,, ^Margery, 152. 

,, Richard, 219. 

„ Robert, 108. 

,, .Susamia, 108. 

,, Thomas, 149. 

Gilbert, Abel, 123. 

„ Anne, 99. 

,, Edward, 121. 

„ Elizabeth, 123. 

,, Giles, 36. 

John, 36, 99. 
Mr., 227. 

„ Robert, 129, 193. 

,, Sar.ah, 121, 129. 

,, Stephen, 36. 

Thomas, 36, 169, 173, 192, 193. 

„ Wilham, 36, 232. 

Giles, D.aniel, 131, 1S9. 

,, Elizabeth, 157. 
John, 194. 

,, Katharine, 106. 

„ Martha, 131. 

Roger, 183, 219. 

,, Stephen, 37, 106, 157, 1S8, 189, 219. 

Gilham, Thomas, 37, 159. 

William, 37, 194, 325. 

Gill, Anne, 119. 



Gill, Elizabeth. 124, 153, 159. 

,, Isabella, 147. 

John, 37, 124, 194. 
Joshua, 194. 

„ Julian, 148. 

,, Martha, 123. 

„ Mary, 127, 130. 

,, Nicholas, 147, 148. 
Peter, 237. 

,, Sus.an, 101. 

Thomas, 37, lOI, 119, 123, 130, 153, 
159, 194. 

„ William, 37, 127, 182, 194. 
Gilman, Ehzabeth, 133. 

,, Richard, 192. 

„ Thomas, 133. 
Gilmore, Elizabeth, 137. 

James, 37, 129, 137, 228. 

,, Jane, 129. 

,. John, 37. 

„ Paul. 37, 191, 194. 
Gilpin, Elizabeth, 139. 

Robert, 37, 103, 194, 207, 233, 239. 

,, Sarah, 103. 

,, Thomas, 37. 

„ William, 139. 
Gimber, Francis, 37. 
Ginder, Anne, 1 1 7. 

John, 38, 239. 

,, Katharine, 136. 

,, Rich.ird, 38, 117, 136, 1S7. 

„ WiUiam, 38, 224. 
Glover, Isaac, 195. 

,, James, 185, 195, 205, 212, 216. 
John, 195.' 

„ William, 205. 
Godden, James, 38, 152, 184, 186, 230. 

„ Mary, 152. 
Goff-e, Andrew, 100, 124. 

,, Elizabeth, 124. 

,, Joan, 100. 
Gold, Eliz.abeth, 97. 

,, Thomas, 9. 
Goldedge,Johii, 178, 195, 207. 

Thomas, 38. 
Golden, Jacob, 179. 

„ John, 38. 

,, Richard, 195. 
Goldfinch,Jane, 210, 271. 

,, John, 187, 195, 200, 234. 

„ Margaret, 133. 

,, Nicholas, 133, 182. 

,, Richard, 183. 
Goldhatch, Christian, 112. 

„ Hester, 100. 

,, John, 216. 

,, Mary, 141, 154. 

„ Thomas, 38, 100, 112, 141, 154. 
Golding, John, 38. 
Goldsborough, Abraham, loi, 223. 

„ Ellen, lOl. 

,, Richard, 195. 
Goldsmith, Margaret, 135. 

„ William, 135. 
Gonerley, Thomas, 213. 
Gooch, Hamon, 139. 

,, Joan, 139. 
Goodhew, Elizabeth, 105. 

,, Matthew, 105. 

,, Peter, 148. 

,, Sarah, 148. 



349 



INDEX OF STRAY NAMES. 



350 



Goodwin, Thomas, 38. 
Goore, Anne, 99. 

„ Thomas, 99. 
Gorely, \ Marv, 123. 
Goarly, ) William, 39, 123. 
Gorham, Anne, 14c, 152. 

,, Thomas, 39, 140, 152. 
Goseboume, Alice, 1 14. 

,, Henry, 114. 
Gosson, Agnes, loi. 

,, Cornelius, lOI. 
Gowerleker, Henry, 151. 

,, Julian, 151. 
Gradtlell, Thomas, 327. 
Gradwell, Thomas, 39. 
Granons, Thomas, 156. 
Grant, John, 210. 
Graves, Christopher. 39. 
Gray, Anne, no, 150. 

,, Ed«'ard, 203. 

,, Ehzabeth, 113, 160. 

„ Henry, 39, 138, Ijo, 160. 

„ John, 110, 113, 139, 226. 

„ Marv, 138. 

Matthias, 39, 173, 189, 213, 232, 327. 
Richard, 39. 

,, Thomas, 39. 

,, William, 39, 242. 
Greene, Ehzabeth, 128. 
Mar>-, 159. 

Thomas, 128, 159, 196. 
Greenhill, Joan, 103. 

,, Richard, 196. 

,, Thomas, 103. 
Greenland, Elizabeth, 161. 

„ John, 146, ifai. 
Joseph, 40. 

,, Sarah, 146. 
Greenleafe, Thomas, 40, 177, 194, 202. 
Greethurst, I Elizabeth, 156. 
Greedliurst, I Philip, 40, 156, 221. 
Gridle, Margaret, 160. 

„ Robert, 160. 

,, Thomas, 160. 
Griffen, John, 197. 
Grove, Abraham, 148. 

,, Sarah, 148. 
Groves, Anneia, 1C15. 

„ Robert, 165. 
Guerard, Joan, 145. 

„ Thomas,- 145. 
Guosolc, Ade, 112. 
Guston, Agnes, 105. 

,, Stephen, 105. 
Gybbe, John, 263. 
Gybon, John, 328. 
Gyce, James, 327. 

,, Lambert, 327. 
Gylvjn, Henr)-, 160. 

„ Katharine, 160. 
Haijjian, Richard, 40. 

,, William, 40. 
Hadnam, William, 109. 
Haffenden, Richard, I97. 236. 
Hales, Henry, 197, 216, 224, 23S. 

,, John,' 221. 

,, Baron John, 318. 

,, Thomas, 40. 
Halke, Thomas, 40. 
Hall, Anne, II S. 

Daniel, 197. 



Hall, Edward, 132, 193. 

„ Elizabeth, 118. 

,, George, 40. 

„ Hannah, 151. 

,, John, 40, 197. 

,, Joseph, 40. 

,, Mar\-, 163. 

,, Richard, 41, 179, 197. 

,, Samuel, 40, 41, 147. 

,, Sarah, 132, 147. 

,, Simon, 41. 

,, Thomas, 40, 41, 118. 

,, William, 40, 151, 163. 
Hallett, Alexander, 41. 

„ Thomas, 167. See Hawlett. 
Halloway, Barbara, 124. 

,, James, 124. 
Halsnod-e, ( John, 41, 197. 
Halsnoad, ) Thomas, 41, 239. 
Hamage, ) Daniel, 198. 
Hamedge, )' John, 41, 119. 
Hambleton, John, 121. 

,, Mary, 121. 
Hambrook, Elizabeth, 163. 

,, John, 163, 221. 

„ Stephen, 198. 
Hame, Hemy, 187. 
Hamer, Constanam, 122. 

,, Isabella, 165. 

,, Reginald, 122, 1O5. 
Hamersham. See Homershara. 
Hamidge. See Hamage. 
Hamilton, Elizabeth, 134. 

,, Hester, 155. 

John. 134. 155. 
Hammok, Dioni--ia, 142. 

,, John, 142. 
Hammond, James, 41. 
Hamond, Clement, 41. 

,, Elizabeth, 1 13. 

„ John, 113, 141. 
Hane, John, 41. 
Hangrel, Alice. 160. 

,, Richard, 160. 
Hannel, Francis, 41. 
Hanson, John, 273. 
Harbert, Edmond, 42. 
Hardes, Elizabeth, 109. 

,, Ellise, 133. 
John. 133. 

,, Robert. 42, 109, 206. See Hardres. 
Harding, Elizabeth, 147. 

John. 147. 
Hardres, Sir Thomas, 42. 317. 

,, Thomas, 42. 318. 
Harclris, John, 104, 109. 

,, Katharine, 104, 109. 
Hards, Richard, 174. 
Hardy, John, 143. 

,, Margaret, 143. 
Hardj-ng, Robert, in. 

,, Thomasine, ill. 
Harmon, Thomas, 198. 
Harnett, Edward, 228. 
Harris, Anne, 114, 161. 

,, Dorothy, 128. 

,, Edmund, 199, 236. 

,, Elizabeth, 139. 

,, James, 42, 143, 183, 198. 211. 

,, John, 42, igi, 198. 
Joyce, 185, 213. 



851 



FREEMEN OF CANTERBURY. 



352 



Harris, Mary, 126, 151. 






Heyward, Mildred, 164. 




„ Nicholas, 42. 






,, Richard, 44. 




,, Sarah, 143. 






,, Thomas, 44, 164. 




,, Susan, 117. 






Heard, 1 John, 44. 
Herde, } Robert, 233. 




,, Thomas, 42, 198. 








Titus, 42, 128. 






Heame, | Ehzabeth, 132. 




„ Vespasian, 42, 114 


117 


126, 139, 151, 


Hem, ) Francis, 222. 




161, 198. 






George, 132. 




„ WiUiam, 197, 200, 


231- 




Henry, 44. 




Harrison, Anne, 135. 






John, 44, 121, 155, 2-5. 




„ Henry, 42, 43, 135, 


138 


199, 208. 


„ Mary, 121, 155. 




,, Richard, 42, 199. 






„ Thomas. 185. 




„ Susanna, 138. 






Hegyn, Matthew, 44. 




,, Thomas, 171, 174. 






„ Thomas, 44. 




„ WiUiam, 42. 






Henden, Edward, 44. 




Harry, Alice, 135. 






Mildred, 119. 




„ John, 135. 






,, Nicholas. 119. 




Hart, Bartholomew, 202. 






Henhorne,Agnes, 149. 




,, Deborah, 98. 






,, Thomas, 149. 




„ Katharine, 114. 






Henley, Anne, 1 14. 




„ Margaret, 127. 






,, Christopher, 114, 149, 191. 




„ Mary, 160. 






„ Mary-, 149. 




„ Richard, 114, 124. 






„ Reginald, 193. 




,, Thomas, 43, 98. 






Herring, Nathaniel, 170, 219, 2:3. 




„ Timothy, 160. 






Heslast, Agnes, 116. 




„ William, 43, 127, i 


74. ' 


84. 


George, 116. .Sf^ Haslast. 




Hartcup, Jeremiah, 199. 






Hewes, \ John, 44. 
Hewys, /Robert, 176. 




Haslast, George, 43. See Heslast. 




Hasnoth, Samuel, 43. 






„ William, 44. 




Hasted, Moses, 199. 






Heyman, Elizabeth, 97. 




Hatch, Garlin, 173. 






„ John, 97. 




,, John, 43, 114, 163, 


199. 




,, Robert, 169. See Hayman. 




,, Sarah, 114, 163. 






Hejrward. See HayAvard. 




Hatcher, William, 200, 205, 


236, 


242. 


Hickes, John, 102, 238. 




Hawke, Richard, 43. 






,, Mary, 102. See Hix. 




Hawker, John, 43. 






Hieron, Anne, 148. 




„ Jonathan, 43, 189. 






,, Francis, 148. 




,, Thomas, 200. 






Hills, Avery, 44, 117, 192, 204, 222, 


230. 


William, 208. 






,, Hercules, 44, 45, 126, 193, 201 


, 210 


Hawkes, Anne, 140. 






,, James, 201. 




,, Edmond, 43. 






„ Lancelott, 125, 




Isaac, 43, 140, 176 






,, Sarah, 117. 




John, 43. 






,, Sylvester, 125. 




,, Jonathan, 183. 






,, Thomas, 182. 




,, Robert, 43. 






Hirst, Edward, 184. 




,, Thomas, 43, 178. 






Hix, John, 207. See Hickes. 




Hawkins, John, 174. 






Hoare, Edward, 220. 




Hawlett, Alexander, 115. 






Hobbs, John, 45, 123. 




,, Katharine, 115. 






,, Lydia, 123. 




Thomas, 195. See Hallett. 


Hobday, Joan, 155. 




Hawte, William, 43. 






John, 45. 




Hay, Joan, 136. 






Thomas, 155. 




„ John, 136. 






Hocker, William, 223. 




Hayfold, Henry, 43, 158. 






Hodell, Agnes, 161. 




„ John, 158. 






,, Joan, 141, 15O. 




Hayman, Robert, 43. See Heyman. 


„ Richard, 141, 156. 




Hayne, Francis, 44, 224. 






,, Robert, ibi. 




„ Martha, 1 10. 






Hoery, James, 232. 




,, William, no. 






Hogben, Robert, 233. 




Haynes, 1 Anne, 130. 
Haines, ] Francis, 200. 






Hogg-e, Alice, 108. 








Joan, 102. 




,, Hester, 120. 






,, Thomas, 108. 




,, Mary, 122. 






„ William, 102. 




„ William, 120, 122, 


130. 




Hogman, James, 45. 




Hayivard, Edward, 44, 118, 
Hey ward, 231. 


144. 


198, 209, 221, 


Hoigges, Simon. 138. 








Holland, Anne, 127. 




,, Elizabeth, 144. 






,, John, 45, 127, 171. 




Joan, 154. 






Hollingberry, John, 175, 202. 




John, 44, 154. 






,, Thomas, 45. 




,, Mary, 118. 






Holman, Bridget, 132. 




,, Michael, 224. 






„ Richard, 132. 





353 



INDEX OF STRAY NAMES. 



354 



Holmes, Andrew, 240. 

Holness, Andrew, 45, 116, 134, 14S. 

„ Anne, lib. 

,, Jane. 148. 

John, 45, 213. 

,, Joseph, 221. 

„ Peter, 43, 117. 

„ Rachael, 134. 

,, William, 19b, 202, 204. 
Homersham, Anne, 146. 

,, Charles, 202. 

„ Elizabeth, 112. 

John, 43, 4b, in, 112, 134, 193, 202. 

,, Mary, HI. 

,, Sarah, 134. 

Hommee, Samuel, 46. 
Hooke, William, 185. 
Hooker, Thomas, 202. 
Hopper, Anne, 140. 

,, John, 140. 
Home, Thomas, 170. 
Homeby, John, 4b. 

„ Robert, 203. 

,, Thomas, 211. 
Homsby, Mary, 157. 

„ Richard, 4b, 140, 137, 178, 201, 222. 

„ Robert, 4b, 217. 

,, Susanna, 140. 
Horsely, John, 4b. 
Horsey, Elizabeth, 99. 

,, John, 99. 
Horton, John, 4b. 
Hoskins, Daniel, 4b. 

,, Elizabeth, lob. 

,, James, 203. 

,, Margaret, no. 

,, William, 4b, lob, no. 
Hothe, Thomas, 4b. 
Howell, Henry, 4fa. 

John, 4b, 155. 
Rose, 135. 
Howland, Elizabeth, 161. 

,, Richard, ibl. 
Howtyg, Stephen, 4b. 
Hubberd, \ Abel, 147. 
Hubbert, ) Elizabeth, 116. 

John, 174, 203, 238. 

Paul, nb, Ibl, 173, 185, 213. 

,, Susan, ibl. 
Hudson, Richard, 199. 

Robert, 47, 186, 191, 203. 
Hues, See Hughes. 
Hueson, Robert, ib7. 
Huet, Joan, 139. 

,, John, 139. 
Hughes, Robert, 233. 

,, William, 47. 
Hull, Thom.as, 184. 

Hul!-e, Mary, 9<). 

,, Nathaniel, 99. 
Hunt, George, 181, 192. 

,, James, 194, 200. 

,, John, 47. 

Judith, 203. 

,, Kynborowe, 135. 

,, Man-. 100. 

„ Nicholas, 47, 178, 203. 

„ Robert, 122, 133. 

„ Sarah, 129. 

,, Thomas, 122, 191, 240. 

„ Thomasine, 122. 



Hunt, Willi.am, 47, 100, 192, 203, 204. 
Hutt, Anne, 120. 

,, George, 120. 

James, 47, 137, 219. 

,, Sarah, 137. 
Hwt, See Hutt. 

Hyder, John, 47. 
Hyet, James, 204. 
Hygj'n, Isabella, 120. 

,, Matthew, 120. 
Iddenden, Richard, 223. 
Inwood, Wilham, 212. 
Ireland, James, 323. 
Ismonger, Cleve, 147. 
Joan, 147. 

,, William, 147. 
Iverson, Anne, 137. 

„ John, 137, 172. 
Iveyson, John, 122. 

,, Mary, 122. 
Jacob, Edward, 47, 174, 185, 204, 208. 

,, Elizabeth, 119. 

,, Israel, 119, 189, 216, 2l8, 231. 
Jagger, Henr\-, 183. 

,, John, 212. 

,, Robert, 170, 183, 204, 221. 
Jamys, Jolm, 48. 
Jancock, Bartholomew, 48, 204. 

,, John, 48. See Johncock. 
Jank\-n, Cristina, 125. 

,, Thomas, 123. 
Jarman, Elizabeth, 107. 
John, 48. 

,, Norton, 172. 

,, Philip, 48, 107, 204. 
Jeddery, John, 233. See Jether)-. 
Jeffrey, ) Alice, 97. 
Jeofforie, J Elizabeth, 138, 153. 

George, 48, 97, 144, 327. 
Joan, 144. 

„ Sarah, 120, 142. 

,, .Susanna, ib2. 

,, Thomas, 120, 153. 

,, William, 138, 142, lb2, 219, 327. 
Jell, William, 205. 

Jemet, John, 181. 
Jenkin, Thomas, ibg, 201, 223. 
Jenkins, Richard, 48, 105. 
Jenkinson,Jane, 14b. 

,, Richard, 14b. 
Robert. 218. 
Jennings, ) George, 48, 212. 
Jennins, j John, 1 98. 

,, Thomas, 48, 219, 222, 223. 
Jethery, James, 140. 

,, Mar)', 140. See Jeddery. 
John, Alice, 13b. 

,, Thomas, 13b. 
Johncock, Bartholomew, 148. 

,, Elizabeth, 108. 

,, Francis, 103. 

,, Jane, 98, I bo. 

„ John, 48, 98, 103, 108, ibo, 174. See 
Jancock. 
Johnson, Andrew, 49, 222. 

,, Anne, 107, 143. 

,, Edward, 49. 

,, EHzabeth, 147. 

,, Esdras, 49, 112. 

,, John, 49, 145, 147, 174, 228. 

„ Mar)-, 112, 129. 



355 



FREEMEN OF CANTERBURY. 



356 



Johnson, Nicholas, 49, 129, 205, 314. 

,, Peter, 107, 167, 168, 186, 205, 217, 227 

233. 236. 

„ Samuel, 49, 186, 206, 236. 

,, Thomas, 174, 177, 328. 

„ William, 49, 164. 

Jolley, 1 Anne, 105. 

Jolly, j Catherine, 1 18. 

,, Francis, 50. 

,, Katharine, 118. 

,, Joseph, 20O. 

,, Thomas, 49, 50, 105, 118, 206. 

Jones, Alice, 142. 

„ Kester, 107. 

,, Hugh, 142. 

,, Lewis, 50. 

,, Ralph, 50. 

,, Thomas, 207. 

,, Waker, 107. 

,, William, 50. 

Jorden, ) Henry, 50, 206. 

Jurden, j John, 50. 

,, William, 224, 319. 

Joyce, Edmund, 50, 234. 

Jull, Elizabeth, 142. 

,, John, 50. 

William, 142, 209, 241. 

Jusley, John, 180. 

Justice, Edward, 50, 129, 176, 206. 
Nicholas, 188, 208. 

,, Sarah, 129. 

Juxon, Archbishop, 313. 

Kay, William, 225, 241. 

Keister, Thomas, 192. 

Kelling, Thomas, 186. 

Kelse-y, Margaret, 144, 156. 

„ Sybil, 144. 

,, Thomas, 144, 156. 

,, William, 144. 

Kendall, Alice, 1 10. 

,, William, 1 10. 

Kene, Thomas, 50. 
Kennard, Alice, 127. 

,, Edward, 127, 206. 

,, Hamon, 50. 

,, .Sampson, 50. 

Kennett, Cornelius, 215. 

,, Eliz.abeth, 120. 

,, John, 50, 51, 120, 207. 

„ S.arah, 1O4. 

,, Thomas, 164, 231. 

Kenton, Richard, 51. 

Kerby, James, 51. 

,, John, 51. 
Ketcherill, David, 207. 
KetjTiton, Nichola, 141. 

,, Thomas, 141. 

Kevell, John, 51. 

Keyes, John, 219. 

Kidder, George, 51, 188, 197, 2ig, 220. 

,, Thomas, 51. 

King-e, M.ary, 131, 152. 

,, Melchisedek, 51. 

,, Thomas, 131. 

„ William, 51, 152. 
Kingsford, Dorothy, 164. 

„ Elizabeth, 126, 131. 

,, John, 51, 126, 205, 209. 

„ Mai7, 166. 

,, Thomas, 51, 131, 164, 166, 193, 211. 
Kingsforth, John, 172. 



Kingsmyth, John, 242. 
Kingsnode, Anne, ibo. 
John, 51. 

,, Simon, l5o, 176. 
Kippen, Richard, 220. 
Kirk-e, Elizabeth, loi. 

,, John, 51, loi. 
Kite, John, 237. 

Kitham, Barbara, 150. 

„ Elizabeth, 119. 

„ Jane, 137. 

,, Katharine, 152. 

,, Mary, loi. 

,, Thomas, 150, 152, 193. 

,, William, 51, loi, 119, 137. 
Knell, James, 51. 

„ John, 5'i. 
Knewstub, Moses, 189. &(? Newstub. 
Knight, Anne, 104. 

,, Anthony, 104. 

,, Mary, 162. 

,, Richard, 133. 

,, William, 52, 162. 
Knightsmith, John, 207. 
Knock-e, Mary, 150. 

,, Thomas, 52, 150. 
Knott, Anne, 126. 

,, Joan, 125. 

,, William, 125, 126. 
Knowler, Charles, 100, 103, 180, 186, 194, 22S, 231. 

,, Elizabeth, 100. 
Mary, 103. 

,, Thomas, 52, 20S. 
Knowles, Frances, 142. 

,, Isaack, 142. 
Laas, John, 52. 
Lacey, James, 208. 
Ladd, Agnes, 105. 

,, Hannah, 130. 

„ John, 52, 225. 

,, Nathaniel, 130. 

,, William, 105. 
Lade, Anne, 130. 

John, 52, 130, 1-9. 

,, Michael, 171, 175, 20S, 219. 

,, Thomas, 282. 
Laggett, James, 208. See Leggett. 
Lake, James, 52. 
Lambart, Giles, 52. 

Peter, 238. 
Lambe, Thomas, 213. 
Lambsyn, \ John, 52, 328. 
Lamsyn, ( Thomas, 52, 328. 
Lambyrdenne, Willi,im, 52. 
Lamk\n, James, 327. 
Lampard, John. 52. 

,, Matthew, 52, 209. 

,, Susanna, 146. 

,, William, 14b. 
Lance, William, igg. 
Landman, Anne, 123. 

,, Edward, 53, 161, 186, 205, 209, 219, 
226. 

,, Henry, 123. 
John, 234. 

,, Mary, 161. 

,, Thomas, 53, 1S5, 237. 
Lane, Anne, 99. 

„ Elizabeth, 160. 

Jolin, 53, 105, 135, 160. 

,, Josiah, 209. 



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INDEX OF STRAY NAMES. 



358 



Lane, JIartha, 105. 

„ Richard, 53, 99, 175, 201, 212. 
Sai-ah, 135. 

,, Thomas, 53, 177, 226. 
WiJliam, 185. 
Langtield, George, 53. 

„ Joan, 159. 

,, Nicholas, 159. 
Lankelield, Nicholas, 53. 
Lapham, John, 171. 
Latter, John, 209. 
Lawrence, ) John, 282. 
Laurance, ) Robert, 53, 189, 196, 19S. 

„ Wilham, 53, 179, 209, 240. 
Layboume, Margaret, 114. 
Roger, 53, 114. 
Leat, Anne, 130. 

,, Sampson, 130. 
Ledger, John, 54, 131, 172, 185, 244. 

,, Alary, 131. 

,, Stephen, 54. 

,, Susan, 131. 
Lee, Elizabeth, 117, 149. 

,, Henry, 325. 

John,' 54, 149, 172, 210, 232. 

,, JLirgery, 97. 

,, Robert, 97. 

,, Zachaiy, 117, 207. 
Leedes, ) Christopher, 54, 114, 127. 
Leeds, ) Jane, 141. 

,, Katharine, 127. 

Noah, 54, 141, 175. 

,, Rachael, 1 14. 

,, William, 54, 243. 
Leek, George, 127. 

,, Joan, 127. 
Lefroy, Israel, 210. 

,, James, 54, 210. 
Leggett, James, 54, 219. 

,, Thomas, 211. &v Laggett. 
Lellesden, Jane, 119. 

John, 54, 119, 19b. 
Lepine, Daniel, 210. 
Levitte, Peter, 55. 
Levyne, William, 324. 
Levyns, Christopher, 55. 

,, Thomas, 55. 
Lewis, j Agnes, 150. 
Lewys, [ Anne, 105, 133, 136. 
Lewes, ) Henry, 55. 133, 200, 209. 

,, Henry William, 55. 

John. 55- 

,, Philip, 55, 243. 

Robert, 55, 136, 150. 

,, Thomas, 55. 

,, William, 55, 105. 
Lewkner, Anne. 128. 
James, 55. 

„ John, 128. 
Lightfoot, Thomas, 56, 
Lineal, Dorothy, 14b. 

,, Fr.ancis, 55. 

,, Thomas, 55, 14b, 172, 1S3, 188, 212. 

,, William, 184. 
Little, Jerman, 328. 
Lobbey, Judith, [62. 

,, Thomas, ib2. 
Lobley, Anne, iii. 

,, Thomas, in. 
Locas, Alice, 107. 

„ Richard, 107. 



Locldey, Richard, 17b, 22b. 
Loftie, Thomas, 55. 
Lolham, John, 235. 
Long-e, Abraham, 55, 128. 
Elizabeth, 128. 
,, Lreorge, 191. 
,, Richard, 55. 
,, Thomas, 178. 
Longley, Benjamin, 21 1. 
Thomas, 5b. 
Thomas, 5 b. 
William, 5b, 171, 1 
John, 211. 
John, ib9, 231. 
,, Richard, 176, l8r, 194, 21 
Lovelace, Francis, 5b. 
,, William, 56. 
Lovell (Louell), Edmond, 190. 
Lowe, Anne, 151. 



Look-e, 

Lott, 
Love, 



72, 2ir, 240. 



217, 218 



,, 


James, 151. 


Lowell, 


Jennytruth, 124. 


,, 


Richard, 124. 


Lowes, 


Christopher, 221. 


,, 


Thomas, 5b. 


Loy, 


Isabel, loS. 




John, 5b, 108. 


,, 


ikobert, 133. 


,, 


Thomasine, 133. 


Lucas, 


Henry, 179, 209, 21 r, 239, 240. 


,, 


John. 5b, 211. 


,, 


Samuel, sfa. 


Luck, 


Anne, lOO. 


,, 


John. 5b, 100, 158. 


,, 


Sarah, 158. 


,, 


Thomas, 174. 


Luckett, 


Thomas, 230. 


Ludd, 


Elizabeth, 133, 135. 


,, 


John, 5b, 211, 238. 


,, 


Randolph, 5b, 133, 135. 


,, 


Thomas, 5b, 291. 


Luke, 


Thomas, 242. 


Lukyn, 


Richard, 5b. 


Lunn, 


John, 5b, 173, 212, 215, 222, 235. 


Lurk)Ti, 


Alice, 115. 


,, 


Richard, 115. 


Lymyter, 


Agnes, ib4. 


,, 


Joan, 104. 


,, 


Thomas, 104, ib4. 


LyncoU, 


Henry, ib2. 


,, 


Joan, ib2. 


L)Tide, 


Agnes, 129. 


,, 


Elizabeth, 129. 


,, 


Isabella, 104, 1 19. 


,, 


Joan, I Ob. 134, 145. 


,, 


John, 104. lOb, 119, 129, 134, 145 


LTOdsey, 


'I'homas, 5b. 


L^Tisted, 


Robert, 5b. 



Lyon, Agnes, 128. 

„ Alice, 112. 

,, John, 57, 112, 128. 

,, Sybil, 102. 

,, Thomas, 57, 102. 

,, William, 57. 
Macfarlen, Peter, 231. 
Malpass, | Elizabeth, 134. 
JIalpus, j John, 57, no, n4, 134. 

,, iM.iry, 114. 

,, Susanna, no. 
JIaney, Thomas, 57, 177, 1S8. 
Maplisden, Edmund, 57, 180, 215, 218. 

,, Edward, 244. 



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360 



Maplisden, Elizabeth, 109. 

„ Francis. 57, 109, i;b, 189, 205, 212, 232 

„ Joan, 148. 

,, Susanna, 120. 

,, Walter, 120, 177. 

„ "William, 148. 
Marlowe, ) Anne, 112. 
Marloe, > Dorothy, 327. 
JIarley, ) Jane, 139. 

,, Joan, 139. 

John, 57, 112, 139, 200, 213, 327. 
Marn . . . . , Thomas, 192. 
Marrable, ) Hester, 122, 132. 
JIarable, j James, 241. 

,, Richard, 151, 212, 242. 

„ Silvester, 132. 

,, Thomas. 57, 122. 

,, Valentine, 57. 

,, William, 184. 

Marsaile, Edward, 217. 
Marseill, James, 204. 
Marseille, John, 57. 
Marsh, John, 177. 
Marshall, ) Mary, 112. 
Marchal, | Robert, 57. 

,, Thomas, 57, 167, 173. 
Wylfred, 112. 
Marsham, Peter, 213. 
Marcham. Richard, 234. 
Marshman, Peter, 226. 
Marten, Alice, 138. 

,, Elias, 140. 

„ Robert, 57, 138. 

,, Sibyl, 140. 
Martyn, Richard, 99. 

,, Sarah, qg. 

„ William, 57. 
Mascall, Robert, 228. 
Master, Sir Edward, 324. 
Francis, 155. 

,, George, 168, 321. 
James, 155, 235. 

,, Jeremy, 131. 

,, Mary, 131. 
Masters, George, 183, 195. 

,, James, 237. 
Maslerson, Daniel, 58, 168, 169. 

,, Jeremiah, 58, 241. 
Masterton, Daniel, 172. 
Mate, John, 129. 

,, Joyce, t29. 
Mathew, Robert, 58. 

,, Thomas, 190. 
Matson, Thomas, 58, 213, 236. 
Matthews, Dorcas, 127. 

,, Elizabeth, 102. 

,, John, 99, 102, 213. 

,, Sarah, 99. 

,, Stephen, 58. 

,, William, igo. 
Mawhen, Clement, 58. 
May, A},Ties, 102. 

,, Bennett, 102. 

„ George, 58. 

,, Henry, 200. 

,, John, 58. 

„ Mary, 141. 

,, Richard, 58. 

,, Roger, 102, 141. 

Thomas, 58, 102, 213. 
Mayhew, Roger, 58. 



Mayne, Thomas, 204, 205. 
Mercer, John, 97. 

,, Katharine, 97. 
Meers, Godfrey, 127. 

,, Margaret, 127. 

Merchant, Agnes, 124. 

John, 124. 
Merriam, John, 58, 189, 193, 196, 207, 240. 

„ Mary, 162. 

„ Mr., 162. 
Michell, Nicholas, 170. 
MieU, William, 58. 
Miles, Abigail, 153. 

,, Anne, 141. 

,, Denne, 59. 

,, Eden, 121. 

„ Elizabeth, 106, 146. 

Hemy, 59. 

,, John, 5g, 106. 

„ Richard, 153. 

,, Robert, 121, 221. 

„ William, 141, 14b. See Mills. 
Milleman, Aaron, 229. 
Millener, John, 227. See MiUner. 
Millington, John, 60, 227. 
MiUicent, Thomas, 59. 
Millner, John, 59, 168. See Millener. 
Mills, I George, 59. 
Mylles, f Henry, 59. 

,, John, 59. 

,, Mar)-, 150. 

,, Matthew, 150. 

,, Sibilla, 109. 

„ .Simon, 59. 

,, Thomas, 214, 

,, William, 59, 109. See Miles. 
Milward, John, 214. 
Mitchelbome, Susanna, 114. 

„ WiUiam, 114. 
Mitchener, John, 212. 

„ Richard, 212. 
Moate, Dorothy, 127. 

,, Elizabeth, 164. 

,, John, 59, 127, 132, 164, 228. 
Mary, 132. 

,, Thomas, 59. 
Mockett, Alexander, 129, 177, 200. 

,, Richard, 59, 99. 

„ Sarah, 99, 129. 
Mody, Thomas, 328. 
Molash, George, 102. 

„ Isabel, 102. 
Molesshe, Joan, 150. 

,, John, 150. 
Mond, Amy, 113. 

„ Elizabeth, 131, 144. 
Joseph, 59, 113, 131. 

„ Walter, 59, 144, 193, 215. &v Munde. 
Monds, Isaac, 60. 
Monrowe, Andrew, gS. 

,, Elizabeth, 98. 
Moone, John, 60. 

,, Thomas, 60. 
Moor-e, \ George, 60, 176, 203, 206, 227, 237, 239. 
More, J John, 60, 198. 
Morgan, Anne, 113, 138. 

„ Edw.ard, 60, 113, 215. 

,, John, 60, 125, 138. 
Morris, Henry, 152. 

„ Richard, 239. 
Morton, John, 60. 



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INDEX OF STRAY NAIIES. 



362 



Mot, Alice, 159. 

„ Thomas, 159. 
Mount-e, Alice, 98. 
,, Frances, 121. 
,, Maiy, 127. 
,, Peter, 60, 127. 
,, Thomas, 98. 

„ William, 60, 121, 188, 210, 236. 
Muhvode, Joan, 109. 

„ Roger, 109. 
Munday, Elizabeth, 162. 
„ Robert, 201, 207. 
,, Thomas, 60, 162. 
Munde, Sarah, 1 13. 

,, William, 113. SeeMond. 
Munden, Alice, 123. 

,, Nicholas, 123. 
Mundens, Joan. I32. 

,, Richard, 122 
Munn, Anne, 164. 

,, John, 164, 209. 
Muns, Elizabeth, 112. 

,, John, 112. 
Murton, John, 220, 24O. 
Myhills, Henry, 60. 
Nash, Elizabeth, 103. 
,, Joan, 141. 
,, John, bo, 141. 
,, Thomas, 103. 
Nayer, Mary, 132. 
,, Sarah, 132. 
„ William, 60, 132, 198, 216. 
Nayler, Agnes, 106. 

,, John, 60, 106, 138. 
,, Marg.aret, 138. 
Neat, William, 60. 

Neave, 1 Katharine, 134. 
Neeve, / Nicholas, 60, 134, 177. 
Nelson, Elizabeth, 13b. 
,, Henry, 60. 

,, Joseph, 136, 244. 
,, Richard, bo. 
Nethersole, Edward, 119. 
,, James, 60, 117. 

Jane, 119. 
„ Mary, 117. 
Newman, John, 60, 122. 
„ Mary, 122. 
„ Ralph, 161. 
,, Roger, 103. 
„ Thomas, 173, 186, 206. 
Newstub, Moses, 195, 232. See Knewstub. 
Newton, \ Agnes, 117. 
Nuton, ) James, 114, 142, 217. 
,, Jeffiey, 117. 
Lydia, 114. 
„ Mary, 142, 156. 
,, Tabitha, 104. 
„ Thomas, 104, 156. 
„ William, 61. 
Nicholls, Adrian, 61, 179, 211, 225, 234. 
„ Daniel, 61, 185. 
,, George, 61, 208. 
,, Humphrey, 201. 
,, John, 190. 
,, MarU, 61, 177, 225. 
,, Thomas, 206. 
Nicholson, Edmond, 168, 217, 232. 
,, Elizabeth, 123. 
,, Francis, 146. 
,, James, 61. 



Nicholson, Jane, 158. 

,, John, 61, 146, 176. 

Peter, 147, 158. 
,, Rachel, 147. 
,, Stephen, 61, 123. 
,, Thomas, 61, 217. 
Nicoll, Thomas, ibi. 
Niewchurch, Edward, 61. 
Noble, Mary, loi. 
,, Robert, 217. 
,, Thomas, bi, loi. 
Noon, Isabella, 156. 
„ Robert, 156. 
Norden, Edward, 169. 
Norman, Thomas, 61. 
Norrington, John, 61. 

,, Michael, 61. 
Norton, Jolin, 204. 
Norwood, EUzabeth, 129 150. 
„ Mary, 118. 

„ Paul, 61, 118, 129, 150, 179, iSl. 
Nower, Roger, 128, 177, 224. 

,, Sarah, 128. 
Niitt, John, 203, 229, 238. 
Nye, Elizabeth, 104. 

,, Maiy, 115. 
„ Robert, bi, 104, 115. 
Oaklev, John, 62, 116, 155, 179, 217, 242. 
Mary, 155. 
,, Sarah, 116. 
Oakshott, Edward, 62, no. 
,, Ehzabeth, no. 
,, Henry, 62. 
Oat, Thomas, b2. 

Obree, Charles, 62, 179, i8b. 
Ockman, Elizabeth, 153, 157. 
,, Henry, b2. 
,, John, 62. 

Thomas, 62, 153, 157, 176, 193. 
Oldfield, John, 218. 
Oliver, George, 21 8. 

John, 173, 239. 
Ore, Richard, b2. 

Osbam, Thomas, b^. 
„ WiUiam, 62. 
Osbastone, Elizabeth, 163. 

,, Isaack, 163. 
Osbeston, Isaack, 176, 236. 
Osborne, Ehzabeth, in, 130. 

John, ni, 130, 218, 237. 
Osburston, John, b^. 
Osspringe, Thomas, 63. 
Oteley, William, 63. 
Oughton, Alderman, 199. 
,, Anne, 136. 
„ Anthony, 136, 200. 
,, Thomas, 200. 
Overy, William, 221. 
Oxenbridge, ( Henry, 63, 144. 
Oxinbridge, (John, 63. loi, 213. 
„ Katharme, 101. 
,, Marys 144- 
,, Nicholas, b3. 
,, Thomas, 63. 
,, Thom.asine, 142. 
Packe, Rich.ard, 219. 
Packen, Ehzabeth, 139. 

„ Richard, 139. 
Page, Charles, 63, ny, 154. 
,, Ehzabeth, 154. 

John, 63, 154, 205, 221. 



363 



FREEMEN OF CANTERBURY. 



364 



Page, 



Pain-e, \ 
Payn, / 



Palmer, 



Paren, 
Pargate, 



Parker, 



Mercy, 117. 
Stephen, 63, 218. 
Susanna, 154. 
AVilliam, 63, 2 18. 
Jeremiah, 63, iii, 218. 
John, 63, 113, 291. 
Rebecca, 113. 
Robert, 169. 
Sarah, iii. 

Thomas, 186, 191, 219, 239. 
John, 130. 
Margaret, 130. 
Richard, 64, 126. 
Sarah. 126. 
Abraham, 218. 
Anne, no. 
George, 1 10. 
Richard, 64. 
Anna, 108. 
,, Anne, 108. 
,, Elizabeth, 102, 133. 
„ Esay, 64. 
,, Henry, 64. 
,, Isaiah, 108, 123, 138. 
,, Jane, 140. 
,, Johanna, 123. 

,, John, 64. 108, 157, 205, 219, 224, 23b. 
„ Mary, 157, ibl. 
,, Paul, 64, 243. 
„ Sarah, 138. 
„ Thomas, 64, 133, 161, 170, 171, 197, 

215, 216, 2ig, 229, 239. 
„ William, 64, 102, I40, 176. 
Parldnson, John, 219. 

,, Nicholas, 65. 
Parsons, Edward, 65, 124. 
,, Enoch, 65. 
„ Judith, 124. 
Pashly, John, 172. 
Patey, John, 65. 
Patteson, Gilbert, 226. 
Pattison, William, 236. 
Paul, John, 65. 

PawljTi, Thomas, 182. 
Pa)Ti, See Pain-e. 

Payabill, John, 65. 
Pearch, Thomas, 175, 184, 220. 
Peek, Joan, 116. 

,, John, lib, 143. 
Peel, William, 199. 

Peen-e, Henry, 65, 115. 
„ ilary', 115. 

,, Robert, 6b. 
Peere, John, 66. 

Peers-e, John, 181, 213, 220. 5« Perce. 
Peirce, 1 Francis, 140. 
Peerce, j Henry, 66, 209. 

., William, 140. See Pierce. 
Pelham, Joan, 145. 

Joseph, 174. 
„ Richard, 145. 
Pelling, ) Robert, 66. 
Peeling, ) Thomas, 183, 241. 
Peniibrook-e, Anne, 134, 151. 

„ John, 173, 188, 191, 192,211,215, 220, 

228, 237. 
„ Richard, 65, 134, 192, 220, 223, 241. 
,, William, 66, 151. 
Pemell, Robert, 176. 
Pender, Henry, in. 
,, Margaret, in. 



I'ender, Robert, 216. 

Pen-ne, Anne, 105. 

,, John, 66, 105. 

Pennell, John, 66. 
Pennington, Daniel, 66, 143. 

„ Man.-. 143. 

Penny, Elizabeth. 106. 

,, Gilbert, 66. 

,, John. 106. 
Penwortham, Constance, 136. 

„ John, 13b. 

Pepper, Alice, 159. 

,, William, 159. 

Perce, Henry, 210. 

,, John. 188. See Peirce, Peerse. 

Perkins, William, 66. 

Perry, Joan, 102. 

,, John. 102. 

,, Stephen. 220. 

Pert, Alice, 130. 
John, 130. 

Pesmede, William, 67. 

Peters, John, 67, 131. 

,, Mary, 131. 

Petfelde, Joan, 151. 

,, Thomas. 151. 

Petham, Joan, 102. 

,, Richard, 102. 

Petman, Ch.arles, 221. 

Pettey, Alen. 67. 

Pettitt, Ehzabeth. 106. 

,, James, 182. 202, 237. 

,, Paul, 186, 242. 

,, Richard, 106, 

,, Thomas, 67. 

Petyi', Joan, 292. 

Phifcox, John, 221, 227. 

Phillips, John, 67, 143, 219. 
Marj-, 143. 

„ Thomas, 221. 
Phillpott, Edward, 67, 218. 

„ Elizabeth, 165. 

„ John, 165, 238. 

„ Stephen, 293. 

Picard, Anne, 157. 

„ John. 222. 

,, Mary-. 144. 

,, Richard. 144, 157. 

Picare, Joan. 100. 

„ John, 100. 
Pickering, George. 67. 

John, 67, 219. 

,, Richard. 222. 

Pierce, ] Ehzabeth, 135. 

Piers, j George, 135. 

„ Hemy, 60, 70, 210. 

,, John, 140, 19S. 

,, Mary, 140. 

„ Ursula, 128. See Peirce. 

Pike, Anne. 163. 

Henr)-. 67, 68. 

,, Thomas, 163. 

Pikence, Henn-. 68. 

pilcher, Charles. 147. 

,, John, 68, 117, 156, 222. 

,, jMary. 156. 

,, Philadelphia, 147. 

„ Sarah, 117. 

,, Stephen, 68. 181. 217, 226, 232. 
Pilkington, Anne. 141. 

,, John, 68, 106, 141. 



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INDEX OF STRAY NAMES. 



366 



Pilkington, Katharine, io6. 

„ Thomas, bS. 
Pilon, Nicholas, 222. 

William, 68. 
Pising. St-e Pysing. 
Pittington, Thomas, 203, 219. 
Plaior, Thomas, bS. 
Player, Robert, 171, 177, 207. 

,, WiUiam, 177. 
Pleasington, Em, 115. 

„ Thomas, 115. 
Plesington, Prudence, 158. 

„ Thomas, 158, 163. 

„ Tomson, 158. 
Plessington, Thomas, 243. 
Plomer, Francis, 68. 

„ Marj-, 123. 

William, 68, 123. 
Plummer, Thomas, 68. 
William, 68. 
Pollard, Elizabeth, 132. 

,, Isabella, 135, 161. 

,, Robert, 135, 161. 

,, Thomas, 132. 
PoUyne, John, 68. 
Pooley, James, 321. 
Pope, Isaac, 68, 69, 231. 
Pordage, Thomas, 181, 220. 
Porter, Elizabeth, 124. 

,, Thomas, 69, 124. 

,, William, 69. 
Pot, Agnes, 107, 138. 

,, Robert, 107, 138. 
Potman, Elizabeth, no. 

„ John, no, 141. 

,, Margaret, 141. 
Pottekyn, Jacoby, 1 78. 
Potter, Anne, 159. 

,, William, 159. 
Pout, Elizabeth, 139. 

„ James, 69, 139. 

,, Katharine, 142. 

,, Sarah, no. 

,, William, 69, no, 142. 
Pownces, George, n". 

,, Joan, n7. 
Powell, Anne, 98. 
Gilbert, 98. 

,, John, 161, 225. 

„ .Sarah, ibi. 

,, Thomas, l6i. 
Poynaunt, Agnes, 109. 

„ William, 109. 
Preston, Elizabeth, 121. 

,, Henry, 135. 
John, 121. 

,, Thomasine, 135. 
Prett, Elizabeth, 147. 

,, Margaret, 128. 
Mary, 153. 

,, Richard, 166. 

,, .Susanna, 166. 

„ Thomas, 69, 128, 147, 153. 

,, Walter, 69. 
Prettyman, John, 196, 206, 223, 227. 
Pringle, John, 70. 
Pringuer, Peter, 209. 
Propchant, Thomas, 70. 
Proppard, Mary, 128. 

,, Thomas, 70, 128. 
Prowd-e, Anne, 138. 



Prowd-e, Henrv, 70, i ;8. 

,, Sampson, 70. 

,, Thomas, 70. 
Pulford, Margery, 104. 

,, Thomas, 104. 
Pyard, Peter, 70. 
Pykynden, Margeiy, n5. 

„ Thomas, 115. 
Pynenton, John, 141. 

,, Margery, 141. 
Pysing, ) John, 174, 241. 
Pismg, ) Jonas, 70, 205. 
Mary, 145. 

,, Richard, 70, 177, 199, 206, 233, 240. 

,, WiUiam, 145, 224. 
QWESTYNBF.RRY, Hariy, 70. 

Radford, Anne, 107. 

,, Thomas, 70, 107. 
Ralfe, Edward, 70. Sc'c Rolfe. 
Ranee, Elizabeth, n5. 

,, William, 1 15. 
Rand, John, 70. 
RatcUff, William, 202, 224, 225. 
Ray, William, 230. 

Raylton, ) Aquila, 154. 
Railton, / Catharine, 162. 

,, John, 71, 161, 224. 

,, Margery, 122. 
Mary, 102. 

,, Richard, 70, 102, 122, 154. 

,, Robert, 71, 162, 169, 215. 

,, .Sarah, 161. 

,, Simon, 70. 

,, Thomas, 71, 214. 
Raylston, ) Elizabeth, 136, 147. 
Railston, ) John, 71, 139, 141, 147, 190, 195, 214, 
240. 

,, Sarah, 141. 

,, William, 71, 241. 
Rayner, Anne, 153. 

,, Isaac, 153. 
Raynold, Joan, n4. 

,, Thomas, n4. Set Reynolds. 
R.awling, ^ Dorothy, 154. 
Rawlyn, j James, n5. 

John, 154, 212, 230. 

,, Mary, nj. 
Rawlenson, One, 169. 
Read-e, John, 225. 

,, Laurence, 225. 

,, Richard, 71. 

,, Thomas, 225, 239. 

„ William, 71, 174, 188, 206. 
Reader, Thomas, 't. 
Reason, Philip, 187. 
Reeve, Elizabeth, 131. 

,, WiUiam, 71, 131, 168, 225. 
Remysshe, John, 71. 
Renshaw, Matthew, 71. 
Rew, Elias, 124, 138. 

,, Sarah, 138. 
Reynolds, Katharine, 145. 

,, James, 145. 

,, William, 71. 168, 173, 204, 240. 
Richardes, Gabriel, 188, 193, 212. 
Rich.ardson, Anne, n9. 

,, Elizabeth, 162. 

John, 71, 72, 131, 13S. 

,, Margaret, 131. 
Mary, 138. 

,, Thomas, 71, 162, 180, 183, 2n, 238. 



367 



FREEMEN OF CANTERBURY. 



368 



Richardson, William, iig. 
Rider, Robert, 72. 
Rigbe, Hugh, 72. 
Rigden, Elizabeth, 146. 

,, Jeremiah, 72, 142, 230. 

,, John, 226. 

„ Joseph, 72, 146, 149, 170, 171, 180, 

191, 204, 216. 
,, Margaret, 160. 
,, Mary, 142, 149. 
,, William, 72, 160, 178, 182, 226. 
Riggsby, \ Daniel, 217, 226. 
Rigsby, I Dorothy, 150. 
„ Hugh, 150, 22b. 
John, 72, 176, 234. 
Roberts, Alice, 132. 
,, Anne, 147. 
,, Edward, 214. 
,, Elizabeth, 151, 158. 
,, Henry, iq6. 
,, Johanna, 149. 
,, .Sir John, 72, 158, 322. 

Joseph, 72, 132, 147, 149, 151, 158. 
,, Mary, 158. 
,, Susanna, 147. 
„ William, 147, 231. 
Robinson, '( James, 72, 73, 243. 
Robenson, ) John, 227. 
,, Robert, 72. 
,, Simon, 172. 
RobjTi, Margaret, 106. 
,, William. 106. 
Roger, Elizabeth, 163. 
,, Joan, 118. 
„ John, 118. 
,, Thomas, 163. 
Rogers, Anne, 118, 126, 158. 
„ Elizabeth, 122. 
„ Henry, 73, 107, 122, 124, 126, 181, 205, 

216, 220, 227, 229, 239. 
,, John, 73, 105, 158. 
,, ilargaret, 105. 
„ Mary, 107, 124. 
,, Thomas, 118. 
Rolf-e, 1 Anabella, tl2. 
Rofe, > Edward, 140, 227. 
Rolph, ) Elizabeth, 128, 140. 
,, John, 112, 128. 
,, Thomas, 73, 1 70. 
Roolc-e, Anne, 161. 

,, Edward, 105, 164. 
,, Frances, 164. 
,, John, 137, 161. 
„ Margaret, 137. 
„ William, 105. 
Rookes, Anthony, lOi, 160. 
,, Elizabeth, loi. 
,, Maiy, 160. 
,, WiUiam, 73. 
Rocs, Gregory, 237. 
Ro.se, Ambrose, 139. 
,, Dorothy, 139. 

John, 193, 216, 243. 
Rosse, John, 228. 
Rosseter, Timothy, 219. 
Rouse, Anne, 136. 
,, Elizabeth, 147. 
John, 73, 147. 
Thomas, 73, 74, 136, 227. 
Row, Margaret, 143. 

„ John, 143. 



RufFoote, James, 199. 
Rufford, John, 74. 

,, Nicholas, 228. 
Rumfield, Elisheba, 104. 

,, Jeremy, 74, 104. 

,, Jeremiah, 74. 

John, 74, 173, 23S. 
Russell, Alice, 126. 

,, Andrew, 100. 

„ Arthur, 108. 

,, Dorothy, 108. 

,, Elizabeth, 108, 131. 

,, Fr,ances, 131. 

,, George, 108. 

,, John, 126. 

,, Margaret, 100. 

,, Richard, 74, 231. 

,, William, 74, 131, 134, 201, 228. 
Rust, Eliz.abeth, 106. 

,, Henry, 74, 106, 140, 147. 

,, Mary, 147. 

,, Susanna, 140, 162. 

,, William, 140, 162. 
Rustall, William, 223. 
Rutland, William, 176, 202, 218. 
Rutlond, Alice, 298. 

„ Mary, 298. 
Rye, John, 228. 

SaBYN, Avery, 185. 
Sack, Anne, 142. 

John, 74, 142. 
Sacreston, Anne, 298. 
.Saddler, Agnes, 134, 

,, Simon, 134. 
Saddleton, Thomas, 204. 
Saer-e, Anne, 100. 
John, 74. 

,, Stephen, 100. See Sare, Sayer. 
Saffery, \ Anne, 102. 
SafTory, ) Gabriel, 75, 102, 167, 228, 240. 

,, John, 75. 
Saghier, Alice, 132. 

,, Richard, 132. 
Salmon, | Alice, 149. 
Samon, ) Anne, 152. 

,, Bartholomew, 75, 149, 203. 

,, Elizabeth, 158. 
Jolm, 75. 

,, Thomas, 152, 158, 221, 225. 
Sampson, Agnes, 162. 
John, 242. 

,, Thomas, 162, 
Samson, Bartholomew, 223. 
Sancroft, John, 169. 
Sander, | George, 160. 
Saunder, J Jo.an, 118, 133. 
John, 118, 133. 

,, Mary, 160. 
Sanders, ) Edward, 75, 158. 
.Saunders, ) George, 75. 

,, James, 150. 

„ John, 229. 

„ Maiy, 1 58. 

,, Richard, 75. 

,, Sarah, 150. 

,, William, 214, 230. 
.S.are, Alice, 157. 

,, Dorothy, 136. 

„ Robert, 75, 136. 

„ .S.arah, 142. 

„ Stephen, 75, 142. 



369 



INDEX OF STRAY NAMES. 



370 



Save, Thomas, 15;. Sec^ Saer, Sayer. 

Sawkiiii, Anne, 13=;. 

John, 75, 76, 135, 152. 
,, Mary, 153. 
Sawyer, Valentine, 190. 
Sayer, [blank], 225. 

,, John, 76, 182, 194, 234, 337. Sl-c Saer, 
Sare. 
Savers, John, 222. 
Sclieereue, Elena, no. 

,, John, no. &<; Sherreue. 
Scott, Bricir, 76. 

,, Christopher, 76. 
Robert, 233. 
Scrimshaw, ) Anne, n2. 
Schrimshawe, ) Elizabeth, 157. 
,, John, 76, 229. 
,, Richard, 7b, 229. 
,, Thomas, 76, 233, 242. 
,, William, 76, 112, 157. 
Scudamore, Robert 76. 

,, Thomas, 76, 175, 177, 230. 
Sculton, Ceciha, 130, 

,, Thomas, 130. 
Sedger, Mary, 133. 

,, AVilliam, 133. 
Segger, William, 77. 
.Selliirk, Earl of, 31b. 
.Selsy, Margarat, 150. 
„ William, 150. 

Seman, Agnes, 144. 

,, William, 144. 
Semark, Thomas, 299. 
Semer, John, 77. 
SengeljTi, Joan, 120. 
„ John, 120. 
Sete, Joan, lOi. 

,, Roger, ibl. 
Seward, Giles, 77, 137. 
,, Joseph, 202. 
JSIary, 137. 
Sextayn, Christina, 1 10. 

,, John, 1 10. 
Sharp-e, Eli/.abeth, 127, I43. 
,, Jacob, 170, liSb. 
,, Mary, 141. 
,, Samuel, 77, 143, 241. 
,, William, 77, 127, 141. 
Shatwatcr, John, 77, n5, 230. 

M.ary, 1 15, 230. 
Shaw-e, Erasmus, 138. 

„ Margaret, 131, 138. 
,, Robert, 77, 131. 
Sheafe, John, 77, 327. 
.Sheldwich, [blank], 13b. 
„ Agnes, 100. 
,, John, 77, 100. 
Shepard, 1 Elizabeth, 153. 
Sheapard, [John, no, 134, 153. 
Sheopard, ) Mary, 134. 
,, Sarah, no. 
Sherock, George. iSS. 
Sherreue, John, 77, no. &r .Sclieereue. 
Sherwood, Anne, 99. 
Joseph, 77. 
,, Thomas, 99. 
Shindler, John, 77. 

,, Thomas, 77, 'S. 
.Shinglcr, John, 98, 142. 
,, Lvdia, 142. 
Sjbil, 98. 



.Shingleton, Stephen, 20b. 

,, Thomas, 20b. 
Shrubsole, Christopher, 78. 

,, Nicholas, 235. 
Silk-e, Anne, 121. 
,, Susan, 140. 
,, WiUiam, 121, 140. 
.Simmonds, .Samuel, 191. &v Symmonds. 
Simpson, Christopher, 217. 

,, George, 78, 115, 20J, 234. 
,, John, 78, 98, 178, 2'lb, 218. 
,, Katharine, 115. 

Mildred, 98. 
,, Richard, 223. 

Roger, 234, 324. 
,, Thomas, 205, 216, 233. &-6' Sympson. 
Sinnot, John, 231. 
Skillett, Elizabeth, 121. 

,, John, 121. 
Skilton, I Anne, 150. 
Skelton, ) Elizabeth, 104. 
John, 78, 181. 
„ Martha, ib3. 
„ Mary, n7. 
„ Paul, 104. 117. 
,, Sarah, 125. 
,, William, 123, 150, 163. 
Skreen, William, 78. 
Skynner, Gerard, 78. 
Sk\Tnrar, John. 300. 
Sladden, WiUiam, 78. 
.Slegh, Thomas, 78. 
Small, Eleanor, ib3. 
„ William, ibj. 
.Smith, ) Abraham, 78, 107, 212. 
Smyth, ( Cristina, 140. 
,, Deborah, Ib2. 
,, Edward, 79, 231. 
,, EUzabeth, 152. 
,, Fr.ancis, 79. 
Henry, 78. 
„ Jeremiah, 78, 152, 182, 185, 19b, 203, 

219, 223, 22S, 231, 339. 
„ John, 78, 79, 100, 103, 148, ib4, 214, 

224, 231. 
,, Joseph, 78. 
,, Mabella, 103. 1 
,, Margaret, ib4. 
,, Mildred, 100. 
,, Nicholas, 78. 

P.atrick, 78, 145. 
„ Phili]), 202. 
,, Sarah, 148. 
,, .Samuel, 232. 

„ Thomas, 79, 140, 183, 197, 231, 23b. 
,, Ursula, 145. 
,, WiUiam, 162, 231. 
Snell, Agnes, 147. 

,, Thomas, 147. 
Sneller, Abraham, 79. 
Snoad, Alex.ander. 79, 123. 

Martha, 123. 
Soames, Anne, 128. 

John, 79, 128, 153, 175, 232. 
Mary, 153. 
,, Thomas, 79. 
Somes, Christopher, 79. 
Somner, John, 324. 
Soper, Alice, lOb. 

., Lawrence, 106. 
South, Margaret, ni. 



371 



FREEMEN OF CANTERBURY. 



372 



Spillelt, 

Sprate, 

Spratt, 

Staines, 

Stanley, 



Staples, 



South, Stephen, in, 179, 15S, 232. 
Southey, Katharine, 156. 

Robert, 156, 188, iSg, 203. 
Southwell, Elizabeth, 137. 

,, Walter, 137, 170, l8g, 190, 229. 
Sparkwcll, Nicholas, 143. 
Spencer, Hudson, 80, 158. 

Mar)-, 158. 
Spicer, ) Abraham, 80, 157. 
Spyser, j Christmas, no, 14S. 
,, Edward, 80. 
„ Elizabeth, 108. 
,, Joan, 104. 
,, John, 80, 104, 108, 148. 
,, Mary, 157. 
,, Phili]i, no. 
Richard, 80. 
John, 80. 
Thomas, 232. 
William, 80, 204. 
Richard, 219. 
Elizabeth, 158. 
George, 80, 158, 175. 
John, 80. 
Susan, 175. 
William, 80. 
Anne, 160. 
,, Mary, 153. 
„ Samuel, 80, 153, 160, 172, 217, 233. 
Starlcc, [blank], 225. 
Daniel, 81. 
William, 80. 
Starts, Daniel, 81. 
Stephens, William, Si. 
Stiles, Elizabeth, 151. 

,, Jonathan, 217, 229. 

Matthew, 151, 215, 235. 
Stockbery, Nicholas, 81. 
Stockden, Anne, 155. 
John, 155. 
Richard, 188. 
Stocken, Mary, 121. 

,, Thomas, 121. 
■Stokes, Jane, 109. 
,, John, 109. 
,, Thomas, Si. 
Stonbregge, Thomas, 81. 
Stone, Maiy. 150. 

„ Richard, 150. 
Stonehouse, Christopher, 1S9, 197, 211. 
Stoughton, John, 81. 
Stowe, Thomas, 173. 

,, Zachaiy, 81. 
Str.and, John, 181, 183. 
Stranguish, Sarah, 128. 

Thomas, 81, 128. 
Stranshani, John, 225, 23S. 
Streater, John, 81. 

William, 81. 
Strcdwick, Avery, 82, 156, 181, 230, 231. 
,, Alfred, 235. 
,, Elizabeth, 147. 
,, John, 147. 
,, Mary, 156. 

Nicholas, 81, 82. 
,, Thomas, 81. 
Strevens, '( Eve, 100. 
Strivcns, J Roger, 82, 100. 
Stringer, Batchelder, 216. 
Strong, Stc])hen, 172, 196, 21S. 
Stronn, John, 192. 



SUulham 


Anne, 127, 156, ibi. 


)i 


Elizabeth, 119, 142. 




John, 82, 142, 148, 156, 222, 232. 234 


») 


Mary, 116, 125. 




Richard, 127. 


,, 


Sarah, 148. 


J 


William, 82, 116, 119. 125, 161, 197 




240. 


Sturges, 


Ambrose, 112, 196, 238. 


^, 


Hannah, 116. 


J, 


Mary, 112. 


,, 


Pete'r, 116. 


Stybbyng 


, John, 82. 


Swan, 


John, 324. 


Swanton, 


Robert, 214.. 


Sweeting 


WiUiam, 82. 


Swetlanc 


, Mary, 152. 


,, 


Thomas, ii;2. 


Symmonds, William, 240. See Simmonds. 


Symon, 


Robert, 70. 


Symond, 


Henry, 82. 


Symons, 


Richard, 230. 


Sympson 


Christopher, 195, 229, 235. 


,, 


Edward, 82. 


„ 


John, 82. 


,, 


Nicholas, 82. 




Sarah, 159. 


,, 


Valentine, ijg. 


T.\DDV, 


Nicholas, 174, 191. 5tY' Toddey. 


Talputt, 


John, 173. 


J, 


Richard, 83. 




William, 179, 197, 235. 


Tangate, 


Thomas, 173. 


Tangett, 


Joseph, 83. 




Simon, 212. 


,, 


Thomas, 83. 


Tanlin, 


John, 184. 


Tap ton. 


Dionisia 152. 


,, 


Isabella, 114. 


M 


John, 114, 152. 


Tane, 


William, 205, 235. 


Tarry, 


Rebecca, iii. 




William, in, 185. 


Tassell, 


John, 202. 


TatnoU. 


Randoll, 226, 243. 


Tatterton 


, Richard, 23S. 


Taylor, 


Anne, 123. 


,, 


Elias, 183. 


,, 


Joan, 235. 


„ 


John, 83, loi, 200, 207, 210 2.35. 


,, 


Mary, lOI. 


,, 


Thomas, 227. 




Wilham, 83, 123, 197, 234, 235, 239, 


Tent,' 


John, 328. 


Tegheler 


Richard, 161. 


TeiTier, 


Elias, 1&6. 


)j 


Mary, 166. 


Terry, 


Ambrose, 197. 


,, 


Amold, 12&, 189. 


,, 


Augustine, 196. 


,, 


Edward, 199. 


,, 


Isaac, 83. 




John, 83, 121, 210, 225, 243. 


,, 


Margaret, 126. 


,, 


Martha, 121. 


_, 


Michael, 83. 


,, 


.Sarah, 157. 


,, 


Stephen, 178. 


,, 


Thomas, 157. , 


Tetter, 


Jane, 130. 


„ 


Thomas, 130. 



373 



INDEX OF STRAY XAIIES. 



374 



Tewsenoth, Alice, 145. 
Joan, 144. 
John, 144, 145. 
Thatcher, Anne, 152. 

,, John, 84. 140. 

,, Margaret, 140. 

,, Rebecca, 107. 

,, Stephen, 10;, 152. 
Thomas, Edward, 84, log, I2q, 23C). 

,, Ehzabeth, 109. 

,, Mar)-, I2g. 

William, 188. 
Thompson, Mary, lot, 144. 

,, Robert, lOi. 

,, Thomas, 144. See Tompson. 
Thomson, John, 84. 

,, William, 84. See Tompson. 
Thornehurst, Stephen, 84. 
Thorp, John, 206. 
Thread, Paul, 84. 
Thykmylk, Joan, 124. 

„ ' Roger, 124. 
Tiddeman, William, 84, i6~. 
Tilbe, Henry, 236. 
Tilby, Daniel, 84. 
Titherton, Richard, 178, 241. 
Titterton, Richard, 195. 
Toddey, Thomas, 84. See TailJy. 
Tolcer, John, 84, 85, 118. 

„ Mary, i iS. 
Tolken, Thomas, 85. 
Tolputt. See Talputt. 
Tomhn, Elizabeth, 125. 
John, 85. 

„ Judith, 151. 

Peter, 125, 151, 206, 208. 
Tomlins, John, 145. 

,, Katharine, 145. 
Tompson, John, 85. See Thompson. 
Tong-e, Christopher, 85. 

,, James, 205, 236. 

,, Thomas, 85. 
Tostes, John, 85. 
Toumbs, Thomas, 85. 
Trent, Elizabeth, 149. 

,, Robert, 149. 
Tresser, ) Anne, 106. 
Tressar, ) Joan, 148. 

,, Thomas, 106, 148, 237. 
Tayppe, Christina, 137. 

John, 137. 
Tuch, William, 85. 
Tuck, Edward, 85, 159, 175. 

John, 85, 170, 203, 237, 238. 

,, JIargaret, 159. 

,, Sarah, 98. 

,, Thomas, 85, 98, 237. 
Tucker, John, 85, 140, 152, 163, 211, 221, 234. 

,, Martha, 152. 

„ Priscilla, 140. 

„ Sibyl, 163. 

,, Thomas, 85. 
William, 85. 
Tullenden, Robert, 199. 
Tumber, Catharine, 155. 

,, Edward, 150, 155. 
John, 85. 

,, Mary, 150. 
Turner, Mary, 130. 

,, Richard, 237, 241. 

,, Robert, 86, 213. 



Turner, Thomas, 86, 130. 

,, William, 224. 
Tusnoth. See Tcwsenotli. 
Tustian, John, 192, 229. 
Twyman, Ehzabeth, 126. 

,, Henry, 86, 126, 208, 230, 241. 

,, John, 86, 109. 

,, Sarah, 109. 
Tygo, Agnes, no. 

,, William, no. 
Tylly, William, 306. 
U-MBERFVI.D, John, 86. 
Underdo\ni, George, 113. 

„ John, 222, 228. 

„ Maiy, 113. 
Upton, Elizabeth, 97, 107, no. 

,, John, 86, 97, 99, 107, 159, 204, 238. 

,, Richard, 159. 

,, Susanna, 99, 159. 

,, Thomas, 86, no. 

,, Thomasine, 159. 
Usbam, Thomas, 86. 
Usborne, Hamon, 127. 

,, Joan, 127. 
Vance, James, 121. 

,, Ursula, 121. .Jc^ Vanse. 
Vandepere, Anne, 134. 

„ Elizabeth, 133. 

„ George, 133. 181, 216. 
John, 86, 198. 

,, Lancelot, 86, 134. 
Vann, Edward, 86, 134, 195. 

„ Elizabeth, 134. 
Vanse, James, 86. See Vance. 
Varlee, James, 88. 
VeiTyer, Christopher, 120. 

,, Margaret, 120. 
VersOH, Anne, 106. 

,, Herman, 106. 
Vincent, John, 238. 
Violet, Edward, 163. 

,, EYances, 163. 

,, Thomas, 168, 173. 
Vittall, Anne, n7. 

„ Edward, 221. 

,, William, 87, n7, 223. 
Vyrle, Alice, 154. 
Joan, n4. 
Richard, 87. 

„ Robert, 87, n4, 154. 
Vydean, Eleanor, 121. 

,, James, 121, 129, 192, 241. 

,, Joan, 129. 
Vydyan, James, 229. 
Wachers, Mary, 127. 

Robert, 87, 127. Av Wager. 
Waddell, Anne, 99. 

,, Catharine, n8. 

„ Henry, 198, 200, 23S. 

,, William, 87, 99, 1 18. 
Wager, John, 170,207. Av Wachers. 
Wagstaffe, Christopher, 180. 

Henry, 87, 207. 
Waite, George, 87. 

,, Hannah, 122. 
Jane, 145. 

,, Peter, 87, 145, 216, 220, 238. 

,, Thomas, 122. 
Wakelield, John, 208. 

,, Simon, 87. 
Wakelyn, Daniel, 203. 



375 



FREEMEN OF CANTERRURY. 



376 



AValkev, Alexander, 87. 

„ Joan, 158. 
John, 88. 

,, Katharine, 123. 

,, Mary, 162. 

Nathaniel, 162, 188. 

,, Thomas, 158. 

,, William, 123. 
Walkup, ^ Hannah, 154, 
Wallcup, ) Mar)', 149. 

,, Thomas, 149, 154. 
Wall-e, Edward, 8S, iSi, 227, 239. 

,, Elizabeth, 153. 

Thomas, 88,' 138, 153. 
Waller, Edward, 87. 

,, Mary, 131. 

Richard, 88, 131. 
Walter, [blank], 242. 
Wanderton, George, 88. 
Ward, John, 175, 244. 
Ware, John, 1 13. 

,, Mary, 113. 
Warliam, Archbishop, 317. 
AVarkenson, Robert, 142. 

,, Susan, 142. 
Warleigh, James, 88. 
Warley, John, 88. 
Warre, ilary, 107. 

., William, 107. 
Warren, Sarah, 155. 

,, William, 155. 
Warrener, Thomas, 88. 
Warwell, Anna, 148. 

,, Anne, 126. 

John, 88, 148, 189. 

„ Joseph, 12 b. 

,, Mary, 119. 

Thomas, 88, 119, 239. 
Warwick, Abraham, 239. 
Washengton, Robert, 88. 
Wastilman, William, 88. 
Water, Robert, 89. 
Waters, Adam, 200. 

,, Elizabeth, 139, 144. 

,, Jonas, 8g, 194. 

,, Nicholas, 144. 

,, William, 89, 139. 
Watmer, Willi.im, 198, 205. 
Watson, [blank], 219. 
John, 89. 
William, 159. 
Watts, John, 239. 
Watvill, Joan, 156. 
John, 156. 
Waynflete, Beatrice, 122. 

,, Elianor, 120. 

,, Thomas, 89, 120, 122, 325. 
William, 89. 
Wear, John, 89, 132. 

,, Rebecca, 132. 
Welib-e, Elizabeth, loi. 

,, George, 89, lOl. 

,, Margaret, 226. 

,, Martha, loi. 

,, Thomas, 8g, lOl. 
Weeden, Nathaniel, 89. 
Weevells, Israel, 142, 170, 196. 

„ Jo.in, 142. 
Welby, John, 90. 

,, .Simon, 89 go. 
Weldon, Thomas, 189. 



WcUavd, John, 90, 1 1 7. 
Mary, 117. 
,, Richard, 169, 170, 182, 183, 201, 240. 

,, Thomas, 90. 
Welle, George, go. 
Wells, I Anthony, 200. 
Welles, ) Elizabeth, 112. 

,, Jacob, 90, 112. 

., John. 90, 169, 170. 

,, Margery, 126. 

,, Roger, 90, 12G. 

,, William, 90, ibg. 
Wemesherste, Thomas, 328. 
Wen, M.ay, 158. 

Thomas, 158. 
Wentford, Elizabeth 97. 

,, Timothy, 97. 
Wertyng, Hem-y, 328. 
Mabel, 328. 
West, Catharine, 156. 

,, Edward, 242. 

,, Katharine, 106. 

,, Matthew, go, 106. 

,, Thomas, 90, 15O. 
Wetenhall, Charles, 170, 206. 
Wheatnall, Charles. 213. 
Wheatstone, Edward, 183, 222. 
Wlieteley, Harry, 142. 
AVhetstone, See Wheatstone. 
Whineats, Elizabeth, T17. 

,, Thomas, 1 17. 
White, Anne, 156, 164. 

,, Barbara, 153. 

,, Bartliolomew, 146. 

,, Bell, 103, 126, 143, 164, 206. 

,, Christopher, 153. 

,, Edmund, 118. 

,, Elizabeth, 1 50. 

,, Ennet, 142. 

,, George, 142, 150. 
Henry, 237. 

,, Joan, 103. 

,, John, go, 240. 

,, Margaret, 102, 143. 

,, Mary, 118, 126, 143, 146. 

,, Richard, 156, 242. 

,, Simon, 143. 

„ Stephen, go 214. 

„ Thomas, go, gi, 102, 142. I7g. 230. 

,, William, 91. 
Whitticld, Henrietta, 160. 

„ Henry, gi. 

,, John, gi, 160. 
Whiting, George, igs- 
Ingle, I4g. 

,, John, gi. 

„ Mary, 140. 

,, Robert, 91, 140. 

William, gi, 149, 179, 211, 237. 
AVicke, Thomas, 231. 
Wickham, Elizabeth 159. 

,, Frances, 159. 

,, John, 109, 149, 241. 

,, Martha, 149. 

,, Mary, 109. 

,, Rose, 125. 

Thomas, 91, 92, 137, 159. 

,, Willi.am, 125. 
Wiggins, Elizabeth, [48, 154. 

,, Martha, 120. 

,, Paul, 92, iiO, 120, 220, 22S, 241. 



377 



INDEX OF STRAY NAMES. 



378 



Wiggins, Richard, 148. 

,, William, 154. 
Wigmore, Henry, 92. 
Wilcocl<, Godfrey, 239. 

,, Joan, 1 12. 

John, 112, 241. 
Wildbore, Agnes, 132. 

,, Anne, 118. 

,, Eleanor, 99. 

Jerome, 95, 99, 132. 
William, 118, 187. 
Wilkes, Richard, 92. 
Wilkins, Thomas, 92. 
Wilkinson, Daniel, 92, 107, 123, 153. 

,, Elizabeth, 123. 

,, Joan, 107. 

,, John, 223. 

,, Katharine, 153. 

,, Mary, 1 46. 

,, I'eter, 146. 

,, Robert, 200. 

,, William, 9, 21 r. 
Willesden, Abraham, 93, 226. 

,, Thomas, 190. ' 
Williams, [blank], 287. 

,, Anne, 153. 

,, Edward, 19b. 

,, Elizabeth, 113, 116. 

,, Humphrey, 92. 

„ James, 168, 183. 

,, Jane, 166. 

,, Joan, 136. 

John, 92, 93, 109, 121, 153, 215, 241. 

,, Katharine, 109. 

,, JIargaret, 100. 

,, Mary, 106, 108, 121. 

,, Mercy, 126. 

,, Nicholas, 92, 106, 116, 166, 171, 175. 

,, Samuel, 92, 227. 

,, Thomas, 92, 93, 100, 113, 126, 136. 
Willoughby, Robert, 93. 
Wilmot, Catharine, 153. 
Jarvis, 93, 145. 

,, John, 146. 

,, Mary, 145, 146. 

Thomas, 153, 180, 241. 
Wilson, Anne, 97. 

,, Edward, 93, 97, 164, 174. 

,, Isaac, 242. 

,, John, 169, 217. 

,, Sar.ah, 164. 
Winchilsea, Earl of, 316, 326. 
Winfons, Timothy, 181. 
Winford, Anne, 108. 

,, Jacob, 93, 108. 

,, William, 93, 242. 
Winter, Alice, 120. 

,, Henry, 94. 

,, Joan, 100. 

,, John, 94, 100, 120. 
Wod, Thomas, 94. 



Wood, Anne, lol. 

,, Eliz.ibeth, 114, 116. 

,, loan. 123. 

,, Wary, 100. 

,, Michael, 94. 

,, Richard, 94, 100. 123. 

,, Robert, 94, 101, I Ib. 

,, Thomas, 114. 
Woodcock, Edward, 133, 200. 

,, Martha, 133. 
Wood full Anne, 127. 

„ Margaret, 132. 

„ Matthew, 127, 132. 
Woodin, Henry, 145. 

,, Susan, 145. 
Woodland, Aaron, 181. 
Woodman, Anne, 148. 

,, Henry, 14, 156. 

„ Joan, 15O. 
Worger, Anthony, 241. 
Wormesell, John, 164. 

Mildred, 1G4. 
Worsley, Thomas, 243. 
Wotteghe, Richard, 94. 
Wotton, Willi.am, 94. 
Wraith, Daniel, 151. 

,, Elizabeth, 107. 

,, Nicholas, 94, 107. 

,, Sar.ah, 151. &r Wreight. 
Wray, William, 94. 
AVreight, ) John, 94. 
Wraight, j Katharine, 145. 

,, Nicholas, 145, 151. 

,, Sarah, 151. 

,, Stephen, 94. 

Thomas, 94, 231. AvWiaith. 
Wicnn, John, 243. 
Wright, John, 94, 179. 

,, Thomas, 94, 95. 
Wykys, Edmund, 328. 
Wyldebore. Stv Wildbore. 
Wyner, Lawrence, 95. 
Wynn, Robert, 95, 227. 

,, Thomas, 234. 
Wyse, Henry, 95. 
YoUNG-E, 1 Anne, 108, 135, 150. 
Yong-e, J Elizabeth, 120, 134. 
Yunge, ) George, 95, 96, 108, 138, 201. 

„ Henrv, 90. 

John;95, 96, 214, 242, 244. 

,, Margery, 312. 

,, Mary, 121, 132, I45,'i65. 

,, Nicholas, 95, 176, 201, 244. 

,, Rachel, 138. 

,, Richard, 96, 150. 

,, Robert, 132. 

,, Sarah, 148. 

,, Thomas, 95,96, I2t, 134, 145, 148, 
165, 220, 225, 241, 244. 

,, William, 95, 96, 120, 193, 199, 207. 



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