Carpenters' Company:
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2nd February 1787 - 2nd December 1800

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Image 69 of 2113rd May 1791


At a Court of Assistants Holden at Carpenters
Hall on Tuesday the third Day of May 1791

Present Mr. Suter Warden

Mr. Jupp Mr. Flight Mr. Russell Mr. Hudson Mr. Lawrence
Mr. Staines Mr. Woodyer

Mr. Wm. Lewis< no role > senr. paid his Quarterage to Lady day -..5..4
Mr. Wm. Lewis< no role > Junr . paid Do.to Do.-..8..8
Mr. Thomas Langston< no role > paid Do.to Do.-..3..-
Mr. John Holmes< no role > paid Do.to Do.-..-..6
Mr. Wm. Lumley< no role > paid Do.to Do.-..6..8
Mr. Thos. Whitaker< no role > paid Do.to Do.-..8..-
Mr. James Gubbins< no role > paid Do.to Do.-..19..4
Mr. Charles Weld< no role > paid Do.to Do.-..12..-

Parker to Holmes

Richard Parker< no role > Son of John Parker< no role > deceased bound to John
Holmes
< no role > of Northampton Street Clerkenwell Cabinet maker
& also Citizen and Carpenter of London Consideration Nil

Wigzel to Lumley

Thomas Wigzel< no role > Son of Robert Wigzel< no role > of Green Street Theobalds
Road Bricklayer bound to William Lumley< no role > of Chancery Lane
Carpenter and also Citizen and Carpenter of London Conson Nil

Jacques to Gubbins

James Jacques< no role > Son of Richard Jacques< no role > of Hatton Garden
Auctioneer bound to James Gubbins< no role > Carpenters and also Citizen
and Carpenters of London Consideration 20

Walford to Walford

Charles Walford< no role > bound to his Father Charles Walford< no role > of
Fleet Market Carpenter and also Citizen and Carpenter of
London Consideration 20

Buckwell to Lewis

George Buckwell< no role > bound to William Lewis< no role > Citizen and
Carpenter of London deceased turned over to WIlliam Lewis< no role >
Citizen and Carpenter of London for the Remainder of his time

Peet to Smith

David Evans Peet< no role > bound to Thomas Whittaker< no role > Citizen and
Carpenter of London turned over to William James Smith< no role >
Citizen and Musicioners of London for the Remainder of his
time




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