Carpenters' Company:
Minute Books of Courts and Committees
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4th May 1731 - 2nd August 1737

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Currently Held: Guildhall Library, London

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Image 278 of 4524th June 1731


Court day Continued May the 4th- 1731

Cox to Pickard

Thomas Cox< no role > Son of Thomas Cox< no role > of Bishopsgate Streete London Carpenter bound to
Robert Pickard< no role > Citizen and Carpenter of London for seven yeares Consideracon Money
Nil

Freemen{

Uridge

Ebenezer Uridge< no role > This name instance is in a workspace. Son of Ebenezer Uridge< no role > This name instance is in a workspace. late of the parish of St- Mary Magdalen Bermondsea
Mariner deced bound to Francis Bush< no role > Citizen and Carpenter of London was by Testimony of
his said Master made free

Deacons

John Deacons< no role > Son of Thomas Deacons< no role > of Highworth in the County of Wilts Husbandman
bound to Jacob Knowles< no role > Citizen and Carpenter of London and afterwards assigned to John Brush< no role >
Citizen and Fishmonger of London was by Testimony of his said Master John Brush< no role > made
free

East India Bonds

Mr Warden Barlow now reported that he had received Twenty two Pounds sixteene
shillings for halfe a yeares Interest on 1140 East India Bonds due att Lady day last

No Person to dine with the
Assistants witht. leave on
the penalty of 5s}

Ordered That no Person or Persons be admitted to dine with the Court of Assistants of
this Company att any time hereafter without applicacon be made to and leave first had
and obtained from the Master or One of the Wardens in the penalty of five shillings for every
such Person so offending against this Order and that such Forfeits be paid into the Poors box
for the benefitt of the Poore of this Company And that this be a standing Order of this
Company

Jonathan Mason< no role > & Solomon
Hicks
< no role > presented to the
Merchantaylors for to receive
Mr Vernon's Gift}

Ordered That Jonathan Mason< no role > and Solomon Hicks< no role > be presented by this Company to the
Merchantaylors Company for the said Company of Merchantaylors to make Choice of one of
them in the roome of Oliver Slocock< no role > deced to receive a Pencon of Four pounds P ann and also
a Gown of 45s price once in three yeares being the Gift of Mr John Vernon< no role > deced

House in Bishogate Streete
lett to Mary Goodgame< no role > }

This Day the Company lett the house in Bishopgate Streete late in the possion of John
Reddish
< no role > to Mary Goodgame< no role > Widdow under the yearly rent of Eight Pounds payable Quarterly
to Comence from Midsummer next for one yeare certaine and one Quarters warning and to
Confirm her Agreement the said Mary Goodgame< no role > paid Mr Warden Barlow two shillings and six
pence in part of the first Quarters rent0-2-6

May the 14th- 1731

Jonathan Mason< no role > chosen a
Pentioner in the Merchantaylors
Company in the room of Oliver
Slocock deced}

Memorandum This Day the Master and Wardens Mr Thomas Bowcher< no role > and Mr Thomas Dawson< no role >
attended on the Merchantaylors Company when they presented Jonathan Mason< no role > and Solomon Hicks< no role >
to the said Company for them to make Choice of one of them in the roome of Oliver Slocock< no role > deced to
receive a pention of Four pounds P ann and also a Gown of Forty five shillings price once in three
yeares being the Gift of John Vernon< no role > to this Company And The said Company of Merchantaylors
made Choice of Jonathan Mason< no role > to receive the said Gift accordingly




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