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

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Image 284 of 4526th July 1731


Court day Continued July the 6th- 1731

Bush to Barber

Henry Bush< no role > Son of John Bush< no role > Citizen and Carpenter of London bound to John Barber< no role >
Citizen and Carpenter of London for seven yeares Consideracon money Twenty One
Pounds

Higden to Higden

William Higden< no role > Son of Robert Higden< no role > Citizen and Carpenter of London bound to his
said Father for seven Yeares Consideracon money Nil

Freemen{

Davis

John Davis< no role > Son of John Davis< no role > of Hitchen in the County of Hertford Labourer
bound to Robert Catherall< no role > Citizen and Carpenter of London was by the Testimony of
his said Master made free

Tapper

Robert Tapper< no role > son of Robert Tapper< no role > late of the Parish of St- Leonard Shoreditch in
the County of Middx Ironmonger deced bound to Richard Tillsley< no role > Citizen and Carpenter of
London was by Testimony of his said Master made free

Withers

Joseph Withers< no role > Son of Daniell Wither< no role > s late of Waltham holy Cross in the County of
Essex Wheelwright deced bound to Samuell Arden< no role > Citizen and Carpenter of London was
by Testimony of his said Master made free

Smith

Thomas Smith< no role > Son of Thomas Smith< no role > of Lowlayton in the County of Essex husbandman
bound to John Manuell< no role > Citizen and Carpenter of London and afterwards assigned to Henry
Jackson
< no role > Citizen and Blacksmith of London was by Testimony of his said Master Henry
Jackson made free

Hopegood

Owen Hopegood< no role > son of Owen Hopegood< no role > late of the Parish of Stepney in the County
of Middx Weaver deced bound to Anthony Natt< no role > Citizen and Carpenter of London was by
Testimony of his said Master made free

Lady's Dinner

Ordered That a Dinner be provided for the Court of Assistants and their Wives att
the George in Ironmonger Lane on Thursday the 22d: day of this instant July

Renter Warden to pay
Mr Lindsey 100}

The Question was now putt whether this Court should allow Mr Lindsey One hundred
Pounds in Consideracon of his leaving the house in Lyme Streete late in his possession in good
repaire Thereupon and upon a full debate of the Matter Itt is ordered (That notwithstanding
the Order of the last Court for the payment of Eighty Pounds only) That the sume of One
hundred Pounds be paid forthwith by the Renter Warden to the said Mr Lindsey for the
Consideracons more particularly menconed in the said Order of this Court made the Eighth day of
June last




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