Carpenters' Company:
Minute Books of Courts and Committees

4th May 1731 - 2nd August 1737

About this document type

Currently Held: Guildhall Library, London

LL ref: GLCCMC251050320

Image 320 of 4523rd October 1732

Court day Continued October the 3d: 1732

Johnson to Day

Consented That John Johnson< no role > Son of Robert Johnson< no role > of the Parish of Saint James-
Garlickhith London Labourer bound to Thomas Banbury< no role > Citizen and Carpenter of London having
Sued out his Indentures be assigned to John Day< no role > Citizen and Wax Chandler sed arte
Carpenter for the remainder of his Apprenticeshipp


Ordered That Mr Greene do provide Musick as usuall for the next Lord Mayors day

The report of Renter Wardens

The Auditors of the late Renter Wardens Accounts reported Twenty Pounds thirteene shill
and seven pence farthing to be due to the Company on the ballance there of which they
signed and the ballance was putt into the Chest and his Bond was taken out and delivered
to him and the New Renter Warden's Bond putt into the Chest

Mr Preston paid 10 for

Itt was now ordered by this Company That Mr John Preston< no role > should be discharged from all
repaires of the houses late in his occupaton on payment of tenn Pounds for the same
which he agreed to and now paid to Mr Warden Knowles the said Ten Pounds accordingly

The Beadle not to exercise
his trade of Carpentry in the
Hall Yard }

Whereas Complaint was this day made to this Court by Nathaniel Poole< no role > our Clerk that
Thomas Barnard< no role > our Beadle tooke the liberty of working and following his business of
Carpentry in the Hall yard fronting the Clerks house and leading to the Clerks Wash house
and itt not being Customary for any former Beadle so to do Itt is therefore Ordered &
resolved That our Beadle Thomas Barnard< no role > nor any Beadle for the future shall presume
to work or follow his business of Carpentry on the Premisses above described

Oliver Lloyd< no role > & Roger Grithead< no role > This name instance is in set 1620.
presented to Merchantaylors
to receive Mr Rowe's Gift}

Ordered That Oliver Lloyd< no role > and Roger Grithead< no role > be presented by this Company to the Merchant
Taylors Company for the said Company of Merchantaylors to make Choice of one of them in
the room of Thomas Branson< no role > deced to receive a pention of Four pounds P ann being the
Gift of Mr Thomas Rowe< no role > deceased

Whifflers & Standard

Ordered That John Spencer< no role > Thomas Arnold< no role > John Stevens< no role > Joseph May< no role > Richard Starr< no role > and
William Haskins< no role > be the Whifflers and Thomas Woodward< no role > George Savage< no role > and
be the Standard Bearers on next Lord Mayers day

N B. Six Whifflers
five standard Bearers}

View as XML