A Register of the Scholars Admitted Into Merchant Taylor's School; From A. D. 1562 to 1874, Comp. from Authentic Sources and Ed. with Biographical Notices Volume 1

A Register of the Scholars Admitted Into Merchant Taylor's School; From A. D. 1562 to 1874, Comp. from Authentic Sources and Ed. with Biographical Notices Volume 1

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1882 edition. Excerpt: ...Hampton, co. Middx. 12 Feb. 1636. 1646. Andrew Lawson, second son of John, clothworker, b. in Michael Queenhithe, 17 June, 1635. Thomas Padnoll, eld. son of Thomis, wine merchant, b. in Margaret's, New Fish St. 29 Jan. 1637. Henry Kenton, only son of Thomas, shoemaker, b. in Andrew Hubbert's par. 21 May, 1636. John Cross, eld. son of Ralph, mercer, b. at Hunnington (Honiton), co. Devon, 28 May, 1632. Giles Purcell, eld. son of Thomas, draper, b. in Allhallows Lumbard St. 4 May, 1636. Jeremiah Jones, second son of Jeremiah, merchant taylor, b. in Bartholomew Exchange, i Oct. 1631. Thomas Preston, eld. son of Isaac, woodmonger, b. in Botolph's Aldgate, 9 May, 1632. Isaac Preston, second son of the same, b. in same parish, 10 Dec. 1635. George Day, second son of George, cooper, b. in Botolph's Aldgate, 8 May, 1634. Nehemiah Beaton,3 second son of John, clerk, b. in Katherine Tower, 26 Dec. 1631. Edward Tarry, fourth son of William, wine merchant, b. at Canterbury, 10 Aug. 1635. John Brader, eld. son of John, merchant taylor, b. in Aldermanbury par. 15 Sep. 1635. i William Bishop, son of Richard, by Mary, dau. of Humphrey Walcot, of Walcot. (Vis. of London, 1634.) 1 Ezekiel Hopkins, chorister of Magd. Coll. Oxf. 1649, afterwards Usher of the School adjoining, and Chaplain of the College. Chaplain to his father-in-law, Lord Robartes (afterwards Earl of Truro) then Lord Lieutenant of Ireland, and by him made Dean of Raphoe. He became B1shop Ok Raphoe in 1671, and was translated to Londonderry in 1681. Driven thence by the forces under the Earl of Tyrconnel in 1688, he retired to England, and died minister of St. Mary Aldermanbury in 1690. 3 Nehemiah Beaton admitted pensioner of Jesus Coll. Camb. 1647. John Temple,1 eld. son of John, merchant...show more

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  • Paperback | 158 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 9mm | 295g
  • Rarebooksclub.com
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236946588
  • 9781236946584