Works of the Camden Society Volume 3

Works of the Camden Society Volume 3

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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. 1872 edition. Excerpt: ...of Maye unto Christopher Clark, who was sworne then Groome.. 1608. Sergeant Fletcher made over his place to Cuthbert Joyner the 26th of June. ' 1610. Christopher Clark, Groome of the Vestery, resigned his place the 22th of December to Wm. Lowther, who was sworne Groome the same daye. 1611. Henry Alred for many disorders, and for suspicon of stealing 3 coapes out of his Majt" Vestery at Greenwich, was put out of his place the vijfl' of June, and Wm. Lowther was sworne Yeoman that daye, and Henry Eveseed the younger was sworne Groome of the Vestery in his place, the 19th of the same June followinge. 1615. J hon Nicholas, eldest Yeoman of the Vesterie, sold his place unto Richard Patten, who was sworne Groome thereof the 30th of Sept. and Wm. Lowther and Henry Eveseed were sworne Yeomen. 1620. Henry Eveseed, for many disorders comitted and proved against him, was deprived of his Majestes service the third of Marche, and Thomas Pannell was sworne Groome in his place the 20th of the same, and then was Richard Patten raised to the Yeoman's place. 1604. Wm. Lowther, eldest Yeoman, died the 3 of July, and Thomas Valker, servant to the Lord Bishop of Winton, and Deane of the Chappel, was sworne Groome in his place the xxvu' of the same followinge. 1625. Memorandum, that uppon the xixfl ' of November, by King Charles's warrant, under his hand signed, was Thomas Meller sworne Joynt Sergeant of his Mam Vesterie, and Robt. Colman and Silvester Wilson Yeomen of the same, and Thomas Meller to reeeave suche wages as doth belonge to the Sergeant from his Majestes first entrance unto his Crowne, and Robt. Colman and Silvester Wilson to receave xij' a peece per diem, and xu a peece per annum for the fee, and they to...show more

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  • Paperback | 96 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 5mm | 186g
  • Rarebooksclub.com
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236755952
  • 9781236755957