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- Date: ca 11 Feb 1651/52
- Place: London
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- Date: 11 Feb 1651/52
- Place: St Lawrence Jewry, London
- Occupation: Merchant of the Salters' Company
- Note: @N1834@
- @N1834@ NOTE
- Appointed sidesman of the church 1615 London, St Lawrence Jewry
- Churchwarden BETWEEN 25 JUN 1632 AND 25 JUN 1633 London, St Lawrence Jewry
- Audited his successor's accounts and acted in the capacity frequently until his death 1634 London, St. Lawrence Jewry
- One of a committee to treat with Balliol College in regard to the lease of the parsonage and tithes 1649
- One of the trustees of the Salters Company to whom the company hall, formerly the town mansion of the Priors of Tortington, was conveyed [History of the Twelve Great Livery Companies of London, Herbert, Vol. II, p. 561] 1641
- User ID: 6DD42D4C5E67484ABC8753F75B0CE0A68B19
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- Date: 13 SEP 2007
Prior to import, this record was last changed 13 SEP 2007.
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- ↑ Entered by Theodore Palmer, May 28, 2012
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