Commissioners of the Lieutenancy for the City of London, 1694

Warrant appointing the following Commissioners of the lieutenancy for the City of London:

6 February 1694

Sir William Ashurst, Lord Mayor of London
Sir Robert Clayton
Sir Patience Ward
Sir John Moore
Sir William Pritchard
Sir Robert Jeffreyes
Sir Thomas Stamp
Sir John Fleet
Sir Salathiel Lovell, recorder
Sir Jonathan Raymond
Sir Samuel Dashwood
Sir Benjamin Thorowgood
Sir Thomas Kensey
Sir Thomas Lane
Sir John Houblon
Sir Edward Clark
Sir Humphrey Edwin
Sir Francis Child
Sir Richard Levett
Sir William Gore
Sir Thomas Cook
Sir James Houblon
Sir Thomas Abney
Sir William Hedges
Sir Thomas Halton
Sir John Mordan, Bart.
Sir Henry Ashurst, Bart.
Sir Benjamin Newland
Sir John Letheinlier
Sir Peter Vandeput
Sir William Russell
Sir Jeremy Lambrook
Sir Gabriel Roberts
Lord Edward Desbovery
Sir Thomas Vernon
Sir Ralph Box
Sir Joseph Herne
Sir Leonard Robinson
Sir William Scawen
Sir John Foach
Sir Stephen Evance
Sir Henry Furnese
Thomas Papillon, Esq.
Thomas Frederick, Esq.
Thomas Westerne, Esq.
Nathaniel Tench, Esq.
Thomas Langham, Esq.
Peter Houblon, Esq.
William Jarrett, Esq.
John Flavell, Esq.
Robert Whittingham, Esq.
William Warren, Esq.
John Railey, Esq.
Francis Gosfright, Esq.
John Johnson, Esq.
Samuel Powell, Esq.
James Denew, Esq.
Joseph Scriven, Esq.
Daniel Allen, Esq.
Robert Raworth, Esq.
Francis Moore, Esq.
Thomas Shaw, Esq.
William Faulkner, Esq.
James Boddington, Esq.
Henry Halley, Esq.
John Adams, Esq.
Benjamin Whitecott, Esq.
Charles Chamberleyne, Esq.
Richard Aly, Esq.
John Nicholls, Esq.
Thomas Colson, Esq.
William Hussey, Esq.
Richard Hoar, Esq.
James Smith, Esq.
Richard Wormansell, Esq.
Joseph Smart, Esq.
Pater Joye, Esq.
William Hooker, Esq.
Arthur Baron, Esq.
Peter Floyer, Esq.
Henry Clark, Esq.
John Jenew, Esq.
John Sawyer, Esq.
Jeoffry Jeffrys, Esq.
Nathaniel Haws, Esq.
William Strong, Esq.
John Jeffrys, Esq.
John East, Esq.
Richard Pierce, Esq.
Edmund Boulter, Esq.
John Morrice, Esq.
Edward Rudge, Esq.
Francis Fitton, Esq.
Michael Godfrey, Esq.
Richard Bristow, Esq.
John Hammond, Esq.
Isaac Houblon, Esq.
Gilbert Heathcott, Esq.
John Cary, Esq.
Henry Cornish, Esq.
George Gooday, Esq.
John Morgan, Esq.
Thomas Goddard, Esq.
George Roune, Esq.
Thomas D’Eath, Esq.
Robert Foot, Esq.
Thomas Cudden, Esq.
Thomas Cuthbert, Esq.
John Bickley, Esq.
Robert Hatton, Esq.
William Gunn, Esq.
John Cullam, Esq.
Joas Bateman, Esq.
William Walker, Esq.
Owen Buckingham, Esq.
Samuel Stanyer, Esq.
Michael Rolls, Esq.
Edward Cressenor, Esq.
William Coles, Esq.
Richard Young, Esq.
John Mountfort, Esq.
Arthur Shallet, Esq.
John Sherbrook, Esq.
John Wolf, Esq.
Samuel Waldoe, Esq.
Daniel Dervile, Esq.
Richard Gwynne, Esq.
Edward Lemman, Esq.
John Gardiner, Esq. of Fenchurch Street
John Lordell, Esq.
Samuel Lock, Esq.
Bartholomew Gracedieu, Esq.

Hardy, William John, ed., Calender of State Papers, Domestic Series, of the Reign of William and Mary, 1694-1695, Preserved in the Public Record Office, Volume 5, (Vaduz: Kraus Reprint Ltd., 1969) First Published London: HMSO, 1906. p. 21.

More information about London and English history can be found in the books:

Puritan London: A Study of Religion and Society in the City Parishes
Permanent Londoners: An Illustrated Guide to the Cemeteries of London
England in the 1690s: Revolution, Religion
The Civil Wars: A Military History of England, Scotland, and Ireland 1638-1660
The Cromwellian Gazetteer: An Illustrated Guide to Britain in the Civil War and Commonwealth

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