Commissioners of the Lieutenancy for the City of London, 1690

Commissions appointing the following persons lieutenants of the City of London:

9 March 1690

Sir John Chapman, Knight, Mayor of London
Sir William Aleyn, Bart.
Sir John Lawrence
Sir William Turner
Sir Robert Clayton
Sir Patience Ward
Sir William Pritchard
Sir Henry Tulse
Sir Robert Jeffery
Sir Henry Pollexfen, Attorney-General
Sir George Treby, Solicitor General
Thomas Pilkington, Esq., Recorder of London
Sir Jonathan Raymond
Sir Thomas Stampe
Sir Samuel Dashwood
Sir Benjamin Thoroughgood
Sir William Ashurst
Christopher Lethieullier, Esq.
Sir Thomas Lane
Sir Humphrey Edwin
Sir John Fleet
Sir Banjamin Newland
Sir Thomas Fowle
Sir John Matthews
Sir Henry Ashurst, Bart.
Sir John Lethieuller
Sir Peter Vandeputt
Sir William Russell
Sir Jeremy Sambrooke
Sir William Hedges
Sir John Mordant, Bart.
Sir Gabriel Roberts
William Love
Thomas Papillon
Joseph Herne
Thomas Frederick
John Birch
William Kiffen
John Gardiner
Charles Chamberlain
Edward Underhill
George Sitwell
Thomas Western
John Jolliffe
Charles Thorold
John Crispe
Richard Onslow
John Smith
Nathaniel Tench
Francis Chamberlain
John Hammond
James Hudson
Thomas Langham
Peter Houblon
John Maurice
James Houblon
Leonard Robinson
William Jarret
John Houblon
Daniel Mercer
Francis Child
Andrew Kenrick
John Flavell
Robert Whittingham
William Warren
John Railey
Francis Gosfright
William Scawen
Michael Godfrey
John Roach
John Johnson
Samuel Powell
Joseph Bowles
John Cox, in the ward of Bridge
Abraham Wessell
Walter Coventry
James Denew
Thomas Cooke, goldsmith
Joseph Scriven
Daniel Allen
Ralph Grange
Robert Raworth
Francis Moore
Thomas Shaw
John Cooke, in the ward of Bassieshaw
William Hawker
James Bodington
Edward Clarke
Henry Hatley
Richard Bristow
Lawrence Dyer
Edward Harrison
Obadiah Sedwick
William Walker
John Adams
Jeremy Whitlock
Richard Peirce
Edmond Bolter

Hardy, William John, ed., Calender of State Papers, Domestic Series, of the Reign of William and Mary, 13th Feb. 1689-April 1690, Preserved in the Public Record Office, Volume 1, (Vaduz: Kraus Reprint Ltd., 1969) First Published London: HMSO, 1895. pp. 501-502.

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

The Emergence of a Ruling Order: English Landed Society, 1650-1750
and:
The Longman Companion to the Stuart Age, 1603-1714
and:
Pleasures and Pastimes in Tudor England
and:
A History of the Modern British Isles, 1603-1707
and:
The Stuart Age: England, 1603-1714

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