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Sir John Ward, MP, Lord Mayor of London (c.1650 - 1726)

Family and Education b. c.1650, 2nd s. of John Ward of Tanshelf, Yorks. by Elizabeth, da. of Thomas Vincent of Barnbrough, Yorks. m. 17 Apr. 1684, Mary (d. 1726), da. of Sir William Bucknall† of...

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Sir Charles Asgill, 1st Baronet (1713 - 1788)

Sir Charles Asgill, 1st Baronet (17 March 1713 – 15 September 1788), merchant banker, was the third son of Henry Asgill, silkman, of St Clement Danes, Middlesex and was educated at Westminster...

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Sir Stephen Slaney, Lord Mayor of London (1524 - 1608)

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Sir Martin Calthorpe, Lord Mayor of London (c.1520 - 1589)

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Sir William Hooker,Lord Mayor of London (1612 - 1697)

Sir William Hooker was born in 1612, the son of William Hooker of Berkhamstead, Hertfordshire. (From records of Guildhall Public Library) He was married to Lettice Coppinger, daughter of Francis Coppin...

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Sir Ian Frank Bowater, DSO (1904 - 1982)

Lieutenant Colonel Sir Ian Frank Bowater , GBE, DSO, TD (16 December 1904 – 1 October 1982) was Lord Mayor of London from 1969 to 1970, the youngest son of Sir Frank Bowater, 1st Baronet (Lord M...

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Lionel Duckett, Lord Mayor of London (1511 - 1587)

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Marcus Samuel, 1st Viscount Bearsted MP (1853 - 1927)

"Marcus Samuel, 1st Viscount Bearsted JP (5 November 1853 – 17 January 1927), known as Sir Marcus Samuel, Bt between 1903 and 1921 and subsequently as The Lord Bearsted until 1925, was the found...

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Simon Edmonds (deceased)

Lord Mayor of London

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Sir Christopher Packe, Lord Mayor of London (1595 - 1682)

Lord Mayor of London, 1654-5

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Sir Roger Martyn (deceased)

Sir Roger Martin. From Son-in-law of Humphrey Pakington (brother of Robert Pakynton, M.P. for London). His wife's sisters married Sir Lionel Duckett (Lord Mayor 1572–3) and Edward Jakman (Al...

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Sir John Whyte, MP, Lord Mayor of London MP (c.1511 - 1573)

Sir John Whyte, born about 1511 in Farnham, Surrey, England Mayor of London, England 1563-64 A Knight with Coat of Arms, Member of Parliament for London 1563 and 1571, Knighted 1564, died 9 J...

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Sir Thomas Lodge, Lord Mayor of London MP (1509 - 1584)

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Sir William Chester, MP, Lord Mayor of London (c.1509 - 1595)

Family and Education b. c.1509, 2nd s. of John Chester (d.1513), draper of London, by Joan, da. of one Hill, ?wid. of Richard Welles. educ. Peterhouse, Camb. m. (1) Elizabeth (d.1560), da. of Thomas Lo...

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Sir Thomas Offley (c.1510 - 1582)

Lord Mayor of London, 1556 His son Henry married Mary, daughter of Sir John White, alderman (of Aldershot) -------------------- Sir Thomas Offley. One of the earliest pupils of Lily, the Greek ...

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Sir Thomas White, Kt. MP (1492 - 1567)

Sir Thomas White has frequently been confused with a namesake, Sir Thomas White of South Warnborough in Hampshire, who was knighted on the same day, and whose wife's name, Agnes, is not uncommonly inte...

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Sir Rowland Hill, MP, Lord Mayor of London (c.1495 - 1561)

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Sir Richard Gresham, MP, Lord Mayor of London MP (1485 - 1548)

Family and Education b. by 1486, 3rd s. of John Gresham of Holt, Norf. by Alice, da. of Alexander Blyth of Stratton, Norf. m. (1) Audrey (d. 28 Dec. 1522), da. of William Lynne of Southwick, Northant...

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Sir Thomas Baldry, Lord Mayor of London (deceased)

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Sir John (Brydges) BRUGES - alderman of London (deceased)

1510 Mar 19 Bradbury Sir John Brugge (Bruges), Draper Vintry 1510-5. Langbourn 1515-30. Sheriff 1513-4. Mayor 1520-1. Knighted 1521; M.P. London 1509-10; Auditor 1504-6, 1518-21; Master Drapers 1...

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Henry Keble, Lord Mayor of London (c.1449 - 1517)

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Sir Thomas Bradbury (c.1460 - 1510)

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Sir Edward Wright (deceased)

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Sir John Barnard, Lord Mayor of London (c.1684 - c.1764)

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Sir Robert Tate, Lord Mayor of London (c.1440 - c.1488)

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SIR HENRY COLET (1440 - d.)

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Hugh Bryce, Lord Mayor of London, Worshipful Company of Goldsmiths (b. - 1496)

Elizabeth Bryce was the daughter of James Bryce by his wife, Elizabeth Chester (d.1504), and the granddaughter of Sir Hugh Bryce (d. 22 November 1496), Goldsmith , and Lord Mayor of London in 1485 . Sh...

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Sir Richard Gardiner, Mayor of London (c.1439 - 1489)

Sir Richard Gardiner, Knight, (died 19 December 1489) was, in 1478, Lord Mayor of London. He was Alderman of Walbrook Ward, and had been Sheriff of the City of London in 1469. "In his will, Richard Gar...

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Sir John Tate, MP, Lord Mayor of London (c.1442 - 1515)

Family and Education b. by 1444, 2nd s. of Thomas Tate of Coventry, Warws. by one Poers; bro. of Robert. m. Magdalen (Maud), da. of one Harpenden of Wales, 3s. Kntd. 17 June 1497.3 Offices Held War...

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William Taillour (deceased)

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Nicholas Wyfold, Lord Mayor of London MP (deceased)

Nicholas Wyfold was an Alderman of London. He served as Lord Mayor of London in 1450. His daughter Elizabeth Wyfold was the second wife of Sir William Marney, KG, 1st Baron Marney of Leyre-Marney.

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John de Olney (c.1273 - c.1325)

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Lord Nicholas Wootton I MP (1370 - 1446)

Alternate Spellings of Family Name: Wotton Wooton Watton Ooton Wauton de Wotton de Wauton == Medieval & Tudor Kent Wills at Lambeth - Book 21 Page 48 Nicholas WOTTON, Will 4 J...

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Thomas Fauconer, MP, Lord Mayor of London (b. - 1434)

Family and Education s. of John Fauconer. m. by 1411, Philippa, 2da. (1 d.v.p.).2 Offices Held Warden of the Mercers’ Co. 24 June 1398-9, 1405-6, 1411-12, 1417-18, 1423-4.3 Alderman, Colem...

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Sir Robert Chichele, Lord Mayor of London MP (1366 - 1440)

The merchant class of medieval London, 1300-1500 By Sylvia L. Thrupp Pg.330 CHICHELE, ROBERT, grocer, ald. 1402-26. Beaven, II, 2. Son of Thomas Chichele of Higham Ferrers, N'nahts., and brother ...

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Sir Thomas Bennet, Lord Mayor of London (c.1543 - 1627)

From Wikipedia: Jump to: navigation, search Sir Thomas Bennett (died 20 February 1627) was an English merchant who was Lord Mayor of London in 1603. Bennett was a city of London merchant and a memb...

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Sir Thomas Moyle, Knight of Chilham MP (c.1375 - 1435)

Parentage undocumented. Knollys, the name of an English family descended from Sir Thomas Knollys (died 1435), Lord Mayor of London. The first distinguished member of the family was Sir Francis Knolly...

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Adam Bamme (1372 - c.1396)

In the spring and summer of 1383 Philipot carried out the transport arrangements for Bishop Spencer and his crusaders, and sat for London in the October parliament (ib. pp. 88, 95: DEVON, p. 222: Ret...

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Sir Nicholas Twyford, Lord Mayor of London (b. - 1390)

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John Warde (deceased)

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John Pecche, Lord Mayor of London (b. - 1410)

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Sir John Wrothe, Knight (1325 - 1375)

ID: I13992 Name: John Wrothe _AKAN: John Wroth Sex: M Birth: 1325 in Enfield, London, Middlesex, England Death: 1397 in Enfield, London, Middlesex, England Father: John Wrothe b: 1298 Mother: Margare...

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Sir Frank Samuel Alexander, 1st Baronet (1881 - 1959)

Educated at Highgate School, Highgate, London, England Gained the rank of Captain in the service of the 72nd Heavy Artillery Brigade Fought in the First World War, where he was mentioned in despatc...

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Sir Francis Chaplin (deceased)

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Sir John Fleet, Lord Mayor of London (1648 - 1712)

Wikipedia contributors. " John Fleet (Lord Mayor) ." Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia. " FLEET, Sir John (1648-1712), of Allhallows Staining, London, and Battersea, Surr. ", The History of Parliament...

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Sir William Billers, Lord Mayor of London (c.1689 - 1745)

Hogg, Bruce; Freemasons and the Royal Society ed 2 ; Library and Museum of Freemasonry; January 2012; page 10

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Sir Robert Parkhurst, Lord Mayor of London (c.1569 - 1636)

From Wikipedia, April 2014: Sir Robert Parkhurst (c. 1569 – 1636) was an English merchant who was Lord Mayor of London. Parkhurst was the son of Henry Parkhurst and his wife Alice Hills.[1] ...

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Sir James Bateman (1660 - 1718)

" BATEMAN, Sir James (c.1660-1718), of Shobdon Court, nr. Leominster, Herefs. and Soho Square, London ", The History of Parliament: the House of Commons 1690-1715, ed. D. Hayton, E. Cruickshanks, S. Ha...

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George Heathcote (1700 - 1768)

Wikipedia contributors. " George Heathcote ." Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia. Hogg, Bruce; Freemasons and the Royal Society ed 2 ; Library and Museum of Freemasonry; January 2012; page 55

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Sir Gilbert Heathcote, 1st Baronet MP (1653 - 1733)

Family and Education b. 2 Jan. 1652, 1st s. of Gilbert Heathcote of Chesterfield, Derbys. by Anne, da. of George Dickons of Chesterfield. m. 30 May 1682, Hester, da. and h. of Christopher Rayner, Lon...

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Sir Robert Nicholas Fowler, 1st Bt. (1828 - 1891)

Sir Robert Nicholas Fowler, 1st Baronet DL JP (12 September 1828, Tottenham, Middlesex – 22 May 1891 Harley Street, London) was an MP and Lord Mayor of London. He was born the son of Thomas ...

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Sir John Dethick, Lord Mayor of London (b. - 1671)

John Dethick (died 1671) was Lord Mayor of London in 1656 during the Protectorate. He was a member of the Worshipful Company of Mercers, Lord Mayor of London in 1656, and knighted by the Lord Protect...

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Thomas Challis (1794 - 1874)

Wikipedia contributors. " Thomas Challis ." Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia.

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Sir James Whitehead, 1st Baronet DL (1834 - 1917)

Wikipedia contributors. " Sir James Whitehead, 1st Baronet ." Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia.

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Thomas Skinner, Lord Mayor of London (deceased)

Lord Mayor of London 1794

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Sir James Sanderson, 1st Baronet (1741 - 1798)

Wikipedia contributors. " Sir James Sanderson, 1st Baronet ." Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia. " SANDERSON, Sir James (1741-98), of London Bridge and East Hill, nr. Wandsworth, Surr. ", The History ...

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Samuel Birch (1757 - 1841)

Wikipedia contributors. " Samuel Birch (Lord Mayor of London) ." Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia.

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Sir Andrew Lusk, 1st Baronet (1810 - 1909)

No issue to marriage Wikipedia contributors. " Andrew Lusk ." Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia.

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Sir Richard Lee, Lord Mayor of London MP (c.1405 - 1472)

Lord Mayor of London twice, 1460-61 and 1469-70. Alderman 1452-1472. Knighted 1471 (by Edward IV). Richard was Lord Mayor of London and a patron of the church of St. Stephen Walbrook, London, Middles...

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George Swan Nottage (1823 - 1885)

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John Wodecock MP (c.1370 - d.)

John Woodcock, Alderman, Warden, & Mayor of London

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Sir William Gore, Lord Mayor of London (1644 - 1707)

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Sir Richard Saltonstall, Lord Mayor of London MP (1521 - 1601)

The name Saltonstall comes from a hamlet called Saltonstall in the parish of Halifax in Yorkshire, England. The family name goes back to Thomas de Saltonstall under Edward I in 1276. Sir Richard, bor...

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Sir George Bond MP (c.1534 - 1592)

First found in Somerset where they were seated from very early times and were granted lands by Duke William of Normandy, their liege Lord, for their distinguished assistance at the Battle of Hastings i...

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Sir Michael Dormer, Lord Mayor of London MP (b. - 1545)

From Wikipedia: Sir Michael Dormer (d. 20 September 1545) was a wealthy member of the Mercers’ Company, and Lord Mayor of London in 1541. Family Michael Dormer was the son of Geoffrey Dorm...

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Sir John Alleyn of the Mote, Lord Mayor of London MP (1495 - 1545)

notes From Survey of London: volume 15: All Hallows, Barking-by-the-Tower, pt II II.—MUSCOVY COURT. SITE OF MUSCOVY (SIR JOHN ALLEYN'S) HOUSE Muscovy Court, which lay in the north-west ang...

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Sir John Robinson, 1st Baronet (1615 - 1680)

Sir John Robinson, 1st Baronet, of London (10 January 1615 – February 1680) was an English merchant and politician who sat in the House of Commons between 1660 and 1667. He was Lord Mayor of Lon...

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Sir William Craven, Lord Mayor of London MP (c.1548 - 1618)

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Sir George Whitmore, Lord Mayor of London (1654 - d.)

Sir George Whitmore (died 12 December 1654) was an English merchant who was Lord Mayor of London in 1631. He supported the Royalist cause in the English Civil War. Whitmore was the third son of Willi...

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Sir Allen Cotton, Lord Mayor of London (1558 - 1628)

Sir Allan Cotton (died 25 December 1628) was an English merchant who was Lord Mayor of London in 1625. Cotton was a city of London merchant and a member of the Worshipful Company of Drapers. On 9 Jul...

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Micajah Perry, Lord Mayor of London (deceased)

Micajah Perry became Lord Mayer of London in 1728. Hisotry Micaiah (or, as he wrote his name, Micajah) Perry was a merchant residing in St. Mary Axe, in the Ward of Aldgate. He was elected Alderman...

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Bernard Nathaniel Waley-Cohen, Baronet of Honeymead, Lord Mayor of London (1914 - 1991)

Sir Bernard Nathaniel Waley-Cohen, 1st Baronet (29 May 1914–3 July 1991), was a British businessman. He was Lord Mayor of London in 1960. He was educated at Clifton College where he was a member...

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Sir John Hende, Lord Mayor of London (b. - 1418)

Bradwell Hall in 17 Richard II. was possessed by Sir John Hende or Hinde, " a very rich man," Alderman of London, Sheriff 1381, and Lord Mayor 1391 and 1404. His benefactions to Coggeshall Abbey procur...

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Samuel Joseph MP (1888 - 1944)

Sir Samuel George Joseph, 1st Baronet (15 August 1888 – 4 October 1944) was the 615th Lord Mayor of London. Samuel Joseph made a name for himself when in 1908, together with his cousin, Sydn...

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Sir John Browne, Lord Mayor of London MP (c.1435 - 1498)

Lord Mayor of London in 1480, Sir John Browne was ancestor of the Brownes of Walcot. Arms: Azure, a chevron between three escallops, within a bordure engrailed, or [C.B., L.L.D., Ulster King of Arms Si...

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Sir Benjamin Samuel Phillips, Lord Mayor of London, 1865 MP (1811 - 1889)

From H.S. Morais, Eminent Israelites of the Nineteenth Century. Sir Benjamin Samuel Phillips was born at London, England, on January 4th, 1811. He early engaged in commercial pursuits, displaying, at...

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Sir Richard Whittington, MP, Lord Mayor of London MP (c.1354 - 1423)

Richard Whittington (c. 1354–1423) was a medieval merchant and politician, and the real-life inspiration for the pantomime character Dick Whittington. He was four times Lord Mayor of London, a M...

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Sir Edward Dalyngrigge, Lord Mayor of London (c.1346 - c.1395)

Sir Edward- was elected as Lord Mayor of London in 1392.

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Henry Fitz-Ailwin, Lord Mayor of London (1138 - 1212)

Henry Fitz-Ailwin de Londonestone (ca. 1135–1212) was the first Mayor of London (later known as Lord Mayor of London from 1347 and then Lord Mayor of the City of London from 2006). He held offic...

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Sir Humphrey Weld, Lord Mayor of London MP (1546 - 1610)

Thomas Colte owned Arnos Grove Estate until his death in 1584 when it was sold to Humphrey Weld, a Grocer of London, who later became The Lord Mayor of London. He lived at the Estate until his death in...

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Sir David Salomons, 1st Baronet, Lord Mayor of London MP (1797 - 1873)

Sir David Salomons , 1st Baronet (22 November 1797 – 18 July 1873) was a leading figure in the 19th century struggle for Jewish emancipation in the United Kingdom. He was the first Jewish Sherif...

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William Barne, Knight MP (1568 - 1619)

Family and Education b. c.1558, 1st s. of Sir George Barne of Woolwich by Anne, da. of Sir William Garrard† of London. m. Anne, da. of Edwin Sandys, abp. of York, 6s. 1da. suc. fa. 1593. Kntd. 1...

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Sir George Barne, MP, Lord Mayor of London MP (c.1525 - 1592)

Sir George Barne, Lord Mayor in 1586, was the first Merchant Adventurer to Barbary, Russia and Genoa. from Sir George Barne III (c. 1532–1593) was a prominent merchant and public officia...

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Sir George Barne, Lord Mayor of London MP (c.1500 - 1558)

From Sir George Barne II was the Sheriff of London between 1545–1546, Lord Mayor of London in 1552, Alderman of the London wards Portsoken between 1542–1546 and Coleman Street between 1...

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Sir John Mundy, Knt, Lord Mayor of London MP (c.1460 - 1537)

Sir John Mundy was a London goldsmith and Lord Mayor of London. He was born in Wycomb, son of William Munday. He purchased the manor of Markeaton in 1516 as well as Mackworth and Allestree, which are...

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William Browne, Lord Mayor of London in 1507 MP (b. - 1508)

William Browne was Lord Mayor of London in 1507, not to be confused with his cousin who was also Lord Mayor in 1513. He had, by his various wives, three sons, Wm (who dsp in 1525), Anthony and Leonar...

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Sir Edmund Shaa, Knt, Lord Mayor of London (b. - 1488)

Sir Edmund Shaa (born in Mottram in Longdendale, Cheshire, died London 20 April 1488) was a goldsmith, Sheriff of London in 1475 and Lord Mayor of London in 1482. Shaa lent money to Edward IV and, as m...

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Sir William Browne, Lord Mayor of London MP (c.1468 - 1514)

William Browne , of “Flambard’s Hall,” London, mercer, Mayor of London in 1513-14, b. 1468-69 (aged 30 at the inquisition post mortem of his father, taken 8 Feb. 1499) at St. Denis...

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Sir Edward Barkham, Lord Mayor of London (1570 - 1634)

Lord Mayor of London [ )] Sir Edward Barkham (died 15 January 1634) was and English merchant who was Lord Mayor of London in 1621. Barkham was a city of London merchant and a member of the Worshi...

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Sir Richard Hoare, Lord Mayor of London MP (1709 - 1754)

Sir Richard Hoare was born on 2 March 1709.1 He was the son of Henry Hoare and Jane Benson.2 He married Sarah Tully, daughter of James Tully, on 24 April 1732.1 He married Elizabeth Rust, daughter of E...

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Sir Richard Hoare, Lord Mayor of London MP (1648 - 1718)

Sir Richard Hoare (1648–1719) was the founder of C. Hoare & Co, one of the United Kingdom's oldest private banks. Raised near Smithfield Market in London,Richard Hoare began his working life...

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Sir Thomas Adams II, Lord Mayor of London MP (1586 - 1667)

Sir Thomas Adams, 1st Baronet (1586 – 24 February 1667/1668) was the Lord Mayor of the City of London and a Member of Parliament for the City of London from 1654–1655 and 1656-1658 He w...

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Sir Thomas Leigh, Lord Mayor of London MP (c.1509 - 1571)

Sir Thomas Leigh, Lord Mayor of London Born c. 1509 - Stoneleigh, Warwickshire, England Died November 17, 1571 - London, England Resting place Mercer's Chapel - London, England Parents: Roger...

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Thomas Cooke, Lord Mayor of London MP (c.1422 - 1478)

Sir Thomas Cooke was born 1422 Romford, Essex, England and died 1478 in London, Middlesex, England. His parents were Robert Cooke (1392-1423) and Katherine Cooke (1396-1422). In 1453, he married Eliz...

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Isaac Pennington, Lord Mayor of London (1587 - 1661)

Isaac Penington was the eldest son of Robert Penington, a London merchant with estates in East Anglia, and second cousin of John Penington, who became an admiral in Charles I's navy. Penington made his...

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John Spencer, Lord Mayor of London MP (1538 - 1610)

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Sir William Martyn, Lord Mayor of London MP (1465 - 1503)

William Martyn Sir William Martyn of Athelhampton, near Dorchester, Dorset (c. 1446 – 14 January 1503). Sir William Martyn, Lord Mayor of London in 1492, built the current Great Hall of Athe...

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Sir William Cokayne, Lord Mayor of London MP (1561 - 1626)

'Complete peerage of England, Scotland, Ireland, Great Britain and ..., Volume 3 edited by George Edward Cokayne Pg. 163 1. HENRY (CAREY), VISCOUNT ROCHFORD AND BARON HUNSDON, was, on 8 March 15...

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Sir John Philpot, Lord Mayor of London (1330 - 1384)

"Sir John Philpot, Lord Mayor of London, was born about 1330 in Kent, England. He died on 25 May 1384 in London, England. His will was composed in 1381 and enrolled 26 Jul 1389. He was buried on 12...

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Lancelot Bathurst, Lord Mayor of London MP (1529 - 1594)

THE PARISH CHURCH OF ST. MARY,BOTHAW,LONDON,ENGLAND. , LONDON The church of St. Mary, Bothaw, London (also known as St. Mary by the Erber) is where Lancelot Bathurst was buried, it is also the church h...

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