2 edition of Memoir of the late Sir John Barnard, knt., alderman, lord mayor. found in the catalog.
Memoir of the late Sir John Barnard, knt., alderman, lord mayor.
|Contributions||Barnard, John, Sir, 1685-1764.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||12 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||12|
The subject of this interesting memoir was born in Jamaica on Xmas Day , the fourteenth child of Major Leonard Vassall of that island, grandson of Col. John Vassall who removed there from Virginia in , and great-grandson of William Vassall, Esq., of Stepney, then of . Apart from what can be gleaned from biographical articles on some of its more prominent members, there seems to be little on this family in visitation pedigrees are all unhelpful, either beginning too late, or evincing confusion in the early generations.  The flaws in the visitation pedigrees have been widely reproduced, including in a pedigree at the Society of Genealogists. .
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BARNARD, Sir JOHN (–), merchant and politician, was born of quaker parents at Reading in When only fifteen he was placed in the counting-house of his father, who was engaged in the London wine trade.
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Memoirs of the late Sir John Barnard, Knight, and Alderman of the City of London. He was a Sheriff of London in and elected Lord Mayor of London for He was elected at the general election as one of the four Members of Parliament (MPs) for the City of London.
He held the seat for nearly 40 years, until the general election. Sir John Barnard of Greenwood (c–), MP for the City of London and Lord Mayor of London married on 5 October Jane (d.
), the younger daughter of John Godschall. His only son was, John Barnard (–), and two daughters, Sarah who married Alderman Sir Thomas Hankey and Jane (d. 28 Jan ) who m. Hon Henry Temple and was the mother of Henry Temple, 2nd.
Investigating Personal Character: Sir John Barnard – A Portrait and A Present for an Apprentice HAROLD PEARCE The most highly influential business book of the twentieth-century was based upon the learning from over years of success literature and was founded upon the principle of the ‘Character Ethic’.
Whilst researching the. John Alderman is the author of Sonic Boom ( avg rating, 39 ratings, 2 reviews, published ), Core Memory ( avg rating, ratings, 10 reviews /5. BARNARD, John (c), of Mincing Lane, London, knt. Clapham, Surr. Published in The History of Parliament: the House of Commonsed.
Knt. John Barnard (c. – 28 August ) was a British Whig politician and Lord Mayor of London. Early life. Barnard was the son of a Quaker merchant from Reading.
Late Lord Mayor of London () Libraries Australia A Letter to the worshipful Sir John Barnard, Knt. one of the representatives in Parliament, and alderman of the city of London, on the act of Parliament for naturalizing the Jews Barnard, John, Sir, [ Book, Microform: ] View online (access conditions) At 3.
Chirk Castle became the property of Lord St. John, of Bletso, whose son in sold it to Sir Thomas Myddelton, knight, Lord Mayor of London, in What follows of this "goodlie Castell" and its worthy possessors is taken principally from an old manuscript preserved at Chirk Castle.
However, according to a report sent to Charles II, he had ‘behaved himself with great honesty and integrity, refusing to side with Sir John Lawrence in some things against his judgment’, and he was given a post at Court in In SeptemberMoore, as the next alderman below the chair, was due to be chosen lord mayor.
This banner text can have markup. web; books; video; Memoir of the late Sir John Barnard software; images; Toggle navigation. Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: Chapters: Lord Mayor of London, Richard Whittington, Thomas Gresham, John Wilkes, List of Lord Mayors of London, John Boydell, Richard Levett, Christopher Packe, John Gresham, Brook Watson, Hugh Wontner, Humphrey Edwin, Robert Tichborne, Sir.
[Nominated: Aldermen Sir T. Pilkington (Lord Mayor) and Sir T. Alleyn, T. Westerne] The nomination of the Lord Mayor, Aldermen Sir T. Alleyn and Sir R. Clayton, and exSheriff Sir J. Lethuillier had been rejected by the Court on October 15 (Rep.
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He was born in Wycomb, son of William Munday. He purchased the manor of Markeaton in as well as Mackworth and Allestree, which are all now parts of Derby from Lord Audley.
The position of Lord Mayor of Leicester is a mainly ceremonial post, being the title of the chairman of the Leicester City Mayor is elected annually by the members of the council. The role of Lord Mayor is in many ways similar to that carried out by the Speaker of the House of Commons.
From the Middle Ages until the title was simply Mayor of Leicester. The family of Atcherley of Marton has been settled in that neighbourhood at least as far back as the reign of Henry VII. Their ancestor, Sir Roger Atcherley, Knt., who was born at Stanwardine, in the parish if Baschurch, within about a mile from Marton, was elected sheriff of Middlesex and London, 21 Sept.
20 Henry VII., and was chosen lord-mayor of London, 18 October,3 Henry VIII. Sir George Barne (died ) was an English businessman in the City of London who was active in developing new trading links with Russia, West Africa and North d a knight inhe served as Sheriff of London and Lord Mayor of was the father of Sir George Barne III and grandfather of Sir William Barne.
Nicholas Culverwell was probably a : about Thomas Winterbottom, Esq. the lord-mayor, died of a fever June 4th ; whose death occasioning a vacancy of alderman for Billingsgate-ward, the inhabitants of that ward to shew their esteem for Sir Peter Warren, who had been presented with the freedom of the city and of the Goldsmiths company, for his gallant behaviour at sea; elected him for.
John Croft, wine-merchant, third son of Stephen Croft,*43 esq. of Stil lington (great-grandson of Sir Christopher Croft, knt., lord mayor of York in and ), by Elizabeth, daughter of Sir Edmund Ander son, bart. of Broughton, co. Linc. Born 28 Feb. Sir George Barne II was the Sheriff of London between –, Lord Mayor of London inAlderman of the London wards Portsoken between – and Coleman Street between –, a chief proponent of trade with Russia, and son of George Barne, a citizen of London and s: George Barne, I, (No Name).
The Knights of England The Knights of England A Complete Record from the Earliest Time to the Present Day of the Knights of all the Orders of Chivalry in England, Scotland, and Ireland, and of Knights Bachelors BY WM. SHAW, LITT.D. Editor of the Calendar of Treasury Papers at H.M.
Record Office ; Author of the History of the English Church. Sir Francis Eyles. Brother of Sir John Eyles (Lord Mayor ) and father of Sir John Eyles (Lord Mayor ) and Sir Joseph Eyles (Alderman, Sheriff ).
Sir John Cass. Founder of the Schools bearing his name at Hackney. One of the chiefs of the High Church Party in the City. Sir. Sir John Lawrence (died 26 January ) was an English merchant who was Lord Mayor of London from to He was therefore Lord Mayor during the period of the Great Plague of London.
Lawrence was a city of London merchant and a member of the Worshipful Company of he was elected an alderman of the City of London for Queenhithe ward. Multipliers Minutes Idajọ biba Keferi kopa ninu Ọdun wọn Christchurch Boys' High School Media Team Bend, Or Real Estate Podcast with Stellar Realty NW Precision Training Anastasia Beverly Hills Soft Glam Palette Review / New Makeup / Redbone & Caramel / TiaraTexas Bull City Wargaming - Warhammer Fantasy, 40K and more.
Sir John Gore (died December ) was an English merchant who was Lord Mayor of London in Gore was a son of Gerard Gore, alderman of the City of London. He was a city of London merchant and a member of the Worshipful Company of Merchant was elected Sheriff of London in but did not take office until On 19 December he was elected an alderman.
"The said Thomas Moundeford married Mary Hill, one of the daus. of Richard Hill, of London, by Elizabeth Lock, the twentieth child of Sir William Lock, the famous citizen Alderman and Lord Maior (a) of London, of whome I think fitt here to insert the storie as I find it wreten by one of his daughters, Rose, married first to Anthony Hickman Children: Matthew Locke, Thomas Locke, Rose Lok, Catherine Locke, Joane (Jane) Meredith.
Sir Gresham Lorimer, in the title-role, is blandly and entirely virtuous, and seems an improbable consort for the broadly farcical Mrs.
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During Duke of Northumberland's attempt to put Lady Jane Grey on the throne, the Lord Mayor, Sir George Barnes, was summoned to Greenwich on 8 Julalong with 6 or 8 Aldermen, 6 Merchant Staplers and 6 Adventurers, the latter of which included 4 members of the Merchant Taylors' Company, including Richard Hilles who was thus a signatory to.
Sir Andrew Judde: Lord Mayor of London,Mayor of the Staple of Calais, Six Times Master of the Skinners' Company, Founder of Tonbridge School, H. Vere-Hodge Tonbridge School Shop, - Great Britain - pages. About Robert Bassett, Sir, Lord Mayor of London "Robert Bassett, Lord mayor of London, " died "between 11 May and 27 July " Robert Bassett was a Member of Parliament for London inan Alderman of London from toSheriff of London inand Lord Mayor of London in Children: Robert Naylor, Sr., Thomas Naylor, Robert Bassett, John Naylor, Joan Culpeper.
Sir William Hewett (also Huett, Hewet, etc.) (?c–) was a prominent merchant of Tudor London, a founding member and later Master of the Worshipful Company of Clothworkers of London as incorporated inand the first of that Company to be Lord Mayor of London, which he became in the first year of the reign of Queen Elizabeth career arched across the first four decades of the.
Radburn, Wiltshire. In Lady Katherine Dormer, late wife of Sir Michael Dormer, Knt., Citizen and alderman of London, and Thomas, John and Ambrose Dormer, sons of Sir Michael Dormer, sold to Alexander Seymer, the younger the manor of Bourton, near Bampton, Oxfordshire, together with lands in Bourton, messuages in Clanveld, Lewe (parish of.
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A New History of London Including Westminster and Southwark. Originally published by R Baldwin, London, No. Mayor Tenure Terms Notes 1: Sir Thomas Potter: – 2: father of Sir John Potter, who was Mayor – 2: William Neil: – 2: 3: James Kershaw. Sir John Bourchier Knt., KG, 1st Lord Berners Sir JOHN BOURCHIER, KG (), 1st Lord (Baron) Berners (E), so cr by writ of summons 26 May ; ktdConstable Windsor Castle ; m Margery (d 18 Dec ), widow of John Ferreby (dsp ) and dau and heir of Sir Richard Berners, of W Horsley, Surrey (see PLYMOUTH, E), and d 16 or.
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