The photograph of the White Horse, North Street, Sudbury was taken in March 2019. It was once the home of a Sudbury freeman, John Clark, who was one of the finest judges of wines and spirits in the county.

Admissions to the Freedom of the Borough of Sudbury in the 19th century

The Campin family 

Campin, Benjamin, silkweaver, admitted 29th July 1837 by birth, borough only  

Campin, James, weaver, admitted 2nd July 1802 by birth, borough only    

Campin, James, weaver, son of  James, weaver, admitted 28th July 1830 by birth, borough only      

Campin, Robert, weaver, admitted 28th October 1806 by birth, borough only      

Campin, Walter, shoemaker, of Acton Green, admitted 5th May 1871

The Carter family

Carter, John, victualler, admitted 31st January 1800, borough and commons by purchase

Carter, Robert, victualler, admitted 6th September 1802, borough and commons by purchase

The Catlin family

Catlin, John, woolstapler, admitted 26th May 1808, borough and commons by purchase

The Chrisp family

Chrisp, Samuel, the younger, weaver, admitted 3rd July 1802, borough only, by birth

Chrisp, Thomas, a Private in the East Essex Militia, admitted 28th October 1806

Chrisp, John, of 19 Marrianne Terrace, Bethnal Green, London, foreman, Great Eastern Railway, son of Samuel, coal carter, admitted August 5th, 1881

The Clark family

Clark, John, victualler, admitted 20th May 1818, borough and commons by purchase

Clark, John of Bury St. Edmunds, fishmonger, admitted 8th Match 1832, borough and commons by purchase, 30 guineas

The Cleare family

Cleare, Charles, of Burkitts Lane, postman, son of John, cordwainer, admitted August 5th, 1859

Cleare, Charles, of 5 Cross Street, cowkeeper, admitted August 6th, 1872

Cleare, George, of Burkitts Lane, postman, son of James, postman, admitted August 5th, 1859

Cleare, George Pritchard, of Burkitts Lane, labourer, son of John, shoemaker, admitted August 5th, 1859

Cleare, Henry, of 32 New Road, Wandsworth Road, Clapham, London, cabman, son of James, late of this Borough, admitted August 7th, 1885

Cleare, James, of 36 White Lion Street, Norton Polgate, London, cabman, son of James, late of this Borough, admitted August 7th, 1885

Cleare, James, ostler, son of Elias, banker’s clerk, dec’d, admitted June 17th, 1818, borough and commons, by birth

Cleare, John, cordwainer, son of Elias, banker’s clerk, dec’d, admitted June 17th, 1818, borough and commons, by birth

Cleare, John, of Railway Terrace, postman, son of John, cordwainer, admitted August 5th, 1859

Cleare, John Herbert, of Ebenezer Cottage, Station Road, schoolmaster, son of John, postman, admitted January 1st, 1884

Cleare, William, of Romford, Essex, cordwainer, son of Elias, admitted June 17th, 1818, borough and commons, by birth

The Clift family

Clift, Abraham, currier, apprentice to George William Lawrence, currier, admitted July 28th, 1834, borough only, by servitude

Clift, Charles, of Plough Lane, labourer, son of Abraham, dec’d, currier, admitted April 14th, 1859

The Coker family

Coker, William, of Boxford, cordwainer, admitted July 2nd, 1802, borough only, by servitude

Coker, William, of Boxford, cordwainer, son of William, admitted June 18th, 1818, borough only, by birth

The Cole family

Cole, Robert, pawnbroker, admitted March 14th, 1823, borough and commons, by purchase, 30 guineas

The Collins family

Collins, Joseph, manufacturer, admitted May 28th, 1800, borough and commons, by purchase

Collins, Samuel, lath render/river, admitted October 16th, 1809, borough only, by servitude

The Collis family

Collis, Charles, tailor, son of William, butcher, admitted July 28th, 1830, borough and commons, by birth

Collis, Edward, of Great Baddow, butcher, son of William, Capital Burgess, admitted June 12th, 1826, borough and commons, by birth

Collis, Joseph, of Stowmarket, butcher, son of William, Capital Burgess, admitted June 12th, 1826, borough and commons, by birth

Collis, Samuel, butcher, son of William, butcher, Capital Burgess, admitted July 31st, 1832, borough and commons, by birth

Collis, Thomas, singleman, son of William, butcher, admitted June 17th, 1818, borough and commons, by birth

Collis, Walter, of Stowmarket, butcher, son of William, Capital Burgess, admitted April 28th, 1831, borough and commons, by birth

The Colt family

Colt, William, victualler, admitted October 14th, 1805, borough and commons, by purchase

The Cook family

Cook, Abraham, labourer, son of William, weaver, admitted June 18th, 1818, borough only, by birth

Cook, Charles, silkweaver, son of William, dec’d, silkweaver, admitted May 1st, 1857

Cook, George, hatter, admitted May 27th, 1813, by purchase, borough and commons, 15 guineas

Cook, George, baker, apprentice to Humphry Jones, baker, admitted April 28th, 1831, borough only, by servitude

Cook, Harry, of 12 Inkerman Row, postman, son of William, weaver, admitted August 5th, 1887

Cook, James, victualler, admitted June 18th, 1802, borough and commons, by purchase

Cook, James Arthur, of Inkerman Row, postman, son of William, silk weaver, admitted August 4th, 1893

Cook, Joseph, labourer, son of William, weaver, admitted June 18th, 1818, borough only, by birth

Cook, Joseph, cordwainer, apprentice to Thomas Ward, admitted July 29th, 1839

Cook, Joseph, weaver, son of Thomas, admitted July 29th, 1840

Cook, Thomas, weaver, admitted July 2nd, 1802, borough only, by birth

Cook, Thomas, of London, chemist manufacturer, son of Thomas, weaver, admitted April 7th, 1828, borough only, by birth

Cook, William, a Sergeant in the West Essex Militia, admitted October 27th, 1806, borough only, by birth

Cook, William, cordwainer, son of William, weaver, admitted June 10th, 1826, borough only, by birth

Cook, William, attorney at law, admitted November 9th, 1829, borough and commons, by purchase, 30 guineas

Cook, William, coal porter, son of Abraham Cook, admitted July 29th, 1839

Cook, William, silkweaver, son of William, dec’d, silkweaver, admitted May 1st, 1857

The Cooper family

Cooper, Samuel, butcher, admitted June 8th, 1810, borough and commons, by purchase

The Coote family

Coote, Charles, of 29 Mill Lane, labourer, son of James, shoemaker, dec’d, admitted May 5th, 1882

Coote, George, of 85 Cross Street, greengrocer, son of William, greengrocer, admitted August 4th, 1893

Coote, James, of Bulmer, cordwainer, apprentice to Baker Goody, cordwainer, admitted July 28th, 1830, borough only, by servitude

Coote, Mark, of Cross Street, labourer, son of James of Cross Street, shoemaker, admitted May 6th, 1859

Coote, William, of Cross Street, green grocer, admitted May 7th, 1869

The Crane family

Crane, Benjamin, coachmaker, admitted September 3rd, 1827, borough and commons, by purchase, 30 guineas

The Crisp family

Crisp, James, labourer, son of John, weaver, admitted May 16th, 1848

Crisp, John, weaver, son of John, admitted October 2nd, 1812, borough only, by birth

Crisp, Samuel, sawyer, son of John, silkweaver, admitted March 4th, 1820

Crisp, Samuel, silkweaver, son of Samuel, silkweaver, admitted April 7th, 1828, borough only, by birth

Crisp, Samuel, labourer, admitted July 25th, 1836, borough only, by birth

Crisp, William, weaver, son of John Crisp, admitted July 12th, 1839

The Crosby family

Crosby, Charles, hostler, son of John, servant, admitted May 26th, 1857

Crosby, George, labourer, son of John, dec’d, admitted July 28th, 1841

Crosby, John, servant, son of John, post lad, admitted June 17th, 1818, borough only, by birth

Crosby, John, baker, son of John, dec’d, servant, admitted May 29th, 1843

Crosby, Samuel, silkweaver, son of John, post lad, admitted April 7th, 1828, borough only, by birth

The Cross family

Cross, Frederick Giles, of Sepulchre Street, rate collector’s clerk, admitted May 3rd, 1867

Cross, Frederick Richards Seagrave, of Stour Street, cocoa fibre manufacturer, son of Frederick Giles, borough surveyor, admitted June 18th, 1897

Cross, Nathaniel, baker, apprentice to William Cross, baker, admitted July 30th, 1833, borough only, by servitude

Cross, Nicholas, baker, apprentice to William Cross, baker, admitted April 7th, 1828, borough only, by servitude

Cross, Peter Richard, of Ballingdon, baker, son of William, baker, admitted July 28th, 1834, borough and commons, by birth

Cross, Richard Franklin, cocoa mat manufacturer, admitted May 6th, 1870

Cross, William, baker, admitted January 2nd, 1811, borough and commons, by purchase

Cross, William, brazier, admitted January 12th, 1827, borough and commons, by purchase, 30 guineas

Cross, William Harvey, coachman, son of William, baker, admitted July 28th, 1834, borough and commons, by birth