Henry Harding’s shop in Sudbury

Henry Harding was a chemist and druggist who became a Freeman of Sudbury on November 8th, 1823. He purchased the freedom for 30 guineas. Without obtaining the freedom, he would have been forced to pay the Corporation a foreign fine in order to trade in the town.

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

The Hale family

Hale, John, grocer, baker, son of William, dec’d, admitted May 16th, 1848

Hale, John, of 36 Cross Street, cooper, son of John, grocer, admitted May 6th, 1881

Hale, Walter, son of William, silk weaver, admitted May 2nd, 1856

Hale, William, sayscourer, admitted October 15th, 1810, borough only, by servitude

Hale, William, calendar man, son of William, weaver, admitted June 17th, 1818, borough only, by birth

Hale, William, baker, son of William, dec’d, admitted May 16th, 1848

Hale, William, of 74 Keogh Road, Stratford, Essex, druggists assistant, son of John, grocer, admitted August 3rd, 1883

The Harcourt family

Harcourt, Henry, gunmaker, admitted January 4th, 1827, borough and commons, by purchase, 30 guineas

The Harding family

Harding, Henry, chemist and druggist, admitted November 8th, 1823, borough and commons, by purchase, 30 guineas

Harding, James John, chemist, son of Henry, chemist, admitted May 1st, 1857

The Harmer family

Harmer, John Dalton, chemist and druggist, admitted May 20th, 1819, borough and commons, by purchase

The Harrison family

Harrison, Henry, bargeman, son of William, admitted July 8th, 1842

Harrison, John, weaver, admitted July 2nd, 1802, borough and commons, by birth

Harrison, Robert, servant, admitted July 2nd, 1802, borough and commons, by birth

Harrison, Robert, bargeman, son of Robert, bargeman, admitted June 17th, 1818, borough and commons, by birth

Harrison, Robert, weaver, son of Thomas, bargeman, admitted June 10th, 1826, borough and commons, by birth

Harrison, Robert, bargeman, son of Robert, admitted July 30th, 1833, borough and commons, by birth

Harrison, Thomas, bargeman, son of Robert, bargeman, admitted March 4th, 1820, borough and commons, by purchase

Harrison, William, of Bures St. Mary, bargeman, admitted July 3rd, 1802, borough and commons, by birth

Harrison, William, bargeman, son of Robert, bargeman, admitted June 18th, 1818, borough and commons, by birth

Harrison, William, weaver, son of Thomas, bargeman, dec’d, admitted June 10th, 1826, borough and commons, by birth

Harrison, William, bargeman, son of William, admitted July 29th, 1839

The Hart family

Hart, John, tailor, admitted October 11th, 1813, borough and commons, by purchase

Hart, William Davis, tailor, apprentice to John Hart, admitted July 29th, 1839

The Hasell family

Hasell, Charles, tailor, apprentice to Joseph Pemberton, admitted July 7th, 1841

Hasell, Henry, tailor, apprentice to Henry Hassell, admitted July 29th, 1840

Hasell, James, labourer, admitted October 28th, 1806, borough only, by birth

Hasell, James, weaver, son of Henry, admitted July 29th, 1840

Hasell, Samuel, junior, of Kelmarsh, Northamptonshire, admitted July 3rd, 1802, borough only, by birth

The Hawkins family

Hawkins, William, timber merchant, admitted March 26th, 1823, borough and commons, by purchase, 30 guineas

The Hayward family

Hayward, George, of Braintree, victualler, admitted July 2nd, 1802, borough and commons, by birth

Hayward, Thomas, wheelwright, admitted February 26th, 1803, borough and commons, by purchase

Hayward, Thomas, of Bures Hamlet, wheelwright, son of Thomas, wheelwright, dec’d, admitted June 12th, 1826, borough and commons, by birth

Hayward, William, gentleman, admitted July 2nd, 1802, borough and commons, by birth

Hayward, William, glover, apprentice to Edward Pack, glover, dec’d, admitted July 30th, 1833

The Hearn family

Hearn, Daniel, a Private in the East Suffolk Militia, son of John, admitted October 3rd, 1812, borough and commons, by birth

Hearn, Joseph, weaver, admitted July 3rd, 1802, borough and commons, by birth

Hearn, Joseph, weaver, son of Joseph, weaver, admitted May 29th, 1843

Hearn, William, a Private in the West Essex Militia, admitted October 27th, 1806, borough and commons, by birth

Hearn, William, junior, of London, servant, son of William, admitted October 3rd, 1812, borough and commons, by birth

The Hempstead family

Hempstead, Henry, of Mill Lane, labourer, son of William, dec’d, admitted May 7th, 1858

Hempstead, John, labourer, son of Richard, dec’d, labourer, admitted August 7th, 1857

Hempstead, Samuel, labourer, son of Richard, dec’d, labourer, admitted August 7th, 1857

Hempstead, Samuel, labourer, son of William, dec’d, fishmonger, admitted November 9th, 1857

Hempstead, William, labourer, son of William, admitted May 17th, 1841

Hempstead, William, labourer, son of Richard, admitted May 16th, 1848

The Hempsted family

Hempsted, George, labourer, son of William, fisherman, admitted May 26th, 1857

Hempsted, Richard, labourer, son of Samuel, labourer, admitted June 17th, 1818, borough only, by birth

Hempsted, Samuel, son of William, labourer, admitted June 17th, 1818, borough only, by birth

Hempsted, William, labourer, son of William, labourer, admitted June 17th, 1818, borough only, by birth

The Herbert family

Herbert, Alfred, of 201 Regent Street, London, gentleman’s servant, son of Golding, silk foreman, admitted August 3rd, 1888

Herbert, Ennals, butcher, son of Joseph, manufacturer, admitted June 12th, 1826, borough only, by birth

Herbert, Golding, perukemaker, son of Golding, silkweaver, admitted June 17th, 1818, borough and commons, by birth

Herbert, Golding, weaver, admitted July 11th, 1836, borough only, by birth

Herbert, Golding, carpenter, son of Golding, Town Sergeant, admitted July 8th, 1842

Herbert, Golding James, of 6 Stour Street, cabinet maker, son of Joseph, butcher, admitted August 6th, 1880

Herbert, Harry, of 44 Millotow Street, Bethnal Green Road, London E, engineer, son of Golding, carpenter, dec’d, admitted August 5th, 1887

Herbert, Harry William Thomas Lingard Green, of East Street, cabinet maker, son of Joseph, pork butcher, dec’d, admitted August 4th, 1893

Herbert, James, weaver, admitted July 2nd, 1802, borough and commons, by birth

Herbert, James, weaver, admitted October 28th, 1806, borough and commons, by birth

Herbert, James, stonemason, son of James, weaver, admitted July 28th, 1834, borough and commons, by birth

Herbert, James, silkweaver, son of Golding, pork butcher, admitted May 1st, 1857

Herbert, James, of East Street, shoemaker, son of Golding, silkweaver, admitted August 1st, 1884

Herbert, Joseph, manufacturer, son of Joseph, admitted June 12th, 1826, borough only, by birth

Herbert, Joseph, butcher, son of Golding, hairdresser, admitted June 3rd, 1846

Herbert, James, weaver, admitted October 28th, 1806, borough and commons, by birth

Herbert, Samuel, weaver, admitted July 2nd, 1802, borough and commons, by birth

Herbert, Thomas Henry, of 10 Chetwynd Road, Dartmouth Park, Highgate, London, joiner, grandson of Golding Herbert, cowkeeper, dec’d, admitted August 4th, 1882

Herbert, William, son of William, admitted June 17th, 1818, borough and commons, by birth

Herbert, William, weaver, admitted July 11th, 1836, borough only, by birth

Herbert, William, shoemaker, son of James, admitted July 29th, 1839

Herbert, William, cordwainer, admitted May 6th, 1864

Herbert, William Edmund, of 30 Melford Road, tobacconist, son of William, dairyman, admitted May 2nd, 1899

Herbert, William Henry, carrier, son of Golding, admitted May 16th, 1848

The Hibble family

Hibble, Charles, of London, counting house clerk, son of Joseph, weaver, admitted June 12th, 1826, borough only, by birth

Hibble, Charles, labourer, son of William, admitted May 14th, 1852

Hibble, Daniel, silkweaver, son of William, dec’d, admitted July 28th, 1834

Hibble, Isaac, servant, admitted July 2nd, 1802, borough only, by birth

Hibble, Isaac, dealer, son of John, dec’d, hawker, admitted May 26th, 1857

Hibble, John, of Deptford, Kent, cordwainer, admitted July 3rd, 1802, borough only, by birth

Hibble, John, labourer, son of John, weaver, admitted June 18th, 1818, borough only, by birth

Hibble, John, weaver, son of William, admitted July 30th, 1842

Hibble, John, labourer, son of John, admitted May 14th, 1852

Hibble, Thomas, of Bethnal Green, London, weaver, admitted July 3rd, 1802, borough only, by birth

Hibble, Thomas, servant, admitted October 28th, 1806, borough only, by birth

Hibble, William, a Private in the East Essex Militia, admitted October 28th, 1806, borough only, by birth

Hibble, William, labourer, son of William, late Private in the East Essex Militia, admitted July 29th, 1829, borough only, by birth

Hibble, William, jun., weaver, admitted July 2nd, 1802, borough only, by servitude

The Higham family

Higham, Stephen, late of the said Borough and now of Bures Hamlet, Essex, cordwainer, admitted October 28th, 1806, borough only, by servitude

The Hinds family

Hinds, James, weaver, admitted October 28th, 1806, borough only, by birth

The Hines family

Hines, James, silkweaver, son of James, silkweaver, admitted May 26th, 1857

Hines, John, victualler, admitted October 10th, 1825, borough and commons, by purchase, 30 guineas

Hines, John, silkweaver, son of James, silkweaver, admitted May 26th, 1857

Hines, John Henry, of 18 School Street, shoemaker, son of John, silkweaver, dec’d, admitted January 1st, 1881

Hines, William, groom, son of James, admitted July 8th, 1842

The Hitchcock family

Hitchcock, George, cooper, son of John, innkeeper, Capital Burgess, admitted April 7th, 1828, borough and commons, by birth

Hitchcock, John, victualler, admitted May 23rd, 1805, borough and commons, by purchase

Hitchcock, John, tailor, apprentice to George William Fulcher, admitted June 10th, 1826, borough only, by servitude

The Hodson family

Hodson, Samuel, a Private in the West Essex Militia, admitted October 27th, 1806, borough only, by birth

Hodson, William, son of Matthias, admitted June 17th, 1818, borough only, by birth

The Holman family

Holman, Samuel, draper, admitted July 2nd, 1802, borough and commons, by birth

The Holmes family

Holmes, James, carpenter, admitted May 27th, 1802, borough only, by servitude

Holmes, Michael, cabinet maker, son of James, carpenter, dec’d, admitted June 10th, 1826, borough only, by birth

The Howe family

Howe, George, silkweaver, son of James, silkweaver, admitted April 7th, 1828, borough and commons, by birth

The Hubbard family

Hubbard, Robert, cabinet maker, admitted October 27th, 1806, borough and commons, by birth

The Humphry family

Humphry, George Murray, admitted June 16th, 1893, Honorary Freeman

Humphry, William Wood, gentleman, son of Joseph, gentleman, admitted October 11th, 1824, borough and commons, by birth