Samuel Scott’s Cottage, Gregory Street, Sudbury

When Mr. Samuel Scott, freeman of Sudbury, died in November 1890 at the age of 81, he was the fourth generation of ‘Samuel Scotts’ who had been sextons and grave diggers at St. Gregory’s Church, Sudbury.  He lived in a house on the south-west side of the churchyard at 24 Gregory Street.

(Photograph from the Historic photo archive for Sudbury)

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

The Scarlin family

Scarlin, James, junior, of Foxearth, gentleman, admitted July 3rd, 1802, borough and commons, by birth

The Scofield family

Schofield, Joseph, of London, brazier, apprentice to William Shave, brazier, admitted June 12th, 1826

Schofield, William, cordwainer, apprentice to Stephen Spurgin, cabinet maker, admitted March 4th, 1820, borough only, by servitude

The Scott family

Scott, Benjamin, of London, servant, son of Edward, weaver, admitted June 10th, 1826, borough only, by birth

Scott, Daniel Whitlock, of Colchester, cooper, son of Daniel Whitlock, silkweaver, admitted June 18th, 1818, borough only, by birth (Died December 19th, 1848: Mr. Daniel Whitlock Scott of Middleborough, Colchester, wine cooper, aged 53, 22 years clerk at St. Peter’s Church.)

Scott, Edward Clarke, of 13 Peps Street, Harwich, railway porter, son of Samuel, retired police constable, admitted August 3rd, 1897

Scott, Henry William, of Dovercourt, railway porter, son of Samuel, railway servant, admitted August 5th, 1892

Scott, James, weaver, son of Daniel Whitlock, weaver, admitted October 3rd, 1812, borough only, by birth, and commons, by purchase, on May 28th, 1813

Scott, James, weaver, son of Edward, weaver, admitted June 10th, 1826, borough only, by birth

Scott, James Henry, silkweaver, son of James, silkweaver, admitted July 28th, 1834, borough and commons, by birth

Scott, James Henry, of Gregory Street, Sudbury, silkweaver, son of James Henry, silkweaver, deceased, admitted August 5th, 1859

Scott, James William, of Ipswich, engine driver, son of Samuel, railway servant, admitted August 4th, 1893

Scott, John, of Bethnal Green Road, silkdresser, son of Samuel, sexton, admitted April 7th, 1828, borough only, by birth

Scott, John, silkweaver, son of Samuel, admitted July 25th, 1835, borough and commons, by birth

Scott, Joseph, attorneys clerk, son of Daniel Whitlock, silkweaver, admitted June 10th, 1826, borough only, by birth

Scott, Joseph Martin, silkweaver, son of James, silkweaver, deceased, admitted May 26th, 1857

Scott, Samuel, junior, son of Samuel, admitted October 2nd, 1812, borough only, by birth

Scott, Samuel, junior, weaver, son of Samuel, senior, silkweaver and sexton, admitted July 28th, 1830, borough only, by birth

Scott, Samuel, silkweaver, son of Samuel, silkweaver, admitted May 26th, 1857

Scott, Samuel George, of 36 Friars Street, Sudbury, painter, son of Samuel, railway servant, admitted August 5th, 1887

Scott, Seth, silkweaver, son of Samuel, silkweaver, admitted June 18th, 1818, borough and commons, by birth

Scott, Stephen, silkweaver, son of Daniel Whitlock, silkweaver, admitted June 10th, 1826, borough only, by birth

Scott, Stephen, of Church Street, Sudbury, silkweaver, admitted July 29th, 1837, borough only, by birth

Scott, William, junior, Drummer in the East Suffolk Militia, son of William, admitted October 3rd, 1812, borough only, by birth

Scott, William, of Gregory Street, Sudbury, silkweaver, son of Samuel, admitted July 28th, 1838

The Seagrave family

Seagrave, Stephen, of Colchester, tailor, apprentice to Charles Leeks, tailor, admitted April 7th, 1826, borough only, by servitude

The Shave family

Shave, Jehu, of London, wine merchant, son of John, innholder, admitted June 12th, 1826, borough and commons, by birth

Shave, William, brazier and tin plate worker, admitted July 5th, 1809, borough only, by servitude

The Sheldrake family

Sheldrake, Edmund, silkweaver, admitted August 25th, 1837, borough only, by birth

Sheldrake, Edward George, of Cross Street, Sudbury, man servant, son of George Josiah, butcher, admitted August 5th, 1887

Sheldrake, George, of Wigan End, St. Peter’s, Sudbury, butcher, son of Edward, deceased, admitted February 17th, 1843

Sheldrake, George Samuel, of 25 Oak Village, Kentish Town, London, warehouseman, grandson of Edmund, silkweaver, deceased, admitted August 3rd, 1888

Sheldrake, Harry Samuel, of Great Cornard, cabinet maker, son of George Josiah, butcher, deceased, admitted May 5th, 1882

Sheldrake, Samuel, of Wigan End, St. Peter’s, Sudbury, butcher, son of Edmund, admitted July 29th, 1839

Sheldrake, Simon, labourer, son of John, labourer, admitted June 10th, 1826, borough only, by birth

The Sheldrick family

Sheldrick, Edmund, butcher, son of John, weaver, admitted October 2nd, 1812, borough only, by birth

The Shelley family: for more on the Shelley family at Sudbury see alan shelley.org

Shelley, Alfred, son of James, blacksmith, Wigan End, St. Peter’s, Sudbury, admitted May 2nd, 1856

Shelley, Aylmer, of East Street, Sudbury, blacksmith, son of Charles Thomas, blacksmith, deceased, admitted August 3rd, 1888

Shelley, Benjamin, of 31 Hill Street, Berkeley Square, London, footman, son of Charles Thomas, blacksmith, deceased, admitted June 12th, 1891

Shelley, Charles Thomas, son of James, blacksmith, Wigan End, St. Peter’s, Sudbury, admitted May 2nd, 1856

Shelley, Charles George, of East Street, Sudbury, blacksmith, son of Charles Thomas, late of East Street, blacksmith, deceased, admitted August 6th, 1886

Shelley, George Alexander, of Long Melford, footman, son of Charles Thomas, blacksmith, deceased, admitted May 1st, 1885

Shelley, Henry, of Girton Terrace, Prince Street, Sudbury, carman, son of Charles Thomas, late of East Street, blacksmith, deceased, admitted August 6th, 1886

Shelley, James, blacksmith, son of Samuel, blacksmith, admitted June 17th, 1818, borough and commons, by birth

Shelley, James, blacksmith, son of James, blacksmith, deceased, admitted August 7th, 1857

Shelley, James, of East Street, blacksmith, son of Charles, blacksmith, deceased, admitted August 5th, 1892

Shelley, Samuel, blacksmith, son of Samuel, blacksmith, admitted June 17th, 1818, borough and commons, by birth

Shelley, William, of 10 North Street, Sudbury, billiard marker, son of Charles Shelley, the elder, blacksmith, admitted May 6th, 1881

The Shelly family

Shelly, Aylmer, blacksmith, son of James, blacksmith, admitted May 26th, 1857

Shelly, Robert, blacksmith, son of Samuel, blacksmith, admitted June 10th, 1826, borough and commons, by birth

Shelly, Samuel, of Waterside, Sudbury, whitesmith, son of Samuel, admitted July 29th, 1839

The Shrieve family

Shrieve, James, gardener, son of William Ann, labourer, admitted March 4th, 1820, borough and commons, by birth

The Siggers family

Siggers, Allen, cordwainer, apprentice to William Jones, cordwainer, admitted July 25th, 1835, borough only, by servitude

The Sikes family

Sikes, John, wine merchant, admitted January 4th, 1827, borough and commons, by purchase, 30 guineas

The Sillitoe family

Sillitoe, Ambrose, sayscourer, apprentice to Thomas Sillitoe, admitted June 10th, 1826, borough only, by servitude

Sillitoe, Ambrose, of 10 Church Row, Sudbury, weaver, son of Ambrose, innkeeper, deceased, admitted May 4th, 1888

Sillitoe, Andrew, carpenter, son of James, carpenter, deceased, admitted June 12th, 1826, borough only, by birth

Sillitoe, Charles, cordwainer, son of John, weaver, admitted October 2nd, 1812, borough only, by birth

Sillitoe, Charles, cordwainer, son of John, weaver, admitted March 4th, 1820, borough only, by birth

Sillitoe, Charles, of London, carpenter, son of Joseph, carpenter, deceased, admitted June 12th, 1826, borough only, by birth

Sillitoe, Charles, cordwainer, son of William, carpenter, admitted May 26th, 1857

Sillitoe, Charles, carpenter, son of Andrew, carpenter, deceased, admitted August 7th, 1857

Sillitoe, Charles, of East Street, musician, son of Thomas, shoemaker, admitted August 5th, 1892

Sillitoe, Charles, of Brundon Hall Cottages, Sudbury, shop assistant, son of William, silkweaver, deceased, admitted August 2nd, 1889

Sillitoe, Charles, of 11 Selby Grove, East Ham, London, son of Charles, carpenter, admitted August 5th, 1887

Sillitoe, Charles Frederick, carpenter, son of James, carpenter, deceased, admitted May 26th, 1857

Sillitoe, Francis, carpenter, son of William, carpenter, admitted July 28th, 1830, borough only, by birth

Sillitoe, Frank James, of 77 Margaret Street, Farringdon Road, London WC, merchant’s clerk, son of Charles, carpenter, admitted August 1st, 1884

Sillitoe, Frederick, of Friars Street, Sudbury, confectioner, son of Francis, confectioner, deceased, admitted November 9th, 1857

Sillitoe, Fred, of 90 East Street, printer, son of Thomas, bootmaker, admitted August 7th, 1900

Sillitoe, George, carpenter, son of James, admitted July 28th, 1841

Sillitoe, George, ostler, son of Thomas, deceased, admitted May 16th, 1848

Sillitoe, George, of North Street, Sudbury, carpenter, son of Andrew, carpenter, deceased, admitted August 6th, 1858

Sillitoe, George, of Mill Lane, Sudbury, matweaver, son of James, butcher, admitted August 5th, 1892

Sillitoe, Henry, of 48 Norah Street, Bethnal Green Road, London E, warehouseman, son of Charles, of 77 Margaret Street, Clerkenwell, carpenter, admitted August 6th, 1886

Sillitoe, Hezekiah, weaver, son of Jonathan, deceased, admitted July 10th, 1848

Sillitoe, James, carpenter, son of William, carpenter, admitted July 28th, 1830, borough only, by birth

Sillitoe, James, carpenter, son of James, deceased, admitted July 22nd, 1833, borough only, by birth

Sillitoe, James, of Friars Street, Sudbury, carpenter, son of James, admitted July 29th, 1839

Sillitoe, James, of the Tenterfield, Sudbury, butcher, son of Ambrose, brewer, admitted May 6th, 1859

Sillitoe, James, of Inkerman Row, Sudbury, miller, son of William, carpenter, deceased, admitted May 6th, 1887

Sillitoe, James Alfred, of 37 New Street, Sudbury, cabinet maker, son of Thomas, innkeeper, deceased, admitted August 5th, 1892

Sillitoe, John, of London, carpenter, son of James, carpenter, deceased, admitted June 12th, 1826, borough only, by birth

Sillitoe, Jonathan, carpenter, son of John, weaver, admitted March 4th, 1820, borough only, by birth

Sillitoe, Jonathan, cordwainer, son of James, carpenter, deceased, admitted July 31st, 1832

Sillitoe, Robert, carpenter, son of James, carpenter, deceased, admitted June 12th, 1826, borough only, by birth

Sillitoe, Robert Andrew, of North Street, Sudbury, weaver, son of Andrew, carpenter, admitted May 29th, 1843

Sillitoe, Stephen Andrew, baker, son of Francis, confectioner, late of Friars Street, deceased, admitted May 4th, 1866

Sillitoe, Thomas, calendar-man, admitted July 2nd, 1802, borough only, by birth

Sillitoe, Thomas, carpenter, son of James, carpenter, deceased, admitted June 12th, 1826, borough only, by birth

Sillitoe, Thomas, labourer, son of Thomas, admitted May 17th, 1841

Sillitoe, Thomas, son of Charles, admitted May 2nd, 1856

Sillitoe, Thomas, of the Prince of Wales Inn, New Street, Sudbury, brewer, son of Thomas, sayscourer, admitted November 9th, 1857

Sillitoe, Thomas, of Back Lane, Sudbury, plumber and glazier, son of William, carpenter, deceased, late of Church Street, Sudbury

Sillitoe, Thomas John, of 34 Westmoreland Street, London, painter, son of Thomas, innkeeper, admitted August 4th, 1882

Sillitoe, Walter, of Friars Street, Sudbury, stone mason, son of James, carpenter, admitted November 9th, 1857

Sillitoe, Walter, of Friars Street, Sudbury, carpenter, son of James, carpenter, deceased, admitted August 6th, 1858

Sillitoe, Walter, of 2 Oulton Street, Battersea, chamberlain, son of Charles, shoemaker, admitted August 3rd, 1888

Sillitoe, William, carpenter, son of William, cabinet maker, admitted June 18th, 1818, borough only, by birth

Sillitoe, William, stone mason, son of John, weaver, admitted March 4th, 1820, borough only, by birth

Sillitoe, William, of London, carpenter, son of James, carpenter, deceased, admitted June 12th, 1826, borough only, by birth

Sillitoe, William, carpenter, son of John, admitted July 29th, 1840

Sillitoe, William, plumber, son of William, admitted May 17th, 1841

Sillitoe, William, brewer, son of Andrew, carpenter, admitted May 26th, 1857

Sillitoe, William, brewer, son of Ambrose, brewer, admitted May 26th, 1857

The Simkin family

Simkin, John, brazier, son of Samuel, senior, hairdresser, admitted July 28th, 1830, borough and commons, by birth

Simkin, Samuel, junior, apprentice to Samuel Simkin, perukemaker, admitted October 2nd, 1812, borough only, by servitude

Simkin, Samuel William, of 18 Market Hill, Sudbury, hairdresser, son of William, hairdresser, admitted May 6th, 1864

Simkin, Sparks, hardwareman and haberdasher, son of Samuel, hair dresser, admitted March 4th, 1820, borough and commons, by birth

Simkin, William,of the Market Hill, Sudbury, hairdresser, son of Samuel, senior, hairdresser, admitted July 28th, 1830, borough and commons, by birth

Simkin, William Samuel, hardwareman, son of Sparks, hardwareman, admitted May 26th, 1857

Simkin, William Samuel, junior, of North Street, Sudbury, compositer, admitted May 3rd, 1872

Simkin, William Sparks James, of 36 Church Terrace, Bury St. Edmunds, printer, son of William Samuel, hardwareman, admitted May 7th, 1886

Simkin, James Scott, of North Street, Sudbury, printer, son of William Samuel, shopkeeper, admitted August 3rd, 1883

The Simmonds family

Simmonds, George, crape-maker, admitted January 31st, 1800, borough and commons, by purchase

The Smith family

Smith, Abram William, of 32 Church Street, Sudbury, bootmaker, son of William, weaver, deceased, admitted August 3rd, 1883

Smith, Abraham, of Gregory Street, Sudbury, weaver, son of William, weaver, admitted July 29th, 1840

Smith, Alfred, of North Street, Sudbury, shoemaker, son of John, shoemaker, admitted May 2nd, 1856

Smith, Alfred, of 1 Park Place, Waldingfield Road, postman, son of Alfred, bootmaker, admitted June 18th, 1897

Smith, Angelo Newman, of 7 New Street, Sudbury, watchmaker, son of Henry, bootmaker, admitted August 5th, 1881

Smith, Arthur Henry, of 7 New Street, bootmaker, son of Henry, bootmaker, admitted August 5th, 1881

Smith, Benjamin, silkweaver, son of William, silkweaver, admitted November 9th, 1857

Smith, Charles, weaver, son of Samuel, admitted July 25th, 1835, borough only, by birth

Smith, Charles John, silkweaver, son of John, silkweaver, admitted November 9th, 1857

Smith, Edward, weaver, son of Samuel, junior, admitted April 28th, 1831, borough only, by birth

Smith, Edward, of Newton Road, Sudbury, gardener, son of William, chimney sweep, admitted August 5th, 1892

Smith, Ezra, silkweaver, of Gooseberry Row, Sudbury, son of William, admitted August 7th, 1857

Smith, Frederick, a Private in the West Suffolk Militia, admitted October 28th, 1806, borough only, by birth

Smith, Frederick, of Waterside, (Walnuttree Lane), Sudbury, labourer, son of Frederick, silkweaver, deceased, admitted August 5th, 1859

Smith, Frederick Ernest, of Newton Road, Sudbury, clerk, son of William, chimney sweep, admitted August 4th, 1893

Smith, Frederick Harry, of East Street, Sudbury, butcher, son of John, butcher, admitted June 18th, 1897

Smith, George, of Waterside Galleries, (Walnuttree Lane), Sudbury, silkweaver, son of Frederick, admitted July 29th, 1839

Smith, George, silkweaver, son of William, silkweaver, admitted November 9th, 1857

Smith, George, of 49 Roundon Road, Campbell Road, Bow, London, warehouseman, son of George, shopkeeper, admitted August 3rd, 1883

Smith, Harry Edward, of Colne Engaine, schoolmaster, son of Ezra, silk weaver, deceased, admitted August 7th, 1900

Smith, Henry, of Gregory Street, Sudbury, silkweaver, son of William, weaver, admitted July 29th, 1839

Smith, Henry, shoemaker, of North Street, Sudbury, son of John, shoemaker, admitted May 2nd, 1856

Smith, Isaac, bargeman, son of John, bargeman, admitted June 12th, 1826, borough only, by birth

Smith, James, son of John, admitted June 17th, 1818, borough only, by birth

Smith, James, weaver, son of Samuel, senior, weaver, admitted June 10th, 1826, borough only, by birth

Smith, James, cordwainer, son of Joseph, cordwainer, admitted April 7th, 1828, borough only, by birth

Smith, James, of Southwark, servant, son of Richard, deceased, admitted April 7th, 1828, borough only, by birth

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

Smith, James, of the Mount, North Street, Sudbury, labourer, son of James of Southwark, servant, admitted May 5th, 1876

Smith, James Alexander, silkweaver, son of John, silkweaver, admitted November 9th, 1857

Smith, John, cabinet maker and broker, admitted June 18th, 1802, borough and commons, by purchase

Smith, John, weaver, son of Samuel, senior, weaver, admitted June 10th, 1826, borough only, by birth

Smith, John, cordwainer, son of Joseph, cordwainer, admitted June 10th, 1826, borough only, by birth

Smith, John, of Hampsted, carpenter, apprentice to George Ward, carpenter, admitted June 12th, 1826, borough only, by servitude

Smith, John, tailor, admitted January 4th, 1827, borough and commons, by purchase, 30 guineas

Smith, John, of North Street, Sudbury, son of John, shoemaker, admitted May 2nd, 1856

Smith, John, junior, cabinet maker, son of John, cabinet maker, admitted April 7th, 1828, borough and commons, by birth

Smith, Joseph, cordwainer, son of Joseph, cordwainer, admitted March 4th, 1820, borough only, by birth

Smith, Joseph, of London, pastry cook, son of John, weaver, admitted June 12th, 1826, borough only, by birth

Smith, Joseph, silkweaver, son of William, silkweaver, admitted May 1st, 1857

Smith, Joseph, of Upper East Street, Sudbury, matmaker, son of William, silkweaver, deceased, admitted August 5th, 1892

Smith, Leonard Henry, of 69 Melford Road, Sudbury, schoolmaster, son of Charles John, formerly silkweaver and now postman, admitted August 4th, 1882

Smith, Robert, labourer, son of Samuel, weaver, admitted June 18th, 1818, borough only, by birth

Smith, Robert, silkthrowster, son of Thomas, admitted July 28th, 1841

Smith, Samuel, junior, weaver, admitted July 2nd, 1802, borough only, by birth

Smith, Thomas, labourer, son of John, riverman, admitted June 18th, 1818, borough only, by birth

Smith, William, weaver, son of Samuel, admitted October 2nd, 1812, borough only, by birth

Smith, William, silkweaver, son of Richard, silkweaver, admitted March 4th, 1820, borough only, by birth

Smith, William, of London, cordwainer, son of John, weaver, admitted June 12th, 1826, borough only, by birth

Smith, William, silkweaver, son of Joseph, cordwainer, admitted July 28th, 1834, borough only, by birth

Smith, William, son of William, admitted May 2nd, 1856

Smith, William, silkweaver, son of William, silkweaver, deceased, admitted November 9th, 1857

Smith, William Bestoe, surgeon, admitted September 3rd, 1821, borough and commons, by purchase, 30 guineas

Smith, William Henry, of Jubilee Villa, Melford Road, Sudbury, retired eating house keeper, son of John, weaver, deceased, admitted August 3rd, 1888

Smith, William Walter, of Waterside Galleries, (Walnuttree Lane), Sudbury, weaver, son of Frederick, deceased, admitted May 16th, 1848

Smith, William, of Newton Road, Sudbury, chimney sweep, son of Isaac, bargeman, deceased, admitted August 3rd, 1883

The Somersett family

Somersett, William, weaver, son of William, woolcomber, admitted June 12th, 1826, borough and commons, by birth

The Spareham family

Spareham, William, of Yarmouth, lathriver, apprentice to Samuel Collins, lathriver, admitted July 28th, 1830, borough only, by servitude

The Sparrow family

Sparrow, Joseph James, of Great Waldingfield, miller, son of William, deceased, admitted July 30th, 1833

Sparrow, William, of Ballingdon, carpenter, admitted June 4th, 1824, borough and commons, by purchase, 30 guineas

The Spooner family

Spooner, William, draper, admitted May 4th, 1815, borough and commons, by purchase, 30 guineas

Spooner, William Henry, of Friars Street, Sudbury, linen draper, son of William, admitted May 17th, 1841

The Spring family

Spring, John, of Castle Hedingham, wheelwright, admitted July 3rd, 1802, borough only, by servitude

Spring, Samuel, of Norwich, weaver, son of Samuel, of Norwich, weaver, admitted June 10th, 1826, borough only, by birth

The Spurgin family

Spurgin, Robert Finch, of Cross Street, Sudbury, butcher, son of Stephen, deceased, admitted May 16th, 1848 (RFS died November 12th, 1877, aged 53.)

Spurgin, Stephen, cabinet maker, admitted May 24th, 1796, borough and commons, by birth (Later proprietor of the Bull Inn and Brewery in Church Street, All Saints, Sudbury.)

Spurgin, Stephen, plasterer and innkeeper of the Bull, Church Street, All saints, Sudbury, son of Stephen, victualler, admitted June 10th, 1826, borough and commons, by birth

Spurgin, Stephen, of the Bull Inn, Church Street, All Saints, Sudbury, admitted August 4th, 1871

The Stammers family

Stammers, Josiah, miller, admitted May 15th, 1806, borough and commons, by purchase

The Stedman family

Stedman, Edmund, solicitor, admitted January 2nd, 1811, borough and commons, by purchase

Stedman, Methuen Edmund Isherwood, Lieutenant 2nd West India Regt. , son of Edmund, admitted July 7th, 1841 (Died suddenly, aged 35, on board the Steam Transport ‘The Trent’ off Abydos, Egypt, on his way to the East, August 30th, 1855.)

Stedman, Robert Frost, gentleman, son of Edmund, admitted July 28th, 1834, borough and commons, by birth

The Steed family

Steed, Henry, cordwainer, admitted October 16th, 1815, borough and commons, by purchase, 30 guineas

Steed, Henry James, linendraper, son of Henry, admitted July 28th, 1841

Steed, Richard, of Market Hill, Sudbury, cordwainer, son of Henry, admitted July 29th, 1839

The Steward family

Steward, Richard, a Private in the West Suffolk Militia, admitted October 28th, 1806, borough and commons, by birth

The Stott family

Stott, David Chapman, tallow chandler, apprentice to William Bass, tallow chandler, admitted June 10th, 1826, borough only, by servitude

The Strutt family

Strutt, Charles, attorney at law, admitted July 2nd, 1802, borough and commons, by birth

Strutt, Charles, son of William, cordwainer, admitted May 2nd, 1856

Strutt, Henry, of North Street, Sudbury, shoemaker, son of William, shoemaker, admitted May 1st, 1857

Strutt, James, silkweaver, son of James, silkweaver, admitted June 17th, 1818, borough only, by birth

Strutt, William, cordwainer, son of James, cordwainer, admitted June 17th, 1818, borough and commons, by birth

Strutt, William, weaver, son of James, sayscourer, admitted July 28th, 1830, borough only, by birth

The Studd family

Studd, Daniel, of London, green grocer, son of Thomas, whitesmith, admitted June 12th, 1826, borough and commons, by birth

Studd, Joshua, of London, orange merchant, son of Thomas, whitesmith, admitted June 17th, 1818, borough and commons, by birth

Studd, Samuel, whitesmith, son of Thomas, whitesmith, admitted June 10th, 1826, borough and commons, by birth

Studd, Thomas, whitesmith, son of Thomas, whitesmith, admitted June 17th, 1818, borough and commons, by birth

The Summersett family

Summersett, William, junior, woolcomber, admitted July 2nd, 1802, borough and commons, by birth

The Syer family

Syer, Abraham Stevens, grocer, apprenticed to Branwhite Oliver, admitted October 2nd, 1812, borough only, by servitude