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A list of the names of the Court of Aldermen and sheriffs of the city of London
Corporation of London (England). Court of Aldermen.
by Printed by W. N. for William Bird in Fountain-Court in Aldermanbury in [London]
Written in English
|Series||Eighteenth century -- reel 991, no. 49.|
|The Physical Object|
The following names occur in the Liber Trinitatis as Aldermen of Wards in which property was situated in the parishes appended to their names; I have added in brackets the Wards comprised in those parishes. Robert le Blund (II. 6), St. Clement Candlewick (Candlewick and Langbourn), at some date between and Author: Alfred Beaven Beaven. The Letter-Books of the City of London are a series of fifty folio volumes in vellum containing entries of the matters of in which the City of London was interested or concerned, beginning in and concluding in The volumes are part of the collection of the City of London Records Office, and are kept in the London Metropolitan Archives.. The volumes derive their .
Livery Companies of the City of London A website principally intended for the members of the Livery Companies, and their Clerks Court of Aldermen. Aldermen. City of London Corporation. PO Box Guildhall. London. EC2P 2EJ. The series of volumes known as the Letter Books document the earliest proceedings of the government of the City of London. They began in , initially as registers of bonds and recognisances, but soon developed into administrative minute books, recording the meetings of the Court of Aldermen and the Court of Common Council.
Updated October MASL: Mayors and Sheriffs of London Working List, Stage Two This working list has been compiled by using, initially, Alfred B. Beaven’s The Aldermen of The City of London, 2 vols. () and the city’s manuscript Common Hall Book 10 (available for consultation at the London Metropolitan Archives), the latter providing an official record of. Orders conceived and published by the Lord Major and aldermen of the city of London, concerning the infection of the plague () [Corporation of London. Court of Aldermen] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. This book represents an authentic reproduction of the text as printed by the original publisher. While we have attempted to Author: Corporation of London. Court of Aldermen.
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The link from their surname should take you to their entry at the City of London website. **To read the latest (June ) guidance from the Town Clerk on aldermanic progression, click here. To download a complete list (Excel ss) of all Lord Mayors, Sheriffs, Aldermen, and an archive of livery past masters, please click here.
The Court of Aldermen forms part of the senior governance of the City of London comprises twenty five aldermen of the City of London, presided over by the Lord Mayor (becoming senior aldermen during his year of office).
The Court was originally responsible for the entire administration of the City, but most of its responsibilities were subsumed by the Court of Founded: Time immemorial. This is a list of sheriffs of the City of London.
Pursuant to a royal charter of Henry I circathe liverymen of the City elected two sheriffs of "London and Middlesex" upon payment of £ per annum to the practice continued untilwhen the Local Government Act came into force.
Thereafter a High Sheriff of Middlesex and a High Sheriff of the County of. Part II. Chronological List of Aldermen. The following pages contain the names of the Aldermen of the City of London from the reign of Henry III., arranged in chronological order according to their dates of election, so far as these are ascertainable, such particulars being appended in each case as I have been able to collect with regard to the civic and other public offices held by them from.
The Court of Aldermen is summoned and presided over by the Lord Mayor and consists of the 25 Aldermen, one for each ward of the City, and The Recorder of London. Aldermen are elected at least every six years (separately from the Common Councillor elections, and not all at once).
A list of the names of the Court of Aldermen and sheriffs of the city of London: together with the deputies and common-council, as return'd by the several wardmote-inquests in their indentures ; and the names of every ward the common-council-men belong to, for this year, Originally published by Corporation of the City of London, London, Aldermen of the City of London: Aldgate Ward Aldermen of the City of London: Bassishaw ward Aldermen of the City of London: Billingsgate ward Aldermen of the City of London: Bishopsgate ward Aldermen of.
Pages in category "Councilmen and Aldermen of the City of London" The following 65 pages are in this category, out of 65 total. This list may not reflect recent changes (). The Court of Aldermen is summoned and presided over by the Lord Mayor and consists of the 25 Aldermen, one for each ward of the City, and The Recorder of London.
Aldermen are elected at least every six years (separately from the Common Councillor elections, and not all at once). Today the Court of Common Council ( Common Councillors and Get this from a library.
A list of the names of the Court of Aldermen and sheriffs of the city of London: together with the deputies and common-council, as return'd by the several wardmote-inquests in their indentures ; and the names of every ward the common-council-men belong to, for this year, [City of London (England).
Corporation. The Election Address of most listed below from on may be downloaded at the link at their name. To download a complete list (Excel ss) of all Lord Mayors, Sheriffs, Aldermen, and now with an archive of livery past masters, please click here.
NB tabs at foot of MS Excel spreadsheet - LM’s, Sheriffs, and Aldermen. George Percy Trentham - Pavior. Updated January MASL: Mayors and Sheriffs of London Working List, Stage Two This working list was initially compiled, at Stage One, from Alfred B.
Beaven’s The Aldermen of The City of London, 2 vols. (), A. Hughes’ List of Sheriffs for England and Wales (Public Record Office, ; rev. edn.,File Size: 92KB. Category:Aldermen of the City of London Court of Aldermen, of the City of London, England.
Pages in category "Aldermen of the City of London" The following 29 pages are in this category, out of 29 total. This list may not reflect recent changes. Note A.—Seccheford is mentioned as acting as Alderman of Cripplegate 17 and Ap [H.R., 63 () ()] but it is not clear that this was a permanent appointment, and it seems probable that he was only acting pro tem.
in Cripplegate, and retained or resumed his Aldermanry of successor in Cripplegate, Richard Costantyn is mentioned as. Note A.—This nomination was rejected because two of the three Aldermen nominated (Towse and Langham) had not served for their present Wards two years and were therefore ineligible for removal to another Ward by an ordinance of the Court of Aldermen enacted Januand the commoner (Warner), was a Grocer, there being already six Aldermen members of the.
view now Court of Aldermen (current at October ) link Mayors and Sheriffs of London (MASL) (searchable database topdf lists ) sponsored by the University of Toronto Library. BOOKS: The Aldermen of the City of London Temp. Henry III - By Alfred P Beaven. In Mar,he was temporarily suspended from coming to the Court of Aldermen on "account of contumelious words openly spoken in full Court to the Mayor and Aldermen." [Rep.
1, fo. ()]. Jan R. Tate: John Hawes, Mercer Queenhithe Sheriff Auditor ; Master Mercers The "Livery assembled in Common Hall" elect two Sheriffs each Midsummer Day at Guildhall in the City of London. Normally, one of the Sheriffs is an alderman, who will hope to go on to become the Lord Mayor of London; and the other, sometimes referred to as the non-aldermanic sheriff, who has no further civic ambitions after completing his year at the Old Bailey.
Updated Jan. MASL: Mayors and Sheriffs of London Stage Three This working list was initially compiled by using Alfred B. Beaven’s The Aldermen of The City of London, 2 vols.
(), A. Hughes’ List of Sheriffs for England and. The Court of the City of London Aldermen was established in Aldermen were elected representatives of city wards, "sworn to take counsel on behalf of the City, together with the Mayor." The court had responsibilities over the city livery companies and had the right to present petitions directly to the Crown.
Terms of reference for the Court of Aldermen. Overall responsibilities • to support and promote the City of London and more widely the UK as a world leader in financial and professional services with key interlocutors • to produce and support the .Download Emma Edhem (Alderman) contact details as VCard.
Download Emma Edhem (Alderman) contact details as a CSV file. @ Susan Langley (Alderwoman) City of London Corporation Member’s Room PO Box Guildhall, London EC2P 2EJ. Download Susan Langley (Alderwoman) contact details as VCard.The names of Aldermen present at meetings of the Court on OctoJanuFebruOctoare preserved, there being as many as 24 out of a possible 25 on the last of these occasions, but each of them can be definitely assigned to another ward than Bishopsgate.