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Wausley, Robert

Joiners' Company Apprentice

Apprenticeship 1663

Son of Jacob Wausley, Labourer, of Bishopsgate, London. Apprenticed to Hugo Cope for 7 years, from 5 Aug 1663.

Wavell, Jonathan, High St, Newport, Isle of Wight, Hants., cm and u (1823). [D]

Wawen, James

Joiners' Company Apprentice

Apprenticeship 1716

Son of Brian Wawen, Cit. & Haberdasher, of London. Apprenticed to Joseph Clarke for 7 years, from 1 May 1716.

Wawen, Robert, St Martin-in-the-Fields, London, cm (d. 1686). [PCC Wills, vol. XI, p. 293]

Waxfelt, Bennet

Joiners' Company Member

Freedom 1653

Made free by servitude on 13 January 1651 for a fee of 3s 4d.

Appr to John Greene by report of his Master

Waxham, John

Joiners' Company Apprentice

Apprenticeship 1689

Son of John Waxham, Cordwainer, of Rowhampton, Surrey. Apprenticed to William Gunter for 8 years, from 17 Dec 1689.

Waxham, Nicholas

Joiners' Company Apprentice

Apprenticeship 1699

Son of Nicholas Waxham, Tailor, of St. Martin in the Fields, Middlesex. Apprenticed to Thomas Roberts for 7 years, from 20 Feb 1699.

Waxham, Richard

Joiners' Company Member

Freedom 1690

Made free by servitude on 4 Mar 1689.

Turned over to Daniel Bayly Cit & Joiner and made free by his consent

Waxman, Richard

Joiners' Company Apprentice

Apprenticeship 1682

Son of Richard Waxman, Shoe maker, of Wansworth, Surrey. Apprenticed to Thomas Needler for 7 years, from 13 Jun 1682.

Way, David, 6 Sun St, Bishopsgate, London, u (1839). [D]

Way, John, Bristol, frame maker (1756). In 1756 took an app. named Clement. [S of G, app. index]

Way, John, On-the-Foss, Dartmouth, Devon, cm (1823–35). Death reported March 1835. His second daughter married John Tozer of Exeter, gilder in May 1831 and his youngest daughter Mary a Mr W. Tozer of Charlotte St, Fitzroy Sq., London in September 1835.

Way, John, Exeter, Devon, cm (1827–32). At Frienhay St in December 1827 when his son John was bapt. at St Olave's Church. At Hicks Ct in December 1832 when his daughters Harriet Susan and Mary Ann were bapt. at St Edmund's Church. [PR (bapt.)]

Way, Joseph, Market St, Dartmouth, Devon, cm and u (1838). Possibly the eldest son of John Way of Dartmouth who was the victim of a robbery in July 1826. [D; Exeter Flying Post, 13 July 1826]

Way, Thomas, 51 Redcross St, Southwark, London, carpenter and cm (1826). [D]

Way, William, Exeter, Devon, cm (b. c. 1777–d. 1825). Born c. 1777 and living in the parish of St Mary Major in 1803 when his name was included in a milita list. In Preston St, 1814–17, and the bapt.

Waylen, Robert, 23 Queen St, Golden Sq., London, cm (1835–39). In 1839 also u. [D]

Waylet (Waylett) John free 10 Aug 1681; A 1719

Waylet John s John to his father 25 Mar 1719; turned over to Thomas Swill] (citizen and draper) 27 Apr 1722 <free>

Waylett, John, London, upholder (1762). Son of John Waylett jnr of the parish of St Luke, Middlx, upholder. App. to Joseph Fisher, a member of the Drapers’ Co. but trading as an upholder, 2 August 1753. John was made free of the Upholders’ Co.

Waylett, John jnr, London, upholder (1734). Son of John Waylett snr, freeman and upholder of London. John jnr was app. to his father 1719–22 and then to Thomas Siwill freeman and draper, from 27 April 1722. Free of the Upholders’ Co.

Waylett, John snr, London, upholder (1719–34). Freeman of London. Took as app. his son John Waylett, 1719–22. John jnr was free of the Upholders’ Co., 1733/34. [GL, Upholders’ Co. records]

Waymand, John

Joiners' Company Apprentice

Apprenticeship 1712

Son of John Waymand, Labourer, of St. Andrew Wardrobe, London. Apprenticed to Robert Savige for 7 years, from 3 June 1712.

Waymer, Christopher

Joiners' Company Apprentice

Apprenticeship 1646

Son of Christopher Waymer, Skinner, of Norridge, Norfolk. Apprenticed to Peter Hoarne for 8 years, from 25 Sep 1646.

Wayte, Robert

Joiners' Company Apprentice

Apprenticeship 1655

Son of Richard Wayte, Yeoman, of Ladsdown, Kent. Apprenticed to Gerrard Christmas for 7 years, from 6 Apr 1655.