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Londonderry Corporation Freemen Index, 1675-1730

PRONI, i.e., 1673-1709 and 1709-1730
Transcribed, Compiled and Submitted by
Andrew Oler
andrew.oler[at]gmail.com
Formatted by
Jim McKane, Ontario, Canada
jamckane[at]gmail.com

 

About Londonderry Corporation Freeman Records

Transcriptions were taken from the Freemen Index and in cases where names were difficult to read, I referred to the original Londonderry Corporation Minute Books. Note that the original Minute books list the members of the Corporation present at each Council meeting, including the current Mayor, Aldermen, and Burgesses in attendance. The original minute books also list additional names not included in the index (or this transcription), e.g., lists of individuals to whom money is given as charity (widows or poor individuals). For this initial transcription, I indexed the records from the first two PDFs available at PRONI, i.e., 1673-1709 and 1709-1730.

In the index, the most common actions noted are when 1) it is ordered that certain individuals are "admitted Freemen" and subsequently sworn in (usually by the Mayor), or 2) it is ordered that "a ticket of freedom" be given to certain individuals. These two actions are treated distinctly in the records. In the former action, individuals are usually admitted based on their petition. The latter action is sometimes referred to as a "complimentary" ticket of freedom and it seems in these cases that there is no fee paid and they are not admitted into the Corporation as Freemen, apparently because they are short-term residents or visitors to the city (e.g., dignitaries, military officials). I've recorded these actions below as "Admitted" and "Ticket of freedom," respectively.

It was a rule that petitioners must reside in the city of Londonderry with their family to be "admitted to the freedom of the city" or to become a Freeman so most often the residence is not indicated, though it can be assumed the individual resides in the city of Londonderry. Sometimes an individual intends to move to the city and petitions to become a Freeman, to which the Council usually orders that the individual will be admitted a Freeman once he resides in the city. Individuals receiving a ticket of freedom were not required to reside in the city and their residence is sometimes indicated (e.g., Dublin). Payment for admission as a Freeman was usually a "spoone & buckett" fee, but this could be waived in special cases, e.g., military, son/son-in-law of an Alderman or the Mayor, etc.

The book and page numbers below refer to location of the record in the original Minutes books.

Note: In this time frame, the new year began in March so the entries in January, February, and March have the same year as the entries of the previous December. The following note is present at the beginning of each Volume of the original Corporation Minute books: "In reading these Minutes it will be well to remember that the 1st day of January has not always been the first day of the year. For 700 years prior to the 15th Century, the year commenced on Christmas Day. After that it commenced on March 25th. It was in 1752 that what was known as the new style was introduced, and the year 1753 commenced on January 1st. At the same time the dates were moved on Eleven days by taking the day after September 2nd as the 14th. W.L.P. 20/10/1915."

Book Page Date Name Occupation Residence Action Sponsor/Apprentice Master Date Sworn Comments
1 47 29 Apr 1678 Mr. Matthew Bridges Merchant   Admitted Mr William Squire    
1 54 14 Jan 1678 John Stoute Taylor   Admitted      
1 60 25 Aug 1679 Mr William Squire     Going to London      
1 63 3 Nov 1679 William Noble Burgess City of Londonderry Elected Sheriff for 1 year      
1 63 3 Nov 1679 Robert Shannon   City of Londonderry Elected Sheriff for 1 year      
1 73 3 Feb 1680 Henry Forabosio Sheriff   Sworn as comoncounsellor and admitted      
1 73 3 Feb 1680 James Gordon, Esqr Sheriff   Sworn as comoncounsellor and admitted      
1 80 5 Sep 1681 George Merston Mariner   Admitted Mr Maiors    
1 116 26 Jul 1686 Mr John Beuvariero French merchant   Preferred to this court for his freedom      
2 10 3 Oct 1689 Mr Josua Pickard     Admitted      
2 14 5 Dec 1689 Joseph Leslie Merchant   Admitted   22 June 1690 Married one of the daughters of the present Mayor.
2 15 5 Dec 1689 Thomas Spaight Merchant   Admitted Gervais Barty, Merchant 11 Dec 1689 7 years apprentice
2 15 5 Dec 1689 Jacob Alexander Merchant   Admitted Alexander Tomkins, Ald[erma?]n 6 Dec 1689 7 years apprentice
2 15 5 Dec 1689 Lieut. James Stilly     Will be admitted when he resides in the city      
2 32 27 Nov 1690 John Coningham

[Cunningham]

Merchant   Will be admitted when he resides in the city   23 Dec 1690  
2 43 3 Feb 1690 Adam Gillis Mariner   Admitted   2 Nov 1691  
2 46 12 Feb 1690 Duke of Schomberge     Puts forward a motion      
2 51 27 Jul 1691 Robert Gamble Merchant   Admitted Andrew Garven 27 Nov 1691 7 years apprentice
2 51 27 Jul 1691 Henry Thompson Stationer   Admitted   4 Nov 1691 Predecessors were Freemen
2 56 9 Oct 1691 William Craig Carpenter   Will be admitted when he resides in the city      
2 64 15 Jan 1691 John Laundell Retayler   Admitted   28 Jan 1691 Served in the late siege
2 64 15 Jan 1691 Daniel McKerraghall

[McGarrigal?]

Tobacco Spinner   Admitted   28 Jan 1691  
2 64 15 Jan 1691 John Kennedy Taylor   Admitted   28 Jan 1691  
2 64 15 Jan 1691 Patrick Spence Taylor   Admitted   28 Jan 1691  
2 64 15 Jan 1691 James McCrea Baker   Admitted   28 Jan 1691  
2 64 15 Jan 1691 Mr Gervais Squire Junr Met: [Merchant?]   Admitted   29 Jan 1691 Son of the present Mayor
2 66 3 Feb 1691 Mr Henry Morrison Merchant   Admitted Mr John Mordock 25 Feb 1691 7 years apprentice
2 69 22 Feb 1691 Mr Go [Gordon?] Dixson [Dixon / Dickson]     Admitted   25 Feb 1691  
2 71 11 May 1692 Francis Jenings Cordwinder   Admitted   20 Oct 1692 Married a Freeman's daughter
2 71 11 May 1692 William Boyd Chapman   Admitted   8 Dec 1692 Endured the siedge and contributed to the maintenance of his mother, one of the Corporation's pensioners
2 71 11 May 1692 Edward Carter Cordwinder   Admitted   20 Oct 1692 Married a Freeman's daughter, and endured the siedge
2 71 11 May 1692 Edward Carloe Glover   Admitted Richard Panson "late of this this city, Glover" 27 Jan 1692 7 years apprentice
2 71 11 May 1692 John Paterson Glover   Admitted      
2 73 17 May 1692 Richard Crookshanks Mariner   Admitted John Crookshanks "his Brother" 19 May 1692 7 years apprentice
2 75 22 Aug 1692 Mr James Hamilton Merchant Strabane Not admitted but acquitted and discharged of past and current Town Customs      
2 75 22 Aug 1692 Col. Toby Cawlfield

[Caulfield]

Colonel   Ticket of freedom Mr. Mayor    
2 77 2 Nov 1692 Mr Henry Pierce     Admitted     Served in the late siege
2 77 2 Nov 1692 Capt. White Captain   Admitted      
2 77 2 Nov 1692 Capt. Bickerstaff Captain   Admitted      
2 79 3 Dec 1692 John Man Innkeeper   Admitted   9 Dec 1692  
2 79 3 Dec 1692 Nicolas Cattkitt Chandler   Admitted      
2 82 2 Jan 1692 John Boyle Sadler   Admitted   23 Feb 1692  
2 83 23 Jan 1692 James Morrison Merchant   Admitted   27 Jan 1692  
2 83 23 Jan 1692 John Cowan Merchant   Admitted   26 Jan 1692  
2 83 23 Jan 1692 William Gray Carpenter   Admitted   27 Jan 1692  
2 84 3 Feb 1692 Daniel Stay Mariner   Admitted   23 Feb 1692  
2 84 3 Feb 1692 Patrick Ross Barber   Admitted      
2 88 10 Mar 1692 Mr Robert Bonner     Admitted   15 Mar 1692  
2 101 2 Nov 1693 Capt. James Douglas Captain   Ticket of freedom      
2 101 2 Nov 1693 Left. Thomas Knox Left. [Lieutenant]   Ticket of freedom      
2 101 2 Nov 1693 Left. Christian Murray Left. [Lieutenant]   Ticket of freedom      
2 101 2 Nov 1693 Left. Richard Carby Left. [Lieutenant]   Ticket of freedom      
2 101 2 Nov 1693 Left. Hugh Boyd Left. [Lieutenant]   Ticket of freedom      
2 101 2 Nov 1693 Ensign George Parker Ensign   Ticket of freedom      
2 101 2 Nov 1693 Ensign Alexander Gibson Ensign   Ticket of freedom      
2 102 20 Nov 1693 James Thompson Cordwinder   Admitted      
2 102 20 Nov 1693 Johnathan Oshair Weaver   Admitted      
2 102 20 Nov 1693 Thomas Paterson Cordwinder   Admitted      
2 102 20 Nov 1693 William Read Taylor   Admitted      
2 102 20 Nov 1693 John Smith Blacksmith   Admitted      
2 102 20 Nov 1693 John Killpatrick [Kilpatrick] Weaver   Admitted      
2 102 20 Nov 1693 Samuel King Taylor   Admitted      
2 102 20 Nov 1693 John Smith Taylor   Admitted      
2 102 20 Nov 1693 John Inch Taylor   Admitted      
2 102 20 Nov 1693 James Bisland Cooper   Admitted   31 Jan 1693  
2 102 20 Nov 1693 John Bredin Blacksmith   Admitted      
2 102 20 Nov 1693 William Hunter Taylor   Admitted      
2 109 16 Apr 1694 William Breedin [Bredin] Baker Londonderry Admitted      
2 109 16 Apr 1694 Nathaniell Eyloffe Butcher   Admitted      
2 109 16 Apr 1694 Francis Knowles Currier   Admitted      
2 114 23 Aug 1694 James Ellis Carpenter   Admitted      
2 116 19 Nov 1694 Mr John Thompson     Will be admitted when he resides in the city     Married a daughter of Alderman of the city
2 116 19 Nov 1694 Mr Nicolas Everall [Merchant] [Coleraine] Will be admitted when he resides in the city     Married a daughter of Alderman of the city
2 124 5 Aug 1695 Major Archibald Hamilton Major   Ticket of freedom     Also admitted were the rest of the officers in the Garrison here
2 125 19 Oct 1695 Mr. Nicolas Everall Merchant Coleraine Not yet admitted but allowed a reduction to one third of the town custom for his cargo Mr Edward Brookes    
2 127 2 Jan 1695 John Richardson Innkeeper   Admitted      
2 127 2 Jan 1695 John Glenn Sadler   Admitted      
2 127 2 Jan 1695 Roger Dixon Smith and Farmer   Admitted      
2 127 2 Jan 1695 Thomas Fairly Tallow Chandler   Admitted      
2 138 2 Jan 1696 Matthew Jones Smith   Admitted      
2 138 2 Jan 1696 Rodger Browne Weaver   Will be admitted when he resides in the city      
2 138 2 Jan 1696 William Brown Dyer   Will be admitted when he resides in the city      
2 138 2 Jan 1696 Mr John Coningham

[Cunningham]

Merchant   Summoned to answer the breach of his agreement      
2 138 2 Jan 1696 Mr. William Galbraith   Bristoll Not yet admitted; will pay town custom for goods until he resides in the city      
2 143 19 Jul 1697 Mr Joshua Pickard     Acquitted foreign dues on cargo of salt because it never arrived      
2 143 19 Jul 1697 Mr Hugh Davy     Acquitted foreign dues on cargo of Ship Hopewell because of their loss     He was representing many who lost due to the Ship Hopewell.
2 143 19 Jul 1697 Collin Maxwell Doctor of Phisick   Encouraged to settle and reside in the city, and pay him £20      
2 143 19 Jul 1697 Col. Thomas St-John Coll [Colonel]   Ticket of freedom     And his officers now in Garrison
2 150 12 Jan 1697 Alderman [Thomas] Moncrieffs Alderman   Acted contrary to the oath of a Freeman and Alderman      
2 151 12 Jan 1697 Mr Carleton Colector   Ticket of freedom      
2 151 12 Jan 1697 Major Shinger Major   Ticket of freedom      
2 151 12 Jan 1697 Mr Godfrey     Ticket of freedom      
2 151 12 Jan 1697 Mr Disny [Disney]     Ticket of freedom      
2 151 12 Jan 1697 Captain of the Army in Garrison     Ticket of freedom      
2 157 11 Jun 1698 James Anderson Merchant   Admitted      
2 158 12 Jul 1698 Mr Hornby   of London, now Londonderry Ticket of freedom      
2 159 2 Nov 1698 Col. Livesey Colonel   Ticket of freedom     And his officers now in Garrison
2 159 2 Nov 1698 Thomas Lecky Apothecary   Admitted      
2 159 2 Nov 1698 John Blackburne Merchant   Admitted      
2 159 2 Nov 1698 Maurice Brien Merchant   Admitted      
2 159 2 Nov 1698 James Cawdon

[Cowden?]

Merchant   Admitted      
2 160 23 Nov 1698 Capt. Lovewell's son     Ticket of freedom     "Ordered that a Ticket of Freedom be given to Capt. Lovewell the Record of London his son."
2 162 3 Feb 1698 William Adaire Schoolmaster   Admitted      
2 162 3 Feb 1698 Robert Taylor Merchant   Admitted      
2 171 28 Apr 1699 Thomas Young     Admitted      
2 172 11 Aug 1699 Mr Robbins Counselor at Law   Ticket of freedom The Recorder    
2 173 12 Sep 1699 Luke Astry, Esq Counselor at Law   Ticket of freedom      
2 175 28 Sep 1699 Alexander Machan Merchant   Will be admitted when he resides in the city      
2 178 2 Jan 1699 William Hilouse

[Hillhouse]

    Admitted      
2 178 2 Jan 1699 Mr James Donnolson

[Donaldson]

Taylor   Admitted      
2 178 2 Jan 1699 Evan Burton Weaver   Admitted      
2 178 2 Jan 1699 John Patton Weaver   Admitted      
2 178 2 Jan 1699 Andrew Park Weaver   Admitted      
2 178 2 Jan 1699 John Holt Weaver   Admitted      
2 178 2 Jan 1699 James McLaghlin

[McLaughlin]

Weaver   Admitted      
2 178 2 Jan 1699 John Montgomery Weaver   Admitted      
2 178 2 Jan 1699 Thomas Moore Weaver   Admitted      
2 178 2 Jan 1699 James Cowdan

[Cowden?]

Merchant   Reduced his fine      
2 180 18 Jan 1699 James McLister Merchant   Will be admitted when he resides in the city      
2 180 18 Jan 1699 Dennis Kelly Soap buyer   Admitted      
2 182 13 Feb 1699 Major Stewart Major   Ticket of freedom      
2 182 13 Feb 1699 Mr Jenkins     Ticket of freedom      
2 182 13 Feb 1699 Mr Shipton Chaplain   Ticket of freedom      
2 185 8 Apr 1700 John Campbell     Admitted      
2 185 8 Apr 1700 Mr Neill Gray     Admitted      
2 185 8 Apr 1700 Robert McMullan Carpenter   Admitted      
2 185 8 Apr 1700 John Peterson Taylor   Admitted      
2 187 29 May 1700 William Lecky Carpenter   Admitted      
2 187 29 May 1700 Gabriel McShee Sadler   Admitted      
2 187 29 May 1700 Archibald Stewart Cordwinder   Admitted      
2 187 29 May 1700 Mr John Campbell     Discharged custom before being sworn a freeman      
2 187 29 May 1700 John McLister Merchant   Reduced his fine      
2 195 2 Jan 1700 Robert Houston Cordwinder   Admitted      
2 195 2 Jan 1700 John Griffiths Cordwinder   Admitted      
2 201 8 Mar 1700 Giles Gifford     Admitted      
2 202 28 Apr 1701 Henry Green Gentleman   Admitted      
2 202 28 Apr 1701 James Dawson Stationer   Admitted      
2 202 28 Apr 1701 Mr John Jeffers     Ticket of freedom      
2 203 7 Jul 1701 Henry Thompson Ensign   Ticket of freedom     Son of Henry Thompson late Burgess of this city
2 203 7 Jul 1701 Patrick Eddie Carpenter   Admitted      
2 206 2 Oct 1701 William Allison Mariner   Will be admitted when he resides in the city      
2 206 2 Oct 1701 William Brown     Will be admitted when he resides in the city      
2 206 2 Oct 1701 Roger Brown     Will be admitted when he resides in the city      
2 207 3 Nov 1701 Richard Lowry Merchant   Admitted      
2 207 3 Nov 1701 James Jameson Cooper   Admitted      
2 207 3 Nov 1701 Murray Taylor     Admitted      
2 207 3 Nov 1701 Andrew Crookshanks [Cruikshank] Mariner   Admitted      
2 210 2 Jan 1701 Thomas Simpson Mariner   Admitted      
2 210 2 Jan 1701 William Allison Mariner   Admitted      
2 210 2 Jan 1701 Mr William Squire     Admitted Mr Mayor    
2 210 2 Jan 1701

Mr John Crookshanks

[Cruikshank]

    Admitted Mr Mayor    
2 211 30 Jan 1701 John Cummin Carpenter   Admitted      
2 215 17 Apr 1702 Earl of Donnegall     Ticket of freedom     And the officers in his Regiment
2 215 17 Apr 1702 Lord Dungannon     Ticket of freedom      
2 215 17 Apr 1702 Councellor Echlin     Admitted      
2 227 2 Jan 1702 Mr William Edgar     Admitted      
2 232 8 Jul 1703 Mr Michael Averell     Admitted      
2 232 8 Jul 1703 Mr John Thompson     Admitted      
2 232 8 Jul 1703 Mr William Rainey     Admitted      
2 232 8 Jul 1703 James Balfour     Admitted      
2 232 8 Jul 1703 Matthew Lenn

[Linn/ Lynn?]

    Admitted      
2 232 8 Jul 1703 Mr John Moore     Admitted      
2 232 8 Jul 1703 Mr Robert Houston     Admitted      
2 232 8 Jul 1703 Mr Anthony Connigham [Cunningham]     Admitted      
2 232 8 Jul 1703 William Miller Carpenter   Admitted      
2 232 8 Jul 1703 John Erwin Taylor   Admitted      
2 232 8 Jul 1703 Samuel Hervey Weaver   Admitted      
2 232 8 Jul 1703 Richard Crompton Wigmaker   Admitted      
2 232 8 Jul 1703 John Gregg Taylor   Admitted      
2 232 8 Jul 1703 George Packer     Admitted      
2 232 8 Jul 1703 James Ross     Admitted      
2 232 8 Jul 1703 Robert Ewing     Admitted      
2 232 8 Jul 1703 Rivell West Mariner   Admitted      
2 232 8 Jul 1703 William Maghan     Admitted      
2 232 8 Jul 1703 James Lecky     Admitted      
2 232 8 Jul 1703 Mr Blackhall Schoolmaster   Ticket of freedom      
2 232 8 Jul 1703 Quartermaster Ross Quartermaster   Ticket of freedom      
2 232 8 Jul 1703 Mr William Jackson     Ticket of freedom      
2 232 8 Jul 1703 Mr Chevers     Ticket of freedom      
2 232 8 Jul 1703 Coll'll [Colonel] Edward Cary     Ticket of freedom      
2 232 8 Jul 1703 Mr Lathum

[Leathem]

    Ticket of freedom      
2 234 31 Aug 1703 Thomas Lee Innkeeper   Admitted      
2 234 31 Aug 1703 James White Goaler   Admitted      
2 234 31 Aug 1703 Mr Thomas Reave Overseer of the Society's woods   Ticket of freedom      
2 236 13 Sep 1703 Col. George Colonel   Ticket of freedom     And his Regiment
2 236 13 Sep 1703 Mr Robert Gage     Ticket of freedom      
2 240 7 Dec 1703 Mr William Cairnes Merchant Dublin Ticket of freedom      
2 243 3 Jan 1703 Thomas Lee     Admitted      
2 254 10 Jul 1704 George Graham Currier   Admitted      
2 254 10 Jul 1704 John Wyne Sadler   Admitted      
3 25 7 Mar 1704 Mr Frederick Gordon Apothecary   Admitted      
3 25 7 Mar 1704 William McKnaught Weaver   Admitted      
3 26 19 Apr 1705 ____ Norman Alderman   To give ticket of freedom to Lieutenants coming to the city      
3 28 15 May 1705 Mr Rowland West     Admitted      
3 33 15 Jun 1705 Alexander Vance Merchant   Petitioned that all people who trade with strangers and foreigners be prosecuted      
3 33 15 Jun 1705 Edward Carter Cordwinder   Petitioned that all people who trade with strangers and foreigners be prosecuted      
3 33 15 Jun 1705 John Roberton [Robertson] Cordwinder   Petitioned that all people who trade with strangers and foreigners be prosecuted      
3 33 15 Jun 1705 Patrick Spence Taylor   Petitioned that all people who trade with strangers and foreigners be prosecuted      
3 33 15 Jun 1705 John Smith Taylor   Petitioned that all people who trade with strangers and foreigners be prosecuted      
3 33 15 Jun 1705 Samuel Ashbury Taylor   Petitioned that all people who trade with strangers and foreigners be prosecuted      
3 35 4 Sep 1705 Patrick Idle Cordwinder   Admitted      
3 35 4 Sep 1705 John McCrea Cordwinder   Admitted      
3 43 24 Jan 1705 John Meares     Admitted      
3 46 6 Feb 1705 James Nutt Farmer   Complains that some freemen refuse to pay the town's fees pursuant to his docket      
3 47 5 Mar 1705 Rev. Mr. Thomas Squire Reverend   Admitted William Squire    
3 49 26 Apr 1706 Honorable Skeffington, Esq     Ticket of freedom     Son of Lord Massereen
3 49 26 Apr 1706 Lieut. Charles Vivion Lieutenant   Admitted ___ Ash, Alderman   Married the daughter of Alderman Ash
3 53 2 Jul 1706 Richard Crompton Perriwigmaker   The Chamber will provide legal defence for him in Dublin      
3 53 2 Jul 1706 Richard Pepys Gentleman of London, now of the city of Londonderry Admitted      
3 53 2 Jul 1706 James McAffee Wigmaker   Admitted      
3 53 2 Jul 1706 Hugh Jones Wigmaker   Admitted      
3 53 2 Jul 1706 Sir Ralph Gore Gentleman   Ticket of freedom      
3 53 2 Jul 1706 Capt Frederick Hamilton Captain   Ticket of freedom      
3 54 26 July 1706 His Grace the Primate of Armagh [Archbishop]   Ticket of freedom      
3 54 26 July 1706 Marmaduke Coggill, Esq     Ticket of freedom      
3 54 26 July 1706 Rev. William Tisdale Clerk   Ticket of freedom      
3 54 26 July 1706 Benjamin Huson Clerk   Ticket of freedom      
3 54 26 July 1706 John Moland, Esq     Ticket of freedom      
3 54 26 July 1706 __ Lloyd Doctor   Ticket of freedom     "Doctor Lloyd"
3 54 26 July 1706 Richard Synnott, Esq     Ticket of freedom      
3 54 26 July 1706 Richard Burke Gentleman   Ticket of freedom      
3 72 3 Feb 1706 Rev. Mr Samuel Elwood Reverend   Ticket of freedom      
3 73 3 Feb 1706 John Connor Taylor   Admitted Marjory Holland   "On petition of Marjory Holland setting forth how active her husband was in ye defence of this city during ye late siege in ye station of a Captain and praying her son-in-law John Connor taylor who is very poor and unable to take out his freedom may be admitted freeman without fees."
3 75 28 Feb 1706 / 7 John Dorcas     Admitted      
3 75 28 Feb 1707 William Hunter Taylor   Admitted      
3 77 24 Apr 1707 Gov. Wackers     Soon to be admitted Sir Robert Staples   "son of Sr. Robert Staples"
3 79 26 Aug 1707 Nicholas Mahon, Esq Counsel at Law   Admitted      
3 83 30 Sep 1707 James White Goaler   Admitted      
3 109 1 Apr 1708 William Martin Smith   Admitted      
3 109 1 Apr 1708 William Scott Merchant   Admitted      
3 109 1 Apr 1708 John Macrea Cordwinder   Admitted      
3 109 1 Apr 1708 John Mulheran Taylor   Admitted      
3 113 1 Jun 1708 Thomas Elder Baker   Admitted      
3 113 1 Jun 1708 Daniel Horridge     Admitted      
3 113 1 Jun 1708 William Ross Carpenter   Admitted      
3 113 1 Jun 1708 John Brown Glover   Admitted      
3 113 1 Jun 1708 Robert Brown Cordwinder   Admitted      
3 113 1 Jun 1708 John Roberton [Robertson] Cordwinder   Admitted      
3 113 1 Jun 1708 Edward Sanders Brazier   Admitted      
3 113 1 Jun 1708 George Sharkey Taylor   Admitted      
3 113 1 Jun 1708 James Sharkey Weaver   Admitted      
3 117 2 Aug 1708 Sir Mark Ransford     Ticket of freedom      
3 117 2 Aug 1708 Michael Ward, Esq     Ticket of freedom      
3 117 2 Aug 1708 Charles Forrest Alderman   Ticket of freedom      
3 117 2 Aug 1708 Benjamin Parry, Esq     Ticket of freedom      
3 117 2 Aug 1708 Daniel Cook     Ticket of freedom      
3 118 6 Sep 1708 Sir Mark Ransford     Charges will be paid by the Chamberlain      
3 119 6 Sep 1708 Col. John Upton Colonel   Ticket of freedom      
3 119 6 Sep 1708 John Richardson Clothier suburbs of Londonderry Admitted      
3 119 6 Sep 1708 John Weems Brazier   Admitted      
3 119 6 Sep 1708 David Alexander Carpenter   Admitted      
3 121 19 Oct 1708 Patrick Norris Brazier   Admitted      
3 121 19 Oct 1708 James Foster Barber   Admitted      
3 122 19 Oct 1708 Thomas Wilson Mariner   Admitted      
3 126 19 Oct 1708 Mr Alexander Squire     Admitted Wiliam Squire   "son of Alderman William Squire, deceased"
3 126 19 Oct 1708 Mr John Lennox     Admitted James Lennox   "son of Alderman James Lennox"
3 127 19 Oct 1708 Mr Robert Boyd Merchant   Admitted      
3 131 28 Jan 1708 Thomas Moncrieffe     Admitted Thomas Moncrieffe   Son of Alderman Thomas Moncrieffe.
3 131 28 Jan 1708 Mr George Gunn     Ticket of freedom      
3 136 7 Mar 1708 / 9 Thomas Broderick, Esq     Ticket of freedom     "Right Honorable Tho Broderick Esq"
3 137 15 Apr 1709 Mr James Wallock Merchant   Admitted      
3 137 15 Apr 1709 Mr Hugh Rodgers Ship carpender   Admitted      
3 137 15 Apr 1709 Mr Francis Sadler Surveyor   Ticket of freedom      
3 137 15 Apr 1709 Rev. Mr John Fryer Reverend   Ticket of freedom      
3 139 28 Apr 1709 Mr Alexander Tomkins     Ticket of freedom      
3 139 28 Apr 1709 Mr Thomas Skipton     Ticket of freedom      
3 139 28 Apr 1709 Rev. Mr Stephen Miller     Ticket of freedom      
3 139 28 Apr 1709 Mr John Grahams Attorney   Ticket of freedom      
3 141 30 Aug 1709 Archibald Mackey     Admitted      
3 141 30 Aug 1709 John Williams     Admitted      
3 141 30 Aug 1709 George Gallagher     The Chamberlain will inform them they must be Freemen to set up a shop      
3 141 30 Aug 1709 James Cochran     The Chamberlain will inform them they must be Freemen to set up a shop      
3 143 10 Oct 1709 James Cochran Merchant   Admitted      
3 143 10 Oct 1709 George Gallagher Cordwinder   Admitted      
3 143 10 Oct 1709 James Lennon Wigmaker   Admitted      
3 143 10 Oct 1709 Edward Moran Cooper   Admitted      
3 145 11 Nov 1709 Richard Tronson Mariner   Admitted      
3 149 2 Jan 1709 Rev. Mr William Leeper Reverend   Ticket of freedom      
3 149 2 Jan 1709 Rev. Mr William Hamilton Reverend   Ticket of freedom      
3 149 2 Jan 1709 Rev. Mr George Leaslie [Leslie]     Ticket of freedom      
3 149 2 Jan 1709 Capt. Thomas Stewart Captain   Ticket of freedom      
3 149 2 Jan 1709 Mr James Hamilton     Ticket of freedom      
3 149 2 Jan 1709 Mr Henry White     Ticket of freedom      
3 149 2 Jan 1709 Mr John Pillkington     Ticket of freedom      
3 149 2 Jan 1709 Mr Hugh Woolldrige     Ticket of freedom      
3 149 2 Jan 1709 Mr Edward Skipton     Ticket of freedom      
3 149 2 Jan 1709 Hugh Sloan     Admitted      
3 149 2 Jan 1709 William McMann     Admitted      
3 151 7 Jan 1709 Rev. Mr James Greffton Reverend   Ticket of freedom      
3 151 7 Jan 1709 Rev. Mr Thomas Lawson Reverend   Ticket of freedom      
3 151 7 Jan 1709 Doctor Robert Gourney Doctor   Ticket of freedom      
3 151 7 Jan 1709 Rev. Mr Lawrence Clutterbuck Reverend   Ticket of freedom      
3 151 7 Jan 1709 Rev. Mr John Challener Reverend   Ticket of freedom      
3 151 7 Jan 1709 Rev. Mr John Leas Reverend   Ticket of freedom      
3 151 7 Jan 1709 Capt. Mathew Srenge Captain   Ticket of freedom      
3 151 7 Jan 1709 Mr William Finche     Ticket of freedom      
3 151 7 Jan 1709 Mr Thomas Gage     Ticket of freedom      
3 151 7 Jan 1709 Mr Robert McCashland 

[McCausland?]

    Ticket of freedom      
3 151 7 Jan 1709 Capt. William Roan Captain   Ticket of freedom      
3 151 7 Jan 1709 Mr Henery [Henry] Cust     Ticket of freedom      
3 151 7 Jan 1709 Rev. Mr John Spotswood Reverend   Ticket of freedom      
3 151 7 Jan 1709 Rev. Mr Gideon Scot Reverend   Ticket of freedom      
3 151 7 Jan 1709 Rev. Mr James Goodlit Reverend   Ticket of freedom      
3 151 7 Jan 1709 Rev. Mr Andrew Henderson Reverend   Ticket of freedom      
3 151 7 Jan 1709 Rev. Mr Frederick Henderson Reverend   Ticket of freedom      
3 151 7 Jan 1709 Rev. Mr Nathaniell Cooper Reverend   Ticket of freedom      
3 151 7 Jan 1709 Rev. Mr Isac [Isaac] Collier Reverend   Ticket of freedom      
3 151 7 Jan 1709 Rev. Mr William Read Reverend   Ticket of freedom      
3 151 7 Jan 1709 Rev. Mr George Forbus 

[Forbes]

Reverend   Ticket of freedom      
3 151 7 Jan 1709 Rev. Mr Samuel Ellwood Reverend   Ticket of freedom      
3 151 7 Jan 1709 Rev. Mr Simon Roe Reverend   Ticket of freedom      
3 151 7 Jan 1709 Rev. Mr Adam Read Reverend   Ticket of freedom      
3 151 7 Jan 1709 Rev. Mr Paull Read Reverend   Ticket of freedom      
3 151 7 Jan 1709 Rev. Mr Robert Gardner Reverend   Ticket of freedom      
3 151 7 Jan 1709 Rev. Mr David Alderdash Reverend   Ticket of freedom      
3 151 7 Jan 1709 Rev. Mr Jeffery Faning Reverend   Ticket of freedom      
3 151 7 Jan 1709 Rev. Mr Benjamin Every Reverend   Ticket of freedom      
3 151 7 Jan 1709 Rev. Mr William Spence Reverend   Ticket of freedom      
3 151 7 Jan 1709 Rev. Mr John Humble Reverend   Ticket of freedom      
3 151 7 Jan 1709 Rev. Mr Robert Read Reverend   Ticket of freedom      
3 151 7 Jan 1709 Rev. Mr Robert Ennis Reverend   Ticket of freedom      
3 151 7 Jan 1709 Rev. Mr Clathowrthy Gowen Reverend   Ticket of freedom      
3 151 7 Jan 1709 Rev. Mr Thomas Finley Reverend   Ticket of freedom      
3 151 7 Jan 1709 Rev. Mr John Nisbett Reverend   Ticket of freedom      
3 151 7 Jan 1709 Rev. Mr James Criste

[Christie]

Reverend   Ticket of freedom      
3 151 7 Jan 1709 Rev. Mr Walter Forrest Reverend   Ticket of freedom      
3 151 7 Jan 1709 Rev. Mr Hugh Wigton Reverend   Ticket of freedom      
3 151 7 Jan 1709 Rev. Mr Nathaniel Matthews Reverend   Ticket of freedom      
3 151 7 Jan 1709 Rev. Mr Robert Morgan Reverend   Ticket of freedom      
3 151 7 Jan 1709 Rev. Mr William Gratton Reverend   Ticket of freedom      
3 151 7 Jan 1709 Mr Arthur Benson     Ticket of freedom      
3 151 7 Jan 1709 Mr Peter Benson     Ticket of freedom      
3 151 7 Jan 1709 Mr Walter Herrod     Ticket of freedom      
3 151 7 Jan 1709 Capt. George Vaughan Captain   Ticket of freedom      
3 151 7 Jan 1709 Mr William Stanley     Ticket of freedom      
3 151 7 Jan 1709 Mr Charles Garraway     Ticket of freedom      
3 151 7 Jan 1709 Mr Charles Vaughan     Ticket of freedom      
3 151 7 Jan 1709 Mr George Younge [Young]     Ticket of freedom      
3 151 7 Jan 1709 Mr Edward Carey     Ticket of freedom      
3 151 7 Jan 1709 Mr George Davenport     Ticket of freedom      
3 151 7 Jan 1709 Mr George Hart     Ticket of freedom      
3 151 7 Jan 1709 Mr Robert Younge [Young]     Ticket of freedom      
3 151 7 Jan 1709 Mr Ezekiel Benson     Ticket of freedom      
3 151 7 Jan 1709 Mr Anthony Dobbin     Ticket of freedom      
3 151 7 Jan 1709 Mr Francis Carey     Ticket of freedom      
3 151 7 Jan 1709 Mr Charles Leaslie [Leslie]     Ticket of freedom      
3 151 7 Jan 1709 Mr Staples Skipton     Ticket of freedom      
3 151 7 Jan 1709 Mr Tristrum Swetenham     Ticket of freedom      
3 151 7 Jan 1709 Mr George Swetenham     Ticket of freedom      
3 151 7 Jan 1709 Mr John Cocken     Ticket of freedom      
3 151 7 Jan 1709 Capt. James Nisbitt Captain   Ticket of freedom      
3 151 7 Jan 1709 Cornt. John Nisbitt Cornet   Ticket of freedom      
3 151 7 Jan 1709 Mr Richard Babington     Ticket of freedom      
3 151 7 Jan 1709 Henry Brooke, Esq     Ticket of freedom      
3 151 7 Jan 1709 James Hamilton   Donemanaugh Ticket of freedom      
3 151 7 Jan 1709 Mr Alexander Nisbitt     Ticket of freedom      
3 151 7 Jan 1709 Capt. John Hamilton Captain Cumber Ticket of freedom      
3 151 7 Jan 1709 Mr Henry Gray     Ticket of freedom      
3 151 7 Jan 1709 Mr James Sinclear     Ticket of freedom      
3 151 7 Jan 1709 Mr Paull Church     Ticket of freedom      
3 152 7 Jan 1709 Mr Charles Church     Ticket of freedom      
3 152 7 Jan 1709 Mr John Hodson Senr     Ticket of freedom      
3 152 7 Jan 1709 Mr John Hodson Junr     Ticket of freedom      
3 152 7 Jan 1709 Mr Richard Hodson     Ticket of freedom      
3 152 7 Jan 1709 Mr Henry Hodson     Ticket of freedom      
3 152 7 Jan 1709 Mr Arthur Church     Ticket of freedom      
3 152 7 Jan 1709 Mr Robert McKinley     Ticket of freedom      
3 152 7 Jan 1709 Mr Tristrum Swetenham     Ticket of freedom      
3 152 7 Jan 1709 Mr William Dent     Admitted      
3 153 31 Jan 1709 Cornelius Cennit 

[Sennitt?]

Meason [Mason]   Admitted      
3 153 31 Jan 1709 John Carson Currier   Admitted      
3 153 31 Jan 1709 John Hicks Butcher   Admitted      
3 153 31 Jan 1709 Thomas Elder Baker   Admitted      
3 153 31 Jan 1709 Marmaduke Haggerty Butcher   Admitted      
3 153 31 Jan 1709 John Younge [Young] Carpenter   Admitted      
3 153 31 Jan 1709 John McFarland Meason [Mason]   Admitted      
3 153 31 Jan 1709 Duncan Campbell Tanner   Admitted      
3 153 31 Jan 1709 Hugh Morrow Carpenter   Admitted      
3 153 31 Jan 1709 Richard Mullholland Smith   Admitted      
3 153 31 Jan 1709 George St. George     Admitted      
3 153 31 Jan 1709 Rev. Mr John Strong     Admitted      
3 153 31 Jan 1709 John Lecky Ensign   Admitted      
3 153 31 Jan 1709 Mr Mathew Bateman     Admitted      
3 158 25 Jul 1710 Col. Daniel Creighton Colonel   Ticket of freedom      
3 158 25 Jul 1710 Mr James Hamilton Cornett   Ticket of freedom      
3 158 25 Jul 1710 Gustavus Hamilton     Ticket of freedom      
3 158 25 Jul 1710 Mr Humphrey Gray     Ticket of freedom      
3 158 25 Jul 1710 Rev. Mr William Welch     Ticket of freedom      
3 158 25 Jul 1710 Rev. Mr Alexander Knox     Ticket of freedom      
3 158 25 Jul 1710 Rev. Mr William Campbell     Ticket of freedom      
3 158 25 Jul 1710 Rev. Mr John Robison     Ticket of freedom      
3 158 25 Jul 1710 Rev. Mr William Wight Chaplain to Col. Creighton's Regiment   Ticket of freedom      
3 158 25 Jul 1710 Capt. Thomas Stewart Captain   Ticket of freedom      
3 158 25 Jul 1710 Rev. Mr William Leeper     Ticket of freedom      
3 158 25 Jul 1710 Rev. Mr George Leaslie [Leslie]     Ticket of freedom      
3 158 25 Jul 1710 Rev. Mr William Hamilton     Ticket of freedom      
3 159 25 Jul 1710 John Marshall     Admitted      
3 159 25 Jul 1710 George Swinne Taylor   Admitted      
3 163 12 Dec 1710 James Eadie     Admitted      
3 165 2 Jan 1710 Capt. Antony Bernard     Ticket of freedom      
3 165 2 Jan 1710 Rev. Mr Thomas Wallace     Ticket of freedom      
3 165 2 Jan 1710 Rev. Mr James Southerby     Ticket of freedom      
3 165 2 Jan 1710 Rev. Mr Frances Burress 

[Burrows?]

    Ticket of freedom      
3 165 2 Jan 1710 Mr Fielding Wallace     Ticket of freedom      
3 165 2 Jan 1710 Mr Joseph Springe     Ticket of freedom      
3 167 18 Jan 1710 Mr Phillip Sullivan     Admitted      
3 167 18 Jan 1710 Mr Robert Houston Junior     Admitted      
3 167 18 Jan 1710 Mr John Kenedy     Ticket of freedom      
3 167 18 Jan 1710 Rev. Mr Daniel Tod

[Todd]

    Ticket of freedom      
3 172 2 Apr 1711 Thomas Dunbarr Merchant   Admitted      
3 172 2 Apr 1711 Alexander Gardner Blacksmith   Admitted      
3 173 14 May 1711 Henry Williams Sadler   Admitted      
3 173 14 May 1711 John Iron Cordwinder   Admitted      
3 173 14 May 1711 Henry Lecky Attorney   Ticket of freedom      
3 174 12 Jun 1711 George Bell Cordwinder   Admitted      
3 174 12 Jun 1711 John Campbell Smith   Admitted      
3 174 12 Jun 1711 Charles Bradly Glazier   Admitted      
3 174 12 Jun 1711 Samuel Peas Barber   Admitted      
3 176 27 Aug 1711 James McKesson Hatter   Admitted      
3 176 27 Aug 1711 Gilbert Smith Blacksmith   Admitted      
3 176 27 Aug 1711 John McKean Cordwinder   Admitted      
3 176 27 Aug 1711 James Tompson [Thompson] Cordwinder   Admitted      
3 176 27 Aug 1711 John Carr Cordwinder   Admitted      
3 176 27 Aug 1711 William Calhoune Cordwinder   Admitted      
3 176 27 Aug 1711 Samuel Jenkins Carpenter   Admitted      
3 176 27 Aug 1711 William Haggerty Taylor   Admitted      
3 176 27 Aug 1711 John Marshall Chapman   Admitted      
3 177 21 Sep 1711 Right Honorable James Lord Viscount Paisley     Ticket of freedom      
3 177 21 Sep 1711 Mr Justice Upton     Ticket of freedom      
3 177 21 Sep 1711 Mr George Hassell     Ticket of freedom      
3 181 2 Nov 1711 William Paterson Merchant   Admitted      
3 181 2 Nov 1711 Gervis Kenedy Merchant   Admitted      
3 181 2 Nov 1711 Andrew McKillwain 

[McIlwaine]

Merchant   Admitted      
3 181 2 Nov 1711 William Delay

[Delap?]

Merchant   Admitted      
3 192 6 Mar 1711 Thomas Wright Butcher   Admitted      
3 192 6 Mar 1711 Thomas Gethinger Barbier [Barber]   Admitted      
3 192 6 Mar 1711 Hugh Davis Cordwinder   Admitted      
3 192 6 Mar 1711 William Buchanan Barbier [Barber]   Admitted      
3 192 6 Mar 1711 Andrew Kinneer Carpenter   Admitted      
3 193 5 May 1712 Thomas Wright Butcher   Removed as a Freeman      
3 195 7 Jul 1712 Mr Samuel Maxwell Apothecary   Admitted      
3 196 15 Aug 1712 Rev. Father in God Edward Lord Bpp of Down & Connor     Ticket of freedom      
3 196 15 Aug 1712 Rev. Benjamin Pratt Provost of Trinity College Dublin Ticket of freedom      
3 196 15 Aug 1712 Rev. Doctor Claud Gilbert     Ticket of freedom      
3 196 15 Aug 1712 Rev. Doctor John Elwood     Ticket of freedom      
3 196 15 Aug 1712 John Smitty, Esq     Ticket of freedom      
3 196 15 Aug 1712 Josua Dawson, Esq     Ticket of freedom      
3 196 15 Aug 1712 Capt. Brent Butler Captain   Ticket of freedom      
3 198 4 Oct 1712 Major General Edward Pearce Major General   Ticket of freedom      
3 198 4 Oct 1712 Capt. Edward Pearce Captain   Ticket of freedom     son of Major General Edward Pearce
3 198 4 Oct 1712 William Wilson Mariner   Admitted      
3 198 4 Oct 1712 John Casberg Mariner   Admitted      
3 198 4 Oct 1712 Marmaduke Knowell     Admitted      
3 200 22 Nov 1712 Lewis Ratclife Mariner   Admitted      
3 200 22 Nov 1712 William Merson     Admitted      
3 200 22 Nov 1712 Samuell Ferguson Merchant   Admitted      
3 201 19 Dec 1712 Major Thomas Hadcock     Ticket of freedom      
3 203 29 Jan 1712 Mr John Ewing     Admitted      
3 203 29 Jan 1712 Mr Robert Mortimer Merchant   Admitted      
3 203 29 Jan 1712 Nathaniel Alexander Tanner   Will be admitted when he resides in the city      
3 208 17 Mar 1712 / 13 James Pearson Chapman   Admitted      
3 208 17 Mar 1712 / 13 Widow McFarlane poor woman   To receive 5 shillings      
3 210 19 May 1713 Mr William Forward     Ticket of freedom      
3 211 3 Jun 1713 Rev. Mr Peter Ward     Ticket of freedom      
3 211 15 Jun 1713 Rev. Mr Gervis Semple     Ticket of freedom      
3 211 15 Jun 1713 Adam Ormsby, Esq     Ticket of freedom      
3 211 5 Aug 1713 Mr Justice Nutly     Ticket of freedom      
3 211 5 Aug 1713 Sir Marcus Berrisford     Ticket of freedom      
3 211 5 Aug 1713 Mr George Louther 

[Lowther]

    Ticket of freedom      
3 211 5 Aug 1713 Mr Arthur Carey     Ticket of freedom      
3 212 29 Aug 1713 James Brown Stationer   Admitted      
3 212 29 Aug 1713 Thomas Baker Merchant   Admitted      
3 212 29 Aug 1713 John Davey Merchant   Admitted      
3 212 29 Aug 1713 John Gifford Merchant   Admitted      
3 212 29 Aug 1713 John Coningham

[Cunningham]

Merchant   Admitted      
3 212 29 Aug 1713 William Crumly Taylor   Admitted      
3 212 29 Aug 1713 John Love Merchant   Admitted, will be sworm when he resides in the city      
3 214 31 Aug 1713 Ninian Spence Merchant   Admitted      
3 214 31 Aug 1713 John Stanly Apothecary   Admitted      
3 214 31 Aug 1713 Andrew Melvin Mariner   Admitted      
3 214 9 Sep 1713 Right Honorable George Earle of Dunbarton     Ticket of freedom      
3 214 9 Sep 1713 Capt. William Wansborough Captain   Ticket of freedom      
3 214 9 Sep 1713 Capt. James Fleming Captain   Ticket of freedom      
3 214 9 Sep 1713 Capt. ____ Hanmaker

[Handmaker]

Captain   Ticket of freedom      
3 217 25 Nov 1713 Mr Thomas Grove     Ticket of freedom      
3 217 25 Nov 1713 Mr William Jackson     Ticket of freedom      
3 219 2 Jan 1713 Mr Robert Graham Attorney   Admitted      
3 221 8 Feb 1713 Mr Robert Liston Merchant   Admitted      
3 221 8 Feb 1713 John Godfrey Chapman   Admitted      
3 223 1 Mar 1713 William Knox Chapman   Admitted      
3 223 1 Mar 1713 Lieut. Ambrose Burrowes Lieutenant   Ticket of freedom      
3 226 26 Apr 1714 General Evans General   Ticket of freedom      
3 226 26 Apr 1714 Capt. ___ Archer Captain   Ticket of freedom      
3 228 18 Jun 1714 William Killpatrick Shopkeeper   Admitted      
3 228 18 Jun 1714 James Mackey Merchant   Admitted      
3 228 18 Jun 1714 Alexander McClintock Merchant   Admitted      
3 228 18 Jun 1714 James Patton Cutler   Admitted      
3 229 18 Jun 1714 John Lord Bpp of Derry     Ticket of freedom      
3 229 18 Jun 1714 George Jeffery, Esq     Ticket of freedom      
3 229 18 Jun 1714 William Stewart Ensign   Ticket of freedom      
3 229 23 Jun 1714 Capt. Samuel Warren Captain   Ticket of freedom      
3 229 23 Jun 1714 Capt. Thomas Gardner Captain   Ticket of freedom      
3 229 23 Jun 1714 Rev. Mr Samuel Close Reverend   Ticket of freedom      
3 229 9 Jul 1714 Major Phillip Dunbarr     Ticket of freedom      
3 229 9 Jul 1714 Philemon Brownloe

[Brownlow]

    Ticket of freedom      
3 229 9 Jul 1714 Richard Williams Cordwinder   Admitted      
3 230 20 Jul 1714 Rev. Doctor John Hall Reverend   Ticket of freedom      
3 230 20 Jul 1714 Col. William Berry Colonel   Ticket of freedom      
3 230 20 Jul 1714 Mr John Brownlow     Ticket of freedom      
3 230 20 Jul 1714 Mr Henry Newburgh     Ticket of freedom      
3 230 20 Jul 1714 Mr Alexander Andrews     Ticket of freedom      
3 230 20 Jul 1714 John Weems Junior Brazier   Admitted      
3 231 4 Aug 1714 Mr James Kenedy     Admitted      
3 231 4 Aug 1714 Mr Gabriel Ash Merchant   Admitted      
3 231 4 Aug 1714 Capt. John Ash Captain   Ticket of freedom      
3 232 10 Aug 1714 Major David Dunbarr     Ticket of freedom      
3 233 27 Aug 1714 Patrick Norris Brazier   Admitted      
3 235 11 Sep 1714 John Hamilton Innkeeper   Admitted      
3 235 11 Sep 1714 Rev. Mr Thomas Daniel Reverend   Ticket of freedom      
3 235 11 Sep 1714 Rev. Mr Thomas Brewster Reverend   Ticket of freedom      
3 235 11 Sep 1714 Rev. Mr George McGlaughlin

[McLaughlin]

Reverend   Ticket of freedom      
3 235 11 Sep 1714 Doctor Rose Doctor   Ticket of freedom      
3 236 11 Oct 1714 William Ellis Cooper   Admitted      
3 236 11 Oct 1714 James Ewing Cordwinder   Admitted      
3 236 11 Oct 1714 George Johnston Glover   Admitted      
3 236 11 Oct 1714 Mr John Creighton     Ticket of freedom      
3 241 9 Dec 1714 Mr William Stevenson Apothecary   Admitted      
3 241 9 Dec 1714 Mr John Finley Merchant   Admitted      
3 241 9 Dec 1714 Right Rev. Father in God Edward Lord Bpp of Raphoe     Ticket of freedom      
3 241 9 Dec 1714 Mr Timothy Dun

[Dunn]

    Ticket of freedom      
3 241 9 Dec 1714 Col. John Allen Colonel   Ticket of freedom      
3 241 9 Dec 1714 Mr Richard Bolton     Ticket of freedom      
3 241 9 Dec 1714 Mr Gilbert Wallace     Ticket of freedom      
3 244 3 Jan 1714 Samuel Fox Merchant   Admitted      
3 245 31 Jan 1714 Hugh Brown Printer   Will be admitted when he resides in the city      
3 245 31 Jan 1714 William Barre Tanner   Admitted      
3 248 24 Mar 1714 Henry Hart Merchant   Admitted      
3 248 24 Mar 1714 James Bryan Sadler   Admitted      
3 249 29 Mar 1715 John Peacock Smith   Admitted      
3 249 29 Mar 1715 Jeremiah Gardner Merchant   Admitted      
3 249 29 Mar 1715 Benjamin Davis Merchant   Admitted      
3 250 2 May 1715 Joseph Brown Steelmaker   Admitted      
3 250 2 May 1715 Alexander Baird Blockmaker   Admitted      
3 251 11 Jun 1715 His Grace the Lord Primate of all Ireland     Ticket of freedom      
3 251 11 Jun 1715 Mr Cross     Ticket of freedom     "came here with his Grace"
3 251 11 Jun 1715 Doctor Wy

[Wye]

    Ticket of freedom     "came here with his Grace"
3 251 11 Jun 1715 Lieut. James Lees Lieutenant   Ticket of freedom     "born in this City"
3 251 11 Jun 1715 Mr Mayor     Provide Entertainment for His Grace and company      
3 251 11 Jun 1715 Alderman Tomkins Alderman   Provide Entertainment for His Grace and company      
3 251 11 Jun 1715 Alderman Alexander Tomkins Alderman   Provide Entertainment for His Grace and company      
3 251 11 Jun 1715 Alderman Mathew Squire Alderman   Provide Entertainment for His Grace and company      
3 251 11 Jun 1715 Mr Sherriffe Taylor     Provide Entertainment for His Grace and company      
3 251 11 Jun 1715 Robert Hampton Merchant   Admitted      
3 252 17 Aug 1715 William Carnaughon Cooper   Admitted      
3 252 17 Aug 1715 William Johnston Cooper   Admitted      
3 252 17 Aug 1715 Joseph Read Cooper   Admitted      
3 252 17 Aug 1715 Alexander Harvey Cooper   Admitted      
3 252 17 Aug 1715 Bryan Weezell Cooper   Admitted      
3 252 17 Aug 1715 William Arnott Cooper   Admitted      
3 252 17 Aug 1715 Robert Bell Cordwinder   Admitted      
3 252 17 Aug 1715 John Johnston Brazier   Admitted      
3 253 2 Sep 1715 George Crookshankes

[Crookshank]

Mariner   Admitted      
3 253 2 Sep 1715 Andrew Stewart Merchant   Admitted      
3 256 2 Jan 1715 William Lin Apothecary   Admitted      
3 263 24 May 1716 Mr Arthur McCreckan 

[McCracken]

Merchant   Admitted      
3 263 24 May 1716 Mr Samuel Cowden Merchant   Admitted      
3 263 24 May 1716 Mr Robert Elder Merchant   Admitted      
3 263 29 May 1716 Col. George Burston Colonel   Ticket of freedom      
3 263 29 May 1716 Capt. Stephen Sannderson Captain   Ticket of freedom      
3 263 29 May 1716 Capt. George Gordon Captain   Ticket of freedom      
3 263 29 May 1716 Mr William Boyle     Ticket of freedom      
3 263 29 May 1716 Mr William Lennox     Ticket of freedom      
3 264 31 May 1716 Doctor Thomas Hesketh Chaplain to the Regiment   Ticket of freedom      
3 264 31 May 1716 William

Crafford [Crawford]

Taylor   Admitted      
3 264 31 May 1716 Laughlin McFaden Taylor   Admitted      
3 266 2 Nov 1716 Walter

Coningham [Cunningham]

Merchant   Admitted      
3 266 2 Nov 1716 Thomas Barton Merchant   Admitted      
3 266 2 Nov 1716 John Stocks Merchant   Admitted      
3 266 2 Nov 1716 James King Cooper   Admitted      
3 266 2 Nov 1716 John Jamison Cooper   Admitted      
3 266 2 Nov 1716 George Figsby Smith   Admitted      
3 266 2 Nov 1716 John Gardner Smith   Admitted      
3 266 2 Nov 1716 James Christy Ship Carpenter   Admitted      
3 266 2 Nov 1716 John Johnston Carpenter   Admitted      
3 266 2 Nov 1716 James Walpin 

[McAlpin?]

Merchant   Admitted      
3 268 27 Nov 1716 Alexander Rankeing 

[Rankin]

Apothecary   Admitted      
3 268 27 Nov 1716 William Ash Apothecary   Admitted      
3 268 27 Nov 1716 William Graham Apothecary   Admitted      
3 268 27 Nov 1716 Robert Harvey Tanner   Admitted      
3 268 27 Nov 1716 Christopher Wiliam Merchant   Admitted      
3 268 27 Nov 1716 Richard Coningham 

[Cunningham]

Merchant   Admitted      
3 268 27 Nov 1716 Williams Shawe Carpenter   Admitted      
3 268 27 Nov 1716 Archibald Colbreth 

[Galbraith?]

Carpenter   Admitted      
3 270 20 Dec 1716 John Hamilton Mariner   Admitted      
3 270 20 Dec 1716 James Alexander Merchant   Admitted      
3 273 1 Feb 1716 George Cumberforde 

[Comerford]

Sadler   Admitted      
3 273 1 Feb 1716 Patrick Ewing Merchant   Admitted      
3 273 1 Feb 1716 Joseph Sandilan

[Sandiland]

Baker   Admitted      
3 273 1 Feb 1716 Robert McKean     Opened a shop without being a Freeman      
3 278 21 Feb 1716 Robert McKean Merchant   Admitted      
3 279 11 Apr 1717 William Henderson Merchant   Admitted      
3 279 11 Apr 1717 Mathew Leeson Merchant   Admitted      
3 279 11 Apr 1717 Thomas Hutcheson Mariner   Admitted      
3 280 7 May 1717 Brigardier Borr     Ticket of freedom      
3 280 7 May 1717 Col. Lee Colonel   Ticket of freedom      
3 280 7 May 1717 Major Kemp Major   Ticket of freedom      
3 280 7 May 1717 Capt. Denit 

[Dent/ Dennett?]

Captain   Ticket of freedom      
3 280 7 May 1717 Capt. Colbrun Captain   Ticket of freedom      
3 280 7 May 1717 Capt. Stone Captain   Ticket of freedom      
3 280 7 May 1717 Alderman Mathew Squire Alderman   Provide entertainment      
3 281 8 May 1717 Rev. Mr William Lyburn 

[Lightburn]

    Ticket of freedom      
3 281 8 May 1717 Mr Joseph Bolton     Ticket of freedom      
3 281 8 May 1717 Mr William Molseworth   Dublin Ticket of freedom      
3 282 5 Sep 1717 Alderman John Moore Alderman   To buy wine for Brigadier Borr      
3 282 5 Sep 1717 Brigadier Borr Brigadier   Ticket of freedom      
3 282 5 Sep 1717 William Nugent Merchant   Admitted      
3 282 5 Sep 1717 Adam Haggerty Tanner   Admitted      
3 282 5 Sep 1717 Moses Walker Cordwinder   Admitted      
3 282 5 Sep 1717 James Burns Cordwinder   Admitted      
3 282 5 Sep 1717 John Abbot Smith   Admitted      
3 282 5 Sep 1717 Alexander McAlister Wigmaker   Admitted      
3 282 5 Sep 1717 John Campble [Campbell] Cooper   Admitted      
3 284 2 Nov 1717 Mr Samuel Gordon Mariner   Admitted      
3 284 2 Nov 1717 Mr Samuel Davey Merchant   Admitted      
3 284 2 Nov 1717 Mr Thomas Atkinson Merchant   Admitted      
3 285 21 Dec 1717 William Cairnes Merchant   Admitted      
3 285 21 Dec 1717 Robert Buchanon Taylor   Admitted      
3 285 21 Dec 1717 Mathew Veale Glazier   Admitted      
3 285 21 Dec 1717 Andrew Martin Wigmaker   Admitted      
3 285 21 Dec 1717 Thomas Coningham 

[Cunningham]

Wigmaker   Admitted      
3 288 15 Jan 1717 Rev. Mr William Percival Reverend   Ticket of freedom      
3 293 3 Mar 1717 Lieut. Col. John Ramsay Lieutenant Colonel   Ticket of freedom      
3 293 3 Mar 1717 Capt. Edward Cullumbin Captain   Ticket of freedom      
3 293 3 Mar 1717 Capt. John Murray Captain   Ticket of freedom      
3 293 3 Mar 1717 Capt. Radcliffe Bradley Captain   Ticket of freedom      
3 294 21 Jun 1718 Leaslie Knox Merchant   Admitted      
3 294 21 Jun 1718 William McClintock Merchant   Admitted      
3 294 21 Jun 1718 John Given Currier   Admitted      
3 294 21 Jun 1718 Brice Blaire Taylor   Conducted trade without being a Freeman     "he intended very suddendly to transport. himself to New England...therefore that the action depending against him be withdrawn"
3 294 21 Jun 1718 Derby Carbery Taylor   Conducted trade without being a Freeman     Petition against him withdrawn but him being admitted Freeman postponed until next Council
3 294 21 Jun 1718 David Caldwell Taylor   Conducted trade without being a Freeman     Petition against him withdrawn but him being admitted Freeman postponed until next Council
3 295 4 Jul 1718 Rev. Dr. Thomas Benson Reverend   Ticket of freedom      
3 295 4 Jul 1718 Rev. Mr James Richardson Reverend   Ticket of freedom      
3 295 4 Jul 1718 Mr John Nicholson     Ticket of freedom      
3 295 4 Jul 1718 Capt. Edmund Martin Captain   Ticket of freedom      
3 295 4 Jul 1718 Mr Thomas Pearson     Ticket of freedom      
3 295 4 Jul 1718 Mr William Rowan     Ticket of freedom      
3 296 4 Jul 1718 Mr James Vance Mariner   Admitted      
3 298 2 Nov 1718 Alexander Cuming Sergeant   Admitted      
3 298 2 Nov 1718 Mr James Cochran Merchant   Chosen by Sergeant Alexander Cuming to be his security      
3 298 2 Nov 1718 Mr John Stocks Innkeeper   Chosen by Sergeant Alexander Cuming to be his security      
3 308 1 Apr 1719 William Ball, Esq     Ticket of freedom      
3 308 1 Apr 1719 Ezekiel Stewart, Esq     Ticket of freedom      
3 308 1 Apr 1719 Mr Aleander Knox     Ticket of freedom      
3 308 1 Apr 1719 Mr Edward Lee     Ticket of freedom      
3 308 1 Apr 1719 William Hunter Ship Carpenter   Admitted      
3 308 1 Apr 1719 Mr John Hamilton     Fee paid at admittance to be remitted     Based on new rule that sons-in-law of a Alderman of Burgess to be admitted without fee
3 309 26 May 1719 David Walt Merchant   Admitted      
3 309 26 May 1719 Richard Thomas Ropemaker   Admitted      
3 309 26 May 1719 Rev. Mr Bellingham Manleverer   Ticket of freedom      
3 309 26 May 1719 Major Hugh Sample     Ticket of freedom      
3 310 3 Jul 1719 Mr Henry Dixon     Admitted      
3 311 2 Nov 1719 Alexander Parke Innkeeper   Admitted      
3 312 27 Nov 1719 Rev. Mr Joseph Rothery     Ticket of freedom      
3 312 27 Nov 1719 Mr John Nicolson     Ticket of freedom      
3 312 27 Nov 1719 John Clinton Shoemaker   Admitted      
3 312 27 Nov 1719 Valentine Hardin 

[Harding?]

Currier   Admitted      
3 317 22 Apr 1720 Right Honorable Henry Lord Baron Santry Governor of this City     Ticket of freedom      
3 317 22 Apr 1720 Mr John Keating     Ticket of freedom      
3 317 22 Apr 1720 Col. Booth     Ticket of freedom      
3 317 22 Apr 1720 Capt. Barry     Ticket of freedom      
3 317 22 Apr 1720 Rev. Mr James Ward     Ticket of freedom      
3 317 22 Apr 1720 Mr Henry Dent     Ticket of freedom      
3 324 16 Sep 1720 Mr Robert Spotswood Merchant   Admitted      
3 324 16 Sep 1720 Capt. Walter Johnston Captain   Ticket of freedom      
3 328 2 Jan 1720 Mr John King Merchant   Admitted      
3 328 2 Jan 1720 Mr Zachry Litler     Admitted      
3 328 2 Jan 1720 Mr Stephen Husbands Cuttler   Admitted      
4 3 15 Mar 1720 Mr William Galland     Ticket of freedom      
4 3 15 Mar 1720 Mr Thomas Collier     Ticket of freedom      
4 3 15 Mar 1720 Mr William Dent     Ticket of freedom      
4 3 15 Mar 1720 Mr James Ash     Ticket of freedom      
4 5 5 Jun 1721 Mr Robert Merson     Admitted      
4 6 2 Oct 1721 Coningham

[Cunningham]

McAlpin
Merchant   Admitted      
4 6 2 Oct 1721 John Maseroon Cordwinder   Admitted      
4 6 2 Oct 1721 Robert Nixon Wigmaker   Admitted      
4 6 2 Oct 1721 John Godfry Glover   Admitted      
4 6 2 Oct 1721 Edward Carlo Glover   Admitted      
4 6 2 Oct 1721 Henry Burnside Carpenter   Admitted      
4 6 2 Oct 1721 Samuel Ewing Merchant   Admitted      
4 7 21 Oct 1721 James Earle of Barrimore     Ticket of freedom      
4 7 21 Oct 1721 Rev. Mr William Chichester     Ticket of freedom      
4 7 21 Oct 1721 Rev. Doctor David Barry     Ticket of freedom      
4 7 21 Oct 1721 Lieut. Col. Townsend     Ticket of freedom      
4 7 21 Oct 1721 Capt. William Norris     Ticket of freedom      
4 7 21 Oct 1721 Capt. Daniel Negas     Ticket of freedom      
4 7 21 Oct 1721 Capt. Lewis Ormsby     Ticket of freedom      
4 7 21 Oct 1721 Hans Hamilton, Esq     Ticket of freedom      
4 7 21 Oct 1721 Robert Green, Esq     Ticket of freedom      
4 7 21 Oct 1721 Mr George Ross     Ticket of freedom      
4 12 2 Jan 1721 Mr Robert Duglish Mariner   Admitted      
4 12 2 Jan 1721 Mr William Hogg Mariner   Admitted      
4 25 20 Jul 1722 Mr Theodore Barbour     Ticket of freedom      
4 27 8 Aug 1722 Brigadier Knapper or Napper     Ticket of freedom      
4 27 8 Aug 1722 Lord Blainy     Ticket of freedom      
4 27 8 Aug 1722 Col. Bowles     Ticket of freedom      
4 27 8 Aug 1722 Major Brown     Ticket of freedom      
4 27 8 Aug 1722 Capt. Johnston     Ticket of freedom      
4 27 8 Aug 1722 Capt. Sandford     Ticket of freedom      
4 27 8 Aug 1722 Capt. Artnall     Ticket of freedom      
4 27 8 Aug 1722 Capt. Grant     Ticket of freedom      
4 27 8 Aug 1722 Capt. Critch     Ticket of freedom      
4 27 8 Aug 1722 Rev. Mr Mathewson     Ticket of freedom      
4 27 8 Aug 1722 Lieut. Col Dalston     Ticket of freedom      
4 28 16 Sep 1722 Mr Joseph Fisher     Ticket of freedom      
4 28 16 Sep 1722 Mr Joseph Fisher     Ticket of freedom     Son of the other Mr Joseph Fisher
4 28 16 Sep 1722 Alderman Moore     To give Mr Joseph Fisher and his son a glass of wine      
4 28 16 Sep 1722 Mr James Cowden Apothecary   Admitted      
4 31 13 Nov 1722 Mr Alexander Wallock Mariner   Admitted      
4 31 13 Nov 1722 Mr Robert Cross Merchant   Admitted      
4 31 13 Nov 1722 Mr Ulisses Burgh     Ticket of freedom      
4 32 27 Nov 1722 Hugh Edwards, Esq     Ticket of freedom      
4 40 4 Feb 1722 Henry Cary, Esq     Ticket of freedom      
4 40 4 Feb 1722 Mr Edward Cary     Ticket of freedom      
4 40 4 Feb 1722 Mr John Daivs 

[Davis]

    Ticket of freedom      
4 40 4 Feb 1722 Mr Henry McNeile     Ticket of freedom      
4 44 19 Apr 1723 William Montgomery Merchant   Admitted      
4 44 19 Apr 1723 Archibald Coningham 

[Cunningham]

Merchant   Admitted      
4 44 19 Apr 1723 John Gonne Merchant   Admitted      
4 44 19 Apr 1723 Jacob Hanna Cooper   Admitted      
4 44 19 Apr 1723 John Gradinick Cooper   Admitted      
4 44 19 Apr 1723 Anguis Smith Blacksmith   Admitted      
4 44 19 Apr 1723 William Skammon Gunsmith   Admitted      
4 44 19 Apr 1723 Robert Carr Tanner   Admitted      
4 46 26 Apr 1723 John Ball, Esq     Ticket of freedom      
4 51 8 May 1723 Mr Bartholomew McNaughton     Ticket of freedom      
4 51 8 May 1723 Mr John Leasly

[Leslie]

    Ticket of freedom      
4 51 8 May 1723 Mr Chalres Linn     Admitted      
4 51 8 May 1723 Mr George Cary     Admitted      
4 52 24 May 1723 Thomas Ferguson Merchant   Admitted      
4 52 24 May 1723 Adam Laghlin

[Laughlin]

Cordwinder   Admitted      
4 54 26 Jul 1723 Robert Watson Silversmith   Admitted      
4 54 26 Jul 1723 William Johnston Meason [Mason]   Admitted      
4 54 26 Jul 1723 Peter Gwin Meason [Mason]   Admitted      
4 54 26 Jul 1723 William Meason Meason [Mason]   Admitted      
4 54 26 Jul 1723 Daniel Dougherty Meason [Mason]   Admitted      
4 54 26 Jul 1723 James Brinan Meason [Mason]   Admitted      
4 54 26 Jul 1723 John Stamon Meason [Mason]   Admitted      
4 54 26 Jul 1723 George Limrick

[Limbrick]

Gunsmith   Admitted      
4 54 26 Jul 1723 George Dixon Farrier   Admitted      
4 54 26 Jul 1723 Robert Martin Smith   Admitted      
4 54 26 Jul 1723 William McEllroy Wigmaker   Admitted      
4 54 26 Jul 1723 Samuel McCreckan 

[McCracken]

Wigmaker   Admitted      
4 54 26 Jul 1723 James Moderll 

[Motherwell]

Tanner   Admitted      
4 54 26 Jul 1723 Rowly Bacon Baker   Admitted      
4 54 26 Jul 1723 John Lawrence Cutler   Admitted      
4 55 26 Jul 1723 Rev. Mr Thomas Warren     Ticket of freedom      
4 55 26 Jul 1723 Rev. Mr Patrick Hamilton     Ticket of freedom      
4 55 26 Jul 1723 Mr Thomas Collier     Ticket of freedom      
4 57 16 Aug 1723 Mr William Edgar     Ticket of freedom      
4 57 16 Aug 1723 Victor Barry Tanner   Admitted      
4 57 16 Aug 1723 Robert Walker Cordwinder   Admitted      
4 57 16 Aug 1723 William Maughen Innkeeper   Admitted      
4 59 2 Dec 1723 John Moor Junr Merchant   Admitted      
4 59 2 Dec 1723 Ezekiel Coningham

[Cunningham]

Merchant   Admitted      
4 59 2 Dec 1723 Frederick Coningham

[Cunningham]

Mariner   Admitted      
4 59 2 Dec 1723 David Stinston

[Stinson]

Maltster   Admitted      
4 59 2 Dec 1723 Robert Brooks Glazier   Admitted      
4 59 2 Dec 1723 Daniel McGlaughlin Ropemaker   Admitted      
4 63 2 Jan 1723 John Carson Carpenter   Admitted      
4 63 2 Jan 1723 William Boman

[Bowman]

Carpenter   Admitted      
4 63 2 Jan 1723 Isac [Isaac] Lowry Mariner   Admitted     No admittance fee
4 63 2 Jan 1723 Peter Maseroon Cordwinder   Admitted     No admittance fee
4 64 1 Feb 1723 James McDonagh Currier   Admitted      
4 64 1 Feb 1723 Henry White Cordwinder   Admitted      
4 64 1 Feb 1723 John Deniston Wigmaker   Admitted      
4 64 1 Feb 1723 Duncan McGee Taylor   Admitted      
4 64 1 Feb 1723 John Bratton Taylor   Admitted      
4 64 1 Feb 1723 John Gamble Glover   Admitted      
4 68 7 Mar 1723 / 4 Richard Sevill

[Saville?]

    Arrested for selling goods while not being a Freeman      
4 68 7 Mar 1723 / 4 Archibald Bruce Chapman   Arrested for selling goods while not being a Freeman      
4 68 7 Mar 1723 / 4 Mr Forges Spaight     Ticket of freedom      
4 70 9 Apr 1724 Andrew Kinneer Carpenter   Removed from Corporation     He "removed his family out of this City into anouther County"
4 70 15 May 1724 Rev. Dr. Berkeley, Dean [of Derry]   Londonderry Ticket of freedom      
4 70 15 May 1724 Rev. Mr King     Ticket of freedom      
4 70 15 May 1724 Mr Prior     Ticket of freedom     Came with Mr. Dean
4 71 15 May 1724 Robert Skipton     Admitted      
4 71 15 May 1724 Robert Boyd     Admitted      
4 71 15 May 1724 John Osburne     Admitted      
4 71 15 May 1724 Henry Downing     Ticket of freedom      
4 71 15 May 1724 George Coningham, Esq

[Cunningham]

    Ticket of freedom      
4 71 15 May 1724 Capt. John Cochran     Ticket of freedom      
4 71 15 May 1724 George Evory     Chamberlain to fix the Common Seal to a Certificate for him      
4 72 25 Jun 1724 Mr Gabriel Ash Rainey     Ticket of freedom      
4 72 25 Jun 1724 Mr Thomas Hart     Ticket of freedom      
4 72 25 Jun 1724 Mr Michael Stewetson

[Stewartson]

    Ticket of freedom      
4 72 25 Jun 1724 William Farrell     Admitted     Admitted without paying fees
4 72 25 Jun 1724 Daniel Collins     Admitted     Admitted without paying fees
4 73 2 Sep 1724 Mr George Spaight     Ticket of freedom      
4 73 2 Sep 1724 Mr Shalleross Ash     Ticket of freedom      
4 77 17 Nov 1724 William Richardson, Esq     Ticket of freedom      
4 77 17 Nov 1724 Samuel Ewing     Admitted      
4 77 17 Nov 1724 James Bogle     Admitted      
4 79 4 Dec 1724 George Ewart     Admitted      
4 79 4 Dec 1724 Nicholas Ewart     Admitted      
4 79 4 Dec 1724 Marino Porter     Ticket of freedom      
4 79 4 Dec 1724 Mr William Baker     Ticket of freedom      
4 80 31 Dec 1724 James Evory     Admitted      
4 81 2 Jan 1724 Mr William Folliard     Ticket of freedom      
4 83 1 Feb 1724 Rev. Mr James Smith     Ticket of freedom      
4 85 4 Feb 1724 Mr William Hamilton     Ticket of freedom     Son-in-law to Mr James Ash
4 87 8 Mar 1724 Mr Justice Parnell     Ticket of freedom      
4 87 8 Mar 1724 Richard Civill 

[Saville?]

    Admitted      
4 88 16 Mar 1724 Col. Robert Hayes     Ticket of freedom     "...and several officers and surgeon of his chore now in Garrison in this city and at Killmore, whose names are following..."
4 88 16 Mar 1724 Col. Robert Hayes     Ticket of freedom      
4 88 16 Mar 1724 Major Michael Brandreth     Ticket of freedom      
4 88 16 Mar 1724 Capt. John Hely     Ticket of freedom      
4 88 16 Mar 1724 Capt. William Whickham     Ticket of freedom      
4 88 16 Mar 1724 Capt. Maurice Powell     Ticket of freedom      
4 88 16 Mar 1724 Capt. Henry Dolemilier     Ticket of freedom      
4 88 16 Mar 1724 Capt. William Freeman     Ticket of freedom      
4 88 16 Mar 1724 Capt. Hugh Montgomery     Ticket of freedom      
4 88 16 Mar 1724 Capt. Humphrey Brown     Ticket of freedom      
4 88 16 Mar 1724 Capt. Timothy White     Ticket of freedom      
4 88 16 Mar 1724 Lieut. William Churchill     Ticket of freedom      
4 88 16 Mar 1724 Lieut. Thomas Speedy     Ticket of freedom      
4 88 16 Mar 1724 Lieut. John Lovell     Ticket of freedom      
4 88 16 Mar 1724 Lieut John Brushfield     Ticket of freedom      
4 88 16 Mar 1724 Lieut Michael Studholm     Ticket of freedom      
4 88 16 Mar 1724 Ensign Thomas Parker     Ticket of freedom      
4 88 16 Mar 1724 Ensign Robert Sterne     Ticket of freedom      
4 88 16 Mar 1724 Ensign John Barkley     Ticket of freedom      
4 88 16 Mar 1724 Ensign Robert Freeman     Ticket of freedom      
4 88 16 Mar 1724 Ensign Henry Hart     Ticket of freedom      
4 88 16 Mar 1724 Adjutant Rowland Lafevere     Ticket of freedom      
4 88 16 Mar 1724 Doctor William Dixon     Ticket of freedom      
4 88 16 Mar 1724 Stephen Dobson Carpenter   Admitted      
4 92 8 Jul 1725 Lieut. Col. Stephen Cornwallis     Ticket of freedom      
4 92 8 Jul 1725 Ensign Channier     Ticket of freedom      
4 92 8 Jul 1725 William Grove, Esq     Ticket of freedom      
4 92 8 Jul 1725 Michael Ward, Esq     Ticket of freedom      
4 93 21 Aug 1725 Isac [Isaac] Pike     Ticket of freedom      
4 93 21 Aug 1725 George Norris, Eqsr     Ticket of freedom      
4 93 21 Aug 1725 Capt. Toby Mulloy     Ticket of freedom      
4 93 21 Aug 1725 Capt. James Cole     Ticket of freedom      
4 93 21 Aug 1725 Lieut. Thomas Ratten     Ticket of freedom      
4 93 21 Aug 1725 Lieut. Thomas Ford     Ticket of freedom      
4 93 21 Aug 1725 Ensign Lloyd     Ticket of freedom      
4 93 21 Aug 1725 Cornet Balfour     Ticket of freedom      
4 93 21 Aug 1725 Capt. John Wooton     Ticket of freedom      
4 93 21 Aug 1725 Mr George Gregory     Ticket of freedom      
4 93 21 Aug 1725 James Moore     Admitted      
4 94 25 Oct 1725 John Ker Linendraper   Admitted      
4 94 25 Oct 1725 Cornet Thomas McManns     Ticket of freedom      
4 94 25 Oct 1725 Mr Thomas Kinnard     Ticket of freedom      
4 95 2 Nov 1725 John Davis, Esq Merchant   Admitted      
4 96 2 Nov 1725 Robert Kennedy     Fine reduced     Fine "for selling food in this city not being free"
4 98 3 Jan 1725 Mr William McCausland     Ticket of freedom      
4 99 22 Jan 1725 Mr William Lecky     Ticket of freedom      
4 99 22 Jan 1725 Mr William Scott     Ticket of freedom      
4 99 22 Jan 1725 Mr John Blackall     Ticket of freedom      
4 99 22 Jan 1725 Rev. Mr George McLaughlin     Ticket of freedom      
4 99 22 Jan 1725 Mr Samuel Ross     Ticket of freedom      
4 99 22 Jan 1725 Rev. Mr William Crawford     Ticket of freedom      
4 102 7 Feb 1725 James Getty Mariner   Admitted      
4 103 21 Apr 1726 Mr Attorney General Rogerson now Lord Judge of Assize   Ticket of freedom      
4 103 21 Apr 1726 Joseph Boggs     Admitted      
4 104 8 Jul 1726 Eleazer Jenkins Carpenter   Admitted      
4 104 8 Jul 1726 William Givin Chapman   Admitted      
4 104 8 Jul 1726 William Richardson Wigmaker   Admitted      
4 104 8 Jul 1726 George Wallace Wigmaker   Admitted      
4 104 8 Jul 1726 Mr Justice Bernard     Ticket of freedom      
4 104 8 Jul 1726 Mr Prime Sergeant Singleton     Ticket of freedom      
4 105 12 Aug 1726 David Caldwell Tanner   Admitted      
4 106 27 Sep 1726 Mr Edward Houstoun     Ticket of freedom      
4 107 24 Oct 1726 Samuel Buntin Merchant   Admitted      
4 107 24 Oct 1726 Rev. Dean Cotterell     Ticket of freedom      
4 107 24 Oct 1726 Major John Cotterell     Ticket of freedom     "and the rest of the officers now in this Garrison and at Killmore"
4 107 24 Oct 1726 Mr James Murrey     Ticket of freedom      
4 110 8 Nov 1726 Doctor George Bell     Ticket of freedom      
4 112 2 Jan 1726 Mr Bartley McNaghten     Ticket of freedom      
4 113 16 Jan 1726 Henry Cary, Esqr     Ticket of freedom      
4 113 16 Jan 1726 Edward Cary, Esqr     Ticket of freedom      
4 113 16 Jan 1726 John Ash, Esqr     Ticket of freedom      
4 114 27 Jan 1726 Robert Bell     Petition complaining of difficulties due to foreigners      
4 114 27 Jan 1726 John Clinton     Petition complaining of difficulties due to foreigners      
4 114 27 Jan 1726 Mr Mayor     To meet in the Council Chamber to consider the petition      
4 114 27 Jan 1726 Mr Mayor elect     To meet in the Council Chamber to consider the petition      
4 114 27 Jan 1726 Mr Alderman Norman     To meet in the Council Chamber to consider the petition      
4 114 27 Jan 1726 Alderman Alexander Tomkins     To meet in the Council Chamber to consider the petition      
4 114 27 Jan 1726 Alderman George Tomkins     To meet in the Council Chamber to consider the petition      
4 114 27 Jan 1726 Alderman McManns     To meet in the Council Chamber to consider the petition      
4 114 27 Jan 1726 Alderman Coningham [Cunningham]     To meet in the Council Chamber to consider the petition      
4 114 27 Jan 1726 Alderman Stanly     To meet in the Council Chamber to consider the petition      
4 114 27 Jan 1726 Alderman Squire     To meet in the Council Chamber to consider the petition      
4 114 27 Jan 1726 Alderman Moncreiffe     To meet in the Council Chamber to consider the petition      
4 114 27 Jan 1726 the two Sherrifs     To meet in the Council Chamber to consider the petition      
4 114 27 Jan 1726 Mr Gifford     To meet in the Council Chamber to consider the petition      
4 114 27 Jan 1726 Mr Hart     To meet in the Council Chamber to consider the petition      
4 114 27 Jan 1726 Mr Richard Coningham [Cunningham]     To meet in the Council Chamber to consider the petition      
4 114 27 Jan 1726 Mr Davis     To meet in the Council Chamber to consider the petition      
4 114 27 Jan 1726 Rev. Mr Michael Sampson     Ticket of freedom      
4 117 9 Feb 1726 Alexander Macky Carpenter   Admitted      
4 117 9 Feb 1726 James Bibby Glazier   Admitted      
4 117 9 Feb 1726 William King Taylor   Admitted      
4 117 9 Feb 1726 John Nichols Taylor   Admitted      
4 117 9 Feb 1726 Philip Williams Tanner   Admitted      
4 117 9 Feb 1726 Samuel Curry Tanner   Admitted      
4 117 9 Feb 1726 Rev. Mr John Johnston     Ticket of freedom      
4 117 9 Feb 1726 Right Honorable Joshua Lord Viscount Allan     Ticket of freedom      
4 119 9 Mar 1726 John Garraway Baker   Admitted      
4 119 9 Mar 1726 Thomas Price Woolcomber   Admitted      
4 119 9 Mar 1726 George Twaddle Carpenter   Admitted      
4 119 9 Mar 1726 John Moore Smith   Admitted      
4 119 9 Mar 1726 Robert Lithgoe Distiller   Admitted      
4 119 9 Mar 1726 Hugh Orr Cordwinder   Admitted      
4 119 9 Mar 1726 James Masseroon Cordwinder   Admitted      
4 119 9 Mar 1726 Thomas Gamble Wigmaker   Admitted      
4 120 3 Apr 1727 John King Mariner   Admitted      
4 120 3 Apr 1727 Doctor James Chambers     Ticket of freedom      
4 121 5 May 1727 Right Rev Henry now Lord Bishop of Derry   Ticket of freedom      
4 121 5 May 1727 Rev. Mr John Owen     Ticket of freedom      
4 121 5 May 1727 ___ Newton, Esq Collector Strabane Ticket of freedom      
4 121 5 May 1727 William Nesbitt, Esq     Ticket of freedom      
4 123 20 Jun 1727 His Grace the Lord Primate of all Ireland     Ticket of freedom      
4 123 20 Jun 1727 Alderman Coningham     To prepare entertainment      
4 123 20 Jun 1727 Alderman Moncreiffe     To prepare entertainment      
4 123 20 Jun 1727 Mr Sherriff Makillwaine 

[McIlwaine]

    To prepare entertainment      
4 123 20 Jun 1727 Mr Henry Hart     To prepare entertainment      
4 123 20 Jun 1727 Francis Cashel, Esq     Ticket of freedom      
4 123 20 Jun 1727 Ensign Thomas Freeman     Ticket of freedom      
4 128 31 Jul 1727 John Jemison

[Jamieson]

Cooper   Admitted      
4 128 31 Jul 1727 John Dalzell Carpenter   Admitted      
4 128 31 Jul 1727 Thomas Linsachan

[Lynchaghan?]

Carpenter   Admitted      
4 128 31 Jul 1727 Thomas Upton, Esq Recorder Londonderry Represent the City in Parliament      
4 128 31 Jul 1727 George Tomkins, Esq Alderman   Represent the City in Parliament      
4 129 28 Aug 1727 Thomas Upton, Esq Recorder Londonderry Letter of approval from the Society that he should represent the City in Parliament      
4 129 28 Aug 1727 George Tomkins, Esq Alderman   Letter of approval from the Society that he should represent the City in Parliament      
4 129 28 Aug 1727 Mr Recorder     To draw up a letter of thanks to the Society      
4 129 28 Aug 1727 Alderman George Tomkins     To draw up a letter of thanks to the Society      
4 129 28 Aug 1727 Alderman Alexander Tomkins     To draw up a letter of thanks to the Society      
4 129 28 Aug 1727 Alderman Stanly     To draw up a letter of thanks to the Society      
4 129 28 Aug 1727 Alderman Coningham 

[Cunningham]

    To draw up a letter of thanks to the Society      
4 129 28 Aug 1727 Mr Henry Hart     To draw up a letter of thanks to the Society      
4 129 28 Aug 1727 Mr Hart     Review the letter with several tenants and freeman      
4 129 28 Aug 1727 Mr Richard Coningham 

[Cunningham]

    Review the letter with several tenants and freeman      
4 129 28 Aug 1727 Hugh Edwards, Esq     Requests a list of the Freement of the City      
4 130 28 Aug 1727 George Peopbles

[Peoples/ Peebles]

Sergeant Mace Admitted     Admitted without fee
4 131 11 Sep 1727 Rev. Robert Downs     Ticket of freedom     "two sons of the Rt. Revd the Lord Bpp of Derry, vis...."
4 131 11 Sep 1727 Mr Philip Downs     Ticket of freedom     "two sons of the Rt. Revd the Lord Bpp of Derry, vis...."
4 131 11 Sep 1727 Revd Mr George Alcock     Ticket of freedom     "son in law to the said Lord Bpp"
4 132 9 Oct 1727 Alderman Stanly     Compare list of Freemen with the books      
4 132 9 Oct 1727 Alderman Squire     Compare list of Freemen with the books      
4 132 9 Oct 1727 Alderman Coningham

[Cunningham]

    Compare list of Freemen with the books      
4 132 9 Oct 1727 Mr Hart     Compare list of Freemen with the books      
4 134 25 Oct 1727 David Patterson Merchant   Admitted      
4 134 25 Oct 1727 John Giffin Apothecary   Admitted      
4 134 25 Oct 1727 Gervais Squire     Will be admitted when he resides in the city      
4 136 30 Nov 1727 Mr Alexander Knox     Admitted      
4 136 30 Nov 1727 Duncan McGhee Cordwinder   Admitted      
4 136 30 Nov 1727 William Gray Sadler   Admitted      
4 140 2 Jan 1727 James Gillis Mariner   Admitted      
4 141 29 Jan 1727 Robert Matthews Merchant   Admitted      
4 145 18 Mar 1727 William Boyle     Admitted     "son in law to Mr Thomas Thornton"
4 146 22 Mar 1727 Arthur Wallace Cordwinder   Admitted      
4 149 4 May 1728 Daniel O'Brillaghan Taylor   Fine to be remitted provided he removes from this city     "fine... for occupying his trade not being free"
4 149 1 Jul 1728 Right Honorable the Lord Vicount Shannon Lieut General of His Majesties Forces in Ireland     Ticket of freedom      
4 150 3 Jul 1728 Collonel John Legonier     Ticket of freedom      
4 150 3 Jul 1728 Capt. Francis Legonier     Ticket of freedom      
4 150 3 Jul 1728 Lieut. William Congreve     Ticket of freedom      
4 150 3 Jul 1728 Cornet Richard Stephenson     Ticket of freedom      
4 150 3 Jul 1728 Ensign John Stephenson     Ticket of freedom      
4 150 3 Jul 1728 Richard Tickel, Esq     Ticket of freedom      
4 150 3 Jul 1728 Charles Bucknal, Esq     Ticket of freedom      
4 150 3 Jul 1728 Right Honorable William Lord Ricarton     Ticket of freedom      
4 150 3 Jul 1728 Major Lewis Grant     Ticket of freedom      
4 150 3 Jul 1728 Capt. James Muirhead     Ticket of freedom      
4 150 3 Jul 1728 Lieut. John Shaw     Ticket of freedom      
4 150 3 Jul 1728 Lieut Dominick Dalton     Ticket of freedom      
4 150 3 Jul 1728 Lieut. John Gordon     Ticket of freedom      
4 150 3 Jul 1728 Lieut. Rockport McNeal     Ticket of freedom      
4 150 3 Jul 1728 Ensign William Foster     Ticket of freedom      
4 151 26 Aug 1728 Lord Cheife Justice Reynolds now Coming Judge of Assize   Ticket of freedom      
4 151 26 Aug 1728 George Vaughan, Esq     Ticket of freedom      
4 151 26 Aug 1728 Mr Thomas Downs     Ticket of freedom     "son to the Lord Bpp of Derry"
4 151 26 Aug 1728 Alderman Griffin Howard   Coleraine Ticket of freedom      
4 151 26 Aug 1728 Henry Sandfort

[Sandford]

, Esq
Collector Coleraine Ticket of freedom      
4 151 26 Aug 1728 Mr Henry Boyd     Ticket of freedom      
4 151 26 Aug 1728 Mr William Bacon     Ticket of freedom      
4 151 26 Aug 1728 Rev. Mr Benjamin Bacon     Ticket of freedom      
4 151 26 Aug 1728 Arthur Church, Esq     Ticket of freedom      
4 151 26 Aug 1728 Mr Joseph Hill     Ticket of freedom      
4 151 26 Aug 1728 Rev. Mr Matthew Leaslie

[Leslie]

    Ticket of freedom      
4 151 26 Aug 1728 Rev. Mr Thomas Warburton     Ticket of freedom      
4 151 26 Aug 1728 Rev. Mr John Gage     Ticket of freedom      
4 151 26 Aug 1728 Alexander Kelly     Admitted      
4 151 26 Aug 1728 Thomas McKeen Cordwinder   Admitted      
4 153 2 Nov 1728 Hercules Rowley, Esq     Ticket of freedom      
4 153 2 Nov 1728 Mr Charles Du Petit Bosie     Ticket of freedom      
4 155 25 Nov 1728 Meredith Workman, Esq     Ticket of freedom      
4 155 25 Nov 1728 Robert Spence, Esq     Ticket of freedom      
4 155 25 Nov 1728 Basill Brook, Esq     Ticket of freedom      
4 155 25 Nov 1728 William Fontescue, Esq     Ticket of freedom      
4 155 25 Nov 1728 William Adnall Butcher   Admitted      
4 155 25 Nov 1728 John Rogers Baker   Admitted      
4 155 25 Nov 1728 Alexander Buchannon Cordwinder   Admitted      
4 155 25 Nov 1728 John Johnston Wigmaker   Admitted      
4 162 7 Feb 1728 Patrick McNamee Mariner   Admitted      
4 163 3 Mar 1728 Matthew Caldwell Inkeeper   Admitted      
4 168 5 Jun 1729 Joseph Scott Baker   Admitted      
4 169 14 Jul 1729 Rev. Mr Francis Houston     Ticket of freedom      
4 169 14 Jul 1729 Rev. Mr John Gordon     Ticket of freedom      
4 169 14 Jul 1729 Thomas Dorens, Esq     Ticket of freedom      
4 169 14 Jul 1729 Mr Alexander Tomkins     Ticket of freedom      
4 173 20 Nov 1729 Roger Harrison, Esq Collector Londonderry Ticket of freedom      
4 175 20 Dec 1729 Mr William Macky     Admitted     "son to Alderman Macky"; admitted without fee
4 175 20 Dec 1729 Mr Stephen Bennett     Admitted     Admitted without fee
4 175 20 Dec 1729 James Boggs Baker   Admitted      
4 175 20 Dec 1729 William Swanson Baker   Admitted      
4 175 20 Dec 1729 Thomas Adams Shoemaker   Admitted      
4 176 20 Dec 1729 Rev. Mr Richard Loyd

[Lloyd]

    Ticket of freedom      
4 176 20 Dec 1729 Rev. Mr George Monro Jr     Ticket of freedom      
4 176 20 Dec 1729 Mr Isaac Read     Ticket of freedom      
4 176 20 Dec 1729 Mr Charles Garraway Jr     Ticket of freedom      
4 176 20 Dec 1729 Capt. John Pickerson     Ticket of freedom      
4 176 20 Dec 1729 Capt. Thomas Timson     Ticket of freedom      
4 176 20 Dec 1729 Capt. John Povey     Ticket of freedom      
4 176 20 Dec 1729 Lieut Rook     Ticket of freedom      
4 176 20 Dec 1729 Lieut. Witherell     Ticket of freedom      
4 176 20 Dec 1729 Ensign Wakely     Ticket of freedom      
4 176 20 Dec 1729 Doctor Tuly     Ticket of freedom      
4 178 2 Jan 1729 John Park Merchant   Admitted      
4 178 2 Jan 1729 Thomas Moor     Ticket of freedom      
4 178 2 Jan 1729 Mr Thomas Orr     Ticket of freedom      
4 178 2 Jan 1729 Mr Alexander Lecky     Ticket of freedom      
4 182 7 Jan 1729 Mr William Folliott     Admitted      
4 186 4 Feb 1729 Mr Patrick Hamilton     Ticket of freedom      
4 186 4 Feb 1729 Mr Francis Knox     Ticket of freedom      
4 195 11 Jun 1730 John Cahan, Esq     Ticket of freedom      
4 195 11 Jun 1730 Robert Simpson Cooper   Admitted      
4 195 11 Jun 1730 Daniel McLeese Mariner   Admitted      
4 195 11 Jun 1730 James McCain Mariner   Admitted      
4 195 11 Jun 1730 John Massey Silversmith   Admitted      
4 195 11 Jun 1730 Francis Dixon Silversmith   Admitted      
4 195 11 Jun 1730 Mr Charles McManns     Ticket of freedom      
4 195 11 Jun 1730 Mr John Stewart     Ticket of freedom      
4 195 15 Jun 1730 His Grace the Right Rev. Doctor Hugh Boulter Lord Primate of all Ireland     Ticket of freedom      
4 196 15 Jun 1730 Capt. Lewis Gwinn     Ticket of freedom      
4 196 15 Jun 1730 Lieut. Joseph Holms

[Holmes]

    Ticket of freedom      
4 196 15 Jun 1730 Lieut. John Caulfield     Ticket of freedom      
4 196 15 Jun 1730 Lieut. Henry Edmiston     Ticket of freedom      
4 196 15 Jun 1730 Ensign Silvester Sheppard     Ticket of freedom      
4 196 15 Jun 1730 Ensign Richard Heathrington     Ticket of freedom      
4 197 18 Jul 1730 Rev. Mr Caleb Debuts J. M. D.     Ticket of freedom      
4 197 18 Jul 1730 Rev. Charles Este     Ticket of freedom      
4 197 18 Jul 1730 Thomas Wye, Esq     Ticket of freedom     "who came with the Primate"
4 198 18 Jul 1730 Rev. Mr Edward Higginson     Ticket of freedom      
4 198 18 Jul 1730 Rev. Mr John Brown     Ticket of freedom      
4 198 18 Jul 1730 Rev. Mr Edward Fletcher     Ticket of freedom      
4 198 18 Jul 1730 Mr Edward Ford     Ticket of freedom      
4 198 18 Jul 1730 Rev. Mr John McLaughlin     Ticket of freedom      
4 198 18 Jul 1730 Rev. Mr John Salkield     Ticket of freedom      
4 198 18 Jul 1730 Mr John Coningham

[Cunningham]

    Ticket of freedom      
4 198 18 Jul 1730 Mr Luke Ash     Ticket of freedom      
4 198 18 Jul 1730 Mr Andrew Colhoune     Ticket of freedom      
4 198 18 Jul 1730 Lieut. Col. Dollaway     Ticket of freedom      
4 198 18 Jul 1730 Lieut. Francis Reynolds     Ticket of freedom      
4 198 10 Aug 1730 Mr Robert Graham     Accused of misbehavior at a Council meeting; to be removed unless showing cause to the contrary      
4 198 10 Aug 1730 Mr William Lecky     Accused of misbehavior at a Council meeting      
4 198 10 Aug 1730 Mr Matthew Leeson     Accused of misbehavior at a Council meeting; to be removed unless showing cause to the contrary      
4 198 10 Aug 1730 William Coningham, Esq

[Cunningham]

    Ticket of freedom      
4 198 10 Aug 1730 George Dawson, Esq     Ticket of freedom      
4 198 10 Aug 1730 William Harrison, Esq     Ticket of freedom      
4 198 10 Aug 1730 Robert Dent, Esq     Ticket of freedom      
4 198 10 Aug 1730 Mr John Averall     Ticket of freedom      
4 199 10 Aug 1730 Right Honorable Edward Webster, Esq     Ticket of freedom      
4 199 10 Aug 1730 Thomas Taylour Webster, Esq     Ticket of freedom      
4 199 10 Aug 1730 Edward Webster, Esq     Ticket of freedom      
4 199 10 Aug 1730 Thomas Crofts     Admitted      
4 199 10 Aug 1730 Abraham Hope     Admitted      
4 199 10 Aug 1730 Robert Gillis     Admitted      
4 199 10 Aug 1730 John Lewis Printer   Admitted      
4 199 12 Aug 1730 Mr William Lecky     Removed      
4 200 12 Aug 1730 Mr Robert Graham Burgess Chamberlain   Removed     "Robert Graham is and stands hereby absolutely dissenfranchized and amoved from his office of Burgess Chambn and Comon Councilor..."
4 200 21 Aug 1730 William Richardson, Esq     Elected as a Freeman Burgess and Comon Councilor     Replacing Robert Graham's position
4 201 21 Aug 1730 Matthew Leeson     Removed      
4 201 29 Aug 1730 George Vaughan, Esq     Elected as a Freeman Burgess and Comon Councilor     Replacing Matthew Leeson
4 205 29 Aug 1730 Mr Frederick Dent     Ticket of freedom     son to Alderman Rob. Dent
4 208 1 Sep 1730 Frederick Gordon     Removed     "Frederick Gordon be & he is hereby amoved and stand dissenfranchized from his office or place of a Burgess Freeman & Comon Councilor..."
4 209 1 Sep 1730 Capt. Solomon Blasset     Ticket of freedom      
4 209 1 Sep 1730 Lieut. Thomas Scroggs     Ticket of freedom      
4 209 1 Sep 1730 Doctor Clare Sachaverall     Ticket of freedom      
4 209 1 Sep 1730 Mr James Thornton     Ticket of freedom      
4 209 1 Sep 1730 Mr Richard Lowry Junr     Ticket of freedom