Sir James Gow Mann - Papers - Personal - Library and Archive - Office of the Armoury

Object Title

Sir James Gow Mann - Papers - Personal - Library and Archive - Office of the Armoury

Sir James Gow Mann - Papers - Personal - Library and Archive - Office of the Armoury

Date

1599-1627

Reference

MANN 26/3

Level

File

Extent

6 documents

Access Conditions

Open access

Contents

MANN 26/3 1 - List entitled, 'The names of the armourers of Greenwch' nowe in place', signed by W. Sugdon. Endorsed 'Dec. 1599, Armorers at Grenewich'
MANN 26/3 2 - List of wages of the Armourers at Greenwich endorsed 'Armory at Grenewich for 4 monethes ended 23 martij 1610', listing armourers at Greenwich with the wages owed to them, signed J. Benion
MANN 26/3 3 - Llist of Armourers at Greenwich for 'thannunciacion qter. 1612', signed J. Benion
MANN 26/3 4 - Petition from Francis Ingoldsby, for his arrears of wages as Keeper of the Armoury at Greenwich, 1623, Endorsed 'R 8 June 1623, Keeper of the Armory at Grenewich for a fee of 20d per diem arere for 6 yeres'
MANN 26/3 6 - Letter addressed to Sr. Rob. Pye, Auditor of the receipt, and signed Marlebrugh, authorising the payment of their arrears of wages, amounting to £575 'or thereabouts', from the moneys received from the sale of his Majesties lands
MANN 26/3 7 - Manuscript entitled, 'A liste of all the armorers nowe in paye at Greenwich this xiiijth of ffebruary 1624', signed W. Cope
MANN 26/3 8 - 'A liste of all the Armorers now in paye at Greenwich this xiiijth of ffebruary, 1624', signed at the foot of the page by W. Cope, addressed to the 'Right Honourable the Lorde High Treasurer of England' and endorsed, 'Armorers at Grenewich'
MANN 26/3 9 - Statement of the expenses of the Royal Armour Workshop at Greenwich for the period 1 December 1611 to 21 March 1612, signed by J. Benion, and endorsed 'Armory at Greenewich for thanu[n]ciacon qtr. 1612 - Clv li. xvj s.'