RefNoJC/22/2
Alternative Reference numberJC/1168
TitleEdward Windle, Master Cutler, pocket book
DescriptionAt the top of the first page is written "Augt 27 E. Windles Booke 1747."

Edward Windle was Master Cutler in 1747. The account includes payments to Madam Cutler for "quarters annuaty"; to Isaac Ellis; to " Mr. Tempest for the sermon and a bottle wine " ; also items for money spent at the Cock, and The King's Head. There are lists of apprentices and forfeits, evidently for breaking the rules of the cutlers.

Mr. Windle was a cutler in Lambert Croft and brother-in-law to George Marriott (Master Cutler, 1743); by his marriage with a Vernon Mr. Windle was connected with the Blonks and Silcocks, of Whiteley Wood Hall. See Leader's History of the Cutlers' Company, vol. i, page 275.

Mr. Windle introduced artificial flowers at his Feast, for which, according to this book, he paid George Marriott 5s 11d on the 19 Sep.

Pocket Book with fold, bound in green vellum.
Date1747
Extent1 item
AccessStatusOpen
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