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Cook, Sir Thomas (c. 1410–1478), draper and mayor of London, was the eldest son of Thomas Cook, draper, a warden of London Bridge (1440–57), and grandson of Robert Cook of Lavenham, Suffolk; the family were probably weavers and clothiers and the move to become drapers of ...

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Gedney [Brodyng], John (d. 1449), draper and mayor of London, is of unknown origins. In a petition to parliament in 1419 he styled himself John Brodyng, alias Gedney. He may have been related to two other John Gedneys recorded in early fifteenth-century London...

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Gresham, Sir Richard (c. 1485–1549), mercer, merchant adventurer, and mayor of London, was born at Holt, Norfolk, about 1485, probably the third of the four surviving sons—William, Thomas, Richard, and Gresham, Sir John (c. 1495–1556)—of John Gresham and his wife, ...

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Ireton, John [created Sir John Ireton under the protectorate] (1615–1690), mercer and mayor of London, was born at Attenborough, Nottinghamshire, and baptized there on 17 October 1615, the son of German Ireton (d. 1624) and his wife, Jane. Recent arrivals from Derbyshire...

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Jenks, Francis (bap. 1640, d. 1686), linen draper and whig activist, was the son of Herbert Jencks, esquire, of New Hall, Shropshire, and his wife, Elizabeth. He was baptized at Eaton under Heywood, Shropshire, on 5 November 1640. Apprenticed in 1658 to a member of the ...

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Jones, Sir Pryce Pryce- (1834–1920), draper and politician, was born on 16 October 1834 at Newtown, Montgomeryshire, Wales, the second son of William Jones, solicitor, of Newtown and his wife, Margaret Goodwin, who was related to Robert Owen. Though his Who's Who entry suggests that he had been privately educated other sources indicate that he attended the church elementary school in ...

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Monro, Henry (1758–1798), Irish nationalist and linen draper, was born in May or June 1758 in Lisburn, co. Antrim, Ireland, the second of three children. His father (1733–1793) was a Presbyterian, and his mother, Margaret Gorman (d. 1832), the daughter of a country gentleman of ...

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Northampton [Comberton], John (d. 1398), draper and mayor of London, was occasionally also called Comberton, a family name taken up by some chroniclers in a play upon the ‘comber’, or trouble, that his policies were supposed to have caused in London. The son of ...

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Oliver, Frederick Scott (1864–1934), draper and polemicist, was born on 20 February 1864 in Edinburgh, elder son of John Scott Oliver, merchant, and Catherine (d. 1869), daughter of Duncan McLaren. Nephew of John McLaren, Lord McLaren, and Charles McLaren, first Baron Aberconway...

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Wilson, (William) Gordon (1927–1995), draper and campaigner for reconciliation in Northern Ireland, was born on 25 September 1927 in Manorhamilton, co. Leitrim, Republic of Ireland. He was the eldest of four children of Methodist parents, George Edward Wilson and his wife, Henrietta Conn...