Daily entries from the 17th century London diary
Vines : G(eorge ) Vines ; then there is D(ick) Vines then there is the brother in law to D(ick) Mr Blayton then Dick has a brother Payton (real or in law?)George and SP like to fiddle the viols: Dick & SP plays cards and drink ( a pot or two).
Dick Vines, a messenger in the Receipt and colleague of Pepys in the Exchequer in 1660 was the sixth son of Christopher Vines, of New Palace Yard, Chamberlain of the Receipt from at least 1623. (L&M Companion)
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