Daily entries from the 17th century London diary
L&M Companion: "(d. 1683). Doorkeeper/Housekepper to the Navy Office 1660-83. His widow Alice succeeded him. She received a ring at Pepys's funeral." Also according to L&M, he may have also been "Griffith(s), William: Batten's ward; he appears in his will (1665) as a witness but was given no legacy."
Besides this gent, there be the Messenger, he be one Mr Smith who received 50L per annum. http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.asp?com...Date: 23/03/2005
Mr. Smith appears to be (by name & nation) an Anglo-Saxon Messenger. But he should have a companion, you know, one to come and one to go.http://www.cs.indiana.edu/metastuff/looking/ch7...
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