Daily entries from the 17th century London diary
Robert Russell, Sr., a ship's-chandler for the RN, was a liveryman of the Skinner's Company (an association of fur traders), a councilman and deputy of Tower Ward, so active for decades in London politics. (see L&M iv.25.n.1 for further details)
Russell was a parishioner of St Dunstan-in-the-East parish for more than three decades. (L&M Comp.)
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