In October 1663 Pepys records: "Memorandum: This morning one Mr. Commander, a scrivener, came to me from Mr. Moore with a deed of which. Mr. Moore had told me, that my Lord had made use of my name, and that I was desired by my Lord to sign it."
In January, 1664 Pepys goes to see Commander because Elizabeth had reminded Pepys to write his will after his cousin, Edward Pepys, had died.
Chart showing the number of references in each month of the diary’s entries.