||Murdered in 1522
||relieved of office 1577
||relieved of office 1578
||?m. Eliz Hallam at St Nicholas on 12 April 1575
||presented for failing to perform daytime watch on Tues, Thurs, Sat
and Pereson subpoena to witness in Howlett v. Lowthe in 1607; presented
for failing to perform daytime watch on Tues, Thurs, Sat; he was bought
out in 1632 and finally dismissed in 1634; John Coldewell discussed the
controversy of the dismissal in the Reed Newsletter;
Humphrey held two tenements from the corporation, which prescribed that
if he vacated one of them, he would have the other rent free; he
remained in Nottingham, subscribing to the Protestattion Oath on 1
March 1641/2; in May 1642, he petitioned to be reinstated as a wait in
the place of Salomon.
for failing to perform
daytime watch on Tues, Thurs, Sat; he subscribed to the Protestation
Oath on 4 June 1641; he married Ursula Roberts at St Nicholas on 5 Feb
1641/2; when the waits were sworn in again in 1654, he was one of the
five appointed, but he left the borough in 1656; his will, dated 7 Feb.
1666/7 described him as one of the waits of Nottingham (probate shortly
afterwards in March 1666/7); his will was apparently nuncupative
(before five witnesses), and in it, he disposed of his only estate,
£3 in his chest; .
1 Eliz Curson on 2 Dec 1600 at St Peter; m. 2 Anne Pearson on 26 Nov.
1608 at St Peter; Cogges and Pereson subpoena to witness in Howlett v.
Lowthe in 1607;
in 1613 Pereson, musician, with his wife, Anne, sold a messuage and
garden in St Peter's Lane for £25, the abutments suggesting that they
also held the adjacent messuage;presented for failing to perform
daytime watch on Tues, Thurs, Sat.; on 30 April 1628, he received a
lease fo 21 years of a house in the Churchyard from the corporation,
which allowed him to assign the lease, waiving the covenants; in 1631,
a widow was placed by the corporation in this house ('Piresons howse')
rent free; he may have resigned to concentrate on an occupation as a
tailor, admitted as a burgess in 1625; he subscribed to the
Protestation Oath on 1 March 1641/2.
at least 1643; he was presented in 1629 for keeping an unlicensed
alehouse, described in the presentment as one of the waits; he
subscribed to the Protestation Oath on 4 June 1641.
as a result of contention between him and his father, Humphrey Cogges;
he subscribed to the Protestation Oath in Nottingham on 1 March 1641/2;
when the waits were sworn again in 1654, Cogges was one of the five
appointed; temporarily unemployed in 1656; sworn in again on 6 Oct
||until at least 1643; he subscribed to the Protestation Oath on 4 June 1641.
||until at least 1643; he subscribed to the Protestation Oath on 4 June 1641.|
||until at least 1643; he subscribed to the Protestation Oath on 1 March 1641/2.|
||he subscribed to the Protestation Oath on 4 June 1641; a Thomas Porter was assessed at 6s8d in Wheeler Gate towards the assessment for the Committee of Parliament in July 1643.|
|None||1643-4||Left: four dots aligned downwards for the waits' names, but no names; on the right:
Waites nulli fuerint iurati quia sunt absenti e villa
|None||1644-5||Left: four dots aligned downwards for the waits' names, but no names; on the right: lez Waitz|
|None||1645-53||No space at all for waits|
CA3429, f30 Thomas Bayly Homfrey Robertes and Wm Cogges the Waites of the Towne beinge lefte by Wm Pattchett and Salomon Sebastian theire fellowe Waites are ordered to Surrender theire Scuttcheons and Cloakes into the townes handes to dispose of them as they shall directe. And this Companie doe allowe the saied Bayly Cogges and Robertes xs a piece oute of theire bounty in lewe of theire Losses and to Receave ytt from Mr Chamberlaynes onely for this quarter in regard of theire poverties
|Humphrey Robertes||1654-||Sworn 6 March 1653/4; in office to 1655; temporarily unemployed 1656; |
CA3430, f29 Bayly the Wayte Bayly one of the Waytes for his evell behauier is dischardged of his place and his Cloake to be takinge from him yett in regard of his povertye the Companie are content to allowe him xs in lewe of his Cloake and his Scuttchin to be Deliuered into Mr Maiors hand nowe presently
|Thomas Dollinger||1654||Sworn 6 March 1653/4 to 1655|
||The hall book for 1659-60 has no list of officers sworn