Oliver Gregory

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Father*(--?--) Gregory
Mother*Martha Hooker b. 10 Mar 1621, d. a 1673
     Oliver Gregory was the son of (--?--) Gregory and Martha Hooker.
      Oliver Gregory to Williamson. There is due to me by an assignment from Mr. Smith, clerk of the cheque, the assignee of Sir Edward Griffin, on an order registered on the Hearth-money for the use of the Yeomen of the Guard, which was very near in course to be paid before the stop, 2,000l., on an order registered on the Customs 250l., on an order registered on the Wine Act 300l., and on several orders at large 1,401l. I have sustained loss by the fire in Southwark 2,300l. I have nine children to provide for, and am in debt, which I am not able to pay, and so must be forced to quit my employment to my ruin. Knowing your great kindness to myself and my brother whilst living, I desire you to stand by me with all the assistance you can. . I have nine children to provide for, and am in debt, which I am not able to pay, and so must be forced to quit my employment to my ruin. Knowing your great kindness to myself and my brother whilst living, I desire you to stand by me with all the assistanc. I have nine children to provide for, and am in debt, which I am not able to pay, and so must be forced to quit my employment to my ruin. Knowing your great kindness to myself and my brother whilst living, I desire you to stand by me with all the assistance you can. . I have nine children to provide for, and am in debt, which I am not able to pay, and so must be forced to quit my employment to my ruin. Knowing your great kindness to myself and my brother whilst living, I desire you to stand by me with all th[S.P. Dom., Car. II. 381, No. 191.] Annexed, Oliver Gregory to the King. Petition stating his condition as in the above letter, and praying an order for the payment of the moneys due to him. [Ibid. No. 191 I.]
'Charles II: May 1676', Calendar of State Papers Domestic: Charles II, 1676-7 (1909), pp. 95-139.

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An instance of the variety of the branches of the revenue on which advances were made (See Dr. Shaw's Preface to the Calendar of Treasury Papers, Vol. III., p. xlix) is given by the petition of Oliver Gregory (p. 133). There were due to him by an assignment from the Clerk of the Cheque, the assignee of Sir Edward Griffin, on an order registered on the Hearth-money for the Yeomen of the Guard 2,000l., on an order registered on the Customs 250l., on an order registered on the Wine Acts 300l., and on several orders at large 1,400l.
'Preface', Calendar of State Papers Domestic: Charles II, 1676-7 (1909), pp. V-LV. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=57344&strquery="oliver gregory". Date accessed: 28 June 2008.

July 1660 - Volume of Petition addressed to the King, unless otherwise specified. I. For Places in the Excise. 154. Martha Gregory, daughter of Thos. Hooker. To admit her son Oliver, whose father suffered much in the late sad times, as a Scholar in Sutton's Hospital. 155. The Same. To the same effect.
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