Apprentices and freemen: Benjamin Gumbleton: Freedom of City of London
Born without the Liberty of the City, to wit at Goswell Street, St Lukes.
Son of William Gumbelton Citizen and Clothworker of London.
Admitted into the Freedom of the City by Patrimony in the Company of Clothworkers.
The admission of his fatehr is entered in the book marked with letter 6 and bears the date the 3rd day of February in the 31st year of the reign of George
the 3rd. (February 1791)
Born Sept 1791.
Freedom of the City Admission Papers
London Metropolitan Archives
3 Feb 1833
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