3 DACKOMBE
Pewterers

This is information about how the Dackombe family were involved with the Worshipful Society of Pewterers.

20th March 1734
Thomas Wheeler present Aquila Dackombe son of John Dackombe of Wrexham in the County of Denbigh gentl.

17th June 1742
Aquila Dackomb bound apprentice of Thomas Wheeler turned over to John Carpenter.

28th November 1746
Mr Aquila Dacomb attended, accepted the cloathing and was cloathed accordingly 20.

8th October 1761
Thomas Swanson presents Aquila Dackombe son of Aquila Dackombe of the Parish of St. Gregory. Pewterer no money. (Freedom)

1768
Aquila Dackombe of the parish of St. Gregory. Pewterer no money. (Freedom)

17th June 1773
A petition of Aquila Dackombe Liveryman of this Company praying a remission of his Livery Fine that he may and thereby be able to make such provision for himself and his family as the exigencies of his affairs may absolutely require was read. And after debates and hearing what the daid Mr. Dackombe had to allege in support of his petition the Question was put by the Master whether the said Mr. Dackombe should have his Livery Fine returned. It was carried in the affirmative and is ordered accordingly and it is further ordered that upon payment of the said Fine the Clerk of the Company do strike the name of the said Mr. Dackombe out of the Company's books as a Liveryman of this Company.

7th December 1801
Ordered that Mr. Aquilla Dackombe a Freeman of this Company be elected upon the Livery of this Company upon paying of the usual Fees: and being called into the Court and acquainting thereof by the master he accepted the same and paid the fine of 20 to the Renter Warden and 13/4 for the fees of the Clerk in Court and thereupon cloathed.

20th August 1818 - General Court
Mr. Aquila Dackomber, Mr. Henry Carpenter, Mr Edward Lockwood were put in nomination for office of Master: Elected Master, Mr. Aquila Dackombe. Upper Warden Mr. Edward Lockwood. Aquila Dackombe served through 1818, 1819 until on 23rd September 1819 Mr. George Cooper was declared Master elct. Aquila Dackombe died December 1819.

15th June 1820
Ordered that Mr. Daniel Dackombe be and is hereby elected and chosen upon the Livery of Cloathing of the Company upon paying the usual Fine and Fees and being called into Court he accepted the same and paid the FIne of 20 to the Renter Warden and his Fees to the Clerk and was thereupon cloathed.

9th June 1836
Aquila Richard Dackombe admitted

12th December 1839
Robert Dackombe admitted

Information from a book about Pewterers
(A list of members - There was a lot of abbreviations in the original, but as I am only copying four names I have spelt all these out in full.
1275 Dac(k)ombe, Aquila, London: 17 June 1742, elected to the Freedom of Yeomanry of the London Company of Pewterers; 28 November 1746, elected to the Livery of Clothing; Touch, 913, his mark appears on the London Touchplates. He was struck out of the Company in 1773 and his fine returned. Was given leave to strike his Touch on 20 December 1744. He was Gazetted as insolvent on 21 March 1761.

In this book the Touchplates above are described as: 1. Bee. 2. Lion's head erased. 3. Britannia. 4. A.D. -1275
1276 Dac(k)ombe, Aquila, London: 20 October 1768, elected to the Freedom of Yeomanry of the London Company of Pewterers: 17 December 1801, elected to the Livery of Clothing; 1804, Steward (paid the stipulated fine to be excused from serving in the Office specified), 1810, Renter Warden (paid the stipulated fine to be excused from serving in the Office specified), 1817, Upper Wardem (paid the stipulated fine to be excused from serving in the Office Specified), 1818, Master of the Company of Pewterers, 1819 died.
1277 Dac(k)ombe, Aquila Richard, London: 9 June 1836, elected to the Freedom of Yeomanry of the London Company of Pewterers; and elected to the Livery of Clothing.
1278 Dac(k)ombe, Daniel, London: 15 June 1820, elected to the Freedom of Yeomanry of the London Company of Pewterers and elected to the Livery of Clothing; 1831, Steward (paid the stipulated fine to be excused from serving in the Office specified), 1842, Renter Warden (paid the stipulated fine to be excused from serving in the Office Specified). Died 31 July 1842

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