Master of The Mint - Masters of The Mint in England

Masters of The Mint in England

  • 1351-? Henry de Bruselee and John Chichester
  • 1361-1361 Walter dei Bardi
  • 1365-1367 John Chichester
  • 1375-1391 Walter dei Bardi
  • 1391-1391 John Wildeman
  • 1411-1414 Richard Garner
  • 1413-1414 Sir Lewis John
  • 1418–1420 Sir Lewis John
  • 1421-1432 Bartholomew Goldbeter
  • 1435–1446 John Paddesley
  • 1446–1459 Robert Manfield
  • 1459-1461 Sir Richard Tonstall
  • 1461-1483 William Hastings (executed 1483)
  • 1483-1485 Sir Robert Brackenbury (killed at Bosworth,1485)
  • 1485–1490 Sir Giles Daubeney
  • 1492-1493 Sir Bartholomew Reed and Sir John Shaa
  • 1493–1494 Sir Bartholomew Reed and Robert Fenrother
  • 1495–1498 Sir Bartholomew Reed and Sir John Shaa
  • 1509–1520 William Blount, 4th Baron Mountjoy
  • 1527-1531 Ralph Rowlet and Martin Bowes
  • 1531–1534 William Blount, 4th Baron Mountjoy
  • 1543 Ralph Rowlet and Sir Martin Bowes
  • 1544 Sir Martin Bowes
  • 1547–1553 Sir John York
  • 1553–1555 Thomas Egerton
  • 1560–1571 Sir Thomas Stanley
  • 1571–1582 John Lonyson
  • 1582–1599 Sir Richard Martin
  • 1599–1609 Sir Richard Martin (died 1616) and Richard Martin
  • 1617–1623 Sir Edward Villiers
  • 1623–1626 Sir Randal Cranfield
  • 1626–1635 Sir Robert Harley
  • 1635–1643 In Commission:
  • 1643–1649 Sir Robert Harley
  • 1649–1653 Aaron Guerdon
  • 1660–1662 Sir Ralph Freeman
  • 1662–1667 Sir Ralph Freeman and Henry Slingsby
  • 1667–1680 Henry Slingsby (suspended 1680)
  • 1680–1684 In Commission:
    • Sir John Buckworth
    • Charles Duncombe
    • James Hoare
  • 1684–1686 In Commission:
    • Thomas Neale
    • Charles Duncombe
    • James Hoare
  • 1686–1699 Thomas Neale
  • 1700–1727 Sir Isaac Newton
  • 1727–1737 John Conduitt
  • 1737–1745 Richard Arundell
  • 1745–1769 Hon. William Chetwynd
  • 1769–1784 Hon. Charles Cadogan
  • 1784–1789 The Earl of Effingham
  • 1789–1790 The Earl of Chesterfield
  • 1790–1794 The Earl of Leicester
  • 1794–1799 Sir George Yonge, 5th Baronet
  • 1799–1801 Lord Hawkesbury
  • 1801–1802 The Lord Arden
  • 1802–1804 John Smyth
  • 1804–1806 The Earl Bathurst
  • 1806 Lord Charles Spencer
  • 1806–1807 Charles Bathurst
  • 1807–1812 The Earl Bathurst
  • 1812–1814 The Earl of Clancarty
  • 1814–1823 Hon. William Wellesley-Pole
  • 1823–1827 Thomas Wallace, 1st Baron Wallace
  • 1827–1828 George Tierney
  • 1828–1830 John Charles Herries
  • 1830–1834 The Lord Auckland
  • 1834–1835 Hon. James Abercrombie
  • 1835 Alexander Baring
  • 1835–1841 Henry Labouchere
  • 1841–1845 William Ewart Gladstone
  • 1845–1846 Sir George Clerk, 6th Baronet
  • 1846–1850 Richard Lalor Sheil
  • 1850–1855 Sir John Herschel
  • 1855–1869 Thomas Graham

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