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- Civic Office is exactly "Mayor"
Elected Mayor (from 6 or 16-18 Jul. 1270 ) 1269-70.¹; Adrien, John² [Adrian], Draper.³ [Citations: ¹. Replacements of sheriffs and the warden, effective 6 July (the date also used by Hughes p. 201), are listed in Stow/K II.158 n. 7; but see also Mayors and Sheriffs pp. 120 and 129-30 (new mayor and sheriffs chosen at the beginning of June; mayor presented to king and admitted 16 July, sworn before king 18 July; sheriffs presented and admitted at Exchequer 18 July). Beaven on I.235 lists Walter le Poter as sheriff 1270-71, but on I.375 as sheriff only in 1270. ². Father of John Adrien sheriff 1277-78 (Beaven I.236 and 405-06). ³. Draper: Beaven I.373. Vintner: Stow/K II.158 (when mayor in 1270-71).]
Elected Mayor 1190-91.; Draper (possibly).¹ [Citations: ¹. Fitz-Ailwyn has traditionally been identified as a Draper, but without sufficient evidence; see Beaven II.225 and also A.H. Johnson, The History of The Worshipful Company of the Drapers of London, 5 vols. (Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1914-22), I.75 n. 1.]
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