Robert Gregory

Robert Gregory, free by patrimony in 1629, Robert was very active during the 1630’s and bound his first 2 apprentices in 1638. Like many other craftsmen of the time, he experienced difficulties during the Commonwealth period and in 1652 he was granted a Sir James Pemberton pension of 12d per week.
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