The Posse Comitatus of 1798

This was a list of men available for war and who were not Quakers, clergymen, or already serving in a military unit. This meant most males between the ages of 15 - 60 were listed. The list has survived for Bucks, and the entry for Wavendon, which at that time included Hogsty End, is detailed below.

Victuallers
William Burgess
William Holmes
William Lee
William Morris
William Odell

Butchers
James Pike
John Pike
George Spreekley

Grocers
Gregory Austin
Francis Showler

Maltsters
Edward King
George King
William Rutland

Bailiff
Charles Palmer

Bricklayer
Thomas Plowman

Blacksmiths    
Henry Button (Apprentice)
Thomas Mabley

Higler [An Itinerant Dealer]
James Clark

Horsedealers
Edward Lee
Edward Lee Jnr
Thomas Lee
William Lee

Farmers
John Battams
Charles Brown
Samuel Franklyn Hart
George Hebbs
Rowland Kent
John Plowman
Thomas Plowman
Richard Shepherd
Francis Smith
Hezekiah Spreekley
John Spreekley
Zachariah Spreekley
Zachariah Spreekley
William Yates

Servants
William Boudery
Robert Briant
Barnard Chance
John Charnell
Edward Clark
Thomas Cook
Daniel Eastment
Thomas Fossey
Leonard Gale
William Gayton
Daniel Goodman
James Goss
John Harraway
Francis Hart
Thomas Hart
Thomas Hight
John Hillyer
John Hollis
Robert Jenkins
John Key
Nathaniel Kisby
Thomas Leech
William Leech
William Nursall
Thomas Seabrook
James Short
John Smith
Thomas Stone
William Theed
Francis Watts
Henry Whitney
John...

Constable
John Battams

Carpenters
Edward Bennett
Mason Bennett
William Bennett

Cordwainers
William Harris
Robert Innwood
James Litchfleld

Taylors
Findley Lovell
Thomas Lovell
William Lovell

Labourers
Thomas Allen (Lame)  
Thomas Ambridge
William Bettles
William Bradford
James Butcher
Richard Byworth
John Chance
Michael Chance
William Clack
Francis Clarke
John Collins
John Cooke
John Cooke
Arpin Cox
Isaac Farr
James Farr
John Farr
Thomas Garratt
Thomas George
Hugh Going
Joseph Goodall
William Goodall
Joseph Goodman
Thomas Goodman
Thomas Goodman
Daniel Hammond
Howell Hammond
Edward Harnsdon
Thomas Hillyer
James Hudson
John Hudson
William Impey
Harrup lnns
Robert Innwood
James Jackson
William Kettle
John Lack
Thomas Lane
William Lane
Joseph Lovell
William Lovell
Richard Mabley
Richard Maddock
John Markham
Asley Massey
Thomas Meltham
William Mills
John Mitchell
George Norris
Henry Odell
John Odell
William Page
William Persiful
Joseph Pratt
John Quinney
William Sharp
John or William Tansley
John Warner
John Watts
William Webb
Isaac Whitlocke
John Williamson
George Worsley
Thomas Yates

The listing also records men who had the following equipment available...

Horses 
Waggons
Carts
J Battams
12
2
4
Charles Brown
3
1
2
James Clayton
5
1
2
Lord Charles Fitzroy (Leaves at Ladyday)
5
2
3
Samual Franklin Hart
9
2
4
George Hebbs
4
1
2
Henry Hugh Hoar Esq, Banker
5
1
2
Rowland Kent
7
1
3
Messrs King & Rutland
5
1
2
James Plowman
5
1
2
John Plowman 
4
-
2
Francis Smith
4
1
2
Zachariah Spreekley 
 6
1
3
Total    
74
15
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