William Gregory (lord mayor)

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William Gregory
Lord Mayor of London
In office
Preceded by Nicholas Wyfold
Succeeded by Geoffrey Fielding
Personal details
Born c. 1400
Mildenhall, England
Died 1467
London, England
Children Two daughters

Sir William Gregory (c. 1400 in Mildenhall – 1467 in London) was Lord Mayor of London[1] from 1451 to 1452.[2]


The son of Roger Gregory of Mildenhall[3] and an alderman of the Skinners Company, he made generous bequests to St Anne and St Agnes, Gresham Street.[4]

He died in January 1467[5] and was buried in St. Anne's Church, Aldersgate. He had been married three times and had two daughters.[2]

See also


  1. Suffolk History
  2. 2.0 2.1 "About William Gregory, Lord Mayor of London". Geni. Retrieved 13 January 2017.<templatestyles src="Module:Citation/CS1/styles.css"></templatestyles>
  3. "County of Suffolk: its history as disclosed by existing records and other documents, being materials for the history of Suffolk, gleaned from various sources - mainly from MSS., charters, and rolls in the British Museum and other public and private depositories, and from the state papers and publications of the record commissioners, the deputy keeper of the public records, and of the master of the rolls Vol 4" Copinger, W.A: London, Henry Sotheran & Co, 1904
  4. London Metropolitan Archives
  5. British History on-line

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