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Born
1625
Baptised
1625 Nov 06 Evidence of Baptism
Married
1649 Evidence of Marriage
Addresses
1649: London
1667: St Martin in the Fields, Middlesex
Employment
Date Employment Documents
1640 Apprenticed to Thomas Hollis London Apprenticeship Abstracts, 1442-1850 Transcription
1656 Freeman of Blacksmiths Co
Takes on apprentice Nicholas Shorter
London Apprenticeship Abstracts, 1442-1850 Transcription
1660 Takes on apprentice John King London Apprenticeship Abstracts, 1442-1850 Transcription
1660-1675 Gunmaker, St. Martin's Lane, Charing Cross  
1661-1680 Contractor to Ordnance  
1661 Takes on apprentice Thomas Stanton London Apprenticeship Abstracts, 1442-1850 Transcription
1661 Made free of Gunmakers Co  
1664 Elected Assistant  
1667 Takes on apprentice son William Truelock London Apprenticeship Abstracts, 1442-1850 Transcription
1668 Takes on apprentice John Smith London Apprenticeship Abstracts, 1442-1850 Transcription
1668 Appointed Gunsmith without Fee-in-Ordinary to Charles II  
1672 Takes on apprentice Thomas Gardner London Apprenticeship Abstracts, 1442-1850 Transcription
1673 Master  
1680 Takes on apprentice son George Trulock London Apprenticeship Abstracts, 1442-1850 Transcription
1681 Takes on apprentice William Pridden London Apprenticeship Abstracts, 1442-1850 Transcription
1681-1683 Gun viewer to Hudson Bay Co  
Died
1683
General

Quoted from the diary of Samuel Pepys, March 29, 1667:

One Truelocke the famous gunsmith, that is a mighty ingenious man and he did take my gun in pieces and made me understand the secrets thereof.

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