Surveyor of Marine Victuals
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Surveyor of Marine Victuals
The Surveyor of Marine Victuals  later known as the Surveyor-General of Victuals  was a civilian officer in the Royal Navy who was a former member of the Navy Board from 1550 until 1679, he was responsible for managing the supply of food, beverages and other provisions for the Royal Navy the office was replaced by the Victualling Board in 1683.
The post evolved from a much early official known as the Keeper of the Kings Storehouses the office was formally established in 1550 the post holder was also known as the Surveyor-General of Victuals  who was a principle member of the Navy Board, with the exception of Edward Baeshe the first Surveyor of Navy Victuals until 1560 the office was always held jointly for life by two men if one died the surviving office holder would temporarily hold the post until a new appointee was announced. The Surveyor was head of the Marine Victuals Office within the Office of Admiralty and Marine Affairs  and the victualling service of the Navy until 1679 when the office is abolished and replaced by a larger body known as the Victualling Board in 1683 run jointly by commissioners.
The Surveyor of Victuals was officially responsible for:
- Edward Baeshe, 18 June 1550 - 24 December 1560.
- Edward Baeshe and William Holstocke, 24 December 1560 - 29 October 1563, (jointly)
- Edward Baeshe and John Elyot, 30 October 1563 - 26 November 1582, (jointly).
- Edward Baeshe, sole survivor, to 26 Nov.1582.
- Edward Baeshe and James Quarles, 27 November 1582 - 2 May 1587, (jointly).
- James Quarles sole survivor, to 7 Nov.1595.
- Charles Quarles and Marmaduke Darrell, 8 November 1595 - 24 September 1599, (jointly).
- Marmaduke Darrell sole survivor, to 8 November 1595.
- Sir Marmaduke Darrell, and Thomas Bludder 24 July 1603 - 30 3 July 1603, (jointly).
- Sir Marmaduke Darrell, and Sir Thomas Bludder, Kt. 4 July 1604 - 30 January 1612, jointly).
- Sir Marmaduke Darrell, and Sir Allen Apsley, 31 January 1612 - 8 January 1623, (jointly).
- Sir Allen Apsley, and Sir Sampson Darrell, 8 January 1623 - 24 May 1630, (jointly).
- Sir Sampson Darrell, sole survivor, to 23 May 1635.
Post vacant till 27 November 1635
- John Crane, 28 November 1635 - 24 October 1660,
- Denis Alderman Gauden 24 October 1660 - 22 October 1667.
- Sir Denis Alderman Gauden, Kt, 23 October 1667 - 1677.
- John Godwin, 1677 - 10 February 1679. dies March 1688.
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- ^ Hamilton, Sir Vesey (1896). "Chapter VI: The Director of Victualling". Naval Administration.
- ^ Knighton, C. S.; Loades, David; Loades, Professor of History David (Apr 29, 2016). Elizabethan Naval Administration. Routledge. p. 8. ISBN 9781317145035.
- ^ Sainty, J.C. "Surveyor of Marine Victuals 1550-c. 1679 , Institute of Historical Research". history.ac.uk. University of London, 2003. Retrieved 2017.
- ^ Ferris, John P.; Thrush, Andrew. "QUARLES, Sir Robert (1581-1639), of Stewards, Romford, Essex , History of Parliament Online, CUP, The History of Parliament: the House of Commons 1604-1629,". historyofparliamentonline.org. British Parliament, 2017. Retrieved 2017.
- ^ Edward Bashe dies 1587
- ^ Quarles dies 1599
- ^ Darrel is knighted 24 July 1603
- ^ Bludder is knighted 1604
- ^ Bludder dies 1612
- ^ Darrell dies 1623
- ^ "Dabbe-Dirkin', Alumni Oxonienses 1500-1714 (1891)". british-history.ac.uk. pp. 366-405. Retrieved 2017.
- ^ Apsley dies 1630
- ^ Darell dies 1635
- ^ Crane dismissed by monarch 1660
- ^ Gyford, Phil. "Alderman Sir Denis Gauden (Navy Victualler) (Pepys' Diary)". The Diary of Samuel Pepys. Pepys Dairy, 2003-2012. Retrieved 2017.
- ^ No further occurrence of post after 1679