Viewing Person Record: John Heminges

Name, as appears in Primary Sources

John Hemings
Event: The Chamberlain's Men perform at court
Mr Hemings
Event: Chamberlain's Office, 'Sharers' Papers': Three King's Men petition to be admitted company sharers
Hemings
Event: Chamberlain's Office, 'Sharers' Papers': The Burbages and Robinson reply
Iohn Heming[es]
Event: Chamberlain's Office, 'Sharers' Papers': John Shanks replies to the players' petition
Mr Heming
Event: The Red Bull Company is not allowed to perform Shakespeare's plays
Iohn Hemming[es]
Event: Players given livery cloth for King James's royal entrance to London
John Hemynge
Event: The Chamberlain's Men perform at court
John Hemynge
Event: The Chamberlain's Men (III) perform at court
John Hemynge
Event: The Chamberlain's Men perform at court
John Hemynge
Event: The Chamberlain's Men perform at court
John Hemynge
Event: The Chamberlain's Men perform at court
John Hemynges
Event: The Chamberlain's Men perform at court
John Hemynges
Event: The Chamberlain's Men perform at court
John Hemynges
Event: The Chamberlain's Men perform at court
John Hemynges
Event: The Chamberlain's Men perform at court
John Hemynges
Event: The Chamberlain's Men perform at court
John Hemynges
Event: The Chamberlain's Men perform at court
John Hemynge
Event: The Chamberlain's Men perform at court
Ioh. Hemings
Event: Chamberlain's Men perform Jonson's 'Every Man in his Humour': cast list
Ioh. Hemings
Event: The Lord Chamberlain's Men perform Jonson's 'Every Man out of his Humour': cast list
John heminges
Event: Privy Council issues a travel license to the Lord Strange's Men
Heminges
Event: Commissioners for the Sewers order owners of the Globe to clear the common sewer

Role(s)

overseer
Event: John Underwood makes his will
payee
Event: The Chamberlain's Men perform at court
payee
Event: The Chamberlain's Men perform at court
payee
Event: The Chamberlain's Men perform at court
payee
Event: The Chamberlain's Men perform at court
payee
Event: The Chamberlain's Men perform at court
payee
Event: The Chamberlain's Men (III) perform at court
payee
Event: The Chamberlain's Men perform at court
payee
Event: The Chamberlain's Men perform at court
payee
Event: The Chamberlain's Men perform at court
payee
Event: The Chamberlain's Men perform at court
payee
Event: The Chamberlain's Men perform at court
payee
Event: The Chamberlain's Men perform at court
payee
Event: The Chamberlain's Men perform at court
payee
Event: The Chamberlain's Men perform at court
payee
Event: The Chamberlain's Men perform at court
payee
Event: The Chamberlain's Men perform at court
payee
Event: The Chamberlain's Men perform at court
payee
Event: The Chamberlain's Men perform at court
payee
Event: The Chamberlain's Men perform at court
payee
Event: The Chamberlain's Men perform at court
payee
Event: The Chamberlain's Men perform at court
payee
Event: The Chamberlain's Men perform at court
payee
Event: The Chamberlain's Men perform at court
payee
Event: The Chamberlain's Men perform at court
payee
Event: The Chamberlain's Men perform at court
player
Event: The Red Bull Company is not allowed to perform Shakespeare's plays
player
Event: Players given livery cloth for King James's royal entrance to London
player
Event: The King's Men and Prince Charles' Men are allowed cloth to wear in King James' funeral procession
player
Event: Chamberlain's Men perform Jonson's 'Every Man in his Humour': cast list
player
Event: The Lord Chamberlain's Men perform Jonson's 'Every Man out of his Humour': cast list
player
Event: Privy Council issues a travel license to the Lord Strange's Men
playhouse owner
Event: Commissioners for the Sewers order owners of the Globe to clear the common sewer
playhouse sharer
Event: Chamberlain's Office, 'Sharers' Papers': Three King's Men petition to be admitted company sharers
playhouse sharer
Event: Chamberlain's Office, 'Sharers' Papers': The Burbages and Robinson reply
playhouse sharer
Event: Chamberlain's Office, 'Sharers' Papers': John Shanks replies to the players' petition

Active Dates

Dates
From: 6 May 1593 To: before 1 October 1634