He was born in 1769, the son of a yeoman farmer at Churchill, in Oxfordshire.
His father was an English yeoman; that is, a farmer who owned the farm he tilled.
My father was a yeoman—an independent, or, as he was sometimes styled, a gentleman-farmer.
The fool says no, the madman is the yeoman who has allowed his son to become a gentleman.
The yeoman of the signals; a first-class petty officer in the navy.
There was not a yeoman present who did not hope to win one of them.
The stout English yeoman was as proud in his way as was the Marquis of Elverston.
Mr Shirley had been a yeoman twenty years before his nephew was born.
He (the yeoman) was not for abuses,—he was for King and Constitution.
"We are well met," remarked the yeoman, presently, and speaking as if come to a decision.