Bridge House Rental 1
Rental for 1404

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'Bridge House Rental 1: Rental for 1404', London Bridge: selected accounts and rentals, 1381-1538 (1995), pp. 30-52. URL: http://british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=117322 Date accessed: 18 April 2014. Add to my bookshelf


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BRIDGE HOUSE RENTAL 1

Rental for 1404

109. [f. 1] Rental of occupied and vacant tenements belonging to the Bridge in divers parishes in London and Southwark as found at Michaelmas 1404, the last day of the 5th year of the reign of King Henry IV, by William Sevenok and John Whatele appointed Wardens of the said Bridge from that date

110. St Magnus. In the parish of St Magnus London is one house divided in length, half of which belongs to the Bridge and is occupied as appears viz:
Of <Katharine wife of the late> Roger Crouche for one shop of the said house yearly 26s. 8d.
Of (Mazera Acton) <Adam Broun> for the solar beyond the said shop yearly 10s.

111. St Leonard. In the parish of St Leonard Eastcheap are 2 shops with solars built over, of which the wardens of the said church are now tenants.
Of the same wardens for the aforesaid shops and solar yearly £4.

112. St Benedict [lost]. In the parish of St Benet Gracechurch is one tenement called le Horn on the hoop.
Of <Hugo> (Robert) Whappelode for the said tenement yearly £8 13s. 4d.

113. St Mary atte [lost]. In the parish of St Mary at Hill is one tenement with 2 cottages annexed to it which are let as appears viz:
Of (Richard Assheford) {Richard Kyng} {Richard Fermory} <Esmon Chelnetham> <de cotagiis sil> (26s. 8d.) <33s. 4d. [for both entries]> [in margin:] <Vacated at Easter 1405>
Of (the wife of) <Alice> Asketyn for the same tenement and cottage-[in margin:] <[illegible] at Michaelmas 8 Henry IV [1407] with decrease [illegible] 8d. yearly> {[illegible] at Easter 1409} <at [illegible] 13 Henry IV>
Of (the same Richard Assheford) for the said cottages yearly (13s. 4d) (Of John Wortyng for one [<d>] cottage {3s. 4d.}
[in margin:] <[illegible] at Midsummer 1405. Vacated at Midsummer 1407>

114. All Saints Barking. In the parish of All Saints Barking is one house [mansio] and one cottage which are let as appears viz:
Of (William Clerk) {Robert Bolton} {Henry Somer} <John Kyng woolpacker> for the said house yearly 30s.
[in margin:] <Memorandum of its hustilments on 15 February 1403> (Of John {John} Callere) {Henry Gerard} <Cokefeld woolpacker> for the cottage yearly (13s. 4d.) 10s.
[in margin:] <Entered at Easter 1405. Vacated at Michaelmas 1405. Gerard entered at Michaelmas 1407. Which [quiquid] J. Cokefeld at Midsummer 1414>

Total of this page £18 (13s. 4d.) <6s. 8d.>

115. [f lv.] St Dunstan. In the parish of St Dunstan beside the Tower in the lane called Waterlane are two cottages with gardens which are rented as appears viz:
Of Stephen atte Ponte one of the said cottages yearly 16s.
Of (Walter Lord) <John {Goldhawk} Pope> for the other cottage yearly 16s.
[in margin:] <Said Walter entered at Midsummer 1405>

116. Fenchurch. In the parish of St Dionis Fenchurch are 4 principal houses and 3 shops with solars which are let as appears viz:
Of (Edmund atte Wode) <now John Bonaunter> tapicer one of the said houses yearly (50s.) {46s. 8d.} <40s.>
[in margin:] <[illegible] 40d. yearly beginning at (Easter) <Christmas term> 1404>
Of (Edmund atte Wode) <John Wellyng> for another house there yearly (50s) <46s. 8d.>
[in margin:] <Entered at Midsummer 1405 with decrease of 40d. a year>
Of (Robert Spayne) <John Goodyng> for another house there yearly (50s) {46s. 8d.} <40s.>
[in margin:] <Decreased 40d. yearly beginning (Easter) <as if entered at Christmas> 1404>
Of (John Silkeston) <Thomas Wode> for another house there yearly (53s. 4d.) <50s.>
[in margin:] <Decrease 40 d. yearly beginning (Easter) <as if entered at Christmas> 1404>
Of (John Stratford) {James Horn} {William Holwode} <now Thomas Drury> for one shop there yearly 20s.
[in margin:] <Vacated at Midsummer 1406>
Of (Richard Chaundeller) {Thomas Hawkyn} {Robert Carpenter} <William Colchester> for one shop there yearly 20s.
[in margin:] <Entered at Easter 1405. Vacated at Christmas 1405> Of (John Hamersham) {William Baron} <Walter Brewere> for 1 shop there yearly 20s.
[in margin:] <Entered at Christmas 1404. Vacated at Midsummer 1406>

In a certain alley there are 7 cottages which are let as appears below viz:
Of (John Panter) <Edmund atte Wode> <now the aforesaid John Bonaunt' not in addition to but included with the aforesaid sum of 40s.> (6s. 8d.) {4s.}
[in margin:] <Entered the morrow of Michaelmas 1405. Vacated. Wode entered at Midsummer 1409 with decrease of 2s. 8d. a year>
Of Robert Tropynell for one cottage there yearly 8s.
Of (John Lambheth) {Henry Taillour} {John {Stanes} Braynford} {Alexander Stacy} <Robert Bekett'> for another cottage there yearly 8s.
Of (Thomas Wade) {William Stowt} {Henry Taillour} {Robert Saltford} {William Stoute} <Sir Thomas chaplain> for another cottage there yearly 8s.
Of (Thomas Hankyn) {William {Stowt} Fawcon} {Robert Carpenter} <John Everyngham> for another cottage there yearly 10s.
Of (Bartholomew Peyntour) {Thomas Miles} {Thomas Hankyn} {Henry Gerard} {Richard Wrestlyngton} <John Felya> for another cottage there yearly 10s.
Of (John Wellyng) <Thomas {Miles} Hawkyn> for another cottage there yearly 10s

(Sum of the page £17 16s. at Michaelmas 5 Henry IV [1404])
{Decrease 5s. 10d. Thus sum of the page at Michaelmas 6 Henry IV [1405] £17 10s. 2d. nl}
<Sum of the page (7) <6> Henry IV £17 (2s. 8d.)>

117. [f. 2] All Saints in the Wall. In the parish of All Saints in the Wall are 4 cottages with gardens which are let etc.
Of (John Whitbred) {Clement Smyth} <John Sunneman> for one cottage there 13s. 4d.
Of (Thomas Rewe di) {Clement Smyth} {fre John} <John Sonneman> 13s. 4d.
Of (Thomas Culworth) <John Botiller> 13s. 4d.
Of John (Soneman) {Stoor} <Sonneman> 13s. 4d.

118. Augustine Papey. In the parish of St Augustine Papey are 3 cottages which are let as appears.
Of John Bruer 8s.
Of (Geoffrey Taillour) {John Bell} {John Laborer} 8s.
Of (Henry Bruer) {Richard Gardyner} {Agnes Copuldyke} <Roger Sawer> 8s.
[in margin:] <Vacated at Easter 1405 and entered at Midsummer then next. Vacated at Midsummer 1407. Entered at Midsummer 1407>

119. All Saints Hon[lost]. In the parish of All Saints in Honey Lane are 2 houses which are let as appears.
Of (John Pope) {William Grene} <Robert Kyngston grocer> (£7 6s. 8d.) {£5 6s. 8d.} <£6 [lost]>
[in margin:] <Vacated at Michaelmas 1405 and the said (William) <Robert> entered at ([illegible]) Midsummer 1412 (with decrease of 40s) <with increase of 2 marks> a year. {for the entry [illegible] before Christmas he gave 10s}>
Of (William Burton) <John Tapelegh> £4 13s. 4d.

120. St Margaret Moy[lost]. In the parish of St Margaret Moses in Friday Street is one inn [hospitium] called le Cheker on the Hoop which is let as appears.
Of (Thomas Broun) <Gy Bakere> for the said tenement 106s. 8d.

121. In the Old Fishmarket. In the parish of St Mary Magdalen beside the Old Fishmarket is one inn with 2 shops annexed which are let as appears.
Of Robert Chesterton £4.
Of (William Burton) {Russell} <Joan Shept' 5s. and Alice Mockyng 5s.> 10s.

122. Old Change. In Old Change are 28 shops with solars built over which begin at Cheap on the west side and extend to the gate of St Augustine and are let as appears.
1. Of John (Bernes) <Swafham> 66s. 8d.
2. Of (Richard Halle) <John Swafham> (66s. 8d.) <40s.>

Sum of the page (£32 7s. 4d.) <at Michaelmas 7 Henry IV [1406]> {£30 7s. 4d.}

[f. 2v.] 3. Of John Strete (16s.) <13s. 4d.>
4. Of (Thomas Wolwych) <John Strete> (16s.) <13s. 4d.>
5. Of (John Sherston) {Kirketon} {Elyne} <the storehouse> (16s.) <13s. 4d.>
[in margin:] <Entered at Easter 1405. Vacated at Michaelmas 1405>
6. Of (Isabella Shepster) {Elyne Spaldyng and her husband} {John Middilmas} <John Barley (16s.) <13s. 4d.>
[in margin:] <Entered at Easter 1405>
7. Of (Hubert Leger) <John Hewe> (16s.) <13s. 4d.>
8. Of (Cristiana Frowe) {Parker} {Agnes Coteler} {Th. Eidard} <John Hewe> (16s.) <13s. 4d.>
[in margin:] <Vacated by Cristiana Frowe Michaelmas 6 Henry IV [1405]. Entered at Midsummer 1405. Entered Parker at ([illegible]) Easter 1407. Vacated at Christmas 1408>
9. Of (Thomas Dunston) <Richard Blake> (16s.) <13s. 4d.>
10. Of (John Halle) <Emota Rede> (16s.) <13s. 4d.>
11. Of (Thomas Molton) {and Agnes Brok} <John Ewhurst> (16s.) <13s. 4d.>
12. Of Thomas Wemme (16s.) <13s. 4d.>
13. Of (Margaret de Bery) {William Fifhede} <Isabell Blakewelle> (16s.) <13s. 4d.>
14. Of (Joan Lytster) {William Skete} {Edward Alderbury} {Robert Roue} <John Rowe> (16s.) <13s. 4d.>
[in margin:] <Vacated at Christmas 1404. Entered Skete at Michaelmas. 7 Henry IV [1406]>
15. Of John Colour (16s.) <13s. 4d.>
16. Of (Margery Boteler) {William Smyth} {Th Mason} <William Fifede> (16s.) <13s. 4d.>
[in margin:] <Entered at Christmas 1404. Entered (Smyth at Midsummer 1408)>
17. Of (William Joynour ducheman) (16s.) <13s. 4d.>
18. Of (William Skete) <storehouse> (16s.) <13s. 4d.>
[in margin:] <Vacated at Michaelmas 7 Henry IV [1406]>
19. Of (Agnes Rodbourne) {Katharine Whappelod and Wat' Hervy} {James Sergeant} (16s.) <13s. 4d.>
20. Of (John Harle) <Vacated> (16s.) <13s. 4d.>
21. Of (John Steven) {John Lee} (16s.) <13s. 4d.>
22. Of (John Fox) {John Nicholl} {Giles Armourar} <John Tuck> (16s.) <13s. 4d.>
[in margin:] <[lost] Easter 1405>

Sum of the page £16.

[f. 3] 23. Of (William Buxton) {Henry Colworth} <John {Webbe} Sherwode> (16s.) <13s. 4d.>
[in margin:] <Entered at Michaelmas [illegible]>
24. Of (John Mapulton) {Fox} {Henry Colworth} {Emma Goldsmyth} (16s.) <13s. 4d.>
[in margin:] <Mapulton left at Midsummer 1405. Fox at Easter 1407. Vacated at Christmas 1407>
25. Of (John Prat) {Pryk} {Katherine Tapster} (16s.) <13s. 4d.>
[in margin:] <Entered at Easter 1405>
26. Of (John Herberger) {Robert Ladde} <Henry Nedeler> (16s.) <13s. 4d.>
[in margin:] <Vacated at Easter 1405>
27. Of (John Dufle) {Robert Taillour} <Nicholas Skulton> (16s.) <13s. 4d.>
[in margin:] <Entered at Michaelmas at the end of 12 Henry IV [1411] with decrease of 2s. 8d.>
28. Of Nicholas Skulton 40s.
[in margin:] <Entered {at the feast} <on the morrow> of Michaelmas 6 Henry IV [1405]>

123. Paternoster Row. In Paternoster Row is one great messuage and 30 shops with solars which are let as appears.
Of (James Hukvale) <Simon Prentoft> waxchandler, (£10) <10 marks>
[in margin:] <Vacated at Michaelmas 6 Henry IV [1405] and Simon Prentoft entered at Easter 1406 with decrease of 5 marks a year>
Of (Nicholas Copursmyth) {Roger Wodecok} {John Rede} 26s. 8d.
Of (John Yonge) {Nicholas Est} 26s. 8d.
Of (Nicholas Copursmyth) {the wife of John Yonge} {John Boys}
<Peter Bilton> 26s. 8d.
<Of Peter Bylton for 1 shop 26s. 8d.>
Of (Salamon Oxneye for (3) {2} shops) <Peter Bilton> (£4) <53s. 4d.>
Of John (Roulond) <Robert> 26s. 8d.
Of Thomas (Denlond) <Fissh> 26s. 8d.
Of Richard More 26s. 8d.
Of Thomas (Hyeline) <Boweland> 26s. 8d.
Of Thomas Marleburgh for 2 shops, 53s. 4d.
Of (Richard) <Roger> Ibot 26s. 8d.
Of {the wife of} Thomas (Charleton) <Broke> 26s. 8d.
Of Maurice Wether 26s. 8d.

Sum total of the page <at Michaelmas 7 Henry IV [1406]> (£36) {£32 13s. 4d.}

[f. 3v.] Of (Nicholas Sprot) {Edmund Cook} <Edmund Cok> 26s. 8d.
Of (John Hun) <Herman Skereueyn> 26s. 8d.
Of Roger Dune 26s. 8d.
Of (Thomas Glade) {atte Wode} <John Broun> 40s.
Of (the same Thomas) <Peter Fulborn> 26s. 8d.
Of (Thomas Eynesham) 26s. 8d.
[in margin:] <Vacant because he left at Midsummer 1409>
Of (Thomas Glym) {John Lymynour} {Barbour} <William Wodehows barber> 26s. 8d.
[in margin:] <Glym left at Christmas 1407. Lymynour entered at Midsummer 1408>
Of (the same Thomas) {William Kyngeston} <Richard Martyn> 26s. 8d.
[in margin:] <Glym left at Christmas 1407>
Of (Gregory Sompnour) {William Rillesthorp} {Thomas Enysham} {John Elmham} <John Benett> 26s. 8d.
Of (John Anys) {Roger Cornewell} 26s. 8d.
[in margin:] <[illegible] at Easter 1405>
Of (William Durham) {John Brys} 26s. 8d.
Of <John Langele over the shop, and he pays 20s a year> 26s. 8d.
[in margin:] {Vacant for [illegible] beginning} <Langele entered at Christmas 1405>. {[illegible] Langele [illegible] the shop at Easter 1406} Of (John Colmakere) {William Bilesthorp} {Richard Pryour} Thomas Byllesthorp 26s. 8d.
[in margin:] <Bilesthorp left at Easter 1409>
Of (Margaret Broun widow) {vacant} 26s. 8d.
[in margin:] <Vacated at Christmas 1404>
Of (Morice Steynour) {John White} <Roger Cornwaille>

124. Michael atte Corn. In the parish of St Michael le Quern is a tavern with the sign of le Raven which is let as appears.
Of (John Brok taverner) {Robert Bastewyk} <Bernard Roy> (£8) {£8} {£6 13s. 4d.} <£6 13s. 4d.>
[in margin:] <Entered the morrow of Michaelmas 6 Henry IV [1405]. Decreased beginning at Easter 1406 by 26s. 8d. Vacated by the said John Brok at Michaelmas 1406. Bastewik entered at Christmas 1406 with increase [lost] a year>

125. At the Shambles. In the parish of St Nicholas Shambles are divers houses which etc.
Of (Nicholas Wyght) <J. Merssh> 50s.
<Of Henry Fouler for the tenement late of Laurence Sely 20s>
Of (John Shoppe) <Robert Fynch> butcher for the tenement called le Ball £6 13s. 4d.
Of (Nicholas Osbarn) <William Reed> for 2 shops (£6 13s. 4d.) <£5 6s. 8d.>
[in margin:] <Decrease beginning {at Michaelmas} <on entry at Midsummer> 6 Henry IV [1405] 26s. 8d. a year>

Sum total of the page (£44 10s) <at Michaelmas 8 Henry IV [1407]> {£43 16s. 8d.} <£43 3s. 4d.>

[f. 4] Of Thomas Sompnour for 2 shops 106s 8d.
Of (John Reynes for 1 shop and 2 chambers) {John Symson} {Philip Wheler} {vacant} <Walter Drope> (£3) <£4 {6s. 8d.}> [probably refers to this and the next entry]
[in margin:] <Said Symson entered at Christmas 1404, vacated at Easter 1406. Wheler entered at Easter 1408>
Of (John Mormore for 1 shop 20s.)
[in margin:] <Vacated at Christmas 1404>
Of John Maister (£9 6s. 8d.) {£8 6s. 8d.} <£6 13s. 4d.>
[in margin:] <Decreased 26s. 8d, beginning at Christmas 1404. Item decreased 13s. 4d. at Midsummer 1411>
Of John Denge for a certain brewhouse [domo bras'] £4.

126. At the Shambles and St Audoen [Ewen]. In the parishes of St Nicholas Shambles and St Ewen are 17 shops and one house over the gate of the Friars Minor which are let etc.
Of (William Gyllowe) <Simon Roughhed> 33s. 4d.
Of (Geoffrey Adam) {Robert Somerton} <William Giles> 46s. 8d.
Of William (Glovere) <Giles> 40s.
Of (Simon Roughhed) <William Torold> 40s.
Of (Henry Horntoft) {William Giles} <Reginald Barbour> 40s.
Of (Robert Somerton) <John Boor> 40s.
Of (Richard Coventre) <John Brigge> 40s.
Of (William Whelpele) {William} <Richard Botle> 40s.
Of (Thomas Haberdassher) <William Loder> 40s.
[in margin:] <Vacated at Midsummer 1405. Botle entered at Michaelmas 6 Henry IV [1405]>

127. In the said parish are 8 cabins [cabane] which are let as appears.
Of (the wife of Thomas Taillour) {John Austyn} <Is. Huxst'> 6s. 8d.
Of (Joan Haberdassher) {Peter Cotiller} {Alice Pesecod} 5s.
Of (the same Joan) {Peter} {William Wotton} <Ralph Hill> 6s. 8d.
Of (Joan Frampton) {Agnes Brown} <Peter Coteler> 6s. 8d.
Of (John Brauncestre) {[John] More & William Wade} <Walter Holand> for (two cabins) <one cabin> (13s. 4d.) <6s. 8d.>
Of (John Spenser for another) 6s. 8d.
Of (Laurence Pynner) {Thomas Belymaker for one} (13s. 4d.) <6s. 8d.>
{Of Robert Clerk for another} 6s. 8d.
Of (John Cappe) {William Edward} 4s.

128. [in margin:] <The Stocks [Les stokkes]> <Of John Morion for a house over the Stocks £4.
Of the schoolmaster for another house there 66s. 8d.>

Sum total of the page (£43 9s.) <at Michaelmas 7 Henry IV [1406]> {£42 [illegible]} <9s.>

129. [f. 4v] In the parish of St Nicholas Shambles and St Ewen there are 27 shops and one house over the gate of the Friars Minor which are let as appears.
Of (Walter Blawe for 5 shops £16 13s. 4d.)
[in margin:] <Decreased 13s. 4d. yearly beginning at Easter 1405> <Of <the wife of> John Hode for {2} <1> shop{s} <and Philip Wheler for the other shop> £6 13s. 4d.>
<Of John Lyncoln for 1 shop <now of John Goodhewe <and John Frensh> £4>
<Of John Baxstere for 1 shop <now of William Stichemersh> 53s. 4d.>
<Of John Vale for 1 shop <William Reed> 53s. 4d.>
Of William Bull 70s.
Of John (Fauconer) <Asshewell> 66s. 8d.
Of (John Rower) for the house [mansio] over the gate of the said Robert Huwet (26s. 8d.) <20s.>
[in margin:] <Rower vacated at Easter 1405. Huwet entered at Michaelmas next>
Of Robert Huwet 66s. 8d.
[in margin:] <Decrease of the house over the gate 6s. 8d. yearly beginning from {Midsummer} <Michaelmas> 6 Henry IV [1405]> Of Thomas Leycestre (63s. 4d.)
Of (Marion Kyrkeby) Thomas Leycestr' (53s. 4d.) <£6 [for this and preceding property, bracketed together]>
[in margin:] <Thomas Leycestr' holds by deed for 20 years beginning at Easter 1405 and gives an increment for both of 40d. a year>
Of (John Wawe) {John Howhe} {Philip Percell} <John Bokenell> 56s. 8d.
Of (Peter Kyrkeby) <the same John Bokenell> (53s. 4d.)
[in margin:] <[lost] Peter Kirkeby at Michaelmas 6 Henry IV [1405] with {decrease} {increase} <decrease> of 10s. a year. Beginning at Michaelmas 9 Henry IV [1408] of 10s. a year.>
Of (Laurence Est) <the same John Bokenell> (40s.) {£4 3s. 4d.} <£4 13s. 4d.> [for this and preceding property, bracketed together]
Of (Robert Huwet) {Thomas Leycestr'} {John Bokenell} <Philip Porcell> 40s.
Of the same (Robert) {Thomas} {John} <Philip> 40s.
Of (William Wyxton) <Robert Marchale> (40s.) {53s. 4d. [for this and following entry]} <33s. 4d.>
[in margin:] <Entered the morrow of Michaelmas 6 Henry IV [1405]. with decrease of 26s. 8d in those tenements {beginning at Christmas 1404} [he] holds by deed>
Of (the same William) <John Lyndesey> (40s.) <20s.>

130. On the Bridge. On the east of the bridge beginning at the Staples [Stulpas] (fn. 1) towards London there are divers shops which are worth yearly as appears.
Of (the wife of Abraham Seyntfeyth) {Thomas Paxon grocer} <Robert Oteleye> 53s. 4d.
Of (Thomas Kyng) <Robert Oteleye> 53s. 4d.
Of (Thomas Naunby) {Richard Burgeys} <Thomas Kyng> 53s. 4d.
Of (Simon Warle) <Thomas Kyng> 40s.
Of (Peter Blak) <James Grene> 36s. 8d.

(Sum total of the page £61 6s. 8d.) {Michaelmas 6 Henry IV [1405] £59 10s.} {£58 13s. 4d at Michaelmas 7 Henry IV [1406]} <Sum total £59 3s. 4d.>

[f. 5] Of John (Hyde) <Westowe> £3 6s.
[in margin:] <2 tenements>
Of Roger Gylot and Avice his wife 36s.
Of (Michael Mordon) <John Soler> and Agnes his wife 30s.
Of (Gilbert Peryman) <Richard Osgood> 32s.
Of (John Goldesburgh) {Walter Laurence} <William Waryn> 26s. 8d.
Of Thomas Foule spurrier <and others licensed there by t'> 26s. 8d.
Of (John Chymbeham) {Richard Clyf} <John Welys cutler> and Joan his wife 32s.
[in margin:] <Entered about 30 September 11 Henry IV [1410] [illegible] Memorandum of glazed windows bought [lost] and benches in the hall, wooden wall [lost] <and 1 lattice> shelves, partitions, chests [lost] hall and glazed windows in the shop>
Of John (Vylere) <Gilot> 26s. 8d.
Of (Thomas Bromley) {William Kynton} <Thomas Robelard> 26s. 8d.
Of Walter Peryman 32s.
Of (Margery Lynne) {Walter Weddesbury} <Thomas Hamond cutler> 23s. 4d.
Of (Peter Frenssh) <Walter Holme and Isabella his wife> 33s. 4d.
Of (William Fouche) <John Chapman haberdasher and Agnes his wife> 31s. 8d.
Of (Richard Burgeys) {Thomas Jolyf} <Robert Darcok armourer and Geliana his wife> 21s.
Of (Thomas Jolyf) <the same Robert and Geliana> 43s.
[in margin:] <2 tenements>
Of (Richard Tabelmaker) {Alice Blak, late his wife} {John Trot} <William Rotour and Cristiana his wife> 21s.
Of (Matilda Gerars) <Richard Brydbrook> 21s.
[in margin:] <Memorandum of the necessaries of the said house bought, as appears in the purchases in the 52nd week of [the account for the year] 8 Henry IV [1406–7]>
Of (John Reynold) <Thomas Moger> 23s
Of {the wife of} (Thomas Gaudre) <John Legat and Joan [his] wife> 21s.
Of (John Shordyche) {William Weddesbury} <John Palmere and Joan his wife> 21s.
Of (John Webbe) {[John] Hughe and Agnes his wife} {Ralph Cleef} <Thomas Fermery> 21s.

Sum total of the page £3 5s.

131. [f. 5v.] Of John Wodelond 23s.
Of John (Coman) <Swettecok> 20s.
Of <the wife of> Ralph Sporyer 20s.
Of (Robert Whitway) <Walter Pelham> 20s.
Of (John Style) {Wellys cutler} {in the hands of the Wardens for a fine} <Roger Wymmerse and Katherine his wife> 20s.
Of (Ralph Cook) <John Drewry> and Katherine his wife 22s.
Of (William Hasulden) {the wife of Hasulden} <the wife of Geoffrey Doon> 33s. 4d.
Of William Clerk 20s.
Of (Matilda Foulhardy) <Walter Takeneswell> 16s.
Of (William Moger) {for 2 Katherine Moger} (36s.) <46s. 8d.>
[in margin:] <Increase 10s. 8d. beginning from Midsummer 1408>
Of (John Hert) {Richard Whityngton} {Andrew Rede} {John {Grene} Yerde} <John Spene brochemaker> 40s.
Of (John Verne) <William Dyngewyk} 16s.
Of (Robert White) <Bartholomew Bownde purser> <and Margaret his wife> 16s.
Of <the wife of> (John Page) <now {Thomas Waleys} his wife> 20s.
Of <the wife of> (John Page) <now {Thomas Waleys} his wife> 16s.
Of <the wife of> (Walter) Eggelof 20s.
Of (John Bury) {Drury} <Robert Breton bowyer> <and Felice his wife> 13s. 4d.
Of (John Charryng) {Agnes Babyngton {art' de} linendraper} <Robert Breton bowyer {and Felice his wife}> 13s. 4d.
Of (William Barton) {Robert Percyvall} {William Gilmyn} {[William] Moger} <Richard Grene cutler> 13s. 4d.
Of Thomas Edmere [name altered] 26s. 8d.
Of John Chaumbr' 20s.
Of (John Hallary) {Ralph Heriott stringer} <Stephen Sampton and Joan his wife> 16s. 8d.

Sum total of the page £24 (11s. 8d.) <2s. 4d.>

132. [f. 6; heading Pons]
Of (Simon Aston) <John Hale> 40s.
Of (William Serteyn) <Stephen Santon> 26s. 8d.
Of (Richard Lambard) <Henry Stryngere} 20s.
Of Henry <Yoonge> Stryngere and Joan his wife 26s. 8d.
Of (John {Peter} Frenssh) <Richard Millyng> <and Anne his wife> 26s. 8d.
Of (William {Philip} Alblast') {Richard Millyng} {W Warewik fletcher} <Alexander atte Wode bowyer and Joan his wife> 13s. 4d.
Of (Agnes Mordon) {John Shadewell} {the same Richard Millyng} <Of W Warewyk> 13s. 4d.
Of (John {Roger} Cotys) {John Shadewell} <Sampson Longe> 13s. 4d.
Of (John Barbour) {Thomas Haket} {Walter Bury} <Thomas Edward> 16s.
Of (the same John) {Thomas Hille} {Alice Hill} 10s.
Of Henry Roulond 10s.
Of (the same Henry) <Alexander atte Wode bowyer> 26s. 8d.
Of (John Broun) {[John] Wellys barber} <William Shene botelmaker> 26s. 8d.
Of (John Knyf) {Alexander Wode} {William Clerk} <Thomas Salman> 26s. 8d.
Of Richard Peryman 26s. 8d.
Of (John Goldfynch) <Richard Phelipp grocer> 33s. 4d.
Of (Robert Man) {John Deken} <Richard Philipp grocer> 26s. 8d.
Of (John Mokkyng) {William Skot} <John Doune> (26s. 8d.) <30s>
[in margin:] <Vacated at Michaelmas 7 Henry IV [1406]>

133. On the west part of the Bridge. On the west part of the Bridge beginning at the Staples [Stulpas] towards Southwark are divers shops which are worth as appears.
Of (Thomas Lydeyard cook for the first shop) {Richard Abraham} {John Doke} <John Esgaston for both houses> (53s. 4d.) <£4 13s. 4d.> [for both this and next entry] <Memorandum of necessaries bought 29 [rest of date lost]>
Of the same (Thomas for the second shop) {Richard} <John> (53s. 4d.)
[in margin:] <Decreased 13s. 4d. yearly beginning {at Michaelmas} <at previous Midsummer> 6 Henry IV [1405]>
Of (Joan Foster) <Richard Peryman> (40s.) <33s. 4d.>
[in margin:] <Vacated at Christmas 1406. Entered at Michaelmas 8 Henry IV [1407]. Decreased from Midsummer 1408 6s. 8d. a year>

(Sum total appears £27 16s.) <at Michaelmas 7 Henry IV [1406]> {£27 6s. 8d.} [illegible]
<Sum appears £26 19s. 4d.>

134. [f.6v.] Of (William Stekeney) {Mokkyng} <John {Dekene} Joye> (53s. 4d.) <46s. 8d.>
[in margin:] <Vacated at Midsummer 1406. Entered {at Christmas 1406 Mokkyng} Dekene at Midsummer 1408 with decrease 6s. 8d. a year>
Of John Marchall (40s) 33s. 4d.
[in margin:] <Decrease beginning Midsummer 1408 6s. 8d. a year>
Of (William Banastre) {John Sherman} {Edward Uphewe} {John Tornour} <John Ruston (40s.) <33s. 4d.>
[in margin:] <Banastre vacated at Easter 1406 and the said Sherman entered at Midsummer 1405 [sic] with decrease 6s. 8d. yearly beginning at Midsummer 1408>
Of (Joan Blount) {John Esgaston} <Robert Fairford> (60s.) <53s. 4d.>
[in margin:] <Decrease of 6s. 8d. yearly beginning at Christmas 1404>
Of (John atte Wode) <the same Robert> (40s.) 33s. 4d.
[in margin:] <Decrease 6s. 8d. beginning at Midsummer 1408>
Of (John Hethe) {Clement Bisshop} {John Doncastre} <Alexander Prior> (40s.) <33s. 4d.>
[in margin:] <Vacated at Christmas 1406. Bisshop entered at Michaelmas 11 Henry IV [1410] with decrease of 6s. [sic] a year>
Of (John Skyllere) <Clement Bisshop> (40s.) <33s. 4d.>
[in margin:] <Decrease beginning Midsummer 1408>
Of the Stone Gate 20s. <delivered to William Est paying nothing>
Of (John Tournour for 2 shops) {Ralph Strynger} {William Est} <Alice wife of the said William> 26s. 8d.
[in margin:] <2 tenements>
Of (John Delley) {Reilley} {the same Ralph} {William} <and the wife of the said William> 13s. 4d.
Of (Geoffrey Coupere) <Thomas Welbourne> 26s. 8d.
Of Richard Chaumberleyn 20s.
Of John Volantyn 20s.
Of Robert Crull 26s. 8d.
Of (Nicholas Neffold) <the same Robert Crull> 20s.
[in margin:] <[illegible] 5 March 1408 the same Nicholas voluntarily surrendered the house in the countinghouse>
Of (Ralph Heryot) {[Ralph] Blakelowe} <William Shene and Alice his wife> 26s. 8d.
Of (John Hyllary) {Roger Hillary} <John Symmes> 26s. 8d.
Of Nicholas Holford 16s.
Of (Hugh More) <the same Nicholas> 16s.
Of (John Gaudre) {John Beneyt} <Thomas Namby and Alice his wife> 13s. 4d.
Of (John Heywode) <Matilda Heywode> 13s. 4d.

Sum total appears (£39 18s. 8d.) <at Michaelmas 6 Henry IV [1405]> {£29 12s.} <£27 12s.>

135. [f. 7] Of (Laurence Sely) {Joan Whetear} {Walter Horneby draper} {John Legat and Joan his wife} <Of John Tanner barber> <and Katherine his wife> 13s. 4d.
Of {the wife of} (Thomas Rous) <Walter Horneby draper> {and Agnes his wife} 26s. 8d.
Of (William Burton) {Agnes Burton} {Andrew Reed draper} <Of Robert Miles spurrier and Agnes his wife>
Of (Thomas Cardemaker) {William Estwyk} <Richard Davy> 16s.
Of <the wife of> Thomas Prudant 20s.
Of (John Derneford) <Richard Serteyn> (16s.) <20s.>
Of Thomas Katerham 16s.
[in margin:] <by the mayor>
Of (Henry Prat) <Emote Prat> 16s.
Of (Richard Appulton) <Nicholas Deye> 16s.
Of (John Chambre haberdasher) <William Erle> 20s.
Of (Christiana Trippyng) {Thomas Flete} <John Longevile and Isabella his wife> 16s.
Of (John Bourne) <Agnes Bourne> 36s.
Of (Richard) <John> Clerk <chaplain> <holds at will> 16s.
Of (Thomas Clyfton) <John Tournour> <for 2 tenements> 66s.
[in margin:] <2 tenements>
Of (John Merston) {William Hore horner} <Henry Warde and Joan his wife> 22s.
Of (Robert Percyvale) <William Barton> 20s.
Of Thomas Mount 20s.
Of (Richard Gray) {Alice his daughter} <John Hille> 20s.
Of (Peter Bonde) <John Hille> {girdler} <hosier and Alice his wife> 20s.
Of (Henry Lydesey) {Stephen Bertelot} <John (Sandon) Santon spurrier and Agnes his wife (33s.) <30s.>
Of John Scot 21s.

Sum total appears £23 7s.

136. [f. 7v.; heading Pons] Of (John Stafford) <Joan> {Stafford} <Coman> 21s.
Of (John Byle) <John Goldisburgh and Joan his wife> (46s. 8d.) <21s.>
[in margin:] <This John Byle twice paid a fine for his tenement in the time of William Chicheley, then warden of the Bridge, for putting in a tenant without licence>
<Of John Johnsone 26s. 8d.>
Of John Poudere 21s.
Of (John Hert) <Thomas Leget> 43s.
Of (Thomas Robelard) <Hynton's wife> 21s.
Of John Beuers 22s.
Of (Thomas Daniell) <Nicholas Holford> 31s. 8d.
Of Thomas (Goldesburgh) <Robelard> 26s. 8d.
Of (Robert Bray) <Alice Bray> 32s.
Of (Thomas Pencryche) {Leticia Pencryche} <John Swan> 26s.
Of John Leche 26s.
Of (Robert Tot) <Andrew Hunte girdler etc> <and Denise his wife> 32s.
Of (Walter Crane) {Thomas Sawyer} <Alan Brymmesgrove> <and Alice his wife> 26s.
[in margin:] <2 October 1406 it was granted to the same T. that he might have his kitchen in the said house by licence of the masters>
Of (Thomas Sawyer) <John Sergeaunt> 26s.
Of John Sergeaunt 32s.
Of (William Gylmyn) {by the wife of T. Regnold} {Thomas Balle} <John Farnham glover> 30s.
Of (John Brode) {Stephen Sedere} {Thomas Legat} {Guy [illegible]} <John Paddesle 36s.
Of John Bysshop 30s.
Of (John Clyfford) <Andrew Hunte> <and Denise his wife> 36s.
Of (William Ayston) <John Hale fletcher <and Anne his wife> for 1 <new> house with a stone pit [putt' petr'] over the cellar of Andrew Hunte there> (46s. 8d.) <£3>
Of John Chyld <junior and Alice his wife and John Child senior and Matilda his wife> (36s.) <£3>
[in margin:] <2 tenements>

Sum total appears £33 10s. 4d.

[f. 8; heading Suthwerk]
Of (Edmund Chaumberleyn) <John Child barber> 30s.
[in margin:] <Entered at Easter 1407>

137. Southwark. In Southwark is a certain brewhouse with the sign of le Crowne.
Of John (Wysbech for the same house) <Salford> £4.
Of (William Toche) <[blank] Clampart> (30s.) <46s. 8d.>
Of (John Lokyer) {Lambe' Lokyer} <Robert Devyt> 12s.
Of Walter Eggelof 10s.
Of <the wife of> John Pegrom 8s.
Of (John atte Mere) {Walter Pygrom} <John Hoddesdon> 8s.
Of (Arnald Savage knight) <Est's wife> (68s.) <£3 6s. 8d.>
Of (William Fuller) <John Barker fuller> 22s.
Of (Thomas Wanstall) {Nicholas Bury} {Thomas Russell} <Andrew Taillour> 10s.
Of (Ralph Heryot) <John White fletcher> 10s.
Of (John Flecher) <John Conscience> 10s.
Of John Brys 10s.
[in margin:] <By indenture from the Annunciation [25 March] in the same year for a term of 20 years>
Of (William Samwell) <John Dove> 10s.
Of (Geoffrey Coupere) {John Dekene} <and Robert Crull> 10s.
Of (William Trot) {Thomas Clerk} <Richard [deletion] Reek> 10s.
Of (John atte Gate) {Simon Sergeaunt} <Oliver Sawyer> 10s.
Of (John Warde) {Reignold Cristofre} <Robert Clerk> (10s.) {13s. 4d.} <20s.>
Of (John Brode) <William Clerk> (10s.) <13s. 4d.>
Of (John Hasteler) {Cristiana Hertford} <John Newman> 10s.
Of (Umfr' Shorbard) <Richard Giles> 10s.

Sum total appears (£19 8s.)

138. [f. 7v.; heading Suthwerk]
Of (William Profet) <Henry Hoke> 10s.
Of (Richard Samwell) {Gybon Bakere cutler} <John Basset> 10s.
Of (William Freman) <Henry Lord> 10s.
Of (the same William) <the same> 10s.
Of (Juliana Fuleslove) <John Welles> 10s.
Of John Swetman (10s.) <13s. 4d.>
Of <the wife of> (John Erlam) <John Toche> 10s.
Of <the wife of> (Stephen) Parker 10s.
Of (John Wellys) <Roger Reynold> (10s.) <6s. 8d.>
{Of a certain Frenchwoman [francigena quad']} <William Hoore> <5s.>

Sum total appears. £4 10s.

139. Sum total of all the aforewritten tenements at Michaelmas 5 Henry IV [1404], at which time this book was begun. (£462 2s.)
Sum total of all tenements viz. the morrow of Michaelmas 10 Henry IV [1409]. (£450 19s. 4d.)
Sum total of all tenements viz. the morrow of Michaelmas 11 Henry IV [1410] (£448 10s.)

140. [f. 9] Names of the tenants of the mills, tenements, lands and meadows belonging to the Bridge beyond the bars of Southwark in the fields of Lambeth, at the Lock, Hatcham, Camberwell, Lewisham, and Stratford at Michaelmas A.D. 1404 at the end of the 5th year of Henry IV.

141. (Thomas Lake) {Henry Hooke} <Thomas Bys> holds 19 acres of land in the field of Lambeth by farm yearly 26s. 8d.
[in margin:] {John Burnham holds for all by indenture except [that which is] retained in the hands of the Bridge}
Richard Langeford butcher for 4 acres of land and 2 pieces of meadow with a tenement at the Lock 50s.
Item at the Lock are 2 acres of land and 2 acres meadow called Carpentershawe and at le Sterte and Hatcham 1 acre of arable land in the hands of the Bridge, nil.
[in margin:] {John Goldesburgh and John Goodchep <and Roger Tanner butcher> holding <Carpentershawe> from 10 September 1412 to the Purification [2 February] next etc. for 13s. 4d.}
(John Short junior) {Henry Hooke} {John Short} {William Steente} <Robert Standon> holds 7 acres of land and 2 acres meadow beside Seint Thomas Wateryng and it renders yearly 20s.
(William Mareys) {John Short} {Henry Hooke} {William Steente} {W} <Richard> <Spore> holds one piece of land called Tenacre lying towards Hatcham, and it renders yearly 33s. 4d.
Thomas Trot holds the manor of Lewisham with 91 acres of land, 2 acres meadow and 5 acres wood, and it renders yearly 26s. 8d.
Robert Adcok holds one watermill at Lewisham with 2 acres pasture, and it renders yearly (53s. 4d.) <£3 by indenture>
Thomas Trotte holds one croft at Lewisham now newly cleared [de novo eradicat'] rendering therof yearly 6s. 8d.
[in margin:] <Memorandum that this croft contains in total 91 acres [illegible] and now it is cleared, increased [illegible] 6s. 8d.>

142. Quit-rents at Lewisham yearly
Of Thomas Pathe for quit-rent (6s. 8d.) <20d.>
Of Mabel Payse for quit-rent (6s. 8d.) <20d.>
Of William Crokker for quit-rent (5s.) <15d.>
Of Geoffrey Coke for quit-rent (5s. 8d.) <17d.>
Of William Couper for quit-rent (2s. 6d.) <7½d.>
Of Robert atte Mylne for quit-rent (16d.) <4d.>
Of John Capper for quit-rent (8d.) <2d.>
Of Robert Totfort for quit-rent (10d.) <2½d.>
Of William Alrede for quit-rent (16d.) <4d.>
of Elena Alrede for quit-rent (8d.) <2d.>
<Total 7s. 10d.>

143. [f. 9v.; heading Stratford]
Of (John Smyth) <Roger Yonge> farmer of the watermill for corn <called Saynemylle> and 13 acres meadow there £6 13s. 4d.
Memorandum that the vicar of West Ham has one acre assigned to him for tithe of all the said meadow.

Of (William Chylde) <Laurence Fuller> farmer of the watermill for fulling called Spylemansmylle and 4 acres of meadow and one embankment [walla] in length 3 furlongs, and one roda, (fn. 2) which embankment and roda are held of the master of the Hospital of St Thomas of Acre £6 13s. 4d.
Memorandum that this mill is free of any tithes payable to any church.

144. [f. 10] Rental of quit-rents paid and not paid belonging to the Bridge in London and Southwark, as are found at Michaelmas 1404, the last day of the 5th year of Henry IV, in the time of William Sevenok and John Whatele.

145. St Magnus. In the parish of St Magnus the Martyr are 3 shops with solars at the Staples [Stapulas] of the bridge, belonging to the fraternity of Salve in the said parish church of St Magnus, and they render yearly to London Bridge 12s.
Item in the same parish are 3 shops at the said Staples belonging to the said fraternity, and they render to the Bridge 3s. (2d.)
Item in the same parish is one tenement late of John Lovekyn and now of (Katherine Yevelee) the church of St Magnus, by the hands of the wardens thereof, and it renders yearly to the Bridge 5s. <denied>
Item in the said parish is one tenement on the corner opposite the said church belonging to a perpetual chantry in the said church, and it renders yearly to the Bridge by the wardens of the said church of St Magnus 66s. 8d.
Item in the said parish is one tavern sometime of Richard de Essex annexed to the said tenement belonging to the chantry, and it renders yearly to the Bridge by the said wardens of St Magnus 2s. 6d.
Item in the said parish is one shop annexed to the said tavern, and it renders yearly to the Bridge by the said wardens 15s.
Item in the said parish are 2 tenements annexed to the said tavern, of which one was of John le Brewer and the other of Thomas Warle, and now of Richard Toky, and now of Robert Rose, and they render yearly to the Bridge 40s.
Item in the said parish is one tenement lately of John de Durem now of the Prior and Convent of St Mary Southwark, and it renders yearly to the Bridge 12d.
Item in the said parish is one shop in Bridge Street now of (John Rydere) <Richard Wynter> now of the rector and wardens of the said church, and it renders yearly to the Bridge 8s. 9d. <denied>
In the same parish is one shop annexed to the said shop sometime of William Stodey now of Robert Domynyk, and it renders yearly to the Bridge 8s. 9d. <denied>

146. St Botolph by Billingsgate. In the parish of St Botulph by Billingsgate is one tenement lately of Master Henry Grofhurst and now of Henry Chaumbr' and now of his wife, and it renders yearly to the Bridge 16s. <denied>
In the same parish is one tenement lately of John Wroth and now of Robert Wydyngton, now of John Beauwmond chandler, now of Simon Seman and Thomas Selowe, and it renders yearly to the Bridge 12d. <denied>

147. St Mary at H[lost].
[in margin, referring to all 3 entries:] <Not known [ignoratur]>
In the parish of St Mary at Hill is one tenement lately of Henry Pycard which is parcel of a tenement lately of Alexander Bedyk, and it renders yearly to the Bridge <now of John Wade called le Lamb on the wharf of Billingsgate> 11s. 8d.
In the said parish is one tenement of the prior of Holy Trinity [Aldgate] which is parcel of the said tenement <on Trayerswharf>, and it renders yearly to the Bridge 6s. 8d.
In the same parish is one tenement sometime of John Lovekyn which is parcel of the aforesaid tenement <on either side of the lane which goes to Treyeresquarf>, and it renders yearly to the Bridge 3s. 4d.

148. [f. 10v.] St Dunstan by the Tower. In the parish of St Dunstan by the Tower is one tenement sometime of Nigel de Hakeney called Cokedonhalle, now of John Wade <now of Henry Pountfret>, and it renders yearly to the Bridge 10s.
In the same parish is one tenement belonging to <the rector of> the said church <called the parsonage>, and it renders yearly to the Bridge 7s.
In the same parish is one tenement <lately> of William atte Vyne and now of John Hende, now of William Flete, on the corner of Mincing Lane at the sign of le Cok, and it renders yearly to the Bridge 3s. <denied>
In the same parish is one tenement belonging to the Guildhall of London <called le Horshed>, and it renders yearly to the Bridge 4s. 8d.
In the same parish is one tenement lately of Adam Canon and now of John Denver, now of John Tropynell, and it renders yearly to the Bridge 4s. 8d.
In the same parish is one tenement sometime of Roger atte Ponde and now of (John Vigerous) {Richard Lynne} <now of William Turnell> now of his wife married to John Pyryton, and it renders yearly to the Bridge 2s. 6d.
In the same parish is one tenement sometime of John de Bengeo and now of Walter Bewe, now of his wife married to Alan Brett, and it renders yearly to the Bridge 2s. 6d.
In the same parish is one tenement lately of Nicholas Hotot and now of John Guy by his wife, and it renders yearly to the Bridge 4s. 8d. <denied>
In the same parish is one tenement lately of Isabella Rothyng and now of John Barbour holding there of (Nicholas) <Richard> Stowell, and it renders yearly to the Bridge 2s. <denied>

149. Berkyngchirche. In the parish of All Saints Barking is one tenement lately of Richard Grymesby and now of Ralph Codyngton, and it renders yearly to the Bridge 3s.
[in margin:] <This rent in arrears from 1437–8 {to 1443–4}>

150. St Andrew in Eastcheap. In the parish of St Andrew in Eastcheap is one tenement <called le Stonhous> lately of John Coleyne and now of Margaret Bamme, and it renders yearly to the Bridge 12d.

151. St Margaret in Bridge Street. In the parish of St Margaret in Bridge Street is one tenement <in Crooked Lane> lately of John Chircheman and now of (James Billyngford) <John Wissingflete> <sometime of John Wegge>, and it renders yearly to the Bridge 3s.
[in margin:] <Charter thereof folio 14 under number 42>

152. St Leonard in Eastcheap. In the parish of St Leonard in Eastcheap is one tenement lately of John Odyern and now of Robert Edward <and now of Richard Grove>, and it renders yearly to the Bridge 26s. 8d.
In the same parish is one tenement lately of John [erasure and insertion, illegible] and now of the prior of Christchurch Canterbury <now of Thomas Sampson butcher>, and it renders yearly to the Bridge 12d. <denied>
In the same parish is one tenement belonging to the house of Bermondsey, and it renders yearly to the Bridge <tenant {Richard Edward}> <Richard Grover> 8s.
In the same parish is one tenement lately of William Doget, and it renders yearly to the Bridge <beside le Cheker {towards the north}> 2s. <Vacant>
[in margin:] <Not known >
[f. 11] In the same parish of St Leonard is one tenement sometime of John de Causton and now of the prioress of St Helen, <the same holds> and it renders yearly to the Bridge 13s. 4d.
In the same parish is one shop lately of John <Fraunceys> and now of Isabella Martyn, and it renders yearly to the Bridge 12d. <Vacant>

153. St Benet Gracechurch. In the parish of St Benet Gracechurch is one brewhouse <at the sign of le Joye> now of John Curteys, and it renders yearly to the Bridge 9s. 4d.
In the same parish is one tenement lately of William Olyver and now of Thomas fitz Nichol <now of William Waldern called le Katerynwhele>, and it renders yearly to the Bridge 33s. 4d.

154. All Saints Gracechurch. In the parish of All Saints Gracechurch is one tenement with a forge lately of master Henry de Grofhurst and now of (Godfrey Coost) <George Benett>, and it renders yearly to the Bridge 40s.
In the same parish is one brewhouse [tenementum bracineum] lately of John le Warnere and now of John Buke tailor, and it renders yearly to the Bridge 5s.

155. St Katherine Cree [de Crychirche]. In the parish of St Katherine Cree is one house in the corner of Billiter Lane now of (Robert Drayton) <Thomas D Brayton [sic]> now of Robert Percy, and it renders yearly to the Bridge 8d.

156. St Mary Axe [atte Nax]. In the parish of St Mary Axe are 10 shops with solars built over, lately of John de Trumpeton and now of Thomas Davy draper and now of Walter Gawtron draper, and they render yearly to the Bridge 12d.

157. St Martin Outwich. In the parish of St Martin Outwich is one tenement lately of John de Totenham, and now belongs to the fraternity of the Tailors of London, and it renders yearly to the Bridge 3s.

158. St Michael Cornhill. In the parish of St Michael Cornhill is one tenement lately of Simon de Mordon and now belonging to the church of St Michael in Crooked Lane <sometime of Roger Piere>, and it renders yearly to the Bridge 8s. <Vacant>
[in margin:] <Not known >

159. St Edmund Lombard Street. In the parish of St Edmund Lombard Street is one tenement lately of William Dykeman <at the sign of the Skimmer [le Scomour]> and now it belongs to the college of Shottesbrook [Sodesbrook], and it renders yearly to the Bridge 5s.

160. St Clement by Candlewick Street. In the parish of St Clement by Candlewick Street is one tenement of the abbot and convent of Stratford, and it renders yearly to the Bridge 2s.
In the same parish is one tenement with 4 shops sometime of Nicholas le Neve and now of Avice Tonge <now of Theobald Allut'> <now of his wife>, and they render yearly to the Bridge 2s.
In the same parish are 3 shops with solars lately of Richard le Cotiller and now of James Snowe <now of Philip Bangor> <now of John Bokenham> <now of the son and heir of the said Philip Bangor apprentice with Stane, draper>, and they render yearly to the Bridge 4s.
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161. [f. 11v.] St Michael Crooked Lane. In the parish of St Michael Crooked Lane is one tenement lately of John Lovekyn and now [left blank], and it renders yearly to the Bridge 5s. <Vacant>
[in margin:] <Not known. Charter thereof on folio 21, number 85>
In the same parish is one bakehouse [ten' pistrinen'] sometime of Agnes Lucas and now of Richard Radewell <now of John Sadeler>, and it renders yearly to the Bridge 5s.

162. All Saints the Less. In the parish of All Saints the Less is one tenement lately of William le Sadler and now of (John Gravesende) <Hugh Bame> <[illegible] in the corner at Conyhope Lane>, and it renders yearly to the Bridge 4s.
In the same parish is one tenement sometime of William de Leyre and now of Adam Fraunceys, now of the Chamber of the Guildhall, and it renders yearly to the Bridge 10s.
In the same parish is one tenement of the master and college of St Laurence [Pountney], and it renders yearly to the Bridge 6s.
[in margin:] <In arrears from 1435–6>

163. St Laurence by Candlewick Street. In the parish of St Laurence by Candlewick Street is one tenement lately of Roger de Depham and now of the Chamber of the Guildhall, and it renders yearly to the Bridge 19s. 8d.

164. St Mary Abchurch. In the parish of St Mary Abchurch is one tenement lately of John de Horford and now of John Creek <now of John Wodecok>, and it renders yearly to the Bridge 10s. <denied>

165. St Swithin. In the parish of St Swithin is one tenement lately of John Dunmowe and now of William Frenyngham <now of the churchwardens of St Swithin>, and it renders yearly to the Bridge 2s. 6d.
In the same parish is one tenement annexed to the said tenement now of (John Pellyng) <the rector of the church of St Swithin>, and it renders yearly to the Bridge 2s.

166. St Mary Bothaw. In the parish of St Mary Bothaw is one tenement lately of Thomas de Salesbury and now of the relict of Hugh Fastolf <now in the hands of the mayor and aldermen>, and it renders yearly to the Bridge 12d. <denied>

167. St Stephen Walbrook. In the parish of St Stephen Walbrook are two shops under one building lately of John Pecok and now one (is of John Walcote and the other) of Thomas Somersete <and Walter Gawtron and Agnes Cornehull>, and they render yearly to the Bridge 2s. <denied 12d. by Gawtron>

168. St Mary Woolnoth. In the parish of St Mary Woolnoth is one tenement lately of Hamo Lumbard and now of Margaret Bamme, and it renders yearly to the Bridge 13s. 4d.
In the same parish is one tenement lately of John Fysshe and now [left blank], and it renders yearly to the Bridge 2s. <Vacant>
[in margin:] <Not known >

169. St Bartholomew the Little. In the parish of St Bartholomew the Little is one tenement lately of Robert Litle and now of the prior of Christchurch Canterbury, and it renders yearly to the Bridge 2s. 6d. <Vacant>

170. St Pancras. In the parish of St Pancras is one seld called le Brodeselde now of William Norton, and it renders yearly to the Bridge 6s. 8d.
[in margin:] <Charter thereof folio 16, number [illegible]> {Not known}
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171. [f. 12] St Michael Queenhithe. In the parish of St Michael Queenhithe is one tenement lately of John de Blythe and now of (Robert Parys) {now of Richard Merlawe} <John Parker>, and it renders yearly to the Bridge 2s. <denied>

172. St Martin Ludgate. In the parish of St Martin Ludgate is one tenement with a forge lately of Gilott de Stratton and now <of John Gravesende> <and now of Nicholas Whaddon>, and it renders yearly to the Bridge 9s.
[in margin:] <The stainer's shop outside Ludgate>

173. St Bride Fleet Street. In the parish of St Bride Fleet Street is one tenement with 2 shops belonging to the church of St Paul London, the tenant of which is (Richard Pery chaplain) <tenent' hals'>, and it renders yearly to the Bridge 8s.

174. St Alban Wood Street. In the parish of St Alban Wood Street is one brewhouse lately of William Goodrych and now [left blank], and it renders yearly to the Bridge 4s. <Vacant>
[in margin:] <Not known >
In the same parish is one tenement sometime of John de Basyngstoke and now [left blank], and it renders yearly to the Bridge 2s. <Vacant>
[in margin:] <Not known>

175. St Mary Aldermanbury. In the parish of St Mary Aldermanbury is one tenement lately of William de Berkyng and now of Robert Rous, and it renders yearly to the Bridge 2s. <denied>

176. St Michael Bassishaw. In the parish of St Michael Bassishaw is one tenement lately of John de London and now [left blank], and it renders yearly to the Bridge 2s. <Vacant>
[in margin:] <Not known >
In the same parish is one tenement lately of Richard de Stotteford and now of William Norton, and it renders yearly to the Bridge 6s. 6d.

177. St Olave on the Wall [ad murum]. In the parish of St Olave on the Wall is one tenement of the hospital of St Mary without Bishopsgate <between Mugwellstret to the east>, and it renders yearly to the Bridge 3s. 6d. <Vacant>
[in margin:] <Not known >

178. St Stephen Coleman Street. In the parish of St Stephen Coleman Street is one tenement lately of Simon Dolseby <of the gift of Henry Gloucestr' to the Bridge> and now <of Margaret Fastolf>, and it renders yearly to the Bridge 2s. <Vacant>
[in margin:] <Not known >

179. Red Cross Street [Reedcrouchestrete]. In Red Cross Street is one tenement sometime of Richard Fitz Michel and now [left blank], and it renders yearly to the Bridge 4d. <Vacant>
[in margin:] <Not known >

180. East Smithfield. In East Smithfield is one tenement sometime of William de Basyng which is now the common cemetery, (fn. 3) and it renders yearly to the Bridge 4d.
[in margin:] <Vacant>

181. Bletchingley [Blecchyngle.] In (Blecchyngle) <Horton> is one tenement lately of William de Blecchyngle <and now of John King>, and it renders yearly 12d.

182. Stratford. Item at Stratford is one piece of meadow lately of John Briggewright <and now>, and it renders yearly to the Bridge 2s. <Vacant>
[in margin, for this and next entry:] <Not known>

183. Sawbridgeworth. Item at Sawbridgeworth <in Essex> is one tenement lately of Adam de Sabrichesworth <and now>, and it renders yearly to the Bridge 3d. <Vacant>

184. Paternoster Row. In Paternoster Row are tenements under the palace of the bishop of London, and they render yearly to the Bridge 40s. Whereof the bishop pays 20s., the prior of Charterhouse 10s., and John Lesse 10s., total 40s.

185. St Olave in Southwark. In the parish of St Olave in Southwark is one tenement of the hospital of St Thomas of Southwark, and it renders yearly to the Bridge 8s. <denied>
In the same parish is one tenement lately of William Fott and now belonging to the chantry of St Michael Paternoster [Paternosterchirche], wardens of the same church, and it renders yearly to the Bridge 13s. 4d.

186. St Margaret Southwark. In the parish of St Margaret Southwark is one tenement of the hospital of St Thomas, and it renders yearly to the Bridge 4s. <denied>

187. St George Southwark. In the parish of St George Southwark is one tenement with a garden out of the tenure of the prior and convent of St Mary in Southwark, and it renders yearly to the Bridge 13s. 4d.
In the same parish is one tenement called le Mote, lately of Ralph Double and now of William Neel <now of his son>, and it renders yearly to the Bridge 8s. <denied>
In the same parish is one tenement sometime of Walter de Bukstede and now [left blank], and it renders yearly to the Bridge 2s. <Vacant> [in margin:] <A Not known>

<Total appears 48s. 8d.>
<Total £31 12s. 6d.> [written in arabic figures]

Footnotes

1 The bollards protecting the entry to the Bridge.
2 Roadstead or landing-place?
3 The new cemetery opened at the time of the Black Death.