All Hallows Honey Lane
Tithe assessment 1681

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'All Hallows Honey Lane: Tithe assessment 1681', City of London tithe assessments: 1638-72. URL: http://british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=118321 Date accessed: 20 April 2014. Add to my bookshelf


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Allhallows Honey Lane

CLRO Assessment Box 45 MS 10: A new Rate in leiu of Tythes for the Incumbent of the parish of Hony Lane lately consolidated according to Stat of Parliament. 22. 23. Car.2.

Title Forename Surname Status Assessment
Sr William Barkham Baronet £2 8s
Mr George Salter £2 15s
Mr William Bletso £1 16s
Mr William Ovet £1 16s
Mr Edward Tickeridge £1 2s
Mr John Ward £2 8s
Mr John Fenkell £1 16s
Mr Nathanael Budde £1 16s
Sr Edward Waldoe Kt £3
Mr Henry Wootton £2 8s
Mr Thomas Taylor £2 8s
Mr Robert Rosagan £1 13s 6d
Mr Job Vere £3
Mr Peter Person £1 16s
Mr Thomas Freeman £1 4s
Mr Robert Luffe 12s 4d
Mr Joseph Walker 14s 4d
Mr John Dyer £1 8s 6d
Mr William Hether £1 6s 4d
Mr Richard Browne £1 16s
Mr Ralph Frewin £1 16
[TOTAL] 39

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Robt Clayton
Wm Skynner
John Fenkell
Job Vere
Thomas Freeman
Robt Rosagan
Peter Person
RalphFrewin

N.B. This is called a New rate because upon an appeale there was a Review made within 3. Months after June. 24. 1681 according to the direction of the act of Parliament 22. and 23. Car.2 wch appeales or reviews were not had in the parishes of St Mary-le-bow - or S Pancrace