Subsidy Roll 1292
Bishopsgate Extra

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Eilert Ekwall

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1951

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'Subsidy Roll 1292: Bishopsgate Extra', Two Early London Subsidy Rolls (1951), pp. 188-189. URL: http://british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=31924 Date accessed: 26 November 2014.


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Eadem Warda extra, Bishopsgate Extra.

[Mem. 5, col. 2.]

1 Willelmus Lindraper [Part of the membrane torn away] (fn. 1)
2 Rob' Canun (fn. 2)
3 Joh' de Sancto Saluatore [d.] (fn. 3)
4 Hugo de Ponte d. (fn. 4)
5 Johannes le Gardiner s. (fn. 5)
6 Johannes de hakene ij s. (fn. 6)
7 Galfrid' dreye ij s. (fn. 7)
8 Ric' Leyk xl d. (fn. 8)
9 Willelmus pointel J m. (fn. 9)
10 Johannes Miles ij s. (fn. 10)
11 Johannes Gode ij s. (fn. 11)
12 Walterus Ske[l]fol ij s. (fn. 12)
13 Johannes Lingedraper x s. 13
14 Galfrid' de hundesdich xxx s. (fn. 14)
15 Ric' le Seinturer xl d. (fn. 15)
16 Thomas Broning xl d. (fn. 16)
17 Willelmus le Pinour xl d. (fn. 17)
18 Hugo mulgas J m. (fn. 18)
Summa - xvj lj. xix s. iiij d.
Capit. xxxvij.

Footnotes

1. William le Lyndraper 1295 LBA 194 (witness St. Botolph).
2. Robert Canun 1285 LBA 91 (with nos. 14 and 16). Very likely a kisser; cf. Geoffrey Canoun, kisser 1299-1300 Mayors 61. - 'The Canon', a nickname.
3. John de St. Saviour 1295-6 LBB 61, J. de Sancto Salvatore, kisser 1299-1300 Mayors 61. - Cf. CripI 68.
4. Cf. Geoffrey de Ponte 1286 LBA 166 (owner of a house in St. Botolph), Thomas de Bregge 1319 S [Bish 29]. A messuage in St. Botolph called Bruggehous, le Briggehous is referred to HMC 9th Rep 6 b, 1337 Plea 150.
5. John le Gardiner 1303 CW 158 (witness St. Botolph). Probably a fruiterer.
6. John de Hakeneye 1295 LBA 194 (witness St. Botolph), 1311 LBD 144 (a tanner). - Hackney Mx.
7. ME drie, dreye 'dry' (OE dryge) or ME drey 'doughty, fierce' (ON driugr).
8. Perhaps a nickname derived from ME leyk 'play, sport', analogous to Gamene [1319 S, Ports 9].
9. William Poyntel 1279 LBA 27 ff. (currier, currier of Basanc', i. e. basan), 1314 Mem 109 (6d. arrears of tallage in Bish), W. Pointel 1297 LBB 237 (repr. Bish). - Cf. CripI 70.
10. Possibly John Miles of Cornhull 1302 Mayors 181 (cheesemonger). - Cf. Bridge 13.
11. The surname probably means 'the good', but might be from Gode fn.
12. An i below the k of Skelfol seems to be meant as a correction of e to i. - ME skilful 'expert, clever'.
14. Geoffrey de Hondesdich 1275 RH 424 (juror Bish), G. de Hundesdich (e) 1285-6, 1297 LBA 210, LBB 238 (repr. Bish), 1298-9 Will (tanner, of St. Botolph). - Houndsditch, now in BishE and Ports.
15. Richard le Seinturer 1295 LBB 235 (repr. Bish). - OF ceinturier 'girdler'.
16. Thomas Broning 1285 LBA 91, 1286 ib. 166 (a tenant in St. Botolph), 1295 LBB 235 (repr. Bish), Th. Bru(n)ing 1299-1300 Mayors 61 (kisser). - Cf. Qu 34.
17. Very likely William le Horner 1295 LBA 194 (witness St. Botolph with no. 16), 1303 Will (of St. Botolph). - Pinour is no doubt early F peignour, pignour 'a maker of combs'. William may have been a maker of horn combs.
18. Hugh Mulgas 1293 LBA 183 (attorney of Norman Darci in respect of payment for wool), 1300 LBC 72 f. (deceased), H. Mulgar 1295 LBA 193 (a tenant in St. Botolph), 1318 LBE 101 (father of John de Assheby, a clerk). Hugh may have been a woolmonger. Another person with this surname is Adam Mulgas 1299-1300 Mayors 58, A. Mulgar, tailor 1304 LBB 136, 1308-9 Will. Cf. Vi 54. - The surname may be a compound of OF mul 'mule' and gars 'lad'. Gars is now pronounced [ga, gar], dial. [gas].