Subsidy Roll 1319
Bridge ward

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'Subsidy Roll 1319: Bridge ward', Two Early London Subsidy Rolls (1951), pp. 211-216. URL: http://british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=31930 Date accessed: 23 July 2014.


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Warda Pontis, Bridge ward.

Parishes: see p. 139.

Alderman: John Lambyn [no. 1].

[Mem. 2.]

1 t De Johanne Lambyn xvj.s. viij.d. (fn. 1)
2 t De Thoma Beuflour x.s. (fn. 2)
3 t De Willelmo de Hokkele xliij.s. iiij.d. (fn. 3)
4 t De Willelmo Lambyn xx.s. (fn. 4)
5 t De Johanne Lucas xl.d. (fn. 5)
6 t De Thoma de Bury v.s. (fn. 6)
7 t De Stephano filio Rogeri xiij.d. q. (fn. 7)
8 t De Dono le Bocher xl.d. (fn. 8)
9 t De Simone de Kerebrok' xx.d. (fn. 9)
10 t De Galfrido Coco x.d. (fn. 10)
11 t De Galfrido ffayrher xij.d. (fn. 11)
12 t De Johanne de Reygnes xij.d. (fn. 12)
13 t De Boydone ffader xl.d. (fn. 13)
14 t De Gosselino le Seriaunt xiij.s. iiij.d. (fn. 14)
15 t De Johanne Cotekyn xl.d. (fn. 15)
16 t De Gilberto de Mordone xx.s. (fn. 16)
17 t De Waltero de Mordone xvj.s. viij.d. (fn. 17)
18 t De Radulpho Elys xl.d. (fn. 18)
19 t De Waltero atte More viij.s. iiij.d. (fn. 19)
20 t De Johanne de Braghing' dj.mar. (fn. 20)
21 t De Johanne de Ware xl.d. (fn. 21)
22 t De Willelmo le Bridere ij.s. (fn. 22)
23 t De Willelmo de Staneforde v.s. (fn. 23)
24 t De Ricardo Hagyn xx.d. (fn. 24)
25 t De Nicholao le Messager xl.d. (fn. 25)
26 t De Radulpho de Storteforde xl.d. (fn. 26)
27 t De Ricardo de nouo castro xx.d. (fn. 27)
28 t De Petro de Wygehaye v.s. (fn. 28)
29 t De Johanne Hosebonde v.s. (fn. 29)
30 t De Ricardo Pynfuel v.s. (fn. 30)
31 t De Ricardo Sterre x.s. (fn. 31)
32 t De Roberto le Pipere v.s. (fn. 32)
33 t De Johanne Gubbe v.s. (fn. 33)
34 t De Hugone de Mokkingg' xx.d. (fn. 34)
35 t De Radulpho Gandre v.s. (fn. 35)
36 t De Roberto le Cotiller ij.s. vj.d. (fn. 36)
37 t (De) Stephano Horn v.s. (fn. 37)
38 t De Roberto de Stratforde xl.d. (fn. 38)
39 t De Ricardo Brit viij.s. iiij.d. (fn. 39)
40 t De Gerardo le Chaundeler x.d. (fn. 40)
41 t De Ricardo Horn xx.s. (fn. 41)
42 t De Johanne atte Watere xx.d. (fn. 42)
43 t De Johanne quondam seruiente Edmundi Lambin xl.d. (fn. 43)
44 t De Willelmo le Cotiller v.s. (fn. 44)
45 t De Thoma de Ware ij.s. (fn. 45)
46 t De Adam Lucas ij.s. (fn. 46)
47 t De Andrea Horn v.s. (fn. 47)
48 t De Johanne de Wymondham dj.mar. (fn. 48)
49 t De Petro de Ware v.s. (fn. 49)
50 t De Roberto de Borham xl.d. (fn. 50)
51 t De Henrico Lambyn viij.s. iiij.d. (fn. 51)
52 t De Edmundo Lambyn v.s. (fn. 52)
53 t De Willelmo atte Wyche ij.s. (fn. 53)
54 t De Johanne Horn xl.d. (fn. 54)
55 t De Willelmo Launce xx.s. (fn. 55)
56 t De Thoma Pykeman ij.s. (fn. 56)
57 t De Elya le Barber x[ij].d. (fn. 57)
58 t De Johanne Olyuer [xx].s. (fn. 58)
59 t De Willelmo le Coupere xij.d. 59
60 in R. De Johanne de Warle J.mar. (fn. 60)
61 t De Talifrido de Wyntonia xl.d. (fn. 61)
62 t De Roberto Baudry xl.d. (fn. 62)
63 t De Ricardo Batecote dj.mar. (fn. 63)
64 t De Ricardo Gubbe dj.mar. (fn. 64)
65 t De Willelmo Rabot ij.s. (fn. 65)
66 t De Roberto le Gyrdeler ij.s. 66
67 t De Roberto le Chaundeler xij.d. 67
68 t De Ricardo le Cordewaner v.s. (fn. 68)
69 t De Thoma de Seynt Yue xij.d. (fn. 69)
70 t De Ricardo de Herkstede ij.s. (fn. 70)
71 t De Willelmo de Lughteburghe x[vj].d. (fn. 71)
72 t De Johanne de Wytham ij.s. (fn. 72)
73 t De Ricardo de Rothingg' xl.d. (fn. 73)
74 t De Willelmo de Burghe xl.d. (fn. 74)
75 in R. De Henrico Norman xxv.mar. (fn. 75)
76 t De Johanne de Creye xl.d. (fn. 76)
77 t De Mabilia Rotelond dj.mar. (fn. 77)
78 Nomina tax' t De Roberto Swote dj.mar. (fn. 78)
79 t De Simone le Cotiller v.s. (fn. 79)
80 t De Ernaldo le Chaundeler ij.s. (fn. 80)
81 t De Philippo Lucas v.s. (fn. 81)
82 t De Johanne Elys xl.d. (fn. 82)
Summa. xl.lj. ij.s. viij.d. q. prob. Inde subtr'
.xxvj.mar. vbi preponitur in R. Et remanet
.xxij.li. xvj.s. q.

In the sum total subtr' may represent subtrahitur or subtrahuntur. Rem.has been extended here and elsewhere to Remanet in accordance with the full form under Dowg.

Footnotes

1. John Lambyn senior, fishmonger 1305 LBB 152, Jon Lambin, Pessoner 1312-13 Ant Leg 246 (sheriff). Alderman 1312-19. See also p. 115. - Cf. 1292 S [Bridge 10].
2. One Thomas Beauflour, vintner, is mentioned from 1303 on (LBC 134), but he may have been of Vintry. One Thomas Beauflour was an exporter of wool in 1315 f. (Cl, Pat). The surname is clearly French.
3. William Hockele, stockfishmonger 1318 Pat, W. de Hokkele 1322 Will (owner of a house in St. Magnus). - Hockley Ess.
4. See 1292 S [Bridge 10].
5. See 1292 S [Bridge 86].
6. Thomas de Bury, butcher 1310 LBD 293, 1323 LBE 183, 1340 (1341-2) Will (of St. Leonard), Th. de Bery 1328 LBE 233 (warden of butchers), 1332 S (66s. 8d.). He was a son-in-law and probably an apprentice of Roger de Bery [1292 S, Bridge 39] and adopted his surname.
7. Stephen Fitz Roger 1323 CW 301 (preferred as purchaser of a tenement in St. Leonard by W. de Craye, butcher). Doubtless a butcher and very likely a son of Roger de Bery [1292 S, Bridge 39].
8. If Dono may be a hypocoristic form of Drew (Drugo), Drw le Bocher 1319 LBE 109, Druet Sharp 1323 ib. 183 (butcher of Eastcheap), Drugo Sharpe 1329-30 ib. 279.
9. Carbrooke Nf, Carbrook YW.
10. Geoffrey de Dynyngtone, cook, adm. 1311-12 LBD 81. - Dennington Sf.
11. Geoffrey Fairher 1332 S (1 m.), G. Fayrher, cook 1348-9 Will (of St. Leonard). He mentions Robert de Rothyngges his brother and Leticia de R. his sister, and seems to have come from Roding Ess. - Fairher 'fair-haired'.
12. Rennes or Rheims in France.
13. Boidnus Fader 1324 Cor 93, Boydin Fader 1328 LBE 233 (warden of butchers), 1332 S (16d.), 1341 (1342) Will (butcher, of St. Leonard). - 'The father', perhaps originally 'senior'.
14. Gocelin le Serjant 1298 Mayors 19 (serjeant of sheriff), G. de London, late serjeant 1311 LBD 253. He was bailiff of Queenhithe (Lib Cust 384) and a farmer of tolls there in 1316 (ib. 411). He rented a house in Aldgate belonging to the Mayor from 1311 till 1332 or later (LBD 253).
15. John Cotekyn 1321-2 Cor 49 (All Hallows Lombard St), 1324 ib. 92 (resident in St. Benet), 1332 S (16d.), 1338 Plea 100 (repr. Bridge). - Cotekyn may be a hypocoristic form of Co(n)stantin.
16. Gilbert de Mortone 1301 LBC 92 (stockfishmonger), G. de Mordone 1309 ib. 181 (id.), 1325 LBD 33 (elected sheriff), 1327 Will (of St. Michael). - Morden, probably Sr or Ca.
17. Walter de Mordone 1318 LBE 94, 1332 S (66s. 8d.), W. de Mourdon 1351 Will (stockfishmonger, of St. Michael). A sheriff 1335-6, ald. Cand 1335-6, Lime St 1343-9. A former apprentice of Gilbert [no. 16], whose surname he will have adopted. He doubtless came from Croydon (Sr), since he made a bequest to the church there.
18. Ralph Elys, stockfishmonger 1311 LBD 71 (adm.), 1316 f. Pat. Very likely an apprentice of John Elys [no. 82].
19. Walter atte More 1312 LBD 172 (purser), 1326-7 Plea 40 (id.), 1332-3 Will (burser, of St. Giles, CripE). Agnes de la More, his widow (1335 Will) had property in All Hallows Lombard St and St. Benet Gracechurch.
20. John de Braghing, stockfishmonger 1316 Pat. J. de Braughyng 1338-9 Cor 210 (juror Bridge). - Braughing Hrt.
21. Probably a stockfishmonger like nos. 45 and 49.
22. Perhaps ME birder 'bird-catcher' (ME brid 'bird').
23. William de Stanford 1323 ADA 1618 (got land in St. Lawrence), 1339 Cor 228 (St. Martin Orgar), 1349 Will (of St. Lawrence). He mentions Thomas Beldstede and Maud, his parents. - Stamford or Stanford (common).
24. Richard Hagyn 1303-4 Mayors 154 (indicted with assault on London Bridge), 1339 Cor 219 (juror Bridge). - Cf. Cok Hagin, a Jew (1273 Selden 15).
25. ME messager 'messenger'.
26. Ralph de Storteforde 1298 LBC 28, R. de Storteford 1306-7 LBC 243 (valuer Bridge), 1320 CW 298 (glover), 1323 Parl Writs. - Stortford Hrt.
27. Newcastle Nb, Sa, St.
28. Peter de Wegenheie 1319-20 Mem 134 (juror Bridge). - Wiggie in Reigate Sr.
29. Cf. John Hosebonde BreadSt 33.
30. Pynnefoul 1305 Mayors 229 (fishmonger of Bridge St), Richard Pynnefowel, fishmonger 1315 LBE 46, R. Pynfoul 1322-3 ib. 176. - A nickname, in the first instance used alone, perhaps from ME pinne (penne) 'to pen up' and foul 'fowl'. Cf. Cophæen ELPN 146.
31. Richard Sterre 1323 Cor 78 (surety Bill), 1332 S (1 m.), 1336 Will (of St. Leonard). Probably a fishmonger like Robert Sterre (1318 Will). - ME sterre 'star'.
32. ?Robert le Pipere, dyer 1310 LBD 239. - ME pipere 'piper'.
33. John Gubbe 1325 Cor 116 (St. Michael), 1332 S [Cand, 5s. 4d., stokfishmonger], 1347 LBF 170 (witness St. Michael). He may be John son of Henry Gubbe [1292 S, Bridge 61] or of Walter Gubbe [1292 S, Bridge 5].
34. Hugh de Mockynge 1325 LBE 200, 1328 ib. 232 (warden of fishmongers), H. de Mokkyng 1332 S (5s. 4d.), H. de Mokkyngg 1340 Will (owner of a house in Crooked Lane and shops in St. Magnus). - Mucking Ess.
35. Ralph Gandre 1326-7 Plea 40 (pouchmaker), 1332 S (2 m.). - ME gandre 'gander'.
36. Robert le Cotiller 1319-20 Mem 134 (juror Bridge), 1339 Cor 219 (surety ib.).
37. Stephen Horn 1307 LBC 157 (warden of fishmongers), 1325 Will (owner of houses in St. Leonard). - Cf. 1292 S [Bridge 6].
38. Robert de Stratford, gurdelere 1339 Cor 219 (juror Bridge). - Stratford (common).
39. Richard Brith 1305 Mayors 229 (fishmonger of Bridge St), R. Bright, fishmonger 1323 Will (a tenant in St. Michael). - ME bright adj. or a fontname derived from it (OE Beorht).
40. Gerard le Chaundeler de Estchepe 1309 LBD 42 (adm. Bridge).
41. See 1292 S [Bridge 71].
42. John atte Watre, burser 1316 LBE 69.
43. John Lambyn the younger 1323-4 Cl, J. Lambyn 1326-7 LBE 224 (fishmonger, late appr. of Edmund Lambyn), 1338 Plea 100 (repr. Bridge), 1349 Will (fishmonger, tenant of a shop in Bridge St). Cf. no. 52.
44. William le Cotiller 1317 LBE 38 (witness London Bridge), W. le Coteler 1320 Lib Cust 392.
45. Thomas de Ware 1332 S (16d.), 1328 (1339) Will (stockfishmonger, apparently of St. Martin Orgar). - Cf. 1292 S [Bridge 84, 93].
46. Adam Lucas 1330-1 LBE 254, 1332 S (17s. 9¾d.), 1347 Will (of St. Michael). He was a brother-in-law and very likely a former apprentice of Philip Lucas [no. 81]; see CW 373, 517. He was a sheriff 1340-1. He was probably a stockfishmonger, but also a general merchant (see 1327 Plea 21).
47. Andrew Horn 1307 LBC 157 (warden of fishmongers), 1310 LBD 293, 1328-9 Will (of St. Magnus). He was Chamberlain 1319-28 and is supposed to have compiled the so-called Liber Horn (CW 344, foot-note). - Cf. 1292 S [Bridge 6].
48. John de Wymundham, ironmonger 1300 LBB 185, J. de Wymondesham 1300-1 Lib Cust 85 (ironmonger of Bridge), J. de Wymondeham 1311 LBD 275 (warden of London Bridge), 1325 LBE 196. - Wymondham Nf, (less probably) Le.
49. Peter de Ware 1316 Pat (stockfishmonger), 1332 S (16d.), 1337 Cor 197 (surety Bridge). Cf. no. 45.
50. Robert de Borham 1306-7 LBC 243, 1327 LBE 223 (purser), R. de Borham 1310 LBD 241 (sworn to keep the gate of Bridge). Cf. Geoffrey de Borham, burser (1308 Will, of ColemSt). - Boreham Ess, Hrt, Sx.
51. Henry Lambyn 1316 Pat (stockfishmonger), 1329 Will (of St. Magnus). Cf. no. 1.
52. Edmund Lambyn, late appr. of William Lambyn [1292 S, Bridge 10] 1304, 1307 LBB 136, 200, E. Lambyn 1323-4 Cl. He may be the E. Lambyn who was alderman of Bridge 1319(-20)-24. He was a fishmonger.
53. William atte Wyche, stockfishmonger, adm. 1311 LBD 71.
54. John Horn 1324 Cor 93 (St. Benet Gracechurch), J. Horn de Southwark' 1332 S (16d.), J. Horn de Suthewerk 1342 (1343-4) Will (of St Benet). Perhaps a fishmonger. He may have come from Southwark. - Cf. 1292 S [Bridge 6].
55. William Launce 1316 LBE 69 (executor of Henry Gubbe), 1320 LBE 128. Probably a stockfishmonger like Henry Gubbe and Henry Launce (1307-8 CW 197). - Launce seems to be a short-form of Lancelot.
56. Thomas Pikeman 1323 CW 306 (nephew and former servant of William Pikeman, who left him a tenement in St. Leonard), 1326-7 LBE 224, 1332 S (2s. 8d.), Th. Pykeman 1343 Will (fishmonger, of St. Magnus). - Cf. 1292 S [Bill 21].
57. There is a hole in the skin here, and the figures of assessment for nos. 57 and 58 have been almost totally lost. That for no. 57 is probably xij.d. The upper part of an x is visible, and there is only room for ci<< lt >> after it.
58. John Oliver 1327 Plea 34, 1332 S (5s. 4d.), 1351 CW 654 (deceased), J. Olyver 1342 LBF 75 (stockfishmonger), 1347 ib. 184 f. (witness St. Michael). Assessment probably xx.s. Part of the lower portion of the first x can be seen.
60. John de Warley, king's merchant 1309 Pat, J. de Warle 1310 LBD 55 (adm.), J. de Warlee 1318 LBE 94. He was a brother of Ingelard de Warle, keeper of the King's wardrobe 1309 ff. (LBD 228, etc., 1309 Pat) and is hence sometimes referred to as John Ingelard called de Warle or J. Ingelard (1324 ff. LBE 192 ff., deceased). Alice his wife was the widow of a vintner, and John de Warle may have been one himself. Alice, whose will was enrolled in 1361, was of St. Magnus. - Warley Ess or less likely Warleigh So.
61. Cf. Thomas de Wincetre 1292 S [Bridge 2]. On Talifrid see p. 37.
62. See 1292 S [Bridge 70].
63. Batecote appears to be a hypocoristic form of a woman's name.
64. Richard Gubbe 1316 LBE 69 (executor of Henry Gubbe [1292 S, Bridge 61]), 1316 f. Pat (stockfishmonger), 1331 Will (of St. Michael). He mentions Walter and Lucy, his parents. Walter may be Walter Gubbe [1292 S, Bridge 5], who had a son Richard.
65. William Rabot 1307-8 CW 196 (a claimant in St. Magnus), 1338 LBF 24, W. Ralot (sic) 1332 S (8d.). - Cf. 1292 S [Dowg 32].
68. Perhaps Richard le Cordewaner 1319 LBE 109 (surveyor of meat at Eastcheap), 1321-2 ib. 162 (of Bridge). But cf. Walbr 30.
69. St. Ives Hu.
70. Richard de Herkestede, blader (cornmonger) 1332 S [Cand, 4s.], R. de Herkstede 1334-5 LBE 294 (juror). - Harkstead Sf.
71. William de Lughtburgh, appr. of Ralph de Storteford, glover, adm. Bridge 1310 LBD 126, W. de Lughtebergh 1312 LBB 54 (executor with the same), W. de Louhthebourgh 1332 S [Cheap, 8d.], W. Loutebourgh 1340 Cor 264 (juror Bridge). - Loughborough Le. Assessment probably xvj.d., but might be xij.d.
72. Witham Ess, Li, So, Wytham Brk.
73. Perhaps Richard de Rothinge, taverner 1331 Mem 182. - Roding Ess.
74. William de Burgh 1310 LBD 314 (general attorney of the Commonalty), 1329 LBE 238 (clerk), W. de Burgo, clerk, adm. 1311 LBD 253. W. de Burgh and Margery his wife had tenements in St. Michael Crooked Lane by the will of Edmund Horn (1315 CW 253). - Peterborough, or Burgh Nf, etc., or Burrough Ca, or Bourg in France (common).
75. Henry Norman 1318 Cl (a creditor of Richard de Caumpes, irmonger of London), H. Norman of Berkhampsted, merchant 1320-1 Cl, H. Norman of Berkhamsted, citizen of London 1339 Pat. A merchant of Berkhamstead (Hrt) who became a freeman of London, or a Londoner who acquired land in Berkhamstead. - Norman fn.
76. Cray K.
77. Mabel Rolaund 1298 Mayors 7, 11 (a lodging-house keeper for Flemings and Brabanters), Mabia Rouland 1301 ib. 119 (indicted with avowing certain sacks of wool as her own). - OG, OF Roland fn, in early records also Roteland and the like.
78. Robert Swot, pesshoner 1316 Cl, R. Swote 1332 S (1 m.), 1352-3 (1355) Will (fishmonger, of St. Magnus). He was a warden of London Bridge (1336 LBE 296). Cf. 1292 S [Bill 11].
79. Simon le Cotiller 1319-20 Mem 134 (juror Bridge), 1320 LBE 127. Perhaps identical with Simon le Coteler 1292 S [Bill 3].
80. Arnald de Berdene 1309 LBD 42 (chandler, adm. Bridge), 1311 ib. 160, A. le Chaundeler 1332 S (2s. 8d.), 1339 Cor 229 (juror Bridge). - Berden Ess.
81. Philip Lucas 1314 LBE 28, 1316 Pat (stockfishmonger), 1331-2 Will (owner of property in St. Michael and St. Magnus). Agnes his widow is Agnes Lucas 1332 S [Bridge, 40s.]. - Cf. 1292 S [Bridge 86].
82. See 1292 S [Bridge 16].