Subsidy Roll 1319
Bread Street ward

Sponsor

Centre for Metropolitan History

Publication

Author

Eilert Ekwall

Year published

1951

Supporting documents

Pages

268-275

Annotate

Comment on this article
Double click anywhere on the text to add an annotation in-line

Citation Show another format:

'Subsidy Roll 1319: Bread Street ward', Two Early London Subsidy Rolls (1951), pp. 268-275. URL: http://british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=31943 Date accessed: 27 November 2014.


Highlight

(Min 3 characters)

Warda de Bredstrete, Bread Street ward.

Parishes: All Hallows Bread Street, St. John the Evangelist (formerly St. Werburga), St. Margaret Moses, St. Matthew Friday Street, St. Mildred Bread Street. Partly in Bread Street: St. Augustine Watling Street (see no. 64 infra), St. Mary Magdalen Old Fish Street, St. Nicholas Cole Abbey, St. Peter Westcheap, Holy Trinity the Less.

Alderman: Hamo Godchep [Langb 43].

[Mem. 15 r.]

1 t De Johanne de Houmanbey x.d. (fn. 1)
2 t De Thoma de Hameldene dj.mar. (fn. 2)
3 t De Michaele de Sandwyche Tauerner xx.d. (fn. 3)
4 t De Gerardo le ffruyter dj.mar. (fn. 4)
5 t De Willelmo Heruy Coco xx.d. (fn. 5)
6 t De Agnete Heruy xx.d. (fn. 6)
7 t De Jacobo Maucouenant Coco xv.d. (fn. 7)
8 t De domina Salerna de Beuerle xl.d. (fn. 8)
9 t De Thoma le Barbier dj.mar. (fn. 9)
10 t De Waltero atte Conduyt xx.d. (fn. 10)
11 t De Roberto le Barbier Pybaker ij.s. vj.d. (fn. 11)
12 t De Rogero Louekyn Coco x.d. (fn. 12)
13 t De Waltero de Scardburghe Coco ij.s. vj.d. (fn. 13)
14 t De Willelmo de Cheyham xlvj.s. viij.d. (fn. 14)
15 t De Thoma de Wyght iiij.s. ij.d. (fn. 15)
16 De Johanne Cosyn Coco (fn. 16)
17 t De Johanne de Chaumpayne selere v.s. (fn. 17)
18 t De Johanne de Draytone ij.s. vj.d. (fn. 18)
19 t De Johanne de Tyffelde xl.d. (fn. 19)
20 t De Henrico le Hore xx.s. (fn. 20)
21 t De Johanne de Depedene xij.d. (fn. 21)
22 De Willelmo atte Rode nichil hic quia in garda de Cripelgate. (fn. 22)
23 t De Willelmo de Massyngbiry ij.s. (fn. 23)
24 t De Christiana Sturmouthe ij.s. vj.d. (fn. 24)
25 De Henrico le Marchal 25
26 t De Johanne de Godestone dj.mar. (fn. 26)
27 t De Mariota de la Ryole xij.d. (fn. 27)
28 t De Adam de Ely v.s. (fn. 28)
29 t De Thoma de Crokesle dj.mar. (fn. 29)
30 t De Thoma de Galeweye xxj.d. (fn. 30)
31 t De Sabina de Redyng' xx.d. (fn. 31)
32 t De Johanne de Wrotham xxiij.d. (fn. 32)
33 t De Johanne Hosebonde L.s. (fn. 33)
34 t De Rogero le Palmere Juniore x.s. (fn. 34)
35 t De Johanne de Castelacre x.s. (fn. 35)
36 t De Nicholao de Bentele v.s. (fn. 36)
37 t De Johanne Pistore Taillour x.d. (fn. 37)
38 t De Johanne de Stebenhuthe J.mar. (fn. 38)
39 t De Petro le Barbier Pybaker ij.s. vj.d. (fn. 39)
40 t De Thoma de Chikewelle x.s. (fn. 40)
41 t De Ricardo Hayn Bakere v.s. (fn. 41)
42 t De Waltero le Bokeler v.s. 42
43 t De Johanne de ffencham v.s. (fn. 43)
44 t De Thoma de Copham dj.mar. (fn. 44)
45 t De Johanne de Kerkele xiiij.d. (fn. 45)
46 t De Johanne Coterel xiij.d. (fn. 46)
47 t De Hugone de Ayssheburne x.s. (fn. 47)
48 t De Ranulpho de Louthe v.s. (fn. 48)
49 t De Johanne Gubbe dj.mar. (fn. 49)
50 t De Simone Euerard Piscatore xj.d. (fn. 50)
51 t De Ricardo Gubbe iiij.li. (fn. 51)
52 t De Margeria Gubbe v.s. (fn. 52)
53 t De Johanne de Stratforde ij.s. vj.d. (fn. 53)
54 t De Johanne de Denham viij.s. (fn. 54)
55 t De Roberto de Stratford ij.s. vj.d. (fn. 55)
56 t De Willelmo de Berkeyne xxij.d. (fn. 56)
57 t De Willelmo Huberd' xx.d. (fn. 57)
58 t De Hamone le Barbier x.d. (fn. 58)
59 t De Johanne de Pampesworthe viij.d. (fn. 59)
60 t De Waltero le Taillour vij.d. 60
61 t De Johanne de Stanstede xx.d. (fn. 61)
62 t De Adam de Laufare ij.s. vj.d. (fn. 62)
63 t De Petrekyn le Chapeler xij.d. (fn. 63)
64 t De Willelmo de Nottele viij.s. (fn. 64)
65 t De Johanne de Ware ij.s. (fn. 65)
66 t De Willelmo Edmond dj.mar. (fn. 66)
67 t De Hugone Madefrey xx.s. (fn. 67)
68 t De Nicholao le Couper x.d. (fn. 68)
69 t De Conello le Chaucer xx.d. (fn. 69)
70 t De Johanne atte Ryol Taillour xx.d. (fn. 70)
71 t De Petro de Seuecombe v.s. (fn. 71)
Respice in tergo
[Mem. 15 v.]
72 t De Adam de Karlel xx.d. (fn. 72)
73 t De Reginaldo Tabernario dj.mar. 73
74 t De Thoma de Walepol xl.d. (fn. 74)
75 t De Waltero le Pestour v.s. (fn. 75)
76 t De Johanne Pysselege xx.s. (fn. 76)
77 in Ro. De Johanne de Lyncolne xxxiij.s. iiij.d. (fn. 77)
78 t De Rogero le Palmer Seniore v.s. (fn. 78)
79 t De Henrico atte More xl.s. (fn. 79)
80 t De Roberto de Casteuene ij.s. (fn. 80)
81 t De Thoma ffrembaud xl.d. (fn. 81)
82 t De Willelmo de Wolde xl.d. (fn. 82)
83 t De Roberto de Gloucestre x.d. (fn. 83)
84 t De Michaele Larmurer x.d. 84
85 t De Adam atte Condut v.s. (fn. 85)
86 Nomina tax' t De Willelmo le Chaundeler xl.d. (fn. 86)
87 t De Galfrido le Maderman xx.d. (fn. 87)
88 t De Ricardo de Berdefelde xx.d. (fn. 88)
89 t De Johanne atte Crouche C.s. (fn. 89)
90 t De Johanne de Dallingg' nuper vicecomite xxvj.s. viij.d. (fn. 90)
Summa - xxxv.lj. xvij.s. x.d. [Cancelled]
Summa .xxxv.lj. xvj.s. ij.d. proba[t]ur. Set inde.
.xxxiij.s. iiij.d. in Rotulo. super Johannem de
Lyncolne.
Et remanet .xxxiiij.li. ij.s. x.d.

Footnotes

1. Apparently Hunmanby YE.
2. Thomas de Hameldene 1322 Cor 52 (surety Cheap), 1328-9 Cl (vintner), Th. de Hamelden 1327 Plea 33 (merchant). - Hambleden Bk.
3. Michael de Sandwyz, vintner 1319 LBE 110. - Sandwich K.
4. Gerard le Fruter, fruiterer 1303-4 Mayors 157, G. le Fruyter 1324 Cor 97 (killed in St. Peter, Bread St).
5. 6. William Hervy 1326 Cor 169 (juror BreadSt). Agnes may have been his mother. - OF Hervieu, Hervi, from OG Herewig fn.
7. James Maucovenant 1321 LBE 146, J. le Keu, called Maucovenaunt 1325-6 Cor 150 (brother of William Maucovenaunt, who committed manslaughter in BreadSt). - A French surname meaning 'bad covenant'.
8. Sallerna, widow of William de Beverley of All Hallows Bread St, mentioned in the latter's will of 1307. William was a vintner (1300 Mayors 101) and a representative of BreadSt in 1285-6 (LBA 210). He was a son of Ralph de Beverley; see HMC 9th Rep 1 b. - Beverley YE.
9. Thomas le Barber of Bredstret 1305 Mayors 176, Th. le Barbur, sauner in Bredestret 1312 LBD 178, Th. le Barber de Bredstrete 1332 (1333) Will. He often appears as a witness in All Hallows. Sauner, OF salnier 'salter'.
10. Walter at(t)e Conduyt, vintner 1319 LBE 110, 1344 LBF 107 (a tenant in All Hallows), 1349 (1353-4) Will (of St. Sepulchre, Farr E, a tenant in All Hallows Bread St). The Great Conduit in Cheap was erected in 1245 (Harben).
11. Robert le Piebakere 1321 Cor 37 (a valuer in St. Mildred Bread St), R. le Pymakere 1336-7 ib. 182 (juror BreadSt). A pastry-cook.
12. Roger Lovekeyn 1318 LBE 101 (witness All Hallows Bread St), R. Lovekyn 1319 ib. 114 (id.), 1326 Cor 155 (juror BreadSt). His widow was no doubt Johanna Lovekyn 1332 S [BreadSt]. - On Lovekin fn see Bardsley.
13. Walter de Skardeburgh 1311 LBD 80 (cook, adm.), 1332 S (2s. 8d.), W. de Schardebourgh, cook 1340 Plea 127. - Scarborough YN.
14. William de Cheyham, cornmonger 1316 LBE 56, W. de Cheiham 1324 LBE 193 (a tenant in All Hallows), W. de Cheyham 1332 S (2 m.), W. de Chayham 1347-8 Will (dated Bread St). - Cheam Sr.
15. Thomas de Wyht (Wyth) 1308-9 LBB 210 (a debitor for wine), Th. de Wight 1315 LBE 57 (taverner), 1320 Fine. - The Isle of Wight.
16. John Cosyn 1311-12 LBD 82 (cook, adm.), 1325 Cor 126 (surety BreadSt).
17. John Chaumpeneys 1311 LBD 71 (adm.), J. de Chaumpayne 1328 LBE 232 (warden of saddlers), J. Chaumpayne, sadelere 1340 LBF 252 (juror FarrI). - La Champagne.
18. John de Drayton(e) 1325-6, 1339 Cor 150, 233 (juror BreadSt), 1332 S (2s. 8d.), J. de Drayton, saddler 1332 LBE 272 (of BreadSt). - Drayton (common).
19. John de Tiffeld 1324 LBE 193, 1332 S (2s. 8d.), 1348-9 Will (apothecary, of All Hallows). - Tiffield Np.
20. Henry le Hore 1298 CW 138 (tenant of a shop in All Hallows), H. the hore 1320 LBE 137. Perhaps a salter like Robert le Hore of All Hallows (1331 Pat) or a cornmonger like John le Hore, brother of Robert (1337 Will). - Cf. Walbr 6.
21. John de Depeden(e) 1347-8 LBF 180, 1347-8 Cl (a creditor with Walbr 71). Perhaps a corder like Adam de Depedene (1313 LBE 10, of BreadSt). - Debden Ess, Dibden Ha.
22. See CripE 1. The name is crossed through.
23. William de Maisshebure, fishmonger 1327 LBE 277. - Mashbury Ess.
24. A local surname from Stourmouth K or a nickname perhaps containing ME sture, stire 'to stir' and mouth. Cf. John Storremonthe (sic) 1305 Mayors 212, William de Stormuthe 1326 Cor 159.
26. John de Godestone, appr. of Henry de Bannebury, chaucer, for 4 years 1310 LBD 125, J. de Godestone 1324-5 Cor 108 (surety BreadSt), 1328 LBE 233 (warden of hosiers), 1332 S (20s.), 1346 (1355) Will (draper, of St. Matthew). - Godstone Sr.
27. Cf. no. 70.
28. Adam de Ely 1305 Mayors 229 (fishmonger of Old Fish St), 1317 LBE 81 (repr. BreadSt), 1323 Cor 74 (St. Mildred). - Ely Ca.
29. Thomas atte Mere de Waledene, appr. of Robert de Crokesle, adm. BreadSt 1309-10 LBD 104, Th. de Crokesle 1316 LBE 56 (cornmonger), 1320 ib. 138 (juror BreadSt), 1337 Cor 189, Th. de Crokeslee 1332 S (2s.). - Croxley Hrt, but a master's surname.
30. Galway, Scotland.
31. Sabina de Rodyng (sic) 1332 S (8d.). Possibly the widow of Richard de Redynge (Redingge) 1310 LBD 227 (keeper of the small balance for silk, perhaps a mercer), 1318 LBE 83 (witness of a lease in St. Mildred Bread St to no. 32). - Reading Brk.
32. John de Wrotham 1318 LBE 83 (baker, a tenant in St. Mildred Bread St), 1323 Cor 74 (St. Mildred). - Wrotham K.
33. John Hosebonde 1311-12 LBB 37 (cornmonger), J. Husebonde 1328 LBE 233 (warden of cornmongers), J. Husebond 1346 LBF 144. He was dead in 1352, a chantry of his in Maidenhead being mentioned 1352 Cl. He may have come from that place. He was a sheriff 1332-3. - ME huse-, hosebonde 'husbandman'.
34. Roger le Palmere junior 1318 LBE 93. He will be R. le Paumer 1309 LBD 42, who was of BreadSt and master of William atte Rothe, a salter. Cf. no. 78 and for the surname 1292 S [Bridge 66].
35. John de Castelacre 1310 LBD 294 (juror St. Mildred), 1324 Cl (king's goldsmith), 1324 Cor 98 (St. Peter, BreadSt), 1328 LBE 232 (warden of goldsmiths), 1328-9 Ann Lond (one of 24 sent to the king), 1330 Cl (goldsmith, deceased). - Castle Acre Nf.
36. Nicholas de Bentle 1324 Cor 100 (a tenant in St. Matthew), N. de Bentlee 1332 S (16d.). Probably a goldsmith like Adam de Bentlee (1311 Will, a tenant in Friday St). - Bentley Ess, Mx, etc.
37. John le Taillour 1323 Cor 74 (surety BreadSt).
38. John de Stebenhethe, cornmonger 1308-9 LBB 209, 1316 LBE 56, J. de Stebbenheth 1325 Will (a tenant in St. Margaret). - Stepney Mx.
39. Peter le Barber 1333 CW 386 (a legatee of no. 9), 1339 LBF 251 (juror BreadSt), P. Piebakere 1320 LBE 128, P. le Pasteler 1320 ib. 138. A pastrycook.
40. Thomas de Chiggewelle le joevene, cordwainer, adm. BreadSt 1309-10 LBD 50, Th. de Chiggewell 1322 Cor 56 (St. Margaret), 1327-8 Will (cord wainer, apparently of St. Margaret). Perhaps an apprentice of Thomas de Chygewell, cordwainer (1298 Mayors 4). - Chigwell Ess.
41. Richard Hayne, baker, adm. 1310-11 LBD 59, R. Heyne 1322 Cor 55 (a tenant in BreadSt), R. Heigne 1332 S (6s. 8d.). - Hayne, apparently a font-name (Bardsley).
43. John de Fincham, goldsmith 1292 LBA 143, 1307 Mayors 258, J. de Fyncham 1318, 1319-20 LBE 101, 114 (witness All Hallows). Margery, widow of J. de Fyncham, goldsmith 1321 Will (of St. John the Evangelist). - Fincham Nf.
44. Thomas de Copham 1314 Ipm (a tenant in Friday St), 1321-2 Mem 145 (armourer), 1324 Cor 101 (St. Matthew), 1340 LBF 62 (the king's armourer, d. 5th March, 1331-2). - Copham, an unidentified place.
45. Kirkley Sf.
46. John Coterel 1311 LBD 265 (a cordwainer), 1319-20 LBE 118 (sworn to survey shoes). - ME, OF coterel 'a cottar, cottager'.
47. Hugh de Esseburne, cordwainer 1299-1300 Mayors 62, H. de Asshebourne 1317 LBE 81 (repr. BreadSt), H. de Ayssheburne 1321 Will (a tenant in St. Matthew). Cf. Richard de Ascheburne, cordwainer (1276 ff. LBA 8, etc.). - Ashbourne Db.
48. Ranulf de Luda, taverner 1310 LBD 294 (juror St. Mildred), Randolf de Louthe 1321 LBE 146. - Louth Li.
49. John Gubbe, called de Woxbregge, stokjissmongere, appr. of William Gubbe, adm. BreadSt 1310 LBD 118, J. Gubbe 1332 S (8d.). A master's surname; cf. no. 52. Woxbregge is Uxbridge Mx.
50. Cf. 1292 S [Qu 25].
51. Richard Gubbe 1316 LBE 69 (executor of Henry Gubbe, stockfishmonger), 1316 f. Pat (stockfishmonger), 1332 S (2 m.), 1335 Will (stockfishmonger of St. Nicholas Cole Abbey). Doubtless connected with no. 52.
52. Margeria Gubbe 1332 S (2s.). Evidently Margery, widow of William Gubbe, stockfishmonger (1315 Will), a tenant in St. Nicholas Cole Abbey. - Cf. 1292 S [Bridge 5].
53. Doubtless a fishmonger like no. 55.
54. John de Denham, appr. of William Edmund, fishmonger [no. 66], adm. 1311 LBD 154, J. de Denham 1328 LBE 232 (warden of fishmongers), 1330 Ann Lond (one of 24 sent to the King), 1332 S (6s. 8d.), 1344 Will (fishmonger). - Denham Bk, Sf.
55. Robert de Stratford 1311 LBD 151 (fishmonger), 1332 S (8d.), 1340 Fine (fishmonger). He had a shop in Old Fish St (1339 Pat). - Stratford (common).
56. William de Berkynge, fishmonger 1325 LBE 201, W. de Berkyng 1332 S [BreadSt, 2s.; next after R. de Stratford, no. 55], W. de Berkyngge, fishmonger 1354-5 Will (a tenant in St. Nicholas Cole Abbey). - Barking Ess. Berkeyne (or possibly Borkeyne) is miswritten.
57. William Hubert 1321 Cor 41 (surety Castle).
58. Hamo le Barbier, cornmonger [Qu 7], is often associated with Bread St ward and the Hamo le Barbier who occurs as a witness there is usually to be identified with the cornmonger. The taxpayer of BreadSt may be Hamo le Parker, barbier 1311 LBD 160.
59. John de Pampesworth 1321 Cor 36 f. He was a son of Robert de Pampesworth, cordwainer (1277 LBA 16, 1299-1300 Mayors 62, etc.). Robert and Isabel his wife were tenants in West Ham Ess in 1296 (EssFF II, 83). Isabel, widow of Robert, hanged herself in a fit of insanity in her house in St. Mildred. John apparently lived in the same house (Cor 36 f.). - Pampisford Ca.
61. John de Stansted, fishmonger 1318 LBE 91, J. de Stanstede 1332 S (8d.), 1335-6 CW 410 (fishmonger, a tenant in St. Mary Magdalen Old Fish St). - Stanstead Hrt, Sf, Sx, Stansted Ess, K.
62. Adam de Laufare 1322 Cor 59 (surety Qu), possibly Master Adam le Carpenter 1340 Cor 261 (juror BreadSt). - Laver Ess.
63. Chapeler means 'hatter'.
64. William de Notteleye, carpenter 1301 CW 154 (a legatee of Hugh de Notteleye, carpenter), W. de Nottele(e) 1310-11 LBD 62 (carpenter, adm.), 1322 Will (a tenant in St. Augustine in Distaff Lane). St. Augustine, now in FarrI, will have extended into BreadSt. William was no doubt an apprentice of Hugh and took his surname. - Notley Bk, Ess.
65. John son of Robert de Ware 1313 HMC 9th Rep 22 a (associated with BreadSt), J. de Ware 1331-2 Cl (cornmonger), 1332 S (9s. 4d.), 1338 Plea 172 (merchant), 1342 ib. 200 (repr. BreadSt), 1344 Pat. - Ware Hrt.
66. William Edmund, servant of Gunnora de Stratford 1305 CW 169 (got houses in St. Nicholas Cole Abbey), W. Edmund, fishmonger 1306 LBC 201, 1332 Will (a tenant in St. Nicholas), W. Edmund, fishmonger 1310-11 LBD 135. Gunnora was the widow of Edmund de Stratford, who was a juror for BreadSt in 1275 (RH 424), and William Edmund evidently took his surname from the latter's font-name.
67. Hugh Matfrey, fishmonger 1310-11 LBD 252, H. Matfrei 1317 LBE 81 (repr. BreadSt), H. Madefrey 1328 LBE 232 (warden of fishmongers), 1332 S (2s. 8d.), H. Matefrai 1334 Cl. Cf. Richard Matefrey, fishmonger 1281 LBB 3, Henry and Thomas Matefrey, fishmongers of Old Fish St 1305 Mayors 229. - Madefrey (Matefrey) is a Romance form of OG Mathfrid fn.
68. Nicholas de Chilham, coupere, adm. 1311 LBD 76, N. le Coupere 1325-6, 1339 Cor 149, 224 (juror BreadSt). A cooper. - Chilham K.
69. The font-name indicates Italian origin; cf. Cono, etc. (Bruckner).
70. John atte Ryole 1322 Cor 54 (a tenant in Distaff Lane, BreadSt), J. atte Riole 1332 S (2s.). - Cf. 1292 S [Vi 6].
71. Peter de Sauecompe, cordwainer 1298 Mayors 5, Peres de Sevecampe 1303 Lib Cust 84 (warden of cordwainers), Peter de Senecampe 1324-5 Cor 107 (owner of a house in St. John the Evangelist), P. de Senecompe, cordwainer 1335-6 Will. - Sacombe Hrt.
72. Adam de Cartel (sic) 1325-6 Cor 150 (juror BreadSt), A. de Carlele 1328 LBE 233 (warden of cordwainers), A. de Carlisle, cordwainer 1344 Will (of St. Augustine; cf. no. 64). - Carlisle Cu.
74. Thomas Walpol 1332 S (6s. 8d.), Th. de Walepol, goldsmith 1336 Cl (a late tenant in Friday St). An earlier goldsmith with this surname was Walter de Walepol (1303 LBC 134, etc.). - Walpole Sf, Nf.
75. Walter le Bakere 1345 LBF 121 (witness All Hallows Bread St).
76. A merchant of Genoa, who is frequently mentioned and whose name shows much variation: John de Pinza Aquila de Jenes (Jenue), citizen of London 1310 LBB 248, 250, J. Pysaquile 1312 LBD 281, J. Pisselege 1328-9 Cl, J. Pisselegh 1332 S [Cordw, 8s.], J. Pyselewe 1345 LBF 127 (broker of pepperers), J. Pynselegle 1351-3 Cl.
77. John de Lincoln junior 1314 LBC 127 (broker of leather), J. de Nicole 1318 LBE 83 (witness St. Mildred), J. de Lincoln 1323 Cor 74 (St. Mildred), 1341 LBF 65 (cordwainer, imprisoned for debt). Cf. 1292 S [BroadSt 28].
78. Roger le Paumere senior 1305 LBC 198, Rosser le Paumer, Blader (cornmonger) Ant Leg 245 (sheriff 1309-10), Roger le Palmere senior 1315-16 LBE 61 (former sheriff). He was presumably the R. le Palmere who was alderman of Castle 1319-23, of Bread St 1324-7, and R. le Palmere 1327 (1330-1) Will (a tenant in St. Mildred). There was an earlier R. le Paumer, apparently a cornmonger, mentioned 1282-3, 1289 LBA 61, 174, 18- Ekwall whose widow was Sibil, late wife of R. le Paumer (1306 Will, of BreadSt). She left to Roger de Coulinges and Dyonisia his wife, her niece, her granary at Henley. R. de Coulinges is identical with R. le Palmere, whose will was enrolled in 1330-1, for the latter mentions his earlier wife Dyonisia and founded chantries for the souls of Roger, Sibil (Roger le Paumer and Sibil his wife), Roger, Dionisia and Beatrice (the testator and his two wives). Roger le Palmere was thus originally R. de Coulinges, and le Palmere will be a master's surname. Coulinges may be Cooling K or Cowlinge Sf. - Cf. no. 34.
79. Henry de la More, goldsmith 1310 CW 215, H. atte More 1317 LBE 81 (repr. Crip), 1328 LBE 232 (warden of goldsmiths), 1328-9 Will (owner of tenements in St. Michael Wood St and elsewhere and rents in Old Fish St).
80. Robert de Kesteven, tailor, adm. 1312 LBD 87, R. de Kestevene 1322 Cor 56 (St. Margaret), 1350 LBF 220 (a tenant ib.). - Kesteven Li.
81. Possibly Thomas son of Nicholas Frembaud (Fermbaud), knight 1336, 1342 Cl (a debitor of London citizens). - A Romance form of OG Frambold fn (Forssner 91).
82. William del Wold 1315-16 Cl (armourer), W. atte Wolde 1325-6 Cor 150 (juror BreadSt), W. de Wolde 1328 Will (of St. Matthew). - Old Np.
83. Robert de Gloucester 1297 LBB 237 (repr. BreadSt), R. de Gloucestre 1300 ff. LBB 100, etc. (goldsmith), 1307 Mem 61 (id.), 1326-7 Will (of St. Matthew).
85. Adam atte Condut 1317 LBE 81 (repr. BreadSt), A. de Conduit 1320 LBE 138 (juror ib.). Perhaps a vintner like Walter [no. 10].
86. William le Chaundeler in Frideistrete 1311 LBD 148, W. le Chaundeler 1320 LBE 138 (juror BreadSt), W. le Cirger 1332 S (4s.). A waxchandler.
87. Geoffrey Maderman 1325 Will. He left a tenement in St. Benet Paul's Wharf to Margaret his wife. Margareta Maderman 1332 S [BreadSt]. Maderman means 'dealer in madder'.
88. Richard de Berdefeld 1310 LBD 115 (saltere, of BreadSt), 1317 LBE 81 (repr. BreadSt), 1339 Cor 234 (surety BreadSt). - Bardfield Ess.
89. John atte Crouche 1317 LBE 80 (repr. Vi), 1320 ib. 125 (witness of a grant by no. 14), J. ad Crucem, marchaunt 1326 Pat (chantry for him founded in All Hallows Bread St by John de Bredstrete [Cordw 71]). - Cf. Cand 33.
90. John de Dalling, mercer 1304 LBB 134, J. de Dallyng senior 1312 ib. 49, J. de Dallynges 1332 S (5s. 4d.), J. de Dallyng senior 1333 Will (owner of a mansion-house in St. Nicholas Cole Abbey and tenements in St. Margaret Moses and elsewhere). He was a sheriff 1318-19. Cf. Bas 8. - Dalling Nf.