Subsidy Roll 1319
Cheap ward

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Warda fori, Cheap ward.

Parishes: All Hallows Honey Lane, St. Benet Sherehog, St. Lawrence Jewry, St. Martin Pomary, St. Mary Colechurch, St. Mildred Poultry, St. Pancras Soper Lane. Partly in Cheap: St. Margaret Lothbury, St. Mary le Bow, St. Olave Old Jewry, St. Stephen Walbrook.

Alderman: John de Wengrave [BroadSt 1].

[Mem. 17 r.]

1 t De Osberto ate Bowe xl.d. (fn. 1)
2 t De Alexandro de Honylane xx.d. (fn. 2)
3 t De Johanne de Charletone v.mar. (fn. 3)
4 t De Rogero ate Bowe dj.mar. (fn. 4)
5 t De Willelmo de Hodesdone v.s. (fn. 5)
6 t De Thoma de Maryns v.s. (fn. 6)
7 t De Willelmo de Laushulle xl.d. (fn. 7)
8 t De Hugone de Madele Cissore xx.d. (fn. 8)
9 t De Thoma de Waledene xl.d. (fn. 9)
10 t De Dauid de Tillebir' xl.d. (fn. 10)
11 t De Johanne de la Poole xx.d. (fn. 11)
12 t De Johanne de Mountagu Cissore xx.d. (fn. 12)
13 t De Ricardo de Writle ffurmager xx.d. (fn. 13)
14 t De Thoma de Balsham ffurmager xl.d. (fn. 14)
15 t De Johanne Picot' v.s. (fn. 15)
16 t De Johanne Sharp Taillour ij.s. (fn. 16)
17 t De Bartholomeo de Honylane xvj.s. J.d. ob. (fn. 17)
18 t De Roberto le Purtreor ij.s. (fn. 18)
19 t De Creppino le Seller x.d. (fn. 19)
20 t De Roberto de Skeltone x.d. (fn. 20)
21 t De Ricardo de Gloucestre Sellario xx.d. (fn. 21)
22 t De Simone de Norhamptone xl.d. (fn. 22)
23 t De Waltero le Waite ij.s. (fn. 23)
24 t De Willelmo de Elsyngg' J.mar. (fn. 24)
25 t De Sewallo de Godesname viij.s. iiij.d. (fn. 25)
26 t De Waltero de Kauendishe xl.d. (fn. 26)
27 t De Galfrido le ffundour xiij.d. ob. (fn. 27)
28 t De Johanne de Pampesworthe xl.d. (fn. 28)
29 t De Johanne ate Thorn ffundour x.d. (fn. 29)
30 t De Radulpho Picot' di.mar. (fn. 30)
31 t De Willelmo le Tauerner xx.d. 31
32 t De Johanne le Chaundeler v.s. (fn. 32)
33 t De Roberto le Pursere viij.d. (fn. 33)
34 t De Henrico le Cheyner v.s. (fn. 34)
35 t De Willelmo de Schrouesbir' Gaunter xl.d. (fn. 35)
36 t De Johanne le ffoundour ffelmonger xl.d. (fn. 36)
37 t De Roberto le Curreour ij.s. (fn. 37)
38 t De Willelmo de Stebenhethe xx.d. (fn. 38)
39 t De Johanne de Bekenham x.d. (fn. 39)
40 t De Willelmo Sprot' viij.s. iiij.d. (fn. 40)
41 t De Roberto de Amyas di.mar. (fn. 41)
42 t De Johanne de Ewelle xiij.d. ob. (fn. 42)
43 t De Willelmo de Messyngham J.marc' (fn. 43)
44 t De Thoma de Kauendishe J.mar. (fn. 44)
45 t De Henrico le Chaundeler xx.d. 45
46 t De Johanne de Sandhurst' x.d. (fn. 46)
47 t De Ricardo ate Rothe J.mar. (fn. 47)
48 t De Galfrido le Peautrer xx.d. (fn. 48)
49 t De Adam de Exonia Tauerner xl.d. (fn. 49)
50 t De Johanne de Redyngg' dj.mar. (fn. 50)
51 t De Willelmo le Lacer x.s. (fn. 51)
52 t De Willelmo Gorel ffundour x.d. (fn. 52)
53 t De Willelmo le Pestour xl.d. (fn. 53)
54 t De Salemanno le Coffrer x.s. (fn. 54)
55 t De Johanne Reynald' xx.d. (fn. 55)
56 t De Waltero de Bardeneie xvj.s. viij.d. (fn. 56)
57 t De Waltero ffourner v.s. (fn. 57)
58 t De Roberto le Jueler x.d. (fn. 58)
59 t De Willelmo de Herlawe xx.d. (fn. 59)
60 t De Willelmo de Berkhamstede xl.d. (fn. 60)
61 t De Johanne le Goldbeter x.d. (fn. 61)
62 t De Johanne le foundour viij.d. (fn. 62)
63 t De Henrico de Kauendishe viij.d. (fn. 63)
64 t De Rogero de Eboraco x.d. (fn. 64)
65 t De Johanne Russel xx.d. (fn. 65)
66 t De Nicholao de Reigate xl.d. (fn. 66)
67 t De Johanne Potyn xxv.s. (fn. 67)
68 t De Johanne Barun xl.d. (fn. 68)
69 t De Simone le Bokeler xl.d. (fn. 69)
70 t De Johanne Marchaunt x.d. (fn. 70)
71 t De Johanne le Tableter viij.s. iiij.d. (fn. 71)
72 t De Thoma de Pikenham x.d. (fn. 72)
73 t De Nicholao de Grenewiche x.d. (fn. 73)
74 t De Waltero de Kesteuene ij.s. iij.d. (fn. 74)
75 t De Nicholao Coco xl.d. 75
76 t De Thoma ate Gate xx.d. 76
77 t De Radulpho Abraham x.d. (fn. 77)
78 t De Johanne Gentil xx.d. (fn. 78)
79 t De Johanne de Totenhale Juniore viij.d. (fn. 79)
80 t De Johanne ate Barnette x.d. (fn. 80)
81 t De Willelmo Danyel xx.d. 81
82 t De Johanne de Berkyngg' xx.d. (fn. 82)
83 t De Galfrido le Purtreor x.d. (fn. 83)
84 t De Waltero de Wynchestre allutario ij.s. (fn. 84)
85 t De Johanne de Burgoyne dj.mar. (fn. 85)
86 t De Willelmo Hasshard' x.d. (fn. 86)
87 t De Johanne Maikyn Chaundeler ij.s. iij.d. (fn. 87)
88 t De Hugone de Lemenstre xl.d. (fn. 88)
89 t De Roberto de Rauenestone ij.s.
ix.s.
(fn. 89)
summa istius partis .xx.li.viij.s. ij.d. o. [viij.s. cancelled]
[Mem. 17 v.]
90 t De Roberto de Kent' Cordewaner x.d. (fn. 90)
91 t De Johanne Traynel xj.s. viij.d. (fn. 91)
92 t De Galfrido de Gedelstone x.s. (fn. 92)
93 t De Willelmo de Sabrichesworthe x.d. (fn. 93)
94 t De Roberto le Blak' xx.d. (fn. 94)
95 t De Rogero le Pestour xx.d. (fn. 95)
96 t De Simone le ffoundour x.s. iiij.d. ob. (fn. 96)
97 t De Simone de Trillowe Cordewaner x.d. (fn. 97)
98 t De Staci le Cordewaner x.d. 98
99 t De Bartholomeo le Cotiller viij.s. iiij.d. (fn. 99)
100 t De Ricardo de ffarnberghe x.s. (fn. 100)
101 t De Henrico de ffarnberghe xx.d. (fn. 101)
102 t De Rogero Deynes ij.s. (fn. 102)
103 t De Johanne de Couentre Cordewaner x.d. (fn. 103)
104 t De Johanne le Keu xx.d. (fn. 104)
105 t De Johanne de Bradelee x.d. (fn. 105)
106 t De Willelmo le ffourbour x.d. (fn. 106)
107 t De Johanne de Braghyngg' x.d. (fn. 107)
108 t De Reginaldo le Bokeler v.s. vij.d. (fn. 108)
109 t De Adam de sancto Albano xx.s. (fn. 109)
110 t De Ricardo de Hodesdone xxij.s. iij.d. (fn. 110)
111 t De Martino le Poleter x.d. (fn. 111)
112 t De Willelmo de Merlawe Cotiller xviij.d. (fn. 112)
113 t De Roberto Priur Poleter x.d. (fn. 113)
114 t De Waltero de Rokesforde Poleter x.d. (fn. 114)
115 t De Johan ne Bacun Poleter x.d. (fn. 115)
116 t De Johanne ate Hulle iiij.s. (fn. 116)
117 t De Henrico le Smyth' xx.d. 117
118 t De Henrico de Ware ij.s. vj.d. (fn. 118)
119 t De Ricardo de Taleworthe v.s. (fn. 119)
120 t De Adam de Wallesoken x.d. (fn. 120)
121 t De Galfrido de Medelane x.d. (fn. 121)
122 t De Guidone Lespicer xx.d. (fn. 122)
123 t De Johanne Pecche Taillour x.d. (fn. 123)
124 t De Willelmo de Brightwelle ij.s. (fn. 124)
125 t De Bartholomeo Thomasyn Lxiij.s. iiij.d. (fn. 125)
126 t De Maikino ffrosh' xiij.d. ob. (fn. 126)
127 t De Henrico le Palmere xxij.s. iij.d. (fn. 127)
128 t De Burnetto Lespicer x.s. (fn. 128)
129 t De Petro de Grenewiche xl.d. (fn. 129)
130 t De Thoma Hauteyn xiij.s. iiij.d. (fn. 130)
131 t De Richero de Refham viij.s. iiij.d. (fn. 131)
132 t De Willelmo de Lindeseie x.d. (fn. 132)
133 t De Johanne le Peautrer xl.d. (fn. 133)
134 t De Hugone le ffourbour di. mar. (fn. 134)
135 t De Johanne de Mundene Tauerner x.d. (fn. 135)
136 t De Thoma le ffourbour xl.d. (fn. 136)
137 t De Willelmo de sancto Albano Candelario v.s. (fn. 137)
138 t De Galfrido de Brandone xxvij.s. ix.d. ob. (fn. 138)
139 t De Guilloto le Hauberger Seniore x.s. (fn. 139)
140 t De Rogero Sauuage Armurer xiij.s. iiij.d. (fn. 140)
141 t De Johanne Tany x.d. (fn. 141)
142 t De Reginaldo le Hauberger x.d. (fn. 142)
143 t De Adam de Burgoigne Tauerner x.d. (fn. 143)
144 t De Johanne le Palmere xx.d. (fn. 144)
145 t De Ricardo de Brugge Pursere ij.s. (fn. 145)
146 t De Thoma Skarlet' xiij.d. (fn. 146)
147 t De Johanne Thedemare x.d. (fn. 147)
148 t De Willelmo de Borham xiij.d. ob. (fn. 148)
149 t De Johanne le Callere viij.s. iiij.d. (fn. 149)
150 t De Simone de Parys x.mar. (fn. 150)
151 t De Simone ffraunceis xxxiij.s. iiij.d. (fn. 151)
152 t De Willelmo Albon socio eius xl.d. (fn. 152)
153 t De Elia le Callere xliiij.s. v.d. ob. (fn. 153)
154 t De Ricardo le ffreynshe Ceynturer xl.d. (fn. 154)
155 t De Waltero de Conestable x.d. (fn. 155)
156 t De Nicholao Clerico Ceynturer xl.d. (fn. 156)
157 t De Guillote de Eboraco Tauerner x.d. (fn. 157)
158 t De Johanne Beseuille xx.d. (fn. 158)
159 t De Ricardo Starcolf' di.mar. (fn. 159)
160 t De Willelmo le Peautrer x.d. (fn. 160)
161 t De Philippo de ffarnham x.d. (fn. 161)
162 t De Thoma Prentiz de Dykesworthe xx.d. (fn. 162)
in Ro. 163 De Chiuello Caligario Regis xx.s. (fn. 163)
164 De Johanne de Sellyngg' xl.s. (fn. 164)
165 De Johanne le Luter xl.s. (fn. 165)
166 De Edmundo le Latoner xl.d. (fn. 166)
167 t De domina Bona v.s. (fn. 167)
168 t De Roesia Deueneys xx.d. (fn. 168)
Tax' 169 t De Willelmo de Gartone xiij.d. ob. (fn. 169)
170 t De Reginaldo ate Conduyt xxx.s. (fn. 170)
171 t De Radulpho de Braghyngg' x.s. (fn. 171)
172 t De Ricardo le Coffrer xl.d. (fn. 172)
173 t De Willelmo ate Ramme xl.d.
ix.s.
(fn. 173)
Summa vtriusque partis. Lvij.lj. vj.s. vj.d. ob. [Cancelled]
Set inde in Ro. C.iij.s. iiij.d.
Set inde in Ro. C.iij.s. iiij.d. . . . quorum nominibus[?]
diuersorum quorum nominibus preponitur In Ro.
Summa .Lvij.lj. ix.s. vj.d. ob. Set inde in Ro.
.C.iij.s. iiij.d. super diuersos quorum nominibus
preponitur [in Ro.]
Et remanet. Lij.li. vj.s. ij.d. ob. summa istius pagine xxxj.li. xvij.s. [Cancelled]
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Footnotes

1. Osebert le Espicer 1299 LBC 48, O. de Arcubus 1307 LBC 248, 1314 LBE 25 (apothecary), 1337-8 Cl (executor of no. 4), O. atte Bowe 1325-6 Cor 150 (juror Cheap). - Cf. 1292 S [Cordw 40].
2. Alexander de Honilane 1325 Cor 132 (juror BreadSt), A. de Honylane 1327 LBE 277 (juror Castle). Perhaps connected with no. 17.
3. John de Cherelton', mercer 1309-10 LBD 103, J. de Cherletone 1312 LBB 49, J. de Charleton the elder 1348 Cl. He was mayor of merchants or of the staple of wools and fells 1318-26 (Pat). He was impopular; his house was rifled (Fr Chron 53) and he was forbidden to enter the City in 1326 (Plea 16). He had the manor of Charlton on Otmoor O (1325 Pat), whence presumably his surname.
4. Roger de Arcubus 1292 Pat, 1310 LBD 125 (apothecary of Cheap), R. atte Bowe 1323-4 Cl (apothecary), 1322 (1331) Will. Cf. no. 1.
5. William de Hodesdone, appr. of John Sterlynge, adm. Cheap 1309 LBD 98, W. de Hodesdone 1315-16 CW 260 (apothecary), 1328 LBE 232 (warden of apothecaries), W. de Hoddesdene 1341 Cl (witness St. Mildred Poultry). - Hoddesdon Hrt.
6. Thomas de Maryns 1310 LBD 125 (appr. of no. 4, egress Cheap 1314), 1332 S (4s.), 1338 LBF 21 (repr. Cheap), 1349 Will (apothecary, a tenant in All Hallows Honey Lane). He was Chamberlain from 1335-6 till his death on 25 April, 1349 (LBE 291, LBF 191). - Maryns perhaps Marines near Paris.
7. William de Lausehell (Lansehulle) 1322 LBE 170 f. (armourer), W. de Lanshulle 1321-2 Mem 145 (id.). - Lawshall Sf.
8. Hugh de Maddelee 1318 CW 279. A tailor. - Madeley Sa, St, Madley He.
9. Thomas de Waldene 1328 LBE 232 (warden of apothecaries), Th. de Waledene 1332 S (1 m.), Th. de Walden, apothecary 1361 (1362) Will (of All Hallows Honey Lane). He was elected Chamberlain in 1349 and was an M.P. in 1346. - Walden Ess, Hrt.
10. David de Tilleberi, apothecary 1314 LBE 24, D. de Tillebery 1328 ib. 232 (warden of apothecaries), D. de Tillebury 1332 S (2s. 8d.), 1337 (1338) Will (a tenant in St. Mary Woolchurch and St. Audoen). - Tilbury Ess.
11. John atte Pole 1328 LBE 232 (warden of apothecaries), 1338 Pat (an earlier tenant in All Hallows), J. de la Pole 1332 S (2s. 8d.).
12. John Mountagu 1328 LBE 234 (warden of tailors and linen-armourers). - Montacute So or Montaigu in France (two in la Manche).
13. Richard de Writ(e)le 1325-6, 1326 Cor 150, 169 (juror Cheap). A cheesemonger. - Writtle Ess.
14. Thomas de Balsham, son of John Spileman, appr. of John de Radewelle, formager, adm. Cheap 1309 LBD 99, Th. de Balsham, cheesemonger 1316 LBE 72. - Balsham Ca.
15. John Picot 1332 S (6s. 8d.). Cf. Ralph Picot [no. 30].
16. Perhaps identical with John Scharp 1292 S [CripI 5].
17. Bartholomew de Honylan 1318 Cl, B. de Honylane 1327 Plea 33 (merchant), 1328 LBE 233 (warden of vintners). - Honey Lane in Cheap.
18. Robert le Purtreour 1328 LBE 232 (warden of saddlers). - Cf. 1292 S [Dowg 1].
19. Crispin le Seeler 1336 LBE 302 (witness with no. 55). - Cf. Appendix.
20. Robert de Skeltone 1321-2 Mem 145 (armourer), 1325 Cor 133 (juror Cheap), R. de Skelton, armourer 1345 Cl. - Skelton Cu, Y (several).
21. Richard de Gloucestre 1310-11 LBD 64 (seler, adm.), 1329-30 LBE 242 (saddler), 1332 S (2s. 8d.). There were earlier saddlers with this surname.
22. Simon de Northam(p)tone 1300 LBC 81 (surety of a pepperer), 1306 ib. 241 (spicer), S. de Norhamptone, pepperer of Soper Lane 1316 Mem 120.
23. Walter le Wayte 1332 S (2s. 8d.), 1336-7 LBE 289 (juror Cheap). - Cf. CripI 60.
24. William de Elsyng 1312 LBB 46, 1332 S (1 m.), W. de Elsynge 1328 LBE 232 (warden of mercers), W. de Elsingg, mercer 1348 (1349) Will. He had rents in St. Lawrence Jewry. He founded and endowed a hospital for the poor, blind and indigent in St. Mary Aldermanbury, later called Elsing Spittle. The building was begun in 1329 according to Stow, and William was the first warden. - Elsing Nf.
25. Sewal, son of Sewal de Sprenggewelle, appr. of Richard de Godesname, paternostrer, adm. 1311 LBD 154, Sewald, son of Sewald de Springefeld 1311 LBB 27. He was a claimant in Springfield Ess in 1318 (EssFF II, 187) and clearly came from there. Godesname is a master's surname. It was originally Agodesname 'in God's name', a habitual expression used as a surname. Cf. ELPN 135.
26. Walter de Cavendihs 1304 LBB 133, W. de Cavendisshe, mercer 1311-12 LBD 167, W. de Cavendissh 1332 S (16d.). He was a legatee and executor of Geoffrey de Bradelee, girdler (1310-11 CW 217, LBD 163). - Cavendish Sf.
27. Geoffrey, son of Ralph in prato de Roklonde, appr. of William le Foundour de Shrapham for 5 years 1310 LBD 123 (egress Cheap 1314). - Shropham and Rockland All Saints (Nf) are near each other. A founder.
28. John de Pampesworthe 1305 Mayors 193 (indicted with assault in St. Lawrence Lane, Cheap), J. de Pampesworth 1310 LBD 127 (mercer, Cheap), 1319-20 LBE 119 f. - Pampisford Ca.
29. A founder. Cf. also no. 62.
30. Ralph Pikot 1314 LBC 127 (mercator alluti or leather-seller), R. Picot 1320 LBE 129, 1332 S [CripE, 5s. 4d.], R. Pycot, leather-seller 1341 (1342) Will (a tenant in St. Lawrence Jewry and St. Giles, Crip). - See CripE 22.
32. John le Chaundeler de Mymmes 1312 LBD 171 (of Cheap), J. le Chaundeler 1328 LBE 226 (witness with no. 71). - Mimms Mx, Hrt.
33. Robert Neel, burser 1338 Plea 159, 1344 ib. 211 (with no. 148).
34. Henry le Cheyner 1301, 1310 LBB 106, 255 (mercer), 1332 S (CripI, 1 m.), H. Cheyner, mercer 1315 Pat, 1340 (1342) Will (of St. Lawrence Jewry). - Cheyner may mean 'maker or seller of chains'.
35. William de Salop' 1325-6 Cor 147 (juror Cheap), W. de Shrowesbury 1332 S (12s.), W. de Shrouesbury, glover 1344 (1345) Will (of St. Lawrence Jewry).
36. A skinner. Cf. J. le Foundour [no. 62]. The examples found may refer to either: J. le Fundour, dwelling in St. Lawrence Lane 1299-1300 Mayors 59, J. le Foundour 1336-7 Cor 179 (juror Cheap).
37. Robert le Correour 1325-6 Cor 147 (juror Cheap). - OF conreeur 'currier'.
38. William de Stebenhethe, batour 1303 Mayors 147, W. de Stebenheth 1310-11 LBB 22 (batour), 1332 S (4s.), W. de Stebeneth, late brother of John Frank, son of John de Aslyngfeld 1348-9 CW 536. William's original surname seems to have been Haslingfeld, the other being that of a master, e.g. Andrew de Stibbenheth 1298-9 Mayors 33 (smith or cutler). - Stepney Mx.
39. John de Grenewych, son of Richard de Bekynham, appr. of Peter de Grenewych [mercer; no. 129], adm. 1311-12 LBD 165. - Beckenham K.
40. Perhaps connected with William Sport 1292 S [Bas 2].
41. Robert (de) Wynehelme, girdler 1326 LBE 209 (a tenant in St. Lawrence Jewry), R. Wynhelm 1338 LBF 22 (repr. ColemSt), R. Wynnehelme, called de Amyas 1341 (1342) Will (a tenant in St. Stephen Coleman St), R. de Amyas 1348-9 CW 530 (will of Stephen de Fraunsard. called de Amyas). - Amyas 'Amiens'. Wynehelm will be a font-name.
42. John Whitlok de Ewelle, appr. of Geoffrey de Storteford, glover, adm. ColemSt 1309 LBD 97, J. de Ewelle senior 1316 LBE 69, 1332 S (16d.). - Ewell K, Sr.
43. William, son of John le Taillour de Messyngham, appr. of Richard de Paris, mercer (Cheap), adm. 1311-12 LBD 162, W. de Messingham 1318 LBE 94, W. de Massyngham, merchant 1318 Cl. - Messingham Li.
44. Thomas de Cavendisshe, son of William atte Watre de Ewelle, appr. of Walter de Cavendisshe, mercer [no. 26], adm. 1311-12 LBD 167, Th. de Cavendissh 1332 S (£4), Th. de Cavendych, mercer or draper 1348 (1349) Will (apparently of St. Mary Colechurch). He came from Ewell Sr, where he founded chantries. Cavendish is a master's surname.
46. Sandhurst K, Brk, Gl.
47. Richard, son of William atte Rothe, appr. of Michael de London, ointer, adm. Cheap 1309-10 LBD 103, R. atte Roche, called le Smeremongere 1309-10 ib. 112 (Cheap), R. atte Roche 1320 LBE 128. Richard was admitted late and is probably identical with R. atte Rothe, chandler 1299-1300 Mayors 59. - Roe Hrt, Rothend Mx.
48. ME peautrer (OF peautrier) 'pewterer'.
49. Adam de Exeter, vintner 1323-4 LBE 188, perhaps A. de Excestre de Burgoyn, vintner 1326-7 Cl. Cf. no. 143.
50. John de Redinge, cordwainer 1299-1300 Mayors 62, J. de Redynge 1303 Lib Cust 84 (warden of cordwainers), 1328 Will (cordwainer, of St. Martin Pomary). - Reading Brk.
51. William de Aungre, lacer of London, adm. Cheap 1309 LBD 39, W. le Lacer 1322 Will (a tenant in St. Lawrence Jewry). - Ongar Ess. Lacer apparently 'a maker or seller of cords'.
52. William Gorel 1336-7 Cor 179, 1344 LBF 261 (juror Cheap). A founder. - ME gorrell 'a fat-paunched person', from OF gorel 'pig' (OED).
53. OF pestour 'baker'.
54. Salamon, nephew and legatee of John le Coffrer 1305 CW 169, Saleman le Coffrer 1310 LBD 187, Salomon (Salamon) le Coffrer 1314 Mem 109 (pledges taken for 4s. 2d. of tallage), 1322 LBE 170 (armourer), 1328 ib. 233 (warden of coffrers), 1331 Will (of St. Martin), Alicia que fuit uxor Salmonis la Coffrer 1332 S.
55. John Renaud of Dynant, of London, merchant 1320 KFF (a claimant in Bexhill), J. Renaud 1336 LBE 302 (witness with nos. 19, 127), perhaps J. Renaud, devant (for denant[er]?) 1332 S [Vi, 6s. 8d.].
56. Walter de Bardeney, coffrer 1305 Pat, W. de Bardeneye 1320 LBE 129, 1324 Will (a tenant in St. Martin). - Bardney Li.
57. OF fournier 'baker'.
58. A jeweller.
59. William de Herlawe 1298 LBB 68, 1304 LBC 140, 1329 LBE 241. If identical with W. de Herlawe, to whose widow (Agnes) Maurice de Herlawe, saddler [FarrI 131], gave a legacy in 1343, he was probably a saddler. - Harlow Ess.
60. William de Berhamstead, batour 1299-1300 Mayors 65, W. de Berkhampstede 1332 S (4s.), 1332-3 Will (of St. Lawrence Jewry, called Bacour [for Batour] in the copy of the will in BM II). - Berkhamstead Hrt.
61. Perhaps John the Goldbeater (Aurimalliator) 1310-11 LBB 20.
62. Cf. no. 36.
63. Henry de Cavendysshe 1326 Cor 153 (juror Cheap). Perhaps a girdler; cf. no. 26, also Bas 23.
64. Roger de Ebor' 1325-6 Cor 147 f. (juror Cheap). - York.
65. John Russel 1336-7 LBE 289 (juror Cheap), 1340 LBF 62 (girdler), 1348 (1349) Will (girdler, owner of tenements in St. Lawrence Jewry and elsewhere). - Cf. 1292 S [Bridge 18].
66. Nicholas de Reigate 1325 Cor 133 (juror Cheap), N. de Roygate 1332 S (2s.), N. de Reygate, girdler 1331 LBE 260, 1348 (1349) Will (of St. Lawrence Jewry). An earlier namesake was N. de Reygate, ceynturer 1274 or 1275 ADA 11859. - Reigate Sr.
67. John Potyn 1312 LBB 47 (girdler), 1328 LBE 232 (warden of girdlers), 1332 (1332-3) Will (of St. Lawrence Jewry, wife Sibil). Sibill Potyn 1332 S (Cheap). John Potyn 1332 S (4 m.) was probably a son of John of 1319. - OF potin 'latten' (the metal) or more likely a font-name Potin from F Philipot (Bardsley).
68. John Baroun, batour 1299-1300 Mayors 65, J. Baron 1312 LBD 90 (batour, adm.), 1320 LBE 129. - 'The baron', a nickname.
69. A buckle-maker or girdler.
70. Perhaps John Marchaunt 1321 CW 292 (son-in-law of Adam de Forsham, mercer), 1325-6 Cor 147 (owner of a rent in St. Lawrence Jewry), 1340 LBF 57 (witness Cheap). Possibly a mercer. But perhaps more likely John le Clerk, marchaunt 1322 LBE 170 (armourer). - ME marchant 'merchant'.
71. John le Tableter 1310 LBD 141 (mercer), 1337-8 LBF 18 (witness St. Lawrence Jewry). - Cf. Appendix.
72. Thomas de Pykenham 1332 S (1 m.), Th. de Pikenham 1349-50 Cl. Very likely a paternostrer like John de Pykenham [FarrI 71], whose executor he was (1334 Plea 89).
73. Nicholas de Grenewiz 1322-3 LBE 178, N. de Grenewych 1329 ib. 236 (keeper of the Small Balance for silk), 1332 S (1 m.), 1346-7 Pat (mercer). - Cf. no. 129.
74. Probably an armourer like John de Kesteven 1309-10 LBD 45 (adm. Cheap) and Thomas de Kestevene 1334 ADA 2347. - Kesteven Li.
77. Ranulf Abraham de Bassieshawe, adm. Bas 1309-10 LBD 46, Ralph Abraham, girdler 1348-9 CW 517 (got remainder of a tenement in St. Lawrence Jewry).
78. Cf. ColemSt 58.
79. Tottenham Court Mx.
80. John atte Barnet 1326 Cor 169 (juror Cheap), 1332 S (2s. 8d.), J. del Barnet, girdler 1336 LBE 289, J. atte Barnet 1337 Plea 144 (keeper of the Conduit), 1348 (1349-50) Will. He founded chantries in St. Thomas Acon (Cheap). - Barnet Mx, Hrt.
82. John de Berkyng was a common name. In the list of subscribers to a City loan of 1346 (LBF 145 f.) occur J. de Berkyng de Colmanstrete, J. de Berkynge, and J. de Berkynge senior. - Barking Ess.
83. Geoffrey le Purtreour 1327 Mem 160 (painter), 1340 LBF 253 (juror Cheap). - Cf. no. 18.
84. Walter de Wynchester, cordwainer 1320-1 LBE 144 (a tenant in St. Alban Wood St), W. de Wynton of London; cordwainer 1321 MxFF 98 (a claimant in Knightsbridge).
85. John le (sic) Burgoyn, saddler 1300-1 LBB 102, J. le Borgiloun, saddler 1310 LBB 248, J. de Burgoyne 1322 Cor 52 (surety Cheap). - La Bourgogne.
86. Surname and occupation obscure.
87. Maikyn, a hypocoristic form of Matthew.
88. ?Hugh de Lemenstre, cordwainer 1340 Cor 263 (juror CripE). - Leominster He or Lyminster Sx.
89. ?Robert de Ravenston 1332 S [Cornh, 2s. 8d.]. - Ravenstone Bk, Le.
90. Robert de Kent 1319-20 Mem 136 (3 pairs of shoes of his seized), 1322 Cor 51 (cordwainer, burnt to death in his solar in St. Martin).
91. John Traynel of London 1317 ADA 2089 (got land in St. George Eastcheap). Surname apparently French.
92. Geoffrey de Getlestone, cutler 1310 LBD 122 (Cheap), G. de Gedelestone 1325 LBE 205 (cutler, keeper of the Conduit), 1328 ib. 233 (warden of cutlers), 1337 LBF 29 (resident near the Conduit), 1349 ib. 110 (deceased). - Gilston Hrt.
93. William de Sabrichesworth 1329 LBE 241 (brewer, surety with no. 66), 1332 S (16d.). - Sawbridgeworth Hrt.
94. Cf. Geoffrey le Blake 1332 S [Cheap, 16d.].
95. Perhaps Roger le Re(e)de, baker, adm. 1310-11 LBD 61.
96. Simon de Elyngham, fundour, adm. 1311-12 LBD 81, S. le Foundour 1318 LBE 90, 1321 ib. 164 (a tenant in St. Mary Colechurch, St. Stephen Coleman St, and St. Mildred Poultry), 1332 S (3s. 4d.). - Cf. Cordw 70.
97. Thurlow Sf.
99. Bartholomew le Cotiller 1320 LBE 132, 1334 ib. 294, B. le Coteler 1328 ib. 233 (warden of cutlers).
100. Richard de Farnberwe 1322 Cor (surety of no. 56), R. de Farneberwe 1328 LBE 233 (warden of coffrers), R. de Farnebergh 1332 S (6s. 8d.), 1349 Will (coffrer, of St. Michael, Cornh). - Farnborough K, Brk, Ha, etc.
101. Henry de Farenbergh 1317 Mem 126 (surety of a furbisher), H. de Farnebergh 1326 Cor 164 (juror Cheap). Doubtless a coffrer like no. 100.
102. Roger Deynes 1332 S (6s. 8d.), 1345 Will (ironmonger, a tenant in St. Mary Colechurch and St. Olave Old Jewry). Cf. ColemSt 54. - Deynes possibly the genitive of ME den, deyne 'dean' (OF deien).
103. Coventry Wa.
104. John le Keu 1324 Cor 81 (surety Cheap). - OF queu, keu 'cook'.
105. John de Bradlee 1317 Mem 126 (surety of a furbisher with no. 101). Probably a girdler connected with Geoffrey de Bradelee, girdler [cf. no. 26]. - Bradley (common).
106. William le Forbour of the Poultry 1321 LBE 159, W. le Fourbour of Cheap 1321-2 ib. 162 (surety of Cristina, widow of John Neweman), William Loue, forbour 1327-8 Will (of St. Martin; the said Cristina's children legatees). A furbisher.
107. Perhaps John de Brawynge, adm. 1311-12 LBD 83. Cf. no. 171.
108. Reginald le Bokeler 1310-11 LBD 67 (appr. of John atte Cherche, adm.), 1325 Will (a tenant in St. Martin Pomary).
109. Adam de St. Alban, ferroun, late appr. of Richard de Caumpes 1304-5 LBB 147, A. de St. Alban 1328 LBE 232 (warden of ironmongers), 1332 S (2 m.), A. de Sancto Albano 1341 Cl (witness Poultry). - St. Albans Hrt.
110. Richard de Hodesdone, pesshoner, appr. of Richard Cook (of Cheap), adm. 1311 LBD 147, R. de Hodesdon, fishmonger 1323 Will (owner of shops in the Poultry). - Hoddesdon Hrt.
111. ME poleter 'poulterer'.
112. Very likely an appr. of Henry de Merlawe, cutler [1292 S, BroadSt 16].
113. Cf. 1292 S [Walbr 75].
114. Roxford in Hertingfordbury Hrt.
115. John Bakon, poulterer 1319-20 LBE 113. - A nickname from bacon.
116. John Attehulle 1317 Mem 126 (surety of a furbisher with no. 101). Very likely an armourer like Adam atte Hulle 1344 LBF 261 (juror Cheap).
118. Henry de Ware, appr. of John de Ware, ironmonger, adm. Cheap 1310 LBD 129, H. de Ware 1327 LBE 220 (isemonger, keeper of the Conduit), 1351 LBF 239 (warden of ironmongers). - Ware Hrt.
119. Richer de Taleworth 1343-4 Will. He left rents in St. Mary le Bow which he had by feoffment of Richer de Refham [no. 131] to Thomas de Stondon, his nephew, doubtless a son of Richard de Stondon, coffrer (1349 Will). It is curious that Richer had the same font-name as Richer de Refham. In the text Ric'o, which otherwise means Ricardo, should perhaps be extended to Richero. - Tolworth Sr.
120. Adam de Walsokne 1308 CW 198, 1308 LBB 203 (tailor), A. de Walsok' 1324-5 Cl. - Walsoken Nf.
121. Geoffrey de Medelane 1332 LBE 272 (deceased). He was a son of William le Teynturer [1292 S, Qu 45] and perhaps a dyer like his father.
122. Guy Lespicer 1337-8 Plea 173 (creditor of a merchant of Genoa). Cf. no. 128.
123. John Peche, tailor 1320 LBE 130, J. Pecchee 1328 ib. 234 (warden of tailors and linen-armourers), J. Pecche 1332 S (1 m.), J. Pecchie 1351 Cl (wool-exporter). He is described as partner of Thomas de Holbeche, draper (his son-in-law) in 1337-8 (Plea 148). - Peche is an old Norman family name.
124. William de Brythwelle, shearman 1308 LBB 203, W. de Brighwelle, sherman 1320 LBE 130, W. de Bristwelle 1324-5 Cl. - Brightwell Brk, O, Sf, Britwell Bk, O.
125. Bartholomew Thomasyn 1321 Cl (spicer of London), 1335-6 LBF 6 (spicer), 1347-8 ib. 177, B. Thomasin 1332 S (2 m.), B. Thomesyn of Luca, citizen and merchant of London 1341 Cl. A pepperer of Italian origin.
126. A Matthew Frossh, fishmonger, was admitted in 1312 (LBD 88). - Cf. 1292 S [Bill 10]. For Maikin cf. no. 87.
127. Henry le Palmere 1318 LBE 93, 1319, 1323 ib. 110, 181 (vintner), 1328 ib. 233 (warden of vintners), 1332 S [Vintry, 5s. 4d.], H. Palmere 1352 LBF 249. - Cf. 1292 S [Bridge 66].
128. Burnet de Luka 1318 LBE 93, B. Guillim de Luca 1323 ib. 184 (apothecary, a tenant in St. Benet), B. le Spicer 1332 S [Walbr, 20s. 2¾d.], B. Lespicer 1339-40 LBF 47. A pepperer of Lombard origin.
129. Peter de Grenewyche 1303 LBC 123, 1337 Will, P. de Grenewiz, mercer 1308-9 LBB 209, P. de Grenewich 1323 LBE 184 (witness St. Benet), P. de Grenewych, haberdassher 1332 S [Cand, 2s. 8d.]. - Greenwich K.
130. Thomas Hauteyn 1316 Mem 120 (pepperer), 1332 S (2 m.), 1337 (1338) Will (pepperer, of St. Benet). - Cf. 1292 S [CripI 28].
131. Richer le Botouner 1295 LBB 212, R. le Mercer 1298 ib. 73, R. le Mercer of Refham 1300 Pat, R. de Refham 1298 LBC 28, 1300 LBB 98 (mercer), R. de Refham, Knt. 1328 Will (apparently of St. Antholin, a tenant in St. Mary Colechurch and elsewhere). He was a sheriff 1298-9, alderman of Langb 1298-1300, 1306-8, of Bas 1302-6, of Dowg 1308-12, Mayor 1310-11. He is described in Ann Lond as >austerus et celer ad justitiam faciendam nulli parcendo<. He was deposed from the Mayoralty (or rather not re-elected) in 1311. He was a considerable landowner in the country, e.g. at Little Baddow, Danbury, Stanford Rivers (all Ess); see EssFF (passim), 1313 Pat. The farm-names Riffhams in Danbury, Riffham's Fm in Li. Baddow still commemorate his name. - Reepham Nf or Li.
132. William de Lindesey 1294 LBC 20, W. de Lyndesseye, armourer 1306 LBB 188, W. de Lyndeseie, armourer 1321-2 Mem 145. - Lindsey Li.
133. John le Peutrer 1312 LBD 190 (juror St. Antholin). Cf. no. 48.
134. Hugh le Forbour 1310 LBD 187 (a surety with no. 54), H. le Fourbour 1320 LBE 129, 132, 1322 Cor 52 (surety of no. 106).
135. Munden Hrt.
136. Thomas le Fourbour 1324 Cor 82 (St. Pancras), 1326 ib. 157 (juror Cheap), Th. de Norwych, forbour 1329-30 Will (a tenant in St. Mary Colechurch and St. Mildred). A furbisher.
137. William de St. Albans 1305 Mayors 193 (indicted with assault in Lawrence Lane), W. de St. Alban 1320 LBE 129, 1325-6 Cor 140 (chandler), 1332 S (8s.), 1336-7 Will (chandler, owner of shops in St. Mary Colechurch). There were earlier chandlers with this surname, associated with St. Mary Colechurch. - St. Albans Hrt.
138. Geoffrey de Brandone 1309-10, 1311-12 LBD 163, 182 f. (mercer), 1321-2 LBE 150 (mercer, deceased). Alice de Brandon, his widow, whose will was enrolled in 1349, lived in St. Mary Colechurch. - Brandon (Sf, Nf, Li, etc.).
139. William le Hauberger 1306 LBC 202 (witness St. Mary Colechurch), Gillot le Hauberger 1320 LBE 132, Gilot le Heauberger, armourer 1321-2 Mem 145, W. le Heaubergier 1324 LBE 189. - ME, OF haubergier 'maker of hauberks or coats of mail, armourer'.
140. Roger Sauvage 1320 LBE 129, 1328 ib. 234 (warden of tailors and linen-armourers), 1332 S (12d.), 1336 LBE 289 (armourer, juror Cheap). - ME, OF sauvage 'wild'.
141. John Tany 1321-2 Mem 145 f. (armourer, overseer of the trade), 1332 S [FarrE, 12d.], 1348 (1349) Will (armourer, of St. Andrew Holborn), J. Tavy 1328 LBE 234 (warden of tailors and linen-armourers). - Perhaps ME tany (OF tane) 'tawny'.
142. Reynold le Heauberger 1321-2 Mem 145 (armourer), Reginald le Hauberger 1320 LBE 132. Cf. no. 139.
143. Adam de Burgoyne, taverner 1331 LBE 261. He may be A. de Burgoyne 1332 S [CripI, 4m.], 1330 Ann Lond (one of 24 sent to the King). - Cf. nos. 49, 85.
144. John le Palmere, brother of Henry le Palmere [no. 127] 1323 LBE 181. He had a tavern at the Conduit and was committed to prison for having sold wines there in spite of the Mayor's prohibition.
145. Brugge is doubtless London Bridge.
146. Thomas Scarlet, mercer 1304-7 LBB 143 ff. Cf. Richard Scarlet, mercer 1343-4 LBF 97 (a tenant in St. Pancras). - ME scarlet 'bright red'; 'scarlet cloth'.
147. John Tedmar 1305 f. Mayors 173, 250 (executor of John le Benere [1292 S, Bridge 85] and of John de Armenters [ib., Dowg 71]), J. Thedmar 1315-16 LBE 62 (guardian), 1327 Mem 164 (juror). - Cf. William Tedmar 1292 S [Dowg 40].
148. William de Borham 1344 Plea 159, 211 (pouchmaker, of St. Lawrence Lane, Cheap). - Boreham Ess, Hrt, Sx.
149. John le Callere 1301 LBC 188 (probably a mercer), 1329-30 LBE 242 (John his late servant a surety of Richard de Gloucestre [no. 21]), J. le Caller 1318 Cl (witness Cheap). - Cf. 1292 S [CripI 74].
150. Simon de Paris 1289 LBA 175, 1297 LBB 64 (mercer), 1297 ib. 239 (repr. Cheap), 1302 LBA 195 (mercer), S. de Parys, mercer 1324 Will (resident in Soper Lane, a tenant in St. Pancras and elsewhere). He was a sheriff 1302-3, alderman of Bish 1299-1319, of Cheap 1319-21, Chamberlain 1298-1300 (LBB 70, LBC 65). He was apparently of Necton Nf (Year Books Edw. 2, vol. I, 11 ff.). Paris is probably a master's surname.
151. Simon Fraunceys 1328 LBE 232 (warden of mercers), 1351 LBF 237, S. Franceys 1332 S (10 m.), S. Fraunceys, mercer 1358 Will (owner of tenements in St. Olave Old Jewry and elsewhere). He was a sheriff 1328-9, alderman of Langb 1336-9, of Cheap 1339-57, Mayor 1342-3, 1355-6, an M.P. 1350.
152. William Albon, felmongere 1348 LBF 185, 1348 (1349) Will (apparently of St. Mary Colechurch). - Albon, a side-form of Alban fn.
153. Elyas de Garboldesham, called le Callere, appr. of Robert le Callere, adm. 1310-11 LBD 132, E. le Callere, mercer 1309-10, 1314-15 LBD 182 f., LBE 42, E. le Keller (de Kaller) 1323 Cl. He was evidently admitted late, since he had had two apprentices for 5 years in 1310-11 (LBD 133). Garboldisham Nf. Callere is a master's surname. - Cf. no. 149.
154. Richard le Freynshe, bokeler, adm. 1310 LBD 57.
155. Possibly Walter Conestable, goldsmith 1303 Mayors 146. De in the MS. for le.
156. Nicholas le Clerk 1324 LBE 189, 1334-5 ib. 268 (ceynturer), 1332 S (10s. 8d.), 1338 LBF 21 (juror Cheap).
157. York.
158. John de Besevill 1324 Cl (tailor), 1332 S (1 m.), J. Beseville 1328 LBE 234 (warden of tailors and linen-armourers), J. de Besevile, tailor 1352 (1353) Will (apparently of St. Mary Colechurch). - Perhaps Beuzeville in Eure. The surname de Beseville was common in England c. 1200 (e.g. 1202, 1207 P).
159. Richard Starkolf de Northtedenham, co. Norfolk, mercer, adm. 1310-11 LBD 67, R. Startolf 1332 S (20s.), R. Starcolf, mercer 1333-4 Will. - OG Starculf fn. One Starcolf was a tenant in Norfolk in 1066 (DB).
160. William de Suttone, peutrer, adm. 1311 LBD 72, W. le Peautrer 1332 S (5s. 4d.), 1337 Plea 144 (keeper of the Conduit), W. Peautrer 1346-7 LBF 160 (witness St. Benet). A pewterer.
161. Philip de Farnham 1310-11 LBB 18 (peverer, of Soper Lane), 1311 LBD 190 (tenant of a shop in Soper Lane), Ph. de Farneham, late appr. to Peter Adrian, pepperer, adm. 1311-12 LBD 81. - Farnham (common).
162. Thomas Prentiz 1338-9 Cor 213 (juror Cheap). - Diseworth Le.
163. Chivellus de Pistor[io], king's serjeant 1312 Pat, Chevel de Pistorio, king's merchant 1313 Pat, Chimellus Lombard 1318 LBE 94. A hosier of Pistoia (NW. of Florence).
164. John de Sellingge, apothecary 1303 LBC 136, J. de Sellynge, apothecary 1322 LBE 171. He was a landowner in Selling K (1317 KFF), from which he evidently derived his surname.
165. John le Lenteur (sic) 1294-5 Chancery Warr, J. le Leutour (Leutur) 1297, 1304 Cl, J. Luter 1309-10 LBD 50 (surety with J. de Triple [Walbr 69] of a wine-broker), J. de Acon, called Le Lieutour 1332 ADC 413 (deceased). Isabella, called La Leutour, relict of John de Aconia, called le Leutour 1344-5 Will. John was no doubt a merchant, perhaps a vintner. The surname de Aconia may have been taken from Acre in Palestine. where the Knights Templars had a house. Leutour (Luter) is perhaps OF leuteur 'lute-player' (a nickname).
166. Cf. Roger le Latoner 1332 S [Cheap, 16d.] and see ColemSt 13.
167. Bona, relict of Godwin le Pheliper [1292 S, BroadSt 62], who left her inter alia a tenement in St. Lawrence Jewry.
168. Rosia Deneyis (sic) 1339 Pat (tenant of shops opposite St. Thomas Acon). She was probably the widow of Richard Deneneys (sic), a tailor or armourer (1294 LBA 193, 1309-10 LBB 229). William, son of Richard Deveneys, had shops in St. Mildred Poultry in 1312 (LBD 300). - Deveneys 'of Devon'.
169. William de Gartone 1324 Cor 81 (surety Cheap), W. de Gertone 1328 LBE 231 (surety of the warden of the Conduit). Probably William de Gartone, son of William de Gartone and Sabine his wife (1335 LBE 295). William senior was a mercer, and so was probably his son. - Garton YE.
170. Reginald de Conduit 1316 CW 261, 1325 Plea 8 (merchant), 1332 S [Langb, 35s. 6¾d.], 1344 (1347) Will (vintner, of St. Mary Fenchurch). He was a sheriff 1320-1, alderman of Cordw 1321, of Cheap 1321-39, of Tower 1346-7, Mayor 1334-5. He evidently moved to St. Mary Fenchurch, where he got a house in 1316, after 1319. - Cf. BreadSt 10.
171. Ralph de Brawhing, girdler 1299-1300 Mayors 65, R. de Braghynge 1328 LBE 232 (warden of girdlers), R. de Braughinge 1328 (1331-2) Will (a tenant in St. Lawrence Jewry and St. Mildred Poultry). - Braughing Hrt.
172. Richard le Coffrer 1306 LBC 202 (witness St. Mary Colechurch), 1319-20 LBE 118 (three girdles of his called >croupers< seized as falsely made), 1332 S (2s. 8d.), R. de Hortone 1312 LBD 87 (adm.), R. de Horton(e), coffrer 1310 LBD 187, 1341-2 Will. He was to be buried in the church of St. Thomas Acon, near which he will have lived. A coffrer and girdler.
173. William atte Ram 1317 Mem 126 (surety of a furbisher with no. 105), W. atte Ramme 1320 Fine (surety of Salomon le Coffrer [no. 54]). One would suppose that he was an armourer or the like. He is hardly identical with W. atte Ramme, brewer 1305 Mayors 203 or W. atte Ramme 1319 LBE 109 (surveyor of meat at the Shambles), W. Purde, called Ate Ramme 1321-2 Will (a tenant in BroadSt). - Surname probably from a house called The Ram. The final entry Forum Extra ((ffor' Extra) is difficult to explain, unless it simply refers to the taxpayers on the verso side of the membrane. A division of the ward into Cheap Infra and Cheap Extra has not been noticed anywhere.