Subsidy Roll 1319
Farringdon ward extra

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'Subsidy Roll 1319: Farringdon ward extra', Two Early London Subsidy Rolls (1951), pp. 305-314. URL: http://british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=31948 Date accessed: 28 November 2014.


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Warda de ffarndone extra, Farringdon ward Extra.

Parishes: St. Andrew Holborn, St. Bride, St. Dunstan in the West, St. Sepulchre. Partly in FarrE: St. Martin Ludgate.

Alderman: Nicholas de Farndon [CripI 2].

[Mem. 19 r.]

1 t De Johanne Lok xj.s. viij.d. (fn. 1)
2 t De Willelmo le Cotiller iiij.s. iiij.d. (fn. 2)
3 t De Dyonisya en la baillye v.s. (fn. 3)
4 t De Johanne de Parys xiij.s. iiij.d. (fn. 4)
5 t De Ricardo Sprot' iij.s. iiij.d. (fn. 5)
6 t De Laurencio le Longe xx.d. (fn. 6)
7 t De Ricardo ate Longe xiij.d. (fn. 7)
8 t De Henrico de Amondesham xx.d. (fn. 8)
9 t De Johanne le litel xx.d. (fn. 9)
10 t De Benedicto de Rikemersworthe xx.d. (fn. 10)
11 t De Waltero le Mareshall ij.s. vj.d. (fn. 11)
12 t De Ricardo Madour viij.s. iiij.d. (fn. 12)
13 t De Roberto le Chaundeler x.d. (fn. 13)
14 t De Ricardo le Suour viij.d. (fn. 14)
15 t De Willelmo de ffoundenhale xiij.d. (fn. 15)
16 t De Laurencio le Bret xiij.d. (fn. 16)
17 t De Alicia le Sporyere iij.s. iiij.d. (fn. 17)
18 t De Oliuero Larmurer v.s. (fn. 18)
19 t De Rogero le Barber xx.d. (fn. 19)
20 t De Willelmo de Wykendenne xiij.d. (fn. 20)
21 t De Ricardo de Blakenhale xx.d. (fn. 21)
22 t De Willelmo de Waltham xx.d. (fn. 22)
23 t De Ricardo Larmurer viij.s. x.d. (fn. 23)
24 t De Thoma de Chetyngtone xj.s. viij.d. (fn. 24)
25 t De Willelmo de Byry iij.s. iiij.d. (fn. 25)
26 t De Roberto le ffermer vj.s. viij.d. (fn. 26)
27 t De Simone le Hatter ij.s. viij.d. 27
28 t De Simone Larmurer dj.mar. (fn. 28)
29 t De Johanne de Pelham dj.mar. (fn. 29)
30 t De Henrico le ffourbour v.s. (fn. 30)
31 t De Willelmo Larmurer ij.s. ij.d. (fn. 31)
32 t De Johanne le ffourbour xl.d. (fn. 32)
33 t De Henrico Rofot' iij.s. vj.d. (fn. 33)
34 t De Johanne de Thele xl.d. (fn. 34)
35 t De Thoma de Horneby xx.d. (fn. 35)
36 t De Roberto Darry xx.d. (fn. 36)
37 t De Thoma le Mirurer xx.d. (fn. 37)
38 t De Waltero Larblaster xx.d. (fn. 38)
39 t De Johanne Gyles v.s. (fn. 39)
40 t De Johanne Rofot xx.d. (fn. 40)
41 t De Dyonysia la Bokebynder dj.mar. (fn. 41)
42 t De Johanne de Kyngestone x.d. (fn. 42)
43 t De Johanne atte Sloo xx.d. (fn. 43)
44 t De Johanne le Chaundeler xl.d. (fn. 44)
45 t De Radulpho le Cotiler dj.mar. (fn. 45)
46 t De Hugone Larmurer xl.d. (fn. 46)
47 t De Johanne le ffanner iij.s. vj.d. (fn. 47)
48 t De Willelmo Passemer dj.mar. (fn. 48)
49 t De Thoma le Barber xx.d. (fn. 49)
50 t De Elya de Bamptone viij.s. iiij.d. (fn. 50)
51 t De Roberto le Horner xx.d. (fn. 51)
52 t De Rogero de Parys xx.d. (fn. 52)
53 t De Johanne Syward dj.mar. (fn. 53)
54 t De Andrea le Mareschal xl.d. 54
55 t De Cristina la Coyfere xx.d. (fn. 55)
56 t De Andrea Soteman xiij.d. (fn. 56)
57 t De Gilberto le Charetter xiij.d. (fn. 57)
58 t De Stephano de Hereforde xj.s. viij.d. (fn. 58)
59 t De Willelmo de Matthyng xx.d. (fn. 59)
60 t De Johanne le Cotiller xx.d. (fn. 60)
61 t De Johanne le Coupere x.d. (fn. 61)
62 t De Ricardo le Brewer dj.mar. 62
63 t De Ricardo le Keu x.d. (fn. 63)
64 t De Adam Sigilly ij.s. vj.d. (fn. 64)
65 t De Johanne Hereward' v.s. (fn. 65)
66 t De Roberto le Hende iiij.s. iiij.d. (fn. 66)
67 t De Johanne de Potyngtone vj.s. (fn. 67)
68 Nichil De Roberto le Dorturer (fn. 68)
69 t De Johanne le Colyer ij.s. vj.d. (fn. 69)
70 t De Roberto Lorfeure xx.d. (fn. 70)
71 t De Margeria la Silkewymman xiij.d. (fn. 71)
72 t De Reginaldo le Clerc' xl.d. (fn. 72)
73 Nichil De Agnete de Newenham. (fn. 73)
74 t De Jacobo le Clerc xl.d. (fn. 74)
75 t De Alicia de Bertone xx.d. (fn. 75)
76 t De Willelmo Vikery xx.d. (fn. 76)
77 t De Willelmo de Belhous xx.d. (fn. 77)
78 t De Simone le Carpenter xl.d. 78
79 t De Johanne de Londonstone xx.d. (fn. 79)
80 Nichil De Ricardo le Long' 80
81 t De Johanne de Amondesham xl.d. (fn. 81)
82 t De Willelmo de Schenefelde ij.s. vj.d.
xiiij.li. iij.d.
(fn. 82)
Adhuc de Warda de ffarndone extra
[Mem. 19 v.]
83 t De Nicholao atte Chaumbre xx.d. (fn. 83)
84 t De Johanne de fflaundene v.s. (fn. 84)
85 t De Johanne Sprount xl.d. (fn. 85)
86 t De Johanne de Mymmes xiij.d. (fn. 86)
87 t De Galfrido le Goldbeter iiij.s. iiij.d. (fn. 87)
88 t De Aubry de Appilby dj.mar. (fn. 88)
89 t De Simone atte ffelde ij.s. ij.d. (fn. 89)
90 t De Willelmo de Balsham xl.d. (fn. 90)
91 t De Willelmo de Hakeneye xl.d. (fn. 91)
92 t De Rogero de Edelmetone xj.s. viij.d. (fn. 92)
93 t De Rogero de Shepstede viij.s. iiij.d. (fn. 93)
94 t De Willelmo de Chelchehethe iiij.s. iiij.d. (fn. 94)
95 t De Laurencio de Haddham xx.d. (fn. 95)
96 t De Waltero de Schenefelde viij.s. iiij.d. (fn. 96)
97 t De Roberto atte Hulle ij.s. vj.d. (fn. 97)
98 t De Johanne Swyft iiij.s. iiij.d. (fn. 98)
99 t De Simone le Mareschal xiij.d. (fn. 99)
100 t De Martino Larmurer xx.d. (fn. 100)
101 t De Henrico de Stokes xx.d. (fn. 101)
102 De Rogero Chauntecler (fn. 102)
103 t De Ricardo Lusscher viij.s. iiij.d. (fn. 103)
104 Taxat' t De Roberto de fflet xx.d. (fn. 104)
105 t De Willelmo de Toppesfelde xl.d. (fn. 105)
106 [Taxat'] t De Simone de Pabenham v.s. (fn. 106)
107 t De Willelmo de Arundel xj.s. viij.d. (fn. 107)
108 De . . . . . . atte ffelde (?) [Erased]
summa pagine .Cvj.s. vj.d.
Summa .xix.lj. vj.s. iiij.d. [Cancelled]
Summa totalis vtriusque partis .xjx.li. vj.s. ix.d. prob.

Footnotes

1. John Lok de Okele, appr. of W. de Lalham, cornmonger, adm. 1310 LBD 128, J. Lok 1324 Will (a tenant in St. Martin, St. Bride, and at Henley). - OE Locc, a by-name from OE locc 'a lock of hair'. Okele probably Ockley Sr.
2. William le Coteler 1300-1 LBC 86 (juror St. Sepulchre), 1310 LBD 241 (sworn to keep the gate of Newgate), W. le Cotiller 1332 S [no. 2, 6s. 8d.], 1334-5 LBE 268 (juror FarrE).
3. Nicholas le Longe, a hatter, by his will of 1308-9 left to Dionisia his daughter houses and shops in le Bailly. Nicholas was father of Laurence [no. 6] and Richard [no. 7], and father-in-law of John de Parys [no. 4], perhaps of Richard Sprot [no. 5]. Taxpayers 3-7 form a family group. - La baillye is the Old Bailey in St. Martin and St. Sepulchre.
4. John de Paris 1305-6 Mayors 239 (corder), 1317 LBE 81 (repr. Farr), J. de Parys 1307 LBC 240 (corder, juror concerning Fleet Bridge), 1321 Will (of St. Martin). Edith his wife was a daughter of Nicholas le Longe; cf. no. 3.
5. Richard, son of Henry Sprot, whose will was enrolled in 1302-3 and who was a tenant in St. Martin. John, son of Richard Sprot, became the ward of Laurence le Bret [no. 16] and Simon Mars, goldsmiths, in 1327 (LBE 223); he had a house near Ludgate. Richard and his mother were legatees of Joan Goldcorn, widow of Bartholomew le Smith (or Locksmith) in 1303-4 (CW 162). Richard Sprot may have been a goldsmith or a smith. - Cf. 1292 S [Bas 2].
6. Laurence, son of Nicholas le Lung 1305-6 Mayors 239, L. Longe 1320 LBE 129, L. le Long 1334-5 ib. 268 (deceased). Perhaps a hatter; cf. no. 3.
7. Richard, son of Nicholas le Longe 1308-9 CW 203, R. le Long, goldsmith 1327 LBE 223 (surety of no. 16 as a guardian), R. le Longe, goldsmith 1349 Will (apparently of St. Martin; parents Nicholas and Agnes). Presumably ate Longe is an error for le Longe and hardly means <<at the house of (Laurence) le Longe>>.
8. Henry de Amondesham, appr. of Richard de Rikemeresworth, adm. 1310-11 LBD 65 (articled in 1276), H. de Amodesham, capper of Fleet St 1319 Pat. A case of late admission. - Amersham Bk.
9. John le Little, chapeler, adm. Farr 1310-11 LBD 63. A hatter.
10. Cf. Richard de Rikemeresworth under no. 8. Probably a capper. - Rickmansworth Hrt.
11. Walter le Mareschal 1312 MxFF 83 (of Ludgate), 1332 S [Bocher, 6s. 8d.], 1338 LBF 21 (repr. FarrE). A butcher.
12. Richard Madour de Fakenham, appr. of Th. le Palmere (of Farr), capper, adm. 1311 LBD 141. Cf. Roger Madour 1328 LBE 233 (warden of haberdashers), 1332 S [Bas], Robert Madour 1332 S [Bill]. - Madour possibly a Normanized form of madrer 'maddermonger' (Fransson 108). Fakenham Nf or Sf.
13. Robert le Chaundeler 1325 Cor 118 (surety FarrE), 1334-5 LBE 268 (witness with no. 2), 1343 LBF 92 (deceased; Alice, his widow, resident near the New Temple).
14. Suour 'shoemaker'. Cf. 1292 S [Dowg 48].
15. William de Fonden(h)ale, chapeler, adm. Farr 1310-11 LBD 63. A hatter. - Fundenhall Nf.
16. Laurence le Bret 1327 LBE 223 (guardian of a son of no. 5). Doubtless identical with Laurence, son of Philip le Bret, whose will was enrolled in 1316 and who left to Laurence a tenement in St. Nicholas Olave. No doubt a goldsmith. - Cf. CripI 8.
17. Probably the widow of Henry le Sporoner 1305 Mayors 204 (of Fleet St), H. le Sporiere 1307 LBC 240 (juror concerning Fleet Bridge), or of Richard le Sporier 1305 Mayors 204 (brother of Richard).
18. Oliver le Heaumer, armourer 1321-2 Mem 145.
19. Roger le Barbour 1309 LBC 183 (sworn to guard the gate of Ludgate).
20. William de Wygindene 1295 Pat (attorney of Ralph de Eure), W. de Wigindenne 1308-9 LBB 28, W. de Wyke(n)dene 1325-6, 1326 Cor 150, 153 (juror BreadSt). - Wiggenden, a lost place in Cowden K.
21. Cf. Roger de Blakenhale, armourer 1321-2 Mem 145. - Blakenhall Chs.
22. William de Walthom 1303 Mayors 148 (journeyman cordwainer), W. Aleyn de Waltham, cordewaner, adm. Farr 1310 LBD 55, W. de Waltham 1328 LBE 233 (warden of cordwainers), 1332 S (Cordwaner, 1 m.), 1347 Will (cordwainer, of St. Bride). - Waltham (common).
23. Master Richard le Heaumer 1321-2 Mem 146 (overseer of armourers), R. le Armurer 1332 S (8d.), R. le Harneysmakyere 1338 Cor 207 (juror FarrE).
24. Thomas de Chedyngdone 1318 Cl (witness St. Bride), Th. de Chetyndone 1331 LBE 261, Th. de Chetindon 1332 S (8s.), Th. de Chetyndon 1337 Will (of Fleet St, St. Bride). He was an M.P. in 1322, 1332 and 1335-6. A merchant. Joan, his widow, was a wool-exporter in 1343 (Cl). - Cheddington Bk.
25. Perhaps William de Bury 1339 LBF 36 (warden of pouchmakers), 1344 Plea 159 (bourcer). - Bury St. Edmunds Sf.
26. Robert le Fermer, spuriere 1332-3 Will (of St. Bride). Rois que fuit uxor Roberti le Fermer 1332 S (1 m.). - ME fermer 'farmer'.
28. Simon le Heaumer 1318 LBE 97 (a tenant in St. Bride), 1321-2 Mem 145 (armourer), S. le Armurer 1332 S (6s. 8d.), 1343 Cl.
29. John de Pelham 1316 LBE 68 (cutler), 1328 LBE 233 (warden of cutlers), 1332 S (2s. 8d.), 1345 LBF 120 (late cutler; his daughter a tenant outside Ludgate). - Pelham Hrt.
30. Henry le Fourbour 1325 Cor 134 (juror FarrE), H. le Forbour of St. Brigid de Fletestrete 1327 Will. - ME furbour 'furbisher'.
31. William le Heaumer 1321-2 Mem 145 (armourer).
32. Cf. no. 30.
33. Henry, called Rofot, Bayeler, brother of Roger le Rede 1301 CW 153 (got reversion of a tenement in St. Katherine, Aldg), H. Rofot 1305 Mayors 200 (juror Fleet St), H. Roffot 1322 Cor 58 (St. Bride). Cf. no. 40. Bayeler (cf. Gerard le Bailer 1307 CW 193, a tenant in FarrE) may be F bailleur 'lessor' or for brayeler (OF braielier) 'a maker of breeches or breech-girdles'. - Rofot 'with feet like those of a roe, with small feet'.
34. Cf. 1292 S [Walbr 63].
35. Thomas de Horneby 1319-20 Mem 136 (3 pairs of shoes of his seized). Apparently a shoemaker. - Hornby La, We, YN.
36. Cf. John Darry 1348 LBF 181 (executor of a brewer's widow in St. Sepulchre). - Darry possibly for d'Arry, i.e. Arry in Somme.
37. Thomas de Selstone, clerk, called le Mirourer, of Fletestrete, adm. 1312 LBD 90. - Selston Nt. Cf. CripI 19.
38. Walter le Arblaster, son of William de Thorp, adm. 1311 LBD 72, W. le Arblaster 1332 S (8d.). Margery, widow of W. le Arblaster de Fletestrete 1337 Will. - ME arblaster, alblaster 'a cross-bowman', here 'a maker of cross-bows'.
39. John Giles 1320 LBE 129, J. Gyles 1325 Cor 136 (St. Bride). His son was Thomas Giles de Fletstret 1349 Will, Th. Ciles 1332 S (16d.). Thomas's will tells us that he had many books, bound and unbound, on canon and civil law, grammar, dialectic, theology, geometry, astronomy. It looks as if he was a bookseller or a keeper of a scriptorium.
40. John Rofot 1325 Cor 134 (juror FarrE), 1328 Will. He had a tenement at Aldgate, clearly that which was left to Henry Rofot [no. 33] in 1301. John was very likely a brother of Henry.
41. Dyonisia la Bokebyndere 1311 LBD 278, Mem 89 (robbed in her house in Fleet St).
42. John de Kingestone, Marshal 1303 LBB 129 (mainprised by Thomas le Mareschal de Ludgate). Probably a farrier.
43. John atte Sloo 1311 LBD 302 (purveyor of hay and oats or of horseshoes and litter), J. Atteslouch 1318 Cl (witness St. Bride), J. atte Sloo 1323-4 Will (a tenant in Fleet St, par. St. Bride). Perhaps a haymonger or a farrier. - Slough Bk.
44. John le Chaundeler of (de) Flete 1305 Mayors 204, 1309 LBD 43 (adm. Farr), J. le Chaundeler 1325 Cor 136 (surety FarrE). Or John Lefhog, chandler, adm. Farr 1309 LBD 101, J. Lefhog 1337 Cor 193 (surety FarrE).
45. Ralph le Cotiller 1307 LBC 240, 1325 Cor 134 (juror FarrE), 1332 S (12d.), R. le Coteler 1342 Fine. Agnes Coteler, his daughter (1351 Will), was of St. Bride.
46. Hugh le Armurer 1300-1 Mayors 110 (juror Fleet St), H. le Heaumer 1321-2 Mem 145 (armourer), H. Larmurer of Fletstrete 1332 Cl.
47. John le Fannere 1323-4 LBE 184 (witness St. Dunstan), J. le Vannere 1332 S (1 m.). - Cf. Bish 53.
48. William Passemer 1297-8 LBB 245 (repr. Farr), 1306 CW 178 (preferred as purchaser of a house in St. Dunstan West by John Passemer), 1323-4 LBE 184 (witness St. Dunstan). Clement, his son, became the apprentice of Manekin le Heaumer in 1311 (LBD 143). - A French surname meaning 'one who passes (has passed) the sea'.
49. Thomas le Barber 1325 Cor 134 (juror FarrE), 1327 Will (of St. Dunstan), perhaps Th. le Barbir, lepere 1320 LBE 128. Lepere will be a synonym of lepmaker 'basket-maker' (Fransson 171).
50. Elyas de Bamptone, skinner 1309 LBD 38 (adm. Farr), 1329 LBE 239, E. de Bampton 1331 Will (of St. Dunstan). - Bampton O, D, Cu, We.
51. Cf. Peter le Hornere 1332 S [FarrE]. Probably a horner.
52. Roger de Paris 1300-1 Mayors 110 (juror Fleet St), R. de Parys 1325-6 Cor 146 (juror FarrE), 1327 Will (of St. Dunstan).
53. Perhaps John Syward, barber, adm. 1311 LBD 78, J. le Barber 1324 Cor 83 (St. Sepulchre).
55. OF coifier 'a maker of coifs or caps for women'.
56. Possibly identical with Andrew Sotewy 1324 Cor 92 (surety FarrE with Philip le Fruter), 1329 Pat (skinner), A. Sotewif 1327 Pat (skinner, killed by Philip le Frutrer). Sotewif may be MDu Soetewijf fn or MDu soetwijf 'beloved one'. Soteman might be a conscious modification of Sotewif.
57. OF charetier 'carter'.
58. Stephen de Hereford 1305 Mayors 213 (juror St. Sepulchre), 1311 LBD 69 (hattere, adm.), S. de Herford 1311 LBD 273 (examiner of caps), 1317 LBE 81 (repr. Farr).
59. William de Machyng 1332 S (FarrE). He may be W. de Machinge, called Ballard, adm. Farr 1309-10 LBD 47 (probably a cheesemonger), W. de Machinge, brewer, adm. Farr 1309-10 LBD 49, or W., son of Hugh Neuman de Machinge, appr. of Andrew le Chaundeler, adm. Farr 1309-10 LBD 104. Matthyng for Macchyng. - Matching Ess.
60. John de Hertepol, Coteler 1332 S (16d.), J. de Hertelpol 1349 LBF 110 (warden of cutlers). - Hartlepool Du.
61. Possibly John le Coupere de Horne, adm. 1311-12 LBD 84.
63. Anabilia la Coke 1332 S [FarrE, 2s.], Richard le Cok [ib., 16d.], very likely the widow and a son of Richard le Keu. - OF keu 'cook'.
64. Cf. Agnes Sigily, huckster 1337-8 Plea 166. - Sigilly may be a font-name, related to OG Sigala (masc.), Sigila (fem.), Sigihild (Sigoildis in a French source).
65. John de Hereward 1317 LBE 81 (repr. Farr), J. Hereward 1320 ib. 129, 135, 1325 Cl (copersmyth of London). Probably connected with John Hereward 1308-9 Will (of St. Sepulchre). - Hereward fn.
66. Robert le Hynde 1325 Cor 118 (surety of no. 70), R. le Hende 1329 LBE 235 (id.), R. le Honde (sic) 1332 S (2s. 8d.). Beatrice la Hynde (1338 Will), a daughter of his, was the widow of John de Coblyngton, a merchant; her son had for guardian Robert le Mareschal, goldsmith [no. 70]. Robert le Hende was possibly a goldsmith. - ME hende 'skilful; pleasant, courteous'.
67. John de Podintone 1325 Cor 118 (surety FarrE), J. de Podyngton 1329-30 Will (a tenant in St. Andrew Holborn). - Podington Bd.
68. Robert le Dorturer, tailor, adm. 1309-10 LBD 47, R. Dorturer 1328 Fine (a late tenant within the bar of Holborn). Cf. Peter le Dorturer 1328 LBE 234 (warden of tailors and linen-armourers), William le Dorturer 1314 LBE 29 (clerk). - ME dortourer 'one who has the charge of a dormitory', here an inherited surname.
69. Apparently a coal-merchant.
70. Robert le Goldsmyth 1325 Cor 118 (St. Andrew), R. le Goldsmyht 1332 S (5s. 4d.), R. le Mareschal, goldsmith 1329 LBE 235, 1338 CW 427 [cf. no. 66], R. Mareschal junior, goldsmith 1351 (1353-4) Will (of St. Andrew).
71. Margareta Selkewif 1332 S [Castle, 2s. 8d.]. - Cf. Bas 5.
72. Reginald Clerk of St. Andrew Holborn 1302 LBB 116, R. le Clerk 1322-3 LBE 177 (witness St. Bride), 1332 (1333) Will (of St. Andrew). Probably a clerk.
73. Newnham (common), Nuneham O.
74. James le Clerk 1322-3 LBE 177 (witness with no. 72), 1325 Cor 118 (surety FarrE). Probably a clerk.
75. Barton (common).
76. William Viary (sic) 1332 S (4s.), W. Vicari 1332-3 Will (owner of brewhouses in St. Sepulchre), W. Vicarii 1357 CW 696 (deceased), Alice, widow of W. Vikery 1348 (1349) Will. Cf. Hugh Vicaries 1330-2 LBE 270. Vicary means 'the vicar's man' (ME vicarie, vicary, vikery).
77. William ate Bellhous 1299-1300 LBC 59, W. atte Belhous 1299-1300 Mayors 59 (forestaller of grain). If the examples belong here, William was a cornmonger. - Cf. FarrI 86.
79. Possibly John de Londonestone of London, pestour (baker) 1329 MxFF 107, J. de Londoneston 1332 S [Bill, 2s.]. - London Stone in St. Swithin (Walbr).
81. John de Amondesham, appr. of Henry de Hamondesham, adm. 1310-11 LBD 136, J. de Amodesham 1319 Pat (capper of Fleet St), J. de Amundesham. 1328 LBE 233 (warden of cappers), J. de Amondesham, Hatter 1332 S (16d.). - Cf. no. 8.
82. William de Shenefeld, tanner, appr. of Roger de Edelmetone [no. 92], adm. 1312 LBD 174, W. de Shenefeld 1329-30 Will (a tenant in St. Sepulchre near Holborn Bridge). - Shenfield Ess.
83. Cf. Henry de la Chaumbre, barbier, adm. 1312 LBD 92, H. de la Chambre, called le Barbier 1321-2 Will (of St. Sepulchre).
84. John de Flaundene, chaucer 1310-11 LBD 134 (Bish), J. de Flaundene 1325 Cor 118 (surety FarrE), J. de Flaunden, hosyere 1332 Will (a tenant in Holborn and in Hosyereslane in St. Sepulchre). - Flaunden Hrt.
85. John Spront 1332 S (8s. 10¾d.). Cf. Richard Spront 1321-2 Cor 48 (Broad St). - Perhaps an early form of sprunt 'brisk, smart, spruce' (1616, etc. OED).
86. John de Mymmes 1339-40 CW 436 f. (got a place in Tanneresselde, St. Mary le Bow), J. Mimmes, tanner 1360 (1361) Will (a tenant in Wendageinlane, St. Sepulchre). Perhaps connected with Hauwisya de Mymmes 1316 Will (a tenant in Seacoal Lane, St. Sepulchre). - Mimms Mx, Hrt.
87. Geoffrey de Aldenham, orbatour, adm. 1310-11 LBD 59, G. le Goldbetere 1325 Cor 132 (juror FarrI), 1337 Cl (witness St. Andrew Holborn). A gold-beater. - Cf. CripI 90.
88. Albreda de Appelby 1328 Will (of St. Sepulchre), A. de Appelby, widow of Roger de Appelby 1338 Cl (an earlier tenant ib.). Albreda was first married to Roger de Ely, fishmonger [cf. Walbr 60], mentioned as late as 1311-12. Roger de Appelby (will enrolled in 1314) left to Albreda tenements in St. Sepulchre. He was Undersheriff for Middlesex in 1298 (Mayors 23) and clerk to one of the sheriffs in 1308 (LBC 179). He had a licence from Edward I to build on a void place of his in St. Sepulchre (1343-4 Pat). Some information on Roger and Albreda is to be found in 1338 Cl. See also 1292 S [Qu 63]. - Appleby Le, Li, We.
89. Simon atte Feld 1325 Cor 123 (surety FarrI), S. of the Feld, coszour of London 1324-5 Cl. Coszour means 'horse-dealer'.
90. William Balsham, tanner 1299-1300 Mayors 60. - Balsham Ca.
91. William Godyng, coureour, son of Richard Godyng de Hakeneye, adm. 1311 LBD 72, W. de Hakeneye 1319-20 LBE 118 (resident outside Newgate), 1339-40 Will (tanner, a tenant in Lymbrennereslane in St. Sepulchre). - Hackney Mx.
92. Roger de Eddelmeton, tanner 1299-1300 Mayors 60, R. de Edelmeton(e) 1312 LBD 174 (tanner, Farr), 1328 Will (a tenant in Wendazeneslane, St. Sepulchre). - Edmonton Mx.
93. Roger de Chipested 1320 LBE 129, R. de Schopstode (sic) 1332 S (8s.), R. de Chipstede, tanner 1337 Will (a tenant in Wandageyneslane, St. Sepul chre). Cf. Robert de Chepstede, tanner 1310 LBD 116 (of St. Sepulchre). - Chipstead K, Sr.
94. William de Chelchehuth 1324 Cor 83 (surety FarrE), W. de Chelchehuthe 1332 S (2s.), W. de Chelchehethe 1344 LBF 102 (receiver of tolls at Holborn Bridge), W. de Chelcheth 1348 CW 595. William was a son of Geoffrey de Chelchehethe, tanner, who by his will of 1314 left him a tenement in St. Andrew Holborn. - Chelsea Mx.
95. Laurence de Haddeham, tanner 1309 LBD 36 (adm. Farr), 1311 ib. 139, L. de Hadham 1318 ADA 1837. Cf. William de Hadham, tanner 1308 Will (of St. Sepulchre) and Richard de Haddam, tanner of Farr 1310 LBD 117 (deceased). - Hadham Hrt.
96. Walter de Shenefeud, tanner 1312 LBD 177, W. de Schenefeld 1332 S (6s. 8d.), 1347 (1349) Will (tanner, of St. Sepulchre). - Cf. no. 82.
97. Robert atte Hille de Haddeham, appr. of Richard de Tateriche [no. 103], tanner, adm. 1311 LBD 138. - Cf. no. 95.
98. John Swyft 1332 S (5s. 4d.). Very likely a tanner like Thomas Swyft (1348 Will, of St. Sepulchre).
99. Simon le Mareschal 1325 Cor 123 (surety FarrI with no. 89), 1336 LBE 304.
100. Martin le Armurer 1324 Cor 83 (surety FarrE).
101. Possibly Henry de Stokes, chaucer 1310 LBD 128 (Cordw). - Stoke (common).
102. Roger Chauntecler 1307 LBC 240 (juror FarrE), 1318 LBE 97 (witness St. Bride), 1325 Cor 134 (juror FarrE), 1332 S (10 m.), 1332 Cl (merchant), 1338, 1343 Cl (wool-exporter). He was a sheriff 1326-7. He was a man of wealth, since he lent 200 m. to the King in 1339 (Pat) and subscribed £160 to the City loan of 1339-40 (LBF 48). On the reason why there is no assessment in 1319 or rather why one (of 30s.?) has been erased after his name see p. 91 f. - ME Chauntecler, OF chantecler 'a cock', lit. 'one who sings clearly'.
103. Richard le Ussher 1308 CW 199, 1332 S (4s.), R. de Tateregge, tanner 1309 LBD 99, R. Wssher, called de Tateriche, tanner 1311 ib. 138, R. Ussher 1339 (1340) Will (tanner, resident in St. Sepulchre opposite Fleet prison). The double surname is not explained. Tateregge is Totteridge Hrt. - ME usher 'doorkeeper'.
104. Robert de Flete 1318 LBE 97 (witness St. Bride), 1327 ib. 223 (purser), 1327 Plea 40 (pouchmaker). John de Flete, his son, had a tenement in St. Bride (1337-8 Cl).
105. William de Toppesfeld 1306, 1307-8 LBB 171, 201 (mercer), 1332 S (2s. 8d.), 1346 LBF 148, W. de Toppfeld 1317 LBE 91. He was a tenant in Finchingfield and Toppesfield (Ess) in 1308 (Ess FF II, 121).
106. Master Symon de Pabingham, mason 1298 LBC 26, S. de Pabenham, mason 1315-16 LBE 55, 1333 (1334-5) Will (of St. Sepulchre). - Pavenham Bd.
107. William de Arondel, coszoun (horse-dealer) 1305 LBC 148, W. de Aroundel 1317 LBE 81 (repr. Farr), W. Aroundel 1339 Cor 222 (surety CripE). Robert de Arundel was appointed to guard the gate of Newgate in 1305 (Mayors 209). - Arundel Sx.
108. The font-name is illegible, but Simone seems well possible. Perhaps Simon atte Felde [no. 89] was entered again by mistake. There is no assessment.