Subsidy Roll 1319
Queenhithe ward

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'Subsidy Roll 1319: Queenhithe ward', Two Early London Subsidy Rolls (1951), pp. 332-338. URL: http://british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=31951 Date accessed: 18 April 2014. Add to my bookshelf


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Warda Ripe Regine, Queenhithe ward.

Parishes: see p. 147.

Alderman: Hamo de Chikewelle [no. 1].

[Mem. 22.]

1 t De Hamone de Chikewelle xl.s. (fn. 1)
2 t De Willelmo Prodhom C.s. (fn. 2)
3 t De Thoma Edmond xl.s. (fn. 3)
4 t De Roberto de Ely xl.s. (fn. 4)
5 t De Hugone Herre xx.s. (fn. 5)
6 t De Ricardo de Berkyng' xxx.s. (fn. 6)
7 t De Hamone le Barbier xl.s. (fn. 7)
8 t De Reynero Piggesfles xl.s. (fn. 8)
9 t De Alano de Chikewelle xl.s. (fn. 9)
10 t De Rogero de Suthcote xl.s. (fn. 10)
11 t De Petro de Bolyngtone J.mar. (fn. 11)
12 t De Ricardo de Renham xl.s. (fn. 12)
13 t De Roberto le Hethereue xxx.s. (fn. 13)
14 t De Radulpho de Berkwey J.mar. (fn. 14)
15 t De Oliuero Brouning' xx.s. (fn. 15)
16 t De Hugone filio Rogeri x.s. (fn. 16)
17 t De Henrico Durday x.s. (fn. 17)
18 t De Ricardo de Crepulgate dj.mar. (fn. 18)
19 nullus talis De Ricardo de Wodesslade (fn. 19)
20 t De Johanne de Kyslyngebery x.s. (fn. 20)
21 t De Nicholao de Segraue v.s. (fn. 21)
22 t De Simone Coco dj.mar. 22
23 t De Johanne lok' xx.s. (fn. 23)
24 t De Rogero Gubbe xx.s. (fn. 24)
25 t De Andrea de Gloucestre dj.mar. (fn. 25)
26 t De Ricardo de Hereforde dj.mar. (fn. 26)
27 t De Johanne de Leuesham dj.mar. (fn. 27)
28 t De Willelmo Proudefote J.mar. (fn. 28)
29 t De Johanne de Bery xl.d. (fn. 29)
30 t De Alicia Daske x.s. (fn. 30)
31 t De Ricardo atte vyne v.s. (fn. 31)
32 t De Johanne de Yiue[n]eye xl.d. (fn. 32)
33 t De Henrico Dymmok' xl.d. (fn. 33)
34 t De Ricardo de Worstede xx.d. (fn. 34)
35 t De Simone de Thornham ij.s. (fn. 35)
36 t De Thoma Slay xij.d. (fn. 36)
37 t De Philippo Balum xl.d. (fn. 37)
38 t De Waltero le Brazour ij.s. (fn. 38)
39 t De Willelmo de Neweport ij.s. (fn. 39)
40 t De Waltero Lucas xl.d. (fn. 40)
41 t De Roberto le clerk' xl.d. (fn. 41)
42 t De Rogero le Corder v.s. (fn. 42)
43 t De Rogero le Joynour ij.s. (fn. 43)
44 t De Willelmo de Bristenok' x.s. (fn. 44)
45 t De Johanne de Dictone ij.s. (fn. 45)
46 t De Johanne Sket xij.d. (fn. 46)
47 t De Johanne de Budele xij.d. (fn. 47)
48 t De Johanne Horn ij.s. 48
49 t De Willelmo de Bixle ij.s. (fn. 49)
50 t De Ricardo Prodhom ij.s. (fn. 50)
51 t De Willelmo Herneys xij.d. (fn. 51)
52 t De Simone le chaundeler ij.s. (fn. 52)
53 t De Roberto le Pasteler ij.s. (fn. 53)
54 a t De Johanne le chaundeler ij.s. (fn. 54)
55 t De Willelmo de Keyles' xij.d. (fn. 55)
56 De Willelmo atte Vyne nullus talis 56
57 De Johanne le ffayner nichil quia pauper (fn. 57)
58 t De Radulpho le Barbier ij.s. 58
59 t De Roberto le chaundeler xx.d. 59
60 t De Roberto atte Crouche xij.d. (fn. 60)
61 t De Roberto le Tabourer xx.d. (fn. 61)
62 t De Willelmo ffykeys x.d. (fn. 62)
63 t De Johanne Richeman xx.d. (fn. 63)
64 De Willelmo Coco nichil quia pauper (fn. 64)
65 t De Adam le ffullere xx.d. 65
66 t De Radulpho le chaundeler xx.d. (fn. 66)
67 De Roberto de Chesthunt nichil quia pauper (fn. 67)
68 t De Johanne le Moyne x.d. (fn. 68)
69 t De Thoma le Ram xx.d. (fn. 69)
70 t De Johanne de Hoo xij.d. (fn. 70)
71 t De Ricardo le chaundeler xx.d. (fn. 71)
72 t De Johanne Bras xx.d. (fn. 72)
73 t De Willelmo Wyndrawere x.d. (fn. 73)
74 t De Ricardo de Burghe x.d. (fn. 74)
75 t De Ada le Pestour x.d. (fn. 75)
76 Nomina tax't De Johanne de Kancia xx.s. (fn. 76)
77 t [De Ro]gero de Bernes [Hole in the skin] xxx.s. (fn. 77)
78 t [De Jo]hanne de Bixele v.s. (fn. 78)
79 t D[e] Galfrido Scot ij.s. (fn. 79)
80 Ob t De Roberto de Ley[r]e [ij.] s. (fn. 80)
81 De Willelmo . . . . . .l . .n (fn. 81)
82 De Waltero le . . . . . . (fn. 82)
Summa .xlj.li. ix.s. vj.d. prob[at]ur

Footnotes

1. Hamo de Chiggewelle 1314 LBD 24, H. de Chigewelle, fishmonger 1320 Lib Cust 394, H. de Chigwell 1332-3 Will (a tenant in St. Mary Mounthaw, St. Peter Paul's Wharf and elsewhere). A sheriff 1314-15, alderman of Qu 1315-29 and Mayor 1319-20, 1321-3, 1324-6, 1327-8. His real name was Hamo de Dene (see CW 383) and he is found with that name 1304 EssFF II, 98. He was doubtless an apprentice of Richard de Chigewelle [1292 S, Qu 28], who left him certain tenements by his will, and adopted his master's surname. - Chigwell Ess.
2. William Pardome (sic), fishmonger of Old Fish St 1305 Mayors 229, W. Prodomme, fishmonger 1306 LBB 171, W. Prodehomme 1317 LBE 81 (repr. Qu), W. Prodhome 1331 Will (of St. Nicholas Cole Abbey). He was a sheriff 1320-1 and became collector of the new customs of wool in London in 1322, but was removed in the same year, being so impotent that he could not attend to the business (Fine). - OF prodomme 'a man of valour and discretion, a good man and true', also used as a surname in France (Prudhom, Prudhon, etc.).
3. Thomas Edmond 1316 LBE 69, Th. Edmund 1328 Plea 65 (merchant, partner of no. 4), 1328 (1329-30) Will (a tenant in St. Mary Somerset), Th. Edmund, fishmonger 1320 Lib Cust 394.
4. Robert de Ely 1305 Mayors 229 (fishmonger of Old Fish St), 1315 LBE 46 (fishmonger), 1328 Plea 65 (cf. no. 3), 1333 Will. A sheriff 1330-1, alderman of Qu 1329-33, and one of 24 sent to the King in 1328-9 (Ann Lond). - Cf. Adam de Ely 1292 S [Walbr 23].
5. Hugh Herre de Batesford, valet of Sir William de Carletone, adm. 1310 LBD 53, H. Herre of London, yeoman 1316 Pat (purveyor of corn for the King's forces). Apparently a cornmonger. Sir William was a Justice of the Jews in 1287 (LBD 236) and dead in 1311 (ib. 254). Batesford is Battisford Sf. - Herre is a common surname, apparently ME herre 'lord, master'. Robert le Herre had had a house in St. Peter (Qu) in 1275 (RH 431). Cf. also Geoffrey Herr 1275 RH I, 484 (Nf).
6. Richard de Berkynge 1308 LBC 216 (juror with several fishmongers of Qu), 1310 LBD 232 (witness St. Mary Somerset). Probably a fishmonger. Maud de Berkyngg 1332 S [Qu] will have been his widow, and William de Berkyng ib. a son of his. The latter is W. de Berkyngge, fishmonger 1354-5 Will (of St. Nicholas Cole Abbey). - Barking Ess.
7. Hamond le Barber 1305 Mayors 214, Hamo le Barber 1318 LBE 93, 1328 ib. 233 (warden of cornmongers), 1332 S [BreadSt, 1 m.], 1348-9 Will (cornmonger, of St. Margaret Moses, BreadSt). He must have moved from Queenhithe after 1319.
8. Reyner, son of Roger Piggesflehs 1302 LBB 120, R. Piggeflesshe (Piggesflesh) 1320 LBE 129 f. Roger Pigesfles, merchant, was a juror concerning the sale of wine in 1285 (LBA 215) and will have been a vintner. - The surname is a synonym of Bacon.
9. Alan de Chiggewelle, fishmonger, adm. 1311 LBD 80, A. de Chikwelle 1318 LBE 94, A. de Chigwell, fishmonger 1343 (1345) Will (of St. Mary Somerset). Possibly an apprentice of no. 1, since he called one of his sons Hamo.
10. Roger de Suthcote 1316 LBE 56 (cornmonger), 1317 ib. 81 (repr. Qu), 1331 Cl (merchant, deceased). - Southcot Brk, Southcote Mx, etc.
11. Peter de Bolington(e) 1290 Pat (fishmonger), 1305 LBB 161 (id.), P. de Bolyton 1320 Will (a tenant in St. Nicholas Cole Abbey and St. Mary Magdalen), P. de Bolytone, Piscenarius 1320 BM II (will). - Bullington Li.
12. Richard de Reynham 1312 LBB 45 (cornmonger), 1328 LBE 233 (warden of cornmongers), 1332 S (40s.). - Rainham Ess, K, Raynham Nf.
13. Robert le Hethereve 1310 LBD 241 (sworn to keep the port of Queenhithe), R. le Huchereve 1319 Lib Alb, App. I, 413 (bladarius, i.e. cornmonger), 1322 LBE '167 (meter at Queenhithe), 1329-30 Will (a tenant in Holy Trinity). - Hethereve 'reeve of Queenhithe'.
14. Ralph de Berkwey 1316 LBE 56 (cornmonger), R. de Berkweye 1317 ib. 81 (repr. Qu), R. de Berquei 1329 ib. 242. - Barkway Hrt.
15. Oliver Brounyng 1309 LBC 171, 1322 Cor 59, 1323 Will (fishmonger, of St. Nicholas Cole Abbey). - Cf. 1292 S (Qu 18, 34].
16. Hugh Fitz Roger 1322 Cor 57 (St. Michael, Qu), H. le Fitz Roger 1332 S (12d.), H. Filz Roger 1339 Cor 247 (St. Michael).
17. Surname unique and unexplained.
18. Cf. John de Crepelgate 1292 S [Qu 6].
19. Richard possibly an error for William. William de Widdeslade (Wydeslade, Wodeslade) was a merchant, mentioned, e.g. 1315 Pat, 1316 ff. Cl, 1319-20 LBE 119. - Weedslade Nb.
20. John de Kyselingberi, appr. of William de Welles, chaucer 1311 LBD 160, J. de Kyselingbery 1328 LBE 233 (warden of hosiers), J. de Kyslyngberi 1329-30 Cl (draper), J. de Kyselyngbury 1332 S [CripI, 2 m.], J. de Kyselyngbery 1346 LBF 146. - Kislingbury Np.
21. Sir Nicholas de Segrave Knt. 1323 Will. This may be the taxpayer of 1319. Sir Nicholas, on whom see DNB, was a soldier and Marshal of England. He had houses in London (not specified). - Seagrave Le.
23. John atte Loke 1328 LBE 233 (warden of cornmongers), 1332 S [BreadSt, 3s. 4d.], 1348 (1349) Will (cornmonger, resident in St. Leonard, Aldersg). Cf. Thomas and Robert atte Loke, cornmongers of Castle Baynard 1303-4 Mayors 157. - The Lock in Southwark. See Stow II, 68, OED (lock sb.2 18).
24. Roger Gubbe 1322 Cor 56 (surety with no. 2). Doubtless a brother of Richard Gubbe [BreadSt 51], who had two brothers called Roger, one living in 1335. Roger was very likely a stockfishmonger like Richard. - Cf. 1292 S [Bridge 5].
25. Andrew de Gloucestre 1322 Cor 57 (surety Qu), 1324 ib. 107 (surety Vi). Perhaps identical with A. de Gloucestre, goldsmith 1305 CW 170, 1310 LBB 250 (brother of Robert de Gloucestre [BreadSt 83]), 1314 LBE 10, 29.
26. Richard Ingayn de Hereford, draper, adm. Castle 1309-10 LBD 50, R. de Hereford 1320 LBE 128, 1322 Cor 59 (St. Peter), 1324-5 Cl (draper).
27. John de Leuesham 1320 LBE 129, 1321 ib. 145, 151 (witness Holy Trinity), perhaps John Gerard de Leuesham, pesshoner (fishmonger), adm. Walbr 1309-10 LBD 45. - Lewisham K.
28. Perhaps William Proudfot 1338 Cor 205 (dead by accident in Bridge). But Proudfot was not an uncommon surname. - See ELPN 162.
29. Bury St. Edmunds Sf.
30. Connection is probable with Richard Dask 1308 LBC 163, 1318-19 LBE 105 (cornmonger), 1324 Cor 107 (surety Vi), probably resident in Vintry. Alice may have been mother of Richard. - Perhaps Aske YN.
31. See 1292 S [Qu 12].
32. John de Yieveneye 1314 LBE 29, J. de Yeveneye 1317 ib. 79, J. de Yveneye 1333 LBF 18 (deceased). Theophania, his wife, was the relict of William de Medelane, dyer [1292 S, Qu 45], who left to his wife a tenement in St. Michael, Qu. John de Yiueneye was very likely a dyer. - Yeoveney in Staines Mx. The surname seems to be spelt Yiueseye (or even Ymeseye) in the roll.
33. Cf. Laurence Dinnock, cordwainer 1291 LBA 131, Richard Dynnok 1309-10 LBD 110, R. Dymmok 1340-1 LBF 254 (juror FarrE), John, son of John Dymmok' 1319 MxFF 97. - Possibly Dymock Gl.
34. Cf. William de Worthstede 1332 S [Qu]. - Worstead Nf.
35. Simon de Tornham 1305 Mayors 229 (fishmonger of Old Fish St), S. de Turham 1328 LBE 232 (warden of fishmongers), S. de Turnham 1332 S [Castle, 2s. 8d.], 1347 Will (fishmonger, of St. Mary Magdalen near the Old Fish-market, a tenant in St. Peter and St. Mary Somerset). Cf. John de Tornham 1299-1300, 1305 Mayors 63, 229 (fishmonger of Old Fish St). - Turnham Green Mx.
36. ME sley, sli 'skilful, clever; sly, wily'.
37. Philip Balun 1274 ADA 1875 (associated with St. Mary Somerset), Ph. Balom 1308 LBB 203, 1322 LBE 167 (meter at Queenhithe), 1325 ib. 196 (juror concerning import of corn), Ph. Baloun 1329 Will (a tenant in St. Michael). Apparently a cornmonger. The surname is found early in London: Alan Baalun c. 1200 ADA 7294 (alderman), A. de Balon ib. 7354, Hugh de Baalum c. 1200 ib. 1803 (witness St. Mary Somerset). - Baalon in Meuse.
38. A brewer, to judge by his surname. His widow was very likely Lenota (sic) le Bracer 1332 S [Qu].
39. William de Neuport 1325 LBE 201 (fishmonger), 1332 S (9s. 4d.), 1338 LBF 22 (repr. Qu), 1346 ib. 149. - Cf. 1292 S [Qu 20].
40. Perhaps Walter Lucas, baker, residing in St. Botolph Lane towards Billynggesgate 1309-10 LBB 230 (a debitor of no. 45).
41. Robert le Clerk 1300 Mayors 103 (servant of cornmeters at Queenhithe), perhaps 1322 LBE 167 (meter at Billingsgate).
42. Roger le Ropere 1322 Cor 64 (surety of Richard Daske in Vi; cf. no. 30).
43. Roger le Joignour 1322 LBE 167 (meter at Queenhithe), 1325 ib. 196 (juror Qu). The surname means 'joiner'.
44. William de Brechenoke 1327 Mem 165. Alice de Brightenoch, his wife, was a bakeress. - Brecknock, Wales.
45. John de Dyttone 1309-10 LBB 230 (cornmonger), 1337 Cor 190 (St. Michael), J. de Ditton 1332 S (2s.), J. de Dytton 1339 Plea 115 (supervisor of the corn-market). - Ditton (common).
46. John Sket 1300 Mayors 103 (servant of cornmeters at Queenhithe), 1322 Cor 59 (surety of no. 35). - ME sket (ON skiótr) 'swift, active' (chiefly Northern).
47. Probably John de Bodele, taverner of Bredstrate 1293 LBA 148. Bread St is partly in Qu. Cf. Geoffrey de Bodelee, vintner 1341 Will (of St. Mary Somerset). - Bodley, now Tulse Hill, in Lambeth Sr.
49. William de Bixle 1332-3 LBE 284 (witness with no. 78), 1345 CW 476. Doubtless a fishmonger. - Bexley K, Bexhill Sx.
50. No doubt a fishmonger. - See no. 2.
51. Herneys or Erneis fn, from OF Erneïs, Herndïs (Forssner 82).
52. Simon le Chaundeler de Eldefisshestrete, adm. 1309 LBD 43.
53. Robert le Piebakere 1321 Cor 37 (of Qu). Cf. Maud Piebakere 1332 S [Qu]. - ME, AF pasteler 'pastry-cook'. Cf. BreadSt 39.
54. See 1292 S [Qu 10].
55. William de Keles 1299 LBB 93, W. de Kele 1323 f. Cor 74, 98 (surety BreadSt), 1325 LBE 196 (of Qu, juror concerning the sale of corn), W. de Keyle 1327 Mem 164 (juror concerning bakers). Apparently a cornmonger. - Keal Li.
57. John de Wandlesworth, fener, adm. Qu 1309-10 LBD 49, J. le Haymongere 1332 S (8d.). - OF fe(i)nier 'haymonger'.
60. Cf. Cand 58.
61. ME tabourer 'drummer, performer on the tabor or drum'.
62. Perhaps William Fykeys of London, receiver of Roger Chauntecler [FarrE 102] 1341 Pat. Other instances of the surname: Thomas le Fykes (Fykeis, Fikeys) 1281 LBB 1 ff., John Fikeys 1347 CW 496 (appr. of no. 35), William Fykeys of Rochester 1317 ADB 3070. - Perhaps an ONF form of OF ficheis 'faithful'.
63. John Richeman 1319-20 Mem 136 (2 pairs of shoes of his seized, thus a shoemaker). - Richeman fn (see Bardsley).
64. William le Keu 1325-6 Cor 141 (juror Qu), 1327 LBE 277 (id.), 1332 S (16d.), W. le Keu, Metere 1337 Cor 190 (St. Michael, Qu). Apparently a cornmeter. - Lat cocus, OF keu 'cook'.
66. Ralph le Chaundeler 1320 Lib Cust 392 (juror concerning the Fishwharf in Qu).
67. Cheshunt Hrt.
68. John Monek 1321 Cor 37 (surety Qu), J. Monk 1325-6 ib. 142. - F moine 'monk', a translation of ME monk.
69. Thomas le Ram 1300 Mayors 103 (servant of the cornmeters at Queenhithe), 1322 LBE 167 (meter at Queenhithe). - ME ram 'ram'.
70. Possibly John de Hoo, cordewaner 1343, 1344-5 LBF 260 f. (juror Cordw). - Hoo K, Sf, Hooe Sx, D, Hoe Ha, Nf.
71. Richard le Chaundeler 1325-6 Cor 149 (juror Qu), 1327 LBE 277 (id.), 1332 S (16d.), 1342-3 LBF 259 (juror Paul's Wharf).
72. ?John Bran 1332 S [Qu, 4s.]. Cf. Adam Bras 1297 LBB 236 (repr. Cheap), 1318 Will. Adam had a son John, who is probably not identical with the taxpayer of 1319. - OF bras 'arm', or MBret bras, Bret braz 'big', Le Braz sn (Dauzat).
73. William le Porter 1321 Cor 37 (surety Qu). Apparently a winedrawer.
74. Richard de Burgh 1322 LBE 167 (meter at Queenhithe), 1322 Cor 57 (surety Qu with no. 43). Cf. Nicholas de Burgh 1332 S [Qu, 1 m.]. - See Bridge 74.
75. Adam le Baker, fishmonger 1294-5 (1305) Cl (a tenant in St. Nicholas Cole Abbey), A. le Bakere, fishmonger 1307 LBB 200.
76. John de Kent 1314 LBC 52 (warden of dyers and fullers), 1327 LBE 277 (dyegher, juror Qu), 1332 Will (dyer, a tenant in St. Dunstan East, wife Agnes). Agnes de Kent 1332 S [Qu, 4s.], clearly widow of John.
77. Roger de Bernes 1305 Mayors 229 (fishmonger of Old Fish St), 1315 LBE 46 (fishmonger), 1332 S (8s. 10¾d.), 1341 (1346) Will (fishmonger, of St. Peter Paul's Wharf, and a tenant in St. Nicholas Cole Abbey). Cf. Richard de Bernes 1292 S [Qu 1].
78. John de Byxle 1325-6 Cor 150 (juror Qu), J. de Bixle 1331 LBE 261, 1332 S (12d.), 1345 Will (fishmonger, apparently of St. Mary Mounthaw, owner of shops in Old Fish St, one of which was left to no. 49), possibly John atte Ponde de Bixle, appr. for 7 years of Andrew de Stratford, fishmonger 1311 LBD 159. - Cf. no 49.
79. Geoffrey son of Geoffrey Scot 1298 Mayors 2, G. Scot junior 1305 Mayors 229 (fishmonger of Old Fish St), 1313 LBA 185 (fishmonger), G. Scot 1328 LBE 232 (warden of fishmongers), 1332 S (12d.), 1334-5 Will (fishmonger, a tenant in St. Mary Magdalen and St. Nicholas Cole Abbey). - Cf. Geoffrey Scot 1292 S [Qu 36].
80. Robert, son of Ralph de Leyre de la Hay, Ess 1322 Cor 59. He got drowned while bathing at the Fishwharf (Qu) and was carried to a shop in St. Peter Paul's Wharf. This may be the taxpayer of 1319, but it does not appear if he was a youth or a grown-up man. The figure of the assessment is illegible, but was probably ij. If nos. 81 and 82 had a tax of 2s. between them, the sum total for the ward is correct.
81. Surname illegible, apart from the two letters l and n, which can perhaps be read. An assessment and a <<t>> at the beginning of the line are not visible. It is even possible that there are traces of an abbreviated nihil after the name.
82. Surname illegible. An assessment or a <<t>> at the beginning of the line are not visible. On the bracket over against nos. 80-82 and the circles in the margin see p. 24.