Inhabitants of London in 1638
St. Gabriel Fenchurch

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Centre for Metropolitan History

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T.C. Dale

Year published

1931

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62-63

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'Inhabitants of London in 1638: St. Gabriel Fenchurch', The inhabitants of London in 1638 (1931), pp. 62-63. URL: http://british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=32010 Date accessed: 23 November 2014.


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ST. GABRIEL FENCHURCH.

RENTS.
MS. p. 117. £
Richard Littler 15
John Rushott 35
Robert Wood 16
Thomas Holfoord 18
Richard Pigeon 12
Arthur Finch 12
Joad Godscall 24
John Day 14
Robert Jennings 12
William Simony 12
John Child 16
Widow Hozier 12
William Salter 10
Joseph Newman 10
Richard Gould 20
Edward Cock 12
Peter Fountaine 40
Charles Aty 18
George Grace 18
Widow Prescott 10
John Beresfoord 18
Robert Edwards 18
Richard Champian 14
Thomas Pierce 13
Stephen White 18
David Bunnele 18
Nicholas Huzzy 4
Hatton Gately 4
Clement Wasdall 4
Thomas Stekes 4
William Langhorne 35
William Westrow 4
Thomas Jackson 4
Michael Robinson 8
John Harvy 6
John Johnson 5
John Winter 3
Arthur Hall 20
John Durden 12
George Haton 12
MS. p. 117a. £
William Courten, Esqre. 80
William Day 15
George Francklin 30
Samuel Cramner [or Cranmer], alderman, his own house 50
A house to Mr. Walkenden 15
A warehouse to Fran. Dodson 13
A sellar to Mr. Lechland 5
William Utbar 20
George Hole 10
A house and shop to George Gouge 5
Thomas Boylston 20
Christopher Felkins 10
Thomas Colt 15
Humiliation Hinde 20
Robert Curtis 16
Widow Wenham 4
Thomas Turner 10
Simon Harker 10
Robert Cheston 20
Arthur Reade 12
Richard Powell 6
William Hills 12
Richard Watson 12
Widow Popham, gentlewoman, 14
The Company of Skinners' Rénts in Rood Lane.
John Braderton 4
Henry Phelps 1/10
Martin Cornelius 1/10
Thomas Seires 2
Francis Lippett 1/10
Thomas Newbery 1/10
Edward Harker 3
Anthony Cosh 2
Thomas Newell 1/10
William Woodruff 1/10
Grevill Fowkes 2
Widow Newell 1/10
MS. p. 118. £ s. d.
The moderate rent of the whole parish amounts to 1007 10 0
The present tithe is 67 17 4
Some of which is left constantly through ye poverty of some parishioners.
Besides the tithe there is gleabe £18 0 0
Easter offerings 2 0 0
Casualties 2 0 0
Together with a dwellinghouse for ye Rector.
The full value of ye tithe, gleabe, Easter booke and casualties is 89 17 4
Disbursements:
To his Majesty annually for Tenths 1 6 0
A quit rent to his Majesty 5 0
To the Lord Bishop of London's Officers at his triennial visitation 7 6
Archdeacon's Visitation twice yearly, 2/6 a time 5 0
From the glebe yearly towards ye repairs of ye church 13 4
[Total] Deductions 2 14 10
The Rectory entire, these payments, deducted, 87 1 6

Certified by Ralphe Cooke, Rector.