Inhabitants of London in 1638
St. Martin Orgar

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Centre for Metropolitan History

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T.C. Dale

Year published

1931

Pages

129-130

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'Inhabitants of London in 1638: St. Martin Orgar', The inhabitants of London in 1638 (1931), pp. 129-130. URL: http://british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=32042 Date accessed: 17 September 2014.


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ST. MARTIN ORGAR.

MS. p. 228.

A moderate valuation of the houses in the parish of St. Martin's Orgar, made according to his Majesty's Order bearing date, April 22, 1638.

RENTS.

£
Canninge St.
Michael Stiles 40
Rose Underwood 30
Herbert Longworth 30
John Hawes 45
Robert Hermitage 30
John Snow 45
David Edwards, 2 houses 70
Timothy Cartwright, house and shop 40
William Bayly and Mr. Maude 30
Randolph Wilbraham 30
Edward Skinner, house and shop 40
Francis Moore 25
Widow Lee 20
Nicholas Lane.
Richard Peacock 10
John Phillips 10
Robert Hunt 10
Robert Low 10
Widow Sanders 5
Westley 35
Richard Tomes 35
Josina Calfe 30
Thomas Bakar 8
- Stanstead 8
St. Martin's Lane.
The house in the Cloyster 10
Alice Leake 10
Jeremy Spry 35
Thomas Sancty [or Saucty] 15
William Gore 70
James Deane 10
Peter Vanpaine 30
Nicholas Abeales 30
William Penny father 45
Abraham Moline 14
Thomas Jones 4
David Huet 5
John Horsey 5
William Worster 8
Richard Parry 5
Moses Burton 5
Richard Williamson 35
John Cotton 40
Joseph Caron 25
Reginald Filmore 26
George Winne, the whole house 50
Thomas Cotteale 60
Thames St
Simon Lewis 13
William Prayle 25
John Clea
Abraham Foster 30
William Gray 30
William Whitney 25
Samuel Vandam 30
James Pickering 30
Chune 4
£1,390
MS. p. 229.
Mayden Head Alley.
Rice Williams 6/10
Thomas Poulter 2
Richard Cross 2
Edmund Taylor 2
Henry Moore 2
Henry Hawkins 2
Mary Vittle 2
John Slingsby 1/10
Joseph Whitchurch 2
Widow Owen 1
Widow Fuller 2
Elizabeth Welby 2
William Hore 2
Thomas Turner 3
Blackraven Alley.
Richard Pargraver [elsewhere Pargrave] 8
William Waters 4
Henry Cooleing 6
William Pitts and Whiteing 5
William Gold 10
Richard Robinson 15
Eliz. Russell 4
Katherine Thomas 6
John Peare 4
Richard Nicolls and Harding 25
Robert Playsden 40
Mr. Wollaston's stable 1
Widow Keys 2
William Slater 4
William Hatter 2
Thomas Typpin 2
Widow Low 2
Widow Hardwick 2
Thomas Syms 2
Backalley.
Susan Tall 3
Edward Salisbury 6
Henry Hoare 6
Widow Shittleworth 4
Thomas Goodman 3
William Goad 4
Old Swann.
Robert White 1/10
Henry Acton 2/10
Widow Thurley 1
Widow Alnutt 1
Widow Price 2
£210
Total of the moderate values £1,600

The true value of the said houses as they are or may be let for 21 years, is £2,000 and upwards.

£ s. d.
Tithes now paid 80 7 1
Easter book 2 0 0
Casual Duties 8 0 0
£90 7 1
A dwelling house.
Burdens to be deducted:
Tenths 1 19 11ob
Archdeacon's procurations 3 4
Bishop's procurations 1 8
First fruits reckoned at 50/- per ann. 2 10 0
Curate 10 0 0
Tithes lost 4 0 0
(fn. *) Total burdens deducted £18 14 11ob
Income 90 7 1
Deductions 18 14 11½
Rests clear £71 12

Brian Walton,

Rector of St. Martin's, Orgar Lane.

Footnotes

* In his draft in Lambeth MS. Cart. 9, the Rector adds "pension to Pauls" £0 14s. 4d., and slightly alters the other items, making the whole of the deductions to be £20 Os. 11d. ob.