Inhabitants of London in 1638
St. Maudlin near Old Fish Street

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Centre for Metropolitan History

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T.C. Dale

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1931

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138-140

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'Inhabitants of London in 1638: St. Maudlin near Old Fish Street', The inhabitants of London in 1638 (1931), pp. 138-140. URL: http://british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=32047 Date accessed: 16 September 2014.


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ST. MAUDLIN NEAR OLD FISH STREET.

RENTS.
MS. p. 242. £
Houses on the back-side of Old Fish St.
Mr. Lockington 4
Mr. Stringer 5
Mr. Olkey 6
Mr. Cason's house 9
Warehouse 3
Wm. Dunsdon 8
Richard Kent 20
The warehouse 4
Shops in Old Fish St.
Widow Smith 8
Robert Smith 7
Wm. Halsye 7
Mr. Earles 7
Mr. Parme 7
A blank 7
Mr. Kent 7
Two fish sheds, standing under the church wall 2
Houses on Lambert Hill.
Widow Hurlocke 12
Mrs. Bradley 6
John Stringer 10
Mr. Plummer 8
A tenement divided 2
Mr. Lumbert 3
Mr. Inslye 4
Widow Hawkins 2
Walter Baker 2
Mr. Prichard 3
Mr. Newarke 4
Mr. Mortimer 8
Garrets and tenements 20
Thos Watley 10
The Vaulte 5
Tobias Wracksole 14
Nicholas Daniell 12
Widow Bowin 14
Thos Hall 16
Francis Mondye 24
Widow Lawson 8
Robert Smith 10
Blacksmiths' Hall 35
The Green Dragon 5
A timber yard 2
Peeter Petlie 19
A vaulte 4
Mr. Bellamie 16
Robert Lunne 10
Henry Peirce 14
Geo. Lewis 10
Lawrence Davies 10
A tenement divided 2
Mr. Moore 12
In Knightrider St.
Mr. Nicholson 50
Edmond Aldridge 10
A shop 4
Wm. Julian 15
Edward Goodall 15
This yearly rent comes to £544
The tithe by the year is £29/6
MS. p. 242a.
Wm. Sampson 8
A cellar divided 2
John Sermond 14
Three tenements divided 8
Robert Bell 7
Mathew Coxe 6
A shop divided 2
Wm. Soden 10
Widow Stiles 10
Mr. Greene 7
Mr. Burfielde 9
John Knighte 14
Thos. Laker 11
A vault under him 5
Richard Everit 5
Thos. Buckshawe 5
Two tenements 3
The Drapers rents 28
Robt. Burket 7
Thos. Baker 8
Clement Malin 6
Francis Hinton 20
Wm. Frisbye 10
Wm. Welch 5
A shop and a cellar divided 5
Wm. Angell 10
A vault there 5
Edw. Hall 10
Thos. Croone 8
Mathew Costerdine 8
Widow Burrowes 8
A shop divided 3
Philip Mote 28
James Hulet 10
Wm. Halsey 35
Thos. Opye 12
Mr. Tanner 24
Mr. Tompson 10
Wm. Kempster 40
John Turner 10
Another house 8
Richard Hubbard 20
Wm. Carver 10
A shop divided 4
John Sharpe 10
Mathew Griffith 13
Richard Duey 9
Wm. Purchase 8
Anthony Tucke 10
Arthur Creswell 16
Sanders, his tenements 12
Andrew Neale 20
Ceremonie Lane.
Richard Dickins 6
Richard Sparowe 9
Wm. Major 9
Widow Hodgkins 10
Dr. Turner's two houses 28
Richard Austin 20
A cellar divided 2
Yearly rent amounts to £669
Tithes by the year is £36/14/8
MS. p. 243.
Jeoferye Emmerie 10
Edw. Griffith 14
Doelittle Lane.
Thos. Stemson 11
Lawrence Scott 10
Mr. Skelton 6
Thos. Norris 6
Mr. Snodin 6
Widow Jones 11
A warehouse 2
Henry Piper 12
Wm. Dunninge 7
Carter Lane.
Arthur Morente 7
Francis Knighte 8
Robt. Blackstone 18
Steven Knighte 40
John Bucknor 60
Robt Ellis 10
A shop divided 4
John Burlie 10
Thos. Lemon 14
A cellar divided 2
Roger Hunt 11
The Exchange.
John Browne 30
Francis Eeles 12
Raphe Griggs 16
Rob. Cobley 10
James Breamer 8
A shop divided 2
John Comfort 10
Richard Pococke 7
Thos. Thackerie 7
Francis Smith 12
A shop divided 4
Richard Cresill 35
Thos. Grafton 50
Mr. Godbed [or Godded] 12
Mrs. Graunte 14
A tenement divided 6
Henry Cole 6
Wm. Branxton 12
Widow Smith 14
Mr. Taylor 14
Robt. Rosse 12
A shop divided 2
Mr. Crayford 6
Thos. Earles 14
Chas. Fisher 10
Widow Williams 8
A shop divided 3
Ten tenements 14
The Case is Altered 8
Widow Ellis 7
Chas. Davies 7
A shop divided 3
Raphe Richardson 10
Edw. Bright 9
Philip Owen 12
A shop divided 2
This yearly rent amounts to £675
Tithes by the year £35/18
Total yearly value £1,888
Total of the present tithes per annum £101/18/8

MS. p. 243a.

There is no glebe that I know of, now belonging to this Church though it appears by divers records that above 40 houses were given unto it and enjoyed in right of it heretofore. Neither is there any parsonage house now to be found, though there be yet a place here called parsonage alley. The rent of the house which now I dwell in, is paid by the Churchwardens yearly, but they will pay it no longer for me if tithes be raised, so that, de futuro, house rent must be added to the deductions that follow before what I have here set down can be adjudged to be independent maintenance.

Necessary payments: £ s. d.
Tenths 1 18 6
Subsidies 3 8 0
Annual pension to St. Paul's 1 0 0
Procurations to Lord Bishop 5 0
Procurations to Mr. Archdeacon 3 4
To the Curate per annum 10 0 0
For gathering my tithes 2 0 0
Loss of tithes communibus annis 4 0 0
Sum £22 14 10
Casualties communibus annis-
Burials 6 0 0
Churchings 2 0 0
Easter Offering 4 10 0
Marriages 1 0 0
£13 10 0

So remains clear £92 13s. 10d.