Inhabitants of London in 1638
St. Mildred, Bread Street

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Centre for Metropolitan History

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T.C. Dale

Year published

1931

Pages

156-157

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'Inhabitants of London in 1638: St. Mildred, Bread Street', The inhabitants of London in 1638 (1931), pp. 156-157. URL: http://british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=32054 Date accessed: 18 April 2014. Add to my bookshelf


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ST. MILDRED, BREAD STREET.

MS. p. 268.

A moderate valuation of all the houses within the parish of St. Mildred in Bread Street, made by the Rector of the parish of St. Mildred aforesaid with the advice of some of the best of the parishioners, abating the fourth part of the utmost value of the houses together with the Tyth that is now paid, the casual profits and present maintenance.

RENTS.
£
The Signe of the Sheppard being part of Capt. Crispe his house 12/10
The Signe of the Two Black Boyes, being the other part of the said house 12/10
Mr. Brightwell's house 16
Mr. Crispe 11
Mr. Jordaine 17
Mr. Stepns 13
Mr. Boxe 11
Mr. Nicholas 20
(fn. *) Meade [Wm.] 15
Mr. Gilbert 8
Mr. Fell's tavern 40
Mr. Smith 15
Mr. Butcher 10
Mr. Hallam 13
Mr. Vylett 6
Mr. Gaseley 15
Mr. Hussey 14
Mr. Peirce 6
Mr. Sier 14
Mr. Needler 6
Mr. Eardall 6
Mr. Clement 6
Mr. Ostler 6
Mr. Marriat 6
MS. p. 268a
Mr. Smith 6
Mr Cole 6
Mr. Horton 15
Mr. Currier 5
Mr. Butler 5
Mr. Clement 6
Mr. Petty his tavern 22
Mr. Hicks 8
Mr. Windowes 8
Mr. Squire 6
Mr. Billington 8
Mr. Reeves 6
Mr. Higgins 8
Mr. Dyke 8
Mr. Turner for part of Mr. Davenett's house 5
Mr. Swalden 3
Mr. Rotheram 9
Mr. Floyd 8
Mr. Inches 5
Mr. Barnet 5
Mr. Prosser 5
Mr. Jeff 6
Mr. Williames 6
Mr. Priggmore 5
Mr. Blowfeild 8
Mr. Holden 5
Mr. Roberts 22
Mr. Allen 6
Mr. Ingold 6
Mr. Sears 13
Mr. Salmon 7
Mr. Robinson 7
Mrs. Hawes 8
MS. p. 269.
Mr. Hull 7
Mr. Woodford 9
Mr. Stantly 9
Mr. Lewis 8
Mr. Dawkins 13
Mr. Goodman 6
Mr. Thompson 6
Mr. Miller 6
Mr. Stephens 6
Mr. Ball 8
Mr. Bowen 5
The Warehouse under Mr. Bowen's 2
Widow Baker 4
Mr. Thompson the younger 4
The Warehouse under Mr. Thompson 2
Mr. Wall 10
Mr. Moody 6
Mr. Tuck 4
Mr. Newman 11
Widow Tayler 4
Mr. Fabian 4
Widow Growte 4
Mr. Prescott's warehouse 2
Mr. Sears warehouse 2
The cellar under Gerrard's Hall 4
The cellar under Clarks 2
Lindsey his cellar 2
The cellar under Silvester 3
Paggington's cellar 3
Sum total of all rents £614
Sum of the present tithes 51/17/5
Tithe at 2/9 in the pound according to these rents 84/8/6
£ s. d.
The Casual profitts and the parsonage house worth per annum 16 0 0
Out of which there is paid for Tenths, pensions, procurations and other duties per annum 3 0 0

By me Nich. Bradshawe, Rect. eccles.

St Mildred's in Bread Street, London.

Footnotes

* William Meade, Vintner, kept a tavern, the sign of the "Whopp," in Bread Street, A.D. 1640. (P.R O.: C24/642/33).