Inhabitants of London in 1638
St. Thomas the Apostle

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Centre for Metropolitan History

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T.C. Dale

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1931

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182-183

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'Inhabitants of London in 1638: St. Thomas the Apostle', The inhabitants of London in 1638 (1931), pp. 182-183. URL: http://british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=32067 Date accessed: 24 October 2014.


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ST. THOMAS THE APOSTLE.

M.S. p. 309. £ s d.
Tithe by booke 85 9 0
Glebe, a parsonage house, and some other tenements which are in lease for almost 29 years yet to come at 20/- per ann 1 0 0
Casual Duties, communibus annis 7 0 0
93 9 0
Yearly Deductions
Imprimis to the King's Majesty for tenths 1 4 0
Item to the Church of St. Pauls for a pension 13 4
Item to a Curate 8 0 0
Item for loss of tithes 5 0 0
Item Procurations to the Archdeacon of London 2 0
14 19 4
Other deductions
Imprimis First Fruits 9 12 0
Item Procurations at the Lord Bp of London his Triennial Visitation 7 6
Item Procurations at the Lord Archbishop of Canterbury his Visitation Metropolitical 7 6
So there remaineth clear, the extraordinary deductions not being valued 78 9 8
RENTS
MS. p. 309a. £
Sarah Worsopp 16
John Blackwell 26
John Bowden 16
Nicholas Cripse 10
Marke Howse 14
Robert Fyson 36
Symon Lloyd 14
Saml. Davies 56
George Benson 20
John Kempton 12
Mr. Mounttord 12
Saml. Wyatt 10
Lancelot Skelton 17
Anthony Brooker 8
Edw. Corkin 14
Henry Whaley 16
John Robinson 20
Wm. Wyes 20
Margaret Prescott 20
Joane Oliffe 16
James Derbyshire 12
Anne Torre 8
Henry Leaves 18
Isaac Mowbert 26
Andrew Stucky 4
Thos. Edgar 26
Mr. Goodwyn 10
Nathaniel Jorden 16
Thos. Tucker 40
Robert Perkins 8
MS. p. 310
Robert Walpole 6
John Stambrook 10
Andrew Cade 30
Richard Agge 10
Robert Short 10
Matthew Sheppard 50
Robert Cope 10
Wm. Hobson 12
Widow Dyke 8
Widow Cotton 6
Melior Robinson 4
Richard Broughan 3
Saml. Loveday 3
John Jarnall 5
Widow Sturray [or Sturmy] 6
John Bree 6
John Pagett 8
Stephen Adams 6
Widow Hill 8
Wm. Antrobus 5
Stephen Hawkes 10
Wm. Whittington 6
Saml. Randell 12
Edw. Foster 8
John Brethers 6
Thos. Reekes 6
John Geary 6
Richard Watkins 16
Francis Overton 5
Hum'ry Hawkins 18
Widow Wilson 14
MS. p. 310a.
Thomas Jones 3
Mary Ursely 1
Thos. Dorbarr 12
Richard Makernes 8
Humfrey Gold, senr. 20
Humfrey Gold, junr. 10
Robert Smith 12
Thos. Benbow 10
Wm. Garrett 16
John Baker 14
Widow Lovelock 4
Humfry Lloyd 5
Nathan Neale 6
James Burges 6
Thos Jones 7
Pierce Roberts 7
Humtry Hyle 12
James Munne 10
Thos. Foxe 10
Geo. Warner 8
Richard Walcott 24
Hugh Fynch 10
Henry Cockson 16
- Stephens 10
Margaret Greene 20
Samuel Blocke 14
Francis Prophett 6
David Nettleton 10
Wm. Bathirst 22
Alice Cooke 12
Tristram Clerke 16
Wm. Johnson 15
MS. p. 311.
Thos. Danson 10
Jacob Kempe 4
Widow Matthews 12
Richard Cary 12
Leonard Bower 20
Henry Pye 10
John Shepley 16
Peter Golding 26
Thos. Sandover 6
Philip A'dams 18
Wm. Cockes 8
Wm. Brostes 8
Thos. Haddington 5
Mr. Burlyson 3
Ralph Keyes 9
Mary Wood 2
Richard Gibbon 4
Katherine Blackway 2
Robert Fornace 3
Sum 1387
Tithe paid £85/9

Wm Cooper, Rector.

[c24/647/116 Town Deposition. P.R.O. Shipley v. Cowper.

The Depositions of the following persons described as of St. Thomas the Apostle.

1639/40 Feb. 4 Andrews, Gilbert clothworker aged 66
1640 April 11 Benson, George mercht. aged 69
1640 June 10 Bower, Leonard mercht. tayler aged 43
16'39/40 Feb. 4 Cade, Andrew mercht. aged 53
16'40 June 11 Cockson, Henry mercht. taylor aged 62
16'39/40 Feb. 4 Corkin, Edwd. mercht. taylor aged 49
16'39/40 Feb. 4 Gold, Humfrey, salesman of women's apparel aged 53 signs by X
16'40 April 10 Whaley, Henry clothworker aged 58