Inhabitants of London in 1638
St. Bartholomew the Less

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Centre for Metropolitan History

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T.C. Dale

Year published

1931

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199-200

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'Inhabitants of London in 1638: St. Bartholomew the Less', The inhabitants of London in 1638 (1931), pp. 199-200. URL: http://british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=32072 Date accessed: 28 November 2014.


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ST. BARTHOLOMEW THE LESS.

MS. p. 333.

There are no tithes at all paid: the inhabitants being all Tenants to the Hospital: & the Governors of the Hospital being Impropriators.

RENTS.
£
Richard Laurence 12
James Davys 12
Wm. Wooddington 10
Sir John Trevor 80
Richard Browne 10
Dan. Cooper 12
2 houses newly built 30
Benj. Blake 16
Fell 6
Stevens 12
Wm. Draper 15
Gabriel Lyon 14
Nath. Hall 15
Hewet 14
Ward 4
Fras Challingwood 6
Robert Goffe 10
Spooner 6
Arthur Jarvis 28
Thos Shrub 8
Salter 10
Mr. Baron Pagitt 22
Henry Hunlock 16
Richard Sturt 16
Widow Richardson 8
Henry Canes 14
Innocent Harrys 14
Syman Jacob 10
Cripps 16
John Watson 6
Ameray 10
James Okes 18
James Crumpe 12
Widow Bates 10
Cuthbert Wright 8
Thos. Philips 8
Mrs. Collyer 14
Widow Shelton 8
MS. p. 334
Wm Ellyot 14
Mr. Woodroffe 12
Horsley 2
Mrs. Commyns 8
Mrs. Wale 20
Boke 2
Gunnill 4
Richard Porter 10
A house empty of Mr. Squires 20
Thos. Burton 10
John Arthur 26
Thos. Squire 16
Wm. Atkins 6
Robt. Pretty 10
Robt Taylor 10
Dr. Catcher 40
Wm. Wall 26
Roberts 8
Cooke 6
Widow Vaughan 10
Badger 16
John Pindar 16
Thos. Andrewes 6
John Shirland 8
Richard Gill 14
Wm. Knolls 14
Stainsmore 20
Wm. Smith 16
Mrs. Lewen 22
Roger Millar 20
Robert Dickerson 26
Meares 30
Richard Cartwright 8
Lambert Jones 14
Wm. Foxe 12
Elias Hughs 10
Nicholas Ling 14
Sam. Neyland 10
Rob. Gurnell 8
Ratterton 10
Robert Askew 10
Andrew Knight 10
Thos. Slater 12
MS. p. 335.
Greene 2
Widow Irons 2
Thos. Pickbone 2
Briscoe 10
Paternoster 14
Wm. Atherton 14
Follingsby 8
Saml. Cartwright 12
John Shaw 24
Neale 8
Edw. Bee 10
Wm. Sturridge 8
Ausbridge 2
Forder 2
Ellice 8
Nat. Browne 3
Mrs. Leonard 8
Shops not appurtenant to houses.
Challingwood 2
Browne 1/10
Mr. Caps 1
A shop belonging to Sturt's house 1/10
Dudleyes 2
Harpers 1/10
Wright 4
Shrub 4
Phillips 4
Dickinson 4
The sum of all the Rents according to this valuation £1286/10

The present maintenance of the Vicar is a house and per annum £20, whereof 20 marks is the stipend appointed by King Henry 8th and the other 20 nobles added by the Governors.

Casual duties £5. The Easter Offerings and Duties for Church burials are received by the Impropriators.

Guils Hall, Vicar St Barth, minoris