Inhabitants of London in 1638
St. Botolph without Aldersgate, London

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T.C. Dale

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1931

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203-209

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'Inhabitants of London in 1638: St. Botolph without Aldersgate, London', The inhabitants of London in 1638 (1931), pp. 203-209. URL: http://british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=32075 Date accessed: 24 October 2014.


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ST. BOTOLPH WITHOUT ALDERSGATE, LONDON.

RENTS.
MS. p. 342. £
Thos. Nuburne 12
Frances Milbor and John Tanner 8
Thos. Plaford and John Morley 12
Rich. Pettinger, his house and shop 12
Walter Berry and Audry Hackny 7
Robert Turner 12
Chris. Sheppard 1/10
Phebe Butler 1/10
John Griffing 3
Francis Quit 2/10
Catherine Cooke 1
John Saunders 4
Eliza Deane 4
Rich. Hill 2/10
Jeames Day 2
Rich. Proctor 2
Wm. Lastwood 12
Umphrey Mayer 12
Five shops each 1/13/4
Francis Cawdry all one house 20
Francis Leech
Wm. Emory
John Mackereth
Edmund Farrow 10
Rowland Starky 5
Chris. Warren 5
John Smith 6
Wm. Yearesly
Thos. Fookes 8
John Atkings 6/4
John Mariott 10
Robt. King 10
Lady Phillips 20
MS. p. 342a.
Wm. Hill 8
Godfrey Emomson [or Emowson] 8
Catterne Fortune 3
Anthony Jarmaine 18
Rich. Hodgskingson 10
Rich. Marchand 6
Henry Bell 4
Wm. Hide 4
Mathias Adkingson 6
Edw. Powell 6
John Crayes 6
Widow Johnson a fine 4
Wm. Parker 6
Rob. Russell 6
Jeames Simpson 7
Robt. Hayes 6/10
Mr. [blank] the wine drawer 7
John Garth 5
Rob. Thomas 5
Chris. Dennis 5
Luke Norton 5
Rob. Farrington 5
Rich. Farring 7
John Major 8
Mr. Geo. Parker 12
Alice Payler -
John Miller 2
Margery Joyce 3
Henry Dennis 3
John Harrison 3
Rob. Sales 7
Lawrence Veale 8
Wm. Ellis 9
Jeames Sinnock 9
John Sherly 10
Lawrence Sadler 12
Edw. Poole 12
Henry Ollowd 13
Timothy Cooper
Rich. Minn 9
Miles Fletcher 20
Cornelius Bee 20
MS. p. 343.
Thos. Wright 10
John Wilmot 10
Randolph Mannering 8
Rich. Coates 20
Chris. Nettleton 8
John Wright 8
Giles Towsend 8
Giles Brookes 6
Thos. Carpinter 7
Daniel Frier 16
Eliza Harrison 8
Lawrence Sadler 16
Henry Parker 8
John Browne 3
Wm. Bustion 10
Henry Davison 8
Wm. Whitine and his inmate 14
Geo. Lewis 6
Thos. Harp [or Harper] 14
Rich. Smith 13
Thos. Holcome 2
Wid. Palmer 2
Jeames Inge 6
Widow Talbut 6
Robt. Smith 10
Rich. Taylor 8
Henry Thorne 3
Gabriell Parenchest 3
Mr. Martine 4
Griffing Morris 8
Simon Snape 6
Wm. Towers 6
Wm Peele 5
Mr. Thos. Villett 60
Thos. Birch
John Sheirie
Valentine Story 7
Raph. Daniell 7
John Allen 10
Ellis Morgaine 8
MS. p. 343a.
Mr. Wm. Stokes -
Lawrence Lester 3
Thos. Butman 3
Henry Lylly 6
Alex. Coxe 2
Mr. Edw. Greene 20
Giles Rawling 8
John Meeres 10
John Winslow 10
Fides Alley.
Thos. Hall 2
Francis Jones 2/10
Thos. Severett 1/10
Christian Ram 1
Nicholas Sole 2/10
Rachel Turner 1/10
John Harrock 1/10
Jeffery Brondon [or Brondow] 1/10
John Harford 2
Rich. Browne 2
Roger Barnett 1/10
Ellen Hayes 1/10
Wm. Richardson 2
Fardinando Ely 1/10
Wm. Jones 2
Mary Driden 1
Brian Greenehill 7
Saml. Burridg 12
John Chaise 16
Thos. Turner
Wm. Clayton
Christ Kingsfield 16
John Barnes 8
Sir John Ashfeild 30
Ambrose Layte 14
Rich. Munday 10
John Hopking 8
Lawrence Hawly 30
John Mime's shop
Ducking's shop
Henry Smith 3
MS. p. 344.
Thos. Worrett 8
Wm. Lowring 13
Henry Creswell 12
Mr. Robt. King 6
Mary Ashby 6
John Cragg 12
John Wooddington 10
John Trobridg 7
Mr. Robt. Gouldman 16
Wm. Hues 5
John Clarke 12
Rich. Mussen 12
Mrs. Palavasine 18
Mr. Rob. Huett 12
John Wilford 10
Mr. Rich. Wilbram 10
Mrs. Bittison 20
Mr. Justinian Poovie 30
Mr. Thos. Coppin 16
The Countess of Westmoreland 30
Mr. Farneham Beomont 10
Wm. Simcock 9
Mr. Chris. Varnham 12
Mr. Joachim Mathewes 13
Francis Neale 5
Geo. Downes 6
Wm. Busick 4
Jeane Ayres 4
Rich. Claxton 4
Henry Bartholomew 12
Linnell Young 13
John Robinson 5
Launcelot Thatford 10
Robt. Pratt 8
John Wilkingson 7
John Hethersall 7
Mrs. Saunders 10
Isbell Wright 6
Mary Masters and her shop 6
Butolph Brobroake 6
p. 344a.
Mr. Jeames Tooke 20
Mr. Francis Theobald 20
Edmund Hoarde 10
Mr. Edw. Salway 25
[No rents given for these houses]
Roger Thurburne
Christian Catline
Eliza Tompson
Thos. Brudenell
Francis Griffing
Steven Parke
Benj. Illing
Jeane Woodheath
Mr. John Philpott
Thos. Downes
Charles Staurly
Rich. Dilce
Nicholas Grice
John Buckner
John Beale
Mr. Rowland Buckett
Jeames Acton 10
Dr. Thos. Foxe 20
Henry Jackson 20
Mr. John Cropley 20
Thos. Smith 13
Henry Evensden 8
John Raven 6
Rich. Cox 8
John Min 6
George Okencroft 8
George Towers 10
John Eckes
Mr. Johnson 16
Alce Bowles 16
Hugh Napking 10
Rich. Godwinn 10
Cookes' Hall 20
Saml. Sale 20
Wm. Fermine 6
Nicholas Turberville 10
Henry Pansfoote 14
Gregory Peirce 30
John Pope 10
MS. p. 345.
[N.B.-No rents are given with two or three exceptions onwards.]
The Lord Peter
Mr. Francis Offley
Wm. Adams
Rich. Hanson
Saml Griffing
John Browne
Mr. Richard More
Mr Jeames Necton
Blackshore Alley.
Wm. Barker
Mary Baker
Wm. Blundell
Richard Slaughter
Richard Turner
Marger Breman
John Bishop
Ellen Jenkings
Thos. Thorneton
Ann Wrightson
Thos. Johnson
Anthony -
Grace Hickocks
Rich. Tatteridg
Walter Sheppard
Em Eaton
Thos. Elwood
Edw. Peirce
John Tompkings
Sir Chris. Abdy
Sir Richard Tirrill
Mr. Wm. Barwick
Mr. Josiah Claxton
Mr. John Wootter
Mr. Umphry Waldron
Sir Henry Moody
Isack Bartly
Wm Dutton
Thos. Bends
Geo. Ubanke
Elizabeth Greene
Thos. Atking['Alking]
Rich. Toby
Faith Eaten
Edw. Fox
Jeames Turnor
Artur Hawtry
Mr. Ambrose Cade
Mr. Robt. Barnes
MS. p. 345a.
Wm. Sherman
John Arnold
Wm. Savaker
Sir Nathaniel Brent
Mr Henry Dockery
George Tufnell
John Whittorne
Horne Alley
John Field
Mary Gilping
Joane Grove
Ann Pope
Walter Whithall
Joane Marling
Rob. Smith
Widow Cooper
Abraham Freman
John Haly
Sam Stone
Michael Parkings
Wm. Turner
Jeames Lovill
Rich. Shadboult
Alce Sturgis
Rich. Bauldwin
Francis Locking
Oliver Bauldwin
Jeames Leedes
Jeames Painter
Elizabeth Purton
Ann Sheppard
Hester Edwards
John Warren
Joane Philpott
Toby Basy
Catherine Smith
Thos. Graves
Henrey Prance
John Bonnick
Angel Alley.
Mary Kifford
Oliver Stringer
Mar. Boynes
Peter Blagrave
Rich. Burrowes
Brian Greenehill
Wm. Whitridg
Geo. Bostock
Thos. Wright
MS. p. 346.
John Winter
John Knewstubb
Henry Eborne
Catherine Barker
Mary Ayres
Henry Prance
Nathaniel Manning
Wm. Pearle
Mr. Geo. Hill
The Earl of Thanet
Mr. John Woodward
John Chisell
Thos. Spakeman
The 4th Precinct
John Beast
Rich Wayneman
John Droyte
Rich. Parker
Sir Henry Martine
Marget Barton
Walter Soale
Anthony Fist
Ann Betts
Mr. Billinglye's house
Mr. Thos. Hutchingson
The Lady Ann Tufnall
Mrs Frances Tasemore
Mr. Rich. Mirridith
George Carue
Mr. Basill Foster
Mr. Raph Hutchingson
Robt. Broadly
Paule Allexander
Frances Frewell
Rich. Emory
John Hunnings
Frances Wilshire
Henry Goodman
Obadiah Allen
p. 346a.
Alce Mitchell
John Linckfield
Eliza Smith
Thos. Jelly
Isack Crosbie
Hugh Forfeit
Robert Rose
John Pickering
Anthony Hanckock
Thos. Wythers
Philip Carter
John Griffing
Thos Grigson
Henry Scoothetters
Robert Baly
Thos. Fuller
Scotts Ally.
John Pewe
Eliza Thomas
John Gayer
Mar. Walmely
Mar. Sherborne
John Vaughan
Mar. Barnett
Geo. Poore
Thos Westell
Simon Buckett
Elizabeth Edward
Ellen Hopton
Wm Singleton
Timothy Bourne
Edmond Hutchingson
Simon Harris
[Scotts Alley apparently ends here.]
Edward Lord Gorge
Lady Alce Smith
The Countess of Rutland
The Earl of Winchelsy
The Lady Catherine Wentworth
Mr. John Brampton
Mr. Wm. Pulling
Geo. Walkingdine
MS. p. 347.
Umphrey Osborne
Ellen Hoult
Thos. Nelson
Wid. Corke
Elizabeth Vezy
Francis Palmer
Tobias Adkings
2 houses empty
Jeames Smith
Isabel Brotherton
Hugh Nickould
Thos Griffing
Susan Wilkings
Chris. Griffing
Frances Bamkard
Wm. Satum
Anthony Hauter
Frances Ivory
Luke Peck
Frances West
John Griffing
Wm. Hutchingson
Thos. Lusher
Wm. Lambert
Wm. Clase
Rich. Frankling
Geo. Luckwick
Mary Locker
Thos. Simpson
Martha Noble
Humphry Croutch
Rich. Albina [?]
Raph. Sherman
Saml. Dasner
MS. p. 347a.
Steven Hide
Elizabeth Foxly
Francis Gardiner
Alce Branson
Jeane Browne
John Staples
Rob. Prior
Rich. Norman
Ingram Wentworth
Dorothy Cain
Steven Price
Wm Widdowes
Mar Loe
Edw. Rollington
Thos. Stockly
Francis Wigg
Edw. Proctor
Wm. Canton
Thos. Ward
Thos. Scarlett
Rich. Langly
Rob. Smith
John Richardson
Peter Williams
Henry Copcoate
Edw. Wattson
Nich. Farrow
Allen Everett
An Brograve
MS. p. 348.
David Pew
Thos. Sale
Thos. Dale
Elwick
Rob. Smith
Thos. Hall
John Questheade
Jeames Allen
Rob. Hammon
George Bird
Thos. Lovejoy
John Morris
Rich. Willowby
Constance Bird
Jeames Stackhurst
John Foster
John Lane
Humphrey Snooke
Wm. Bond
Thos. Elaid
Wm. Neate
Ann Mew
Rich. Twinny
Mar. Webster
Wm. Walker
Larrence Goff
Thos Fairefox
Robert West
Thos. Taylor
Clement Timson
Eliza Flemming
Wm. Brand
Thos. Ashton
Thos. Butler
Thos. Wood
Robert Cooper
MS. p. 348a.
Eliza Marrett
An Keyes
Saml. Lee
John Smalman
Wm. Ellet
Robt. Rogers
Rob. Goff
Rob. Stone
Henry Brand
Francis Leake
Rob. Graves
Alce Coothens
Rich. Freman
Cuthbert Franckeing
Steven Guest
Abraham Woodfall
Joseph Hunt
Thos. Mew
John Spratt
John Castleton
Thos. Lewis
Rebecca Millett
John Boulter
Thos. Bockett
Eliza Gibson
John Weedy
Alce Baxter
Cassander Bright
Alex Handly
Henry Skilling
Wm. Crues
Cicely Dry
MS. p. 349.
George Andrewes
Eliza Merry
John Summers
Mathew Clarke
John Adkings
Edw. Rose
Rich. Stockwood
Eliza Warren
Thos. Wytham
Thos. Chamberlaine
Margery Lee
Jeames Lufman
Andrew Courtney
Freeman Woolly
Eliza Snithwick
Wm. Houlderesse
Wm. Shewell
Wm. Dorman
Thos. Crofts
Thos. Buckock
George Fly
Wm. Porter
John Gray
John Butler
Adam Sherborne
Caleb Rawlings
Mr. Frank Sparrow £20
Mr. John Billingly
Mr. Thos. Bowing
Lettis Adkingson
Ralp Massy
Wm. Ireland
George South
The Countess Humes
Mr. Askew
Thos. Gulstone
Rob. Speere
John Warren
Saml. Hadman

MS. p. 350.

The living of St Botolph without Aldersgate, London, is an impropriation to the Dean and Chapter of Westminster who have let a lease thereof for 3 lives to Mistress Moundeford paying rent to them per ann. £20.

Mistress Moundeford hath let a lease thereof to one Wm. Kirby her farmer (reserving to herself the rent of 2 houses worth about £30 per ann. and he payeth her per ann. £120.

The said Wm. Kirby (as I am informed) being now upon taking a new lease will by no means show his book what he maketh thereof lest there should be an improvement made of his rent by Mrs Moundeford but I conjecture he receiveth for tithe about £200. He saith that he will certify himself what it is. The Alderman's deputy and Common counsell utterly refuse to go about with me to value the houses at an indifferent rate though I offered to value those houses at £60 per ann. which were let for £100. (The Church wardens went a little way with me and those which be valued by us are most what by the tenants own consent who would be glad they might have them at those rates, being much under what they pay.) The reason of this denial is: one saith he shall be brought thereby into a praemunire by valuing of others lands, but the true cause the Deputy declared it would come to a mass of money, be as good as a Bishoprick not fit for a subject. Wherefore they have dissuaded the people from telling either the rent or tythe, for as I cannot truly certify, but I persuade myself that the houses being moderately valued at 2s. the pound it would arrise to £1000 per ann.

£ s. d.
The Vicar or Curate who hath Curam Animarum hath a house and stipend per ann. 16 0 0
The vales of the church, viz. Christenings, Marriages and burials 20 0 0
For reading prayers every day, morning at 9 o'clock and afternoon at 3 o'clock of the gift of King Edward VI, £6/6/8 and Mr. Christopher Tamworth deceased, £13/13/4: all 20 0 0
His Easter book per ann. 13 0 0
6 Memorial sermons for the dead 2 16 8
In all £71 16 8

Now because the cure is great and the pains extraordinary and himself sickly, he is compelled to allow one to assist him in the Cure per ann. £20.