The Common Paper
Money lent towards provision of wheat 1560 and 1561

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London Record Society

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Francis W. Steer (editor)

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1968

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73-74

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'The Common Paper: Money lent towards provision of wheat 1560 and 1561', Scriveners' company common paper 1357-1628: With a continuation to 1678 (1968), pp. 73-74. URL: http://british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=35918 Date accessed: 19 April 2014. Add to my bookshelf


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Money lent towards provision of wheat 1560 and 1561

Money lent the xxviij day of August in Anno d'ni 1560 by the Companye of Scryveners At the camanndement of Sir Willyam Hewet knight then Lorde Maire of the Citie of London towarde A p'vision for Wheate Imprimis lent by John Norden and Bartylmewe Brokesbye Wardens of the said companye videl't by everye of them xxvjs viijd liijs iiijd.

Willyam Blackwell, 26s. 8d.; (fn. 1) John Lee thelder, 26s. 8d.; John Hulson, 26s. 8d.; Thomas Pierson, 26s. 8d.; Thomas Godfrey, 26s. 8d.; Thomas Wente, 26s. 8d.; Willyam Pierson, 26s. 8d.; Thomas Wytton, 26s. 8d.;

Thomas Atkynson, 26s. 8d.; John Russheboroughe, 26s. 8d.; Peter Baker, 20s.; Thomas Brende, 20s.; Anthony Bonde, 6s. 8d.; Nicholas Kyngeston, 6s. 8d.; Humfrey Broke, 6s. 8d.; John Lee theyonger, 6s. 8d.; John Scampyon, 6s. 8d.; Anthonye Higyng, 6s. 8d. xx1i.

Of whyche severall som'es Last wrytten the said wardens the xxvj day of September 1560 afforesaid repaid unto everye man the fourthe parte.

[p. 295 transcript] Money Lent the thirde daye of Apryll Anno d'ni 1561 by the Companye of Scryveners At the Comanndme't of Sir Willyam Chester knight Lorde Mayre of the Citie of London towarde A p'vision for Corne

Imprimis Lent by John Norden & Bartylmewe Brokesbye Wardens of the said Companye Videl't by everye of them xiijs. iiijd. xxvjs. viijd. Item Lent by William Blackwell xiijs. iiijd.

John Lee thelder, 13s. 4d.; (fn. 2) John Melsham, 13s. 4d.; John Hulson, 13s. 4d.; Thomas Pyerson, 13s. 4d.; Thomas Godfrey, 13s. 4d.; Thomas Wente, 13s. 4d.; Willyam Pyerson, 13s. 4d.; Thomas Wytton, 13s. 4d.; Thomas Atkynson, 13s. 4d.; John Russhboroughe, 13s. 4d.; Peter Baker, 20s.; Thomas Brende, 20s.; John Scampyon, 13s. 4d.; Anthony Hyggyns, 13s. 4d.; Humfrey Brooke, 13s. 4d.; John Lee the yonger (fn. 3) ; Anthonye Bonde; (fn. 3) Nicholas Kyngeston; (fn. 3) John Owtredde; (fn. 3) Mighell Howman, 6s. 8d.; Thomas Bradforth', 6s. 8d.; John Dalton, 6s. 8d.; Alexander Rotherforthe, 10s.; Paull Pope, 6s. 8d.; Wylfryde Lutye, 6s. 8d.; Rauffe Hall, 6s. 8d.; George Kevall', 6s. 8d.; Willyam Charnocke, 6s. 8d.; Frannces Kydde, 5s.; Willyam Layng, 5s.; Edward Holme, 5s.; Frannces Bright, 5s.; Frannces Seager, 3s. 4d.; Thomas Turner, 5s. (fn. 4)

Footnotes

1 Editorial method as in preceding footnote. All the entries are marked as paid.
2 Editorial method as in note 2 on p. 73. All the entries are marked as paid.
3 The sums of money against these four names have been torn away.
4 In the left-hand margin: not Laid owte by Mr Norden.