[f. 39] In the parish of St. Dunstan in the Est
195. [1271–2] Grant by William Cron (de la Cron), citizen, to Eustace
prior and convent of 8s. p.a. of quit rent, for the salvation etc., from certain
land in the street opposite Wyvelaston with a house containing an oven
(cum forno) and shops adjacent; abutments, the tenement with tentergrounds (cum tentoriis) formerly of Matthew Bokerel on one side and the
tenement of Roger de Grasch(ur)ch on the other; grant in free alms; if the
canons or their successors are unable to distrain for the rent on account of
lack of maintenance or fire (et si contigerit quod absit quia dicti canonici et
successores sui per defectum sustentacionis vel combustionis pro dicto
redditu in prefato tenemento competenter distringere non possint), then the
canons are to distrain on all the grantor's rents in the city of London to
their full satisfaction; for the gift the canons gave 60s. and 12s. to expedite
the grantor's business (ad negocia mea expedienda); sealed; witnesses,
Walter Hervy, then mayor, Richard de Parys, John de Buttele, sheriffs.
196. [List of those paying quit rent]: William Cron. (fn. 1)
197. [f. 39v] Grant by John de Suffolk (Suffolchia) and Agnes his wife,
daughter and heir of Peter son of Roger, to Eustace prior and convent of 1
mark p.a. of quit rent from a wharf (cayo) and houses and shops (sopis)
built thereon; abutments, from the king's road to the Thames and from the
corner of the lane called Aubrees Wat(er)gate which is on the east side of
this tenement to the wharf of Wlmer(us) son of Ed(ward) de Essex on the
west; rent to the grantor and their heirs, a clove-gillyflower on Michaelmas
day; for this gift the canons gave 8½ marks to expedite the grantor's
business; if rent in arrears, the prior and convent may distrain on any of
the houses or shops to the full value of the rent; sealed; witnesses, Walter
Hervy, mayor, Walter le Pot(er), John Horn, sheriffs, Herman le Estreys,
William le Corner; dated Sun. 21 May 1273.
C.A.D., iv, A 7283.
198. [List of those paying rent]: Ralph Crepyn, clerk, otherwise called
199. [1170–97] Lease of Stephen prior and convent to Jordan de Turri,
clerk, of all the messuage that Edwin the Felter (Feltrarius) held of them
and all land which is in front of that house (managium) extending to the
main street (magnum vicum) which Edwin held and after him Terricus, his
son and all the land once of Robert Burrell near (prope) Wifladeston; rent
8s. p.a.; Jordan swore fealty; gersuma 1 mark; witnesses, Walter the alderman, Godard his brother.
200. [List of those paying rent]: Jordan de Turri who had two sons Robert
and John and the land was divided for John de Turri paid 2s. and Robert de
Turri 6s. [f. 40] and these names paid 2s. after John de Turri; John de
Camera, 1 Ed. I; afterwards the rector of St. Dunstan's: and these paid 6s.
after Robert de Turri; Matthew Bokerel; Fulk de St. Edmund; Walter
Crepyn otherwise called de Glovernia [See also after 201] as appears by the
201. Common plea held in the Husting, Mon. 19 Feb. 1302.
Walter de Glovernia son of Ralph de Algate, clerk, complained that on
Mon. 12 Feb. 1302 the prior of Holy Trinity came and took naam from his
tenement; abutments, the tenement of the rector of St. Dunstan on the east
and the tenement of Matilda le Wolf on the west; to the value of 1s. until
a pledge had been given to the sheriff etc. The prior came and said that the
seizure was just, as the pl. owed 10s. in arrears. The parties agreed by
licence of the court; Walter recognised the rent as owing to the prior and
his successors for ever whereupon the prior remitted arrears; Walter in
200 contd. Nicholas de Jernemouth, 6 and 31 Ed. III; his widow, 48 Ed. III
and 8 Ric. II; Henry Edes; (fn. 2) Edward Salle; John Croke during Hy. VI and
Ed. IV. (fn. 3)
202. [1170–97] Lease of Stephen prior and convent to Alfred the Tiler
(Coopertor) of land for houses (terram domorum) which Pain the Fishmonger (Piscator) his brother had held; rent 1s. 8d. p.a.; to hold duly
(sine calumpnia et omni malo ingenio); swore fealty; the grantee gave a
London sextary of wine; witnesses, Walter the chaplain, Adam the chaplain, Adam the Chamberlain (Camerarius).
C.A.D., i, A 1711.
203. [List of those paying rent]: Alfred the Tiler; Humphrey Rufus; Edeua
daughter of Walter to whom Peter prior and convent granted land at a rent
of 4s. p.a. [See also after 204] as appears by the following.
204. [1197–1221] Grant of Peter prior and convent to Edeua daughter of
Walter of land that Walter Brown (Brunus), mercer, held of them; in
length 25¼ ells and in width 8½ ells; abutments, the land of Robert Hardel
and the land of Humphrey Rufus near (iuxta) Ma(nun)lane; leases all that
it has in wood and stone; rent 4s. p.a.; Edeua undertook for herself and her
heirs to keep houses on the land and the houses roofed at a cost of 40s. if
she or they wished to lease the fee 40s. p.a.; rent to be paid unless the land
had been wasted by fire in which event the payment would not be levied; if
the grantee wishes to pledge or sell, the prior and convent to have the
preference by a gold bezant; swore fealty; [f. 40v] gersuma 2 marks of
silver; witnesses, Gilbert the alderman, Ralph Stepranc, Ralph Chaloner,
C.A.D., i, A 1710.
203 contd. Edeua paid 5s. 8d. and after her Robert Coch; Gylminus
Fraunces; Martin le Wolf; William Basyng; Simon Symean, 1 Ed. II;
John Cokirmouth, 19 Ed. II and 3 Ed. III [See also after 205] as appears by
the following plea.
205. Common plea held in the Husting, Mon. 23 Oct. 1329.
John Cokermouth summoned to reply to the prior of Holy Trinity concerning his free tenement held of the prior at a rent of 5s. 8d.; John said he
was not the tenant and had not been on the day of the suing out of the writ
and places himself on the country and the prior likewise, and a jury is
summoned for the next court; John essoined Mon. 4 Dec. 1329; his
messuage seized; Mon. 12 Mar. 1330 John summoned to answer concerning a plea that he should do right service to the prior from his free tenement of which Richard Wymbysh, the prior's predecessor, was seised etc.
and because 24s. were in arrears on the day of the suing out of the writ on
23 Feb. 1329 and the messuage could not be distrained upon for a year and
a day the prior sought the messuage as gavelet and John came and acknowledged that he held of the prior and the prior received the messuage.
203 contd. Thomas Walden, 31 Ed. III; William de Stanys, 36 and 47
Ed. III; Lord de Gray, 48 Ed. III and 8 Ric. II; William Parker, 18 Ric. II;
Thomas Wylford; [17 lines blank] and the tenement is situated on the east
side of Mynchynlane.
C.A.D., i, A 1713.
206. [f. 41] [1197–1212] Grant of Peter prior and convent to Elias son of
Godard of land which Spirling the Moneyer (monetarius) held; abutments,
the land of Ralph Flael and other land of Elias which he holds of the king;
rent 1s. 6d. p.a.; and from the land which he holds of the Crown he gave a
quit rent of 2s. p.a. to the canons; if the rent is unpaid, the canons to have
the right to take naam in all his lands which he holds of the king as far as
Mangunelane if they do not find sufficient naam in the land which Spirling
gave them; Elias for himself and his heirs placed the canons in security
(in contraplegium) in all the land he held of the Crown in perpetuity; swore
fealty and to pay rent without miskenning; sealed chirograph; witnesses,
Henry mayor of London, Roger son of Alan.
207. [List of those paying rent]: Elias son of Godard; William Brown
(Brunus); New Hospital without Bishopisgate until 9 Ed. III when the
hospital granted the land to Reginald de Conductu [See also after 208] as
appears by the following.
208. Release of the prior and chapter of the New Hospital of St. Mary in
the above-mentioned tenement  saving certain rents to themselves and
to the prior and convent of Holy Trinity; indenture, John de Habiton(ne),
prior of the New Hospital of St. Mary without Bishopisgate in the suburb
of London, greeting etc. when William de Horton, prior, and chapter,
leased a certain messuage in Maionelane to Reginald de Conductu,
citizen and alderman, for a term of 100 years at a rent of 14s. 6d. p.a. for
the true value (pro vero valore dicti tenementi) and a quit rent of 1s. 6d. p.a.
to Holy Trinity; abutments, another tenement of Reginald on the north
and the tenement once of William Flori on the south; in length from
Ma(n)ionelane on the east to the tenement of Reginald on the west; and
the holding was in such bad repair (debile et ruinosum) that it could not be
maintained unless it was completely (de novo) rebuilt and Reginald wished
to lease the property and rebuild in default of repairing the houses (pro
defaltu reparacionis domuum) for the rebuilding the prior and chapter
quitclaim their right and that of their successors in the property, reserving
to themselves a rent of 12s. 6d. and to Holy Trinity 1s. 6d. p.a.; the prior
of the hospital to have powers to distrain for arrears; dated 6 Mar. 1335.
207 contd. [f. 41v] Afterwards Thomas Appilby was consituted tenant
(reddituarius) of Reginald by the king and paid 1s. 6d. as appears by Holy
Trinity's acquittance; (fn. 4) Thomas Peerle, 34 Ed. III.
209. [1170–97] Grant of Stephen prior and convent to James the chaplain of
that land not built on (illam terram nudam), which the grantors had of the
Lady Roais who was wife of Robert Mantel, in Manionelane to hold to
him and his heirs in fee for 5s. 6d.; James swore fealty; gersuma 2s.;
witnesses, Robert the chaplain, Master Robert the chaplain of St. Olave,
John de St. Michael.
210. [List of those paying rent]: from which 5s. 6d. James paid 1s. 6d. to the
hospital of St. Katherine which sum Ralph prior and convent had granted
to the hospital and James paid another 1s. 6d. to the hospital which Peter
prior and convent conceded to the hospital as appears by a chirograph made
between Holy Trinity and the hospital and thus James paid the hospital of
St. Katherine 3s. p.a. and Holy Trinity 2s. 6d.: and after James; his widow;
Walter the Goldsmith (Aurifaber); Ralph the priest (presbiter); Stephen
Casuen; John Casuen; then the tenement was divided and Michael Unctor
paid 1s. and Edmund Combe 1s. and John Bussh or Boys 6d.: and after
Michael; William de Wynton; Reginald de Conductu, 19 Ed. II: and after
Edmund; Hugh Hereford, 5 Ed. II; Reginald de Combe, 19 Ed. II: and
after John; Reginald de Conductu paid the total 2s. 6d., 19 Ed. II and 1 Ed.
III. Thomas Peerle paid 4s. for the properties in 208 and 209 as appears by
the following plea.
211. Common plea held in the Husting, Mon. 26 Jan. 1360.
Thomas Peerle complained that on Wed. 6 Nov. 1359 the prior of Holy
Trinity came to the pl.'s free tenement and took naam etc. to the value of
13s. 4d. etc. until a pledge was given to Simon de Bedyngton one of the
sheriffs etc. The prior came by his attorney Alan de Horwode and said that
the taking of naam was just etc. because the prior should receive a rent
charge of 8s. p.a. which he had had from Reginald de Conductu and that
40s. was due for five years' arrears etc. and Thomas Peerle said that the rent
was 4s. and that he was prepared to satisfy the prior and they were given
until the next court and the matter was then delayed, because the parties
were conferring, until the court held on Mon. 18 May 1360; the prior
recognised that the rent was 4s. p.a. and the pl. paid the arrears, and 4s. in
210 contd. [f. 42] John Fysymon, 48 Ed. III; Philip Burton [13 lines blank].
Margin: Charter (fn. 5) of Hugh Sprot through the guardians (per custodes) of the heirs
of Thomas Perle enrolled after 12 Mar. 1395.
212. Note: that the tenement of John Cory, clerk, in the parish of St.
Dunstan is situated in Mynchinlane between the tenement of John Covert,
kt., and Margery de Chissebech his wife which was once of Thomas de
Kent (Cancia) on the south and the tenement of Reginald de Conductu on
the north and it extends from Mynchinlane on the east to the tenement of
Isabel at Vyne on the west as appears in a charter (fn. 6) of John Cory, enrolled
after 1 Nov. 1346.
213. [1269–70] Grant by Thomas de Oxford (Oxon), bureller (burelarius),
and Alice his wife to Master John Rosamund of 20s. p.a. of quit rent from
rents which they had in the parish of St. Dunstan by the Tower opposite
the church in a lane which goes by the Tower; rent to the grantors and their
heirs ½ lb. of cumin or three grains of pepper; the grantor and his heirs free
to distrain (namiare seu distringere) and may distrain on the grantees' land
in the parish of St. Mary Bothaw which is between the land of John le
Minor on the west and land formerly of Robert de Wrotham on the east
and extends from the king's road in Candelwykstrate to the land of Michael
To(v)i; John gave 15 marks of silver; sealed; witnesses, Hugh son of Hocton (fitz Hoctonis) then constable of the Tower, Robert de Cornhill, Thomas
de Basing, sheriffs; Master John Rosamund gave this quit rent of 20s. to
the church of Holy Trinity as appears by Charter Seven (fn. 7) of several parishes.
214. [List of those paying quit rent]: Thomas de Oxford; Roger
Hattefeld who granted the tenement to William de Ham(m)e who paid 20s.
to Holy Trinity [See also after 215] [f. 42v] as appears by the following
215. [1286–7] Charter of Roger de Hattefeld, citizen of London, granting to
William de Hamme, citizen and wool merchant (lanarius), land with houses
built thereon; abutments, the tenement of Simon Boys and that once of
Andrew Essex on the east and the king's road on the west and the cemetery
of St. Dunstan on the south and a road called Tourstrate on the north
together with 10s. p.a. of quit rent which the grantor has received from the
tenement of Thomas Porter which he had by the lease of Thomas de
Cap(oes)hors and 8s. p.a. of quit rent received from the tenement of
Laurence de Hoctorn which he had of the lease of the said Thomas de
Capon(er) and 10s. and 8s. p.a. of quit rent received there from a certain
piece (placea) of land which Henry the Carpenter had of the same land by
the lease of the grantor; all in land, buildings, wood and stone in length
breadth and height leased in fee in perpetuity; rent to the grantor and his
heirs one clove-gillyflower at Easter, to the heirs of Henry de Frowyk 50s.
of silver, to the heirs of John de la Tour 4s., to the canons of St. Mary of
Southwork 4s., to the king ¾d. of socage on Palm Sunday, to the prior of
Lewisham and his successors 7d. at Michaelmas and to the canons of
Christchurch (Holy Trinity) 20s.; gersuma £20 sterling; witnesses, Ralph
de Sandwich, warden of London, Thomas Cros, Walter Hautein, sheriffs.
216. [List of those paying rent]: William de Hamme or Woolchirchehawe
who granted the tenement to Walter Mon(e)n(er) or Me(lu)arad as appears
by their charter enrolled 5 Ed. II, who paid 18 Ed. II as appears by poundage (pondagium); Edward Sannford, 1 and 6 Ed. III and then the land was
divided as follows; John Morton paid for his part 10s.; Adam Changour
paid for his part 2s.; Matthew Broun for another part paid 2s.; Agnes
Berners paid for another part 2s.; Robert atte Hyll paid for another part
2s.; Richard Causton paid for another part 2s.; total 20s.; and John
Morton paid as appears by the following acquittance [See also after 217].
217. Acquittance by William Risyng, prior, for 50s. of arrears of rent from
Robert Morton, dated Easter 1380.
C.A.D., i, A 1715.
216 contd. After John Morton; Thomas Evesham, 11 Ric. II; Nicholas
Potyn, 20 Ric. II; now [1425–7] the church of St. Dunstan; [f. 43] 2s. after
Adam Changour; John Hay, 47 Ed. III; William Lenn: 2s. after Matthew
Broun; his widow, 48 Ed. III; John Broun: 2s. after Agnes Berners; John
Blokely, 49 Ed. III; Richard Rothyng: 2s. after Robert at Hill; John
Prisket, 48 Ed. III; Walter de Kent who bequeathed it to the rector and
parishioners of the church of St. Peter Paul's Wharf (iuxta cayam Sancti
Pauli) as appears by his will (fn. 8) enrolled after 25 Apr. 1361: 2s. after Richard
Causton; his widow, 41 Ed. III; Richard Baret, 49 Ed. III; Richard
Rothyng, 4 Ric. II [f. 43v blank].
218. [f. 44] Grant of Peter fitz Roger otherwise called Mayresmay son of
William to Richard prior and convent of 4s. p.a. of quit rent; 2s. from land
and houses with a wharf (kaio) which Benet Stocfysch held of the grantor;
abutments, the land of Robert Panifader on the west and land of John de
St. Dunstan on the east and extending from the king's highway to the
Thames (usque in Tamisiam) and 2s. from land with houses which William
Dela(m)e held of the grantor; abutments, the land of Nicholas Bat on the
west and land of John de St. Dunstan on the east; declaration that the
grantor has these annual rents from these lands; grant in free alms; the
canons and their successors to pay 1½d. socage to the Crown on Palm
Sunday and to the grantor and his heirs ½d.; the prior and canons gave for
the grant 40s. to expedite the grantor's business; dated Fri. 11 Mar. 1250;
witnesses, Roger fitz Roger, mayor, John Tulsan(us), Ralph Hardel,
Margin: Nota quod continetur in libro de socagio qui in officino camere monachorum Westmonasterii habetur inter cetera sic Hoc socagium colligetur in ramis
Palmarum ad ecclesiam Sancti Dunstani est De tenemento Benedicti Stocfish post
Heres Roberti Gresch(ir)ch modo Sancta Trinitas jd. ob. per tenementum quod
fuit Johannis de Sancto Dunstano.
C.A.D., ii, A 2407.
219. [List of those paying quit rent]: after Benet Stocfysch or Trenchem(er)
who granted the tenement to Robert de Greschirch whose wife afterwards
was married to David de Halliwell and they released all their right in the
tenement to John de Canterbury whose own tenement is between that of
William Monek on the west and the tenement of Pentecost le Ferun on the
east and extends from the king's highway on the north to the Thames (ad
aquam Thamisie) on the south as appears in their charter (fn. 9) enrolled before
12 Mar. 1274; afterwards, Clemence, widow of the above-mentioned Peter
de Maresmay who released all her right in a tenement called Stokfishwharf
to John de Canterbury as appears in their charter (fn. 10) enrolled after 6 Feb.
1278; afterwards John Canterbury] who bequeathed the aforesaid tenement to Margery his daughter situated between the tenement of John
Stertford on the west and that of Roger de Rokesle on the east as appears
in his will (fn. 11) enrolled 32 Ed. I; afterwards Margaret his wife (fn. 12) paid 18 Ed. II
as appears in a subsidy roll (in rotulo taxacionis regi concesse viz. 12d. de
nobili); afterwards Henry Commarty, 1 Ed. III; afterwards Henry Staunton: [f. 44v] after William Lambeth (previously Dela(me)e); Richard
Bonaventur(e); William Box, 1 Ed. II; Thomas Cros, 5 Ed. II; William
Box, 1 and 6 Ed. III; Andrew Turk, 30 Ed. III and 4 Ric. II; Peter atte
Very for the heirs of Andrew, 11 Ric. II; Henry Hirton; Hugh Battysford.
220. Note: that the monks of Westminster have 20s. p.a. from the tenement
of William Moigne or Monek which house (domus) is situated by the
Thames (super Tamisiam); abutments, the house of John de Hertford,
glover, on the west and the house of John de Canterbury on the east as
appears in an old rental 'A' and afterwards the executors of William granted
the tenement to John de Storteford who paid 20s. to the monks as appears
by the following charter.
221. [1285–6] Sale by Benet Hakeney, William de Combe and John de
Caunterbury, citizens, executors of the will (fn. 13) of William le Moygne, formerly
woolmonger, to John de Stortford, citizen and glover (cirotecarius), all that
whole tenement which the deceased had in the parish of St. Dunstan;
abutments, the tenement of John de Caunterbury on the east and that of
John de Hertford on the west and extending in length from the king's highway on the north to the Thames on the south; which tenement he left to be
sold to pay his debts as is contained more fully in the letter of probate; quit
rent therefrom to the abbot and convent of Westminster 20s. p.a.; witnesses,
Ralph de Sandwich, warden of London, Walter le Blount, John Wade,
sheriffs; dated 14 Ed. I.
222. [f. 45 inset] (fn. 14) [c. 1231–8] Grant by Roger Duke to the prior and canons
of Legh of land and a residence (capitale managium) with house and 'kays'
formerly of Roger de Blakesapelton; abutments, land formerly of Goda the
Usurer (fen(er)atricis) on the east and the gate of the Thames at the bridge
of Wulsun (ad pontem Wulsuni) on the west; all in length and breadth, in
wood and stone etc. conveyed; rent to the grantor and his heirs ½ lb. of
cumin or 1d. at Michaelmas; excepting the services therefrom to the chief
lords of the fee, Holy Trinity, 1 mark of silver; for the grant the prior and
canons gave 35 marks; sealed; witness, Richard Reinger.
Margin: Hec carta sigillata remanet in prioratu de Lyes in Essex.
223. [f. 45] [1197–1212] Grant of Peter prior and convent to Roger de
Blakesappilton of all the land with a stone house and wharf (hwervum)
formerly of Master James in the parish of St. Dunstan in the soke of the
archbishop of Canterbury; rent 13s. 4d. p.a.; swore fealty; to pay rent
without fail; if the grantee wishes to pledge or sell, reversion to the prior
and convent if they wish; length from the upper end (superiori parte) 39 ells
to the public street (ad stratam pubplicam) by (versus) the Thames and in
width 11½ ells and from the outer part by the public street 13 ells; the
wharf is 13 ells in width; gersuma 8 marks and 3s. for pittances (ad
pitanciam); witnesses, Ralph the priest of St. Mary at Hill, John de Ball,
priest of St. Dionis, Henry, mayor of London, Peter his son.
224. [List of those paying rent]: Roger Blakesappilton; William his son who
granted the tenement to Roger le Duke, weaver, who granted it to the prior
of Leighs [See also after 225].
225. Recognisance of Walter Auberkyn for himself, his heirs and assigns
that he owes a rent of 13s. 4d. p.a. to the prior and convent of Holy Trinity
from his house which was once leased by Roger de Blakesappilton from
them; abutments, the lane which leads to the house (managium) of Matilda
de Sandwich on the west and the tenement of Hamon de Pariis on the east
and the public street on the south and the house once of Brandus on the
north; for this recognisance the prior and convent remitted to Walter and
his heirs etc. arrears of rent; witnesses, [not named].
224 contd. William Bristowe whose executors granted the tenement to W.
Brewer who paid 13s. 4d. as appears in their charter (fn. 15) enrolled 33 Ed. I;
Richard Ko(u)ncedieu, 1 and 19 Ed. II and 6 Ed. III; John Mandeville, 30
Ed. III; John Malewayn, 36 Ed. III as appears by an inquisition (fn. 16) taken in
the time of John Pechche, mayor of London, 36 Ed. III and the jury said
that he died seised of one tenement in parish of St. Dunstan which was
valued at 10 marks a year if it might be located from which an annual rent
of 1 mark was paid; Helmyngus Leget, 39 Ed. III; William Walworth, 10
Ric. II; William Ascham.
226. [f. 45v] [1170–97] Grant of Stephen prior and convent of land to Hugh
Polested (de Polested) of land near the Thames which William the priest
held at an annual rent of 2s.; the same William, with the assent of the prior
and convent, sold land to Hugh for 10 marks and 9 marks [£12 13s. 4d.]
and gave 2s. and a London sextary of wine to the prior and convent; Hugh
swore fealty; witnesses, Roger de G(in)ges, Henry and Robert, his brothers.
C.A.D., iv, A 7292.
227. [List of those paying rent]: Hugh Polested; Richard Blundus; Edmund
the Baker; Adam Rokesle, 1 Ed. II who granted the tenement to Peter de
Blakeney as appears in Peter's will (fn. 17) enrolled 5 Ed. II; Godwin Turk who
granted the tenement to Robert Wodhous as appears by their charter (fn. 18)
enrolled 19 Ed. II; Thomas Broun, 11 Ed. III; his widow, 31 Ed. III as
appears by the Acquittance Two (fn. 19) of several parishes; abbot of Evesham, 4
Hy. VI as appears by the Acquittance Seven (fn. 20) [26 lines blank].
228. [f. 46] [1197–1212] Grant of Peter prior and convent to Ralph the
Usurer (Fenarius) and Goda his wife of land which Stephen the Dyer
(tinctor) held; rent 6s. p.a.; to hold as long as rent is paid without fraud or
miskenning; gersuma 20s. sterling; witnesses, Henry mayor, Matthew the
alderman, Robert Bat.
C.A.D., i, A 1775.
229. [List of those paying rent]: Ralph and his wife; Robert Bat; Lyedulfus;
William de la Corner; Christine Box who granted the tenement to Matilda
de la Barre who paid 6s. as appears by charter, 25 Ed. I; Adam Lutekyn,
5 and 19 Ed. II and 1 Ed. III; William Hansard, 6 Ed. III; William Stroder,
34 and 49 Ed. III; William Yngs paid 3s. for his part; Alice Hertwell 3s. for
Thomas Hertwell formerly her husband [26 lines blank] and this site is on
the south side of Thames Street.
230. [f. 46v] Total of this parish 63s. and it is tithed as it appears in the king's