St Margaret Southwark


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'Parishes: St Margaret Southwark', The Cartulary of Holy Trinity, Aldgate: London Record Society 7 (1971), pp. 53. URL: Date accessed: 26 November 2014.


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[f. 54v] In the parish of St. Margaret Southwerk

276. Grant by Adam le Trehur and Alice his wife, daughter of Henry Martyn, in free alms of a quit rent of 6s. p.a. from land and houses built thereon once of Matilda daughter of Benet son of Luke and mother of Alice; sealed; witnesses, Geoffrey Northman, bailiff of Suwerk, Reginald the Forester; dated June 1273.

277. Quitclaim of Alice widow of Adam le Trehur releasing all her right in the above rent to William prior and convent which the prior received from a tenement which Stephen Abbot held in the parish which rent he had by the gift of Adam le Trehur; for this quitclaim prior and convent gave 2 marks sterling; sealed; witnesses, William Wynnok, John Moun(er); dated at Suthwark 28 June 1293.

278. [List of those paying quit rent]: Adam le Trehur; Stephen Abbot; John Milward, 1 and 19 Ed. II and 1 Ed. III; Robert de Staunford, 13 Ed. III; (fn. 1) John Plumer, 31 Ed. III; John Thoursway, 39 Ed. III; Robert Ryffyn, 46 Ed. III; his widow, 1 and 3 Ric. II; now [1425–7] St. Thomas's Hospital.

Margin: Nota quod istud tenementum est modo hospicium et habet pro signo leonem.

279. Total of this parish 6s.


1 Inserted above the line: "as appears in a little book (quaternum) with letter 'A' f. 29 Kalendari primi."