[f. 109] In the parish of St. James Garlykhythe
565. Note: William the Chamberlain gave to Richard prior and convent
15s. p.a. of land with houses upon it which Ralph Ely once held in the
parish of St. James as appears in Charter Seventeen (fn. 1) of several parishes.
566. [List of those paying quit rent]: Ralph de Ely and then the land was
divided for Stephen Crasser paid 5s. p.a. for the part which abutted on
Cordweynstret and John Tavers 10s. for that part which abutted on
Kyronlane: after Stephen Crasser, Ralph le Justice confirmed this grant to
the church of Holy Trinity as appears in Charter Eighteen (fn. 2) of several
parishes and from this tenement abutting on Cordweynstret 5s. p.a. was
paid by Adam le Tailour; Stephen de Upton; John de Oxford, 1 Ed. II;
Henry at Swan, 19 Ed. II; Stephen Upton, 1 Ed. III; Michael Mynot, 3 and
6 Ed. III; Richard Mallyng, 30 Ed. III; Walter Neel, 31 Ed. III; the bishop
of Rochester, 34 Ed. III; John Mychel, 36 Ed. III; Gilbert Bonet, 48 Ed. III
and 8 Ric. II; Robert Newton who granted the tenement to John Crouche
and Isabel his wife who paid 5s. to Holy Trinity as appears by their charter (fn. 3)
enrolled 3 Hy. IV: after John T(r)avers from the tenement abutting on
Kyronlane 10s. was paid by William Haddstok, 20 Ed. I [See also after 567]
as appears by the following plea.
567. Common plea held in the Husting, Mon. before St. Peter 1292.
William de Haddestok came and recognised that 10s. p.a. of quit rent was
due to Holy Trinity from his messuage in the parish of St. James Garlekheth
and that 40s. of arrears was payable to the prior on Tues. 15 Apr. 1292;
Henry Waleys, then mayor [sic] of London; the recognisance was enrolled.
566 contd. John de St. Albans who granted the tenement to Bartholomew
Vyndi(n)es who paid 10s. to Holy Trinity as appears by their charter (fn. 4)
enrolled 7 Ed. II; Gauselinus Pagan, 1 Ed. III; Michael Mynot, 3 Ed. III;
Richard Mallyng, 30 Ed. III; John Middleton, 33 Ed. III; Gilbert Bonet,
37 Ed. III; Adam Chongonur, 40 Ed. III; Peter Lacy, 46 Ed. III; Richard
Lyons, 49 Ed. III and 3 Ric. II; William More, 1 Hy. IV as appears by the
568. Indenture between Robert prior and convent and William More,
citizen and vintner, witnesseth that on this day the prior received 5s. in full
payment of all arrears of a quit rent of 10s. due from a tenement once held
by Richard Lyouns in Kyrunlane; sealed by both parties; dated London
6 Oct. 1399.
569. Total of this parish 15s. and it is tithed at this in the king's exemplification.