London and Middlesex Chantry Certificate,1548. Originally published by London Record Society, London, 1980.
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117. [m.26] South Mimms (Southmymes)
Obits and poor relief: various cows bequeathed and kept as follows: 4 bequeathed by Richard Hunt, of which 2 kept by Thomas Bowman and 2 by Edward Dell, 5s 4d p.a.; 4 bequeathed by one Pettyt, kept by William Johnson, 5s 4d p.a.; 3 bequeathed by John Hartiswell, of which 2 kept by John Shere and 1 by Thomas Hartiswell, 4s p.a.; 3 bequeathed by John Birt, of which 2 kept by Hugh Mylwarde and 1 by Thomas Hartiswell, 4s p.a.; 3 bequeathed by William Nicholl, of which 2 kept by Robert Hayly and 1 by Thomas Mathewe, 4s p.a.
Purposes unspecified: further cows bequeathed and kept as follows: 2 bequeathed by Robert Bird and kept by Thomas Bird, 2s 8d p.a.; 2 bequeathed by Anne Cufflay (fn. 1) and kept by Richard Parson, 2s 8d p.a.; 2 bequeathed by John Fraunces (fn. 1000) and kept by Thomas Bowman, 2s 8d p.a.; Purpose unknown: 12 acres of land worth 8s p.a.
118. West Brentford (West Brayntford)
Priest to minister the sacraments, and obit: lands and tenements in the parish, given by Johan Redman, £4 17s 4d p.a. Of which, 5s 1d quitrent to Master Rowseley; 8d quitrent for 4 acres of land; 6s 8d obit; 1s 6d to the churchwardens for their pains; £3 9s 4d towards a priest's salary, 'according to the will'; (fn. 2) total deductions £4 2s 10d [sic]. Clear remainder 14s 8d p.a.
A "Crendell" (fn. 3) of wax to burn before the altar: one cow, also given by Johan Redman. Sold 2 years ago to Henry Davyes of the town for £1, not yet paid.
119. Uxbridge (Woxbridge) (fn. 4)
Chantry lands and chapel: £11 4s 4d p.a. including 16s for a house 'having stalls under it, for the maintenance of a chapel builded and erected by the parishioners'. Of which, 5s 2d quitrents to the earl of Derby; 10s to George Stockes; 1s to Thomas Burbage; 1 lb pepper to John Myles; 3s quitrent from the house and stalls; total deductions 19s 2d. Clear remainder £10 5s 2d p.a. (fn. 5)
Brotherhood of Our Lady: lands, £10 14s p.a. Of which, 11s 7d quitrent to the sub-bailiff of Uxbridge; 2s to the earl of Derby; 6s to the manor of Cowley (Coueley) Hall; 6d to [blank] Saunderson; 4d to Christopher Pope; 8d to John Le ... ; 8d to George Riche; total deductions £1 1s 9d. Clear remainder £9 12s 3d p.a. The brotherhood also has a tenement called "Wakefeldes" held rent-free by John Horsey, a poor blind man; the tenement is always used in alms or charity.
Memoranda: Sir Richard Turner, vicar, receives £8 p.a. (fn. 6)
120. [m.26d] Bedfont (fn. 7)
Unknown purpose and donor: one acre of land, 2s ...d. (fn. 8)
121. Islington (Iseldon) (fn. 9)
Obit and Jesus Brotherhood: a close of 12 acres, bequeathed by Richard Clowdesley and now t. Walter Coyny, £7 p.a. Of which, £1 obit, including 6s 8d to the poor; £1 6s 8d to the brotherhood singing masses for the same Clowdesley; total deductions £2 6s 8d. Clear remainder £5 13s 4d p.a.
123. Monken Hadley (Hadley)
124. Shepperton (Sheperdon)
Lamp: (fn. 10) an acre of land bequeathed for a yearly lamp, 2s p.a.
125. Staines (Stanes)
Fraternity: lands, including 6s 8d for the chantry priest's chamber, £11 17s 6d p.a. Of which, 15s 4d quitrent to the king; 3s quitrent to the lord of the manor of Grove Barns; 1s 7½d to the manor or farm of Yeoveney (Iveney) Court; £2 5s 4d to the poor; 6s 8d for a sermon yearly; total deductions £3 11s 11½d. Clear remainder £8 5s 6½d p.a.
Memoranda: 400 communicants. Sir Humphrey Perkyns, vicar, receives £12 3s 4d p.a. In his absence he finds a priest to serve the cure. Goods and plate belonging to the fraternity as listed in the inventory [not detailed here].
126. St Leonard Shoreditch
Morrow mass priest: lands, tenements and hereditaments given by Sir John Eldrington, kt., £8 2s 8d p.a. Of which, 7s 9¾d quitrent to the king; 15s quitrent to Master Wates; 2s quitrent to John But; 2s quitrent to William Bull; £7 4s to Sir James Stocton, priest, (fn. 11) including 4s for his chamber; total deductions £8 10s 9½d [sic]. Clear remainder Nil.
Poor relief: lands and tenements given by Angel Johns, £5 19s 8d p.a. to discharge the poor of various dues: Easter; the 4 offering days; the housling; the paschal light; the rood loft 'and such like'.
Memoranda: 800 communicants. The archdeacon of London is rector and receives £12 p.a. Sir Griffith Willyams, vicar, receives £16 p.a. Only the vicar serves the cure. (fn. 12)
127. [m.27] Little Stanmore (Stanmer Parva)
Perpetual anniversary or obit: lands and tenements given by Sir William Knyghtoote, £1 3s p.a. Of which, 3s 4d quitrent to Master Burbage; 4d quitrent to the bishop of Westminster; 19s 4d obit including 3d to the poor; total deductions £1 3s. Clear remainder Nil.
129. Hornsey (Hornessey)
131. Hampton [on Thames]
132. Stanwell (fn. 13)
133. [m.27d] Stratford at Bow
Chapel: (fn. 14) King Edward III gave land 10 perches long and 2½ perches broad on the common highway to found a chapel with a churchyard for the maintenance of divine service with sacraments and sacramentals. [Value blank].
Priest's wages (fn. 15) and other charges of the chapel: lands and tenements given by divers persons, £13 6s 8d p.a. Of which, 4d to the bishop of London; 2s 6d to the dean of St Paul's; 2s to Sir Ralph Sadler; 1s 10d to Sir Peter Mewtes; £1 4s to the churchwardens of Stepney (Stebunhethe); total deductions £1 10s 8d. Clear remainder £11 16s p.a.
134. St Martin in the Fields
Memoranda: 700 communicants. Sir Robert Beaste is vicar. (fn. 16)
Obit and poor relief: 10s p.a. distributed by George Kempe every Good Friday: 6s 8d bread to the poor; 5d to the poorest of the parish; 1s 1d to the poorest householders; 1s 10d for an obit; total 10s: under the terms of his mother Margaret Kempe's will, in return for 11 beasts she bequeathed him.
136. St Pancras
Obit: 4 acres of meadow called "Kylborne" croft, given by John Morrant, 16s p.a. Of which, 1s at the obit to the priest and clerk; 15s to the poor 'in recreation'; total deductions 16s. Clear remainder Nil.
137. Friern Barnet (Frearing Barnet)
138. [m.28] Ashford
139. St Margaret Westminster
Priest and clerk: £8 p.a. paid by the court of Augmentations from the revenue of the late brotherhood of Ronceval. Of which, £6 13s 4d p.a. to Sir Richard Kylgo, priest; £1 6s 8d p.a. to Henry Elwoode, clerk.
Fraternity of Our Lady: lands, tenements and hereditaments [not detailed], (fn. 17) £55 10s 4d p.a. Of which, £1 2s 2d quitrent to the dean and chapter of Westminster; 2s quitrent to Eton college; 5s quitrent to the Mercers' Company; 1s quitrent to 'the Lady of Oxford'; 8s quitrent to Henry Burton; 1s 8d quitrent to the Merchants of the Staple; £8 to Sir Richard Hall, £8 to Sir John Hickley, £9 to Sir Edward Story, £8 to Sir William Langborne (chaplains of the fraternity); £3 4s 2d obits throughout the year excluding poor relief; £2 15s 8d poor relief at the obits; £1 6s 8d each for the maintenance of 4 poor persons in alms for their lives: Richard Tomlyns, Agnes Wattes, Agnes May and Alice Baker (total £5 6s 8d); £4 for the salary of a conduct; (fn. 18) £2 13s 4d to Robert Wattes beadle of the fraternity for his wages; £1 18s torches, tapers and a lamp; total deductions £54 17s 8d. Clear remainder 12s 8d p.a.
Memoranda: 2,500 communicants. The dean and chapter of Westminster are rectors and receive £26 13s 4d p.a. The cure is served by a curate provided by the rectors, and by the brotherhood priests. Goods, plate and jewels of the fraternity are entered in an inventory with the Surveyor.
Priest: £8 p.a. from the profits of houses and land bequeathed by Alan Braynt to his wife Joan for his soul for 20 years. (fn. 19)
141. [m.28d] Sunbury (Sondebury)
143. Chiswick (Ceswicke)
Poor relief: 2 small tenements and 2 acres of land belonging thereto, t. Edward Kyng and Hugh Edwyn, 13s 8d p.a. Of which, 2s 4d quitrent to the dean and chapter of St Paul's. Clear remainder 11s 4d p.a.
144. Teddington (Tuttington)
146. [m.29] Norwood
Obit: copyhold lands called Hill House given by Robert Cheseman; 12 poor women to be given £1 2s at the obit; if the lands do not yield enough the balance is to be met from Henry Cartor's land within 6 days of Hallowmass, or the churchwardens to distrain, £1 2s p.a.
147. Harmondsworth (Harmanworth)
148. St Giles in the Fields
149. Cranford (Craneforde)
Chaplain for the fraternity of the Holy Trinity and St Mary the Virgin: a tenement in St Nicholas Shambles, London, bequeathed by Sir Bartholomew James, kt., for his soul for ever, and now t. Robert Egleston, butcher, £8 p.a. Of which, £6 13s 4d to Sir Richard Bucklerst, incumbent. (fn. 20) Clear remainder £1 6s 8d p.a.
Church repair: a copyhold cottage and garden in [blank], t. Richard Rippyn, 13s (fn. 21) p.a. Of which, 1s quitrent to the king; 4d quitrent to the bishop of London; total deductions 1s 4d. Clear remainder 11s 8d p.a.
Ornaments and church repair: 3 roods of customary lands t. Johan Maxfelde; ½ acre t. Johan Hude; 1 rood t. Mistress Lymsay; 1 rood t. Robert Rowe: total 7s p.a. Of which, 1s 2d quitrent to the bishop of London. Clear remainder 5s 10d p.a.
152. St Clement Danes
Morrow mass priest and 5d poor relief in honour of the Five Wounds: 3 tenements in the parish, leased by Thomas Newburghe to William Beckingham by indenture 5 November 1488 for 80 years. Beckingham bequeathed the tenements to his wife Alice for life, and after her death to the parish church, £4 p.a. Of which, 3s 4d quitrent to the king; £1 16s 8d to Newburghe's heirs; 5d to the poor; £1 19s 7d to the morrow mass priest; (fn. 22) total deductions £4. Clear remainder Nil.
Morrow mass priest: 2 tenements built by Roger Bowle, a former priest of the church, on a void piece of ground adjoining the churchyard, given by King Henry VI to maintain a lamp in return for 2s p.a. for all suits. The tenements are now let for £4 13s 4d p.a. The church has a further 2 tenements of the yearly rent of £1 6s 8d, also given to the morrow mass priest. Of which, 2s quitrent to the king; 4s each to 9 poor people (total £1 16s); total deductions £1 18s p.a. Clear remainder £4 2s p.a.
153. [m.30] Hounslow
Almshouse: where poor and sick people are maintained by the inhabitants of the town who pay yearly 'to the lord thereof' 4d. (fn. 23)
155. St Mary Matfelon
Prayers: lands and tenements given by the abbot and convent of St Osyth's for a term of years still to run, 'to be prayed for by the curate or parson', £6 2s 8d p.a. Of which, 13s 4d rent to one [blank] Glasto 'for that he hath purchased the same lands as it is said'. Clear remainder £5 9s 4d p.a.
156. Ealing (Yellinge)
Obit or anniversary: 4 acres of free land, t. John Pynner, bequeathed by William Turnor, sometime vicar, for his soul for ever, 6s p.a. Of which, 3s obit including 1s 3d to the poor; 5d quitrent to Mr Spilman; 6d quitrent to Mr Annsam; total deductions 3s 11d. Clear remainder 2s 1d p.a.
Obit: a customary cottage with a garden and 5½ acres, and an orchard called "Cockes Hawe", t. John Pynner, given by Sir Thomas Cowrtes for his and other souls, 17s 3d p.a. Of which, 2s obit; 4s to the bishop of London; 4d quitrent to the heirs of Clavell; total deductions 6s 4d. Clear remainder 10s 11d p.a.
Obit: 14s p.a. rent from a cottage, a curtilage and 5 acres of land in West Ealing, t. William Nelder who maintains the same 'according to the will and tenor of a copy to him made and granted by William Nedlar his father'. Of which, 6s 8d obit, including 5s to the poor; 1s 2d quitrent to the bishop of London; total deductions 7s 10d. Clear remainder 6s 2d p.a.
Obit: William Ingram gave to Simon Coke certain cottages in order that Coke should maintain an obit for his soul spending 4s p.a. Coke has since sold the cottages to Richard Ingram, and for the past 2 years no obit has been kept.
157. [m.30d] Finchley
Priest: £2 p.a. rent from a [tenement and two crofts] (fn. 24) in the parish t. widow Lyster, with which Thomas Samy by his will enfeoffed various persons to find a priest for his soul for ever, 'if the king's Majesty's laws will suffer it', (fn. 25) or else his executors to sell it. Of which, 5½d quitrent to the bishop of London; 10d quitrent to "Billesworthe Place"; total deductions 1s 3½d. Clear remainder £1 18s 8½d p.a.
Repair of ornaments, mending of highways, and poor relief: £1 6s 8d p.a. rent from a croft in the parish with a house built on it, t. John Moncke senior, and a mease and garden, t. John Peter, with which Robert Warren enfeoffed various persons. Of which, Nil [sic] in quitrent to "Billesworthe Place"; 6s 8d to the poor; total deductions 6s 8d. Clear remainder £1 p.a. Purpose unknown: 13s 4d p.a. rent from 4 crofts of land and meadow in the parish, called "Poyntelles", t. John Whitt, with which Thomas Samy enfeoffed various persons. Of which, 4s 4d quitrent to the bishop of London; 9s to the poor; total deductions 13s 4d. Clear remainder Nil.
Church house: built by the rector, churchwardens and parishioners at their own expense for their 'common assembly as well for matters of the king's as for the church and parish', let to John Slatter at will, 'permitting the said churchwardens notwithstanding to have their liberty of incoming into the same at all convenient times'.
Purpose unspecified: a messuage and 'half a yardland customary', in the parish, and 8 acres of 'land of lords lands', t. John Wayland, given by one Hopkyns, £1 p.a. Of which, 7s 8d quitrent to the bishop of Westminster. Clear remainder 12s 4d p.a.
159. St Mary le Strand (Our Lady of Stronde)
Priest to sing for ever: a tenement or brewhouse called the "Flowre de Luyce", with 5 tenements belonging thereto, t. widow of John Henbury, bequeathed by James Atkinson who held a lease of the premises from the Duchy of Lancaster for a term of years not specified, £5 p.a. Of which, £2 quitrent to the king; £3 for part of the salary of Sir Anthony Torky singing for the said James; total deductions £5. Clear remainder Nil.
Memorandum: 'The parish church of Strand aforesaid before the dissolu tion of the same church (fn. 26) had belonging to it of houseling people 280, and that by the same dissolution there is neither vicar nor curate.'
160. St Marylebone
162. [m.31] Harrow on the Hill
Lady mass priest: a messuage and 101½ acres of land, 5½ acres of meadow and 4s 4¼d rent given by William de Bosco, DD, to Thomas Akyng, chaplain of the said parish, and his successors as chaplains for his soul, £9 16s 5d p.a. Of which, 10s 5d quitrents to divers persons; £9 6s to Sir Thomas Parker 'now serving according to the foundation'; total deductions £9 16s 5d. Clear remainder Nil.
Lamp and poor relief: a close called "Danyelles", t. Robert Edlyn, given by Henry Parson, £1 2s 8d p.a. Of which, 2s 8d quitrent to Richard Redyng; £1 to the poor; total deductions £1 2s 8d. Clear remainder Nil.
Memorandum: 'Within the said parish of Harrow is a free chapel called Tockington (Toddyngton) chapel, distant 2½ miles from the said church, whereunto belongeth certain lands and tenements and the same chapel; by whom, how long time past, or to what use it was founded, the said parson and churchwardens know not, but time out of man's mind hath been belonging, and as a member taken, of the said parish church of Harrow until about 2 years past one John Fynche entered and ever since occupied the same by the grant of one William Leighton that affirmeth he hath purchased it (fn. 27) so that they meddle not with it, which chapel with the lands thereof is worth yearly £6.'
Paschal light and poor relief: 2 tenements and 6 acres of ground, t. Thomas Miles and John Hamond, bequeathed by William Cowrteman, £2 6s 8d p.a. Of which, 3s 4d quitrent; the remainder to the poor, £2 3s 4d; total deductions £2 6s 8d. Clear remainder Nil.
Priest: (fn. 28) cows given by various people, now kept by the following: William Cordall 1; Richard Tompson 4; William Morres 3; Peter Oldes 2; Master Phesaunt 1; William Payle 1; Richard Clerke 1; John Petcher 1; John Jones 1; Thomas Come 1; William Harberd 1; Thomas Miles 1; Robert Bird 1; Richard Colfoxe 2; Robert Jeffreyson 1; John Cayser 2; William Pakyngton 1; William Bone 2; Thomas Petcher 1; John Edrige 2; Richard Dorman 1; John Oldes 1; Thomas Braknocke 1. Total 33 cows at 2s per cow £3 6s p.a.
164. [Stoke] Newington
166. [Number not used]
167. [m.31d] Hanworth*
Memoranda: 444 communicants. Dr Haynes, (fn. 29) rector, receives £26 p.a. Master Smyth, vicar, receives £10 p.a. and finds a priest to serve the cure.
169. Stepney (Stebunheth)
Prayers: a tenement in Freby Street, Limehouse, in the parish, given by Thomas Brett to be prayed for for ever, now t. John Phellipes, £1 13s 4d p.a. Memoranda: 1,360 communicants. Sir Gabriel Donne, rector, receives £50 p.a. Sir Henry More, vicar, receives £33 6s 8d p.a.
170. Chelsea (Chelsey)
172. Great Stanmore (Stanmer Magn')
Two chantry priests, light and obit: £13 6s 8d p.a. salary is paid to the 2 chantry priests (fn. 30) by the Chamber of the city of London which also pays them 13s 4d 'to keep a light in a lamp', and 13s 4d to maintain an 'obit which is dealt to the poor'. The vicar receives from the Chamber 6s 8d to oversee the obit.
Property of the chantry: a chantry priests' house where they dwell, 13s 4d p.a. A house with a back side, let to John Sadeler of London, 10s p.a. A 4 acre field let to [blank] Ogle, widow, 10s p.a. A cottage with an orchard, 6 acres of ground and ½ acre of meadow in the common marsh of Edmonton (Edelmenton), let to Richard Askewe, merchant, £1 3s 4d p.a. An orchard lying behind the barn of John Sadler, merchant, 3s 4d p.a. Of which, 2s 8d is paid to the churchwardens for the repair of the church. Clear remainder £2 17s 4d p.a.
Church repair: 2s 8d is paid by the chantry priests. (fn. 31) There are also 3 shops built in the churchyard by the churchwardens with the help of the parishioners, and let for 6s p.a.; and a croft of 1 acre let for 6s p.a. Of which, 3s 'to the parson or his deputy'. Clear remainder Nil.
179. Great Greenford (Greneford the More)
Five lights before the image of the Trinity and Our Lady: 2 acres of arable land, t. John Lancton, given by Henry Collyn, 1s 4d; (fn. 32) and ½ acre of meadow, t. Robert Colley, 1s 8d; (fn. 3200) total 3s p.a.
180. Ruislip (Rueslyppe)
Memoranda: 480 communicants. The rectory is impropriate to the king's college of Windsor, £18 p.a. 'One Whithorne', (fn. 33) vicar, receives £8 p.a.
181. Willesden (Wyllesden)
Obit: a tenement called "Champnes", £1 10s p.a. Of which, 2s 6d quitrent to the lordship of "Bondes"; 3d quitrent to the lordship of "Brandes"; 6d obit; total deductions 3s 3d p.a. Clear remainder £1 6s 9d p.a.
[m.32d] Masses and a light and lamp: 5s 8d p.a. rent from a meadow called Long Mead and other ground. Of which, 4s 3d masses; 1s bread and ale among the poor; 7d light 'or lamp'; 4d to the churchwardens; total deductions 6s 8d p.a. Clear remainder Nil.
Obit: a house with a garden plot given by Sir Thomas Pollett to John Pollett to keep the obit for his soul, 'and also for the maintenance of a sheep or wether and a calf and as much bread and drink as may be thought convenient to eat the same, and the same to be eaten and distributed to and among the poorest of the same parish only on the day of the obit to be kept', 6s 8d p.a.
182. [West] Drayton
183. Ickenham (Ikenhame)
Chantry priest: £3 6s 8d p.a. from the court of Augmentations from the revenues of Chertsey abbey, to "Sir Phelipe Lymard, (fn. 34) a Frencheman", chantry priest.
Property of the chantry: a house, an orchard, a little croft or close containing a yardland, 7½ acres of arable land, 2 half acres of meadow and a yard, let by the chantry priest to John Taylor for £1 p.a.; 2s 2½d p.a. quitrents received by him: from Dame Blanche Wochan 9½d, from Richard Pennyson 1s and from John Sheperton 5d. Of which, 1s 4d quitrent to the manor of Laleham. Clear remainder £1 0s 10½d p.a. Also a tenement with a close containing an acre of ground, 14 acres of arable land and 3½ acres of meadow, which the chantry priest has for a term of years still to run, and lets at £1 18s 11d p.a. Of which, 12s 11d to Dame Blanche Vochan. Clear remainder £1 6s p.a.
[m.33] Maintenance of the same priest and obit: a tenement, t. Johan Bennet, given by Maud Hamond, 7s p.a. Of which, 1s quitrent to Sir Thomas Wroith; 3s 4d obit; total deductions 4s 4d. Clear remainder 2s 8d p.a.
Brotherhood priest: 3 messuages, 200 acres of land, 100 acres of meadow, 200 acres of pasture, 50 acres of wood and 200 acres of marsh, in the towns of South Benfleet, Hadleigh and Thundersley, Essex, now t. one Jeffray, £10 p.a. Of which, £7 salary to Sir John Bridgeman. (fn. 35) Clear remainder £3 p.a.
Obit: a messuage or tenement called North Hyde and 55½ acres of land, pasture and wood in Heston and Norwood, Middlesex, t. Walter Cole of Heston who holds them by indenture from Alice Danby of London, widow, on condition of maintaining the obit for her soul and others. Rent unknown. (fn. 36) Of which, 2s 4d 'in expenses at the obit, viz. amongst the parishioners there as much as may be made of 3 bushels of wheat and as much ale as can be made of 4 bushels of malt; in cheese 1s; to the choir according to the use and custom there; and to the 2 churchwardens 8d'.
Easter wafers: 14 acres of land 'given out of Groves Place' for the vicar to distribute to the parishioners as many wafers as can be made of 4 bushels of wheat, at Easter 'after they have taken their rights, and for default of so doing then the said land to remain to the said Grove Place', £1 p.a.
Memoranda: 363 communicants. The king is rector and receives £24 p.a. [Blank] (fn. 38) Whitt, vicar, receives £16 p.a.
Obit for the soul of George (?Hene):* kept by his executor, William Whitt, ... . (fn. 39)
Memoranda: 210 communicants. Sir Thomas (fn. 40) Stonard, rector, receives £11 p.a.
189. [m.33d] [Acton: An exact duplicate of 161. The remainder of this membrane blank.]
190. [m.34] The late College of St Stephen Westminster
London and Middlesex: £5 p.a. pension from the court of Augmentations paid by Master Spylman (fn. 41) for an obit for king Henry VIII.
Huntingdonshire: the rectory of Fen Stanton and its tithes, given by Thomas, earl of Nottingham, £26 13s 4d p.a. Of which, 4d quitrent to the Lord Berkeley; £1 6s 8d to the poor; total deductions £1 7s. Clear remainder £25 6s 4d p.a.
Buckinghamshire: the rectory of Bledlow with its tithes ("thenthes"), £20 5s 4d p.a. and "lands late Hitchecockes" belonging to the same, £1; total £21 5s 4d p.a. Of which, 7s quitrent to the provost of Eton; £2 pension to the bishop of Lincoln; 13s 4d to the archdeacon of Bucks; £5 pension to the vicar; 5s to the poor; total deductions £8 5s 4d. Clear remainder £13 p.a.
Yorkshire: the rents of 5 rectories, (fn. 42) including £4 10s for a mill, total £188 10s p.a. Of which, £3 to Sir John Constable, receiver; 6s 8d to the poor; total deductions £3 6s 8d. Clear remainder £185 3s 4d p.a.
London and Middlesex: 3 farms, £220 17s 2d p.a. Of which, £3 6s 8d pension to the dean and chapter; 1s 1d quitrent to the dean; £1 quitrent to the Master of the Rolls; 6d quitrent to the warden of the Fleet; £16 16s 8d fees, as follows: £8 10s to the auditor, £7 collector, 13s 4d bailiff of the liberty, 13s 4d steward, £3 13s 4d fees of divers counsellors in the law retained by the college; total deductions £24 19s 1d [sic]. Clear remainder £195 18s 1d p.a.
Dorset: rents and farms of the manor of Frampton in divers towns, hamlets and parishes, with the profits of courts, £92 13s 11d p.a. Of which, £2 head steward's fee; 16s 8d understeward's fee; £1 bailiff's fee; 11s 6d stewards' expenses; total deductions £4 8s 2d. Clear remainder £88 5s p.a.
Assize rents in Winterborne, (fn. 43) £10 p.a.
[iii] [m.34d] Kent, Sussex, Essex and Hertfordshire: Assize rents of the manor of [Elham] (fn. 44) with farm of demesne lands, wood sales and profits of courts, £87 13s 1d p.a. Of which, £5 bailiff's fee; 6s 10½d steward's expenses; total deductions £5 6s 10½d. Clear remainder £82 6s 2½d p.a.
Rents and farms of Ashford (Esschetisforde) and divers towns, hamlets and parishes, with wood sales and profits of courts, £96 16s 3d p.a. Of which, 1s 6½d quitrent to the manor of Brabourne; £1 castle ward; (fn. 45) £1 to the earl of Arundel for his manor of Postling; 14s 10d to the dean and chapter of Canterbury; 4s 2½d to the king for his manor of [blank]; (fn. 46) £2 11s 2½d to the king for his manor of [blank]; (fn. 47) total £5 11s 9½d; also £6 13s 4d bailiff's fee; £2 head steward's fee; 3s 4d understeward's fee; 9s 4¾d understeward's expenses at courts; total £9 6s 0¾d; grand total of deductions £14 17s 10¼d. Clear remainder £81 18s 5¾d [sic] p.a.
Rents and farms of the manor of Queen Court and Painters, with demesne lands, rent of a watermill, wood sales and profits of courts, £51 3s 1½d p.a. Of which, 10s to Sir Roger Nicholas 'for a quiet of the manor' of Painters; £3 6s 8d bailiff's fee; 4s 8d steward's expenses; total deductions £4 1s 4d. Clear remainder £47 1s 9½d p.a.
Assize rents of Meres Court in divers parishes and hamlets; farm of the manor of Meres Court and Bredhurst with demesnes and wood sales, £24 11s 10d p.a. Of which, £2 to the bailiff and receiver. Clear remainder £21 11s 10d p.a.
Farm of lands and marshes in Iwade called Binwall Marsh, £8 p.a. Of which, 8s 3½d quitrent to John Norton; 1s 6d to Thomas Grovehurst; 1s to John Clerke; total deductions 10s 9½d. Clear remainder £7 9s 2½d p.a. Farm of lands in Halstow 'late Stephen Bulles', £3 6s 8d p.a. Of which, 8s quitrent to John Norton; 2s 3¼d quitrent to the king; total deductions 10s 3¼d. Clear remainder £2 16s 4¾d p.a.
Assize rents of the manor of Witchling (Whitcheling), farm of demesne, wood sales, £12 2s 3½d p.a. Of which, 6d to the sheriff of Kent for blanch rent; £1 6s 1½d castle ward; (fn. 48) total deductions £1 6s 7½d. Clear remainder £10 15s 8d p.a.
[Sussex]: Farm of the manor of Cooden (Codyng) (fn. 49) and demesne, £19 p.a.
[iv] Total of all the possessions, 'the deductions not reprised', £1,080 19s 1¾d p.a. Of which, £105 16s 6d [sic] portion, or stipend, to Dr Chamber, dean, viz: £66 13s 4d for the deanery, £2 for his prebend, £4 18s 2d obits, £18 for his "resydeny", £14 for his dividend; £415 8s 8d to 11 canons (fn. 50) 'at £37 15s 4d the man by year in such profits as is aforesaid'; £125 16s 2¾d [sic] to 11 vicars (fn. 51) at £13 16s 0¼d each in all profits; £29 13s 4d to '4 chantry priests (fn. 52) chaplains' at £7 8s 4d each; £36 17s 1d to 4 lay clerks, viz: £11 2s 7¼d to Robert Lawney, £7 15s 11¼d to William Pampyon, £8 2s 7¼d to John Fuller, £9 15s 11¼d to Thomas Wallyes; £28 15s 9d to 7 choristers (fn. 53) according to the foundation at £4 2s 3d each; £13 3s 4d verger's fee (fn. 54) according to the foundation; £4 1s 6d sub-sexton's fee (fn. 55) by patent; £4 9s 8d wages and stipend of the clock-keeper, (fn. 56) including 9s 8d for obits; £13 10s spent as follows: £7 10s steward, £5 treasurer, £1 each to the dean and 2 canons auditors; £20 8s 2d tenths to the king. Total deductions £798 0s 2¾d. Clear remainder £282 18s 11d p.a.
Norfolk: farm of the manor of Setchey (Seche in Southe Lyn) £24, and of a tenement in Wiggenhall £3, total £27 p.a. Of which, 1s 6½d quitrent to the king; 10½d quitrent to the Lord of Oxford; 1s quitrent to the Lady Clifforde; total deductions 3s 5d. Clear remainder £26 16s 7d p.a.
Payments to 8 poor bedesmen, besides their house-room: £5 6s p.a. each to Robert Derker, Robert Wheler, Nicholas Nelson, John Massy, William Turkyngton, John Shawe, John Kithe, Margaret Charleton as follows: 1s 8d [each] per week (£3 18s p.a.); 3½ yards of cloth for livery at 4s per yard, 14s; 8 yards of cotton for lining, 5s 4d; and 'for the making thereof', 2s; wood and coal, 6s 8d; grand total £42 8s p.a.
Payments to officers: 6s 8d to Robert Derker for keeping the gate of the almshouses; £1 6s 8d to the treasurer for his pains; £7 to Master Reper for his annuity by patent; total £8 13s 4d p.a. Grand total for payments to bedesmen and officers £51 1s 4d. Clear remainder £8 5s 1d [sic] p.a.
Site Of The College And Other Buildings
The church, cloister and other buildings and lodgings are valued at £25 p.a. as appears in a particular survey made by Philip Lentall. The lodgings in Cannon Row, including 13s 4d for a counting house, also valued by Lentall, £35 6s 8d p.a.
190a. Total Value Of Lands In Middlesex: £1,414 9s 5½d.
[190b.] [m.35d] Totals for London and Middlesex
Hampton 1 cow; Harrow 1 cow, 1 horse; (fn. 57) Chiswick 1 cow; South Mimms 1 cow; (fn. 58) Cranford 4 sheep, 2 lambs; Hadley 4 cows; Friern Barnet 4 cows; Tottenham 33 cows: total (fn. 59) 69 cows, 1 horse, 4 sheep, 2 lambs.