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1582 London Subsidy Roll: Queenhithe Ward

Pages 274-278

Two Tudor Subsidy Rolls For the City of London 1541 and 1582. Originally published by London Record Society, London, 1993.

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Citation:

QUENEHITH WARDE

368. [r.51] QUENEHITH WARDE
[Petty collectors: Humfrey Huntley, ironmonger, and Robert Harryson, salter.]
ST PETERS PAROCHE
£ s. d
Frauncys Throgmorton gent in landes (£40) [ass. 100s. in Kent] 53 4
Doctor Vulpe (£10) 10
Robert Holte (£ 15) 15
Roger Pearte (£ 18) 18
Thomas Bell (£4) 4
John Apryce (£5) 5
Edmond Rawlinges (£6) 6
Wylliam Rowth (£4) 4
Humfrey Felstede (£5) 5
Frauncys Warner (£3) 3
Alexander Benett (£3) 3
Rychard Wyatt (£5) 5
Wylliam Jenkinges (£3) 3
Raffe Rodes (£3) 3
John Mynors (£5) 5
John Pedd (£3) 3
Esdras Fayrmaners (£3) 3
Thomas Kyngslaye (£5) 5
Thomas George (£3) 3
John Floraunce (£3) 3
Wylliam Wylcockes (£3) 3
Ryce Rogers (£3) 3
John Byll (£10) [x - Essex 8s.] 10
Straungers
Guylliam Bryscoe (£5) 10
369. ST MICHAELLS, ST MYLDREDES, ST OLAVES AND TRYNYTIE PAROCHES
[English]
Mr Edward Fenner, sergeante at the lawe (£30) [x - Surrey 26s. 8d.] 30
Wylliam Shelley gent in landes (£100) [x - Sussex £6 13s. 4d.] 6 13 4
Anthony Maynie gent in landes (£40) [x - Sussex 56s.] 53 4
Thomas Randoll (£50) 50
Wylliam Wydnell (£70) 3 10
Robert East and Wylliam Skydmore partners (£180) 9
Doctor Symynges (£200) 10
Humfrey Huntley (£50) 50
Roger Hole (£15) 15
Steven Hardwyck (£3) 3
John Vayze (£15) 15
John Howse (£8) 8
Humfrey Rassor (£8) 8
John Cox (£15) 15
George Dytton (£6) 6
Henry Swynnerton (£15) [ass. 18s. 8d.in Kent] 15
Wylliam Hathorne (£6) 6
Thomas Harryson (£3) 3
Frauncys Clarke (£5) 5
John Rooper (£6) 6
Frauncys Brigges (£3) 3
Steven Fytche (£3) 3
John Androwes (£3) 3
Thomas Pakington (£3) [x - Q 24s.] 3
Thomas Wylliams (£3) 3
Edward Sympson (£5) 5
John Smyth (£5) 5
John Allyn (£5) 5
Wydowe Waynewright (£5) 5
Robert Fuller (£3) 3
Raffe Wheler (£4) 4
Anthony Clarke (£3) 3
John Dayssey (£3) 3
[r.52]
William Holligrave (£3) 3
Charles Newell (£6) 6
Morgan Jones (£6) 6
John Whetton (£3) 3
Caleb Trewe (£8) 8
John Fenn (£6) 6
Richard Chestre (£3) 3
370. Henry Battill (£3) 3
Thomas Field (£12) 10 [sic]
Robarte Susan (£8) 8
John Trafton (£8) 8
Richard Lecolte (£10) 10
Widow Savage (£3) 3
Widow Foyster (£3) 3
Roberte Chambers (£3) 3
Niccholas Willson (£3) 3
Clement Homes (£4) 4
James Hill (£3) 3
Richard Thorpe (£8) 8
Thomas Niccholson (£3) 3
Edward Jackson (£3) 3
William Tope (£3) 3
Roberte Postell (£3) 3
Leonerd Brownsword (£3) 3
Thomas Faysse and Richard Sandes (£3) 3
Roberte Peacock (£20) 20
John Chambers (£10) 10
Raffe Strave (£ 12) 12
James Batson (£3) 3
Richard Drewe (£3) 3
Walter Harbert (£3) 3
Thomas Brownrick (£10) 10
Straungers
John van Hoist alias Haunce (£100) 10
Anthonie de Vigo (£30) [a] (fn. 1) 3
John Debins his sonne per poll 4
George Jane his servant per poll 4
Fydt Dome hys servaunt per poll 4
Helgar Alden his servaunt per poll 4
Adam Brane his servaunt per poll 4
Guillyam Marry his servaunt per poll 4
George Camby his servaunt per poll 4
Tyse Lenerd per poll 4
Jacob Nelking per poll 4
Cornellys Nellman (20s.) 2
Peter Bennett per poll 4
John Debavoy (20s.) 2
Elling Debavoy his daughter per poll 4
Susan Debavoy his daughter per poll 4
371. SCT NICCHOLAS AND SCT MARY SOMERSETTES PAROCHES
[English]
John Heynes, Sergeaunt cator (£60) [x - Q £1 6s. 8d.] 3
Humfrey Moseley (£60) 3
Thomas Browne in fees (£30) [x - Heref. 26s. 8d.] 40
John Leak (£50) 50
James Keley (£80) 4
Thomas Sewell (£50) 50
Roberte Harryson (£50) 50
Henry Pierson (£15) 15
Reignold Stone (£15) 15
Edmund Brigges (£3) 3
John Gittinges & Richard Newton (£6) 6
John Lawson (£3) 3
John Walton (£3) 3
Hughe George (£3) 3
John Holstock (£3) 3
Richard Harrys (£25) 25
William Dent (£3) 3
William Nedeham (£8) 8
Richard Gill (£6) 6
Alexander Rowth (£8) 8
Edward Sucklay (£3) 3
John Carter (£4) 4
John Kent (£4) 4
Evans Gryffin (£3) 3
John Kirrye (£5) 5
Edward Joanes (£3) 3
Thomas Grantam (£3) 3
372. Nicholas Padye alias Dragon (£3) (fn. 2) 3
John Pascall (£5) 5
Davyd Fludd (£3) 3
John Daffye (£3) 3
Henry Browne (£4) 4
[r.53]
John Farmor (£3) 3
Phillipp Rowth (£3) 3
John Nokes (£3) 3
Anthony Abbott (£4) 4
James Newham (£3) 3
Thomas Cocksetter (£3) 3
George Nailer (£5) [x - Q 6s.] 5
Richard Wiggins (£3) 3
John Fletcher (£6) 6
Roberte Griffinn (£3) 3
Niccholas Clarke (£3) 3
William Willes (£3) 3
John Ball (£4) 4
Robart Rowse (£3) 3
John Heges & Lewes Randall (£5) 5
Anthony Piersey (£3) 3
Edward Fartlow (£6) 6
Straungers
Bargott Miller (20s.) 2
John Massey (£3) 6
Anthony Vas per poll 4
COMPANIES
The Smythes hall (£10) 10
The Paynter Hall (£6) 6
[Endorsed] Summa 108 16 4

Footnotes

  • 1. Marginal notation: "f process' ad wardam de Castelbaynard."
  • 2. Marginal notation: 'pursuiant ad arm'.' Paddy, as Rouge Dragon pursuivant, was exonerated by virtue of letters patent of 4 June 1549 to the heralds and writ from the queen to the treasurer and barons dated 1 July 1581 (E.359/52, r. 7).