The Inhabitants of London in 1638. Originally published by Society of Genealogists, London, 1931.
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ST. ALBAN'S, WOOD STREET.
Sums of the moderate rents is about £1,500 whereof the true Tyth is £206 5s. Tyths now received £106 11s. 4d.
Necessary and yearly charges to be deducted:
|Tenths to the King||1||12||10||ob. quad.[i.e. 3/4].|
|Pension to Westminster||13||8|
|Lost in Tyths||4||0||0|
|£24||3||4||ob. quad [i.e. 3/4]|
|Sum of my yearly profits:||£||s.||d|
|Sum of receipts||£126||19||4|
|Sum of deduction||24||3||4|
So rests due to me in clere and independant mayntenance £102 16s. 4d.
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[William Watts, B.D., was Vicar.]