The Inhabitants of London in 1638. Originally published by Society of Genealogists, London, 1931.
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ST. MARY COLECHURCH.
|Richard Cowdal's certificate for St. Marie Colechurch.|
|The value of St. Marie Colechurch in London may be £1,000, but the more moderate £800 in particular as it followeth in these columns. (fn. 1)|
|Mrs Forster, house and shop||8|
|Mr. Cary, house and shop||12|
|Mr. Haccet [elsewhere Hacker]||12|
|Shopkeepers, but not inhabitants.|
|Mr. Sherton [elsewhere Sherston]||16|
|Hide and his two partners||16|
As concerning the meeting by his Majesty's order enjoyned, it came to nothing; the principals of the city's side did not appear and it seemeth to us ministers that they have no meaning to come to any agreement especially about the valuation of houses though it be ordered by superior authority and with great moderation to be performed.