The Inhabitants of London in 1638. Originally published by Society of Genealogists, London, 1931.
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ST. MAUDLIN NEAR OLD FISH STREET.
MS. p. 243a.
There is no glebe that I know of, now belonging to this Church though it appears by divers records that above 40 houses were given unto it and enjoyed in right of it heretofore. Neither is there any parsonage house now to be found, though there be yet a place here called parsonage alley. The rent of the house which now I dwell in, is paid by the Churchwardens yearly, but they will pay it no longer for me if tithes be raised, so that, de futuro, house rent must be added to the deductions that follow before what I have here set down can be adjudged to be independent maintenance.
So remains clear £92 13s. 10d.