Subsidy Roll 1292
Bassishaw ward

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Eilert Ekwall

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1951

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190-191

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'Subsidy Roll 1292: Bassishaw ward', Two Early London Subsidy Rolls (1951), pp. 190-191. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=31925 Date accessed: 22 September 2014.


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Warda de Bassieshawe, Bassishaw ward.

Parish: St. Michael Bassishaw.

Alderman: Ralph le Blund, goldsmith (c. 1270-95). Will enrolled 1295-6. Apparently resident in St. John Zachary, Aldersg (LBC 201).

[Mem. 5, col 1.]

1 Ric' de Caumpes xl s. (fn. 1)
2 Willelmus sport ij m. (fn. 2)
3 Stephanus le cloer xl d. (fn. 3)
4 Rob' le Norreys di.m. (fn. 4)
5 philippus de Norhamptone xx s. (fn. 5)
6 Thomas de fullesham ij m. (fn. 6)
7 Will' le Teyare xl d. (fn. 7)
8 Water le brasur xl d. (fn. 8)
9 Dauid le fundur xl d. (fn. 9)
10 Thomas perceval ij m. (fn. 10)
11 Joh' le bukeler (fn. 11)
12 Water de Endone xl d. (fn. 12)
13 Adam le chaucer xl d. 13
14 gilian de parys xl d. (fn. 14)
Summa viij.lj. et dimid'.
Capit'. xiiij.

Footnotes

1. Richard de Caumpes 1285 LBA 90, 1285-6 ib. 210, 1295 LBB 235 (repr. Bas), 1300 LBC 79 (elected sheriff), 1310 Will (ironmonger, of St. Michael; sons Thomas, Iter). Cf. 1319 S [BroadSt 15]. - Camps Ca.
2. William Sprot, batur 1295 Will (of St. Michael). - Sprot fn (DB, etc.), evidenced early in London (ELPN 65). Or a by-name cognate with Sprot.
3. Stephen le Naylere 1299-1300 Mayors 64, S. le Nailere 1309-10 LBB 231, 1311 ib. 30, S. le Nayler 1319 S [FarrI 162]. Cloer must be a derivative of OF clou 'nail', synonymous with OF cloutier 'nail-smith'.
4. Robert le Nor(r)eys 1275 RH 403 (juror Bas), 1291-2 LBA 179 (painter, executor of Margery, widow of Nicholas de Netton), possibly R. de Basseyeshawe 1295-6 Will (of St. Michael). Nicholas de Neketon was a juror for Bas in 1275 (RH 424). - ME Norreis, OF Noreis, probably 'Northerner' rather than 'Norwegian'.
5. Philip de Norhampton 1297 LBB 238 (repr. Bas), 1299 (1320) Pat, Ph. de Norhamtone, fripperer 1300 LBC 72. Cf. 1319 S [Bas 13, 28].
6. Thomas de Fulsham 1295 CW 120 (guardian of the children of Robert de Fulsham), Th. de Fulham 1298-9 ib. 141 (deceased). Isabella, widow of Th. de Folesham, was a creditor of Ralph de Folesham in 1299 f. (LBB 87, 96). Thomas was very likely a mercer like Stephen de Folsham (1290-1 LBA 128) and John de Fulsham (1312 LBD 170). - Foulsham Nf.
7. Cf. Geoffrey le Tezere 1324-5 CW 313, Philip le Tyeghmakere 1336-7 Cor 181, Nicholas le Tyeghmakiere 1339 ib. 241 (jurors BroadSt). The surnames seem to mean 'maker of caskets', like G Schreiner, MDu scrinmaker, and belong to tye (tie) 'a small box for jewels, etc.; a casket' (OE teag).
8. Presumably a brewer. Cf. CripI 16.
9. David le Foundour 1304 LBC 140, 1309 LBD 42 (a founder).
10. Thomas Perceval 1293-4 LBA 150 (a fripperer), 1303 Mayors 151, 1312 Will (merchant, of St. Bartholomew, BroadSt). Thomas may have moved after 1292.
11. John le Bokeler 1275 RH 403 (juror Bas). - Cf. Appendix.
12. Endone probably for Hendone. If so, perhaps Walter de Hendone, ceinturer (girdler) 1305 LBB 163 (a debitor of William de Hiclingge, clerk of the chamber of the Guildhall). - Hendon Mx.
14. Juliana, widow of Robert de Paris, whose will was enrolled in 1290. Robert was a juror for Bas in 1275 (RH 403). Cf. 1319 S [Bas 5]. Gilian is a form of Juliana.