||Lat pistor 'baker'. Cf. Bas 19.
||John de Redbourne (Rodbourne), poulterer 1305 f. Mayors 231, 246. -
Redbourn Hrt, Redbourne Li, Rodbourne W.
||Simon le Barber 1332 S (1 m.), S. de St. Alban, barber 1332 (1332-3)
Will (of St. Stephen). - St. Albans Hrt.
||Adam Attecherch, batour 1299-1300 Mayors 65, A. atte Chirche 1318
LBE 92 (juror ColemSt).
||More (sic) Kelendrer 1332 S (6s. 8d.), perhaps Mone le Lumbard 1305
Mayors 242. Mone is evidently a Lombard name (cf. OG Muno). Robert
Mone 1339 Cor 242 (a juror in BroadSt with John Pelle; cf. Bish 11) may
have been connected with Mone le Kalendrer. - Cf. Appendix.
||John le Chaundeler de Colemanestrate (Colmanstret) 1301 LBB 109,
1310-11 ib. 18, 1312 ib. 50 (apparently deceased, John his son mentioned).
The taxpayer of 1319 will be John junior. Cf. no. 51.
||Mortagne in Orne, etc. or Mortain in La Manche (France).
||Walter Sprot 1318 LBE 92 (witness ColemSt). Probably a >batour< like
Richard Sprot, son of William Sprot (1332 LBE 286, a tenant in ColemSt). -
Cf. 1292 S [Bas 2].
||Walter du (de) Boys, batour 1312 LBD 90 (adm.), 1312 LBB 45. -
Cf. Cand 22.
||Roger le Wirdrawere 1332 S (16d.), R. le Wyrdrawere 1332 LBE 286
(witness St. Stephen Coleman St). A maker of wire.
||ME latoner 'a worker in latten' (ME latoun, OF laton 'latten').
Clere apparently for de Clere. - Clere Ha. Willelmo is written above
Johanne, which was cancelled.
||Anabilia, widow of Walter Grapefige, whose will was enrolled in May
1319. Walter Gratefige was a witness in ColemSt in 1318 (LBE 92). William
Gratefige, his father, was a representative of ColemSt in 1285-6 (LBA 210).
An earlier William Grapefige (or Gratefige) was a sheriff in 1257-8 and was
killed at Lewes in 1264 (1270 Pat). The surname, which shows curious
interchange of Grape- and Gratefige, is obscure. The occupations of the bearers
of the surname are not stated.
||Cristina Caps 1332 S (4s.). - Cappes may be the genitive of Cappe sn
[Langb 28] or the plural of ME cappe 'cap' (<<Cristina with the caps>>?).
||Thomas de Wykham 1318 LBE 92 (witness ColemSt), 1321 (1322)
Will (of St. Stephen). He is called zonarius (girdler) in the copy of the will in
BM II. - Wickham Hrt, Ess, K, Sf, etc.
||Evidently connected with no. 17 and a girdler.
||Philip Gentil 1331 LBE 261, 1332 S (5s. 4d.), Ph. Gentil senior,
felmonger 1346 Will (of St. Stephen). He mentions Adam his father and
Alice his wife, daughter of Richard Ussher [FarrE 103]. - ME, OF gentil
Wrenghere might be identical in meaning with wiredrawer.
||Hugh de Berkhamsted 1326 (1328) Will (of St. Stephen). Very
likely a batour like William de Berkhamstede [Cheap 60]. - Berkhamstead
||Warin de Hodesdon 1332 S (8s.), 1338 (1340) Will (owner of a tenement
opposite London Wall, doubtless in St. Stephen). - Hoddesdon Hrt.
||Perhaps ME bale 'evil; mournful, woful'.
||Alexander le Bourcer of Coleman St, pouchmaker 1344 Plea 211.
||John de Saham, tableter, adm. 1312 LBD 95. - Saham Nf. On tableter
||ME god felawe 'an agreeable companion; a boon companion'.
||Bury St. Edmunds Sf.
||Cf. Adam le Gerdler 1332 S [ColemSt, 8d.]. - OF ceinturier 'girdler'.
||Robert le Naylere 1318 LBE 92 (witness ColemSt), R. le Nayler 1329
(1330-1) Will (owner of tenements in Colemanstrete, wife Joan). Johanna le
Nailere 1332 S [ColemSt, 8d.]. A nail-smith.
||John le Kyng 1309-10 LBD 107 (kissere, ColemSt), 1338 LBF 22
(repr. ColemSt), John, son of William Kyng de Colmanstrete 1339 Will (of St.
Stephen). He was patron of St. Olave Old Jewry (1329, 1333 Ep Reg).
The will of William Le Kyng, kystere (sic) was enrolled in 1308.
||Cf. Richard Fruiter 1332 S [ColemSt, 8d.].
||William Pope 1327 Mem 164, 1332 S (4s.), 1332 LBE 286 (witness
ColemSt). - 'The pope', a nickname.
Garlander 'a marker of garlands'. A garland was a metal chaplet or
circlet for the head. See OED and Mem 133.
Bort may be OF bord, bort 'a bastard'.
||John atte Heg', batour 1312 LBB 45. - ME hegge 'hedge'.
||Richard de Bottele 1332 S (20s.), 1332 LBE 286 (witness ColemSt),
1339 Cor 227 (St. Margaret Lothbury). - Botley Bk, Brk, Ha, Wa.
||John de Gypeswich, appr. of Peter de Sparham [mercer], adm. 1312
LBD 177, J. de Ipswich 1318 LBE 94. - Ipswich Sf.
||Robert atte Hegge and Isabel his wife, daughter of David Foundour
17 R 2 HMC 9th Rep 16 b. The date cannot well be correct, since David le
Foundour seems to be last mentioned in 1309 (LBD 42). Doubtless a batour
like no. 39.
||Robert de Hadham 1299-1300 Mayors 65 (batour), 1319 ADA 1837
(executor of Adam de Mundene, batour, of ColemSt). - Hadham Hrt.
||Belchamp Ess or Beauchamp in France (common).
||Cf. Nicholas le Dubbere 1332 S [ColemSt, 12d.], and 1292 S [Walbr 29].
||William de Hacford 1309-10 LBD 182 (mercer), 1324-5 Cl, W. de
Hakford, mercer 1311 Ann Lond, W. de Hakeford 1312 ib. He was an M.P. in
1319 and 1322. He was imprisoned by Richer de Refham, Mayor, in 1311; this
action is stated in Ann Lond to have been the cause of Richer being deposed
from the Mayoralty. Cf. Cheap 131. - Hackford Nf.
||Adam le Selgraver 1332 S (8s.). - Cf. Appendix.
||Cf. no. 8.
||The surname means 'dry dish', which may refer to an inhospitable
||Richard le Smith 1325-6 Cor 139 (juror ColemSt).
||Simon Deynes 1326 (1329-30) Will, 1344 CW 474 (late ironmonger).
A son of his was John Deynes [1332 S, ColemSt; 1 m.]. - Cf. Cheap 102.
||Perhaps Richard Brid, baker 1309 LBB 224. - ME brid 'bird'.
||Simon Frank 1317 LBE 81 (repr. ColemSt), 1332 Will (of St. Stephen),
S. Fraunk 1318 LBE 92 (witness ColemSt). Probably a batour like John
Frank (1304 Will, of St. Stephen). - ME frank (OF franc) 'free'.
||Richard Knight, appr. of Adam Trugge, adm. 1310 LBD 126, R.
Trugge 1317 LBE 81 (repr. ColemSt), 1318 ib. 92 (witness ColemSt), 1320 ib.
129. A girdler like Adam Trug [1292 S, CripI 76]. Trugg is a master's surname.
||John Gentil 1317 LBE 81 (repr. ColemSt), 1318 ib. 92 (witness ib.),
J. Gentyl 1332 S (16d.). Cf. no. 19. Doubtless a skinner.