Subsidy Roll 1319
Farringdon ward infra

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'Subsidy Roll 1319: Farringdon ward infra', Two Early London Subsidy Rolls (1951), pp. 314-327. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=31949 Date accessed: 28 August 2014.


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Warda de ffarnedone infra, Farringdon ward Infra.

Parishes: St. Audoen, St. Augustine Watling Street, St. Martin Ludgate, St. Matthew Friday Street, St. Michael le Querne, St. Nicholas Shambles, St. Peter Westcheap, St. Vedast Foster Lane. Partly in FarrI: St. Faith, St. Gregory by St. Paul's, St. John Zachary, St. Leonard Foster Lane, St. Michael Wood Street.

Alderman: Nicholas de Farndon [CripI 2].

[Mem. 20 r.]

1 t De Thoma de Lyncolne paruo ij.s. vj.d. (fn. 1)
2 t De Thoma de Porkele xl.d. (fn. 2)
3 t De Waltero Sire x.d. (fn. 3)
4 t De Willelmo le Chaundeler viij.d. (fn. 4)
5 t De Radulpho le Salter x.d. (fn. 5)
6 t De Agnete de Auemere x.d. (fn. 6)
7 t De Thoma de Westmonasterio xx.d. (fn. 7)
8 t De Willelmo de Soudele ij.mar. dj. (fn. 8)
9 t De Gilberto de Lesues x.s. (fn. 9)
10 t De Custancia Vigerous v.s. (fn. 10)
11 t De Roberto Langar' dj.mar. (fn. 11)
12 t De Johanne de Lounde dj.mar. (fn. 12)
13 t De Hugone de Hereforde dj.mar. (fn. 13)
14 t De Henrico Langar xiij.d. ob. (fn. 14)
15 t De Thoma Rys xxv.s. (fn. 15)
16 t De Willelmo Albon xx.d. (fn. 16)
17 t De Thoma le Warener ij.s. vj.d. (fn. 17)
18 t De Johanne Sex x.d. (fn. 18)
19 t De Henrico de Gloucestre dj.mar. (fn. 19)
20 t De Michaele atte Gate x.d. (fn. 20)
21 t De Galfrido atte Gate xx.s. 21
22 t De Simone Meel xij.d. (fn. 22)
23 t De Roberto Newecome dj.mar. (fn. 23)
24 t De Andrea de Secheforde vj.s. (fn. 24)
25 t De Willelmo de Louthe xx.d. (fn. 25)
26 t De Vyncencio le Seler x.d. (fn. 26)
27 t De Willelmo de Caustone x.mar. (fn. 27)
28 t De Patricio le Ymager vj.d. ob. q. (fn. 28)
29 t De Gilberto Scot' ix.d 29
30 t De Willelmo le Coupere xl.d. (fn. 30)
31 t De Hugone de Brandone xl.d. (fn. 31)
32 t De Stephano le Spenser x.d. 32
33 t De Johanne de Charteseye vj.d. ob. q. (fn. 33)
34 t De Johanne de Schaftebury x.d. (fn. 34)
35 t De Johanne de Boltone vj.d. ob. q. (fn. 35)
36 t De Hugone de Lyncolne xx.d. (fn. 36)
37 t De Johanne de Claktone xl.d. (fn. 37)
38 t De Johanne de la Mare xij.d. (fn. 38)
39 t De Elya de Salle ij.s. vj.d. (fn. 39)
40 t De Roberto le Mazerer' xvj.s. (fn. 40)
41 t De Willelmo de Caustone xl.d. (fn. 41)
42 t De Relicta Thome de Norhamptone v.s. (fn. 42)
43 t De Waltero le Kyng' J.mar. (fn. 43)
44 t De Johanne le Bokebynder x.d. (fn. 44)
45 t De Henrico le ffisshemonger vj.d. ob. q. (fn. 45)
46 t De Johanne de Badburgham xx.d. (fn. 46)
47 t De Willelmo de Shirewode xx.d. (fn. 47)
48 t De Roberto le Horner x.d. (fn. 48)
49 t De Agnete le Calicer xl.d. (fn. 49)
50 t De Thoma fflorrye xx.s. (fn. 50)
51 t De Waltero le Tabletter' xv.d. (fn. 51)
52 t De Ricardo de Dokesworthe xl.d. (fn. 52)
53 t De Ricardo le Arblaster' viij.s. (fn. 53)
54 t De Adam de Bramptone x.d. (fn. 54)
55 t De Thoma le Taillour vj.d. ob. q. 55
56 t De Willelmo de Cestre xx.d. (fn. 56)
57 t De Thoma Redhode xx.d. (fn. 57)
58 t De Aubino Larblaster dj.mar. (fn. 58)
59 t De Ricardo larblaster x.d (fn. 59)
60 t De Willelmo fflorrye xj.s. (fn. 60)
61 t De Waltero de ffynchyngfelde xl.d. (fn. 61)
62 t De Relicta Willelmi le Cyrger xl.d. (fn. 62)
63 t De Johanne le Cyrger quondam apprenticio Thome de Yuylane xx.d. (fn. 63)
64 t De Johanne de Wrytle xij.d. (fn. 64)
65 t De Henrico de Norwyche x.d. (fn. 65)
66 t De Willelmo de Derby x.d. (fn. 66)
67 t De Margeria le Goldescherster x.d. (fn. 67)
68 t De Johanne ffroyl ij.s. vj.d. (fn. 68)
69 t De Ricardo Candelario x.d. (fn. 69)
70 t De Martino Coco xl.d. 70
71 t De Johanne de Pykenham ij.mar. (fn. 71)
72 t De Adam le Marberer xx.s. (fn. 72)
73 t De Relicta Johannis de Godesname v.s. (fn. 73)
74 t De Ricardo Jurdane xl.d. (fn. 74)
75 t De Thoma le Parchemyner xx.d. (fn. 75)
76 t De Stephano le Plomer' vj.d. ob. q. (fn. 76)
77 t De Johanne le Corder xx.d. (fn. 77)
78 t De Ricardo le Brewer v.s. (fn. 78)
79 t De Johanne le Cyrger xx.d. (fn. 79)
80 t De Humfrido Stacy dj.mar. (fn. 80)
81 t De Johanne de Ware Carnifice xx.d. (fn. 81)
82 t De Waltero le Baker x.d. 82
83 t De Rogero de Hattefelde xiij.d. o. (fn. 83)
84 t De Nicholao de Haleforde x.s. (fn. 84)
85 t De Johanne le Brocher vj.d. ob. (fn. 85)
86 t De Waltero atte Belhous xxiij.s. iiij.d. (fn. 86)
87 t De Johanne de Kyngestone xx.d. (fn. 87)
88 t De Johanne Mounde v.s. (fn. 88)
89 t De Johanne Blaket xl.d. (fn. 89)
90 t De Johanne de Lyndeseye xxiij.s. iiij.d. (fn. 90)
91 t De Johanne le Auener vij.d. (fn. 91)
92 t De Ricardo le Plomer xx.d. (fn. 92)
93 t De Thoma le Keu x.d. (fn. 93)
94 t De Beatricia in ye Lane xl.d. (fn. 94)
95 t De Roberto de Langele xl.d. (fn. 95)
96 t De Ricardo de Herlawe xl.d. (fn. 96)
97 t De Simone atte Gate xiij.d. ob. (fn. 97)
summa .xxix.li. ij.s. o. [?]
Adhue de Warda de ifarndone infra
[Mem. 20 v.]
98 t De Galfrido de Langele xiij.d. ob. (fn. 98)
99 t De Willelmo atte Ok' xx.d. (fn. 99)
100 t De Willelmo le Clerc' xij.d. (fn. 100)
101 t De Johanne Prentiz x.d. (fn. 101)
102 t De Johanne Geruois Juniore xx.d. (fn. 102)
103 t De Johanne Goioun xx.d. (fn. 103)
104 t De Nicholao de Thele vj.d. ob. q. (fn. 104)
105 t De Thoma de Ware xij.d. (fn. 105)
106 t De Ricardo le Kyng' xl.d. (fn. 106)
107 t De Johanne le Kyng Juniore ij.s. vj.d. (fn. 107)
108 t De Ricardo Soyl vj.d. ob. q. (fn. 108)
109 t De Willelmo Kyng' xx.d. (fn. 109)
110 t De Alicia Candle xij.d. (fn. 110)
111 t De Willelmo de Wyntonia xl.d. (fn. 111)
112 t De Willelmo de Stanes J.mar. (fn. 112)
113 t De Johanne Champioun xl.d. (fn. 113)
114 t De Seman le Boucher x.d. (fn. 114)
115 t De Johanne Geruays xx.d. (fn. 115)
116 t De Thoma Poyntel x.s. (fn. 116)
117 t De Ricardo Burgeys vj.d. ob. q. (fn. 117)
118 t De Waltero le Salter ij.s. vj.d. 118
119 t De Roberto de Wyghte xx.d. (fn. 119)
120 t De Thoma le Barber vij.d. (fn. 120)
121 t De Ricardo Sorel ij.s. ij.d. ob. q. (fn. 121)
122 t De Agnete le Bole x.s. (fn. 122)
123 t De Johanne le Northren Juniore vj.d. ob. q. (fn. 123)
124 t De Adam de Cantuaria ij.s. vj.d. (fn. 124)
125 t De Johanne Cole xx.d. (fn. 125)
126 t De Thoma de Loundres xij.d. (fn. 126)
127 t De Johanne de Londonia xiij.d. ob. (fn. 127)
128 t De Henrico de Secheforde J.mar. (fn. 128)
129 t De Willelmo Bon emfaunt x.d. (fn. 129)
130 t De Thoma le Perler xx.d. (fn. 130)
131 t De Mauricio de Herlawe dj.mar. (fn. 131)
132 t De Johanne de Hereforde xx.d. (fn. 132)
133 t De Roberto de Bristowe dj.mar. (fn. 133)
134 t De Laurencio Nicholas xx.d. 134
135 t De Relicta Ricardi atte More ij.s. vj.d. 135
136 t De Thoma Hardy dj.mar. (fn. 136)
137 t De Johanne de Stowe xvj.d. (fn. 137)
138 t De Alano de ffrithebek' xl.d. (fn. 138)
139 t De Radulpho de Blythe xx.s. (fn. 139)
140 t De Willelmo de fforesta ij.s. vj.d. (fn. 140)
141 t De Johanne de Est Wyk' xl.d. (fn. 141)
142 t De Willelmo de Stokewelle xx.d. (fn. 142)
143 t De Rogero de Lyntone J.mar. (fn. 143)
144 t De Roberto de Pypehurste J.mar. (fn. 144)
145 t De Johanne de Gatesdene xx.d. (fn. 145)
146 t De Johanne de Mallyng' xx.d. (fn. 146)
147 t De Willelmo Sporoun x.d. (fn. 147)
148 t De Johanne de Wyrlyngworthe xiij.d. ob. (fn. 148)
149 t De Waltero de Kelee xx.d. (fn. 149)
150 t De Willelmo de Mymmes x.d. (fn. 150)
151 t De Ricardo Bokskyn xx.d. (fn. 151)
152 t De Johanne de Houtone x.d. (fn. 152)
153 t De Thoma de Brigforde x.d. (fn. 153)
154 t De Willelmo Oede xiij.d. ob. (fn. 154)
155 t De Johanne Brice ij.s. vj.d. (fn. 155)
156 t De Roberto le fforester x.d. (fn. 156)
157 t De Gilberto de Balsham xl.d. (fn. 157)
158 t De Johanne de Hamele xij.d. (fn. 158)
159 t De Roberto Burel xiij. d. ob. (fn. 159)
160 t De Ricardo Coterel xx.d. (fn. 160)
161 t De Willelmo de Synnyngham xx.d. (fn. 161)
162 Nichil De Stephano le Nayler (fn. 162)
163 t De Johanne de Lodegershale xl.d. (fn. 163)
164 t De Stephano de Holecote xx.d. (fn. 164)
165 t De Willelmo de Hurlee xx.d. (fn. 165)
166 t De Willelmo de Compeworthe x.d. (fn. 166)
167 t De Alicia de Lughteburghe x.d. (fn. 167)
168 t De Henrico de Bredone manente in redditu R. Hosbonde xl.d. (fn. 168)
169 Taxat' t De Nicholao Crane dj.mar. (fn. 169)
170 t De Willelmo Pykerel vj.s. (fn. 170)
171 t De Ricardo de Shordiche x.s. (fn. 171)
172 t De Roberto ffrere iij.s. (fn. 172)
173 t De Jacobo le Palmere vj.s. (fn. 173)
summa pagine .xij.li. iij.s. viij.d. q.
Summa vtriusque partis .xlj.lj. iiij.s. viij.d. ob. q. prob.
Summa Warde de ffarndone infra et extra .lx.li.
xj.s. v.d. o. q.

Footnotes

1. Thomas de Lincoll 1325 Cor 113 (surety FarrI), Th. Nichole 1332 S [Aldersg, 4s.], Th. de Lincoln 1338 LBF 22 (repr. Aldersg). Probably identical with Thomas son of Thomas de Lincoln senior [Aldersg 5]. If so, doubtless a goldsmith. He may have moved to Aldersgate after his father's death in 1326. Paruus probably 'junior'.
2. Thomas de Porkelee 1332 S [CripI, 2s.], Th. de Porkele 1334 CW 397 (a cousin of Nicholas de Farndon), Th. de Porklee senior, goldsmith 1348-9 Will (owner of a shop in St. Peter). - Portley Sr.
3. Walter Sire 1335-6 CW 409 (got a shop in St. Nicholas Shambles by the will of William King, butcher [no. 109]). Cf. Richard Sire 1332 S [FarrI, 2 m.]. Perhaps a butcher. - ME sire 'master', etc., a nickname.
4. William le Chaundeler 1297 LBB 238 (repr. FarrI), 1309 LBD 99 (chandler, FarrI), W. le Chaundeler near the church of St. Michael le Querne 1306 LBB 178, W. le Chaundelour (-ier) of St. Michael atte Corne 1324-5, 1328 Cl; W. le Chaundeler de Wodestrete 1303 LBB 128, 1325 Cor 113 (St. Peter). The examples represent at least two different persons.
5. Ralph le Saltere 1327 Cl (executor with no. 4).
6. Doubtless the widow of Robert de Anemere (Avemere), taverner 1281 LBB 5, 1290-1 LBA 128, 1305 LBB 159 (a tenant in Friday St). Auemere in the MS. for Anemere. - Anmer Nf.
7. Thomas de Westminster, goldsmith 1309-10 LBD 50 (adm. Farr), 1322 LBE 175 (a tenant in St. Matthew), Th. de Weston (sic) 1332 S (4s.), Th. de Westmenstre, goldsmith 1334 Cl.
8. Possibly William de Sule 1320 Lib Alb 435. It is curious that there are no certain references to this taxpayer. - Southlea in Datchet Bk, Soudley Gl, Sudeley Gl, etc.
9. Gilbert de Lesnes 1317 LBE 76, 81 (goldsmith, repr. Farr), 1325 ib. 205. Cf. Robert de Lesne, aurfaber 1332 S [FarrI], Gilbert de Lesynys 1292 S [Cordw 33]. Lesues in the MS. for Lesnes.
10. Custance (Constance), wife of John Vigr(o)us 1306, 1316 CW 180, 265. J. Vigerous, a vintner (CW 180, foot-note), was a repr. of Farr in 1297 f. (LBB 238 ff.).
11. Robert Langar, goldsmith 1321 LBD 184. - Langar Nt.
12. Lound Li, Nt, Sf, or a form of London?
13. Hugh de Hereford 1310 LBB 16 (saddler), 1311 LBD 302 (provider of harness for the King), 1322 LBE 171 (deceased), 1316 (1332) Will (a tenant in St. Vedast).
14. Henry de Langare, goldsmith 1316 f. ADA 1570, 7834, 1340-1 ib. 2218 (deceased), H. Langar 1317-18 LBE 83, 1329 ib. 235. - Cf. no. 11.
15. Thomas Rys 1317 LBE 76 (goldsmith), 1320 ib. 130, 1328 Will (a tenant in Cheap), Th. le Rys, goldsmith 1327 Cl. - ME ris 'brushwood', 'a twig, small branch'.
16. William Albon, pursere 1332-3 LBF 228 (apparently of St. Michael le Querne). - Cf. Cheap 152.
17. Thomas le Waryner 1325 Cor 133, 1337 ib. 187 (surety FarrI), Th. le Warenner, goldsmith 1332 Cl, Th. (le) Warner 1332 S (16d.), 1335-6 CW 409 (goldsmith). - Cf. Langb 9.
18. If Sex is correct, it might be OE seax, early ME sax, sex 'a knife, short sword', used as a nickname, or Sexi fn (cf. ELPN 80).
19. Henry de Gloucester 1297 LBB 65, H. de Gloucestre 1305 Mayors 214 (holder of a shop in the Goldsmithery), 1332-3 Will (goldsmith, parents William and Willelma; owner of rents and shops in St. Vedast, St. Michael and elsewhere), H. Gloucestr 1332 S (6s. 8d.). Alderman of LimeSt 1300-18. The father may be William de Gloucestre, goldsmith (1252 ff. Pat).
20. 21. Michael le Hattere 1332 S (4s.), 1337 Cor 187 (St. Michael). Geoffrey atte Gate 1320 LBE 129, 1340-1, 1346 LBF 60, 141 (hattere). The gate will be Ludgate or Newgate.
22. Simon Mele, mercer 1300 LBB 99, S. Mee, haberdasher 1303 Mem 47, S. Meeld 1310 LBD 129, S. Meel 1326 Cor 169. Evidently connected with Richard Mele, mercer 1276 LBA 10, R. Melde 1284 ib. 162 (a tenant in St. Vedast), R. Mel 1297-8 LBB 245 (repr. Farr), and Andrew Meel 1311-12 Will (of St. Vedast). - Perhaps OE melda 'informant, betrayer'.
23. Robert, son of William Newcomen, adm. Farr 1309-10 LBD 47, R. Newcomen, sigillarius (seal-engraver) 1310 ib. 248, R. Newecomen, seler 1325 Pat, R. Neucomen 1330 Will (of St. Michael).
24. Andrew de Seccheford 1315 (1324) Misc, 1328 LBE 233 (warden of haberdashers), 1349 Will (merchant, of St. Vedast). He mentions Albin, his father, Henry, his brother, and Henry, his kinsman [no. 128]. The father was Albin de Seccheford, called de Caustone, mercer 1311 LBD 155. Cf. Var 30. - Sedgeford Nf.
25. Perhaps William de Louthe, smith 1345 Plea 215. - Louth Li.
26. Vincent le Seller 1305-6 LBC 202 (witness St. John Zachary). - OF seler 'saddler'.
27. William de Caustone 1307 Mem 61, 1325 Cor 118 (owner of a rent in St. Vedast), 1332 S [Cordw, £8], W. de Causton, mercer 1354 Will (of St. Pancras). A sheriff 1316-17, alderman of BroadSt 1320-1, of Bas 1332-54. A nephew of William de Causton, haberdasher or mercer (1297-8 Will). - Cawston Nf.
28. A sculptor, the only representative of this craft in the roll.
30. Possibly William de Horne, coupere, or W. Gyffard, coupere, both adm. 1311 LBD 76. - ME coupere 'cooper'.
31. Hugh de Branndone 1308-9 LBB 210, H. de Brandone 1324 Cor 98 (tenant of a shop in St. Peter), 1328-9 Ann Lond (one of 24 sent to the King), 1348 (1349) Will (goldsmith, apparently of St. Augustine), H. le (sic) Brandon 1332 S (2 m.). - Brandon Sf, Nf, Li, etc.
33. John de Cherteseie, spurrier 1299-1300 Mayors 52. - Chertsey Sr.
34. Shaftesbury Do.
35. John de Bolton 1325-6 Cor 149 (juror FarrI). - Bolton (common).
36. Hugh de Lincoln, skinner, adm. Farr 1309 LBD 37.
37. John de Clacton(e), tailor 1310 LBB 249, 1311 LBD 74 (adm.), 1331 (1332) Will). - Clacton Ess.
38. De la Mare may be a Norman surname.
39. Elias de Salle, son of Walter Amy, appr. of John de Salle, chapeler, adm. 1310-11 LBD 134 (articled in 1293.), E. de Salle 1305-6 Mayors 237 (St. Michael), 1310-11 LBD 134 (mercer), 1321 Cl. A master's surname. - Sall Nf.
40. Robert le Mazerer 1321-2 LBE 166 (witness St. Michael). Probably a maker of mazer bowls or a goldsmith. - Cf. CripI 71.
41. Cf. no. 27. Very likely a former apprentice of his.
42. Possibly Thomas de Norhamptone 1303 LBC 193 (executor of William de Hereford, alderman), 1307 LBB 194 (pepperer).
43. Walter le Kyng 1309 LBC 173 (witness St. Nicholas), 1321-2 LBE 166 (witness St. Michael), 1325 ib. 197 (of the neighbourhood of the Friars Minors, FarrI). Perhaps a butcher; cf. no. 109.
44. John, son of William le Bokebyndere and Juliana la Hokestere 1317 LBE 76. An illegitimate son of William, whose executors were Petronilla his widow and John, parson of St. Faith.
45. Perhaps. Henry de Redenale, fishmonger, adm. 1311 LBD 78. - Redenhall Nf.
46. John de Baddeburgham 1310-11 LBD 63 (chapeler, adm.), 1310-11 ib. 272 (juror for cappers), J. de Badburgham 1325 Cor 34 (juror FarrE). John de Badeburham 1282 LBB 13 (chapeler of Farr) may be an earlier namesake. - Babraham Ca.
47. William de Shirwode 1322 Cor 61 (surety of no. 53), 1332 S (16d.). Very likely an armourer like Robert de Shirwode 1347 LBF 169 (warden of heaumers). - Sherwood Nt.
48. Robert le Hornere de Luddegate 1332 S (2s. 4d.), R. le Hornere of St. Martin 1337-8 Will (a tenant in St. Martin). - Hornere 'horner'.
49. Agnes, widow of Henry le Calicer of St. Martin, whose will was enrolled in 1312. Cf. Nicholas le Calicer 1332 S [FarrI], N. le Peautrer de Ludgate 1345 (1347-8) Will, N. Caleyser, late peautrer 1349 CW 596. Henry may have been a maker of pewter cups.
50. Thomas Flory 1336 (1337) Will (of Dowg). Perhaps identical with Th. Flory 1323-4 Pat (appointed with the sheriff of Norfolk and Suffolk to arrest certain persons who had attached a ship laden for London with stockfish, etc.). But there was also a Th. Flory of Leicester, merchant (1327 Pat). Thomas was probably a son of William [no. 60].
51. Walter le Tableter 1311 LBB 31, ?1331 LBE 261 (taverner). - Cf. Appendix.
52. Richard de Dokesworth 1310-11 LBD 64 (ironmonger, adm.), 1317 LBE 81 (repr. Farr), 1330 Will (a tenant in St. Martin). - Duxford Ca.
53. Richard le Arblaster 1310 LBD 241 (sworn to keep the gate of Ludgate), Master R. Larblaster 1321 LBE 142 (entrusted with the keys of Ludgate). - Cf. FarrE 38.
54. Adam de Bramptone 1310 f. LBD 116, 153, A. de Brampton of London, bowyere 1317 MxFF 93, A. le Bowyere (Boghiere) 1325-30 Cl. - Brampton (common).
56. William de Cestre, bowiere, adm. 1311 LBD 74, W. Bouere 1332 S (2s. 8d.). A bowyer. - Chester Chs, Db, Du.
57. Thomas Redhod 1322 Cor 61 (surety of no. 173). - <<With a red hood>>.
58. Aubyn le Arblastier, appr. of Stephen le Arblastier, adm. Ludgate 1311 LBD 157, Albin le Bowyere 1325 Cor 128 (St. Gregory). Cf. FarrE 38.
59. Cf. no. 53. The examples given there evidently refer to no. 53.
60. William Flori 1297 LBB 236 (repr. Farr), 1317 LBE 81 (id.), W. Florie 1312 Mem 99 (juror FarrI), W. Flory 1323 Will (son Thomas, cf. no. 50). The occupation of William and Thomas is not given; Thomas may have been a merchant. - Flory (Floria), a woman's name.
61. Walter de Fynchingfeld 1308-9 LBB 209 f. (probably a goldsmith), W. de Finchingfeld 1311 Mem 92 (sworn to keep the keys of Newgate). There were earlier goldsmiths with this surname. - Finchingfield Ess.
62. William le Cirger (Cirgier) de Ivylane (Yvylane) 1311 LBD 159, 1313 LBE 10. A wax-chandler. Ivy Lane is in FarrI.
63. John Thorold de Wytham, appr. of Thomas de Ivylane, cirger 1311 LBD 150, J. de Ivylane 1332 S (2s. 8d.), 1347 Will (a tenant in Ivy Lane). Thomas de Yvylane (1316 Will) had a tenement in St. Faith. - Witham Ess, Li, So, Wytham Brk.
64. John de Writele 1307 Mayors 256 (juror Paternosterstrete, FarrI). - Writtle Ess.
65. A Henry de Norwych was a creditor of some Gascons in 1299 (LBC 46).
66. Possible examples: William de Derby 1319-20 Mem 136 (6 pairs of shoes of his seized), W. Derby 1349 CW 577 (got a tenement in St. Martin Ludgate).
67. Goldescherster, not otherwise known, may mean 'a maker of orphrey'.
68. John Froylle, cirgiarius 1310 LBD 113, J. Froyle, Chaundeler 1332 S (3s.4d.), J. Froyl, cirger 1343 Plea 162. A wax-chandler. - Perhaps Froyle Ha, in spite of the absence of the prep. de.
69. A chandler.
71. John de Pikenham 1316 LBE 69 (paternostrer), 1317 ib. 81 (repr. Farr), J. de Pykenham 1332 S (10 m.), 1331 (1334) Will (paternostrer, a tenant in St. Michael). - Pickenham Nf.
72. Adam le Marberer 1315-16 LBE 56 (mason), 1331 Will (of St. Michael). - ME marberer 'worker in marble'.
73. Very likely a paternostrer. Cf. Richard Godesname, paternoster 1311. LBB 27 and Cheap 25.
74. Richard Jurdan, paternostrer 1293 LBC 18, R. Jordone 1317 LBE 81 (repr. Farr), R. Jordan, paternostrer 1321 Will (a tenant in St. Michael). - Cf. 1292 S [Ports 5].
75. Thomas de Baldeswelle, parchemener, adm. 1311-12 LBD 85. A parchment-maker. Bawdeswell Nf.
76. Stephen le Plomer 1332 S (16d.), S. Plomer 1347 LBF 166 (juror Newgate). Apparently a plumber.
77. John Ropere 1337 Cor 196 (surety FarrI).
78. Richard le Brewere 1325 Cor 132 (juror Farr I), 1332 S (5s. 4d.).
79. Cirger 'wax-chandler'.
80. Humphrey Stacy 1310, 1312 LBD 123, 175 (cornmonger), 1326 Cor 157 (juror FarrI), Umfrey Staci 1320 LBE 129. - Cf. Walbr 74.
81. John de Ware, bocher 1343-4 Plea 193. Perhaps an apprentice of Luke de Ware, butcher of St. Nicholas (1316 Will). - Ware Hrt.
83. Roger de Hatfeld 1332 S (20s.). Probably connected with John de Hatfeld, chandler 1317 Will (owner of a shop in St. Michael). - Hatfield common).
84. Nicholas de Halweford (Halgheford) 1313, 1318 LBE 8 f. (guardian of the children of John de Halghford), N. de Haleford 1332 S [Castle, 8s.], N. de Halgheford 1331 (1333) Will (a tenant in Friday St and in Dowg). The will of John de Halgeford, goldsmith, was enrolled in 1308-9. Nicholas was probably an apprentice of his and a goldsmith. - Halliford Mx.
85. Cf. Bas 27.
86. Walter atte Belhous 1299-1300 Mayors 59 (cornmonger), 1327 Will (a tenant in St. Audoen), W. atte Bellehous 1310 LBD 241 (sworn to guard Newgate). Roger, his son, founded chantries for Walter in St. Nicholas and St. Michael by his will of 1342. - The Belhous may be St. Paul's Bell Tower east of the church; cf. Stow I, 330.
87. John de Kyngyestone, pelterer 1316 Mem 119 (juror FarrE), J. de Kyngestone 1325 LBE 196 (of the neighbourhood of the Friars Minors), J. de Kyngeston, skinner 1336 Will (a tenant in St. Nicholas and St. Sepulchre within Newgate). - Kingston Sr.
88. John Mounde 1310-11 LBD 62 (baker, adm.), 1332 S (20s.), 1334 CW 409 (cornmonger). - Perhaps ME mounde 'power, strength' (a nickname).
89. John Blaket de St. Alban, blader (cornmonger) adm. 1311 LBD 68. For the surname cf. William Blaket 1275 RH 191 (Hrt), Robert Blaket, broker of peltry 1300 LBC 68. Possibly from an OE font-name *Blæcgeat.
90. John de Lyndeseye 1299-1300 Mayors 59 (chandler), 1310 LBD 114 (id., of Farr), 1327 Ep Reg (of St Nicholas). - Lindsey Li.
91. OF avenier 'oatmonger'.
92. Richard, son of Hugh le Plomer (1304 Will), who left him part of a house in St. Michael. Apparently a plumber.
93. OF keu 'cook'.
94. Perhaps widow of John in the Lane 1300 Mayors 68 (sold a horse at Smithfield), J. in Thelane, cossour (horse-dealer) 1310 LBB 254.
95. Robert de Langgele 1311-12 LBD 166, R. de Langelee 1332 S (2s. 8d.), 1348 Will (butcher, a tenant in St. Sepulchre). - Langley (common).
96. Richard de Herlawe 1310-11 LBD 64 (butcher, adm.), 1332 S (2s. 8d.). Or, R. de Herlawe, tailor 1311-12 LBD 163 (appr. of no. 172, adm.). The place between two butchers in both rolls suggests that the taxpayer was the butcher. - Harlow Ess.
97. Simon atte Gate 1328 LBE 233 (warden of butchers), 1332 S (12s.), 1349 Plea 228 (butcher of St. Nicholas). - Cf. no. 20.
98. Geoffrey de Langgele 1310 LBD 115 (butcher, Farr), G. de Langleye 1316-17 CW 269 (id.; got property in St. Nicholas), G. de Langeleye 1337 Cor 195 (juror FarrI). - Cf. no. 95.
99. William, son of Richard atte Noke, butcher, adm. 1311 LBD 73, W. atte Noke 1328 LBE 233 (warden of butchers), 1330-1 ib. 258 (butcher). - Rock Wo, Roke O (?).
100. William le Clerk 1325 Cor 123 (surety FarrI), 1328 LBE 233 (warden of butchers), W. Clerk 1332 S (16d.), W., called le Clerk, butcher 1336-7 CW 417 (tenant of a shop at the Shambles of St. Nicholas).
101. Perhaps John Prentys 1332 S [FarrE, 16d.]. - Cf. Aldg 19.
102. Doubtless a butcher like no. 115.
103. John Guyoun 1322 LBE 171 (witness St. Nicholas), J. Goioun 1328 LBE 233 (warden of butchers), J. Goioun (Gioun), son of J. Goioun, butcher 1349 CW 622. Cf. Jordan Goioun, butcher 1306 LBB 176. - ME goion, goion 'gudgeon'.
104. Doubtless connected with John de Thele, butcher of St. Nicholas 1292 LBA 181. - Cf. 1292 S [Walbr 63].
105. Thomas de Ware 1320 LBE 133 (a butcher), 1332 S (6s. 8d.). - Cf. no. 81.
106. Richard Osebern, appr. of William le Kyng, butcher (Farr) for 6 years 1309-10 LBD 106, R. Kynge 1328 LBE 233 (warden of butchers), R. le Kyng 1332 S (2 m.), R. Kyng, butcher 1347 (1348-9) Will (of St. Nicholas).
107. John le Kyng 1306 LBB 176 (butcher), 1327 Plea 46 (claimant of a tenement in St. Nicholas), 1332 S (2s. 8d.).
108. Richard Sayl, butcher, adm. 1311 LBD 80, R. Shail 1320 LBE 133 (a butcher). Cf. Humfry Scheil 1276 LBB 259, Laurence Shail, cook, adm. 1311 LBD 80. - Soyl probably for Sayl or Seyl. The surname may come from ME shaile 'to stumble, walk in a shambling manner'. Cf. Shailard 1292 S [Dowg 49].
109. William le Kyng 1309-10 LBD 106 (butcher, Farr), W. Kyng, butcher 1334 (1335-6) Will (a tenant in St. Nicholas). Doubtless a son of John le King (1280 Will).
110. Very likely the widow of William Candel 1291 LBC 190 (witness Farr). - "The candle', a nickname (?).
111. William de Wynchester 1311-12 LBD 84 (cordewaner, adm.), W. de Wynchestre 1325 LBE 197 (warden of Newgate), W. de Wynton 1332 S (2s.), 1337 Cor 195 (juror FarrI). Millicent, relict of W. de Wynton 1347 (1349) Will (a tenant in St. Peter).
112. William Stanes 1299-1300 Mayors 62 (cordwainer), W. de Stanes 1318 LBE 97, 1321-2 Will (owner of shops in St. Peter). - Staines Mx.
113. John Champion of London 1310 Pat, J. Champyoun 1322 LBE 171 (witness St. Nicholas), J. Champion 1346 Cl (merchant).
114. Seman de Nortone, butcher 1310 LBD 116 (Farr).
115. John Gervais 1320 LBE 133 (a butcher), J. Gerveys 1327 Ep Reg (parishioner of St. Nicholas), 1328 LBE 233 (warden of butchers), 1332 S (2s. 8d.). - OF Gervais fn.
116. Thomas Poyntel 1319 LBE 109 (sworn to survey meat at Westcheap), 1327 Ep Reg (parishioner of St. Nicholas), 1333 Will. - Cf. 1292 S [CripI 70].
117. ME burgeis 'burgess' or Burgeys fn (cf. 1292 S, BishI 2).
119. Robert de Wyght, vintner 1319 LBE 110, R. de Whigh, taverner 1320 ib. 128. Or, R. de Wyght 1328 LBE 234 (warden of tailors), 1332 Plea 94 (surety of a tailor). The vintner may have been of Vintry. - The Isle of Wight.
120. Possibly Thomas Orgor, barber, adm. Farr 1309 LBD 38.
121. Richard Sorel 1311 LBD 70 (cordewaner, adm.), 1332 S (2 m.), 1337 Cor 187 (St. Michael). - ME, OF sorel 'reddish brown', sb. 'a sorrel horse'.
122. Agnes, late wife of Gilbert le Bole 1325 Will (a tenant in St. Nicholas). G. le Bole, a cordwainer (1303 Mayors 147), by his will of 1304-5 left to Agnes, his wife, tenements in St. Michael. - ME bule 'a bull'.
123. John de Northerne 1301 Cor 20 (surety FarrI). - 'The Northerner'.
124. Adam de Canterbure 1301 Cor 20 (surety FarrI), A. de Canterbury 1311 LBD 78 (adm.), 1325 Cor 132 (juror FarrI). Perhaps a saddler like John de Canterbury 1325 Cor 119 (surety FarrI).
125. John Cole 1337 Cor 187 (surety FarrI), perhaps 1335-6 LBF 8 (brewer), 1343 Plea 195. - Cole, ON Koli fn (cf. ELPN 78 f.).
126. Loundres is a French form of London.
127. Perhaps John de London, batour 1299-1300 Mayors 65, 1303 LBB 124.
128. Henry de Segeford, merchant 1315 CW 256, H. de Schechford 1329 Ep Reg (parishioner of St. Leonard), H. de Segford 1332 S [Aldersg, 6s. 8d.], H. de Secheford 1337 (1339) Will (a tenant in St. Michael, St. Leonard, St. Agnes, etc.). Alderman of Aldersg 1319-35, of Crip 1335-6, Chamberlain 1328-36 (LBE 192 ff.), an M.P. 1335-6. According to Ald Lond a mercer.- Cf. no. 24.
129. William Bonenfant, seler 1311 LBD 78 (adm.). - A French surname synonymous with Goodchild.
130. Thomas le Perler 1312 Mem 99 (juror FarrI), 1332 S (16d.). - A derivative of ME perle 'pearl', perhaps 'maker of glass pearls' or 'paternostrer'.
131. Maurice de Herlawe 1304 LBC 140, 1328 LBE 232 (warden of saddlers), 1332 S (12d.), 1342 (1343) Will (owner of rents in St. Vedast). - Harlow Ess.
132. John de Hereford 1328 LBE 232 (warden of saddlers), 1332 S (16d.), 1338 LBF 24 (late saddler).
133. Robert de Bristoll 1319-20 LBE 117 (saddler), 1329 Ep Reg (parishioner of St. Leonard), 1348 Will (saddler, a tenant in St. Vedast and elsewhere).
136. Thomas Hardy 1328 LBE 232 (warden of saddlers), 1332 S (4s.), 1345 (1346) Will (a tenant in St. Sepulchre, FarrE, and St. Giles, CripE). - Cf. Aldg 8.
137. John de Stouwe 1323 Parl Writs (surety of Thomas Rys, no. 15). - Stow (common).
138. Alan de Frechebeke 1327 Mem 160 (saddler), A. de Frithebek 1328 LBE 232 (warden of saddlers), A. de Frethebok (sic) 1332 S (4s.). Thomas de Frethebek (1359-60 Will), probably a son of his, was of St. Vedast. - Firbeck YW.
139. Ralph de Blida, saddler 1309 LBB 211, R. de Blithe 1328 LBE 232 (warden of saddlers), 1332 S (2 m.), 1341 Will (owner of rents in St. Nicholas). There were earlier saddlers with this surname. - Blyth Nt, Nb.
140. William de la Foreste 1292 LBA 141 (cutler), 1298-9 Mayors 49 (smith), W. ate Forest 1332 S (2s. 8d.). - A French surname or a rendering of atte Wode.
141. Perhaps a chandler like Thomas de Estwyk (1337 Cor 186, juror FarrI). - Eastwick Hrt.
142. William de Stokwelle, painter 1327 Mem 158, W. de Stokwell, pictor 1346 (1347) Will (a tenant in St. Giles, CripE, and All Hallows Bread St). - Cf. 1292 S [CripE 16].
143. Roger de Lintone 1297-8 LBB 245 (repr. Farr), R. de Lyntone 1309-10 LBD 214 (witness FarrI), R. de Lyntona 1322 Will (a tenant in St. Vedast). Probably a saddler like W. Pykerel [no. 170], his son-in-law. - Cf. 1292 S [BishI 19].
144. Robert de Pypherst 1286 Pat, R. de Pipehirst, gold-beater 1306 LBC 178, R. de Pyphurst, aurimalleator 1315 LBE 45, R. de Piphurst, aurimalletor 1312 (1322-3) Will (a tenant in Gutter Lane, FarrI). A gold-beater (not a goldsmith). - Pipers Fm in Tandridge Sr.
145. John de Gadesdene 1325 Cor 119 (St. Vedast), J. de Gatesdene, brewer 1338-9 Cor 210 (juror Crip). Cf. Robert de Catesdone (sic) 1280 LBA 202 (a tenant in St. Vedast). - Gaddesden Hrt.
146. John de Mallinge 1325 Cor 134 (St. Vedast), J. de Mallyng 1332 S (2s. 8d.), J. de Mallyngg, goldsmith 1341 (1342) Will (a tenant in Gutter Lane, FarrI). - Malling K, Sx.
147. William Sporoun of London, goldsmith 1332 KFF (a claimant in Lewisham), W. Sporoun 1332 S [CripI, 1 m.], 1346 LBF 146. Cf. Ralph Sporoun 1319 Will (a tenant in St. Sepulchre within Newgate), Benedict le Esporouner 1291 LBC 1 (repr. Farr). - Apparently OF esperon 'spur', but perhaps a shortened OF esperonier 'spurrier'.
148. John de Wilryngworth, goldsmith 1324 Fine (commissioned to search the King's tin-mines in Devon and Cornwall for gold). Cf. Salzman, Industries, p. 67. - Worlingworth Sf.
149. Perhaps Keal Li. Cf. Simon de Kele 1307 LBB 200, Thomas de Keles 1311-12 ib. 33 (both goldsmiths, residence unknown).
150. William de Mymmes 1332 S (2 m.), 1334 (1335) Will (cordwainer, a tenant in St. Peter and St. Mary le Bow). - Mimms Mx, Hrt.
151. Richard de Gravele, called Bokskyn, appr. of Walter Polyt, fuyster, adm. 1311 LBD 150 (ingress Farr 1276), R. Bukskyn, saddler 1327 Mem 160, R. Bokeskyn 1328 LBE 232 (warden of saddlers). - 'Buckskin', a nickname. Cf. William Buckescin c. 1240 Book of Seals 385 (witness Nf). Graveley Ca, Hrt.
152. John de Houtone 1321-2 Cor 44 (surety of a saddler), 1328 LBE 232 (warden of saddlers), J. de Houghtone, saddler 1327 Mem 161 (forbidden to exercise his craft). - Houghton (common).
153. Very likely a goldsmith like John de Brigeford 1332 S [FarrI, 4s.], J. de Bricheford 1334 (1335) Will (a tenant in St. Matthew). - Bridgford Nt, St, Brushford D, So.
154. William Oede, goldbetere 1341 LBF 62, W. Ode 1353 Cl. William in 1341 had for surety Nicholas Oede, gold-beater. Connection is probable between these two and Odo le Goldbeter 1305 Mayors 175 (of Gutter Lane). - OG (OF) Eudo (Odo) fn.
155. John Brice, seler 1304 LBC 139. A saddler. - Brice, a French fontname.
156. Robert le Forestier de Aldenham, auriverberator (gold-beater) of London 1322 LBE 173, probably R. de Aldenham 1305 LBE 15, R. le Forester 1344 LBF 112 (deceased). - Cf. CripI 90.
157. Gilbert de Balesham, saddler, adm. 1311 LBD 73, G. de Balsham 1327 Mem 160 (saddler), 1328 Will (a tenant in Bas and St. Andrew Holborn). Cf. Ralph de Balesham 1280 LBA 202, Richard de Balsham 1315-16 Will, both saddlers of St. Vedast. - Balsham Ca.
158. John de Hamele 1305-6 LBB 167 (surety of a saddler), J. de Hamelee, saddler 1306 ib. 160. - Hamble Ha.
159. Robert Burel 1312 LBD 94 (cordewaner, adm.), 1343 Cl (brother of Henry Burel, whose will was enrolled in 1325). - A French surname. OF burel means 'coarse cloth', but may have meant originally 'brown' (OED).
160. Richard Cotrel, cordewaner, adm. 1312 LBD 94, R. Coterel 1319-20 LBE 118 (sworn to survey shoes), 1333 Will (cordwainer, a tenant in St. Nicholas Acon, St. Pancras, St. Michael Wood St, etc.). - Cf. BreadSt 46.
161. William de Siningham 1299-1300 LBC 57 (warden of cordwainers), W. de Singham, master cordwainer 1303 Mayors 148, W. de Synyngham 1325 Cor 132 (juror FarrI). - Seninghem in Pas de Calais.
162. Probably identical with Stephen le Cloer 1292 S [Bas 3].
163. John de Lutegreshale, goldsmith 1302 Mayors 136, 1306 LBB 172, J. de Ludgarshale 1324 Will (owner of a shop in St. Peter in the Goldsmithery). - Ludgershall Bk, W, Ludgarshall Gl, Lurgashall Sx.
164. Stephen de Hollecote, cordwainer 1299-1300 Mayors 62. - Holcot Bd, Np.
165. Master William de Hurlee, carpenter 1332 Mem 187, 1346 Pat, Master W. de Hurle, carpenter 1350 Pat. - Hurley Brk, Wa.
166. William de Coumpeworth, girdler 1309 LBD 98 (apparently Walbr). - Comfortsplace in Godstone Sr.
167. Her husband may have been Andrew de Lughteburgh, cordwainer (1299-1300 Mayors 62). - Cf. Bridge 71.
168. Cf. John de Breden 1332 S [FarrI, 12d.], Robert de Bredone 1345 LBF 119 (witness of a transaction between two cornmongers). Roger Hosbonde [Tower 41] was a cornmonger, and Henry de Bredone may well have been one too. - Bredon Wo, Breedon Le.
169. Nicholas Crane 1310 LBD 242 (butcher), 1311-12 ib. 83 (butcher, adm.), 1311 Mem 92 (sworn to keep the keys of Newgate), 1327 Ep Reg (parishioner of St. Nicholas), 1332 S (£4), 1338 LBF 20 (merchant), 1342 Will (of St. Nicholas). A sheriff 1337-8, alderman of Aldersg 1336-42. - Crane, the bird, a nickname.
170. William Pykerel 1322 CW 297, 1328 LBE 232 (warden of saddlers), 1332 S (6s. 8d.), 1350 Plea 239 (saddler). Cf. no. 143. - ME pykerel 'a young pike'.
171. Richard de Shordich 1303 Mayors 147, 1328 (1329) Will (a tenant in St. Vedast and St. Botolph Aldersgate), R. de Shoresdich, goldsmith 1324-5 LBE 188. - Shoreditch Mx.
172. Robert Frer 1299 Mayors 50 (juror with Andrew Mele; cf. no. 22), R. Frere 1311-12 LBD 163 (tailor of Farr). - Cf. 1292 S [Bridge 12].
173. James, son of Thomas le Paumer 1310-11 LBD 273 (juror for cappers), 1312 ib. 178 (capper), J. le Palmere 1321 LBE 142 (entrusted with the keys of Ludgate), J. le Palmer 1327-8 Will (a tenant in St. Martin Ludgate). The will of Thomas le Palmere was enrolled in 1313. - Cf. 1292 S [Bridge 66].