||John Belamy de Eldesanford, co. Essex, adm. 1311-12 LBD 86, J.
Belamy 1316 Cl (a creditor for 210 marks of the Abbey of Kingswood),
1318 LBE 93, 1327 Cl. J. Belamy of Great Saunford (now Sampford) was a
tenant in Sheering in 1315-16 and a claimant with Thomas Rys [FarrI 15]
in E. and W. Thurrock and Stifford in 1325-6 (EssFF II, 166, 242). He
was perhaps a woodmonger like the next two. - ME belamy 'fair friend',
especially as a form of address.
||John Fairhod 1299 LBC 45, 1300 ib. 77 (a juror concerning forestalling
of wood and coal), 1311 Parl Writs (sworn to guard the chain of Castle
Baynard with no. 3), 1319-20 Will (of St. Andrew). Probably a woodmonger.
- Fairhod 'with a fine hood'.
||Thomas de Hales, woodmonger 1309-10 LBD 106, 1310 ib. 121, Th. de
Hales 1312 LBB 51 (junior), 1327 (1328) Will (a tenant in St. Andrew); cf.
also no. 2. There was an elder Th. de Hales, woodmonger, e.g. 1275-6
LBB 258. - Hales Nf, Sa, St, Halesowen Wo.
||John Soke 1323 Cor 72 (St. Bartholomew, BroadSt), 1324 Plea 24
(debitor of a merchant of Louvain), J. Sok 1332 S [BroadSt, 20s.]. See also
BroadSt 74. Evidently a merchant, perhaps a draper or mercer. - Soke may
be a nickname (Socca, by-name DB; cf. Tengvik 371).
||Geoffrey de Anesty of Edmonton 1323 HMC 9th Rep 36 a. He gave a
tenement in Edmonton to Robert his brother. Richard son of Geoffrey
Anesty was a grantor there in 1338 (ib. 30 b), and William son of Geoffrey
was executor of Robert de Anesty senior de Edelmeton (1336-7 Will).
Other bearers of the surname: John de Annesty, mercer 1299 LBC 48, J.
Danesty 1299-1300 Mayors 55; Richard Anesty 1303 Mayors 147, R. de
Anesty 1317-18 Cl (draper), 1318 Will (of St. Andrew; brothers Robert,
William). The members of this family, associated with Castle and Edmonton,
seem to have been mercers and drapers. - Anstey, probably Hrt.
||Richard de Bolintone 1300 LBC 67 (probably of Castle), R. de Bolyngtone 1325-6 Cor 149 (surety Castle), R. de Bolyngton 1327 CW 322 (wife
Alice). Richard and Alice in 1302 were indicted with assault by the gate of
St. Augustine, but the amercement was condoned because they were poor
(Mayors 136). Probably a fishmonger. - Cf. Qu 11.
||Henry Prodhome 1319 LBE 91, 1324-5, 1334 Cl (fishmonger), H.
Prudhome 1336 Cl. - Cf. Qu 2.
||Henry de Somersete 1299-1300 LBC 57 (warden of bakers), 1307
Mayors 262, H. de Somers', baker 1324-5 Cor 110 (St. Gregory).
||Gilbert de Yhistelworth, dyer 1312 LBD 245, G. de Yistelworth,
deghere 1317 Pat, G. de Istelworth 1327-8 Will (of St. Benet). - Isleworth
||William de Potenhale 1332 S [BroadSt, 20s.], 1337 Cl (of Castle),
W. de Podenhale, woodmonger 1339 (1340) Will (a tenant in St. Andrew).
- Po(r)tnall in Egham Sr.
||Robert Brongor 1332 S (6s. 8d.). Cf. no. 16.
||Thomas de Lodene, appr. of Thomas de Hales [cf. no. 3], adm. BreadSt
1309-10 LBD 106, Th. de Loden 1320 Cl (surety with Th. de Hales). A
woodmonger. - Loddon Nf.
||Hervey Noteman, appr. of Thomas de Hales, buscarius (woodmonger),
adm. BreadSt 1309-10 LBD 106. A master's surname. Noteman 'nutman,
dealer in nuts'.
||John Hood 1321 Cor 41 (cordwainer, surety Castle), 1325 ib. 128 (id.),
J. Hod 1338 LBF 250 (juror Castle). - Cf. 1292 S [Vi 49].
||Robert Brungor, wodemongere 1310-11 LBB 21. - OE Brungar fn.
||Geoffrey de Podenham (sic), woodmonger 1310 LBD 124. - Cf. no. 10.
||Perhaps Thomas Pounz le caretter 1310 LBD 229. Cf. Farr E 57.
||Margeria Sprot 1332 S [Castle, 4s.]. - Cf. 1292 S [Bas 2].
||William le Haftere junior 1324 ff. Cor 83, etc. (juror Castle), W. le
Hastere 1332 S (6s. 8d.), W. le Hastere the younger 1340 Pat (of Castle).
Cf. no. 23.
||John le Barber 1324-5 Cor 110 (surety of no. 54).
||Cf. also no. 59. John de Broughtone 1324-5, 1325 Cor 110, 128
(surety Castle). A shoemaker. - Broughton (common).
||William le Haftere 1310 CW 213 (preferred as purchaser by Clement le
Feyner), W. le Haftere senior 1324-5 Cor 110 (St. Gregory), 1332-3 LBE
280 (juror St. Mary Magdalen). Haftere means 'maker of hafts for knives', but
William may have been a haymonger like Clement le Feyner.
||Walter son of Richard de Stokes, appr. for 4 years of Roger le Paumere,
BreadSt 1310 LBD 124. A cornmonger or a salter [cf. BreadSt 34, 78]. -
||Roger de Stondone 1325 Cor 124 (surety FarrE with William le
Haftere), R. de Staundone 1325 ib. 135 (juror Castle). Perhaps a cornmonger
like John de Staundone (1309-10 LBD 109, adm. Castle). - Cf. 1292 S
||John, son of Robert Baret, appr. of Roger le Paumer, adm. 1309-10
LBD 109, J. Barat 1325 Cor 135 (juror Castle), J. Baret 1337 Pat (licensed to
buy wool in Essex and Herts). Margery, widow of John Barat, whose will was
enrolled in 1356, was a landowner and resident in Isleworth and had tenements in London. John seems to have moved to Isleworth. He must have been
a cornmonger or a salter [cf. BreadSt 34, 78], probably the former, since he
seems to have taken up farming. - ME, OF barat 'fraud; contention', etc.
||Thomas atte Ram 1325 Cor 126 (surety Bread St). Surname probably
from a house called The Ram.
||Rosia le Bowier 1332 S (4s.), Roisia, called La Bowyere 1334 (1335-6)
Will (a tenant in St. Andrew; son Thomas). She was the widow of Walter
le Hert (1343 Misc), and her son is called Thomas (le) Hert 1341 f. Cl, 1343
Misc. Walter le Hert may have been a bowyer, or Rosia's maiden name was
||Cf. no. 31.
||Walter Paterlyng 1329 Cl, 1332 S [Bridge, 2 m.], 1338, 1343 Cl (woolexporter). Cf. John Paterlyng 1319-20 Mem 134 (juror Bridge), Richard
Paterlyng 1332 S [Bridge], 1339 LBF 36 (purser). The identity of the taxpayer
of 1319 with the wool-exporter is at least probable. Surname obscure.
||Possibly John atte Vyne 1316 Pat, J. atte Vine 1318-20 Cl (woolexporter), who will have been connected with William atte Vine de Bekles
(1308 Will), a woolman. - Cf. 1292 S [Qu 12].
||Nicholas Bastard, taillur 1309 LBB 211.
||Alice Poterel 1341 Cl (a former tenant in St. Benet). She was doubtless
the widow of Richard Poterel senior (1321-2 Will), who was apparently a
cornmonger and was Chamberlain 1304-10 (LBC 176, LBD 243). He was
of St. Mary Magdalen. Cf. also no. 50. - OF po(u)trel, putrel 'a colt'.
||Nigel le Carpenter, adm. 1311 LBD 74.
||John Prodhome, citizen of London 1317 Cl, J. Prodehomme, late
appr. to William Prodehomme 1318 CW 278 (a legatee of Henry de Fyngrie
[1292 S, Qu 35]). William Prodhome (1331 Will) had a brother John, who was
his legatee. A fishmonger. - Cf. Qu 2.
||William atte Cornere 1321 Cor 41 (surety Castle), 1348-9 LBF 187
(dyer), W. atte Corner 1350 LBF 213 (repr. Castle), W. de la Cornere 1332 S
||Possibly Roger de Raby 1304 Mayors 165. - Raby Chs, Du.
||Cf. no. 18.
||The surname seems to be Hondeyepe, a nickname consisting of ME
hond 'hand' and ME yepe 'nimble', etc. (OE geap 'open, spread out'). If so,
the preposition de is an error. The MS. form may rather be Hondoyope.
||Hugh de Bolyngtone 1325-6 Cor 149 (juror Castle). Probably a
fishmonger; cf. no. 6.
||William Monamy 1305 Mayors 229 (fishmonger of Old Fish St), 1327
LBE 277 (juror Castle), W. Monami 1325 LBE 201. F mon ami, perhaps a
||Dionis de Brokwode 1332 S [Castle, 3s. 4d.]. Dyota (Diot) is a hypocoristic form of Dionisia. Dionis 1332 S will be for Dionisia. - Brookwood
in Woking Sr.
||Walter de Hakeneye, fishmonger (1305 Mayors 229), by his will of
1314-15 left to Agnes his wife property in St. Nicholas Cole Abbey. He had
tenements also in St. Mary Magdalen. - Hackney Mx.
||Henry Lumbard 1299 LBC 45, 1314-15 CW 252 (son-in-law of
Walter de Hakeneye; cf. no. 43), H. Lombard 1313 LBA 185 (fishmonger),
1325-6 Cor 149 (St. Mary Magdalen). - 'The Lombard'.
||Elyas de Wodebern, tailor, adm. Cheap 1310 LBD 57, E. de Wodeberghe, armourer 1321-2 Mem 145, E. de Wodebere 1325-6 Cor 149 (St.
Mary Magdalen), 1328 LBE 234 (warden of tailors and linen-armourers),
E. le Wodeberere (sic) 1332 S (18d.), E. de Wodeburn 1340 Fine. A linenarmourer. - Woodbeer in Plymtree D.
||Thomas Sencler 1327 LBE 222 (supervisor of the sale of hay, doubtless
a haymonger). - St. Clair in France (several).
||Henry de St. Osyth 1312 LBD 245 (farmer of murage), H. atte Swan
of St. Osith, late keeper of Queenhithe and collector of murage 1319 Pat (pardoned for trespasses), H. atte Swan 1334 Ep Reg (patron of St. Benet), H. de
St. Osith 1334 Will. He founded a chantry in St. Benet, where he evidently
lived. His occupation is not stated. The surname atte Swan probably from
the name of his house. - St. Osyth Ess.
||Probably connected with no. 55.
||Very likely John de Barton, fishmonger 1313 LBA 185.
||The surname filz Richard indicates that Alice was the widow of a
person with that surname. Her husband was very likely Richard Poterel
son of R. Poterel (1299-1300 Mayors 64), called R. Poterel junior 1304-7
LBB 141, etc. She would have been called Alice filz Richard for distinction
from Alice Poterel [no. 33].
||William de Dorkyngge 1318 LBE 91 (second husband of the widow of
Henry de Merlawe, cutler [1292 S, BroadSt 16]), W. de Dorkynge 1323 ib.
181 (executor of Richard de Gloucestre, alderman), W. de Dorkyng 1325-6
Cor 149 (St. Mary Magdalen), 1332 S (16d.). - Dorking Sr.
||Hamo de Hakeneye, fishmonger 1315 LBE 46. - Hackney
||Robert de Ware 1310 LBD 231 (a tenant in St. Mary Somerset),
1321 Cor 41 (St. Benet). Perhaps a fishmonger. - Ware Hrt.
||John de Waledeme (sic) 1324-5 Cor 110 (St. Gregory), J. de Waledene
1325 ib. 128 (id.), perhaps J. de Waldene, cordwainer 1344 LBF 128. -
Walden Hrt, Ess.
||William de Sutton 1312 LBD 245 (dyer, surety of no. 47), 1332 S
(6s. 8d.), W. de Suttone 1325-6 Cor 146 (juror Castle). - Sutton (common).
||Gilbert le Sherman 1321 Cor 41 (surety Castle), 1327 LBE 277 (juror
||Cf. Elianora la Bakera 1332 S [Castle, 4s.].
||Cf. no. 2. A coal-merchant.
||See no. 22.
||Thomas de Cornwaile 1324-5 Cor 110 (surety Castle), T. de Cornubia
1332 S (8s.), Th. de Cornwall 1328 LBE 234 (warden of tailors and linenarmourers), 1340 LBF 52 (id.).