||John de Cudyngtone 1311-12 LBB 33, J. de Codigntone, woolman
1312-13 LBE 19, J. de Codington 1321-2 Will (of All Hallows Barking). -
Cuddington Bk, Sr.
||John Priour 1311 Middleton MSS 87 (witness All Hallows Barking),
J. Priour senior 1316 CW 266, 1317 LBD 27 (woolmonger), 1332 S (1 m.),
1333 (1335) Will (of All Hallows Barking). A sheriff 1317-18, alderman of
Tower 1322-35. - Cf. 1292 S [Walbr 75].
||John Priour junior 1320 LBE 130, 1328 ib. 233 (warden of woolmongers),
1332 S (6s. 8d.), 1335 CW 408 (a tenant in Mark Lane), J. Priour 1336 Ep Reg
(parishioner of All Hallows Barking). A brother of John senior, as seen from
the latter's will. He was elected an M.P. in 1327-8 (Plea 51).
||It is curious that this large taxpayer has not been met with elsewhere.
He was doubtless a merchant. - Roxwell Ess.
||William de Braye n.d. ADB 1833 (clothier), 1320 LBE 127 (woolmonger), 1328 ib. 233 (warden of woolmongers), 1328 (1329) Will (a tenant in
St. Olave and St. Dunstan), W. de Braie the elder, woolmonger 1326-7
LBE 216. Alicia, relicta Willelmi de Braye 1332 S [Tower, 2s. 8d.]. -
||John de Braye 1321 Cor 36 (St. Dunstan), 1324 ib. 94 (a tenant ib.),
J. de Bray the elder, woolmonger 1326-7 LBE 216. Cf. no. 5.
||Walter le Mouner 1292 LBA 139 (merchant of Tower), 1310-11 LBD
239 (juror with no. 11), W. le Meleward 1316 LBE 22 (surety of no. 53),
1332 S (6s. 8d.), W. le Milleward 1336 Cor 177 (St. Dunstan), 1334 (1336-7)
Will (of All Hallows Barking, owner of a wharf there and tenements in St.
Dunstan). Evidently identical with Walter, son of Cecilia le Mulvard of
All Hallows Barking (will enrolled in 1286) and Walter, brother of Richard le
Mouner (1282 Will). - OF molnier, OE mylenweard 'miller'.
||Richard Ascelyn 1318 LBE 93, R. Asselyn 1320 ib. 128, 1338, 1343 Cl
(wool-exporter), R. Asselin 1332 S (29s. 4d.). Perhaps connected with John
Ascelyn of St. Trond (near Brussels), woolmonger 1301 Mayors 119. - OF
Ascelin, OG Azelin fn.
||William Haunsard 1299-1300 Mayors 63 (fishmonger), 1328 LBE 232
(warden of fishmongers), 1332 S (40s.), W. Haunsard senior 1349 Will (of St.
Dunstan). A sheriff 1333-4. - OF hansard 'a cutlass, poniard'. Hansard
is a common surname from the early 13th century on (e.g. Gilbert and
William Haunsard 1230 P, Y and Sr) and cannot mean 'a Hanseatic
||Henry Wymond 1328 LBE 233 (warden of woolmongers), 1332 S (4 m.),
1338 LBF 23 (repr. Tower), 1349 Will (woolmonger, of St. Dunstan). Perhaps
identical with Henry, son of Wymund Brother [Bill 46].
||Simon Turgys 1310-11 LBD 239, 1338 LBF 23 (repr. Tower),
1348-9 Will (woolmonger, a tenant in Mark Lane, All Hallows Barking),
S. Turgis 1332 S (40s.), S. Sturgis 1340 Cl (wool-exporter, King's merchant).
Doubtless identical with Simon, son of Philip Turgis 1298-9 CW 140 (will
of John Turgis, a brother of Philip, a woolmonger). - Cf. Aldg 3.
||John de Asseford 1326-7 Cl (woolman), J. de Assheford 1328 LBE
233 (warden of woolmongers), 1329-30 Will (a tenant in Sporiereslane,
All Hallows Barking). - Ashford (common).
||Thomas de Neville, woolmonger 1322 LBE 174 (deceased), Isabella,
relict of Thomas Nevill, late woolmonger 1332 Will. In the margin she is
called Isabella Neuill vel Seruas. Cf. William Seruad 1292 S [Cordw 24]. -
Néville, Neuville, common in France.
||Walter le Hurer 1318 LBE 86 (doubtless a merchant), 1332 S (4s.),
1339 Cor 243 (deceased, a tenant in St. Olave). - Hurer, lit. 'a maker of
hures or caps', was a common surname, especially in Tower: Geoffrey and
Alan le Hurer 1276 LBB 258 (Tower), William le Hurer 1281-2 LBA 153,
1291-2 ib. 136 (draper), Guydo le Hurer 1305 Will (of All Hallows Barking).
Some of the persons with this surname were merchants (drapers or woolexporters).
||Ralph le Taverner 1287 ADA 2403 (executor of Robert de Coringham;
cf. no. 21), R. de Billinggesgate, taverner 1309 LBD 215, R. le Taverner of
Billinggesgate, resident in St. Dunstan 1311 LBB 27, R. de Billyng' 1320 LBE
127. Lucy, relict of R. le Taverner 1329 Will (of St. Dunstan).
||See 1292 S [Bill 65].
||Thomas de Blakeneye 1328 LBE 220, 232 (draper, warden of drapers),
1329-30 Will (a tenant in St. Lawrence Pountney). His will was challenged
by Maurice Turgiz [Aldg 3], who stated that he was a brother and heir of
Thomas. The latter thus appears to have taken the surname of a former
master, e.g. Adam Blakene 1295 Will or Peter de Blakeney 1311 Will
(both of All Hallows Barking). - Blakeney Nf, (less probably) Gl.
||ME wight 'strong and courageous, valiant', etc.
||William de Leyton 1318 LBE 86, 1357 Will (wolpacker, of St. Olave),
W. de Leytone 1320 LBE 127. A woolmonger. - Leyton Ess.
||Not found elsewhere, unless identical with Andrew le Hurer 1321 Cor
34 (surety of no. 55). - Deopham Nf.
||Connected with Robert de Coryngham 1286 Will (apparently of St.
Olave) and his son William de Coryngeham 1292 ADA 2399 (a tenant ib.).
The surname is sometimes written Coningeham or Cuningeham (ADA 2401,
2438). Robert seems to have been a man of wealth. - Corringham Ess.
||Alexander Maunsshipe 1332 S (4s. 4d.), A. Manschepe 1339 Cor 243
(juror Tower), A. Manschhipe, weaver 1348-9 (1362) Will (of All Hallows
Staining). Cf. Laurence Maushipe 1332 S (Aldg). - Manships Shaw in
Gatton Sr, Manships in Windlesham Sr, Manchips Field in Bishops Stortford Hrt.
||William Smert 1304 Mayors 163 (shippewrith, claimed to be a freeman),
1324 Cor 91 (of Tower), W. Smart 1308 LBC 216. A shipwright. - ME
smert 'quick, active'.
||John de Berlyngham 1311 LBD 71 (adm.), J. de Birlingham, woolmonger 1312 LBB 46, J. de Berlingham 1324 Cor 91 (surety Tower). -
Burlingham Nf, (less probably) Birlingham Wo.
||Robert le Fethermongere 1322 Cor 69 (surety Tower), 1326 ib. 166
(juror Tower). Richard le Fethermongere (1297 Will) was of St. Dunstan.
||John de Sudbery 1323 ADB 2326 (clerk, a tenant in Ports, wife
Christina), 1332 S (2s.), J. de Sudbury 1345 (1346) Will (of St. Olave;
deceased wife Cristina). - Sudbury Mx, Sf, Db.
||Cf. Thomas Goffe 1339 Cor 214 (FarrE). - Goffe may be a short-form
||Ralph le Haltrere 1337 Cor 184 (juror Aldg), R. Haltrer 1339 ib. 236
(surety All Hallows Staining). - The surname means 'maker of halters for
||Cf. Cheap 149. The high tax indicates a merchant.
||Henry son of William de Arderne 1291-2 Pat, H. de Arderne 1302
LBC 227 (merchant arrested in Flanders), 1304 LBB 169 (late appr. of
Reginald de Thunderle [1292 S, Dowg 67]), H. de Ardern 1321 Cl. William de
Arderne was a tailor (1304 LBB 169). - Arden Wa, Chs.
||William le Boteler, merchant 1309 LBD 209, W. le Botiller 1329 LBE
242 (vintner, owner of a tenement in St. Dunstan), 1334 CW 396. Agnes, his
wife, was a daughter of Henry Box [1292 S, Bill 53].
||Perhaps Thomas Fraunkelyn, skinner, adm. Cand 1309 LBD 37, Th.
Fraunkeleyn 1329-30 LBE 279 (juror Eastcheap). - The franklin'.
||Possibly Nicholas le Keu 1320 LBE 127. - OF keu 'cook'.
||John de St. Saviour 1310-11 LBD 239 (juror All Hallows Barking),
1331 Will (courreour, a tenant in St. Olave). - Cf. 1292 S [BishE 3].
||Gilbert le Hurer 1310-11 LBD 239 (juror), 1311 Middleton MSS
87 (witness All Hallows Barking). Very likely identical with Gilbert Thebaud,
hurer 1311-12 LBD 84 (adm.), probably an apprentice of Theobald le
Hurer (1303 Will, of St. Olave). - Cf. no. 14.
||Geoffrey Turgis 1332 S (2s.). Probably a woolman. - Cf. no. 11.
||William Cros 1324 Cor 91 (surety Tower), 1339 Cor 243 (juror ib.), W.
Cros, Cristemasse 1332 S (2s. 8d.), W. Cros de Martelane 1330-1 LBE 250,
1348 (1350) Will (probably of St. Olave). The additional surnames for
distinction from W. Cros 1342-3 Will (of St. Magnus). Very likely an
apprentice of Richard Cristemasse (Cristesmesse), woolman 1296 Lib Cust
108, 1307 LBC 209, and a woolman. - Cf. 1292 S [Bridge 43].
||Stephen atte Gate 1318 LBE 86 (juror with nos. 14, 19, 25, 74, doubtless a merchant).
||John, son of Geoffrey Doke de Benigeho, appr. of Roger de Hertford,
woolmonger 1311 LBD 155, J. de Bengho 1321 Cor 36 (surety Tower), J. de
Beinio 1330 LBE 244 (executor of no. 17), J. Benro (sic) 1332 S (12d.). -
||Roger Hosebond 1298 Mayors 19, R. Hosebonde 1316 LBE 56 (cornmonger), 1317 ib. 81 (repr. Farr), 1327 Ep Reg (parishioner of St. Michael
le Querne). See also FarrI 168. Apparently resident in Tower in 1319. He was
elected an M.P. in 1320 (LBE 134). - Cf. Bridge 29.
||Thomas de Sondone 1325 Cor 136 f. (juror Tower). - Sundon Bd.
||Nicholas de Totenham, brewer 1312 LBD 93 (adm.), 1337 (1340) Will
(a tenant near Mark Lane), N. Totyngham 1332 S (16d.). - Tottenham
||Godwyn Tourk, fishmonger 1314 CW 249 (got houses in St. Dunstan),
G. Turk 1320-1 Cl (fishmonger), 1332 S (1 m.), 1333 Will (a tenant at East
Smithfield, in Bridge St and in Bill). Petronilla his widow (1350 Will) was
of All Hallows Barking. - Cf. 1292 S [Bill 4].
||Ralph Miles 1324 Cor 95 (surety Tower). - Cf. 1292 S [Bridge 13].
||Richard le Pakkedrawere 1332 S (12d.), R. le Pakdrawere 1336 Cor 177
(surety Tower), R. le Packere 1339 Cor 243 (juror Aldg). A wool-packer
||Henry Beauflour 1345 LBF 121 (sworn broker of wool), perhaps
1326-7 CW 321 (executor of Thomas Beauflour). - Cf. Bridge 2.
||Very likely the widow of John Anketin (de Neubery) 1289 LBA 116,
J. de Neuberi, woolman 1291-2 ib. 137. - Newbury Brk.
||John son of Geoffrey Hurel, 1315-16 LBE 62 (a minor), J. Hurel
1335-6 Cl (deceased). Geoffrey Hurel, whose will was enrolled in 1315-16,
had houses in St. Dunstan. He was a repr. of Tower in 1297 (LBB 237), and
is called G. le Hurel 1300 LBC 69. Adam Hurel and John, his brother, were
indicted with extortion in 1328-9 (Ann Lond). Adam was a wool-exporter
(1327 Plea 21), a repr. of Tower in 1339 (ib. 118) and executor of his brother
John (1335-6 Cl). Hurel is an old surname in England: Gilbert Hurel t.
Hy 2 DC 400 (Li), Stephen Hurel 1230 P (Nf). - F Hurel sn, according to
Dauzat, is a nickname of a person with bristly or shaggy hair.
||Richard de Messyng 1311-12 CW 228, 1317 Cl, R. de Messing of
London 1322 Misc (a tenant in Ess), R. de Messingge 1328-9 Cl (deceased).
Richard had a controversy with Godwin le Cordewaner [Langb 71], who had
entrusted an apprentice to him (1317 Cl). If Godwin was a cordwainer,
Richard will have been one too. - Messing Ess.
||Probably a shipwright connected with Richard de Stone de Petiwales
(1348-9 Will) and William Atte Stone, shipwright 1348-9 CW 602 (a
tenant in Petite Wales, All Hallows Barking). Roger atte Stone, cornmonger,
(1349-50 LBF 201) seems to have been of Bill.
||Thomas de Cumbe 1316 LBE 22 (mainprised by no. 7), Th. de Combe,
cordwainer 1324 Cor 91 (surety Tower), 1327 LBE 278 (robbed of woad in
Tower). Cf. William de Coumbe 1297-8 Will (of St. Dunstan). - Co(o)mbe
||John Smart 1310 LBD 121 (batellarius of Tower), 1310-11 ib. 239
(juror All Hallows Barking). A shipwright. - Cf. no. 24.
||Alan le Palmere 1321 Cor 34 (All Hallows Barking), 1332 S (6s. 8d.),
1335 (1336) Will (shipwryght). He had a tenement in Petitwales, All Hallows
Barking, inherited from William le Palmere, his father, perhaps W. le
Paumer 1289 Will (a tenant in All Hallows). - Cf. 1292 S [Bridge 66].
||Martin le Palmere 1324, 1336 Cor 91, 177 (of Tower), 1332 S (2s. 8d.),
M. Palmere, shipwright 1344 Will (a tenant in Petit Wales). He owned a boat
(batellus) and two small cokets, one under work. Coket is F coquet 'a river
boat'. Cf. no. 55.
||John, brother of Thomas de Boloigne 1309 LBD 215, J. de Boloigne
1324 Cor 107 (surety Vi). - Cf. Thomas de Boloyne 1292 S [Bill 43].
||Walter Coleman, shipwryght 1333-4 Will (a tenant in All Hallows
Barking). - Coleman fn.
||Alexander de Grenewych (Grenewyco), cordewaner, adm. Tower
1310-11 LBD 59, A. de Grenewych, cordwainer 1331 (1332-3) Will (a
tenant in Qu and CripE). - Greenwich K.
||Richard de Taleword, batellarius, appr. of John Smart, adm. Tower
1310 LBD 121, R. de Talworth 1332 S (2s.), William son of Richard de
Talworth, shipwright of Petit Wales 1337 (1339) Will. - Tolworth Sr.
||John le White de Lubyk, merchant 1315-16 LBE 60 (indicted with
having bought goods seized at sea), J. le Whit of Germany 1325 Plea 9
(a debtor of London citizens). Also mentioned Plea 43, 1327 Cl.
||Relicta Johannis Clenhond 1305 Ann Lond (robbed in All Hallows
Barking). She was very likely connected with Walter Clenhond, moneyer
1350 (1351) Will (a tenant in All Hallows Barking), perhaps his mother. - A
by-name meaning 'with clean hands'.
||Henry de Combemartyn 1328 LBE 233 (warden of woolmongers),
1332 S (8 m.), H. Combemartyn 1340 Plea 125. A sheriff 1328-9, alderman of Aldg 1327-34, of Tower 1335-8. He is identical with Henry,
kinsman and legatee of William de Combemartyn (1318 Will). William was
alderman of Tower 1304-18. - Combe Martin D.
||Not found under Langb. He may be Bernard Pouche of Canterbury
1329 Fine (collector of customs in Sandwich), B. de Pouches of Florence,
attorney of John de Florencia, king's clerk 1330 Cl, B. Pouche of Lumbardia
1343 Cl (a wool-exporter). He will have belonged to the society of Pulci or
Pouche of Florence, often mentioned in London records (e.g. 1284 LBA 159,
||Richard Conceden of Sandwich, master of the ship the Marie of
Westminster 1309-10, 1312 Pat, R. Comsedieu 1332 S (2s.), 1339 Cor 245,
R. Conseden (Concedien, Consedien) 1336 f. Cor 177 ff. (St. Dunstan). -
Perhaps OF comencer (ME comsen) 'to begin' and F dieu: 'may God begin it'.
||Possibly Thomas, brother of John atte Rose, whose widow Matilda
atte Vine founded a chantry in St. Edmund (Langb) for her husband and
Thomas (1338 Pat). Matilda's will was enrolled in 1349. - Surname apparently
from a house called The Rose.
||Roger de Frowick, goldsmith 1292 LBA 143, R. de Frowyk 1305 Pat
(goldsmith's work done for the King), 1328 Will (goldsmith, principal
house in St. Olave), probably 1307 S (moneyer). Alderman of Langb 1312-
24. There were several early goldsmiths in London with this surname. Roger
was no doubt a son of Henry de Frowyk (1286 Will). See also Thrupp 342.
- Frowick Hall in St. Osyth Ess.
||John atte Sole 1307 S (moneyer), 1324 Cor 94 (a tenant in St. Dunstan),
1335-6 LBF 7. - Sole, Soles, olim (atte) Sole, K, Sr, Sx.
||John Smart 1332 S (2s. 8d.), 1335 LBE 256 (executor of no. 12), 1336
Ep Reg (parishioner of All Hallows Barking), J. Smert of Little Wales,
maryner 1340-1 Cl, J. Smart of London, shipman 1341 ib. A shipwright. -
Cf. no. 54. But possibly an unknown moneyer with this name.
||Christina le Minour 1317-18 CW 274 (got a tenement in All Hallows
Barking), C. la Minour n.d. HMC 9th Rep 1 b (a tenant in Seething Lane,
All Hallows), Christiana, relict of John, late moneyer of London ib. John le
Mynour in the roll was very likely a son of Christina, and perhaps a moneyer
or a goldsmith. - ME minour 'a miner'. John le Minour (will enrolled in
1275) was a sheriff in 1255-6 and alderman of Cheap c. 1248 ff.
||Robert de Hakeneye 1321 Cor 36 (surety Tower), 1328 LBE 233
(warden of woolmongers), 1332 S [Bill, 20s.], 1338 LBF 23 (repr. Bill), 1350
ib. 213 (an earlier tenant in Bill). Cf. Benedict de Hakene 1291 LBC 2
(repr. Tower), also 1292 S [Qu 48], 1319 S [Bill 52]. - Hackney Mx.
||William de Preston 1332 S (16d.), 1337 Cor 184 (owner of a rent in All
Hallows Barking). Hardly identical with W. de Prestone, weder (woder)
1325, 1334 LBE 208, 294 (apparently of Bill). - Preston Bk, K, etc.
||Henry atte Cros 1321 Cl (witness St. Dunstan), H. Cros 1332 S (2 m.),
1337 LBF 2 (warden of London Bridge), 1348 (1349) Will (of St. Dunstan).
One of his executors was a fishmonger, and he may have been one himself.
He may be identical with Henry Cros, fishmonger 1299-1300 Mayors 63,
1301 LBB 112. - Cf. 1292 S [Bridge 43].
||Adam Hunteman 1302 LBC 113, 1320 LBE 127, 1333 Will (a tenant in
All Hallows Barking), A. Honteman 1305 Mayors 220, 1311 LBD 17 (executor of Peter de Blakeneye, woolmonger and sheriff). He was an elector for
the Tron in 1302, and thus probably a woolmonger or draper. - Hunteman
||Edmund, son of John de Stratteford 1310 LBD 231 (arrested for debt,
Gilbert le Hurer [no. 36] surety). John de Stratford was a hurer (1312 LBD
168). Custance de Stratford, widow of John (1327 Will), mentions Edmund
her son. - Stratford (common).