Inhabitants of London in 1638
St. Antholin

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Centre for Metropolitan History

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T.C. Dale

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1931

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32-33

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'Inhabitants of London in 1638: St. Antholin', The inhabitants of London in 1638 (1931), pp. 32-33. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=31994 Date accessed: 30 October 2014.


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ST. ANTHOLIN.

The Rents of the said parish according to a very indifferent and moderate valuation of the houses being here mentioned will amount to £1,353.

RENTS.
MS. p. 65. £
Mr. Walker 25
Mr. Taylor 25
Mr. Washborn's house 40
Mr. Wilkinson 40
Mr. Liller 40
Mr. Nevett 10
Mr. Smith 20
Mr. Castile 50
Mr. Newett 10
Mr. Kinaston 20
Mr. Thomas Browne 25
Mr. Oakes 20
Mr. Griffith 25
Mr. Bridges, his several tenements 30
Mr. Denew 20
Mr. Banbury 15
Mr. Hall 20
Mr. Otgar and Mr Alst 50
Mr. Ivie 10
Mr. Beales 10
Mr. Tint 15
Mr. Witherall 20
Mr. Hawkins 25
Mr. Tayler ye seedsman 12
Mr. Moorecraft 30
Mr. John Bickly 18
Mr. Francis Bickly 30
Mr. Bennett 12
Mr. Speed 12
The house where Mr. Burton dwelt 20
The house where Mr. Lazenby dwelt 12
Mr. Sumner 25
Mr. Clegat 23
Mr. Hix 18
Mr. Rawlins 20
Mr. Perry 30
Mr. Gibson 40
Mr. Rawson 20
MS. p. 66.
The houses in the alley 18
Mr. Butts 20
Mr. Harwar 20
Mr. Hatton and shop 26
Mr. Hill 20
Mr. Joyner 10
Mr. Joyte 10
Mr. Linnis 10
Mr. Shaw 10
Mr. Higgenbottom 10
Mr. Newman with his tenants 42
Mr. Bridges 40
Mr Brumfield 30
Mr. Granger 12
Mr. Godfrey 12
Mr. Newton 30
Mr. Browne 20
Mr. Mayo 20
Mr. Smithson and he that [is] in the other part 45
Mr. Diamonde 12
Sorer and Mr. Goodale 20
Mr. Davis 10
Mr. Goodage 10

An estimate of the parsonage of St. Antholin's parish, London, in regard of tithes and other profitts belonging to it.

The tithes yearly are £38 and some shillings.

£ s. d.
The casual profitts communibus annis hardly 5 0 0
A yearly pension from Mr. William Parker, deceased 10 0 0
A small melancholike parsonage house worth according to the rate that the houses are valued at in this note 4 0 0
Such disbursements as are yearly payable out of it:
His Majesty's tenths 2 0 3
When there is any subsidy every one amounts to 3 12 0
A pension annually paid to the Dean and Chapter of St. Paul's 1 13 4
Procurations annuall 4s., and trienniall 7s. 6d., amount together to 6 2
Losse in tithes communibus annis.
Reparations of an old decayed house and acquittances, etc. - - -

Per me Char. Ofspringe, Rector ibid.