Inhabitants of London in 1638
St. Benet Sherehog

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Centre for Metropolitan History

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T.C. Dale

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1931

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41

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'Inhabitants of London in 1638: St. Benet Sherehog', The inhabitants of London in 1638 (1931), pp. 41. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=31999 Date accessed: 19 September 2014.


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ST. BENET SHEREHOG.

RENTS.
MS. p. 77. £
(fn. *) Mr. Duboyse 70
Mr. Bowatter 55
Mr. Anthony 50
Mr. Tudor 50
Mr. Hobelon 35
Mr. Rich 28
Mr. Grigg 30
Mr. Eliott 30
Mr. Hayes 24
Mr. Edwards 20
Mr. Fleete 20
Mr. Leigh 18
Mr. Jurion 18
Dr. Oxenbridg 22
Mrs. Meroyse 16
Mr. Collen 16
Mr. Vigor 16
Mr. Wiggs 14
Mr. Stead 12
Mrs. Shipp 12
Mr. Hough 10
Mr. Brewer. 2 houses 16
Mr. Cage 6
Mr. Upton 5
Mr. Bigge 5
Mr. Evenson 5
Mr. Grisse 5
Mr. Debnam 5
£ s. d.
Sum of rents, £613; of tithes paid 31 5 8
Casual duties and the Easter Book about 3 0 0
Gleabe 2 13 4
A parsonage house 5 13 4
The sum of all receits 36 19 0
Deductions-
Tenths to his Majesty 17 4
Procurations to the Lord Bishop 5 0
Procurations to the Archdeacon 3 4
1 5 8
The sum of all the independent means £35 13 4

Being denied by them that were appointed by the Alderman's Deputy to have any assistance as his Majesty's order did ordaine, I have in my own person made this valuation as Right and as Moderate as I could

Cadwalader Morgan, Rector of St Benedict Sherehog.

Footnotes

* Mr. Duboyse £70. Note in margin "The £70 is given by will to maintain a lector in another parish, let by feoffees, viz., the Company of Haberdashers at £6 yearly rent and £64 ann., in all £70 and fines.