Inhabitants of London in 1638
St. Vedast als St. Foster's Church in Foster Lane, London

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Centre for Metropolitan History

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T.C. Dale

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1931

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60-61

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'Inhabitants of London in 1638: St. Vedast als St. Foster's Church in Foster Lane, London', The inhabitants of London in 1638 (1931), pp. 60-61. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=32009 Date accessed: 21 August 2014.


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ST. VEDAST ALS ST. FOSTER'S CHURCH in Foster Lane, London.

RENTS.
MS. p. 112. £
Cheapside, on the North side thereof.
Mr. Alderman Gourney 70
Mr. Herne 70
Mr Glyde 60
Mr. Lewis 50
Mr. Bateman 50
Mr. Dunstervil 50
Mr. Lownes 50
Mr. Chetwin 50
Mr. Goffe 50
Sadlers' Hall 60
Mr. Creswell 10
Mr. Baly 8
Mr. Blakeland 10
Mr. Morgan 12
Mr. Pepiak 12
Mr. Jackson 60
Mr. Bradburne 70
Mr. Hull 16
Mr. Broadgate 10
The Mermayd Tavern 60
Mr. Millard 70
Mr. Tongue 50
MS. p. 112a.
Mr. Jourdan 50
Mr. Speight 50
Cheapside, the South Side thereof.
Mr. Gobell 30
Mr. Harding 40
Mr. Iles 40
Mr. Middlehurst 30
Mr. Hooke 20
Mr. Pickeys 20
Mr. Jarret 30
Mr. John Hawes 20
Mr. Francis Manning 40
Mr. Williams 25
Mrs. Lutman 30
Mr. Parker 25
Mr Samuel Manning 40
Mr. Tichburne 50
Mr. Vaughan 30
Mr. Markham 25
The Nag's Head Tavern 60
Mr. Terry 30
Mr. Hall 30
Wall for a shop 12
The Starre Taverne 60
Mr. Marmyon for a shop 12
MS. p. 113.
Mr. Beddingfield 50
Mrs. Wakefield 50
Mr. Daniel 50
Mr. Bancks who refuseth to pay the old tithes 60
Doe for a shop 14
Mr. Perrin 40
Mr. Foster for a shop 14
Nathaniel Hawes 40
Gutter Lane.
Mr. Jygges 10
Mr. Hill 10
Mr. Hatfield 10
Mrs. Wood 14
Mr. Marten 10
Moynes & Hilliard 8
Wolly 6
Wakeman 10
White 10
Hews 5
Canton 6
Mr. Law 10
Mrs. Barnes 12
Mr. Amos Payne 14
Mr. Simmonds 14
MS. p. 113a.
Mr. Edward Payne 10
Mr. Bunnifield 10
Mr. Joanes 14
Mr. Cleyton 6
Mr. Ashe 40
Mr. Orling 12
Mr. Skeale 10
Embrotherers' Hall 50
Mr. Cooper 6
Smartwood 6
The next house now voyd 12
Mr. Hinson 8
Mr. Carter 10
Mr. Leigh 8
Mr. Vaughan 10
Hudson 2
Trewer 4
Mrs. Hammon 5
Widow Ward 4
Copt Hall 8
Morgan 4
Cason 6
Price 5
Potter 6
Dod 6
MS. p. 114.
Widow Mead 8
Richard Payne 6
Coleman 8
Sparkes 8
Widow Wakeland 5
Child 5
Osburne 4
Maryot 10
Preston 3
Shaler 3
Widow Beedel 3
Baly 4
Bancks 3
Harris 6
Chambers 6
Early 10
Wats 12
Widow Willy 10
Smith 8
Mr. Hill 19
Mr. Seely 10
Shipman 10
MS. p. 114a.
Old Change.
Mr. Tanner 8
Mr. Thompson 8
Henne 4
Mr. Hunlock 8
Mr. Orme 10
Mr. Soare 16
Mr. Dolow 8
Mr. Robinson 12
Mr. Woodstock 8
Mr. Hunton 12
Mr. James 10
Mr. Thornely 6
MS. p. 115.
£ s. d.
The rents in the total are 2702 0 0
The Tythes which should arise from this summe are 371 5 4
The Tythes yearly payed are 96 7 3
The Easter booke and Casual Vales are 10 0 0
Glebe none. Parsonage house none.
Payments out of ye said Parsonage per ann:
For the tenths to his Majesty 3 7 0
A quit rent to the Church of Canterbury 7 0
Procurations 8 0
Rent for a house 16 0 0

For a Curate, although the incumbent for the present by reason of the tenuity of his means & very great charge payeth not so much, yet he living in ye country for want of a house in the Citie and being in years, he will be enforced very shortly to pay at least to a Curate £20.

The whole payments are £39 2s. 0d.

James Batty,
Rector of St. Vedast als St. Foster's Church, London.