Inhabitants of London in 1638
St. George Buttolph Lane

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Centre for Metropolitan History

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T.C. Dale

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1931

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64

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'Inhabitants of London in 1638: St. George Buttolph Lane', The inhabitants of London in 1638 (1931), pp. 64. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=32011 Date accessed: 25 July 2014.


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ST. GEORGE BUTTOLPH LANE.

Houses Worth Annually.

MS. p. 119. £
Mr. Potter 60
Mr. Mum & Mr. Beck, Dutch merchants 100
Mr. Knapps 50
Mr. Seamine, a Dutch merchant 12
Mr. Kentishe 6
Mr. Barker 8
Mr. Blackmore 30
Mr. Artson, a Dutch merchant 40
Mr. Clement 70
Mr. Taylor 40
Mr. Crosse & Mr. Du Pester, Dutch 80
Mr. Jacob, a Dutch merchant 50
Mr. Lodowick, the elder, and Mrs Caney, widow, Dutch 100
Mr Aclande 10
Mr. Cockett 15
Mr. Wilber 15
Mr. Lodowick the younger, Dutch merchant 40
Mr. Bovery, Dutch merchant 20
Mr. Mould 30
Mr. Warner 15
Mr. Bould 15
Mr. Hawkes 12
Mr. Leigh 30
Mr. Bunnell 4
Mr. Hodgkins 5
Mr. Stanley 4
MS. p. 120.
Mr. Bearblock 10
Mr Shepton 10
Mr. Goodspeed 20
Mr. Wilson 12
William Miles 3
Widow Cockett 4
John Baradell 2/10
John Heeles 3/10
Hosea Hunter 3/10
Thomas Gotheridge 4
William Goodwyn 3
Thomas Massey 2
The Scalding Hall 25
£ s. d.
The total sum of tithes pd. is £58 13s. 4d., of which there is never gotten more than £50.
The valuation of the houses amounts unto yearly 963 10 0
Of which the tithes should be after 2/9 the pound 131 15 0
Tithes agreed upon per annum £58 5 0 62 1 0
Casuall duties per ann. 3 16 0
Glebe, a house for the parson's dwelling 0 0 0
Payments by the parson yearly.
To the King's Majesty for Tenths 16 0 1 5 4
A pension to his Majesty 4 4
Procurations at Visitation 5 0
Cleare 60 15 8

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