Inhabitants of London in 1638
St. Leonard's, Foster 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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90-93

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'Inhabitants of London in 1638: St. Leonard's, Foster Lane', The inhabitants of London in 1638 (1931), pp. 90-93. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=32023 Date accessed: 30 September 2014.


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ST. LEONARD'S, FOSTER LANE.

WILLIAM WARD, PARSON IBIDEM: 21 MAY, 1638.

RENTS.
MS. p. 167.
Thomas Chapman 30
James Graves 30
Edward Johnson 12
Robert Parmeter 12
Thomas Payne 20
Nathanaell Burr 12
Thomas Smith 12
Robert Fraterell 20
Thomas Munnes 15
John Baulden 12
Stephen Trigg 12
John Legat 15
William Fell 15
Edward Atkinson 15
Edward Smith 16
Francis Gibbs 16
Henry Gummons 20
Richard Chandler 15
Henry Edwards 16
Thomas Mylles 12
John Pearce 14
Henry Verney 12
Henry Perkins 14
Thomas Munnes 16
Robert Tunbridg 14
William Purse 12
John Hamond 14
William Smith 14
John Wilford 20
Thomas Highway 20
Thomas Spencer 14
William Hunt 20
Thomas Abbots 30
James Sidden 30
Edward Trimmell 30
Richard Wright 40
John Spencer 40
Mathew Jumper 40
Andrew Coston 30
£751
MS. p. 168.
William Only 8
James Turner 6
Richard Hall 15
William Lanr 30
Richard Mattock 20
Richard Orme 20
Widow Acurst 20
John Smith, sen. 20
John Smith, jun. 20
John Jones 15
Widow Lodowick 18
Anthony Johnson 18
John Ame 18
Edward Franck 18
John Papworth 18
Michael Wilkinson
[wiredrawer] 15
Israel Hercules 4
Zachary Curtice 8
Thomas Papworth 8
Peter Brooks 5
Joan Lucy 2
John Gumley 15
William Smelt 15
Edward Swan 5
Richard Glover 5
Edward Merrell 5
Robert Allen 8
Robert Collins 5
George Bowen 8
Philip Long 5
James Lindall 8
William Symonds 8
John Hayward 15
John King 16
Edward Duffield 16
Edward Preedome 16
James Droyet, sen. 12
Robert Wooldridge 12
Philip Gurnell 10
Robert Tompson 8
Widow Watson 8
£496
MS. p. 169.
Edward Napper 8
Richard Iszard 10
William Burded 20
Joshuah Martin 20
Robert Stanks 20
Roger Rogers 20
Roger Kiddey 6
John Gore 5
Morgen Davyes 6
John Edwards 10
Foulk Denney 6
Richard Tompkins 5
Thomas Wyeth 6
Robert Langden 12
Richard Morris 15
Thomas Franck 10
John Smith 10
George Blurton 6
John Stone 8
George Danbey 10
Richard Archer 15
Robert Williams 4
Jonathan Burwell 5
John Scott 15
Thomas Bishop 16
Richard Hopkins 10
Hugh Jones 5
Moyses Hewett 5
Henry Charlsworth 5
Robert Meddey 8
Michael Drusset 5
John Silverton 8
Richard Wilcocks 4
George Hambleton 10
Nicholas Child 5
Richard Pinniger 6
Thomas Jackson 4
Thomas Goodwin 4
Thomas Weager 5
Lawrence Fowler 15
£367
MS. p. 170.
Widow Pilson 4
Charles Morgen 15
Widow Wilkinson 6
Ralph White 6
William Ven 12
George Whitbey 15
Thomas Sharp 4
Robert Sawyer 6
John Albert 5
Francis Wildman 6
Oecolampadius Godfrey 6
Widow Wall 4
Widow Davyes 5
Robert Shether 4
Henry Gamadge 3
Widow Atkins 4
John Sarcenet 6
Wright 5
Widow Brockman 6
Owen Basset 12
John Hopkins 8
John Favell 10
Giles Turke 12
Richard Maud 10
Tristram Stanley 15
John Forth 12
Richard Fare 8
Adolphus Peck 8
Talburt Rafband 8
Robert Jennings 12
John Brothers 20
John Robotham 40
William Kendrick 20
William Glover 20
John Parker 16
Edmond Cooper 20
Josias Caswell 25
William Samuell 20
Charles Fussard 10
Simon Andrewes 16
Richard Carter 16
Henry Glover 20
£450
MS. p. 171.
Thomas Hobley 30
Robert Learner 30
Nicholas Whitcher 20
William Billiday 16
Philip Riccard 30
James Boultell 20
Arthur Turner 21
Moyses Danneth,
[goldsmith] 50
Peter Hill 10
John Pansfoote 20
Widow Jackson 12
Widow Greene 10
Valerius Sutton 10
Walter Early, [goldsmith] 14
William Christmas, [joiner] 13
Robert Appes 13
Robert Launt 10
Henry Kett 9
George More [goldsmith] 20
John Baugh [goldsmith] 8
Ralph Murren 10
William Rame 14
Thomas Cooke [goldsmith] 16
William Milles, [boxmaker] 13
John Norton 16
William Chamberlin [mercer] 16
William Gibbs [Common Councillor] 40
Samuel Dauson [ironmonger] 20
Peter Guy [goldsmith] 20
William Osmon [goldsmith] 20
Henry Hunt 9
Lewis Skerrow [wiredrawer] 7
Richard Posterne 3
Arthur Rill 3
James Burch 3
Thomas Sawkill [leatherseller] 3
William Hammersley [gent] 15
Thomas Sutton [parish clerk] 10
Richard Jones 10
William Symonds [taylor] 10
Samuel Wallis 10
£598
MS. p. 172.
Joshua Johnson, [pursemaker] 10
Robert Barton [weaver] 10
Widow Cockson 8
John Williamson [jeweller] 10
George Ward [ ? goldsmith] 8
Thomas Hampden 12
Widow Cheston 10
William Coolen [victualler] 20
William Rose 15
William Foulke [victualler] 12
Thomas Clarke [bookbinder] 12
Thomas Wenstonley 12
Peter Rigbey [taylor] 10
Thomas Painter 10
Charles Morris 10
John Raine 10
Philip Riccard 8
John Robotham 12
William Only 6
John Spencer 6
William Parkinson 6
Bridget Ray 6
Thomas Highway 8
Edward Baker 6
Thomas Whitbey 10
Christopher Vintner 20
William Glover 6
William Watkinson 6
Edward Franck 10
Thomas Rooke 6
Robert Collins 6
Robert Law 6
John Rowland 4
John Jones 6
James Droyet, jun 6
Anthony Milton 6
William Sherland 6
Widow Acurst 8
Alexander Deane 8
William Charleswort 5
George Port [goldsmith] 10
John Spicer 8
Thos. Paine 10
MS. p. 172a.
Euodias Inman [goldsmith] 8
Hugh Lewis [goldsmith] 8
John Warren [goldsmith] 10
George Ward [? goldsmith] 8
John Raine 6
William Wade [goldsmith] 6
William White [boxmaker] 6
James Turner 6
Thomas Hall 6
Edward Mouse [goldsmith] 6
£70
£ s. d.
Total is given at 3116 0 0
Full tythes 428 9 0
Moreover Glebe 10 0 0
For Burialls, Marriages and Churchings £10 more or less per anm.
Charges upon the living
Beside Curatshipp
First fruits 40 marks
An entire subside 4 16 0
Tenths 2 13 4
Procurations Archbp. Cant. 6 0
Bp. London 6 0
Archdeacon 2 6