Inhabitants of London in 1638
St. Mary Mounthaw

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Centre for Metropolitan History

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T.C. Dale

Year published

1931

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116-117

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'Inhabitants of London in 1638: St. Mary Mounthaw', The inhabitants of London in 1638 (1931), pp. 116-117. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=32035 Date accessed: 23 October 2014.


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ST. MARY MOUNTHAW.

RENTS.
MS. p. 208. £
(fn. *) Mr. Bridges' brewhouse 30
His still house 6
Mr. Stockley's tenement 5
Mr. Hitchcocke's house 12
Mr. Poultney's house 5
Mr. Price, his house and two other little tenements 10
Widow Smallwood 2/10
Thomas Weekes 26/13/04
Mr. Thos. Bannester 8
Mr. John Davyes 7
Mr. Plumpton's warehouse 5
Mr. Hunlocke's warehouse 5
Mr. Quested's warehouse 5
Mr. Mill's house 7
Mr. Hooper's house 7
Mrs. Payne's house 7
Mr. Holman's house 7
Mr. Eales' house 4
Mr. Hutchins' house 10
Mr. Gregory's house 8
Mr. Copes' house 8
Mr. Tylbroke's Inn 18
Mr. Andrews for Glasiers' Hall 20
Mr. Smith's house 9
Mr. Fowler's house 4/10
Mr. Stackhouse 12
Edward Stebbin's house 3
Steven Andrew's house 4/10
John Debett's house 2/10
Widow Stanton's house 2
Lewes Kitchell's house 3
Mr. Moxsens house 10
George Birdfry's house 2
John Bennett's house 2
Griffith Davyes' house 3
MS. p. 208a.
Widow Loe's house 2/10
John Harrison's house 2
Richard Rauckle's house [or Ranckle] 3/10
George Trevis' house 2/10
John Boulter's house 5
William Benford 2/10
Sara Benford 1/10
Richard Gunner's house 2/00
Mr. Andrewes warehouse 8
Mr. Geering's shop 3
Richard Harland's house 12/10
Mr. Jones' house 7
Mrs. Newlove's house 7
Giles Plowright's house 10
Mr. Gilbert's house 6
Mr. Stane's house 5
Mr. Winter's house 3/10
Philip Wray's house 2
Widow Evans' house 2
Widow Smith's house 6
Widow Abne's house 6
MS. p. 209. £ s. d.
The Rent of the particular Tenements and warehouses in the said parish being moderately valued amount to the just sum of (per annum) 392 3 4
The annual Tithes rec. by the Incumbent for all the said rents comes to the full sum of 26 10 8
The present Maintenance ariseth to the Rector of the said parish per anm. as followeth:
1. Rec. for tithes per anm. 26 10 8
2. Rec. for Glebe land annexed to parsonage per anm. 13 0 0
3. Rec. for Easter offerings 1 13 0
4. Rec. for Casualties one year with another 5 0 0
5. A parsonage house belongs to the Rectory of sd. parish. Sum total is per anm. 46 3 4
Annual losses and charges upon the same parsonage:
1. Our Lord the King for tenths annually 13 4
2. Procurations, etc., paid to ecclesiastical officers 5 0
3. Paid towards the repair of St. Paul's Church yearly 13 4
4. Lost by poor inhabitants one year with another 1 2 0
£2 13 8

Certifyed by me.
Thos. Thrale, Rector Eccliae B. Mar. Mounthaw, Civitat. London.

Footnotes

* Received by the parson for the tithe of all these houses [i.e., Bridge's brewhouse to Quested's warehouse] but £4 10s. Moderately valued their rents arise to the sum of £127 3s. 4d.