Inhabitants of London in 1638
St. Martin's in the Vintrey

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Centre for Metropolitan History

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T.C. Dale

Year published

1931

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132-135

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'Inhabitants of London in 1638: St. Martin's in the Vintrey', The inhabitants of London in 1638 (1931), pp. 132-135. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=32044 Date accessed: 22 November 2014.


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ST. MARTIN'S IN THE VINTREY.

RENTS.

MS. p. 232. £
Mr. Maynard 30
The Vintners' Hall 90
Mr. Lee 30
Mr. Tench 30
Mr. Hall 25
Mr. Hall, another house 6
Mr. Beadle 25
Mr. Johnson 40
Mr. Prestwood 15
The Tackell house 4
Mr. Williams 30
Mr. Paynter 12
Mr. Medley 80
William Edwards 10
William Marson 10
The Vintage Tavern 45
Mr. Barnes 20
Mr. Moore 15
William Hodges 13
Mr. Shefield 15
Mr. Powell 15
Wm. Wheeler 2
George Brownell 3
William Jeffes 5
Thomas Futrell 3
David Wright 3
Mr. Champnes 25
Mr. Gamble 15
Mr. Beadle 15
Mr. Bray, 2 houses 30
Mr. Woodall 8
MS. p. 232a.
Mr. Gill 12
Mr. Piers 12
A stable in Elbow Lane 2
William Edwards 8
£703
Mayden Lane
Mr. Hinksman 20
Mr. Safford 15
William Davis 12
Mr. Travers 24
Mr. Wilson 13
The Widow Collett 1/10
Mr. Farrar 7
Water house 6
Mr. Costen 5
Mr. Truxton 5
Mr. Aram 10
John Burt 7
Mr. Starkey 15
Mr. Egge 5
Mrs. Powell 10
£155/10
Vintners' Lane.
A house taken in to make a payre of stairs to Clarkes' Hall 5
Edward Bridgeman 4
The Parish Clerkes' Hall 25
William Clarke 3
Edmund Cranney 4
John Bond 4
MS. p. 233.
Francis Yeate 2
Mr. Pincheon 5
Giles Nicholls 2
Charles Willard 2
Richard Harrison 4
Edmund Baker 5
Mr. Bayley 14
£79
Broad Lane.
The Widow Rogers 3
Robert Nicholes 2
Marmaduke Foard 5
Mrs. Gunn her house and stable 6
Mr. Beech 8
Mr. Edwine 3
Mr. Poore, for his mill house 5
Mr Harding, warehouse, stable and 5 cellars 15
Edward Sorey 2
The Widow Wilson 3
Richard Davis 2
John Eackles 4
Samuel Williamson 7
Thomas Garrett 5
Mr. Fellowes 2
Mr. Pincheon, for his house and wharf 60
Capt. Langham's stable 2
Mr. Ratsdale's stable 2
£136
Church Lane.
Mr. Poore 6
MS. p. 233a.
George Nodes 5
Anthony Hodges 4
John Godsell 5
Peter Feuer [or Fever] 4
Mrs. Cookes 4
Robert Lane 2
The Widow Whitehead 2
Peter Roose 2
John Weaver 4
Richard Neale 5
Daniel Simons 5
The Widow Brookes 4
Edward Toogood 2
Richard Russell 2
Thomas Childen 10
Abraham Feildherst 4
Daniel Curtis 10
The Widow Greene 2
John Savage 12
Richard Jigcockes 16
£110/10
Three Crane Lane.
Thaddy Hely, 2 houses 10
Rowland Rickeby 5
Robert Costerdine 2
Robert Hedges 1
Richard Delany 16
William Garnett 4
Thomas Browne 20
MS. p. 234.
Thomas Browne's warehouse 6
Henry Mumford 2
Thomas Barnes 2
John Fryer 2
William Ould 2
William Richardson 2
Thomas Clarke 4
Mr. Goldsmith 25
Thomas Scurlocke 3
Bartholomew Cuff 2
Robert Broad 2
John Eliott 4
£115/10
Brickehill Lane.
Mr. Gill's cellar 4
Hercules Stackepoole 4
William Shepard 4
Henry Collinson 4
The Widow Goody 4
William Eagle 4
Thomas Emry 2
William Burly 2/10
Robert Sutton 7
Richard Parker 10
Thomas Brathler 1/10
John Hudson 15
George Taylor 5
Mrs. Lutwicke 4
MS. p. 234a.
Adam Southam 4
Mr. Boorer 7
Mr. Hackett 40
Mr. Hackett's warehouse 6
Mr. Daniel 20
Mr. Bitgood 12
Wm. Banning 3
Robert Fludd 1/10
Mrs. Lutwicke 1/10
£166
Emperour Head Lane.
Mr. Panier 10
George Morris 6
David Bolger 2
The Widow Palaso 1/10
The Widow Johnes 5
Peter Hands 2
Seth Ledger 2
John Bamford 2
Richard Benham 2
The Widow Cornish 2
William Draper 2
Abraham White 3
James Fotheringham 4
John Hemmings 4
Samuel Robins 4
Matthew Millar 3
Mr. Canter 8
Thomas Stow 7
MS. p. 235.
James Crawley 2
Robert Burrowes 2
Robert Wavell 2
Mr. Jaynes 7
Mr. Carveth 7
Clement Tompson, his house and stable 2/10
Mr. Trevilian, house and dye house 15
Richard Stanford 2
The Widow Roberts 3
John Swetenham, his house and stable 6
Steven Beckett 2
Henry Burch 2
Richard Lane's cellar 4
Mr. Mason's cellar 4
Mr Shefield's cellar 4
The Widow Greenoway 2
John Stocken 2
John Sparke 2
Mr. Ames 2
£143
Tennis Court Lane.
The Widow Johnes 1/10
Nicholas Brannocke 2
Mathias Burges 2/10
Lucas Cotterell 2
William Briant 3/10
The Widow Deane 2
Roger Gosticke 2
MS. p. 235a.
Obadiah Wallop 2
The Widow Hatter 2
William Kidder 3/10
John Kemmis 2
Mrs. Brownelowe, 2 houses 35
Mr. Harburne 10
Mr. Tompson 12
John Bennet 3/10
William Fielders 2
John Cleeter 2
William Williams 2/10
Thomas Sutton 2
Thomas Porter 2
Abell Sparke 2
John Maoh, house and stable 2/10
Richard Sorey 2
Roger Ricratt 12
The Widow Hinch 2
John Randall 2
Richard Brisby 2
The Widow Johnson 2
Thomas Wayen 2
Richard Nevell 2
Hugh Johnson 2
Edward Porter 2
Henry Nowell 2
William Accreson 2
William Hall 2
£136/10
New Rents.
Richard Steven 2
The Widow Benlace 2
Robert Holland 3
MS. p. 236.
Peter Wright, his house and 2 stables 8
John Lane 2
The Widow Blockeley 2
John Robinson 2
John Starkey 2
George Bett 2
John Lambert 2
The Widow Adams 1
Nicholas Wheteley 2
Robert Ireland, his house and 2 stables 5
John Lee 2
George Wilson 4
John Wright, his house and 2 stables 8
Richard Stibbin 2
Edward Turner 2
Josias Tassell 2
Robert Holloway 2
Mr. Trevilian's stable 2
The Dunge wharf for which the wards that use it pay £10 per ann., rent, and £120 fine, when the lease was let 30
£89
Three Crane Wharf.
The Wharf 60
Mr. Woodbridge 15
Augustine Wells 150
The Widow Elsemoore 5
Mr. Ryves 13
MS. p. 236a.
John Heacketts 10
Mrs. Offeild, her house and dye house 25
Mr. Price 12
Mr. Major 12
Walter Worley 3
Mr. Stevens 12
Thomas Gouldwire 4
Mr. Fellowes 8
Mr. Fellowes, his house that was Childens 8
Thomas Burbidge 5
William King 3
Thomas Marshall and his brother 2
Watermans' Hall 10
Mr. Wood, for 2 houses 11
Mr. Dorman 10
John Chadd 6
Francis Keeling 2
£246
The number of families and places tithable in St. Martin's Vintrey is 262
The yearly rent at a very moderate value of the houses and other places tithable is £2,080
£ s. d.
The tithe after the rate of 2/9 in the pound of the rents would amount to 286 0 0
The tithe received at present for all the houses etc., is 115 0 0
MS. p. 237.
The Parsons Revenue Yearly.
Tithe yearly now received 115 0 0
Easter booke 6 0 0
Casuall Duties for Marriages, Churchings, Burials 10 0 0
Glebe None
Parsonage House None
Pensions for Reading Divine Service or Sermons None
Sum is £131 0 0

Deductions and payments necessarily issuing out of the Parson's maintenance yearly, viz. -

First fruits, £17 10s 0d., which divided into 7 years come to 2 10 0
Tenths yearly 1 17 4
Subsidies when they are paid 3 4 8
Procurations for the Bishop of London at Triennial Visitation, 10s. divided in 3 years 3 4
Procurations to the Archdeacon of London 3 4
A pention to the Cathedral Church of Gloucester, yearly 2 0 0
Rent for the house in which the Parson lives, having no parsonage house 16 16 0
Paid to Curate yearly 16 0 0
To the Clerk for gathering the tithe 2 0 0
Lost in tithes Communibus annis 5 0 0
Sum is £49 14 8
So clear independent maintenance vesting to parson is yearly £81 5 4