Inhabitants of London in 1638
St. Peter, Westcheap

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Centre for Metropolitan History

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T.C. Dale

Year published

1931

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174-175

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'Inhabitants of London in 1638: St. Peter, Westcheap', The inhabitants of London in 1638 (1931), pp. 174-175. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=32063 Date accessed: 02 October 2014.


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ST. PETER, WESTCHEAP.

RENTS
MS. p. 300. £
Wood Street.
Sir Wm. Acton's house 80
Mr. Lea his house and shop 12
Mr. West his house and shop 10
Mr. Vected his house 11
Mr. Hust his house 10
Mr Smythson his house 10
Mr. Fletcher 2 tenements and 3 shops 28
Mr. Ashton his house and shop 20
Mr. Dod his house and shop 30
Mr. Bolton his house 11
Mr. Taylor his house 5
Mr. Baskerfield his house 8
Mr. Blackmore his house 12
Mrs. Plumm her house 6
Mr. Ruddyard house and shop 40
Mr. Saunders shop 8
Mr. Smyth his house 16
Mrs. Malin's house 8
Mr. Jefferson's house 10
The other side of Wood St
Mr. Dard his house and shop 15
Mr. Cooke his house 8
Mr. Myllett his house and shop 6
Mr. Preston his house and shop 10
Mr. Holland his house and shop 20
Mr. Staminat house and shop 16
Mr Cressener house and shop 16
Mr. Gulliforde house and shop 6
Mr. Woolle, house 10
Mr. Gastile, house and shop 26
Mr. Farlow, house 10
His shop underneath his house 10
Mr. Lavender, house and shop 30
Mrs. Watson, house and shop 28
Mr. Stephens, house and shop 30
Mr. Kervins, shop 20
Cheapside from Wood St. downward
Mr. Allen his house and shop 40
Mr. Overton his house and shop 40
Mr. Andrewes his house and shop 70
Mrs. Wood, house 20
766
MS. p. 300a.
Goldsmith's Row.
Mr. Clay shop 14
Mr. Latham, house and shop 26
Mr. Tuts house and shop 26
Mr. Ward shop 14
Mr. Andrewes house and shop 26
Mr. Saunders house 40
Mr. Yates house and shop 26
Mr. Oram his house and shop 26
Mr. Browne, shop 14
Mr. Williams house and shop 70
Mr. Sympsons, house and shop 26
Mr. Lancaster, two houses and a shop 36
Mr. Standish his shop 14
Mr. Harvey his shop 14
Cheapside from the Church upward.
Mr. Moncke's shop under the Church 20
Mr. Smythson shop under the Church 10
Mr. Molle, house and shop 60
Mr. Hinde, house and shop 30
Mr. Ashe, house and shop 30
Mr. Bard, two houses and a shop 70
Mr. Prescott, house and shop 60
Mr. Hacker and his partner, their house and shop 50
Mr. Saunders, house and shop 70
Mr. Drake, house and shop 90
Mr. Reade, house and shop 70
Gutter Lane.
Mr. Savage, house and shop 24
Mr. Horne, house and shop 10
Mr. Huddam, house 6
Mr. Whitchurch, house and shop 8
Mr. Greeves, house 7
Mr. Osburn house and shop 11
Mr. Hopton's house and shop 11
Mr. Smyth, house 9
Mr. Meacocke's house and shop 9
Mr. Pickering's shop 5
Mr. Joanes' house 5
Mr. Seaburne, house and shop 12
Mr. Carey, house and shop 12
Mr. Fletcher, house and shop 10
1071
MS. p. 301.
Dayes Court in Gutter Lane.
Mr. Reade house and shop 4
Mr. Hall's house 5
Mr. Newton's house 4
Mr. Burges' house and shop 7
Mr. Chamber's house 5
Mr. Norton's house 7
Mr. Smyth, house 8
Mr. Monckes' house 5
Mr. Lawes' house 6
Goodman Arnold's house 3
Goodwife Heathe, house 3
57
£ s. d.
Casual duties yearly are about 4 10 0
Easter offering 2 0 0
Glebe land -
Parsonage house none -
£6 10 0
Total sum of yearly rents 1894 0 0
Total sum of all the Parson's profits 94 14 2
From this sum of £94 /14/2 must be deducted as followeth: Tenths with the acquittance 2 13 1
Pension paid yearly to the King's Majesty as my acquittance runs 4 4
Procurations at several visitations, that and thacquittance 4 2
Paid to the Curate to read prayers and for help sometimes to preach for me 7 0 0
Paid for my house rent yearly 14 10 0
Lost in tithes yearly 3 4 0
Paid for the tithe of my house yearly 1 0 0
£28 15 7
Total sum of yearly rents as before 1894 0 0
Total sum of all the Parsons yearly profits as before 94 14 2
Deduct 28 15 7
Residuum de claro 65 18 7