Inhabitants of London in 1638
St. Peter, Cornhill

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Centre for Metropolitan History

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T.C. Dale

Year published

1931

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176-178

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'Inhabitants of London in 1638: St. Peter, Cornhill', The inhabitants of London in 1638 (1931), pp. 176-178. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=32064 Date accessed: 22 July 2014.


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ST. PETER, CORNHILL.

RENTS.
MS. p. 303. £
Half Mr. Writting's house 10
Mr Philip Mead 35
Mr. Wastall 55
Mr. Thorowgood 35
Mr. Woollistone 33
Mr. Coolinge 30
Mr. Renolds 25
Mr Pennington 20
Mr. Hill 8
Mr. Lusher 44
Mrs. Chapman's house 12
Mr. Snead's shop 8
Mr. Langlye 55
Mr. Ferris 30
Mr. Mould 14
Mr Gulliver 18
Widow Maurice 15
Mr. Younge 30
Mr. Hardinge 30
Mr. Moselye 20
Mr. Vertue 24
Mr John Mead 30
Mr. Desborough 35
Mr. Hart 18
Thomas Norman 4
Mr. Hurt's shop 6
Mr. Ward's shop 3
Mr. Wills shop 5
Mr. Serjeant 24
Mr. Birkett 45
Mr. Hudson 30
Mr. Bourcher 30
Mr. Clarke's shop 30
Mr. Clarke's house 15
MS. p. 303a.
Bishopsgate St.
Mr Whorde 20
Mr Dodson 20
Mr. Frith 20
Mr Harryman 18
Mr. Holmes 30
Mrs. Sackfield 30
Mr. Norman 18
Mr. Rutter 16
Mr. Simons 60
Mr. Parkinson 18
Mrs. Coale 30
Mr Whitebread 30
Mr. Hinde 30
Mr. Williams 14
Mr. Spilsburye 10
Mr. Griffith 10
Mr. Walcott 10
Mr. Neale 5
Mr. Hutchinson 5
Mr. Fisher 5
Mr Woodward 25
Mr Belam 20
Mr. Watson 30
Mr. Deacon's shop 8
Leadenhall St.
Mr. Onckles 20
Mr. Jones 30
Mr. Laycratt 20
Mrs Bingham 30
Mr. Graves 55
Mr. Wells 40
Mr. Pyewell 25
Mr. Padmore 20
Mr. John Harding 20
John Parker's shop 4
Mr. Handson 35
Mr. Middleton 45
Thomas Austin 10
Mr. Merricke 16
Dan Croxon's shop 4
Mr. Harris 40
Mr. Shaw 60
Mr. Osborne 18
Widow Burt 18
Mr. Warner 20
Mr. Batten 20
Mr. Silke 20
Mr. Munnes 70
Widow Procter 6
MS. p. 304.
Mr. Bolton 35
Gracious St.
Mr. Burt 35
Widow Grove 12
Bishop's shop 3
Mr. Higgins 25
Mr. Fisher's shop 4
Mr. Johnson 20
Mr. Thomas Pen for the shop 3
Mr. Evans 12
Mr. Cutts 14
Mr. Mumford 25
Mr. Abbot 25
Mr. Toolye 30
For his stable 6
Mr. Bosworth 20
Mr. Whitnye 12
Mr. Booker 45
Mr. Hall 25
Mr. Kinsman 14
Samuel Ward 12
Mr. Croone 20
Mr. Hieram 25
Mr. Spurrier 20
Mr. Bernard 55
Mr. Flesher 10
Mr. Callingswood 20
Mr. Watson's shop 5
Mr. Hamond 20
Mr. Henlowe 45
Mr. Watson's house 10
Mr. James 25
Mr. Pease 35
Mr. Taylor 8
Mr. Ingram 18
Mr. Wills 12
Mr. Jaques 10
Mr. Sikes 25
Mr. Cokelye 12
Mr. Bykar 30
Mr. Smith 20
Mrs. Gatwood 20
Mr. Brumidge 35
Henry Robinson 14
Miles Robinson 33
Mr. Hardinge 25
Mr. Chenryes shop 4
Thos. Hills house and shop 12
Within Leadenhall.
Mr. Wroth 30
Mr. Harrmans 16
Mr. Wetherall 8
The East India Company for several warehouses being near a 3rd part of the said Hall 100
MS. p. 304a.
Christs Hospital for a warehouse for Suffolks clothes 18
Mr. Baylye for several warehouses for the Bayes 40
Capt. Carleton for several warehouses being almost the whole south end of the said hall 20
The Sealers' warehouse for leather at the east end of the sd. hall 6
Robert Wilson for a warehouse of the Staplers at the end 6
Mrs. Dwaite for a small warehouse for meale 2
Mr. Jones for several warehouses wherein meal is put 6
Mr. Hawkins for Staplers' Hall 4
Mr. Pyewell for a warehouse 4
A warehouse and a large cellar late Mr. Burton's 8
A very fair cellar late Mr. Bell's 12
The warehouses standing in the Yard adjoining to the Southeast corner:
Mr. Kingsland for a warehouse for wood 4
Mr. Pate for a warehouse 4
Mr. Ravenscroft for warehouse 4
Mr. Bernard for a certain room 3
The Warehouses for the Lorreners and sellers of ironware above stairs on the east side of the said Yard:
Richard Folly for a warehouse 4
Richard Sparrow for a warehouse 4
Richard Post for warehouse 4
John Turton two warehouses 8
Thos. Bird a warehouse 4
John Simmack a warehouse 4
John Jennings one chamber 4
John Winchurst one chamber 4
Mr. Hopkins one chamber 4
Mr. Humphrey Osborne one chamber 4
Henry Newell one chamber 4
Henry Partridge one chamber 4
The Chamber of Londonpayes for the tithes of Leadenhall only £4 peranm.
Sum total of the severalvalues above written £3190
MS. p. 305.
The value of the Parsonage of St. Peter's Cornhill with the necessary charges issuing out.
Tithes 100 0 0
Glebe 58 0 0
Easter Offerings 3 10 0
Casual Duties 8 0 0
A Dwelling-house - - -
169 10 0
Deductions
In the Eleven years the first fruits, tenths, and subsidies hath been £140 6 2. But the present yearly charges are now: for tenths 3 19 0
Procurations 15 0
The clear yearly value being 164 16 0