Inhabitants of London in 1638
St. Giles without Cripplegate

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Centre for Metropolitan History

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T.C. Dale

Year published

1931

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236-239

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'Inhabitants of London in 1638: St. Giles without Cripplegate', The inhabitants of London in 1638 (1931), pp. 236-239. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=32079 Date accessed: 24 April 2014. Add to my bookshelf


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ST. GILES WITHOUT CRIPPLEGATE.

RENTS.
MS. p. 404.
Redcross St.
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18 tenements in Churchyard Alley at £3 per ann one with another 54
3 more on the street side at £8 24
7 more in Goldsmiths Alley at £5 35
11 more in same alley, 5 at £15 and 6 at £6 111
6 more on the street side at £7 42
4 in Frying Pan Alley at £2 8
3 more on the street side at £8 24
The Crown brewhouse at 30
4 more in the little alley at £4 16
6 more on the street side, 2 at £5 and 4 at £15 70
8 more in Paul's Alley, 3 at £15 and 5 at £6 75
7 more on street side, 5 at £12 and 2 at £30 120
7 more on the street side at £8 56
20 more in Three Herring Court at - 30
The Redlyon Inn at 20
8 more on the street side, 2 at £10 and 6 at £5 50
17 more in Angell Court at £2 34
7 more on street side at £8 56
3 more on street side at - 60
9 more: 3 at £10 and 6 at £3 48
3 more at £10 30
8 more in Ship Alley at - 24
6 more on street side at - 30
MS. p. 404a.
Barbican.
8 tenements on the street side, 3 at £20 and 5 at £5 85
2 more at £40 80
10 more at £10 100
4 more on the street side at £5 20
5 more in Bell Alley at £6 30
4 more, 1 at £15 and 3 at £5 30
5 more in Stonecutters Alley at £4 20
2 more on the street side at £20 40
The Earl of Bridgewater -
3 more on the street at 20
14 more in Garter Place at £4 56
5 more on the street side, 3 at £8 and 2 at £40 104
Beech Lane.
6 on the street side at £6
16 more in Kingshead Court at £3
8 more on the street side at £5
6 more in Redcrowe Alley at £2 10s. 15
7 more on the south side at £5 35
The Lady Lucie's house at 50
14 houses more at £5 70
MS. p. 405.
Golding Lane
5 tenements on street side at £4 20
16 more at 30s. 24
112 more on street side, 1 at £20 and 10 at £5 70
4 more in the alley 10
9 more on street side at £4 36
12 more in Bell Alley at £1 12
11 more in Hermitage Alley 11
4 more on street side at £5 20
The Sunne Brewhouse 20
11 more in Sunne Court at £3 33
4 more on street side 20
11 more in Raven Court at £3 10s. 38
4 more, 1 at £6 and 3 at £1 9
3 more, 1 at £8 and 2 at £3 14
9 more in the alley, 1 at £10 and 8 at £1 18
5 more, 4 at £6 and 1 at £16 40
Whitecross St.
16 more at £6 per ann each 96
The Peacock Brewhouse 20
9 tenements at £7 63
3 more, 1 at £15 and 2 at £5 25
27 more, 1 at 10 and 26 at £6 166
4 more at £6 24
11 more at £7 77
MS. p. 405a.
15 more in Whitecross Alley at £2 30
8 more on street side, 1 at £15, 7 at £6 57
4 more in St. John Baptist Alley at £15 60
2 more on street side 12
6 more in Coopers Alley 6
12 more, 4 in the alley and 8 on the street side at £6 72
The Skinners' Warehouse 40
4 more at £5 20
21 more in Whitelyon Court at £4 84
9 more on street side, 1 at £20 and 8 at £6 68
Fore Street.
11 more on the street at £6 and 10 in Cock Alley at £3 96
5 more, 1 at £20 and 4 at £5 40
9 more in St Giles Alley 9
9 more, 7 at £6 and 2 at £20 82
11 more in Pewterers Alley at £3 33
10 more, 2 on the street at £8 and 8 in the alley at £3 40
8 more in Three Tun Alley at £3 24
8 more, 3 at £20 and 5 at £6 90
5 more at £5 25
The Greyhound Tavern 20
7 more, 1 at £18 and 6 at £6 54
18 more, 2 at £20 and 16 at £8 168
Grub St.
MS. p. 406.
12 more, 2 at £12 and 10 at £6 84
Mr. Welby's house 20
16 more on the street at 96
Mr. Shingler's house 15
10 more, 1 at £10 and 9 at £5 55
46 houses in Bullens rents 50
11 more, 7 at £6 and 4 at £10 82
7 more, 2 at £30 and 5 at £5 85
18 more at £4 72
4 more at £6 24
14 more in Honysuckle Court at £3 42
27 more at £5/8/- 165
21 more at 21
More Lane.
12 more, 5 at £5 and 7 at £2 39
32 more at 50/- 80
12 more, 1 at £10 and 11 at £3 43
15 more at £3 45
28 more in Sugarloafe Court at £3 84
19 more in Butlers Alley at £2 38
8 more in Cock Alley at £3 24
32 more in Hartshorne Alley at £2 64
50 more in Bell Yard -
3 more on street side at £4 12
57 more in Maydenhead Alley -
MS. p. 406a.
4 more on street side at £4 16
20 more in the Posterne, 2 at £10 and 18 at £2/10/- 65
Little Morefeilds
4 more at £6 24
5 more at £3 15
6 more at £3 18
5 more at £8 40
20 more at 30
6 more at 50
5 at £12 60
9 at £3 27
2 at £15 and 1 at £5 35
The total sum for the freedom and within the liberties is £5415 which according to the Decree at 2/9 in the pound amounteth to the sum of 724/10
MS. p. 407.
The other half of the parish which is in Middlesex and without the liberties of London, consisting of a multitude of poor people, is conceived to be worth per annum 3000
So the total sum is 8415
Which half part of the parish above mentioned is according to an ancient custom at 2/- in the pound which amounteth to in tithe 300
The total sum of both the parts of the parish within and without the liberties would amount to the sum of 1024/10
Of which there is payable according to the books for that part within the Liberties 250
And for the part without the liberties 150
In all 400
Due more in casualties and offerings at Easter 100
The parsonage house 2
The due for catechizing 10
Due in all 512
MS. p. 407a.
Out of this there are necessary Deductions as followeth:
The pension to the church of Paules 8/13/4
To the poor 8
To the Curate 30
For Catechizinge 10
To the Reader for reading and collecting the tithes 35
Procurations -/6/8
Tenths and subsidies 9/1/6
Lost per ann. in tithes by reason of the extreme poverty of the place 100
In all 201/1/6
Which being taken from the sum due by the book £512, there remaineth the sum of 310/18/6

Wm. Fuller