Folios xxxi - xl

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1902

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'Folios xxxi - xl', Calendar of letter-books of the city of London: D: 1309-1314 (1902), pp. 85-106. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=33076 Date accessed: 20 April 2014. Add to my bookshelf


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Folio xxxi.

Monday after the Feast of St. Matthias [24 Feb.], 5 Edward II. [A.D. 1311-12], Thomas atte Feld, "chaundeler," admitted, &c., before Henry de Durham and Simon de Paris, Aldermen, and John le Mazelyner, the Chamberlain-10s.

Thursday after the Feast of St. Matthias [24 Feb.], Thomas de Baldeswelle, "parchemener," admitted, &c., before Henry de Durham and John de Wyndesore, Aldermen, and John le Mazelyner, the Chamberlain-10s.

The same day, William de Knaptone, cordwainer, admitted, &c., before the aforesaid Aldermen-1 mark.

The same day, John Yves admitted, &c., before John de Wengrave, Henry de Durham, and John de Wyndesore, Aldermen-1 mark.

Saturday before the Feast of SS. Perpetua and Felicitas [7 March], Sampson de Gretham admitted before Henry de Durham, John de Wyndesore, and Anketyn de Gysors, Aldermen-10s.

The same day, Roger, son of Richard le Fevre de Durham, admitted, &c., before the same-half a mark.

The same day, Ralph de Chabeham, "stokfisshmongere," admitted, &c., before the same-10s.

The same day, Edmund Godewyn, "meneter," (fn. 1) admitted, &c., before John de Gysors, the Mayor, Henry de Durham, John de Wyndesore, and Roger de Frowyk, Aldermen-10s.

The same day, Robert de Gypsewic, "coteler," admitted, &c., before Henry de Durham and John de Wyndesore, Aldermen -5s.

Friday before the Feast of St. Gregory, Pope [12 March], William de Bedeford de Syvelesho admitted, &c., before Henry de Durham and Anketyn de Gisors, Aldermen-10s.

Tuesday before the Feast of St. Gregory, Pope [12 March], Simon Leffeyn, taverner, admitted before John de Gisors, the Mayor, John de Wengrave, John de Lyncoln, and Anketyn de Gisorz, Aldermen-10s.

The same day, Roger de Lymynton, "haubergier," (fn. 2) admitted, &c., before the same-half a mark.

Tuesday before the Feast of Annunciation B. M. [25 March], John Belamy de Eldesanford, (fn. 3) co Essex, admitted, &c., before John de Wyndesore and Henry de Gloucester, Aldermen-10s.

Folio xxxi b.

Wednesday before the Feast of Annunciation B. M. [25 March], 5 Edward II. [A.D. 1311-12], Robert Gladewyn de Swanescompe admitted, &c., before the Chamberlain in the presence of Sirs John de Gisors, the Mayor, John de Wyndesore, Henry de Durham, Henry de Gloucestre, and Nicholas Picot, Aldermen-I mark.

And be it remembered that inasmuch as the said Robert is not at present residing in the City, a day is given him to come and reside therein with his wife and family and all his goods and chattels before the Feast of Pentecost next; otherwise he agrees to be held as a stranger and not to enjoy the freedom of the City, and to lose the sum of money aforesaid, together with the said freedom.

Afterwards, viz., on Tuesday after the Feast of Holy Trinity [21 May], it is testified by William Pikeman and Richard Danyel that the aforesaid Robert came to reside in the City as is premised above.

6 April, 5 Edward II. [A.D. 1312], Geoffrey le Latoner admitted, &c., before Henry de Durham and Nicholas Pikot, Aldermen-half a mark.

The same day, John de Fyncheham, "barbier," admitted, &c., before Henry de Durem and Simon Bolet, Aldermen-10s.

Wednesday after the quinzaine of Easter [26 March], Robert atte Hache, "gardiner," admitted, &c., before Henry de Durham, Simon Bolet, and Geoffrey de Conduit, Aldermen, and John le Mazelyner, the Chamberlain-10s.

[The same day,] William de Sharnebroke, butcher, admitted, &c., before Henry de Durham, Anketyn de Gisors, and John de Wyndesore, Aldermen-1 mark.

The same day, Robert le Frensshe, "carpenter," admitted &c., before the same, at the instance of John, Clerk of the Chamber-10s.

The same day, Thomas de Haddele, "chaloner," admitted, &c., before Henry de Durham and Nicholas Picot, Aldermen -10s.

Tuesday before the Feast of St. Mark, Evangelist [25 April], Geoffrey le Brewer de Garscherche, called "de Stebenhethe," admitted, &c., before Anketin de Gisors and Simon Bolet, Aldermen, and John le Mazelyner, the Chamberlain-10s.

Saturday before the same Feast, Thomas de Welleford, hosier, admitted, &c., before Henry de Durham, Alderman-10s.

The same day, Robert de Eppyngge, "megucer," (fn. 4) admitted. &c., before the same-15s. 10d.

Monday the eve of St. Mark [25 April], Robert de Kesteven. "taillour," admitted before Henry de Durham and Anketyn de Gisors, Aldermen, and John le Mazelyner, the Chamberlain- half a mark.

Folio xxxii.

Monday the eve of St. Mark, Evangelist [25 April], 5 Edward II. [A.D. 1312], William atte Mershe de Brocton, clerk, admitted, &c., before Henry de Durham and Anketyn de Gysors, Aldermen. For having the freedom, half a mark.

The same day, Simon de Kydmenstre, tailor, admitted, &c., before the same-10s.

The same day, William de Westwyk, "brewer," admitted, &c., before the same-10s.

The following Wednesday, John de Crokesleghe admitted, &c., before the aforesaid Aldermen and the Chamberlain-10s.

The same day, Richard de Hortone admitted, &c., before the same-half a mark.

The same day, William de Micheham, "poleter," called "le Clerk," admitted, &c., before the aforesaid Aldermen-12s. 6d.

The same day, Robert de Suttone, "lorymer," son of Richard de Suttone, admitted, &c., before John de Wengrave, Alderman, and John le Mazelyner, the Chamberlain-1 mark.

Saturday after the Feast of St. Mark [25 April], Robert Wodecok, "wyndrayer," admitted, &c., before Henry de Durham and Anketyn de Gisors, Aldermen-10s.

The same day, Thomas de Kent, tailor, admitted, &c., before the same-half a mark.

The same day, Richard Rolf, "lorymer," admitted, &c., before the same-12s. 6d.

Friday the morrow of the Ascension [4 May], Roger le Brewere, late valet to the Dame Chastanea, admitted, &c., before Nicholas Pikot, Alderman, John le Mazelyner, the Chamberlain, and David de Cotesbroke, the Comptroller-half a mark.

The same day, Robert atte Barre, "poleter," admitted, &c., before the aforesaid Aldermen [sic] and the Chamberlain-10s.

Saturday after the Feast of St. Mark [25 April], Robert de Fulbourne, brewer, admitted, &c., before Henry de Durham and Anketyn de Gisors, Aldermen-half a mark.

The same day, Henry de Sandwych, "cordewaner," admitted before the same-10s.

Folio xxxii b.

Rogerus de Kent.

Tuesday before the Feast of the Ascension [4 May] 5 Edward II. [A.D. 1312], Roger de Kent, "brewer," admitted, &c., before Henry de Durham and Anketyn de Gisors, Aldermen. For having the freedom, half a mark.

Tuesday after the Feast of St. John ante portam Latinam [6 May], Robert atte Gate, tailor, admitted, &c., before Simon Bolet, Alderman, in the presence of David de Cotesbroke and John le Mazelyner, the Chamberlain-10s.

Saturday the eve of Pentecost [14 May], John le Warener, cook, admitted before Anketyn de Gisors, Alderman, and John le Mazelyner, the Chamberlain-10s.

The same day, Peter de Mertone, "bowyere lanarum," (fn. 5) admitted, &c., before the same-half a mark.

The same day, Thomas de Hestone, "gylder," admitted. &c., before the same-half a mark.

[The same day,] Matthew Frossh, fishmonger, admitted, &c., before the same-1 mark.

The same day, John de Langgereche, carpenter, admitted, &c., before the same-10s.

Tuesday after the Feast of H. Trinity [21 May], John de Dovor, "whescestone makere," (fn. 6) admitted, &c., before Nicholas Picot and Anketin de Gisors, Aldermen, and the Chamberlain- 1 mark.

The following Saturday, Simon le Hert, "ceynturer," admitted, &c., before Anketin de Gisors, Alderman, and John le Mazelyner, the Chamberlain-half a mark.

1 June, Hugh, son of James Blaunk, admitted, &c., before John de Wengrave and Anketin de Gisors, Aldermen-half a mark.

Tuesday after the octave of H. Trinity [21 May], John de Flete, cook, valet to Sir John de Gisors, the Mayor, admitted, &c., before the said Mayor, [and] Nicholas de Farendone, John de Wengrave, Anketin de Gisors, Simon Bolet, John de Lincoln, Nicholas Picot, Henry de Gloucestre, and Roger de Frowyk, Aldermen, at the instance of the said Mayor. He gives nothing.

3 June, Peter de St. Ives, cook, admitted, &c., before Anketyn de Gisors and Henry de Durham, Aldermen-10s.

The same day, John de Saxelby, fishmonger, admitted, &c., before Anketin de Gisorz, Alderman-10s.

Folio xxxiii.

Willelmus de Flitten'.

Tuesday before the Feast of St. Hillary [13 Jan.], 5 Edward II. [A.D. 1311-12], William de Flitten, "brewer," admitted before Henry de Durham and Simon de Paris, Aldermen For having the freedom, 16s. 8d.

ml.

Friday before the Feast of St. Barnabas [11 June], Master John de Suthwerk, surgeon, admitted, &c., before Sir John de Gisors, the Mayor, and Anketin de Gisors, Alderman. He gives nothing because admitted at the instance of Hugh de Waltham, clerk, (fn. 7) Thomas de Kent, and Joce de London, &c., by the Mayor.

Saturday the eve of St. Barnabas [11 June], Geoffrey Lefhogge, brewer, admitted, &c., before Anketyn de Gisorz, Alderman, and John le Mazelyner, the Chamberlain-10s.

The following Monday, John Russel de Lancastre admitted, &c., before the same-10s.

The same day, Walter du Boys, "batour," admitted, &c., before the same-half a mark.

Saturday after the Feast of St. Barnabas [11 June], Thomas atte Chirche, brewer, admitted before the same-1 mark.

The same day, Thomas de Croydon, brewer, admitted, &c., before the same-1 mark.

Monday before the Feast of Nativity of St. John Bapt. [24 June], John le Longge, brewer, admitted, &c., before the same-half a mark.

The following day, Robert Goldstone admitted, &c., before the same-1 mark.

The same day, Thomas de Shaddewelle admitted, &c., before the aforesaid Aldermen [sic] and Chamberlain-10s.

The same day, Thomas de Erdeslawe, valet of Sir John de Sendale, admitted, &c., before John de Gisors, the Mayor, John de Wengrave [and] John de Lincoln, Aldermen, at the instance of Sir John Devery-2s. 6d.

The same day, Thomas de Selstone, clerk, called "le Mirourer," (fn. 8) of Fletestrete, admitted, &c., before the same-half a mark.

The same day, Nicholas de Kalne, skinner, admitted, &c., before Anketyn de Gisorz, Alderman, and John le Mazelyner, the Chamberlain-10s.

The same day, John Baron, "batour," admitted, &c.-10s.

Folio xxxiii b.

Thursday before the Feast of Nativity of St. John Bapt. [24 June], 5 Edward II. [A.D. 1312], Edmund, son of Richard Canon, admitted, &c., before John de Gisors, the Mayor, John de Wengrave and Anketyn de Gisors, Aldermen, at the instance of John de Wengrave And he gives nothing, &c.

The same day, Thomas de Westwode admitted, &c., before the same at the instance of John de Wengrave. And he gives nothing.

The same day, William de Fingrie, "braceour," admitted, &c., before the same at the instance of John de Wengrave. Gives half a mark.

The same day, Robert de Bredestone, 'lorimer" admitted, &c., before the same-1 mark.

Summa hujus termini £xxiij xvjs. viijd.

Monday after the Feast of St. John Bapt. [24 June], 5 Edward II. [A.D. 1312], John le Parker, "brewer," admitted before Nicholas Pikot and Anketyn de Gisors, Aldermen-10s.

Wednesday before the Feast of Translation of St. Thomas the Martyr [7 July], William de Preston, cook, admitted, &c., before Anketyn de Gisors and Simon Bolet, Aldermen, and John le Mazelyner, the Chamberlain-half a mark.

The same day, Roger Burel, chapeler (capellarius), admitted, &c., before the same-half a mark.

Wednesday after the Feast of Translation of St. Thomas the Martyr [7 July], 5 [sic] Edward II., Thomas de Meebourne admitted, &c., before Anketin de Gisors, Alderman and John le Mazelyner, the Chamberlain-half a mark.

Saturday before the Feast of St. Margaret [20 July], 5 [sic] Edward II., Roger de Thorle, brewer, admitted, &c., before the same-10s.

The same day, Michael, son of John de Lynstede de Canterbury, admitted, &c., before Nicholas Picot, Alderman, and John le Mazelyner, the Chamberlain-half a mark.

The same day, David, son of Thomas le Pottere, admitted, &c., before Anketyn de Gysors, Alderman-1 mark.

Monday before the Feast of St. Laurence [10 Aug.], 6 Edward II. [A.D. 1312], Martin de Drokenesford, cook, admitted, &c., before Anketyn de Gysors, Alderman, and Richard de Welleford, Sheriff-half a mark.

Folio xxxiv.

Wednesday the eve of St. Laurence [10 Aug.], 6 Edward II. [A.D. 1312], Adam de Corbrigge, cordwainer, admitted, &c., before Anketyn de Gysors, Alderman, and John le Mazelyner, the Chamberlain-half a mark.

The same day, John de Broune "ismongere" admitted &c., before the same-10s.

The same day, Seman de Waledene admitted &c., before the same-half a mark.

The same day, William Dyakne, "chaloner," admitted, &c., before the same-half a mark.

Monday the eve of the Assumption [15 Aug.], Henry de la Chaumbre, "barbier," admitted, &c., before the same-half a mark.

The same day, John de Redgrave, "potter," admitted, &c., before the same-half a mark.

The same day, John Toly de Donmowe admitted, &c., before J[ohn] de Gisors, the Mayor, Richard de Wyllehale, Anketyn de Gysors, Nicholas Picot, and Nigel Drury, Aldermen, at the instance of the aforesaid Mayor. He gives nothing.

The following Wednesday, Godfrey de Yfeld, "whitawier," admitted, &c., before the aforesaid Aldermen and Chamberlain -half a mark.

The following Saturday, John Platon de Shenefeld, cordwainer, admitted, &c., before Anketyn de Gysors and the Chamberlain-half a mark.

Thursday the Feast of St. Bartholomew [24 Aug.], Walter de Ulvester of Ireland, clerk, admitted, &c., before the same- half a mark.

The same day, Robert de la More, mercer, admitted, &c., before the same-half a mark.

Saturday after the Feast of Decollation of St. John Bapt. [29 Aug.], James de Great "Katword," (fn. 9) vintner, admitted, &c., before John de Wengrave and Anketyn de Gisors, Aldermen, and John le Mazelyner, the Chamberlain-10s.

Monday before the Nativity B. M. [8 Sept.], Martin de Wolverhamptone, vintner, admitted, &c., before John de Gisors, the Mayor, William Servat and Anketyn de Gysors, Aldermen, at the instance of Thomas and Henry de Gysors And therefore he gives nothing.

Folio xxxiv b.

Willelmus de Kent.

Saturday after the Nativity B. M. [8 Sept.], 6 Edward II. [A.D. 1312], William de Kent, butcher, admitted, &c., before John de Wyndesore and Richard de Gloucestre, Aldermen, and John le Mazelyner, the Chamberlain-half a mark.

Robertus Snel.

Tuesday after the Feast of Exaltation of H. Cross [14 Sept.], Robert Snel, clerk, admitted, &c., before Anketyn de Gisors, Alderman, and John le Mazelyner, the Chamberlain-15s. 10d.

Willelmus Mariet.

Wednesday before the Feast of St. Michael [29 Sept.], William Mariet, "gaunter," admitted, &c., before the same- half a mark.

Sebarnus de Shenefeld.

The same day, "Sebarnus" de Shenefeld, brewer, admitted, &c., before the same-22s. 6d.

Johannes de Lutgarshale.

The same day, John de Lutegarsale, brewer, admitted, &c., before the same-half a mark.

Walterus de Waltham.

Thursday the eve of St. Michael [29 Sept], Walter de Waltham admitted, &c., before Anketyn de Gysors, Alderman, and J[ohn] le Mazeliner, the Chamberlain-half a mark.

Walterus le Hore.

Wednesday after the Feast of St. Michael [29 Sept.], Walter le Hore, called "Starling" de Elmham, admitted, &c., before the same-half a mark.

Milole Hunte.

Saturday after the octave of St. Michael [29 Sept], Milo le Hunte admitted, &, before the same-1 mark.

Johannes ae Ingelwode.

The same day, John de Ingelwode, "potter," admitted, &c., before the same-half a mark.

Semannus de Grascherche.

The same day, Seman de Grascherche admitted, &c., before the same-half a mark.

Willelmus de Grenestede, cissor.

Monday before the Feast of St. Edward [13 Oct.], William de Grenestede, tailor, admitted, &c., before John de Gysors, the Mayor, John de Wengrave, William de Leire, William de Coumbemartin, [and] Anketin de Gisors, Aldermen-1 mark.

Ricardus Annore.

The same day, Richard Annore, fishmonger, admitted&c., before the aforesaid Aldermen and the Chamberlain-half a mark.

Folio xxxv.

Henr' de Braundestone.

Wednesday before the Feast of St. Edward, K. [13 Oct.], 6 Edward II. [A.D. 1312], Henry de Braundestone admitted, &c., before Anketyn de Gysors, Alderman, and John le Mazelyner, the Chamberlain For having the freedom, 40s.

Saturday after the Feast of St. Edward, K. [13 Oct.] John de Stowe, "potter," admitted, &c., before the same-half a mark.

The same day, Nicholas de Totenham, brewer, admitted, &c., before the same-1 mark

The same day, William Knyght, "ceinturer," admitted, &c., before the aforesaid Aldermen [sic]-10s.

Thursday after the Feast of St. Luke [18 Oct.], Richard Cotrel, "cordewaner," admitted, &c., before Anketin de Gisors, Alderman, and John le Mazelyner, the Chamberlain-half a mark.

Monday after the Feast of St. Luke [18 Oct.], Richard Wyard de Leytone, "potter," admitted, &c., before the same- 6s. 8d.

The same day, John de Oxford, "strumyler," (fn. 10) admitted, &c., before the same-half a mark.

The same day, William de St. Saviour, butcher, admitted, &c., before the same-half a mark.

The same day, Nicholas de Staunford, "peleter," admitted, &c., before the same-half a mark.

The same day, Adam atte Welle, "batour," admitted, &c., before the same-half a mark.

The same day, Richard de Berdefeld, "cordewaner," admitted, &c., before the same-10s.

Friday the eve of SS. Simon and Jude [28 Oct.], Walter de Gildeford, cordwainer, admitted, &c., before the same-half a mark.

The same day, Philip de Shirebourne, "taillour," admitted, &c., before the same-10s.

The same day, Robert Burel, "cordewaner," admitted, &c., before the same-1 mark.

The following Tuesday, John de Hodesdone, cook, admitted, &c., before the same-half a mark.

Folio xxxv b.

Ricardus Bungge.

Saturday after the Feast of All Saints [1 Nov.], 6 Edward II. [A.D. 1312], Richard Bungge, "skynnere," admitted, &c., before Nicholas de Farendone, Alderman, and John le Mazelyner, the Chamberlain. For having the freedom, half a mark.

Willelmus Sely.

Monday after the Feast of All Saints [1 Nov.], 6 Edward II. [A.D. 1312], William Seely, "spicer," admitted, &c., before J[ohn] de Gysors, the Mayor, Nicholas de Farendone and

Henry de Gloucestre, Aldermen, and John le Mazelyner, the Chamberlain-half a mark.

Johannes Raven, mercer.

Wednesday after the Feast of All Saints [1 Nov.], John Raven, mercer, admitted, &c., before Anketin de Gisors, Alderman-20s.

Nicholaus de Bristoli.

Friday the eve of St. Martin [11 Nov.], Nicholas de Bristoll vintner, admitted, &c., before Anketin de Gysors, Alderman, and John le Mazelyner, the Chamberlain-half a mark.

Radulphus Beauflur.

The same day, Ralph Beauflour admitted, &c., before the same-half a mark.

Martinus Briselaunce.

The same day, Martin Briselaunce admitted, &c., before the same-half a mark.

Willelmus Muriel.

The same day, William Muriel, "poleter," admitted, &c., before the same-half a mark.

Simon de Mundene.

The same day, Simon de Mundene, cordwainer, admitted, &c., before the same-half a mark.

Johannes Symcon.

The following Tuesday, John, son of Henry Symeon, draper, admitted, &c., before John de Gysors, the Mayor, John de Wengrave, William de Coumbemartyn, Roger de Frowyk, and Anketin de Gysors, Aldermen, at the instance of "Adomar" (Aylmer) de Valence, Earl of Pembroke-40s.

Johannes Gerold.

The same day, John Gerold, "shippewright," admitted, &c., before the aforesaid Aldermen-half a mark.

Hugo Trip.

The same day, Hugh Trip, "draper," admitted, &c., before Anketyn de Gisors, Alderman, and John le Mazelyner, the Chamberlain-10s.

Will's de Otteleye.

The same day, William de Otteleye, "dubber," (fn. 11) admitted, &c., before the same-10s.

Johannes de Saham.

Friday before the Feast of St. Edmund, K. [20 Nov.], John de Saham, "tableter," admitted, &c., before the same-half a mark.

Johannes atte felde.

The same day, John atte Felde de Kemtone (?) admitted, &c., before the same-10s.

Folio xxxvi.

Thursday the Feast of St. Clement [23 Nov.], 6 Edward II. [A.D. 1312], Alan de Monte de Stanes, clerk, admitted, &c., before Anketyn de Gysors, Alderman, and John le Mazelyner, the Chamberlain-half a mark.

Friday the eve of St. Katherine [25 Nov.], John de Wodestoke, brewer, admitted before the same-10s.

The same day, Walter Baldewyn de Langgeleye admitted, &c., before the same-half a mark.

Summa, £xix iijs. iiijd.

Monday after the Feast of St. Andrew [30 Nov.], Hugh de Breynford, "pesshoner," admitted, &c., before Anketyn de Gysors, Alderman, and John le Mazelyner, the Chamberlain- 1 mark.

The same day, Robert de Beverlee, cordwainer, admitted, &c., before the same-half a mark.

The same day, Henry de Abyndone, cordwainer, admitted, &c., before the same-half a mark.

The same day, John de Tarente, tailor, admitted, &c., before the same-half a mark.

The same day, John de Asshendone, tailor, admitted, &c., before the same-half a mark.

[Folios. 36 b-37 b blank.]

Folio xxxviii.

Apprentices, 3 Edward II., temp. R[ichard] Potrel, Chamberlain.

Pontis, Johannes fil' Willelmi atte Hawegate.

aprentic'.

Tuesday the morrow of St. Michael [29 Sept.], 3 Edward II. [A.D. 1309], John, son of William atte Hawegate de Pulham, came before the Chamberlain and acknowledged himself apprentice of William de Braye, "stokfisshemongere," from the Feast of St. Michael, 2 Edward II., until the end of seven years next ensuing, &c. And he gives to the Commonalty 2s. 6d.

Bredestrete, Johannes fil' Willelmi de Meleford.

aprentic'.

The following day, John, son of William de Melford, came before the Mayor, Aldermen, and Chamberlain, and acknowledged himself apprentice of William de Bredestrete, shearman (retonsor), for a term of seven years from Easter, 2 Edward II. -2s. 6d.

Creplegate, Willelmus Payn fil' Johannis Payn.

aprentic'.

The same day, William, son of John Payn de Bovyndone, came before the Chamberlain and acknowledged himself apprentice of Richard de Enefeld, fuster (fustar'), for a term of seven years from Christmas next-2s. 6d.

Colmanstrete, Johannes "Whitelok" de Ewelle.

exitus.

Tuesday after the octave of St. Michael [29 Sept.], John "Whitlok" de Ewelle, late apprentice of Geoffrey de "Storteford," glover, admitted to the freedom of the City and sworn, &c., for that the said Geoffrey came before the Chamberlain the same day, and testified that the said John had well and faithfully served his full term of apprenticeship-2s. 6d. His ingress (ingressus) appears in the paper of apprenticeships of the aforesaid Ward, anno 28 Edward I.

Colmanstrete, Johannes Whitlok, junior.

aprentic'.

The same day, John Whitlok de Ewelle, junior, came before the Chamberlain and acknowledged himself apprentice of Geoffrey de "Sterteford," glover, for a term of seven years from Michaelmas-2s. 6d.

Cordewanerestrete Andr' Godard, piperar'.

exitus.

Monday the Feast of St. Edward, K. [13 Oct.] Andrew Godard, pepperer, late apprentice of Simon Godard, pepperer, admitted to the freedom of the City, &c., for that it was testified by Simon de Corp, pepperer, of Sopereslane, Peter Adrian, and other trustworthy men, that the aforesaid Andrew was apprentice of the said Simon for a full term of seven years. And because he was not enrolled he gives to the Commonalty 5s.

Creplegate, Ricardus fil' Elie de Brekyng aprentic'.

The same day, Richard, son of Elyas de Brekyng, came before the Chamberlain and acknowledged himself apprentice of Thomas de Sterteford, fuster, for a term of fourteen years from Michaelmas last-2s. 6d.

Creplegate, Robertus le Gros de Colcestre. aprentic'.

The same day, Robert le Gros de Colecestre came before the Chamberlain and acknowledged himself apprentice of the same for a term of seven years from Michaelmas last- 2s. 6d.

Douegate, Hugo de Flamma Villa.

exitus.

Tuesday after the Feast of St. Luke [18 Oct.], Hugh de Flamma Villa, corder, late apprentice of William de Rokesle, corder, admitted to the freedom of the City, &c., for that the said Hugh proffered before the Chamberlain a certain writing indented of his apprenticeship, sealed with the seal of the said William, which testified that the aforesaid Hugh stood with the aforesaid William after the manner of an apprentice for a full term of twelve years. He gives to the Commonalty for his ingress and exit 5s.

Turris, Robertus de Porstok.

aprentic'.

The same day, Robert de Porstok came before the Chamberlain and acknowledged himself apprentice of John de Hamene, woolmonger, for a term of seven years from the Feast of St. Edward, anno 2 Edward II. -2s. 6d.

Folio xxxviii b.

Farndone, Barth's fil Johannis de Bromfeld.

exitus.

Thursday after the Feast of SS. Simon and Jude [28 Oct.], 3 Edward II. [A.D. 1309], Bartholomew, son of John de Bromfeld de Denham, cobbler, admitted to the freedom of the City, &c., for that Ralph de Fisshestrete, cobbler, came before the Chamberlain the same day and testified that the said Bartholomew had well and faithfully served him and had completed his full term. The said Ralph therefore quitclaimed him. His ingress appears in a certain paper of apprentices in the Ward of Farndone, anno 33 [Edward I.]-2s. 6d.

For', Willelmus de Hodesdone

exitus.

William de Hodesdone, late apprentice of John Sterlynge, deceased, admitted to the freedom of the City, &c., before Thomas Romayn, the Mayor, John de Wengrave, John de Wyndesore, Aldermen, and Richard Potrel, the Chamberlain, for that it was testified by good men that he had fully served his term Gives 5s. because not previously enrolled.

Ripa Regine, Johannes atte Lee de Wolkenstede.

exitus.

Thursday the Feast of St. Leonard [6 Nov.], John atte Lee, of the parish of Wolkenstede, (fn. 12) co Surrey, late apprentice of William de Coumpeworth, girdler, admitted to the freedom of the City, for that the said William testified before the Chamberlain that the aforesaid John had fully served his term of apprenticeship, and quitclaimed him-2s. 6d. His ingress appears in the second paper of apprentices in the Ward of Walebrok, anno 28 Edward I.

Alegite, Willelmus Lewys.

exitus.

Monday the eve of St. Martin [11 Nov.], William Lewys de Burhwode, late apprentice of Gilbert Shep, "poter," admitted to the freedom of the City and sworn before Richard Potrel the Chamberlain, for that the said Gilbert testified that he had fully served his term, &c. -5s. His ingress appears in the second paper of apprentices in the Ward of Alegate, anno 29.

Vinetr', Reginald' atte Strete.

exitus.

The same day, Reginald atte Strete de "Yngge atte Stone," (fn. 13) late apprentice of Thomas le Ropere, admitted to the freedom of the City, &c., before Nicholas Pikot, Alderman, and Richard Potrel, the Chamberlain, for that the said Thomas testified that the said Reginald had faithfully served him so long as he stood with him, and part of his term the said Thomas had released, &c. To the Commonalty 9s. 2d. because admitted before the end of his term. His ingress appears in the second paper of apprentices in the Ward of Queenhithe, anno 32.

Farndone.

exitus.

The next day, Alexander Newman, "chaundeler," late apprentice of William le Chaundeler, admitted to the freedom, &c., before Richard Potrel, the Chamberlain, for that the said William testified that the said Alexander had faithfully served him and finished his term, &c. To the Commonalty 1 mark because not previously enrolled.

Farndone, Ricardus de Mordone.

aprentic'.

The following Thursday, Richard de Mordone came before the Chamberlain and acknowledged himself apprentice of Richard de Tateregge, tanner, for a term of seven years from Easter last. To the Commonalty 2s. 6d.

Farndone, Willelmus de Childewik.

exitus.

The same day, William de Childewik, ointer (untuarius), admitted to the freedom, &c., before Sir Thomas Romayn, the Mayor, the Aldermen, and the Chamberlain, for that William de Staundone, ointer, testified that he had faithfully served him and had completed his term, &c. -2s. 6d. His ingress appears in the second paper of apprentices, anno 3 Edward II. (fn. 14)

For'. Thomas de Balsham

exitus.

The following Saturday, Thomas de Balsham, son of John Spileman, late apprentice of John de Radewelle, "formager," (fn. 15) admitted to the freedom, &c., before Richard Potrel, the Chamberlain, for that the said Thomas proffered a certain acquittance under the seal of the said John testifying that the said John had remitted the residue of his term as well as his term. The said Thomas gives to the Commonalty half a mark for ingress and exit.

Folio xxxix.

Creplegate, Alex' fil Alex'i de Redynghe.

exitus.

Alexander, son of Alexander de Redynghe, late apprentice of John Baudre, tanner, admitted to the freedom of the City, &c., before Richard Potrel, the Chamberlain, for that the said John testified that the said Alexander had faithfully served him and completed his term of apprenticeship, &c. Gives for his exit 4s. His ingress appears in the second paper of apprentices in the Ward of Creplegate, anno 35.

Farndone, Walterus de Haddeham.

exitus.

Saturday after the Feast of St. Martin [11 Nov.], 3 Edward II. [A.D. 1309], Walter de Haddeham, late apprentice of John de Haddeham, tanner, admitted, &c., before Richard Potrel, the Chamberlain, for that Hawysia, the widow and executrix of the said John, and Richard Ussher, her co-executor, testified that the said Walter had faithfully served the said John and completed his term He gives to the Commonalty for his exit, and because he trafficked after the end of his term and before admission, 5s. His ingress appears in the second paper of apprentices in the Ward of Ludegate and Neugate, anno 29.

Pontis, Walterus fil' Johannis de Boys.

introitus et exitus.

Tuesday before the Feast of St. Edmund, K. [20 Nov.], Walter, son of John de Boys, late apprentice of Richard Horn, ironmonger, admitted, &c., before Nicholas de Farendone, John de Wyndesore, and Henry de Dureme, Aldermen, and Richard Potrel, the Chamberlain, for that the said Richard came and testified that the said Walter had faithfully served him, and he (the said Richard) quitclaimed him for the whole time of his apprenticeship For his entrance (introitus) 7s. 6d. because not previously enrolled, the money being received by the aforesaid Aldermen, and the Chamberlain not accountable for the same.

Farndone, Walterus de Mondene.

exitus.

Wednesday after the Feast of St. Edmund, K. [20 Nov.], Walter de Mondene, late apprentice of Geoffrey de Houndesdiche, admitted, &c., for that it was found by the paper of apprentices in the Ward of Bisshopesgate that he acknowledged himself an apprentice of the said Geoffrey, and that he had completed his term. For his exit 2s. 6d. paid to the Aldermen.

Baynard, Walterus Crompe.

exitus.

Thursday the Feast of St. Edmund, K. [20 Nov.], Walter Crompe de "Brokesburne," haymonger, late apprentice of William de "Brokesbourne," haymonger, admitted, &c., for that it was testified by the oath of good men of the neighbourhood that the said Walter had been apprentice of the said William for a term of seven years, had completed his term, and had lawfully left his master. And because not previously enrolled he gives to the Commonalty 6s. 8d., which R[ichard] Potrel received.

Langbourne, Dyonis' le Feyner.

exitus.

The same day, Dyonisius le Feyner (i.e., haymonger), late apprentice of Dyonisius le Feyner, "junior," of Grascherche, admitted, &c., before Richard Potrel, the Chamberlain, for that it was testified by good men of the neighbourhood that he had stood with the aforesaid Dyonisius for seven years as apprentice, had completed his term, and had lawfully left his master. To the Commonalty 15s. 10d. because not previously enrolled, which sum Richard Potrel received.

Vinetria, Ricardus atte Lane.

apprent'.

The same day, Richard atte Lane de Chabeham came before the Chamberlain and acknowledged himself apprentice of John de Taleword, woodmonger, for a term of five years from Michaelmas last, &c., and had stood with him for the last two years as apprentice-2s. 6d.

Gilbertus atte Dene.

apprent'.

The same day, Gilbert atte Dene de Horsleghe came before the Chamberlain and acknowledged himself apprentice to the above John for a term of seven years from Christmas, anno 1 Edward II. -2s. 6d.

Farndone, Johannes Lefhog.

exitus.

Monday the morrow of St. Clement, Pope [23 Nov.], John Lefhog, chandler, late apprentice of Hugh de Shoreham, chandler, admitted to the freedom of the City, &c. And because the written agreement of the apprenticeship of the said John was destroyed at the end of the term, the said Hugh and other trustworthy men made oath before the Chamberlain that the aforesaid John had been his apprentice for seven years, &c. To the Commonalty for ingress and exit 10s. because not previously enrolled, the money being received by the Aldermen.

Folio xxxix b.

Cordewanerstrete, Johannes Pymme.

exitus.

John Pymme, late apprentice of Robert le Callere, mercer (mercerarius), admitted to the freedom of the City in the presence of Thomas Romayn, the Mayor, John de Wengrave, William de Leyre, Geoffrey de Conduit, John de Wyndesore, Henry de Durham, Aldermen, and sworn, &c., before Richard Potrel, the Chamberlain, &c., for that it was testified by good and trusty men that he had been an apprentice of the said Robert for seven years, that he had faithfully served and lawfully left him. To the Commonalty 20s. because not previously enrolled, which sum the Chamberlain paid to John de Wyndsore, &c.

Douegate, Johannes de la Pole.

apprentic'.

11 Dec., 3 Edward II. [A.D. 1309], John, son of Roger de la Pole, came before the Chamberlain and acknowledged himself apprentice of Richard de Dorsete, corder, for a term of seven years from Michaelmas, anno 2 Edward II. -2s. 6d.

Cordewaner strete, Stephanus de Grenebourgh.

11 Dec., Stephen de Grenebourgh came before the Chamberlain and acknowledged himself an apprentice of Roger de Paris, mercer (mercer arius), for a term of ten years from Easter, anno 1 Edward II. -2s. 6d.

Douegate, Radulphus de Brounfeld.

aprentic.

11 Dec., Ralph de Brounfeld, son of William de Hakelintone, came before Nicholas de Farendone, Henry de Durham, Aldermen, and Richard Potrel, the Chamberlain, and acknowledged himself the apprentice of Agnes, late wife of Richard de Wandlesworth, for a term of eight years from Michaelmas, anno 31 Edward I. And the said Ralph then stood with the aforesaid Richard six and a half years. To the Commonalty 5s. because not previously enrolled, which money the aforesaid Aldermen received.

Johannes fil' Willelmi "Lefhing'.

aprentic'.

The same day, John, son of William "Leffhing" de Waddon, co. Cambridge, came before the same and acknowledged himself an apprentice of the aforesaid Agnes for a term of eight years from Midsummer, anno 34 Edward I., &c., and he then stood with the aforesaid Richard four and a half years. To the Commonalty 5s. because not previously enrolled, which the Aldermen received.

Aldresgate, Petr' fil' Willelmi de Histon'.

aprentic'.

Friday after the Feast of St. Lucia [13 Dec.], Peter, son of William de Histon, came before the Chamberlain and acknowledged himself an apprentice of Geoffrey de Histon', currier, for a term of seven years from Christmas, anno 2 Edward II. For entrance 2s. 6d., which Richard Potrel received and afterwards paid to the Aldermen aforesaid.

Summa summarum huc, £viij xiijs. ijd.

Johannes fil' Johannis le Alemaund.

apprentic'.

Wednesday the eve of the Nativity of our Lord [25 Dec.], 3 Edward II. [A.D. 1309], Richard le Coffrer, one of the executors of Thomas Flemyng, armourer, came before the Mayor and paid to Richard Potrel, the Chamberlain, 30s. to the use of John, son of [John] "le Alemaund," saddler, deceased, which sum the aforesaid Thomas left to the said John by will for teaching him a trade, &c. (fn. 16) The Chamberlain forthwith paid the money to Robert Borghman, saddler, for the maintenance and education of the said John, whom he took as an apprentice on the surety of William de Horsham, currier of leather, and Robert de Gloucester, saddler. The said Robert paid for the ingress of the said John 2s. 6d.

Walebroke, Ricardus le White de Lambourne.

aprentic'.

Monday the eve of the Epiphany [6 Jan. ], 3 Edward II. [A.D. 1309-10], Richard le White de Lambourne came before Richard Potrel, the Chamberlain, and acknowledged himself an apprentice of Thomas le Woder for a term of seven years from Easter last-2s. 6d.

For, Johannes de Depham.

exitus.

The following Wednesday, John de Depham, late apprentice of Adam de Forsham, mercer (mercerius), admitted to the freedom of the City before Richard Potrel, the Chamberlain, for that the said Adam testified that the said John had faithfully served him and completed his term. To the Commonalty for his exit 2s. 6d. His ingress appears in the paper of apprentices in the Ward of Bradestrete, anno 30 Edward I.

Bassieshawe, Simon de Burcestre.

aprentic'.

The same day, Simon de Burcestre came before the Chamberlain and acknowledged himself an apprentice of John de Cherelton', mercer (mercerius), for a term of eight years from Easter, anno 1 Edward II. For ingress 2s. 6d.

Folio xl.

Pontis, Henr' de Winton.

exitus.

Thursday after the Epiphany [6 Jan.], 3 Edward II. [A.D. 1309-10], Henry de Winchester, late apprentice of Hugh Pourte, admitted to the freedom, &c., before Richard Poterel, the Chamberlain, for that the executors of the said Hugh testified that the said Henry had faithfully served him and completed his term, &c. To the Commonalty 10s. because not previously enrolled.

For', Ric'us fil' Will'i atte Roche.

exitus.

The next day, Richard, son of William atte Rothe (Roche ?), late apprentice of Michael de London, ointer (unctuarius), ad mitted to the freedom, &c., for that the said Richard proffered before the Mayor, Aldermen, and Chamberlain a certain written agreement of his apprenticeship testifying that the said Richard stood apprentice of the said Michael for a term of ten years, &c., and likewise that he had completed his term and had lawfully left his master. To the Commonalty 10s. because not previously enrolled.

Farndone, Will's fil' Hug'Neuman.

exitus.

William, son of Hugh Neuman de Machinge, late apprentice of Andrew le Chaundeler, admitted to the freedom, &c., for that he proffered before the Chamberlain a certain writing testifying that he had been apprentice to the said Andrew for a term of eight years, &c. -10s. because not previously enrolled.

Thom' atte Mere de Waledene.

exitus.

Tuesday the eve of St. Hillary [13 Jan.], Thomas atte Mere de Waledene, late apprentice of Robert de Crokesle for a term of eight years from Christmas, 33 Edward I. [A.D. 1304], admitted to the freedom, &c., before the Mayor, Aldermen, and Chamberlain, for that he produced a written agreement of the apprenticeship testifying that he had served his term, &c. For his exit 2s. 6d. His ingress appears in the second paper of apprentices in the Ward of Bredestrete R[ichard] Potrel received the money.

Bredestrete, Will's de la Bruere.

exitus.

Wednesday the morrow [sic] of St. Hillary [13 Jan.], William de la Bruere de Frestone, late apprentice of William de Wigemere, barber, admitted to the freedom, &c., before the Chamberlain, for that the said William de Wigemere testified that the said William de la Bruere had faithfully served him and completed his term, &c. For his exit 2s. 6d. His ingress appears in the second paper of apprentices in the Ward of Bredestrete, anno 30 R[ichard] Potrel received the money.

Farndone, Rad's le Freynshe.

aprenticius.

Friday after the Feast of St. Hillary [13 Jan.], Ralph le Freynshe de Wigheye came before the Chamberlain and acknowledged himself apprentice of Robert de Rissheham, "chaundeler," for a term of seven years from the Feast of the Purification, anno 2 Edward II. For his entrance 2s. 6d., which R[ichard] Potrel received.

Walebroke, Philippus Lenfaunt.

exitus.

Philip Lenfaunt, skinner, admitted to the freedom, &c., for that it was found by an old paper of apprentices in the Ward of Douegate, anno 19, that he had been an apprentice of William Lenfaunt, skinner, and it was testified by good and trusty men that he had long borne the burdens of the City For his exit 2s. 6d.

Pontis, Henr' fil' Johannis le Duc.

apprentic'.

Wednesday after the octave of St. Hillary [13 Jan.], Henry, son of John le Duc de Borham, came before Richard Potrel, the Chamberlain, and acknowledged himself apprentice of Thomas de Bradefeld, pouchmaker (bursarius), for a term of seven years from the Feast of the Purification, anno 2 Edward II. For his entrance 2s. 6d.

Cornhille, Nicholaus Boterel.

exitus.

The same day, Nicholas Boterel de Ridelcoumbe, late apprentice of Geoffrey de Bordesle, fripperer (feliparius), admitted to the freedom, &c., before the Chamberlain, for that the said Geoffrey testified that the said Nicholas had faithfully served him and completed his term, &c. For his exit 5s. because not previously enrolled. His ingress appears in the second paper of apprentices in the Ward of Cornhille, anno 30.

Folio xl b.

Turris, Thom' fil' Petri Bussh.

exitus.

Thursday before the Feast of Purification B. M. [2 Feb.], 3 Edward II. [A.D. 1309-10], Thomas, son of Peter Bussh, late apprentice of William Coumbemartin, admitted to the freedom, &c., before the Mayor, Aldermen, and Chamberlain, for that the said William testified, &c. For his exit 5s. because not previously enrolled.

Cornhille, Rad's atte Holte.

ingressus.

The same day, Ralph atte Holte came before R[ichard] Potrel, the Chamberlain, and acknowledged himself apprentice of Stephen atte Holte for a term of two years from Michaelmas last. For his ingress 2s. 6d.

Billinggesgate, Ric'us de Walinton' dictus Alein.

exitus.

Saturday the eve of the Conversion of St. Paul [25 Jan.], Richard de Walintone, called "Aleyn," late apprentice of Alan Annore, admitted to the freedom, &c., before the Chamberlain, for that the said Alan testified that the said Richard had faithfully served him as an apprentice for seven years, &c. For his ingress and exit 5s. because not previously enrolled.

Bredestrete, Thom' fil' Amicie.

ingressus.

The following Monday came Thomas, son of Amicia de Shelfle de Nasing, before Richard Potrel, the Chamberlain, and acknowledged himself apprentice of Isabella, late wife of Robert de Crokesle, for a term of seven years, and he then stood three years with the said Robert, who bequeathed the term of apprenticeship to the aforesaid Isabella. For his ingress 2s. 6d.

Farndone, Ricardus "Osbern".

ingressus.

Wednesday before the Feast of Purification B. M. [2 Feb.] came Richard "Osebern" before John de Wyndesore and Richard Potrel, the Chamberlain, and acknowledged himself apprentice of William le Kyng, butcher, for a term of six years, &c., and that he had then stood with the said William one year-2s. 6d.

Farndone, Ric'us de Finchingfeld.

exitus.

Friday before the same Feast, Richard de Finchingfeld, "chaundeler," late apprentice of Reginald le Chaundeler, admitted to the freedom, &c., before Richard Potrel, the Chamberlain, at the instance of Sir Roger le Brabansoun, and on the testimony of good men that he had faithfully served his master, &c. Half a mark because not previously enrolled.

Farndone, Ric'us de Honesdon'.

exitus.

The same day, Richard de Honesdone, "chaundeler," late apprentice of Richard de Erefeld, chandler, admitted to the freedom, &c., for that it was testified by good men that he had faithfully served his master, &c. -half a mark.

Bredestrete, Hervicus Noteman.

exitus.

The same day, Hervey Noteman, late apprentice of Thomas de Hales, woodmonger (buscarius), admitted to the freedom, &c., before R[ichard] Potrel, the Chamberlain, for that the said Thomas testified that the said Hervey had faithfully served him, &c. -2s. 6d. His ingress appears in the paper of apprentices in the Ward of Castle Baynard, anno 30.

Bredestrete, Thom' de Lodene exitus.

The same day, Thomas de Lodene, late apprentice of Thomas de Hales, admitted for the reason aforesaid-2s. 6d. His ingress appears in the paper aforesaid.

Pontis, Will's fil' Ric'i de Bur stowe [sic].

exitus.

Saturday before the Purification [2 Feb.], William, son of Richard de Brockesle, late apprentice of Walter Godesone, cooper, admitted to the freedom, &c., before the Chamberlain, for that the said Walter testified, &c. -5s. because not previously enrolled.

Footnotes

1 Minter or moneyer. There was a tenement known about this time as "Menterhous,' situate in Fleet Street opposite the Whitefriars. 'Cal. Letter Book C,' p. 183.
2 Vide supra, p. 65.
3 Now known as Great Samford, Sampford, or Sandford.
4 White tawyer.
5 See note supra, p. 51.
6 Maker of whetstones.
7 He was Common Clerk (i.e., Town Clerk) of the City.
8 Vide supra, p. 38, note 3.
9 Great Catworth, co. Huntingdon.
10 "Perhaps a preparer of hair for stufting" (Riley) Strumel = "a loose, long, and dishevelled head of hair" (Halliwell).
11 Dauber or plasterer.
12 Variously spelt "Wachelestede" (Domesday), 'Walkested," and "Wal tamsted"; now known as Godstone, co. Surrey, but when the change of name took place is unknown. See Manning and Bray's 'Hist. of Surrey,' ii. 323.
13 Ingatestone, co. Essex.
14 The date is probably a mistake.
15 Cheesemonger.
16 The will of Thomas Fleming as enrolled in the Court of Husting ('Cal Wills,' i. 177) mentions no such bequest as is here recorded.


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