Folios clxi - clxx
Jan 1415-16 -

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1909

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'Folios clxi - clxx: Jan 1415-16 - ', Calendar of letter-books of the city of London: I: 1400-1422 (1909), pp. 146-157. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=33688 Date accessed: 26 November 2014.


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Folio clxi.

Br'e sup' statut' etc. de ingressu forti non faciend' pro Th' "Freek."

Writ to Nicholas Wottone, the Mayor, to take steps to expel Matthew Pynner and his associates from certain lands and tenements they had forcibly seized belonging to Thomas "Freke," and to commit them to Neugate. Witness the King at Westminster, 15 Jan., 3 Henry V. [A.D. 1415-16].

Folio clxi b.

Exon'acio Thome Osberne civis et capper London'.

26 Feb., 3 Henry V. [A.D. 1415-16], Thomas Banent, alias Osberne, "cappere," discharged by Nicholas Wottone, the Mayor, and the Aldermen from serving on juries, &c., owing to increasing old age.

Inquisic' de quib' ten' Joh'es "Frensshe" aur' obiit seisitus.

20 Nov., 3 Henry V. [A.D. 1415], inquisition taken before Nicholas Wottone, the Mayor, and the Aldermen as to particulars of property belonging to John "Frenche," late goldsmith, and as to his heir. The jury-viz., Richard Stanys, John Hille, John Broke, William Walsale, Thomas Shirwyn, John Drury, John Chestere, Thomas Clerk, William Aleyn, John Martin, Richard Spencer, and William Waltone-find (inter alia) that the said John Frenche died seised of a tenement called "Topfeldisin" in the parish of St. Bride, and of other tenements in the parishes of St. Matthew, Friday Street, and St. John Zachary, by feoffment of Thomas Extone, William Haper, John Forster, John Carbonell, John Palyng, Reymund Standell, and William Brace, chaplain. They also find that the said John Frenche died on Monday after the Feast of St. Bartholomew [24 Aug]., 3 Henry V. [A.D. 1415], and that John his son is his next heir, being fifteen years of age. (fn. 1)

Kapmakers : 2 Oct., 4 Henry V. [A.D. 1416], Thomas atte Wode, Stephen Roo, Richard Flete, and John Volantyne sworn Masters of mistery.

Sporyers : 6 Oct., same year, Robert Nothale and William Chapman sworn Masters.

Folio clxii.

Inquisicio pro Rege pro falsit' et decepc' fact' per Th de "Albertes" et Judic' inde.

7 Dec., 3 Henry V. [A.D. 1415], Thomas de "Albertis" condemned to stand on the pillory for fraudulently obtaining cloth of gold from William Bury, a mercer in the parish of St. Pancras, by connivance with Michael Peryn, a foreign broker. The punishment afterwards commuted for a fine of £20 paid towards the new work of the Guildhall. (fn. 2)

Folio clxii b.

Exon'acio Will'i Burre fuller civis London'.

The last day of Feb., 3 Henry V. [A.D. 1415-16], William Burre, fuller, discharged by Nicholas Wottone, the Mayor, and the Aldermen from serving on juries, &c., owing to increasing old age.

Exon'ac' custodie Margarete filie Joh'is Drew etc.

22 Feb., 3 Henry V. [A.D. 1415-16], came Robert Leghe, William Pycard, William Symmes, and John Sudbury, grocers, and delivered to John Hille, the Chamberlain, the sum of £207 12s. 3½d. bequeathed to Margaret, daughter of John Drew, late grocer, by her said father, and accruing to her by the death of Johanna and Albreda her sisters; to hold the same in trust for her and Richard Beke, mercer, her husband.

Custodia Will'i filii Will'i Coventre senioris etc.

12 March, 3 Henry V. [A.D. 1415-16], the guardianship of William, son of William Coventre, together with his patrimony, committed by Nicholas Wottone, the Mayor, and John Hille, the Chamberlain, to John Coventre, mercer. Sureties, viz., Thomas Broun, grocer, and John Credy, esquire.

Folio clxiii.

Inquisicio pro quodam ten' Walt'i Pope sherman situat' in paroch' Sc'i Christofori Lond' in qua Warda debet assidere.

21 Feb., 3 Henry V. [A.D. 1415-16], a jury summoned to inquire whether a house inhabited by Walter Pope, "sherman," in the parish of St. Christopher, stood in the Ward of Cornhill or Bradstrete. The jurors, summoned from the four adjacent Wards, viz., Martin Godard, John Sessyngham, and James Knyght, of Langborn Ward, Robert Scrace, Simon Seman, and Robert Whaplode, of the Ward of Bridge, William Kent, "peautrer," William Broker, and William Kent, skinner, of the Ward of Walbroke [the names of the jurors of the Ward of Chepe are omitted], find that portions of the tenement lay in each of the Wards of Cornhill and Bradstret, but the part in which the tenant and his family lived lay in Cornhill Ward, and therefore the tenement should contribute to the charges of that Ward, pursuant to the long-used custom recorded in the book with the "letter Horn," (fn. 3) fo. cccxxii.

Presentacio Joh'is Mounfort alias Burbrigge presbiteri ad capellam in Guihalda civitatis London'.

Letter from Nicholas Wottone, the Mayor, and John Hille, the Chamberlain, to Richard [Clifford], Bishop of London, presenting John Mountfort, alias Burbrigge, a priest, for admission to one of the five chantries founded in the Guildhall Chapel by Adam Fraunceys and Henry Frowyk, vacant by the resignation of Sir William Holme. Dated 13 Kal. April [20 March], A.D. 1415[-16].

Folio clxiii b.

Ordinacio mistere de Brasiers civitatis London'.

20 March, 4 Henry V. [A.D. 1416-17], certain ordinances for regulating the Mistery of Brasiers (among them being one allowing them to elect yearly two or four Wardens, provided one at least be a worker in the craft and the others "chapmen") submitted to the Mayor and Aldermen, and approved. (fn. 4)

Folio clxiv.

31 March, 4 Henry V. [A.D. 1416], came Matilda, widow of Richard Wodecok, salter, Thomas Beaumont and William Edward, salters, executors of the said Richard, and Robert Trewlove, surveyor of the testament of the same, and delivered to John Hille, the Chamberlain, the sum of £561, in trust for William, John, and Johanna, children of the said Richard, in manner prescribed.

Afterwards, viz., on the 7th April, the same year, the sum of £60 belonging to William, one of the orphans, was delivered to John Wyot, draper, with whom the said William had been put as an apprentice Sureties, viz., Henry Rede, "armurer," Thomas Mountgomery, draper.

Folio clxiv b.

Exon'acio £xx pertinent' Joh'i filio Thome Wodehous.

Afterwards, viz., on the 6th April, the same year, came Richard Nordone, tailor, who married Agnes, widow of Richard Payn, skinner, and delivered to John Hille, the Chamberlain, the sum of £60 out of the property formerly belonging to Thomas, son of William Wodehous, late skinner, appertaining to John, son of the said Thomas, who had married Agnes, daughter of Henry Wolryby, of Medborne, co Leices (fn. 5) The next day the sum of £20 out of the above £60 was delivered to the said John.

Ordinacio de lib'atis capic' et vest' non utena'.

10 March, 3 Henry V. [A.D. 1415-16], came Richard Merlawe, Alderman, who had originally been admitted into the freedom of the City in the craft (arte) of Ironmongers, but was now following the craft (arte) of Fishmongers, and who had been in the habit of receiving yearly and alternately (fn. 6) (et alternis vicibus) the livery and clothing of both crafts, contrary to the ordinance made on the 13th May, 3 Henry V. [A.D. 1415], during the Mayoralty of Thomas Fauconer, (fn. 7) and prayed the Mayor and Aldermen to admit him to the freedom, clothing, or livery of the craft of Fishmongers His prayer granted. (fn. 8)

Folio clxv.

Recital of the ordinance above-mentioned forbidding any Mayor, Alderman, Sheriff, or other officer of the City receiving the livery or clothing of any craft or fraternity but one, under penalty prescribed, contrary to which ordinance William Cauntbrigge, an Alderman, who had been admitted into the freedom of the City in the craft of Ironmongers, had for some time past exercised both the craft of Grocer and that of Ironmonger, as was reported [ends abraptly].

Masters of Misteries sworn.

Folio clxv b.

Steynours : 7 Oct., 3 Henry V. [A.D. 1415], John Moubray, John Clare, sworn to rule the mistery well and truly, sparing none for love nor molesting any from hate, and to present to the Mayor and Aldermen and the Chamberlain any defects they may find.

Tapicers : 8 Oct., the same year, William Bullok, Robert Spayne, Thomas Besouth, John Bonauntre, similarly sworn.

Foreign Weavers : 20 Nov., the same year, Lucas Lender' of Brabant, John de Bergham of Flanders, similarly sworn.

English Weavers : 21 Nov., Philip Sunnyng, William Michell, similarly sworn.

Painters : 20 March, 4 Henry V. [A.D. 1416-17], Thomas Richer, John Northfolk, similarly sworn.

Brasiers : 31 March, 4 Henry V. [A.D. 1416], Thomas Piryngtone, John Bridde, similarly sworn.

Shermen : The same day, Thomas Clothman, John Horwold, Walter Copshef, similarly sworn.

"Friturers" (?) : 12 May, 4 Henry V. [A.D. 1416], John Graunt, Geoffrey Whyt, similarly sworn.

Limners and Scriveners : 20 May, the same year, Roger Ybott, John Carswell, similarly sworn.

Cutlers : 1 July, the same year, John Parker, Thomas Kyngtone, John Swalwe.

Cordwainers : 16 July, the same year, John Martyn, John Goodmane, Richard Beaumonde, John Tebawde, similarly sworn.

Joynours : 28 July, the same year, Simon Serle, Richard Resoun, similarly sworn.

Dyers : 30 July, the same year, Henry Fissher, William Ty, John Lacy, John Vicary, similarly sworn.

Linen-Weavers : The same day, John Baltesore, John Malster, similarly sworn.

Pouchemakers and Galochemakers : 4 Aug., the same year, William Walsshe similarly sworn, loco...... Walter.

Girdelers : 20 Aug., the same year, John Nasynge, Walter Colred, William Penne, Richard Michell, similarly sworn.

Lorimers : 21 Aug., the same year, Richard Fuller, William Aleyn, Ralph Aleyn, similarly sworn.

Folio clxvi.

Istud br'e proclamat' fuit viii° die April' anno r' r' Henr' quinti quarto.

Writ to the Sheriffs to make public proclamation for masters of ships and vessels and seamen of the same to proceed to the port of Orewell with all haste, and remain there until further notice, inasmuch as the French and Genoese were threatening an invasion Witness the King at Westminster, 5 April, 4 Henry V. [A.D. 1416].

Proclamacio facta xxi° die Maii anno r' r' Henr' quinti quarto.

21 May, 4 Henry V. [A.D. 1416], proclamation made prescribing the price to be charged for divers wines, poultry, eggs, hay, and oats.

Proclamacio facta xxii do die Junii anno r' r' Henr' quinti quarto.

22 June, 4 Henry V. [A.D. 1416], proclamation made forbidding vintners, taverners, piebakers, and others to keep their houses open after 9 o'clock on the eves of St. John Baptist and SS. Peter and Paul, or to sell food or drink before 6 o'clock of the following morning, under penalty of imprisonment and fine, and further enjoining all those occupying houses on the high streets to hang out lights on the eves aforesaid.

Proclamacio facta xxiii eio die Maii et xxvii mo die Man anno quarto predicto.

23 May and 27 May, 4 Henry V. [A.D. 1416], proclamation made for every soldier and seaman in the King's pay to serve in the coming voyage under the lord (monsyeur) of Huntyngdon (fn. 9) to be ready and apparelled by to-morrow at 11 o'clock in their vessels appointed to set sail from the ports of London.

Custod' Felicie filie Johannis Wodecok nup' civis et mercer' London'.

20 May, 4 Henry V. [A.D. 1416], came John Shadworth, Thomas Aleyn, and Peter Givayn, executors of John Wodecok, mercer, and delivered to John Hille, the Chamberlain, the sum of 520 marks in trust for Felicia, (fn. 10) daughter of the said John Wodecok.

Folio clxvi b.

Proclamacio facta viii° die Junii anno r' r' Henr' quinti quarto.

Alle maner of lordes knyghtes and squiyers that ben y poynted to goo with oure liege lord the Kyng in this present viage drawe hem home in to here contrees and make hem Redy to be with oure liege lord the Kyng atte Hamptone the Munday afor Myssomeresday next to come. (fn. 11)

Istud br'e proclamat' fuit xiiii mo die Junii anno quarto predicto.

Writ to the Sheriffs to the effect that whereas a proposal to place the town of Hareflieu in charge of the King of the Romans and the Duke of Holand, (fn. 12) under certain conditions, had failed owing to the opposition displayed by French nobles, then prisoners in England, (fn. 13) and others, the King had determined himself to proceed to France in order to succour and defend the town. (fn. 14) Proclamation was therefore to be made for all officers and men who were bound to accompany the King to meet at Suthamptone, on Wednesday after the Feast of St. John Bapt [24 June]. (fn. 15) Witness the King at Westminster, 13 June, 4 Henry V. [A.D. 1416].

Proclamacio facta xxix no die Junii anno quarto predicto.

Oure lige lord the Kyng hot and comaundeth that all maner of mariners as well Maisters as other that bnth [sic] assignyd to passe in this present viage of our lige lord aforsayd be this same day be tweyne aftir none withynne here shippis here yn Temse to here what shal be declared to hem on the be halve of oure forsaid lige lord be his consaille on peyne of enprisounement and all that may be falle. (fn. 16)

Masters of Misteries sworn.

Barbers : 2 Oct., 4 Henry V. [A.D. 1416], John Brampton, John Morysch, Richard Clerc, sworn in manner as recorded supra, fo. clxv b.

Barber-Surgeons : John Parker, Simon Rolf, similarly sworn.

Shethers : 5 Oct., the same year, John Rasyn, John Richemond, similarly sworn.

Tapicers : The same day, John Selxtone, John Godyng, John Tawtone, Robert Tropenelle.

Folio clxvii.

Custodia Henrici filii Will'i atte Wode nup' civis et armurar' London'.

4 May, 4 Henry V. [A.D. 1416], came Felicia, widow of William atte Wode, armourer, and delivered to John Hille, the Chamberlain, a sum of money and a cup in trust for Henry, son of the said William and Felicia.

Afterwards, viz., on the 7th May, the same year, the guardianship of the said orphan and his property was committed to the said Felicia. Sureties, viz., Walter Rideler, draper, Richard Justice, "fourbour," Thomas Moryce, "wexchaundeller," and John Asshtone.

14 May, the same year, in the presence of Nicholas Wottone, the Mayor, and the Aldermen, John Hille, the Chamberlain, delivered to Robert Colbrook, "irmonger," who had married Johanna, daughter of Richard Wodecok, late citizen and salter, the sum of £200, his wife's property, one half of which the said Robert delivered to Thomas Beaumond and William Edward, executors of the said Richard, pursuant to a bond that had been entered into between the parties and entered in the Roll of Memoranda of the aforesaid Mayor.

6 April, 4 Henry V. [A.D. 1416], came the Wardens of the Mistery of Goldsmiths as well as John Tyce, (fn. 17) "goldbeter," before Nicholas Wottone, the Mayor, in his mansion house in the parish of St. Laurence Pulteney, when the said John declared his wish to be thenceforth of the livery and clothing of the Mistery of Goldsmiths, and that he was prepared to undertake all necessary duties attaching thereto.

Folio clxvii b.

Admissio Thome Leget in mister' Aurifabror'.

15 May, 4 Henry V. [A.D. 1416], came Thomas, son of John Leget, "letherseller," apprentice of John Hert, haberdasher, and declared before Nicholas Wottone, the Mayor, and the Aldermen that whereas he had been admitted into the freedom of the City in the Mistery of Haberdashers, when William Waldern was Mayor, and John Proffyt was Chamberlain, on the 11th Feb., 14 Henry IV. [A.D. 1412-13], he had long exercised the mistery of Goldsmiths, and not that of Haberdashers; he therefore prayed that he might be admitted into the freedom of the City in the Mistery of Goldsmiths. His prayer granted.

Folio clxvii b-clxviii.

De irrotulamento cujus dam scripti Elizabet Fraunceys.

19 May, 4 Henry V. [A.D. 1416], came Elizabeth Fraunceys, widow of John Godman, alias Fraunceys, late goldsmith, and John Standelf and John Joce, two of the Wardens of the Mistery of Goldsmiths, before Nicholas Wottone, the Mayor, and the Aldermen, and prayed that a certain deed might be acknowledged and enrolled, whereby the aforesaid John Standelf, John Bythewater, John Biernes, and John Joce, the four Wardens of the Mistery of Goldsmiths, by virtue of the will of Nicholas Farndone, late goldsmith, proved and enrolled in the Husting for Pleas of Land held on Monday after the Feast of Ascension [6 May], 35 Edward III. [A.D. 1361], (fn. 18) sold to the said Elizabeth Godman, alias Fraunceys certain tenements in the parishes of St. Vedast and St. Matthew in Fridaystrete, situate near the tenements called "le Cardenaleshat" and "le Flourdelys," to hold the same for life, with remainder to Robert Halle, goldsmith, and Johanna his wife in fee. To this deed the aforesaid John Standelf and John Joce had set their seals (but John Bythewater and John Biernes had refused theirs), in the presence of Nicholas Wottone, the Mayor, Alan Everard and William Caumbrigge, the Sheriffs, and William de Louthe, Alderman of the Ward. (fn. 19) The witnesses were John Lever, Richard atte Lee, Peter Russell, Richard Sage, Thomas Waryn, and others [not named], and the deed was dated 15 May, 4 Henry V. [A.D. 1416].

Thereupon the said John Bythewater and John Biernes, being sent for, declined to acknowledge the deed (as they said) fide media, and the Mayor and Aldermen declared the deed to be void.

Folio clxix.

Afterwards, the four Masters or co-wardens (concustodes) of the Mistery of Goldsmiths aforesaid having agreed as to the enrolment of the above deed, as testified by three of them, viz., John Standelf, John Joce, and John Bythewater, before Nicholas Wottone, the Mayor, and John Bartone, the Recorder, it was ordained that it should be read and enrolled in the Husting (fn. 20) according to the custom of the City.

Folio clxviii b.

Exon'acio £ xliii vis. viiid. Joh'i filio Thome Wodehous pertinent'.

22 April, 4 Henry V. [A.D. 1416], came John, son of Thomas Wodehous, (fn. 21) before Nicholas Wottone, the Mayor, and Aldermen, and being of full age demanded his property, and asked that Richard Nordone, tailor, who had married Agnes his mother, might be made to render account for money received as well in the time of Richard Payn, who had previously married the said Agnes, as at other times. Thereupon auditors were appointed, and an account duly rendered.

Folio clxix.

Custodia Johanne filie Joh'is Wodecok civis et mercer' London'.

6 June, 4 Henry V. [A.D. 1416], the guardianship of Johanna, (fn. 22) daughter of John Wodecok, late mercer, aged 19, together with her patrimony, committed by the Mayor, Aldermen, and Chamberlain to John Bacoun, "wolleman." Sureties, viz., Nicholas Wottone, draper, and William Sevenok, grocer.

Custodia Felicie filie Johannis Wodecok civis et mercer' London'.

15 June, 4 Henry V. [A.D. 1416], the guardianship of Felicia, (fn. 23) daughter of John Wodecok, mercer, together with her patrimony, committed by Nicholas Wottone, the Mayor, and John Hille, the Chamberlain, to Thomas Aleyn, mercer. Sureties, viz., William Waldern and John Middeltone, mercers.

Folio clxix b.

Consimilis billa missa fuit cuil't Aldr'c.

Precept to the several Aldermen to assess and levy in their Wards a sum amounting to a fifteenth, and to bring the money to the Guildhall by the Feast of Pentecost [7 June]. Under the seal of the Mayoralty. [No date.]

Consimilis billa missa fuit cuil't Aldr'o.

Precept to the several Aldermen to set an armed watch in their Wards on the eves of the Feasts of St. John the Baptist and SS. Peter and Paul, according to ancient custom, and to take the usual precautions against fire, &c. Dated 17 June, 4 Henry V. [A.D. 1416].

Br'e de aperiendo hostia et fenestras Ri'ci Anable.

Writ pluries to Nicholas Wottone, the Mayor, bidding him to reopen the windows of the house of Richard Anable "peautrere"—which he had caused to be closed on account of an action brought by the said Richard in conjunction with John Russell, "wollemonger," and John Estone, "joynour," against Thomas Fauconer, mercer, late the King's Escheator in the City, (fn. 24) having been removed out of the City to the King's Court—or to show cause why he had disobeyed former writs to similar effect. Witness W[illiam] "Hangford" at Westminster, 4 June, 4 Henry V. [A.D. 1416].

Folio clxx.

Retornum super br'e predict'.

Return made to the above writ by Nicholas Wottone, the Mayor, to the effect that by immemorial custom any freeman of the City convicted of disobeying the orders of the Mayor and Aldermen was deprived of the franchise and prevented from following any craft in the City; that the above Richard Anable had refused to obey an order to appear at the Guildhall on the 29th Oct., 3 Henry V. [A.D. 1415], and was on that account removed from the franchise and forbidden to follow his craft; that nevertheless the said Richard continued to exercise his craft openly in his shop, contrary to the liberty, custom, and franchise of the said City; and that thereupon the windows of his said shop were on that account closed, and not on account of the action mentioned in the writ. The windows, therefore, could not be reopened without prejudice to the liberties of the City.

Folio clxx b.

Writ (fn. 25) for the attachment of Nicholas Wottone, the Mayor, to appear on the octave of St. Michael to answer for certain contempts. Witness William Hankeford at Westminster, 14 July, 4 Henry V. [A.D. 1416].

Br'e de attachiando Nich'm Wottone Maiorem.

Writ to the Sheriffs to attach Nicholas Wottone, the Mayor, to appear on the octave of St. Michael [29 Sept.] and answer for his treatment of the above Richard Anable. Witness W[illiam] Hankeford at Westminster, 12 July, 4 Henry V. [A.D. 1416].

Footnotes

1 Both father and son are men tioned in the will of Bartholomew Seman, "goldbetere," proved and enrolled in the Husting in Oct., 1432, where the name of the father's wife is mentioned as Margaret. 'Cal. of Wills,' ii. 459.
2 'Memorials,' pp. 622-4.
3 Referring to the book preserved among the City's archives and known as 'Liber Horn' (from an eminent fishmonger and City Chamberlain of that name), where an ordinance of 1311 to this effect has been tran scribed from 'Letter Book D,' fo. cxlvi b. (See 'Cal. D,' p. 285.)
4 'Memorials,' 624-6 The date, however, is incorrectly given as 3 Hen V.
5 Cf. supra, pp. 55, 57.
6 "At different times" (Riley).
7 Vide supra, p. 138.
8 'Memorials,' p. 624.
9 John Holland, who was restored to the Earldom of Huntingdon, for feited by his father in 1399. In the following month the Earl met with and defeated a Genoese fleet off the English coast. Nicolas, 'Chron,' pp. 105-6. Kingsford, 'Chronicles,' p. 71.
10 See note infra, p. 155.
11 'Memorials,' p. 628. The object of this expedition is disclosed in the writ which follows.
12 The Emperor Sigismund and Duke William of Holland, who were in England on a visit to the King with the view of negotiating a peace.
13 The King had occasion to com plain of the attitude of the French prisoners, who, whilst professing themselves desirous of peace, were chiefly anxious to stop the King's proposed expedition, and above all to gain their own liberty. Rymer, 'Fœdera,' ix. 427.
14 The story as told in the Cotton MS. Cleopatra C iv. (see Kingsford's 'Chronicles of London,' p. 125) is to the effect that in the first week of June Henry was minded to give the keeping of the town of Harfleur to the Emperor and the Duke of Hol land "for a certayn tyme"; that the Commons feared treason, and told the King of their fears; that Henry thereupon consulted his French prisoners, with the result that he changed his mind, and determined to go himself to France. With this view he issued an order on Sunday, the 14th June, for those who should pass with him over the sea to meet him at Southampton 17 days later (i.e., Wednesday, 1 July). The command of the expedition was eventually given to his brother, the Duke of Bedford, the King having given up his original intention of commanding it in person.
15 Wednesday, 1 July.
16 'Memorials,' p. 629. This proclamation was made on Monday, the 29th June, and the King's Council, it appears, was to meet at the Blackfriars on the following day. Vide infra, p. 162.
17 Otherwise known as John Spicer. Vide supra, pp. 124, 127.
18 See 'Calendar of Wills,' ii. 18-19.
19 Farringdon Within.
20 See Hust. Roll 144 (34).
21 Cf. supra, pp. 55, 57.
22 Cf. supra, p. 137.
23 The will of John Wodecok, mercer, proved and enrolled in the Husting in Feb., 1412-13 ('Cal. of Wills,' ii. 397-9), gives the names of the testator's children as John, William, Johanna, and Philippa, and his wife s name as Felicia.
24 That is to say during his Mayor alty (1414-15), the Mayor, for the time being, being the King's Escheator.
25 To whom the writ is addressed is not recorded.