Ministers' Accounts
1542-3

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1898

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Cardiff Castle Muniments. Bailiffs' Accounts for Cardiff and Roath. 1542—3. Latin.

[Translation.]

Cardiff Burgh.

The Account of Roger Bailley and John White, Bailiffs there, for the time aforesaid.

Arrears. The same Accountants are charged with 19l. 6s. arrears of the last Account for the year last past, as appears there at foot.

Sum 19l. 6s.

Free rents of burgesses with others. And for 6d. free rent of William Tooke, for half a burgage there in the tenure of John Hertleye, lying in the street extending from the Castle Gate there on the left hand, to the house of Master George Herbert on the same side; payable at the feast of Saint Michael Archangel only, as appears by the Rental there renewed the 29th day of September in the 32nd year of the reign of King Henry the Eighth, by the oath of William Jones, Jankyn Wrench, John Norres, William Kewe, Jankyn Ratcliffe, Peres ffrost, David Meuric, Stephen Cogan, David Jeffrey, William Dawton, John Jones, John Roberte and others tenants and farmers of our lord the King there, sworn before ffrancis Sowthwell, William Tooke and Thomas Lychfeild, Commissioners of our lord the King in that behalf appointed for surveying the lands of our said lord the King there, by virtue of a Commission of our said lord the King unto them with others to that effect directed, as in the same given the second day of August in the 32nd year of the reign of the King aforesaid may more fully appear. And be it known that all rents of assize of this town were heretofore assigned to the late Monastery of Neth, by Gilbert formerly Earl of Gloucester, for lands which the said Earl had of the Abbot and Convent of the said Monastery in the neighbourhood of Nethe, in exchange; as by a certain indenture between the said Abbot and Gilbert made may more fully appear.

And for 6d. free rent of the wardens of the church of the Blessed Virgin Mary, for half a burgage in the tenure of David Meuric, lying in the aforesaid street, payable at the feast aforesaid, as appears by the Rental aforesaid.

And for 6d. free rent of the aforesaid William Tooke, for half a burgage in the tenure of Cornelius Taylor, in the street aforesaid; payable at the same terms, as appears by the Rental aforesaid.

[So far our transcript is in full. Next follow other similarly-worded entries of free rents paid for premises in the same street, namely]:

Francis Stradling, 3d. for a quarter burgage in the tenure of Thomas Longe.

Churchwardens of Saint Mary's, half a burgage in tenure of Thomas Treharne, barber.

The same, half a burgage in tenure of John Lambert.

The same, a quarter burgage in tenure of Thomas Gwynith.

The same, a quarter burgage in tenure of Edward Butler of Bristowe.

Churchwardens of Saint Clement's [? Saint Mary's], a quarter burgage in tenure of Maurice Taylor.

Francis Stradling, a burgage in tenure of — Lynemton.

The same, a burgage in tenure of Thomas Baylie.

William Tooke, a burgage; one half in tenure of Richard Hawkin, and the other in tenure of David Jeffrey.

William Bawdrippe, a burgage in tenure of Thomas Tucker.

Holy Trinity Chantry, a burgage in tenure of Joan Lewis, widow.

Francis Stradling, half a burgage in tenure of William Lewis.

Churchwardens of Saint Mary's, a quarter burgage in tenure of Lewis Griffith.

The same, half a burgage of which one quarter is in tenure of William Lewys, and the other of the same William Lewys.

George Herbert, half a burgage.

In the street extending from the North Gate of the said town on the left hand, as far as the East Gate of the said town on the same side.

Churchwardens of Saint Mary's, one burgage.

James Andrewe, a burgage in tenure of David William, baker.

Holy Trinity Chantry, a burgage whereof one half is in tenure of John Nicholas, hooper, and the other of Jevan Hooper.

The Chantry of the Blessed Virgin Mary in the parish of Saint John Baptist, a quarter burgage in tenure of Thomas Clegge, shoemaker.

Holy Trinity Chantry, a burgage in tenure of Jevan Cutteller.

George Herbert, esquire, a quarter burgage in tenure of John Brewer.

Richard Sporier, a quarter burgage.

James Andrewe, half a burgage in tenure of Hugh Painter.

Churchwardens of Saint Mary's, 6d. for three free tenements whereof one is in tenure of Henry Treharne, another of John Gwilim, and the other of Saiwer.

The same, 4d. for two other free tenements whereof one is in tenure of John Hoell, weaver, and the other of Meredith Seriaunt.

Crokerton.

Saint Clement's Chantry, half a burgage in tenure of Wenllean Edward.

— Abbingtonne of Bristowe, a quarter burgage.

Saint Clement's Chantry, half a burgage, whereof one quarter is in tenure of Jarman Taylor, and the other of John Kemmes.

George Herbert, half a burgage in tenure of David Meuric.

John Clement, a quarter burgage in tenure of Jerman Cogan.

Saint Clement's Chantry, a quarter burgage.

—Abbington, half a burgage in tenure of Peter Taylor.

Saint Clement's Chantry, a quarter burgage in tenure of John Vaughan.

William Iryshe, half a burgage.

David Jeffrey, half a burgage.

In the street leading from the East Gate of the said town, on the south side as far as Crokerton.

David Kemmes, one burgage.

Saint Katherine's Chantry, one burgage in tenure of Henry Thomas.

—Abington, two burgages in tenure of William Irishe.

In the street leading from Crokerton within the gate, as far as the end of the steps at Coxtowre.

Churchwardens of Saint Mary's, one burgage.

Peter West, a burgage in tenure of Thomas Sayes.

Saint Clement's Chantry, a burgage.

The heirs of Massye, three quarters of a burgage in tenure of Griffith Shomaker.

The same, three quarters of a burgage.

Saint Clement's Chantry, half a burgage in tenure of John Ratcliffe.

Saint Mary's Chantry in Saint John's parish, half a burgage in tenure of Laurence Jakett.

Holy Trinity Chantry, a burgage in tenure of Wenllean Edwarde.

Wenllean Edward, 8d. for a free tenement.

The altar of Saint John Baptist, half a burgage.

Saint Mary's Chantry in Saint John's parish, half a burgage in tenure of David Coverlett Weaver.

The same, a quarter burgage in the same tenure.

The altar of Saint John Baptist, half a burgage in tenure of Thomas Curryer.

William Wrenche, half a burgage in tenure of Jeyne Curryer.

William Jones, a quarter burgage in tenure of Morgan Hooper.

Saint Mary's Chantry, three burgages whereof one is in tenure of David Couerlett Weaver, another in tenure of the vicar of the church of the Blessed Virgin Mary, and the other in tenure of Thomas Lychefeilde.

Half a burgage in tenure of Thomas Lychfeilde.

Saint Mary's Chantry, two burgages, one in tenure of Lewis Shoomaker and the other of David Meuric Shoomaker.

Morgan Mayo, a burgage.

Saint Clement's Chantry, two burgages, one in tenure of Jankyn Wrynch and the other of William Hewys.

Meredith Baker, half a burgage.

John Wrynche, a burgage in tenure of Peter West.

John Lovedaie, half a burgage in tenure of Lewis Vathan, tucker.

Robert Boucher, a burgage.

Saint Mary's Chantry, half a burgage in tenure of John Roberte, shoemaker.

James Andrewe, half a burgage in tenure of Jeuan Hoper.

The altar of Saint John Baptist, a burgage in tenure of John Norres.

Francis Stradlynge, a burgage in tenure of Nicholas Baker.

John Wrynche, a burgage in tenure of Margery Dawkyns.

The vicar's barn, a burgage.

William Kewe, a burgage and a half; whereof the half is in tenure of John Vaughan, and the burgage of Robert Blackborow.

Elizabeth Mower, half a burgage.

Holy Trinity Chantry, a burgage in tenure of Thomas Tucker.

— Colchester, a burgage.

Peter West, half a burgage.

Edward Taylor, half a burgage.

In the street called " the middle streete against crokartonn."

Saint Clement's Chantry, a burgage in tenure of William Peres.

Saint Mary's Chantry, half a burgage in tenure of Richard Shomaker.

The heirs of Massye, a burgage in tenure of George Cooke.

Henry Tyrell, half a burgage.

—Abyngtonne, a burgage in tenure of Thomas Treharne, barber.

Jeyne ap Owen, a quarter burgage.

The altar of Saint John Baptist, a quarter burgage.

John Mower, a quarter burgage in tenure of David William.

Francis Stradlynge, a burgage, three quarters whereof are in tenure of Thomas Clegge and the other of John Vaughan shoemaker.

In the street called "the midle Rewe within the Trynyty Brewyn."

Holy Trinity Chantry, a burgage in tenure of William Kewe.

In the street extending from the bridge called " the Stone Brydge" as far as the mill of our lord the King there.

The heirs of Massy, a burgage.

Thomas Lychfeilde, a burgage called "the hermytage."

The heirs of Massy, a burgage in tenure of Thomas Lychfeilde.

In the street extending from the West Gate of the said town, as far as the Castle Gate on the north.

Half a burgage called "the brydge howse."

Saint Mary's Chantry, half a burgage in tenure of Thomas Millon.

John Tanner, half a burgage in tenure of John Glover.

Churchwardens of Saint Mary's, a burgage, whereof half is in tenure of Henry Purnell and half of Thomas Fybleye.

Saint Mary's Chantry, half a burgage in tenure of Jemey Sayes.

Katherine Hooper, a burgage called "the brydge howse."

The heirs of Massye, half a burgage.

John Smyth Piknowe, a burgage.

Felys Porter, a burgage.

In the street called " the Midle Rewe" extending from the Almshouse, as far as a certain house called "the kervers house."

John Tanner, half a burgage in tenure of Roger Sadler.

The heirs of Massye, a burgage.

William Tooke, two burgages in tenure of John More.

John Smith, a quarter burgage.

John Wrenche, a burgage and a half in tenure of John Tyler.

Saint Clement's Chantry, a burgage in tenure of John Burghe.

Saint Mary's Chantry, half a burgage in tenure of Res Shomaker.

In the street extending from the West Gate of the aforesaid town on the west, as far as the wall of the said town in front of " le Slauterhowse in Hom'by."

Saint Mary's Chantry, half a burgage in tenure of David Roche.

The same, half a burgage in tenure of John Kerver.

The same, half a burgage in tenure of Nicholas Haukins.

John Wrynche, half a burgage in tenure of the said Nicholas Hawkins.

William Tooke, half a burgage in tenure of Nicholas Haukins.

John Wrynche, half a burgage in tenure of George Haselond.

The same, a burgage in tenure of Margery Dawkins.

John Tanner, half a burgage in tenure of William Bere.

A burgage called "the Bridghowse."

William Dawkyn, a burgage.

Roger Bere, half a burgage.

John Wrenche, half a burgage in tenure of Nicholas Baker.

Holy Trinity Chantry, half a burgage in tenure of the said Nicholas Baker.

William Tooke, half a burgage in tenure of Rawlyn ffysher.

John Wrenche, half a burgage in tenure of John Cradock.

Saint Mary's Chantry, half a burgage in tenure of John Coxe.

Francis Stradlinge, a burgage.

William Tooke, a quarter burgage in tenure of Nicholas Baker.

The same, a quarter burgage in tenure of William Curre.

John Wrenche, three quarter burgages.

In the street aforesaid on the east side of Hom'by, from the howse of Thomas Hoell, baker, as far as "le Corner howse" of Elizabeth Mower towards "Highe Crosse":—

John Wrench, a quarter burgage.

Thomas Hoell, baker, half a burgage.

William Tooke, half a burgage in tenure of Stephen Cogan.

John Wrench, half a burgage in tenure of Lewis Baker.

John Edmund, half a burgage.

The altar of Saint John's church, half a burgage in tenure of John Tanner.

Nicholas Baker, a quarter burgage.

John Wrenche, a quarter burgage in tenure of the said Nicholas Baker.

The same, a burgage whereof one half is in tenure of John White.

Elizabeth Mower, half a burgage in tenure of John Lovedaye.

John Wrenche, a burgage and a half in tenure of John Lovedaie.

John Browne, half a burgage.

John Wrenche, a burgage and a half in tenure of William Yoman.

James Andrewe, half a burgage in tenure of John Longe, tailor.

Churchwardens of Saint Mary's, half a burgage.

Saint Katherine's Chantry, half a burgage.

David Roche, half a burgage in tenure of Thomas Ledyn.

James Andrewe, half a burgage in tenure of William Yoman.

The same, half a burgage in tenure of — Sampson, hatmaker.

William Tooke, half a burgage in tenure of Chaundelor.

The heirs of Massy, half a burgage.

The same, half a burgage in tenure of John Roberte, younger son of Thomas Roberte.

George Herbert, a burgage in tenure of Peter West.

John Wrench, a burgage and a half, whereof one burgage is in tenure of Joan Aleyne, widow, and half a burgage of David Meuric.

Churchwardens of St. Mary's, half a burgage in tenure of William Morgan.

Saint Catherine's Chantry, half a burgage in tenure of Nicholas Baker.

Churchwardens of St. Mary's, and Saint Katherine's Chantry, a burgage.

Thomas Hoell, brewer of Bristowe beer, a burgage in tenure of Lewis Baker.

Richard Carne, a burgage in tenure of Thomas Hoell, baker.

In the street extending from the house of Nicholas Baker on the east side, as far as "le Highe corner" on the same side.

Stephen Cogan, a quarter burgage in tenure of Thomas Redman.

Holy Trinity Chantry, a quarter burgage in tenure of William Jones.

John Wrenche, half a burgage.

Holy Trinity Chantry, a burgage in tenure of William Jones, "couerlett wever."

The same, half a burgage in tenure of Henry Tucker.

James Andrewe, a burgage in tenure of Hoell Fletcher.

Saint Katherine's Chantry, a quarter burgage in tenure of Jeuan Hoper.

The heirs of Massye, half a burgage.

Meredith Sergeant, half a burgage.

The heirs of Massy, half a burgage in tenure of Morgan Mayo.

— Abbington, of Bristowe, a burgage in tenure of John Norres.

Jeyne Ratcliffe, half a burgage.

Thomas Leden, a burgage in tenure of William Waston.

—Arnold, a burgage in tenure of Thomas Lychfeilde.

Saint Katherine's Chantry, a burgage in tenure of Thomas Redeman.

The same, half a burgage in tenure of Richard Cutler.

Richard Carne, half a burgage.

William Tooke, a burgage in tenure of Roger Baylie.

Saint Mary's Chantry, half a burgage in tenure of Richard Bower.

The heirs of Massye, a burgage in tenure of William Colchester.

James Andrewe, a burgage.

Saint Katherine's Chantry and the Churchwardens of Saint Mary's, a burgage in tenure of Richard Atkins.

Felys Porter, widow, a burgage.

Nicholas Baker, half a burgage in tenure of Henry Edwarde.

Churchwardens of Saint Mary's, a burgage in tenure of John Hoell.

The heirs of Massye, a burgage in tenure of Robert Boucher and John Tanner the younger.

David Roberte, half a burgage.

The heirs of Henry Cogan, a burgage in tenure of John Hengate.

John Tanner, a burgage.

In the street extending from the house of Jankyn Wrynche in the street called "saynt Johnes Streete" on the north side, as far as the house of Nicholas Baker near the tower of Saint John's.

William Tooke, two burgages in tenure of John Roberte and Jenkin Wrynche.

The heirs of Massye, a burgage in tenure of John Wrynche (in the street called " St. Johne's streete," extending on the south side from the house of John Wrynche, as far as the bakehouse of David Baker on the same side).

Churchwardens of Saint Mary's, half a burgage in tenure of Lewis Coverlet Weaver.

William Tooke, half a burgage in tenure of— Sadler.

John Wrynche, a quarter burgage.

In the street called "Seynt Marie's streete," extending from the High Cross on the east side as far as the South Gate of the said town.

The heirs of Massy, a burgage in tenure of David Baker.

Churchwardens of Saint Mary's, a burgage in tenure of Llewelyn ap John.

John Thomas, a burgage in tenure of John Yoman.

John Lloyde, a burgage.

Churchwardens of Saint Mary's, a burgage in tenure of John Taylor and John David.

The same, three burgages in tenure of James Henrie, Jeyne Ben Dee and Thomas Numan.

The heirs of William Cogan, a burgage in tenure of Jane Ryse.

Stephen Cogan, a burgage.

Churchwardens of Saint Mary's, two burgages in tenure of Denis Tooke and Michael Penllyan.

William Tooke, a quarter burgage in tenure of Stephen Cogan.

John Wrynche, a burgage.

John Hopkyn, a burgage.

James Andrewe, half a burgage in tenure of John Kewe.

John Prowting, half a burgage.

— Myxton, half a burgage.

John Wrench, half a burgage in tenure of Jeyne Hopkyn.

William Tooke, two burgages in tenure of Thomas Sawer and William Colchester.

Holy Trinity Chantry, a burgage in tenure of Thomas Iryshe.

Ann Wasten, a burgage.

Churchwardens of Saint Mary's, half a burgage in tenure of Richard One.

John Tanner, half a burgage in tenure of Margery Helene.

Churchwardens of Saint Mary's, a burgage in tenure of Thomas Boucher and Henry Farber.

The same, a burgage and a half in tenure of William Jones, curryer, and John Poyntmaker.

William Tooke, half a burgage in tenure of John Meuric.

Churchwardens of Saint Mary's, two burgages in tenure of William Waxmaker and John Dawkin.

Walter Herbert, a burgage in tenure of William Res, "bucher."

William Tooke, a quarter burgage in tenure of Gwilym Fysher.

Walter Herberte, half a burgage in tenure of Richard Fysher.

The heirs of Marichurch, half a burgage in tenure of John Hoell.

William Tooke, a burgage in tenure of William Corre, "bocher."

David Baker, a burgage in tenure of John Corr.

Churchwardens of Saint Mary's, two burgages in tenure of Nicholas Bocher and John Wastell.

In the street extending from the South Gate of the said Town on the west side, as far as the gate called "Blounts Yate" on the same side.

Churchwardens of Saint Mary's, half a burgage in tenure of Master Bowen.

The monastery of Tewkesburie, four burgages in tenure of William Jones.

Christiana Richard, widow, a burgage.

The vicar of Saint Mary's church, half a burgage.

Churchwardens of Saint Mary's, half a burgage in tenure of William Wastell.

Saint Clement's Chantry, half a burgage in tenure of George Bocher.

Churchwardens of Saint Mary's, half a burgage in tenure of George Bocher.

James Andrewe, a burgage in tenure of Lewis Hoell.

The heirs of William Cogan, a burgage in tenure of Thomas Wastell.

Churchwardens of Saint Mary's, a burgage in tenure of Juliana Griffith, widow.

James Andrewe, a burgage in tenure of Edward Tyler.

A burgage in tenure of David Baker.

James Andrew, a burgage in tenure of John Seysse.

William Tooke, a burgage in tenure of Thomas Boucher.

The heirs of Massy, two burgages in tenure of John Gaskyn and John Hunte.

William Tooke, a burgage in tenure of John Cogan.

John Ledan, a burgage.

James Andrewe, half a burgage in tenure of David Fermour.

Churchwardens of Saint Mary's, a burgage called "the middle pynam," in tenure of John Pylle.

John Wrenche, half a burgage in tenure of Edward John.

Churchwardens of Saint Mary's, a burgage in tenure of John Wastell.

John Wrench, a burgage and a half in tenure of John Edmund and John Yoman.

James Andrewe, a burgage in tenure of Hoell Bocher.

Churchwardens of Saint Mary's, four burgages in tenure of Stephen Cogan, Philip Dyer and Robert Redyn.

William Tooke, two burgages in tenure of Elizabeth Mower.

The heirs of Massye, a burgage in tenure of David Baker.

The heirs of Marichurche, a burgage in tenure of John White.

The heirs of Massye, a burgage in tenure of John White.

William Tooke, half a burgage in tenure of Christopher Tanner.

The heirs of Massy, two burgages.

John Tanner, three quarters of a burgage.

Churchwardens of Saint Mary's, half a burgage in tenure of Thomas Dere.

James Andrewe, half a burgage in tenure of David Baker.

Churchwardens of Saint Mary's, half a burgage in tenure of George Bocher

John Pyll, half a burgage.

— Gibon, half a burgage.

Churchwardens of Saint Mary's, three quarter burgages.

— Myxton, three quarter burgages in tenure of John Henrye.

John Mower, three quarters of a burgage.

Churchwardens of Saint Mary's, a burgage in tenure of William Yeman.

In the street extending from the South Gate of the said town on the west side, as far as the moor of our lord the King on the same side.

David Baker, a burgage.

— Gybbon, half a burgage.

David Baker, a burgage.

John Wastell, a burgage and a half.

James Andrewe, half a burgage.

Churchwardens of Saint Mary's, a burgage in tenure of Lybia Blackborue.

— Gibbon, half a burgage.

Churchwardens of Saint Mary's, a burgage in tenure of Robert Blackborue.

The heirs of William Cogan, two burgages in tenure of John Lovedaie and Nicholas Baker.

Churchwardens of Saint Mary's, a burgage.

John Wrenche, half a burgage in tenure of Thomas Lychefeilde.

Orchard Street.

David ap Richard, a burgage in tenure of Margarett Haukins, on the south side.

John Lovedaie, a burgage and a half,

William Giles, a burgage.

John Lovedaie, half a burgage on the north side of the street.

Holy Trinity Chantry, one burgage in the tenure of Felys Porter.

Fely Porter, three burgages.

In the street extending from the tower of Saint John's, as far as Barry Lane end on the west side.

Saint Mary's Chantry, one burgage.

John Wrenche, one burgage in tenure of Agnes Tooke, widow.

Saint Mary's Chantry, one burgage in tenure of Maurice Taylor.

Churchwardens of Saint Mary's, one burgage in tenure of John Toucker.

Chantries of Saint Mary and Saint Katherine, one burgage in tenure of Elizabeth Lytford.

Holy Trinity Chantry, one burgage in tenure of John Moore.

Saint Mary's Chantry, one burgage in tenure of William Ragland.

William Yeman, a burgage and a half.

James Andrewe, half a burgage in tenure of George Bocher.

The same, one burgage in tenure of John Dyvye.

John Lydden, a quarter burgage in tenure of Sir Walter Grono.

Churchwardens of Saint Mary's, half a burgage in tenure of Sir Walter Grono.

In the street extending from the west side from a place called "Barry Lane end," as far as the garden of Henry Tirrell.

John Lyddonne, one burgage in tenure of William Yeman.

Saint Mary's Chantry, a quarter burgage in tenure of John Seyse.

John Wrenche, a burgage in tenure of Master Bowen.

William Tooke, half a burgage in tenure of Robert Dio.

Churchwardens of Saint Mary's, half a burgage in tenure of Ann Wastell.

Holy Trinity Chantry, half a burgage in tenure of Thomas Kewe.

John Mower, half a burgage in tenure of Hoell Fletcher.

William Kewe, a quarter burgage in tenure of Henry Tucker.

Holy Trinity Chantry, half a burgage in tenure of Thomas Boucher.

Churchwardens of Saint Mary's, one burgage in tenure of Henry Cutler.

John Wrench, 4s. for a parcel of free land called "Hobyds grounde."

In the street extending from a place called Trinitie Grounde on the east side, as far as Barry Lane end.

Holy Trinity Chantry, a burgage in tenure of John Alleyne.

John Smyth, a burgage.

Margery Hopkyn, a quarter burgage in tenure of Philip Dyer.

John Smyth, a quarter burgage in tenure of Robert Redyn.

William Kewe, half a burgage in tenure of Roger Bere.

Holy Trinity Chantry, a burgage in tenure of William Kewe.

Churchwardens of St. Mary's, a burgage in tenure of William Wastell.

The same, two burgages in tenure of John Longe and Edward Tiler.

John Ledyn, a burgage.

John Wrynche, a burgage.

John Loveday, two cottages in tenure of John Meuric and John Tayler; 4d..

Felys Porter, two cottages; 4d..

In the street extending from the house of Felicia Porter, as far as the garden called "our Ladyes Service" on the west side.

Saint Catherine's Chantry, a quarter burgage.

John Wrynche, half a burgage in tenure of Nicholas Baker.

Saint Katherine's Chantry, one burgage in tenure of Morgan Person.

Stephen Cogan, a burgage in tenure of Thomas Sawer.

Saint Katherine's Chantry, half a burgage in tenure of William Kewe.

Churchwardens of Saint Mary's, half a burgage in tenure of William Wastall.

Holy Trinity Chantry, a burgage in tenure of Henry Purnell.

The same, a burgage in tenure of William Kewe.

Roger Bere, a burgage.

William Kewe, a quarter burgage in tenure of John Thomas.

Churchwardens of Saint Mary's, a burgage in tenure of Griffith Tooker.

Saint Mary's Chantry, three quarter burgages in tenure of David Lloyde.

William Kewe, a burgage in tenure of Joan Hawkins.

Saint Katherine's Chantry, a quarter burgage in tenure of Henry Tirrell.

In the lane called "the Middle Rowe between the gardens," as far as the stile [? chancel] of St. John's church.

Saint Mary's Chantry, one burgage in tenure of John Hooper.

Churchwardens of Saint Mary's, one burgage in tenure of Thomas Sawer.

John Smith, a burgage.

Sir Robert Dawkin, a burgage.

The heirs of Massye, a burgage in tenure of John Lamberd.

Churchwardens of Saint Mary's, half a burgage in tenure of Robert Blackborue.

John Lyddon, half a burgage in tenure of Thomas Curryer.

Sum 13l. 16s. 11d..

Thereof on behalf our lord the King, nothing.

Late of the Abbot of Nethe: 13l 16s 11d.

Farms of the mills and fisheries of Tooffe, with the toll of the "cense."And for 16l. of the farm of a fishery of the water of Tooffe, between the mill of Newmill and Black Stake, all about the said river in "le black Stake." And also the fishery of a certain weir of the aforesaid water, at Pennarth. As also a fishery in the aforesaid water of Tooffe, on the east side by Black-stake; and the fishery between the two mills of Newmill and Townemill. And of one parcel of pasture at the north end of [Ham[m]es. And the assize of] ale within the town and Borough of Cardiff. As also the farm and profit of the coneys of fflathomes, so demised to farm unto Edmund Turnor by letters patent of our lord King Henry 8th that now is, given under the seal of the Chancery of Cardiff on the 3rd day of the month of August in the 21st year of the reign of the king aforesaid. To have, hold and occupy the said fisheries and other the premises, with their appurtenances, unto the aforesaid Edmund Turnor, his executors and assigns, from the feast of Saint Michael Archangel in the 21st year of the reign of King Henry 8th, to the end and term of 21 years thence next ensuing and fully to be completed. Rendering therefor yearly into the hands of the Receivor General of our lord the King there for the time being, or into the hands of the Treasurer of the Chancery for the time being, 16l. sterling, at the feasts there usual, by equal portions (the repairs of the said fisheries and other the premises, with their appurtenances, and the custom of the aforesaid farms in all things excepted; for which repairs so to be done the aforesaid Edmund Turnor, his executors and assigns shall have sufficient timber from time to time within the forest of Senghenit subter for the discharging of the Masters of the Woods of our lord the King there for the time being, as in the same letters at large enrolled more fully may appear); this year the twelfth of his term of such farms, within the time of this Account. And for 15l. 7s. 8d. of the farm of 2 grist mills under the Castle of the town of Cardiff, so demised to farm unto Thomas Lychfeild by letters patent of our lord King Henry 8th that now is, as is said (but which, nevertheless, have not hitherto been produced), payable at the feast aforesaid, as by the aforesaid Rental. And for 16s. 8d. of the farm of a fulling mill there, called Newmill, so demised to farm unto the aforesaid Thomas Lychfeilde by letters patent of our said lord the King that now is, as is said (but which, nevertheless, have not hitherto been produced), payable at the feast aforesaid, as by the aforesaid Rental. And for 111s.d. of the farm of the tolls there each day in every week, save Wednesday, throughout the year; and also all other small tolls, with the "chense." As also the custom of wine and salt, taking 4½d. for every hogshead of wine or salt; and for all the other customs pertaining or relating to the said town, except the custom of leather, they answer to our lord the King as they happen; so demised to fee farm by the year, payable at the feast aforesaid, as by the aforesaid Rental.

Sum 37l. 15s. 11½d..

Fees of Court. And for 54s. 6d. arising or accruing from fees of Court there this year holden, as by the roll of the same on this Account set forth, examined and remaining. And for 3s. 6d. fees of the Court of Piepowder there this year holden, as by the roll of the same on this Account set forth and examined.

Sum 58s..

Custom of leather. For any profit arising or accruing from the custom of leather going out of the port there, they do not answer; for that no such leather was shipped for the time of this Account, by the acknowledgment of the said Accountants by their oath on this Account.

Sum nothing.

Sum total of the rent with the arrears, 73l. 16s. 10½d..

Whereof:— Allowance of rent to the Accountants, with other necessary expenses. The same account in allowance of the rent of two Bailiffs and a Serjeant there, with their offices by the year, as was allowed in preceding Accounts, 3s.. And in a reward given to the clerk writing the roll of the aforesaid Court; together with parchment bought for the same, namely as well for each Hundred as for the Court, 6d., as was allowed in preceding Accounts, 18s.. And in 2 quarters, 1 bushel and 1 hoop of corn bought for delivery to the Serjeants of the Borough there, taking there between them for seven hoops (whereof 3 make 1 bushel of corn, price 10d. the bushel, this year at the market price there) on the feast of the Nativity of our Lord, as is contained in preceding Accounts, 14s. 6d..

Sum 35s. 6d..

Sum of the aforesaid allowances 35s. 6d..

And they owe 72l. 16½d..

Out of which there is allowed to them 4s. 4d. for costs and expenses sustained in burning Thomas Capper, who was attainted of heresy at Cardiff, as is set out in the bill of particulars on this Account shewn and remaining. And to the same 6s. 10d. for the diet of the said Thomas, being in prison there by the space of 130 days, at the rate of 1d. a day, as by bill on the said Account shewn and remaining. And in moneys paid unto the aforesaid deputy of the issues of his office this year, without bill and only by his acknowledgment upon this Account, 48l. 17s. 3d..

And they owe 22l. 12s. 11d..

Whence:—

Owing to the Accountants. And 19l. 6s. charged above under the head of Arrears, charged as of part of 20l. 3s. of the rents of tenements formerly unto the Abbot and Convent of Nethe, by Gilbert, late Earl of Gloucester, assigned in exchange for lands and tenements which the said Earl theretofore had of the said Abbot and Convent; not levied, for that Lyson, late Abbot of the aforesaid Monastery, delivered and to farm demised all those lands and tenements so unto the said Abbot and Convent in exchange assigned, unto Thomas Lychfeilde during the life of him the said Lyson, late Abbot. Rendering therefor yearly unto the said Abbot 10l. 10s. at the feasts of the Annunciation of the Blessed Virgin Mary, and of Saint Andrew Apostle, by equal portions. Then there are here credited to the Accountants for two whole years ending at the feast of Saint Michael Archangel in the 32nd year of the Reign of King Henry 8th, for each year 9l. 13s., until it shall be ascertained by the Surveyor General of the lands of our lord the King what is to be done therewith. And to the same, 66s. 11d., above charged under the head of Rents of Burgage tenants, of the moneys unto the late Abbot and Convent of Neth assigned in exchange by Gilbert, late Earl of Gloucester, for lands and tenements which the said Earl had of the said Abbot and Convent, at 13l. 16s. 11d. a year, then lately at 20l. 3s. a year, as by a certain Survey thereof taken before Francis Sowthwell, William Tooke and others, Commissioners of our lord the King in that behalf assigned by virtue of a commission of our said lord the King unto them with others directed; and not levied, for that Lyson, late Abbot of the Monastery aforesaid, delivered and to farm demised all, &c., taking as above, to wit, for this year only.

[Endorsed.]
"Cardiffe Burgus." "Cardiff Auditors Account. No. 119.

Jan. 16, 1687. Perusd and Scheduld by——Rich. Cox.
Da. Thomas.

Abstract of the Burgage Tenements.

Churchwardens of Saint Mary's 50.

John Wrynche 26.

William Tooke 19.

Heirs of Massye 18¼.

Saint Mary's Chantry 16½.

Holy Trinity Chantry 16¼.

James Andrewe 13.

Saint Katherine's Chantry 8¾.

Saint Clement's Chantry 7½.

Francis Stradling 5¾.

Felys Porter 5¼.

—Abingtonne 4¾.

Tewkesbury Abbey 4.

Heirs of William Cogan 4.

John Tanner 3¾.

John Ledan 3¾.

William Kewe 3½.

Altar of Saint John Baptist 2¾.

John Lovedaie 2¾.

John Smith 2½.

George Herbert 2¼.

Stephen Cogan 2¼.

Katherine Hoper 2.

Walter Herbert 1½.

Richard Carne 1½.

Thomas Lychfeilde 1½.

— Gibon 1½.

Heirs of Marichurch 1½.

William Yeaman 1½.

John Wastell 1½.

Roger Bere 1½.

Peter West 1½.

John Mower 1½.

— Myxton 1¼.

William Bawdrippe 1.

David Kemmes 1.

Heirs of Henry Cogan 1.

Ann Wasten 1.

Elizabeth Mower 1.

Morgan Mayo 1.

— Colchester 1.

Christiana Richard 1.

David ap Richard 1.

William Giles 1.

Robert Boucher 1.

William Dawkyn 1.

John Smyth Piknowe 1.

Thomas Hoell Brewer 1.

— Arnold 1.

John Thomas 1.

John Lloyde 1.

John Hopkyn 1.

Nicholas Baker ¾.

The Vicar of Saint Mary's ½.

William Wrenche ½.

Meredith Sergeant ½.

William Iryshe ½.

David Jeffrey ½.

Gwenllian Edwarde ½.

Meredith Baker ½.

Edward Taylor ½.

Henry Tyrell ½.

Thomas Hoell Baker ½.

John Edmund ½.

John Browne ½.

David Roche ½.

Jeyne Ratcliffe ½.

David Roberte ½.

John Prowting ½.

John Pyll ½.

John Clement ¼.

Richard Sporier ¼.

William Jones ¼.

Jeyne ap Owen ¼.

Margery Hopkyn ¼.

Total of burgage tenements 269

Number of burgage tenants 75

Burgages held by the Church 105½.

Rothe.

The Account of Griffith David ap Gwilim, Prevost there, for the time aforesaid.

Arrears. None, as appears at foot of the Account of the year last preceding.

Sum nothing.

Rents as well of free as of customary tenants. But he answers for 8d. free rent of Henry, Earl of Worcester, for 4 acres of pasture there, of the tenure called "Sergeant Holde," payable at the feast of Saint Michael Archangel only, as appears by the Rental there renewed on the 3rd day of October in the 32nd year of the reign of King Henry 8th that now is, by the oath of James Harris, William Morgan Gwyn, John Richard, Ralph White, William Hewys, John Philip, John Roberts Pillye and John William and others tenants and farmers of our lord the King there, sworn before Francis Sowthwell, William Tooke and Thomas Lychfeilde, Commissioners of our lord the King in that behalf appointed for surveying the lands of our said lord the King, by virtue of a Commission of our said lord the King unto them with others to that effect directed, as in the same dated the second day of August in the 32nd year of the reign of the said King more fully may appear. And for 8d. free rent of George Herbert for 4 acres of land of the tenure aforesaid, payable at the feast aforesaid, as appears by the Rental aforesaid. And for 15d. free rent of William Morgan Gwyn for a fishery and 5 acres of free land of the same tenure, payable at the time mentioned in the aforesaid Rental. And for 2s. free rent of the same William Morgan Gwyn for 12 acres of land of the same tenure, payable at the time mentioned in the aforesaid Rental. And for 9d. free rent of the heirs of Treharne Blethyn for 4½ acres of land of the tenure aforesaid, payable, &c. And for 10½d. free rent of John Kemmes for 5 acres of land of the tenure aforesaid, payable &c.

Thomas Vawer 4d. for 2a..

John Lloyde 6d. for 3a..

Heirs of Edward Turnor 2d for 1a of meadow in Freshe More.

John Wrenche 1d. for ¾a..

Jonkin Thomas 3s. 4d. for 30a. in Roth.

Gwilim Griffith 9d. for 4½a..

Richard Carne 6s. 1d. for a tenement and 40a. there.

Francis Stradlinge 6d. for 3a..

Edward Lewis 5d. for 2½a..

Wardens of Saint Mary's Church of Cardiff, 12d. for 6a..

Margaret Jone 2d. for 1a..

Jankin Morgan Gwyn, 1lb. of pepper for a certain parcel of land called in Welsh "bethekyddeye," and in English "The black dogges buryinge"; wherefor he doth not answer, for that it is paid unto the Auditor for his fee.

William Hewe 4d. for a free cottage in Roth.

John Arnold 12d. free rent, arising from the price of a pair of spurs, for 3 acres of land which he holds there.

James Andrewe 2s. for a certain parcel of free land in Roth, lying within the liberties of Cardiff.

John William 10½d. for certain parcels of free land in Rothe and Cardiffe.

Heirs of Massye 3½d. for certain free lands and free tenements lying in a place called Llestellabone.

Juliana Deane 12d. for 6a. of the tenure of "Sergeants holde," at the rate of 2d. an acre.

William Tooke 10d. for a tenement and certain free lands containing 6 acres by estimation, by the Heath.

John Abbingtonne of Bristowe 3d. free rent for a tenement in Crokerton in tenure of Saunder Pavier, for rent called "le kitching Rent."

James Andrewe 2d. for 1d. of meadow in Freshmoore, of the tenure of "Sergeants holde."

The wardens of Saint Mary's Church at Cardiffe, 4d. free rent for 2a of meadow in Portemansmore, of the tenure aforesaid.

Dio Roberte 2d. for one cottage and 1a. of meadow between the ditch and Adams Downe on the north side.

John Wrynche 8d. for a meadow called Roberts Crofte, containing 12a in tenure of David Meuric.

And for 3s. 9d. free rent of a certain pasture called Hendre, containing by estimation 4½a. belonging to the late monastery of Morgan, now in tenure of William Colie.

William Kewe 4d. for a cottage lying by the gate of Cardiff Castle, on the east.

John Jone 9d. for two tenements in Crokerton, parcel of the lands called "kechyn rent."

John Richard 4d. for a free cottage in Roth.

— ap Owen 6d. for a croft called Barryescroft containing 4a. of customary land of the greater tenure, now in tenure of Margaret vergh Morgan, who holds by letters patent of our lord the late King Henry VII., for the term of 99 years, given on the 15th day of November in the 19th year of the reign of the aforesaid King, payable at the feasts of the Annunciation of the Blessed Virgin Mary, and of Saint Michael Archangel, equally, as by the aforesaid rental.

And for 6s.d. rent of a tenement called David ap David Vaughans Tenement containing 13a. of customary land, now in tenure of James Harris, who holds by letters patent of our lord the late King Henry VII., &c.

James Harrys 4d. for a tenement and 13a. of customary land with the appurtenances in Roth, now in tenure of John Pyper who holds by the rod according to the custom of the manor. And it is to be noted that every tenant holding by the rod shall have his tenement for the term of his life and that of his wife so long as she lives single; and after the death of them their son shall have it; and after his death it shall be in the hands of our lord the King, as by the tenants there is certified upon examination of this rental.

And for 6s.d. rent of a tenement and 17a. of customary land now in tenure of Robert ap Ieuan, who holds by the rod according to the custom of the manor there.

John Collyn 4d. for a tenement and 13a. of customary land, as above. (Not free rent.)

William Hewe alias Jankin 6s.d. for a tenement and 13a. of customary land as above.

John Richard 19s.d. for 3 tenements and 39a. of customary land as above; "and he pays 3 heriots when they fall due."

Sum 4l. 11s.d..

Farm of demesne lands. And for 5s. farm of a close containing 2 acres of arable land lying within the franchise of Cardiff, by Dobyn Pitts, late in tenure of Richard Tanner; and of one acre of demesne land lying between the lands of John Marychurche on the east, and the lands of John Jones on the west, and the lands of Thomas Wrenche on the south, and a parcel of heath on the north, so demised unto John Philip and Nest his wife, by copy of court roll, for the term of their lives; payable at the feasts of the Annunciation of the Blessed Virgin Mary, and Saint Michael Archangel, equally, as by the rental aforesaid.

And for 56s. 8d. of the farm of 21 acres of demesne land in Brandon; 16 acres of demesne land, one rood, with one ditch formerly of Adam Spoudere; 2 acres of meadow in Little Holemeade; 2 acres of meadow in Great Holemeade, and the land called Margeryeslonde, late in the hands of Llywelyn Kemmes, lying within the Lordship of Roth; so demised to farm unto Margaret vergh Morgan by letters patent of our lord the late King Henry VII. granted to her for the term of 99 years, given on the 16th day of November in the 19th year of the reign of the aforesaid late King, as in the said letters more fully appeareth; payable at the aforesaid feasts, as by the rental aforesaid.

And for 7s.d. of the farm of one tenement with 13 acres of land, formerly in tenure of William Baugh, so demised to farm unto James Harrys by letters patent of our lord the late King Henry VII. granted to Henry Jones for the term of 99 years, given, &c.

And for 25s. 6d. of the farm of 3 messuages formerly in the hands of William Sandall, and of one messuage lately in the hands of Jankyn Tegan, with the appurtenances, situate within the Lordship of Roth aforesaid, so demised to farm unto the aforesaid James Harrys by letters patent of our lord the late King Henry VII. granted unto Ieuan ap Treharne ap Hoell for the term of 99 years, &c.

And for 44s. 8d. of the farm of a parcel of land called Adams Crofte, containing 8 acres; of a parcel of land called Adams Downe, containing 11 acres; of a close lying near "le hethe," containing 3 acres; of an acre of land near Adams Downe, called Trockers Acre; 3 quarters of land lying in a place called Sendall Hill; of a parcel of land lying in Rothes Moore, called Spyre Meade, containing 3 acres; of 2 acres of land called Rokes Land; of ¾ of land in Sower Lande; of one tenement containing 11 acres of land, lying "bynethe the waie," so demised to farm unto James Harrys, &c. (by patent granted to Henry Jones).

And for 2s of the farm of a close near "le heth," containing 2 acres of land, so demised unto the relict of John Shendyll this year, &c.

And for 12d. of the farm of ¾ of demesne land lying in "Goslyu's," so demised to farm unto Robert ap Ieuan from year to year, &c.

And for 13l. 6s. 4d. of the farm of a certain pasture called the Ilond and Greenward; as also divers meadows in Portemanmoore, containing 16 acres; and of a field called Estfurlonge, containing 43 acres and a half of land; and of divers lands, meadows and pastures in le ["ham[m]es," struck out] Westmore; as also of divers other parcels of meadow, to wit, Revesacre, Waterledersmeade, Cutlers Acre, one acre of meadow by Newall, 2½ acres of land by Robytscrofte, 2½ acres of meadow belonging to the tenement called fflaldayes, one acre by Newall, one acre of meadow late of John Sadler, and one acre and 3 roods of meadow by the "Waterdiche," lying within the Lordship of Roth aforesaid; so demised to farm unto John Wastell by letters patent of our lord the late King Henry VII. granted to Robert Jones, knight, for the term of 50 years, given in the Chancery of Cardiff on the penultimate day of July in the 9th year of the reign of the aforesaid, &c.

And for 4s. of the farm of a croft called Sebronhyll, otherwise Thomas Thomas' Close, containing 3 acres of land, so demised to farm unto the aforesaid John Wastell by letters patent of our lord King Henry VIII. that now is, granted to John Shendyll, &c.

And for 6s. 8d. of the farm of 2½ acres of meadow lying between Adamsdowne and Long Close, and two acres and a half of arable land lying by the high way leading from Longe Crosse towards the Splott, between that road on the east, the land of David Goghe on the west, land belonging to the church of the Blessed Virgin Mary of Cardiff and the land of John Jason on the south, and the aforesaid road on the north, so demised to farm from year to year unto Dio Roberte, &c.

And for 66s. 8d. of the farm of certain demesne lands there, so demised unto Edmund Turnor deceased, &c.

And for 45s. of the farm of certain demesne lands there demised unto the aforesaid Edmund Turnor deceased, by letters patent as it is said, but hitherto they have not been produced.

And for 3s. 4d. of the farm of certain demesne lands there so demised unto Edmund Turnor deceased, &c.

Sum 26l. 14s.d..

Farm of the fisheries. And for 2s. of the farm of a fishery there lying next the fishery which Nicholas Pill holds, on the west, and the fishery of William Manne on the east, and the sea on the south, and "le Bake" on the north; now in the tenure of Thomas Boucher and George Bocher of Cardiff, who hold by copy of court roll for the term of their lives, payable, &c.

And for 7s. of the farm of five fishery "hengis" with the appurtenances, situate and lying by the sea shore within the Lordship of Roth; one of the "hengis" called "the fulforde henge," situate and lying by the water of Toffe; another called "the Nabbis;" a third called "the Moore henge;" a 4th called "the Ridge henge" by the "wester weare," in tenure of John Lovedaie; and a 5th called "the Lordes henge," lying by Pulkye on the east and the Weydram in tenure of Thomas Rovenett on the south; so demised to farm unto Rawlyn White by the grant of Edmund Turnor deceased, lately belonging to our lord the King in the county aforesaid, for the term of 21 years, given, &c.

And for 12d. of the farm of a fishery late in tenure of Richard Pill and now in tenure of Richard Hawkins, payable, &c.

And for 3s. 4d. of the farm of a fishery in the sea, within the Lordship of Roth, called the Westwere, and another fishery in the sea called the East Were, so demised to farm unto John Lovedaie by letters patent of our lord the King that now is, &c.

And for 12d. of the farm of a fishery called the Gowt, so demised to farm unto John Pill, from year to year, payable at the aforesaid feasts, as by the Rental aforesaid.

Sum 14s. 4d..

Fees of Court. And for 11s. 9d. fees of Court there this year held, with 10s. heriot, and 21d. of other fees, as appears by the Rental of the same on this Account shewn and examined.

Total 11s. 9d..

Sum of the whole Rental 32l. 12s. 1d..

Whence:—

Allowance for rent of a messuage. The same accounts in allowance for the rent of a messuage there, with the execution of his office by the year, as was allowed in preceding years, 6s. 4d.. And in moneys paid to the Bailiff of Kebor, as appears in the account of the Coroner, for one acre in the Marsh there; for that the said Accountant has answered above and pays to the said Bailiff yearly 2s..

Sum 8s.d..

The total allowance aforesaid is 8s.d..

And he owes 32l. 3s.d..

Which the aforesaid Deputy has discharged out of the issues of his office this year, without bill but only by his acknowledgment on this Account.

[Endorsed.]

Roth.

Rent Roll 32 H. 8.