Wills
22 Edward III (1348-9)

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R. R. Sharpe (editor)

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1889

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500-512

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'Wills: 22 Edward III (1348-9)', Calendar of wills proved and enrolled in the Court of Husting, London: Part 1: 1258-1358 (1889), pp. 500-512. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=66884 Date accessed: 30 September 2014.


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ANNO 22 EDWARD III.

Monday next after the Feast of Conversion of S. Paul [25 Jan.].

Everdon (William de), Vicar of the church of Rykemeres-worth. (fn. 1) —To Sir Hugh de Colewyk houses in the parishes of S. Alban de Wodestrete and S. Mary de Aldermanbury for the maintenance of a chantry in the said church of S. Alban for the good of his soul and the souls of John his father, Lecia his mother, and others, with bequests to the rector and for repair of the said church of S. Alban. Also to the said Sir Hugh houses and rents in Wodestrete for the maintenance of a chantry in the same church for the good of the soul of Sir Edward, called "of Car-nervan,"late King of England, (fn. 2) and other bequests for pious uses. To the Chamber of the Guildhall of London five shillings annual rent in order that the Mayor, Aldermen, and Chamberlain for the time being may see to the maintenance of the said chantry. Dated 7 August, A.D. 1347.


Afterwards, to the court held on Monday next after the Feast of S. Hilary [13 Jan.], anno 22 Edward III. [A.D. 1348-9], there came Robert de Everdon, and put his claim upon the tenements in the above testament contained.

Roll 75 (1)

Welford (Alice, late wife of Thomas de, hosier).—To Thomas her son a shop in Westchepe, parish of S. Mary le Bow. Dated London, Friday, 28 September, A.D. 1347.
Roll 75 (5).

Suthfolk (Johanna, late wife of Elyas de).—John her son to continue to maintain Sir Gilbert her chaplain as she had been accustomed to do during her life. To her said son she leaves all her tenements in the parishes of S. Peter de Wode-stre[te], S. Matthew de Fridaystrete, All Hallows de Bredstrete, and S. Peter de Cornhull. Dated London, Monday next after the Feast of S. Dunstan, Archbishop [19 May], A.D. 1346.
Roll 75 (6)

Monday next before the Feast of S. Valentine [14 Feb.].

Kendale (Margaret, late wife of Sir Robert de, Knt.).—All her tenements in Thamestrate under and near the church of All [Hallows] "ye Lytle" to be devoted to a chantry in the parish church of S. Andrew de Hicche (fn. 3) in the diocese of Lincoln for the benefit of the souls of Sir Edward, King of England, son of King Edward; Robert de Kendale, Knt., her late husband; and others. Dated Wednesday the Feast of S. Peter called "Advincula" [1 Aug.], A.D. 1347.
Roll 75 (24).

Monday next before the Feast of S. Peter in Cathedrâ [22 Feb.].

Croydon (John de), fishmonger.—To be buried in the church of S. Margaret de Briggestrete. Bequests to the said church and to the church of S. John de Croydon, and to various persons named, among whom are the following: Mary, daughter of Gunnora his sister; John, son of Hugh de Croydon, his apprentice; and John Hankyn, his servant. To Johanna his daughter, a nun of Clerkenwell, one mark annual rent of lands and tenements in Grascherchestrete, parish of S. Peter de Cornhull, for life; remainder to Alice his daughter. Also to the said Alice, Nicholaa, Margaret, and Johanna his daughters fifty pounds sterling respectively. To Lucy, daughter of Geoffrey Horn and of Margery, the testator's daughter, ten marks for her marriage. Also to Lucy his wife his entire chamber, as also her own, together with household goods and chattels, and all his lands and tenements in the City of London for life, so that she maintain a chantry for the good of his soul and the souls of Simon his brother, William Cros, his former master, and others; remainder to William his son in tail; remainder over. Also to his said daughters the reversion of his various tenements in the parishes of S. Margaret de Briggestrete, S. Leonard de Estchep, S. Nicholas Olof, All Hallows de Berkyngchirch, &c. If all his children die without an heir of their bodies the aforesaid land and tenements are to go to Hugh his brother. The residue of his goods to be divided into three parts, whereof one part is to go to Lucy his wife, another to be divided equally among his surviving children, and the third to be devoted to pious uses. His wife appointed guardian of his children, she giving sufficient security for the same before the Mayor and Aldermen of London. Dated Friday the morrow of S. Nicholas, Bishop [6 Dec.], A.D. 1347.
Roll 75 (29)

Monday next before the Feast of S. Gregory, Pope [12 March].

Chaucombe (Thmoas de), image-maker (fn. 4) —To be buried in the churchyard of S. Botolph without Aldrichgate. To Emma his wife for life a certain tenement which he had by feoffment of William Shordich, goldsmith; remainder to William his son, and in default of heirs to Johanna and Matilda his daughters; remainder to pious uses. Also to the said William all the instruments of his craft. Dated London, Monday the Feast of S. Barnabas [11 June], A.D. 1347.
Roll 75 (30).

Peautrer (Nicholas le) de Ludgate.—To Thomas his son all his instruments and fourmes (fn. 5) appertaining to his craft, together with other specific goods, among which are two thousand pounds of tin, a cup of silver enamelled at the base, silver spoons, cups of mazer, brass pans, a feather bed, sheets, one best chest and two chests less strong (debiliores), &c.; also tenements in the parish of S. Martin de Ludgate in tail; remainder to pious uses for the good of the souls of Elena and Alice his late wives and others. Dated London, Thursday next before the Feast of S. Gregory, Pope, viz., 9 March, A.D. 1345.
Roll 75 (39).

Chayham (William de).—Bequests of money and chattels to Lucy, Agnes, and Juliana his daughters. To Agnes his wife the remaining term of Thomas de Bokham, his apprentice, and a tenement in Fletestrete, parish of S. Dunstan West, for life. After her decease the latter to be sold, and a portion of the proceeds to be devoted to chantries in the said church of S. Dunstan and other pious uses, and the residue to be divided among his children. To Johanna his daughter one mark annual quitrent in the parish of S. Andrew in Holebourn; and to Juliana his daughter, a nun, a tenement in the parish of S. Giles without Cripelgate. Dated in Bredstrete, London, 15 October, A.D. 1347.
Roll 75 (40)

Monday the Feast of S. Dunstan [19 May].

St. John (Edward de).—To be buried in the church of S. John Baptist de Clerkenewell, near London. To Johanna Edward (sic) his wife all his tenements in the parish of S. Sepulchre without Neugate for life; remainder to John Edward her son and Agnes Edward her daughter in successive tail; remainder over to the Prior, &c., of the Hospital of S. John of Jerusalem in England and their house of Clerkenewell. His wife to provide the aforesaid John with one furred robe at Christmas annually, and to maintain the aforesaid Agnes for the space of twelve years after his decease. Dated at the Hospital of S. John de Clerkenewell, 27 April, A.D. 1348.
Roll 75 (64).

Swyft (Thomas), tanner.—To be buried in the churchyard of S. Sepulchre without Neugate. To Avice his wife his tenements in the parish of S. Sepulchre for life; remainder to Richard his son in tail; remainder to pious and charitable uses. To Matilda his daughter a tenement near the water of Holebourn in tail; remainder to the infant with which his wife is enceinte. Dated London, Tuesday next after the Feast of S. John ante portam Latinam [6 May], A.D. 1347.
Roll 75 (69).

Monday next after the Feast of S. Margaret, Virgin [20 July].

Denecoumbe (Henry de).—To be buried in his parish church of S. Giles without Crepulgate. To Alice his wife a brewery and other tenements in Grubbestrete and le Forestret in the parish of S. Giles for life; remainder to Hugh atte Cocke. Bequests for the maintenance of chantries in the said church, and also for the fabric of the church of S. Thomas de Acon. To Johanna his kinswoman, wife of John de Coventre, a tenement also in le Forstret. Dated London, 18 March, A.D. 1338.


Whereupon came Nicholas de Barton and Alice his wife, late wife of Henry de Denecoumbe, named executrix in the testament of the aforesaid Henry, and put their claim upon all the tenements, lands, and rents contained in the above testament, inasmuch as the said Alice had acquired the same jointly with her late husband.

Roll 75 (82)

Woubourne (Agnes de).—To be buried in the churchyard of S. Giles without Crepelgate. Certain shops in Whitecrouchestrete in the said parish of S. Giles near Bechelane she leaves to the Fraternity of the Light of the B.V. Mary in the nave of the said church before the rood, for the maintenance of the said light, so that the brethren of the said fraternity provide a chantry for the good of the souls of herself, Ralph her husband, and others for the space of one year next after her decease. Dated London, Friday, 10 March, A.D. 1345.
Roll 75 (83).

Tyghlere or Tyler (Gilbert le) de Holebourn.—To Isabella his wife all his tenements in the parish of S. Andrew de Hole-bourn for life; after her decease the same to be sold, John, son of Reginald le Clerk, being preferred as purchaser by forty shillings, and the proceeds devoted to pious uses. Dated in the said parish of S. Andrew, Saturday next after the Feast of All Saints [1 Nov.], A.D. 1347.
Roll 75 (84).

Coton (John de).—To Leticia his wife all his tenements in the City of London for life; remainder to Isabella his daughter in tail; remainder to pious uses. Dated London, Friday the vigil of S. Martin, Bishop [11 Nov.], A.D. 1340.
Roll 75 (86).

Beauflour (Hugh), fishmonger.—To Etheldreda his wife all his tenements and reversions in the parish of S. Martin in the Vintry for life; remainder to Stephen and James his sons in successive tail. Dated London, Sunday next after the Feast of All Saints [1 Nov.], A.D. 1347.
Roll 75 (89).

Claveryng (John de), canon of the church of S. Martin le Grand.—To be buried before the altar of S. Stephen in the said church. Bequest of an annual rent in the parish of S. Michael le Quern to the vicars, ministers, &c., of the said church of S. Martin. A brewery and shops in the lane and parish of S. Swithin to be sold for the maintenance of a chantry in the said church of S. Martin for the souls of Roger de Depham, and Margaret, wife of the same, the souls of the testator, and others. To Sir Edmund de Wymond-ham, Vicar of High Estre (fn. 6) (Alta Estre), and John Baude de Derte-ford, his executors, he leaves certain tenements and rents in the parish of S. Alphege, in Martelane, and in the aforesaid lane and parish of S. Swithin, so that they keep all covenants entered into respecting them. Dated London, Sunday next after the Feast of Translation of S. Martin [4 July], A.D. 1348.
Roll 75 (101)

Hablount (John), vintner.—To be buried in the church of S. Edmund de Lombardestrete. To Sarah his wife, in addition to her dower, five marks annual rent of tenements in Lombardestrete and Seint Clementeslane, parish of S. Edmund aforesaid. To Nicholas his brother forty shillings annual rent of the same tenements. Dated London, Monday in Whitsun week, A.D. 1348.
Roll 75 (106).

Monday next after the Feast of S. James, Apostle [25 July].

Kent (Hugh de), cordwainer.—To be buried in the churchyard of S. Peter upon Cornhull, near the tomb of Matilda de Caxton, his late wife. His tenement in the parish of S. Peter aforesaid and in Bisshopesgate Street to be sold, and the proceeds devoted to chantries in the said church of S. Peter and other pious uses.

Dated London, Sunday next after the Feast of S. Andrew, Apostle [30 Nov.], A.D. 1347.


Whereupon came Henry, son of Robert Parry [or Pavy], and put his claim upon the tenement above devised.

Roll 75 (123)

Monday next after the Feast of S. Luke, Evangelist [18 Oct.].

Forsham (Roger de), mercer.—Bequests to John Wyneman, William and Richard atte Dyk, his kinsmen; Agnes and Cecilia, daughters of Lucy his sister; Matilda and Cristiana, daughters of Alice his wife; Agnes, daughter of Margaret his sister; and William atte Brok. To Alice his wife her entire chamber with appurtenances, together with jewels, except eighteen hundred Oriental pearls, and one ring with a large diamond; also a tenement in Milkstrete, parish of S. Mary Magdalen; his term in Rokeloundtoft (fn. 7) and in a shop in Soperlane, parish of S. Pancras; all his stock and chattels in the vills of Attleburgh, Runhale, (fn. 8) and Rokeloundtoft in co. Norfolk, and in Ubbeston and Cratefeld (fn. 9) in co. Suffolk. Money due to him from Master Paul de Monte Florum, clerk, and John de Portenar, merchant of Florence, to be divided into three parts: one part to go to the Hospital of S. Mary within Crepelgate, another to Alice his wife, and the residue to the convents of Preaching Friars of Thefford, (fn. 10) and the Friars Minors of Ware (fn. 11) and Walsingham, (fn. 12) for pious uses. The residue of his goods to be divided into two parts, and one moiety to go to his said wife, and the other to the aforesaid convent of Thefford. Dated at Runhale, 17 July, A.D. 1348.


Whereupon came Alice, the widow of the testator, and put her claim upon the tenement in the parish of S. Mary Magdalen de Milkestrete, which she and her husband had acquired from the executors of Sir John de Enefeld, as by deed of feoffment thereupon made and enrolled in the Husting of London for Common Pleas, held on Monday next before the Feast of S. Dunstan [19 May], anno 10 Edward III. [A.D. 1336], more fully appears. (fn. 13) And as to ten pounds due annually from Thomas Leggy, the testator's executor, in A. respect of certain tenements in the parishes of S. Christopher and S. Bartholomew the Less in London, the said Alice says that she is content, and foregoes her dower of the said tenements, being satisfied with the annual rent of ten pounds to be paid by the said Thomas, left to her by the testament of the aforesaid Roger her late husband.

Roll 75 (132)

Bristoll (Robert de), saddler.—To Roger de Aylesbury, his servant, his workshop in Chepe and the remaining term of service of his three apprentices. Nicholas, son of Johanna his daughter, to be allowed to remain and work in the said shop. Bequests to his said apprentices and other servants. The tenements which he acquired from John Goldbeter, father of the said Nicholas, in the parish of S. Vedast, to be sold to pay his debts, and Thomas de Frithebek to be preferred as purchaser; also rents at Grascherche and in Seint Laurenceslane to be sold for pious uses, &c. Dated London, Friday next after the Feast of S. Dunstan, Bishop [19 May], A.D. 1348.


Whereupon came Thomas de Frithebek, saddler, and put his claim upon the said testament as to a tenement in Goderonelane, parish of S. Vedast, which the testator devised to be sold, inasmuch as the said Thomas had been already enfeoffed of the same by the said Robert in his lifetime, viz., on Sunday next after the Feast of S. Valentine [14 Feb.], anno 22 Edward III., by deed here shown in court. And afterwards, on Wednesday the Feast of S. Gregory, Pope [12 March], then next ensuing, the said Robert released his right in the said tenement to the said Thomas, his heirs and assigns, by deed shown in court in like manner. So that the said Robert at the time of his decease had nothing, (fn. 14) &c. Prayed that execution should not issue, &c.

Roll 75 (145)

Monday next before the Feast of S. Martin [11 Nov.].

Hastinges (Laurence de), [eleventh] Earl of Pembroke—To be buried in the church of the Priory of S. Mary de Bergeveny. (fn. 15) The residue of all his goods, movable and immovable, after payment of debts and funeral expenses, to be divided among his servants and those of his household as his executors may direct. Also to his said executors his rents in Colemannestrete in the City of London for the maintenance of two chantries. Dated at his Castle of Bergeveny, Sunday the Feast of S. Bartholomew [24 Aug.], A.D. 1348.
Roll 75 (151).

Knopwede (Roesia, widow of John de, late mercer).—To the Prior and Convent of the church of S. Bartholomew de Smethefeld shops and a garden in the parish of S. Botolph without Aldrichesgate, to keep her soul and the souls of her father, mother, and others in remembrance. William Raven and Richard Monoye, cook, to be preferred as purchasers of certain shops in Sopereslane. Dated London, 13 September, A.D. 1348.


Whereupon came Giles Spenser, mercer, executor of the aforesaid John de Knopwed, and showed by the testament of the said John, proved and enrolled (fn. 16) in the Husting of London on Monday next after the Feast of Translation of S. Edward [13 Oct.], anno 15 Edward III. [A.D. 1341], that the aforesaid shops in Soperlane were to be sold by him, as surviving executor, after the decease of the said Roesia, to whom they had been devised for life. Accordingly let him have administration, &c.

Roll 75 (167)

Monday next after the Feast of S. Edmund, King [20 Nov.].

Langelee (Robert de), butcher.—To Walter de Nettleswell and Johanna his wife, daughter of the testator, the reversion of a certain tenement inhabited by Edmund de Ware, butcher. To Robert his son a shop tenanted by Adam le Spicer. A tenement in Secollane, parish of S. Sepulchre, to be sold for pious uses. Dated London, Sunday next after the Feast of Decollation of S. John Baptist [29 Aug.], A.D. 1348.
Roll 75 (168).

Monday next after the Feast of S. Hilary [13 Jan.].

Brauncestre (Gilbert de).—To Idonia his wife all his tenements upon Cornhull, parish of S. Michael, for life; after her death the same to be sold, his debts paid, and the residue distributed equally among his daughters. Dated London, Sunday the morrow of Feast of S. Lucia, Virgin [13 Dec.], A.D. 1348.
Roll 75 (182)

Penthogg (Geoffrey), "waterlader." (fn. 17) —To John his son a garden in Estsmethefeld. To Johanna his wife a messuage and garden in the Ward of Portsokne for life, and also another in fee. Dated London, Tuesday the morrow of Feast of S. Thomas, Martyr [29 Dec.], A.D. 1348.


Whereupon came John de Bokenham and Johanna his wife, daughter of Gilbert Bonrouncy, and put his claim upon a tenement contained in the testament.

Roll 75 (183)

Hecham (Richard de), clerk.—To he buried in the church of S. Botolph without Algate or in the churchyard of the same. Bequests of money to William his son, Margaret his daughter, Margery Wynter, Cecilia, daughter of Walter le Wright, and Agnes Gunteman. To Johanna his wife the tenement wherein he lived in the parish of S. Botolph aforesaid for life; remainder to pious uses. Dated London, A.D. 1348.
Roll 75 (184).

Sampford (John de), Rector of Wolwych in the diocese of Rochester.—His tenements in the parish of S. Mary Magdalen in Sarmonereslane (fn. 18) to be sold, and a debt of fifty pounds sterling to be repaid to Cecilia, relict of Master Lucas de Thaksted, out of the proceeds; also twenty marks to Thomas his servant. Dated London, Saturday next after the Feast of S. Lucia, Virgin [13 Dec.], A.D. 1348.
Roll 75 (185).

Asshe (Robert de).—To William the elder, his son, houses at the corner of Flete Bridge and elsewhere in the parish of S. Brigid in tail, charged with an annual payment of ten marks to two chantries in the church of S. Brigid; remainder to Reginald, William the younger, and Thomas his sons in successive tail; remainder to John his son in fee. Specific bequests of money and chattels to his said sons, and to Margaret, Johanna, and Agnes his daughters. The residue of all his goods and debts not otherwise disposed of to be divided into two equal parts, and one moiety to go to William the younger, Thomas, and John his sons in equal portions, and the other to be distributed for the good of his soul and the souls of Alice his late wife, &c. Dated London, 20 September, A.D. 1348.


Whereupon came Robert, son and heir of the testator, and put his claim upon all the tenements contained in the said testament.

Roll 75 (186)

Sackere (Johanna, late wife of John le, senior).—To Thomas her son a tenement in the parish of S. Sepulchre without Newegate, which ought to descend to her after the decease of Johanna, wife of John de Kent, late citizen and sacker, her brother; (fn. 19) also the remaining term of John de Walton, her apprentice. Pecuniary bequests to Isabella and Johanna, daughters of Roger le Clerk de Speresholt. Dated London, Monday next before the Feast of S. Luke, Evangelist [18 Oct.], A.D. 1347.
Roll 75 (187).

Cotoun or Cotum (William), pepperer.—To be buried in the church of S. Martin in Ismongerlane, near the tomb of Roisia his late wife. Bequests to ministers of the said church. All his tenements in Ismongerlane, parish of S. Martin, and without Allegate, to be sold and the proceeds divided equally among his seven children [not named]. To Alice de Bardeneye, a nun of Mallyng, (fn. 20) an annuity of ten shillings. Dated London, 3 January, A.D. 1348.
Roll 75 (193).

Shirreve (Simon).—To be buried in the church of S. Gregory near S. Paul's. Bequests for the maintenance of a chantry in the said church for the space of four years. To Roger and Alice his children a tenement in the parish of S. Augustine in tail; remainder to pious uses. To Cecilia his wife his tenement in the parish of S. Andrew for life; remainder to pious uses. Dated Wednesday next before the Feast of SS. Fabian and Sebastian [20 Jan.], A.D. 1347.
Roll 75 (197).

Atte Sloo (William, son of Walter).—To be buried in the churchyard of S. Brigid in Fletestret. To Alice his wife and to Thomas his brother tenements in the parish of S. Brigid aforesaid for their lives; remainders over. Dated in the parish aforesaid, Saturday next after the Feast of Conception of V. Mary [8 Dec.], A.D. 1348.
Roll 75 (203).

Roo (Robert le), spurrier.—Bequest to the rector of the church of S. Martin within Ludgate. To Margaret his daughter in tail the reversion of tenements and rents in the same parish after the decease of Alice his wife, charged with the maintenance of four chantries in the said church for the space of three years. If she undertake this he further devises to her his tenement called "le Pavedhalle" in the parish of S. Bartholomew the Less. The residue of his tenements not otherwise disposed of he leaves to Alice his wife for life; remainder to pious uses. To Johanna Shepestere forty shillings. Dated London, Friday next after the Feast of S. Lucia, Virgin [13 Dec.], A.D. 1348.
Roll 75 (204)

Kelleseye (Juliana, wife of Robert de).—To Sir Thomas her son shops in the lane and parish of S. Laurence Jewry for life; remainder to John her son, subject to the payment of certain charges to Henry Joye, Cristina, daughter of the same, and others. To John her son for life a hall in S. Laurence Lane, subject to a bequest for a chantry in the church of S. Mary Magdalen de Milkstrete and to the payment of ten shillings annual rent to Alice, daughter of John Bokeler, her brother; remainder to Thomas her son for life. Dated London, Maundy Thursday (fn. 21) (in cena domini), viz., 17 April, A.D. 1348.
Roll 75 (205)

Stoke (Sabine, relict of Thomas de, carpenter).—All her tenements in the parish of S. Alban de Wodestrete and in Cokkeslane, parish of S. Sepulchre without Neugate, to be sold for the maintenance of a chantry in the said (sic) church of S. Michael for one year after her decease, and for other pious and charitable uses. Dated London, Monday next after the Feast of S. Andrew, Apostle [30 Nov.], A.D. 1348.
Roll 75 (206)

Footnotes

1 Rickmansworth, co. Herts.
2 Edward II., so called from having been born at Carnarvon.
3 Hitchin, co. Herts.
4 Ymaginarins.
5 Moulds for fashioning objects.
6 Eastry, co. Kent.
7 There are four Rocklands, viz., Rockland All Saints, Eockland St. Andrew, Rockland St. Mary, and Rockland St. Peter—all in the vicinity of Attleborough, co. Norfolk.
8 Runhall.
9 Cratfield.
10 Thutford, co. Norfolk.
11 Co. Herts. "In the north part of this town was an house of Grey or Franciscan Friers" (Tanner's 'Not. Monast.,' p. 188).
12 Co. Norfolk. A house of Franciscan or Grey Friars, founded about the year 1346 by the Countess of Clare.
13 Roll 63 (192).
14 Neither the deed of grant nor quit-claim appears to be enrolled in the Husting; but at the next court there is enrolled a deed of sale by Roger de Aylesbury, the testator's executor, to the claimant, of the tenement here in dispute.
15 Or Abergavenny, co. Monmouth. For some time a cell to the Abbey of S. Vincent at Mans.
16 Roll 68 (98). Vide supra, p. 448.
17 Water-carrier or bearer. Among the regulations made in 1350 as to wages and prices in the City there is the following:—"Also that the carters, called naterleders, shall take for the cart from Douuegate to Chepe, 1½d.; and from Castle Baynard to Chepe, in the same manner; and if they pass beyond Chepe, they are to take one penny [more]; and if they do not come so far as Chepe, 1¼d." (Riley's 'Memorials,' p. 254). The Statutes of the Brotherhood of "Waterberers," dated 20 October, A.D. 1496, are printed in the Transactionsof the London and Middlesex Archsæol. Society (vol. iv. pp. 55-58), from the Registry of the Commissary Court of London; to which are added some interesting extracts from a minute book of the Vestry of S. Michael's, Cornhill, relating to "Water-bearers' Hall." S. Christopher appears to have been the patron saint of the fellowship.
18 Sermon Lane. See note supra, p. 396.
19 See the will of John de Kent, called "Sackere," enrolled supra, pp. 418-9.
20 Mailing, co. Kent, where was an abbey for nuns of the Benedictine order.
21 See notes supra, pp. 305, 497.