Appendix
The grant of the hospital of St. Mary Rounceval to Sir Thomas Cawarden

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G. H. Gater and E. P. Wheeler (editors)

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1937

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130

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'Appendix: The grant of the hospital of St. Mary Rounceval to Sir Thomas Cawarden', Survey of London: volume 18: St Martin-in-the-Fields II: The Strand (1937), pp. 130. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=68285 Date accessed: 26 July 2014.


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APPENDIX A

The Grant of the Hospital of St. Mary Rounceval to Sir Thomas Cawarden in 1550. (This is as far as possible a literal translation of the wording of the patent roll—P.R.O. C. 66/824.)

"We grant to Thomas Cawarden, knight, one of the gentlemen of our Privy Chamber; All that our Chapel lately belonging to the hospital of the blessed Mary of Rowncevall' situated in the parish of St. Martin. … And all that our parcel of ground with its appurtenances in the same parish to that Chapel adjoining, commonly called le Churcheyarde, containing by estimation one and a half roods, and now in the tenure … of the said Thomas Cawarden. … And all that other messuage … with its appurtenances in the same parish commonly called the almeshouse now in the tenure … of the said Thomas Cawarden … and containing in length on the north and south sides 80 feet and in width on the east and west 23 feet. … And also all that other messuage … and one le Wharff one stable and all cellars and sollars and all that land called le bakeside with all its appurtenances in the aforesaid parish now or late in the tenure … of John Rede … and formerly to the late hospital belonging. And one garden with its appurtenances in the same parish to the same late hospital formerly belonging … and now or late in the tenure … of the said John Rede … and abutting on the east upon the entry leading directly from the messuage of the said John Rede towards the Thames, and on the east [sic] (fn. a) upon the garden of a certain Richard Attsell, and containing in length 108 feet and abutting on the north upon Rowncevall Churcheyarde and the messuage of the said John Rede, and on the south upon the garden of the said Richard Attsell, and containing on the north and south sides 104 feet. Also 2 other gardens with their appurtenances in the said parish to the said late hospital formerly belonging … now or late being in the tenure of Richard Attsell. … Of which gardens one abuts upon the entry leading from the messuage of the said John Rede on the east and upon the garden of William de la hay on the west and contains in length 150 feet, and abuts on the north upon the garden in the tenure of the said John Rede, and on the south upon the garden of Hugh Haward, and contains in width 50 feet. The other garden abuts on the north upon Rowncevall Churcheyarde, and on the south upon the garden of Richard Attsell, and contains in length 123 feet and abuts on the east upon the garden of the said John Rede, and on the west upon the gardens of William Horseley and Nicholas Urshewis, and contains in width 45 feet. And also all that other garden with its appurtenances in the said parish to the said late hospital formerly belonging … and now or late in the tenure … of the said Richard Attsell … and abutting on the north upon an alley leading towards a vacant parcel of land called Scotland, and on the south upon the land called Scotland, and containing in length 126 feet, and abutting east upon the water flowing out into the bargehouse, and on the west upon le Common Sewer, and containing in width 84 feet. And also all that garden with its appurtenances in the said parish to the said late hospital lately belonging … and now or late in the tenure … of Hugh Haward … and abutting upon the pond belonging to John Rede on the east, and upon the garden in the occupation of Hugh Haward on the west, and containing in length 102 feet, and abutting on the north and south sides upon the garden of the said Richard Attsell, and containing in width 84 feet. Also all that other messuage with its appurtenances in the said parish to the said late hospital formerly belonging … and now or late in the tenure … of John Yonge. … And also all that our shop with its appurtenances in the said parish called le longe shoppe, now or late in the tenure … of Richard Harryson … and to the said late hospital formerly belonging … which Chapel and other premises are now improved to the clear yearly value of £12 6s. 8d.…"

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a This should obviously be "west."