Report on the Charities of the Fishmongers' Company
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Centre for Metropolitan History

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City of London Livery Companies Commission

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1884

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272-274

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'Report on the Charities of the Fishmongers' Company: Appendix', City of London Livery Companies Commission. Report; Volume 4 (1884), pp. 272-274. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=69716 Date accessed: 24 November 2014.


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APPENDIX.

Seventh Part of Patents in the 4th year of the Reign of King Edward VI.

For Augustine Hynde and others of a grant to them and their heirs.; St Botolph without Aldgate, London.; St. Nicholas Cold Abbey.; St. Giles without Cripplegate.; The priory of the Minories.; St. Mary at Bow.

The King to all to whom &c. Greeting Know ye that we for the sum of 18,744l. 11s. 2d. of lawful money of England to the hands of the treasurer of our Court of Augmentations and Revenues of our Crown to our use by our beloved Augustine Hynde and Richard Turke citizens and aldermen of the City of London and William Blackwell gentleman town clerk of the same city paid whereof we acknowledge ourself to be fully satisfied and paid and the same Augustine Richard and William their heirs executors and administrators thereof to be acquitted and discharged by these presents of our especial grace and of our certain knowledge and meer motion and also by the advice of our council have given and granted and by these presents do give and grant to the aforesaid Augustine Hynde Richard Turke and William Blackwell And also all that our rent annuity and yearly sum of 7l. by the year issuing out of seven messuages and two gardens of the Wardens and Commonalty of the Mistery of Fishmongers of the City of London situate and being in the parish of St. Katherine Christ Church London and out of 19 messuages or tenements of the same wardens and commonalty situate and being in the parish of St. Bride in Fleet Street London which same yearly sum rent or annuity the same wardens and commonalty have lately paid and yearly have been accustomed to pay towards the perpetual support of a priest to celebrate in the parish church of Saint Botolph without Aldgate London for the soul of Henry Jourdeyn fishmonger deceased And all that our rent annuity and yearly sum of twenty-one shillings and fourpence by the year issuing out of the same messuages and tenements in the said parish of St. Katherine Christ Church and in the said parish of St. Bride Fleet Street London which same yearly sum rent or annuity the same wardens and commonalty have lately paid and yearly have been accustomed to pay towards the perpetual support of an anniversary in the same church of St. Botolph without Aldgate London according to the ordinance of Henry Jurdon And all that our rent annuity and yearly sum of 13s. 4d. by the year issuing out of the messuages gardens and tenements of the same wardens and commonalty in the said parish of St. Katherine Christ Church London and in the said parish of Saint Bride Fleet Street London which same yearly sum rent or annuity the same wardens and commonalty have lately paid and yearly have been accustomed to pay towards the perpetual support of the anniversary of the said Henry Jurdon in the church of St. Nicholas Cold Abbey London And all that our rent annuity and yearly sum of 6s. 8d. by the year issuing out of the aforesaid messuages gardens and tenements in the said parish of Saint Katherine Christ Church London and in the said parish of St. Bride in Fleet Street London which same yearly sum rent or annuity the same wardens and commonalty have lately paid and yearly have been accustomed to pay to the late fraternity of St. Giles without Cripplegate London And all that our rent annuity and yearly sum of 13s. 4d. by the year issuing out of the aforesaid messuages and tenements in the said parish of St. Katherine Christ Church London and in the said parish of St. Bride in Fleet Street London which same yearly sum rent or annuity the same wardens and commonalty have formerly paid and yearly have been accustomed to pay for the anniversary of Henry Jurdeyn in the church of the late priory of the Minories without Aldgate London And all that our rent annuity and yearly sum of 35s. by the year issuing out of the aforesaid messuages and tenements lying and being in the said parish of St. Bride in Fleet Street London which same yearly sum rent or annuity the same wardens and commonalty have lately paid and yearly have been accustomed to pay to the wardens of the parish church of St. Mary at Bowe London And all that our rent annuity and yearly sum of 10l. by the year issuing out of seven messuages or tenements and one wharf of the same wardens and commonalty situate lying and being in the parish of St. Michael at Queenhithe London which same yearly sum rent or annuity the same wardens and commonalty have lately paid and yearly have been accustomed to pay towards the perpetual support of two chaplains to celebrate in the church of St. Mary Mounthaw London according to the ordinance of John Gloucester and Thomas Weston And all that our rent annuity and yearly sum of 6s. 10d. by the year issuing out of the same messuages and tenements in the said parish of St. Michael at Queenhithe which same yearly sum rent or annuity the same wardens and commonalty have lately paid and yearly have been accustomed to pay towards the perpetual support of the anniversary of Thomas Weston in the church of St. Nicholas Cold Abbey London And all that our rent annuity and yearly sum of 3s. 4d. by the year issuing out of the same messuages and tenements in the said parish of St. Michael at Queenhithe London which same yearly sum rent or annuity the same wardens and commonalty have lately paid and yearly have been accustomed to pay to the wardens of the church of St. Mildred in the Poultry London And all that our rent annuity and yearly sum of 6l. 13s. 4d. by the year issuing out of four messuages of the said Wardens and Commonalty of the Mistery of Fishmongers of London situate and being in the streets called Bread Street and Friday Street in the parishes of St. Mildred and St. Margaret Moyses London near the Old Fish Street and out of two tenements or messuages of the same wardens and commonalty situate and being within the parish of St. Margaret in Bridge Street London which same yearly sum rent or annuity the same wardens and commonalty have lately paid and yearly have been accustomed to pay towards the perpetual support of a priest to celebrate in the church of St. Augustine in Hackney in the county of Middlesex for the soul of Sir John Herron Knight deceased And all that our rent annuity and yearly sum of 6s. 8d. by the year issuing out of the aforesaid messuages and tenements in the aforesaid parishes of St. Margaret Moyses and St. Mildred London which same yearly sum rent or annuity the same wardens and commonalty have lately paid and yearly have been accustomed to pay towards the perpetual support of an anniversary in the parish of St. Margaret Moyses London for the soul of Isabella Whittington widow And all that our rent annuity and yearly sum of 6s. 8d. by the year issuing out of a messuage of the same wardens and commonalty in the said parish of St. Margaret in Bridge Street London which same yearly sum rent or annuity the same wardens and commonalty have lately paid and yearly have been accustomed to pay towards the perpetual support of an anniversary in the church of St. Margaret in Bridge Street London for the soul of William Baybroke And all that our rent annuity and yearly sum of 6l. 13s. 4d. by the year issuing out of six messuages or tenements and one cellar of the same wardens and commonalty situate and being in a lane called Pudding Lane within the parish of St. George in Pudding Lane London and out of four tenements of the above wardens and commonalty situate and being in the parish of St. Bride in Fleet Street London which same yearly sum rent or annuity the same wardens and commonalty have lately paid and yearly have been accustomed to pay towards the perpetual support of a priest to celebrate in the church of St. Peter in Westcheap London for the soul of Agnes Palmer widow And all that our rent annuity and yearly sum of 26s. 8d. by the year issuing out of the aforesaid messuages or tenements in Pudding Lane and in the parish of St. Bride in Fleet Street London which same yearly sum rent or annuity the same wardens and commonalty have lately paid and yearly have been accustomed to pay for an anniversary of the said Agnes Palmer in the church of St. Peter in Westcheap aforesaid And all that our rent annuity and yearly sum of 34s. by the year issuing out of messuages and tenements of the same wardens and commonalty situate and being in Fleet Street London within the parish of St. Bride there which same yearly sum rent or annuity the same wardens and commonalty have lately paid and yearly have been accustomed to pay to the wardens of the church of St. Leonard in Foster Lane London And all that our rent annuity and yearly sum of 53s. 4d. by the year issuing out of two quays and hereditaments called Crown Quay and Greenberry's Quay and out of nineteen messuages or tenements of the same wardens and commonalty situate and being within the parish of St. Dunstan in the East London and out of four tenements of the same wardens and commonalty situate and being within the parish of St. Margaret Bridge Street London which same yearly sum rent or annuity the same wardens and commonalty have lately paid and yearly have been accustomed to pay towards the perpetual support of two anniversaries in the chapel called London for the soul of Sir Thomas Kneesworth Knight late alderman of the City of London deceased And all that our rent annuity or yearly sum of 12s. by the year issuing out of the same messuages and the quay called the Crown Quay aforesaid in the said parish of St. Dunstan in the East London which same yearly sum rent or annuity the same wardens and commonalty have lately paid and yearly have been accustomed to pay to the late prioress of the late monastery of And all that our rent annuity and yearly sum of 10s. by the the year issuing out of the same messuages and quay in aforesaid parish of St. Dunstan in the East London which same yearly sum rent or annuity the same wardens and commonalty have lately paid and yearly have been accustomed to pay to the late prior of the late monastery of Merton in our county of Surrey And all that our rent annuity and yearly sum of 10s. by the year issuing out of one messuage of the same wardens and commonalty situate in Bridge Street London now or late in the tenure of Simon Mawe fishmonger which same yearly sum rent or annuity the same wardens and commonalty have lately paid and yearly have been accustomed to pay to the late abbess of the late monastery of Barking in our county of Essex And all that our rent of 16s. 8d. by the year issuing out of six messuages or tenements and four gardens of the same wardens and commonalty situate lying and being in a street called Lime Street in the parish of St. Andrew Undershaft London which same yearly sum rent or annuity the same wardens and commonalty have lately paid and yearly have been accustomed to pay towards the perpetual support of the anniversary of Richard Knight in the church of St. Margaret in Bridge Street London And all that our rent annuity and yearly sum of 20s. by the year issuing out of one messuage of the same wardens and commonalty situate and being in Salvation Alley within the parish of Saint Mary at Hill London which yearly sum rent or annuity the same wardens and commonalty have lately paid and yearly have been accustomed to pay towards the perpetual support of the anniversary of John Moungaine in the church of St. Mary at Hill London And all that our rent annuity and yearly sum of 26s. 8d. by the year issuing out of the same messuage in the said Salvation Alley which same yearly sum rent or annuity the same wardens and commonalty have lately paid and yearly have been accustomed to pay to the late abbot of the late monastery of Waltham in the county of Essex And all that our rent annuity or yearly sum of 10s. by the year issuing out of one messuage of the same wardens and commonalty situate and being in Bridge Street London which same yearly sum rent or annuity the same wardens and commonalty have lately paid and yearly have been accustomed to pay towards the perpetual support of the anniversary of Lettice Smith widow in the church of Saint Botolph near Billingsgate London And all that our rent annuity and yearly sum of 21s. 2d. by the year issuing out of two messuages of the same wardens and commonalty situate and being in the parish of St. Martin Orgon London which same yearly sum rent or annuity the same wardens and commonalty have lately paid and yearly have been accustomed to pay towards the perpetual support of the anniversary of John Woodstock fishmonger in the church of St. Michael Crooked Lane London And all that our rent annuity and yearly sum of 6s. 2d. by the year issuing out of one messuage of the same wardens and commonalty situate and being in the parish of Saint Katherine Coleman London and out of one messuage of the same wardens and commonalty situate in ths parish of St. Nicholas Cold Abbey London which same yearly sum rent or annuity the same wardens and commonalty have lately paid and yearly have been accustomed to pay towards the perpetual support of the anniversary of Sir William Copynger Knight late alderman of London deceased in the church of St. Mildred in Bread Street London And all that our rent annuity and yearly sum of 4s. by the year issuing out of the same messuage in the said parish of St. Katherine Coleman London which same yearly sum rent or annuity the same wardens and commonalty have lately paid and yearly have been accustomed to pay to the late prior of the late monastery of Christ Church near Aldgate London And all that our rent annuity and yearly sum of 33s. 4d. by the year issuing out of three messuages and three gardens of the same wardens and commonalty situate and being in the parish of Saint Andrew in Holborn and out of three messuages and one garden of the same wardens and commonalty situate lying, and being in the parish of St. Sepulchre without Newgate London and out of four messuages and one garden of the same wardens and commonalty situate lying and being in the parish of St. Botolph without Aldgate London which same yearly sum rent or annuity the same wardens and commonalty have lately paid and yearly have been accustomed to pay towards the perpetual support of the anniversary of John Aston in the church of St. Sepulchre, London And all that our rent annuity and yearly sum of 6s. by the year issuing out of the said messuages in the said parish of St. Botolph without Aldgate London and in the said parish of St. Sepulchre without Newgate, London which same yearly sum rent or annuity the same wardens and commonalty have lately paid and yearly have been accustomed to pay to the late prior of the late monastery of St. Bartholomew in West Smithfield London And all that our rent, annuity and yearly sum of 10s. 10d. by the year issuing out of 11 messuages tenements or cottages of the same wardens and commonalty being in the parish of St. Dunstan in the East London which same yearly sum rent or annuity the same wardens and commonalty have lately paid and yearly have been accustomed to pay towards the perpetual support of the anniversary of Elizabeth Wylford widow in the church of St. Mary Somerset London And all that our rent annuity and yearly sum of 12s. by the year issuing out of six messuages or tenements and gardens of the same wardens and commonalty situate lying and being in Newington near Southwark in the county of Surrey which same yearly sum rent or annuity the same wardens and commonalty have lately paid and yearly have been accustomed to pay towards the perpetual support of the anniversary of William Remyngton formerly alderman of the City of London to be observed in the church of St. Mary-at-Hill London And all that our rent annuity and yearly sum of 7s. by the year which the same wardens and commonalty have lately paid and yearly have been accustomed to pay towards the perpetual support of the anniversary of Henry Gifford in the church of St. Mary Mounthaw London And all that our rent annuity and yearly sum of 10s. by the year issuing out of two messuages of the same wardens and commonalty situate and being in the parish of St. Michael Crooked Lane and out of one shop situate in the parish of St. Nicholas Cold Abbey London which same yearly sum rent or annuity the same wardens and commonalty have lately paid and yearly have been accustomed to pay towards the perpetual support of the anniversary of Thomas Broke to be observed in the church of St. Magnus London And all that our rent annuity and yearly sum of 10s. by the year issuing out of the aforesaid messuages of the same wardens and commonalty in the parish of St. Michael near Crooked Lane London which same yearly sum rent or annuity the same wardens and commonalty have lately paid and yearly have been accustomed to pay for the anniversary of Thomas Spence in the church of St. Michael near Crooked Lane London And all that our rent annuity and yearly sum of 6s. 8d. by the year issuing out of the same messuages in the said parish of St. Michael near Crooked Lane London which same yearly sum rent or annuity the same wardens and commonalty have lately paid and yearly have been accustomed to pay towards the perpetual support of the anniversary of the brethren and sisters of the mystery of Fishmongers of London in the church of St. Michael in Crooked Lane London And all that our rent annuity and yearly sum of 7s. by the year issuing out of one messuage of the same wardens and commonalty called the Lamb on the Hope in London which same yearly sum rent or annuity the same wardens and commonalty have lately paid and yearly have been accustomed to pay to the late prior of the late monastery of Merton in the county of Surrey And all that our rent annuity and yearly sum of 24s. by the year issuing out of one messuage of the same wardens and commonalty situate and being in the parish of St. Mary Somerset London which same yearly sum rent or annuity the same wardens and commonalty have lately paid and yearly have been accustomed to pay towards the perpetual support of two wax lights burning in the cathedral church of St. Paul London And all that our rent annuity and yearly sum of 4s. issuing out of the aforesaid messuage situate and being in the parish of St. Mary Somerset London which same yearly sum rent or annuity the same wardens and commonalty have lately paid and yearly have been accustomed to pay towards the perpetual support of a light or lamp burning in the church of St. Mary Somerset London And all that our rent annuity and yearly sum of 26l. 13s. 4d. by the year issuing out of five messuages of the same wardens and commonalty situate and being in the parish of Allhallows in Gracechurch Street London and out of two messuages of the same wardens and commonalty situate and being in the parish of Allhallows in Lombard Street London and out of a messuage of the same wardens and commonalty in the parish of St. Michael in Crooked Lane which same yearly sum rent or annuity the same wardens and commonalty have lately paid and yearly have been accustomed to pay towards the perpetual support of the anniversary of Sir John Cornwall Knight Lord Fanhope and for the salaries of three priests and friars in the church late of the preaching friars of London. And all that our rent annuity and yearly sum of 13l. 6s. 8d. by the year issuing out of the aforesaid messuages and tenements of the same wardens and commonalty in the said parishes of Allhallows in Gracechurch Street and Allhallows Lombard Street London which same yearly sum rent or annuity the same wardens and commonalty have lately paid and yearly have been accustomed to pay towards the perpetual support of two priests to celebrate in the church of Hillesdon in the county of Norfolk for the soul of John Hillesdon and others.

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To have hold and enjoy all and singular the aforesaid several yearly rents annuities sums of money any yearly sums and all and singular other the premises above expressed and specified with all and every of their appurtenances to the aforesaid Augustine Hynde Richard Turke and William Blackwell their heirs and assigns for ever To the proper use and behoof of the same Augustine Richard and William their heir and assigns for ever without account rent service tenure or any other thing for the same or any part thereof to us our heirs or successors in any wise to be rendered paid or done Any law statute act ordinance usage custom provision proclamation or restriction to the contrary thereof had made enacted ordained or provided or any other thing cause or matter whatsoever to the contrary thereof in anywise notwithstanding And we will and by these presents firmly injoining command as well the chancellor and general surveyors and our council of our said Court of Augmentations and Revenues of our Crown as all receivers auditors and other officers and ministers of us our heirs and successors whomsoever for the time being that they and every of them upon the sole demonstration of these our letters patent or the enrolment thereof without any writ or warrant from us our heirs or successors in any wise to be sued or prosecuted shall make and from time to time cause to be made to the aforesaid Augustine Hynde Richard Turke and William Blackwell their heirs and assigns full entire and due allowance and manifest discharge of all and singular the aforesaid several yearly rents and sums of money above expressed and specified and of every and any parcel thereof And these our letters patent or the enrolment thereof shall be yearly and from time to time as well to the said chancellor and general surveyors and our council of our said Court of Augmentations and Revenues of our Crown as to all receivers auditors and other officers and ministers of us our heirs and successors whomsoever for the time being sufficient warrant and exoneration in that behalf And moreover of our more ample grace we give and by these presents grant to the aforesaid Augustine Hynde Richard Turke and William Blackwell all the issues revenues profits and arrears of all and singular the aforesaid rents annuities and yearly sums above expressed and specified and of every of them from the Feast of Saint Michael the Archangel last past until this time coming or accruing To hold to the same Augustine Hynde Richard Turke and William Blackwell without account or any other thing to us our heirs or successors in any wise to be rendered paid or done We will also and by these presents grant to the aforesaid Augustine Hynde Richard Turke and William Blackwell that they may and shall have these our letters patent under our great seal of England in due manner made and sealed without fine or fee great or small to us in our hanaper or elsewhere to our use for the same in any wise to be rendered paid or made although express mention &c. In witness whereof &c. Witness the King at Leighes the 4th day of July.

By the King himself.