Accounts
December 1595 - December 1597

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J. V. Kitto (editor)

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1901

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476-506

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'Accounts: December 1595 - December 1597', St Martin-in-the-Fields: The accounts of the churchwardens, 1525-1603 (1901), pp. 476-506. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=81910 Date accessed: 01 August 2014.


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December 1595 - December 1597

The accompte of william:

Portington Cheif Carpenter vnto her matie & wm Ballett Goldsmith Churchewardens of ye p'ishe of St M'tine in the ffeildes in ye Countie of Midd', Chosen & appointed, wth ye whole Assent & Consent of ye Maisters of ye same p'ishe in vestrie for ye space of twoe whole Yeares Comensing at ye feaste of the beirth of or Lord god, 1595, & ending at ye like feaste in ye Yeare of or Lord, 1597, & in ye xlth yeare of ye Reign of or souereign Ladie Elizabeth by ye grace of god of England ffra'nc and Ireland Queene Defendor of ye faith &c' aswell for Receiptes as pay mentes by ym receaved & pd as in ye their accoumpt more p'ticularly ensueth.

The said accomptantes Chardge them selves with ye Receipt of lvs. iiijd. wch they Receaved of Henrye Johnson And Robert Occleson the Laste Churche wardens. at their entraunce into their Officelvs. iiijd.
Item Receyved for the Clarke & sextons wages As by their Gatheringe booke more particularlye appearethxijli. xvijs. vijd.
It'm Receaved for half the Token money in this or firste yeareijli. xvjs. iijd.
It'm Receaved of mr Marke Stywarde for one yeares Rent for the howse over the Churche Lanexiijs. iiijd.
It'm Receaved at the Vestrie yt was Layde out for Composition wheate (fn. 1) xxxijs.
It'm Receaved more the same Daye at ye vestrie being money yt was gathered by ye Constables for Soldiors (fn. 2) xliiijs. jd.
It'm Receaved for ye free stone yt was taken downe of ye Pillars in the Churche (fn. 3) xxxijs.
It'm Rec' ye xijth of Decemb' at ye vestrie wch was lefte by ye Scavengers when they gave vpp their Accoumpt (fn. 4) vs.
Some—xxijli. os. iijd.

Receiptes for burialls knells & suche like in this our firste yeare as followeth.

Christmas q'ter January 1595.Item the viijth was buried George Bakerni'l
It'm the xiiijth was buried Ellyn Heldon for the ground in ye Churche vjs. viijd. ye Cloth xxd, ye afternoones knell & Peales ijs. ijd.xs vjd
It'm the xvjth was buried Hughe Evans for ye worste Clothijd
It'm the xvijth was buried Edmounde Smewen for the Coffine & worste Clothviijd
It'm the xxijth was buried william Austin for the ground in ye Churche vjs. viijd. the Cloth viijd. the Afternoones knell xiiijd. the iiijor Peales xvjdixs xd
It'm the xxvjth was buried Anne Kingeni'l

The first yeares Receiptes

Christmas Quarter .1595.

ffebruary 1595.Item the firste was buried Alice Glouer for the Coffine Cloth & knellxvjd
It'm the seconde was buried [Joanna] Couxson widdowe for the Cloth xxd, the knell iiijd. the Peale iiijd.ijs iiijd
It'm for the buriall of mris Elizabeth Darcye for the Afternoones knell xiiijd. the Cloth ijs. iiijd. for the Peales xxdvs ijd
It'm the xvjth was buried mris Elizabeth Earley (fn. 5) for the grounde in the Churche xs. the Cloth ijs. the Afternoones knell xiiijd. & the Peales xvjdxiiijs vjd
It'm for the buriall of mr [blank] Pheapes for the grounde vijs. viijd. the Cloth ijs. the afternoones knell xiiijd. the iiijor Peales xvjdxijs ijd
MarcheIt'm the thirde was buried Richarde Palmerni'l
It'm the xvth was buried Luke White for the ground vjs. viijd. the Cloth xxd the afternoones knell xiiijd the peales xvjdxs xd
It'm the same Daye was buried Peter Whitehed for the worste cloth graue & knellxiiijd
It'm the xxth was buried wm Ryce for the ground in the Churche vjs. viijd. the Cloth xxd the Afternoones knell xiiijd the Peales xvjdxs xd
It'm the same Daye was buried [Widow] Gilb't ali's ffucking for the Cloth viijd the grave vjd the knell vjd & ye Peale 4dijs
1596.It'm the xxvth was buried Agnes Langhtonni'l
Some Quarter—iiijli. js. vjd.

Burialls in or Ladie Quarter .1596.

AprillItem the firste of Aprill for the buriall of Marye Griffith for the worste Cloth & knellvjd
It'm the xiiijth was buried Harrold Hill for the Cloth grave & knellxviijd
MayeIt'm the firste was buried Alice Joanes for the Cloth xxd the grave vjd the knell iiijdijs vjd
It'm the vth was buried Mabell Whitney (fn. 6) the worste Cloth & knelliiijd

The firste yeares Receiptes

Burialls in or Ladie Day quarter .1596.

MayeItem the ixth was buried Richarde ffellowe for the grounde in the Churche viijs. the Cloth xxd the afternoones knell & pealesxijs ijd
It'm the xth was buried xp'ian Golightley for the ground in Churche vjs. viijd. the Cloth xxd the Afternoones knell & peales ijs. vjd.xs xd
It'm the xjth was buried Edwarde Joanes for the Cloth xxd the grave vjd the knell iiijd. the peales viijdiijs ijd
It'm the xxijth was buried william Ban'ester for the ground vjs. viijd. the Cloth ijs. the Afternoones knell xiiijd. the iiijor peales xvjd.xjs ijd
It'm the xxiijth was buried william Henrickes worst cloth & knellvjd
It'm the xxvth was buried Ralf Richardes for ye worste [cloth] & knellvjd
It'm the xxvijth was buried in the Abbey of westm' the Late Right honorable Sr John Puckeringe (fn. 7) knight Lord keep' of the greate seale of Englande for the knell Cloth & Pealesvijs iiijd
It'm the xxviijth was buried John Tyler whoe was Executed (fn. 8) for the ground Cloth & Knellvs
JuneIt'm the vijth was buried wm marsingale for the Cloth & knellijs iiijd
It'm the ixth was buried Elizabeth Arnold for ye graue vjd & the knell iiijd.xd
It'm the xvijth was buried Henrye Martine worste Clothijd
It'm the xxijth was buried Ellyn Rogers from Knight[s]bridgeni'l
Some quarter—ijli. xviijs. xd.

Burialls in Midsom' quarter .1596.

JulyeItem the iiijth was buried John Mackendale for the Cloth & knellvjd
It'm the vjth was buried Erasmus Baldwynni'l
It'm the vijth was buried Steven Strudle for Cloth grave & knellijs viijd

The firste yeares Receites

Burialls in Midsom' quarter .1596.

Auguste .1596.Item the vth was burled Edwarde Leasure for the grounde in the Churche vjs. viijd.vjs viijd
It'm the xiijth was buried Dorothie Warde for Coffine and knellxijd
It'm the xxiijth was buried Dorothie Keame for the grounde in the Churche vjs. viijd. for the ij Peales viijdvijs iiijd
It'm the xxxth was buried Thom's Moore worste Cloth and knellvjd
Septemb' (fn. 11) It'm the vth was buried Joane Comelyeni'l
It'm the xth was buried John Bagley the sonne of John: Coffinevjd
It'm the xjth was buried mris Duglas Comelye for the grounde viijs. the forenoones knell & Peales ijs. xd.xs xd
(fn. 11) It'm the xijth was buried John Johnsonni'l
It'm the xxijth was buried Ellyn Tyckn'ni'l
It'm the xxiijth was buried Nicholas Bedworth (fn. 9) whoe beinge p'ishe Clarke was Layde in the Churche porche (fn. 10) ni'l
Some q'ter—xxxs.

Burialls in Michaelmas quarter .1596.

Septemb'Item the xxxth was buried Joane Leannis for the Cloth grave & knellijs iiijd
OctoberIt'm the firste was buried william Sparchefoorde for the Coffine vjdvjd
It'm the thirde was buried Thomas Hawarde for the worste Cloth & knellvjd
It'm the vijth was buried Peter waver for the Coffinevjd
It'm the ixth was buried Martha Brigges for the Coffine & knellxijd
It'm the xviijth was buried John Kyte from the swann for the Cloth ijs the grave vjd the knell vjd & the ij Peales viijd.iijs viijd

The firste yeares Receiptes

Burialls in Mighelmas quarter .1596.

Octob' .1596.Item the xxth for the buriall of margarett Johnson for the Cloth vjd the graue vjd the knell vjdxviijd
It'm for the buriall of margarett Harris the xxvijthni'l
NovemberIt'm the seconde for the buriall of Joane White for the afternoones knell xiiijd. the grave vjd. the iij peales xijdijs viijd
It'm the xth was buried william Asbatche from knightsbridge for the Cloth ijs. the grave vjdijs vjd
It'm the same Daye was buried Margarett Robbinson for the Cloth & knellvjd
It'm the xijth was buried from knightsbridge katherin Goodmanni'l
It'm the xviijth was buried ffrauncis Allecocke for the Cloth xxd the knell vjdijs ijd
It'm the xixth was buried John of Carata an Indian from Sr Walter Rayleighes (fn. 12) for the Cloth ijs. iiijd. the grave vjd the knell vjd the iij peales xijdiiijs iiijd
It'm the xxiiijth was buried Peter Sobbes for the Cloth xxd the grave vjd the Afternoones knell xiiijd the peales xvjdiiijs viijd
It'm the xxvth was buried Luce Derrickson for the Cloth xxd the grave vjd the Afternones knell xiiijd the iiijor peales xvjdiiijs viijd
It'm the xxvjth was buried in the p'ishe Churche of St Giles at Creeplegate Sr John Bucke for the grounde Cloth knell & Pealesxjs vjd
It'm the xxvijth was buried Agnes [blank] from Kytes for the Cloth ijd the knell ijdiiijd
It'm the xxviijth was buried Nicholas Rabbettni'l
It'm the xxxth was buried John Miller for the worste Cloth ijd the knell vjdviijd
DecemberIt'm the thirde was buried Barbara Burneton for the Cloth ijd the knell ijdiiijd
It'm the iiijth was buried mr Derricke Heldon for the grounde vjs. viijd. the Cloth xxd the iij peales xijd & the Afternoones knell xiiijdxs vjd
It'm the same Day was buried Alice Kinge ali's Vealeni'l

The firste yeares Receiptes

Burialls in Mighelmas quarter .1596.

December .1596.Item the viijth was buried Susan Gregorye for the grounde in the Churche vjs. viijd. the Cloth xxd the Afternoones knell xiiijd the Peales xxdxjs ijd
It'm the xth was buried Margarett Birchenhedni'l
It'm the xjth was buried Isabell Browne for the Cloth xxd the knell iiijd the Peale iiijdijs iiijd
It'm the xvijth was buried Joane Dickins for the Coffine vjdvjd
It'm the xxijth was buried John Smaleyni'l
It'm the xxvth was buried Thomas Mathewe for ye Coffinevjd
It'm the same Daye was buried wm Bickerstafni'l
It'm the same Daye was buried woolston Longeni'l
It'm the same Daye was buried ffrauncis Smaleyni'l
Some quarter—iijli. ixs. iiijd.
Some generall of the Receiptes for Burialls (fn. 13) isxjli. xixs. viijd.
Some Totall of this whole yeares Receiptes isxxxvjli. xvs. iijd.

The Said accomptantes Demaunde Allowance for ymploymentes & Chardges by them paide & Disbursed for the vse of ye Churche & other ordinarye & extraordinarye Chardges in this their firste yeare as followeth.

Paymentes in Christmas quarter .1595.

Item Payde the xth of ffebruary for a bell Rope Weying vli & the half at iiijd the powndexxijd
It'm payd for swearinge of our sidemen & or selves & for our Dynners the same Dayexxiiijs viijd
It'm payd for a booke that was appointed to be in the tyme of Lentxviijd
It'm pd for or Appeareaunce before mr Doctor Stanhoppeiijs
It'm pd for wyne that was bestowed vppon him at Dynner he Dyninge wth mr knightiijs iiijd
It'm pd for the Coppie of ye order aboute the Comunion & for the presentinge of or Quarter bills & for Recusantesiijs vjd
It'm pd vnto the Clarke & Sexton for their Quarters wagesxxxs
It'm pd vnto the Sexton for keepeinge of ye Clockexxd
It'm pd for oyle for the Clocke & Bellsvjd
It'm pd for Bromes for the Churchevjd
It'm pd for mending of the Lockes of the Churche yarde gatesxijd
It'm pd vnto Bellowes for makeinge Cleane ye Laneijs vjd
It'm pd vnto Slater for Paveinge of vj gravesvjs
Some Quarter—iiijli.

Paymentes in or Ladie Day q'ter .1596.

Item payd the seconde of Aprill for Ringing at her Maties Coming to Lambeth & for Ringing the thirde at her Maties Departure from thence to Greenewitchijs
It'm pd for Ringing the viijth of Aprill at her Maites Coming to the Lorde Threasorers & goinge the same Daye from Whitehall to Greenewitchxijd
It'm pd for washeinge of the Surplus & the Comunion Clothviijd

The firste yeares paymentes

Paymentes in or Ladie Day q'ter .1596.

Item Payde for Scowringe of the Comunion pottesijd
It'm pd the xxviijth of Aprill at the Archedeacons visitacon for a newe booke of Articles & for swearing of vs & or sidemenijs
It'm pd the same Daye for or Dynners & ye sidemensxijs vjd
It'm pd the firste of maye vnto Henry Turvin for ij bell Ropes weying xli at iiijd the powndeiijs iiijd
It'm pd the xviijth of maye when the vicar or selves & the p'ishoners Came from the p'ambulacon for or Dynnersxiijs
It'm paid vnto the Ringers to Drincke the same Daye & Holly thursdayexijd
It'm pd for one Hundereth of Paveinge Tylesvijs
It'm pd for Delivering of or bill of p'sentmt for Easter Comunicantesijs
It'm pd for or Dynners sitting vppon the same p'sentmtiiijs xd
It'm pd vnto the Clarke & sexton for their quarters wagesxxxs
It'm pd vnto the Sexton for keepeinge of ye Clockexxd
It'm pd for oyle for the Clocke & bells & for Bromes for the Churchexijd
It'm pd vnto Bellowes for makeinge Cleane the Laneijs vjd
It'm pd for Coveringe of iij gravesiijs
It'm pd for p'senting of or Quarter Billxviijd
Some Quarter—iiijli. ixs. ijd.

Worke Done in & about the Churche as followeth.

Item the Takeing Downe of Peeres & Arches of Stone that the People may the better here the preacher, for the newe beareinge of the Roofes wth Stronge arches & Pillers of Tymber, for two greate windowes wth ij Dormors ouer them, for Alteringe & newe Removeinge of the Pulpitt, for alteringe & Lengtheninge of ij pewes the one where mrs Dobbinson sitteth & the other where mrs Child sitteth, for peeceinge of a table frame in ye quier broder (fn. 14) for makeing of newe formes & a frame to hange the buckettes one, for mending other pewes & other necessaries about the Churche, for stuf spent about the same worke aforesaid as followeth.

The firste yeares paymentes

Paymentes in Midsom' Quater .1596.

The Chardges of the worke aforesaide as followeth.

Item Payd for iiijor Loade & xxijtie foote of Tymber at vjd ob' the footevli. xixs. ixd.
It'm payd vnto a payer of sawyers for ix Dayes a peece at xiiijd the Dayexxjs
It'm pd for 173 foote of boorde at vjs. viijd. the hunderethxjs vjd
It'm pd for ij Joystesijs
It'm pd for viij Doble quarters at viijd the Peecevs iiijd
It'm pd for xxvij single quarters at iiijd the peeceixs
It'm pd for viij Deale boordes that made the seates & formes at xiiijd the peeceixs iiijd
It'm pd for vij Dooble billettsvijd
It'm pd for ijli & the half of glewexd ob'
It'm pd for ij greate windowes with Iron Barresxxxs
It'm pd for Naylesxxjs iijd
It'm pd for ix payer of Screwsses & viij shoares, standing Chardged vj Dayes vnder the Roof to beare it vp for the putting in of the newe Tymb'xxs
Some—xijli. xs. vijd. ob'

Carpenters & Joyners ymployed about the worke aforesaid as followeth

Henrie Catcham for 35 Dayes at xvjd the Dayeijli. vjs. viijd.
Ralf Bryce for 21 Dayes at xvjd the Dayejli. viijs.
Edward Hone for 15 Dayes at xvjd the Dayexxs
Thom's Youskes for 9 Dayes at xvjd the Dayexijs
William Clarke for 27 Dayes at xvjd the Dayexxxvjs
David Thom's Joyner for 6 Dayes at xviijd the Dayeixs
It'm for his man for vj Dayes at xvjd the Dayeviijs
John Mounslowe Joyner for 17 Dayes at xvjd the Dayexxijs viijd
It'm for turninge of ij table feetevjd
It'm for Carvinge of the head of a seatexijd
Some—ixli. iijs. xd.
S[t]uf spent by the brickelayer & Plaisterer about Tyling & Plaistering of ij greate Dormors, about plaistering & seeleinge where the stone worke was tooke Downe, about mending the Tyling of the Churche, about paveinge in ye Churche wth other Necessaryes about the Churche
Some Page—xxjli. xiiijs. vd ob'.

The firste yeares paymentes

Paymentes in Midsom' quater .1596.

Item pd for xj bundle of harte Lathe at xiiijd ye bundlexijs xd
It'm pd for a thowsande & the half of tyles & iij quarters of the hundereth at xiiijs the thowsandexxijs
It'm pd for a quartern of Roofe Tylesijs
It'm pd for 200 of Lymexijs
It'm pd for 7 treas (fn. 15) of Morterxxjd
It'm pd for 5 Loade of sandevs
It'm pd for 18 bushells of Hayre at vjd the bushellixs
It'm pd for Sizes & Russettxiiijd
It'm pd vnto William Monckeffeild Brickelayer for xixtene Dayes worke & the half at xviijd the Dayexxixs iijd
It'm pd vnto a plaisterer for iij Dayes worke at xviijd the Dayeiiijs vjd
It'm pd vnto John fookes Laborer for xviijtene Dayes at xd the Dayexvs
It'm pd vnto John Bellowes Laborer for xixtene Dayes at xd ye Dayexvs xd
It'm pd vnto John Cossott Laborer for vj Dayes at xd the Dayevs
It'm pd vnto mr Stone for iij Dogges of Iron (fn. 16) & a boult weying 42li. at iijd a pownde wch weare vsed vpon the beames where the stone worke was taken awayexs vjd
It'm pd more vnto him for iij staples xiijtene spykinges (fn. 17) a plate & a stay for the Pulpettiijs iiijd
It'm pd vnto the Plomer for mending of the Leades ij severall Tymes as followeth.
It'm for xli of Sodder at viijd the Powndevjs viijd
It'm for woodxijd
It'm for his Dayes workexxd
It'm Geven the worke men in beere at sundrie tymesxviijd
Some—viijli.
Some Totall of all the worke aforesaid isxxixli. xiiijs. vd. ob'
It'm pd for iij quyor of paper for the Clarkes Register & for newe bynding of it againexviijd

The firste yeares paymentes

Paymentes in Midsom' q'ter .1596.

Item payd vnto the Apparitor for a prayer booke to be red in the Churche at the Earle of Essex going to Cales (fn. 18) xijd
It'm paid for Ringing the viijth of Auguste (fn. 18) being vpon Comaundement from the Counsell for the good successe that the Earle of Essex & the Reste of his followers had at Cales voyadgeiijs
It'm paid for a newe baldrigge for the greate bell ijs & for mending of an old baldrigge viijdijs viijd
It'm paid for ij newe bell Ropes againste the Queenes birth Daye; weying xjli & ye half at iiijd the powndeiijs xd
It'm paid for Ringinge the vijth of September being her Maites Birth Dayeiijs vjd
It'm payd for a quyor of paperiijd
It'm pd for ij Duste Baskettes for the Carying forth of the Rubbisheviijd
It'm Layd forth at sundrye tymes when we went about the Inmates (fn. 19) iijs iiijd
It'm pd for p'senting of or quarter billviijd
It'm pd vnto the Clarke & Sexton for their q'ters wagesxxxs
It'm pd for keepeing of the Clockexxd
It'm pd for oyle for the Clocke & bells & for Broomesxviijd
It'm pd vnto Bellowes for makeinge Cleane ye Laneijs vjd
It'm pd for paveing of ij graves in ye Churcheijs
Some—lviijs. jd.
Some Totall of all the Paymentes in this or Midsom' q'ter isxxxijli. xijs. vjd. ob'.

The firste yeares paymentes

Paymentes in Mighelmas quarter .1596.

Item payd for Ringing the firste of October at her Maties Remove from Gree[n]witch to Lambeth & soe to Nonesuchexijd
It'm pd vnto Richarde bartlett for newe glasing of the ij greate windowes in the ij gable Endesxviijs vjd
It'm payde the xiijth of October for p'senting or bill at the Archedeacons visitaconxijd
It'm payde the same Daye for or Dynners & ye sidemenxiiijs viijd
It'm pd for Ringinge the xvijth of november being the daie of the coronation (fn. 21) of her maties Reignvjs
It'm pd for a pownde of Candlesiiijd
It'm pd vnto Henrye Turvyn for ij bell Ropes weying xjli & the half at iiijd the powndeiijs xd
It'm pd for Ringing the xxiijth of Decemb' at her Maties going to Sr Rob't Cecills to Dynner & Com'inge from thence the same Dayxijd
It'm pd vnto the Clarke & sexton for their q'ters wagesxxxs
It'm pd vnto the Sexton for Keepeinge of the Clockexxd
It'm pd for oyle & Bromesxijd
It'm pd for Holly Ivye Rosemarye & Bayesijs
It'm pd for ij Duste baskettes & a white Brushexiiijd
It'm pd for Scowringe of ye Comunion pottesijd
It'm pd vnto foster the Apparator for p'senting of or Quarter Billxviijd
It'm pd for Covering of iij gravesiijs
It'm pd vnto Bellowes for makeinge Cleane ye Laneijs vjd
It'm pd for washing of or Churche Clothesvjs viijd
It'm pd vnto mr Clarke for keepeinge of ye Clockevjs viijd
It'm pd him more for mending the seconde bell Clapp' twice & the greate bell Clapper onceijs vjd
It'm pd vnto Bartlett the glasier for lookeinge vnto the Churche glasseviijs
It'm pd vnto the Highe Constable for maymed Soldiors for one half yere (fn. 20) viijs viijd
Some Totall of this yeares paymt isxlvijli. iijs. vjd. ob'.
Some Totall of this yeares receiptes isxxxvjli. xvs. iijd.
Some quater—vjli. js. xd.
So have we layd out this yeare more then we have receavedxli. viijs. iijd. ob'.

The accompte of the said William Portington & William Bartlett Churchewardens for their seconde yeare of office Comensing at ye feaste of the birth of or lord god, 1596, & endinge one ye like feaste, 1597, aswell of Receiptes as paymtes by ym receaved & pd as followeth

Receiptes

Item Receaved toward the Clarke & sextons wages as by or gathering booke appearethxiijli. iijs. viijd.
It'm Receaved for half the Token moneyiijli. ijs. iijd. ob'.
It'm Receaved of mr Marke Styward for one whole yeares rent for the howse ouer the Churche Lanexiijs. iiijd.
It'm Receaved for the old Table in the Vestrievs.
It'm Receaved for Tymber wch made a shudd (fn. 22) wch shoold have beene sett vpp in the Churche Yarde for ye hookes (fn. 23) & Ladders, the Peece being xiiijtene foote of Tymbervijs.
Some—xvijli. xjs. iijd. ob'.

Receiptes for Burialls knells & suche like in this our Christmas quarter .1596.

December. 1596.Item the xxxth was buried George Hardman for the Cloth xxd the grave vjd the knell vjd the ij peales viijdiijs iiijd
JanuaryIt'm the firste was buried ffrauncis Kinnerson for the ground in the Churche xs. the Cloth xijd the knell xiiijd the v. peales xxdxiijs xd
It'm thirde was buried Richarde Clinche for the Cloth knell & Pealeijs viijd
(fn. 24) It'm the vijth was buried a Chrisome of wright ye Coache makersvjd
It'm the ixth was buried Richard Hambleton from Knightsbridgeni'l
It'm the xjth was buried Robert Orrellni'l
It'm the xijth was buried Alice wortley for the Cloth xxd the grave vjd the knell vjd & the ij peales viijdiijs iiijd

The seconde yeares Receiptes

Burialls in Christmas quarter .1596.

January 1596Item the xiiijth was buried a Chrisome of mr Oldisworth for the ground in the Churche vjs viijdvjs viijd
(fn. 26) It'm the xvth was buried mr Randolf Knevytt whoe was buried at St Andrewes vndershafte in London for the Cloth knell & Pealesvs iiijd
It'm the xxiiijth was buried Anne wright for the ground vjs viijd for the knell & peales ijs xdixs vjd
It'm the xxiiijth was buried Joane hanwell worste Cloth & knellvjd
It'm the xxviijth was buried Richarde Griffyn for the Cloth xxd the grave vjd & the knell vjdijs viijd
It'm the xxxth was buried the Ladie Thomasine Maulbie Sometyme wif vnto Sr Nicholas Maulbie & at her Death wif vnto mr [blank] Rawe for the Cloth ijs vjd the knell xiiijd the Peales xxdvs iiijd
ffeabruaryIt'm ye thirde was buried Henrye Lougher for the Cloth knell & gravexvjd
It'm the xijth was buried Blanche Baker for ye Cloth xxd the grounde vjs viijd the knell vjdviijs xd
It'm the xxjth was buried Esay Rawley for the grounde in the Churche viijs the Cloth xxd the Afternoones knell xiiijd & the v pealesxijs vjd
It'm the same Daye was buried Nicholas Agier for the worste Cloth & knellviijd
It'm the xxvth was buried John Evered worste Cloth & knelliiijd
MarcheIt'm the xvth was buried John Deane for the beste Cloth xxd the grave vjd the knell vjd ye iij peales xijdiijs viijd
It'm the same Daye was buried Ellyn Curson worste Cloth & knellvjd
It'm the xviijth was buried Rob't Meares for the Cloth xxd the grave vjd the knell vjd & ye ij peales viijdiijs iiijd
It'm the xixth was buried wm Jasper (fn. 25) Joyn' vnto her Matie for ye ground viijs the Cloth xxd the afternones knell xiiijd the v peales xxdxijs vjd

The second yeares Receiptes

Burialls in Christmas quarter .1596.

MarcheItem the xxiijth was buried Marye white ali's Johnson for the grounde in the Churche vjs viijd the Cloth xxd the afternones knell xiiijd the peales xxdxjs ijd
It'm the xxiijth was buried Lewis Hoop' worste Cloth & knelliiijd
It'm the same Daye was buried John Shortread for the worste Cloth ijd the grave vjd & ye knell vjdxiiijd
1597It'm the xxvjth was buried mr John Nevell for the grounde xs the Cloth ijs the afternoones knell xvjd the Peales xxdxvs
It'm the xxviijth was buried Emme Youle for the worste Cloth ijd the grave vjd & ye knell vjdxiiijd
Some quarter—vjli. vjs. ijd.

Burialls in or Ladie Daye quarter .1597.

April .1597.Item the firste was buried Agnes Blackewell for ye worste Cloth ijd the knell ijdiiijd
It'm the third was buried william Hewes worste Cloth ijd & knell ijdiiijd
It'm the iiijth was buried George Skeeres for the ground viijs the Cloth ijs the afternoones knell xiiijd the Peales xxdxijs xd
It'm the vth was buried Joane Bartlett for ye Cloth xxd ye grave vjd the knell & peales ijs ijdiiijs iiijd
It'm the xviijth was buried Richarde Newmanni'l
It'm the xxvth was buried Richarde Assey Cloth ijd & knell ijdiiijd
It'm the xxviijth was buried Anne ffreeborne Coffinevjd
MayeIt'm the iiijth was buried Elizabeth Holt for the grounde vjs viijd the Cloth xxd the afternoones knell xiiijd & ye peales xvjdxs xd

The second yeares Receiptes

Burialls in or Ladie Daye quarter .1597.

Maye. 1597.Item the xth was buried Robert Manfeild for the Cloth xxd the grave vjd the knell vjdijs viijd
It'm the xvijth was buried Robert Browne worste Cloth ijd the knell iiijd & the Peale iiijdxd
It'm the xxiijth was buried ffrauncis Cobcott Coffinevjd
It'm the xxiiijth was buried Jeames warde for ye Coffinevjd
It'm the xxvth was buried Arnold Cornelius for ye Coffinevjd
It'm the same Daye was buried Margarett Millerni'l
It'm the xxviijth was buried Elizabeth Symondes for the grounde in the Churche viijs. the Cloth xxd the afternones knell xiiijd the Peales xxdxijs vjd
It'm the xxixth was buried Rose fayrecloughe worste Cloth & knellviijd
JuneIt'm the seconde was buried Steven vdall for the Cloth xxd the grave vjd the knell vjd & the peale iiijdiijs
It'm the thirde was buried mr Jeames Mordaunt for the ground in the Churche xijs the Cloth ijs vjd the Afternones knell & Peales iijs vjdxviijs
It'm the vijth was buried mr John Symoundes for ye ground in the Churche viijs for the Cloth xxd the afternoones knell xiiijd the Peales xxdxijs vjd
It'm the xiijth was buried Bonney Oston for the worste Cloth & knellviijd
It'm the xvijth was buried Richarde Marshall for the Cloth xxd the grave vjd & the knell vjdijs viijd
It'm the xxvjth was buried Seath Singleton for the ground in the Churche vjs viijd the Cloth xxd the knell vjd the iij peales xijdixs xd
It'm the same Daye was buried Richarde Clarke for the Cloth xxd the grave vjd & the knell vjdijs viijd
It'm the same Daye was buried Henrie Harmanni'l
It'm the xxxth was buried walter Hixsonni'l
Some Quarter—iiijli. xvijs.

The second yeares Receiptes

Burialls in Midsom' q'ter .1597.

Julye .1597.Item the seconde was buried Elizabeth Good for the worste Cloth ijd & the knell ijdiiijd
It'm the ixth was buried John Deane for the Cloth xxd the grave vjd the afternoones knell xiiijd & the iiijor Peales xvjdiiijs viijd
It'm the xijth was buried Sr Thomas Porter knight for the Cloth Afternoones knell & Pealesvjs iiijd
It'm the xvjth was buried Anne Yngrome for the Cloth ijs for the grave vjd & the knell vjdiijs
It'm the xviijth was buried Agnes Nowell worste Cloth & knelliiijd
It'm the xxxjth was buried Marye Hancocke from Ebrue farmeni'l
AugusteIt'm the thirde was buried Joane Richardes for the Cloth & knellijs
It'm the ixth was buried wm Lyfelye for the Cloth & knellviijd
It'm the xth was buried Abraham Leedes for the Cloth xxd the grave vjd the afternoones knell xiiijd the iiijor peales xvjdiiijs viijd
It'm the xjth was buried Edward Abbottni'l
It'm the xviijth was buried Marye Hartley for the Cloth xxd ye grave vjd the afternoones knell & peales ijs vjdiiijs viijd
It'm the xxth was buried Henrye Wiseman for the ground in ye Churche vjs viijd the knell iiijdvijs
It'm the xxiiijth was buried Marye Robbinson for the Cloth iiijd the grave vjd the knell vjd & ye ij peales viijdijs
It'm the xxvjth was buried John Combstockeni'l
SeptemberIt'm the vjth was buried Agnes Colbacke for the Cloth & graveijs (fn. 27)
It'm the xjth was buried David Hillni'l
It'm the xvijth was buried Elizabeth Colbacke for ye Coffinevjd
It'm the xixth was buried wm webbe for the Cloth & knellvjd
It'm the xxjth was buried Ralf Chilmead for the Cloth xxd the grave vjd the afternoones knell xiiijd & the peales xxdvs
It'm the xxvth was buried Elizabeth Cottonni'l
Some quarter—ijli. iijs. viijd.

The second yeares Receiptes

Burialls in Mighelmas quarter .1597.

Octob' .1597.Item the seconde was buried Henrye Hatton for the cloth xxd the grave vjd the afternoones knell xiiijd and the v Peales xxdvs
It'm the vijth was buried Margarett Welshe (fn. 28) ni'l
It'm the viijth was buried Margarett Havardni'l
It'm the xjth was buried Elizabeth Sawyer for the worste Cloth ijd the grave vjd the knell iiijdxijd
It'm the xiiijth was buried John Horwellni'l
It'm the xxjth was buried George Ticknorni'l
It'm the xxvth was buried Sara Taylor (fn. 29) ni'l
It'm the same Daye was buried Jeane Evans (fn. 29) ni'l
It'm the xxixth was buried Henrye Martinni'l
NovemberIt'm the vth was buried Jonas Robson for the Cloth xxd the grave vjd the Afternoones knell xiiijd the Peales xvjdiiijs viijd
It'm the vjth was buried Ellyn Daviesni'l
It'm the xjth was buried Thomas Dawson for the Coffynvjd
It'm the xvijth was buried Jeremye Dawesni'l
It'm the xviijth was buried Hughe Morgan for the grounde vjs viijd the Cloth xxd the knell & Peales xxdxs
It'm the xxvjth was buried Agnes Brasier worste Cloth ijd & the knell ijdiiijd
DecemberIt'm the vth was buried Elizabeth Harrisni'l
It'm the vjth was buried Avis Yelkesni'l
It'm the xiijth was buried wm Bostocke s'u'nt vnto the Right Honorable the Lorde Norris (fn. 30) whoe was slayne by one John Rob'tes of the same howse for the Cloth & knellijs
It'm the xxiijth was buried xp'ofer Hartni'l
Some quarter—xxiijs. vjd.
Some Totall of this our seconde yeares burialls (fn. 31) isxiiijli. xs. iiijd.
Some generall of the Receiptes in this or seconde yeare isxxxijli. js. vijd. ob'.

The said accomptantes Demaunde allowaunce for ymploymtes & Chardges by them paid and Disbursed for the vse of the Churche & other ordinary & extraordinary Chardges in this their seconde yeare as followeth.

Paymentes in Christmas quater .1596.

Item payde vnto foster the Apparator for a booke of Homylies & for the Coppie of or fastes & for his offeringiiijs vjd
It'm pd for a newe servis bookevijs
It'm pd for Candles at severall tymes when the Maisters sate in vestrieiiijd
It'm pd for a Claspe of Iron for the locke of ye Chauncell dorexviijd
It'm pd for ij bell Ropes weying xijli at iiijd the powndeiiijs
It'm pd for p'senting of or quarter bill ye 11th of m'chexvjd
It'm pd for wrighting of a newe gathering booke for the Clarke & sextons wagesijs
It'm pd vnto the Clarke & sexton for their quarters wagesxxxs
It'm pd for keepeing of ye Clockexxd
It'm pd for oyle for the Clocke & bells & for bromes for the Churchexijd
It'm pd for Scowring of the Comunion Pottesijd
It'm pd vnto Bellowes for makeinge Cleane ye Laneijs vjd
It'm pd for Covering of viij graves in the Churcheviijs
It'm pd backe the xliiijs. jd. vnto the maisters of the vestrie: wch we Receaved of ym. being money that was gathered by the Constables for Soldiors (fn. 32) xliiijs jd
Some quarter—vli. viijs. jd.

Paymentes in or Ladie Daye q'ter .1597.

Item payd for a quartern & the half of Pavinge Tyles & for Cariadge of themijs vjd
It'm pd for a booke of Articles the 12th of Aprill at the archedeacons visitacon & for swearing vs & ye sidemenxxd
It'm pd for or Dynners & the sidemen the same Dayxvjs viijd

The second yeares paymentes

Paymentes in or Ladie quarter .1597.

Item paid for a Rope for the Clockes greate weight, of xvjli at iiijd the powndevs iiijd
It'm paid for a baldrigge for the Treable bellxxd
It'm pd for or Dynners & the p'ishoners at or Comyng home from the perambulacon the seconde of Mayeixs iiijd
It'm pd vnto the Ringers for makeinge of them Drincke both the second & fourth Dayes & likewise vnto iij poore men yt tooke paynes wth Cariadge of planckes for the better going of or p'ambulaconiijs iiijd
It'm pd for a prayer booke to be Red in ye Churche for the p'seruation of her maties shippes & navye Royall (fn. 33) xvjd
It'm pd for Ringing the vijth of Maye at her maties Remove from Whitehall to Grenewitchxijd
It'm pd for an hower glasse (fn. 34) & for mending of the Iron whereon it stoodeijs vjd
It'm pd for presenting of or quarter bill the xvth of Juneviijd
It'm pd vnto the Clarke & sexton for their quarters wagesxxxs
It'm pd for keepeing of the Clockexxd
It'm pd for oyle & broomes for the Churche & for Scowring of the Comunion pottesxiiijd
It'm pd for Covering of vj gravesvjs
It'm pd vnto Bellowes for makeinge Cleane ye Laneijs vjd
Some quater—iiijli. vijs. iiijd.

Paymentes in Midsom' quarter .1597.

Item payd for Lame Soldiors vnto the Highe Constable for iij quarters of a yearexiijs
It'm pd for Ringing the vijth of September being her maties birth Dayeiijs vjd
It'm payd for a bell Rope againste ye same Daye weying vjli at iiijd the powndeijs

The second yeares paymentes

Paymentes in Midsom' quarter .1597.

Item payd for presenting of or quarter bills for Easter Comunicantes & for Recusantesijs
It'm payd vnto the Clarke for his quarters wagesxxs
It'm payd vnto the Sexton for his quarters wagesxs
It'm payd vnto the Sexton for keepeinge of the Clockexxd
It'm payd for oyle for the Clocke & bells & for bromes for the swepeing of the Churchexijd
It'm payd for Scowring of the Comunion pottesijd
It'm payd vnto Bellowes for makeing Cleane ye Laneijs vjd
It'm payd vnto Slater for Covering of a gravexijd
Some quarter—ijli. xvjs. xd.

Paymentes in Mighelmas quarter .1597.

Item payd for mending of a locke & key for the Midle Churche yarde gateviijd
It'm pd at the archedeacons visitacon for or Dynners & the sidemen ye xiiijth of octob'xijs
It'm pd the same daye for p'senting of or quarter bill & for a booke of Articlesxvjd
It'm pd the xxth of October for Ringing at her maties Remove from Ritchmount to Whitehallxijd
It'm pd for Ringing the xxiiijth of October at her Maties going to the p'liament howse being the firste Day of the same p'liamt (fn. 35) xijd
It'm pd for Ringinge the xvijth of November at the exchaunge of her maties Reignvjs
It'm pd vnto Henrye Turvyn for ij newe bell Ropes weying xjli at iiijd the powndeiijs viijd
It'm pd for ij newe baldriggesiijs iiijd
It'm pd for mendinge ij old baldriggesxijd

The second yeares paymentes

Paymentes in Mighelmas quarter .1597.

Item payd vnto Slater for Covering a gravexijd
It'm pd vnto the Clarke & Sexton for their q'ters wagesxxxs
It'm pd for keepeinge of the Clockexxd
It'm pd for oyle for the Clocke & bellsvjd
It'm pd for Bromes & for ij Duste baskettes wch were vsed about the worke followingxviijd
It'm pd for Hollye Ivye Rosemarye & bayesijs
It'm pd vnto mr Clarke for Lookeinge to the Clocke this yearevjs viijd
It'm pd vnto him for makeing of ij forelockes for the seconde belliiijd
It'm pd for washeing of the Churche Clothes for this whole yearevjs viijd
It'm pd vnto Bartlett the glasier for lookeing to the glasse this yeareviijs
It'm pd vnto the Armorer for tryming vpp of ij Corslettesxiiijs viijd
It'm pd for Tape & given vnto one for to helpe to sorte the Bookes in ye Churche & all the other wrightingesxijd
Some—vli. iiijs.

Worke done in & about the Churche this their seconde yeare as followeth.

It'm the Alteringe of the old Lofte in makeing it narrower one waye & enlarging of it ye other waye: & makeing Degrees & seates toward the Armorye & a seate wth Degrees toward the backwarde p'te thereof, ffor makeing of a newe Lofte in the sowthside of the Churche wth Degrees & seates in itt, ffor altering of Pewes one the maysters syde & makeing of Doores to them, ffor makeinge of ij newe Doores in ye Quyor, ffor makeing of a Boorded foote pace wth a backe & a table wth in the Quyor, ffor makeing of a newe strong Cheaste wth ij Lockes & iiijor keyes ffor enlarging ye lofte by ye Armory for the Cheaste to stand in, for makeinge of ij Hookes & iij laddors for the better preventing of fyer if any shoold happen for newe Rownding of a Laddor wch was geven by mr Brett, ffor lockes & keyes for Dyvers Pewes, ffor a troncke (fn. 36) for the plomettes (fn. 37) to Come Downe from the clocke in, for stuf spent about ye same worke aforesaid as followeth.

The second yeares paymentes

Paymtes in Mighelmas quarter .1597.

Stuf spent about the worke aforesaid as followeth.

Item payd for vj Loade & 44 foote of Tymber at 25s the Loadeviijli xijs
It'm payd for a payer of sawyers for 18 Dayes & the half at ij. iiijd. the Dayeijli iijs ijd
It'm pd for .16. Deale boordes at xvjd a peecexxjs iiijd
It'm pd for .34. slytt Deale boordes & a half at .19d. a peeceijli xiijs xd
It'm pd for .1312. foote of boorde at vjs. viijd. the hunderethiiijli vijs vjd
It'm pd for 67 single quarters at iiijd. the peecexxijs iiijd
It'm pd for 9 furr Poles yt made hoockes & Laddersxxijs vjd
It'm pd for 4 Duble q'ters at viijd the peeceijs viijd
It'm pd for 27 Doble byllettes at jd a peece yt made Rowndes for the Laddorsijs iijd
It'm pd for 3 Rafters at xijd a peeceiijs
It'm pd for Nayles Duble tenns single tens & sixe pennye naylesxixs vjd
It'm pd for 29 foote of inche & a half plancke at iij half pence a foote that made seate headesiijs viijd
It'm pd for 95 foote of 2 inche plancke at ijd a footexvs xd
It'm pd for 64 foote of elme plancke yt made ye greate cheste at iijd the footexvjs
It'm pd for Spruce Deale borde yt made a Table in the Vestreyixs
Some—xxiiijli. xiiijs. vijd.

Carpenters & Joyners ymployed about ye worke aforesaid as followeth.

It'm pd vnto wm Bryce for 52 Dayes worke & a half at xvjd the Dayeiijli xs
It'm pd vnto Richard webbe for 20 Dayes at xvjd a Dayexxvjs viijd
It'm pd vnto John Treadway for 30 Dayes at xvjd a Dayexls
It'm pd vnto Ralf Bryce for 53 Dayes at xvjd a Dayeiijli xs viijd
It'm pd vnto ffrauncis Trye 33 Dayes at xvjd a Dayexliiijs
It'm pd vnto Rob't Hall for 48 Dayes at xvjd a Dayeiijli iiijs
It'm pd vnto Thomas Stif for 31 Dayes at xvjd a Dayexljs iiijd
It' pd vnto a Carvor for 7 Dayes worke at xviijd a dayexs vjd
It'm pd vnto John Handes Joyner for Raysing of iiijor seates & makeing of iiijor pewe Dores to themxvijs vjd

The second yeares paymentes

Paymtes in Mighelmas q'ter .1597.

Item payd vnto handes for makeing of a table & a frame to stande in the Quyoriijs iiijd
It'm pd vnto him for makeing of a frame & a table to stand in the vestryxs
It'm pd vnto him for makeing of ye greate Cheastexs vjd
It'm pd for 24 yardes of matt at iijd a yardevjs
It'm pd for viijli of Candles at vd the powndeiijs iiijd
It'm pd for a pownde of gleweiiijd
It'm pd vnto the Turnor for turning of iij Collomsvijs vjd
It'm pd for vij tornes wth a Carre at vd a torne (fn. 38) ijs xjd
Some totall of the Carpenters & Joyners wages aforesaid isxxjli. viijs. vijd.

It'm ffor Plaistering & seeling of ye newe gallorye & mending the seeleing of ye old gallorye, ffor Latheing & plaistering p'te of ye windowe in the weste end of ye Churche, for stuf spent about the same worke as followeth.

It'm pd for viij bundle & a half of harte Lathe at xiiijd ye hundredixs xjd
It'm pd for 4250 lathe nayles at xvjd a thowsandevs xd
It'm pd for 100 & a half of Lyme & a loade at vjs the hundredxs
It'm pd for 24 bushells of Hayre at vjd the bushellxijs
It'm pd for Cariadge of itixd
It'm pd for 2 loade of Sandeijs

Playsterers ymployed aboute ye same worke as followeth.

It'm pd vnto wm moncksfeild for iiijor dayes xvjd a Dayevs iiijd
It'm pd vnto Jonas Benge ij Dayes & a half at xvjd a Dayeiijs iiijd

Laborers ymployed aboute the same worke & Levelling of the Churche yarde.

It'm pd vnto william wildgoose for iiijor dayes & a half at xd the Dayeiijs ixd
It'm pd vnto John Maunsell for iiijor dayes and a half at xd the Dayeiijs ixd
It'm pd vnto John Bellowes for v Dayes Laboring in the Churche & Churche yardeiiijs ijd
It'm pd vnto mr Deakes for x loades of gravell yt Leavelled the Churche yarde at xd the Loadeviijs iiijd
Some of this the seeleing wth stuf & workemanshipp wth laborers and gravell for ye Churche yard isiijli. ixs. ijd.

The second yeares paymentes

Paymentes in Mighelmas q'ter .1597.

ffor Iron worke as ffolloweth.

Item pd for greate spykinges yt weare vsed about the Loftes & frame for the buckettesiijs
It'm pd for iiijor payer of Henges for the Pewes at iiijd the Payerxvjd
It'm pd for xj payer & a half (of henges) at vijd the payervjs vjd
It'm pd vnto Rob't Larkyn for ij Lockes ij payer of henges 4or squyors (fn. 39) & iiij keyes for the newe Chesteiijli
It'm pd vnto him for iiij lockes for iiij pewe Doores at xijd a peeceiiijs
It'm pd vnto him for 21 keyes at vjd a peecexs vjd
It'm pd for mending ye locke of the Chauncell Dorexijd
It'm pd vnto Lane ye smith for makeinge of one newe locke & mending of an old lockexviijd
It'm pd vnto mr Bickeford for 2 hoockes & 4 cheynes weying 214li at iiijd a pownde (fn. 40) iijli xjs iiijd
It'm pd for 8 Revettes (fn. 41) for them at ijd a peecexvjd
It'm pd for 80 nayles for themiijs iiijd
It'm pd vnto a porter for helping to Carrye the Hookes to Churcheiiijd
It'm pd vnto mr Arnold the painter for newe painting of iiij buckettes wch weare geven by Jeames Emrye
It'm pd vnto mr Lover for Colloring & Painting of ye newe Loftes & the old wth their Colloms freeses & Cornisheiijli vs
It'm pd vnto Jacobe Cornewe for ye wrighting & ingrosinge of this acco'mpt & for the Inventoryes & gatheringe bookexxs
It'm pd for a Dynner for the maisters at the given (sic) vpp of this accoumptxxs
Some—xiijli. xjs. ijd.
Some q'ter—lxviijli. vijs. vjd.
Some Totall (fn. 42) of this seconde yeares paymtesiiijxxli. xixs. ixd.

Money gathered for & towarde the buyldings aforesaid

It'm of the Right Ho: ye Lo: keep'Sr John Scudamore20sSr Edwarde Carewevs
It'm of the Right Ho: the Lo: Threasorermr DarcyexsEvan Pricevijs
It'm of Sr wm Knowellsmr John Davies esquierxsmr Dickinsijs
It'm of Sr Tho: Jarrett10smr Hungerfordmr Danford La: war:s'ijs
It'm of the Lo: Bishoppe of worcester40smr goodcolevsmr Michellijs
It'm ye Ho: ye Lord Norris40smr Shelleyijswm Dawson Joynerijs
It'm of Sr Thomas Hobbye20smr Marke Styward5sHenry greeneijs
It'm of ye Lady Henneage24smr Thorpe5smrs Occlesonxijd
It'm of Sr Jerome Bowes20smr Sweetsirvsmr Stappordxviijd
It'm of Sr Anthonye Cooke20smr Baldwynvjsmr Rogersxviijd
It'm of Sr John Stanhoppe20sthe Lord SandesvsJeames Horwellijs
It'm of ye Ladie Cheeke20smr Deakesvjs. 8dmr Lee ye Scriven'xijd
It'm of Sr Walter Rawleighe20smr ffowlevsmr wrightiijs
It'm of the Earle of Bedforde20smr Hawkettvjs. 8dmr Alcockeijs
It'm of ye Earle of Rutlande40smr BaptistvsJohn Alleniijs
It'm of mr wm Cooke20smr Hedworthxsmr Dixonijs. vjd
It'm of ye Lady Mildmaye20smr Bevanvsmr Gregoryeiijs
It'm of old mrs Anne Cooke20sJohn Banckesvsmr meakynsxijd
It'm of mr Spyser30smr Jeames wallervsmr Porterxviijd
It'm of mr Layke17sJohn Mathewevsmr Jeneverxijd
It'm of mr Dobbinson16s. 8dmr Collardevsmr Bakerxijd
It'm of mr Mynter17smr Colbeackevsmr Banfeildiiijs
It'm of Sr wm Lane15smr Hucklevsmr Henry Williamsoniijs. iiijd
It'm of Sr Edward ffitton10smr walker at white hall5smr Langhtonxviijd
It'm of Sr Edmond Varney10smr Cobhamvsmr Derricksonxijd
It'm of mr ffitzgarrett10smr Coxe (?)vjsmr Hallijs. vjd
It'm of mr Nightingale10smr BengevsJohn Johnsoniijs
It'm of mr Oldisworth16s.6dmr Heyhamvsmr Bradshawexijd
It'm of mr Keame10smr Seatonvsmr Hearnexviijd
It'm of mr Rickardes10smr Danyellvsmr warn'ijs. vjd
It'm of mr Woodlocke10smr Steelecraggexijdmr Slowemanxviijd
It'm of mr Maynarde10sAlphontley RoyexijdDavid Eldersxijd
It'm of mr Spylman10smr Warrenxijdmr Rogersiijd
It'm of John Golightley10smr Rickardes JoynerxijdHughe Hillijs
It'm of mr Saunders10smr HorwellxviijdDerricke Sinckerijs. vjd
It'm of mrs powltney10smr Style ye TayloriijsRicharde Sheppeyiijs
It'm of mr Thomas knevytt10smr Brighamiijs. iiijdmr Schettz Corvinusijs
It'm of mr Wyndebancke10smr NewmanxijdOlyver whitexijd
It'm of mr Williams10smr Brittaynijsmr Savadgeijs
It'm of mr Wardour10smr walterin Drury laneiijsmr Archerxijd
It'm of mr Derricke10sThom's ffeildexijdmr Canckexijd
It'm of mrs Joanes10sJohn Heywardexijdwm Dugdaleiijs. iiijd
It'm of mr Thomas Mathewe10sJohn RichardesxijdJohn Brathauntxijd
It'm of mr Greene10smr woodiijs. iiijdwm Mylwardexijd
It'm of mrs ffraunc's Cooke10smrs Brittaynijs. vjdmr Cadeijs. vjd
It'm of mrs Downes10smr Browneijs. vjdmr Sheerewoodxijd
It'm of mr Bassill10smr Nuttiijsmr waferijs
It'm of mr Parkar10sSamuell JeneverxijdJohn Bagleyijs
Some—36li. 1s. 2d. Some—xli. xs. vjd. Some—iiijli. xixs. ijd.

Money gathered toward the buylding & for their Pewes yt weare vnplased. as followeth.

mr Emmyngesijs. vjdwiddowe TyanxijdHughe Hutchinsxviijd
John Spraggexijdwm PyttijsDavid Prosserxijd
Nathan DarleaxijdAnthonye HillxviijdBeniamyn Johnsonxviijd
Alice Whittleijs. vjdwiddowe Kynn'sonxijdmrsHeynesvjd
Ralf Allansoniijswm StoneiijsOwen Popeijs. vjd
mr fowellijs. vjdRoger Joanesijs. vjdHenrye Leonardeijs
Tymothie Pendriexijdmr Barboneijs. vjdmr Sparchefordeijs
Nicholas ffrauncisvjdmr Powell ser'ijswalter Hixsonxijd
Richard StowellxijdCornelius moatexviijdAndrewe Briggesxijd
Richard Griggxviijdwm HartevjdPeter Symondesxijd
mr PreestexijdOwen EvansxijdOlyver wyldmanxxijd
mr Burtoniijsmr Leonarde Harmanijsmr Hubandiijs. iiijd
mr Grinkingxviijdwm Dawsonijsmr Dutmanijs. vjd
Symon Rowlandsonijs. vjdHenrye Wallerijs. vjdmr Cobcottxijd
mr Scoalesxviijdwm Pearsonxijdmr Swetnamxijd
John Handesijs. vjdwm Phillippes Pynn'xijdmr Dawsonijs
mr Comportijsffrauncis Danyellvjdmr Ryceijs
mr Styleiijsmr Bakerijs. vjdwm Clarkes sonnexijd
wm Elkeijs. vjdGeorge Harrisijsmr Stacyeiijs
mr DanyelstonxijdGarrett OrlufxijdHenrye Buntingvijd
Andrewe WhitexijdBrowne BalthasarxviijdJeames Blearexviijd
mr meanellijs. vjdLott ArnoldiijsRichard Stevensonxijd
mr waltoniijs. iiijdwm Clarke2smr Hopkinsiijs. iiijd
Pawle vincentijsThom's Blissexijdmrs ffenneriijs. iiijd
Rob't Pearsonijs. vjdGeorge ElyottxviijdThom's wilson shoemaker3s
widdowe vincentxijdmr BurgesxijdJohn Scarrexvjd
Allen Turnorijs. vjdDerricke HackesxijdJohn Joanesxijd
Jacobe JezerdeckexijdPeter SalisburiexijdRicharde webbexijd
Edwarde PorterxijdRob't WhitexijdJohn Knyghtexviijd
Wm WheelerxijdPawle WardexijdAmbrose Wardexijd
Richarde TaylorvjdRicharde ffairecloughexijdNathaniell Binckesxijd
Thomas WilsonxijdJohn Crosbievjdffrauncis Robbinsonvjd
John DemillonxijdJohn Spencervjdwm Bricexijd
Rob't Brettijsmr ThimblebyevsRob't Lemingeijs
Gathered of carteyn bachelersijs. jdmr Mathewe Clarkevsmr Speedeiijs. 4d
Som'—iijli. js. vd.Som'—ijli. xixs.Som'—ijli. xviijs. vd.
Some generall of ye Receiptes in this or two yeares amounteth vnto the some of129li–6s–6d.ob'.
Some gen'all of the Paymtes in this or two yeares amounteth vnto the some of128li–3s–3d. ob'.
And so Remayneth in or handes more then we haue Layd out wch we are Redie to Deliu' the some ofxxiijs. iijd.
Examyned and allowed by the Maisters of ye p'ishe hereunder named the Nineth daie of August 1598 Annoq' R.R. Elizabethe Quadragesimo & the Chardge by them Comitted vnto the newe ChurchewardensJohn Childe & Thomas Benge.

[Signed] T. Knyght
Richard wodlock
Symond Greene
Patricke [P. D.] Derricke
W'll'm Beuan
Anthony Haris
John [mark] Kelseys m'ke.
Edward Stylkragg.
John [mark] Goodcoales m'ke.
Richarde [RA] Aucockes m'ke.
Jeames [mark] wallers m'ke.
Hynry Jonson
w. Hedworth

John ChildeChurchewardens.
Tho: Benge
Sct m'tine in the ffeildes Anno1598 An Inventorye of all suche Churche goodes as wm Portington Cheif Carpenter vnto her maite, & wm Ballett Goldsmith Late Churchewardens of the same p'ishe Did Leave & Deliu' into the handes & Custodie of John Childe & Thomas Benge their Successors the ixth Daye of Auguste Annoq' R R: Elizabeth xlo.

In the Quior & bodie of the Churche.

Inprimis on greate Bible & v s'uice bookes & a booke of homylies one litle Deaske one table & a frame wth a new addic'on vnto it one other table wth a foote pase a seate & a backe at the vpper end thereof.

It'm ij Cheastes wth lockes & keys belonging to ym.

It'm one Comunion Table cloth geven by the Lorde Threasurer, viij Diap' towells Contayning xxviijtie Yards one old Diap' Table cloth & one Surplus for the. Vicar.

It'm ij Streamors

It'm one Comunion Cupp of Silu' wth a breade plate weying both together xvjtene oz'.

It'm one hearse Cloth of red & greene wth a frindge of silke lyned wth blewe buckram & ij other old Clothes.

It'm ij Long Cushions of white Cloth of Tissewe Lyned wth Redd Leather by mr ffowler.

It'm ij other old Cushions & a greate Cheaste wherein they are wth locke & key to the same.

It'm iij Comunion pottes of pewter viz.

A pottle pott a quarte pott & a pynte pott.

It'm xxvjtie formes, xv of ym v foote long iij of xiij foote long ij of viij foote long iij of vj foote long & three of iij foote longe.

It'm ij Coffins ij Rollers a Paier of Treassells & a Ra'mer.

It'm one greate newe Cheaste wth ij lockes & iiijor keys, & a litle greene boxe in itt wth ij keys.

It'm in the Steeple v bells one saincts bell & a clocke

In the Armory.

It'm iij Arming swordes. (fn. 43) one horsemans sworde & ij backe swordes. (fn. 44) vj Calevers & a horsemans peece iiij flaskes & touche boxes iij Daggers iiijor white Corslettes & ij blacke Corslettes iij Almayne Ryvettes. (fn. 45) iiijor morrians (fn. 46) iiijor Sallettes (fn. 47) one buffe Jerkyn one Coate of mayle ij blacke bills (fn. 48) & vj Pykes.

It'm vj leather buckettes given by Patricke Derricke

It'm vj leather buckettes given by wm Bevan

It'm ij leather buckettes given by Edward Steelecragge

It'm ij leather buckettes given by Jonas Robson

It'm iiijor leather buckettes given by Jeames Emrye

It'm iij leather buckettes given by Henry Russell

It'm one long lather given by Rob't Brett

It'm iij newe Lathers & an old Lather & ij greate

fyer hoockes wth their Cheynes.

Bondes (fn. 49) Receyved by vs for the vse of the p'ishe in or tyme being then Churchewardens wch was in the yere of or Lorde .1596. &.1597.

for the some of xxxli. wch is nowe in Stocke & lent out by the Consent of the Vestry to the benefitt of the poore as followeth.

In mr Woodlockes hande the some of xli & his bonde of xxli for the payment of xijli at Christmas next being lent vnto him for ij Yeares. The wch xli. was geven by the executors of the late Sr John Puckeringe Lo: Keep' of the greate seale of Englande.

More in mr Bevan his handes xvli & Receyved his bonde of xxxli for the payment xvjli xjs at [blank] next being lent vnto hym for one yeare, of wch money vjli was leafte by the Remaynder of the Queenes money, & ixli leafte by the accompt of the Collectors for the poore Ralf Allanson Jonas Robson & wm Pittes in Anno.1597. This xvjli xjs is paid in & the bonde
D'd to him agen . . . . . . . . mr
Byns & mr child churchwardens for the tym being overseers for the poor 1598

More in mr Harris hande vli & Receyved his bond of xli for the paymt of vli. xs. on the second of maye next being lent vnto him for one Yeare, the wch vli. was geven by mr John Bingham Sadler for to be ymployed to the use of the poore, the wch three bondes is Deliu'ed by the Consent of the vestrye vnto the newe Churchewardens John Childe & Thomas Benge

Sct m'tine in the Feildes. An Inventorye (fn. 50) of All sutche Churche goodes as Henry Johnson And Rob't Occlesonne late Churchwardens of the same p'ishe Did leave And Deliu' into the handes And custodie of will'm Portington And william Ballett their Successors ye viijth Day of February 1595 Annoq' R R Elizabeth xxxviijo

Inprimis one great Bible & iiijor s'uice Bookes.

It'm one booke of Homileys. j little Deske.

It'm iij olde longe formes & xj short formes.

It'm j table of ye comaundmentes And one for ye p'clamac'on of waightes. (fn. 51)

It'm in the Steeple v great Bells one sainctus bell And a Clocke.

It'm ij coffines one Ramm' & ij Rowlers.

It'm a little cheast wth ij keyes wth boxes in it.

It'm in ye Quier one Joyned table one grene table cloth And ij Chestes.

It'm one comunion cupp of silu' wth a bread plate.

It'm one hearse cloth of red And grene with a fringe of silke aboute it lyned with blewe.

It'm iij other old hearse clothes.

It'm iiijor longe Diap' Towells conteyninge vij yardes And a half a peece. & iiijor olde Diap' towells one surplus for the vicar.

It'm [the remainder has been torn off]

Footnotes

1 vide the last item on p. 473. The share of the parish was paid by the Churchwardens out of the Church stock, and then repaid to them through the vestry by a collection in the parish.
2 cf. note, p. 293, and an entry of Nov. 1594 in the Vestry Minutes; £3. 16s. "wch was a restat of the money collected for setting forth of soldiers about or betweene Midsomer and Mych'" was handed to a vestryman to be expended in a law suit in re Common Lands, vide p. 477, and Appendix D.
3 vide p. 484.
4 None of these accounts have survived; the earliest of such documents are the Scavengers' Rate Books from 1634 onwards.
5 Earnsley (R.)
6 Whitnell (R.)
7 May 3, "Viscera D. Joannis Puckeringe . . . in cancello templi Scti Martini in campis" (R.)
8 "For coyninge false money" (R.)
9 vide note 1, p. 455.
10 cf. note, p. 2.
11 Not in the Register.
12 In August, 1595, Ralegh returned from his first voyage to Guiana.
13 The Register contains 15 names which are not in this list.
14 Broader.
15 Trays, i.e. hods.
16 Such as are used to secure dilapidated buildings.
17 Large nails.
18 The expedition to Cadiz, due in part to the capture of Calais by the Spaniards. The English fleet left Plymouth in the beginning of June and returned on August 8th, but Sir Walter Ralegh arrived two days earlier with the news of success, cf. Appendix D, under date June 13th, 1596.
19 i.e. persons lodging in a parish of which they were not natives and in which they had not acquired a "domicile" or "settlement." Parish officials were most anxious to avoid having to apply their rates to the relief of any save their own poor.
20 i.e. pensions paid (under the Act 35 Eliz. c. 4) to soldiers who were wounded in the service of the State. Later Acts were 39 Eliz. c. 5, and 43 Eliz. c. 4.
21 cf. note, p. 454.
22 Shedd.
23 Fire-hooks, vide the Inventory on p. 505.
24 Not in the Register.
25 A vestrie man (R.)
26 Not in the Register.
27 i.e. Ebury.
28 Weshe (R.)
29 "que in turba que ad solemne' et Regiu' apparata' parliamenti videndu' aduenerat, Suffocata fuit:" (R.)
30 Lord Norris of Rycote, the father of the famous commander, Sir John Norris. The well-known Norris monument is in St. Andrew's Chapel, Westminster Abbey; vide note 1, p. 521.
31 The Register contains 59 names which are not in this list. The total of burials was 148, i.e. about 50 above the average for the years 1595–1602 inclusive. There was a corresponding decline in the birth rate.
32 vide p. 477.
33 "Certaine Prayers set foorth by Authoritie, to be used for the prosperous successe of her Majesties forces and navy." This was the unsuccessful expedition under Essex and Ralegh, occasioned partly by rumours that Philip II of Spain was preparing to avenge their victory at Cadiz in 1596; vide note 1, p. 487.
34 vide note 1, p. 246.
35 Nichols' Progresses of Elizabeth, III, 415.
36 A tube or "shoot."
37 The clock weights.
38 qy. for the use of a cart for seven journeys.
39 cf. Squares, hoops of iron (Halliwell), qy. the iron bindings of the chest.
40 vide the last item of the Inventory on p. 505.
41 Rivets.
42 i.e. £80.
43 A two-handed sword (Halliwell).
44 A sword with one sharp edge (Halliwell).
45 Light armour buckled or rivetted " after the old Alman fashion " (Halliwell).
46 A helmet without a visor.
47 A light helmet (Halliwell).
48 The infantryman's pike or halbert.
49 These bonds have all been crossed out.
50 This inventorye is on a loose sheet of paper, which has been gummed into the account book. It has been damaged since it was fastened into the volume.
51 vide note 2, p. 423.