1541 London Subsidy roll: Candlewick Ward

Two Tudor Subsidy Rolls for the City of London, 1541 and 1582. Originally published by London Record Society, London, 1993.

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'1541 London Subsidy roll: Candlewick Ward', in Two Tudor Subsidy Rolls for the City of London, 1541 and 1582, (London, 1993) pp. 42-45. British History Online https://www.british-history.ac.uk/london-record-soc/vol29/pp42-45 [accessed 13 April 2024]

CANDELWEKSTRETE WARDE

61. [r.23] CANDELWEKSTRETE WARDE
[Petty Collectors: James Apott of the parish of St. Clement Eastcheap and William Hewett of the parish of St. Martin Orgar]
[St. Mary] ABCHURCH PARISHE
£ s. d
James Haveley (£25) 12 6
Thomas Skydamore (£20) 10
John Southe broker (£20) 10
John Branche the yonger (£25) 12 6
William Walle clothworker (£20) 10
Richard Burgan clothworker (£20) 10
Morrys Cassyon smyth (£20) 10
John Busshe (£20) 10
Richard Asselden (£20) 10
Edwarde Pratte (£25) 12 6
Myghell Smythe (£25) 12 6
James Medcoff (£25) 12 6
Humfrey Wagstaff (£25) 12 6
John Stocker (£40) 20
Richard Lenney (£20) 10
John Myghell (£20) 10
John Branche the elder (£ 100) 50
Walter Ashelen (£66 13s. 4d.) 33 4
Mystres Pynner (£66 13s. 4d.) 33 4
William Newman (£100) 50
Richard Coke (£40) 20
John Myners (£40) 20
John Swanne (£100) 50
John Evens (£40) 20
Robert Wyndover (£30) 15
Anthonye Fabyan (£100) 50
62. Straungers
John Reconger (£500) [Process-discharged £22 10s.] (fn. 1) 25
Peter Derover (£20) 20
Anne Stagg, wedowe (£5) 5
Haunce Beame, servaunt, by yere (£5) 5
Gyon Ladock servaunt 4
Steven the Grade merchaunt aragos (£40) 40
Tryson Damyon venysscion (£5) 5
Barthyam de Lasale & John al[ien] frenchmen in wood c [100] baletes (£100) 100
Nycholas Batelya servaunt 4
John servaunt with Barthyam de Lasale 4
Haunce Ryche (40s.) 2
In the house of Tryson Damyon Clx baletes of wodd which he saithe is Thomas Calvacant Florantyne (£100) [x - Bridge ward] (fn. 2) 5
Summa parochiae 65 4 8
63. SEYNT MARTYNS PARISHE
£ s. d
John Tryckes (£40) 20
James Hawes (£40) 20
John Nache (£66 13s. 4d.) 33 4
John Madenhed (£80) [ass. 40s. in Cordwainer ward] 40
Richard Platter (£40) 20
Thomas Hewett (£40) 20
Robert Westmore (£40) 20
Mathewe Water baker (£40) 20
Thomas Gibson (£20) 10
Richard Champyon (£60) 30
Thomas Frank executor to Mrs. Hawkyns wydowe (£200) [ass. 66s. 8d. in Essex] 5
Thomas Cresse (£40) 20
Sir Humfrey Brown knight (£400) 10
Hamond Hamcottes (1000 marks) 16 13 4
William Hewett (£800) 20
Gyles Bridges (£1000) 25
Straungers
Barnarde Busshe merchaunt (£66 13s. 4d.) [ass. 40s. in Farringdon ward Within] 3 6 8
Giles Busshe servaunt 4
Peter Blanke servaunt 4
Summa parochiae 92 14
64. SEYNT CLEMENTES PARISHE
£ s. d
James Apott (£800) 20
Thomas Nycholson (£400) 10
John Care (£30) 15
Thomas Spensser (£30) 15
John Carter (£20) 10
Nycholas Wyatt (£60) 30
Bennett Jackson (£60) 30
Thomas Trent (£210) [ass. 33s. 4d. in P] 5 5
Johane Eggyns wedowe (£20) 10
John Grene (£20) 10
John Prince (£20) 10
Robert Normanton (£20) 10
Summa parochiae 42 5
SEYNT LEONARDES PARISHE
£ s. d
John Hunter (£20) 10
John West (£40) 20
Adam Asheton (£30) 15
Anthonye Coole (£40) [ass. 10s. in Bridge ward as 'Coley'] 20
William Lette (£20) 10
Thomas Champney (£40) 20
William Herde (£30) 15
John Bradburye (£20) 10
Margaret Owtered (£30) 15
Summa parochiae 6 15
65. SEYNT MYGHELLES PARISHE
£ s. d
John Harryson (£20) 10
William Broke (£300) 7 10
William Alleyn (£20) 10
Nycholas Lyverhed (£20) 10
John Frebrige (£100) 50
James Staveley (£200) 5
Thomas Huggans (£20) 10
John Cloker (£40) 20
Richarde Wayne (£50) 25
John Walker (£20) 10
Thomas Moylle (£20) 10
John Collard (£30) 15
John Burdock (£30) [x - Langbourn ward 15s. 6d.] 15
William Cleare (£20) 10
William Yeldeam (£20) 10
Straungers
Cornellys Peterson (20s.) 12
James Richardson servaunt with Herry West 4
John Water servaunt with Herry West 4
John Dychman servaunt with Adrean Artham 4
Summa parochiae 22 17
Summa totales huis warde 229 15 8

Footnotes

  • 1. John Reconger swore before the barons of the exchequer that the value of his goods and chattels at the time of taxation did not exceed £20. The barons discharged him and the collectors of £22 10s. of the £25 assessed on him (E.159/321, communia Easter 34 Hen. VIII, r. 66).
  • 2. Neither Damyon nor Calvacant was listed in the certificate for Bridge ward.