Inhabitants of London in 1638: All Hallows, Bread Street

The Inhabitants of London in 1638. Originally published by Society of Genealogists, London, 1931.

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T C Dale, 'Inhabitants of London in 1638: All Hallows, Bread Street', The Inhabitants of London in 1638, (London, 1931), pp. 9. British History Online https://www.british-history.ac.uk/no-series/london-inhabitants/1638/p9 [accessed 16 June 2024].

T C Dale. "Inhabitants of London in 1638: All Hallows, Bread Street", in The Inhabitants of London in 1638, (London, 1931) 9. British History Online, accessed June 16, 2024, https://www.british-history.ac.uk/no-series/london-inhabitants/1638/p9.

Dale, T C. "Inhabitants of London in 1638: All Hallows, Bread Street", The Inhabitants of London in 1638, (London, 1931). 9. British History Online. Web. 16 June 2024, https://www.british-history.ac.uk/no-series/london-inhabitants/1638/p9.

ALL HALLOWS, BREAD STREET.

MS. p. 23.

The number of houses and inhabitants are 74.

The rent of those houses at a moderate rate is £1,807.

The tyth due from that rent is £248 7s. 6d.

The profits of the Church for £ s d.
Tith 84 0 0
A gift for one sermon weekly 13 6 8
Casualties 10 0 0
Sum £107 6 8
Payments issuing from the Church for Tenths 3 15 8
Procurations 8 0 0
A pension to church of Canterbury 15 4 0
A dwelling house 16 0 0
Subsidies 6 16 8
Sum £27 5 8

which deducted out of the Profits of the Church there remains £80 2s 8d.

The Tyth due after the moderate rent is £248 7s. 6d.

The whole profits of the Church, necessary charges deducted, is £80 2s. 8d.

John Lawson, Rector.