Inhabitants of London in 1638: St. Peter, Paul's Wharf

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

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'Inhabitants of London in 1638: St. Peter, Paul's Wharf', in The Inhabitants of London in 1638, (London, 1931) pp. 179-180. British History Online https://www.british-history.ac.uk/no-series/london-inhabitants/1638/pp179-180 [accessed 22 April 2024]

ST. PETER, PAUL'S WHARFE.

RENTS.
MS. p. 306. £
St. Peter's Hill.
Mr Porter 18
Mr. Baker 30
Mr Langley 8
The Heralds Office 20
Four houses which stand in St. Peter's yet go to the church of St. Benet being valued are worth 40
The Lady Calthrop 30
Mr. Jordane 8
Mr. Cartwright 6
Dr. Merrick 30
Mr. Colley 20
Mr. Mattershead 40
Mr Knight 30
Mr. Sutton 20
The old Hall 6
Mr. Lowe 30
Dr. Sams 24
Mr. Topfield 10
Thames St.
Mr Godwin 8
Mr. Cooper 1
Mr. Stafferton 10
Mr. Lacy 10
Mr. Byshop 30
Mr. Stansby 8
Mr. Bentley 8
Hugh Bowyier 30
Mr. Cocke 20
Mr. Whetcombe 8
Mr. Page 8
Mr. Tomlins 10
Mr. Kennard 20
Mr. Hawkins 8
Mr. Segar 6
Mr. Inman 8
Mr. Bowden 12
Mr. Medlicoat 3 houses 60
Mr. Bolton 12
Mr. Mabbes 8
Deputy Fynch 20
Bell Alley.
Mr. Web 30
Mr. Westerman 10
(fn. 1) Mr. Higginbotham 8
Mr. Evans
Mr. Hayden 8
Mr. Earinge 8
Ball Alley.
Mr. Chetwin 30
9 small tenements 18
Black Boy Alley.
Mr. Johnson 22
4 small tenements 8
Mr. Hunt for 2 houses 34
MS. p. 306a.
Mr. Yeomans 24
Boss Alley.
Tanners warehouse 8
Clarks warehouse 8
Mr. Millard 3
Mr. Merriot 3
Mr. Baker 6
Mr. Stanlock 6
Mr. Joyne 8
Mr. Clarke 40
Mr. Tanner 20
Robin Hood's Yard
4 small tenements 8
Mr. Wyat's house 10
Turges wharf and house 50
Trig Lane.
Mr. Devorax 6
Mr. Boos 6
Mr. Fresby 6
Mr. Harding 6
Stowe & Bennet 16
Mr. Madox 16
Mr. Barret 6
Mr. Dawson 22
Dragon Yard.
Mr. Paulson 30
Mr. Elliot 8
Mr. Cooke 3
Mr. Cornee 3
Mr. Weekes 3
Mr. Brown 3
Mr. Bothers 3
Mr. Aldersey 3
The total of the value of the houses and things tithable is £1185
The yearly tithe paid at the present £47/10/2

MS. p. 307.

Glebe: a Parsonage house of small value, one other house adjoining which the parson claimeth as being built on consecrated ground but is yet in the possession of the parishioners.

Casualties:

£ s. d.
Burials 2 10 0
Churchings 1 0 0
Marriages 1 0 0
Easter Offerings 2 0 0
Necessary and certain payments
To the Curate 10 0 0
Tenths 18 0 0
Pension 1 0 0
Procurations and exhibiting orders 5 6
The same to the Ld. Bishop, divided into three parts 4 6
Loss of tithe 2 0 0
To the Collector 1 0 0
First fruits divided into seven parts 1 10 0
Subsidies as they have been paid for many years 1 10 0
17 9 0
Tythe 47 10 2
Casualties 6 10 0
54 0 2
Deductions 17 9 0
So rest clear maintenance 36 11 2

Footnotes

  • 1. Evans written in margin.