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Franqois Steclin
Franqois Helduyer
Fremyn de France
FranCj'ois le Brul



—5



—10



G



Guillaume Mereier

Gille Millecan

Gherart vander Valck

Gherart Schot

Gille Barre

Guillaume Bien

Guillaume Sellin

Gherart de Lobel

Guillaume Sohier

Godeffroy de Cagnoncle

Guillaume Mauroy

Gery le Jeusne

Gherart de Cromeny

Gille Becquart

Guillaume Tieffty

Gille Bultel

Germain Heunyon

George de Willen

Guillaumede Santenne,faetour for diverse men^



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Guillaume de le Grange
Gille Siret
Gherart de Roy
Gregoire de Nouueau ville
Gille Hogobart
Gille Tillemont
George de Landas
Gratian Wyart

H
Hans Hofstadt, factour for diverse men *

Hans van Hulst

Henry le Cocq

Herman Pottay, factour for Jhon. de la Fayl-

lue(?)*
Hughes Delobel
Henry Berroa
Henry Wedieu
Henry Ramon
Hughes Sarian
Heniy Journet
Henry de la Haye
Honnore Seneschal

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J
Jehan le Jeusne
Jehan Lambert
Jonas Denis
Jehan Cornu
Jacques Hogobart
Jacques du Bois
Jehan de Moline
Jacques du Pret
Jehan Lieuin, pere
Jacques Terroane
Jehan Mahieu
Jacob Claris
Jehan Mille homme
Jehan Caulier
Jehan Claix
Jehan Heduyn(?)
Jacques Rimee
Jehan Poux
Jehan Francois
Jehan le Gay
Jacc[ues Caillaw
Jacques Bien
Jacques Mor
Jehan de Meulan
Jacques Maresehal
Jacques Belier



* This description is added by another hand.



396



RETURNS OF



[1569.



Jehan Opalfens
Jehan de Semerpont
Jehan le Maire
Joes Stien
Jehan Adam
Jehan Carre
Jehan de Graussart
Jehan de Vin
Jacques le Mievre
Jehan Cappel
Jacques le Grin
/ Jehan de Petm
n| -Jghan de. La nnoy. filz Jehan
Jacques Descamps
Jehan Watterlo
Jehan Lescuyer
Jehan de Baillon
Jehan le Clercq
Jacques Boulin
Jehan Neron
Jehan de Lobel
Jacques Maire
Jehan Cattel
Jacques Bison
Jacques Tacquet
Jehan Sinou
Jehan Vanique

Jehan Geoffrey

Jehan Gabet

Jehan Danebrune

Jacques Carpentier

Jehan Honnor^

Jacques de Neuue terre

Jehan Drapier
j Jehan le Poiure
^J_Jfih,aix-de_Lannay,-ilaJiic°

Jehan Longhet

Jacques le Grant

Jehan Renier

Jehan Barat

Jehan Druart

Jacques le Chien

Jacques de Folle ville

Jacques Carpentier filz

Jacques le Brouck
^ Jacques Taffin

Jerosme Caulier

Jacques Steclin

Jacques du Rieu

Jehan Suyn

Jacques de Willen

Jehan de Willen

Jehan Froment

Jacques de le Tour



Jehan le Due
Jacques Desbuquois
Jehan Morda
Jehan Lestienne
Jehan Bontiflar
Jehan Philippe
Jacques Gillon filz
Jehan Lieuin filz
Jehan Bultel
Jehan del Becque
Jerosme Martin
Jehan Quintrin
Jehan de Lannoy



Jehan Castellain
Jehan le Larghe
Jacques du Buisson
Jacques Sigart ^
Jacques Fourre
Jehan du Fresne
Jacques Wyseux
Jehan Sbrelle
Jacques Flocke
Jacques des Maraiz
Jehan du Pire
Jehan de Catte
Jacques Geoffroy
Jehan de Lattre
Jehan de Lattre le Jeusne
Jehan Pipre
Jacques de Boninghe
Jehan Marquillier
Jehan Desfontaine
Jacques Masse
Jehan Estienne
Jehan Rouland
Jehan du Gland
Jehan Oedon
Jehan du Gailly
Jehan de Haussy
Jehan Croisie
Jehan Pelu
Jehan Atteignan
Jacob Regimont
Jacques de Messman
Jehan du Gland le Jeusne
Jehan Carton
Jehan Renart
Jehan de le Rue
Jehan Pronier
Jehan le Brun
Jehan Clinquart
Jehan de Granwarry
Jehan Godaw



—133



1569.1



ALIENS IN LONDON.



397



Loys Creton
Loys du Bois
Loys des Maraiz
Leonard Dussart
Loys le Febure
Luc Hallier
Loys Saye

Lambert Cordonanier
Laurens Dauthain

T^n ys Ramon

Laurens de Boulongne

M
Michael Chaudron
Martin du Mont
Martin Maillart
Matthieu Luis
Michel de le Dalle
Matthieu Cardon
Matthieu de le Montague
Maure de Sion
Matthieu Champion
Matthieu des Champs
Michel de le Houe
Michel le Clercq
Martin St. Leger
Melchior Huet
Michel Doubon



Nicolas Bizeau
Nicolas Rimee
Nicolas Lardenois
Nicaise le Bla
Nicolas Basse
Nicolas de Lannoy
Nicolas Banderly
Nicolas Fontaine
Nicolas Taffin
Nicolas Sellin
Nicolas Fortry
Noe Bandon
Nicolas Emery
Noe le Boucq
Nicolas Voisin
Noe Japa
Nicolas Laugle
Nicolas Ragme
Nicolas le Sage
Nicolas le Cat



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— 15



Nicolas Charpentier
Nicolas Bien



Ost Fhilippot



-22



— 1



Pierre Chastellain

Pierre le Roye

Pierre de Rousse

Philippe Bien

Pierre Manbray

Pierre Orman

Pierre de la Croix

Pierre Boulle, factour for diverse mei? *

Pierre Dennetiere p

Pierre„des_Maistres ^. ;o6w CXJ^i - 7S S^M^ciifl /^CoAJi

Pierre Semalle

Pasquer Gosseau

Fiat Cotman

Pontus de Santenne

Pierre du Bosquiel

Pasquer Gabe

Pierre de Romon

Pierre Broucq

Pierre le Sage

Pierre des Pretz

Philippe le Roy

Pierre Peluc

Piere Sohier

Pierre le Roy

Pierre du Rieu

Pasquier Hur

Pierre Rostj

Pierre Gruel

Pierre Pontefort

Paul de Mortagne

Pierre Mattelin

Ph'le Grenu

Pierre de Brul

Pierre Bulteau

Pierre Panmart

Pasquier Wailly

Pierre de Werdenbourg

Pierre Bawet

Paul Loage

Ph'le du Cattel

Pierre Bison

Pierre de Bailleul

Pierre Manocq

Pierre Monton

Pierre Desfontaine



* This description is added by another hand.



398



EETURNS OF



[1569.



Pierre Deuillers
Pierre Barb^
Pierre du Four

Quentin Clote
Quentin Simon
Quentin Eue



Robert le Clereq
Robert Patriarche
Robert des Pretz
Rouland Baeler
Rouland de Hetru
Richard Paintre
Rouland le Brun
Remy le Clercq
Robert Cambier



Simon Sohier
Simon des Ormeaux
Samuel Ma9on



—48



KjlHo



—3
Nos, Ministri * et Seniores dietas
nostra nomina supra scripto cathalogo
canam 1568.



Tomas Desfontaine
Tomas Forceville
Tomas Deseamps
Thiery de le Haye
Tomas Taisinere
Thiery le Cat
Tomas Boutry
Tomas de le Vigne
Tommas Verret



Vaspasian Sainte



W



— 1



—2



cdLlAvar

cf s^h. u^V^ X ^if ISigjied} Joann.es C ousin

Anthoine du Ponchel
Pierre Chastelain
Michel Chaudron
Gerard de Lobel

^en0UpUentles noms de ceux
receu en legiize depuis ung

Anthoine Populaire
Arnould Henno
Alard Lagniel
Cornells de Vos
Eleuthere van Muonen
Franqois le Comte
Fremyn Moufflier
Franqois Turmaine
Guillaume du Fresne
Guy Bernart
Hughes Biscop
Jacques du Puitz
Jacques de Roubray
Jehan de Wes
Jacques Darras filz
Jacques Frayere



Wallery du Mortier
Wolfgang de Falloize



Zacharye Bigott



[Total] 371
ecclesise Gallicanse, in testimonium veritatis apposuimus
, hoe die Januarij 29, anno iuxta supputationem Angli-

Pierre du Bosquiel
B. (?) de Semerpont
Pierre Boulle
Matheus Luis
Nicolas Fontaine.

qui se sont presentez auec bon tesmoignage pour estre
mois, fait ce 29'' Januier, anno 1568.

Jehan de Rozj

Jehan des Madry

Jehan de Reuville

Jehan Steueneau

Luc Chabot

Michel Schot

Martin le Febure

Michel Chastellain

Nicaise Frappe

Nicolas des Ormeaux

Nicolas Herme

Pierre Macquelin

Pierre Tieffry

Pierre Broucq

Pierre Adam

Pasquier de Samyn



* There was only one minister at this date.



1569/



ALIENS IN LONDON.



399



Pasquier Moriau
Pierre Verdiere
Simon Macon
Simon de la Tache
Sebastian dele Merre
Thierry de la Court
Tomas de le Grange
Vinchent Jacquerie
George le Blond
Alexandre Pietter



Guillaurae Croutel
Anth" Renyer
Earth. Dary
Franqois Descamps
Michel du Crocq
Arnould de Lattre
Gherart de la Fontaine
Charles Gobert
Gherart Wicart



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Nos, Ministri et Seniores, testamur eos hoe folio adscriptos dedisse sua nomina hoc mense
Januario, anno vt supra 1568, ut admittantur ad ccenam proximj mensis, cum bono suae probitatis
testimonio.



[Signed] Joann. Cousin

Anthoine du Ponch gl
Pierre Chastelain
Michel Caudron
Gerard de Lobel



Pierre Basquiel

B. (?) de Semerpont

Pierre Boulle

Nicolas Fontaine

Matheus Luis.

Examened by

Wylliam Cockes
William Sharington.

^0n0UpUCnt les noms de plusieurs non ranehez, ce needtmoins frequentans les presches.



Loys Biscop
Pierre Brasseur
George Frayere
Nicolas Plucquet
Jehan Ort
George Ort
Jehan du Puitz
Noe de la Croix
Gabriel Sablon



Adrian Baudrenghien
Pierre Veghelman
Guillaume Hennecart
Tobias van HoefFe
Pierre Serys
Arnoldus Hesiua
Guillaume Buding
Franqois Voisin
Jehan de Neuue terre.



We whose names be hire vnder wretten do testyfye these persons above wretten to have
frequented the French Church beffore the tyme of this arreste.

[Signed] Per me, Anthony der Ponchel Pierre Boulle

Michel Chaudron Nicolas Fontaine

Gerard de Lobel Matheus Luis

Pierre du Bosquiel Anan Scalha(?).

B. (?) de Semerpont Examined by Wylliam Cockes,

William Sharington.
Eridorsed : The Frenshe Churche in London. 422.
Also endorsed : For the Straungers.



400



RETURNS OF



[1569.



LAY SUBSIDIES, SURREY, i|f.

(ZLCttifiCfttC, 16 February, 11 Eliz. (1569), by the Commissioners for levying the second
payment of the Subsidy granted 30 September, 8 Eliz. (1566), that the following
persons had no goods, etc.

BURGUS DE SOUTHWARKE, IN COMITATU SURRIE.



Baptist Frye, not resident

John Clarke, poore

John Wilson, poore

Peter Vannovyn, gonne

Olyver Buckleman, poore

John Gysborne, gonne

Harry Peterson, poore

Garrett Lamtos, and his wieffe

Garrett BuUys, poore'...

Christof er Holland, poore

John Cornelys, and his wieffe

George Abaker, and iiij polles

Peter Joysse, poore

Widdowe Peter

Jobe Cornelys, poore ...

Henry Yonge ...

Barnard Peterson, and ij polles

Arnold Frauncis, and his wieffe

John Barnys, and his wieffe . . .

Arnold Johnson, poore

Lambert Neve, poore ...

Davy Connyngham, and iij polles

Arnold Henryckson, and his wieffe

James Desanger, poore

James Johnson, poore

Launcelot Carman, poore

Olyver Rutter, poore ...

John Atkynson, poore

Anthony Lambertson, poore ...

Androwe Denoyse, poore

Godfraye Johnson, gonne

Peter Orrell, poore



S' Olaues Parishe.
Strangers.



Lyberd Johnson, poore
Walter Willyams, deade

Da vyson, gonne

Armon Tyce, gonne ...
Harmond Peterson, and his wieffe, gonne
William Jacobson, and his wieffe, gonne
Jerebrand, and his wieffe, gonne
Warner Tyfon, and his wieffe, gonne
Davy Johnson and Anthony Johnson



S' Savyors Parishe.
Strangers.



viij li. j poll.

xl s.
xxs. j poll.

XX s.

XX s.
XX s.
XX s.

xl s.
XX s. ij polles.



XX s.

XX s.



XX s.
XX s. j poll.



XX s.

XX s.
XX s. iij polles.
iij li. ij polles.

XX s.
XX s. ij polles.

iiij li.

XX s.

xl s.



iij li. i poll.

iij li.
iij li. j poll.

XX s.



xiij s. vjd.

iij s. iiij d.

xxij d.

XX d.

XX d.

XX d.

XX d.

iiij d.

nj s. inj d.

ij s.

luj d.

X d.

XX d.

ijd.

XX d.
ijd.

vj d.

mj d.

iiij d.

XX d.

xxij d.

viij d.

iiij d.

XX d.

XX d.
ij s._ ij d.
vs. iiij d.

XX d.

. y ?:.

vi s. viij d.

XX d.
iij s. iiij d.



V s. ij d.
V s.

V s. ij d.
XX d.
iiij d.
nij d.
iiij d.
mj d.
iiij d.



1569.]



ALIENS IN LONDON.



401



Adryan Vanloke
Henrycke Heysbrke ...
Cornelys Vanderboges, and ij polls
Edward Famyshynge, gonne
Harry Haynnys, gonne



John Burnett, poore ...
John Levyn, poore
Davy Lyon, poore
Androwe Storle, gonne
Thomas Raynoldes, gonne
James Clyppyn, gonne
William Caske, gonne
John Atkyns, gonne . . .
Tyce Fonnett, gonne . . .
John Gyllam, gonne ...
Mighell Vanclere, and his wieffe



John Jennynges, stranger, gonne
GryfFyn Johnnys, and one poll



The Clynke.



S' Georges Parishe.
The Hospitall.



ijd.


lid.


vj d.


lid.


XX d.


ij d.


yd.


ijd.


yd.


ijd.


1,1 d.


ijd.


ijd.


lid.


Ijd.


uij d.



XX d.



iiij d.



LAY SUBSIDIES, MIDDLESEX, i^f.

(ZDCttifiCSt0, 2 May, 11 Eliz. (1569), by the Commissioners for levying the second pay-
ment of the Subsidy granted 30 September, 8 Eliz. (1566), that the following
persons within Westminster had no goods or chattels.

In the Parishe of S' Margattes.
Pero Caffanes, stranger theire ... ... ... ... ... ... ... vj li.

In the Parishe of S' Martyns.

Jacob Everf eilde, stranger theire ... ... ... ... ... ... ... iiij li-

Mighell Buckler, straunger theire .... ... ... ... ... ... ... C s.

Derick Williamson, stranger theire ... ... ... ... ... ... ... xl s.

George Harvie, stranger, by the poll ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ij d.

hi the Parishe of S* Clementes.
John Fowle, Peter Cornelis, and Adam Garris, strangers, by theire poUes ... vj d.



LAY SUBSIDIES, LONDON, i|f .

CCttifiratC, 16 June, 11 Eliz. (1569), by the Commissioners for levying the second pay-
ment of the Subsidy granted 30 September, 8 Eliz. (1566), that the following
persons within the Warde of Farryngdon Within had no goods, chattels, lands, or
tenements within the Ward.
Garret Hencas, per poUe, ij d. John Kjmball, per poll, ij d. Jacob Harryson, per poll,
ij d. Cornelys Johnson, per poll, ij d. Henry Corwen, per poll, ij d. Gyllam Freman,
per poll, ij d. Rycharde Lawse, per poll, ij d. James Buckett, per poll, ij d. ; and Nowell
Gobard, per poll, ij d.*

* These names, which occur inter alia, are evidently those of strangers, but are not specified as such.

51



402 RETUENS OF [1571.



STATE PAPERS, DOMESTIC, ELIZABETH, Vol. 84.

IRCtUtn [by the Lord Mayor?] of Strangers in London, [May, 1571]. It begins with
an unsigned Certificate to the Council as follows : — •

To the Right Honorable the Lordes and others of the Queues Maiestes moste
Honorable Pryvey Counsell.

May it please your Honoures to be advertised, that accordinge to the tenour of your
Honoures lettres, I have caused a true and perfecte viewe and note to be taken of
all the Straungers that are presentlie abidinge within the Cytie of London, and the
Liberties and Suburbes of the same, the particularytie whearof, with the circum-
staunees of the same, accordingely maye appeare vnto your Honoures hearafter wrytten,
viz. : —

Creplegate Warde.

The Parishe of Saynt Giles iviihout Creplegate.

John Classe, silkeweauer, and Mysaell his wife, borne in Flaunders, haue dwelt in the said

warde foure yeares. Douch, 2.

Sara, John, Mary, and Rachell, their children. Douch, 4.

Peter de la Hey and James de Fye, his servauntes. Douch, 2.

Anthony Dugarden, silk weaver, and Hellayn his wife, borne in Flaunders, haue dwelt in the

said warde foure yeares. Douch, 2.

Fiacke Hosedye, his servaunte. Douch, 1.

Gresseys de Roye, hempbeater, and Margaret his wife, borne in Flanders, haue dwelt in the

said warde a quarter of a yeare. Douch, 2.

John Carlyve and Andrewe Josephe, his servauntes. Douch, 2.

Marke Nicodemus, silkweauer, and Margaret his wife, borne in Flanders, and have dwelt in

the said warde halfe a yeare. Douch, 2.

Esaie, their childe. Douch, 1.

Thomas Fowntayne, marchant, and Katherine his wife, borne in Flanders, have dwelt in the

said warde three yeares. Douch, 2.

John Fowntayne and Thomas Fowntayne, their children. Douch, 2.

Katheryne Marckerye and Barbarowe Folleive, his servantes. Douch, 2.

John Silliott, arres worker, a denison, and Halloe his wife, Douche borne, haue dwelt in the

said warde xij yeares. Douch, 2.

John Silliott, Abigail Silliott, and Hester Silliott, their children. Douch, 2 [sic].

Adrian Hoste, his servaunt. Douch, 1.

John Browne, taylor, and Ellyn his wife, Douche borne, haue dwelt in the said warde three

yeares, inmates with the said John Silliott. Douch, 2.

Mychaell Caperoe, silkworker, and Ellyn his syster, Frenche borne, haue dwelt in this warde

one yeare and a halfe, inmates with the said John Silliott. French, 2.

James Remy, and Johan his wife. Douche borne, a denison, haue dwelt in the said warde foure

yeares. Douch, 2.

Peter Martyn, Giles Martyn, and Mary de la Courte, his servauntes. Douch, 3.

Lewes de Gallon, silkweauer, and Jacklyn his wife, borne in Flanders, haue dwelt in the said

warde three yeares. Douch, 2.

Frauncis, Sonett, Gyles, Marye, Jackly, and Markes, their children. Douch, 6.

Christian de la Culrye, silkweauer, and Mary his wife, borne in Flanders, haue dwelt in the

said warde three quarters of a yere. Douch, 2.

Phebee, his daughter. Douch, 1.

James Wilman and John Fulknan, his servauntes. Douch, 2.



1571] ALIENS IN LONDON. 403

Gil lam Brun'no, imbroderer, and Dionyse his wife, borne in Flanders, haue dwelt in the said

warde one yeare and a halfe. Douch, 2.

John Lamott, buttonmaker, a denison, and Margarett his wife, Dutche borne, haue dwelt in the

said warde seven yeares. Douch, 2.

Peter and Katheryne, his children. Douch, 2.

Perryna Welles and Angella Folk, his maide servauntes. Douch, 2.

Anthony Currance, preacher, and Mary his wife, Spaniardes borne, haue dwelt in the said

warde, fower yeares. Spaniardes, 2.

John and Susan, his children. Spaniardes, 2.

Daniell de Due and Johan Lawers, his servantes. Spainardes, 2.

John Spero, servaunte to the Duches of Suffolk, and Jaekman his wife, Douche borne, haue

dwelled in the said warde ij yeares. Douch, 2.

Dennyse de Master, silkweauer, a denyson, and Jaeklyn his wife, Dutche borne, haue dwelt in the

said warde vij yeares. Douch, 2.

Elizabeth, Jarman, Bodwyn, Mysias, and Samuell, his servantes. Douch, 5.

Gyles de Myllicamme, silkweauer, a denison, and Clare his wife, boriie in Flanders, haue dwelt

in the said warde nyne yeares. Douch, 2.

Elizabeth, Abraham, Saraye, and Isaek, his children. Douch, 4.

Peter Dugarden, his servante. Douch, 1.

Reynolde Cock, imbroderer, and Agnes his wife, Frenche borne, haue dwelled in the said warde

tenne yeares. French, 2.

James Cock, his sonne. French, 1.

Hester, his maide servante. French, 1.

Martyu Dumounte, silkweauer, and Mawdelyn his wife, a denison, Douche borne, they haue

dwelled in the said warde iij yeres. Douch, 2.

Thomas Smythe, turnor, and Barbara his wife, Dutche borne, haue dwelled in the said warde

two yeares. Douch, 2.

John Belvoe, silkwever, and Jane his wife, Douche borne, haue dwelled in the said warde fyve

yeares. Douch, 2.

Abraham, Sara, and Hester, his children. Douch, 3.

Peter Beckett, silkweauer, and Jane his wife, Frenche borne, haue dwelled in the said warde

five yeares. Fi-ench, 2.

Robert Patrick, silkweauer, borne in Flanders, hath dwelt in the said warde five yeares.

Douch, 1.
Abraham More, silkweauer, a denison, and Philippe his wife, Douch borne, haue dwelt in the

said warde foure j'eares. Douch, 2.

Mary, Ann, Xp'ian, and Jonathas, his children. Douch, 4.

Adam van Hatfeild, his servaunt. Douch, 1.

John Battale, silkweaver, and Peryn his wife, borne in Flaunders, haue dwelt in the said warde

two yeres, inmate to Abraham More. Douch, 2.

Thomas Pantyne, .silkweaver, and Mary his wife. Douche borne, haue dwelt in the said warde

iiij" yeares. Douch, 2.

Rachell, Rebecca, and Perona, his children. Douch, 3.

John Swynke, broker, and Isabell his wife, Frenche borne, haue dwelt in the said warde sixe

wekes. French, 2.

Lewes, her mother, with them in the same house. French, 1.

John Gomere, silkweauer, and Collett his wife. Douche borne, haue dwelt in the said warde one

yeare. Douch, 2.

Mary, his daughter. Douch, 1.

Jackljm Martyn, widowe. Douche borne, in the said warde one j^eare. Douch, 1.

Mary and Judith, her children. Douch, 2.

John Louery, silkweauer, and Elynour his wife. Douche borne, haue dwelt in the said warde.

Douch, 2.
Judith, Abraham, and John, his children. Douch, 3.



404 EETURNS OF [1571.

Frauncys Symonde, and Mary his wife, Douche borne, haue dwelt in the said warde sixe

weekes. Douch, 2.

Michaell, a Frencheman, soiournour with the said Frauncis, hath been in the said warde sixe

wekes. French, 1.

Andrewe Squire, goldsmyth, and Peron his wife, borne in Flanders, haue dwelt in the said warde

three quarters of a yeare. Douch, 2.

Synion, John, and Davye, his children. Douch, 3.

Packye Norrey, weaver, and Antonata his wife, borne in Flanders, haue dwelt in the said warde

sixe monethes. Douch, 2.

Packie, Jane, and Isabell, his children. Douch, 3.

John Edwyn, silkweaver, a denison, and Agnes his wife, borne in Flanders, haue dwelt in the

said warde iiij""' yeares. Douch, 2.

Rebecca, his daughter. Douch, 1.

James Stele, his servante. Douch, 1.

James Bacheler, inmate with John Edwyn, and Dennys his sonne, Douch borne, haue bene in

the said warde two yeares. Douch, 2.

Bodwyn Savage, silkweauer, and Refroyte his wife, Douche borne, haue bene in the said

warde sixe weekes. Douch, 2.

Peter and Jane, his children. Douch, 2.

Powle Degarde and William Carpenter, his servauntes. Douch, 2.

Charles Tressey, silkweauer, and Anne his wife, borne in Flanders, haue bene in the said warde

sixe monethes. Douch, 2.

Sarye, his daughter. Douch, 1.

Clement Barnarde, his servaunt. Douch, 1.

Albayne Motton, silkweaver, a denison, borne in Flanders, hathe dwelt in the said warde viij

yeares. Douch, 1.

Bartholmewe de Bees and Thomas Pranger, his servauntes. Douch, 2.

Jerram Martyne, slater, inmate with Albayne Motton, Douch borne, and his wife Sabio, they

haue bene in the said warde two yeares. Douch, 2.

Marcilis Mounte, botcher, a denison, Douch borne, hathe dwelt in the said warde xxvj yeares.

Douch, 1.
Harman Harryson, cordwayner. Douche borne, in the said warde xx yeares. Douch, 1.

John Wajrmoyse, feltmaker, borne in Colleyn, a denison, hathe bene in the said warde xij

years. Douch, 1.

Martyn Pynner, and Ellyn his wife, Douch borne, haue dwelt in the said warde iij yeares.

Douch, 2.
Peter, Annys, Marye, Martyn, and Gyles, his children. Douch, 5.

Mathewe Fraunce, his servaunte. Douch, 1.

Mathewe Robye, silkweauer, and Barbarye his wife. Douche borne, haue dwelt in the said '

warde one yeare. Douche, 2.

John, Peter, Gyles, Agnes, Margarett, Prudence, and Marye, his children. Douch, 7.

Giles Cornewell, silkweauer, and Mary his wife, Frenche borne, haue dwelt in the said warde

two yeares. French, 2.

Mary, Peter, and Jane, his children. French, 3.

John Myllam, silkweauer, a denison, and Mary his wife, Douche borne, haue bene in the said

warde sixe yeares. Douch, 2.

John, Peter, Elizabeth, and Rachell, his children. Douch, 4.

Frauncis Landas, his servant. Douch, 1.

Aldermanbery Paryshe.

John Snowke, of Hambrowe, servant to John Borne, letherseller, hath dwelt in the said warde
two yeares. Douch, 1.

Luce, syster to the wife of the said John Bowrne, borne in Andwerpe, hathe dwelt in the said
warde iiij"'' yeares. Douch, 1.



1571.] ALIENS IN LONDON. 405

Saynt Albons in Woodstrete.

Jacobe Tuines, paynter, a Frencheman borne, hathe wrought jorney work in and about London
the space ot tive yeares. French, 1.

John Fanenno, goldsmyth, Frenche borne, hathe wrought jorney worke in and about London
three yeares. French, 1.

Adrian Tressell, skolemaster, and his wife, Douche borne, Charles his eldest sonne, a graver of
letters for prj^nters, David his seconde sonne, and Abigill his doughter ; they haue dwelled
in and about London five yeares. Douch, 5.

Mysteris Budwin, Douchewoman, hathe dwelled in London xx" yeares ; Mary Mason, her maide,
hathe dwelt with her xij yeares. Douch, 2.

Godfrey Canynan, hatbandmaker, and his wife, Douche borne, haue dwelled in London foure
yeares. Douch, 2.

Mawdlyn BuUey and Mary Selleigne, their maides. Douch, 2.

Mary Jary, Douche borne, a border with the said Godfrey Canynan ; she hathe dwelt in Lon-
don three yeares. Douch, 1

Mary and Hester, her daughters. Douch, 2

Margaret Founteyne, widowe, an Italian, hathe dwelt in London foure yeares. Italian, 1

Danyell, Philippe, Paule, and Hester, her children. Italians, 4

Jane de Carteigne and Jane Selleigne, her maides. Douch, 2

Saynt Olaues Paryshe.

Peter Lignante, bokeseller, and his wife, Frenche borne, haue dwelt in London three yeares.

French, 2.
Loys Doys, silkweauer, and his wife, Douche borne, haue dwelt in London one yeare. Douch, 2.
Margarett, Sara, and Abigell, their children. Douch, 3.

Robert Anderson, Frencheman, a joyner, hathe dwelt in London xxiiij" yeares. French, 1.

Margarett Duponc, widowe, French borne, hath kept the said Anderson, beinge three yeres, and

hathe dwelt in London five yeres. French, 1.

Marye, her daughter. French, 1.

Jane Devinbert and Allenott de Fountayae, Burgonions, the one a spynner, the other lame, and

Samuell, sonne of the said Jane ; they haue bene in London three yeares. Burgonions, 3.
Mawdlen Founteyne, widowe, a semster, and Esay her sonne, Frenche borne, haue bene in

London two yeares. French, 2.

Isabell, a widowe, and Abraham her sonne, Frenche borne, in London three yeares. French, 1.
Jerome Lambrose, taylour, a denison, Douche borne, and his wife, haue dwelt in London xxxvj"

yeares. Douch, 2.

Phillippe Dirrice, hosier, a Dutcheman, hath dwelt in London xj yeares. Douch, 1.

Saynt Peters Parishe.

Henry Smythe, goldsmythe, a denison, and Elin his wife, Douche borne, haue dwelled in the



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