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to the said Harman Garrett. Doueh, 2.

Pengraj^es Inglyes, paynter, borne in Flanders, soiournor within a widowes house, in England
28 yeares, and inTEeTaid warde a quarter of a yeare. Doueh, 1.

Mary Spekehard, widowe, borne in Flanders, who lyveth be sellinge of lynnen clothe, in Eng-
land xij yeares, and in the saide warde a quarter of a yeare. Doueh, 1.

Mary Berry, widowe, borne in Flanders, in England Ix yeares, and in the said warde a quarter
of a yeare ; she soiourneth with the said Mary Spekehard her daughter. Doueh, 1.

The Precyncte of the Blakfriers.
John Cosen. and his wife, bothe French folkes ; he Mynister of the Frenche Churche, and a

den yson of longe contynuance in the said Black fryers. Frenche, 2.

Peter Creman, and his wief , a Burgundian, in England vj yeares, and two yeares in the said

warde, a denison, and a hatbandmaker ; a little wenche of x yeares olde, borne in Andwarpe.

Burgundians, 3.
Frauncis Spinosa, letherdresser, a denison, and his wife, Spanyardes borne, in England x yeares,

and in the said warde viij yeares. Spanyardes, 2.

Valentyne Saftyer, boxemaker, and his wife, Frenche borne, in England two yeares, and in the

said warde two monethes. Fi-enche, 2.

Gilmet Sage, Frenchewoman, a widowe, xvj yeares in England, a denison, xiij yeares in the

said warde. French, 1.

John de Horse, Frenchman, feltmaker, and a denison, in England in xxx" yeares, and the said

warde xx" j^eares. French,!.

Frauncis Lugatell, and his wife, Italians, a myllenor, and a denison, in England xviij yeares,

and in the said warde foure yeares ; a Dutche boy with hym of xviij j^eres [of] age.

Italions, 2. Duche, 1.
Jolin Simond, bokebjmder, and his wife, Frenche borne, in England iij j^eres, in the said warde

one moneth ; one childe. French, 3.

Richerd Tamvelowe, and his wife, bothe French borne, a denison, and a coppersmj'th, and

two boyes and a girle, Frenche borne, in England two yeares, and in the said warde two

yeares. French, 5.

Philippe Cuttier, bokebjmder, a denison, and his wife, in England xx" yeares, and in the said

warde viij yeares: one servaunt, a Frenchman, and two children. French, .5.

Peter Forrest, goldbetter, a denison, and his wife, in England xviij yeares, and in the said warde

xiij yeares, one servaunt, Frenche borne. French, 3.

William Yellone, joyner, and his wife, a denison, in England xij yeares, in the said warde halfe

a yere, French borne. French, 2.



414 RETURNS OF [1571.

Philippe a Beaue, locksmythe, and his wife, Burgundians borne, in Englande seven yeares, in the

said warde vj yeares ; two servauntes, Burgundians ; and two children. Burgunidans, 6.

Mathewe Remiam, feltmaker, a denison, and his wife Frenche borne, in Englande xxx yeares,

in the said warde sixe yeares; and there foure children. French, 6.

John Dambrian, joyner, and his wife, Burgundians borne, in England foure yeres, in the said

warde halfe a yeare. Burgundians, 2.

Peter Boyse, hatbandmaker, and his wif, Frenche borne, a denison, in England xviij yeares, in

the said warde seven yeres, one childe, two boyes. French, 5.

Richerd Levery, brushemaker, a denison, and his wife, French borne, in Englande twelue yeares,

in the said warde eight yeares. French, 2.

Nowell Goberd, jerkynmaker, a denison, and his wife, Frenche borne, in England xviij yeares,

in the said warde tenne yeares ; three children ; and one man servant Frenche. French, 6.

James Surmoysa, cutler, a denison, and his wife, Frenche borne, in England tenne yeares, in

the said warde five yere ; two children ; two men servantes, and one woman servante,

Frenche. French, 7.

Peter, a myllener, denison, and his wife, Frenche borne, in England fourtie j^eres, in the said

warde foure yeres. French, 2.

Martyn Drinth, shomaker, and denison, and his wife, Burgundians borne, in England five yeares,

in the saide warde one quarter of a yeare ; one man servant. Burgundians, 3.

Wassell Gibben, shomaker, a denison, in Englande xxxij yeres, Frenche borne, in the said warde

seven yeres. Frenche, 1.

Widowe Crane, Frenchwoman, in England xxxij yeres, and in the said warde, a denison ; two

men servauntes, Burgundians. French, 1. Burgundians, 2.

Frauncis Pitcher, post, an Italian, in England foui-tie years. Italion, 1.

John Hamock, fethermaker, and his wife, denison, in Englande xij yeres, and so longe in the

said warde, two women servauntes, Frenche borne. French, 4.

Benula Corte, hatbandmaker, and his wife, Burgundians, a denison, in the said warde and in

this realme xij yeares. Burgundians, 2.

Mattris Campeon, Frenchman, in the same house, and one childe Frenche borne, in England

foure yeares. French, 2.

Peter Bonevall, fethermaker, a denison, and his wife, in England and in the said warde

twentie yeares, he hath a Frenche boj'e. French, 3.

John le Mere, Frencheman, a goldsmythe, and a denyson, in England iij yeares, and in the said

warde a quarter of a yere. . French, 1.

Bastian Bountfey, fethermaker, Frenche borne, and his wife, a denison, in England xviij yeares,

in the said warde tenne yeres. French, 2.

Jasper Emperour, tailor, Doueheman, and his wife, a denison, in England xxx" yeres and in the

.said warde eleven yeares. Douch, 2.

John Owesame joyner, a denison, and his wife, French borne, in England xij yeares and in the

said warde nyne yeres ; and two servantes Frenche borne. French, 4.

Christofer Lardenoy, goldsmyth, a denison, and his wife, French borne, in Englande and in the

said warde foure yeares. French, 2.

Angelus Victorius, scholemaster, and his wife, Frenche borne, in England tenne yeares, and in

the said warde iiij"' yeares, one daughter, and a Dutche boye. French, 3. Douch, 1.

John Merchaunt, turnour, a denison, and his wife, Frenche borne, in England and in the said

warde fowre yeares, ij chyldren and two men servauntes, Frenche borne. French, 6.

Peter Swallowe, and his wife, he a denison and locksmyth, in England xxx yeares, and in the

said warde xviij yeares, Frenche borne. French, 2.

Richerd Lowdye, letherseller, a denison, and his wife, French borne, in England xx" yeares, and

in the said warde xiiij"'" j'eares, one servant, Frenche borne. French, 3.

James Serudier, coke, denison, and his wife, French borne, in England sixe yeres, and in the

said warde iij j'eares. French, 2.

Nicholas Lardenoyse, goldsmyth, a denison, and his wife, Burgundians, in Englande sixe yeares,

and in the said warde so longe ; one childe, Frenche borne. Burgundians, 3.



1571.]



ALIENS IN LONDON.



415



James Morte, locksmythe, a denison, ami his wife, Douche borne, in England xviij yeres, and in

the said warde tenne yeres ; one childe Duche borne, and one man servant a Burgundian.

Douch, 3. Burgundian, 1.
Lewes de Mare, goldsmythe, a denison, and his wife, Burgundians, in Englande xviij yeres,

in the said warde so longe. Burgundians, 2.

Thomas Vowtrullie, bokebynder, a denison, and his wife, Frenche borne, in England viij yeares,

and in the said warde sixe yeares. French, 2.

.John Pisee, and his wife, Lucanes, borne in England, and in the said wai'de 3 yeres.

Lucanes, 2.
Launcelott Larde, goldsmythe, and his wife, Frenche borne, a denison, in England and in the

said warde sixe yeares ; one childe, and man servant, borne in Fraunce. French, 4.

Summa totalis of the nomber of Straungers in this Warde is CCj ; whearof —



Frenche


... Ciij.
... Ixiij


^ Housholders . . .

Servauntes


... Ixviij


Douche


... XXXV]


Lucans '. . .
Burgundians ...


....„,. |> Whearof — •{
...xxmj'" [ ^


Women and )
Children |


. . . Ixxix


Spaniardes




Denizens
^ Soiornors


. . . xliij


Italions


ij



Langbotjrne Warde.

Saynt Mary Wolnothes Paryshe.

Anthonye Frederego, marchante, of Vennisse, and mayster of the howse, hathe dwelt in the

said ward xiiij yeares. Fauntyne Bonera, Vennesian, ledger in his howse. Vennesians, 2.
N ycaseus Phrap p, merchaunt, and Jan e his wife, of Turney e in Flaunders, and keepes a table,

and hathe bene iij yeares inTondon, and vij monethes'in this warrTeT" "^ Douche, 2.

Erasimus Flaminge, his man servant, and Mary his mayde servante, bothe borne in Turney,

and iij little children. Douche, .5.

John Nootes, merchant, of Anwarpe, soiurner in the said Nycaseus Phrappes howse, halfe a

yere hathe bene in theis ward. Douche, 1.

Hendrie Vanhowe, and Maudlin his wife, of Anwerpe, taylor, and dennesin, hathe bene x

yeares in London, and xviij monethes in this warde, and iij litle children. Douche, 5.

Marie Vanhowe, his syster, in his howse, and Haunce Vanharticum and Garriat Seye, borne

in Cliveland, taylers, his servantes. Douche, 3.

Gabriell Braniour, of Myllane, in Stalie [sic], denneson, servant unto my Lord of Arundell,

hathe dwelled in this ward xxv yeares. Douche, 1.

Jasper Johnsone, surgeon, and Leven his wiffe, hathe iij younge chilldren, came out of Seyland,

and came for religion, and hathe bene vj monethes in this warde; and Jone, his mayd

servant, of Gant. Douch, 6.

John Fearne, denyson, and James Fearne, his brother, servant, borne in Bryges, mylliners,

hathe bene in this warde xvj yeares. Douche, 2.

In the howse of William Layghten, goldsmyth, one inmate, Cornells Dregge, stone cutter, iiij

yeares in London, and one yeai'e in this warde, and came frome Anwarpe. Douche, 1.

Saijnt Nicholas Aeons Parrishc.

Barbara Vandelon, widow, denison, surgeant, borne in Hanserdam, and hathe vj children, and
hathe bene xv yeares in this warde. Garrat Guste, of Hanserdam, stone cutter, .soiourne[r].
and hathe bene ij mounthes in this warde. Chi'istian Waulter, tayler, and Ellen his witfe,
borne in Cleveland, hathe bene in London xj yeares, and in this ward vj monthes ; and a
servant borne in Cleveland. Jakes Monett, habberdisher, soiourner, borne in Phalentia, and
hathe bene in this warde vj monethes. Douche, 13.



416 EETUENS OF [1571.



Martin DyfFreand, hosier, denyson, and Cicilea his wyfe, borne in Andwerpe, and iij chill dren,
hathe bene one yeare in this warde. Peter Canliga, his man, borne in Cleuelande, withein
the said Martynes howse. One Mihell Barrit, cutler, and Catharine his wiffe, and one
childe, borne in Flanders, hathe bene ix yeares in London, and vj monethes in this
warde. Douche, 9.

James Apoole, taylor, and denyson, and also his wyfe, borne in Holland, xx yeares in this
warde. John Campion, his seruant, borne in Gilderland. Douche, 3.

Peter Trewe, and Marie his wyfe, of Anwerpe, and marchaunt, and denyson, hathe bene in this
warde vij yeares, and hathe iij children, and a man servant. Grisolis Summerman, borne
in Flanders, and Marie his mayd servant, borne in Masticke, hathe bene ij yeares in this
warde. Douche, 8.

In the howse of John Houlderne, clothworker, inmates, soiourner [sic], and Adrian Archard,
taylor, borne in Brabbant, hathe bene in this warde halfe a yeare. John Vantwist, taylor,
borne in Gilderland, hathe bene in Englande vj yeares, and halfe a yeai-e in this warde.

Douche, 3.

Symon Distarcke, denyson, marchant, and Margarette his wife, borne in Briges, hathe bene x
yeares in this ward, Joyce Vandestine, of Anwarpe, his mayd servant, and Anthonye, one
other mayd servant, borne in Briges, bothe hathe bene viij yeares in this ward. Douche, 5.

John Rothermaker, of Anwarpe, marchaunte, and hathe bene iij yeares in London, and halfe
a yeare in this ward. In his house : one inmate, John Rackett, and Betti-esse his wyfe,
of the countrye of Lymbroughe, vj mounthes in this ward ; Steven Rackett, servante
withe Rothermaker ; Jane Racket, daughter vnto John Racket ; Margaret Browne, of
Flaunders ; Gertrude Vahaunee, of Cliveland ; all servantes withe Rothermaker. Douche, 7.

In the howse of Rawfe Adameson : one Garrottes Vandegysta, borne in Flaunders, buttenmaker,
soiournor, hathe bene in this ward iij quarters of a yeare, and came for religion. Douche, 2.

In the house of Nicholas Hussie : inmate, Frauncis Bowcer, borne in Anwarpe, a hosier ; an
other inmate, Mihell Spillbarger, borne in Brabbant, a hosier also ; bothe hathe bene xviij
monthes in this warde, and cam for religion. Douche, 3.

Cornells Francke, denyson, and Jartrid his wyfe, borne in Anwarpe, taylor ; Derike Sheere,
borne in Gilderland, servant ; Symon Symins, borne in Freesland, his servant ; Gertride,
his mayde, borne in Freesland ; he hathe bene one yeare in this ward, and cam for
religion. Douche, 5.

Thomas Sound, of Bridges, merchant, and Marye his wife, one child, borne in Flaunders, and
he hathe bene ij yeare in this warde. Haunce Handermate, borne in Anwarpe, his
servant, hathe bene in this ward ij yeares. Douche, 4.

Saynte Edmoiides the Kynge.

John Bowlande, borne in Clivelande, vij yeares in Englande, and ij yeares in this warde, a[nd]
hathe a childe, and teachethe children. Douch, 2.

Margarett Howsman, widowe, borne in Gaunt, and hathe bene in England x yeares, and iij
yeares in this warde. Douch, 1.

John Quininge, marchaunt, and Jone his wyffe, borne in Flaunders, iiij yeares in this warde ;
iij littell children. Jhon Briges, his servant, borne in Flaunders. Barbaric Hubrix, his
mayde servant, borne in Brabam. Clement Phandendriss, marchaunt, a ledger in John
Quininges howse, iiij yeares in London, borne in Flaunders. Marie Phandendrisse, his
servant. Oliver Vandendriss, his man, borne in Flaunders, and in this warde iij yeares.
Item more, Mayster Lucas Mayeyard, cyvilian, soiourner in the said howse, iij yeares in
this warde, and came for religeon ; ij legers more, newe come in to the sayde howse, and a
Duche wenche withe them ; all of Flaunders. Douche, 13.

Alhollowes in Lumhard Streate.

Harman Baker, boucher, borne in Gilderland, denyson, xx yeares in this warde. Harry
Jones, his servant, borne in Cliveland, iiij yeares in this ward. Douch, 2.



1671.] ALIENS IN LONDON. 417

Arnolde Ferie, boucher, borne in Cliveland, denyson, viij yeares in this ward. John Cremer,

of Cliveland, his man, viij yeares in London, and ij yeares in this ward. Harrye Peter-

sone, his other man, bonie in Cliveland, xiij yeares in London, and one yeare in this

ward. Douch, 3.

Saynt B&nnet Grace Churche.

In Widow Haselles howse : Robert Clarke and Jacobin his wyfe, broker, vj yeares in this
ward, borne in Valentia. Douch, 2.

In Robei't Clarkes howse : Peter Bowlter and Martyn Bowlter, bretheren, marchauntes, borne
in Anwai'pe, hathe bene iij yeares in this ward ; item, one inmate more in Robert Clarkes
howse, Basteon Geronth, tayler, and Perinkin his wyfe, borne in Flaunders, one chyld, iiij
yeares in London, and vj monthes in this ward. Douch, 6.

Saynt Dennis Backechurche.
Nicholas Leonarde, denyson, and his wyfFe, borne in the land of Sluke, taylor, xxvij yeares in

London, v yeares in this ward ; iij little chilldren, borne here. Harman Kithe and Jar-

rard Amonster, his men servantes, borne in the land of Cleve, ij yeares in this ward.

Douch, 7.
Nicholas Fountayne, and his wifie, marchante, of Valencia, and Lewin Hedricke, his wyves

father, iiij yeares in this warde. Joyce Hendricke, his maide servant. Douch, 4.

Lewen Debrowne, and his wyffe, marchaunt, borne in Graunt, iiij yeares in this ward.

Jakilin and Jarride, his ij doughters. Douch, 4.

Emanuell Demetrius, and his wyffe, of Anwerpe, iij yeares in this ward, marchant ; Elizabeths

Curriar, his syster ; Abraham Vandelldin, his man servant ; and iiij little children. In-
mate, Polefortune, Italian. Douche, 8.
Anthonye Countes, and Frauncis Jetto, Italians, v yeares in this ward. Italians, 2.
Lewes Terrye, denyson, and his wyffe, merchant, xij yeares in this ward, and ij litle children,

borne in Briges. Douch, 4.

John Myter, denyson, and his wyfe, borne in Holland, iiij yeares in this ward, tayler, and ij

mayd servauntes, borne in Holland. Douch, 4.

Vintrie Dorye, post, Italian, and his wyfe, xvj yeares in this ward, inmate. Peter Demale,

inmate, piost, xx yeares in London. Italians, 2.

Hendricke Dehall, and his wyfe, merchant, borne in Turneye, iij yeares in this ward; Peter

Dehall, of Turney, his man ; Margarett Feelde, of Turney, his maydservant ; and ij

chilldren. Douch, 6.

Wylliam Gryffin, tayler, and his wife, borne in Cullein, denyson, ix yeares in London, v yeares

in this ward, one young childe. Douch, 3.

Nicholas Stacie, and his wyfe, borne in Hanserdam, iiij yeares in this ward ; Marye his syster,

and Jane a mayd servant, bothe borne in Hanserdam. Douch, 4.

Peter Sammyn, marchant, and his wyfe, borne in Anwarpe, xv yeares in this warde ; a man

servant and a mayd servant, borne in Anwarpe. Douch, 4.

Peter Soir, marchant, and his wyfe, borne in Valentia, iij yeares in this ward ; Edeth his mayd,

borne in Valentia, and ij littell chilldren. Douch, 5.

Frauncis Gunes, marchant, borne in Spayne, vj monethes in this ward. Douch, 1.

John Box, and Godfrey Box his brother, marchantes, borne in Masticke, v yeares in this ward.

Douch, 2.
Nicholas Deloine, marchant, borne in Lile, iij yeares in this warde ; Routh his man servant, and

one mayd servant, borne in Lile. Douch, 3.

In the howse of Thomas Pacye, cobler : one Lucas his man, borne in Gellderland, xx yeares in

London, and xij yeares in this ward. Douch, 1.

Mary Bulltayle, widow, and Frauncis Boltayle, and his wyfe, borne in Turney, one yeare in this

ward, and cam for religion. Douch, 3.

Jakes Legille, and Jone his wyffe, and Jakes Legille his father, and Anne his wyffe ; Anthonie

Legille, and Marie, and Anuis, and Jasper, sones and daughters to Jakes Legelle : borne in

Anwarpe, and cam for religion ; ij yeares in this ward. Douch, 7.

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418 RETURNS OF [1571.

Jakes Delonoie, and Katharin his wyfe, aucl Joyce his servant, borne in Briges, marchanfc, thre
monthes in this warde. Douch, 3.

In the howse of Edward Gates : Cornelis Dehance, and Mary his wyfe, taylor, borne in
Flaunders, and iij quarters of a yeare in this ward. Douch, 3.

Saynt Marie Fanchurche.

In the howse of Thomas Eton, carpenter, denyson : one Lucas Bosse, inmate, boucher, borne in
Seyland, xxv yeares in Englande, and ij yeares in this ward. Douch, 1.

Harrye Lammerson, boucher, denyson, and Jartride his wyffe, bothe borne in Hy Dutche land,
XX yeares in England and xiiij yeares in this ward. Mathewe Store, his man servant,
borne in Cleveland, vij yeares in England, iij quarters of a yeare in this ward. His other
man, Christofer, borne in Cleefland, one yeare in this ward. Douch, 4.

In wydow Straygttens howse, inmates : Jakes Keye and Ann his wyfe, one child, borne in
Turneye, tayler, ij yeares in this ward ; Peter Salley, tayler, of Turney, ij yeares in this
ward ; George Rogers, silke weaver, Portingale, xx yeares in England, halfe a yeare in
this ward. Duch, 4. Portingall, 1.

Hendrye Leycoke, marchant, of Turney, denyson, and Jane his wyfe, borne in Valencia, j
child ; Symkin Remoyce, his mayd servante, borne in Flaunders ; iij yeares in this ward.

Douch, 4.

In the howse of Myles Skinner, shomaker : j inmate, John Peter, and Maudlin his wyffe.
Frenchman, borne in Roone, and maker of hatbandes, ij chilldren ; his \sic] Peter, Frentch-
man. French, 5.

Bartholomew Tolefera, denyson, Vennetian, table keper, vij yeares in this ward ; j ledger in
his howse, j Mashaville, oi' Bolloma ; " j" "otJier ledger, on j'onn~15e^TSIrt©j?€bj-yennesian, one
yeare in this ward. Venetians, 3.

Annis Crispian, widowe, borne in Anwarpe, and ij children, vij yeares in this ward. Douch, 3.

Mayster Benedicke, denyson, Spindelawe borne, Jannaes marchante, xx yeares in this ward ;
Hanniball Spindelaw, his man ; Augustine Griffena, his man ; also Charlls, his cooke ;
Angell Johnson, his mayd servant, borne in Gylderland, and xxx yeares in this ward.

Douch, 5.

In Waultons howse : j inmate, one Melchard Pelche, denyson, and Jacomen his wyfe, marchant,
borne in the Land de Lucke, v yeares in London, and halfe a yeare in this ward. Douch, 2.

In Rafaell Depittes howse, post mayster, denyson: Janikin his wyffe, borne in Briges, ij
children, j servant, William Reckworth, his man, v yeares in this ward ; Goddelithe
Depitt, his servant, also borne in Briges ; inmate, Jakes Hovell, of Anwarpe, merchant ;
Jakes Garret his servant, borne in Anwarpe, j yeare in this ward. Douch, 9.

Bastean Lais, and Lois his wyfe, borne in Flaunders, j child, and cam for religion, one quarter
of a yeare in this warde. Douch, 3.

Harrye Lache, dennyson, and boucher, borne in the Land de Luke, xxv yeares in this ward,
John Martyn his man, borne in Cliveland, v yeares in London, one yeare in this warde.

Douch, 2.

Anthonye Brisket, denyson, broker, borne in Janua, xxv yeares in this ward ; j ledger in his
howse, Thomas Fortune, marchant, x year in this ward. Douch, 2.

In the howse of Wydow Hotortrot : inmates, one Anthonye, a taylor, borne in Flaunders, ij
yeares in her howse ; Fornande, borne in Brabham, taylor, iij yeares in her howse ; John
Demarye, tayler, borne in Flanders, ij yeare in hir howse and in this ward. Douche, 3.

Frauncis Bishoppe, and Jillian his wyfe, marchant, borne in Turney, iij yeares in this ward ;
Katharine Kerth, and also Menten, bothe his mayd servantes, borne in Holland, and ij
chilldren, all iij yeare in this ward. An inmate within this howse : Lewis Bishopp, his
brother, and Jone his wyfe, and iij yonge chilldren ; and Marye Gossard, his mayd ser^'ant,
all borne in Turney. Yet more in his howse : Hew Bishoppe, ther father, borne in Turney,
and cam for religion. All iij yeares in this ward. Douche, 14. .

Arnolde Hemmew, and Ellen his wyfe, weaver, iij children ; Myhell, her mayd servant ; all
borne in Turney, two yeares in London, and halfe a yeare in this ward. Douch, 6.



1571.1



ALIENS IN LONDON.



419



All Halloioes Staininge.
Cornelis Deneve, and Marye his wj^fe, denyson, and taylor, j childe, borne in Brige.s, x yeares
in this ward. Douch, 3.

John Garratson, denyson, joyner, borne in Holland, and hathe been in this ward xxvj yeares.

Douch, 1.
Harry Sault, bookebynder, denyson, borne in Luke, and hathe bene in this ward x yeares.

Douch, 1.

John Symsin, basket maker, xxx yeares in London, and iij yeares in this ward, borne in

Gyllike. ' Douch, 1.

Glode Paynter, and Grace his wyi'e, borne in Turney, and hathe bene xl yeares in this ward, a

poore man. Douch, 2.

Mathew Barnard, baskett maker, borne in Holland, hathe bene in this warde xv yeares.

Douch, 1.
Glode Paynter, post, borne in Turney, hath bene in this warde xx yeares. Douch, 1.

John Babtist Sempetorie, marchant, borne in Spayne, and hathe bene in this ward xx yeares.

Spanyard, 1.

Summa totalis of the nomber of Straungers within this Warde — CCiiij"" ; whearof —



Frenche


'.'.'. CClxiiij^


^ Housholders
Servauntes


Ixiiij


Douche


Ixvij


Italions
Venetians


^J y Whearof — <


Women and Children ...
Denisons


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Farringdon Warde Without.



Seincte Brydes Parriste.

In Flete Lane.

Richarde Tyllier, borne in Roan, in Fraunce, and he a silke worker, beinge servante to Johan

Hevie, widowe, and no denizon, hathe bene in this Citie xij yeares, and hathe dwelte in

this warde vj yeres. Frainch, 1.

Thomas Sherwon, Frenche, being a denizon, and householder, hathe dwelled in this realme and

warde xij yeares; a coutler. Frenche, 1.

Peter Robertes, Frenche, his servant, borne in Depe, no denizon, hathe dwelled in this realme

and warde iij yeares. Frenche, 1.

John Delamar, soiourner withe the said Thomas Sherwon, beinge a denizon, and a taylor, hathe

bene in England xl'" j'eares, and in this warde halfe a yere. Frenche, 1.

Barthellmewe Limberger, a Brabander, housholder, and denizon in England viij yeares, and in

this warde vij yeres ; and his wyff'e Barbare, a mylliner. Douch, 1.

Anthony Herringe, Burgonian, servant to the said Barthellmewe, hath contynewed more then

V yeares in England. Burgonian, 1.

Anthony Romnye, Fi-enche, deni.son, brushemaker, and servant to GryfBthe Jones, hathe bene

in England and in this ward a yeare and a quarter. Frenche, 2.

Michaell Sarroe, Frenche, and Frauncis his wyf, Dutche, a torner by occupacion, and a hus-

holder, and a denizen, hathe bene in England xvj yeares, and in this ward v yeares.

French, 1. Douche, 1.
John Pollard, Frenche, no denyzon, servant withe the said Michaell, hathe bene in this realme

and ward two yeares. French, 1.

Nicholas Kinge, and Alice his wj'ff, French, howshoulder, a denj'zon, and by occupacion a

hosier, hathe bene in this realme xxx"° yeares, and in this ward xij j^eares. French, 2.



420 RETURNS OF [1571.



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