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Rowlande Grusshey, and Vineente his wyfe, beinge a howsholder, a denizon, and skaberd-

maker, and borne bothe in Fraunee, hathe dwelled in England xxxv yeares, and in this

warde ix yeares. French, 2,

John Marye, Frenche, being a howsholder, a denizon, and of occupacion a cutteler, hathe bene

in Englande and in this warde x yeares. French, 1.

Lewis Dowsett, beinge servant with the said John Marye, no denizon, a Frenchman, and hathe

bene in this realme and ward. French, 1.

John Bele, Dutche, and Ellin his wyfe, a Brabander, beinge a howsholder, a denizon, and of

occupacion a worcker of Orris worck, hath bene in England xx"" yeares, and in this ward

vij yeares. Duch, 2.

Ellin Harris, widowe, of the countrye of Clevelande, howsholdrisse, and a sempster, hathe bene

in England sij yeares, and in this ward x yeares. Duch, 1 .

John Edwardes, Dutche, beinge a howsholder, a denizon, and a taylor, hathe bene in Englande

xiij yeares, and in this ward five yeares. Douch, 1.

Oliver Isekerke, Duche, servant with the same John Edwardes, no denizon, hathe bene in

Englande and in this warde a j^eare. Douche, 1.

Mareke Entogoode, Brabander, servante withe the said John Edwardes, hathe bene in England,

and in this ward but since Alhollautide last, and no denizon. Duch, 1.

Derick Mayster, borne in Luke, servant to Richard Mathew, cutler, no denyzon, hathe bene in

England and in this ward vj yeares. Douche, 1.

P oping ey Alley.

Edwarde Ernest, and Gartrude his wyfe, Highe Allmajmes, howsholder, a denyzon, and a
taylor, hathe bene in this realme xxviij yeares, and in this warde vij yeres. Douch, 2.

Barnard Cornelis, Duche, beinge a howsholder, and a denizon, of occupacion a joyner, hathe
bene in this realme x yeares, and in this ward since Mychaellmas last. Douch, 1.

Luter Journey, and Jane his wyffe. Douche, no denizon, beinge a howsholder, and of occu-
pacion a silke weaver, hathe bene in England, and in this ward but viij monthes.

Douch, 5.

Samuell, Jeremye, Hester, children to y' said Luter Journey. Douch, 3.

Frauncis Mowse, Duche, no denizon, servaunt with William Robertes, shomaker, hathe bene in
England and in this ward thre quarters of a yeare. Douch, 1.

Blachorse Alley.

Peter Dowset, and Adrian his wyfl'e, Frenche, howsholder, a denizon, of occupacion a cutler,

hathe bene in this realme xij j^eares, in this ward viij j^eares. French, 2.

Peter Declamare, Frenche, howsholder a, denizon, and of occupacion, a cloke make[r], and hathe

bene in this realme xl yeares, and in this warde xxv yeares. French, 1.

Lawrence Fortom, Frenche, his servant, no denizon, and hathe bene in England and in this ward

ix yeares. French, 2.

Symon Shevaller, Frenche, howsholder, a denizon, and a coppersmythe, hathe bene in England

XXX yeares, and in this warde viij yeares. Frenche, 1.

In Grenes Rentes and the Wharfe.

Jacob de la Forrest, and Phillippe his wyff, Frenche, howsholders, a denizon, and of occu-
pacyon a7i imbroderer, hathe bene in this realme xxij yeares, and in this warde v yeares.

Fraunch, 2.

John Lewis, Spaniard, and Jane his wyfe, soiourners with the said Jacob, no denizon, of occu-
pacion a button maker, and in England iij yeres, and in this ward ij yeres. Spaniard, 2.

Thomas de Shampes, and Jane his wyfe, Burgonions, howsholders, a denizon, of occupacion a
cutler, hathe bene in this realme xj yeares, and in this ward iiij yeares. Burgonions, 2.

Nicholas Sermoyes, and Thomasine his wyfe, howsholders, a denizon, by occupacion a gilder,
hathe bene in this realme ix yeres, and in this warde thre quarters of a yeare ; bothe
Frenche. Frenche, 2.



1571.] ALIENS IN LONDON. 421

Thomas Fare, Scotte, no denyzon, hathe bene in this x'ealme xxv yeares, by occupacion a blade

smythe, and hathe bene in this warde vij yeares. Scotte, 1.

Romyn Maynmour, printer, Frenche man borne, and Frauncis, his wj't'e, beinge a denizon,

hathe bene in this reahne xviij yeres, and in this ward vij yeres. French, 2.

Josias Vedye, a man childe, dwellinge with the sayd Romyn, hathe bene in this ward iij yeares,

and in England so longe. French, 1.

Gillam Gowpin, French, no denyzon, of occupacion a printer, hathe bene in this realme iiij

j^eares, and in this ward two. French, 1.

John Megussher, and Margaret his wyfe, French, howsholder, a denizon, of occupacion a printer,

hathe bene in this realme xxx yeares, and in this ward x yeares. French, 2.

Jane the wyfe of Richard Freese, Englishman, she Douche borne, hathe bene in England iiij

yeres, in this ward one yere and a halfe. Douch, 1.

Poll Rotteftbi-de, Douche, no denyzon, of occupacion founder of lettres for printers, hathe bene

in Engiande xiiij yeares, and in this warde one yere. Douche, 1.

John Rottetibrde, his sonne, a childe. Douch, 1.

Gillam Barger, Frenche, howsholder, a denizon, a coppersmythe, hathe bene in England xxxiij

yeres, and in this warde xxvj yeres. French, 1.

Lewis Barger, his servant, hathe bene in Engiande xviij yeares, and in this warde so longe, and

a Frenchman. French, 1.

In Bride Lane.
Anthonye Peterson, and Alice his wyffe, Douche, beinge a howsholder, a denizon, and a boucher,

hathe bene in this realme xlij yeares, and in this warde about xxxviij yeres. Garret

Luton, Nicholas Luton, servantes to the said Anthony, beinge Duch, have bene in England

and in this ward iij monthes. Douch, 4.

Henry Fulwater, Highe Allmayne, no denizon, servant withe Ralfe Cole, cutler, hathe bene in

England v j^eares, and in this ward so longe. Douch, 1.

In Hanging e Sword Alley.
Jesper Hollebrante, Douche, being a howsholder, a denizon, of occupacion a botcher, hathe
bene in this realme xl" j^eres and in this ward so longe. Douch, 1.

In Shewe Lane.
John Pamer, Dutche, howsholder, no denyson, of occupacion a boucher, and hathe bene in

this rea[l]me xij yeares, and in this ward viij j^eres. Douche, 1.

John Wetherspone, Scott, beinge a howsholder, a denyson, and of occupacion a cutler, hathe

bene in England xx'" yeres, and in this ward xviij yeres. Scott.

Hubarde Duble, Frenche, beinge a howsholder, a denizon, of occupacion a founder of lettres,

hathe bene in this realme xx"" yeres, and in this warde vij yeres. French, 1.

Jervis Soyer, and Elizabethe his wif, French, howsholders, a denizon, of occupacion a cutler,

hathe bene in England xi'"' yeres, and in this ward so longe. French, 2.

VVjdliam Foreste, Frenche, beinge a howsholder, a denj^zon, and a maker of botten raowldes,

hathe bene in England xl''" yeres, and in this ward xxx"' yeres. French, 1.

Lamberte Peterson, Douche, beinge a howsholder and denizon, of occupacion a cutler, in Eng-
land XV yeres, and in this ward vj yeres. Douch, 1.
Sjanon Bothe, Douche, his servant, hathe bene in England iij yeres, and in this warde so

longe. Douch, 1.

In Katherine Wliele Alley.
Marye Tompson, widowe, Frenche, vseth spynnynge, hathe bene in Engiande xxiiij yeres, and in

this warde one yere. French, 1.

Saincte Dunstons in the Weste.

In Cocke and Key Alley.
George Tompson, Scotte, beinge a howse holder, no denizon, of occupacion a waterman, hathe
dwelt in Engiande vij j^eres, and in this warde so longe. Scottes, 1.



422 RETURNS OF [1571.

Saunders Hewne, and Elizabethe his wyfe, Scottes, beinge howse holders, no denizon, and
laboringe folkes, haue bene in this reahne xvj yeres, and in this ward vj yeres. Scottes, 2.

Jane Barlowe, widowe, Seotte, and laboringe woman, hathe dwelt in this realme and ward xxx
yeares. Scott, 1.

Annis Tompson, widowe, a Seottishe woman, a laboringe woman, in this realme and ward
xx"° yeares. Scott, 1.

In the Strete Syde.

Lawrence Crosse, Doutche, no denizon, beinge a howshoulder, of occupacion a cobler, hathe

bene in this realme xxx yeares, and in this ward iiij yeres. Douteh, 1.

James Markedaye,_Frenchemanj howsholder, and a surgeon, and in this realme and ward xxx

yeares. French, 1.

John Cornells, Dutche, servant with John Draper, bearebrewer, hathe bene in England and in

this ward halfe a yeare. Douche, 1.

Lawrens Roe, Dutche, miller, servant with the said John Draper, hathe bene in England vj

yeres, and in this ward iiij yeres. Doutche, 1.

*Roger Vangoffe, Douche, cooper, servant also with the said Draper, hathe bene in England vij

yeres, and in this ward iij yeres and a halfe. Doueh, 1.

Peter van Loer, Highe Allmayne, soiouruer within Wylliam Pickarde, goldsmythe, hathe bene

in England iij yeres, and in this ward one yere. Douch, 1.

Henrie Trowse, Dutche, servant vnto Olive Renton, shomaker, hathe bene in England xxvj

yeres, and in this ward iij yeres. Douch, 1.

John Welder, Douche, servant vnto Wylliam Emes, shomaker, hathe bene in England iiij yeres,

and in this ward one yere. Douch, 1.

Twylman Johnson, Dutche, servant to y" said Emes, shomaker, in England x yeres, and [in]

this wai'd iiij yeres. Duch, 1.

Pashyer Martin, Dutche, servaunt to the said Emes, hathe bene in England iij yeres, and so longe

in this ward. Duch, 1.

In Chauncery Lane.

Stephen Oluvio, Frencheman, no denizon, of occupacion a nedle maker, in England v yeres,
and in this ward one yere. French, 1.

John le Bluge, servant with ye said Stephen, beinge a Frenchman, and no denizen, hathe bene
in Englande v yeres, and in this warde one yere. French, 1.

Adame Hewen, Dutche, servant withe Thomas Sans, jerkin maker, hathe bene in England vj
yeres, and in this ward so longe. Douch, 1.

Saiiicte Martins Parrishe.

Deri eke Evereynd e, Hollander, no denizon, of occupacion a painter, hathe bene in Englande,
~ and m this warde two y'eres'and'TEre quarters. Doueh, 1.

Within Brideivell Hoiose.

John Martowe, Highe Allmon, howsholder, a denizon, and a cordweynour, hathe bene in Eng-
land vj yeres, and in the same howse fower yeres. Heigh AUman, 1.

Symon, his servante, Heighe Allmon, hathe bene in this realme and in the same howse halfe
a yere. Heigh Allman, 1.

Lewis Creton, and Peron his wyfFe, Burgonians, a denizon, and hathe bene in this realme vij
yeres, and in the house iiij yeres. Burgonians, 2.

George, servante with the same Leiwes, a Brabander, hathe bene in England and in the same
howse iij yeres. Burgunion, 1.

Haunce Evans, Dutche, howsholder, denizon, and a paynter, in England xxv yeres, and in the
same howse ij yeres. Douch, 1.

* This entry occurs twice, the first being struck out.



I



Bridewell . From the list given here it looks as if the
weaver of bed-ticks had moved away. See Frances Consitt's
Tne London Weavers' Oompany (0xf Un Press, I955) p. 157 notes
"In 1568 the friendliness of the Governors of the Coy
to the aliens, albeit at the instance of the city auth-
orities, is evidenced. A record of the Court of Aldermen
for March 16, 1568,nms "the Wardens of the Weeavers
did this day here agree and grant diligeniy to endeav-
our themselves to send unto and appoint if they can two
apt and witty young men of their occupation to serve
for the time and space of three years now next ensuing
the Stranger in Bridewell, who setteth up xhere the wic
ana occupation, ox maicjjig of tick for feather beds. And in
case they cannot speed him of two such young men alread
y trained up and instructed in their sd occupation, then
they( 158:) agreed that some honest persons of their sd
coy shall receive to their service as their apprentices
such apt and fit psons as it shall please Mr Buckland,
one of the governors there to provide and appoint, and
to set them over to the said stranger for the sd term
of 5 vrs" ( GUILDHALL REPERTORIES. 16, f .541 )



1571.] ALIENS IN LONDON. 423

John Gawbye, and Jon his wyfte, Burgonyons, howshoklers, and silkweaver, in this realme

iiij yeres, and in the same howse iij yeres. Burgunions, 2.

Andrew Covert, his servant, a Burgouion, hatha bene withe the same John ever since he came

into England. Burgunyon, 1.

Nicholas Saryson, Dutche, soiourner with the said John Gawbye, and a silkeweaver, hathe

bene in this realme and in the same howse ij yeres [and] thre quarters. Douch, 1.

Jacob Prematour, servant withe the said Nicholas, and hathe bene in this realme so long as the

said Nicholas hathe. Douch, 1.

Maria Decotie, and Jane his wyfe, and Isake, there boy servant, all Frenche, no denizen, a

maker of towe cardes, hathe bene in England and in the same howse vij yeres. French, 3.
Thomas Vere, Scott, servaunt to Edward Hunt, bladesmithe, and [in] England and in the

same howse viij yeres. Scott, 1.

John Petie, Scott, servant with the same Edward, hathe bene in England and in the same

house vij yeares. Scott, 1.

William Letton, and Margaret his wyfe, both Frenche, servant to Boniventer Eno, locksmythe,

in England vj yeares, and in the same howse ij yeres. French, 2.

John Vnckle, and Jane his wyfe, bothe Duch, a packthredmaker, hathe bene in this realme

and howse v yeres. Douch, 2.

Martyn Pynottes, and Margaret his wyf , bothe Duche, a sylkweaver, in this realme and howse

iij yeres. Douch, 3,

John, Nicholas, Jerime, Pollen, and Sara, children of the said Mertin. Douch, 5.

Oulde Bayly.
John Pennywe, howeseholder, dwellinge in GeorgeAllye, and a book bynder, denizon, and hathe

bene in England x yeares and above. Fraunc, 1.

Peter Geberd, and Katryn his wyffe, borne in Fraunce, and is a drawer of patrons, and hath

bene in England iij yeare. Fraunc, 1.

Henry Knorrell, shomaker, howsholder, borne in Flanders, hathe bene in England xx yere, and

in this ward half a yeare. French, 1.

Nicholas Lyon, saltepeterman, and denizon, and John his wyfi'e, in England xl" yeare and

aboue. Douch, 2.

Saynt Aiidrosse in Holborne.
John from Hadga, and Mary his wyff, denizon, and taylor, hathe bene in England xxx yere-

French, 1.
Arnold Harmanson, borne in Gelderland, denizon, and taylor, hathe bene in England xix yeres,

and this ward vij yeres. Douch, 1.

Harman Peter, Douchman, and John Anysley, in England xv yere the one, and ij yere the

other, servantes vnto the said Arnolde. Douch, 2.

James Backhowse, borne in Gelderland, servant vnto one Edmond Parton, in Englande



yere.



Douch, 1.



John Leareman, servaunt vnto Edmound Parton, shomaker, hathe bene in England iij quarter

of a yeare. Douch, 1.

Danyell Smartes, denizon, shomaker, borne vnder the Bushipp of Luikke, in England xij yeare,

and in Holbourne iiij yere. Douch, 1.

Martin Tilmans, shomaker, in England xj yeare, and in this ward halfe a yeare, sarvant vnto

Danyell Swartes. Douch, 1.

Wylliam Stevens, borne in Flaunders, taylor, servant vnto Goodman Downnell, in England ij

yeares. Douch, 1.

Frauncis Mai-sh, shomaker, borne vnder Kyng Phillip, servant vnto Boniface Frankelyn, in

England iij yeares, and in this ward j yeare. Douch, 1.

Wylliam Lossborr, Frenchman, and Mary his wyfte, denizon, in England ix yeares, and in this

ward j yere. French, 2.

Nicholas Mysser, Frenchman, servant vnto Wylliam Kesberre, glover, in England a quarter

of a yeare. French, 1.



424 EETURNS OF [1571.

The Certificat of Straingers within the Parishe of St. Seplchres without
Newgate, ye v of May, 1571.

Smyihfeild quarter, in Tlf Bansteades Ally.

Bettres Wylliam, wedowe, howsholder, borne in Freseland, and dothe lyve by spynnynge, in
England 1 yeares, and in this ward vj yeres. Fresland, 1.

Tlf Sylvers hoivse in Chicklane.

John Peyll, borne in Flaunders, and Ana his wyf, which was borne in Freisland, and one child,
callid Jacob; he is a howsholder, and dothe live onely by his mony. Douch, 1. Fresland,!.

Peter Aredowese, soiourner, borne in Flaunders, and doth lyve by makinge of aressworke, in
England iij yeares, and in this ward sence Christenmas last past, and hath a sonne that
cam into England at Christenmas, which is a soiourner within y° same howse, a weaver of
silklase. Douch, 2.

Coivlanc.

Lewese Dewale, borne in Flaunders, hath e bene within [this] realme v weekes, and in this
ward xiij dayes, a paynter, and hath a wyfe called Mary, borne in Brabant, and iiij
younge children, ij boyes and ij wenshis7that is to say, Abrahame and Aschewers, Mary
and Cristian, howsholder. Douch, 6.

Holborne Crosse quarter.

James Mager, showmaker, denizon, and xxx yeres in England, borne in Giklertonne, and in
this parishe sence Christenmas last. Douch, 1.

Elizabethe Henericke, Douche, in England xij yeres, and in this ward one yeare and a quarter.

Douch, 1.

John Doon, denizon, in England xliiij yere, cutler, soierner with his sonn in lawe, James
Sylvester, and borne in Rone, and dwellinge in Downinges Ally. Douch, 2.

James Silvester, French, in England xxxv yere, and in this ward v yere, a locksmythe, dwel-
ling in Dow[n]inges Ally. French, 1.

Gyllam Freeman, French, a waterbearer, in England xviij yeres. French, 1.

Frauncis Lebroyell, sylkeweaver, and Cateren his wyfi'e, borne in Flaunders, hathe iij chil-
dren, and ij servauntes, dwelling in England iiij yeares, and in this ward halfe a yere.

Douch, 7.

Gylame Lamadaye, French, and denizon, in England xix yeres, and in this ward xiiij yeres, and
hath a wyfe called Wiles, borne in Rone. French, 2.

Cateren Litchkyn, Douch, in England xx yeres, and borne in the Showesbrocke, and in this
ward x yeres. Douch, 1.

Snoiore Hill.

Garret Johnsonn, Douch, borne in y« bushipricke of Vtrett, howsholder, cobler, and denizon, in
this ward vj yeres and hath a wyf, borne in Duke of Cleves land, in England xxxvj yeres.

Douch, 2.

The Church Lane.

Leonard Johnson, Dutchman, borne in the-Bysshopricke of CoUen, dwelling in this parishe xj
yeares, howsholder and denizon, taylor, and in England xxiij yere. Douch, 1.

Horshead Ally.

Wedowe Johnsonn, Frenchwoman, borne in Colbacke, lyvethe with cardinge of wooll, in Eng-
land xx" yeres. French, 1.

Ditchers Allye.

Jeram Dyckens, and Joan his wyfFe. borne in Doringe in Douchland, a maker and dyar of
velvet, in England a fortnyght, and hath iij children, ij men children and a mayd childe.

Douch, 5.



1571.]



ALIENS IN LONDON.



425



There ar besydes ij men servantes belonging to the foresaid Jeram Dickens : the one Bartilmew
Howse, and Jone his wif, and iij children, j boy and 2 wenchis ; the other John Vynson,
and Mary his wytfe, and one boye to ther child. All theis, as Jerom and his wyfe, Bartyl-
mew and his wyfe, John Vynson and his wif, with theire children, came into England
together a fortnyght agone. Douch, 8.

The Old Baylye quarter.

John Furmanaus, a howsholder, dwellinge in the head Old Baylye, and borne in Torney, in
Fraunce, brewer, and Jane his wife, came into England iiij yeres, and hathe dwellid theare
abowte seven monethes, as yet no denizon, and hath iiij children lyvinge, that is to say,
James, Danj'ell, Marye, and Elizabeth, and dothe vse sylkweavinge. Fi-ench, 6.

VVylliam Crutale, soiour[n]er within y° howse of the same John Furmans, borne at Torney afore-
said, and Mawdelen his wyfe, borne at Saynt Adrians, in Flaunders, came into England
iij j^ere, and hathe dwelt here two monthes, no denizon, and hathe ij children now levyuge,
Elizabeth and Anne, and vsethe y" craft of making byllament lace. Douch, 4.

Wylliam TuUan, howsholder, dwelling in Fleitlane, borne in Cliveland, and Gartrude his wyff,
borne also theire, in England xxx yere, and hathe dwelt here xx yere and above, denyson,
and hathe one chyld, named Jerom Tullan, and the said Wylliam dothe now use y" crafte
of coblinge of showes. Douch, 3.

John Whythead, soiourner within the said Wylliam Tullandes howse, and borne in Andwarpe,
in Flaunders, arrow maker, and Margaret his wyfe, borne theire, came in to England vj
yeares, and hathe dwelt heare iij yer& and more, and hath one child, and as yeat no deni-
zon. Douch, 3.

Peter Oliver, soiourner within Harrisons howse, pewterer in Fletlane, goldsmythe, borne at
Rone in Fraunce, and Typhan his wyfe, came into England iij yeres, and dwelt in this
parishe so longe, and hath one chyld named Isake, and as yeat no denizon. Fraunce, 3.

Wylliam Canwey, otherwise called my Lord, a howsholder, and dwelling in Fletlane, was
borne in Normandy, and came into England xxx yere, and hath dwelt here xij yere and
more, and is a lockett maker and also a denyzon. Douch, 1.

St. Afidreives in Holbourne.

John Leonard, borne in Cleveland, and hath bene in England xvj yere, denyzon, in y° paryshe
of S' Androwes in Holbourne as longe, gon powder man. Douch, 1.

Lewesse Kemysse, Fi-enchman, in England, xxxviij yere, denyzon, and Ellyn his wyfe, Douch-
woman, and hathe bene in England xvj yere, dwellinge in the parishe of S' Androwes
xxvj yere, booke bynder. French, 1. Douch, 1.

Stephan Keamysse, his man, French, in England a quarter of a yeare, dwelling in y' parishe of
S' Androwes in Holborne. French 1.

Harry Harman, borne in Cleveland, fre denyzon, in England xxv yeare, and hathe dwelt in y'
foresaid parishe x yeare, beinge a shomaker. Douch, 1.

Anthony Farmenon, Frenchman, hath bene in England vj yere, a tayler, and in the foresaid
parish a quarter of a yeare. French, 1.

Summa totalis of the nomber of Straungers within this Ward is CCviij ; whearof —



Frenehe

Douche ...


Ixix^
Cxix




Burgonions
Spai.iardes

Scottes

Men of Freesland


IX

■ ij
viij

ij


> Whearof



54



f Housholders
I Servauntes

Women and

Children

Denisons
1^ Soiournoures



Ixxiij
xliij

Ixxviij

xxxix
xiiii



426 KETURNS OF [1571.

Bassieshawe Warde.

John de Waye, a howseholder, borne at Engey in Henego, and Jeneker his wif, borne there
also, cam to Englonde at Barth'ue last was iiij yeres ; they dwelt in this warde theis xij
monethes last past, occupyinge the trade of makinge of sackclothe ; and he hathe ij men
servantes, John Galametb, borne in Henego, and Tyse Demynder, borne there also ; and he
hath also ij maide seruantes, borne at Henego aforesaide, thone called Jeneker and
thother Katheryne ; the same Jeneker cam to Englonde about iiij yeres last past, and
thother about ij yeres last past. Burg', 6.

Harman Johnson, servant with Richarde Wyatt, showmaker, servinge hym in the arte of coblers ;
he was borne in Friselande, and cam into Englonde about xij yeres past. Dowche, 1.

John de Pounde, a howseholder, and Juffina his wif, bothe borne in Fraunce ; he cam to Eng-
londe in the xxxvij''' yere of Kinge Henry theight, and she cam to Englonde about xx
yeres past. Frenche, 2.

Anne, the wif of Simond Jukes, mercer, borne in Bruselles, in Brabant, cam to Englande
aboute the begyninge of Lent last past, and she hathe a childe borne there, called Marke.

French, 2.
Suma totalis of the nombre of Strangers in this Warde, xj, viz: —

f Denysons ... ... n'

I Howseholders ... v
French ... ... iiij ^ I Women and)

Dowche ... ... j J> Whereof — <J Children / ■■■ .)

Burgon' ... ... vj J | Men servantes ... iij

I Mayde servantes ... ij

1^ Soiourners ... ... n'

Bysshoppsgate Warde.

Alhallowes in Graciouse Streate.
Hercules Fremant, and Margaret his wyfe, howsehoulders, and Marye Markes his servaunt,
all Burgonions, in England three yeares, in this warde ; and Katheryn Rey, a Burgonion,
in England twoe yeares, and soiourneth there ; also a litle girle, a straungers childe, borne
in London. And the saide Hercules Fremant with the rest (as he saieth) lyveth vppon
that litle which he brought out of Burgonye with hym. Burg', 5.

Saintc Peters.

Giles Eastfeilde, a Burgonion, and fredenizein, in England twentie yeares, in this warde,
botcher, and householder, and Lambert Peterson his servaunt, borne in Clevelande, in Eng-
lande twoe yeares, and hath byn in this warde sythens Christmas last. Burg', 1. Dowche, 1.

James Nicolles, howsehoulder, a Burgonion and freedenizen, in Englande twentie yeares, in this
warde, cobler, and hath three children Englishe borne. Burg', 1.

Haunce Mountynacion, a Jermyne borne, by trade a haberdassher, and Pernigty his wyfe, and
Haunce his sonne, in Englande foure yeares, and hath byn soiourner with M"'" Tolmage
widowe, but sythens Christmas last within this warde. Dowche, 3.

Coleman Vmbett, goldsmyth, a Jermyne borne, and Margarett his wyfe, and Blesses his sonne,
in Englande foure yeares, and dwelt in this warde but one yeare, and soiourneth in the
house of M"' Tolmage aforesaide. Dowche, 3.

Jaques Devill and Peter Christian, the one a gentleman, and thother a goldsmythe, bothe
Burgonions, in Englande fyve yeares, and have dwelt in this warde but sythens Christmas
last, and they soiourne in the house of M"'"' Tolmage aforesaide. Burg', 2.

Sainte Helenas.
J acob Vergos, pa inter, a B urgonian, and househoulder, in Englande fpure yeares, and dwelt in
this warde but nyne monetfies^ ~~~ ' Burg', 1.



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James Johnson, surgeon, a househoulder and freedenizein, John Phisco and Jone Derick his



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