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yeres. Douche, 1.

Mary Mownar and Barbara Marysall, silke winders, denizens, borne in Arras vnder Kinge
Philipp, in England x yeres, in this warde iiij" yeres ; have children iij , Henry, John, and
Josyas. Spaine, 5.

Peter Dontir, soiourninge, with Arnolde Declarewe, borne in Torney, in England iij yeres.

Douche, 1.

Steven Donays and Vincent Salowe, borne in Arminter in the countie of Edgeneen (?)
Dominion, sacklotheweavers, in England iij yeres. Douche, 2.

Anne Vesorie and Johan Dalbeck, borne in Torney, in England iij yeres. Douche, 2.

Hubbert Mertens, bocher, borne in Braband, denizen, in England xvij yeres ; and Peter his
wief, in England xj yeres. Douche, 2.

Henry Huskins, cobler, borne in Cleveland, denizen, in England xl yeres, in this warde two
yeres and a quarter ; and Mary Huskins his wief, borne in the Duke of Cleves lande, in
England xxx yeres ; also Gilbert Barnes, of the Countrie of Megen, denizen, his servaunt,
in England xx yeres, in this warde ij yeres [and a] quarter. Douche, 3.

Summa totalis of the nomber of Straungers in this Warde — xxxiij.



1571.] ALIENS IN LONDON. 475

f Denizens ... ... vij

I Howseholders ... xj
„ , ... -1 I Women and 1

^O'i'^he ^^^"J I Whereof- J Children j - ^'^

SP^^i^^'i ^ I I Men servauntes ... vj

I Mayd servauntes ... iij

(^ Soiourners ... ... j

Candelwickestrete Warde.

Gregory Castor, a musiciner, borne in HoUande, a denison, and Elizabeth his wief, borne in
Hollande, and have dwelled in the same warde xxiij yeres. Douche, 2.

Hendrick Cojde, a denison, an Esterlinge, a jeweler, and hathe dwelled in this warde viij yeres;
also Elizabeth his wief, borne in Emden. Douche, 2.

Moyses Fawken, a goldsmithe, borne [in] Hambro, a denison ; he hathe dwelled in Englande
xvij yeres ; Balteser Frankden, a Ducheman, goldesmithe, a soiourner within the said
Fawken, and hathe dwelled here vj yeres. Douche, 2.

Ellin Matrevis, wief of William Matrevis, an Engiisheman, borne in Millyne ; she hathe
dwelled here xx yeres ; also Fraunces Aprando her daughter, borne in Millyne. Italie, 2.

Christopher Geerle, goldesmythe, denison, a highe Ducheman, and hathe dwelled in this
warde iiij yeres; Cornelys TofSs, of Andwerpe, and Margaret his wief, sylke throwers;
they have dwelled here two yeres, and soiourne with the said Christopher Geerle.

Douche, 3.

Melcher van Has, a denison, borne in Flaunders, and Annys his wief, borne there lykewise,
and have dwelled here vij yeres, and livinge by buyeinge and sellinge of bayes, whiche
be made at Norwiehe. Douche, 2.

Conrade Reinoldes, a denison, and Ellyne his wif, borne bothe in Braband, and have dwelled
in this warde xvj j^eres ; also John van Tongren, his servaunte, borne in Flaunders, and
hathe dwelled here two yeres. Douche, 3.

Cornellis Bayman, a denison, and Margaret his wief, borne in Gelderlande, a bocher, and hathe
dwelled in Englande xl yeres. Douche, 2.

Lewys van Winge, and Tanaken his wief, borne in Flaunders ; they have dwelled one j^eare
at Sandwiehe, and another in this warde. Douche, 2.

Marten Vandersande, goldesmith, a denison, and Perene his wief, borne in Bridges, and they
have dwelled in England, and in this warde iiij""' yeres ; also Hendrick Alrnayne, his
servaunte, goldesmithe, borne in Luckland, and Mary his wief, borne in Flaunders, they
have dwelled here iiij°'' yeres ; also Marshall Coole, goldsmithe, borne in Brabande, and
Elizabethe Apparde borne in Flaunders, bothe servauntes of the said Marten, and they
have dwelled in this warde one yere. Douche, 6.

Peter More, of Gulick, merchaunt, and Tanaken James his wief, Baldwin More his sonne,
Tanaken More, Mary Moore, and Susan Moore, his daughters ; also Joachim his mayde
servaunte ; they have dwelled in London fowre yeres. Douche, 6.

Symond Johnson, cobler, a denison, borne in Flaunders ; he hathe dwelled in this warde xx"°
yeres. Douche, 1.

Elizabethe Softing e, w.ydowe, borne at Andwerpe, and Iken Pulliardes, her mother ; they have
dwelled in this warde xx" j^eres ; and Hans van Zondert, of Brydaye, her man servaunte,
and Katherine Mills, of Brydaye, her mayde servaunte, and hathe benne here two j^eres ;
also Hans Volters . borne in Flaunders, a merchaunt, and hathe bene here xviij j^eres ;
Derick Firken , of Aeon in Germanj', merchaunt, and have dwelled here ij yeres ; Godfrej'
Wagerganke , of Flaunders, hathe benne here two yeres : Hans Louer and Jasper Louer,
highe Duchemen, merchaunttes ; they liave ben e here one ye[ar]. All the said persons
soiourne within the saide Elizabeth Softinges howse. Douche, 9.

Pawle Fever, of Dornix, in Flaunders, and Anne his wief, and Charles Symonde of Dornix, his
servaunt, have benne in Englande ij j^eres ; they lyve vppon there stock. Douche, 3.



476 RETURNS OF [1571.

John Bonteilar, of Flaunders, saeklothemaker, and Blanche his wief ; Adrian Crikilian, his maide
servaunte, and Packet Mawberie, his mayde servaunte ; thes iiij" have bene in England
thies fowre yeres, and borne all in Dornix ; also Giles Hofnagie of Andwerpe, merchaunt,
hathe dwelled within this warde v yeres, and George de Moore, his servaunte, borne in
Flaunders : they bothe do soiourne in the said Bounteflar his house. Douche, 6.

Gisbright Doi-molle, of Gelderland, merchaunt, a denison, and Leinken his wief, Gisbright
Dormoll and Abraham Dormolle, his sonnes, and Margerie Dormolle, his daughter ; he and
his wief hatha dwelled in Englande xx" yeres, whereof in this warde v yeres.

Douche, 5.

Gabriell Vandeviver, of Owdenar, taylor, and Jacalyn his wief ; Samuel Vandeviver and Esaj^e
Vandeviever, his sonnes ; and Samken Vandeviver, his daughter ; thes have bene in
England iij yeres, in this warde half a j'^ere, and do all soiourne in the howse of Gisbright
Dromolle. Douche, 5.

Robart Leoman, merchaunt, denison, borne in the Lowe Contry, and Jacomen his wief, borne
there ; Michaell Leoman his Sonne ; Macalen Leoman, Margaret Leoman, and Mary
Leoman, his daughters ; and have dwelled in this warde vj yeres ; also Christopher
Spilberke, his man servaunte, hathe bene here v yeres ; and Moj^ekyu Hurtus and her
daughter Moyeken ; Peter Vandebrooke of Flaunders, merchaunt ; and John Vallyant of
Sealand, merchaunt, hathe benne here iiij°' yeres, and soiorue with the said Leoman.

Douche, 11.

Row land Arton, paynter, borne in Andwerpe, a denizen, he haithe dwelled in this warde Ix
yeres. Douche, 1.

Frauncis Cordere, borne in Hollande, a bocher, servaunt to Wedowe Sweare, hathe benne in
England iiij°'' yeres. Douche, 1.

Summa totalis of the nomber of Straungers in this Warde — Ixxiiij.

f Denizens ... ... xiij

I Howseholders ... xix
T^ 1 1 ■• Women and )

■ JJ°jf^ l^^.y [Whereof- -> Children I - ^^^^^

J I Men servauntes ... vij

I Mayd servauntes ... vj

I^Soiourners ... ... xx



CORDEWAYNERSTRETE WaRDE.

Ch[r]istian Derryke, borne in Flaunders, button maker, denizon, and Martha his wief, a
Douchewoman, hathe dwelled in Ingland 7 yeres ; he hathe a mayde servaunt, a Douche-
woman, named darken Wetherson. Douche, 3.

John Ecton, borne vnder the Emperour, denizon, servaunt to the Wydowe Fishe, bocher, and
hathe dwelled in England xvj yeres ; also one Mathewe Siekson, borne vnder the Prince
of Orynge, servaunt vnto Wydowe Fishe, bocher, and hathe benne in England a xj yeres.

Douche, 2.

Summa totalis of the nomber of Straungers in this Warde — fyve.



Douche





' Denizen ...


... ij




Howseholder


••• J




Women and 1
- <j Children i
1 Menne servauntes




} Whereof—


•■• J




... 2




Women servauntes


••• j




^ Soiourners


... n'



1571.] ALIENS IN LONDON. 477

Cheape Warde.

Henricke Harper, a Dutchman ; he hatha benne in Engiande iiij" yeres ; founde by Anthonie

Brincklowe. Douche, 1.

Cornelius Speringe, a Doucheman, a phisician ; Cornelius Speringe his sonne ; and Frauncis

Behought his man servaunt ; they have benne in Engiande fowre yeres. Douche, 3.

Marshall Lucas, a servingman, borne in Spayne ; he hathe benne in England fyve yeres.

Spaine, 1.

John Coltye, a Dutcheman, and Margaret his wiel', a Douchewoman ; he j^s a botcher, and a

denison, in England xx"" yeres ; also Anne Collie and Judithe Collie, his daughters ; and

Godfrey Johnson, a Dutcheman, his servaunte, and hathe benne in Engiande one yeare.

Douche, 5.
Arnolde Beekman, cobler, a denison, borne in Cleve,* and Angell his wief, also a Douche-
woman, dwellinge in London xxx"' yeres ; also John Beekman his sonne, v j'eres of age ;
and Godfrey Heccas, a Doucheman, in England xij yeres, no denizon Douche, 4.

Lawrence Hubriek, a Dutcheman, in Engiande vj yeres ; John Bolson, Dutchman, and Harry
Johnson, a Doucheman ; the said John Bolson in England ij yeres, and Harry Johnson in
Engiande iiij yeres ; these thre serve one George Richardson, botcher, an Englishman.

Douche, 3.

In the Compter in the Poultrie.

Katharine Petito, a nadellwoman, borne in Fraunce, in Engiande iiij"' yeares and a half ; also

White Johnson, a Dutcheman, a sayler, in England a quarter of a yeare ; and Nicholas

Frapp, merchaunt, a howsaholder, in England iiij yeras. Frenche, 1. 2 Douche.

Summa totalis of the nomber of Straungers in this Warde — xx.

Douche
Spaine ...
Frenche



Castelbaynarde Warde.
Lawan Cabb, brownebaker, a Ducheman, howseholder, in Engiande iiij"' yeres. Douche, 1-

Haunce Dehone, and Katharine his wief, borna in Flaunders, howseholder and surgion, in

Engiande iiij" yeres, havinge children iiij", Peter, Jedeon, Abram, and Ellin ; also Agnes,

his sister, dwellinge with him. Douche, 7.

Katherine Lowix, widowe, borne in Flaunders, sampster, and howseholder, in Engiande iij j^eras

thre quarters, havinge on childe called Maderlian ; and Margaret Flamest, hir sister.

Douche, 3.
Audris Nowethe and Fraunces his wief, borne in Flaunders, howseholder, and cloekmaker, in

England thre wekes, havinge iij children, Sara, Cristian, and Ester, and a mayde servaunt,

called Sara. Douche, 6.

J akin Demaj^e and Paruell Dapum, two maydes, borne in Flaunders, one in Engiande ix j'eres,

thother vj yeres. Douche, 2.

Garret Will and Robart EJbrie, borne in Gelderland, jornemen, in England iiij" yeres.

Douche, 2.
Arnolde Birde, and Agnas his wief, borne in Flaunders, howseholder, and arrys worker, free

denizen, in Engiande xij yeras, havinge two sonnes, Peter Birde and Jacobe Birde.

Douche, 4.
Harmon Bare, imbi'other, borne in Swethland, in this warde vj yeres, a bachiler. Douche, 1.
Nicholas Albarde, pinner, borne in Flaunders, and Isabell his wief, in Engiande one yere, and

hathe children, Fenbescom his sonne, Sara and Elizabethe his daughters. Douche, 5.

* " Brabant" struck out.







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Howseholdars . . .


... ij






... iiij


xviij




Woman and |




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Children ) ■••


...


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Manne servauntes


.. viij






Women servauntes


■• ij






^ Soiorners


•• j



478 EETUENS OF [1571.

Mathewe Prelior, a Frencheman, feltmaker, a howseholder, and a free denizen, in England
fortie yeres. Frenche, 1.

Haunce Sehull, borne in Hamboroughe, a soiourner, in Englande a yeare and more ; he ys a
merchaunte. Douche, 1.

Giles Cloves, a Doucheman, no denison, in Englande xx" yeres, of no science, havinge maried
an Englishe woman. Douche, 1.

Marie Mull, a mayde servaunt with Edmond Camon, borne in Flaunders, in England iiij
yeres iij quarters. Douche, 1.

Wedowe Peterson, borne at Emdon ; her husband a free denizen ; havinge two children, Peter
and Alice ; in this realme xxxviij yeres. Douche, 3.

Cornelius Nelman, borne in Holland, a staicioner, hathe maried an Englishe woman, in Eng-
lande thre yeres. Douche, 1.

Gillam Gilies, borne in Burgundy, beinge a drayeman, servaunte with John Mackworthe,
brewer, in this realme viij yeres. Burgun', 1.

John Acheson, borne in ScotJande, a servaunte, in Englande three yeres. Scott, 1.

Derick Deriekson and Ellin his wief, botcher, a howseholder, a free denizen, in Englande xxx"
yeres, havinge one servaunt George Stokes, borne in Clevelande, in Englande vj yeres.

Douche, 3.

Andrewe Hune, borne in Scotlande, feltmaker, a howseholder, in this realme a [sic] xj yeres,
a fre denizen. Scott, 1.

Garret Vnkill, boi'ne in Flaunders, a free denizen, a felt maker, and a howseholder, in this
realme xxvj 3^eres. Douche, 1.

Anthonie Frandemillian, borne in Flaunders, and Katharine his wief, howseholder, and arras
worker, in Englande iiij" yeres. Douche, 2.

Gilbard Johnson, borne in Flaunders, a cobler, a free denizen, in Englande xvij yeres.

Douche, 1.

Mathewe Johnson, and Katherine his wief, borne in Flaunders, a howseholder, and botcher, in
England xviij yeres, havinge thre children, Abraham, Lawrence, and Beatrice ; and one
Isabell John, borne in Flaunders, a soiourner within the saide Mathewe, in Englande iij
yeres. Douche, 6.

Jasper Holliarde, borne in Fraunce, a printer, a howsholder, in Englande xx'" yeres, havinge
one daughter called Elizabeth. French, 2.

Mason Leonarde, borne in Flaunders, a servaunt, in Englande v j^eres ; a hatt maker.

Douche, 1.

John Gibson, borne in Flaunders, a feltmaker, a howseholder, a free denizen, in England viij
yeres. Douche, 1.

John de Graunser, and Katherine his wief, borne in Burgondie, a howseholder, and silke weauer,
in this realme iiij yeres ; hathe two children, Susan and Ester ; also Ismaell Larchie, his
servaunt, borne in Flaunders, in this realme ix yeres ; and Isabell de Graunser, his sister,
soiorner within him. Douche, 6.

Heni-y Morrells, and Jocien his wief, borne in Flaunders, howseholder, and arrys worker, a fre
denizen, in Englande x yeres. Douche, 2.

Jacobe van Ankon, and Lyvien his wief, borne in Flaunders, howseholder, and arrys worker,
in this realme vij yeres, havinge iiij" children, Abraham, Jacobe, Davyd, and Anne.

Douche, 6.

Summa totalis of the nomber of Straungers in this Warde — Ixxiij.

f Denizens ... ... ix

I Howseholder.^! ... xxiij
Douche ... ... Ixviij ^ j Women audi

Scottes ... ... ij y Whereof — -<' Children J ' ' ' ^

Frenche ... ... iij J 1 Menne servauntes ... vij

Women servauntes . . . iiij

Soiorners ... iij



1571.



ALIENS IN LONDON.



479



COLMANSTRETE WaRDE.

Peter de Rones, and Jane his wief, Douch borne, silkweauer, a free denizen, in England e x

yeres ; his servauntes, John Wearier, Jane Lebrewen. Douche, 4.

James Clares,* and Katherine his wief, Douche borne, silkeweaver, in Englande viij yeres ;

hathe one daughter named Jane ; his servauntes, Peter Balliowe and Thomas Detewe.

Douche, 5.
James Torwayne, and Lowes his wief, silke weaver, Douche borne, in England ix yeres.

Douche, 2.
Thomas Beggens, Frenche borne, quiltemaker, in England xxx"" yeres ; his servaunt, John

Norrys. Frenche, 2.

Nicholas Remme, and Mary his wief, silke weaver. Douche borne, in England xvij yeres ; his

servauntes, Lewes and Peter. Douche, 4.

Anthonie Emerick, and Marie his wief, merchauntventurer, Douche borne, in Englande xj

yeres ; haithe children, John, Charles, Katherine, and Susan. Douche, 6.

Jaques de Penwaye, Douche borne, silkeweaver, in England two yeres ; hath children, Barbara,

Lewes, and Jane. Douch, 4.

John de Ballion, and Collet his wief. Douche borne, silkeweaver, in Englande iij yeres and di. ;

hath one childe called Lawrence, two maydens, Jacklin and Christian. Douche, 5.

Leavan Fauser, and Maudelin his wif , twister of silke. Douche borne, in England iiij" yeres ;

his servauntes, Loyenes, Mighell, Adryan, and Cullen. Douche, 6.

Symon Theouthens, maker [of] orrys worke, and Christian his wief, Douche borne, in

Englande two yeres ; and one childe. Douche, 3.

Markes Garret, Douche borne, a paynter, in England thre yeres ; hathe two children, Marke

and Easter ; his servaunt^HawnsTJelavaulcr Douche, 4.

Christian Derakey, scolemaster. Douche borne, and Pollen his wief, in England one yeare ;

haithe children fyve, Frauncis, Phillipp, Daniell, Perren, and Anne ; and his servaunt

William. Douche, 8.

Godfrey Hamells, Douche borne, scolemaster, in England two yeres ; hathe ij children,

Arnolde and Sewsan. Dowche, 3.

Summa totalis of the nomber of Straungers in this Warde — Ivj.

f Denizens ... ... 1

I Howseholders ... —

^"'^"^^ ""jj Whereof

'J J



Frenche



xxvj



I Women and)
^ Children j
I Men servauntes
I Mayde servauntes
1^ Soiourners

Summa totalis of all the Straungers conteyned in this Boke — iiijM' CC iiij^

Whearof —
Frenche ... CCCCxl ^

Douche
Italians
Spaniardes
Burgonions
Lucans
Venetians
Portingales
Scottes

Men of Fresland
Danes ...

Memorandum, that of the same nomber there are denisons — vjC xj.



CCCCxl
iij M' Clx
Cxxxviij

iiijC xxiiij



"J.,
xxxij

ij



r Housholders
Servantes
Women and")
> Whearof — <j Children /
I Soiournors, ^
I Lodgers and y
[^ Inmates J



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xnj
ij



ixC XV
viijC Ixxiij

vC iiij" xix
. iiijC Ixiij



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' John Clares " struck out.



CORRECTIONS.

Page 7, line 34, for per read pro.

123, „ 18, for Corelius read Gorelius.

123, „ 14-23, delete.

261, „ 3, for Hemae read Henrie.

275, ,, 38,/o»- Burerus recwi Bucerus.

275, „ last, for sarrararius read saocararius.

277, „ 41, foi- modifex read nodifex.

288, ,, 16, /or Muncipum rt'ad Muuicipum.

885, ,, 19-21, delete bracket.



INDEX OF PLACES IN AND NEAR LONDON.



A.

Abbott's Rents, S. Thomas Apostle's Parish, Vintry Ward,

63.
Aechuroh, 207. See S. Mary Abchurch.

— (Absours) Lane, 286.

Aldermanbury, 63. See S. Mary in Aldermanbury.
Aldersgate (Aldrichgate) Ward, 17, 49, 81, 129, 137, 169,

312 325 .379 435.
Aldgate (Al'gaet,' Algate, etc.), 43, 175, 213, 378, 383'-, 390,

392 432.

— Ward, 1, 17, 40, SO, 135, 184, 300, 377. Also p.
14, . . . Ward.

Allhallows (Allerhelegen), 207.

— Bishopsgate Ward, 38, 86, 129, 187, -306.

■ — in Gracechurch Street, Bishopsgate Ward, 426.

— in Lombard Street, Bishopsgate Ward, 378.

— Broad S'- Ward, 442.

— in Honey Lane, Cheap Ward, 381.

— in Gracechurch Street, Langbourn Ward, 18, 164.

— in Lombard Street, Langbourn Ward, 47, 9'?, 381,
416.

— Barking (Berken), 205, 207.

_ _ Tower Ward, 167, 293, 382, 389, 391.

— the Great (Allhallows the More, Greit Alderhe-
leghen, etc.), Dowgate Ward, 64, 91, 179, 211, 296,

— the Less, Dowgate Ward, 65, 92, 179, 180, 297, 379.

— Staining, 389, 391.

— — Aldgate Ward, 80, 300, 377.

— — Langbourn Ward, 1, 18, 98, 131, 165, 312, 381,
419.

_ _ Tower Ward, 295, 885.

— — (Alderheleghen Sten), Whitechapel, 209.

— in the Wall, Broad S' Ward, 40, 89, 377.
AiiMONRY (Almery), the, Westminster, 106.

Ahgei. Alley, Goldiug Lane, Ossulston Hundred, 260.
Arches, Deanery of the, 293.



B.

Bachelor's Alley, S. Foster's Parish, Farringdon Ward

Without, 93.
Bank Side, the, 76.
Bansteadbs Alley, M''-, S. Sepulchre's Parish, Farringdon

Ward Without, 424.
Barnes Parish, Brixton Hundred, 233.
Bartels Brigghe, Southwark, 213.

Bartlett's Alley, M'-, Farringdon Ward Without, 183.
Bassishaw or Basinghall Ward, 55, 84, 186, 323, 380, 426.
Battersea, Brixton Hundred, 234.
Bear Alley, S. Sepulchre's Parish, Farringdon Ward

Without, 183.
Bermersteate, 206.

Bermondsey, Brixton Hundred, 30, 75, 233.
Bethlehem (Bedlem), Bishopsgate Ward, 87.
Billingsgate (Bellyns gaet, etc.), 204, 205, 212.

— Ward, 16, 60, 85, 134, 161, 234, 246, 248, 268, 304,

330, 366, 379, 443.



Bishopsgate Ward, 38, 86, 129, 187, 286, 306, 323, 367,

378, 392, 426.
Black Eagle (Suarten arent, Swaerte arendt), in S.

Martin's, 206, 213.
Blacktriars, Farringdon Ward Within, 94, 134, 290, 291,

303, 892.

— precinct of the, 379, 413.

Black Horse Alley, S. Bride's Parish, Farringdon Ward

Without, 57, 181, 298, 420.
Boar's Head Alley, S. Dunstan's Parish, Farringdon Ward

Without, 180.
BoTOLPH Lane, Billingsgate Ward, 162, 379.

— Wharf, Billingsgate Ward, 161, 331, 332.
Bow. See Stratford at Bow.

BoYCES or Boyes Alley, M'-, S. George's Parish, Southwark,

243.
Bread Street, 60.

_ _ Ward, 60, 87, 129, 175, 307, 316, 317, 382, 474.
Bride Lane, S. Bride's Parish, Farringdon Ward Without,

57, 132, 181, 298, 421.
Bridewell, 393.

— House, S. Martin's Parish, Farringdon Ward With-
out, 422.

Bridge Ward, 55, 73, 87, 135, 160, 304, 334, 367.

_ — Within, 378, 390, 448.

_ _ Without, 342, 380, 390, 462. See Southwark.
BarxTON Hundred, .30, 233.
Broad Street Ward, 12, 14, 30, .39, 73=, 86, 87, 131, 163,

296, 322, 377, 440.
Broken Wharf (Voerf), 205.
Bromley, Stepney Parish, Ossulston Hundred, 8, 23, 110,

152, 219, 258.
BncKLERSBORY (Bouckelsberch), 206.
Bdll, the. Liberty ol the Clink, Southwark, 246.



Camberwell Parish, Brixton Hundred, 234.
Candlewick Street Ward, 2, 16, 29, 30=, 65, 73, 89, 134,

138, 168, 309, 318, 367, 382, 475.
Canterbury, Liberty of the Archbishop of, Southwark,

15.

— Archbishop of [house of], 208.
Castbl in S. Martin's, the, 203, 208.
Castle Baynard (Benecastel), 291.

— Ward, 1, 18, 58, 89, 136, 166, 301, 318, 381, 477.
Catherine Wheel Alley, S. Bride's Parish, Farringdon

Ward Without, 56, 95, 181, 421.
Cecelain [Seacoal Lane, Farringdon Ward Without, or

Sise Lane, Bucklersbury ?], 287.
Chancery Lane, S. Dunstan's Parish, Farringdon Ward

Without, 422.
Charing Cross (Cheren Crosse), 202.
Charterhouse Churchyard, 157, 191, 200, 214.

— Lane, 157, 191, 201, 214.

Cheapside (Cheap, Schipside), Farringdon Ward Within,

66, 160, 203.
Cheap Ward, 62, 90, 180, 201, 297, 317, 381, 477.
Chick Lane, S. Sepulchre's Parish, Farringdon Ward

Without, 424.



61



482



INDEX.



Chiswick, 29.

Christohdbch (Chrys prochie, Cristes, etc.), Farringdon
Ward Within, 302, 379, 413.

— within Aldgate, Liberties of, 892. See S. Catherine
Creechurch.

— within Newgate, Farringdon Ward Within, 159,
207.

Christophbb Alley, S. Sepulchre's Parish, Farringdon

Ward Without, 182.
Chubch Lane, S. Sepulchre's Parish, Farringdon Ward

Without, 424.
Churchyard, the, Ossulston Hundred, 197, 217.
Clapham, Brixton Hundred, 234.

Clampebde's Alley, Little S. Bartholomew's Parish, Far-
ringdon Ward Without, 95, 182.
Clbbkenwedl, Ossulston Hundred, 255.
Clink, Liberty of the, within S. Saviour's, Southwark,

37, 282, 245, 266, 401.
Cook Lane, S. Sepulchre's Parish, Farringdon Ward

Without, 182.
Cocke and Key Alley, S. Dunstan's Parish, Farringdon

Ward Without, 421.
CooKES (Cokes, Cox) Key, Billingsgate Ward, 161, 830,

366.

— Tower Ward, 389.

CoESLABN, in the Old Jewry, S. Olave's Parish, 214.

— — [ ? Loeflaen], 209.
CoLMAN Street, 204.

_ _ Ward, 55, 136, 160, 303, 820, 381, 391, 479.
Colmn'b Gate, Farringdon Ward Without, 132.
Compter, the, in the Poultry, Cheap Ward, 477.
Copt Hall, 158, 220.

CORDWAINEB Street Ward, 808, 321, 381, 476.
CORNHILD Ward, 90, 160, 804, 854, 380, 392, 409.
Court, the, 199.

Cow Lane, S. Sepulchre's Parish, Farringdon Ward With-
out, 182, 424.
CoYNYEs Alley, Farringdon Ward Without, 181.
Ceane, the, upon Somers Key, Billingsgate Ward, 331.
Cbipplbgate, Cripplegate Ward, 64^, 402, 406.

— Ward, 63, 73^, 90, 130, 174, 201, 246, 306, 355, 389,
390, 392, 402.

— — Within, 880.
_ _ Without, 880.

Cbooke Lane, Candlewiok S'- Ward, 169.

Crooked Lane (Kroket leen), in S. Michael's Parish, 207,

214.
Cromwell's Place, Lord, by London Stone (milort

Cromuel Plaetse), 206.
Cross Alley, Farringdon Ward Without, 94.
Crown Key, the [Southwark], 3.



Day's Alley, S. Peter's Parish, Farringdon Ward Without,

98.
Ditch, the, Ossulston Hundred, 197.

— — Side, Ossulston Hundred, 217.
blTCHEB's Alley, S. Sepulchre's Parish, Farringdon Ward

Without, 424.
DizE Key, Tower Ward, 338.

Dowgate Ward, 64, 91, 135, 179, 296, 354, 379, 392, 406.
DowNLNGES Alley, S. Sepulchre's Parish, Farringdon

Ward Without, 424.
Dbuby, Suburb of Sir William, 289, 290.
Dupfield's Alley, Westminster, 105, 111, 148, 190, 192.
Duke's Place, Colman S'- Ward, 392.
Ddlwich, Brixton Hundred, 233.
Dunstan's Alley, Farringdon Ward Without, 95.
Dutch Church, 201-14, 269-72, 278-87, 367-77, 385-87, 389-

93, 452, 455. See German Church.



Ealing (Yelyng), 158.

Eastcheap, Billingsgate Ward, 15, 16, 305, 879, 390.
Enyoorn [Unicorn ?], the. Liberty of the Clink, South-
wark, 246.

F.

Farringdon Ward Within, 2, 29, 30, 66, 93, 134, 158, 802,
358, 879, 392, 401, 411.

— — Without, 55, 94, 122, 132, 180, 297, 361, 380,
392, 419.

Fenchurch (Vancherce), 209^.

— Parish, 165.

— Street, 47, 48. ''
FiNSBURY, Ossulston Hundred, 9, 23, 102, 110, 156, 200,

215, 247, 259.
Fleet, the (le Flit), 289, 291.



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