Browse Records (814 total)
- Year is exactly "1292"
Paid lay subsidy tax of lx s. John de Abindon, draper 1289-90 LBA 119, J. de Abyndon, draper of London 1293 St. Ives, J. de Abindone, draper 1298 LBB 68. Very likely connected with Richard de Abindon, merchant or draper 1272 Pat, 1275 RH 423 (juror Dowgate), 1284 LBA 197. - Abingdon Brk.
Ekwall, p. 168 no. 78
Paid lay subsidy tax of di. mar. William Ace 1305-6 LBC 245 (juror Vintry). - Ace, Azo fn (OF Ace, OG Azo). Ace le Mairemer or Ace Tymbermanger was an alderman, probably of Queenhithe, c. 1227-1242 (P, ADA 11609). A connection between him and William Ace is possible.
Ekwall, p. 147 no. 11
Paid lay subsidy tax of xl s. Martin de Amberesbire, goldsmith 1278 LBA 25, M. de Aumbresbire 1293 ib. 198 (elected a sheriff), M. de Aumbresbury 1311 LBD 270 (late sheriff). An earlier goldsmith with this surname was Geoffrey de Ambresbure 1272-3 Will (of St. Michael). - Amesbury W.
Ekwall, p. 153 no. 11
Paid lay subsidy tax of xxx s. John de Armenters 1275 RH 423 (wool-exporter, former valet of William de Bosco, not a freeman), 1297 LBB 238 (representative Dowgate), 1306 Will (of All Hallows the Less). He was a sheriff 1299-1300, alderman of Langbourn 1300-6, a draper (Ant Leg 249). William de Bosco (del Boys) was a wellknown draper and wool-exporter. See 1271 Pat, 1276 ff. LBA 10, etc. - Armentières, dép. Nord, but formerly in Flanders.
Ekwall, p. 167 no. 71
Paid lay subsidy tax of xx s. Alice, relict of Robert de Arras 1326-7 Will (a tenant in St. Antholin and elsewhere). Robert de Aras (or Arraz) was a merchant and woolmonger, a sheriff 1276-7, alderman of Broad St c. 1278-1291, dead probably in 1291. Alice his widow is mentioned 1302 CW 155. - Cf. Dowgate 50.
Ekwall, p. 180 no. 62
Paid lay subsidy tax of xx s. Henry de Arraz, H., son of Hubert de Arraz 1285-6 LBA 94, H., son of Wilbert (Wybert) de Arraz 1286-7 ib. 102f. (clearly a vintner). Philippa, his wife, was a daughter of William Barache [no. 52]. His father is called Wybert de Araz, citizen of London 1274 Cl. - Cf. Dowgate 50.
Ekwall, p. 183 no. 22
Paid lay subsidy tax of i mar. Gilbert de Asshindone 1293 LBC 14, G. de Ayssindon, mercer 1307 Will (of St. Benet Sherehog). Perhaps a son of Robert de Assendon(e) 1276 LBB 263 (surety Cordwainer), 1284 LBA 160 (a tenant in St. Antholin). - Ashendon Bk, Ashdon, Ashingdon Ess.
Ekwall, p. 176 no. 11
Paid lay subsidy tax of xiii s. iiii d. Luke le Garlecmongger, whose will was enrolled in 1292, left to Leticia his wife tenements in St. Michael, St. Magnus and St. Leonard. He was a stockfishmonger (LBD 43). He is sometimes called Luke le Ayler, e. g. 1287 LBA 167. Ayler is OF aillier 'garlicmonger'. The surname must be an inherited one.
Ekwall, p. 146 no. 94
Paid lay subsidy tax of di. mar. Elyas Bacheler 1281 ADB 2064 (wife Margery), 1290 Pat (fishmonger). Margery, relict of E. Bacheler 1301 Will (of Pudding Lane in St. Margaret Pattens). A son of Elyas was Walter called Bacheler 1307-8 Will. Cf. no. 29.
Ekwall, p. 196 no. 31
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