Browse Records (1870 total)
- Year is exactly "1319"
Paid lay subsidy tax of v mar. Simon de Abindone, draper 1309-10 LBD 46, S. de Abyndon 1316 Pat (wool-exporter), 1322 Will (a tenant in St. Mary at Hill and St. Leonard). He was a sheriff 1319-20, and alderman of Tower 1318-22. He may have been a brother of Stephen [Dowgate 1]. - Abingdon Brk.
Ekwall, p. 327 no. 1
Paid lay subsidy tax of c s. Stephen, son of Richard de Abbendon 1299 Mayors 50 (recently come of age), S. de Abyndon(e) 1303 LBC 174 (draper), 1336 Will (a tenant in All Hallows the Great and the Less). A sheriff 1314-15, alderman of Dowgate 1312-20, Mayor 1315-16, King's Chamberlain 1316-25, an M.P. 1313, 1328, 1329-30, 1330. His father was a draper and wool-exporter (1272 Pat), and a juror for Dowgate in 1275 (RH 421). - Abingdon Brk.
Ekwall, p. 217 no. 1
Paid lay subsidy tax of xxv s. Walter atte Wode Richardesman Adrian of London 1336 Pat. Richard was probably a pepperer like Peter Adrian (1310 Will, a tenant in St. Antholin), Philip Adryan (1316 Mem 120), Walter Adryan (1338 LBF 30, very likely identical with Walter atte Wode supra).
Ekwall, p. 265 no. 49
Paid lay subsidy tax of iiii s. iiii d. Geoffrey de Aldenham, orbatour, admitted to the Freedom 1310-11 LBD 59, G. le Goldbetere 1325 Cor 132 (juror Farringdon Within), 1337 Cl (witness St. Andrew Holborn). A gold-beater. - Cf. Cripplegate Within 90.
Ekwall, p. 312 no. 87
Paid lay subsidy tax of xx d. William de Aldenham, goldbetere 1295 LBB 212, W. de Aldenham 1304-5 LBC 213 (a tenant in St. Alphage), 1313 LBB 15 (juror Cripplegate), 1318 LBE 97 (witness St. Alphage), 1321 Cl (orbatour). - Aldenham Hrt.
Ekwall, p. 281 no. 90
Paid lay subsidy tax of xiii d. ob. William de Aldgate de Hamptehill, potter, admitted to the Freedom 1311-12 LBD 81, W. de Aldgate 1315-16 Mem 118 (founder of metal pots), 1322 Cor 51 (St. Peter Cornhill), 1332 S (10½d.), 1338 LBF 23 (representative Lime St). - Ampthill Bd.
Ekwall, p. 249 no. 6
Paid lay subsidy tax of xx d. Henry de Amondesham, apprentice of Richard de Rikemeresworth, admitted to the Freedom 1310-11 LBD 65 (articled in 1276), H. de Amodesham, capper of Fleet St 1319 Pat. A case of late admission. - Amersham Bk.
Ekwall, p. 306 no. 8
Paid lay subsidy tax of xl d. John de Amondesham, apprentice of Henry de Hamondesham, admitted to the Freedom 1310-11 LBD 136, J. de Amodesham 1319 Pat (capper of Fleet St), J. de Amundesham. 1328 LBE 233 (warden of cappers), J. de Amondesham, Hatter 1332 S (16d.). - Cf. no. 8.
Ekwall, p. 311 no. 81
Paid lay subsidy tax of ii s. Walter de Anbresbury, goldsmith 1298 Mayors 2, W. de Aumbresbury 1311 Mem 92 (entrusted with the keys of Aldersgate), W. de Aumbresburi 1324 Cor 98. Cf. 1292 S [Cripplegate Within 11]. - Amesbury W.
Ekwall, p. 305 no. 40
Paid lay subsidy tax of xvi s. Geoffrey de Anesty of Edmonton 1323 HMC 9th Rep 36 a. He gave a tenement in Edmonton to Robert his brother. Richard son of Geoffrey Anesty was a grantor there in 1338 (ib. 30 b), and William son of Geoffrey was executor of Robert de Anesty senior de Edelmeton (1336-7 Will). Other bearers of the surname: John de Annesty, mercer 1299 LBC 48, J. Danesty 1299-1300 Mayors 55; Richard Anesty 1303 Mayors 147, R. de Anesty 1317-18 Cl (draper), 1318 Will (of St. Andrew; brothers Robert, William). The members of this family, associated with Castle Baynard and Edmonton, seem to have been mercers and drapers. - Anstey, probably Hrt.
Ekwall, p. 339 no. 5
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