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410040.999
Paid lay subsidy tax of xl d. Reginald Abel 1300 Form Angl, p. 118 (resident in the house of John le Moyne in St. Michael), 1311 LBD 71 (stockfishmonger, admitted to the Freedom). A case of late admission. - Abel fn.
Ekwall, p. 139 no. 4
410080.999
Paid lay subsidy tax of xiii s. iiii d. William Abel 1294 Mayors 195 (a stockfishmonger), 1301 Cor 26 (a tenant in Langbourn). Cf. no. 4.
Ekwall, p. 140 no. 8
410630.999
Paid lay subsidy tax of xl d. John le Blund, stokfisshmongere 1311-12 LBD 166.
Ekwall, p. 144 no. 63
422430.999
Paid lay subsidy tax of xx d. Thomas de Boys 1315-16 LBE 29 (executor of Richard Pourte, stockfishmonger). Perhaps a stockfishmonger. - F. Dubois or a translation of atte Wode. Cf. 1292 S [Bridge 73].
Ekwall, p. 239 no. 22
419020.999
Paid lay subsidy tax of di. mar. John de Braghing, stockfishmonger 1316 Pat. J. de Braughyng 1338-9 Cor 210 (juror Bridge). - Braughing Hrt.
Ekwall, p. 212 no. 20
422650.999
Paid lay subsidy tax of xx d. William de Braughyng 1327 LBE 278 (pledge for prosecution in Bridge), 1338-9 Cor 210 (juror Bridge), W. de Braughinge 1333 LBE 275 (stockfishmonger). - Braughing Hrt.
Ekwall, p. 240 no. 44
422490.999
Paid lay subsidy tax of xiii d. q. William de Brikendone (Brikyndone), stockfishmonger 1314 LBE 28, 1325 ib. 205 (a tenant in St. Martin Orgar), W. de Brekendone 1320 LBE 127 (a contributor to a City loan). - Brickendon Hrt.
Ekwall, p. 239 no. 28
410160.999
Paid lay subsidy tax of x s. John Elys 1299-1300 Mayors 63, 1309 LBD 43 (stockfishmonger, apprentice of Luke le Garlekmongere, admitted to the Freedom, Bridge; a late admission; cf. no. 94), 1319 S [Bridge 82], 1337 Cor 197 (surety Bridge). - Elias (Elis) fn.
Ekwall, p. 140 no. 16
419000.999
Paid lay subsidy tax of xl d. Ralph Elys, stockfishmonger 1311 LBD 71 (admitted to the Freedom), 1316 f. Pat. Very likely an apprentice of John Elys [no. 82].
Ekwall, p. 212 no. 18
410610.999
Paid lay subsidy tax of xiii s. iiii d. Henry Gubbe 1313 LBD 228, 1315-16 Will (stokfisshmongere, of St. Michael; son John). Cf. John Gubbe [1319 S, Bridge 33].
Ekwall, p. 143 no. 61
410750.999
Paid lay subsidy tax of ii mar. di. John Gubbe 1294 Mayors 195 (stockfishmonger), 1299 LBC 55 (id.), 1309 LBC 181 (deceased). Cf. no. 5.
Ekwall, p. 144 no. 75
419150.999
Paid lay subsidy tax of v s. John Gubbe 1325 Cor 116 (St. Michael), 1332 S [Candlewick, 5s. 4d., stokfishmonger], 1347 LBF 170 (witness St. Michael). He may be John son of Henry Gubbe [1292 S, Bridge 61] or of Walter Gubbe [1292 S, Bridge 5].
Ekwall, p. 213 no. 33
426590.999
Paid lay subsidy tax of di. mar. John Gubbe, called de Woxbregge, stokjissmongere, apprentice of William Gubbe, admitted to the Freedom, Bread St 1310 LBD 118, J. Gubbe 1332 S (8d.). A master's surname; cf. no. 52. Woxbregge is Uxbridge Mx.
Ekwall, p. 271 no. 49
419460.999
Paid lay subsidy tax of di. mar. Richard Gubbe 1316 LBE 69 (executor of Henry Gubbe [1292 S, Bridge 61]), 1316 f. Pat (stockfishmonger), 1331 Will (of St. Michael). He mentions Walter and Lucy, his parents. Walter may be Walter Gubbe [1292 S, Bridge 5], who had a son Richard.
Ekwall, p. 215 no. 64
426610.999
Paid lay subsidy tax of iiii li. Richard Gubbe 1316 LBE 69 (executor of Henry Gubbe, stockfishmonger), 1316 f. Pat (stockfishmonger), 1332 S (2 m.), 1335 Will (stockfishmonger of St. Nicholas Cole Abbey). Doubtless connected with no. 52.
Ekwall, p. 271 no. 51
434670.999
Paid lay subsidy tax of xx s. Roger Gubbe 1322 Cor 56 (surety with no. 2). Doubtless a brother of Richard Gubbe [Bread St 51], who had two brothers called Roger, one living in 1335. Roger was very likely a stockfishmonger like Richard. - Cf. 1292 S [Bridge 5].
Ekwall, p. 334 no. 24
410050.999
Paid lay subsidy tax of iii mar. Walter Gubbe 1297-8 LBB 246 (representative Bridge), 1309 Will (of St. Michael; son Richard). Doubtless a stockfishmonger. Cf. 1319 S [Bridge 64]. The surname is of uncertain origin.
Ekwall, p. 139 no. 5
418850.999
Paid lay subsidy tax of xliii s. iiii d. William Hockele, stockfishmonger 1318 Pat, W. de Hokkele 1322 Will (owner of a house in St. Magnus). - Hockley Ess.
Ekwall, p. 211 no. 3
410170.999
Paid lay subsidy tax of ii s. Robert de Iclyndone, stockfishmonger 1311 LBD 71 (admitted to the Freedom). Another case of late admission. - Ickleton Ca.
Ekwall, p. 140 no. 17
419330.999
Paid lay subsidy tax of viii s. iiii d. Henry Lambyn 1316 Pat (stockfishmonger), 1329 Will (of St. Magnus). Cf. no. 1.
Ekwall, p. 214 no. 51
410760.999
Paid lay subsidy tax of v s. Robert called Atte Laneende 1313 Will (of St. Michael). No doubt a stockfishmonger like William atte Lanende, his son (1349 Will). The surname will mean "at the end of Crooked Lane".
Ekwall, p. 144 no. 76
410740.999
Paid lay subsidy tax of xiii s. iiii d. Cf. no. 76. No doubt a stockfishmonger.
Ekwall, p. 144 no. 74
422620.999
Paid lay subsidy tax of xx d. Henry at(t)e Lanende 1311 LBD 151, 1332 S (2s.), 1342 LBF 257 (juror Candlewick). Probably a stockfishmonger. Cf. 1292 S [Bridge 74, 76].
Ekwall, p. 240 no. 41
419370.999
Paid lay subsidy tax of xx s. William Launce 1316 LBE 69 (executor of Henry Gubbe), 1320 LBE 128. Probably a stockfishmonger like Henry Gubbe and Henry Launce (1307-8 CW 197). - Launce seems to be a short-form of Lancelot.
Ekwall, p. 215 no. 55
453.999
Paid lay subsidy tax of ii s. Adam Lucas 1330-1 LBE 254, 1332 S (17s. 9¾d.), 1347 Will (of St. Michael). He was a brother-in-law and very likely a former apprentice of Philip Lucas [no. 81]; see CW 373, 517. He was a sheriff 1340-1. He was probably a stockfishmonger, but also a general merchant (see 1327 Plea 21).
Ekwall, p. 214 no. 46

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