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Suburbs. Manour of Finsbury.

butting upon the Lands belonging to Gregory Nicholas, now Thomas Walton, Esq; North and South, 2s. 4d.

Of the Dutchess of Suffolk, out of a Messuage and nine Tenements on the West side of Golding Lane, butting upon the Lands of William Wakefield on the North: and the Tenements late belonging to the Parish of Aldermary in London, now in the Tenure of Walter Cooper, Tyler, on the South, 1li.

Of Richard Atkinson, in the Right of his Wife, out of a Cottage and Garden in the said Lane, butting upon the Lands of Richard Buckland, Haberdasher, late Sir Michael Fishers, Kt. North and West, and on the South, butting upon the Lands of Henry Keen, upon Golding Lane on the East. 1s. 4d.

Of Henry Keen aforesaid, Tenant by the Courtesy, in the Right of Agnes his Wife, Daughter and Heir of Henry Warner, deceased, out of the Tenement Chequer, and other Cottages and Gardens on the West Party of Golding Lane, butting South upon the Lands belonging to the Hospital of St. Bartholomews aforesaid, late the said Robert Mellishes, now in the Tenure of Thomas Hallyway; and North, as well upon the Land of Richard Atkinson, as also upon the Lands, now the said Richard Bucklands, late the aforesaid Sir Michael Fishers, Kt. on the Party West, 1s. 1d.

Sute of Court.

Of Thomas Wilkinson, out of certain Tenements at the Sign of the Cock, at the North End of Golding Lane, belonging to Armiger Wade, Esq; 1s.

Sute of Court.

Of Thomas Walton, Esq; out of certain Tenements and Gardens lying on the East side of Golding Lane, late called Armitage Alley, late Gregory Nicholas's; and before that Richard Yongs, butting upon the Lands late Peter Doves, who married Joan, the Daughter and Heir of John Willoughby, on the North side, and the Lands of the said Gregory Nicholas on the South, 2s.

Sute of Court.

Of the said Thomas Walton, out of certain Tenements and Gardens at the Sign of the Windmil, late the aforesaid Gregory Nicholas's, at the East side of Golding Lane, sometimes John Mores, and before that William Wigmorepoles, butting upon the Lands late the said Peter Doves, as is aforesaid, on the South; and the Lands belonging to St. Bartholomews Hospital, late Robert Mellishes aforesaid, and now in the Tenure of the said Richard Roper on the North, 2s. 2d.

Sute of Court.

Of John Hillyard, Goldsmith, out of the Tenement Flower-de-luce, and a Garden on the West side of Golding Lane, now in the Tenure of John Banks, Brewer, butting upon the Tenement of John Leese, Carpetner, on the South, and the Tenements belonging to the said Hospital of St. Bartholomews, late the said Robert Mellishes, and in, the Tenure of Walter Cooper, Tyler, on the North 7.d. ob.

Sute of Court.


Beech Lane.

 

Of the Vicar of St. Giles Cripplegate, out of the Corner Tenement at the West End of Beech Lane, on the South side of the said Lane, in the Tenure of Martin Capons, Barber-Surgeon, and openeth upon Recross Street on the West side, 3d.

Sute of Court.


Whitecross Street.

 

Of William Blighton, Butcher, out of two Tenements on the West side of Whitecross Street, late Edmond Godwins, butting upon the Lands late belonging to the Parish Clerks of London, on the North, and a corner Tenement belonging to the said Blighton, on the South, 9d.

Sute of Court.

Of Thomas Perkins, Butcher, Tenant of certain Lands and Tenements of late belonging to the said Parish Clerks, now belonging to How, Gentleman, on the West side of Whitecross Street, butting upon the Lands of William Blighton, aforesaid, on the South Party; and the Lands of Richard Lister, late John Cores; in the Tenure of Thomas Verey, Brewer, on the North, 1li. 4s. 4d.

Sute of Court.

Of Richard Lister, Clothworker, out of certain Tenements and Gardens on the West side of Whitecross Street, late belonging to John Core, Grocer, and since that Nicholas Carew's, and since that, Adam Hutchinson's, butting upon the said Lands and Tenements of late belonging to the said Parish Clerks, North and South, 4s. 1d.

Sute of Court.

Of the said William Gill, out of a Cottage and Gardens at the West side of Whitecross Street, of late Ralf Symonds's, and after Thomas Langhams, Fishmonger; and butting upon a Garden belonging to the said Manour of Finsbury, on the South side, and on the North Part of the Lands belonging unto John Worsop, 1s. 10d.

Sute of Court.

Of John Travies, , in the Right of his Wife, out of a Cottage and Garden on the West side of Whitecross Street, late belonging to John Worsop, Scrivener, and before that to Lettice Ireland, and late Thomas Popplewel, adjoining to thesaid Gill on the South, 9d.

Sute of Court.

Of the said Travies, out of a little parcel of Ground there, on the North side of the said Gill, whereupon sometimes stood a Mill, late the said Worsop's, and late the said Popplewell's, 3d.

Sute of Court.

Of John Barnes, Mercer, out of two Tenements and a Garden, on the North side of Chiswel Street, now in the Tenure of Thomas Mountain, abutting to the Gardens belonging to the Manour of Finsbury aforesaid, on the East side, and the Tenements of Robert Traps, Goldsmith, late Thomas Barnes's, and before that, John Wishes's, Founder, on the West side, 1s. 4d.


Finsbury Field.

 

Of John Worsop, Merchant Taylor, for six Acres and a half of Medow and Pasture, lying in Finsbury Field, in the Parish of St. Leonards in Shoresditch, towards the Windmils; abutting upon the Windmil next Norton Folgate, in the Tenure of Thomas Pullison on the Party West, the High Way leading towards Norton Folgate aforesaid, on the Party South; and Medow and Pasture Grounds, Parcel of the Demaines, belonging to the said Lordship on the Party North and East, now or late in the Tenure of John Popebolle, 4s. 10d.

Sute of Court.

The said John Worsop, for ten Acres and three Rods of Land, lying in the said Field called the Moor, butting upon the Lands aforesaid of the said Nichols, now being Gardens, on the Party South; and the said Mallow Field West; the High Way leading from the said Farm of Finsbury, towards Norton Folgate, on the Party North, and the Lands and Gardens, late Sir Martin Bows, East, 7s. ob.

In the Parish of St. Leonards Shoresditch.

One Annual Rent of twenty Shillings, issuing and going out of certain Tenements without Ludgate, adjoining to the said Gate, in the Parish of St. Martin within Ludgate, of London, sometimes in the Tenure of John Benson, Haberdasher, and now in the Tenure of Christopher Harbottel, Citizen and Haberdasher of London, 1li.

St. Martins within Ludgate.

Memorandum, That this Survey was copied out of the Survey, annexed to the last Lease granted to the Lord Maior, Commonalty, and Citizens of London, of the said Prebend, Mar. 15. 1582. Reg. Elizabethæ 25.

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