WCM 15398                                                                                                  1546-1547

 

Stubbington and the Rectory of Portsea Account of John Carpynter and John Whyte esquire lessees of the same Michaelmas 38 Henry VIII to the same feast next following 1 Edward VI

 

Arrears None

 

Lease of the manor with the rectory And for 11s.  from rent of 2 tenements in Portsmouth from Stephen Barnam.

And for £14 from rent of the lease of the manor of Stubbington with all lands, tenements, pastures, meadows, and rents with all appurtenances thus leased to John Carpenter and his assigns for a term of years.

And for £4 13s. 4d. from rent of the rectory of Portsea Portsmouth and Portsbridge.

And for £21 13s. 4d. from John Whyte for 35 qtrs of wheat of good and pure grain [and] 60 qtrs of barley of pure and clean grain for the lease of the rectory for a term of 21 years.

 

                                                                        Total £40 17s. 8d.

 

                                    Total of all receipt £40 17s. 8d.

 

Cash payment From which they account in cash paid to the Bursars of St Mary’s College near Winchester by Stephen Bernam alias Denys 11s.

And to the same Bursars by John Whyte lessee of certain grain by indenture £10 16s. 8d.

And to the same Bursars by the said John Whyte after the account nothing

And to the same Bursars by the said John Carpenter 7 July by indenture £9 6s. 8d.

And to the same Bursars by the said John Carpenter nothing

 

                                                            Total £20 14s. 4d.

 

                                    Total of all the said payment £20 14s. 4d.

 

                                                And they owe £20 3s. 4d.

 

Surcharge John Carpenter lessee accounts for this year’s issue £9 6s. 8d.

John Whyte esquire for this year’s issue £10 16s. 8d.

 

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Stubbington  Account of the same 1 Edward VI