WCM 15399                                                                                                              1550-1551

 

Stubbington with the Rectory of Portsea Portsmouth and Portsbridge Account of Thomas Fitzwaters  knight lord Fitzwaters and John White esquire lessees of the same from Michaelmas 4 Edward VI to the same feast next following 5 Edward VI

 

Arrears None

 

Lease of the manor with the Rectory They render account for 11s. from Stephen Barnam for rent of 2 tenements in Portsmouth leased to the said Stephen.  And for £14 from the lease of the manor of Stubbington with its appurtenances.  And for £4 13s. 4d. from the lease of the Rectory of Portsmouth, Portsea and Portsbridge thus lately leased to Thomas Carpenter and his assigns by Indenture.  And for £21 13s. 4d. from John White esquire for 35 qtrs of wheat of good and pure grain [and] 60 qtrs of barley of good and clean grain which are owed for the lease of the rectory for a term of 21 years by Indenture of the King’s Court of Augmentations

 

                                                            Total £40 é17ùs.[1] 8d.

 

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

 

Cash payment From which are allowed to the same John White esquire for cash paid by him to the Bursars 22nd April as is shown by Indenture £10 16s. 8d.

And allowed to the same[2] Sir Thomas Fitzwater for cash paid by him to the same Bursars 22nd April as is shown by Indenture £9 6s. 8d.

And allowed to the same John White for cash paid by him to the Bursars after the account nothing.

And to the same Lord Fitzwater for cash paid by him to the Bursars after the account nothing.

 

                                                            Total £20 3s. 4d.

 

                                    Total of all payment £20 3s. 4d.

 

                                    And he[3] owes £20 14s. 4d.                                    of which

 

Surcharge Sir Thomas FyztWater[4] knight lessee there for this year’s issue £9 6s. 8d.

John Whyte lessee for certain grain there £10 16s. 8d.

Robert Ouerton’ now holds 2 tenements in Portsmouth 11s.

 

m.1d Stubbington and Portsmouth Account of the same 5 Edward VI



[1] Altered from 16s.

[2] Sic

[3] Sic: debet

[4] Sic