Parish Priests and Their People in the Middle Ages in England

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APPENDIX II.

We have in the case of two Rural Deaneries, by way of sample, tabulated the benefices as entered in the " Taxatio" and the "Valor" with one another and with the modern Clergy List; with a few notes upon them.

DIOCESE OF LONDON.--DEANERY OF BERDESTAPLE.
From Domesday Book." Taxatio" of Pope Nicholas IV. , 1292 A.D., p. 21." Valor Ecclesiasticus" of Hen. VIII. , 1534 A.D., I. 448. Clergy List, 1895 A.D.
£s.d.£s.d.£
The Manor and Church belonged to the See of
London.
Ecclīā de Thurrok pva 5 6 8 Thurrock Parva R 3 15 0 Thurrock East (or
Little)
400
Thurrock Grays V per
earm Epi Lond. dal'
5 0 8 Thurrock West, with
Purfleet
170
6 Apr., 1582 Grays Thurrock 175
Ditto " Oresith (cum
Vicar)
16 0 0 Orsett R 29 4 8 Orsett 500
Chantry 6 13 4
Cedd the Apostle of the East Saxons founded " Westillebȳ 13 16 4 Westilbury R 20 0 0 Tilbury West 480
one of his centres of evangelization here, Free chapel of a hermit 1 6 8
A.D. 653. In the time of Edward the Con Chantry 10 0 0
fessor it was divided into West T. held by " Estillebȳ 14 13 4 Estilbury V 12 17 0 Tilbury East 160
Aluric, a priest and freeman, and East T.
held by Tedric, a freeman.
Free Chapel which W.
Pace lately held
3 0 0
Another Free Chapel
which Wm More
lately held
1 11 0
In Saxon times these were one parish " Hornyngdone 12 0 0 Esthornden R 9 14 0 Horndon East 435
Time of the Confessor " a certain deacon had Vicar ejusdem 4 13 4 Free chapel 0 5 0
here 30 acres and 1/4 of a church." Westhorndon R 14 13 4 Horndon West, with
Ingrave*
380
This church belonged to Barking nunnery Horndon super Mon-
tem V
14 6 8 Horndon-on-the-Hill 250
From Saxon times belonged to Barking nunnery. " Mockyng 14 13 4 Mocking V 10 0 0 Mucking 172
Probably had a church in Saxon times. After- " Stanford 16 0 0 Standeford le hope R 12 19 8 Stanford-le-Hope 600
wards Wm. de Septem Moles gave his Free Chapel 2 0 0
manor with a free chapel to Waltham Abbey Chantry 7 18 0
In Saxon times the manor and church belonged
to Barking N.
" Bulephen 13 6 8 Bulfanne R 23 0 0 Bulphan 345
After the Conquest this parish belonged to
B. of London.
" Coringham † 8 0 0 Corringham R 22 3 8 Corringham 560

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