Introduction

Church: Holy Trinity

Hundred: Aylesbury

Poor Law District: Wycombe

Size (acres): 4169

Easting & Northing: 477202

Grid Ref SP770020 Click to see map


Introduction

Bledlow Ridge Parish

Church: St Paul

Hundred: Aylesbury

Poor Law District: Wycombe

Size (acres):

Easting & Northing: 479198

Grid Ref SP790980 Click to see map

Introduction

Bradenham Parish

Church: St Botolph

Hundred: Desborough

Poor Law District: Wycombe

Size (acres): 996

Easting & Northing: 482197

Grid Ref SU820970 Click to see map

 

Introduction

Cadmore End Parish

Church: St Mary-le-Moor

Hundred: Desborough

Poor Law District: Wycombe

Size (acres):

Easting & Northing: 478192

Grid Ref SU780920 Click to see map


Introduction

Ellesborough Parish

Church: St Peter and St Paul

Hundred: Aylesbury

Poor Law District: Wycombe

Size (acres): 3595

Easting & Northing: 483206

Grid Ref SP830060 Click to see map


 

 

Introduction

Church: St Mary the Virgin

Hundred: Desborough

Poor Law District: Wycombe

Size (acres): 2213

Easting & Northing: 475186

Grid Ref SU750860 Click to see map

Introduction

Church: St Bartholomew

Hundred: Desborough

Poor Law District: Wycombe

Size (acres): 1285

Easting & Northing: 477191

Grid Ref SU770910 Click to see map

Introduction

Church: St John the Evangelist

Hundred: Desborough

Poor Law District: Wycombe

Size (acres):

Easting & Northing: 479190

Grid Ref SU790900 Click to see map

 

Introduction

Church: St Mary Magdalen

Hundred: Aylesbury

Poor Law District: Wycombe

Size (acres): 1763

Easting & Northing: 484201

Grid Ref SP840010 Click to see map

There are no articles linked to this parish.
 

Introduction

Church: St Nicholas

Hundred: Aylesbury

Poor Law District: Wycombe

Size (acres): 2507

Easting & Northing: 482205

Grid Ref SP820050 Click to see map

 

Introduction

Church: All Saints with Holy Trinity

Hundred: Desborough

Poor Law District: Wycombe

Size (acres): 6245

Easting & Northing: 484186

Grid Ref SU840860 Click to see map

Introduction

Data provided by Julian Hunt, see Julian Hunt's Local History website.

He gathered the material in preparation for the book Marlow - A Pictorial History and has kindly allowed the Buckinghamshire Family History Society to reproduce it here

Data provided by Julian Hunt, see Julian Hunt's Local History website.

He gathered the material in preparation for the book Marlow - A Pictorial History and has kindly allowed the Buckinghamshire Family History Society to reproduce it here

Brewery_1


1607 23 March Quitclaim D-CE/M330
1) John Ponde of Marlow gent
2) John Brinckhurst of Lane End gent
House where Ponde and formerly Michael Turner dwells adjoining the Churchyard, and house called the Brewhouse belonging to it

1610 5 June Settlement D-CE/M66
1) Roger Smythe, yeoman
2) Richard Hill, yeoman
William Childe, bere brewer, of Marlowe, in trust for his sons John, citizen and salter of London, and Valiantus, of Wooburn, Showmaker, (who are bound to him, 31 May 1610, in £300 for payments of £120 to be appointed in his will) for their lives, and their heirs.
Same property.

1617 27 Nov. Bargain & Sale/Feoffment D-CE/M67
1) Roger, John and Valleantus (of Walton on Thames, chandler) Smyth
2) Edward Wooden of Marlowe, brewer.
Same property – Hughe Priest, E, Roger Hayward, W - for £300.

1632 1 February Assignment D-CE/M59
1) John Farmer, gent
2) John Moore, brewer.
His interest in a Patent, 22 June 1625, licensing them to retail wines in Great Marlow for life.

1653 24 Dec. Will of John Moore of Great Marlow brewer
To be buried in the Church of Great Marlow as near to my late wife as conveniently may be
I give and bequeath to my eldest son John Moore upon the provisos and conditions hereafter mentioned and expressed the sum of £100 of
current money to be paid to him three months after my decease he giving a general release of all demands unto his brother my son Thomas Moore
and also he living lovingly and friendly with his said brother Thomas and other his brothers And also that he my said son John do not or shall
not by himself or by any other by his meanes or procurement do or cause to be done any act or thing whereby to hinder or prejudice my said son
Thomas Moore in the trade of a brewer which he now useth
Item I further give and bequeathunto my said son John Moore during his natural life the sum of £30 yearly to be paid half yearly at our Lady Day and the Feast of St Michael Tharchangel by equal portions to be issuing and payable to him my said son John Moore out of my lands and hereditaments hereafter mentioned That is to say All that my Tavern and Inn called or known by the name or sign of the Angel and my Inn called the Bullhead in Great Marlow aforesaid and out of all my lands and hereditaments in cookham in the County of Berks with power for him to distrain for the said yearly sum …. And further upon this condition that my said son John Moore shall permit and suffer my said son Thomas Moore and his assignsquietly to hold use and enjoy the Store house at the Wharf where the said John now dwelleth with free liberty of ingregress egress and regress to and from the same in such manner as myseld have had and used to do according to my lease which I have of the same
Item I give and bequeath unto my son Robert Moore the sum of £300 of current money to be paid within one year next after my decease ….
Item I give and bequeath unto my son Francis Moore the sum of £100 ….
I give and bequeath unto my grandchildren the six children of my son in law Robert Fish the sum of £20 apiece of current money to be paid to the sons at their respective ages of one and twenty years apiece and to the daughters at their respective ages of eighteen years apiece ….
I give and bequeath to my son Thomas Moore all my messuages lands tenements inns and hereditaments with their and every of their rights members and appurtenances whatsoever in the said County of Bucks or elsewhere (that is to say) As for and concerning my now dwelling house wherein I now dwell with the brewhouses malthouses barns stables outhouses orchards gardens backsides and appurtenances whatsoever
thereunto belonging with all the coppers furnaces vats barrels and kilderkins and all other vessels now or hereafter used with or leonging to
the said brehouse and malting houses …. for default to my said son John Moore …. for default to my said son Robert Moore …. and for default to my said son Francis Moore….
I give and bequeath to Anne Moore the wife of my said son John Moore £5 a year ….
I give and bequeath unto my sister in law Ann the wife of Hugh Harman 20s and to her daughter my goddaughter Mary the sum of 10s
I give and bequeath unto my sister in law Mary the wife of John Hawes 20s
I give unto the poor of Great Marlow the sum of £5
I give unto the poor of Bisham the sum of 20s
I give unto the poor of Beaconsfield where I was born the sum of 20s
The rest and residue of all my goods cattle chatells and personal estate unbequeathed my debts being paid and funerals and legacies discharged I give and bequeath unto my son Thomas Moore who I make and ordain full and sole executor

Proved by Thomas Moore 22 Feb 1654

1664 10 Oct Bap Katherine dau Robert Moore & Joanne [Doyley]

1671 21 Nov Will of Thomas Moore of Great Marlow gent
Body to be buried in the Parish Church of Great Marlow near to my father and mother
I give and bequeath to my kinsman James Fish all that plot of ground I purchased of John Webb called Acre Hanger in consideration of a legacy given by his grandfather
I give and bequeath to Samuel Fish 40s
I give and bequeath toJoane the daughter of Edward Fish deceased 50s
I give and bequeath to Thomas Lees son of John Lee and my kinswoman Anne his wife deceased twenty marks the year during the life of my executor Robert Moore to be paid yearly towards his education
I give unto the widow Harman £5 the year during her life
I give unto the widow Hawes 20s to buy a ring
I give to the poor of the parish of Great Marlow £10
I give unto Ralph Moore 20s to buy him a ring
I give unto his wife 20s to buy her a ring
I give unto his son Thomas Moore 20s to buy him a ring
All my estate goods chattels leases land houses and what else soever within the Kingdom of England which is not by me in these presents formerly bequeathed I give and bequeath unto my brother Robert Moore making him the full and sole executor of this my last will
Proved by Robert Moore 24 March 1672

1673 21 June Deed to declare uses of a fine and recovery D/CE/M/96
1) Robert Moore
2) Thomas Medlycott of Middle Temple gent
3) Winckles
Moore’s house and brewhouse in lower end of High Street, with barn and stable on west thereof and 3r adjoining between Thomas Emerson Esq’s land north west, Butt Close, the way to Goblin Pitts, and the Common Pound south west
The Black Boy, on west side of High Street, Goblins Pitts west, Richard Ingram north, house now annexed to Moor’s brewhouse south

1678 Poor Rate
Robert Fortune for the Wharf 28 months at 1s per month £1 8 0

1681 20 July Will of Robert Moore of Great Marlow gent
I give to the poor of the Parish of Great Marlow £10
I give towards the reparation of Great Marlow Bridge the sum of 5
I give to each of my servants which shall be living with me at the time of my decease 20s
I give to my brother in laws Laud Doyley Thomas Doyley Robert Doyley and Thomas Winckles severally the sum of 20s to buy each of them rings if they please
I give to my uncle Ralph Moore and to his sister my Aunt 20s apiece and to his son Thomas Moore 10s
And to my Aunt Hawes 20s
I give to my son in law Andrew Dominick and to Johane his wife 20s apiece to buy them rings
I give to my nephews Samuel Fish and Henry Fish the sum of £4 apiece
I give to Johane the daughter of my kinsman Edward Fish deceased the sum of 50s
I give unto Thomas Powell the son of Mary sister to my nephew Samuel Fish the sum of £10
I give and bequeath unto my loving wife Johane Moore All the goods and household stuff that are now in my possession or elsewhere that are undisposed of which were formerly the goods of John Langley her former husband deceased excepting all my other goods to my disposal by this my will I do further give unto my said wife one annuity or yearly rent of £40 per annum in case she live sole and unmarried and after her intermarriage only £30 per annum to be issuing and payable to the said Johane my wife and her assigns during the residue of the life out of all those my two farms with my land tenements and appurtenances thereto belonging called or known by the several names of Becking and Hooks situate lying and being in Great Marlow
I give unto my cousin Thomas Lee of Great Marlow aforesaid all that my messuage or tenement with the lands and appurtenances thereunto
belonging and therewithal used situate at Cookham in the County of Berks
I do hereby further will and appoint that my wife shall have the use of one room above stairs and likewise the use of the kitchen for the necessary occasions where I now live and the liberty of the Brewhouse and yard and freedom to go into the garden and orchard at all times
during the will and pleasure of my executor before the intermarriage of my daughter Katherine and for and during so long time after the intermarriage of my said daughter as my said daughter shall allow and no longer
I do give and bequeath unto my loving and dutiful daughter Katherine Moore all my rings jewels plate and ready money that shall be in my house at the time of my decease
I do hereby nominate and appoint Thomas Hobby late of Bisham Esq and Edward Baldwyn of Beaconsfield Esq and my wife Johane Moore to be executors of this my last will and testament to whom after my funeral debts and legacies paid I give and bequeath all my goods chattels and personal estate whatsoever
And also I do give and bequeath unto my said executoss Thomas Hobby Edward Baldwin and Johane Moore and their heirs all my messauges lands tenements and hereditaments whatsoever situate in Great Marlow aforesaid in trust nevertheless and to this intent and purpose only that my said executors shall dispose of my personal estate and also shall receive the rents issues and profits of all my said lands and tenements
whatsoever to the only use and behoof of my daughter Katherine until she shall be married or attain the age of one and twenty years And I do hereby appoint the said Thomas Hobby Edward Baldwin to be guardians of my said daughter until her marriage or age of one and twenty years as aforesaid And I do hereby desire my said daughter to be advised by her said guardians and by her mother (in the great affair of the disposal of herself in marriage) upon whose integrity I do very much rely

1681 28 Sept Inventory of Robert Moore gent of Great Marlow
In the Brewhouse one Copper 30 0 0
One Mash Tunn 8 0 0
One guile Tunn 2 0 0
Foure Coulers 8 0 0
One Leaden back and pump 15 0 0
Two trofes 2 10 0
One Floate 0 10 0
One….backe 2 0 0
Three standand one Peale 0 5 0

In the severall Inns of the said Mr Moores called the King’s Head,
the Bull’s Head, the Bare and the Crowne several tables bed
steads forms stools and other moveables 10 0 0

1681 30 Dec Probate of Will of Robert Moore of Great Marlow gent P.C.C.

1683 6 Nov James Etheridge m. Katherine Moore

1685 Poor rate
Robert Fortune for the Wharf £1 6 0

1686 22 Jan, Deed to Lead to Uses of a Fine D-CE/M128
1) Sir James Etheredge and Katharine his wife
2) George Bruere of the Middle Temple gent
Thomas Bigg of Chopping Wyoombe gent
3) Thomas Medlicott of Abington, Co. Oxon.,Esq
Laud Doyley of St.Paul Covent Garden. Co Midd. gent.

Etheredges to assure to Bruere and Bigg; property marked x to the use of Sir James; the residue to use of him and Katherine for life, and their children, and to use of Medlicott and Doyley for preserving the contingent remainders in the said children, during the lives of James and Katherine.
House-where Sir James lives, and la. plot adjacent Lady Etheredge’s house occupied Ralph Harman, NW, way to Goblins pits, SW, highway, E; and la. In The Ham, occupied Wm. Harman.
The Black Boy occupied R. Harman - Stephen Chase Esq., NW, K.Etheredge’s dwelling, S
The Crown - John Langley, E, late Roger Hayward, W
X And 2 half-acres on N side, in Meere Feild, occupied Peter Rivers.
X The Feathers, late occupied John Collins, now Francis Pagett.
X The Beare inn, occupied by Ric. Clarke, and 13a arable in the common fields
X The Bullhead inn, occupied John Clarke
8 a. arable in common fields -
½ a. - late John Langley, s. Henry Micklem, N, abutting land by Goodyers hedge, W.
la. – John Farmer, E, John Godfrey, W, abth. Millway, N, J. Crodfrey, S.
½ a. in Upper Furlong - late Mr J. Farmer, W, Lord Pagett, E, abtg. Dunmore, S.
3 half-acres - Mill garden hedge, S.
3 half-acres - W of Parsonage Elms-Chapple End road, and 3 half-acres E of this road
½ a. shooting on Ivens Field between J, Farmer and J. Langley
½ a. abtg. Road to Gallow Gate, near the gate, N, and late Thomas Langley, sr.,E.
The Greate House, and la. meadow behind, in High St. occupied Mr Andrew Dominick.
X The Kings Head inn, and l ½ a. close of pasture adj. 1 ½ a. meadow or pasture adj. Goblins pits or Aldermary Lakes, l ½ a, meadow in Wynch Mead. All occupied by Joane Pomfrett, widow.
Lady Croft als. Virgin Coppice in Pare Croft - 2a. wood, adjoining Hookes Ground. Gosnam Meade with Gosnam Ditch - 8a. meadow,
occupied Ric. Corteee. Amy croft - 11a. wood, “Beokett”, W & N, lane to Finamore, S, late John Brinckhurst, E.
8a. arable in Great Common Feild, occupied Roger Hayward
4a. in Middle Furlong - John Langley, dec'd,, E, Bottom Farm, now Burfords, W, N & S.. 2a. near Parsonage Elms - la. belonging to the
Bridge, occupied Hayward, shooting between them, late John Langley, E. & W. (See M. 113-9)
3a. arable in Great Common Feild - Bakers Path, N, Wm carter W, former parcel of Leymors Farm in Little Marlow, occupied R. Hayward.
(See M. 114-9.)
X 4a. arable in Great Common Feild, late the Tye Piece - Widow Eliz. Elyott, E & S, John Hearne's meadow near Goshenham Ditch, SW, Edw. Shanok and Anthony Turberfeld, esq., N & W. (3ee M. 115-9)
Lake of pasture - 3a. near The Ham. Court Feild, 26a.. The two Horse Leas and The Lakes - 9a. meadow and pasture. Aldermany Lakes -5a. meadow & pasture. Acrehanger (close) - 2a. arable, - Kingshold, occupied John Harmond, E, Gyles Durvall, W, abtg. West Street, S.
Schoolhouse Close - 2a. meadow or pasture, occupied Wm. Harmon, - West St.,N, Church Land, E, Aldermary Lakes, S, Bridgeland, W. (See M. 120-4)
X Noemans - 12p., on W of Oxford Lane, adj, Richard Langley'e orchard, W, occupied by Wm. Alce.
X The Courthouse, wharf, brewhouse, and 3a. close adj.
Property in Cookham, co. Berks.

1687 Poor rate
Mr Fortune for the Wharf at 1s 3d £1 15 0

1688 Poor rate
Mr Geary for the Wharf & premises at 1s 3d £2 0 0

1688 10 May Mortgage for £670 D-CE/M134
1) Etheredge
2) Appleton.
Tenement, brewhouse, wharf close, garden, etc. - 3a., former occupier Anne Moore, widow, now dec'd., since, Robert Fortune, now Richard Collins and Jasper Geary. Schedule of brewing vessels:- Copper, Marsh Tunn, Huile Tunn, leaden back, fower coolers, Two Troughs, One
Floate, One underback, Leaden liquor pump, Three stands, One Iron Peele.
Endorsed - Several receipts for interest and principle.

1689 Poor Rate Mr Geary for part of the Wharf 9d per month £1 8 0
John Stevens for the Wharf & house 1s per month £1 4 0

1690 Poor Rate Mr Geary for part of the Wharf 9d per month £1 8 0
John Stevens for the Wharf & house 1s per month £1 4 0

1691 Poor Rate for 28 months
Mr Geary or Jeremiah Goodchild for part of the Wharf at 9d per month £1 1s 0d
John Stevens for the house and part of the wharf at 1s per month
£1 8s 0d

1692 Poor Rate for 28 months
Mr Geary Jeremiah Goodchild & Cornelius Latemore for part of the Wharf at 9d per month 19s 6d
John Stevens for the wharf & house at 1s per month £1 8s 0d

1693 Poor Rate
Cornelius Latemore for the Brewhouse at 9d per month £1 4 0
John Stevens for the Wharf at 1s per month £1 12 0

1701 Poor Rate
Cornelius Latemore for the Brewhouse at 8d per month £1 4 0
John Stevens for the Wharf at 10d per month £1 10 0

1703 Poor Rate
Cornelius Latemore for the Brewhouse at 8d per month 18s 8d
John Stevens for the Wharf at 10d per month £1 15 0

1704 Poor rate
John Stevens for the Wharf at 10d per month £1 16 8
For the Brewhouse at ……

1705 Poor Rate 32 months
John Stevens for the Wharf at 10d per month £1 6s 8d
Mr Brewer for the Brewhouse at 6d per month 16s

1706 Poor Rate John Stevens for the Wharf at 10d per month £2 3 4
Mr Brewer for the Brewhouse at 6d per month £1 6 0

1715 16 Dec. Will of Cornelius Latemir of Great Marlow brewer
I give and bequeath to my four children (that is to say) to my son John Latemir Mary Latemir Ann Latemir and Dorathy Latemir to each of them one shilling together with my blessing desiring all of them to be dutiful and obedient to their mother and loving and kind to each other
I give and bequeath unto my loving wife Elizabeth Latemir all my messuages or cottages and premises to them belonging together with my
leases stocks in trade moneys goods chattels and all my personal estate whatsoever
I do hereby make declare and appoint my said loving wife Elizabeth Latemir my full and sole executrix
Probate 24 Feb 1716

1717 15 March
1) Sir James Etheridge
2) Sir John Guise of Rendcombe Glous
Let to Mr Samuel Manning and George Bruere Esq £81
Brewhouse and Wharf 4acres
In Common Fields 32 acres
Let (for 10 years yet to come) at £71 p.a. to be advanced £5, 2 years hence
Paine’s land 3 closes let to Mr Bruere at £10

1721 Marlow Church Plaque inside Church
Morris son of George Bruerre Armr. Born 5 March 1704, died 26 April 1721

1729 19 March Bond in £120. D-CE/M489
1)John Lattimore of Marlow, brewer
2)John Lacye of Maidenhead, hostler, to secure payment of £70
Re White Hart

1735 21 May Bargain and Sale D/CE/M/320
1) Sir John Guise of Reedcombe co Glous bart only son & heir of Sir John Guise late of
Elmore in the said County bart deceased
James Pitt of City of Gloucester gent
2) Sir William Clayton. Of Marden Co Surrey bart
All those the manors or reputed manors of Great Marlow and Harleyford
All that chief mansion or manor house of Great Marlow aforesaid commonly known or called by the name of Court House
And all wharfs brewhouses and hereditaments whatsoever thereunto belonging or therewith used situate lying and being in Great Marlow
aforesaid and now or late in the tenure or occupation of the said Lattimore
And all that close in Great Marlow aforesaid containing by estimation three acres be the same more or less lying and being behind the said mansion or manor house with all common fishing and commodities whatsoever thereunto belonging and also now or late in the tenure or
occupation of the saidLattimore [note in margin ‘now part of Roses’]

1735 2 August Will of Elizabeth Lattemore of Great Marlow widow
Dau Elizabeth wife of William Langley of Great Marlow mealman
Dau Mary Lattmore £200, all stock in trade, household goods, money, plate, rings wearing apparel
Dau Anne wife of James Howard of Great Marlow ropemaker £200
Remainder to son John Lattemore
Executor dau Mary Lattemore

1736 1 Dec Will of John Lattimer of Great Marlow brewer
Wife Mary
Freehold estate tanyard and other premises in parish of Bray Co Berks purchased of Ann Murden
Messuage or tenement malthouse and appurts situate in the town of Great Marlow Co Bucks which I lately purchased from John Saunders
Two messuages or tenements with appurts in West End of the said town of Great Marlow lately purchased from widow Howard and others and built thereon one new tenement
One other messuage or tenement all thereunto belonging which I lately purchased from Richard Webb
One other messuage or tenement with all thereunto belonging which I lately purchased from John Laws
Which said last mentioned tenements are situate in West End aforesaid
All those several messuages or tenements in Chappel End on the East side of the said Town of Great Marlow lately purchased from the said John Laws
Two messuages or tenements situate in Well End in said town of Great Marlow purchased from William Haychraft
One other cottage or tenement situate in Well End lately purchased from Robert Ewing and others
Three several messuages situate in Great Marlow near the Pound lately left me by the last will and testament of my mother Elizabeth Lattimer
Two messuages in Chepping Wycombe in a place called Back lane purchased from Edward Easly
Messuage or tenement in Burnham in occ Simon Southery
Messuage in Walgrave Co Berks in occ John Bassett
Executor wife Mary Lattimer
Proved 4 April 1744 by Mary Lattemore widow relict

1745 14/15 February Lease & Release D-CE/M487-8
1)Langley
2)Mary Lattemore of Marlow, widow.
Consideration £130.
The White Hart and brewhouse, occupied by Menday

1758 21 Oct Will of Daniel Lofting of Great Marlow gent
Brother William Lofting £10
Brother Benjamin Lofting £10
Brother Samuel Lofting £100 + all that messuage cottage or tenement wherein Richard Stevens now dwells situate in Oxford Lane
Godson John Rose son of Ralph Rose the elder of Little Marlow £50
Mrs Mary Latimer £5
Mary Holmes £5
Ralph Rose the younger of Great Marlow brewer all and every my messuages cottages lands tenements hereditaments and premises whatsoever and wheresoever and not herein before otherwise disposed of both freehold and leasehold situate lying and being in Great Marlow aforesaid

1761 10 October Counterpart Lease for 21 Years D-CE/M492
1)Mary Lattemore
2)Ralph Rose, jr., of Marlow, brewer.
The Duke's Head on north side of West Street, occupied by Elizabeth Wright, widow.
The White Hart on north side of Chapel End, occupied by John Dormer.
The Anchor in Cookham, occupied by Joseph Charters.
Rent £20. 10s.

1783 Land Tax Parish
Wm Clayton Esq Brewhouse & Wharf: Mr John Chark £5 4s 0d

1795 Land Tax Parish
Wm Clayton Esq for Wharf: Mr Williams £5 4s 0d

1800 Near this place lie interred the remains of Mr Ralph Rose and Mrs Sarah Rose his wife. She departed this life May 26th 1800 aged 63 years. He departed this life August the 30th 1800 aged 67 years.

1802 Poor Rate
John Clark house & workshops £1 8 0
Ditto for land at Red Pits £1 5 6
Ditto for part of Storehouse & wharf £1
Thomas Williams Esq for remainder part of Storehouse & Wharf £3

1804 8 Jan. Will of John Clark of Great Marlow carpenter
I give and devise my cottages or tenements with their appurtenances and all other my real estate in Great Marlow in the County of Bucks unto my wife Catherine for her life and from and after her decease I give and devise the same to my son John and his heirs and assigns
Children Catherine, John Thomas Henry and Elizabeth
Executors wife Sarah and Mr Richard Lovegrove

1804 Poor Rate
John Clark house & workshop now Wm Clark 1 1 0
Ditto for part of Storehouse & wharf now
The Commissioners of the Thames Navigation 1 0 0

1807 John Clark house & workshops 0 14 0
The Commissioners of the Thames Navigation
the part of Storehouse & wharf 1 0 0
O Williams Esq remainder part of Storehouse & Wharf 0 5 6

1831 Land Tax Parish
Owen Williams Esq: himself Wharf £5 4s 0d