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Presentments:  There are 68 documents in this set, most of them single sheets of paper; some of the others are bifolia, some little more than scraps of paper.  Two are small notebooks.  With the exception of the first item, from 1596, the date range for these documents is from 1632 to 1640.  The dates specified in these Presentments are all Sundays unless otherwise indicated.   NOTE: These modernised transcriptions are by Alan H Nelson.




  P92/SAV/521, bifolium.  1596 November 6.   

Jonas Crowcher husband to the said Elizabeth Crowcher did arrest him to the Borough Court and brought it to a jury, and then Cleabrough did remove it to Westminster.  Jonas then being pressed to sea with my Lord of Essex and Lord Admiral could not follow it, so Cleabrough recovered 8s more of him for damage. 
The presentment made by the Churchwardens and Sidemen this 6th November 1596 for the parish of St Saviours in Southwark. 
We present John Cleabrough for taking excess usury of Jonas Crowcher about £10 in the hundred
John Emerson Churchwarden
Edmund Nash Churchwarden
Robert Face Churchwarden
Godfrey Hayes Churchwarden
William Mee Sideman
Richard Scott Sideman
John Young Sideman

  P92/SAV/522, scrap of paper.  1632 July 8.   

July the 8th 1632
Thomas Pocock at the Wilderness having five men drinking in his house in time of divine service and refusing to open the door and that the master and mistress were at church so that the door could not be opened
John Bridges at the Malt Horse in Christopher Yard for having three men drinking in his house in the time of divine service
To present George Miller of the Upper Ground for disturbing the minister going up into the pulpit whilst the Psalm was singing as the common fame goeth
William Tench for sitting with his hat on in time of divine service

  P92/SAV/523, single sheet.  1632 May, June, September, November.   

Defaults made in divine services
John Matthews the 20th of May 1632 denying to open his doors
John Matthews the 23th of September 3 men drinking in his house
John Matthews the 30th of September for having 3 prentices in his house a drinking in divine services
^Edward Andrews^ the 20th of May, he at the Dog in the Close having 2 men a drinking in divine services
Presented the 10th of June 2 men a drinking in Mr Prior's house in the Close
^Robert Richardson^ he at the Tobacco Roll in Pepper Alley the 10th of June having 2 men a drinking in his house
John Tanner for having 5 men in his house the 9th of September
John Tanner the 23th for refusing to open his doors
John Tanner the 30th of September having 6 in his house
^Thomas Pocock^ he at the Wilderness the 30th of September for having 2 men a drinking in his house and at 2 other times denying to open his doors
By the
Mr Blandon at the George the 30th September denying to open his gate and making a scoff at the Churchwarden
1632 November 4:
John Banning at the Green Man in New Rents 2 men a drinking in time of divine service 4 November
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  P92/SAV/524, single sheet.  1632 June to November.   

The presentment of the Churchwardens and Sidemen of the parish of St Saviours in Southwark in the County of Surrey at the Visitation there holden the 12th day of November 1632
Boroughside
Imprimis we present Thomas Prior in the Close for having 2 men drinking in his house the 10th day of June being Sunday in the time of divine service
Item we present Mr Edwards vintner in the Close for having 6 persons drinking in his house the second day of September last being Sunday in the time of divine service
Bankside
Item we present Catherine Mallows innholder for having company drinking in her house the first day of July last being Sunday in time of divine service
Item we present William Watkins victualler for having company drinking in his house 2 several Sabbath days in time of divine service (vizt) the 5 of August last and the 19th of August last. 
Item we present David Forlonger victualler for having company drinking in his house the 7th of October last being Sunday in time of divine service
Item we present Marjorie Walton for entertaining of lewd company and keeping a house of bawdry as the common fame goeth
Item we present Ralph Tapps for keeping a disordered house and for entertaining lewd company into his house and keeping a house of bawdry as the common fame goeth
Item we present Richard Wright waterman for abusing the Churchwarden and Sidemen with vile speeches the 7th of October last. 
Item we pre
[Endorsed:] Note of presentments at the visitation 12 November 1632

  P92/SAV/525, single sheet.  1633 March to November.   

24 of March 1632 William Thompson at Church Door in the Close 3 men in his house in time of divine service being the Sabbath
7 of April 1633 John Fletcher 2 men in his house drinking in service time on Sabbath
14 April John Morris Bankside for landing a ferry a[t] Pepper Alley in divine service or sermon time
14 April John Sibley for having 5 or 6 persons in his house very loud in time of divine service And his wife defending it on Sabbath
19 May John Abbott victualler being the Sabbath for 1 man drinking in his house in service time
29 May Richard Slater vintner for 3 men drinking in his house in divine service or sermon time
16 June Robert Tilleson Pepper Alley for 3 persons in his house drinking in divine service time on the Sabbath day
and Arnold Edwards vintner for the like
John Matthew the same day and again 28 November
14 July Mr West for 2 or 3 men in his house in time of divine service or sermon on the Sabbath
14 July and David Rowley certain company in his house
11 August Mr John Tanner vintner for 3 men drinking in divine service time on Sabbath
11 August [Mr] Banning New Rents for selling beer out of doors to the next house for company in sermon time on the Sabbath
7 August Mr Jennings at the Kings Arms vintner for 3 persons in his house in divine service time a drinking being Sabbath
27 October the like
18 August John Lilly for 2 men drinking in time of divine service on the Sabbath
5 September Richard Smith in Horsehead Alley for having company drinking in divine service and bidding the Churchwardens do their worst
5 September Richard Baron victualler for the like
5 September Thomas Jarvis at the sign of Peters Head in Pepper Alley for having company drinking
27 October Henry Madgwick for company drinking
28 November widow Thompson in the New Rents

  P92/SAV/526, small bifolium.  1632 November; 1633 February to June.   

The presentment of the Sidemen of the Upper Ground presented the 5th of June 1633
Item we present Peter Peterson for having company in his house a drinking the 25th day of November 1632 being in divine service time
Item we found more company at Peter Petersons the 10th of February 1632 and we present him for it
Item we found company a drinking at Anthony Lillwells upholster the 10th of February in the time of divine service and we present him for it
Item we found company a drinking in service time the 10th of February at Henry Walletts victualler and we present them for it
Item we present John Hutchison for having company in his house a drinking the 3th of March 1632 in service time
Item [we] present William Sherlock and Overington Blundon for suffering their servants to work on the Sabbath day in service time
Item we present Thomas Allen for having company in his house a drinking the 12 of May 1633 in service to have
Item we present Edmund Platt for having company in his house a drinking the 12 of May 1633 in service time
Item we present Christopher Hutchison for having company in his house the 2th of June 1633 in divine service time
          these being all on the Sabbath day
                    [signed] Ricardus Grant

  P92/SAV/527, single sheet.  1633 April.   

The presentments of the Churchwardens and Sidemen, of the Clink Liberty, in the parish of St Saviours in Southwark
Item we present Margaret Bruton for adultery whereby she had a bastard by one John Lee, her husband being living as the common fame goes
Item we present David Price waterman for being a common drunkard as the fame goes
Item we present Hugh Taylor victualler for company being drinking in his house in the time of divine service the 7 of April. 
Item we present Peter Foukes waterman for abusing the Sidemen being in execution of their office the 7 of April
Item we present Lewis Watkins waterman for abusing the Sidemen and other of the officers with them being in execution of their office on Sunday the 28 of April. 
Item we present Robert Newman, and Elizabeth Worsley for a common fame of incontinency, and also by her own confession. 
Item we present Joan Dixon for  a common fame of  keeping a disordere and  suspicious  a house of bawdry as the common fame goes
Item we present Thomas Mallett for the like, as the common fame goes. 
[signed] Robert Clarke, Churchwarden
[signed] Philip Fillcox Sideman
[signed] Abraham Tew Sideman

  P92/SAV/528, single sheet.  1633 June 25.   

We the Churchwardens and Sidemen of the parish of St Saviours in Southwark in the County of Surrey whose names are subscribed do present Robert Newman of the aforesaid parish dyer for committing adultery and incest  committed  with Elizabeth Worsley of the same parish as the common fame goeth and as she the said Elizabeth hath openly confessed in the parish church of St Saviours aforesaid before the whole congregation there upon penance by her done for the same offence two several Sabbath days, subscribed under our hands the 25th day of June 1633. 
[verso]
Presentment Robert Newman Pro adultery and incest with Elizabeth Worsley

  P92/SAV/529, bifolium.  1633 March to December.   

A presentment made by the Churchwardens and Sidemen of the parish of St Saviours in Southwark in the County of Surrey the fifth day of December 1633 with answer to every article as near as we can to our knowledge
...
Touching the Parishioners
To the 1, 2, & 3 all is well. 
To the 4th we present the servant of Alice Callowhill of the Bankside waterman for working on the Sabbath day the 19 of May last
[fo. 1v]
Also we present John Morrice of the Bankside waterman for working on the Sabbath day the 14 of April last
...
Touching the Churchwardens and Swornmen
To the first we know none that taketh upon them the office until they be called, and we do orderly choose Churchwardens the 2 day of March according to the charter of our Corporation and ancient custom who do continue for one whole year
To the second we give up our yearly account on the 15 day after Easter according to our ancient custom
To the 3 & 4 all is well
To the 5th the parish being very great we know not who doth therein offend and there is no money taken of any
To the 6 7 8 9 10 11th all is well for anything we know to the contrary

  P92/SAV/530, bifolium.  1633 April to December.   

[Presentment in response to Articles]
...
          Touching the Parishioners
To the 1, 2, & 3 all is well. 
To the 4th we present the servant of Alice Callowhill of the Bankside a waterman for working in the Borough on the Sabbath day the 19th day of May last. 
Also we present John Morrice of the Bankside waterman for working in the Borough on the Sabbath day the 14th day of April last. 
To the 5 & 6 all is well. 
To the 7 we present Edward Kinred of the Upper Ground for not receiving the Holy Communion these 5 years. 
...
To the 16th we present William Tompson for having company drinking in his house on Sunday the 24th day of March last in the time of divine service. 
Also we present John Fletcher for the like offence on Sunday the 7 day of April last. 
Also we present John Abbot for having one man drinking in his house on Sunday the 19th day of May last in time of divine service. 
[fo. 1v]
Also we present Richard Slater vintner for having company drinking in his house on Sunday the 19th day of May last in time of divine service
Also we present Robert Tilleson in the Close near Pepper Alley for having company drinking in his house on Sunday the 16th day of June last in time of divine service
Also we present Arnoll [=Arnold] Edwards in the Close vintner for having company drinking his house the same 16th day of June being Sunday in time of divine service
Also we present John Matthew at the Cock and Hart for having company drinking in his house on the same 16 day of June being Sunday and also on Sunday 28 day of November last in time of divine service
Also we present David Rowley at the Rams Head for having company drinking in his house on Sunday the 14th day of July last in time of divine service
Also we present John Tanner vintner for having company drinking in his house on Sunday the 11th day of August last in time of divine service
Also we present John Jennings vintner for having company drinking in his house the 11th of August last being Sunday and also the 27 of October last being Sunday in time of divine service
Also we present John Lilly for having company drinking in his house on Sunday the 18th day of August last in time of divine service
Also we present Richard Smith in Horsehead Alley, Richard Baron at the Plow and Harrow, and Thomas Jarvis at the Peter's Head in Pepper Alley for having company drinking in their several houses on Sunday the 15th day of September last in time of divine service
Also we present Henry Madgwick at the Hare and Sun near the Park Gate for having company drinking in his house on Sunday the 27 of October last in time of divine service
Also we present John Banning in the New Rents for selling beer out of doors to the next house on Sunday the 11th day of August last in the sermon time
Upper Ground
Also we present Jeremy Cottrell for having company drinking in his house on Sunday the 20th day of October last, and also on Sunday the 17 day of November last, and also on Sunday the 9th December last in time of divine service
[fo. 2]
Also we present Rachel Maggots for selling of apples and fruit in the highways on the Sabbath day
To the 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 and 24 all is well for anything we know to the contrary
          Touching the Churchwardens and Swornmen
To the 1 we know none that take upon them any office until they be lawfully chosen and  we do orderly choose  our Churchwardens are always chosen  at  on the 2 day of March according to the charter of our Corporation and ancient custom who do continue for one whole year
To the 2 we give up our yearly accounts on the 15th day after Easter according to an ancient custom
...
To the 5th our parish being very great we know not who doth therein offend and there is no money taken of any
To the 6 7 8 9 10 & 11th all is well for anything we know to the contrary

  P92/SAV/531, single sheet.  1634 January, February, May.   

The Sunday before Chrismas Company drinking in the Tun[?] in Pepper Alley in the afternoon
19th January 1633.  Pecock that dwells at the Wilderness had company in the house  and would not open the doore 
David Rowley Company drinking hin his house in evening prayer time. 
Widow Lunne in the Churchyard the same time Company in her house
9th February 1633 Nicholas Barnes Company drinking in his house in evening prayer time
Mermaine Waker and Katherine White in the Close for incontinency. 
Also others for company drinking in their house in divine service on Sundays which are in Mr Powell's book. 
[cancelled]
Mr Chambers to be presented
King the smith in Foul Lane
Prior in the close 18 May 1634 for company drinking in his house
Also Maslyn for the like then

  P92/SAV/532, single sheet.  1634 May 4.   

Sunday the 4th of May 1634
We present Walter Perry for keeping of bowling in the time of divine service the foresaid day and diverse other Sabbath days. 
We present Jeremy Cottrell for having much company drinking in his house on the Sunday the 18 of May last in the time of divine service. 

  P92/SAV/533, bifolium.  1633/4 January to 1634 May.   

A presentment made by the Churchwardens and Sidemen of the Parish of St Saviours in Southwark in the County of Surrey [Tuesday] the 20th day of May 1634 with answer to every article as near as we can to our knowledge
          Touching the Church
To the 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 all is well, only our Register Book is not of parchment but is and always has been of good royal paper
To the 9th we present the wife of Robert Chambers of the Boroughside haberdasher of small wares for refusing to sit in the pew where she is placed by the Churchwardens and procuring a key to be made to the lock of that pew from whence she was removed without the leave of any of the Churchwardens and striving to sit there still having been by them warned to the contrary and placed in another decent pew
Also we present Richard King a smith dwelling in Foul Lane for making of a key to the lock of the said pew for the said Mrs Chambers without the leave of any of the Churchwardens and being also by some of them warned to the contrary
          To the 10th all is well
          Touching the Ministry, Service, and Sacraments
To the 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 all is well only our ministers do not catechize before divine service but instead thereof they turn their afternoon sermons on Sundays and holiday sermons into a catechizing manner of preaching
          Touching the Parish Clark and Sexton
To the 1 2 3 4 and 5th all is well only our Clark doth sometimes to ease our Ministers read prayers, church women, christen, and bury, being a [Deacon] and allowed so to do
[fo. 1v]
          Touching the Parishioners
To the 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15th all is well for aught we know to the contrary
To the 4 we present Henry Maslin who keeps the tavern in Pepper Alley for having company drinking in his house the Sunday before Christmas last in time of divine service
To the 16th we present Henry Maslin who keeps the tavern in Pepper Alley for having company drinking in his house the Sunday before Christmas last in time of divine service
Also we present Thomas Pocock victualler dwelling at the sign of the Wilderness  on the Boroughside  in the Borough for having company drinking in his house on Sunday the 19th day of January last in time of divine service
Also we present Davy Rowley victualler at the Ram's Head in the Borough for the like offence the same day
Also we present John Fletcher who married the widow Lunne in the Churchyard for the like offence the same day
Also we present Nicholas Barnes victualler in the Borough for the like offence on Sunday the 9th day of February last
Also we present Walter Perry of the Upper Ground for keeping of bowling in time of divine service on Sunday the 4th day of May last and diverse other Sundays
Also we present William Watkins in the Clink Liberty for having company drinking in his house on Easter day the 6 of April last in time of divine service
Also we present David Furlonger of the same Liberty for the like offence the same day and also abusing the officers the same day being in execution of their office
To the 17th we present Marjorie Walton for keeping and continuing a house of bawdry in the Clink Liberty as the common fame goes to the dishonor of God and ill example of others having been often heretofore presented for the same and yet no reformation had
Also we present Adam Pretty and his wife for keeping and continuing the like house of bawdry in the same Liberty as the common fame goes having also formerly been presented for the same and as yet no reformation had to the dishonor and ill example of others and great disparagement of officers who have formerly presented them
 Also we present David Forlonger for keeping the 
[fo. 2]
Also we present Mermaine Waker and Katherine White in the Close for incontinency together as the common fame goeth
Also we present [blank] [blank] late servants to Matthew Tart innkeeper for incontinency together as the common fame goeth
To the 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 all is well for anything we know to the contrary
 To the 24th we present David Furlonger for abusing the officers in executing their office 
          Touching the Churchwardens and Swornmen
To the 1 we know none of that take upon them any office until they be lawfully chosen and the Churchwardens of our parish are always chosen on the 2 day of March according to the charter of our Corporation and ancient custom who do continue for one whole year
To the 2 we give up our yearly accounts on the 15th day after Easter according to an ancient custom
To the 3 and 4 all is well
To the 5 our parish being great and parishioners  being  very many we know not who do offend therein and there is no money taken of any
To the 6 7 8 9 10 and 11 all is well for ought we know to the contrary
[Endorsed:] Presentments of the Bishops visitation held 20 May 1634

  P92/SAV/534, bifolium.  1634 May to December.   

A presentment made by the Churchwardens and Sidemen of the parish of St Saviours in Southwark in the County of Surrey [Tuesday] the 9th day of December 1634 with answer to every article as near as they can to their knowledge
          Touching the church
To the 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 all is well only our Register Book is not of parchment but is and always hath been of good royal paper
          Touching the Ministry, Service, and Sacraments
To the 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 all is well only our ministers do not catechize before divine service but instead thereof they turn their afternoon sermons on Sundays and holiday sermons into a catechizing matter of preaching
...
          Touching Schoolmasters
...
          Touching the Parish Clark and Sexton
To the 1 2 3 4 5 all is well only our Clark doth sometimes, to ease our ministers, read prayer, church women, christen, bury, and marry, being a  deacon  minister and allowed so to do
          Touching Parishioners
          To the 1 2 3 all is well
Clink Liberty
To the 4 we present Robert Parker cook for working in time of divine prayer the 8th of June last being Sunday
[In left margin:]  Mr Nicholson hath (undeciphered) in thother side
To the 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 all is well for ought we know to the contrary
[In left margin:]  Clink Liberty
To the 17 we present Richard Dowsee and Elizabeth Baskerfeild for incontinency together the said Elizabeth having had a bastard by the said Richard as the common fame goes
[In left margin:]  Henry Magwick & [blank] for incontinency
Item we present Jerome Holmes and Katherine Young for incontinency together as the common fame goes
[In left margin:]  [...] Vaughan & [blank] for incontinency
Item we present Nicholas Hendrick and Margaret Meade for living incontinent together as the common fame goes
Item we present John Clear and Alice Watson for incontinency together and having a bastard as the common fame goes
[fo. 1v]
Item we present Elizabeth Pindlebery for keeping a house of bawdry as the common fame goes
[In left margin:]  this to come in on the other side
[In left margin:]  Boroughside
To the 16 we present John Jennings vintner at the Kings Arms at St Margaret's Hill for having company drinking in his house the 13 of July last being Sunday in the time of divine service namely Richard Seawell at St Margaret's Hill Counter-keeper and his wife, and one Doble's wife in Foul Lane being parishioners whom we also present for being then there
Also we present the said John Jennings for denying to open his doors in time of divine service on Sunday the 24th day of August last whom we suspect to have company then drinking in his house
Also we present the said John Jennings for having company drunk in his house in time of divine service on Sunday the 23 of November last
Also we present the said John Jennings for having company drinking in his house 19 October last being Sunday in time of divine service and denying then to open his door to the Churchwardens and other officers
Item we present John Tanner vintner at the Mermaid for having parishioners drinking in his house in time of divine service the 13 of July last being Sunday namely Thomas Wright of the Close dyer, Anthony Ashfield and Christopher Jones both of the Upper Ground, whom we also present for being then there
Item we present Thomas Prior in the Close victualler for having 5 or 6 persons drinking in his house the 13th of July last being Sunday in time of divine service
Also we present the said Thomas Prior for having company drinking in his house on Sunday the 19th of October last in time of divine service one of which company was John Gregory a parishioner whom we also present for being then there
Item we present Matthew Tart innkeeper at the White Hart for having 6 persons drinking in his house the 13th of July last being Sunday in time of divine service whereof one was Henry Stanton a carman of this parish whom we also present for being then there
Also we present the said Matthew Tart for having 5 or 6 persons drinking in his house in time of divine service on Sunday, 24 August last
Also we present the said Matthew Tart for having company drinking in his cellar in time of divine service on Sunday the 14 of September last and for locking the chamber door then and denying to open the same, two persons being there then by his own confession
Item we present Theodore Collins vintner for having company drinking in his house in time of divine service on Sunday the 13 of July last and denying then to open his door
[fo. 2]
Also we present the said Theodore Collins for denying to open his door in time of divine service on Sunday the 19 of October last we suspecting company to be then drinking in his house
Item we present Henry Blundle innkeeper at the George for having 2 or 3 persons drinking in his house in time of divine service on Sunday the 13 of July last
Also we present the said Henry Blundle for denying to open his door in time of divine service on Sunday the 24 of August last we suspecting company to be then there drinking
Item we present Paris Vandew at St Margaret's Hill victualler for having company drinking in his house in time of divine service on Sunday the 13 of July last and denying then to open the door
Item we present Richard Bright at the Sun Tavern in Pepper Alley for denying to open his door to the Churchwardens and other officers in time of divine service on Sunday the 13 of July last
Item we present John Abbott victualler at the Three Mariners at Fishmonger Alley Gate for denying to open his doors to the Churchwardens and other officers on Sunday the 13 of July last in time of divine service
Item we present Nicholas Jarvis victualler Pepper Alley for having company drinking in his house in time of divine service on Sunday the 24 of August last
Item we present the said Nicholas Jarvis for having 5 or 6 men drinking in his house in time of divine service on Sunday the 23 of November last
Item we present George Baldwin innkeeper at the Kings Head for having company drinking in his house in time of divine service on Sunday the 24 of August last whereof one was Mr Sanden the younger a shoemaker of this parish whom we also present for being then there
Item we present William Webb a cook at St Margaret's Hill for having company drinking in his house in time of divine service on Sunday the 24 of August last
Item we present Thomas Jermen in the Close for the like offence the same day
Item we present John Banning victualler in New Rents for the like offence the same time
Item we present John Martyn victualler in Foul Lane for the like offence the same time
Item we present David Rowley at the Boar's Head victualler for the like offence in time of divine service on Sunday the 19th of October last
Item we present William Nowell vintner at the Black Bull for having 2 persons drinking in his house in time of divine service on Sunday the 24 of August last whereof one was John Matthew innkeeper at the Cock and Hart in this parish whom we also present for being then there
[fo. 2v]
Item we present the widow Robinson in Horsehead Alley for serving beer in time of divine service on Sunday the 24 of August her cellar door being then wide open
Item we present George Woodcock in the Close victualler for denying to open his door to the Churchwardens and other officers in time of divine service on Sunday the 14 of September last there being one woman there let out of the house
Item we present Robert Tilletson in the Close for having 6 men drinking in his house in time of divine service on Sunday the 14 of September last
Item we present Ann Allen widow at the Frying Pan in Frying Pan Alley for having one man the same day in time of divine service drinking in her house
Item we present John Fletcher in the Churchyard for having 2 persons drinking in his house the same day in time of divine service
Item we present George Idell victualler at the going into Pepper Alley for having 2 men drinking in his house in time of divine service on Sunday the 23 of November last
Item we present John Chithen at the Two Brewers amongst the butchers for having his brother and sister drinking in his house in time of divine service the same day
[In left margin:]  Clink Liberty
Item we present Nicholas Witherhead vintner for having company drinking in his house in time of divine prayer on Sunday the 29 of June last
Also we present Francis Hatred victualler for the like offence the same time
Also we present Michael Welsh vintner for the like offence on Sunday the 27 of July last
Also we present John Batterton victualler for the like offence on Sunday the 17 of August last
Also we present Peter Nightingale victualler for the like offence on Sunday the 7 of September last
Also we present William  Launghton  Lawton victualler for the like offence the same time
[In left margin:]  Paris Garden Liberty
Item we present Richard House victualler for having company drinking in his house in time of divine prayer on Sunday the 25 of May last and again on Sunday the 7th of September last
To the 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 all is well for aught we know to the contrary
          Touching the Churchwardens and Swornmen
...

  P92/SAV/535, scrap of paper.  1635 May to July.   

Thomas Goodhead victualler of the parish of St Saviors having 4 men drinking in his house upon Trinity Sunday 1635 in time of divine service being the 24th May
John Vayne at the Black Raven in Southwark having 3 waterman drinking as before the 5th July

  P92/SAV/536, scrap of paper.  1634/5 January, February.   

          January 11th 1634 Mr Thomas Prior in the Close for company drinking in his house
Nicholas Jarvis the victualler at Pepper Alley stands suspected because the [=he] stood at the door within and would not speak nor open his doors
The widow Taylor at the Ram at the Mealmarket for having Walter Maskell the butcher and Philip Bullin the butcher both dwelling in Goat Yard
The Thomas Rodman at the Cock in the New Rents for having 7 men drinking in his house
John Fletcher [in] the house that was Marks's in the Churchyard for having company drink[ing]
February 8th 1634 Mr Thomas Prior in the Close for having company shut up in a room and denying to open the door
 the  Richard Slater victualler in the Close  by   young   Mr Lanmans  suspected for that they would not open their doors nor make answer being in the house  Lanman & his son   young junior  suspected for being there
[fo. 1v]
Nicholas Jarvis  there  at the Peters Head in Pepper Alley to having a company of women in his house
John Pickering  there  who lately dwelt at Black Raven for having a company of 6 or 7 in his house
 Mr  Richard Barnes for having company eating and drinking in his house
Nicholas Jarvis February the 22 at the Peters Head for denying search for denying to open doors

  P92/SAV/537, small notebook.  1635 January.   

[fo. 1]
Sunday the 11th of January 1634
At Humphrey Simmons who dwelt at the Dolphin backside of the Counter for having of company in his house in divine service
Thomas Mason who dwelt at the house where John Moco did dwell for having company in his house in divine service
William Plumridges house for having company in divine service
[fo. 1v]
Sunday the 8th of February William Plumside for  him  denying for to open the door the key being in the door
Sunday the 8th of February 1634 John Jennings house for denying for to open the kitchen door, we being told there was company there at the Kings Arms at Sunday in divine service
[fo. 2]
Sunday the 22th February 1634 at John Jennings house being the Kings Arms tavern at St Margaret's Hill for denying for to open the kitchen door company being there and the boy  opening  shutting the door in my own sight
At Edward Morris house in Soap Yard a private house for having company in her house denying for to open the door in the Soap Yard a porter
At widow Thompson house at the Harrow  in Dead Man's Place  for having one man and a woman in divine service
[fo. 2v]
More one found the 22 of February 1634 at Mr Booth's house a chandler next to Bullmer's house serving beer and bread in divine service
More the same day at the Corner House in Dead Man's Place over against widow Thompson house at the sign of the Harrow
House being a private house for being at cards in divine service

  P92/SAV/538, single sheet.  1634 December to 1635 June.   

Presentments for the Clink Liberty
We present Anthony Misker victualler for keeping his chamber door locked and refusing to let the officers in we suspecting company to be there drinking the 14th of December being Sunday in divine prayer time
We present George Gwilliams and Alice Lee for living as man and wife and not married as the common report goeth, also we present the said George Gwilliams and Alice Lee for keeping a house of bawdry as the common report goeth
We present Edward Tenant victualler for refusing to open their doors the 21 of June 1635 being Sunday  we  in divine prayer time we suspecting company to be there drinking
We present Margaret Meade for living incontinently with one Nicholas Hendrick as the common report goeth who having been formerly presented for the same and doth now stand excommunicated yet doth continue in the same to the great dishonor of God and scandal of the place where she liveth
[fo. 1v]
We present Richard Ditcher waterman for living in the foul sin of incest with Elizabeth Hulbeard his now wife, because that he the said Richard Ditcher was formerly married unto one Katherine Caine a widow who was the natural and lawful sister of the said Elizabeth Halberd as the common fame goeth

  P92/SAV/539, single sheet.  1634 April to 1635 July.   

          A note of the presentments in the Liberty of Old Paris Garden since Easter 1634
Imprimis we present Thomas Atkinson waterman for a recusant, Thomas Thinne for the like
John Whitehead and Margery Manwaring for incontinency
William George vintner for keeping his doors open the 12 of July 1635 in the time of divine service in the afternoon
Thomas Godman waterman continual working upon the Sabbath days
Hugh Meredith for the like offence
Thomas Watson
James Kow

  P92/SAV/540, single sheet.  1635 July to October.   

          Clink Liberty 1635
[In left margin:]  19th July
We present Robert Mayman victualler for having company drinking in his house in divine service time
We present John Clifton victualler for having company drinking in his house on Sunday the 19th of July in divine service time
We present Anthony's Scarll victualler for having company in his house drinking on Sunday the 20th of September in divine service time
We present Thomas Wadlow for a popish recusant and for not coming to church
We present John Finch for a popish recusant in and for not coming to church
[John] Watkins victualler for the like offence 25 October last

  P92/SAV/541, bifolium.  1635 August to November.   

1635
Item we present in the Liberty of Old Paris Garden these parties following
Imprimis we present Bridget Hanshaw upon a common fame of incontinency together with one John Taylor bargeman and we found them in a uncivil manner together on the 16 of August being Sunday in time of divine service
Item we present John Hutchinson victualler for having company in his house the 30 of August being Sunday in time of divine service
Item we present William Carter and Catherine his wife for not coming to church in a whole month last past
Item we present Rachel Maggots for not coming to church for the space of three months together last past
Item we present Thomas Atkinson and his wife Prudence for not coming to church for the space of three months together last past
Item we present Thomas Allen for abusing the King's Constable being in execution of his office and the rest of the officers and swearing by the Lord's wounds that if that he had been there he would have thrown a shit-pot on their heads the 22 of November being Sunday
Item we present John Smith, Anthony Richardson, James Parrey, Thomas Godman, for continual working on the Sabbath days

  P92/SAV/542, single sheet.  1635 August to December.   

Item we present John Fletcher next the Bull Head tavern for having company drinking in his house on Sunday 23 of August and Sunday 6 December in time of divine service she keeping a very disorderly house
Item we present John Abbott at the Three Mariners next Fishmonger Alley for the like offence the same day
Item we present Robert Tilleson in the Close for having company drinking in his house on Sunday the 27 September in time of divine service and for giving ill language at the same time
Item we present Owen Jones in Ship Yard for having company drinking in his house several Sundays in time of divine service vizt the 27 of September last, the 25 of October, 6  November  December forenoon and afternoon
Item we present Andrew Lucas living in Axe Yard and a servant of his whose name we know not for being drinking in the house of the said Owen Jones on the said 6 of December in time of divine service
Item we present Thomas Langley ^ being tapster to John Dupper ^  having  suffering company drinking in the house next Mr Deputy Hayman's on Sunday 6 December in time of divine service
Item we present Elias Brown at the Roebuck near the Mealmarket for having 2 men drinking in his house Sunday 6 December in time of divine service
Item we present John Jennings at the Kings Arms at St Margaret Hill for having company drinking 27 September and 6 December for denying to open his doors 6 December last we suspecting company then in his house and seeing some come out of the same he being within and giving ill language and having been diverse times formerly presented and no reformation as yet
[verso]
Item we present Richard Barnes at the Plow and Harrow for having company drinking in his house Sunday 23 August and 2 men and a woman drinking in his house on Sunday the 6 December in time of divine service
23 August Richard Barnes for company drinking in his house
John Tanner the same day for having 2 drinking in his house
Thomas Price in Frying Pan Alley for the like offence
27 September William Harvey in Waverley House for having company drinking in his house
Henry Kidd the bellman on the backside of the Counter for the like offence
John Jennings the like offence same day
John Fletcher next the Bull Head for the like offence
Henry Magwick the like offence the same day

  P92/SAV/543, single sheet.  1636 April to 1636/7 January.   

William Selby
Sicily Fuller
L. Mee's house behind the Counter
A child christened last week by a Brownist privately
Mr Hiland
Mrs Wiscott
John Hands butcher from April May June July and ever since, for  making  using a slaughterhouse in Chain Gate being forewarned because of the annoyance of the Church Way
17 July 1636 Edward Bulmer victualler being at home and usually selling drink in divine service and sermon times out of his doors being demanded of the Churchwardens why he was not at church answered, What had they to do with the same, and other churlish speeches
[fo. 1v]
these to be presented
22th January 1636
January 22 William Waters in Pepper Alley taken in John Jarvis house
widow Mary Hayward
Taken in John Vane house in time of divine service 5 persons
John Dodaway in Falcon Court
Ottawell Bowers at the Kings Bench
being in a tavern at John Wheatly's house in service time in the afternoon

  P92/SAV/544, single sheet.  1635/6 January, February to 1636 May.   

      10 January
Thomas Prior victualler in the Close for having 3 young men in his house in time of divine service
Owen Jones victualler for having 2 men and 1 woman in his house in time of divine service and again 28 February 3 men and a boy
Thomas Wilkinson at the Boar's Head for having 4 men in his house in time of divine service
Humphrey Periall servant to Nicholas Periall a waterman on the Bankside for working at Pepper Alley Stairs on Sunday 10 of January
William Fothergill a victualler at the Wheat Sheaf for having a woman in his house the same day
Wallace at the Kin
John Vane victualler at the Black Raven 31 January for having 2 young man in his house in time of divine service
Henry Stanton a private house in Fishmonger Alley for having company drinking in his house in time of divine service namely Thomas Brooks, Oliver Spark, John Morton, and others
John Matthews at the Cock and Hart for having 2 persons in is house the same day in time of divine prayer
more behind
[In left margin:]  Bankside 10 January
Thomas Stoddard victualler for having company drinking in his house etc. 
Michael Welch vintner for company drinking the same time
          24 January
Ralph Tapps for having company drinking etc. 
          29 May
Francis Hartred for having company drinking
          28 February
[In left margin:]  Boroughside
John Martin Two Brewers in Foul Lane 2 men and a boy
Thomas Pocock for 6 men drinking in his house
John Bridges victualler in Christopher Yard  at the Collier and Sac  for selling beer out of doors at time of divine service
William Nowell vintner for 3 men in his house

  P92/SAV/545, scrap of paper.  1636 June to November.   

          5 June 1636
Goody Markes
 Ed.  Harberd for a fame 
John  Wheatley  ^Wicliff^ vintner 3 men and a maid drinking in his house in time of service
[fo. 1v]
          28 August 1636
William Plumridge entertaining a man and a woman in time of service at breakfast

  P92/SAV/546, scrap of paper.  1636 November 27.   

          27th of November 1636
In the afternoon in the service time Thomas Priors in the Close we found 3 men and a woman a drinking

  P92/SAV/547, scrap of paper.  1636/7 January 29.   

          29 January 1636
Ann Deane for having company in her house in service time being a man and woman
William Plumridge for 2 men and 1 woman a drinking in his house
Isaac Joyce for 2 men drinking in his house in divine service in the afternoon

  P92/SAV/548, scrap of paper.  1636/7 January 8.   

          the 8 January 1636
          in our search in service time
in widow Bretts home being an alehouse John Davis and 2 strangers
Mr George White a vintner at the Globe for having one Richard Sharp in his house
Peter Nightengale 2 women
Thomas Cliffen an alehouse at the Goat 5 in his house
Mr Cates  at the sign of the 
Mr William Gille had 2 men in his [house] in service time

  P92/SAV/549, scrap of paper.  1636/7 January 30.   

Robert Moore in the Close and Sibyl Stevens for incontinency and having a child being never married
Samuel Hilliard and [blank] Wescott for not coming to church and being Brownists as the common fame goes
          the man's name
A child born in the house of Edward Harvey grocer and baptized privately  he being a Brownist  without the knowledge of the Minister and by what Minister we cannot learn
          Lawrence Foden
Endorsed: 30 January 1636

  P92/SAV/550, bifolium.  1636 June to 1636/7 February.   

A presentment made by the Churchwardens and Sidemen of St Saviours in Southwark at the visitation there holden [Monday] the 6 of February 1636 as followeth
[In left margin:]  Boroughside
Imprimis we present John Wicliffe vintner for having 3 men and a maid drinking in his house in time of divine service on Sunday 5 June 1636
Item we present Thomas Prior in the Close victualler for having 3 men and a woman drinking in his house in time of divine service 27 November 1636 being Sunday
Item we present Nicholas Jarvis dwelling in the Close for suffering William Waters dwelling in Pepper Alley and another strange man to drink in his house Sunday 22 January last in time of divine service and also the said Waters for being then there
Imprimis John Vane at the Black Raven for having 5 persons drinking in his house the same time
Item etc.  John Wickliffe vintner for having the same time Ottaway Bowers of St George and John Dodaway in Falcon Court drink in his house, and the said Bowers and Dodaway for being then there drinking
Item John Mee victualler for having the same time a man and a woman drink in his house
Item &c.  Isaac Joyce at the Bottle for having 2 men drink in his house 29 January last in time of divine service
Item &c Ann Deane in the Bull Churchyard for having a man and a woman the same time drinking in her house
Item William Plumridge in Fishmonger Alley 2 men had a woman the same time
Item we present John Hands butcher for using of a slaughterhouse annoying to the Church Way within the Churchyard at Chain Gate from April last two this present time to the great annoyance of the passengers the blood and filth running there into the canal in the Churchyard and Church Way
Item &c.  Edward Bulmer victualler for selling drink out of doors many times on Sundays in time of divine service and many times on Sundays for absenting himself from Church and also giving ill language to the Churchwardens [undeciphered] wishing him to reform the same
[fo. 1v]
[In left margin:]  Bankside
Item &c.  widow Brunt victualler dwelling near Dead Man's Place for having John Davis of the same parish and 2 strangers drinking in her house 8 January last in time of divine service and also the said John Davis so being then there and for giving of ill language then to the Churchwardens and Sidemen
Item &c.  George White vintner at the Globe for being the same time at home himself and having one Richard Sharp his neighbor drinking with him in time of divine service and the said White for giving of ill language then to the Churchwardens advising him then to take better courses
Item &c.  Peter Nightingale victualler for having 2 women the same time drinking in his house
Item &c.  Thomas Clifton victualler at the Goat for having the same time 2 men drinking in his house
Item Katherine Erwin victualler for having diverse persons drinking in her house 5 February 1636 in time of divine service and one Thomas Waite a butcher her son-in-law for giving ill language then and abusing the officers. 
Item &c.  George Page victualler for having the same time 6 persons drinking in his house
Item &c.  William Watkins victualler for having 1 man and 2 women the same time drinking is house
Item William Gill victualler at the Elephant for having 8 January 1636 2 men drinking in his house in time of divine service
[In left margin:]  Paris Garden
Item &c.  John Barnes and Elizabeth Cook widow for incontinency together and having a child as the common fame goeth
Item &c.  William Crosse and Judith Green for incontinency together and having a child as the common fame goeth
[In left margin:]  Boroughside
Also we present Chester Harrison and Joan his wife for common drunkards, grievous blasphemers, and taking God's name in vain by cursing and swearing, and for continual abusing their neighbors as the common fame goeth
[fo. 2]
Also we present Margaret Hossington the wife of Simon Hossington for being a great blasphemer and backbiter as the common fame goeth
Also Ann Mushew for a common drunkard and for never going to church as the common fame goeth
Also Ann Crosse for a common swearer and an ill liver as the common fame goeth
This is a copy of the presentment but in some places the presentment is set down more at large and the names to it are these
Francis Grove
John Crowder
Thomas Butler
Thomas Harvard
Evan Owen
Thomas Allen
          Churchwardens
John Lilly
Thomas Townsend
and
Robert Aylwin as I take it
          Sidemen
[Endorsed:] Presentment at the Visitation 6 February 1636 / Archdeacon's Visitation

  P92/SAV/551, small bifolium.  1637 April to May.   

          The 9th of April being Easterday 1637
Imprimis: we present William Sparshot victualler for having company in his house in time of divine service
Item we present Sibyl Robinson  the wife of John Robinson  the same day for the like offence
Item William Gill the same day for the like offence
Item Thomas Clifton the same day for the like offence
Item William Perrine the same day for resisting the officers by his servant, not suffering them in time of divine service, to see what company were in his house
                    All victuallers
          The 7th of May 1637
Imprimis we present George White for having company in his house in time of divine service
Item widow Erwine the same day for the like offence
          both victuallers
Imprimis we present Richard Dichar for marrying his wife's sister
Item we present Elizabeth Hulbert for marrying of her sister's husband
[fo. 1v]
Item we present Anthony Scarle for keeping a house of bawdry as the common fame goeth
Item we present Elizabeth White for having a bastard child by Robert Burton both married people
[fo. 2v]
          Clink Liberty
Sidemen:
Joseph Muston
George Ware

  P92/SAV/552, single sheet.  1637 April.   

          Sunday 16 April 1637
                Victualler at Black Raven
Denby Valentine at the Raven for having in his house 4 persons drinking in time of this service or sermon
[In left margin:]  16 April
Thomas Goodham for the like victualler
          Robert Lowell Margaret's Hill for the like vintner
Robert Campion victualler at Harrow for the like
Will Wright butcher for selling meat on 16 April the Sabbath
30 April being Sunday Dorothy Dowling at the Ram victualler for having 2 persons in service or sermon time

  P92/SAV/553, single sheet.  1637 August to November.   

1637
          A note of the presentments for the Clink Liberty
August 6th
Imprimis we present Robert Burton for having a bastard child by Elizabeth White  he being a married man 
Item we present Elizabeth White for the like offence both married as the common fame goeth
[In left margin:]  October 8
Item we present John Cole for having a bastard child by Mary Wilkinson
Item we present Mary Wilkinson for the like offence as a common fame goeth
Item we present [blank] Dyoce victualler at the Green Dragon for having company drinking in her house in time of divine service 8 October Sunday
Item we present Anthony Scarle victualler at the Ship for the like offence the same day
[In left margin:]  November 12
Item we present William Sparshot for having company drinking in his house in divine service at the Dog and Bear in Maid Lane

  P92/SAV/554, single sheet.  1637 June to December.   

          Visitation 5 December 1637
John Wickliffe at Kings Arms vintner 11 June 1637 being Sunday having 7 persons in his house in service or sermon time
George Woodcock in the Close 11 June 1637 being Sunday having 2 persons in his house in service or sermon time
9 of July 1637 being Sunday Henry Maggot victualler at the Park Gate for having 4 persons in service time
9 July 1637 Danby Valentine victualler Black Raven for having 4 persons in his house drinking in the time of service being Sunday
23 July 1637 being Sunday Thomas Wilkinson at the Boar's Head having 3 men in his house being service time
23 July John Johnson and Boar's Head Alley being Wilkin's house in service time being Sunday
and Clement Potts in the same house the same time dwelling in Ship Yard
and John Dennis in Ship Yard there the same day and time in Wilkins house
23 July 1617 being Sunday John Hopkins in Chain Gate having 2 man in his house in service time
23 July John West butcher for his man driving of sheep through the street being Sunday in service time
20 August 1637 being Sunday William Campion victualler at Harrow in New Rents for having one person in his house in service time
20 August Thomas Radman a Chandler in New Rents for having 6 persons in his house in service time
29 October 1637 Benjamin Cowdrey vintner at Bull for having 6 persons in service time drinking being Sunday
29 of October Edward Spencer victualler behind the Counter for having 3 persons in service time
Item we present Arthur Collins gentleman for making a noise and misbehaving himself in his pew in time of divine service and sermon
[fo. 1v]
19 of November 1637 William Taylor vintner Three Tuns for having two persons in his house in service time being Sunday
19 November 1637 Richard Slater vintner in the Close for he and his people refusing to open his door to the Churchwarden and other officers they seeing one to go into his house but a little before they came to the door
19 November Millicent Fletcher in Churchyard for having 3 men in her house in service time being Sunday
19  November  whereof Richard Rider in Angel Yard was one and to be presented to the other we know not but one of them was a lodger as they said
19 November For having 2 persons in his house in Fishmonger Alley in service time being Sunday
Item we present Ann Denne lying at the widow Fletcher's for incontinency having a bastard by one unknown to us as a common fame goeth
Item we present William Sherlock the younger for climbing over and sitting in the foremost pew in one of the galleries and disturbing the service there he being warned by the Churchwardens to the contrary

  P92/SAV/555: there is no document with this number.     


  P92/SAV/556, single sheet.  1638 April 29.   

We present Jacob Wood victualler for having company drinking in his house in service time the 29th of April 1638
We present Isabel Hill the late wife of Andrew Hill for having a bastard child by John Hare deceased
We present Elizabeth Dyas the wife of Thomas Dyas  for keeping ill company  for a common fame as the common report goeth
[signed] John Hancock
[signed] George Ware
[signed] Joseph Muston

  P92/SAV/557, single sheet.  1637/8 January, February.   

18 January 1637 Benjamin Cowdrey at the Black Bull vintner for causing the parish bell to be tolled for his wife she being well as Mr Daggett saith
11 February being Sabbath day Mr Taylor vintner of at Three Tuns for having 6 persons in his house in time of service
11 February 1637 William Tallentire victualler for having 3 persons in his house drinking in the service time
11 February Widow Rebecca Seawell victualler for having 2 persons that her house drinking in time of divine service
11 February [...] Tharp 2 Brewers in Foul Lane for the like
John Vane a married man for having a child by Sarah [blank] a singlewoman as the common fame goeth
Amy Brown lying  a singlewoman  at the Reindeer  Buck  for having a bastard as the common fame goeth by one Richard Wood a seaman
Mary Belgrave lately lying in Castle Alley at the house of George Sprote for having a bastard by James Tinckner of South Lambeth

  P92/SAV/558, single sheet.  1637 December to 1638 April.   

1638
Presentments made by the Churchwarden and Sidemen of the Liberty of Old Parish Garden 1638
Inprimis we present Thomas Atkinson waterman being a recusant and not going to church
Item we present William Sermon victualler for having company a drinking in his house in the time of divine service the 17th of December being Sunday 1637
Item we present Richard Bird vintner for having company a drinking in his house in the time of divine service the fourth February being Sunday 1637
Item we present William George vintner for serving of wine at his house and sending his servant to ate[nd on] his own guest at Goodwife Watson's house in [the time o]f divine service the 15th of April being [Sunday]
Item we present Elizabeth Watson for receiving of Mr George his guest into her house to sit there a drinking in the time of divine service the 15th of April being Sunday 1638
Item we present German Cotterell victualler for having company a drinking in his house in the time of divine service the 15th of April being Sunday 1638
[signed] James How
[signed] Ralph Johnson
[signed] Thomas Price

  P92/SAV/559, bifolium.  1638 May to November.   

We present Mrs Tenant victualler at the George for having a man and a woman lock [sic] in a chamber together the man's wife asked for her husband and she denied him [Thursday] the 31 of May
The 3 of June being Sunday in prayer time  Robert Hareson and  Peter Nightengale for having company in their house a drinking
The 17 of June being Sunday in prayer time George Page, Michael Welch, and Peter Nightingale for having company in their house drinking
The 8 of July being Sunday in prayer time William Parrington William Ashmore for having company in the house drinking
The 25 of November being Sunday in prayer time William Paring had company in his house
We present Thomas Wadlow and John Finch for not coming to church
We present Francis Mansfield for having a bastard child and William Davis which she said did beget the child
We present Margaret Spencer for a bawd as the fame goeth

  P92/SAV/560, single sheet.  1638 June to November.   

                    1638
Presentments made by the Churchwarden and Sidemen of the Liberty of Old Parish Garden
Imprimis we present John Richardson victualler for having company in his house the 10th of June being Sunday in divine service
Item we present William sermon victualler for having company in his house the 10th of June being Sunday in divine service
Item we present Richard Bird vintner for having company in his house the 10th of June being Sunday in divine service
Item we present John Richeson victualler for having company in his house the 24th of June being Sunday in divine service
Item we present William Sermon victualler for having company in his house the 29th of July being Sunday in divine service
Item we present Richard North vintner for having company in his house the 29th of July being Sunday in divine service
Item we present Edward Lane waterman for his servant selling of fruit the 19th of August being Sunday in divine service
Item we present Richard Bird vintner for having company in his house the 18th of November being Sunday in divine service
Item we present John Longman waterman for working continually on the Sunday
Item we present Thomas Godman waterman for working continually on the Sunday
Item we present John Vincent waterman for working continually on the Sunday
Item we present Thomas Taylor waterman for working continually on the Sunday
Item we present Thomas Crop waterman for working continually on the Sunday
Item we present George Hatter waterman for working continually on the Sunday
Item we present Simon Painter waterman for working continually on the Sunday

  P92/SAV/561, bifolium.  1638 May to November.   

          13 May 1638
John Green for company drinking in his house in time of divine evening prayer
Jonathan Barford the like offence
Richard Slater in the Close
Benjamin Cowdrey at Black Bull vintner
          27 May 1638
William Taylor that the Three Tuns for five company
Thomas Prior in the Close
          10 June 1638
Richard Barron at Plow and Harrow for refusing to open his door yet five came out of his house then
William Millington at the Rose and Crown for refusing to open door
          8 July 1638
William Taylor at Three Tuns refusing to open his door
Richard Slater
          29 July 1638
Richard Slater for refusing to open the door having company in his house
          9 September 1638
Richard Barron for having 2 several companies 6 in one 3 in the other drinking in afternoon
Thomas Prior 4 the same day
[fo. 1v]
          29 October 1638 [Monday — in error?]
Theodore Collins for 3 in a company drinking in his house afternoon in time of divine service
William Taylor at Three Tuns
Richard Barron the same day refusing to open the door and a suspected house of disorder
          24 November [Saturday — in error?]
William Taylor Three Tuns company drinking afternoon in time of divine service
Richard Barron refusing to open door
William Taylor for terming Mr Humphrey one of the Churchwardens a busy fellow for executing his office

  P92/SAV/562, single sheet.  1639 March to May.   

          March the last 1639
At the Three Tuns [undeciphered] company drinking in the afternoon at prayer time
at the Three Cranes the like
at the Queens Arms the like
then Richard Barron his maid at home and refused to open the door
          28 April 1639 afternoon
at the Mermaid company
at Richard Barons company three men
          26th May 1639 afternoon
at the Black Bull 8 or 9 drinking and others walking in the garden
at the Queens Arms company
at Robert Lowdwells John Glasscock with a prisoner and others there drinking
          I leave it to you whether fit to be presented
More to present Mr Turner's maid in the Close and man for a bastard child
          Mr Barnes his maid for the like
Mr West butcher next door to me his maid and man for incontinency
enquire of Mr Wright their names and let Stanton inquire for the other

  P92/SAV/563, single sheet.  1639 October 9.   

          Made and delivered in [Wednesday] 9 October 1639
We present George Idle and Ann his supposed wife for living together as man and wife for many years past not being lawfully married as the common fame now goeth
Also we present the said Ann and John Chandler of this parish for keeping company and committing incontinency together as the common fame goes
Also we present John Hopkins, Roger Fisher, and William Bush for keeping victualling houses near the Church and Churchyard and keeping ill rule and disorders in their several houses and entertaining men's servants there who resort thither  in their houses  on Sundays in time of divine service after they have brought the masters to church and  their several houses for b  & for keeping several houses of bawdry as the common fame goeth
Also we present John Hands, Philip Sylvester, and Thomas Late, butchers, for keeping and using of slaughterhouses next the Church Way within Chaingate and for killing of cattle there and driving them into the said slaughterhouses through the said Chaingate into the Churchyard and so into their slaughter houses to the great annoyance of the  King  parishioners  as other  and of the Church Way there and to the profanation of the said Churchyard

  P92/SAV/564, a notebook of four leaves.  1639 June to December.   

          St Saviours in Southwark [Tuesday] 10 December 1639
The presentment of the Churchwarden and Sidemen of the said parish at the visitation there holden the day and year aforesaid
[In left margin:]  Boroughside
Imprimis we present John Evans at the Three Tuns behind the Counter for entertaining company drinking in his house on Sunday in the afternoon the 23th of June last in time of divine service
[In left margin:]  Put all the names together
Item we present Robert Lowdwell vintner at the Harrow at St Margaret's Hill for the like offence the same time
Item we present Lettice Bolton widow at the Queens Arms for the like
Item we present Richard Slater vintner at the Salutation in the Close for having company drinking in his house on Sunday the 14th of July last in the afternoon in time of divine service
Item we present Thomas Tonge victualler in the Close for the like offence the same time
Item we present Henry Stiles victualler in Ship Yard for the like offence the same time
Item we present George Paulet in Fishmonger Alley and John Evans backside of the Counter for several offences [the] same day
Item we present [blank] [blank] victualler in Frying Pan Alley for having company drinking in his house on Sunday the 8th of September last in time of divine morning service
Item we present Gayath [Gaius?] Barrett victualler at the Pye for the like offence the same time
And we present John Ventris butcher, Richard Long, and William Marks a chafer-dresser and William Andrews, John Clares man, being inhabitants of this parish for being then there drinking
Item we present Edward Martin at the Ram for having company drinking in his house the same day in time of divine evening service
Item we present Goody Flood a parishioner for being there then drinking
[fo. 1v]
Item we present [blank] [blank] at the Bull in the Close for the like offence the same day
Item we present [blank] Sewell widow in Counter Alley for the like offence the same day
Item we present John Banning in the New Rents for the like offence the same day
Item we present Lettice Bolton widow vintner at the King's Arms for having company drinking in her house in time of divine evening service on the Sunday the 15th of September last
And we present Thomas Salter a parishioner for being there then drinking
Item we present William Tallentire victualler for having company drinking his his house the same time
Item we present the said Lettice Bolton for having company drinking in her house on Sunday the 11 of August last on Sunday in time of divine service
Item we present Benjamin Cowdry vintner at the Black Bull for the like offence the same time
Item we present Leonard Sturck victualler at the Cock and Hart for the like offence the same time
Item we present Robert Cantrell vintner at the Peacock in Pepper Alley for the like offence on Sunday the 6 of October last
Item we present the said Henry Stiles in Ship Yard for the like offence the same time
Item we present Lettice Bolton widow at the King's Arms for the like the same day
And we present Mrs Lilley a parishioner for being then there drinking
[fo. 2]
Item we present
Item we present the said Arthur Robert Cantrell at the Peacock in Pepper Alley for having company drinking in his house on Sunday the 3 November in time of divine service
Item we present the said William Tallingtier victualler for the like offence the same time
Item we present George Idle victualler the like offence the 1 of September last
Item we present Robert Lawdwell vintner for having 2 companies drinking in his house the same time
[In left margin:]  Clink Liberty
Item we present Robert East victualler for having company drinking in his house in time divine service on Sunday the 22 of September last and for abusing the officers
Item we present James Burton for the having company drinking in his house the same time
Item we present Michael Welch vintner for the like offence the same time
Item we present Hazel Tayer for the like offence on Sunday 24 November last
Item we present Robert Hansome for the like offence the same time
Item we present Gilbert Huntrell for the like offence then
Item we present John Parsons and Ellen Taylor for incontinency together and she having a bastard by him as the common fame goeth
Item we present Robert Bartlett and Elizabeth Goldsmith for the like offence she being now with child as the common fame goes
[fo. 2v]
[In left margin:]  Upper ground
Item we present Anthony Ashford, John Richardson, and Richard North victuallers for having company drinking in their several houses in time of divine service on Sunday the 23 of June last
Item we present the said Anthony Ashton and Richard Bird vintner for the like several offences on Sunday the 14 July last [13 corrected to 14]
Item we present the said Richard Bird and William Serment victualler for the like several offences the 11 August
Item we present the said Richard Bird and Richard Proctor victualler for the like several offences 8 September last
Item we present the said John Richardson for the like offence 29 September
Item we present the said Anthony Ashford for the like offence 8 October last
Item we present the said Richard Bird and the said William Serment for the like offence 3 November last
Item we present the said John Richardson for the like offence 17 November last
And also we present him for the like offence 8 December last
[fo. 3]
Item we present Thomas Godman waterman for working on Sunday 29 September last
Item we present Robert Morrell waterman for the like offence on Sunday 6 October last
As we present John Longman waterman for the like offence on Sunday 27 October last
Item we present  Nicholas  Michael Prior waterman for the like offence on Sunday 17 November last
Item we present Thomas Atkinson for being a recusant and not coming to church

  P92/SAV/565, scrap of paper.  1639 July to September.   

          23 June 1639
At Three Tuns behind the Counter entertaining company being then in the cellar when we came after noon
Robert Lowdwell at the Harrow company also the same afternoon
Also she at Queen's Arms for the like
14th of July 1639 afternoon at the Salutation in the Close at Slater's company drinking at the house that was Priors company in the stairs that confessed they had been in the house a quarter of an hour at the alehouse in Ship Yard company drinking
8th September 1639 forenoon
in Frying Pan Alley company
at the Pie company
Ventris butcher
Richard Longe butcher
          Markes chafer-dresser
Words Prentice butcher
William Andrews John Cleeres man
[fo. 1v]
          8 September afternoon
at the Ram drinking
Goody Frood of our parishe
there drinking in evening prayer
at the Bull in the close that was Mr Towers
15th September 1639
In the afternoon at the Queen's Arms
Of the hill company
Thomas Cutter then drinking at Tallantires company eating and drinking

  P92/SAV/566, scrap of paper.  1639 October 6.   

          6th of October 1639
The victualler at the Peacock company drinking in the afternoon prayer time
          November the 23th 1639
At the Black Bull compay in the afternoon a drinking in his house
[not deciphered]
          First of December 1639
George Pele Company drinking in his house after noone
[fo. 1v]
To speak of Master Archer of Mr Nevilles lease
of Rochester lease nihil[?] to doe
of the Priores Money out of the Clark's wages in Close
[not deciphered]

  P92/SAV/567, single sheet.  1639 August to December.   

          Presentments of diverse persons
[In left margin:]  September 8
widow Sewell in Counter Alley for company drinking in her house in time of divine services
Banning at the Green Man in the New Rents for the same offence
August 12th
The widow at the Kings Arms for the same offence
Cowener at the Black Bull for the same offence
Starke at the Cock and Hart for drinking in time of [divine service]
October 6th
Henry Stiles in Ship Yard for the same offence
the widow at the Kings Arms for the like offence
Mrs Lilly for drinking at the Kings Arms in time of divine service
November 3
Robert Cantrill at the Peacock Pepper Alley for the like offence
William Talentire at St Margaret's Hill for the same offence
1 of December
Robert Lowdwell at St Margaret Hill for having 2 companies in his house drinking in time of divine service

  P92/SAV/568, long bifolium.  1639 September to November.   

          September the 22 1639
We the Churchwardens and Sidesmen of the parish of St Saviours in the Clink Liberty present the following persons as followeth
[In left margin:]  September the 22
Item we present Robert Est for having company in divine service and abusing the officers
More we present James Borton for having company drinking in his house in divine service
We present Michael Welch for having company drinking in divine service
[In left margin:]  November the 24
We present Hazell Sawyer for having company drinking in his house in divine service
We present Robert Hampson for having company drinking in his house in divine service
We present John Parsons for getting Ellen Taylor with child
We present John Bartlett for getting Elizabeth Goldsmith with child
[signed] Andrew Lucas
[signed] Roger Archer
[signed] Robert Smith
[In left margin:]  the 24
We present Gilbert Hatrell for having company drinking in his house in divine service

  P92/SAV/569, single sheet.  1639 June to October.   

The names of those that we present for disorders upon the Sabbath day June the 23 1639
Imprimis we present Anthony Ashfield victualler for having guests in his house upon the day aforesaid in the time of divine service
And we present John Richardson victualler for the like offence upon that day
Also we present Richard North for the like offence upon that day
          July the 13 [Saturday; error for 14?]
We present Richard Bird vintner for having guests in the time of divine service in his house
the second time we present Anthony Ashfield victualler of the like offence upon that day
          August the 11
We present William Serment victualler for having guests in his house the time of divine service upon that day
and we present Richard Bird vintner the second time for the like offence
          September the 8
We present Richard Bird vintner for having guests in his house in the time of divine service upon that day and this is the third time
and we present Richard Proctor victualler for the like offences upon that day
          September the 29
We present Thomas Godman waterman for working upon the Sabbath day
and we present John Richardson victualler for having guests in his house upon that day in the time of divine service and this is the second time
          October the 6
We present Robert Morrell waterman for working upon the Sabbath day
          October the 13
We present Anthony Ashfield victualler for having guests in his house in the time of divine service upon that day
          October the 27
We present John Longman waterman for working upon the Sabbath day

  P92/SAV/570, single sheet.  1639 November, December.   

                    1639
[In left margin:]  Old Parish Garden
Imprimis we present Rachael Maggots for selling of fruit in the time of divine service the sixth of August being Sunday and ordinarily every other Sunday having been often admonished to the contrary
Item we present Jerime [for Jeremy] Cottrell victualler for keeping company a drinking in his house in the time of divine service the sixth of August being Sunday
Item we present Thomas Godman senior waterman for working continually on the Sabbath day and especially on 11th of November being Sunday
Item we present William Marsh waterman for working on the 19th of November being Sunday
Item we present Thomas White waterman for working on the 19th of November being Sunday
Item we present Thomas Rivett waterman for working on the 3th of December being Sunday
Item we present Marie Glover laid the servant of Matthew Jones for incontinency with one lately dead as the common fame goeth

  P92/SAV/571, single sheet.  1639 December to 1639/40 January, February.   

[In left margin:]  18 February 1639 [Tuesday]
We present William Hallett servant to Giles Foster for being incontinent with Mary Brewer of St George's being another man's wife as the fame goeth
Item we present the said William Hallett for drinking in time of divine service the 12th of January 1639
[In left margin:]  where
Item we present the wife of William Lee victualler behind the Counter for entertaining of company drinking in her house in time of divine service 12th of January 1639
Item we present Robert Addison for selling of flesh the 22th of December 1639
Item we present John Valkes for the same offence the 22th of December

  P92/SAV/572, bifolium.  1640 May to July.   

          May the 24th 1640
Item we present Richard Slater in Montague Close at the Salutation Tavern for company drinking in his house in time of divine services
Item we present William Hathaway victualler in Waverley Place for the like offence
Item we present Thomas Tongue at the Black Bull in Montague Close for the like offence
Item we present Richard Chapman for drinking in time of divine service at the Black Bull in the Close
servant to Mr Alse on the Bankside
          June the 26th [Friday]
Item we present Thomas Light in Chaingate butcher for killing and hanging sheep in the Church Way
[In left margin:]  to bee presented to the Jury
Item we present Lidia Lake in Chaingate for  Light  a scold
          June the 28th
We present Thomas Woodward at the Two Brewers near Chaingate for 1 man drinking in his house in time of divine service
Item William Middleton at the Rose and Crown victualler for company drinking in his house in time of divine service
Item we present Richard Hewes a cobbler dwelling in Counter Alley for a common drunkard
          July the 19th
We present Richard Thorp at the Two Brewers in Foul Lane for company drinking in his house in time of divine service
Item we present Benjamin Cowdre at the Black Bull vintner for the same offence
Item Lettice Boulton at Kings Arms for the same offence

  P92/SAV/573, bifolium.  1640 May to August .   

A presentment made by us the Churchwardens and Sidemen of the parish of St Saviours in Southwark whose names are subscribed [Thursday] the 13th day of August 1640
[In left margin:]  Boroughside
We present Richard Slater vintner at the Salutation in Montague Close for having company drinking in his house on White Sunday the 24th of May last in time of divine service
Also we present Thomas Tong at the Black Bull in Montague Close for the like offence the same day
Also we present Richard Chapman servant to Mr Alsey of this parish for drinking in the house of the said Thomas Tong the same day in time of divine service
Also we present Thomas Light and Henry Robinson within Chaingate butchers for killing and hanging sheep there in the Church Way
Also we present Thomas Woodward victualler at the Two Brewers near Chaingate for having one man drinking in his house in time of divine service the 28th of June last being Sunday
Also we present William Millington vicaller at the Rose and Crown for having company drinking in his house in time of divine service
Also we present Richard Hughes a cobbler dwelling in Counter Lane for a common drunkard as the common fame goes
Also we present Richard Thorp at the Two Brewers in Foul Lane victualler for having company drinking in his house on the 24th of May and 19th of July last in time of divine service
Also we present Benjamin Cowdry vintner at the Black Bull for the like offence the same day and also on the 28 of June abovesaid
Also we present Lettice Bolton widow at the Kings Arms tavern for the like offence the same day
Also we present John Bonner for a common drunkard as the common fame goes
[fo. 1v]
Also we present Simon Simpson victualler at the Bottle and Robert Lowdwell vintner at St Margaret's Hill for having several companies drinking in time of divine service 28 June last
Also we present Samuel Hyland and his wife for not coming to receive the Holy Communion this year  past 
Also we present Edward Price and Mary his wife dwelling in Collier and Sack Yard in Foul Lane for the like offence
[In left margin:]  this left out by Mr Croft]
Also we present Martha Runacres dwelling in College Churchyard for the like offence
[In left margin:]  Bankside and Upper Ground
And Also we present Thomas Wadlow waterman, John Finch, Thomas Atkinson watermen and Robert Davies gentlemen and his wife for the like not coming to the Holy Communion this year  past   offence in not coming to the Holy Communion this year 
Churchwardens
Sidemen

  P92/SAV/574, single sheet.  1640.   

          For Clink Liberty from the Bell to the Bank End
                    For presentments
For not coming into the communion this year 1640 be as followeth
Thomas Wadlow and his wife a servant
Robert Davison's wife a recusant
          For the Upper Ground Liberty
          In Paris Garden Lane
Thomas Atkinson a recusant
widow Soare
          For the Boroughside
Samuel Hyland and his wife
          In Collier and Sack Alley
Edward Price and his wife Mary
          In College Churchyard
Martha Matthew Runacker's wife

  P92/SAV/575, scrap of paper.  Undated.   

          Presentment made by the Churchwardens and Sidemen of the Liberty of Old Parish Garden
Item we present Thomas Atkinson for a recusant and not coming to church to hear divine service

  P92/SAV/576, scrap of paper.  1640 November.   

          The first of November 1640
We present Joseph Hobson at the Wheat Sheaf for having company a drinking in his house in the time of divine service
The 29th of November 1640 we present Thomas Tong for having company a drinking in his house in the time of divine service

  P92/SAV/577, single sheet.  1640 August, November.   

Nicholas Scott servant to Robert Scot butcher for a bastard child begotten of Philippa Hanwell
William Bush
Thomas Cate
Henry Robinson
for setting stalls and hanging meat in the Church Way
          Continually at the East Chain Gate
Eglantine Brown for stopping the Church Way with her milk pail and selling milk in service and sermon time continually
Roger Fisher victualler in the Church Way Yard for entertaining company in time of divine service on 22 November being Sunday
29th of November
John Bridges at the sign of Malt Horse in Christopher Yard for company drinking in his house in time of divine service
John Durmer at Foul Lane End for selling drink in time of divine service and sermon
          22 of August
Lambert Rumbold at the Bell in New Rents for company drinking in his house in time of divine service
Thomas Pocock at the Wilderness for the same offence
John Jones at Three Tuns behind the Counter for the same offence
John Abbott s at the Three Mariners for the same offence
[fo. 1v]
July the 19th Mr Cowdrey at the Black Bull vintner for company drinking in time of divine service
Richard Tharp at the Two Brewers in Foul Lane for the like offence
Thomas Tong at the Black Bull in the Close for the like offence
          the 29th of November
Richard Tharp at the Two Brewers in Foul Lane for company in time of divine service drinking

  P92/SAV/578, single sheet.  1640 October, November.   

          Presentments for the Clink Liberty 1640
Item we present Humphrey Lewis victualler for having company drinking in his house the thirteenth day of September last in divine service time
Item we present William Langton for having company drinking in his house the 11th day of October last in divine service time
We present Gilbert Hatherill victualler for having company drinking in his house the fifteenth day of November last in divine service time
We present Simon Twin victualler for having company drinking in his house the fifteenth day of November last in divine service time
Item we present John Tomlin and Margaret Dorr late servants to Thomas Blackman for incontinency together as the common fame goeth
We present Margaret Spencer for keeping a house of bawdry as the common fame goeth

  P92/SAV/579, single sheet.  1640 May, June.   

          Mr Taw's presentments
Richard Thorp 24 May
Simon Simpson at the Bottle next Axe Yard 28 June 7 in his house
The same day Benjamin Cowdry 6 drinking
Robert Lowdwell the same day

  P92/SAV/580, single sheet.  [1636] January to March.   

[No year appears on document, but 13 March etc. fell on Sundays in 1636.  Thomas Godman appears in other presentments in this series.]
The presentments of the Churchwardens and sidemen of the Liberty of Old Paris Garden in the parish of St Saviours
Imprimis we present Richard Martin waterman for working on Sunday the 13th and 20th days of March last as also for being a constant worker on other Sabbath days
Item we present Michael Hartley waterman for a constant worker on the Sabbath day, as also for working upon the 13 and 20 days of March last
Item we present Matthew Parry waterman for being a worker upon the Sabbath day
Item we present Thomas Godman Junior for working upon the Sabbath day being the 28th day of February and likewise upon the third day of April
Item we present John for not receiving the holy communion for the space of four or five years last past as also we present him for a common worker upon the Sabbath day
Item we present Elizabeth Lewis living at the Ship for giving evil language to the Churchwardens being in execution of their office and for refusing to open the door to them the 10th of January last as also we present her for not living with her husband for the space of seven or eight years
Item we present that Jane Flavell hath had two or three children but by whom we know not, neither do we know whether she hath a husband or not
Item we present one Marjorie Mannering for being unlawfully begotten with child as the common fame goes

  P92/SAV/581, single sheet.  [1633] November, December.   

[No year appears on document, but 20 October etc. fell on Sundays in 1633.]
[In left margin:]  Upper ground
Imprimis we present Edward Kinred for not coming to the communion this five year
Item we present Jeremy Cottrell for having guests in his house in time of divine service the 20 of October
Item for the same the 17 of November
Item for the same the 1 of December
We present Rachael Maggots for  market keeping  selling apples on fruit on the Sabbath day in the highways
[In left margin:]  Upper ground
Thomas Allen
Henry Miles
          Sidemen
Bankside, Robert Banks
          John Sterry
                    Sidemen

  P92/SAV/582, single sheet.  [1634] April.   

[No year appears on document, but Easter fell on April 6 in 1634.]
[In left margin:]  April 6th
We present Marjorie Walton for keeping a house of bawdry as the common report goeth having been often presented for the same yet she maketh no reformation
Item we present Adam Pretty and his wife for keeping a bawdy house as the common report goeth having also been presented for the same yet they make no reformation
Item we present David Forlonger for abusing the officers in executing their office on Easter day and having company drinking in his house the same time
Item we present William Watkins for having company drinking in his house in service time the 6th of April being Easter day

  P92/SAV/583, single sheet.  [1637] May.   

[No year appears on document, but 21 May fell on a Sunday in 1637.]
[In right margin:] The old Sidemen
We present Richard Indick of Old Parish Garden Liberty a married man and Mary Smith a single woman for unconstant living and having a bastard as the fame goeth
[In left margin:]  May 21th
We present Thomas Savage for having guest in his house a drinking in service time
          Thomas Price
Sidemen
          Ralph Johnson

  P92/SAV/584, scrap of paper.  [1632].   

[No year appears on document, but 2 September fell on a Sunday in 1632, as did 23 September.]
John Matthewe the 23th  of September  for having 3 in his  house 
in the other paper
September the 2 at Mr Edwards vintner in the Close in divine service time
[In left margin:]  pd xijd
Davey Rauley at the Rams Head for having 2 in his house in service time
James Taylor at the Raven [not deciphered] persons
[In left margin:]  pd xijd

  P92/SAV/585, scrap of paper.  [1632] May, October.   

[No year appears on document, but 27 May and 7 October fell on Sundays in 1632.]
          Upper Ground
The 27th of May we found 15 or 16 men in William Underhill's in divine service time drinking
The 7th of October we found company drinking in divine service time at Peter Petersons house

  P92/SAV/586, single sheet.  Undated.   

the names of Mr Turner's man and maid Bartholomew Dennis Margaret Nutshaw
the name of Mr Barnes' maid that lay on the bulks  William Sayler  Ann Barber
The names of Mr West's the butcher his man and maid
John Holmes vivit at Mermaid
Richard Gibbs and Martha Draper
Mermaid
Three Tuns Henry Fitch
Queen Arms Lettice Bolton

  P92/SAV/587, small bifolium.  [1636] June to November.   

[No year appears on document, but 26 June etc. fell on Sundays in 1636.]
The 26th of June we went abroad about the Liberty and we found no disorder
The 17th of July we went about the Liberty and we found no disorder
The 31 of July we went about the Liberty and without no disorder
The 14 of August we went about the Liberty and we found no disorder
[verso]
The 4th of September we went about the Liberty and we found no disorder  but at Savage's guests were drinking in service time 
this 2 of October we went about the Liberty and we present Jude green and Will Crasse for having a bastard and yet not married
the thirtieth of October we went about the Liberty but found no disorder
the 27 of November we went about the Liberty and we found no disorder

  P92/SAV/588, bifolium.  [1632/3] January, [1633] May.   

[No year appears in the document, but May 5 etc. fell on Sundays in 1633.]
a note of the presentments
the 6 of January Thomas Church being servant to William Wicker and a Jueller there juelling in the Close whose name we know not a fighting in the Church Yard in morning prayer time
the last of March William Perrin victualler at the Unicorn having company in his house in prayer time afternoon
Gilbert Hattred the 5 of May having company in his house in prayer time in the afternoon at Bell
the 19 of May Robert Harrison at the Kings Arms and Thomas White at the Two Brewers having company in their houses in prayer time in the afternoon
Thomas Day and widow Ann Gimlet for incontinency as the fame goeth
[signed] Thomas Gunn
          Sidesman
[signed] Thomas Michell

  P92/SAV/589, scrap of paper.  Undated.   

Item we present Simon Painter waterman for the common fame of incontinency
Item we present Christian Watts for the same offence of incontinency
[signed] James How
[signed] William Stoddard
[signed] Thomas Price

  P92/SAV/590, single sheet.  [1633] November, December.   

[No year appears in the document, but November 3 etc. fell on Sundays in 1633.]
          November the 3
We present Richard Bird vintner for having guests in his house in the time of divine service and this is the 4 time
and we present William Serment victualler for the like offences upon that day and this is the second time
          November the 17
We present John Richardson victualler for having guests in his house upon that day in the time of divine service and this is the third time
and upon that day we present Michael Prior waterman for working it being the Sabbath day
and we present Thomas Atkinson waterman a recusant for not coming to the church
          December the 8
We present John Richardson victualler for having guests in his house in the time of divine service