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Hearth tax for Somerset 1664-5

R. Holworthy

Hearth tax for Somerset 1664-5

with indices copied from the original rolls in the Public Record Office

by R. Holworthy

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Published by E. Dwelly in Fleet .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statementby R. Holworthy.
SeriesDwelly"s national records -- 1
ContributionsDwelly, Edward, 1864-1939.
The Physical Object
Pagination239p. ;
Number of Pages239
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL13851441M

Hearth tax. The published version (Dwelly's National Records I (), with index) of the Hearth Tax returns for Somerset were reviewed by Ian Hall. There are no Priddle references throughout the county, although I've yet to check whether the Tintinhull returns survived and were included. Hearth Tax Return for the City of Chester ', Miscellanies. Lancashire and Cheshire. Hearth Tax Returns for the City of Chester ', Hearth Tax. (). Historic Towns. (). Historical Notes on seme Suffolk Kilns. ().Author: Michael David. Reed.

I also searched the Index of Somerset Probate Inventories for records of wills of Dones (and name variants), but there were none for the relevant period. I confirmed the findings of Gilbert Doane, as recorded in a letter dated 6 December , concerning: a. the appearance of a John Donne in the Crewkerne ‘hearth tax’ records for /5;. 2/. Hearth Tax Returns for the City of Chester / 5. Marriage Licenses granted in the Archdeaconary of Chester Lancashire Inquests, Extents and Feudal Aids Part II - (Index for Parts I & II) Rolls of Freemen of the City o Chester Part II - .

Lancashire Wills proved in the Archdeaconary Court of Richmond - now preserved at Somerset and abstracts of Lancashire Wills proved in the Archdeaconary Court of Richmond - now preserved in the British Museum. No Ismay References: Lancashire and Cheshire Exchequer, Dispositions by Commission - No Ismay. [The Book of Record - Glamis Papers, (Edinburgh: Constable, ), page ] Later he took over Myretoun, Glamis, the farm of James Smith, who was absent at London. On the Hearth Tax published 3 Apr he is listed as Francis Doig of Roswallie.


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Hearth tax for Somerset 1664-5 by R. Holworthy Download PDF EPUB FB2

Get this from a library. Hearth tax for Somerset with indices. [R Holworthy]. Hearth Tax for Somerset, Copied from the Original Rolls in the Public Record Office Richard Holworthy Harry Galloway Publishing, - Somerset (England) - pages. DWELLY'S NATIONAL RECORDS VOL 1.

Hearth Tax for Somerset With Indices. Copied from the Original Rolls in the Public Record Office by R. Holworthy, F.S.G. S & N Genealogy Supplies (Suffolk in Hearth Tax Returns; Somerset Hearth Tax Returns ; Pembrokeshire Records) (Cornwall Hearth and Poll TaxesDevon Hearth Tax ReturnsDwelly's Somerset Hearth Tax).

Excerpt from Dwelly's National Records, Vol. 1: Hearth Tax for Somerset, ; Copied From the Original Rolls in the Public Record Office All the extant Hearth Tax Rolls for Somerset of the years mentioned are printed in this volume, but some of the original rolls have disappeared.

Taxation -- England -- Somerset -- Lists. Summary An attempt to fill, from exemption certificates for orgaps in the lay subsidies whose contents were given in th Hearth tax for Somerset /.

Holworthy, R. () Hearth Tax for Somerset,Dwelly's National Records, 1, reprintedWeston super Mare: Harry Galloway Publishing Hughes, E.

& P. White () The Hampshire hearth tax assessmentSouthampton: Hampshire Record Office. Dwelly's National Records Vol 2 (XVII century), Directory of Somerset, part 3 (pps ) Dwelly, E. Published by Printed byFleet,limited edition of copies. Hearth tax for Somerset, copied from the original rolls in the Public Record Office.

Author Holworthy, Richard. Published Dwelly, Hearth Tax Dwelly's National Records (i) Hearth Tax for Somerset,ed. Holworthy (); (ii) Directory for Somerset () Dwelly, Par. Rec. Exchequer Lay Subsidies /5, Which Is A Tax Roll For Somerset Of The First Year Of Edward The 3rd.

County Rate Of Hundreds And Parishes, &c., Of Somerset, As Given In Census Of - - pages Hearth Tax For Somerset Copied From The Original Rolls In The Public Record Office - - pages/5(5). The hearth tax for –65 lists George Speke as having 22 chimneys which is far more than most of his Somerset neighbors.

Holworthy, Hearth Tax for Somerset, –5 (Taunton: E. Dwelly, ), p. Author: Melinda S. Zook. This virtual book CD resource contains the Pigot's Directory for Somerset. It carries local listings of major professions, of nobility, gentry, and clergy, of transport and freight services; and information on the education, public services, and public houses of the area.

Somerset Hearth Tax Returns A searchable Acrobat document. Hearth Tax of Somerset /5 Book Dwelly Business and Corporate Highly Important Manuscripts, Documents and Letters Book Christie's Business and Corporate Index to Norwich City Officers Book Norfolk Gen.

Soc. Business and Corporate. The return for this tax is on the right, and it is interesting to conjecture just what it was that William Speke 'pulled down', Mary Norman and Alice Cape 'beat up', Joseph Cobb 'stopt up' and Ciprian Ishman returned "one short'.

From Dwelly's Hearth Tax Returns /5 [ includes the following ] [lb-s-lb-s]-Wmi Harveyj EX now James Harvey. Hearth Tax for Somerset With Indices.

Copied from the Original Rolls in the Public Record Office by R. Holworthy, F.S.G. + (1)p, original cloth.

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Hearth tax for Somersetwith indices. Author Holworthy, Richard. Published Pedigrees from the plea rolls: collected from the pleadings in the various courts of law, A.D. tofrom the original rolls in the Public Record Office.

Author Wrottesley, George, Somerset Census: only 2 Sopers. Eliza Soper 30unm visitor, wife's sister at Churchill Park, Chuchill, Axbridge, '51cen, l, ; with Daniel Gill 42 farmer of a emp 5, Ann Fry Gill 43 both l, visitor Alfred Walkins 10 th & & 3 servantsscan. Mary Anne Soper 25 visitor farmers daugher at Dunnett Farm, Compton Bishop, '51cen, l, scan.

The Hearth Tax for Taunton Hundred, Taunton Burgess, Fore Street and shows Edward Rossiter paying 4s. and 2s. for four hearths (Richard Holworthy, comp., Hearth Tax for Somerset [Fleet, Hants], 1).

"The Doomsday Book" of records land holders of the name Askill and Achetell in southwest England bothe before and after the arrival of the Normans in Charles W. E. Bardsley in his "Dictionary of English and Welsh Surnames" (London, ), and P.

H. Reaney in "A Dictionary of British Surnames" (London ) identify "Haskell" with.The Hearth Tax Records Ian Pearce November 1 The Hearth Tax. The Hearth Tax was introduced by Charles II in and finally repealed by William and Mary in Each liable householder was required to pay one shilling per hearth twice yearly, at Michaelmas and on Lady Day.

The surviving.3 candlesticks 12John Knight had clothes valued at £10 and armour in One man had a looking glass in ,13 while a Bradford woman’s goods in included another looking glass, pewter and a warming pan However, in there may have been only eight houses with four or more hearths out of 62 taxed,15 and the 35 exemptions from the hearth tax in.