Bourton on the Hill

Bourton on the Hill was divided between the hundreds of Westminster and Tewkesbury. There is no surviving 1671 assessment for the part in Westminster hundred. In the 1672 assessment all exemptions for Bourton on the Hill are included in the assessment for Westminster Hundred, but distinguished by hundred on the certificate.
Assessment
1671:TNA, E179/247/13, 47v
1672:TNA, E179/247/14, 18v & 21v
Exemptions
Certificate: TNA, E179/116/544/145
Date:8 July 1672
Signed By:Giles Oldisworth, rector
Thomas Calloway & William Powell, overseers
Authorised by:Thomas Overbury & Willliam Stratford

Westminster Hundred

Sir Thomas Overbury12
Michael Rutter esq.7
Nicholas Smith2
William Leigh3
Thomas Callon3
Richard Kite1
Nicholas Hodgkins3
Mrs Batson10
Robert Humfrys3
Richard Callway2
Alice Morton2
Robert Robbins2
John Powell3
53

Exemptions

Mary Morrice/Morris, widow1
Walter Morrice/Morris1
Anthony Allen1
William Elme1
Mary Davis1
William Castle1
William Fifild1
Thomas Manning1
Widow Bell1
Robert Morrice/Morris1
Stephen Cole1
Thomas Rawlins1
William Wells1
Johnathan Shury1
Richard Foord1
15

Tewkesbury Hundred

Mr Giles Oldsworth, clerk4
John Gibbs3
John Dumblton / Mr William Dumblton4
Thomas Brayne2
Thomas James3
Mary Banbury3
Robert Manning1
And 1 new erected for a half year1
20

Exemptions

Anthony Meekes1
John Steward1
Thomas Allen1
Widow Hinde1
William Fowler1
Thomas White1
William Dawson1
William Driver1
Thomas Collett1
Richard Egerton1
George Brookes1
Robert Allen1
John Grimett1
Edward Hopkins1
Widow Manning1
John Burnett1
16