Stoke Orchard

Stoke Orchard was divided between the hundreds of Cleeve and Tewkesbury. The exemptions were listed in the assessment for Cleeve, but may cover the Tewkesbury part of hamlet.
Assessment
1671:TNA, E179/247/13, 43v & 47r
1672:TNA, E179/247/14, 18r & 21v
Thomas Restell, constable
Only the list of exemptions survives from the 1671 assessment for Cleeve hundred, when 11 hearths were exempted.
The beginning of the 1672 assessment for Tewkesbury hundred has been damaged and the first few names are faint. In the 1671 assessment Thomas Fisher was assessed for 3 hearths.
Exemptions
Certificate: TNA, E179/329
Date:23 June 1672
Signed By:John Cooke, curate
William Restell, churchwardens
Henry Hale, overseers
Authorised by:William Bourchier & Fleetwood Dormer
Although Widow Moulton appears clearly in the assessment, it is William Moulton on the certificate.

Cleeve Hundred

Edward Kedwards1
Ciprian Atwood5
William Beale2
Thomas Restell3
Richard Grining2
John Mearce2
John Tayler3
William Nest1
Thomas Hopcut2
Henry Lane1
Henry Hale2
John Holland2
William Holland1
27

Exemptions

Francis Holder1
William Falkes1
William Biss/Piffe1
William Laurence1
John Biss/Piffe1
John Tillard1
Isaac Harris1
Henry Searight/Sebrick1
George Mortimore1
9

Tewkesbury Hundred

Joseph Pick1
Mathew Cash3
Michael Marshall1
Thomas Greening1
Thomas Fisher2
Sarah Tiler/Taylor1
John Barnard1
John Surman2
12