Sandhurst

Dudstone & King's Barton Hundred

Assessment
1671:TNA, E179/247/13, 59r
1672:TNA, E179/247/14, 31v-32r
John Sawcome, constable
The beginning of the 1671 assessment is lost. It recorded that there were 8 poor people who had been omitted because they received alms.
Exemptions
Certificate: TNA, E179/116/544/182
Date:7 September 1672
Signed By:Abraham Gregory, vicar
John Bracegirdle & Samuel Cooke, churchwardens
Authorised by:William Selwyn & John Guise
Also signed by Deveraux Deane, constable
John Gyse esq.9
Devereux Deane4
William Browne6
Margaret Bruton2
Edward Hayward2
Walter Allerd3
Nathaniel Brookes2
Giles Clarke3
Elizabeth Dowle1
Christopher Randle1
Thomas Kent1
Thomas Byard5
Thomas Gibbs1
William Hayward3
John Butler2
Edward Mayfeild1
Thomas Brayne1
Mrs Winston8
Thomas Williams3
Edward Sacome/Sawcome2
John Payton3
Henry Payton3
John Jelfe not finished1
Joan Hewson, widow1
Thomas Williams2
Thomas Merry1
John Stubbs1
Widow Davis1
Giles Merry1
Widow Sawcome1
John Sandford1
John Hobbs1
Widow Clarke3
John Bosely4
William Kemett3
Robert Wheler1
Giles Church2
William Hayward2
Thomas Church5
Mrs Elizabeth Bell14
Charles Underhill4
John Merry3
John Jelfe2
John Shaw1
Samuel Cooke3
William Merry2
William Tomly3
Richard Baker1
John Kemett new erected paid one half year1
Richard Hobbs for his forge 3 half years1
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Exemptions

Thomas James1
Henry Bacheler1
Widow Wintle1
Widow Merry1
William Price1
Widow Stallerd1
John Barnes1
Widow Halling1
Richard Winsten1
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