Ebrington

Kiftsgate Hundred

Assessment
1671:TNA, E179/247/13, 53v
Thomas Gibbs, constable
1672:TNA, E179/247/14, 26r
John Harris, constable
Little of the 1671 assessment for Ebrington survives.
The 1671 assessment for Charingworth includes an entry for William James void no distress [the number of hearths is lost].
Exemptions
Certificate: TNA, E179/116/544/29
Date:6 July 1672
Signed By:John Mathew, curate
Edward Ward, churchwardens
Thomas Carter, overseers
Authorised by:Thomas Overbury & Thomas Marriet
The 1672 assessment is damaged and some names are taken from the certificate.
The certificate distinguishes between Ebrington, Hidcote Boyce and Charingworth.
William Kent of Hidcote was deleted from the certificate before it was signed by the justices.

Ebrington

Sir William Kite11
Richard Kite3
Thomas Gibbs1
Widow Harris2
Samuel Kite1
Walter Steward 2 & a forge3
Bartholomew Fletcher1
John Nicholls1
Edward Baldwin1
William Gibb1
Robert Read1
Samuel Sanders1
Edward Puson2
Robert Puson2
William Hamkane5
John Whithead1
William Whithead2
John Bradley1
Widow Radd2
Samuel Wickell2
John Gibbs2
Anthony Read3
William Daniell4
Isaac Kite3
Richard Fletcher1
57

Exemptions

George Nash1
John Nash1
Widow Bazely1
Jane Hawle1
Richard Wakeley1
Francis Keyt1
Jane Keyt, widow1
Nathaniel Batchelor1
Richard Dee1
Richard Ramsford1
William Cox1
Jane Watton, widow1
William Machvill1
William Jellson1
Richard Holetham
William Nightingale
Joseph Newell
Simon Jeffs
Thomas Garner
Richard Bubb
William Winder
John Gibbs
John Willson
Bridget Whaksley
Elizabeth Duffill
Thomas Cox
Ann Hunt

Hidcote Boyce

Edmund Southam2
John Pasam/Pusham2
John Freeman2
Thomas Carter2
Edmund Collett2
Simon Pason/Parsons3
13

Exemptions

William Neale1
Widow Freeman1
William Holetham1
Daniel/Samuel Handy1
Thomas Slaughter1
Richard Hewes1
William White1
7

Charingworth

William Curtis3
Robert Brayne2
William Winde1
Mr Harris3
Mr John Harris6
15

Exemptions

Susan Grivill1
Ursula Thomas, widow 1
John Savage1
Lodowick Millerd1
4