Henbury Tithing

Henbury Hundred

Assessment
1672:TNA, E179/247/14, 47r
Exemptions
Certificate: TNA, E179/329
Date:30 July 1672
Signed By:John Sanders
William Holloster & Henry Jayne, churchwardens
Thomas Parker, overseers
Authorised by:John Meredith & Christopher Cole
George Petre has signed the certificate, but in what capacity is unclear.
The certificate also includes the names Thomas Simkins & Elizabeth Grummarsh, widow and a note stating that the 'Hospitall or Almeshouse wherein lowe Children are taught (and the little house adjoining thereunto wherein the usher of the said Hospitall now liveth being part of the sayd Hospitall)' is under the value required to pay hearth money.
Richard Willis3
Widow Baker3
Joan Hale3
John Shipway2
Eleanor Adlam3
William Curell1
Hannah Dooding2
Edward Williams5
Mr Capell10
Henry Washborow5
Anthony Creed 2 & 1 forge3
And arrears for forge 1 year1
Richard Smith2
Robert Brookes2
Thomas Millington3
Dorothy Dunwell2
Mr Washborow7
Mr Astrey8
William West2
Thomas Goodwin5
Cornelius Joyne5
Mr Sanders5
Thomas Haynes2
Elizabeth Peryman2
Elizabeth Norton1
William Prickman3
John Joyne1
John Hale3
94

Exemptions

Edward Parker1
Samuel Stokes1
Thomas Washborow1
3