Hambrook

Langley & Swineshead Hundred

Assessment
1671:TNA, E179/247/13, 3r
1672:TNA, E179/247/14, 48v
John Lockston, tithingman
The beginning of the 1671 assessment is lost. There are two names on this assessment: Alice Thurne (5) and Joseph Glover (4), which cannot be reconciled with the 1672 assessment.
The 1671 assessment includes no exemptions, but noted that there are 9 poor people who received alms and were consequently excluded.
Exemptions
Certificate: TNA, E179/116/544/70
Date:10 February 1671/2
Signed By:John Griffith, rector
Henry Roberts, churchwardens
Christopher David & Daniel Wetherley, overseers
Authorised by:John Meredith & Christopher Cole
William Morgan11
Richard Bayley10
John Lockston3
Thomas Grevill2
Thomas Sturgis4
Toby Tillett3
Anthony Sturgis3
Thomas Roberts esq7
Mr Colston5
Mr Bennett7
John Noble4
Mrs Browne4
William Wooly8
William Benett7
Robert Jackways2
Isaac Leonard3
Joseph Atwood1
William Peasley2
John Rodburne1
Richard Long1
John Benett4
Elizabeth Urle4
William Green4
Richard Become/Beacon5
Landor Andrews4
William Noble5
Elizabeth Miles4
Daniel Witherly2
Michael Long2
And arrears for 2 years2
Mr Browne6
Anthony/Stephen Silcox3
Edward Grant6
139

Exemptions

John Tippett1
John Grant1
Thomas Keate1
Alice Tippett1
Thomas Smith2
John Harchase1
Samuel Abott1
Thomas Hull1
Thomas Noble1
Anne Long1
Thomas Barnett1
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