Winterbourne

Langley & Swineshead Hundred

Assessment
1671:TNA, E179/247/13, 3r
Matthew Hollister, constable
1672:TNA, E179/247/14, 48v
In the 1671 assessment Abraham Gifford and Richard Curtice were both recorded as having 1 oven, which was not assessed.
The 1671 assessment reported that there were 5 poor people who received alms and were consequently omitted.
Exemptions
Certificate: TNA, E179/116/544/69
Date:1 October 1672
Signed By:John Griffith, rector
Henry Roberts, churchwardens
Christopher Devid, overseers
Authorised by:Gabriel Lowe & John Meredith
Endorsed: 'This certificate was allowed for nine but finding of them two fitt to pay the duty there were put out by John Iddolls, collector'. James Prosser was one of those crossed out (the other name is unclear). The remaining 7 names includes Rachel Hakins, who does not appear in the return.
James Smith5
William Duswell3
Richard Snegg2
Abraham Gifford4
Giles Winston2
John Slade2
Abraham/Deborah Leonard3
John White2
Richard Tipperd4
William Turner / William Tucker4
Thomas Hill, 2 houses7
William Andrews3
Richard Hudson6
Richard Griffeth/Griffin1
Richard Hasfild/Hatfeild2
William Worrell2
Mr Samuel Perry, 4 houses13
Thomas Cole3
Mr Griffin, clerk, 2 houses8
Grace Surman/Sherman1
Elizabeth Ludby1
William Bucher2
Thomas Dyer3
Benjamin Tucker2
Simon Evans2
Margaret Cole2
Hezekiah Cole5
James Prosser2
Richard Curtice4
William Tovey5
Francis Evans1
Sarah Holder1
John Fryer1
And arrears forge 2 years2
James Leonard1
Roger Tippett4
John Brace3
James Legg2
James Holder1
Thomas Clarke3
Henry Bingham4
James Freeman2
Matthew Holister4
Hugh Browne esq14
William Felps2
Joan Tippett5
William Tippett3
Henry Giles esq.14
Mr Bridges7
Samuel Harder2
William Parker2
Thomas Douding3
Henry Roberts3
Christopher Davis4
Avice Douding2
Margaret Williams1
John Cole demolished paid one half year1
196

Exemptions

Francis Camberne1
John Winston1
Thomas Prigg1
George Rousell2
Richard Hawkins1
Edith Cox1
Richard Williams2
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