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The Somerset Protestation Returns ; and Lay subsidy rolls, 1641-2

The Somerset Protestation Returns ; and Lay subsidy rolls, 1641-2

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Published by T. L. Stoate in Bristol .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Somerset (England),
  • England,
  • Somerset.
    • Subjects:
    • Registers of births, etc. -- England -- Somerset.,
    • Somerset (England) -- Genealogy.

    • Edition Notes

      Includes indexes.

      Statementtranscribed by A. J. Howard ; edited ... by T. L. Stoate.
      ContributionsHoward, A. J., Stoate, T. L.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsCS435.S4 S65
      The Physical Object
      Pagination[1], xxii, 344 p. :
      Number of Pages344
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL4286397M
      ISBN 100950404713
      LC Control Number78313163
      OCLC/WorldCa2767921

      English patent rolls for "Decem Whereas Edmund Drake, shearman, and John Hawkyng, alias Harte, tailor, late of Tavistock, Devon, are indicted of having on 25 April 2 Edward VI, at Tavistock, stolen a horse worth L3, of one John Harte; and whereas William Master, cordyner, and Edmund Drake, shearman, late of Tavistock, are indicted of having on 16 April 2 Edward VI, at Peter.


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The Somerset Protestation Returns ; and Lay subsidy rolls, 1641-2 Download PDF EPUB FB2

The returns to Parliament, for the county of Somerset, a list of many of the inhabitants of each parish aged 18 or over inas a consequence of a Bill which stated that all adult Englishmen must take an oath protesting their loyalty0 to the Church of Englad, the King, and the Powers and Priveleges of.

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Stoate. Bibliographic information. Title: The Somerset Protestation Returns ; and 1641-2 book Subsidy Rolls, Editor: T. Stoate: Translated by: Arthur John Howard. The Somerset protestation returns and lay subsidy rolls, / transcribed by A.

Howard ; edited and published by T. Stoate. THE SOMERSET PROTESTATION RETURNS and LAY SUBSIDY ROLLS (Ref ) Transcribed by A. Howard Edited and Published by T. Stoate In the year of it was demanded that every man over the age of 18 should make an oath was to follow the “true Protestant religion”.

In 1 library. [1], xxii, p.: map ; 30 cm. Registers of births, etc. -- England -- Somerset. Somerset (England) -- Genealogy. England Government Allegiance of citizens Law Protestation Somerset protestation returns Texts Somerset Personal property Taxation Lay subsidy rolls Texts. Brinsmeads listed in the Tudor and Stuart Tax Rolls and Muster Rolls for Somerset: Return to West Country Roots.

Return to Home Page. Somerset Protestation returns and Lay Subsidy Rolls /2 - A.J. Howard and T.L. Stoate. page Hundred of Taunton Deane - Bishop's Hull Parish - Hull Tithing. Brinsmeade, Nicholas.

In the published Somerset subsidy rolls (Stoate and Howard, The Somerset Protestation Returns and Lay Subsidy Rolls) names are listed roughly in descending order of tax assessed with recusants noted at the end of the list.

Many widows are so noted, as are esquires, gentlemen and clerks, and the terms senior and junior are used. There are many others for single places also published, for example Stoate and Howard (The Somerset Protestation Returns and Lay Subsidy Rolls ) present a list of taxes and indicate the varied locations of original items as well as manuscript and printed transcripts for Somerset.

Faraday, M A. Shropshire Taxes in the Reign On Henry VIII: The Lay Subsidy ofThe Lay Subsidy of and the Benevolence of Faraday, M A, Gibson, Jeremy & Dell, Alan. The Protestation Returns and other contemporary listings: Family History Partnership, Michael is also author of 'Ludlow ' and editor of (inter alia) 'Herefordshire Taxes in the Reign of Henry VIII' (WNFC ), 'Herefordshire Militia Assessments of ' (S.

Camden IV 10), ''The Lay Subsidy for Shropshire ' (SRS3), 'The Westmorland Protestation Returns /2' (CWAAS, TS xvii), 'Worcestershire Taxes in the. Buy Somerset Protestation Returns and Lay Subsidy Rolls, New edition by Howard, A.J., Stoate, T.L.

(ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible : A.J. Howard. The importance of the returns to the genealogist and local historian is that they comprise, or should comprise, a list of all male (and in a few cases female) inhabitants of each parish of the age of 18 and over.

This book not only covers the Protestation returns but also the Lay Subsidy Rolls of Available from A J Howard (transcriber) T L Stoate (Ed): Somerset Protestation Returns and Lay Subsidy Rolls The Harleian Society has published various Visitations including the Visitation of Somerset publishededited by Frederick Thomas Colby, and the Visitation of Somerset and the City of Bristol by Sir Edward Busshe transcribed by G.

Stanford Libraries' official online search tool for books, media, journals, databases, government documents and more. The Somerset Protestation Returns ; and Lay subsidy rolls, in SearchWorks catalog.

*In Sampford Brett, a note states that Nicholas Marten refused to take the protestation’. In the subsidy roll of Nicholas Martin and his wife are noted as recusants.

Plenty of protestation returns are available in print and in microform, for example. Webster’s (Protestation Returns /2 - Notts./Derbys, ) indexed transcription of Nottingham (and three Derbyshire) parishes.

He was taxed on land valued at £4. This was the last year we have evidence that the Rossiters owned substantial land at Combe St. Nicholas. (The Somerset Protestation Returns and Lay Subsidy Rolls /2, transcribed by A. Howard, ed. by T. Stoate [Bristol, ] 51, ). Children, named in will: 7.i.

EDWARD 3, b ca.only son. The Lay Subsidy Roll of records the names Roberto Ridyhert of Symonbesbergh [Symondsbury] and De Nicholao Ridhoud of Hyneton Goundeuyle [Tarrant Hinton] Between and there was widespread and repeated famine due to climate change which caused a loss of population of approx million in the first 25 years of the century.

Vol. 5: West Sussex Protestation Returns – Vol. 4: Miscellaneous Records Vol. 2: An Abstract of Feet of Fines For the County of Sussex: Vol.

1, SOUTH PETHERTON Lists of People. Although the census records with full lists of the entire population did not start untilthere are a variety of sources from the C16th onwards which list either able bodied males or of people who had enough property or goods to be taxed or required to serve as jurors.

(There was a separate tax on the clergy.) The Great Subsidy of lists all people over the age of 16 years with income from land or with taxable goods worth 2 per annum, or with annual wages of 1 or more. The following data were abstracted from Devon Lay Subsidy Rolls.

In the Subsidy rolls William Perrin was taxed in Nailsea A. Howard and T. Stoat, The Somerset Protestation Returns; and Lay subsidy rolls, (Bristol: T. Stoat, ), It is unclear whether William moved to Nailsea between. The associated Repertory Rolls and Agenda Books, particularly the former, provide leads, Add.

Charters and Rolls (covering part of Somerset, temp. Charles I). A few Monmouthshire recusants from the Roll are Somerset Protestation Returns and Subsidy Rolls (Bristol, ), pp.,; also p.

ix of the very useful. Mowl's lively commentary on this walk can be filled out at leisure through his book To Build the Second City () and complemented by another recent publication, Donald Jones, A History of Clifton which tackles the subject from a quite different angle. MEMBERS' NEWS 1. Congratulations to Niall Rothnie who has been appointed Head of History at.

Stoate, T.L. Devon Lay Subsidy Rolls, (Bristol, ). FHL Book R49s. Research use: They are one of the major sources in the Medieval time period. They locate individuals in a specific place at a point in time when other records do not exist.

Hearth Tax. This tax of a shilling for each fireplace or stove (except those of paupers. The Devon Lay Subsidy Rolls and The Subsidy rolls of - 27 are, with a few exceptions, the first taxation lists giving the names of the inhabitants since the subsidy of The Sampford Peverell residents listed in the rolls from and can be found here.

Full text of "Notes & queries for Somerset and Dorset" See other formats VOL. XII. SEPTEMBE Notes & FOR SOMERSET AND DORSET EDITED BY FREDERIC WILLIAM WEAVER, M.A., F.S.A.

(Vicar of Milton Clevedon, Editor of the " Visitations of the Counties of Somerset and Hereford," "Somerset Incumbents," etc.) AND CHARLES HERBERT MATO, M.A., R.D. (Vicar of Long Burton with Holnest. Domesday Book entry Tithe Return C13th.

Lay Subsidy for Registers of baptism, marriage and burial for the Anglican Church of St Mary and St Benedict. Church Rate List Various leases. A list of wills of residents of Buckland Brewer. This list is not complete. An index to the Protestation Oath Roll of /2 by the Devon.

The Protestation returns are well known to social and demographic historians, who have used them to estimate local populations and levels of show 3s spent on the Protestation and a book for the names of subscribers, followed by an entry of gs gd 'for mending the church window^'.^' Somer~et Protestation returns and lay subsidy rolls.

(3) /2 Protestation Returns - "Protestation Returns, /2, Nottinghamshire and Derbyshire", NFHS All adult males in each parish were required by Act of Parliament to sign the Protestation Return.

This was in effect a declaration of loyalty to "the true Reformed Protestant Religion" and. The family appear in the Lay Subsidy Rolls [tax returns] of and in four parishes. In the Protestation Oaths oftaken by every male over the age of 18, they appear in 33 parishes with 12 variations in the spelling.

Robert Wolcott and his son, Robert, signed the Protestation return at Heathfield. Robert Wolcott of Heathfield paid a tax of 11s on the Lay Subsidy ofwhich was the second largest tax paid by any Wolcott in Somerset on that tax roll, after Henry Wolcott, Sr.

of Tolland, who paid 15s 2d. Lay Subsidy Records; Bedfordshire Poll Book ; Bedfordshire Poll Book ; Buckinghamshire Poll Book ; Cheshire Register of Electors ; Cornwall Protestation Returns; Cumberland Lay Subsidy ; Derbyshire Poll (1) Derbyshire Poll (2) Devon Pre Censuses and Population Listings; The Devon and Exeter Oath.

Walter was taxed on 3L in goods at High Bickington on the Lay Subsidy Roll of Thomas and John, presumably his brothers are also listed as paying similar amounts.

Walter was taxed on 8L on the Lay Subsidy Roll of (7) Thomas Wolcot fil et haer, c According to the Visitation, Thomas married, Margery, daughter and coheiress. Astonishingly in Swine Toller was apparently held by John de Ingham, who was a direct descendant of the Waleran of the Domesday Book.

The Lay Subsidy roll of lists the names of 17 inhabitants of Toller Porcorum, and the subsidy roll of increases the list to 21, though these of course were only the richest men in the village. Devon Protestation Returns Devon Subsidy Rolls Devon Taxes We have 1 de Wheddene in the Lay Subsidy Rolls of Somerset and 6 Whetene or similar surnames in Devon in the Lay Subsidy Rolls.

In the Domesday Book "Witenge" lies within the Hundred of Tiverton. Halberton is the Hundred just to the south of. Garraway Rice, T. ed., West Sussex Protestation Returns,Sussex Record Society, 5 The Book of John Rowe, Steward of the Manors of Lord Bergavenny, The Lay Subsidy Rolls for the County of Sussex,Sussex Record Society, 56 ().

The Protestation Returns of act as a kind of census for men over the age of eighteen in Devon and Somerset. This map shows the distribution of Shattock adult males in The Returns show the following Shatticke men in North Molton: John Shatticke, William Shatticke, and Simon Shatticke.

Sussex books at the Internet Archive. William Axon, Bygone Sussex London, ; West Sussex Protestation Returns (Sussex Record Society) Occupations. The Lay Subsidy Rolls for the County of Sussex (Sussex Record Society) Voting Registers.

book - F. Dickinson, Kirby's Quest for Somerset (). Nomina Villarum for Somerset of 16th of Edward III. Exchequer Lay Subsidies /5 which is a tax roll for Somerset of the first year of Edward III -- too early to probably be of any interest.

microfilm - Upton Noble Lay Subsidy, E. Makings (C.A.F) DORSET HEARTH TAX RETURNS - Mills (A.D) Ed. THE DORSET LAY SUBSIDY ROLL OF Dorset Record Society. Dorchester: ; Rumble (A.R) Ed. THE DORSET LAY SUBSIDY ROLL OF Dorset Record Society. Dorchester: Stoate DORSET MUSTERS ; Stone (B) PREHISTORIC AND ROMAN REMAINS IN WEST DORSET AND THE.

Devon Subsidy Rolls Devon Muster Roll Devon Taxes Devon: Tudor Exeter the Subsidy of Maritime Survey of Devon Devon Protestation Returns Devon Parishes Where Wheatons lived Map of South East Devon.

Devon Timeline. Wheaton Book Sellers Exeter. Wheaton Publishers Exeter.Protestation Returns Parliament decreed that all men, o in the country should swear their allegiance to the Church of England, refusal meant, assumed to be a Catholic & banned from pubic office [a most parishes below has only has 1 Soper [pure speculation] perhaps household head might sign for adult sons].

Arthur Soper Doddiscombsleigh parish, Hundred of Exminster Protestation.In the Lay Subsidy Rolls for Codecombe (aka Cutcombe), Somerset (adjacent Wheddon Cross) is Waltero (Walter) de Wheddene. It is assumed that Wheddene must have been an early place name that later became Wheddon Cross.

Records in Exeter mention a “Gilbert le Whetene” in and a “John le Whetene” in becoming freemen.