1 edition of lay subsidy roll for Warwickshire of 6 Edward III (1332) found in the catalog.
lay subsidy roll for Warwickshire of 6 Edward III (1332)
|Statement||translated and edited with an introduction by William Fowler Carter.|
|Series||Publications of the Dugdale Society -- Vol.6|
|Contributions||Carter, William Fowler., Dugdale Society.|
In the Lay Subsidy Roll of , JOHN INGRAM paid tax of 16 pence out of a total assessment of 23 shillings in Little Wolford. A John INGRAM who was a chaplain named in a deed of in Warwickshire Feet of Fines, , The Stafford family had been overlords of Wolford since the Domesday Book in , but in Edward Stafford. died ca  of Barbon, Westmoreland; Maunby and Kirby Knowle, co. York identified as 'Roger de Magneby' in charter of 29 Mar  Sided with baronial party against King Henry III safe conduct dated at Westminster, 30 Jan /6: ' Safe conduct until three weeks after Easter for Roger de Lasceles, coming to the king's court. handclist of additions to the collection of english manuscripts in the john rylands library, by moses tyson, m.a., ph.d. [r. wm derby subsidy roll of . This is the only spelling we've found, and it appears in both Welsh and English contexts ." The footnote cites Tangwystyl verch Morgant Glasvryn, "Names and Naming Practices in the Merioneth Lay Subsidy Roll " (Known World Heraldic Symposium Proceedings, ) .
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Lay subsidy roll for Warwickshire of 6 Edward III () London, for the Dugdale Society by H. Milford, Oxford University Press, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: W F Carter; Frederick C Wellstood; Great Britain.
Exchequer. Full text of "Lay subsidy roll, A.D.and Nonarum inquisitiones, for the county of Worcester ; ed. for the Worcestershire historical society" See other formats. Lay Subsidy Roll for Warwickshire of Six Edward III, available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide.
IV Records of King Edward's School, Birmingham. Vol I. The 'Miscellany' Volume. ; V Minutes and Accounts of the Corporation of Stratford-upon-Avon, Vol III, – ; VI The Lay Subsidy Roll for Warwickshire of Edward III. VII Records of King Edward's School, Birmingham.
Vol. VIII The Registers of Edgbaston Parish. ‘Lay Taxes in England and Wales ’, Public Record Office Handbook Num PRO Publications. 9 See 10 F.C. Wellstood and W.F. Carter. ‘The Lay Subsidy Roll for Warwickshire of Edward III ()’, Oxford University Press, The Lay Subsidy Roll forSupplement to the Transactions of the Midland Record Society 6 (s.l., ) The Lay Subsidy Roll for Warwickshire of 6 Edward III (), ed.
Carter, Dugdale Society Main Series 6 (London, )Cited by: The Subsidy Rolls were taxation records of England and Wales that began in and continued until the Hearth Tax Returns or to Each roll was published by county. As with most rolls of the feudal era, they were an attempt to record population and land holdings for the purposes of taxation.
In some cases, they specify the services due from tenants to lords which. Vol. 6 () The Lay Subsidy Roll for Warwickshire of Edward III. Vol. 11 () Warwickshire Feet of Fines, Vol I.
Vol. 15 () Warwickshire Feet of Fines, Vol II. Vol. 16 () Rolls of the Warwickshire and Coventry Sessions of the Peace, Vol. 18 () Warwickshire Feet of Fines, Vol III.
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Edited by W. Lunt The Lay Subsidy Roll for Warwickshire of 6 Edward III (). Catalog start Subject "Taxation England Warwickshire" Remove constraint Subject: "Taxation England The lay subsidy roll for Warwickshire of 6 Edward III ()  Great Britain.
Exchequer. London, For the Dugdale Society by H. Milford, Oxford University Press, Description Book — xxx, p. front. (fold. facsim.) 25 cm. Online. Soulton Hall is a Grade II* listed building, along with its walled gardens, pillared forecourt and carved stone work. Soulton Bridge, crossing Soulton Brook is a Grade I listed structure, built in by Thomas Telford.
It is now a hotel and farm. It Architectural style: Tudor architecture. Home. Dedication ; Introduction; Sligo 1. Robert Soden, - Thomas Soden, - ; Sligo 2 ; Sligo 3 ; Sligo 4 ; Sligo 5 Warwickshire William F.
Carter, ed. The Lay Subsidy Roll for Warwickshire of London: Milford for the Dugdale Society 6, Wiltshire David Crowley, ed. The Wiltshire Tax List of Trowbridge: Wiltshire Record Soci Worcester P. Eld, ed. Lay Subsidy for the County of Worcester 1 Edward III.
Worcestershire. Full text of "Lay Subsidy Roll, A.D.for the County of Worcester" See other formats. Records of King Edward's School, Birmingham. Vol I. The 'Miscellany' Volume. Vol. 5 () Minutes and Accounts of the Corporation of Stratford-upon-Avon, Vol III, Vol.
6 () The Lay Subsidy Roll for Warwickshire of Edward III. Vol. 7 () Records of King Edward's School, Birmingham. Vol. Vol. 8 (). Lay Subsidy Roll,printed in "Transactions of the Associated Architectural Societies, Vol. XIX, page ,also lists the Armorial Bearings of Horton: Catalogue Reference E //6, 22 Edward III () Cheshire, Derbyshire, Shropshire, Staffordshire, Warwickshire, Institute of Historical Research, Fasti Ecclesiae Anglicanae Minutes and Accounts of the Corporation of Stratford-upon-Avon, Vol III, Out of print.
The Lay Subsidy Roll for Warwickshire of Edward III. Out of print. VII. Records of King Edward's School, Birmingham. Vol. Derbyshire Householders () Tax return on goods and land held by all lay persons (i. e., non-clergy) in Derbyshire MULWARD. Cost: £ Sample scan, click to enlarge Inhabitants of Warwickshire () This lay subsidy roll for Warwickshire records the tax of a tenth and a fifteenth on the laity of the county at Michaelmas The record is arranged by boroughs.
Numerous official English documents mention a Curly, or Curlew, family beginning in the early 12th century. The family can be traced to Normandy in AD, with their first recorded appearance in England innot too long after the decisive Norman conquest of.
12 By the town's development must explain the presence of thirty-two taxpayers at Shipston compared with eighteen at Blackwell: Lay Subsidy Roll for the County of Worcester circ. (recte ), ed.
Bund, J. Willis and Amphlett, J. (Worcs. by: LH16 Photocopy of transcript of Lay Subsidy Roll of 6 Edward III, Hundred of Kineton. LH18 Extract from transcript of “Feet of Fines for the County of Warwick”, detailing land holdings in Lighthorne from the 13 th to the 15 th centuries. LH19 Extract from “The Antiquities of Warwickshire Illustrated” by Dugdale.
Correspondence with Roy's wife, Jean in indicated that he also located a Robert de la Cloude and William de la Cloude on the Lay Subsidy Rolla tax of Edward III for Warwickshire.
This would have been a 'lucky find' because, according to Markwell & Saul in The Family Historian's Enquire Within (3rd ed. ) names were not generally. III, Dugdale Society Publications, 5 () Carter, W.F.; Wellstood, F.C. eds., Lay Subsidy Roll for Warwickshire of 6 Edward III (); with three early Subsidy Rolls for Stratford-upon-Avon, and an extract from an Assize Rool of.
The Inquistion Nonarum In John Duke is listed as mong those responsible for accounting for the taxes of the parish of Canford, where William Duke previously held property. He is almost certainly a son of this William Duke.
The Duke Family of Cerne Abbas. Walter Duke held property in Cerne Abbas inand later records indicate that his family, or some. The lay subsidy roll of Warwickshire of 6 Edward Ill () (London ); P.R.O. /6 8 Edw./6a 8 Edw.E. /7 10 Edw. published in R. Glasscock (Ed.), The lay subsidy of (London ) ; P.R.O.
/, E. /, E. / E /, E. /  Doubleday, Page Cited by: 2. In the lay subsidy rolls of Early Somerset are found the unique given names: Johanne a request was made to Edward III to “take into his favour and Shiregreen, Yorkshire”. No Athelstone has been located in Worcestershire as yet, but there is an Atherstone in Warwickshire, which is at the juncture of the counties of Warwickshire.
J. Willis Bund and John Amphlett, eds, Lay subsidy roll for the county of Worcester, circ. () (Internet Archive - Text Archive) Worcestershire Historical Society. Latin transcript.
Eld, ed., Lay subsidy roll for the county of Worcester, 1 Edward I [III]. () (Internet Archive - Text Archive) Worcestershire Historical Society.
Edward III. Stretton magna. John Eyrik Required to pay lay subsidy of 3s. (History of Stretton Magna and Parva. ) (Lay Subsidy /2. 6 Edward III. Stretton Magna.) John Eyrik Rental agreement in Stretton magna. (History of Stretton Magna and Parva. ) (De Banco Roll Mich.
6 Edward III. Stretton Magna.). Domesday Book and Beyond: Three Essays in the Early History of England. Maitland. Essay One: Domesday Book At midwinter in the year William the Conqueror wore his crown at Gloucester and there he had deep speech with his wise men.
The outcome of that speech was the mission throughout all England of 'barons,' 'legates' or 'justices' charged with the duty of. Publications catalogue. A Dictionary of London. A New History of London Including Westminster and Southwark.
A Survey of London. Reprinted From the Text of Acts and Ordinances of the Interregnum, Additional Material For the History of the Grey Friars, London. Advance of Money, Committee. Agas Map of London Alumni Oxonienses. Catalogue of Ancient Deeds: 6 volumes: Chronicles of the Mayors and Sheriffs of London Single volume: City of York, Register of Freemen: 1 volume: Court of Husting, Wills: 2 volumes: Cumberland and Westmorland Antiquarian: 2 volumes: Cumberland Lay Subsidy Fifteenth and Tenth, 6 Edw.
III: Single volume. Lay Subsidy Roll for the County of Worcester c. Willis Bund & J. Amphlett (WHS ) pp. ; King’s Norton Rental PRO Special Collections 11/ She moat at Wythwood Cottage Farm is mentioned by R. Hetherington ‘Can Wythall be saved from town planning’ in The Redditch Indicator Goldstone Manor / The Manor of Goldstone, Goldstone Hall and the Goldstone Estate in the parishes of Cheswardine and Hinstock, Shropshire, England - A History of a Shropshire Manor and its people over more than years.
Includes details of the Goldstone, Crouch, Pegg, Hayward and Vardon families of Goldstone Hall in the Parish of Cheswardine, Shropshire.
The roll was translated and edited by William Fowler Carter and published by the Dugdale Society inwith an appendix printing the lay subsidy rolls for Stratford-upon-Avon ofandand a brief extract from an assize roll of inquiring about irregularities in the levying of the tax.
BANHAM. Cost: £ John Underhill, son of Edward Underhill and Margaret Middlemore, was born inin Crimscote, Warwickshire County, England, and died 10 Septemberin Whitechurch, Warwickshire County, England.
He was married 27 Novemberin Preston, Warwickshire, England, to Marjory Wylmer, who was born aboutin Marstoke, Warwickshire, England.
In Willliam Brabazon, then army treasurer in Ireland, asked if John could be sent to Ireland to help him, together with two or three clerks.
After William acquired the manor at Eastwell John possibly occupied it as a tenant - in John was recorded in the Lay Subsidy roll paying the largest amount of tax. Willis Bund and John Amphlett, eds, Lay subsidy roll for the county of Worcester, circ. () (Internet Archive - Text Archive) Worcestershire Historical Society.
Latin transcript. Eld, ed., Lay subsidy roll for the county of Worcester, 1 Edward I [III]. () (Internet Archive - Text Archive) Worcestershire Historical Society. Find link is a tool written by Edward Betts.
searching for Hearth tax found ( total) alternate case: hearth tax Pierrepont House, Nottingham ( words) exact match in snippet view article find links to article Kingston-upon-Hull. The Lay Subsidy Roll of lists those liable for the hearth largest in Nottingham was Thurland House w and Pierrepont.
With his son Edward the younger he was a witness to brother Robert’s Will Dunton was a small settlement: the Lay Subsidy Roll of /9 listed only 8 payers for Dunton cum Milloe.
Edward II paid 8s on 40s in lands. 29 Neither of his 2 brothers paid, suggesting that. Patent Rolls Calendars, Edward IV, Edward V, Richard III, s Patent Rolls Calendars, Henry VII, (2 vols.) Patent Rolls Calendars, Edward VI, (6 vols.).
Selly Oak is an industrial and residential area in south west Birmingham, area gives its name to Selly Oak ward and includes the neighbourhoods of: Bournbrook, Selly Park, and Ten adjoining wards of Edgbaston and Harborne are to the north of the Bourn Brook, which was the former county boundary, and to the south are Weoley, and y: England. William's will states his occupation as husbandman.
He witnessed the will of Richard Snow on Ap and the will of Thomas Snow on Ap He is perhaps the William Tyllson named in the Lay Subsidy Roll at Narboro.  His will was probated on J His wife Alice is named executrix in this will.Lay Subsidy Roll for the County of Worcester is a listing of all those in this county who were eligible to pay tax on their property.
The relevant entry is on the left hand column of page 74 of the list of names and reads: These types of tax records are often referred to as ‘The Hundred Rolls’.