Frome Parish Rates, 1727-34

 

Churchwardens’ accounts for the Parish of Frome survive from the mid 17th century. J.O. Lewis, a noted local historian, acquired two volumes of the accounts, for 1679-1702 and 1727-34, and these are now held at Somerset Record Office. Other material is still at St John’s, Frome, and transcripts of some rates are held by Frome Local History Museum.

 

The accounts are more or less in chronological order and contain:

·          the names of parish officers chosen each Easter at meetings of the Vestry presided over by the Vicar

·          lists of the rates to be collected from landholders to meet payments to the poor and other parish expenses

·          records of regular and extraordinary payments to the poor

·          records of decisions by the Vestry as to how often rates should be collected for each year

·          records of incidental expenses, including expenditure by the parish constables

·          statements of income and expenditure certified by local Justices of the Peace

·          miscellaneous material connected with parish finances.

 

Lewis made notes from the two volumes of Churchwardens’ accounts as well as from other material he had access to, and he began to collate the valuation lists from the later period. Entries for the Town Tithing for surnames beginning A-R are taken from Lewis’s notes; surnames beginning S-Y and entries for the East and West Woodlands Tithings are from my transcriptions of the original volume. See also Stocks and image of a typical page.

 

As soon as you begin to use a questionnaire or tabulate data, the complexities of the material struggle with the order you seek to impose on it. To collect subsidies for the poor as fairly and consistently as possible Parish Overseers of the Poor drew up lists of chargeable properties and collected the rates for their tithing as often as the Vestry decided. At first there were only a few dozen ratepayers, but by the end of the 17th century the town was an important centre of the woollen cloth industry and parochial finance became increasingly complex. The account books show humanity contending with concern to restrict expenditure: some ratepayers are excused additional payments because they are old or poor, while at one point the Justices of the Peace insist that payments should only be made in proper form from the table in the church.

 

In the second half of the 18th century the rate books show clearly who occupies and who owns each property and where it is, but in this period things are much less formal. The pages of the account books have four columns, the first for the Christian name of the ratepayer, the second for surname and a reference to the property, and the third and fourth the shillings and pence at which it was rated. In addition, a few ratepayers were charged for ‘stocks’: these are shown at the end of each tithing. Until 1695 the rating lists are set out by locality, and after that more or less alphabetically by surname within the three tithings.

 

The lists are laconic working documents which do not waste words, and there is considerable ambiguity in some entries.

·          The Overseers probably knew many of the people and properties they were referring to. They knew who and what they meant and were writing for local associates, not for remote posterity. by contrast, the stewards of the major local landowners such as Viscount Weymouth and the Earl of Cork were professional managers working not from year to year, but from century to century and generation to generation and with the possibility of future legal challenge. This contrast is highlighted in the long-running dispute between the Vicar of Frome and Squire Champneys of Orchardleigh, who successfully prosecuted his claim to the advowson of Frome – the right to appoint the Sexton.

·          Names are largely spelt as they sounded to the writer at the time, hence Alchild/Archild, Due/Dew, Kevil/Keyfield/Cafell, Rossiter/Roster, Sutton/Sudden. The handwriting on occasion leaves room for interpretation, and capitals are often used arbitrarily. Contractions and abbreviations are used regularly for Christian names, titles and for ‘part of’ (pt) and ‘late’ (Lt).

·          Incoming Overseers interpreted the previous year’s list as they found it. In some cases there are obvious mistranscriptions and omissions which persist and are even logically developed in subsequent years. Thus, “Lt Austin’s Farm” becomes transformed into “St Augustin’s Farm”.

·          Properties were generally known at this time by recent owners (or occupiers). A landholder might take on an extra piece of meadow in good times and give it up again it if a couple of his cows died. Some names go back to ancient times, such as Bradford’s Bridge and Cottle’s Oak; others appear for the first time in the pages of the account books. Most land in Frome was still held on long leases from big landowners, but prosperous traders and farmers were increasingly freeholders as well. Decisions about who should pay rates seem to have been fairly ad hoc at times.

·          There was extensive new building, reconstruction and division and amalgamation of landholdings during this period. There is ambiguity and confusion about who owns or occupies plots. A name is sometimes tacked on to the end of a property for years on end, e.g. Wm Pobjoy Lt Edwards Jos. Baber. In some cases this seems to refer to a temporary occupant, but in others it anticipates a change of ratepayer. Sometimes two people seem to be rated for the same property, while others are mysteriously omitted for a year or more. On occasion deceased ratepayers appear in the lists.

·          Two people with the same name are sometimes distinguished by adding ‘Junr/Senr’ or a trade or abode. Thus Rd Turner of Bartley, Hy Allen Dyear and John Morgan (Chandler) indicate who is intended; but these usages are not consistent. It is sometimes unclear whether an entry of this kind refers to a trade or to a person (Henry Dyer, Thomas Chandler) who bore the same name.

·          It is not always clear whether a name refers to a person or place. When Richd Pobjoy is rated 1s 2¼d for ‘pt of Langlys Lt Jenkins's Caiford’, does this mean that the property was in Keyford, or that a member of the Cayford family occupied it?

 

I have certainly corrupted data in the process of transcribing and tabulating them, and Lewis and the Overseers before him probably did so as well. The table below should be regarded as at best a secondary source and where possible compared with others – Parish Register entries, wills, Longleat and other local deeds, land tax valuations and so on.

 

Notes on the categories

 

Ratepayer                Persons whose name appears explicitly (or implicitly through Dittos) on the left of the lists

Other tenants          Persons who previously or subsequently appear as chargeable for that property, or whose name appears on the right of an entry as a putative tenant

Property                    The description of what is chargeable

Rate                          The rate to be charged for each collection

Years                        The years for which an entry appears

Variant entries        Variations in the entry which could imply something different

Variant spellings    Variant spellings of names: some appear in the original, others are included to facilitate searching

 

I have capitalised what appear to be personal surnames, except in the first column.

 

Town Tithing

 

Ratepayer

Property

Rate

Years

Other tenants

Variant entries

Variant spellings

Peirce A'Court

 

1d

1732

1727‑31: Jane COOK

1733‑34: Benj. COOK

 

ACOURT

Peirce A'Court Esqr

for ye Angell

6d

1727-34

 

 

ACOURT

Wido. Allen

for ye Wool Hall

6d

1730-34

1727‑29: Henry ALLEN

 

 

Mr Henry Allen

for ye Wool Hall

6d

1727-29

1730‑34: Widow ALLEN

 

 

Jno. Allen

Lt WILTONs

1d

1727-34

 

 

 

Benjamin Ashley

Lt Ed KINGs

1d

1730

1727‑29: Joshua GOLLEDGE

1731‑34: no entry

 

 

Mrs Asston

Lt Philip STEVENS's

10d

1728-34

 

 

ASHTON

Wido. Ayres

a house on Jo. BAILY's land

2d

1727-32

1733: James POPE

1734: no entry

 

AYERS, AIRES

Mr Baber

for late FRYERs High Elm

1½d

1733-34

 

1734: rated 2d

 

Mrs Baber

for FRYERs High Elm

1½d

1731-32

1727‑30: James CHAPMAN

1733‑34: no entry

 

 

Mrs Baber

late MARCHANTs

1s 10d

1734

 

 

MERCHANT

James Baber

8 houses in ye Oadgrounds

8d

1727-34

 

 

 

William Bainton

a house lt KEYFORDs

1½d

1732-34

 

 

 

Joseph Barnes

pt of Holcombe (Whatcombe) Farm at Bradford's Bridge

1½d

1727-34

 

 

 

Richard Bigg Jnr

a house on Dr BAYLY's land

1d

1728, 1730‑34

 

 

BAILY, BAILEY

Richard Bigg Jnr

Lt William NAILEs 2 houses in Oadground

2d

1728, 1730‑34

 

 

 

Richard Bigwood

a house

1d

1727-34

 

1730: 4 houses 4d

 

Richard Bigwood Jnr

one house

1d

1727-34

 

 

 

William Bigwood Snr

a house

1d

1733-34

 

 

 

Joseph Bishop

a house late CAFFELs

1½d

1734

 

 

 

James Biss

for one house

1d

1727-34

 

 

 

William Blake

for Lt CANDYs Bushey Close

1d

1733-34

 

 

 

Thomas Brown

Lt John JAMES

1d

1730-34

 

 

 

Thomas Brown

pt of PARSONS's

½d

1734

 

 

 

Wido. Bull

Lt WHICHURCHs

1s 3d

1733-34

1727‑32: Mr Richard BULL 2s 6d

1733: Widow BULL 1s 3d, Mr HARRIS 1s 3d

1734: Widow BULL 1s 3d, HARRIS Dyer 1s 3d

 

WHITCHURCH

Widow Bull

for WASONs and SMITHs

3d

1733-34

1727‑32: Richard BULL 6d

1733‑34 Widow BULL 3d, HARRIS 3d

 

 

Widow Bull

Lt James CHAPMANs Irongate

3d

1733-34

1727‑32: Mr Richard BULL

1730: or AVERY

 

Mr Henry Bull

house in ye Market Place & Ground

4s 1d

1727-31

1732‑34: Mr HALLIDAY

Hall House? JOL

 

Mr Henry Bull

pt of WILKINS's

3d

1727-32

Geo LOCK

 

 

Richard Bull

for WASONs and SMITHs

6d

1727-32

1733‑34: Widow BULL 3d, HARRIS 3d

 

 

Richard Bull

late MARCHANTs

6d

1734

Mr HENDY

 

MERCHANT

Mr Richard Bull

Late James CHAPMANs Irongate

3d

1727-32

1733‑34: Widow BULL

1730: or AVERY

 

Mr Richard Bull

Late WHICHURCHs

2s 6d

1727-32

1733: Widow BULL 1s 3d, Mr HARRIS 1s 3d

1734: Widow BULL 1s 3d, HARRIS Dyer 1s 3d

 

WHITCHURCH

John Carpender or occupr

for FOLLETs 3 houses

3d

1727-34

 

 

 

Peter Carpender

Lt SHERMANs

4d

1727-32

1733‑34: Mrs YERBURY

 

 

John Chandler

1 house in ye Oadground late WASONs

1d

1730-34

1727‑29: Joseph WASON

 

 

John Chandler

2 houses

3d

1727-34

 

1730: 4 houses in ye New Bdgs

 

John Chandler

for lt X SPICER

2d

1730-34

1727‑29, 1733‑34: Christopher SPICER

 

 

William Chandler or occupr

a house

3d

1727-32

 

 

 

James Chapman

for FRYERs High Elm

1½d

1727-30

1731‑32: Mrs BABER

1733-34: no entry

 

James Chapman or occupr

for YERBURYs

2d

1727-31

1732: Jacob POPE

 

 

James Chapman

Lt BEDFORDs

2d

1727-34

 

 

 

Joseph Cockey

Lt FRAMPTONs

4d

1727-30

1731‑34: Joshua DAVID

 

 

William Cockey

Lt Anthony COOKs

1d

1727-34

 

 

 

William Cockey

pt of DEBNAMs

1½d

1727-34

 

 

 

William Coles

a house in Cheap St

6d

1727-34

 

 

 

Benjamin Cook or Occupr

 

8d

1727-34

 

 

 

Benjamin Cook

 

1d

1733-34

1727‑31: Jane COOK

1732: Peirce A'COURT

 

ACOURT

Hester Cook

 

6d

1732-33

Robert COOKE, Mdm DAVIES, Hester COOK, Benj. ROBBINS, Anty GARLICK

1733: rated 4d

 

Humph. Cook

Lt Anty. COOK's Tenements

2d

1727-34

 

 

 

Humph. Cook

Lt GOLLEGEs

2d

1727-30, 1732-34

 

 

 

Humph. Cook

Lt KINGs

1d

1727-31

 

 

 

Wido. Jane Cook

 

1d

1727-31

1732: Peirce A'COURT

1733‑34: Benj. COOK

 

ACOURT

Ant. Cooke Jnr

Lt Widow SMITHs at ye Sunn

1d

1727-30

1731: Jno JELLY

1733‑34: no entry

 

 

Robert Cooke

 

6d

1732-33

Robert COOKE, Mdm DAVIES, Hester COOK, Benj. ROBBINS, Anty GARLICK

1733: rated 4d

 

Edward Culverhouse

for GORDONs

5d

1727-32

1733: William DENMEAD

 

 

Edward Culverhouse

pt of DYERs

6½d

1727-32

1733: William DENMEAD

 

 

William Culverhouse

pt of SMITHs and HALES's

1d

1727-33

 

 

 

Joshua David

Lt FRAMPTONs

4d

1731-34

1727‑30: Joseph COCKEY

 

 

Mdm Davies

 

6d

1732-33

Robert COOKE, Mdm DAVIES, Hester COOK, Benj. ROBBINS, Anty GARLICK

1733: rated 4d

 

Madam Davis

Lt CORNISHes

9½d

1727-34

 

 

 

Matthew Denmead

House in ye Oadground Thos COLAGEs [?]

1d

1727-32

 

 

GOLLEDGE

William Denmead

for GORDONs

5d

1733

1727‑32: Edward CULVERHOUSE

 

 

William Denmead

pt of DYERs

6½d

1733

1727‑32: Edward CULVERHOUSE

 

 

James Druce

a house & grd Wal: SINGERs

2s 0d

1727-34

 

 

 

John Edgehill

his dwelling house

4d

1727-32

1733‑34: Robert EDGELL

 

 

Robert Edgehill

for Hurseovers

8d

1727-29

1730‑32: Robert WAYLAND

1733‑34: HORSEMAN

 

EDGELL

Thomas Edgehill

for ye Ship

6d

1727-32

1733‑34: Patrick MACKEY

 

EDGELL

Robert Edgell

dwelling house lt John EDGEHILL

4d

1733-34

1727‑32: John EDGEHILL

 

EDGEHILL

John Fowles

Ground at BULLs Quarrs

3d

1728-34

 

 

 

John Fowles

his dwelling house 1-3 tenements adjoining

7½d

1728-34

 

 

 

John Fowles

Lt HORTONs late Isaac POBJOY

1d

1728-34

1727‑28: Isaac POBJOY

 

 

William French

pt of Flintford

4d

1727

 

 

 

Phillip Fricker

Lt ELDERTONs

6d

1728-34

 

 

 

Phillip Fricker

pt of Flintford

1d

1727

 

 

 

Anty Garlick

 

6d

1732-33

Robert COOKE, Mdm DAVIES, Hester COOK, Benj. ROBBINS, Anty GARLICK

1733: rated 4d

 

James George

Thomas LACEYs

2d

1728, 1730‑33

 

 

 

John George

a house

1d

1727-30

1732‑34: no entry

 

 

Stephen George

1 house

1d

1728-34

 

 

 

Joshua Golledge

late Ed. KINGs

1d

1727-29

1730: Benjamin ASHLEY

1731‑34: no entry

 

 

Widow Gregory

a house

1d

1734

1727‑33: John GREGORY (ROPER)

 

 

John Gregory Soho

3 houses

2d

1727-34

 

1733-34: rated 3d

 

John Gregory Roper

a house (ROPER)

1d

1727-33

1734: Widow GREGORY

 

 

John Gregory of Soho

Lt JAMES's

1d

1727-32

 

 

 

Nat. Gregory

a house

1d

1727-34

 

 

 

Nat. Gregory

a new house

2d

1727-34

 

 

 

Richard Hales

Lt COOKs

4½d

1734

Walter SINGER

 

 

Mr Halliday

house in ye Market Place & Ground

4s 1d

1732-34

1727‑31: Mr Henry BULL

 

 

Edward Halliday

for COGSHILLs

1s 6d

1733-34

 

 

 

Edward Halliday

for FOXBERRYs

6d

1733-34

 

 

 

Edward Halliday

for Mrs LOYDEs late CUFFs

1s 3d

1733-34

 

 

LLOYD

Edward Halliday

for pt of FRAMPTONs

1¼d

1733-34

 

 

 

Edward Halliday

for pt of WAYLANDs

3d

1733-34

 

 

 

Edward Halliday

for pt of Whatcombe Fm late EMBLENs

1½d

1733-34

 

 

 

Edward Halliday

for pt of WHITTOCKs & sundry grounds

9¼d

1733-34

 

 

 

Edward Halliday

for WHITTOCKs dwelling house

7d

1733-34

 

 

 

Edward Halliday

for WILLIS's Ground

1d

1733-34

 

 

 

Edward Halliday

Lt ANDREWS

3d

1733-34

 

 

 

Edward Halliday

Lt BULL's Market Place

1d

1733-34

 

 

 

Edward Halliday

Lt Dr BAILYs

1d

1733-34

 

 

BAILEY

Edward Halliday

Lt Gabriel KNIGHTs

3d

1733-34

 

 

 

Edward Halliday

Lt Richard ROSE's

4d

1733-34

 

 

 

Edward Halliday

Lt FALKNERs

4d

1733-34

 

 

FAULKNER

Edward Halliday

Lt TREVES's

9d

1734

 

 

 

Edward Halliday

pt of TAYLORs late KNIGHTs

¾d

1733-34

 

 

 

Mr Edward Halliday

for SMITHs Barn

8d

1727-34

 

 

 

Harris

for WASONs and SMITHs

3d

1727-34

1727‑32: Richard BULL 6d

1733‑34: Widow BULL 3d, HARRIS 3d

 

 

Edward Harris or Occupr

Lt Wal. SINGERs

2d

1727-28

1729‑34: Stephen KEEPING

 

 

John Harris

another lt LACEYs

1d

1734

 

 

 

John Harris Dyer

house in SHEPPARDs Lane

1d

1727-34

 

 

 

Mr [John] Harris Dyer

Late WHICHURCHs

1s 3d

1727-34

1727‑32: Mr Richard BULL 2s 6d

1733: Widow BULL 1s 3d, Mr HARRIS 1s 3d

1734: Widow BULL 1s 3d, HARRIS Dyer 1s 3d

 

WHITCHURCH

Mr Robert Hayward

for pt of WILKINS's late LACEYs

6d

1727-34

 

 

 

Mr Robert Hayward

Lt SHORTs

4d

1727-34

 

 

 

Mr Hippy

for TUDGEEs

3d

1727-34

 

 

HIPPIE; TUDGAY

Jno Hobbs

house late Robt SINGER in ye Oadgrounds

1d

1731-32

1727‑30: Elizabeth LACEY

1733‑34: no entry

 

 

John Horler

late WILTONs

7d

1732-34

 

 

 

Horseman

for Hurseovers

8d

1733-34

1727‑29: Robert EDGEHILL

1730‑32: Robert WAYLAND

 

EDGELL, EDGEHILL

John Jelly

Lt Widow SMITHs at ye Sunn

1d

1731

1727‑30: Ant. COOKE Jnr

1733‑34: no entry

 

 

Edward Keeping

 

3d

1727-34

 

 

 

Stephen Keeping

4 tenements late SCUDAMOREs

4d

1733-34

1728: James SCUDAMORE

1729: Thos SCUDAMORE

1730‑32: John SCUDAMORE

 

 

Stephen Keeping

Lt Edwd HARRIS's

2d

1728 29, 1731-34

 

 

 

Stephen Keeping

Lt FALKNER's

1½d

1727-31

LACEY in Broad St (Scribler of Cloth)

1732‑34: Mells Parish

 

 

Stephen Keeping

Lt Mrs BURREL[?]'s

3d

1734

 

 

 

Stephen Keeping

Lt PARSONS's (Edw)

1½d

1727-34

 

 

 

Stephen Keeping

Lt SHORT's

3d

1727-34

 

 

 

Stephen Keeping

Lt Wal. SINGERs

2d

1729-34

1727‑28: Edward HARRIS

 

 

Stephen Keeping

Lt WHITTOCKs

3d

1727-34

 

 

 

Mrs Kingman

a house & 3 ac. ground

11d

1727-34

 

 

 

Mrs Kingman

a house at Garston Stile

[-]

1727-28

 

 

 

Mrs Kingman

a house late erected

5d

1727-34

 

 

 

Mrs Kingman

for CHAMPIONs

5d

1727-30

1733‑34: Madam SMITH

 

 

Mrs Kingman

for Thomas DEBNAMs

3d

1727-30

1733‑34: Madam SMITH

 

 

Mrs Kingman

Lt PERRYs Badcox Lane

[-]

1733-34

 

 

 

Mrs Kingman

pt of BARNS's

3d

1727-32

 

 

BARNES

Mrs Kingman

pt of GURGFIELDs

4d

1727-30

1733‑34: Madam SMITH

 

 

Mrs Kingman

pt of SELWOODs

1d

1727-34

 

1727-28: rated 4d

 

Mrs Kingman

pt of WESTs

2d

1727-30

1733‑34: Madam SMITH

 

 

Joseph Kingman or occupr

Lt PARSONS's

1d

1727-34

 

1733-34: 2 houses 2d

 

Wido. Ann Lacey

Lt BABER's 3 tenements

3d

1727-34

 

 

 

Elizabeth Lacey

house late Robt SINGER in ye Oadgrounds

1d

1727-30

1731‑32: Jno HOBBS

1733‑34: no entry

 

 

John Lacey

Lt Widow POBJOYs

1½d

1734

1732‑33: Wido. POBJOY

 

 

Thomas Lacey

James GEORGE's house

2d

1734

 

 

 

Mr Langham

Lt POBJOYs house & grd

2½d

1734

 

 

 

Wido. Langley

John BUTLER's at Clink

4d

1734

 

Richard? (JOL)

 

Laursey [Lacey  ?]

Lt COOKs

7d

1733

1727‑32: Mr ROSSITER

1734: no entry

 

 

John Little

dwelling house

4d

1727-34

 

1729-30: rated 1d

1731: 2d

1732: 2½d

 

John Little

house in ye Oadgrd late JAMES's

1d

1727-28

1729‑30: Samuel LITTLE

1731‑34: no entry

 

 

Samuel Little

house in ye Oadgrd late JAMES's

1d

1729-30

1727‑28: John LITTLE

1731‑34: no entry

 

 

Samuel Little

Lt Mrs ASHTONs

4d

1729, 1731‑34

 

1732-34: rated 1½d

 

Wido. Loveless

for ground late Jno KEEPING

1d

1727-28, 1730-34

 

 

 

Patrick Mackey

for ye Ship

6d

1733-34

1727‑32: Thomas EDGEHILL

 

EDGELL, EDGEHILL

Wido. Marskull (of Peter of Bristol)

a house

1d

1733-34

 

 

MASKELL, MARSKELL

Wido. Marskull

house in Oadgrounds

1d

1733-34

1727‑32: Peter MARSKULL

 

MASKELL, MARSKELL

John Marskull Jnr

a house

1d

1727-32, 1734

1733: no entry

1734: 2 houses 2d

MASKELL, MARSKELL

Peter Marskull

house in Oadgrounds

1d

1727-32

1733‑34: Widow MARSKULL

 

MASKELL, MARSKELL

Jno Maskell

a house late COLES's

1d

1730-34

1727‑29: Widow [William] MORGAN

 

 

Mells Parish

Lt FALKNER's

1½d

1732-34

1727‑31: Stephen KEEPING LACEY in Broad St (Scribler of Cloth)

 

 

Wido. Morgan [of William]

a house late COLES's

1d

1727-29

1730‑34: Jno MASKELL

 

 

Mr Jno Morgan

for ye Crown Inn

6d

1727-34

 

1732-34: rated 1s 0d

 

Livea Mories

Lt Wm ROSTERs

1d

1734

 

 

MORRIS; ROSSITER

Livea Morris

a house in ye Oadgrounds

1d

1731-34

1727‑30: Edwd ROSSITER

 

MORIES

Richard Newport

pt of WATTS

2d

1733-34

1727‑32: Wm WATTS

 

 

Thomas Newport

Lt SPARLINGs

3d

1727-34

 

 

 

James Norfolk

a house Lt CANDYs

4d

1727-34

 

 

 

James Norfolk

Lt SMITHs

3d

1727-32

 1733‑34: Xpr SPICER

 

 

Joseph Papps

Lt Robert LACEYs

3d

1727-34

 

 

 

Stephen Penny

a house Lt Sam ALLFORDs [?] Lt Ann PENNYs

1d

1727-34

 

 

 

Stephen Penny [?]

Lt Ann PENNYs

3d

1734

1727‑33: Wido. POBJOY

 

 

John Pobjay

a house

0d

1734

 

 

 

Wido. Pobjoy

a house

1½d

1727-33

1734: John LACEY

 

 

Wido. Pobjoy

Lt Ann PENNYs

3d

1727-33

1734: Stephen PENNY[?]

 

 

Isaac Pobjoy

a house

1½d

1733-34

 

1734: rate 1d

 

Isaac Pobjoy

Lt HORTON's

1d

1727-28

1728‑34: Mr Jno FOWLS

 

 

Robert Pobjoy

a house

2d

1727-34

 

 

 

William Pobjoy

1 ac. ground

1d

1727-31

1732: Rich. MILLARD Ld WEYMOUTH

1733: Ld WEYMOUTH Wm HORLER

1734: no entry

 

 

William Pobjoy of Keyford

for BULLs Quarr

9d

1727-34

 

 

 

William Pobjoy

for FOXBERRYs

4d

1727-34

 

 

FOXBURY

Jno Pollard

Lt Wid. TITTFORDs

1d

1733-34

 

 

TITFORD

William Pollitt

Lt TITFORDs

1d

1733-34

 

 

 

Isaac Pope

a house in ye Oadgrds

1d

1727-31

1732‑33: Richard SINGER Jnr

 

 

Jacob Pope

for YERBURYs

2d

1732

1727‑31: James CHAPMAN

 

 

James Pope

a house on Jo. BAILY's land

2d

1733

1727‑32: Widow AYRES

1734: no entry

 

AYERS, AIRES

James Pope

Lt Wid. AYERS

2d

1734

 

 

AYRES

Andrew Rogers

Lt ROSTEROWs [?]

2d

1727-32

 

 

 

Mr Rossiter

Lt COOKs

7d

1727-32

1733: LAURSEY [LACEY?]

1734: no entry

 

 

Edwd Rossiter

a house in ye Oadgrounds

1d

1727-30

1731‑34: Livea MORRIS

 

 

Thos Sanders

for ye Mills

1s 8d

1728-34

 

 

SANDRESS

James Scudamore

2 houses in ye oade Gro

4d

1727-28

1729: Thos SCUDAMORE

1730: John SCUDAMORE

 

 

James Scudamore

4 tenements in ye oade Gro

4d

1727-28

1729: Thos SCUDAMORE

1730‑32: John SCUDAMORE

1733‑34: Stephen KEEPING

 

 

James Scudamore

a house & gro

9d

1727-28

1729: Thos SCUDAMORE

1730: John SCUDAMORE

 

 

James Scudamore Dr BAILY

for BIGWOODs

1d

1727-28

1729: Thos SCUDAMORE

1730: John SCUDAMORE

 

BAILEY

John Scudamore

2 houses in ye oade Gro

4d

1730-32

1728: James SCUDAMORE

1729: Thos SCUDAMORE 

 

 

John Scudamore

4 tenements in ye oade Gro

4d

1730-32

1728: James SCUDAMORE

1729: Thos SCUDAMORE

1733‑34: Stephen KEEPING

 

 

John Scudamore

a house & gro

9d

1730-32

1728: James SCUDAMORE

1729: Thos SCUDAMORE 

 

 

John Scudamore Dr BAILY

for BIGWOODs

1d

1730-32

1728: James SCUDAMORE

1729: Thos SCUDAMORE 

 

BAILEY

Thos Scudamore

2 houses in ye oade Gro

4d

1729

1728: James SCUDAMORE 

1730: John SCUDAMORE

 

 

Thos Scudamore

4 tenements in ye oade Gro

4d

1729

1728: James SCUDAMORE 

1730‑32: John SCUDAMORE

1733‑34: Stephen KEEPING

 

 

Thos Scudamore

a house & gro

9d

1729

1728: James SCUDAMORE 

1730: John SCUDAMORE

 

 

Thos Scudamore Dr BAILY

for BIGWOODs

1d

1729

1728: James SCUDAMORE 

1730: John SCUDAMORE

 

 

Mr Seaman

for 1 acre Lt Tho HOLLOWAYs

1½d

1730-34

 

 

 

Mr Seaman

for a house in Chip St Lt DAVIS

2d

1727-34

 

 

 

Mr Seaman

for ALLENs at Welsh Mill

8d

1727, 1733‑34

 

 

 

Mr Seaman

for Critchell Mead and Home Mead

2s 6d

1727-34

 

 

 

Mr Seaman

for Enox

3s 4d

1727-34

 

 

Innox

Mr Seaman

for George Inn & Gro

2s 0d

1727-34

 

 

 

Mr Seaman

for Gro with Mr HEYWARD at Gibbett Hill

2d

1731-34

 

 

HAYWARD

Mr Seaman

for Little & Great Salthays

1s 9d

1727-34

 

 

 

Mr Seaman

for Lt SUTTONs

4d

1733-34

 

 

 

Mr Seaman

for Lt Wm MOOREs

8d

1733-34

 

 

 

Mr Seaman

for pt of DOWNTONs

2d

1733-34

 

 

 

Mr Seaman

for pt of VINCENTs

¾d

1733-34

 

 

 

Mr Seaman

for Vallis House & Gro

2s 6d

1727-34

 

 

 

Mr Seaman

for Vallis Leasse

6s 2d

1727-34

 

 

 

Thos Seer

Lt CARPENDERs

2d

1727-34

 

 

CARPENTER

Abraham Self

a house on Kat. Hill & ground at Cottles Oak

2d

1727-34

 

 

 

Mr John Sharp

Lt UZZELLs

3d

1727-34

 

 

 

Wido. Sheldon

Lt HARBOTTLEs

6d

1733-34

1727‑32: Jonas SHELDON

 

HAREBOTTLE, HAREBOTTEL

Jonas Sheldon

Lt HARBOTTLEs

6d

1727-32

1733‑34: Wido. SHELDON

 

HAREBOTTLE, HAREBOTTEL

Madam Shephard

 

1s 11d

1727-34

MORTIMER 2s 0d

 

SHEPARD, SHEPPARD, SHEPHERD

Madam Shephard

for BUDGETTs

3d

1733-34

 

 

SHEPARD, SHEPPARD, SHEPHERD

Madam ShepHard

for DYERs Close

2d

1730

 

 

SHEPARD, SHEPPARD, SHEPHERD

Madam Shephard

for Gro Lt SPICERs

2½d

1733-34

 

 

SHEPARD, SHEPPARD, SHEPHERD

Madam Shephard

for WHITTOCKs

2¼d

1729, 1733‑-34

 

 

SHEPARD, SHEPPARD, SHEPHERD

Madam Shephard

Lt WILTONs

1d

1727-34

 

 

SHEPARD, SHEPPARD, SHEPHERD

Mrs Shephard of Whatley

a house at Badcox

3d

1727-29

R. TOOP

 

SHEPARD, SHEPPARD, SHEPHERD

Wido. Shephard

Lt PEARCEs & [at?] Badcox

3d

1727-34

 

 

SHEPARD, SHEPPARD, SHEPHERD

George Shephard

a house at Lt LAVERs [?] house

2d

1727-34

 

 

SHEPARD, SHEPPARD, SHEPHERD

James Shephard or Occup

a house Lt SHEPHARDs

2d

1727-31

 

 

SHEPARD, SHEPPARD, SHEPHERD

James Shephard or Occup

for 3 houses

2d

1733-34

 

 

SHEPARD, SHEPPARD, SHEPHERD

John Shephard of Whatley

a house at Badcox

3d

1727-30

1727‑30: R. TOOPE

 

SHEPARD, SHEPPARD, SHEPHERD

John Shephard

a house at Rack Close

1d

1727-34

 

 

SHEPARD, SHEPPARD, SHEPHERD

William Shephard

for Lt HILLIERs

5d

1733-34

 

 

SHEPARD, SHEPPARD, SHEPHERD

Luke Shergold

a house near Wallbridge

1d

1727-34

 

 

 

Benjamin Short

his house in Whittox Lane

2d

1727-34

 

 

 

Benjamin Short

Lt WHICHURCHs at White Mill

6d

1727-34

 

 

WHITCHURCH

John Simes

Lt Vertue WHITINGs

1d

1730-34

1727‑29: Chris. WHITING

 

WHITEN, WHITEING

Mr Singer of Whatley

a house late CARPENDERs

4d

1727-34

 

 

CARPENTER

Richard Singer Jnr

a house in ye Oadgrds

1d

1732-34

1727‑31: Isaac POPE

1734: Lt POPEs

 

Richard Singer Jnr

for CHAPMANs

2d

1734

 

 

 

Richard Singer

Lt BATCHELORs

1d

1727-32

 

 

 

Walter Singer

Lt CHADWICKs

2d

1727-34

 

1727: 4d

CHEDWICK

Walter Singer

Lt IVEYs

3d

1727-34

 

 

 

Walter Singer

Lt [sic]

3d

1727-34

 

 

 

William Singer

Lt Jno EVANS's

8d

1727-34

 

 

 

Madam Smith

1 acre of DYERs

1d

1727-32

 

 

 

Madam Smith

2 ac. in WESTOVERs

1d

1727-34

 

1727: late FOWLES's

 

Madam Smith

for CHAMPIONs

5d

1733-34

1727‑30: Mrs KINGMAN

 

 

Madam Smith

for GAINEs

1½d

1727-34

 

 

 

Madam Smith

for HARTLEYs 2 houses

3d

1727-34

 

 

 

Madam Smith or Occup

for Long Mead

1s 10d

1727-34

 

 

 

Madam Smith

for Long Mead & WAYLANDs Lt LONDANEAS [?]

8d

1727-34

 

 

 

Madam Smith

for Lt ALLENs & MORTIMER

7d

1733-34

 

 

 

Madam Smith

for Lt CREASEs

1d

1733-34

 

 

 

Madam Smith

for Lt James PARSONS

4d

1733-34

 

 

 

Madam Smith

for Lt WOODARDs

3d

1734

 

 

WOODWARD

Madam Smith

for pt of BARNESes

1d

1733-34

 

 

 

Madam Smith

for pt of BEARDs & MARAMs [MOXHAMs?]

3d

1733-34

 

 

 

Madam Smith

for Robt SMITH Malster Frigel Street

2½d

1727-34

1730‑34: Jno SMITH

 

 

Madam Smith

for Thomas DEBNAMs

3d

1733-34

1727‑30: Mrs KINGMAN

 

 

Madam Smith

for White Mill Lt SHORTs

6d

1733-34

 

 

 

Madam Smith

for WILSHIREs

3d

1727

 

 

WILTSHIRE

Madam Smith

pt of GURGFIELDs

4d

1733-34

1727‑30: Mrs KINGMAN

 

 

Madam Smith

pt of MOXAMs

2s 10d

1727-34

 

 

 

Madam Smith

pt of WESTs

2d

1733-34

1727‑30: Mrs KINGMAN

 

 

Edmd Smith

a house

1d

1727-34

 

 

 

Late Henry Smith

2 ac. of SAMBOURNEs, pt of Purminster, his house in Petty Wales & lands at Clink

6d

1727-34

 

 

 

Late Henry Smith

pt of ALLENs

1d

1727-34

 

 

 

James Smith

2 houses at Pile Hill

6d

1730-34

1730‑34: Mrs ALLEN & John WEAVER

 

 

James Smith

a house on Pile Hill

6d

1727-30

 

 

 

Jno Smith

a house in ye Oade gro

1d

1729-34

 

 

 

John Smith

Lt FRICKERs

2d

1727-34

 

 

 

John Smith Lawyer

pt of WILTONs

3d

1728-34

 

 

 

Lawyer [John] Smith

for a house in Beast Market

 

1733-34

 

 

 

Lawyer [John] Smith

for a house in Chip St

1d

1733-34

 

 

 

Lawyer [John] Smith

for Lt John KING's

2d

1734

Mr BULL

 

 

Lawyer [John] Smith

for Lt John PRIDDLEs house & Gro

2½d

1734

 

 

 

Lawyer [John] Smith

for SANDERS Lt NAPPERs

 

1733-34

1727‑32: James STEWARD

1727‑30: Mr SMITH

 

STEWART

Lawyer [John] Smith

for the Widow HALES in Cheap St

4d

1734

 

 

 

Lawyer [John] Smith

for WALTERs

4d

1733-34

 

 

 

Lawyer [John] Smith

for WASSONs & NAPPERs

1½d

1733-34

 

 

 

Lawyer [John] Smith Mr LOWY

for WILTONs

1d

1733-34

1727‑30: George SYDNEY

 

SIDNEY, SYDLEY

Long Smith

for HILLIERs

6d

1733-34

 

 

 

Long Smith

for pt of YERBURY

3d

1733-34

 

 

 

Mr Long Smith

Lt LANGWORTHs

1s 0d

1727-34

 

 

 

Richard Smith

 

1s 0d

1727-34

 

 

 

Robert Smith Cardmaker

1 ac. ground

1d

1727-34

 

 

 

Robert Smith Cardmaker

a house

1d

1727-34

 

 

 

Robert Smith of Berkley

for WITHYs

1s 0d

1727-34

 

 

WITHEY

Samuel Smith

for Lt George SIDLEYs [SYDNEYs?]

10d

1734

 

 

 

Wm Smith

3 tenements

2d

1728-30

 

1730: in the new buildings

 

Wm Smith Scribler

4 tenements

 

1734

 

 

 

Wm Smith

a house

1d

1727-30

 

 

 

Wm Smith

at Bradford Bridg ye Mills & Gro etc

2s 4d

1727-34

 

 

 

Christopher Spicer

a new house

1½d

1727-29, 1733-34

 

 

 

Christopher Spicer

for Lt NORFILs

 

1733-34

1727‑32: James NORFOLK

 

 

Christopher Spicer

(John CHANDLER)

2d

1727-29, 1733-34

1730‑34: John CHANDLER

 

 

Christopher Spicer

Lt Mr WICKHAMs

2d

1730-32

 

 

 

Wido. Starr

Lt BAYLEs

1d

1731-34

1728‑30: Wm STARR

 

 

Wido. Starr

Lt BEDFORDs

2½d

1731-34

1728‑30: Wm STARR

 

 

Wido. Starr

Lt HOOPERs

3d

1731-34

1728‑30: Wm STARR

 

 

Wm Starr

Lt BAYLEs

1d

1727-30

1731‑34: Wido. STARR

 

 

Wm Starr

Lt BEDFORDs

2½d

1727-30

1731‑34: Wido. STARR

 

 

Wm Starr

Lt HOOPERs

3d

1727-30

1731‑34: Wido. STARR

 

 

Wido. Stephens

for 2 houses Lt Jeff. COOMBS

 

1733-34

 

 

 

John Stephens

a house in ye Oadground

1d

1727-34

 

 

 

John Stephens

for 2 houses Lt REEVES's

2d

1727-34

 

 

 

John Stephens

for GOLLEGEs

6d

1727-34

 

 

GOLLEDGE

John Stephens

late DRAPERs

2d

1727-34

 

 

 

John Stephens

plus 2 more houses Lt REEVES's

1d

1727-34

 

 

 

John Stephens

pt of PEIRCEs

6d

1727-34

 

 

 

Lt Margaret Stephens

3 houses in ye Oadground

2d

1727-34

 

 

 

Lt Phil. Stephens or occupier

DYERs, HELLIARs, Vallis Way

10d

1727-32

 

 

HILLIER

George Stevens

for Lt MINTYs

5d

1733

 

 

STEPHENS

James Steward

for SANDERS Lt NAPPERS

1½d

1727-32

1727‑30: Mr SMITH

1733‑34: Lawyer [John] SMITH

 

STEWART

James Steward

for the Three Tuns

4½d

1731-32

 

 

STEWART

(Mr) James Steward

for WASSONs and NAPPERs

6d

1727-32

1733‑34: Lawyer [John] SMITH

 

STEWART

James Steward

for ye Swan Inn

 

1727-32

 

 

STEWART

Eliz Stile

pt of LEMONs Lt HOOPERs

2d

1727-32

 

 

STILES

Richd Stile

a house in Chip Street

3d

1728-34

 

1730: entry crossed out

STILES

James Stokes

a house

1d

1733-34

 

 

 

Richd Sudden

a house

2¾d

1727-32

1727‑32: John AYRES 1d John POPE 1d

 

 

Wido. Sumbler

for GARRETTs

 

1731-32

1727‑30, 1733‑34: Simo SUMBLER

 

 

Wido. Sumbler

for WALLIS

2d

1731-32

Mrs HALLIDAY & Mrs HUMPHRIES

1727‑30, 1733‑34: Simo SUMBLER

 

VALLIS

Simo Sumbler

for GARRETTs

 

1727-30, 1733-34

1731‑32: Wido SUMBLER

 

 

Simo Sumbler

for WALLIS

2d

1727-30, 1733-34

1731‑32: Wido SUMBLER

 

VALLIS

Thos Sumbler

a house Lt COOMBS

1d

1731-32

 

 

 

Widow. Summers [of Geo]

a house

1d

1734

 

 

 

Geo Summers

a house

1d

1727-30

 

 

 

Geo Summers Jun

a house

1d

1733-34

 

 

 

Geo Summers Sen

a house in the Oad Gro

1d

1731-32

 

 

 

Geo Summers

a house in the Oade Gro

1d

1727-31

 

 

 

Jos Summers

a house

1d

1728-29

 

 

 

Phil Summers

for gro 3 houses Lt HAREBOTTELL

3½d

1727-34

 

1733: 2 houses Lt HAREBOTTELL

HARBOTTLE, HAREBOTTLE

Thos Summers

a house

1d

1728-30

 

1731: 'No such thing'

 

Wm Swetland

Lt HORTONs

3d

1734

1734: John HARRES

 

SWEETLAND, HARRIS

George Sydney

for a house in Chip Street

4d

1727-32

 

 

SYDLEY

George Sydney

for WALTERs

2d

1727-32

 

 

SYDLEY

George Sydney

for WILTONs

1d

1727-30

1733‑34: Lawyer SMITH Mr LOWY

 

SYDLEY

George Sydney

Lt NORFOLKE

1s 1d

1727-32

 

 

SYDLEY

Benj Tanner

a house at Badcox

2d

1727-33

 

1730-33: 2 houses

 

Hump Thick

a house at Badcox

1d

1727-33

 

1730-33: a house

THICKS

Wido. Titford

a house

1d

1727-32

 

 

 

Thos Titford

 

2½d

1727-33

 

1731, 1733: a House

 

Robt Toop

a house at Badcox

3d

1727-30

1727‑29: Mrs SHEPHERD of Whatley

 

SHEPARD, SHEPHARD, SHEPPARD

Robt Toop

Lt COOMBES's

1d

1733

 

 

 

John Tucker

a house & gro:

6d

1727-32

1731‑32: Jno ALLEN 5d Dr BAILY 1d

 

BAILEY

Wm Turk

a house & gro:

1¼d

1727-32

1732: Mrs GOLD

 

TURCK

Rd Turner of Bartley

 

0d

1727-29

 

 

 

Madam Usher or Occupier

2 houses

4d

1727-33

 

Mrs

 

Madam Usher

for her house & Gurlows

6d

1727-33

 

Mrs

Gurloes

Madam Usher

for NEWPORTs 2 houses

2d

1727-33

 

Mrs

 

Madam Usher

for St Kathrin's & gro:

6d

1727-33

 

Mrs

 

Mrs Usher

 

2s 6d

1733

1727‑32: Richd YERBURY

 

 

Hump Vallis

(Lt WHICHURCHes) at Cottles Oak

1d

1727-32

 

 

WHITCHURCH

John Vinney or Occupier

 

4d

1727-33

1730, 1733: John CUSNER of Oldford

 

VINEY; CUZNER

Luke Waitt

pt of YERBURYs 1/2 acre in Valiss Way

1d

1727-29

1730‑33: Wm WAITT

 

 

Wm Waitt

½ a acre of pt YERBURYs (in Vallis Way)

1d

1730-33

1727‑29: Luke WAITT

 

WEIGHT

Josph Wason

a house in ye Oad gro

1d

1727-29

1730‑34: John CHANDLER

 

 

Wm Watts

for FOLLETs

4d

1727-32

1730: Mr PAYNE 2d Rich. NEWPORT

1731‑32: Mr PAINE

1733‑34: Richd NEWPORT

 

 

Wido. Wayland

 

10d

1727-32

1727‑31: Widow WAYLAND 2d and James COOK 8d

1732: Widow WAYLAND 2d Mr Geo: LOCK 8d

 

 

Wido. Wayland

at Kathern Hill

4d

1730

 

 

 

Robert Wayland

for Hurseovers

8d

1730-32

1727‑29: Robert EDGEHILL

1733‑34: HORSEMAN

 

 

Robt Wayland

2 acres (of gro:) at Critchill

2d

1727-33

 

 

 

Robt Wayland

pt of DEBNAMs

1½d

1727-33

 

 

 

Samll Wayland

3 houses on Catherin Hill

7d

1727-33

 

 

 

Francis Weaver

pt of FATTs

¼d

1727-33

 

 

 

Jno Webb

for WILLIS's

1d

1727-28

 

 

 

John Webb

a House Lt LACEYs

3d

1727-32

 

1730: Lt Robt LACEYs

1731: 2 house Lt LACEYs 6d

1732-33: 2 houses 6d

 

John Webb

Another pt of FREESTONEs

½d

1727-31

1732: Joseph WEBB

 

FRESTONE

John Webb

for FREESTONEs

5d

1727-31

1732: Joseph WEBB

 

FRESTONE

John Webb

for Lt PRYORs

1½d

1733

1732: Joseph WEBB

 

 

John Webb

his Dwelling House

3d

1730

 

 

 

Joseph Webb Cardmaker

 

1d

1727-33

 

 

 

Joseph Webb

Another pt of FREESTONEs

½d

1732-33

1727‑31: John WEBB

 

FRESTONE

Joseph Webb

for FREESTONEs

5d

1732-33

1727‑31: John WEBB

 

FRESTONE

Geo West Shoemaker

Madm DAVIS pt Hester COOK pt (2d) Benj. ROBINS pt Anto GARLICK pt

6d

1727-31

 

1730: Robert COOKE 2½d Madam DAVIES

Benj ROBINS Anto GARLICK pt Hester COOKE pt

1731: Lt Geo WEST's...

 

Jonathn West

2 Houses

2d

1727-33

 

 

 

Richd West

a house

1d

1727-33

 

 

 

Samll West

(a House) Lt ARNHAMs

1d

1727-33

 

1733: a house

 

Tho West

a new house

1d

1727-33

 

1730: A new house on Dr BAILEY land

 

Tho West

for KEYFEILDs

3d

1727-33

 

1732: Lt KEYFEILDs

1733: Lt CAFFILLs

KEYFIELD

Tho West

Lt DRAPERs

4d

1727-33

 

 

 

Tho West

Lt SHEPHERDs

3d

1727-33

 

 

SHEPARD

Thos West

for KEYFEIL

3d

1727

 

'Thos WEST charged elsewhere'

KEYFIELD

Thos West

Lt W. SWEETLANDs

3d

1727-28

 

'Thos WEST charged elsewhere'

 

Lord Weymouth Rich. MILLARD

1 ac. ground

1d

1732

1727‑31: Wm POBJOY

1732: Rich. MILLARD Ld WEYMOUTH

1733: Ld WEYMOUTH Wm HORLER

1734: no entry

 

 

Lord Weymouth Wm HORLER

1 ac. ground

1d

1733

1727‑31: Wm POBJOY

1732: Rich. MILLARD Ld WEYMOUTH

1733: Ld WEYMOUTH Wm HORLER

1734: no entry

 

 

Lord Weymouth

Lt Gaberl MORGINs at Clink

1d

1727-33

 

 

MORGAN

Wido. Whatley

2 houses at Badcox

7d

1733

1727‑32: Hen. WHATLEY

 

 

Hen: Whatley

2 houses at Badcox

7d

1727-32

1723: Wido. WHATLEY

 

 

Isaac Whatley

a house in ye Oad gro

2d

1729-30, 1732-33

1731: Joane WHATLEY

1730, 1732: 2 Houses in ye Oad gro

1733: 2 Houses

 

Isaac Whatley

Lt Edwd EVANS's

 

1729

 

 

 

Joane Whatley

2 Houses in the Oadgro:

2d

1731

1729‑30, 1732: Isaac WHATLEY

1730: 2 Houses in ye Oad gro

 

John Whatley

a house

3d

1727-33

 

 

 

Widow Whichurch

2 Houses

2d

1727-29, 1731-32

1730: John WHICHURCH

1731‑32: John WHICHURCH pays ½d

1733: see Jno & Wm WHICHURCH

 

WHITCHURCH

Edwd Whichurch

for MERCHANTs Mead

8d

1727-33

 

 

WHITCHURCH; MARCHANT

Mr Edwd Whichurch

pt of DOWNTONs

2d

1727-32

1732: Mr SEAMAN

 

WHITCHURCH

Mr Edwd Whichurch

(pt of) FOWLES

10d

1727-33

 

 

WHITCHURCH; FOWLS

Mr Edwd Whichurch

pt of MOXAMs

2s 1d

1727-33

 

 

WHITCHURCH; MOXHAM

Mr Edwd Whichurch

pt of Welshmill

5d

1727-33

 

 

WHITCHURCH

Mr George Whichurch

for ye Town mill

1s 3d

1727-33

 

 

WHITCHURCH

Mr George Whichurch

Lt DANIELLS

3½d

1727-33

 

 

WHITCHURCH; DANIELE

Mr George Whichurch

(pt of) HELLIARs at Badcox

5d

1727-33

 

1729, 1732: Lt HILLIERs at Badcox

WHITCHURCH

John Whichurch

2 Houses

3d

1733

 

 

WHITCHURCH

John Whichurch Cardmaker

a house

2d

1727-32

 

1727-29, 1731‑32: 2 Houses 3d

WHITCHURCH, WHICHCHURCH

John Whichurch Cardmaker

an Other house

1d

1730

 

1730: a house, 2d

WHITCHURCH, WHICHCHURCH

John Whichurch

pt of ye Wido. WHICHURCH's

1d

1733

 

 

WHITCHURCH

Mr Jonan Whichurch

for DANIELLS

4d

1727-33

 

1727-28: rated 4½d

WHITCHURCH; DANIELS

Mr Jonan Whichurch

for gro: at Critchill

6d

1727-33

 

 

WHITCHURCH

Mr Jonan Whichurch

for (pt of) PEIRCEs

1s 0d

1727-33

 

 

WHITCHURCH; PEARCE

Mr Jonan Whichurch

for WILLIAMS's

3½d

1727-33

 

 

WHITCHURCH

Mr Jonan Whichurch or Occ.

Lt IVY-LEAFFs

1s 4d

1727-33

1732: James WICKHAM

1733: IVEYs

WHITCHURCH; IVEY LEAF, IVYLEAFF

Mr William Whichurch or Occupier

for DYERs

5d

1727-33

1730: Elna HOLLOWAY

1733: Elnathor HOLLAWAY

 

WHITCHURCH

Wm Whichurch Cardmaker

Lt Jno YOUNGs

2d

1732-33

1727‑31: Jno YOUNG Weaver

 

WHITCHURCH

Wm Whichurch Cardmaker

Lt LACEYs

1½d

1727-33

 

 

WHITCHURCH

Wm Whichurch Cardmaker

pt of ye Wido. WHICHURCH's

1d

1733

 

 

WHITCHURCH

Roger White of Mells

a house

2d

1733

 

 

 

Chris: Whiten

a house in Vallis Way

1½d

1733

or Occupant

 

Xpr; WHITEING

Chris: Whiten or Occupant

Lt Vertue WHITEING's

1d

1727-29

1730‑34: John SIMES

 

Xpr; WHITING

Joseph Whiten

a House

1d

1727-33

 

 

WHITEING

Joseph Whiten

for WILKINS house on ye Bridge

9d

1733

 

 

WHITEING

Stephn Whiten 1730: Senr

2 Houses

2d

1727-31

 

 

WHITEING

William Whiten or Occupant

Lt Step. WHITEING's

1d

1728-29

 

 

WHITEING

James Whittock

for land at Clink Lt SMITHs

7d

1727-33

 

 

 

John Whittock of Warminster

a house

1d

1727-32

 

1727-28, 1730: a House in Oadgrounds

 

John Whittock

his Dwelling house

7d

1727-32

1730, 1732: Mr HALLIDAY

 

 

John Whittock

pt of MOXHAMs & several gro:

1s 2d

1727-32

 

1730: rated 9½d

1731-32: 9¼d

 

Samll Whittock

a House Lt QUEELs

1d

1727-33

 

 

 

Widow Whitty

pt of ROSSTERs

1½d

1727-31

 

 

WHITTEY; ROSTER, ROSSITER

Mr Wickham Snr

Lt BAILYs

4d

1727-32

1733: Mrs WICKHAM

 

 

Mr Wickham Snr

Lt HELLIARs

6d

1727-32

1732: Mr Long SMITH

 

HILLIAR

Mr Wickham Snr

pt of BAILYs, PUE's house & 2 ac. in Vallis Way

1s 5d

1727-32

1733: Mrs WICKHAM

1730: Pt of PUEs house & 2 acres of gro: in Vallis Way

1731-32: PUEs house & 2 acres in Vallis Way

 

Mrs Wickham

Lt BAILYs

4d

1733

1727‑32: Mr WICKHAM Snr

 

 

Mrs Wickham

PUE's house & 2 ac. in Vallis Way

1s 5d

1733

1727‑32: Mr WICKHAM Snr

 

 

Mr James Wickham Jnr

Lt TAYLORs

2d

1727-31

 

 

 

Mr Wilkins

for (Jno) PENNYs

4d

1727-31

 

 

PENNEY

(Mr) Wm Wilkins

Lt RUSSELLs, Malt house, Stables (& ac the great house 9d and ye Dolphin 3d)

1s 0d

1727‑32

 

 

WILKENS

Mr Wm Wilkins

Lt Mr HALLIDAYs Dye house

6d

1727-31

 

 

 

John Williams

a house

1d

1727-32

 

1732: Elem Parish

 

Thos Williams

a house Lt VINCENTs

2d

1727-32

 

1727-29, 1731-32: HURDLE pays

1730: HURDLE pays 1¼d ye rest Mr SEAMAN

 

Thos Williams

for gro: at Cottles Oak

1d

1727-32

1730, 1732: Abram SELF

 

 

Richd Wilshire 1730: Cardmaker

an acre at Cottles Oak (pt) of YERBURYs

1d

1727-29, 1731-33

 

1730: crossed through and zero rated

 

Richd Wilshire 1730-32: Cardmaker

an acre (of gro:) in Broadway

1d

1727-33

 

 

 

Richd Wilshire 1730-32: Cardmaker

Another house of GIBBS's

1½d

1727-33

 

1730: Another house Lt GIBBS's

1732-33: Other Houses of GIBBS

 

Richd Wilshire 1730-32: Cardmaker

GIBBS New house

5d

1727-33

 

 

WILSHEAR

Richd Wilshire 1730: Cardmaker

Lt GIBBS

2d

1727-30

 

1730: pt of GIBBS

WILSHEAR

Richd Wilshire Carrer

pt of FATTs

2d

1727-33

 

 

WILSHEAR

Richd Wilshire Carrer

pt of PEIRCEs

2d

1727-33

1733: Wido. YERBURY

 

WILSHEAR

Richd Wilshire Carrer

pt of YERBURYs

6d

1727-33

1730: 3d to Mr Long SMITH

1731‑32: Mr Long SMITH

1733: With Mr SMITH

 

WILSHEAR

Jane Wilton

at Clink

7d

1727-31

 

 

 

Jno Wise

his house & ground at Clink

10d

1727-28

1731‑32: Joseph WISE

 

 

Joseph Wise

his house & ground at Clink

10d

1731-32

1727‑28: Jno WISE

1733: Benjamin AYERS 3d

 

AYRES

Robt Wise of Whatley or Occupt

 

1½d

1727-32

Wm TUCKER

 

 

Robt Wise

a house

1d

1733

 

 

 

Robt Wise or Occupant

at Clink

4d

1727-31

1732: Wm WISE

 

 

Wm Wise or Occupant

at Clink

4d

1732-33

1727‑31: Robt WISE

 

 

Frans. Witcombe

2 Houses in ye Oad gro & 2 acres pt of FATTs

1d

1727-33

 

1732-33: a House...

WITTCOMBE

Richd Woodards Senr or Occupr

 

4d

1727-33

1730: Wm CULVERHOUSE & Jno BALEY

1731‑32: Benj: AIRES Tho DAVIES

1733: Benj: AIRES

 

AYRES, AYERS; BAILEY, BAILY

Wm Woodards

his Dwelling house

2d

1727-33

 

 

 

Wm Woodards

Lt WOODARDS's

3d

1727-33

1730: Richd WILSHEAR 4½d Mr Long SMITH

1731: Lt Richd WILSHERE

1732: Lt WOODARDS Lt WILSHEARs

1733: Lt EMBLENs

 

WOODARDES, WOODWARDS; WILSHERE

Wm Woodards

Richd WILSHIRE

9d

1727-28

 

 

WILSHEAR, WILSHERE

Mrs Yerbury

Lt SHERMANs

4d

1733-34

1727‑32: Peter CARPENDER

 

CARPENTER

Humpy. Yerbury

Lt NAPPERs

3½d

1727-33

1732: Mrs VERRN paid

1727: 'pt of NAPPERs'

1732-33: rated 2d

 

(Mr) Richd Yerbury or Occupr

 

2s 8d

1727-32

1733: Mrs USHER

1732: rated 2s 6d

 

John Young Weaver

Lt COOKs

2d

1727-31

1732‑33: Wm WHICHURCH Cardr Lt Jno YOUNGs

 

 

Luke Young

Lt Jacob GIBBS's

1d

1727-33