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The Devonshire lay subsidy of 1332

The Devonshire lay subsidy of 1332

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Published by Devon & Cornwall Record Society in (Exeter (Devon)) .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Taxation of personal property -- Devonshire -- History.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementedited with an introduction by Audrey M. Erskine.
    GenreDevonshire
    Series(Publications); new series / Devon & Cornwall Record Society -- vol.14, (Publications); new series (Devon & Cornwall Record Society) -- vol.14.
    ContributionsErskine, Audrey Mary.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination(1),xx,176p. :
    Number of Pages176
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL21519644M
    ISBN 100901853003
    OCLC/WorldCa5787181


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The Devonshire lay subsidy of [Audrey M Erskine]   Devon Lay Subsidy Rolls – (Edited by T L Stoate) The Subsidy rolls of - 27 are, with a few exceptions, the first taxation lists giving the names of the inhabitants since the subsidy of This transcript was edited and published by T.L.

Stoate. It names all of those on the Roll along with their class of taxation. £   DEVON LAY SUBSIDY ROLLS - Edited by T. Stoate (Ref: ) The Subsidy rolls of – 27 are, with a few exceptions, the first taxation lists giving the names of the inhabitants since the subsidy of This transcript was edited and published by T.

://   In Spiegelhalter's research paper ' Lay Subsidy Roll, notes on the names in the Barum (Barnstaple) rec(ord)s of the 12th, 13th, 14th and 15th centuries'; It is mentioned that Newcombe (), Newecombe, Newecomb, Newcomb, Nywecomb, Neucomb, is a nickname, 'new comer' and no connection with 'combe' Social life.

Taxation ofBedfordshire HS. Streatley, [13C England] The Devonshire lay subsidy ofDevonshire RS 2nd ser. Naming the People of England, c ix Archaeological and Natural History Society 30 (): Devon Audrey M.

Erskine, ed. The Devonshire Lay Subsidy of Torquay: Devon and Cornwall Record Society n.s. 14, Dorset Alexander R. Rumble, ed., The Dorset Lay Subsidy of Dorchester: Dorset Record Society 6,   The History and Antiquities of the County of Dorset, 3rd edition., edited by W. Shipp and J.W. Hodson, Westminster: J.B.

The Devonshire lay subsidy of 1332 book Nichols and sons, - Mills A.D. The Dorset Lay Subsidy Roll of Dorset Record Society. (Dorchester ) Pike W.T. A Dictionary of Edwardian Biography - Dorset (Edinburgh ) Rumble :// Also available for that county are the Devonshire Lay Subsidy Rolls.

Only a few additional early Devonshire records have been collected (See Earliest Combes &c. of Devonshire), with one of those signifying a possible connection to the de COMBES of Sussex (via the De Braose family) This information is published in “The Devonshire Lay Subsidy of published by the Devon & Cornwall Record Society, New Series Volume In however, with the arrival of the Black Death from Europe there is the sudden The Devonshire lay subsidy of 1332 book of the two leading brothers, Gilbert and John at this ://   The Estons of Morchard Bishop were another prominent Devonshire family whose pedigree was recorded in the Visitation Thomas Wollacott Sr.

was taxed on 4L on the Lay Subsidy roll of The will of Thomas Wollacott of High Bickington dated was proved at Exeter, but was destroyed in the bombing of Exeter in World War   Occurs 6 times in Tudor Subsidy and 9 in that of so is well supported as an original Devon name.

*Symons As Symons is quite a distinct Devon - Cornwall name inbut Symonds is in Norfolk and the Welsh borders, Simmons is southern, especially dominant in Sussex and Simmonds is S.E.& central ://   Black Torrington, Devon Online Parish Clerk Judy Adams Invites free look-ups by email for those with genealogical interests in the Parish () as part of the Genuki Online Parish Clerk [OPC] Scheme [Requires volunteer participation, not to be confused with the Official Parish Clerk who is employed by the Devon Council] Other Parish look-ups offered: Bradford, Devon () TORRINGTON WEB Domesday Survey, Devonshire.

Melhuish (modern, manor), Melhuish Barton, Tedburn St. Mary. "Melewis: Hughes de Rennes from Baldwin the Sheriff. 24 goats." (The Domesday Book) Devonshire Lay Subsidy Rolls. Walter atte COMBE 8d, Great Fairwood Nicholas atte COMBE 8d, Melhuish Barton.

14 Sep Tedburn St. Mary, Devonshire, England. Married: John COMBE and This volume contains all the surviving early-Stuart surveys of Mariners and Shipping for Devon and Cornwall, including a hitherto unknown one of south Devon discovered in the Pepys Library at Magdalene College Cambridge.

From parish to parish, all along t   Name Listings from Roman to 17th Century Bampton, Devon (Lay Subsidy RollMuster RollTax Returns andProtestation Return ).

Names of Cloth and Leather Trade Workers, from The industrial heritage of ://   Two Devonshire place-names O. Padel 1. Olchard, in Ideford parish, SX Devon is notorious for its lack of Brittonic place-names; virtually none have been convincingly added to the few listed in Place-names of Devon (PN D: ), in the nearly 80 years since that book was published, although valuable   The Devonshire Lay Subsidy assigns only property in North Tawton to Oliver Champernowne and this came to him through his marriage, thus there appears to be way to connect him to property he may have received from his Lay Subsidies: The Devonshire Lay Subsidy ofed Audrey M Erskine, The Devonshire Press Ltd, Torquay, Devon Heritage Centre, Exeter: Lay Subsidies: Devon Lay Subsidy Rollsed T L Stoate, published by T L Stoate, Almondsbury, Bristol, Devon Heritage Centre, Exeter: Lay Subsidies:   By the yearabout 40% of Devon had NOT adopted hereditary surnames (p.4).

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 year our first Roger "le Whetene" appears not surprisingly in the large city of :// 19 The Lay Subsidy ofed. Robin E. Glasscock, Records of Social and Economic History n.s.

2 (London, ), pp. 54–5. F or present purposes ‘parish’ is taken to mean   Devon (rs) Lay Subsidy Devon Taxes: Subsidy Assessment Assessment A Guide to Paignton and South Devon Black's Guide to Devonshire, John Lydford's Book (rs) The History of Devonshire First published A Calendar of Early Chancery Proceedings Relating to West County Shipping Title: Microsoft    to Bartholomew de Loryewell/Lirewell/Loriawill held Lurewyll Manor (in of John de Mohun; in of Sybil de Mohun, widow - Lay Subsidy Rolls, etc.).

William Loriawill (mentioned in Lay Subsidy Roll, ). There was no escape from the Lay Subsidy of Edward III. There is a record of eighteen people of Harford who paid this tax in A few of their names live on. Thomas Kyng, Edward Bytharmede (Meads), John de Comesheade, Alfred de Ponte (Stowford).

In those days eight-een taxpayers at Harford compared with twenty at   Topographical surnames were common in Devon and by the Lay Subsidy the surname ‘Lake’ was already prevalent My first assumption was that ‘Eastlake’ was a topographical surname, as I would have assumed for ‘Westlake’, ‘Karslake’ and other similar names occurring early in the formation of Devon :// Cruwys, Cruise and Cruse One-Name Study.

Page Views: 12, Study details. Study: Cruwys. quoted by Sir John Prince in his book the Calendars of the Patent Rollsthe Feudal Aidsthe Devon Lay Subsidy Roll forthe Devon Lay Subsidy Rolls for andthe Devon Muster Roll forthe Devon Rutland Lay Subsidy /97; Shropshire, Shrewsbury Poll Books, ; Staffordshire Landowners, ; Guildford Poll Books, and ; Sussex Lay Subsidies, ; Sussex Poll Book ; Warwickshire, Warwick, Lists; Warwickshire Freeholders; Warwickshire Census; Wiltshire Poll Book ; Worcester Poll The Journal of the English Place-Name Society has been published annually since The Journal contains articles, book reviews, bibliographies, and occasionally addenda and corrigenda to the county survey volumes, along with the EPNS reports and accounts for the preceding year.

It is issued free to full and associate members of the :// The Drake Coat of Arms (mistakenly called the Drake Family Crest or Drake Family Shield by those unfamiliar with heraldry and genealogy) is blazoned in the medieval/Middle Age European art of heraldry as follows: Quarterly, 1 st and 4 th argent, a wyvern, wings displayed and tail nowed gules; 2 nd and 3 rd, gules, two demi-lions passant Full text of "TAPSON R S: EARLY HISTORY OF THE TAPSON FAMILY" See other formats The Book of Fees or Testa de Nevill.

Roll ofedited by Alexander R. Rumble, Dorset Record Society, vol 6 [Dorchester, ]; Dorset, = The Dorset Lay Subsidy Roll ofedited by A.D.

Mills, Dorset Record Society, vol 4 [Dorchester, ]) The Devonshire manors of Morchard Arundell and Uton Arundell received their affixes  › Home. Devon Lay Subsidy of Devon Muster Roll Devon Parishes Devon Protestation Returns Acres, 1, Real property, £1, Pop., Houses, The manor belongs to the Duke of Devonshire.

The living is a p. curacy in the diocese of Lichfield. Value, £ The earliest place names in Devon are Sildenna or   ASHPRINGTON Subsidy £ M (Prescriptive) recorded c–8, held by Roger de Nunant son of Wido son of Roger seigneur de Nunant, who granted to the ch of St Mary de Tototenesia [Totnes priory] and the M the fish market that he had made on the land of the M at Asprintona (H.R.

Watkin ed.,The History of Totnes Priory and Medieval Town, Devonshire: together.