2 edition of Two Bedfordshire subsidy lists. 1309 and 1332. found in the catalog.
Two Bedfordshire subsidy lists. 1309 and 1332.
Great Britain. Exchequer.
Preface signed: S. H. A. H. [i. e. Sydenham Henry Augustus Hervey]
|Other titles||Bedfordshire subsidy lists.|
|Series||Suffolk green books., no. XVIII, Suffolk green books.|
|Contributions||Hervey, Sydenham Henry Augustus, 1846- ed.|
|LC Classifications||HJ2605 .A5 1925|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xix, 267 p.|
|Number of Pages||267|
|LC Control Number||25024269|
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By the year , about 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 Exeter. Robert le Holyere in the Bedfordshire Lay Subsidy Rolls and an Adam Holiere in the Hollyers in the Lay Subsidy for Warwickshire for , but in there is a record of a John Holyer, bailiff of John de Clynton, knight, in his she did manage to find in a book called French Protestant Exiles Vol 2 by Rev David C. A. Agnew.
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Two Bedfordshire subsidy lists, and Authors: Hervey, Sydenham Henry Augustus, (Added Author) Format: Books/Monographs/Book with Film Language: English Publication: Bury St.
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Exchequer. Two Bedfordshire subsidy lists. and Bury St. Edmunds, Paul. The Subsidies of and (Suffolk Green Book Volume XVIII) list names; some of which are occupation based. In thirteen Gardeners/le Gardeners are.
Bedfordshire Brokets 14th C. Contents of this page. Kempston ; Subsidy Rolls ; Mobility in the early 14th C; 1. Kempston William Broket of the parish of Kempston, a couple of miles south west of Bedford, is the first Broket of Bedfordshire known so was recorded in tax listsand so was born by In /2 Ralph Broket was with William in Two Bedfordshire subsidy lists.
1309 and 1332. book. The earliest records of any Thrale is in the Subsidy Rolls of Bedfordshire in which shows William le Thral to have been liable for 3/- and Johanne Thral for 2/. InRichard le Threl and William le Threl were witnesses to a grant of land called Sparrows in Thrale's Endwhich is the earliest reference to this hamlet.
Two Bedfordshire Subsidy Lists. and with Map, [ed. Sydenham Henry Augustus Hervey], Suffolk Green Books no. 18 (Bury St. Edmunds, ). (4) Taxation and other lists.
Bedfordshire: Subsidy Lists, [[S.H.A. Hervey, ed.,] Two Bedfordshire subsidy lists: andSuffolk Green Books no 18 ()]; Buckinghamshire: Certificate of Musters in [The certificate of musters for Buckinghamshire inBuckinghamshire Record Society no 17/Royal Commission on Historical Manuscripts no ()].
Records relating to the whole county of Bedfordshire. Contents of Folder 'Bedfordshire general' Displaying 1 to 2 of 2 items. Actions Date Of Publication: Author: Genealogia Bedfordiensis: Society of Genealogists: Two Bedfordshire subsidy lists & Society of Genealogists: Frontis V Web site.
Bedfordshire, England Online Genealogy Records This chart shows links to countrywide collections. To find links to collections for lower jurisdictions (such as a county, town, or parish), go to Locating Online Databases.
findmypast, and can be searched free of charge at your local family history center or the Family History Library in Salt Lake City, Utah. Bedfordshire Land Tax / Lay Subsidy: UK GDL Genealogical Directories and Lists Online. Complete your family history by finding web sites with on-line data so that you can answer the question: Who Do You Think You Are.
John de Sabrichesworth, glover (not in the subsidy rolls) had two apprentices enrolled in Robert de Borham (tax in 40d.) and Walter atte More (tax 8s. 4d.), both pursers, had 3 apprentices each enrolled in Geoffrey de Hestone, currier (tax in 2s.) had two apprentices enrolled in.
The lay subsidy roll records the names of over taxpayers living in Devon. It sheds much light on family and local history, as well as the economic conditions of Devon and Exeter in. 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.
MULWARD. Cost: £ 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.
TURNEY. Cost: £, Lewes: Sussex Record Soci 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. He was an antiquarian and best known for his edition for the Harleian Society of The Visitations of Bedfordshire (), Bedfordshire Notes and Queries () and Genealogia Bedfordiensis ().
He was mayor of Bedford twice, a member of several local societies and a benefactor to the County Record Office. The and forms from the Bedfordshire Lay Subsidy are Bodymade, Botymade, Botimade, Bodmede, Botemede, and Botemund.
The preponderance of forms with 't' rather than 'd' suggests that the personal name could originally have been Old English Bota rather than Boda.
Also named in Bedfordshire subsidy of Married Isabella (named in Bedfordshire Subsidy list of as Isabella le Spenser) 11) John Le Spenser b. abt.fls. May ofhe appears in the subsidy list of as Johannes (Latin) and in as John Le Spenser).
Suffolk Green Books () vol 18 Two Bedfordshire Subsidy Lists: andBury St Edmund’s. Summers W H () ‘List of Persons Burned for Heresy in England’, Transactions of the Congregational Historical Society vol 2. Surtees, R () The History and Antiquities of the County Palatine of Durham, vol 4.
Two Bedfordshire subsidy lists & images: General records > Berkshire general Pedigrees of Berkshire families 99 images Snell collection Vol 17 (Berkshire Hearth Tax etc) images: General records > Buckinghamshire general Buckinghamshire Protestation Return Buckinghamshire protestation 4, records.
Widespread across England but some tendency to be higher in the south-west. Five in the Tudor Subsidy & four in Bulley.
Highest in Newton Abbott & Totnes, in has strange high numbers elsewhere (e.g. Hertford) but is clearly a Devon Name.
Eight references in Tudor Subsidy. Bunker. Two centres in Beds (Ampthill) & Devon (Plympton).Book two Chapter two: Village life. Posted on: The Bedfordshire Subsidy of mentions William le Thral and Johanne Thral, and continual references can be found to the family from that date onwards. Johannes Trayle was Chevalier M.P.
for Bedford Borough in The family furnished members. sometimes Masters of the Religious.Constituency profile Geographical and economic profile.
Bedford is a marginal seat between the Labour Party and the main settlement is Bedford, a well-developed town centre with a considerable amount of social housing relative to Bedfordshire and higher poverty index but on a fast railway link to London and other destinations, the town is at the north end of the Thameslink.