Z1/43/2/7 Dartmouth Townstall, Coleridge Hundred

An establishment of the fute soulders and arms with in the parish of Tounstall to bee of the standing malisha of the said County charged acording to an Act of Parlament intitled an Acte for ordring the forses of the severall countis of this Kingdom by us Deputy Liftenenc of the saide County the sevent [?] day of Septemb[er] in the first yeare of his Maiestys rayne Kinge Gorge Anno dom[in]i 1715

Name (and title)Further detailsAmount    
(£ s)    
Tho Roope Gent34-00    Soulders & arms
Mr Jonas Holdig16-00    
Josias Southcot Esqr20-00    Soulders & arms
Mr Humfry Smith [&]    
Mr Peter Sparcke12-00    
The parish of Tounstall for old Mill Mils 06-00    
John Haris Esqrfor Milton06-00    
Mr Thomas Cumpin06-00    
Doctor William Baddeford45-00    Soulders & arms
Mr William Lane05-00    
John Haris [?] Esqrfor Mount Boon32-00    Soulders & arms
Mr Roger Mathes18-00    
The Rectory 20-00    Soulders & arms
Edmund Fortescue Esqr06-00    
Mr John Slutefor Feseys [?] tenement06-00    
Mr John Wills06-00    
Mr [no forename] Mathes and    
Mr Will[ia]m Leachfor Norton06-00    
John Haris Esqfor the Hills06-00    
John Dottin    Raters
Richard Palmer    Raters
Totall yearly vallue is 250 - 5 soulders
    [on reverse side, 'Townstall 5 men']

[In the documents, the amounts recorded are arranged in groups normally adding up to £50 (or multiples of £50), and known as 'fifties', each responsible for providing one or more soldiers; in the transcript, the fifties are separated by grey bands; see Section 2 of the Commentary, The documents described.]