Z1/43/2/10 East Portlemouth, Coleridge Hundred

Septem[ber] 7th 1715 An estabellishment of foot souldiers and armes within the parish aforsaid to be of the standing milicia of the said County charged according to Act of Parliment intituled an Act for ordering the forces of the severall countys of this Kingdom by the Deputies Liuetennants of the said County

Name (and title)Further detailsAmount    
Mr John Rumbelow Rector44    one armes
Andrew Buklandfor ye Cott02    
John Elliottfor Frostes04    
Mr Francis Hele50    one armes
Roger Cranch29    one armes
The holders of Slade 20    
Andrew Buklandfor Winscombe01    
Nathaniell Gellard14    one armes
Samuell Cornishfor Gellards14    
Walter Lamble11    
Robert Elliott Junr08    
John Lamble03    
Luse Lamble13    one armes
Walter Lamblefor Gellard's11    
Samuell Cornishfor Garland's12    
Elliz Lamble07    
John Burgainfor Dounman's07    
Samuell Every21    one armes
Joshua Cranch07½    
John Elliottfor ye meddows00½    
Joseph Stone07    
John Burgain06    
Edward Randle08    
Samuell Cornish23    one armes
Matthew Cornish11    
Walter Lamblefor Gays11    
Nathaniell Gellardfor Rickham07    
Robert Elliott Senr28    one armes
John Crispin12    
Thomas Jarves07    
William Dounmanfor p[ar]t of his Estate03    
Samuell Every    Constable
Matthew Cornish    Constable
John Rumbelow Rect[o]r    Assistance
Samuell Cornish    Assistance
John Elliott    Assistance[endorsed on back 'East Portlemouth 8 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.]