Z1/43/2/13 Sherford, Coleridge Hundred

An assesm[en]t of the fifties to foot arms by the consent of those whose names are hereunder written. And for every fifty to know his own arms and to take care for the same accordingly made the 24th August 1715

Name (and title)Further detailsAmount    
(£ s d)    
Mr Andrew Jellard27-11-6    50
John Jellard06-18-0    
The Occupiers of Coombe 13-16-0    
Richard Wakeham01-14-6    
Simon Sumpter20-14-0    50
Peter Jellard&    
Phillip Sweete22-08-0    
Benjamin Bastard05-03-6    
John Randall01-14-6    
Mr Phillip Jellard18-19-0    50
Mr John Beare03-09-0    
John Edmonds10-07-0    
James Bastard08-12-6    
John Paige08-12-6    
Mr William Hurrell29-17-6    50
The Occupiers of Bocombe Parsture 04-12-0    
The Executors of William Weekes or the Occupiers of the Estate which he had in o[u]r parish15-10-6    
Mr John Luscombe20-14-0    50
Richard Weekes06-18-0    
The occupiers of the Estate w[hi]ch was Mr [no forename] Duncombs06-18-0    
Richard Collings13-00-0    
William Garland02-10-0    
Mr John Adams th[e] elder10-07-0    50
John Adams the Younger15-10-6    
William March13-16-0    
Peter Winter06-18-0    
Constance Sumpter01-14-0    
John Gold01-14-6    
Persons assessed to horse for their estates in o[u]r parish     
Sir John Trevelian Baronet    Horse[no amounts recorded for those
Edmund Reynell Esqr    Horseassessed to horse]
Madam Amy Elford    Horse
Henry Pollexfen Esqr    Horse
Henry Dottin gen[t]    Horse
Henry Nelson Esqr    Horse
Samuel Randall gen[t]    Horse
The mark of Richard Weekes    Con[sta]ble
John Jellard    Con[sta]ble

[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.]