Z1/43/3/2 Bigbury, Ermington Hundred

Octob[e]r ye 19th 1715 A return of the yearly vallew of each mans estate within the said parish as followeth

Name (and title)Further detailsAmount    
(£ s (d))    
Thomas PearsGent£50    one man
William CornishRect[o]r£150    three men
Thomas PearseGent18-15    one man
Tho Kitt12-10    
John Sullock12-10    
Hugh Wakeham6-5    
Mr John Cory£50    one man
Richard ShepherdG[e]nt40-12-6    one man
Nicholas Rundle3-2-6    
Ambros Elliot6-5    
Nicholass Adams£50    one man
Robert Frood18-15-6    one man[the sum for this fifty is £50-0s-6d]
John Wakeham12-10    
James Shepherd6-5    
William Wotton6-5    
Brigit Kitt6-5    
Mr Richard Cranch28-2-6    one man
John King15-12-6    
John Saunders6-5    ['The occupiers of the saids estates' has been deleted, and 'John Saunders' added]
John King£50    one man
John Cranch£25    one man
John Avant£25    
John Treeby37-10    one man
the occupi[e]rs of Phillipses [Phillips] estate in Horton12-10    
William Leigh15-12-6    one man
John Getsiusfor Duks Mills9-7-6    
the occupiers of Phillipses [Phillips] Herdown16-13-4    
Andrew Phillips4-3-4    
Richard Bardens4-3-4    
Hugh Hingston15-12-6    one man
Tabitha Willing3-2-6    
Simon Bardens6-5    
Stephen Willing6-5    
Joshua Towson6-5    
William Gilbird12-10    
John Saunders6-5    [entry deleted]
John Harris16-13-4    one man
Stephen Shepherd3-3-4    [the amount has been altered]
Ambros Elliot2-1-8    
Tho [no surname]2-1-8    
Jone Willing6-5    
Ellizabeth Turtley12-10    
George Steer6-5    [the amount has been altered]
Nicholas Elliot£1    [this name has been inserted]
The yearly vallew of ye Estates of the Tinners as followeth
Francis Edwardsand
Sarah Harris22-4-5    Tinner
Beniamin Geellfor Bayles16-13-4    Tinner
[no Constables' signatures]
[endorsed on back 'Bigbury 16 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.]