Z1/43/4/15 Sydenham [Damarel], Lifton Hundred

A true coppy of the establishm[en]t for the milishe within the s[ai]d p[ar]ish made 24th of Octobe[r] by Robert Parson and Sampson Coundy constabels. An asesment made by us whose names are hereunder writen of the true values of the estat[es] of the p[ar]ishners of ye said p[ar]ish according to our warent baering date the 18 of Octobe[r] anno domini 1715 There is no parson that is charged to any Hors or any part of a Hors within our s[ai]d parrish

Name (and title)Further detailsAmount    
Mr John Evelightfor the p[ar]assnige Rictor32 10    [foot]
Charells Barredlew[i]t[h] ye Hould[ers]5 00    
Mrs Susanna Eveleight5 10    
Henery Toser7 0    
Sampson Coundy13 0    [foot]
Richard Kingfor Town Lak[e] & Pourtenten5 0    
Ralph Vining14 10    
John Williams&    
William Powellswt ye Hold[ers]7 0    
Wallter Burgeswt ye Hold[ers]5 10    
Mrs [no forename] Humeswt ye Hould[ers]5 0    
Robert Parsons8 0    [foot]
Bridget Yoalefor Hartwill7 0    
Bridget Yoalefor Wonwood13 0    
William Gerry8 0    
Dannall Hawkingsfor Bersham6 0    
Elizabeth Robinswt ye Hould[ers]8 0    
Mrs [no forename] Edgcombewt ye Hould[ers]23 0    [foot]
Mr [no forename] Forticuewt ye Hold[ers]8 0    
Pilliph Hawkings5 10    
John Colbornwt ye Hold[ers]6 0    
Thomas Werrell7 10    
Richard Hawkingsfor Mill, Smallpark & Hartwill10 10    [foot]
Nicholas Rundllefor Wonwod, Redford & Underway10 0    
George Grillswt ye Hold[ers]5 10    
Thomas Lemmenfor Deriton & Lanind6 0    
Arthur Ruth6 0    
James Woodman5 0    
John Bloye7 0    
In all 5 men    
Robart ParsonCon[stab]le    
Sampson CoundyCon[stab]le    
Arthur RithAsse[sso]r    
William GerryAsse[sso]r    
Ralph Venning    

[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.]