Z1/43/5/10 Stoke Damerel, Roborough Hundred

An account of the estates within our parish & the yearly value thereof chargeble to arms according to Act of Parliament presented to His Majesties Debuty Leiutenants at Okehampton the 25th of October 1715

Name (and title)Further detailsAmount    
S[i]r Nicholas Moricein our parish190    [in right margin; not categorised - may be horse or tinner]
Mr Henry Hawes Rector38    one musquett
Item for Sparkes tenem[en]t 12    [partly overwritten]
Mr Christopher Furneaux42    one musquett
Tobias Furneaux08    
Tobias Furneaux50    one pike
Mr William Addisfor Burrow and Quarry tenem[en]ts45    one musquett
The occupiers of Travess's tenem[en]t 05    
Mr William Bartlet24    one pike
Philip Harris18    
Mr Henry Hawesfor Pains08    
Mr Thomas Willisford28    one musquett
Mrs [no forename] Masters14    
Mr [no forename] Youngfor Churchills08    
Mr Thomas Couch20    one musquett
The widdow [no forename] Light14    
Mrs [no forename] Blackbourn10    
Mr [no forename] Dorracottfor Durstons06    
Mrs [no forename] Toms15    one musquett
Mr [no forename] Bayleyfor Southhill09    
Mrs [no forename] Jenking05    
William Kempthorn10    
John Pollard05    
William Higman04    
John Bawden02    
Hen HawesRect[or] [signatory]    
Tobias Furneaux[signatory]    
Robert Young[signatory]    
Wm Bartlett[signatory]    
Phillip Harris[signatory]    
Wm Kempthorne [signatory]    
In all 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.]