Z1/43/6/3 Churchstow, Stanborough Hundred

Aug[us]t 22d 1715. The valoue of all the estates liable to the charge of foot arems within the said parish of Churstow as followeth viz

Name (and title)Further detailsAmount    
Abraham Gilberd gent50    foot arms
James Buckley gent39    foot arms
Beniam Wiatt06    
John Buhay05    
Mrs Sarah Osborn20    foot arms
Nicholas Cole16    
John Putt08    
Thomas Head04    
Marey Downing02    
Humphrey Harding17    foot arms
John Cholwitch gent03    
Joseph Tripe10    
Richard Milman05    
Richard Euens08    
John Knowling01    
John Leigh06    
Mr Richard Hallse20    foot arms
the ocupiers of Redford 16    
the widow [no forename] Hawkings09    
Roger Lauers05    
Andrew Cranch41    foot arms
Robert Kenaway07    
John Cholwitch02    
the ocupiers of the Recterey 50    foot arms
John Phillips21    foot arms
William Putt16    
John Oldriff10    
Walter Withridge03    
William Trobridge36    foot arms
John Oldriff08    
Mrs Grace Lanworthy02    
Thomas Cleauve [Cleave]04    
Richard Hawkings12    foot arms
John King05    
John Luke08    
John Elliott06    
ye holders of Sarles close 01    
Mr Francies Hinkston05    
Mr John Rumbelow10    
Nicholas Bickford03    
Marten Ryder Esqr50    tinner to horse
Beuell Basterd gent50    tinner - one mans armes
two estates falen [fallen] from the farin[er]s to William Ilbert Esqr of West Aleington    tinners[no amount shown]
an estate fallen from the farin[er]s to William Lanworthy gent of Lodswill16    to horse
John PuttConstable    
William PuttConstable    
    [endorsed on back 'Churstow 10 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.]