Z1/43/6/5 Dean Prior, Stanborough Hundred

A list of the names & estates of those that are imposed to arms towards the foot Malitia within the parish aboues[ai]d & the devideing of the same into fiftys the last day of August 1697

Name (and title)Further detailsAmount    
(£ s)    
Impr[imi]s Edward Yard[for] his two bartons150    horse
William Pearse vic[ar]28 10    arms
Gervas Vealsestate09 10    
Robert Colwill&    
Andrew Colwillsestate10 10    
Roger Pearsesestate01 10    
John Furse Esqrs estate52 00    two mens arms
Thomas Gilbert gentsestate46 10    
Michall Derryor ye occupier01 10    
Will[iam] Bowermansestate19 10    arms
Mr Robert Colwillsestate18 00    
Tho Goodmansestate03 10    
Peter Fabinsestate03 00    
Mr Nicholas Rooksestate06 00    
John Headsestate10 00    arms
more for Croots & Moreparks 05 00    
Tho Mudgeor ye occupier06 00    
Mary Cownor ye occupier04 00    
Robert Prowseestate11 00    
more for Moreshead 10 10    
Giles Fursesestate03 10    
John Mudgesestate27 00    arms
Will[iam] Goodmansestate05 00    
John Burgesestate07 00    
Will[iam] Michelmoreestate05 00    
Daniell Weathertonestate06 00    
Richard Cownesestate20 10    arms
Hugh Slowleysestate02 00    
Ann Windeator ye occupier08 00    
John Luscombsestate11 00    
John Hamblingsestate06 10    
Henery Mudgeor ye occupier02 00    
William Gillsestate33 00    arms
Elizabeth Cownor ye occupier14 10    
Richard Bakersestate02 10    
John Scoblesestate13 00    arms
John Vealsestate08 10    
John Laversor ye occupier05 10    
Robert Causeleyestate05 10    
John Knowlingestate05 10    
Will[iam] Prowsefor ye mills04 10    
the occupier of Foxes estate 02 10    
Phillip Abbotsestate05 00    
Richard Madocksestate17 00    arms
Samuell Whitesestate05 00    
Samuell Luscombsestate &    
ye occupier of Robinses estate & Cockwills 21 00    
Christopher Hoarestate05 00    
Tho Yollandsestate02 00    
The whole are ten mens arms in our parish    

[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.]