Z1/43/6/8 East Allington, Stanborough Hundred

A rate made ye 18th day of October 1715 for modling the fiftys in ye parish aforesaid

Name (and title)Further detailsAmount    
Impr[imi]s Elias Thomas Rect[o]r50    fifty
Thomas Prideaux Gent27    fifty
Wm Bastard06    
John Oldriffe07    
Barnabas Putt07    
Nich[olas] Sloute03    
Mr Jno Scobell44    fifty
Roger Distaine06    
John Distaine12    fifty
John Marsh05    
Philip Pillage08    
Jonas Distaine03    
John Tolchard04    
Tho Distaine&    
Richard Distaine18    
Mr George Full34    fifty
Robert Full10    
David Lidstone&    
[no forename] Tozer05    
Mr [no forename] Thomasfor Mill Tenem[en]t01    
Mr Richard Neyle33    fifty
The same for Blackdown09    
for p[ar]t of Mr [no forename] Woods08    
Mr Edward Sloute14    fifty
The same for Lipton10    
for p[ar]t of Mr [no forename] WoodsNorton06    
Wm Holditchfor Fords14    
Tho Bartlettfor Mounts01    
Roger Hyne03    
Peter Bastard02    
Mr Jno Bastard24    fifty
Anne Harris widdow03    
The occupyers of Lynnis 01    
Mr [no forename] Neylefor Kellaton10    
Peter Waymouth12    
Mr Jno Hyne19    fifity
Richard Bastard14    
The occupyers of Tuckers 01    
Nich[olas] Wakeham14    
James Codd02    
Mr Jno Paigefor Rimpston22    fifty
for Kellagoes Cottage01    
for Bickford tenem[en]t08    
Mr Peter Jellard&    
Andrew Jellard11    
Edmond Scobell06    
James Adams02    
Mr Wm Proute25    fifity
Wm Holditch12    
Eliz[abeth] Wakeham widdow08    
Jno Alger&    
Ben Scobell05    
The sume of pounds 550 of arms 11     
The names of the sev[er]all Gen[tlemen] assest to horse
Impr[imi]s Edm Fortescue Esqr145    horse
George Parker Esqr016    horse
Edw Southcott Parker Esqr031    horse
Jno Harris015    horse
Nich[olas] Rooke, Clerke019    horse
Jn Scobellassesser    
John Hyneassesser    
Jno Bastardassesser    
William Prouteassesser    

[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.]