Z1/43/6/13 Moreleigh, Stanborough Hundred

Septemb[er] the 6th 1715. A yearly value of the p[ar]ish aforesaid towards the better settlem[en]t of horse & foot souldiers & armes to bee of the standing militia of this County charged according to severall Acts of Parliament in that behalfe made & provided

Name (and title)Further detailsAmount    
(£ s d)    
John Shapleigh Esqr... Tinner . . . for the Barton in Moreley, Broome P[ar]ks, Stone, Storidge Wood and Taverne    Tinner Horse
Courtnay Crocker Esqr for Higher Grimpstoneleigh    
John Ceeley Rector15 15 00    arms
The occup[ie]r of Higher Storidge 28 17 06    
Edward Fordor occ[upie]r of Easte Whita P[ar]ks5 05 00    
Walter Perringp[ar]t of East Hannamore0 02 06    
Richd Hurrellor occ[upier] of Lower Grimpstonleigh19 05 00    arms
Mary Prowseor occ[upier] of Lower Storidg7 00 00    
Mr [no forename] Sandfordor occ[upier] of Chappmawells14 17 06    
George Effordor occ[upier] of West Whita P[ar]ks4 07 06    
Richd Pamer [?]or occ[upier] of West Hannamo[r]e3 10 00    
occ[upier] of Strayer Parks 0 10 00    
Walter Perringp[ar]t of East Hannamo[r]e0 10 00    
John Bartletor occ[upie]rs of Low[e]r Chilley14 00 00    arms
Nicholas Jackson18 05 00    
Occup[ie]rs of Higher Chilley 7 17 06    
Thomas Prydeaux Gent7 00 00    
Walter Perringthe rest [of] East Hannamo[r]e2 17 06    
Francis GrillsCon[sta]ble    
Phillip FoaleJunr Con[sta]ble    ['Morely 3 men' on reverse]

[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.]