Z1/43/6/14 North Huish, Stanborough Hundred

In the yearly valey of all the estats within the p[ar]ish aforsaid to be charged with horse & armes foott men & armes valed ye 6th day of September 1715 by us whose names are subscribed as followeth

Name (and title)Further detailsAmount    
The yearly valuey of the estats charged with horse & armes     
Thomas Prestwood Esqr220    [horse]
Charles Taylor Gent100    [horse]
The yearly valuey of those estats charged with foott armes     
Susanah Fowell widd[ow]60    2 mens armes
James Buckley Gentfor Demonds26    
James Buckley Gentfor Edmonds07    
Robert Prows05    
John Lister02    
John Cross p[ar]son75    2 mens armes
Dorathy Rusell widd[ow]20    
Symon Amfor Willparke05    
Phillip Brickwoodfor Pitt30    1 man armes
William Effordor the occupiers14    
Arthur Harviefor Midell Ford06    
Samuell May25    1 man armes
Francis Heale Gent17    
Mathew Soper08    
Roger Hurrell Gent41    1 man armes
Arthur Harviefor Philips07    
William Brucking02    
John Phillips18    1 man armes
the occupiers of Hier Norris 20    
Philip Brickwoodfor Helliers07    
John Shipheard05    
George Roope Gent&    1 man armes
Agness Austine20    
M[r]s Agness Austinefor Sederwill17    
Richard Hellier12    
Elizabeth Paunton02    [total for this fifty is £51]
Arthur Harviefor Huish town19    1 man armes
John Robings14    
Symon Amfor Huxams13    
William Crocker04    
Samuell Hart Gent27    1 man armes
the occupiers Hingeston tenement 14    
the occupiers of Tobias Norris11    [total for this fifty is £52]
The yearly valuey of the estats that stand charged as tiners     
the occupiers of Nathaniell Heardestate27    1 man armes
the occupiers of John Scobelltenement11    
Joan Heard05    
John Ball05    
William Heard02    
Arthur Harvie30    1 man armes
the occupiers of Lord Lupridg04    
David Oldreive12    
the occupiers of Voysess Combe 06    
Philip BrickwoodCon[sta]bell    
David OldreiveCon[sta]bell    ['North huish 13 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.]