Z1/43/6/18 South Huish, Stanborough Hundred

The names of the persons and value off there estates which are to be charged with foott armes within the parish aforesaid by vertue off a warrant to us directed ffrom His Majesties Deputies Lefftennants of this County September ye 7th 1715

Name (and title)Further detailsAmount    
(£ s)    
Mr John Norman31-10    one mans arms
James Cornish15-00    
Abraham Hyne02-10    
John Nicols01-00    
Dorothy Euans39-10    one mans arms
Will Adams02-10    
Thomas Rundle04-00    
Honnor Tookerman03-00    
Richard Came01-00    
William Adams50-00    one mans arms
James Rhodes31-10    one mans arms
Elezabeth Tookerman10-10    
Agness Earle03-00    
Robert Farewether05-00    
Mr Abraham Gilbert34-00    one mans arms[marginal note erased]
Walter Quarm15-00    
John Jarvis01-00    
Joan Jarvis& ye occupiers26-10    one mans arms
Edward Follett22-10    
Andrew Lidson01-00    
Roger Jarvis23-10    one mans arms
Andrew Jylard06-00    
Hannah Waymoth17-00    
Andrew Tookerman03-10    
Owen Waymoth31-10    one mans arms
Stephen Cranch15-00    
Amy Jarvis03-10    
Thomas Ryder24-10    one mans arms
Thomas Follett15-10    
Jane Jarvis10-00    
Mr Abraham Gilbert34-00    one mans arms[faint marginal note partly erased]
Nicolas Rundle06-10    
Jacob Phillips05-10    
Robert Luckham02-10    
Joan Luckham02-00    
Roger Jarvis21-00    one mans arms
Richard Yeabsley17-10    
Walter Wetheredge&    
John Luckham08-10    
William Clark03-00    
Sum total550-00    
Edward FollettConstable    
Owen WaymothConstable    [endorsed on back 'South Huish 11 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.]