Z1/43/7/2 Brentor, Tavistock Hundred

An establishment mad[e] b[y] us whose names are heareunder writen the 24 day of October 1715 and in the second yeare of the rain of our sovering Lor George the first king of England and so fourth for the setling the militia within our parish according to an act of parlment made for ordering the forces in the severl countys in this kingdom

Name (and title)Further detailsAmount    
(£ s d)    
John Cole18 19 0    a man's arms
William Doidge6 0 0    
Elizebth Turner [?]and    
John Grigory7 0 0    
Thomas Marten11 0 0    
John Eggberand    
William Grigory7 1 0    
John Doidge28 0 0    another man's arms
John Tavenerand Broom Parks13 0 0    
Daniel Kinsman7 0 0    
Thomas Kinsmanand    another man's arms
John Kinsman10 14 0    
Elizebeth Nicole7 12 0    
Alexandor Elfordand Pearces meads8 0 0    
Robert Randleand    
Peter Wicard [?]5 0 0    
Wallter Batten6 14 0    
Stephon Marten7 0 0    
John Davi5 0 0    
John GrigoryConstable    
William GregoryConstable    
John Cole    
Allexander Elford    
In all three 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.]