Document index

All transcripts were prepared by Paul Luscombe.

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Coleridge Ashprington; Blackawton; Buckland-tout-Saints; Charleton; Chivelstone; Cornworthy; Dartmouth Townstall; Dittisham; Dodbrooke; East Portlemouth; Halwell; Harberton; Sherford; Slapton; South Pool; Stoke Fleming; Stokenham; Totnes (September 1715) Totnes (October 1715) is a 'weekly assessment' for Totnes (see Commentary, Section 4(i)(b) and 4(ii) and the Glossary).
Ermington Aveton Gifford; Bigbury; Cornwood; Ermington; Harford; Holbeton; Kingston; Modbury; Newton Ferrers; Ringmore; Ugborough  
Lifton Bradstone; Bratton Clovelly; Bridestowe (1715); Broadwoodwidger; Coryton; Dunterton; Germansweek; Kelly; Lamerton; Lewtrenchard; Lifton; Marystow; Okehampton; Stowford; Sydenham Damerel; Thrushelton; Virginstow Bridestowe (1698): the assessment for a quarterly poll tax for August 1698.
Lifton (1699 parishes): a list showing the number of soldiers required from 20 parishes in Lifton Hundred.
Lifton (1699 soldiers): a list of the names of soldiers from 20 parishes in Lifton Hundred.
Roborough Bere Ferrers; Bickleigh; Buckland Monachorum; East Stonehouse; Egg Buckland; Mary Tavy; Meavy; Peter Tavy; Sheepstor; St Budeaux; Stoke Damerel; Tamerton Foliot; Whitchurch  
Stanborough Buckfastleigh (October 1715); Churchstow; Dartington; Dean Prior (1715); Diptford; East Allington (1715); Kingsbridge; Loddiswell; Malborough; Moreleigh; North Huish; Rattery (September 1715); South Brent (b); South Huish; South Milton; Thurlestone; West Alvington; Woodleigh Buckfastleigh (September 1715) and Rattery (October 1715) returns may be preliminary lists sent prior to reductions in the numbers of soldiers in the October returns for these parishes.
Dean Prior (1697), East Allington (1697) and Thurlestone (1697) are militia assessments for August 1697.
South Brent (a) is an amended copy of South Brent (b) - both for 1715.
Tavistock Brentor; Milton Abbot (1); Tavistock Milton Abbot (2) is a 'week's assessment' for Milton Abbot (see Commentary, Section 4(i)(b) and 4(ii) and the Glossary).