Langton Herring

 

TUDOR SUBSIDY 1545

 

A subsidy was a form of taxation which was often taken in times of need, such as to finance wars. The subsidy of 1545 was paid by everyone who was assessed as having land valued over 1 or goods valued over 5, however many people seem to have avoided this assessment on land.

 

Langton Heryng

 

John Smarte G 4

William Boyette G 1

John GyLl G 3

William Abraham G 2

Robert Rogers G 1

John Gybbys G 1

Robert Chaundell G 1

Lewis Deporte G 1

Henry Olyver G 2

John Willyams G 1

Robert Carpynter G 1

Edward Boyette G 1

Hugh Hendy G 1

William Huxfford G 3

John Hendy G 1

Robert Wynter G 1

Henry Bussell G 1

Albon Evyn G 1

Total: 0.2s.3d.

 

 

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