2 edition of Gloucestershire subsidy roll found in the catalog.
Gloucestershire subsidy roll
Phillipps, Thomas Sir.
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The information in this article is drawn from an excellent book by Doctor Peter Franklin titled ‘The taxpayers of medieval Gloucestershire: An analysis of the Lay Subsidy Roll with a new edition of its text’ published by Alan Sutton in An illustration of an open book. Books. An illustration of two cells of a film strip. Video. An illustration of an audio speaker. Audio An illustration of a " floppy disk. Full text of "Gloucestershire notes and queries; an illustrated quarterly magazine devoted to the history and antiquities of Gloucestershire".
His social position in Gloucestershire was high enough for him to be elected for the county in He was named to committees concerning armour and weapons (8 Nov. ), maltsters (12 Jan. ); and on 22 Nov. Sir Edward Hoby successfully moved the House for privilege because Tracy had been put on a jury at the court of common pleas. Abstracts of Feet of Fines relating to Gloucestershire –, ed. C.R. Elrington (Gloucestershire Record Ser BGAS ) Glos. N&Q: Gloucestershire Notes and Queries (10 vols. –) Glos. Subsidy Roll, Gloucestershire Subsidy Roll I Edw. III, (priv. printed by Sir Thomas Phillipps [? ]) Glouc. Apprentices Reg.
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The Gloucestershire 'Lay Subsidy Roll' ofdrawn up in the year King Edward II was killed at Berkeley Castle, is one such list and forms the subject of this book.
In his introduction Dr Franklin not only provides insights into Gloucestershire society in the Middle Ages, he also offers a general introduction to the complexities of medieval Cited by: 1. Gloucestershire Subsidy Roll, I Edw. Iii Paperback – Novem by Gloucestershire subsidy roll (Author)Author: Gloucestershire subsidy roll.
The Gloucestershire 'Lay Subsidy Roll' ofdrawn Gloucestershire subsidy roll book in the year King Edward II was killed at Berkeley Castle, is one such list and forms the subject of this book. In his introduction Dr Franklin not only provides insights into Gloucestershire society in the Middle Ages, he also offers a general introduction to the complexities of medieval.
The Taxpayers of Medieval Gloucestershire: An Analysis of the Lay Subsidy Roll, e-book; Gloucestershire subsidy roll, i Edw. iii, Vol e-book. Voting Lists. Gloucestershire, England, Electoral Registers,index and images, ($) Wills and Probate.
Gloucestershire, England, Wills and Inventories, Index, images. This book contains the complete text of the Gloucestershire Lay Subsidy Roll of Using additional information, Dr Franklin explains who did and did not pay tax, how fair the assessments of taxable wealth were, and medieval methods of tax avoidance.
There are also comprehensive indices of personal names and place-names. Product IdentifiersSeller Rating: % positive.
Gloucestershire Notes and Queries: An Illustrated Quarterly Magazine Devoted to the History and Antiquities of Gloucestershire subsidy roll book, Volume 2 Simpkin, Marshall, Hamilton, Kent, and Company, Limited, - Gloucestershire (England).
Lay Subsidy Roll: E// Gloucestershire - 13 April Gloucestershire genealogy. Fluck Family of Gloucestershire Musters & Tax Lists. Lay Subsidy Roll The Military Survey of Gloucestershire Men and Armour for Gloucestershire Lay Subsidy Roll Extracted from "The Taxpayers of Medieval Gloucestershire" By Peter Franklin Alan Sutton Publishing Ltd Kiftsgate Hundred - Ebrington & Hidcote Boyce.
Domesday Book and the later survey reveal a complex pattern of landholding in the town, one that presumably dated in many of its essentials from before the Conquest. Within the northern half of Gloucestershire, however, Gloucester was not seriously challenged as the trading and administrative centre.
Glos. Subsidy Roll,1–2. Gloucestershire Peter, Franklin, ed. The Taxpayers of Medieval Gloucestershire. An Analysis of the Lay Subsidy with a New Edition of its Text.
Stroud: Sutton, Huntingdonshire J. Ambrose Raftis and M. Patricia Hogan, eds. Early Huntingdonshire Lay Subsidy Rolls. Gloucestershire Farmers and High Prices of Corn Extracts from the Council Minute Book at Gloucester The Rev Sir Henry BateDudley Bart.
Subsidy Roll for Elmore Parish Gloucestershire Churches. An old ChurchNotice. Gloucestershire. Buy Gloucestershire Subsidy Roll, I Edw. Iii by roll, Gloucestershire subsidy (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible : Gloucestershire subsidy roll.
Home / Publications / Online / Lay Subsidies. GLOUCESTERSHIRE LAY SUBSIDIES (SOUTHWEST DIVISION) Download transcript of Select Rolls () [ MB PDF].
Lay subsidies. These were taxes levied by parliament on the rental value of land and actual value of goods of the better off people among the civil population. Domesday Book for Gloucestershire (11thC) Early Gloucestershire Probate Records transcribed by Leslie Mahler Forest of Dean Family History Forest of Dean Wills of Gloucestershire 16th, 17thC Subsidy Roll early Gloucestershire surnames.
Horsley is a village and civil parish about one and a half miles south-west of the small Cotswold market town of origins of the name Horsley are much debated, although it is thought to be derived from the pre-7th century Old English phrase, "horse-lega", meaning "place of horses".
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Product: PDF Books About The History Of GloucestershireIncluding Transcripts Of Parish RegistersOn 1 DVDTranscripts Of Registers01 Berkeley - Bapt. Go to Gloucestershire Probate Records to find the name of the court having primary jurisdiction. Scroll down in the article to the section Court Jurisdictions by Parish.
Taxation [edit | edit source] - Subsidy Roll for Bisley, ; Maps and Gazetteers [edit | edit source] Maps are a visual look at the locations in England.
13 Calculated from Sir T. Phillipps, Gloucestershire Subsidy Roll, I Edward III. A.D. I (Middle Hill Press, n.d.), passim. I should like to thank the staff of Gloucester Library for photocopying this work for me.
14 Hilton, English Peasantry, pp. ioo; Titow, Rural Society, pp. Names from Musters of the Gloucestershire (North & South) Militia are available for purchase on floppy disk or microfiche through Family History Indexes (the link to Militia Musters is part way down the page).
Men & Armour for Gloucestershire in / [compiled by] John Smith; a Muster Roll of fit and able bodied men. The information in this article is drawn from an excellent book by Doctor Peter Franklin titled ‘The taxpayers of medieval Gloucestershire: An analysis of the Lay Subsidy Roll with a new edition of its text’ published by Alan Sutton in [W.H.
Stevenson (ed.), Rental of all the Houses in Gloucester A.D.p. 64] In the Subsidy Roll of Adam Pode was assessed for tax in the West Ward which would suggest that he lived in that part of town. [Information gathered from the Gloucestershire Record Office copy of the Gloucestershire Subsidy Roll, ].The list below is from the Gloucestershire Lay Subsidy Roll of and states who paid how much tax at the time .
The final column is what we think the surname is when translated into modern english.