2 edition of Two early London subsidy rolls. found in the catalog.
Two early London subsidy rolls.
Great Britain. Exchequer
|Series||Skrifter utg. av Kungl. Humanistiska vetenskapssamfundet i Lund, 48|
|Contributions||Ekwall, Eilert, 1877-1964.|
|LC Classifications||DA680 A73|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||401|
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Genre/Form: Genealogy Lists: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Great Britain. Exchequer. Two early London subsidy rolls. Lund, C.W.K. Gleerup, 64 rows Two Early London Subsidy Rolls. Edited by Eilert Ekwall. Returns from lay subsidies raised. The Subsidy Rolls were taxation records of England and Wales that began in and continued until the Hearth Tax Returns or to Each roll was published by county.
As with most rolls of the feudal era, they were an attempt to record population and land holdings for the purposes of taxation.
In some cases, they specify the services due Two early London subsidy rolls. book tenants to lords which was typical under. Two Tudor Subsidy Rolls for the City of London, and Edited by R G Lang.
London Record Society, volume An edition of The National Archives documents E// and E//16, plus the Orphans' Books of London. A few identify family units.
The Domesday Book () does not include the City of London. - Two Early London Subsidy Rolls (, ) at British History Online; - Finance and trade under Edward III - The London lay subsidy of at British History Online (Local historical study, rather than a transcript of names.).
Subsidy Rolls are records of Two early London subsidy rolls. book in England made between the 12th and 17th centuries. They are often valuable sources of historical information. The lists are arranged by county, and the description of each document indicates the area covered, usually by hundred or subsidy was the first for which many assessments survive.
London Viewers and Their Certificates,ed. by Janet Senderowitz Loengard (HTML at British History Online) Two Early London Subsidy Rolls, ed. by Eilert Ekwall (HTML at British History Online) Two Tudor Subsidy Assessment Rolls for the City of London, anded.
by R. Lang (HTML at British History Online). For online access to the to London censuses, see the England Census article. Two Tudor Subsidy Assessment Rolls for the City of London and (London Record Society) (Volume 29) by R.G. Lang (Editor) ISBN ISBN Why is ISBN important. ISBN. This bar-code number lets you verify that you're getting exactly the right version or edition of a book.
Two Early London Subsidy Rolls - Returns from lay subsidies raised in the City of London in andarranged by ward, with information on names, occupations and assessments. Barron, London: Caroline M.
Barron, London in the Later Middle Ages: Government and People (Oxford, ). MLD includes the data in “Appendix 1: The Mayors and Sheriffs of London ,” pp. but sourced from MASL (see below) and “Appendix 2: Civic Officeholders c.
,” pp. The surname reaches London early in the 14th century. Johanne Eliot appears in the Portsoken (near Aldgate) Subsidy Roll of with a reference to him being found in under John Elyot.
In the Museum of London is (to quote the caption) "a bronze jug with three feet and three bands of lettering around the neck and body. The neck is Pronunciation: /ˈɛliət/.
The Cambridge History of the English Language is the first multi-volume work to provide a comprehensive and authoritative account of the history of English from its. Library The lay subsidy roll for Warwickshire of 6 Edward III / translated and edited with an introduction by William Fowler Carter ; with an appendix containing three early subsidy rolls for Stratford-upon-Avon, and an extract from an assize roll of ; edited by Frederick C.
Wellstood. Lancashire Lay Subsidies, Being an Examination of the Lay Subsidy Rolls Remaining in the Public Record Office, London, from Henry III. to Charles II.: Volume I.
Henry III. to Edward I. (), Volume 1 Volume 27 of Publications, Record Society for the Publication of Original Documents relating to Lancashire and Cheshire. The Alien Communities of London in the Fifteenth Century: The Subsidy Rolls of & J. Bolton Richard III & Yorkist History Trust, - Aliens - pages.
Two early records of the early name spelling were found: "Paulinus (fl. ), the British ecclesiastic, is first mentioned in the "Life of St. David," by Rhygyfarch (d. ), as that saint's early teacher.
He is described as a bishop, a 'scriba,' and a pupil of Germanus, living as an anchorite upon an island. Eilert Ekwall, Two early London subsidy rolls, page There were some leather-workers, as 4 or 5 curriers or tanners, 2 kissers, 6 or 7 saddlers or fusters.
Kingsley M. Oliver, Hold fast, sit sure: the history of the Worshipful Company of Saddlers of the City of. The subsidy performed especially badly in London in the later sixteenth century.
Local military rates compensated to some extent, but tax levels in real terms were very much lower in the s Author: John Oldland.
Saxon London in a tale of two cities; Liber Albus: The White Book of the City of London; City of London, Calendar of letter books; City of London, Calendar of early mayor's court rolls, ; City of London, Calendar of plea and memoranda rolls; Chronicles of the Mayors and Sheriffs of London ; A Survey of London, by John Stow; The Map of.
Two early London subsidy rolls, with introd., commentaries, and indices (Lund: C.W.K. Gleerup, ) pp. Genealogical Society of Utah, Federation of Family History Societies [GSU-FFHS], Census for England and Wales, the Channel Islands and the Isle of Man [computer file, SN: ] (Colchester, Essex: The Data Archive [distributor.
Two Tudor Subsidy Assessment Rolls for the City of London and The Dinner Book of the London Drapers' Company, London Record Society. $ Two Calvinistic Methodist Chapels, London Record Society. $ Ekwall, Eilert The concise Oxford dictionary of English place-names by Eilert Ekwall (Book) editions published Two early London subsidy rolls by Great Britain (Book.
Two Early London Subsidy Rolls. Returns from lay subsidies raised in the City of London in andarranged by ward, with information on names, occupations and assessments. Historic Hospital Admission Records Project.
A suite of unique databases, based on the admission registers to the Royal Hospital for Sick Children in Glasgow, and to. Two Early London Subsidy Rolls. Lund: Gleerup. Code-Switching in the Later Medieval English Lay Subsidy Rolls. In Herbert Schendl & Laura Wright, eds., 95– The Influence of the Concepts of Ordinatio and Compilatio on the Development of the Book.
Taking J. Fisiak's (,) and G. Kristensson's (, ) previous works on Domesday Book () (hereinafter: DB) and thirteenth and fourteenth century Lay Subsidy Rolls (hereinafter LSR) as my model, I am proposing a diachronic approach to the onomastic material recorded in these documents, which accounts for some of the.
Also available for that county are the Devonshire Lay Subsidy Rolls. Only a few additional early Devonshire records have been collected (See Earliest Combes &c.
of Devonshire), with one of those signifying a possible connection to the de COMBES of Sussex (via the De Braose family). This is a reproduction of a book published before This book may have occasional imperfections such as missing or blurred pages, poor pictures, errant marks, etc.
that were either part of Author: Gloucestershire subsidy roll. Index of Names in the Subsidy Roll of London, by Aryanhwy merch Catmael Masculine and feminine given names and surnames.
Two Early London Subsidy Rolls, British History Online Text of tax rolls from andwith detailed introduction. Rutland Lay Subsidy of The post Tudor vicar William Walton’s arrival in Great Dunmow explained how one of the drivers for the collection for the church steeple (and the establishment of the beautiful leather account-book), was the arrival of the new vicar, Master William Walton.
Another driver for the parish collection must have been the tax imposed by Henry VIII two years prior to the church steeple. Subsidy with a New Edition of its Text. Stroud: Sutton, Huntingdonshire J.
Ambrose Raftis and M. Patricia Hogan, eds. Early Huntingdonshire Lay Subsidy Rolls. Toronto: Pontifical Institute of Mediaeval Studies, Subsidia Mediaevalia 8, “Kent” Hugh A. Hanley and Christopher W.
Chalklin, eds. “The Kent lay subsidy of /5.” In. Lay subsidy roll for the county of Worcester, circ. ; edited for the Worcestershire historical society by Great Britain. Exchequer; Worcestershire, Eng; Willis Bund, J.
Pages: Notes About Company Names. Grocers were originally called Pepperers; the company appears to have emerged as Grocers in ; and the Merchant Taylors were until 6 January the Tailors and Linen Armourers. For both companies the original name is used until the year of the change, and then the new name, regardless of whether the sources consulted use the old or the new designation.
Rolls Series #76, vol. London: HMSO, Pp. Calendar LB: Calendar of Letter-Books Preserved Among the Archives of the Corporation of the City of London at the Guildhall.
I don't know if the record keeping during the 13th century had a French influence which pushed the le article on everyone's name, but this is mainly recorded in the Subsidy Rolls. Some Swans took there surname from living near a tavern sign, like Godfrey atte Swan who was recorded in in the "Pleas before the king" in London, or Thomas atte.
A variant of the Old English name of Staepe appeared first in history in A.D. when William a la Stappe was inscribed upon the Subsidy Rolls, Worchestershire, England.
Robert atte Stappe is listed on the Sussex, England Subsidy Rolls in A.D. Ph.D. thesis, Univ. of London )  S. Peyton, The village population in the Tudor Lay Subsidy rolls English Historical Review 30 () ; E.
Buckatzsch, The constancy of local populations and migration in England before Population Studies 5 () ; P. Laslett and J. Harrison, Clayworth and Cogenhoe: turnover of Cited by: A Gilbert Nelleson appears in the Lay Subsidy Roll of Preston Patrick in the Barony of Kendale also in (Records relating to the Barony of Kendale: Vol.
2 Subsidy of the fifteenth, in Preston Thomas. Lay Subsidy Roll,1a.) And In the rolls of two more records of "Adam Nelleson". Three Lancashire subsidy rolls, viz., for the hundred of Salford,the hundred of Salford, and the hundred of Leyland,together with a recusant roll for the hundred of Leyland, invol.
Early Rowntree history By Fred Rowntree J at I hope that the following information will be useful and interesting. uction This is the history, as I see it, of the start of the Rowntree family, up until the end of the seventeenth es with the name Rowntree, or alternative spellings, are found in a number of countries in the world, but mainly England.
A book containing copies of various onera of account for this tax is at E //3. The total net yields for each payment of the subsidy, as calculated by Dr.
Schofield, were: £72,; £64,; £5,; £9,The name as a baptismal name only, is recorded in the famous Domesday Book of England in the yearbut the surname as a hereditary name is some two hundred years later. Early examples of the name recordings taken from authentic medieval charters, registers, and rolls, include: Rudolf Rosse of Basel, Switzerland, inRichard Roys, in.Stephenson Family from Georgia Website.
Scottish, English, Dutch, and North German: from the personal name Steven, a vernacular form of Latin Stephanus, Greek Stephanos ‘crown’. This was a popular name throughout Christendom in the Middle Ages, having been borne by the first Christian martyr, stoned to death at Jerusalem three years after the death of Christ.