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Victoria County History

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T P Hudson (Editor), A P Baggs, C R J Currie, C R Elrington, S M Keeling, A M Rowland

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1980

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281-282

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'Tables', A History of the County of Sussex: Volume 6 Part 1: Bramber Rape (Southern Part) (1980), pp. 281-282. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=18268 Date accessed: 02 October 2014.


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TABLES

The parishes are arranged in the order in which their histories appear above, except that Worthing is placed immediately after Broadwater.

I. Taxpayers, Adult Inhabitants, and Families, 1327-1811
1327 1378 1524 1642 1676 1724 1811
subsidy payers poll-tax payers subsidy payers adult males adults families
Clapham 14 31 19 49 (fn. a) 110 21 41
Findon 26 80 41 73 116 40 85
Lancing 21 117 (fn. b) 47 71 350 30 103
Sompting 25 126 (fn. c) 50 75 128 40 88
Broadwater - (fn. d) 160 69 133 200 60 497
Worthing 11 34
Durrington 23 - 22 - (fn. e) 72 - 39
Heene - (fn. d) - 30 - (fn. e) 21 - 30
Kingston 28 51 - (fn. f) 17 31 6 12
New Shoreham 43 - 20 - 500 160 162
Old Shoreham 24 40 20 39 74 22 41
Southwick 27 28 - (fn. f) 35 64 22 66
Patching 11 85 (fn. b) 21 42 70 - 37
Botolphs 13 37 9 15 45 7 10
Bramber 32 (fn. g) - (fn. h) c. 20 (fn. i) - 72 24 21
Coombes 14 26 (fn. c) 11 15 24 5 10
Steyning 85 (fn. g) - (fn. h) c. 105 199 300 140 231
Washington 29 67 43 113 320 70 121
Wiston 31 54 48 75 64 20 46
West Tarring 21 - 65 - (fn. e) 203 - 107

Sources: 1327, Suss. Subsidies (S.R.S. x); 1378, E 179/189/42; 1524, Suss. Lay Subsidy, 1524-5 (S.R.S. lvi); 1642, W. Suss. Protestation Returns (S.R.S. v); 1676, Compton Census, S.A.C. xlv. 144-7; 1724, W.S.R.O., Ep. I/26/3; 1811, Census.

caption=" II. Valuations of Parochial Benefices, 1291, 1535, and 1829-31 (R indicates a rectory, V a vicarage)"
1291 1535 1829-31 annual average (net)
£      s.     d. £     s.    d. £
Clapham R   6  13    4 14    0    0 113
Findon V   8    0    0 13    3    9 500
Lancing V   5    6    8   6    9    4 151
Sompting V 10    0    0   8    7    0 150
Broadwater R 46  13    4 36    0    0 602
Worthing chapelry of Broadwater
Durrington chapelry of West Tarring
Heene chapelry of West Tarring
Kingston R 16  13    4 12  19    0 200
New Shoreham V   5    0    0   6    1    7 127
Old Shoreham V - (fn. a)   7  18    6 58
Southwick R 10    0    0   9  13  10 207
Patching R - (fn. b) 11  13    4 - (fn. c)
Botolphs V - (fn. d)
10    6    8

160
Bramber R   6  13    4
Coombes R   8    0    0 10    0    0 201
Steyning V   8    0    0 15    0    0 308
Washington V   6  13    4   9    9  10 63
Wiston R 13    6    8 12  13    4 340
West Tarring V   8    0    0   8  13    4 - (fn. c)

Sources: 1291, Tax. Eccl. (Rec. Com.); 1535, Valor Eccl. (Rec. Com.); 1829-31, Rep. Com. Eccl. Revenues.

Footnotes

a Omitting 'some at Michelgrove', as recusants.
b Including those wives who were returned as taxed with their husbands.
c Including wives and children listed.
d 23 taxpayers listed for Broadwater and Offington including Heene.
e 156 adult male inhabitants listed in West Tarring, Durrington, and Heene together.
f 32 taxpayers listed for Kingston and Southwick together.
g Excluding 3 taxatores listed for Bramber and Steyning jointly. Bramber figure presumably includes tenants of the borough whose tenements lay physically in Steyning.
h 72 taxpayers listed for Bramber and Steyning boroughs together, excluding the rural part of each parish.
i Presumably including tenants of the borough whose tenements lay physically in Steyning.
a Rectory taxed at £24.
b Vicarage taxed at £5.
c Patching and West Tarring together valued at £274 a year.
d Not taxed, presumably because of poverty.


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