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Tax assessments, 1306-1523

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A History of the County of Oxford: Volume 7, Dorchester and Thame Hundreds. Originally published by Victoria County History, London, 1962.

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TAX ASSESSMENTS OF THE VILLAGES AND HAMLETS OF DORCHESTER AND THAME HUNDREDS, 1306–1523

1306 (fn. 5) a 30th 1327 (fn. 6) a 20th 1344 (fn. 7) a 15th 1377 (fn. 8) Poll tax 1523 (fn. 9) Lay subsidy
£ s. d. Contributors £ s. d. Contributors £ s. d. Contributors £ s. d. Contributors
Chislehampton 1 7 16 2 11 6 21 3 0 3 57 12 2 9
Clifton Hampden 1 10 16 2 17 6 33 2 17 2 79 1 12 10 17
Dorchester (fn. 10) 3 10 0 (fn. 2) 4 9 10 39 3 19 8 215 6 18 10 47
Burcot 1 2 10 ¾ 10 2 7 2 17 2 15 6 41 17 6 14
Total 4 12 10 ¾ 6 17 0 56 6 15 2 256 7 16 4 61
Drayton St. Leonard 1 10 0 (fn. 2) 4 0 10 25 2 1 3 72 2 18 2 16
Stadhampton (fn. 4)1 0 4 (fn. 4) 14 (fn. 1) 2 13 7 28 1 17 9 63 1 7 4 24
South Stoke 1 1 8 21 4 4 0 40 3 11 2 194 9 6 6 39
Woodcote 13 13
Total 1 15 34
Milton, Great (fn. 11) 5 11 7 (fn. 3) 44 (fn. 3) 6 6 6 72 8 2 10 242 4 4 0 22
Little 1 8 8 15
Ascot 2 2 0 24 2 15 8 48 12 10 6
Total 8 8 6 96 10 18 6 290 6 5 6 43
Thame, Old 6 1 10 39 (fn. 1) 5 3 6 50 3 7 9 128 4 8 10 22
New 6 3 2 (fn. 3) 55 (fn. 1) 6 7 11 67 9 2 8 325 15 15 6 78
Priestend (fn. 12) 83 1 3 2 17
Attington 16 10 11 2 2 4 16 4 18 11 27
Moreton 1 8 4 21 2 5 6 20 69 2 15 10 13
Tetsworth 1 13 6 24 (fn. 1) 2 16 10 27 3 19 3 110 2 8 10 26
Weston, North 1 19 5 23 3 2 11 27 2 14 6 49 15 4 7
Total 18 3 1 21 19 0 207 24 3 1 791 27 7 6 163
Waterstock 1 3 2 17 2 7 0 25 3 2 4 51 1 7 8 11

Footnotes

  • 1. Mutilated: number of names incomplete.
  • 2. Mutilated: rubric and all names missing.
  • 3. Mutilated: rubric and some names missing.
  • 4. Mutilated: the total given is the sum of the surviving payments.
  • 5. E 179/161/10.
  • 6. E 179/161/9. The 1316 tax assessment is mutilated for these hundreds and has not been included in the tables. On these Edwardian taxes, see J. W. Willard, E.H.R. xxviii. 517–21; xxix. 317–21; xxx. 69–74.
  • 7. E 179/161/17 (the earliest Oxfordshire example of the 1334 assessment). Cf. E 164/7 (tax levied in 1415) for another example of the assessments fixed in 1334.
  • 8. E 179/161/41.
  • 9. E 179/191/198.
  • 10. Dorchester included Fifield in Benson as well as Overy in its early 14th- and 16th-century tax assessments.
  • 11. For assessments of Coombe and the Chilworths, also in Great Milton parish, see V.C.H. Oxon. vi, 318.
  • 12. Priestend is almost certainly included in the assessment of Old Thame in the early 14th cent.