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Tax assessments, 1306-1523

Pages 274-275

A History of the County of Oxford: Volume 8, Lewknor and Pyrton Hundreds. Originally published by Victoria County History, London, 1964.

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VILLAGE TAX ASSESSMENTS AND NUMBERS OF CONTRIBUTORS 1306–1523

Lewknor Hundred

1523, Lay subsidy
1306 (fn. 6)
a 30th
1316 (fn. 7)
a 16th
1327 (fn. 8)
a 20th
1344 (fn. 9)
a 15th
1377 (fn. 10)
Poll Tax
1st payment (fn. 11) 2nd payment (fn. 12)
£ s. d. Contri-
butors
£ s. d. Contri-
butors
£ s. d. Contri-
butors
£ s. d. Contri-
butors
£ s. d. Contri-
butors
£ s. d. Contri-
butors
Adwell 1 1 (fn. 2) 10 (fn. 3) 2 0 0 13 1 10 0 9 1 10 6 26 6 2 6 7 3 7
Aston Rowant 1 6 16 1 11 15 11 2 14 4 115 7 2 7 25 6 6 2 27
Kingston Blount 1 18 21 3 12 1 (fn. 2) 10 (fn. 3) 2 18 9 14 2 16 7 72 2 17 4 19 2 4 26
Chalford 1 5 8 8 1 2 5 9 18 11 26 15 8 10 11 11¾ 8
Copcourt 9 6 19 0 4 1 2 9 10 8 5 7 0 3
Total 3 15 43 4 17 9 18 (fn. 3) 6 11 7 38 7 12 7 213 11 6 3 59 9 9 64
Britwell Salome 15 11¼ 9 1 0 2 9 (fn. 13) (fn. 13) 1 6 4 15 1 5 10 8 1 5 8
Crowell 1 8 7 (fn. 1) 1 5 5 15 1 17 5 21 1 6 2 40 10 6 7 11 6 9
Chinnor 1 19 10 (fn. 4) 25 5 12 9 (fn. 17) 6 3 10 (fn. 17) 7 1 5 (fn. 17) 122 3 4 6 20 3 11 32
Oakley. 9 11½ 9 57 (fn. 17) 77 (fn. 17) 5 8 4 8 10 6
Wainhill 4 11 3
Henton 1 8 19 2 11 2 (fn. 4) 18 3 12 6 (fn. 13) 25 (fn. 13) 2 16 0 79 1 2 4 13 1 6 8 19
Total 4 2 9 56 8 3 11 75 9 16 4 102 9 17 5 201 4 12 6 37 5 7 57
Emmington 1 16 9 (fn. 2) 20 (fn. 3) 1 13 1 15 2 3 9 24 2 16 3 66 1 1 0 8 1 2 0 16
Lewknor. 2 4 0 (fn. 1) 4 12 6 33 4 12 1 18 10 6 0 (fn. 15) 142 4 2 10 (fn. 16) 30 (fn. 16) 3 10 30
Ibstone 1 8 7 (fn. 1) 2 10 4 1 3 0
Padnell 5 5 4 11 4
Postcombe 2 16 20 2 10 6 13 2 19 8 13 16 4 9 16 9 (fn. 17) 9 (fn. 17)
Nethercote 17 7 1 13 6 8 4 0 8 9 9 8 10 3
Total 7 11 31 (fn. 3) 11 6 10 65 9 18 9 43 10 15 9 142 4 19 2 39 4 16 42
Sydenham 2 2 0 7 (fn. 3) (fn. 17) (fn. 17) (fn. 17) (fn. 1) (fn. 1) 115 1 15 4 24 16 10 23
Pishill 1 4 6 24 11 0 (fn. 18) 7 (fn. 18) 6 8 (fn. 18) 4 (fn. 18)
Pyrton 4 15 (fn. 2) 5 (fn. 3) 3 2 11 14 5 8 6 99 8 2 10 5 9 7
Clare 3 3 25 4 1 6 (fn. 2) 16 (fn. 3) 3 11 0 22 4 14 10 50 18 20
Goldor 1 5 4 1 12 0 8 1 12 5 13 1 0 11 22 1 12 9
Standhill 2 7 19 3 11 6 22 2 17 4 17 4 6 9 36
Stonor 10 5 8 16 6 11 (fn. 19) 15 (fn. 19)
Total 11 11 53 (fn. 3) 9 15 0 46 (fn. 2) 11 3 8 66 15 11 0 207 18 8 6 34 13 13 11 44
Shiburn (3 14 11¾) 28 (fn. 3) 3 15 11 24 2 11 6 24 4 4 3 111 8 12 2 19 8 15 10½ 32
Stoke Stalmage 1 6 2 11 1 1 0 9 1 19 10 38 1 13 10 14 2 0 1 15
Watlington 4 2 11¼ (fn. 2) 34 (fn. 3) 3 5 4 23 5 6 0 218 3 19 10 50 4 12 3 67
Watcombe (fn. 20) (fn. 20) 1 10 0 12 2 0 2
Greenfield 18 8 8 1 0 8 10
Total 4 2 11¼ 34 (fn. 3) 4 15 4 35 7 6 2 218 4 18 6 58 5 12 11 77
Warmscombe (fn. 3) 2 7 11¾ 16 2 10 9 12 2 0 6 11 2 17 3
Weston, South. 43 18 6 9 19 9
Wheatfield 3 7 6 (fn. 2) 10 (fn. 3) 4 6 6 18 2 18 6 14 2 18 6 60 1 4 4 9 5 8

Footnotes

  • 1. Mutilated: rubric and all names missing. The totals given are suggested identifications.
  • 2. Multilated: rubric and some names missing; identified by surviving names.
  • 3. Mutilated: number of names incomplete.
  • 4. Rubric missing: identified by names.
  • 5. Mutilated: the total given is the sum of surviving payments.
  • 6. E 179/161/10.
  • 7. E 179/161/8.
  • 8. E 179/161/9. On these Edwardian taxes see J. W. Willard, E.H.R. xxviii.517–21; xxix. 317–21; xxx. 69–74.
  • 9. E 179/161/17. For another example of the assessment fixed in 1334 see E 164/7: tax levied in 1415.
  • 10. E 179/161/41.
  • 11. E 179/161/198. For the 1523 subsidy see V.C.H. Oxon. v. 319; Suffolk in1524, Subsidy Return (Suffolk Green Bks. x).
  • 12. E 179/161/185.
  • 13. In 1327 Britwell Salome was assessed with Henton.
  • 14. Sydenham was included with Chinnor and members.
  • 15. Lewknor and members included Postcombe, Padnell in Rotherfield Greys parish, and part of Ibstone (Bucks.).
  • 16. Including Studdridge and Ibstone (Bucks.).
  • 17. 'Postcombe cum Copcot'.
  • 18. i.e. Pishill Napper. Pishill Venables is included in Stonor, below; and see above, pp. 132, 133.
  • 19. 'Stonor cum Assendon'. The Assendon which is assessed separately for both payments must be Middle Assendon in Bix parish.
  • 20. From the names of the contributors it seems that Watcombe was included in Watlington in 1306.
  • 21. Warmscombe in Watlington parish was usually assessed with South Weston.