The Poll Taxes of 1377, 1379 and 1381: Part 2: Lincolnshire-Westmorland
Carolyn C. Fenwick
OUP/British Academy, May 17, 2001 - Business & Economics - 712 pages
The poll tax records of 1377, 1379 and 1381 form a massive resource about individuals, their occupations, and their relationships, and therefore provide an intriguing and detailed picture of late fourteenth-century England. Part 2 of this highly acclaimed edition covers the counties of Lincolnshire-Westmorland. The enormous wealth of material on Norfolk is of particular significance. Part 3 (Wiltshire-West Riding) will complete the edition and contain various indexing aids.
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1381 collection 1381 Detailed Roll 1381 Reassessment badly faded Beginning of Membrane cm long respectively cm wide Damaged Heading Damaged Return documents eius Enrolled Account Faded Heading Glasscock Hamfordshoe hundred Higham Ferrers Hundred hundred in 1334 indentures individual assessments add Johannes Lay Subsidy LINCOLNSHIRE Listed Taxed Little Bourton members in 1334 membranes stitched nominative lists NORTHAMPTONSHIRE original roll OXFORDSHIRE Particular of Account Pathlow Piece No Width piece numbers Polebrook hundred poll tax Receipts Ricardus Rottenly S S S S S S S Skirbeck Wapentake stitched together continuously stitching marks Strixton taxation areas Taxed with members taxpayers are listed Total View of Account vills WARWICKSHIRE Width Length Indent Willelmus Wraggoe Wapentake Wrottesley