Place 
Christian name 
Surname 
Status 
Basis 
Valuation 
Levy 
Notes 

Hundred of Fawsley 








Fawsley 
Valentyne 
Knyghtley 
esquire 
for lands 

568d 

Fawsley 
John 
Knyghtley 
clerk 
for lands & benefice 

334d 


Staverton 
Stephan 
Danyell 

for lands 

8d 

Staverton 
Willm 
Harrys 

for lands 

8d 


Braunston 
John 
Bedell 

for lands 

8d 

Braunston 
Richard 
Murden 

for lands 

28d 

Braunston 
John 
Clarke 

for lands & annuities 

8d 

Braunston 
John 
Cook 

for lands 

8d 


Kilsby 
John 
Cowley 

for lands 

2s 

Kilsby 
Wm 
Browne 

for lands 

8d 

Kilsby 
Wm 
Halle 

for lands 

12d 


Norton 
Wm 
Gent 

for lands, fees & annuities 

38d 

Norton 
James 
Knyght 

for lands 

8d 


Weedon 
Wm 
Capurn 

for goods 

26d 

Weedon 
Henry 
Ballynce 

for lands 

12d 

Weedon 
Richard 
Campyon 

for lands 

12d 

Weedon 
Willm 
Gefforaye 

for lands 

20d 

Weedon 
Thomas 
Judkyn 

for lands 

8d 

Weedon 
Thomas 
(Bostwyk) 

for lands 

8d 

Weedon 
Sir Robt 
Bostwyk 
vicar 
for lands 

40 d 


Litchborough 
Thomas 
Mallory 

for lands 

(88d) 

Litchborough 
Edward 
Leek 

for lands 

64d 

Litchborough 
Thomas 
Dwalle 

for lands 

8d 

Litchborough 
Wm 
Neele 

for lands 

8d 

Litchborough 
Sir John 
Chauntrell 
parson 
for lands 

40d 


Hellidon 
Robt 
Glover 

for lands 

12d 


Farthingstone 
Thomas 
Adames 

for goods 

28d 


Dodford 
John 
(Warl__) 

for lands 

88d 

Dodford 
Sir John 
____ 
vicar 
for lands 

(40d) 


Everdon 
Richard 
Colles 

for lands 

24d 

Everdon 
Sir Wm 
Smyth 
parson 
for lands 

8s 


? 

Colles 

for lands 

68d 
Information lost through damage. 
? 

(Buller) 

for lands 

(44d) 

? 

Grendon 

for lands 

(34d) 


? 



for lands 

(20d) 
Information lost through damage. 
? 



for lands 

40d 

? 



for lands 

8d 

? 





(16d) 









Perhaps two more names lost here but probably still Fawsley hundred. 


Presumably Guilsborough hundred 









Stanford 
Thomas 
Cave 






Lilbourne 
Henry 
Collyns 

for his lands 

8d 
Membrane faded around here. 
Lilbourne 
Humfrey 
Wa____ 

for his lands 

8d 


Winwick & Eltington 
Thomas 
Pell 

for his lands 



Winwick & Eltington 
Edmond 
(Andrewes) 






Thornby 
Robt 
(Turner) 

for his goods 



Thornby 
John 
Pell 

for his lands 

8d 

Thornby 
(Sir Wm) 
Parr 
parson 
for his lands 

34d 


Naseby 
John 
Shuckbrughe 

for his (lands) 




Welford 
Robt 
S__p__ 
(vicar) 


5s 


Guilsborough 
Robt 
Lovell 

for his lands 

8d 

Guilsborough 
Richard 
(Gardyner) 

for his lands 

8d 
poss Gaudyne 







Sum _____ 








Membrane damage around here 


Hundred of (Nobottle Grove) 








Dallington 
John 
Richardson 

for goods 

(28d) 


Duston & St James End 
Thomas 
Spencer 

for lands 

8d 

Duston & St James End 
Willm 
Yomans 

for lands 

8d 
There is a short note after this entry. 

Bugbrooke 
Richard 
Pickeryng 

for lands 

12d 

Bugbrooke 
Richard 
Symondes 

for lands 

8d 


Ravensthorpe & Teton 
Wm 
Jauney 

for goods 

210d 

Ravensthorpe & Teton 
Willm 
Colas 

for lands 

12d 

Ravensthorpe & Teton 
Christofer 
Br__ 

for goods 

28d 

Ravensthorpe & Teton 
Wm 
Osborn 

for goods 

(36d) 

Ravensthorpe & Teton 
(Sir Wm) 
______ 
vicar 
for lands 

38d 

Ravensthorpe & Teton 
John 
_____ 






Brockhall & Muscote 
Thomas 
Knyght 

for goods 

28d 
Membrane faded and damaged around here. 
Brockhall & Muscote 
Symond 
Smythe 

for lands 

? 

Brockhall & Muscote 
Thomas 
(Smythe) 

for lands 

(12d) 


Flore 
Robt 
Saunders 

for goods 



Flore 
John 
Congerton 

for lands 



Flore 
Henry 
Lyne 

for lands 



Flore 
Wm 
Muscote 

for lands 



Flore 
Henry 
Cockes 
vicar 
for ___ 



Flore 
____ 
____ 






Upton 
Robt 
Stafford 






Nether Heyford 
John 
Catesby 

for lands 


Membrane damaged. Placename may be Upper and Lower Heyford. 
Nether Heyford 
____ 
(Brayne) 






Kislingbury 






Personal name(s) lost due to damage. 

East Haddon 
John 
H___ 




Personal names lost due to damage. 
East Haddon 
(John) 
____ 





East Haddon 
John 
(Shelton) 

for lands 





Harpole 
Willm 
T___ 




Personal names lost due to damage. 
Harpole 
Thomas 
____ 





Harpole 
(Sir ____) 
____ 
(parson) 






The names of all the contributors within the hundred of Sutton 








Kings Sutton 
John 
____ 

for his goods 

134d 

Kings Sutton 
Ric' 
Ch(ambre) 

for his lands 

34d 


Newbottle cum membris 
Peter 
(Dormer) 

for his goods 


Membrane has faded around this area. 
Newbottle cum membris 
Thomas 
__ck 

for his lands 


poss Buck 
Newbottle cum membris 
John 
Creswell 

for his lands 



Newbottle cum membris 
George 
Medley 

for his lands 




Wappenham 
Ric' 
Fermor 

for his lands 

(68d) 

Wappenham 
Wyllm 
Br(ograve) 

for his (fees) 

8d 

Wappenham 
John 
(Atkins) 

for his lands 

8d 


Middleton Cheney 
Hen' 
Taylor 

for his goods 

34d 

Middleton Cheney 
Thomas 
Warde 

for his goods 

? 

Middleton Cheney 
Thomas 
(Parishe) 
alias Taylor 
for his goods 

? 

Middleton Cheney 
John 
Myddleton 

for his lands 

12d 


Evenley 
Thomas 
Stutisbery 
(the elder) 
for his lands 

34d 

Evenley 
George 
Marshall 

for his lands 

24d 

Evenley 
Thomas 
Stutisbery 
(the younger) 
for his lands 

12d 


Aynhoe 
Mrs 
Boughton 

for her lands 

68d 

Aynhoe 
Mr 
Lane 

for his goods 

5s 

Aynhoe 
Thomas 
Hanslap 

for his goods 

34d 


Thenford 
Laurence 
Wodhull 

for his lands 

54d 


Thorpe Mandeville 
Wyllm 
Gyfforde 
gent 
for his lands 

68d 


Croughton 
Elyzabethe 
Wakelond 

for her lands 

48d 

Croughton 
Wyllm 
Coollshell 

for his lands 

(16d) 


Falcutt 
George 
Broune 

for his goods 

26d 


Astwell 
Thomas 
Lovett 
esquire 
for his lands 

20d 


Brackley 
George 
Yorke 

for his lands 

3s 

Brackley 
Wyllm 
Maior 

for his lands 

8d 

Brackley 
Wyllm 
Clarke 

in goods 

3s 


Radstone 
Robart 
Mariat 

for his lands 

12d 


Hinton in the Hedges 
Robart 
Pygot 

for his lands 

68d 

Hinton in the Hedges 
Thomas 
Wytlock 

for his lands 

8d 


Marston St Lawrence 
Foulke 
(Bully) 

for his goods 

34d 

Marston St Lawrence 
John 
Blynckho 

for his lands 

20d 


Culworth 
Mr 
Danvers 

for his lands 

68d 

Culworth 
Wyllm 
Wats 

for his lands 

8d 


Helmdon 
Ric' 
Nicoll 

for his lands 

24d 

Helmdon 
John 
Cools 

for his lands 

12d 


Whitfield 
Thomas 
Osburne 

for his lands 

68d 

Whitfield 
Ric' 
Ward 

for his lands 

12d 


Steane 
Mr 
Barker 

for his lands 

68d 








Sum £83s2d 


The names of all the contributors within the hundred of Norton 








Greens Norton 
John 
Hucklynge 

(graunte the to pay) 

58d 

Greens Norton 
Thomas 
Donnall 



8d 

Greens Norton 
Wylm 
Nellson 



28d 

Greens Norton 
John 
Wynckylls 



3s 


Whittlebury 
Henry 
Baker 



28d 

Whittlebury 
Flores 
Clarke 



24d 

Whittlebury 
Richarde 
Brassbryge 



8d 

Whittlebury 
Robart 
Smythe 



26d 


Silverstone 
Robart 
Hopkyns 

for his goods 

2s 

Silverstone 
Robart 
Robins 

for his lands 

8d 


Bradden 
John 
Mathew 

for his lands 

28d 

Bradden 
Wyllm 
Mathew 

for his lands 

34d 

Bradden 
Nicolas 
Goodman 

for his lands 

8d 


Slapton 
Wyllm 
Knyght 

for his goods 

210d 


Blakesley 
John 
Foxley 

for his lands 

3s 

Blakesley 
Thomas 
Foxley 

for his lands 

84d 


Woodend 
Thomas 
Wats 

for his goods 

4s 


Maidford 
John 
Lawn 

for his lands 

8d 

Maidford 
Thomas 
Newsam 

for his goods 

3s 

Maidford 
Mathew 
Seyton 

for his lands 

8d 


Canons Ashby 
John 
Cope 

for his lands 

468d 
Listed as 'Coopes Asby' 
Canons Ashby 
Robart 
Wylkyns 

for his lands 

12d 

Canons Ashby 
Thomas 
Bull 

for his lands 

12d 

Canons Ashby 
Henry 
Warde 

for his lands 

20d 


Moreton Pinkney 
Thomas 
Hall 
mortuus est 











Wedon & Weston' 
Weedon 
(John) 
___ 

for his lands 

8d 

Weedon 
Robart 
Wells 

for his lands 

8d 









Sum £5 7s 8d. 

The hundred of Wardon 








Chipping Warden 
Sir Wylm 
Smalbone 

for his lands 

8d 

Chipping Warden 
Ric' 
Makepeas 

for his lands 

12d 


Byfield 
Wyllm 
Heyly 

for his lands 

12d 

Byfield 
Wyllm 
Heyns 

for his lands 

16d 


Aston in the walls 
John 
Buttlor 

for his lands 

88d 


Sulgrave 
Mr 
Stutisbury 

for his lands 

34d 

Sulgrave 
Ric' 
Ardeyn 

for his goods 

34d 

Sulgrave 
Thomas 
Humfrey 

for his lands 

16d 

Sulgrave 
Wyllm 
(Potiles) 

for his lands 

8d 

Sulgrave 
Wyllm 
Bateman 

for his lands 

8d 


Greatworth 
Robart 
Pargiter 

for his lands 

68d 
He was a high collector. See memo' in Introduction. 

Edgcote 
Willm 
Chaunce 

for his goods 

10s 


Eydon 
Hughe 
Wakelyn 

for his lands 

20d 








Sum 40s 4d 



The hundred of Towcester 








Towcester 
Thomas 
Poynor 

for his goods 

34d 

Towcester 
Ric' 
Maryat 

for his goods 

34d 

Towcester 
Elyzabeth 
Glasenbery 

for her lands 

8d 

Towcester 
Alice 
Davy 

for her lands 

2s 

Towcester 
John 
Hatt 

for his goods 

(28d) 

Towcester 
Nicolas 
Ketle 

for his lands 

__ 


Abthorpe 
Edmunde 
Tyrygnhill 
gent 
for his lands 

6s 

Abthorpe 
Willm 
Sheperd 

for his lands 

12d 

Abthorpe 
Thomas 
(Beybe) 

for his lands 

8d 


Pattishall 
Ambrose 
Clarke 

for his lands 

34d 

Pattishall 
Harry 
Folwell 

for his goods 

68d 


Gayton 
Frauncis 
Tanfeylde 
esquire 
for his lands 

40s 


Cold Higham & Grimscote 
(Ryc) 
Bramson 

for his lands 

2s 

Cold Higham & Grimscote 
John 
(Pynckard) 

for his lands 


Sum £310s4d 








Sum of all the (lay fee) £19018d 

The names of all the men of the clergy chargeable to the said contribution within the said hundreds. 







Hundred of Sutton 







Thenford 
Thomas 
(Neyll) 

parson of (Fenford) for his benefice of the value of 10 l 

3s 

Middleton Cheney 
Humfrey 
______ 

parson of Middleton Cheney for his benefice of the value of £31 

94d 

Thorpe Mandeville 
Thomas 
______ 

parson of Thorpe (Maunfeyld) for his benefice of the value of 10 l 

3s 

Marston St Lawrence 
Wyllm 
______ 

parson of (laurence mars') for his benefice of the value of 20 l 

6s 
This place name is rather speculative 
Farthinghoe 
Edmunde 
(Lyne) 

parson of (Farthynghoe) for his benefice of the value of (17 l) 

4s 

Newbottle 
Edward 
Medley 

vicar of Nobottle for his benefice of the value of 10 l 

3s 

Syresham 
Thomas 
Tod 

parson of Syresham for his benefice of the value of 13 l 

38d 

Croughton? 
[blank] 


parson of (Croton) for his benefice of the value of 15 l 

44d 

Brackley 
[blank] 


vicar of Brakley for the benefice of the value of 20 l 

6s 

Whitfield 
Thomas 
(Seyston) 

parson of Whytfeyld for his benefice of the value of 8 l & his pension of 30 l 

114d 

Hinton in the Hedges 
Robart 
___son 

parson of Hynton for his benefice of the value of 10 l 

3s 

Daventry 
Steven 
____ 

parson of Daventre for his benefice of the value of ___ 

74d 

Helmdon? 
Wyllm 
____ 

(parson of Helmedon ____ 

84d 








About 3 entries lost here due to membrane damage. 

Hundred of (Greens Norton) 







Greens Norton 



parson of Norton for his benefice of the value of (£38) 

(114d) 

Bradden 
Robart 
(Burton) 

parson of Bradden for his benefice of the value of 14 l 

4s 


Hundred of Wardon 







Boddington? 
Willm 
Marshall 

parson of (Boddyngton) for his benefice of the value of (20 l) 

? 

? 
John 
___ght 

parson of _____ £28 

8s__ 

Chipping Wardon? 



the parson of _____don for his benefice to the value of ____ 



Sulgrave 



the vicar of Sulgrave for his benefice of the value of ___ 




The hundred of Towcester 







Cold Higham 
Wyllm 
(Marche) 

parson of Cold Hygham for his benefice of the value of 10 l 

3s 

Towcester 
Doctor 
Tresham 

parson of Tossetour for his benefice of the value of £44 

34d 

Gayton 
(John) 
(Mill) 

parson of Gayton for his benefice of the value of 11 l 

34d 








Sum (£198d) 







Some further notation follows, cannot decipher. 




The town of Northampton 







Northampton 
Laurance 
Wasshyngton 

for his lands 
20 l 
68d 

Northampton 
Willm 
Walgar 

for his goods 
40 l 
68d 

Northampton 
Henrye 
Nele 

for his goods 
67 l 
(122d) 

Northampton 
John 
Horpolle 

for his goods 
16 l 
28d 

Northampton 
Laurance 
___ey 

for his goods 
? 
134d 

Northampton 
John 
(Molle) 

for his lands 
30 l 
10s 

Northampton 
Nicholas 
Rands 

for his lands 
25 l 
84d 

Northampton 
(Fraunces) 
Rysse 
widow 
for her goods 
? 
26d 

Northampton 






About 20 names are indecipherable here. 


Northampton 
Thomas 
Whight 

for his goods 
18 l 
3s 

Northampton 
Thomas 
(Holt) 

for his goods 
20 l 
34d 
Could be Bott or Bolt. 
Northampton 
Rafe 
Chr__hell 

for his goods 
15 l 
26d 

Northampton 
Richerd 
Wh___ 

for his goods 
15 l 
26d 

Northampton 
Willm 
Tayler 

for his goods 
16 l 
28d 

Northampton 
Robt 
Rawson 

for his goods 
16 l 
28d 

Northampton 
Willm 
Becke 

for his goods 
16 l 
28d 

Northampton 
Agnes 
Chirsay 
widow 
for her lands 
30 l 
10s 

Northampton 
Anne 
Harryngton 
widow 
for her lands 
60s 
12d 
See memo' in Introduction. 
Northampton 
Willm 
Cosens 

for his lands 
40s 
8d 

Northampton 
Joan 
Ives 
widow 
for her goods 
16 l 
28d 

Northampton 
Rafe 
Freman 

for his goods 
20 l 
34d 

Northampton 
John 
Johnson 

for his goods 
20 l 
34d 

Northampton 
Hughe 
Stawarde 

for his goods 
20 l 
34d 

Northampton 
Willm 
Morgan 

for his goods 
15 l 
26d 

Northampton 
John 
Baylye 

for his goods 
26 l 
44d 

Northampton 
Thomas 
Coller 

for his goods 
24 l 
4s 

Northampton 
Willm 
Carvell 

for his goods 
20 l 
34d 

Northampton 
Fraunces 
Samwell 

for his lands 
18 l 
6s 

Northampton 
John 
Longe 

for his goods 
16 l 
28d 

Northampton 
John 
Saunders 

for his goods 
15 l 
26d 

Northampton 
John 
Farmer 

for his lands 
40 l 
134d 

Northampton 
Willm 
Bugbye 

for his goods 
25 l 
42d 

Northampton 
Fraunces 
Morgan 
gent 
for his lands & fees 
26 l 
88d 

Northampton 
Ambrose 
Walker 

for his lands 
7 l 
24d 

Northampton 
Edmonde 
Kaysho 

for his lands 
16 l 
54d 

Northampton 
[blank] 
Waren 

for her lands 
60s 
12d 
This entry is crossed out. 



The hundred of Spelhoe 








Boughton 
Richerd 
Humfrey 
gent 
for his lands 
20 l 
68d 

Boughton 
Henrye 
Tanner 

for his fees 
40s 
8d 

Boughton 
Thomas 
Wells 

for his lands 
60s 
12d 

Boughton 
Thomas 
Brayles 

for his annuity 
100s 
20d 
Sum 10s 

Great Billing 
Richard 
Fyssher 

for his goods 
16 l 
28d 
Sum 28d 

Overstone 
Bawdewyn 
Wylloughbye 
gent 
for his lands 
26 l 
88d 

Overstone 
John 
Mannynge 

for his goods 
40 l 
68d 
Sum 154d 

Little Billing 
George 
Fyssher 

for his goods 
20 l 
34d 
Sum 34d 

Abington 
John 
Barnard 
esquire 
for his lands 
120 l 
40s 

Abington 
Robt 
Smythe 

for his goods 
18 l 
3s 
Sum 43s 

Weston Favell 
John 
Whryght 

for his goods 
18 l 
3s 
Sum 3s 

Kingsthorpe 
Nicholas 
Williamson 
gent 
for his lands & fees 
9 l 
3s 

Kingsthorpe 
Thomas 
Latham 

for his lands 
40s 
8d 

Kingsthorpe 







Kingsthorpe 
John 
Bell 

for his goods 
16 l 
28d 
poss Bett 
Kingsthorpe 
Henrye 
Ragdale 

for his goods 
20 l 
34d 

Kingsthorpe 
Robt 
Dykonson 

for there lands 
60s 
12d 
Of Robert Dykonson & his mother for there lands' 


The Sp(irit)ualtye within the hundred of Spelhoe aforesaid. 








Spratton 
Hughe 
Wytter 
clerke 
for his vicarage there 
15 l 
5s 


Boughton 
Hughe 
Edmonds 
clerk 
for his parsonage there 
20 l 
68d 


Pitsford 
Thomas 
Saxbye 
clerke 
for his parsonage there 
17 l 
58d 


Weston Favell 



of the parson there for his parsonage 
16 l 
54d 


Abington 
William 
Muscot 
clerke 
for his parsonage 
20 l 
68d 


Little Billing 
Willm 
Hurte 
clerke 
for his parsonage 
10 l 
34d 


Overstone 



of the parson for his parsonage there 
12 l 
34d 


Great Billing 



of the parson for his parsonage there 
19 l 
68d 


Moulton 



of the vicar for his vicarage there 
14 l 
38d 








Sum of the hundred of Spelhoe £615s8d 


The hundred of Wymersley 








Courteenhall 
John 
Clarke 

for his goods 
16 l 
28d 

Courteenhall 
Henry 
Maxe 

for his lands 
12 l 
4s 

Courteenhall 
Willm 
Ree 
clerke 
for his parsonage there 
12 l 
4s 


Yardley Hastings 
Thomas 
Thorne 

for his lands & fees 
13 l 
44d 

Yardley Hastings 
Thomas 
Wraye 

for his fees 
60s 
12d 

Yardley Hastings 
Peter 
Brother 

for his lands 
15 l 
5s 

Yardley Hastings 
Robert 
Thornton 

for his fees 
60s 
12d 

Yardley Hastings 
Frauncis 
Warren 

for his lands 
60s 
12d 

Yardley Hastings 



of the parson of Yardeley & Deventon for his parsonage 
13 l 
44d 


Collingtree 
Antonye 
Wode 
gent 
for his lands 
10 l 
3s4d 

Collingtree 
John 
Caswell 
clerke 
for his parsonage there 
16 l 
5s4d 


Castle Ashby 
John 
Baker 
clerk 
for his parsonage there 
17 l 
58d 

Castle Ashby 
John 
Hull 

for his goods 
20 l 
34d 


Quinton 
John 
Chauntrell 
clerk 
for his parsonage there 
11 l 
38d 

Quinton 
John 
Marryot 

for his goods 
16 l 
28d 

Quinton 
Audrye 
Dyve 
widow 
for her lands 
13 l 
44d 


Whiston 
Antonye 
Catesbye 
esquire 
for his lands 
100 l 
334d 

Whiston 
Thomas 
Catesbye 
gent 
for his lands 
30 l 
10s 

Whiston 
Fraunces 
Catesbye 
gent 
for his lands 
10 l 
34d 

Whiston 
Richard 
Warryner 
clerke 
for his parsonage there 
14 l 
48d 


Preston Deanery 
John 
Hartew__ 
esquire 
for his lands 
26 l 
88d 
Minor damage has oblitered part of the surname. Hartewell would fit. 

Rothersthorpe 
Isabell 
Browne 
widow 
for her lands 
40 l 
134d 


Grendon 
Clement 
Alyn 

for his lands 
100s 
20d 

Grendon 
Thomas 
Petydd 

for his lands 
40 l 
8d 


Blisworth 
Nicholas 
Andrewes 

for his goods 
16 l 
28d 

Blisworth 



of the parson for the parsonage of Blyssworth 
20 l 
68d 

Blisworth 



of the chauntrey priest for his chauntry 
12 l 
4s 



Hardingstone 
John 
Norrys 
clerke 
for his parsonage there 
13 l 
44d 


Wootton 
Robert 
Curtys 
clerke 
for his parsonage there 
21 l 
7s 

Wootton 
Walter 
Lacke 

for his goods 
16 l 
28d 


Great Houghton 
Thomas 
Norwode 
gent 
for his lands 
20 l 
28d 


Milton Malsor 
Thomas 
Spencer 

for his lands 
40s 
8d 

Milton Malsor 
Willm 
Leke 

for his lands 
40s 
8d 


Denton 
John 
Symonds 

for his lands 
100s 
20d 


Cogenhoe 



of the parson his his parsonage 
17 l 
58d 


Far Cotton 
Willym 
Robyns 

for his goods 
30 l 
5s 
Cotton juxta North' 








Sum of the hundred of Wymersley £95s8d. 


The hundred of Cleyley 








Yardley Gobion 
William 
Smythe 
at Kent 
for his lands & fees 
9 l 
3s 

Yardley Gobion 
John 
Boughton 

for his goods 
18 l 
3s 


Roade 
William 
Heynes 

for his goods 
15 l 
26d 
poss Heyver 

Grafton Regis 
John 
Kyrbe 
the elder 
for his goods 
18 l 
3s 


Easton Neston & Hulcote 
Thomas 
Miller 

for his goods 
20 l 
34d 

Easton Neston & Hulcote 
Richard 
West 

for his goods 
30 l 
5s 

Easton Neston & Hulcote 
William 
Barby 

for his lands 
4 l 
16d 


Cosgrove 
Cutbert 
Emerson 

for his goods 
16 l 
28d 

Cosgrove 
Henrye 
Revers 

for his goods 
18 l 
3s 

Cosgrove 



of the parson for his parsonage of Cosgrave 
14 l 
48d 
This entry is crossed out. Margin note '___ by certif.' See memo' in Introduction. 


Furtho 
Thomas 
Furtho 

for his lands 
20 l 
68d 


Paulerspury 
Richard 
Okeley 

for his lands & fees 
6 l 
2s 

Paulerspury 



of the parson for his parsonage 
24 l 
8s 


Potterspury 
Henry 
Addyngton 

for his lands & fees 
11 l 
38d 

Potterspury 
Robert 
Pakyngton 

at Rockyngham for his goods 
16 l 
28d 


Heathencote 
Robert 
Downesall 

for his lands and fees 
100s 
20d 
Place name appears to be 'Happyncote' 
Heathencote 
George 
Ingresby 

for his lands 
7 l 
24d 


Wappenham 
John 
Fowks 

for his goods 
30 l 
5s 

Wappenham 
Roger 
Paumer 

for his lands 
40s 
8d 

Wappenham 



of the parson for his parsonage 
20 l 
68d 


Alderton 
John 
Campbell 

for his lands 
60s 
12d 

Alderton 



of the parson there for his parsonage 
12 l 
4s 


Wicken 
Edwarde 
Gifford 

for his lands 
12 l 
4s 

Wicken 
Thomas 
Whitmell 

for his goods 
18 l 
3s 

Wicken 
Hugh 
Lamborne 

for his goods 
20 l 
34d 

Wicken 
Thomas 
Seman 

for his lands 
4 l 
16d 


Stoke Bruerne 
Richard 
Butler 

for his fees 
40 s 
8d 

Stoke Bruerne 



of the parson there for his parsonage 
30 l 
10s 
This entry is crossed out. A note underneath seems to refer to the parish of Fawsley. 


Ashton 



of the parson for his parsonage there 
10 l 
34d 
"Asshen" 

Hartwell 
Richerd 
Wake 
esquire 
for his lands 
133 l 
444d 









Sum of the hundred of Cleyley (£7_____) 







Sum total of all the gross sums above written £3515s6d. 

Among additional notation at the bottom are signatures of; 









Francis 
Morgan 






Robert 
Chunterell 






John 
Bernard 






END 






