Subsidy, June 1628

National Archives, E179/80/286

The Subsidy was the main form of parliamentary taxation, and was paid by the wealthiest on the basis of the annual value of their land if it was £1 or more, or on goods worth £3. Recusants, i.e. Catholics, paid a higher rate. The Subsidy recorded here was part of five Subsidies voted to Charles I in June 1628, and was a double one, i.e. 8s in the pound instead of 4s. Payment was supposed to be made by 10 July. The first figure is the assessment and the second is what they actually had to pay. The original, which covers all the Cottesloe Hundreds, uses Roman numerals. After collecting this Subsidy, Charles I ruled without Parliament until 1640. See also Subsidy 1625.

Winslow cum Shipton
Edward Atk[....][?] land 40s 16s
John Paxton land 40s 16s
Willm Winnell[?] land 20s 8s
Nicholas Spooner land 30s 12s
Robert Benbowe land 20s 8s
Hugh Seaton land 20s 8s
Walter Graunt land 20s 8s
Thomas Hogson land 20s 8s
George Elliott land 20s 8s
John Miller land 20s 8s
Thomas Miller land 20s 8s
Robert Burte land 20s 8s
Peter Jackson land 20s 8s
Peter Fyge gent land 40s 16s
Willm Edmonds gent land 30s 12s
Willm Lownes land 50s £1
John Shelton land 20s 8s
Willm Glenester land 30s 12s
Richard Snowe land 30s 12s
Thomas Stevens land 20s 8s
Total
£10 12s
Little Horwood
Recusants
convict'
Oliver Styles gent Recusant convict' land £5 £4
Mary Styles by poll 1s 4d
Agnes Brightwell wife of Anthony Brightwell by poll 1s 4d
John Grange land £5 £2
Thomas Illing land 30s 12s
Richard Cooper land 40s 16s
George Williatt goods £3 16s
Henry Curtis land 30s 12s
Total
£8 18s 8d