2 edition of Yorkshire lay subsidy found in the catalog.
Yorkshire lay subsidy
Yorkshire Archaeological Society.
|Statement||edited by William Brown.|
|Series||Yorkshire Archaeological Society record series -- v.21|
|Contributions||Brown, William, 1854-1924.|
(3) Yorkshire Lay Subsidy – (document E //2, The National Archives, Kew, Surrey) (4) Testamentary Records in the Commissary Court of London – Probate and Administration Act Books Vol. 2, (document Ms /2, Guildhall Library, London). Worcester P. J. Eld, ed. Lay Subsidy for the County of Worcester 1 Edward III. Worcestershire Historical Society 9, Yorkshire William Brown, ed. Yorkshire Lay Subsidy 25 Edward I (). Leeds: YA Yorkshire William Brown, ed. Yorkshire Lay Subsidy 30 Edward I. Leeds: YA
lay subsidies hotly dispute.9 The few lists of movables we have in the local subsidy returns10 suffice to demonstrate that not all movable goods were in fact 5 Willard, Assessment . 2), p. 6 Cf. J.F. Hadwin, The Medieval Lay Subsidies and Economic History, in: Economic History Review, 2nd Series, 36, , pp. , p. and. 7 EJ. Excerpt from Lay Subsidy Roll For The County Of Worcester, Circ. Edited For The Worcestershire Historical Society The total given in the Roll as the amount of the subsidy is 89 Id.; whether this was a tenth or fifteenth, or what other figure, is not known.
Yorkshire Archaeological and Topographical Journal. Volume 5 of the Yorkshire Archaeological and Topographical Journal was published in Contents. Rolls of the Collectors in the West-Riding of the Lay-Subsidy (Poll Tax) 2 Richard II., Apentake of Strafforth. Yorkshire Lay Subsidy 1/9 in 25 Edward I () No Ismay References. Notes on the Religious Secular houses of Yorkshire. Part I. No Ismay References. Yorkshire Royalist Composition Papers. Vol II. No Ismay References. Wills in York Registry - No Ismay References. Yorkshire Royalist Composition Papers.
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21 rows Yorkshire Lay Subsidy 30 Ed. I () Edited by William Brown. A fifteenth granted by Edward I at the Parliament held at Lincoln in spring It covers the North Riding, one wapentake of Yorkshire lay subsidy book East Riding, and the liberties of St Mary's and St Peter's in York.
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Lowest price and Replacement Guarantee. Cash On Delivery Available. This book contains the Lay Subsidy returns for which survive. It includes almost all of the North Riding, City of York, partial returns for Allertonshire and the Liberties of St. Mary's and St. Peter's York, only the wapentake between the Ouse and the Derwent.
Surviving early Tudor assessments and lay subsidy returns for the West Riding wapentakes of Staincliffe and Ewcross, broadly the area of the Yorkshire Dales.
The material sheds new light on the resistance to taxation in this area at the time, and the subterfuges to which subsidy commissioners were driven in making their returns to the Exchequer.
This is the collections page of The Yorkshire Archaeological & Historical Society, until recently known as the Yorkshire Archaeological Society. Yorkshire lay subsidy, being a ninth collected in 25 Edward I, by William Brown (ed) texts. eye 74 The First Order Book of the Hull Trinity House - by F.
Brooks (ed. John A. Vincent Lancashire Lay Subsidies, being an Examination of the Lay Subsidy Rolls Remaining in the Public Record Office London from Henry III. to Charles II. Volume 1. Henry III. to Edward I. () () (Google Books [ Hints and tips ]) Lancashire and Cheshire Record Society, volume  Brown, William, ed.
orkshirYe lay subsidy, eingb a fteenth, olclected 30 Edward I (), Record Series XXI for (Yorkshire Archæological Societ,y ). 17File Size: KB. Yorkshire, England: Classification: Land Tax / Lay Subsidy Land tax was a tax payable annually by virtue of ownership of land, abolished in Britain in Lay Subsidy was a tax on movable property.
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() - - pages The Old Coaching Days In Yorkshire - - pages /5(3). Yorkshire Lay Subsidy. Being A Ninth Collected In 25 Edward I.() - - pages Yorkshire Lay Subsidy. Being A Fifteenth, Collected 30 Edward I. () - - pages The Old Coaching Days In Yorkshire - - pages /5(20). Although not a direct measure of population, the lay subsidy rolls of can be used as a measure of both a settlement's size and stature and the table gives the 30 largest towns and cities in England according to that report.
The lay subsidy, an early form of poll tax, however, omitted a sizeable proportion of the population. Yorkshire Lay Subsidy; Being a Ninth, Collected in 25 Edward I.
().: Great Britain Exchequer: Books - or: Great Britain Exchequer. Vincent's Lancashire Lay Subsidies, pp. –6, where is printed a copy of the royal confirmation, copied from Tower Miscellaneous Rolls,m.
The perambulation of the Yorkshire forests occurs on m. The Great Charter. Introduction, p. lxxiv., quoted by Vincent, p. Parliamentary Writs, i. "Pecunie quam festinanter.
Genre/Form: Lists: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Great Britain. Exchequer. Yorkshire lay subsidy. [London] The Society, (OCoLC) Yorkshire Lay Subsidy Being a Fifteenth collected 30 Edward I () Edited by William Brown, B.A.
Published in This book contains the Lay Subsidy returns for which survive. It includes almost all of the North Riding, City of York, partial returns for Allertonshire and the Liberties of St.
Mary's and St. Peter's York, only the. ‘Yorkshire Lay Subsidy being a Fifteenth Collected by 30 Edward 1 ()’, Yorkshire Archaological Society Record Series, Vol XXI, 7 J.A. Raftis and M.
Hogan. ‘Early Huntingdonshire Lay Subsidy Rolls’, Pontifical Institute of Mediaeval Studies, Toronto. 1 Robertus le Cotelere: was taxed in Sheffield; Yorkshire Lay Subsidy 25 Edwardi I, ed. W. Brown, Yorkshire Archaeological Society Record Series, XVI (), 2 Historical Manuscripts Commission, A Calendar of the Shrewsbury and Talbot Papers, II (), Yorkshire Lay Subsidy: Being a Ninth, Collected in 25 Edward I.
(). Paperback – Oct 19 by Great Britain Exchequer (Author)Author: Great Britain Exchequer.Thorngumbald is a village and civil parish in the East Riding of Yorkshire, England, in an area known as Holderness, 8 miles (13 km) east of Hull on the AThe civil parish is formed by the village and the hamlets of Camerton and the census, it had a population of 3, an increase on the UK census figure of 3,OS grid reference: TA