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Hearth Tax, Lady Day 1672 :: Timble cum Fewston

The tax was collected twice a year from the year 1662, on Lady Day, March 25 (the official start of the New Year until 1752) and on Michaelmas, September 29th. The tax was 2 shillings on each hearth in a household, but those who were too poor to pay were exempt. It was a very unpopular method of taxation and was abolished in 1688.

Timble cum Fewston

Taxpayer
Hearths
Notes
Taxpayer
Hearths
Notes
Thomas Holmes 1 .
William Cooke 1  
John Pullen 2  
Steven Cass 1  
John Jeffrey 1 senior
John Jeffrey 1 junior
John Yates 1  
Anthony Pullan 2  
Richard Snell 1  
John Lambert 1  
Widdow Snell 1  
Jerem. Snell 1  
John Wood 1  
John Ward 1  
Robert Wilson 1  
John Harrision 1  
Saniel Woodhead 1  
Widdow Claydon 1  
Thomas Roberts 1  
John Foster 1  
Thomas Dunill 1  
Thomas Richardson 2  
Widdow Watson 1  
John Gamlin 1  
John Richmond 1  
William Stockdale 1  
George Spencer 1  
Robert Whitacre 1  
John Simson 1  
Samuel Saxton 1  
Robert Jackson 1  
Thomas Morehouse 1  
Robert or Thomas Umpleby 1  
John Bramley 1  
John Beercroft 1  
Robert Irish 2 junior
Richard Beercroft 2  
Mr William Barber 1  
William Gill 5  
Robert Smith 1  
Widdow Hamsley 1  
William Simpson 1  
William Iles 1  
Francis Croft 1  
John Harber 3  
George Coates 2  
Samuel linley 2  
Mr Richard Williamson 6  
John Williamson 2  
Robert England 2  
Widdow Thackray 1  
George Lister 1  
Thomas Oddy 3  
Richard Metcalfe 2  
Steven Hardisty 1  
Henry Jason 1  
Francis Hardisty 2  
Widdow Bainster 1  
Henry Simpson 1  
Richard Oddy 2  
Thomas Sugden 1  
Francis Watson 1  
John Ward 1  
John Roundell 1  
Henry Halton 1  
George Brigg 1  
William Thackray 2  
Brian Saxton 1  
William Hardisty 1 senior
William Hardisty 1 junior
John Hobson 1  
Thomas Stead 2  
George Stead 2  
William Hawkesworth 1  
Thomas Roulstone 3  
John Iles 1  
John Cowburne 1 empty no distress
omitted for poverty 3. Robert Husband, collector: Thomas Ward constable