Hearth Tax: Middlesex 1666
St Martin in the Fields : Neathouses


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'Hearth Tax: Middlesex 1666: St Martin in the Fields : Neathouses', London Hearth Tax: City of London and Middlesex, 1666 (2011). URL: http://british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=119109 Date accessed: 27 November 2014.


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The Neathouses

Title Forename Surname Total Hearths Listing Status Notes
Edw: Boyden 5 s
John Davis 1 b
Tho: Farr 2 b
Widdow Sherling 2 b poore & noe distress
John Melladay 2 b
Mr. Wyan 12 s
Mr. Stalling 7 s
Wm: Peere 6 s
Tho: Phillips 2 b
Widd Hall 6 b & 5 other poore being devided./
Widd Lovell 3 b could have noe distress being poore
Widd Argott 2 b
Phillip Luke 4 b
Rich: Wyatt 3 s
John Bayre 5 s
Geo: Croxford 3 s
Mr. Curtis 2 s
0 s
Wm: Tule 3 s
John Draper 2 s
John Hall 1 b noe distress being poore./
Henry Goss 1 b
John Weston 6 s
Josiahe Ofeild 4 s
Robt Eavhan 3 s noe distress
Widdow Ofeild 8 s
James Findall 2 b poore noe distres
John Clarke 2 b
Sam Owres 3 s empty
Allexandr 11 s
Geo: Skerman 0 j
Tho: Mason 1 j a house devided to poore people noe distress
Mr: Charrett 0 j
John Bayly 6 s empty
Tho: Hatton 4 b
Tho: Key 4 b noe distress
Wm: Apsey 2 b
Widdow Hallkins 3 b
Hugh Gamling 9 s Mr B. recd/
John Parker 6 s