Institute of Historical Research
Cumberland Lay Subsidy: Fifteenth and tenth, 6 Edw. III
J. P. Steel (editor)
'Cumberland Lay Subsidy: Liberty of Penrith', Cumberland Lay Subsidy: Fifteenth and tenth, 6 Edw. III (1912), pp. 67-71. URL: http://british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=48227 Date accessed: 02 August 2014.
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Liberty of Penereth.
Carlton Juxta Penereth.
Taxation of moveable goods of the aforesaid Tax Collectors made
by the Treasurer and the Barons of the Exchequer on the 5 day of
February in the 8th year of King Edward the 3rd from the Conquest.
The Taxors are charged at the end of the account, to wit Robert
de Barton at ½ mark and Clement de Skelton at ½ mark.
Master Robert de Ayleston the Treasurer received these Rolls
from the hand of Clement de Skelton one of the Taxors and
Collectors of a fifteenth and tenth lately granted by the laity in
County Cumberland in the 6th year of the reign of King Edward
the third from the Conquest.
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