Bourne Archive: Aveland Tax: Hanthorpe

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Land Tax Assessment of Landholders in Hanthorpe, Aveland, 1817.


All manuscript.

Recto:

Lincoln

Kesteven

Aveland

Parish of Harmthorpe }

To Wit. An assessment made in pursuance of An Act passed in the 38th Year of his Majesty’s Reign for granting an aid to his Majesty by a Land Tax to be raised in Great Britain for the Service of the Year, 1798, and made perpetude by another Act passed in the 38th Year of his present Majesty and also in pursuance of another Act passed in the 56th Year of his said Majesty’s Reign for continuing and granting to his Majesty a Duty on Pensions Offices and Personal Estates at the Rate of four shillings in the Pound. From the 25 Day of March 1817 to the 25 Day of March 1818. John Warren Assessor.

Names of Proprietors

Names of Occupiers

Sums Assessed

& Exonerated

Yearly Payment

 

 

£   s   d

£   s   d

Charles J. Packe Esqr.

Himself

6 ‘’ 0 ‘’ 0

1 ‘’ 4 ‘’ 0

George Parker Esqr.

John Lambert

14 ‘’ 5 ‘’ 0

2 ‘’ 17 ‘’ 0

Revd. Mr. Myers

John Warren

23 ‘’ 0 ‘’ 0

4 ‘’ 12 ‘’ 0

John Lambert (whymark?)

Himself

2 ‘’ 0 ‘’ 0

0 ‘’ 8 ‘’ 0

John Freeman

Himself

- ‘’ 13 ‘’ 4

- ‘’ 2 ‘’ 8

Edw. Bullock

Wm. Fisher

1 ‘’ 0 ‘’ 0

- ‘’ 4 ‘’ 0

Mrs. Rogers

Charles Rogers

3 ‘’ 13 ‘’ 4

- ‘’ 14 ‘’ 8

Geo Parker Esqr.

Charles Rogers

2 ‘’ 0 ‘’ 0

- ‘’ 8 ‘’ 0

Lord Bishop of Lincoln

Edwd. Arden

11 ‘’ 13 ‘’ 9

2 ‘’ 6 ‘’ 9

Capn. Baker

Wm. Freeman

10 ‘’ 13 ‘’ 4

2 ‘’ 2 ‘’ 8

14 ‘’ 19 ‘’9

15 ‘’ 0 ‘’ 4

30 ‘’ 0 ‘’1

 

 

 

 

 

 

8th. May 1817—Seen and allowed by Us

£

Bernd. Cracroft

 

 

 

Samuel Hopkinson

 

 

 

Wm. Waters

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Sir Gilbert Heathcote

C.J.Packe Esqr.

24 ‘’ 6 ‘’ 8

4 ‘’ 17 ‘’ 4

Do.,, — ,, — ,,

Whitfield

- - ‘’ 13 ‘’ 4

- ‘’ 2 ‘’ 8

Do.,, — ,, — ,,

Richd. Raine

- ‘’ 13 ‘’ 4

- ‘’ 2 ‘’ 8

Musson & Halford

Wm. Holmes

10 ‘’ 0 ‘’ 0

2 ‘’ 0 ‘’ 0

John Faulkner

Himself

1 ‘’ 0 ‘’ 0

- ‘’ 4 ‘’ 0

Fredc. March

Himself

2 ‘’ 11 ‘’ 8

- ‘’ 10 ‘’ 4

Revd. Mr. Caparn

Jno. Christian

13 ‘’ 0 ‘’ 0

2 ‘’ 12 ‘’ 0

Lambert

Wm. Miller

- ‘’ 13 ‘’ 4

- ‘’ 2 ‘’ 8

John Cole

Himself

1 ‘’ 7 ‘’ 1

- ‘’ 5 ‘’ 5

Wm.  Hewitt

Himself

1 ‘’ 0 ‘’ 0

- ‘’ 4 ‘’ 0

Jamont [Samuel?] Smith

Himself

- ‘’ 13 ‘’ 4

- ‘’ 2 ‘’ 8

Dawkins

Mrs. Watson

3 ‘’ 13 ‘’ 4

- ‘’ 14 ‘’ 8

Mrs. Watson

Herself

1 ‘’ 0 ‘’ 0

- ‘’ 4 ‘’ 0

Mrs. Whitfield

Herself

1 ‘’ 0 ‘’ 0

- ‘’ 4 ‘’ 0

Mr. Emlin

Smith

1 ‘’ 0 ‘’ 0

- ‘’ 4 ‘’ 0

John Grummitt

Himself

3 ‘’ 13 ‘’ 4

- ‘’ 14 ‘’ 8

Musson’s

Mr.Auden

4 ‘’ 16 ‘’ 3

- ‘’ 19 ‘’ 3

Mrs. Harper

Wm. Grummitt

- ‘’ 13 ‘’ 4

- ‘’ 2 ‘’ 8

Edward Franks

Himself

- ‘’ 13 ‘’ 4

- ‘’ 2 ‘’ 8

John Lloyd

Himself

1 ‘’ 0 ‘’ 0

- ‘’ 4 ‘’ 0

Wm.  Holmes

Himself

1 ‘’ 0 ‘’ 0

- ‘’ 4 ‘’ 0

Mr. Inkley

Jno. Welby

- ‘’ 13 ‘’ 4

- ‘’ 2 ‘’ 8

£

15 ‘’ 0 ‘’ 4

 

Verso:

Harmthorpe

 Land Tax Assessment 1817 —


In the manuscript, the second part of the table lies alongside the first and to its right.

Hanthorpe now lies in the civil parish of Morton and Hanthorpe. Until recent years, the parish was known as Morton by Bourne. Domesday Book calls Hanthorpe Hermodestorp (Morris 31) and Harmthorpe is quite normal for the 19th century.


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