The area covers the following Offices with delivery staff:


Slough George Green
Beaconsfield Gerrards Cross
Chalfont St Giles Hedgerley
Chalfont St Peter Horton
Colnbrook Langley
Farnham Common Seer Green
Farnham Royal Stoke Poges
Fulmer Wexham

The chapel was first built in 1847 with the present church building being built in 1886.
The Sunday School room was rebuilt in 1907.

There are many ways to date an old photograph including identifying the photographer who took the picture and finding out when they were trading. This section lists Victorian and Edwardian photographers in Buckinghamshire including portrait and landscape photographers. The approximate dates for each photographer are given based on entries in directories, newspapers and other sources. The photographers may have been in business before or after the dates given.

This article has been updated to include information from Kelly's Directories 1924 to 1939

This page documents postcard publishers in Buckinghamshire. There are many cards with no indication of who produced them. It appears anybody could produce postcards in their name.

If you have details that can be added to the list, please email the web site administrator.

This page documents postcard publishers in Buckinghamshire. The list is split into two parts, firstly publishers in Bucks and secondly those outside Bucks (mainly national publishers which have produced local postcards).

Thank you to Tony Alcock for sending us this picture of Slapton School pupils of 1907. Is one of your ancestors here? Can you recognise them from other photos you have? If so let us know. Click on photo to see enlargement

From the Buckinghamshire Dissent and Parish Life and Radclive Parish Registers.


Here are some statistics that apply to the whole county.

SIXTY YEARS AGO
No 47
From the Aylesbury News June 30 th 1888
A Girl, forced by her parents into a disagreable match with an old man, whom she detested, when the clergyman came to the part of the service where the bride is asked if she consents to take the bridegroom for her husband, said with great simplicity, “Oh, dear no, Sir; but you are the first person who has asked my opinion upon the affair”
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On Sunday evening a constable of Chesham entered a public house and offered to fight any man there. The amicable challenge was accepted, and the peace-officer, after receiving a right good thrashing, was compelled to acknowledge himself beaten, and was led home about midnight by two of his friends. The constable was on this occasion presented with so remarkable a pair of barnacles that he does not care to make his appearance among his neighbours. What are the local authorities about that they do not interfere in this matter, and at once punish and displace this sworn officer of the peace? If a churchrate warrant wanted signing, there would be no lack of parson-magistrates to perform this Christian act!
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During the night of Sunday week, one hundred young trees, the property of Mr Thomas Cross, were destroyed in a plantation in the parish of Haddenham and several gates on that gentleman’s estate have been thrown off their hinges. A reward has been offered for the detection of the offenders.
No 48
From the Aylesbury News July 7 th 1838
An Odd Mistake – A letter, addressed by our gracious young Queen to a lady of distinction in Ireland , and in her own hand writing, a short time back, was charged double postage, the words “The Queen” having been written on the envolope so illegibly as to bear the appearance of “Mrs. Quinn”
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How Does A Ship Resemble A Woman ? – Because man knows not the expense till he has got one; because they look best when well rigged; because their value depends on their age; because they are upright when in stays; because they bring news from abroad; because they wear caps and bonnets; because they are often abandoned; because they are often painted.
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Aylesbury Railway – The contractor for this line, Mr. J.R. Chapman, is under penalty to complete his undertaking by the 30 th of November next; and we understand that the works are now advancing with great rapidity ……….

AYLESBURY PETTY SESSIONS
Saturday – Before Mr. G. Butcher (in the chair), Mr. T. Gurney, Major Terry, and Mr. H. Wyatt.
Education Defaulter
John Baylis, Aylesbury, was summoned at the instance of Mr. J.N. Hodgkinson (school attendance officer for the Aylesbury Union) for neglecting to send his child regularly to school. The case had been adjourned from the previous week for the production of a medical certificate. Defendant was again represented by his wife, who informed the Bench that the House Surgeon at the Infirmary was willing to give them the facts of the case if applied to, but did not think a certificate necessary.
The Chairman advised the School Attendance Officer to get fuller particulars of such cases.
Mr. Hodgkinson pointed out that he had no authority for obtaining medical certificates, but that it was the parents’ duty to get them.
A nominal fine of 1s was inflicted.

Mischievous Haddenham
George Price and James Allen, of Haddenham were summoned for damaging certain mowing grass belonging to Mr. Pigott, to the value of 1s, on Sunday evening, June 19 th, a similar charge being preferred against them for damage to mowing grass to the same amount in a field belonging to Mr. Franklin.
Defendants did not appear.
Mr. Pigott deposed that the damage had been caused by defendants walking about the standing grass in his field at Scotsgrove Hill. He assesses the damage at 1s.
Alfred Ayres, gamekeeper, said that on Sunday Jun 19 th, about a quarter to six in the evening he saw Price and Allen in Mr Pigott’s field. He saw Price take his clothes off and get into the water for the purpose of cray-fishing, and Allen laid down by the side of the brook in the standing grass in order that he might not be seen. They were there about three-quarters of an hour. They afterwards went across the field through the mowing grass for about 300 yards, and afterwards got into Mr. Franklin’s field where there was also standing grass. Defendants broke down two fences in the fields. He met them at the hedge as they were coming out of Mr. Franklin’s field. He knew both of them well.
John Gale Franklin, son of Mr. Joseph Franklin, farmer, proved damage being done to his father’s mowing grass to the extent of 1s.
The Chairman said as neither of them had put in an appearance to answer the charges made against them they would be fined 10s 6d each in each case, or in default 14 days hard labour.
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1 st BUCKS RIFLE VOLUNTEERS
Inspection by Colonel Kingscote

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Bu(c)k(ingham) The Thre Hundreds fo Bu(c)k(ingham)

Paule Dayrell John Bavham & William Davy Com(m)yss(i)on(er)s for the Must(e)r ther(s) to be taken appoynted doo certyfye ther doyng in the same as apperyth followyng.

Bu(c)k(ingham) Town

[1st column]

John Wyggyns Bayly ther a harnes furnysshed w(i)t(h) bowe & arrowes & almen ryvettes a harnes

Rychard Colles & John betwe(e)n them a harnes furnysshed w(i)t(h) bow & arrowes & a Jackte etc a harnes

Henry Myller & John Aboroughe oon harnes furnysshed w(i)t(h) bow & arrowes & bregeders etc a harnes

William Hancock a harnes furnysshed w(i)t(h) a byll & a jack etc

Thomas Baxter sen a harnes furnysshed w(i)t(h) a byll & a jack etc

Richard Smyth

Crystofer Kellye

John Welche a harnes furnysshed w(i)t(h) a byll & a jack etc

Richard Whyght a harnes furnysshed w(i)t(h) a byll & a jack etc

Willyam Glowcet(er)

Crystofer Russell a harnes furnysshed w(i)t(h) a bill & almen ryvettes etc a harness

William Fyllyppes a harnes furnysshed w(i)t(h) a byll & a Jack etc

Thomas Moore a harnes furnysshed w(i)t(h) a byll & a Jack etc

Thomas Collett a harnes furnysshed w(i)t(h) a byll & a Jack etc

Thomas Cookes

Rob(er)te Gyrdeler a harnes furnysshed w(i)t(h) bow & arrowes almen ryvettes

Thomas Hodd a harnes furnysshed w(i)t(h) bow & arrowes almen ryvettes

Rob(er) te Broke boch(e)r a harnes furnysshed w(i)t(h) bow & arrowes almen ryvettes

Edward Byllyng & George Sankey a harnes furnysshed w(i)t(h) a byll & almen ryvettes

John Lambert a harnes furnysshed w(i)t(h) a byll & almen ryvettes

John Slye & Thomas Adkyns a harnes furnysshed w(i)t(h) a byll & a Jack etc

Edward Math(e)wson a harnes furnysshed w(i)t(h) a byll & almen ryvettes

Alexander Wryght gente ij harnesses furnysshed w(i)t(h) bylles & almen ryvettes

Edward Agars Thomas Yonge oon harnes furnysshed w(i)t(h) a byll

Able men w(i)t(h) byllies

Edward Myller Thomas Hayward

John Shepard Peter Payen

Richard Chamber bocher Willyam Boston

John Bull John Frankleyn

Henry North Olyver Postburn

Hugh Lucas William Marten

John Draper fuller John Thornton

John Whyght Alen Maneryng taylor

Richard Shene William Mylles

John Belyngh(a)m Thomas Smyth

Henry Moore William Strodwyk

John Myller

[2nd column]

S(er)v(a)ntts able men w(i)t(h) billes

Thomas Penne John Fyppes

John Stoorye John Olysmowthe

John Smyth

Able men & archers

John Wyggyns William Hancock

Rob(e)rte Brooke bocher George Sankey

John Parkynson Thomas Harryes shoemaker

William Peerse John Rawlyns fuller

Raufe Artylborough John Grene

Edward Jeynkyns Henry Blokley

Thomas Turnor bocher

P(re)bendend in Bu(c)k(ingham)

William Taylor a harnes furnysshed w(i)t(h) a bill & a jack etc

John Baxter a harns furnysshed w(i)t(h) a bill & a jack etc

William Bull

John Gater

Able men w(i)t(h) bylles

John Bowmere Thomas Hanpache

John Bertlett William Sympkyns

John Godwayett John Myntam

John Harkyll Thomas Denton

William Wodds William Benett

Jeffrey Robyns William Payche

Thomas Tew Thomas Man

Thomas Rayenbow Rob(er)te Tryck

John Crannford Henry Godfrey

M(emoran)d(a) th(a)t this towne w(i)t(h) Gawcotte a harnes furnysshed w(i)t(h) a byll & a jack etc

Lethyngborough

John Love ij harnes furnysshed oon w(i)t(h) bow & arrowes the other w(i)t(h) a byll bothe almen ryvettes

Hugh Jeynkyns a archer

S(er)v(a)nttes able men w(i)t(h) billes

Andrew Carter Nicholas Dutton

Andrew Spens (er) Mathew Harryes

Xpofer Sympson

Burton

[1st column]

Thomas Moore gente a harnes w(i)t(h) bow & arrowes & almen ryvettes furnysshed & a horse

Gylbert Smythe John Bayly Thomas Wyseman & Thomas Fox a harnes w(i)t(h) bow & arrowes & almen ryvettes furnysshed & a horse

Roger Brampton Richard Woddesdon William Lucas a harnes w(i)t(h) bow & arrowes & Bregend(er)s furnysshed etc

Able men w(i)t(h) billes

John Marse John Woddesdon

John Byxe Thomas Stuttesbury

Edward Kempsale William Garrett

John Wylmer John Mayhoo

Thomas Ward

This townne w(i)t(h) Tyngewyk Ratclyff cu(m) Chakmore a harnes furnesshedd w(i)t(h) bow & arrowes & almen ryvettes etc

Gawcotte

John Aston & Thom(a)s Bodyngton of Twyford a harnes w(i)t(h) bow & arrowes & a Jack furnysshed etc

Able men w(i)t(h) billes

Robert Denys Richard Gale

Romwold Watkyns William Cowp(er)

William Lawrance

Westbury

Richard Verney gent a harnes w(i)t(h) a byll & almen ryvettes furnysshed etc

Thomas Newman Will(ia)m Mayne John Foxe a harnes w(i)t(h) a bill & almen ryvettes furnysshed etc

S(er)v(a)ntes able

Raufe Eton

Raufe A Lye

Able men w(i)t(h) bills

John Halle Thomas Hawkes

Nicholas Adyngton Richard Wayen

Thomas George John Bawden

Thom(a)s Rutter Henry Spenser

Baldwyn Gybbyns & Edmond Abbott of Thornton a harnes w(i)t(h) a bill & almen ryvettes furnysshed

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[1st column]

Preston cum Cowley

John Major John Wylles John Edwards a harnes w(i)t(h) bow & arrowes A Jack furnysshed

Able men & archers

Thomas Dudson

Richard Warre

Able men w(i)t(h) bylles

John Carter Henry Heryng

Rog(er) Cowp(er) Rob(er)te Heryng

Hugh Markham John Maior

Roger Macheh(a)m Edmond Wyght

Richard Toms Hugh Toms

Shaldeston

Able men w(i)t(h) bylles

John Jakeman William Drye

William Chaundeler John Wolf

Rob(er)te Geffrey John Brytten

Richard Mynne

Adstock

Edward Hykman John Tomlyns William Glenyster a harnes w(i)t(h) bow & arrowes & almen ryvettes furnysshed etc

Able men w(i)t(h) bylles

William Aydon William Newman

Thomas Godfrey William Denell [?]

Rob(er)te Clerk Henry Clerk

William Seere Peter Hewett

Henry Wodfyld Thomas Gydon

Water Illyng John Wodfyld

Twyford

Thomas Gyfford esq(ui)er iiij men in harnes w(i)t(h) ij bowes & arrowes & ij bills ev(er)ly harnes almen ryvettes furnysshed

S(er)v(a)ntes and archers able

John Howud

Richard Butler

S(er)v(a)ntes & billmen

Edward Adyngrove

Henry P(ar)soner

Able men w(i)t(h) bylles

Richard Smythe William Cooke

Richard Clerk Roger Barrett

Richard Tredway Thomas Broston [?]

Rob(er)te Harryes Richard Hugekyns

John Brokston John Peerse

Marrshe Gebon Rob(er)te Kyng John Nennton Thomas Godfrey of Adstock a harnes w(i)t(h) a byll & bregend(er)s furnysshed etc

Able men w(i)t(h) billes

John Symons Alexander Ad(a)m

Edward Reve Henry Kyrby

Richard Bowry Walter Tryplade

John Newman John Horwodd

Rob(er)te Nennton

M(emoran)d(a) that this town Agecotte & Adyngton a harnes & almen ryvettes furnysshed etc

[2nd column]

Charndon

Thomas Warner Thomas Carter with Thomas Jakeman & Rob(er)te Mooreman of Poundon a harnes w(i)t(h) a bill & almen ryvettes furnysshed etc

Able men w(i)t(h) billes

John Taylor John Scottes

John Ledbroke John Frankleyn

Thomas Crosse Thomas Shypton

Edward Parnell William Yonge

Thomas Ledbroke Henry Shipton

William Taylor

M(emoran)d(a) this town Twyford Poundon & Adstock a harnes w(i)t(h) a byll & almen ryvettes furnysshed etc

Poundon

Able men w(i)t(h) bylles

Rob(er)te Horwodd John Smyth

Thomas Wyse Heugh Hooges

John Jakeman William Howse

John Ledebroke Henry Heryng

Henry Bowry Walter Wyse

Bytlesdon

Roger Benett a peyer of Brygend(er)s & a bill

Able men & archers

Rauf Walle

Rob(er)te Ryder

S(er)v(a)nttes able men w(i)t(h) bylles

Rob(er)te Reve John Adkyns

James Parnell Thomas Penyston

John Knight Rob(er)te Ryshall

John Mowre John Robynson

Richard Adkynson

Water Stratford

Able men w(i)t(h) billes

William Thayer John Bocher

William Reve Richard Walcott

John Scott William Knyght

M(emoran)d(a) this town Turveston Shalston & Ev(er)shaw a harnes w(i)t(h) a bill & almen ryvettes

Langport

John Ingoldesby gente a harnes w(i)t(h) bow arrowes & a horse & almen ryvettes furnysshed

Able men with bylles

Richard Walcott Thomas Jeffs

John George John Hyllesdon

Edward Wodfyld Richard Hyllesden

[3rd column]

Dodford

Able men w(i)t(h) bylles

John Farthyng Roger Moryng

Lawrence Pound(e)r Richard Boycott

William Baker William Adkyns

William Carter John Harryes

Stowe

George Saund(er)s gente a harnes w(i)t(h) a bill & almen ryvettes furnysshed

Able men w(i)t(h) billes

Richard Ruffe John North

Thomas Plattes Thomas Cookes

Lawrence Wattes William Shyrt

Nycolas Williams William Howman

James Checheley Thomas Maior

Chytwodd

William Rysley gente the Kynges S(er)v(a)nt ij men in harnes w(i)t(h) bow & arrowes & almen ryvettes furnysshed etc

Richard Cowley a harnes w(i)t(h) bow & arrowes & almen ryvettes furnysshed

Able men w(i)t(h) bylles

Thomas Baker Raufe Newbolt

Thomas Byrd John Wryght

Roger Snow Richard Taylor

John Sale Edward Segeley

Thomas Shep(ar)d William Whetley

Turweston

Thomas Yate Thomas Heyres Richard Howse Ric(hard) Sakerley Nicholas Alredd a harnes w(i)t(h) a bill almen ryvettes furnysshed

Able men w(i)t(h) billes

William Gyrl John Grene

Richard Yate Henry Malton

Richard Barrett John Yate

Thomas Norton

Able men & archers

Thomas Howse William Barratt

William Sale

M(emoran)d(a) this town Shaldeston Water Stratford & Bitlesdon a harnes w(i)t(h) bow & arrowes & almen ryvettes furnysshed

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Bu(c)k(ingham) The Thre Hundreds fo Bu(c)k(ingham)

Paule Dayrell John Bavham & William Davy Com(m)yss(i)on(er)s for the Must(e)r ther(s) to be taken appoynted doo certyfye ther doyng in the same as apperyth followyng.

Bu(c)k(ingham) Town

[1st column]

John Wyggyns Bayly ther a harnes furnysshed w(i)t(h) bowe & arrowes & almen ryvettes a harnes

Rychard Colles & John betwe(e)n them a harnes furnysshed w(i)t(h) bow & arrowes & a Jackte etc a harnes

Henry Myller & John Aboroughe oon harnes furnysshed w(i)t(h) bow & arrowes & bregeders etc a harnes

William Hancock a harnes furnysshed w(i)t(h) a byll & a jack etc

Thomas Baxter sen a harnes furnysshed w(i)t(h) a byll & a jack etc

Richard Smyth

Crystofer Kellye

John Welche a harnes furnysshed w(i)t(h) a byll & a jack etc

Richard Whyght a harnes furnysshed w(i)t(h) a byll & a jack etc

Willyam Glowcet(er)

Crystofer Russell a harnes furnysshed w(i)t(h) a bill & almen ryvettes etc a harness

William Fyllyppes a harnes furnysshed w(i)t(h) a byll & a Jack etc

Thomas Moore a harnes furnysshed w(i)t(h) a byll & a Jack etc

Thomas Collett a harnes furnysshed w(i)t(h) a byll & a Jack etc

Thomas Cookes

Rob(er)te Gyrdeler a harnes furnysshed w(i)t(h) bow & arrowes almen ryvettes

Thomas Hodd a harnes furnysshed w(i)t(h) bow & arrowes almen ryvettes

Rob(er) te Broke boch(e)r a harnes furnysshed w(i)t(h) bow & arrowes almen ryvettes

Edward Byllyng & George Sankey a harnes furnysshed w(i)t(h) a byll & almen ryvettes

John Lambert a harnes furnysshed w(i)t(h) a byll & almen ryvettes

John Slye & Thomas Adkyns a harnes furnysshed w(i)t(h) a byll & a Jack etc

Edward Math(e)wson a harnes furnysshed w(i)t(h) a byll & almen ryvettes

Alexander Wryght gente ij harnesses furnysshed w(i)t(h) bylles & almen ryvettes

Edward Agars Thomas Yonge oon harnes furnysshed w(i)t(h) a byll

Able men w(i)t(h) byllies

Edward Myller Thomas Hayward

John Shepard Peter Payen

Richard Chamber bocher Willyam Boston

John Bull John Frankleyn

Henry North Olyver Postburn

Hugh Lucas William Marten

John Draper fuller John Thornton

John Whyght Alen Maneryng taylor

Richard Shene William Mylles

John Belyngh(a)m Thomas Smyth

Henry Moore William Strodwyk

John Myller

[2nd column]

S(er)v(a)ntts able men w(i)t(h) billes

Thomas Penne John Fyppes

John Stoorye John Olysmowthe

John Smyth

Able men & archers

John Wyggyns William Hancock

Rob(e)rte Brooke bocher George Sankey

John Parkynson Thomas Harryes shoemaker

William Peerse John Rawlyns fuller

Raufe Artylborough John Grene

Edward Jeynkyns Henry Blokley

Thomas Turnor bocher

P(re)bendend in Bu(c)k(ingham)

William Taylor a harnes furnysshed w(i)t(h) a bill & a jack etc

John Baxter a harns furnysshed w(i)t(h) a bill & a jack etc

William Bull

John Gater

Able men w(i)t(h) bylles

John Bowmere Thomas Hanpache

John Bertlett William Sympkyns

John Godwayett John Myntam

John Harkyll Thomas Denton

William Wodds William Benett

Jeffrey Robyns William Payche

Thomas Tew Thomas Man

Thomas Rayenbow Rob(er)te Tryck

John Crannford Henry Godfrey

M(emoran)d(a) th(a)t this towne w(i)t(h) Gawcotte a harnes furnysshed w(i)t(h) a byll & a jack etc

Lethyngborough

John Love ij harnes furnysshed oon w(i)t(h) bow & arrowes the other w(i)t(h) a byll bothe almen ryvettes

Hugh Jeynkyns a archer

S(er)v(a)nttes able men w(i)t(h) billes

Andrew Carter Nicholas Dutton

Andrew Spens (er) Mathew Harryes

Xpofer Sympson

Burton

[1st column]

Thomas Moore gente a harnes w(i)t(h) bow & arrowes & almen ryvettes furnysshed & a horse

Gylbert Smythe John Bayly Thomas Wyseman & Thomas Fox a harnes w(i)t(h) bow & arrowes & almen ryvettes furnysshed & a horse

Roger Brampton Richard Woddesdon William Lucas a harnes w(i)t(h) bow & arrowes & Bregend(er)s furnysshed etc

Able men w(i)t(h) billes

John Marse John Woddesdon

John Byxe Thomas Stuttesbury

Edward Kempsale William Garrett

John Wylmer John Mayhoo

Thomas Ward

This townne w(i)t(h) Tyngewyk Ratclyff cu(m) Chakmore a harnes furnesshedd w(i)t(h) bow & arrowes & almen ryvettes etc

Gawcotte

John Aston & Thom(a)s Bodyngton of Twyford a harnes w(i)t(h) bow & arrowes & a Jack furnysshed etc

Able men w(i)t(h) billes

Robert Denys Richard Gale

Romwold Watkyns William Cowp(er)

William Lawrance

Westbury

Richard Verney gent a harnes w(i)t(h) a byll & almen ryvettes furnysshed etc

Thomas Newman Will(ia)m Mayne John Foxe a harnes w(i)t(h) a bill & almen ryvettes furnysshed etc

S(er)v(a)ntes able

Raufe Eton

Raufe A Lye

Able men w(i)t(h) bills

John Halle Thomas Hawkes

Nicholas Adyngton Richard Wayen

Thomas George John Bawden

Thom(a)s Rutter Henry Spenser

Baldwyn Gybbyns & Edmond Abbott of Thornton a harnes w(i)t(h) a bill & almen ryvettes furnysshed

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[1st column]

Preston cum Cowley

John Major John Wylles John Edwards a harnes w(i)t(h) bow & arrowes A Jack furnysshed

Able men & archers

Thomas Dudson

Richard Warre

Able men w(i)t(h) bylles

John Carter Henry Heryng

Rog(er) Cowp(er) Rob(er)te Heryng

Hugh Markham John Maior

Roger Macheh(a)m Edmond Wyght

Richard Toms Hugh Toms

Shaldeston

Able men w(i)t(h) bylles

John Jakeman William Drye

William Chaundeler John Wolf

Rob(er)te Geffrey John Brytten

Richard Mynne

Adstock

Edward Hykman John Tomlyns William Glenyster a harnes w(i)t(h) bow & arrowes & almen ryvettes furnysshed etc

Able men w(i)t(h) bylles

William Aydon William Newman

Thomas Godfrey William Denell [?]

Rob(er)te Clerk Henry Clerk

William Seere Peter Hewett

Henry Wodfyld Thomas Gydon

Water Illyng John Wodfyld

Twyford

Thomas Gyfford esq(ui)er iiij men in harnes w(i)t(h) ij bowes & arrowes & ij bills ev(er)ly harnes almen ryvettes furnysshed

S(er)v(a)ntes and archers able

John Howud

Richard Butler

S(er)v(a)ntes & billmen

Edward Adyngrove

Henry P(ar)soner

Able men w(i)t(h) bylles

Richard Smythe William Cooke

Richard Clerk Roger Barrett

Richard Tredway Thomas Broston [?]

Rob(er)te Harryes Richard Hugekyns

John Brokston John Peerse

Marrshe Gebon Rob(er)te Kyng John Nennton Thomas Godfrey of Adstock a harnes w(i)t(h) a byll & bregend(er)s furnysshed etc

Able men w(i)t(h) billes

John Symons Alexander Ad(a)m

Edward Reve Henry Kyrby

Richard Bowry Walter Tryplade

John Newman John Horwodd

Rob(er)te Nennton

M(emoran)d(a) that this town Agecotte & Adyngton a harnes & almen ryvettes furnysshed etc

[2nd column]

Charndon

Thomas Warner Thomas Carter with Thomas Jakeman & Rob(er)te Mooreman of Poundon a harnes w(i)t(h) a bill & almen ryvettes furnysshed etc

Able men w(i)t(h) billes

John Taylor John Scottes

John Ledbroke John Frankleyn

Thomas Crosse Thomas Shypton

Edward Parnell William Yonge

Thomas Ledbroke Henry Shipton

William Taylor

M(emoran)d(a) this town Twyford Poundon & Adstock a harnes w(i)t(h) a byll & almen ryvettes furnysshed etc

Poundon

Able men w(i)t(h) bylles

Rob(er)te Horwodd John Smyth

Thomas Wyse Heugh Hooges

John Jakeman William Howse

John Ledebroke Henry Heryng

Henry Bowry Walter Wyse

Bytlesdon

Roger Benett a peyer of Brygend(er)s & a bill

Able men & archers

Rauf Walle

Rob(er)te Ryder

S(er)v(a)nttes able men w(i)t(h) bylles

Rob(er)te Reve John Adkyns

James Parnell Thomas Penyston

John Knight Rob(er)te Ryshall

John Mowre John Robynson

Richard Adkynson

Water Stratford

Able men w(i)t(h) billes

William Thayer John Bocher

William Reve Richard Walcott

John Scott William Knyght

M(emoran)d(a) this town Turveston Shalston & Ev(er)shaw a harnes w(i)t(h) a bill & almen ryvettes

Langport

John Ingoldesby gente a harnes w(i)t(h) bow arrowes & a horse & almen ryvettes furnysshed

Able men with bylles

Richard Walcott Thomas Jeffs

John George John Hyllesdon

Edward Wodfyld Richard Hyllesden

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Dodford

Able men w(i)t(h) bylles

John Farthyng Roger Moryng

Lawrence Pound(e)r Richard Boycott

William Baker William Adkyns

William Carter John Harryes

Stowe

George Saund(er)s gente a harnes w(i)t(h) a bill & almen ryvettes furnysshed

Able men w(i)t(h) billes

Richard Ruffe John North

Thomas Plattes Thomas Cookes

Lawrence Wattes William Shyrt

Nycolas Williams William Howman

James Checheley Thomas Maior

Chytwodd

William Rysley gente the Kynges S(er)v(a)nt ij men in harnes w(i)t(h) bow & arrowes & almen ryvettes furnysshed etc

Richard Cowley a harnes w(i)t(h) bow & arrowes & almen ryvettes furnysshed

Able men w(i)t(h) bylles

Thomas Baker Raufe Newbolt

Thomas Byrd John Wryght

Roger Snow Richard Taylor

John Sale Edward Segeley

Thomas Shep(ar)d William Whetley

Turweston

Thomas Yate Thomas Heyres Richard Howse Ric(hard) Sakerley Nicholas Alredd a harnes w(i)t(h) a bill almen ryvettes furnysshed

Able men w(i)t(h) billes

William Gyrl John Grene

Richard Yate Henry Malton

Richard Barrett John Yate

Thomas Norton

Able men & archers

Thomas Howse William Barratt

William Sale

M(emoran)d(a) this town Shaldeston Water Stratford & Bitlesdon a harnes w(i)t(h) bow & arrowes & almen ryvettes furnysshed

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