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17th Century Tokens : Rutland-01 in Rutland

W Numbers refer to Williamson's  Trade Tokens Issued in the Seventeenth Century in England, Wales and Ireland, (1891)

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W1: Rutland, Langham (Farthing): (1658)
O  The Tallowchandlers' Arms
IOHN HOMES OF LANGHA
R  I H 1658
IN COVNTY OF RVTLAND I H 1658
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W3: Rutland, North Luffenham (Uncertain): (1657)
O  A man making candles
THOMAS GOODMAN OF
R  T G
NORTH LVFFENHAM 57 T G
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The Goodman family had long before the issue of the token been settled in North Luffenham. A Robert Goodman, yeoman, was here 14 Henry VIII.
W4: Rutland, North Luffenham (Farthing): (Date Unknown)
O  A fleur-de-lys
THOMAS HVNTT OF
R  T H conjoined
NORTH LVFFENHAM T H
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W5: Rutland, North Luffenham (Farthing): (Date Unknown)
O  A fleur-de-lys
THOMAS HVNTT
R  T H conjoined
IN LVFFVINHAM T H
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The village of North Luffenham was for a long period the residence of the Digby family, whose arms are azure, a fleur-de-lys argent; probably the issuer of this token was mine host of the Fluer-de-lys public house, or had the device by way of compliment.
W6: Rutland, Oakham (Farthing): (Date Unknown)
O  The Ironmongers' Arms
IOSHVA CHARLSWORTH
R  I A C
OKEHAM IN RVTLAND I A C
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W7: Rutland, Oakham (Farthing): (Date Unknown)
O  A man making candles
IONATHAN FISHER OF
R  I S F
OKEHAM IN RVTLAND I S F
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W9: Rutland, Oakham (Farthing): (Date Unknown)
O  A bell
SAMVELL REEVE
R  A stick of candles
THE BELL IN OKEHAM
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W11: Rutland, Uppingham (Farthing): (Date Unknown)
O  Arms of the Butler family, three demi-lions rampant on a chief, three covered cups
THOMAS BVTLER
R  T B
OF VPPINGHAM T B
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W12: Rutland, Uppingham (Farthing): (1657)
O  The Grocers' Arms
HENRY CLIPSAM
R  H M C
AT VPPINGHAM 1657 H M C
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W13: Rutland, Uppingham (Farthing): (Date Unknown)
O  A roll of tobacco
EDMOND FARBECKE
R  E F
OF VPPINGHAM E F
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This issuer was probably a son of Thos. Farbee, Vicar of Ketton, in this county, who May 6, 1614, married (at Hableton) Mary Wright, May 24, 1619. In December, 1648, he was under the ban of sequestration.
W14: Rutland, Uppingham (Farthing): (1666)
O  A spinning-wheel
ELIZABETH GOODWIN
R  E G
IN VPINGHAM 1666 E G
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W15: Rutland, Uppingham (Farthing): (1666)
O  A pair of scissors
GEORGE GREENE
R  G G
IN VPPINGHAM 1666 G G
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W16: Rutland, Uppingham (Farthing): (1666)
O  The Tallowchandlers' Arms
IOHN HVLL OF 1666
R  I M H
VPINGHAM CHANDLER I M H
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The will of the issuer of this token, dated November 14, 1691, proved February 12, 1691-9, by executor, is in the P.C.C. register (Fane 29). Testator designates himself as John Hull, of Uppinham, co. Rutland, grocer. Bequeaths to son Richard and daughter Frances Hull all my copyhold lands and tenements which I hold of the lord of the manor of the rectory of Uppingham, so that the same may be sold and the proceeds equally divided. To my daughter Frances for life a freehold tenement and shop thereunto adjoining, late in the tenure of Henry Frisby. Should son Richard die without issue it was to revert to my daughter Frances. To the three children of my daughter, Eliz. Freeman, viz., Mary, Thomas, and John, each 6s. 8d. ITem to my son Richard, two coats, one waistcoat, silver tobacco-box, and all my wearing shifts. To my daughter Frances one silver cup and two silver spoons. The residue of my estate, etc., to my wife Anne, whom I constitute sole executrix.
W17: Rutland, Uppingham (Farthing): (Date Unknown)
O  A fleur-de-lys
RICHAR MVNTVN
R  R M
AT VPINGAME R M
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