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17th Century Tokens : Chertsey in Surrey

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

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W20: Surrey, Chertsey (Farthing): (1668)
O  A church
THIS FARTHING MADE FOR
R  A church
CHERTSEY IN SVRRY 1668
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The town-piece; the church is probably intended as a pun on the name of the town. --Vide "Surrey," plate No. 1.
W21: Surrey, Chertsey (Farthing): (1666)
O  A woman churning
WILLIAM BVRNETT IN
R  W M B
CHIRTEY IN SVRY 1666 W M B
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W22: Surrey, Chertsey (Farthing): (Date Unknown)
O  A woman churning
WILLIAM BVRNETT IN
R  W M B
CHIRTEY IN SVRY W M B
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In the State Papers, Domestic, 1672, Licences to Preach, p. 93, we read:

"A licence was granted unto William Burnett to be an Anabaptist teacher in the house of William Longhurst, in Chersey. Surrey, 9th May."

In the Hearth-tax, Charles II, 188-504, William Burnett was assessed at 4s; also in 15th, 25th, and 26th Charles II at similar amounts.

W23: Surrey, Chertsey (Farthing): (Date Unknown)
O  Three doves
THOMAS BVTTERFEILD
R  T B
IN CHVRCEY 1652 T B
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W24: Surrey, Chertsey (Uncertain): (1659)
O  Two doves
THOMAS BVTTERFEILD
R  T B
IN CHVRCEY 1659 T B
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In the Hearth-tax, Charles II, 188-504, Thomas Butterfeild pays 6s; also 25th and 26th Charles II a similar amount; also the same in the 15th Charles II.
W25: Surrey, Chertsey (Farthing): (1652)
O  R A C
RICHARD CHAPMAN R A C
R  The Grocers' Arms
IN CHERCSEY 1652
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W26: Surrey, Chertsey (Farthing): (1652)
O  R A C
RICHARD CHAPMAN R A C
R  1652
IN CHERTSEY 1652
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In the Subsidy Roll, 16th Charles I, 1640, 186-451, is the entry: "Richard Chapman, 16s."; and in the Subsidy Roll, 17th Charles I, 187-466: "Richard Chapman, in goods £2, assessed at 16s."

In the Hearth-tax Rolls, 15th Charles II, he is assessed at 16s.

W27: Surrey, Chertsey (Farthing): (1656)
O  A portcullis
WILLIAM LEE OF
R  W I L
CHERSEY 1656 W I L
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