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17th Century Tokens : Godalming-Godstone 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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W85: Surrey, Godalming (Farthing): (1657)
O  A stick of candles
HENERY BRADFOVLDE
R  H B
OF GODALLMIG 1657 H B
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No. 187-479, 14th Charles II, schedule of persons exempted from payment of hearth-tax, Henry Bradfold is exempted for four hearths; but he is charged for five hearths in the Hearth-taxes of Charles II, and in Charles I for four.
W86: Surrey, Godalming (Farthing): (Date Unknown)
O  The Grocers' Arms
HENRIE CHITTY
R  H E C
IN GODALMAN H E C
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In the Feet of Fines, Surrey, Easter, 30th Charles II, 1678, we read:

"Henry Watts and Edward Coe, gent., plaintiffs, and Henry Chitty and Anna, his wife, and Matthew Dare, defendants, of three messuages, three gardens, and one acre of land, with appurtenances, in Godalming, and in the parish of the most Blessed Virgin in Guildford, Henry Chitty granting the same to the plaintiffs, who pay £100 sterling."

In the 187-479, 14th Charles II, schedule of persons exempted from payment of hearth-tax, Henry Chety is exempted for one hearth at one forge. He is charged in Subsidy 16th Charles I, 1640 (186-451), Hen. Chittie, 8s.; and in the Hearth-tax, 15th Charles II, 3s., 2s; 25th and 26th Charles II, 4s., 2s.; 15th Charles II, 3s., 2s.

W87: Surrey, Godalming (Farthing): (Date Unknown)
O  A gown or cloak
ROBERT CLINTON OF
R  R X C
GODALLMIN IN SVRREY R X C
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W88: Surrey, Godalming (Farthing): (Date Unknown)
O  A gown or cloak
ROBERT CLINTON OF
R  R C
GODALMIN IN SVRRY R C
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187-479, 14th Charles II, schedule of persons exempted from payment of hearth-tax, Robert Clinton is exempted for two hearths.
W89: Surrey, Godalming (Farthing): (1669)
O  A woolpack
LAWRENCE COLLINGS
R  L C
OF GODALLMINGE 69 L C
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W90: Surrey, Godalming (Farthing): (1666)
O  A bottle
HENRY MARTIN
R  H I M
GODALMINGE 1666 H I M
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W91: Surrey, Godalming (Farthing): (1666)
O  A leathern bottle
HENRY MAY IN
R  H I M
GODALMINGE 1666 H I M
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187-479, 14th Charles II, schedule of persons exempted from payment of hearth-tax, Henry May is exempted for two hearths.

Henry May is charged for two hearths in Hearth-tax of Charles II.

W92: Surrey, Godalming (Farthing): (1661)
O  M
HENR MAY IN M
R  H I
GODALLMINGE 1661 H I
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W93: Surrey, Godalming (Farthing): (Date Unknown)
O  [Blank]
IOHN RANDALL
R  I D R
IN GODLYMAN I D R
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No. 187-479, 14th Charles II, in the schedule of persons exempted from payment of hearth-tax, John Randall is named for four hearths. The name has the prefix of "Mr."

The Subsidy Roll of 16th Charles I, 1640, 186-451, reads:

"John Randall, 8s.; and the Hearth-tax, 15th Charles II., 4s."

W94: Surrey, Godalming (Uncertain): (Date Unknown)
O  W R R
WILLIAM RAPLEY W R R
R  A malt-shovel
IN GODALMING
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187-479, 14th Charles II, schedule of persons exempted from payment of hearth-tax, William Rapley is exempted for three hearths; but he is charged for two and three hearths in the Hearth-taxes of Charles II.
W95: Surrey, Godalming (Farthing): (1666)
O  W R R
WILLIAM RAPLEY W R R
R  A malt-shovel
IN GODALMING 1666
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In the Exchequer Bills, Surrey, Charles II, No. 385, there is an action between William Rapley, malster, debtor, and accomptant to the King, versus William Sun and John Smyth, concerning tithes in the parish of Godalming, William Rapley being farmer of all the tithes belonging to the vicarage of Godalming by virtue of a grant of Samuel Speed, Vicar of the said parish.

No. 142, a similar bill between Samuel Speed, clericus, and William Rapley.

W96: Surrey, Godalming (Uncertain): (1666)
O  W R R
WILLIAM RAWLEY W R R
R  1666
IN GODALMING 1666
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Probably from an error on the part of the die-sinker in preparing the dies for No. 95.
W97: Surrey, Godstone (Uncertain): (Date Unknown)
O  Unknown arms
MARY OSBORNE
R  [Detrited]
GODSTONE IN SURREY
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In the Will Office (book Car., folio 171), is the will, dated August 9, 1667, of John Osborne, of West Moulsey, yeoman.

He bequeaths to his wife, Mary, all his copyhold lands in West Moulsey for her life, and at her death to his son, John Osborne, and his heirs. To his daughter, Mary Osborne, £200. He appoints his wife executrix. Proved December 31, 1667.

Book Hene, folio 22. There is also the will, dated December 31, 1667, of Maria Osborne, of West Moulsey, widow.

She bequeaths to her son, John Osborne, £100 at the age of 21; her goods, etc, to her daughter Mary. Appoints here sister, Anne Pluckington, executrix. Proved February 3, 1668.

The following may also refer to this family:

Book Bruce, folio 96. The will of John Osborne, gent., of Croydon, dated June 14, 1664.

His wife, Elizabeth, to enjoy the profits of his lands and warren in Croydon, during her widowhood; should she re-marry, the whole to go to Gabriel Osborne, of West Twitteringe, in Sussex, with one messuage in Croydon in the tenure of John Heathfield. Proved August 31, 1664.

Widow Osburne is charged for one hearth in Hearth-tax, Charles II.

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