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17th Century Tokens : Haslemere-East_Horsley 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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W131: Surrey, Haslemere (Farthing): (1665)
O  A swan
IOHN EDE AT THE SWAN
R  I M E
IN HASSELMORE 1665 I M E
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In the Feet of Fines, dated Hilary, 28th and 29th Charles II (1676-77), we read:

"George Osborne, gent., and others, plaintiffs, William Haslegrove, jun., John Ede and Margaret his wife, William Osborne and Susanna his wife, and others, defendants, of two messuages, two barns, two gardens, and sixteen acres of pasture, with appurtenances, in Haslemere, which were granted to George Osborne and the other plaintiffs, who pay £60 sterling."

And again in the Feet of Fines, Surrey, Easter, 21st Charles II, 1669:

"Susan Wroth, widow, plaintiff, and John Ede and Margaret his wife, of one messuage, one barn, two gardens, two orchards, and appurtenances, in Haselmore, otherwise Haselmere, John and Margaret granting the same to the said Susan, who pays £60.""John Eade, of Haslemere, three hearths"; in that of 15th Charles II, 188-504, "Mr. John Edes, three hearths"; in that of 25th and 26th Charles II, 188-496, "John Eades, Haslemere, three hearths."

W132: Surrey, Haslemere (Farthing): (1666)
O  1666
IOHN OSBORN OF 1666
R  I O
HASLEMORE IN SVRRY I O
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W133: Surrey, Haslemere (Farthing): (1667)
O  1667
HENRY SHOTTER 1667
R  H E S
IN HASLEMORE H E S
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W134: Surrey, Haslemere (Farthing): (1667)
O  1667
HENRY SHOTTER 1667
R  H E S
IN HASELMORE H E S
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In the will of Henry Shotter, dated December 23, 1669, of Haslemere, mercer, he bequeaths to William Shotter, his son, £40 when he attains twenty-one years; to Elizabeth, his daughter, £110 when she attains twenty-one years or upon her marriage; the residue of his goods and chattels whatsoever to Elizabeth, his wife, whom he appoints executrix. Overseers, Roger Shotter, of Pitfield, and James Osborne, jun., of Lithill. Proved at London March 9, 1669-70.

In the Hearth-tax, Charles II, 188-504, we read:

"Henry Shotter, of Haslemere, three hearths"; in that of 25th and 26th Charles II, 188-496: "Henry Shotter, of Haslemere, three hearths."

East Horsley

In the Hundred of Woking. The benefice is a peculiar of the Archbishob of Canterbury.
W135: Surrey, East Horsley (Farthing): (Date Unknown)
O  I M
IOHN MOODY OF I M
R  A man making candles
HORSLEY CHANDLER
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