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17th Century Tokens : Puttenham-Reigate 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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W217: Surrey, Puttenham (Farthing): (Date Unknown)
O  I D W
IOHN WOLLASTON I D W
R  I D W
IN PVTTENHAM I D W
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W218: Surrey, Puttenham (Farthing): (1667)
O  I D W 1667 either on obverse or reverse
IOHN WOLLASTON I D W
R  I D W
IN PVTTENHAM I D W
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The following entries from the parish register are kindly extracted by the Rev. D. G. Clarke, Rector:

1660. John ye son of John Woollaston, baptized Oct. 1.
1662. George, ye son of John Woollaston, baptized April 23.

The issuer is assessed at two hearths, 17th Charles II.

W219: Surrey, Reigate (Farthing): (1652)
O  W K C
WILLIAM CASTLEMAN W K C
R  W C
OF RIGATE 1652 W C
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In the Feet of Fines, Surrey, Easter, 31st Charles II, is the record of:

"Alex. Lambert, plaintiff, and William Castleman and Sarah his wife, defendants, of two messuages, one stable, two gardens, in Reigate, granted to said Alex., who paid £60 sterling."

Hearth-tax, 25th and 26th Charles II, No. 188-496:

"William Castellman, of Reigate, four hearths."

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

"William Castleman, plaintiff, and Rich. Roads and Sarah his wife, defendants, of one shop, with appurtenances, in Reigate, granted to the said William £40 sterling."

No. 187-479, 14th Charles II, in the schedule of persons exempted from payment of hearth-tax:

"William Castleman is exempted for three hearths (not able to pay)."

W220: Surrey, Reigate (Farthing): (Date Unknown)
O  The Tallowchandlers' Arms
MARGARET CATT
R  M C
OF RIGATE M C
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No. 187-479, 14th Charles II, in the schedule of person exempted from payment of hearth-tax is the name of:

"Margaret Catt, four hearths (not able to pay)."

W221: Surrey, Reigate (Farthing): (Date Unknown)
O  A sugar-loaf
THOMAS HEATHFEILD
R  T H
OF REYGATE IN SVRY T H
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In the Feet of Fines, Surrey, Michaelmas, 21st Charles II, is the record of:

"John Barnard, plaintiff, and John Cuddington and Elizabeth his wife, and Thos. Heathfield and Alice his wife, defendants, concerning one messuage, one barn, one garden, one orchard, with appurtenances in Reigate, granted to John Barnard, who pays £100 sterling."

The issuer is named in the Hearth-tax Rolls, 15th Charles II, No. 188-481, but the entry is almost illegible. And also those in 25th, 25th Charles II, for five hearths.

No. 187-479, 14th Charles II, in the schedule of persons exempted from payment of hearth-tax, Thomas Heathfield is exempted for four hearths.

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