1740 CASTLETOWN RENT ROLL INDEX

1 049 12 Elizabeth Barry  
2 050 48 Elizabeth Barry Paradise top mill st by lit mi
3 138a 5 James Bartley  
4 069 3 Alex Battersby split
5 095 6.5 Thomas Bell  
6 116 12 John Bell 1742
7 058 3 Elizabeth Boardman  
8 028 12 executors Boardman,J.  
9 020 13.5 Ceasar Brew 1745 & 1748
10 060 17 widow Brew  
11 061 1 widow Brew  
12 081b 11 Thomas Bridson  
13 072 16 John Brown Church Street West,was Calcot
14 014 12 Edward Caine chamber,was Parr
15 073 10 Turner Callcot 1740
16 082 21 Richard Callcott  
17 127a 19 widow Callow hse,gdn,son William
18 127b 4 widow Callow cowhse,gdn west side by J.Norr
19 010b 7 William Cannell and sister Elizabeth
20 037 67 William Casement  
21 111 7 William Caveen was Jane Little
22 071a 0.5 Robert Ceasar Wash house-alters the numbers
23 081a 10 John Clark  
24 126 5 John Clark bought off Rob Corrin the post
25 029 11 Elizabeth Coat husband Nath Mollineaux
26 030 24 Elizabeth Coat  
27 104 5 Henry Comish  
28 134 9 Alice Corlett widow of Dublin
29 013b 89.75 James Cornah  
30 053 6 John Corrin 1747
31 109b 3 Margaret Corrin widow of Edward,daugh Isabel
32 008 7 Edward Corris  
33 079 6 John Costean wife Jony
34 090 1 William Costeane barn
35 092 25 John Cotteene 1746
36 117 8 Thomas Cowley Masons hse, Mill Street,1745
37 118 1.5 Thomas Cowley enlarge bog garden
38 067 3 John Creene Water Street,was Battersby
39 016 19 widow Creer  
40 128a 8 Gilbert Creer 1742
41 128b 1 Gilbert Creer outlet
42 071 3 Lewis Crejeen lower end street
43 133 4 Robert Crelling formerly widow Moares,1730
44 052 13 Phillip Cry West Street East
45 027 26 William Curghey was widow Boardman
46 098 2 Margaret Farrant  
47 044 24 Byron Fox West side West Street
48 083 93 Mary Frissell was Morrison
49 106 5 John Gell  
50 112 12 George Gelling 1742
51 113 23 Robert Green Quills House,1737
52 005a 24 Richard Halsall 1742
53 005b 24 Richard Halsall  
54 005c 6 Richard Halsall cellar
55 005d 1 Arthur Halsall  
56 005e 28 Arthur Halsall  
57 038 101 Anthony Halsall  
58 045 4 Kathleen Halsall was John Rothmell
59 135 13 Thomas Harley Murrays hse plus 1d outlet
60 009 12 William Harrison  
61 075a 18 Henry Harrison dwelling house,garden
62 075b 13.5 Henry Harrison Brewhouse adjoins dwelling
63 075c 6 Henry Harrison stable in Water street
64 075d 9 Henry Harrison hse,gdn Church st by Voase bar
65 075e 25 Henry Harrison Croft
66 075f 1 Henry Harrison Anth Whetstones rent
67 078 28 John Harrison  
68 102 6 John Harrison  
69 059 9 Edward Hindley was Richard Thompson
70 007 6 Thomas Huddleston was Robert
71 023 22 Silvester Huddleston  
72 026 18 Phillip Hutchin  
73 035 33.5 David Hutchin 1749
74 094 6.5 Margery Hutchin  
75 100 7.5 widow of Phi Hutchin Church Street East
76 033 4.5 John Kelly  
77 002 1.5 Thomas Kenedy  
78 004b 12 David Kennedy was James Cottier
79 005f 9 John Kewish was A.Halsall
80 084 9 John Kewish 1742
81 122 3 Alice Kewley enl 2 gdns with R.Corkill.
82 125a 2 John Kewley hse,gdn Mill st adj Ric Quaye
83 125b 9 John Kewley hse,gdn adj Kath Killey
84 125c 1 John Kewley enlarge garden
85 121 5 Alice Kewley,mason with Rich Corkill
86 001 4.5 John Kewn was Thomas
87 003a 12 John Kewn was Thomas
88 003b 2 John Kewn  
89 010a 7 Edward Killey  
90 019b 8 John Killey 1741
91 046 9 Edward Killey 1745
92 123 7 Kathleen Killey Church st east,upper end
93 124 1 Kathleen Killey enlarge garden
94 096 8 William Killey(tayl) The Nook
95 015 37 Henry Lace  
96 070 16 Thomas Lawrenson 1740
97 065a 10 Henry Lezsquire half the Bog Croft
98 004a 24 Thomas Looney with Thom.Harley
99 021 17 Robert Maddrell  
100 040 12 Robert Maddrell  
101 042 46 Rhoda Mercer husband James Mahon
102 054 4 Abigail,Sara Mercer  
103 089 1 Mary Mitchell 1740
104 087 7 Thomas Moore wife Jane
105 088 8.5 Gilbert Moore  
106 110 14.5 widow Moore Mill Street West,1741
107 131 3 Robert Moore 1743
108 130 6 Kathleen Nelson  
109 086 4 John Norris and Margaret his sister
110 013 29.25 John Parr  
111 022 21 James Parr was Thomas Patten
112 019a 17 John Parr(Deem) includes an outlet 1d
113 041 25 Jony Piccard 1747
114 055 4 Charles Piggard wife Francis
115 034 6 Anne Quaile husband Wm.Corrin
116 138b 6 Robert Quaile  
117 076 19 Cathrine Qualtrough 1743
118 120a 3 William Qualtrough hse bought off Mary Corrin
119 120b 7 William Qualtrough hse,gdn adj Rich Corkill
120 120c 3.5 William Qualtrough enlarge gdn near the river
121 056 8 Thomas Quay hatter,wife Eliz
122 091 6 Robert Quay  
123 114 15.5 Richard Quay  
124 129a 8 Ann Quay  
125 129b 4 Ann Quay  
126 080 22.5 Robert Quay(smith) 1746,1748
127 132 3 Robert Quay,miller adj Voases barn
128 063 14.5 John Quayle Church Street. 1718
129 048 6 Alice Quiggin 1741
130 115 4 Issable Quiggin adjoins Widow Moore(110)
131 025 18 Christopher Quinney  
132 011 6 Robert Quirk  
133 012 4 Mary Quirk with Henry Corrin
134 119 1.5 Phillip Quirk enlarge bog garden
135 142 12 Richard Quirk was widow Elsimore,1721
136 077 29 Robert Ratcliffe 1744
137 036 17.5 Thomas Redfern  
138 047 30 John Saint  
139 057 6 John Saint  
140 097 20 Jony Saint 1740, with Elizabeth
141 017 4 William Sedden  
142 064 14.5 William Sedden 1748
143 101a 4 William Sedden  
144 101b 4 Ellen Sedden other half
145 018 43 William Sedden(pred)  
146 068 3 widow Shimmin  
147 085a 6 Thomas Shimmin 1748
148 085b 6.5 Thomas Shimmin was Louis Crejeens
149 139 10 widow Shimmin  
150 093 6 William Skaly was Tom Bell
151 140 7 Richard Slater  
152 065b 6 Charles Stanley adj little tower
153 024 26.5 Alice Stevenson 1743/4
154 066 6 John Stevenson son in law Henry Corrin
155 065c 4 George,Jane Stoale  
156 103 10 Thomas Taggart  
157 051 21 Henry Taylor 1741
158 099 5 William Taylor was John Bell
159 039 11 William Thompson  
160 006 12 John Tubman was Young,with Kenedy and K
161 074 21.5 Thomas Tubman 1741
162 031 12 George Walker 1741.1743
163 032 9 John Waterson  
164 062 12 Edward Waterson was widow Stanley
165 105 5 Issabel Waterson 1749
166 107 10 Tom,Jane,Mgt Waterson  
167 109a 11.75 William Wood  
168 043 20 Joney Woods was Jane Thorpe
169 108 11 Mary Woods  
170 136 6.5 Thomas Woods 1745
171 137 2 Thomas Woods  
172 141 10 Francis Woolfenden half the Bog Croft
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