Whiteclive

 

 

Site type: DMV

[Site awaiting description]

Pre-1974 county:
Wiltshire
Historic parish:
Brixton Deverill
Present county or unitary area:
Wiltshire
Modern parish:
Brixton Deverill
Grid reference:
ST 859383
Latitude:
51.143783
Longitude:
-2.202933

Documentary resources
Domesday reference:
WILT 68,29
Domesday minimum number of individuals:
2
Taxation 1291 (main):
Not recorded
Taxation 1291 (portions):
Not recorded
Lay subsidy 1334 total paid:
80
Poll Tax 1377 number who paid:
10 (Whitecliff)
Poll Tax 1377 total paid:
40 (Whitecliff)
Poll Tax 1379 number who paid:
10
Poll Tax 1379 total paid:
70
Poll Tax 1381 number who paid:
No surviving record
Poll Tax 1381 total paid:
No surviving record
Lay subsidy 1524 number who paid:
No surviving record
Lay Subsidy 1524 total paid:
No surviving record
Lay Subsidy 1525 number who paid:
No surviving record
Lay Subsidy 1525 total paid:
No surviving record
Lay Subsidy 1543/4 number who paid:
No surviving record
Diocesan returns 1563:
No surviving record
Census 1801 total population:
No surviving record
Census 1841 total population:
No surviving record
Census 1841 inhabited houses:
No surviving record
E179 date and type last doc:
1690 - 1691 aids of £1,651,702 18s
Additional information
Alternative names:
Whitecliff
Presumed date of depopulation:
NMR number:
206630
HER number:
WILT ST83NE451
Investigation history:
Cartographic or photographic records:
Site status:
x coordinate:
385900
y coordinate:
138300
Bibliography:
Beresford, M. 1954. The Lost Villages of England. London: Lutterworth Press: 390
Beresford, M. And Hurst, J.G. (eds) 1971. Deserted Medieval Villages. London: Lutterworth.
See also: