clerical subsidy

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In the Middle Ages religious bodies paid taxes separately from lay people. The records are kept in The National Archives in E 179. Names of priests appear only in the poll tax returns of 1377–81 and in the early 16th century; names of chaplains only in 1450 and 1468.

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