A single parchment sheet, a schedule of persons in Southwark, including St Saviour, who defaulted on
the first payment of the subsidy levied by Parliament on 7 March 1587.
The collectors certify they have been unable to collect the assessed sums from those named in the document,
who had either died, left the borough or had 'assigned or purveyed' their goods away in a 'prive or coverte
The dating clause of the certificate has only been partially filled in with the regnal year 30 Elizabeth.
It is unlikely to have been written before the first payment was due (on 12 February 1588), and must
have been written by the last day of that regnal year (16 November 1588).
The document includes names from St Saviour (including Clink Liberty and Paris Garden), St Olave, St Thomas,
and St George.
Only names from St Saviour are included here.