This is a bundle of sixteen documents relating to several taxes from different reigns.
It has therefore been divided into parts accordingly.
The present document is part two. It is a single sheet of paper, in Latin.
It appears to be an extract from the records of the collection of the subsidy granted to Philip and Mary in 1558.
It shows that three individuals were taxed in the Royal Chamber or Household, although they also appear to have been
taxed elsewhere in Surrey and the city of London.
The document may therefore have served as a certificate of residence.
The document is undated, but may date from 1558, when the single collection was to be paid.
The document is in good condition and is legible.