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Surrey Jury-Qualified Freeholders and Copyholders 1696-1824

An act of 1696 required that lists of men qualified to serve as jurors be provided to the Quarter Sessions. To be qualified, the men had to be between the ages of 21 and 70 and possess property with an annual value of £10 or more. After 1730 the qualification was extended to men in possession of a long lease with an annual value of at least £20.

This collection contains lists of those qualified to serve as jurors in Surrey, England, and includes the names of qualified men, the parish, and at times a street name and possibly occupation.

Name Residence Year Residence Place Ref. No. Notes
Charles Welbeloved 1696-1701 Thorpe Surrey England QS3/10A/1
Charles Welbeloved 1696-1701 Thorpe Surrey England QS3/10A/1
Robert Welbelow 1798 Egham Surrey England QS3/10A/5 Bricklayer
Wm Wilbelow 1787 Egham Surrey England QS3/10A/4 Bricklayer
Wm Wellbelove 1788 Egham Surrey England QS3/10A/4 Bricklayer
William Wellbelove 1789 Egham Surrey England QS3/10A/4 Bricklayer
Wm Wellbelove 1790 Egham Surrey England QS3/10A/4 Bricklayer
William Wellbelove 1791 Egham Surrey England QS3/10A/4 Bricklayer
Wm Wellbeloved 1797 Thorpe Surrey England QS3/10A/5 Farmer
Wm Wellbelove 1798 Thorpe Surrey England QS3/10A/5 Yeoman
Wm Wellbelove 1799 Thorpe Surrey England QS3/10A/5 Farmer
William Wellbelove 1800 Thorpe Surrey England QS3/10A/5 Yeoman
William Wellbelove 1801 Thorpe Surrey England QS3/10A/5 Farmer
William Wellbelove 1802 Thorpe Surrey England QS3/10A/6
William Wellbelove 1803 Thorpe Surrey England QS3/10A/6 Farmer
William Wellbelove 1804 Thorpe Surrey England QS3/10A/6 Farmer
William Welbelove 1814-1819 Esher Surrey England QS3/10A/8 Baker
William Welbeloved 1820-1824 Esher Surrey England QS3/10A/9 Baker
William Wellbelove 1820-1824 Esher Surrey England QS3/10A/9 Baker


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