Distribution of Ennever, Enever, Enefer households in Essex, Kent & Suffolk according to the 1664 Hearth Tax

Braintree, Essex - 1 household

Broxted, Essex - 1 households

Chigwell, Essex - 2 households

Chipping Ongar, Essex - 3 households

Felstead, Essex - 2 households

Gosfield, Essex - 1 household

Great Dunmow, Essex - 2 households

Great Easton, Essex - 1 household

Greenstead by Chipping Ongar, Essex - 2 households

Little Easton, Essex - 1 household

Navestock, Essex - 1 household

Stanford Rivers, Essex - 1 household

Waltham Holy Cross, Essex - 1 household

Woodham Ferrers, Essex - 1 household

West Landon, Kent - 2 households

Stowmarket, Suffolk - 3 households

The Hearth Tax was a charge of one shilling for six months on every hearth used in houses worth 20 shillings or more per year in rent. The tax was paid by the occupier who also paid the Church Rate and the Poor Law Rate, so gives us a count of the number of more prosperous Enever households in Essex.

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