1666 Hearth Tax

The hearth tax was levied in England and Wales from 1662 to 1689. Each householder, whose house was worth more than 20 shillings a year, had to pay one shilling for each hearth in their home. Payments were due twice a year on Lady Day and Michaelmas.

These are the number of hearths recorded on the Roll for Marsden
 

Henry Pogson - 1
Michael Carter - 1
James Haigh - 1
Joseph Campinet - 1
John Senyor - 2
John Marsden - 1
Widow Marsden - 1
Henry Marsden - 1
Edward Haigh - 1
Henry Firth - 1
Joseph Aynley - 1
Richard Waterhouse - 1
Widow Marsden - 2
James France - 2
John Mellor - 1
John Shaw - 1
William Shawe - 1
John Marsden - 2
James Marsden - 1
William Ainley - 3
John Shawe - 1
Luke Shawe - 1
John Mellor - 1
Widow Berry - 1
John Woodhead - 1
John Mellor - 1
John Shawcross - 1
John Mellor - 1
John Hague - 1
Edmong Mellor - 1
Thomas Shawe - 1
John Shawe - 1
John Kay, jun - 1
John Haigh - 1
Thomas Marsden - 2
Widow Gleadall - 1
Luke Marsden - 1
John Hague - 2
John Firth - 1
John Shawe - 1
Giles Shawe - 2
James Marsden - 1
Samuel Haigh - 4
Thomas Haigh - 3
Widow Haigh - 3
Luke Firth - 2
Thomas Mellor - 1
Edward Firth - 1
William Firth - 1
James Carter - 2
Michael Shawe - 1
Robert Wood - 1
John Woodhead - 3
John Shawe - 1
Michael Shawe - 1
John Marsden - 1
John Miller - 1
Widow Haigh - 2
Luke Firth - 1
John Woodhead - 2
Jerem Haigh - 1
Thomas Hague - 2
John Kay, sen - 1
John Haigh - 1
Thomas Gleadall - 1
John Gleadall - 1
Thomas Haigh - 2
John Marsden - 1
Thomas Eastwood - 1
Parson of Marsden - 1
Andrew Shaw - 1
Widow Shawe - 1
Widow Shawe - 2
Luke Shawe - 1
John Firth - 1
John Haigh - 1
John Haigh - 1
James France - 1
James Garside - 1
John Marsden - 2
Robert Mellor - 1
Omitted by reason 
of poverty - 2