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                                                              TAX LISTS

Connecticut

Stamford, Fairfield County

                               Extant Stamford Grand Tax Lists
                              (The Stamford tax lists have not survived, but the Grand Lists, a summary of those taxes, have survived for certain years.)

   YEAR     £    s d
    1714 No Fanchers/Fanshaws/Fanceys      
    1728 Richd  Fanshaw  27: 00 0
      Taken from original document. There is also a typewritten transcription      
    1730 Richd  Fanshaw  39: 00 0
     Taken from original document, no typewritten transcription was ever made      
    1735 Richad  Fancher  39: 00 0
      Taken from original document. There is also a typewritten transcription      
    1738 Richard Fancher/Fanshaw does not appear in the lists.      
      Taken from original document. There is also a typewritten transcription.       

   (The Grand Lists are arranged in loosely alphabetical order; all of the menís surnames starting with the letter F are grouped together. )


     Waterbury, New Haven County

          
List of Tax-Paying Inhabitants
 

 Name of Taxpayer   £  Year
 Ichabod Fancher   5  1762
 Ithiel Fancher  26  1769
 James Fancher  24  1763
 John Fancher  50  1753
 Lemuel Fancher  29  1767
 Samuel Fancher  28  1746
 Thankful Fancher  13  1768
 Thomas Fancher  90  1764
 William Fancher  84  1746
 William Fancher, Jr.  48  1746

Source: Ancient burying-grounds of the town of Waterbury, Connecticut : together with other records of church and town.VIII. List of tax-paying inhabitants : 1730-1783. Prichard, Katharine A.. unknown. Mattatuck Historical Society. 1917, 287


  New Jersey

Roxbury Township, Morris County

               List of Freeholders of Morris County, August 31, 1752 ~
               A List of the Several Freeholders in the County of Morris as fair as time would por'nt taken by
               Vertue of a Rule of the Supream Court by John Ford Sheriff of the County of Morris this
               thirteth first Day of August A Domi 1752
 

               A List of the Township of Roxberey as follows:

                                                                                    Richard Fansher    This is Richard 3 Fancher (William, Jr.2 , William 1 Fanshaw)

                                                                                                               Source: The Genealogical Magazine of New Jersey; Volume 16, Number 3, Whole No. 65; July 1941, published November 1942
                                                                                            

                                                                                              

                                                       Roxbury Township, Morris County Poll List 1776

                                                                                       Richd FANCHER                   Roxbury Twp.  May 1776, Poll List
                                                                                       William FANSHER                Roxbury Twp.  May 1776, Poll List

                                                                    Note: This is Captain Richard4  and William4 , two of the sons of Richard 3 Fancher (William, Jr.2 , William 1 Fanshaw) 
                                                                             No Fancher appears on the 1771 Roxbury Twp. Tax Lists.

                                                                                          Source: Early Substitute Census, information obtained from early Morris County,New Jersey ratable list, poll lists and Oath of Allegiance lists. 


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