In 1641 all males, aged 18 and above, were required to pledge their allegiance to the Church of England.

Lists were compiled consisting of the signatures or marks of those who did so.
Bowdon, WilliamGlanvill, JohnReddacliffe, John
Cake, JohnGlanvill, TristramReddacliffe, John
Cake, RogerGoodwin, ChristopherReddacliffe, Pasco
Cake, Roger gentHamlyn, RogerReddacliffe, Pasco
Cake, WilliamHarragres, WalterReddacliffe, Stephen
Chubb, JohnHarris, BartholomewReddacliffe, Stephen
Chubb, WilliamHarris, WilliamReddacliffe, William
Cole, HughHollack, ConstantineReddacliffe, William
Cole, JohnHollack, JohnRisdon, Roger
Cole, PascoHollack, StephenRisdon, William
Cole, PeterHollack, StephenSam, Roger
Cole, ThomasHollack, WilliamScobble, Roger
Cole, William gentHollacke, JohnScobble, William
Collyn, RobertHolmes, PeterSoper, Arthur
Coone, ConstantineHolmes, ThomasSoper, William
Coxworthy, SamuelHorwell, PeterSowton, William
Dodge, RogerJames, WilliamStandon, Arthur
Doidge, WilliamJope, WilliamStandon, John
Dunne, JohnKnight, EdmundStrong, John
Edgecombe, JohnKnight, WalterTaylor, Charles
Elford, HenryMacye, RichardTuddy, Stephen
Elford, JohnMaddaford, JohnTuddy, William
Elford, PeterNicholl, GeorgeWeslake, Stephen
Elford, PeterOliver, GeorgeWhite, John
Elford, SamuelPyke, JohnWhite, Richard
Flos, JohnPyke, PeterWilliams, John
Flos, RogerReddacliffe, JohnWilliams, Walter
Fursman, JohnReddacliffe, John 
Gill, JohnReddacliffe, John 
John Preston Parson John Reddacliffe Constable
Stephen Sowton Constable John Williams Churchwarden
(All the above names in the same hand)
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