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Bicton Farm Accounts, etc. 1871-73

British Library - Add Mss BL Brockman Papers Add 42671 ff 1 - 35

Transcribed by Elizabeth Howard

Inventory and Valuation of Stock, Crop and Implements on the Bicton Home Farm as at December 31st 1871

1. Stock

1 Horses --------
Bay Horse " Bowler " 6 yrs old £35
Brown do "Captain " 12 yrs old 35
Black do " Smart " do 42
Black do " Damsel " 20 yrs old 7
Black Horse " Active " 17 yrs old 15
Do " Boxer" 15 yrs old 35
Do " Bounce" 10 yrs old 35
Chestnut Horse "Farmer" 18 yrs old 12
Do " Alexander" 18 yrs old 8
Brown Pony " Poll" 10 yrs old 20
Do "Shot" 15 yrs old 4
Three year old colt 25
Total for horses £ 273

11 Cattle --------
6 Grazing Oxen @ £28 168
4 do Steers @ £20 80
12 do Heifers @ £17 204
4 Cows in Calf @ £16 64
2 Three year old Heifers 26
2 Barren Heifers 27
3 Two year old Heifers 30
1 do Steer 11
5 Yearlings @ £7 35
1 Three year old Bull 25
2 Yearling Bulls 16
Total for Cattle 506

111 Sheep --------
107 Store Ewes @ 60/- 321
74 Fat Sheep @ 60/- 222
87 Ewe and Wether Hogs @ 42/- 182 14
3 Rams @ £5 15
Total for Sheep 740 14

1V Pigs -------
4 Pigs @ 50/- 10
Total for Stock 1529 14

11 Crop

1 Wheat
800 Bush of Wheat @ 7/6 300

11 Barley
1,000 Bush of Barley @ 4/6 225

111 Oats
100 Bush of Oats @ 3/- 15

1V Peas
100 Bush of Peas @ 6/ 30

V Hay
200 Seams of Hay @ 12/- 120
Total for Crop 690

111 Cider

90 Hogs @ 45/- 202 10
69 Pipes @ 10/- 34 10
81 Hogs @ 10/- 46 10
6 ¸ Hogs @ 5/- 1 10
Total for Cider 279

1V Implements

2 Racking Tubs @ 5/- 10
2 Cider Buckets @ 2/6 5
2 do Funnels @ 5/- 10
2 Pails @ 2/6 5
1 Press and Engine @ 8
5 Cider Sieves @ 10/- 2 10
400 Hurdle Gates @ 1/- 20
4 Turnip Cutters @ 50/- 10
21 Sheep Troughs @ 1/- 1 1
3 Sheep Racks @ 10/- 1 10
4 Boxes @ 2/6 10
1 Beam Scales and Weights 3
1 Cake Bruiser 1 10
1 Grass Seed Machine 10
2 Cross Cut Saws @ 7/6 15
16 Hay Rakes @ /6 8
16 Forks @ 1/3 1
2 Running Hooks @ 1/6 3
3 Manure Forks @ 2/6 7 6
6 Large Firkins @ 2/6 15
6 Small ditto @ 1/6 9
2 Seed Buckets @ 1/ 2
2 Butter and Wedges @ 2/6 5
1 Corn Screen 10
4 Pcck Measures @ 1/6 6
2 Thistle Pullers @ 2/ 4
3 Hampers @ 2/ 6
100 Corn Bags @ 2/ 10
2 Corn Barrows @ 10/ 1
2 ditto Shovels @ 2/ 4
Carry Forward 66 15 6 2498 14 0

Implements contd
7 Greeping Rakes @ 1/ 7
Slaughter House Trendle Gear etc 1
2 Step Ladders @ 4/6 9
1 Hall table and form 8
1 Winnowing machine 8
3 Barley Stamps @ ² 10
2 Winnowing Sheets @ 20/ 2
1 Reed Maker 2
1 Weighing Machine 2
1 Wood roller @ 60/ + 4 do @ 20/ 7
1 Stone ditto 2 10
1 Land Presser 13
3 Drags @10/ 1 10
1 Mangold Drill 5
1 Manure Distributor 9
1 Turnip Drill 12
1 Hay Turner 8
2 do Rakes @ £8 16
2 Wire Sieves @ 2/ 4
1 Tormentor 1
1 Grind Stone 1
1 Wood Horse 5
3 Wheel Carrous @ 5/ 15
4 Wagon lades and ropes 28
2 Timber carriages and chains 16
2 do cranes and do 5
8 Plough Scills 16
3 Harrows @15/ 2 5
4 Drags @20/ 4
1 Chain Harrow 3
Carry Forward 242.10.6 : 2498.14.0

6 Carts @ 80/ 24
1 Pony Cart and Harness 4
4 Ladders @ 10/ 2
7 Erresh Rakes @ 2/ 14
6 Bullock Yokes and Chains 6/ 1 16
1 Furrow Plough 10
2 Horse Hoes @ 30/ 3
1 Subsoil Plough 2 10
1 Trap and Harness 20
1 Cart Setter 2
12 Sets of String Harness @ 40/ 24
8 Sets of do Breecring @ 40/ 16
8 do Plough do @ 5/ 2
3 Corn Bins @ 3/ 9
5 Pails @ 1/6 7 6
10 Halters @ 1/ 10
1 Saddle and Bridle 2
3 Hay Knires 9
1 Ring of Bells 5
1 Pair of Plough Reins 4
3 Iron Bars @ 5/ 15
1 Steel Yard 10
Total for Implements 348 12
Total of Inventory 2847.6.0.

Error in 1870 account for Hay Rake 8

Total to correspond with farm acct 2855.6.0.

Account of Receipts and Payments by Philip Sanders as Bailiff of Bicton Home Farm
belonging to the Hon Mark G K Rolle for the year ending 31st Dec 1871

Receipts

1. Sums received for Stock

1 For Cattle
Jan 18th Received from John Walters for 4 Bullocks 108
June 1st do from do for 1 Heifer 19
June 22nd do from F Patch for 2 Heifers 40
July 19th do from do 1 Heifer 15
July 24th do from W Williams for 1 Heifer 18 10
Oct 10th do from J Walters do 4 Heifers 88
Oct 11th do from F Patch do 2 Heifers 39
Nov 1st do from do 2 do 40
Sum £ 367 10

11 For Sheep
Jan 9th Received from J Sanders for 40 sheep @£2.11.0 118. 0.
Feb 11th do from J Walters do 13 do @ 51/ 33 3
May 10th do do W Sellex do 10 @ 52/ 26
May 15th do F Patch do 10 do @ 54/ 27
June 12th do do do 10 @ 54/ 27
June 26th do do do 10 @ 50/ 25
July 25th do W Sellex do do 6 @ 49/ 14 14
Aug 1st do F Patch do do 6 @ 50/ 15
Aug 15th do W Copplestone do 1 Ram 5
Aug 17th do W Dean do 1 Ram 5
Sept 25th do F Patch do do 1 Sheep 2 5
Sum £ 298 2

111 For Pigs
Feb 24th Received from W Palfrey for 3 Pigs 18 5
Mar 10th do J West do 3 Pigs 17 6
July 13th do F Patch for 3 Pigs 9 4
Aug 28th do do do do 3 Pigs 11 8
Sum £ 56 5
Carry Forward 721 17

11 Sums received for Farm Produce sold

1 Wheat
Jan 10th Received from J Tedbury for 133 Bush.@ 6/9 44 17 9
Feb 16th do C Wheaton 8 do @ 7/ 2 16
Feb 27th do J Tedbury do 152 do @ 6/6 44 8
May 11th do do do 119 do @ 7/6 44 12 6
June 19th do do do do 147 do @ 7/9 56 19 3
Sept 11th do do do do 102 do @ 7/6 36 19 6
Dec 23rd do do do do Mr Buller do @ 7/6 7 10
Sum £ 243 3

11 Oats
Mar 14th Received from Mr Kemp for 10 Bush.@ 3/3 1 12 6
May 9th do do do do 10 do @ 3/6 1 15
Sept 21st do do do do 17 do @ 3/1 2 12 5
Dec 6th do do do do 26 do @ 3/ 3 18
Sum £ 9 17 11

111 Barley
Mar 24th Received from Mr Buller for 76 Bush. @ 4/6 17 2
Mar 28th do J Pardridge do 48 do @ 5/ 12
Mar 31st do J Tucker do 25 do @ 4/6 5 12 6
Apl 24th do J Millyard do 3 do @ 4/6 13 6
May 1st do W Western do 70 do @ 4/10 16 18 4
Nov 11th do R Dunning do 175 do @ 4/8 40 16 8
Dec 6th do Mr Kemp do 5 do @ 4/6 1 2 6
Dec 23rd do J Dunning do 133 do @ 4/6 29 18 6
Dec 23rd do W Robins do 24 do @ 4/6 5 8
Sum £ 129 12

1V Pease
Feb 9th Received from John Carter for 4 Bush. @ 6/ 1 4
Sum £ 1 4
Sum of Branch 11 £383 16 11

111. Sums received for Wool sold
Oct 3rd Received from Mr Upcott for 9 Packs & 10lbs@1/4d 144.13.4

1V Sums received for Firewood sold
Recieved from Jas Bickley and others 2 11
Carry Forward 1252 18 3

V Sums received for Butter, Eggs and Poultry sold
Jan Sums received for ditto during this month 1 2 4
Feb do 2 7 6
March do 1 10
April do 1 13 4
May do 1 12 6
June do 1 13
July do 1 7 5
Aug do 3 3 6
Sept do 3 6 2
Oct do 1 13 4
Nov do 1 3 10
Dec do 3 13 6
Sum of Branch V 23 17 3

V1 Sums received for Cider sold
Feb 11th Received from C Mackdonald for 11 H`hds 1 10
Feb 13th do J Walters 11 do 1 10
March 22nd do W Harris ¸ do 15
April 22nd do Chas Combes 1 do 1 10
June 26th do John Walters 2 do 3
June 27th do C Mackdonald 1 do 1 10
July 8th do W Harris ¸ do 15
Oct 7th do W Harris ¸ do 15
Sum of Branch V1 11 5

V11 Miscellaneous
April 20th Received from Mr Kemp for 3lbs mangold seed 4 8
May 9th do do do do
Oct 3rd do do Mr Lipscomb for thrashing barley 1 5
Oct 3rd do do W Breuer for Ploughs 8
Oct 16th do do Mr Lipscomb for carriage of barley 10
Dec 30th do various parties for service of cows 7 15
Sum of Branch V11 10 2 6
Total cash receipts £1209 3

Add Value of Provender supplied to Deer in Bicton Park and Cartage et
Dec 31 Value of Provender supplied during 1871 and Cartage 174 13 6
Do do of Cartage and Labour for Estate Improvements 246 1 5
Do do of John Priddis ` pension 6 10
Sum £ 427 4 11

Value of Stock, Crop and Implements at Jan 1st 1872 2855 16
Do do at Jan 1st 1871 2536 17 6
Increase at Jan 1st 1872 316 18 6
Gross Proceeds for Year ending Dec 1871 2042 6 5

Payments

1 Sums paid for Live Stock Purchases

1 Cattle
Feb 15th Paid R Greenslade for 3 Heifers 28
Mar 20th Paid Jas Hussey for 4 Heifers 40 15
Apl 21st Paid John Brickley for 5 Heifers 61 10
May 5th Paid R H Pidsley for 1 Heifer 9 12 6
July 3rd Paid J Tucker for 1 Heifer 12
Sept 25th Paid Sam Clapp for 1 Heifer 53 15
Oct 18th Paid John Whitton for 2 Heifers 29
Oct 18th Paid J Brewer for (blank) 17
Oct 26th Paid Geo Fair for do 29
Oct 26th Paid H Goddard for do 34 10
Nov 21st Paid J Hussey for do 11 5
Dec 4th Paid A Chorn for do 30
Sum £ 356 7 6

11 Horses
July 3rd Paid Geo Jefferys for Black Cart Mare 42

111 Sheep
Nov 17th Paid Zach Paul for 30 sheep at 51/ 76 10

1V Pigs
March 22nd Paid Thos Elliott for 3 pigs @ 14/ 2 2
March 28th Paid Carline Hayman for 3 pigs @ 12/ 1 15
Oct 4th Paid Thos Elliott for 4 pigs @ 13/ 2 12
Sum 6 10
Sum of Branch 11 481 7 6

11 Sums paid for Provender and Seeds purchased

1 Hay
Mar 6th Paid J Millyard for 7 Seams @ 25/ 8 15
April 28th Paid Jas Reynolds for (blank) 81 10

11 Oats
Sums paid for Provender and Seeds
Feb 24th Paid Jas Burgoin for Oats 36 15
Mar 31st do do do 100 bush @ 3/3 16 5
Mar 31st do do do 120 do @ 3/6 21
June 2nd do do do 18 5
Nov 17th do do do 23 15
Nov 24th do do do 120 do @ 3/ 18
Dec 15th do do do 100 do @ 3/ 15
Dec 20th do do do 121 do @ 3/ 18 3
Sum 167 3

111 Seeds
April 6th Paid Messres Lutley for Grass Seeds 27 6 2
July 7th do Thos Ackland do 15
Aug 4th do W Coker for Turnip seed 1 11 6
Aug 4th do R Griffin do 15
Nov 29th do Jas Harris do 18
Sum 31 5 8

1V Turnips
Feb 9th Paid Jas Tedbury for Turnips 5 10
Sum of Branch 11 294 3 8

111 Improvements and Repairs
Jan 19th Paid OC Tedbury for Dressing Mill 1 0 0
July 30th do Isac.Hallett for Harness Bill 1 14 5
Dec 30th do do do do do 4 17 8
Dec 30th do William Huxtable 1 16
Sum of Branch 111 9 6 1

1V Sums paid for Manure and Lime purchased
June 16th Paid Messres Ward and co for Guano 53 16 6
June 16th do do Vivian and co do 7 5
June 16th do Geo Forster do 14 9
Aug 21st do W Laurence for Lime and Coal 17 13
Sept 15th do Messrs Ward and co do 30 6
Sept 15th do Edwin Elford do 19 16
Sept 23rd do J Chown for Ashes 19 3
Oct 2nd do Jas Carter do 2 4
Nov 17th do Ward and Co for Oil Cake 7 9
Dec 30th do W Lawrence for Lime 8 3
Sum of Branch 1V 155 3 2

V Sums paid for Malt and Hops purchased
Nov 17th Paid Messrs Lutley and Brunt 1 18 6
Dec 13th do Jas Dunning for Malt 2
Sum of Branch V 3 18 6

V1 Labourers Wages
Jan Paid Labourers Wages during this month 26 5 11
Feb do do do do 23 13 6
March do do do do 25 19 3
April do do do do 22 16 1
May do do do do 24 10 4
June do do do do 24 13 3
July do do do do 35 12 3
Aug do do do do 38 1 10
Sept do do do do 31 0 3
Oct do do do do 22 14
Nov do do do do 25 11 1
Dec do do do do 35 0 2
Feb 11th do Isaac Burrow for Drilling Corn 1 18 8
Apl 29th do do do do 4 3 4
Sept 1st do H Wells for Cutting Corn 2 3 9
Oct 31st do Geo Casely for Thatching Rick 1 17 6
Nov 17th do Packing wool 12
Dec 30th do Thos Hart for Ploughing 1 6
Sum of Branch V1 348 1 2

V11 Management and Travelling Expenses
1871 P Sanders one years salary 100
1871 Travelling expenses for the year 8 12
1871 Dan Potter do 4 14 5
1871 Pocket Book 3 6
1871 Receipt and Postage Stamps 1
Sum of Branch V11 114 9 11

V111 Miscellaneous Payments
Jan 20th Paid for a Licence for 3 dogs 15
Feb 11th do a Drover 3
Feb 15th do do 2
Mar 21st do do 2 6
Mar 31st do Newton Fair and Drover 3 6
Apl 28th do Jas Reynolds 81 10
Apl 1st do Geo Casely for Corn Mawls 4 Apl 14th do John Reid for 23 Apple Trees 3 9
May 5th do Drover 2 6
June 23rd do Parnell and sons of Rick Cover 2
June 23rd do Day, son and Hewit, for Oils etc 2
Aug 15th do Spirit for Farmers 1 5
Aug 15th do Victuals for Machine Man 10
Sept 15th do Garton and King 10 6
Oct 18th do Newton Fair - Drover 6
Oct 26th do Bampton Fair etc 1 18
Nov 22nd do Blistering Horse 8 6
Dec 15th do Geo Huggins Dreys 1 16 8
Dec 22nd do Underhill for Nose Bags 18
Dec 28th do Holman and Ham 4 9 7
Dec 30th do Thos Till 3 6
Dec 30th do John Gosling for Shoeing 3 6
Dec 30th do Messrs Thomas and Co 2 13 6
Dec 30th do Messrs Garton and King 18 9
Dec 30th do Matthew Hean 14 6
Dec 30th do Insurance 3 6 9
Sum of Branch V111 32 6 9
Total Cash Payments 1438 18 9

Add Value of Burdens upon Home Farms
1871 borne by the Estate
Dec 31st Value of repairs to Buildings and Implements
And shoeing of Horses and done by the estate 40
Dec 31st Amount of Rates and Taxes paid by the estate 50
Dec 31st do of Tithes do 75
Dec 31st do Drainage Interest on £228 17
Sum 182

Total Outgoings in connexion with Farm 1620 18 9
General Statement of Profit
Total Proceeds for year ending 31st Dec 1871 2042 6 5
Total Outgoings do do 1620 18 9
421 7 8
Annual Value of Farms subject to Rates, Taxes 463
Interest on Capital invested in Stock, Implements
Etc, say £2, 000 @ 5 per cent 100
Sum 563
Loss 141 12 4
Cash Loss

Total Cash Paid by Bailiff during year ending Dec 1871 1438 18 9
Do Received do do 1298 3
Balance 140 15 9

1871 Apl 20th Cash received by Steward from Bailiff 120
Dec 30th do do 20 15 9
Sum 140 15 9

Copy of Bill - Dumfries Jan 19th 1872

Bought of Thomas Kennedy and Co, Seedsmen, Nurserymen and Florists,
Alexander Tweedie, Newbigging, and Robert Cowan, Sole Partners

50, 000 Scotch Firs 2 yr old 2yr transp`d selected @ 12/ 30
15, 000 Larch do 2yr transp`d selected @ 18/ 13 10
20, 000 Norway Spruce do do @ 12/ 12
5, 000 Silver Firs strong do @ 20/ 5
10, 000 Oaks 1 yr twice transplanted, 18 inches, selected 15/ 7 10
68
Per Rails thro`rate contained in 4 trucks weighing 6 ton, 3 cwt
@ 70/ per ton to Ottery Road Station
Hawkland 3 cornered Plantation

The Plant Bill £68 :- The Carriage of Plants from Dumfries to Ottery Road Station
(6 tons 3 swt @70 per ton) £21 11 6 making £89 11 6 in all, and making
The plants average 18/ per 1, 000. They were planted 3 ¸ feet apart or there-
Abouts, or 3, 500 to the acre, therefore the plants cost £3.3. Per acre.
The Fence at the road side cost (83 rods of 5 ¸ yds @ 3/3) 13 9 9
Levelling the old road side hedge 84 rods of 5 ¸ yds @ 1/6 6 6
Surface drains cutting off Furze Heather etc 5
Making Pits and planting 6 2
The area was 9 acres therefore the plants cost 28 7
Total cost 59 4 9
Cost per acre 6 11 8

A Table for Planter, showing the number of trees required per Imperial acre,
From 1 - 30 feet distance between each Plant.
Distance 1 ft number (req`d) 43, 560...............>>> 30ft number (req`d) 48
Cost per 1, 000 of Firs, Oaks, and the Planting of them

Drainage executed under the Lands Improvement Company Act on the Estate of Bicton.

The Property of the Honourable Mark George Kerr Rolle.
In the parish of Aylesbeare, East Budleigh, Colaton Raleigh,
Littleham and Woodbury In the county of Devon.

[There follows two spreadsheets of information including the occupier`s name, the field number,
acreage of the field and the acreage drained, the length and depth of the drains, the
cost per rod, cost of a days work, costs and description of materials used, cost of supervision,
cost of engineering, overall cost per acre, and a description of the soil. Each of
these columns is densely packed with information which is irrelevant to a genealogist but
could be of use to a village historian, it has been decided to omit the complicated spreadsheet
with the exception of the name and address of the occupant and field acreage.]


F S Hern (late S Landrey) Pilehayes Farm, Woodbury, 14 acres 2 rods, total cost £8 6 9, Oct `72
Henry Brice, Ford Farm, Woodbury, 7 acres 1 rod, total cost £8 16 6d date Oct, 72
Henry Rew, Portlake, Woodbury, 8 acres, 1 rod, 5 poles, total cost £7 17 2, Oct, 72
Henry Vele, Bagmores, Woodbury, 5 acres 1 rod, 36 poles, total cost £4 17 1 Nov, 72
A G Havill, Mallocks Farm, Woodbury, 13 acres, 11 poles, total cost £7 4 8, Jan, 73
Richard Kenwood, Scotts moor, Woodbury, 8 acres, 3 rods, 12 poles, total cost, £6 13 10, Dec`72
J S Lindsey, Webbers, Woodbury, 13 acres, 39 poles, total cost £6 5 11, Nov, 72
F S Hern (late S Landrey) Pilehayes Farm, Woodbury, 11 acres, 3 rods, 28 poles, total cost £7 8 2, Feb, 73
R Furse (late F Hern) Larkhayes, Woodbury, 2 acres, total cost £7 7 3, Dec, 72
H Hallett, Green Farm, Littleham, 8 acres, 3 rods, total cost £6 17 4, Feb, 73
J Bastin, West Down, Littleham, 18 acres, 20 poles, total cost £7 12 3, Jan & Feb, 72
Allotment Field, formerly Sparkhays, Woodbury, 7 acres, total cost £10 12 8, Mar`72
Richard Knott (late Richard Smith) Pinelay, Woodbury, 21 acres, 39 poles, total cost £7 3 2, Dec & Jan 1872/73
Henry Brice, Ford Farm, Woodbury, 4 acres 20 poles, total cost £8 18 11, Feb, 72
F Nicks, Woodmanton, Woodbury, 3 acres, 3 rods, 15 poles, total cost £8 6 4, Dec, 72
Richard Full (late Henry Leat) East Budleigh, 24 acres, 2 rods, 9 poles, total cost £8 7 8, March 1872
F Tilke, Prupre? Preese Farm Colaton Raleigh, 119 acres, 1 rod, total cost £8 6 4, Apl to July 1873.

[There follows two pages of Abstract of Bicton Estate Accounts for year ending Dec 31st
1873.........there are lists of receipts and payments but with only the few details of a balance in
the bank at Jan 1st 1873, of £1, 575. 13s ; Balance in hand £356 5s 11d ; Rack Rents due Lady
Day 1873 £19, 974 8s 6d ; Rack Rents due Lady Day 1874 £5, 805 13s 5d, Increased £700 ;
Converted rents, Aylsebeare £12 4s 6d ; do Bicton £86 17s 9d. Nothing further is shown on either of
the two pages.]

Bicton Workmen`s Time and Pay sheet from 18th - 30th Aug 1873.

[The sheet is in column form with Names, and then the days between 18th and 30th Aug, as follows :-]

Robert Uglow, 14days, Monday 18th - Saturday 30th, Jobbing.

[Further down the same page is the date Sept 1872 and below that]

?Israel Potter, 2s 2d, 6 days, 23rd Dragging, 24th and 25th Ploughing, 26th Threshing, 27th Drawing Stones?

[The entered information then changes to]

Dec 16th Drawing Dung, do 17th, do 18th, Drawing Clay, 19th, Dotton for ?, do 21st.
Francis Miller, 2s 2d, 5 days, as above
William Sanders, 2s 2d, 5 days as above
Francis Hitt, 1s 10d, 6 days as above
William Bedford, 2s 0d, 6 days as above
James Bickly, 1s 8d, 6 days as above
? Skinner, 1s 10d, 6 days as above
? Parr, ?, 3 days as above
James ? Farrant?, 1s 10d, 3 days as above
Charles Robbins, 1s 10d, 4 days as above
Robert Carter, 1s 10d, ? Days as above
L ?? Pain, 1s 10d, 6 days as above
Edward? Carter, ?, 6 days as above

[The next page is untitled and unfinished]

Clerk of the Works £ s d
Robert Kingdom per annum 100 . .
Office Clerk
John Millyard per annum 100 . .
Carpenters
Robert Ugler 14 days, 3/6 2 9.
John Gale 12 days 3/ 1 16.
James Gale 12 days 2/8 1 12
James Evans 14 days 2/6 1 15.
Masons
George Westcott 14 days 3/ 2 2
John Willmott 14 days 2/8 1 17 4
Robert Pile 6 days 2/6 15
Charles Knowles 14 days 2/ 1 8
Painters
Edmond Richards 14 days 3/ 2 2
Elias Bolt 11 days 2/4 1 5 8
Blacksmiths
Thomas Gosling 12 days 3/ 1 16
John Vinicombe 12 days 2/6 1 10
Estate Labourers
James Parsons 14 days 2/ 1 8
Charles Tucker 12 days 1/10 1 2
James Farrant 13 days 1/10 1 3 10
Stephen Hart 14 days 1s 4d 18 8