Bulmer wapentake. - Population, 605, vide Bossall; Chapel-room, 100 *2; Net value, vide Bossall.
Patrons, the Dean and Chapter of Durham.
Valued in 1818, at £122. 17s. 2d. per annum.
An Inclosure Act was passed 46th Geo. III.
In 1818, a return was made that the glebe house was fit for residence. No return in 1834.
Register Books, vide Bossall.
Thomas Fisher's charity, by will, dated 10th November 1700. rent charge of 5s. per annum to the poor, on the anniversary of his burial.
Robert Hungate's charity, by will, dated 24th July 1619. rent charge of 20s. per annum, for and towards the easement of the poorer sort of inhabitants in any cessments which should from time to time yearly accrue.
John Read, Esq.'s charity, by will, dated 26th September 1763. rent charge of 30s. per annum, at Christmas, among such six poor persons as the possessor of his estate (at the time of the Report, the Rev. T. C. R. Read) should think the greatest objects of charity.
Henry Bullock's charity, by will (date not given). Interest of £5 to the poor, and distributed with the sacrament-money.
TOWNSHIPS OF SAND HUTTON AND CLAXTON.
John Graves's charity, by will, dated 12th August 1770. rent charge of 2s. per annum- 1s. to the poor of Claxton, and 1s. to the poor of Sand Hutton, on St. John's day. -Vide 8th Report, page 707.
Post direction, Lobster House, near York.
Torre's MS., page 425. Abp. Sharp's MS., vol. iii. page 16. Bawdwen's Domesday Book (Hottone), page 201. Burton's Monasticon, page 280.
*1 Alias Overgate Sutton.
*2 90 free sittings were obtained under a grant of £50 from the Society. -In 1818, the Chapel-room was returned at 1,300.