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Gisburn parish:

Gisburn, Donations transcription:

The list of Donations in St. Mary's Church, Gisburn.


     DONATIONS

Matthew CORE, born at Gisburn
Cotes, gave Forty shillings yearly forever to the
Poor of Grange meer and Gisburne to be paid
out of the profits of four fields with the
Grounds belonging to Gisburne Cotes.
Richard BROWN, late of Gisburne, gave
Twenty shillings yearly for ever to the Poor of
Gisburne.
Christopher BROWN, late of Paythorn,
gave Twenty shillings yearly for ever to be paid
out of the profits of Windypike Estate and equally
distributed between the Poor of Gisburne and
the Poor of Paythorne.
Richard DANSOR, late of Gisburne, gave Five
shillings yearly for ever to the Poor of Gisburne
Thomas HALSTEAD, late of Gisburne, gave Twenty
Pounds to the School and Ten Pounds to the Poor of
Gisburne; the interest thereof to be paid yearly for ever.
James ELLILL, late of Gisburne, gave Five Pounds to
the Poor of Gisburne; the interest thereof to be paid
yearly for ever.
William TIPPING, late of Gisburne, gave Eight
Hundred Pounds to the Poor of Gisburne; the interest
thereof to be paid yearly for ever.
William STANLEY, late of Gisburne, gave Two
Hundred Pounds to the School of Gisburne, the
interest thereof to be paid yearly for ever.


Data transcribed by
Patricia Hayward
from photography by Colin Hinson