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Harewood parish:

Harewood, Benefactions transcription:

The more donations for All Saints Church, Harewood.


Benefactions.
The Interest of £20 left by Michael Hawke of Hare wood, single man, in the year of our Lord, 1615. The interest of £20 left by Robt. Frank Esq of Alwoodley in the year of our Lord 1619. The Interest of £20 left by Stephen Harrison of Stubhouse in the year of our Lord 1620. The Interest of £5 left by Bridget Mallorie in the year of our Lord 1622. The Interest of £5 left by James Burnley of Burton Head, in the year of our Lord, 1636. The Interest of £5 donor's name not known. The above sums are left for the use of the Poor of the Parish of Harewood.

To the poor of the Township of Harewood, The Interest of £10, left by Charles Bateman of Hareood, in the year of our Lord, 1719.

To the poor of the Township of Weeston, 1 Close of ground called Wescoe Hill Close, lying at Wescoe Hill, left by Wm. Wade, in the year of our Lord, 1722, lets at £5 per annum.

To the poor of the Township of Weeton and Dun Keswick the sum of 20s. to be paid yearly out of the estate of Mr. Robert Midgely, lying at Weeton.

To the poor of the Township of East Keswick, 1 Moiety of certain lands and tenements, lying at Clifford and East Keswick. The whole now let at £12.5. per annum, left by Richard Dawson of Collingham in the year of our Lord, 1608


Data transcribed by
Lin Duke © 2015.
from photography by Colin Hinson