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Norfolk: Horstead with Stanninghall -

1765-1777 - Churchwardens' Payments

Horstead with Stanninghall raised money at various times, to either support its poor (from the Overseers' Rate) or to pay for other parish expenses (from the Churchwardens' Rate). This rate was levied on the occupiers (who may not have owned the land) and based upon the value of the property (which was usually a rental valuation). Both occupiers and owners are found living in and outside the parish.

For more information on these records see the Parish Accounts page.


This is one item from a Norfolk Record Office document [with the reference NRS 18386, 33B7 and microform MF 1795/205-289] containing the Churchwardens' accounts book for 1724-1803.

Note that only extracts have been transcribed but this includes most items which mention surnames. Common events eg. bread/wine, some non-specific trade bills etc. have for the most part been excluded.

Other accounts available

           
- Churchwardens' Accounts -  
Rates 1726 1739-41 1757-58 1775-76 1803-05
  1819-20  
Payments 1724-37 1737-61 1765-77 1779-1803  
   
- Land Tax Accounts -  
Payments 1800-01 1805-06  

 

[Transcription copyright © Mike Bristow]

The Disbursements of Henry Palmer Watts and John Pike the Churchwardens.

Date [Disbursements] £/s/d
Michaelmas 1765
- Lady Day 1767
   
  Paid St(ephen) Hammonds Bricklayers Bill 6/17/1½
  Mr Pank's Bill 10/7½
  Mr Ansell's Glaziers Bill 1/8
Lady Day 1767
- Michaelmas 1768
   
  Deacon 1½ day Work 1/9 Beer 4½ 2/1½
  (Pd) R. Chalders's 7/11
Michaelmas 1768
- Michaelmas 1769
   
  Two locks for the Church Yard Gates 2/-
  Richd Chalders for a step, & new Pales 3/-
Michaelmas 1770
- Michaelmas 1771
   
  Mr Seamans bill for 1000 small Tile 16/-
  Mr Jas Steel's bill for Oil & Tars? 8/10
  Mr T Fullers bill for Lime & Sand 9/6
Michaelmas 1771
- Michaelmas 1773
   
  General 4s 6d Apparitor 1s 5/6
  Journy 1s 6d Mr Slipper the Gardner for 2½
days Work in the Church Yard 5/-
6/6
  Gravel 3s Carriage of Do 24s 1/7/-
  Deacon & Woodhouse for Labor 6/6
  Carriage of Tyles from Blofield 1½ days 12/-
  Mr Steels Bill for Brushes & 3/3
  Mr Hammonds Bricklayers 2 Bills 11/8/11
  Mr John Neve Carpenter 2 Bills 7/9/5¾
  Balance of Mr Ansells (Glazier and Plumber)
Bill after deducting the old Lead
10/17/7½
  Mr Pank's (Blacksmith) Bill 16/9½
  Mr Fuller's Limeburners Bill 1/3/10
  Mr Seaman's (Brickman) Bill 1/8/5
  Mr Reynolds at the Serjeant Bill for Workmens allowance (see Note 2) 1/19/4½
  J Smith making Rates & entering Accts 5/-
Michaelmas 1773
- Michaelmas 1774
   
  Mary Chalders for cleaning the Church 2 years 7/-
  Mr Slipper 2/-
  John Rolf's Bricklayers Bills 8/18/2

The Disbursements of Thos John Batchelor Esqr and Mr John Pike the Churchwardens.

Date [Disbursements] £/s/d
Michaelmas 1774
- Michaelmas 1775
   
  Visitors 3s 6d Mr Hardy for Bricks and Pavements 1/3/6
  Mr Whistler's parriters Bill 1/9/9
  Mr John Neve carpenters 1/13/10
  Mr Panke Blacksmiths Bill 4/-½
  Mr John Spendlove for Ropes 3/6
Michaelmas 1776
- Michaelmas 1777
   
  Not Collected of the Revd Mr Hanmer 1/4
  Richd Chalders for mending the Bell Wheel 2/-
  Mr Thomas Fuller Bill for Lime and Sand 6/6/6
  Mr John Neve the Carpenter Bill 6/16/9
  Mr Seamans bill for Bricks 19/-/6
  Mr Stephen Hammond Bricklayers Bill 17/3/8
  Mr Panke's Blacksmith Bill 11/2
  Mr Pike's Bill for Carriage 2/17/2
  Mr Spooner Nash for Do 1/2/-

 

 

[End of Document]


Notes

  • 1. In other rate documents the following alternative spellings have been seen which appear to refer to the same people/places:-
    Panke/Pank
  • 2. Mr Reynolds at the "Recruiting Serjeant" Public House.

See also the Horstead with Stanninghall parish page.

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January 2010