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Norfolk: Horstead with Stanninghall -

1726 - Churchwardens' Rate

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.

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]

Horstead with Stanninghall

A Rate made the 20 of April 1726 by the Church Wardens and Chief Inhabitants for the raysing (sic) of money for Repayrs of the Church and other Disbursements at the Rate of sixpence per £

   
[Occupiers] [Payments]
    £ / s / d
Geo Warren Esqr for Coll'g Lands 00/11/03
  more late Pightlings 00/14/00
  more late Mortimer 00/11/07½
  more late Gladding 00/01/00
Mr John Ayde 01/13/00
Mr Augn Rayley 01/01/00
  more late Childs 00/02/00
Peter Robarts Jnr 01/00/00
Mr Will Garrod for the Hall & Coll: 00/14/00
  more late Chapman 00/03/00
John Mayes 01/05/00
Saml Morley 00/12/06
Will Riall (*) 00/11/03
Mr Jn Wells late Roches 00/08/00
Peter Robarts Senr 00/10/06
  more for the 30 Akres (Acres) 00/02/03
  more for Keys heath 00/00/09
John Cannell 00/07/00
  more for Citty (City) Land 00/04/06
  more for Mr Ives's 00/11/00
John Empson 01/02/00
Mr Dixon 00/06/00
  more for Belows meadows 00/01/00
Will Lovick 00/07/06
Will: Allen 00/03/09
Francis Pearson 00/03/00
Thomas Skissen? 00/11/03
Will Hembsley 00/07/06
John Colman 00/01/00
Thos Amis 00/04/09
John Hewett 00/09/00
John Mays late Bells 00/01/06
   
   
Out Setters  
Thos Cubitt 00/02/00
Will Gedge 00/02/00
Mr Thos Watts 00/00/06
Nichs Riches 00/03/00
James Steele 00/00/06
 
£ 15/09/10½

 

 

[End of Document]


Notes

  • In other rate documents the following alternative spellings have been seen which appear to refer to the same people/places:-
    Amis/Amyss, Ayde/Ayd, Belows meadows/Belaugh Meadows, Bells/Betts?, Gladding/Gladden, Riall/Ryal/Royle, Skissen/Skiffen?/Skifsen
  • Coll'g = College
  • The valuation of Will Riall (Royal) at 6d/£ is £22 10s. The same valuation is used from 1730 onwards when he is paying specifically for the Mill.

See also the Horstead with Stanninghall parish page.

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January 2010