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Help and advice for Norfolk: Oxwick with Pattesley - 1811 - Charities

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Norfolk: Oxwick with Pattesley - 1811 - Charities

 

The following is extracted from the book :-
An Account of the Different CHARITIES
belonging to the POOR of the
County of Norfolk
Abridged from the Returns under Gilbert's Act,
to the House of Commons in 1786;
and from The Terriers
in the office of the Lord Bishop of Norwich
by Zachary Clark, 1811

[Transcription copyright © Mike Bristow]

OXWICK

(Launditch Hundred)

G. - Nicholas Dunham, in 1602, gave, by Will, an annual Payment of 3s. 4d. from Lands, vested in Thomas Case, Gent.

An Acre of Land, given by Nicholas Timperley, by Will, in 1672, which, with 4A. 1R. given by four persons whose names are unknown, produce together £4. 12s. This sum, vested in the Minister and Churchwardens, is distributed yearly to the Poor.

[End of Entry]


Notes

  • G. -- Indicates an abridged extract from GILBERT's Returns.
  • The acreage of land described above matches exactly that in the Terrier of 1747/48 contained in the Town Book.

See also the Oxwick with Pattesley parish page.

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February 2011