Norfolk: Salthouse - 1792-1796 - Overseers' Payments
Salthouse 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 PD 23/13 and microform MF1625/8] containing the Overseers' accounts (1792-1809) of payments to the poor.
Note that not every item has been transcribed but most of those containing names have been extracted. More information can be found on the original where some names occur more than once.
Other accounts available
|- Churchwardens' Accounts -|
|- Overseers' Accounts -|
|- Land Tax Accounts -|
[The Salthouse History website (linked from the village page) contains more information on many of the above topics]
[Transcription copyright © Mike Bristow]
The Disbursements of Thomas Purdy & John Parsons Overseers of the Poor of the Parish of Salthouse in the County of Norfk from Easter 1792 to Michaelmas 1792.
|To Cash pd Ann Brown 26 weeks at 3s per Week||3/18/0|
|To Cash pd Widow Falker 26 weeks at 2s per Week||2/12/0|
|To Cash pd Mary Larner 26 weeks at 2/6 per Week||3/5/0|
|To Cash pd Widow Lewis 26 weeks at 1s per Week||1/6/0|
|To Cash pd Ann Lynn 26 weeks at 1s per Week||1/6/0|
|To Cash pd Jonathan Gogle 26 weeks at 1s per Week||1/6/0|
|To Cash pd Widow Platten 26 weeks at 1s per Week||1/6/0|
|Wade for Paying the Money||2/4|
|Apr||To A gown for Widow Phoher||7/-|
|To John Frost Furs [Furze] for Ann Brown||2/-|
|To Yarn for Mark Larner||5d|
|To Two shirts for Boy Mann||6/-|
|July||To 9000 Flags cutting||1/16/-|
|to Carriage of same||10/6|
|To Mr Mays bill for shoes||19/1|
|To Mr Jeckell Do||14/6|
|To Mr Daveys Do||11/-|
|To Ann Brown for Widow Phoker||5/-|
|To John Pains bill||5/11|
|pd Mary Bloom for Washing & Mending (for) the Boy Man||9/6|
The Disbursements of Thomas Purdy & John Parsons Overseers of the Poor from Michaelmas 1792 to Easter 1793.
|John Southgate 18 weeks at 2s per Week||1/16/-|
|To cash paid him when ill||6/-|
|To Girl Dybal 8 weeks at 1s per Week||8/-|
|To Ann Brown for Nursing Widow Phoker||3/-|
|To Carrying the Town Book to Norwich||3d|
|Oct 25th||To Cash paid at the Public House at the Town Meeting||5/-|
|Nov 5th||a Blanket for Widow Falker||6/-|
|To Jno Southgate for 40 Furz fagots Cutting||1/-|
|Jno Frost for Carriage of the above Furze||8d|
|Dec 3||paid Benjn Lynn's Bill for Town House||15/5|
|To Cash pd Ann Brown 11 weeks at 1s per Week||11/-|
|pd for Cloth & Yarn of Mark Larner||1/2|
|Feb 9||Pd Jno Cranefield for the Militia||1/-|
|Pd Widow Lewis for things for her Daughter||5/-|
|for Cloth for Mary Larners Children||3/10|
|Paid Quit rent and leet money for Town House||1/5½|
|Paid Baize for Girl Larner||2/9|
|Ann Brown for sitting up 6 nights with W. Phoker||3/-|
|Elizabeth Prat for 5 nights with W. Phoker||2/6|
|Woman Rice for 1 night with Do||6d|
|Paid for Bread Tea & when sitting up for the Woman||2/6|
|Paid for Laying her forth||2/-|
|Paid for Wool||1/8|
|Paid for Coffin||10/-|
|Paid for the Bearers||4/-|
|for the Clerk||2/6|
|Mr Massinghams bill for Boy Mann||11/6|
|Mary Bloom for Washing & Making for Do||7/6|
|for Duffel Coat & Making for Mark Larners||10/-|
|Mays bill for Do||11/10|
|2 Pairs Shoes for Mary Larners Children||5/-|
|for Cloth for Shirts for Mark Larner||8/-|
|Mary Larner Children when ill||8/-|
|paid Moys bill for Shoes||1/-/7|
|paid John Pains bill for shoes||4/3|
|paid Mary Larner when ill||3/6|
The Disbursements of Thomas Purdy & John Parsons Overseers of the Poor from Easter 1793 to Michaelmas 1793.
|Paid Dutch Doctor his bill||1/16/-|
|Paid Mr Leeds bill||1/10/6|
The Disbursements of Thomas Purdy & John Parsons Overseers of the Poor from Michaelmas 1793 to Easter 1794.
|James Ramm for Ale||5/-|
|Coals for Kew||1/10/-|
|for a spade for Kew||5/6|
|Mr Errits? bill||1/12/-|
|Woman Platten at Norwich 28 weeks at 1/3 per wk||1/15/-|
Note that name Kew appears in 1784 rates.
The Disbursements of Thomas Purdy & John Parsons Overseers of the Poor from Easter 1794 to Michaelmas 1794.
|pd Robert Spence (in) need||10/6|
|Thomas Betts need|
|Woman Starling need||3/-|
|Mrs Mays bill||15/10|
|Shirt for Boy Kew||2/5|
|Peter Burton for 2 Loads Flaggs
for Larner and Brown & Carriage
|Window Frame & Work at the Town House||3/-|
|pd Benjn Lynn for putting it in||10d|
|Paid Robert Spence for repairing Ann Browns Bedstead||6d|
|Mr Erratts Doctor Bill||5/5/-|
The Disbursements of Thomas Purdy & John Parsons Overseers of the Poor from Michaelmas 1794 to Easter 1795.
|Widow Moy 25 weeks|
|John Woodhouses examination||1/-|
|To Thomas Betts for salve||1/-|
|John Fuller need||3/-|
|A Hat by order of Mrs Ditchell for Boy Mann||1/2|
|Mr Jeckell for Boys Shoes Mending||4/6|
|Mr Wade for paying the Womans Money at Norwich||2/2|
The Disbursements of Thomas Purdy & John Parsons Overseers of the Poor from Easter 1795 to Michaelmas 1795.
|Journey to Holt with Widow Tinker & others||2/-|
|For raising a Man for his Majesty's Service||5/19/10½|
|Mr Anthony's bill||1/5/-|
|Mrs Newel's bill||4/6|
|Mrs Cubitt's bill||6/-|
|Mrs Bloomfields bill||9/3|
The Disbursements of Thomas Purdy & John Parsons Overseers of the Poor from Michaelmas 1795 to Easter 1796.
|Christopher Cock need|
Lewis/Arger/Brown - all in need
|John Paine for a pair of shoes for Girl Brown||3/6|
|Barbara Curson need||2/6|
|Coals for Mary Daniel||5/6|
|Mr Proudfoots bill||4/8/9|
|a Coffin for William Starling||11/-|
[End of Document]
- In other rate documents the following alternative spellings have been seen which appear to refer to the same people/places:-
Dybal/Dyball, Errits/Erratts (Dutch Doctor?), Falker/Phoker?, Gogle/Gogell, Jickells/Jeckell
See also the Salthouse parish page.
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