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Norfolk: Salthouse - 1782-1784 - Churchwardens' Rate

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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 23/11 and microform MF 1625/6] containing the Churchwardens' accounts book for 1742-1813.

Other accounts available

           
- Churchwardens' Accounts - 
Rates 1742 1762 1782 1782-1784 
Payments 1721-1749 1750-1782 
- Overseers' Accounts - 
Rates 1796 
Payments 1792-1796 1796-1801 
- Land Tax Accounts - 
Payments 1767 1801-02 

[The Salthouse History website (linked from the village page) contains more information on many of the above topics]

[Transcription copyright © Mike Bristow]

A Rate made by Mr Thomas Purdy Churchwarden of the Parish of Salthouse for the repairs of the Church from Michs 1782 to Michs 1784 at 9d per £

           
Valuation   Amount
  £   s [Occupiers' Names]   £   s d
147   0 Mr Thomas Purdy for the Farm   5 10 3
10   0   Do for the Mash Malthouse     7 6
10   0   Do for the Upper Malthouse     7 6
  6     Do for his Tenent Holley     4 6
105
{ 70
{ 35
  0
  0
  0
Mr George Bussey
    Mr Ditchell for Busseys
    Mrs Hipkins for other part
  3
 
 
18
 
 
9
 
 
99   Mr John Parsons for James Hardy   3 14 3
  9 15 James Ramm for Mitchell     7
11 10   Do Ramm for Liwes's Farm     8
  2   Christopher Cock     1 6
  2   William Saddler     1 6
  2   Edmd Feild     1 6
  2   Benjamin Hoy     1 6
  1 10 Thomas Betts     1
  1 10 Mrs Pigg     1
  1     Do Pigg     9
  1   Miss Stanforth (Empty)     9
  8   Samuel Juler (Robt Pane)     6 0
  1 10   Do Juler for Johnsons Land     1
  1 10 Edward Hunt     1
  1 10   Do Hunt for Griggs     1
  1 10 Griggs     1
  3   Thomas Platten     2 3
  2   Laycock Moys     1 6
  1 10   Do Moy for Tenent Kew? (Empty)     1
  2   Dixes House (Kew)     1 6
  2   Robert Paine (Empty)     1 6
  5   0 William Lown     3 9
  1 10   Do Lown for his Own Land     1
  1 10 Widow Bunton     1
  5 10 Philip Pratt  
  2 10 Pyles House Symonds (Larner)     1 10½
  1 10 Ann Olley     1
  3   John Cranefield     2 3
  3   John Paine     2 3
  2   Mrs Abram (R Starling)     1 6
  1     Do for the Pightle     9
  1 10 Edmund Freeman (A Lynn)     1
  2   5 Benjamin Lynn     1

 
466   0 Carried Forward 17   9 6
      
  0   5 John Paine for Lynns Pightle    
  2   5 John Newell for Southgates Land     1
  3 10 Robert Howard (R Keymer)     2
  2   Robert Spence {   1 6
  1     Do {   9
      
      
  2 10 Thomas Girdlestone     1 10½
  1   Widow Folker     9
  2 10 John Daniel     1 10½
  6   Robert Keymer {   4 6
15     Do for the North Side { 11 3
      
      
  2
  1
  Colmans House (F? Mack)
  Do Colmans (F. Mann)
{
{
  1
 
6
9
      
  1 10 Mr Mays     1
  3   Fenn Lewis     2 3
  2 10 Mr Matthews for Mason     1 10½
  1 15 Mr Bussee's Old Farm House     1
  1 10   Do     1
  1 10   Do     1
  2   Burton for Starling     1 6
  2   Mrs Moy     1 6
  2 10 William Tinker     1 10½
  3   Mr Coopers House (Wm Dix)     2 3
  3 10 Thomas Matthews for Lown     2
  1   William Lown     9
  3 10 John Cawston     2
  3   5 John Spence     2
  1 10 John Frost     1
      
    Out Setters  
19 10 Mr Marsham Purdy   14
15   0 Charles Starling for Salthouse Manner [Manor]   11 3

 
573 10 Carried Forward 21 10
    Stock in Hand   11
   
    Total of the Rate & Stock 22   1
    The Overseers Disbursements 19   5
   
    The Stock in Hand when the Rate
is Collected
  2 15
   

 

 

[End of Document]


Notes

  • In other rate documents the following alternative spellings have been seen which appear to refer to the same people/places:-
    Bussey/Bussy/Bussee, Ditchell/Dichal, Hipkins/Hipkens, Mash/Marsh, Paine/Payn, Pyles/Piles

See also the Salthouse parish page.

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Copyright © Mike Bristow.
January 2010