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Easingwold parish:

Easingwold, Benefactions transcription:

The Ann Duffield bequest in St. John's Church, Easingwold.


ANN DUFFIELD of EASINGWOLD, Gentlewoman, by her Will bearing date the seventh day of February: 1834, gave and bequeathed to the Poor of the Parish of Easingwold, one Hundred Pounds to be invested in the names of the MINISTER and CHURCH WARDENS of EASINGWOLD, for the time being on Government or real security: upon Trust to pay and apply the annual proceeds arising there from, in the purchase of BREAD, to be distributed weekly on every Sabbath-day; to such poor persons belonging to the said Parish of Easingwold as shall then and have usually attended divine service at the Parish-Church of Easingwold.

George Sigsworth, Churchwarden
Joseph Hobson, Churchwarden


Data transcribed by
Jack Parry.
from photography by Colin Hinson