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Stillington parish:

Stillington, Benefactions transcription:

The first list of Benefactions in St. Nicholas's Church, Stillington.

Benefactions Left to the
Poor of the Parish of
Stillington for ever.
1654 Jane Rawden Left a Cottage, House & Yard value £0.8s to the Poor of the Parish of Stillington, with a common, share Containing Seventeen Acres & Six Perches, upon West Moor

1715 William Cook, left to the Poor of the Parish of Stillington, Five Shillings to be paid every Saint Thomas Day, by Thomas Young, out of his Allotment on the Roobers, on the East side of Sand Pitt.

1715 Alice Cook, left to the Poor Women of The Parish of Stillington Five Shillings, to be paid 5s every Saint Thomas Day by William Marton out of his Allotment on the Roobers on the West side of Sand Pitt.

Data transcribed by
Jack Parry.
from photography by Colin Hinson