Morley wapentake. -Population, 10,782, vide Bradford; Chapel-room, 500 *1; Net value, £99. -Consecrated 1st July 1809.
Patron, the Vicar of Bradford.
Valued, in 1818, at £44 per annum.
Augmented, in 1810, with £200; in 1812, with £1,000 from the Parliamentary grant ; in 1817, with £600, and, in 1821, with £200, both from the same grant-by lot.
No glebe house.
The Register Books for baptisms and burials commence in 1808.
John Ashton's charity, by will, dated 4th August 1712. Rent of nine acres of land, and three houses, for the use of the aged and necessitous poor of the town of Horton.
Free Grammar School, founded by Christopher Scott, by will, dated 4th October, 13th Charles I. The schoolmaster to be of one of the Universities, and the children to be instructed in Greek and Latin. Endowed with 45a. of land, subject to a debt of £100. The master receives a salary of £60 per annum. The school is not now considered to be a classical one, and about 200 children attend it.
Abraham Kitchin's charity, by deed, dated 15th April 1644. Annuity of 10s. to the poor out of premises at Whinney Hill, in Oxenhope, now or lately belonging to Mr. James Feather.
David Midgley's charity, by will, dated 5th March 1723. A charge upon an estate at Withins of the expense of clothing ten poor boys and girls annually.
Stanbury School, established in 1805, by voluntary subscription. The master has a house and the interest of £600. About sixty free scholars are instructed in English, writing, and accounts. -Vide 17th Report, page 726.
Post town: Bradford.
Not noticed by Torre. Loidis et Elmete, page 255.
*1 In 1818, the Chapel- room was returned at 700.