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Norfolk: Aldborough - 1731-36 - Churchwardens' Payments

Aldborough 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 was based upon the value of property which was owned by people 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 220/30 and microform MF712/20] which contains the Churchwardens' accounts (for the years 1670-1818).

Note that only extracts have been transcribed but this includes most items which mention surnames. Common events eg. bread/wine, some non-specific trade bills etc. have for the most part been excluded.

Other accounts available

- Churchwardens' Accounts -
Rates 1732 1745 1754 1762 1770
1774-5 1809-10
Payments 1675-79 1699-1701 1731-36 1809-10
 

[Transcription copyright © Mike Bristow]

The accounts of Nicholas Chamberlayne and John Fiddy Churchwardens for Easter 1731 to Easter 1732 as follows

[Disbursements] £/s/d
Aprill 29 - for my journy and expences att South Repps
Paid William Barron for Two Anchors 7 stone 2pd01/13/4
for 3 Hundred Brick ½ Chaldron of Lime & fetching-/10/6
pd John Freman? 4 days work & man-/10/8
pd Robt Bustins for a Beam & putting it up in ye Church1/18/6
pd Simon Lubbock for cutting ye Ivy & cleaning ye Church-/3/9
 
[Income]
Mr Whittaker Rent a year for ye Towne Land due at St Michaells-/2/6
Mr Wayte a year Rent due at Laday1/6/8

We nominate and appoint for 1732 Church Wardens for ye ensuing year 1732
Nicholas Chamberlayne
Barth: Bell

[signed] Jno: Tayleure Minister
Robert Johnson
John Fiddy
Thomas Ransome

Accounts of Nicholas Chamberlayne and Barth: Bell from Easter 1732 to Easter 1733

[Disbursements] £/s/d
Sep 22 Pd the Plummer Bill1/9/9
 
[Income]
Mr Whittaker a year rent for ye Towne land-/2/6
Mr Wayte for half a year due at St Michaelmas last-/13/4
Mr Dennis Gunton for half a year-/6/8
Nicholas Chamberlayne for half a year-/6/8
 
Recd by a Rate3/04/11¾

Nicholas Chamberlayne Easter 1733 to Easter 1734

15/April/1734 - Nominate and appoint as Churchwardens
Nicholas Chamberlayne and Barth: Bell
[signed] John Tayleure Minister
Robert Johnson
Elias Druery
James Fuller
Simon Lubbock

7th April 1735 - Nominate as Church Wardens Nicholas Chamberlayne and John Fiddy [at ye Hall in 1736]
[signed] Tayleure/Bell/Johnson/Lubbock
Henry Gunton
James Thirtle

Accounts of Nicholas Chamberlayne and John Fiddy from Easter 1735 to Easter 1736

[Disbursements] £/s/d
July 14 - My Journey to N. Walsham
Oct 31 - My Journey to Norwich Cathedrell
pd Edmund Bull? for __? days work at Church and Beer
John Freeman 1 days work of himself & man1/2/6
more for Beer-/3/-
for 300 Tile 5s:6d for 200? & Brick 3s 4d-/8/10
Lime
A bunch of Larth and 2 fraights? of sand-/4/9
3 pieces of Timber up att Church 1 Bushell of hair-/2/3
for ye __? of Skepps & Ladder paid & Tubbs-/13/0
The Plummers bills
3 Bushells of Coall-/2/-?
Mr Reders? his bill for nailes-/3/3
More for Iron and nailes-/4/10
 
[Income]
Denis Gunton a year rent due Lady last-/13/4
Nicholas Chamberlayne a year rent due Laday-/13/4
Henry Gunton ayear & _? due Laday last-/3/4

April 26th 1736 - Nominate as Churchwardens Barth: Bell and Henry Gunton
[signed] ..... James Bacon, Thomas Doughty

[End of Document]


See also the Aldborough parish page.

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December 2008