Payments for Marriages and Funerals
This has been found by the Norfolk transcribers for FreeREG, at the
start of the Necton parish register of marriages 1837-1900.
Aug.t 3. 1837.
|Table of Fees|
||To the Clergyman,||one pound |
||to the Clerk||ten shillings.|
| ||by Banns
||to the Clergyman||five shillings.|
||to the Clerk,||two shillings & sixpence.|
||including 1/- when Banns are given in|
||To the Clerk for ringing Bell at time of death & of funeral
one shilling each time.|
To Clergyman for putting up a plain (tomb- or) Head-stone
seven shillings &
sixpence - to the Clerk two shillings & sixpence.|
Funerals out of the Parish - fees are ten shillings to
both the Clergyman & the Clerk. |
For graves Clerks's fees are at rate of 1/- per foot - No grave to
be less than 5 feet deep.|
NB. The above fees are lower than those sanctioned by the Bp of Norwich.
These notes have been added, at the places indicated above:
||NB. Old Table of Fees
& Terrier apportion only
10/- to Clergyman & 5/-
to Clerk for Licence Marriages|
||NB. For brick grave or Monument
extra fee of £4 to Clergyman
(Old table of fees & Terrier)|
||NB. Old Table of fees and Terrier state only 5/- to Clerk.|
See also the Necton parish page.
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