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MINUTE BOOK OF THE SELECT VESTRY

PARISH OF KNOTTINGLEY


RECORDS FROM 1827

24th January 1827

ALLISON
See respecting Mr Allison’s club money
WEBSTER John Webster to have 2/- once or twice
TREE John Tree to have 1/-
HOWRAM Edwd Howram requires relief
CLAREBURN Robert Clareburn wants work
WHITTERON John Whitteron to have 1/- occasionally
William Stillings bill to be paid
GOODYEAR Saml Goodyear’s wife wants their rent paying, to have it paid to Candlemas, and after that to leave 1/- in the hands of the Overseers every week
SHARP Matthew Sharp to have 1/- per week for a few weeks
CAWTHORNE Thomas Cawthorne’s wife to have an oven and to have 2/6
MATTISON William Mattison to have 1/-

3rd June 1827

Ledger folio 21. That Mr J Miller to refund the sum of £8-4s-0d which he has had credit for by a mistake of his in false entry of Widow BECKETT pay from 28 October 1825 to 25 May ---? Inclusive per week at 2/- each
Ledger folio 21. That Mr J Miller is entitled to the sum of £6-5s-0d for 25 weeks pay to William ADAMS widow which he has neglected to enter into the casual pay list
That Mr Miller to see the whole of the parties in No.1 bill at the next pay day, and the others No.1 in succession every week while he has seen the whole of the casual paupers

23rd July 1827

HODGSON
Widow Hodgson requires some relief having a son very ill
CROWTHER Widow Crowther to have 1/- occasionally
SHARP Matthew Sharp to have 1/- per week (which he is allowed) to be stopped as soon as the shoes which Mr Taylor has answered for

27th August 1827

TRAVIS
John Travis to have 5/- being ill
SHEPPARD Widow Sheppard of Brotherton to have 1/6 per week
WRIGHT George Wright to have 2/- at present
BATES Widow Bates to have 2/- at present
FOZARD William Fozard allowed 10/- to go to Askern
COLBERT John Colbert allowed 8/- to go to Askern and not to trouble Town again

8th October 1827

SHEPPARD
Widow Sheppard to have 5/6 for herself and family
BATES Widow Bates to have 2/- casually
WRIGHT Widow Wright to have 1/- at present
NAILOR Benjamin Nailor to have 3/6 per day for going to Rotherham

15th October 1827

MASTERMAN
Widow Masterman be curtailed the 2/6 per week at Martinmas when Joley & wife is to go to Widow Agar
BOOTH John Booth wife to have 1/6 at present
CROWDER Widow Crowder to have 1/- per week as usual
WILSON Ricd Wilson to have 5/- per week and to go on the roads

5th November 1827

CHAPMAN
Jane Chapman with respect to her son
JEWITT Mark Jewitt family being removed to Thornton, to be conveyed by horse and cart
REYNARD Mary Reynard late of Hunslett being under a suspended (what is to be done with doctor’s bill – to be paid)
LIGHTOWLER Jane Lightowler to come into house
PEW With respect to Richd Pew and family of Ripon
CAWTHORN To ask John Cawthorn respecting his family
LIGHTOWLER Charles Lightowler allowed 6d extra
COPLEY Widow Copley allowed 6d extra
BATES Widow Bates not allowed any extra
SHEPPARD Widow Sheppard not allowed any extra
LAW Frank Law applied for work

17th December 1827

SHARP
Mathw Sharp to have a shirt
GILL Saml Gill wife applies for oven and range
McCABES Mary McCabes to have 2/- at present and a little more occasionally

To get prepared with respect to the Props Staithe being rated

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