Accounts: December 1599 - December 1601

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December 1599 - December 1601

The Acco'mpte of William

Colbacke & Christopher Collarde, Churchewardens of ye p'ishe of Set Martins in the feildes in ye Countie of Midd' Chosen & appointed by ye Vicar with the whole Assent & Consent of the Maisters of ye same Parrishe in Vestrie for the space of Twoe Whole Yeares Comensing at the feaste of ye beirth of or Lord God One Thowsand ffive hundred Ninetye & Nyne, And ending at ye like feaste in ye yeare of our Lord, 1601, And in the xliiijth yeare of the Reign of or sou'eign Ladie Elizabeth the Queenes Matie that nowe is, Aswell for Receiptes as paymtes by them Received & paide, As in this their acco'mpte more p'ticularlye ensueth.

The said Accompta'ntes

Chardge themselves with their Receiptes in their firste Yeare as followeth. Anno: 1599.

Item. Received for the Clarke and Sextons wages and for Pewes and rep'ac'ons of the Churche, As by their gathering booke more p'ticularlye appeareth xiijli. xiijs. vd.
It'm Received for half the Token money in this our firste yeare iijli. jd.
It'm Received of Mr Marke Styward for one yeares Rent for the howse over the Churche Lane xiijs. iiijd.
Sum'—xvijli. vjs. xd.

Receiptes for burialls knells & suche like in this or firste yeare as followeth.

Christmas Quarter .1599.

December. Item the xxixth was buried Evan Price for the [Cloth] xxd, the grave vjd the knell & peales xviijd iijs. viijd.
It'm the same Day was buried Anne Wilkinson ni'l
January 1599. It'm the seconde was buried Mr Thomas Browne for the ground in the Churche viijs. the Cloth .ijs. The Afternoones knell xiiijd. the iiijor peales xvjd. xijs. vjd.

The firste yeares Receiptes

Burialls in Christmas Quarter .1599.

Januarye .1599. Item the ixth was buried Elizabeth Millwarde ni'l
It'm the xvijth was buried Mildred Johnson ni'l
It'm the xxxth was buried John Meacocke for the Cloth xxd. the grave vjd. Th'afternoones knell xiiijd. the iij peales xijd. iiijs. iiijd.
ffebruary .1599. It'm the xvth was buried Katherin Cable ni'l
It'm the xviijth was buried Bridgett Poore ni'l
It'm the xxvijth was buried Alice Horrell for the grave vjd. the Knell vjd. & the ij peales viijd. xxd.
Marche .1599. It'm the xvjth was buried Isacke Howe for the worste cloth ijd ijd.
It'm the xixth was buried Thomas Harte for the ground vjs. viijd. the Cloth xxd. Th'afternoones knell xiiijd. the iiijor Peales xvjd xs. xd.
It'm the xxjth was buried wm Elt for ye Cloth xxd the knell iiijd. the peale iiijd. ijs. iiijd.
Sum'—xxxvs. vjd.

Burialls in or Ladie Quarter .1600.

Marche .1600. Item the xxviijth was buried John Lee Messenger for the Cloth xxd. Th'afternoones knell xiiijd. the iij peales xijd. the grave vjd. iiijs. iiijd.
Aprill .1600. It'm the firste was buried John Acles (fn. 1) for the afternoones knell xiiijd. the Cloth xxd. the grave vjd. the iiijor peales xvjd. iiijs. viijd.

The first yeares Receiptes

Burialls in or Ladie Quarter .1600.

Aprill .1600. Item the vijth was buried Joane Edmoundes ni'l
It'm the xvth was buried Nicholas Kinge worste cloth & knell iiijd.
It'm the xxvth was buried Dennis Devoricke worste Cloth & knell vjd.
It'm the xxvjth weare buried Mr Richard Nightingale & Mris ffrauncis Nightingale his wife (whoe weare both Drowned beyond Kingstone) for the breakeing of the ground Cloth Knell & Peales xxiijs.
It'm the xxvijth was buried Mr George Laughton for the ground vjs. viijd. the Cloth xxd. the Afternoones knell xiiijd. the iiijor peales xvjd. xs. xd.
(fn. 3) It'm the xxxth was buried a Chrisome of Simon Rowlandsons for the Coffine vjd.
Maye .1600. It'm the xijth was buried Rachell Randall ni'l
It'm the xxjth was buried Richarde Stowell for the & the iiijor peales xvjd iiijs. viijd.
Cloth xxd. the grave vjd. the Afternoones knell xiiijd.
It'm the xxviijth was buried Elizabethe Kinge for the worste Cloth ijd & the knell vjd viijd.
June .1600. It'm the third was buried Xp'ofer Yowle ni'l
It'm the iiijth was buried Anthony Moate ni'l
It'm the vjth was buried Lucye Beedle ni'l
It'm the xijth was buried Richard ffletcher ni'l
It'm the xxiiijth was buried Jacob Trowghte (fn. 2) for the Cloth viijd. the grave vjd. the knell vjd. xxd.
It'm the same Daye was buried John Arrs ni'l
Sum' q'ter—ljs. ijd.

The first yeares Receiptes

Burialls in Midsomer Quarter .1600.

July .1600. Item the firste was buried William Gill ni'l
It'm the xxjth was buried Tho: Kighte (fn. 4) for the Cloth viijd the Coffine vjd & the knell vjd xxd.
Auguste .1600. It'm the firste was buried John Preiste ni'l
It'm the thirde was buried Thomas Paxson ni'l
It'm the viijth was buried Agnes Hooper for the Cloth xxd. the grave vjd. Th'afternoones knell xiiijd ij peales viijd iiijs.
(fn. 8) It'm the xjth was buried a Chrisome of Mr Dickins for the Coffine vjd. vjd.
It'm the xijth was buried Rob't Barrowcloughe ni'l
It'm the xvjth was buried Tho: Atfeilde (fn. 5) for the Cloth xxd the grave vjd the knell & peales ijs. iiijs. ijd.
It'm the xxvjth was buried Elizab: Smith ni'l
It'm the xxvijth was buried Edmound Johnson ni'l
Septemb' .1600. It'm the vijth was buried fflorence Kequitt (fn. 6) ni'l
It'm the xvjth was buried Agnes ffawsett ni'l
It'm the xxth was buried Rose Breades (fn. 7) from the Ladie Cheekes for the ground viijs. the Cloth xxd the Afternoones knell xiiijd the .v. peales xxd xijs. vjd.
It'm the same Daye ffailes Turnor ni'l
It'm the xxijth was buried John Howe ni'l
It'm the same Daye was buried Rob't Ceely ni'l
It'm ye xxvjth was buried Richard Maultus ni'l
It'm the xxvijth was buried Jeames ffryer worste Cloth ijd & the knell iiijd. vjd.
Sum' quarter—xxiijs. iiijd.

The firste yeares Receiptes

Burialls in Mighelmas q'ter .1600.

October .1600. Item the first was buried Henry Worsley a Child for the ground & Cloth viijs.
It'm the seconde was buried George Bricklayer (fn. 9) ni'l
It'm the xjth was buried William Moothe for the Cloth xxd the grave vjd. the knell vjd. ye peales viijd iijs. iiijd.
It'm the xiiijth was buried Rob't Jenckins for the ground in ye Churche viijs. the Cloth xxd. the Afternoones knell xiiijd the iiijor peales xvjd xijs. ijd.
November .1600. It'm the xth of Novemb' was buried Rowland Price ni'l
It'm ye xxvth was buried John Golightley for the ground viijs. the Cloth ijs. xs.
It'm ye xxixth was buried Wm Haywarde ni'l
(fn. 11) It'm for the funerall of Dame [Alice] Edgerton (fn. 10) (Lord Keep's wife) she beinge buried at St Pawles Churche in London. for the Cloth & Bells vjs.
December .1600. It'm ye thirde was buried Joane Sherwood for the Cloth xxd. the grave vjd. the knell & peales 14d iijs. iiijd.
It'm the xjth was buried Joane Berrye for the Worste cloth ijd. the knell iiijd vjd.
It'm the xiiijth was buried Mr Wm Herbert for the ground viijs. for the Cloth ijs. for the knell vjd. & the iij peales xijd. xjs. vjd.
It'm the xxijth was buried Edward Taylor for the Cloth xxd. the knell iiijd. ye ij peales viijd. ijs. viijd.
It'm the xxiiijth was buried William Kearne for the ground & knell vijs.
Sum' quarter. iijli. iiijs. vjd.
Some gen'all of all or Receiptes for burialls is viijli. xiiijs. vjd.
Some gen'all of ye whole yeares Receiptes is xxvjli. js. iiijd.

The said acco'mptantes Demande Allowaunce for Ymploymentes & Chardges by ym paide & Disbursed for ye vse of ye Churche & other ordinarye & extraordinarye Chardges in this their firste yeare as followeth.

Paymentes in Christmas quarter .1599.

Item paid for a Quier of paper iiijd.
It'm pd for a bell rope weying vjli at iiijd the pownde ijs.
It'm pd for the swearinge of our selves and our sidemen iijs. vjd.
It'm pd for our Dinners the same Daye & for a booke of Articles xxjs. iiijd.
It'm paide for p'sentinge of our quarter bill ijs. vjd.
It'm for paveing of ij graves ijs.
It'm paide vnto the Clarke for his quarters wages xxs.
It'm paide vnto the Sexton for his quarters wages xs.
It'm paide vnto him for Ringinge of the Eighte of the Clocke & ffive of the Clocke bell (fn. 12) iiijs.
It'm paide him for Keepeinge of the Clocke iijs. iiijd.
It'm paide for oyle for the Clocke & bells & for broomes for ye sweeping of the Churche xijd.
It'm paide for scowringe of ye Comunion pottes iiijd.
It'm paide vnto James Turnor for makeing Cleane both the Churche Lanes iijs. vjd.
It'm Laide out for wyne at the white Lyon when some of the Maisters weare there about the Lieftenantes (fn. 13) ijs. vjd.
It'm paide vnto the Lieftenant the same tyme xvs.
Sum' quarter is—iiijli. xjs. iiijd.

The firste yeares paymtes

Paymentes in our Ladie Daye q'ter .1600.

Item paide vnto the Register for the entringe of the money gathered for the Distressed Irishe poore people & for or boate hier ijs. viijd.
It'm paide the xiijth of Aprill at the Visitac'on for the presenting of or Quarter bill And for a newe booke of Articles & for our Oathes iijs.
It'm paide for or Dynners & the Sidemens the same Daye xxs.
It'm paide for ij newe bell ropes weying xjli & the half at iiijd the pounde iijs. xd.
It'm paide at the Greyhounde for to make the p'ishon's Drincke at their Cominge from the p'ambulac'ons being the xxixth of Aprill & the firste of Maye xs.
It'm paide for a newe Baldricke for the Treable Bell xxd.
It'm paide for Paveinge of ij graves in the Churche ijs.
It'm paide vnto the Clarke for his q'ters wages xxs.
It'm paide vnto the Sexton for his q'ters wages xs.
It'm paide vnto him for Keepeinge of ye Clocke iijs. iiijd.
It'm paide him for Ringinge of ffive & Eighte of the Clocke Bell iiijs.
It'm paide for oyle for ye Clocke & Bells (& for broomes) xijd.
It'm paide for Scowringe of ye Comunion pottes iiijd.
It'm paide vnto Jeames Turnor for makeing cleane both the Churche Lanes iijs. vjd.
It'm paide vnto ye Highe Constable for Hospitalls & for Maymed Soldiors for this half yeare xvijs. iiijd.
Sum' Quarter—vli. ijs. viijd.

The firste yeares paymtes

Paymentes in Midsomer quarter .1600.

Item paide for a paier of Hindges for a pewe Doore ijs.
It'm paide vnto a Brickelayer for twoe Daies worke for him self & his man about mending the Tylinge of the Churche iiijs. iiijd.
It'm paide for A Hundred of Tyles xxd.
It'm paide for a Loade of Sande xijd.
It'm paide for iiijor Sackes of Lyme xijd.
It'm paide for Ringing the vijth of September being her Maites birth Daye iijs. vjd.
It'm paide for .ij. newe bell ropes weying xiiijli at iiijd the pownde iiiijs. viijd.
It'm paide for three newe Baldrigges on for the Tennor, the other for the Thirde Bell, & the other for the Saincts Bell vs. iiijd.
It'm paide for wyne & Nuttes when wee satt at Mr Knightes about or p'sentmentes xviijd.
It'm paide for p'senting of or q'ter bill and or Dinn's (being sent for to Come before Mr Doctor Stanhoppe) vjs.
It'm paide for paveinge of .ij. graves in ye Churche ijs.
It'm paide vnto ye Clarke & Sexton for their q'ters wages xxxs.
It'm paide vnto ye Sexton for Keepeing of ye Clocke iijs. iiijd.
It'm paide for Ringing of ffive & Eighte of ye clocke bell iiijs.
It'm pd for Oyle & Broomes & for Scowring ye pottes xvjd.
It'm pd for makeing cleane both ye Churche Lanes iijs. vjd.
Sum'—iijli. xvs. ijd.

The firste yeares paymtes

Paymentes in Michaelmas q'ter .1600.

Item paide vnto vj poore men for helping home wth the hoockes & Lathers from Durham howse when the stable was a fier xviijd.
It'm pd for mending of the Steeple Doore key xvjd.
It'm pd for presenting of or quarter bill at the Archedeacons visitac'on & for our oathes and appeareaunce the xvjth of October iijs. iiijd.
It'm paide for our Dinners & the Sidemens ye same Daye xvjs. vjd.
It'm pd for the Cariadge of ye Cressettes (fn. 14) into ye Churche xvjd.
It'm pd the xth of November for Ringing at her Maites Remove from Ritchmount to Whitehall xijd.
It'm pd for a Stirropp for the fourth Bell Wheele xiiijd.
It'm pd for Ringinge the xvijth of November (being her Maites Coronation Daye) vjs.
It'm pd for a pownde of Candles vd.
It'm pd for twoe Bell ropes weyinge xli at iiijd ye pownde againste ye same Daye iijs. iiijd.
It'm pd for mending of an Olde Baldricke viijd.
It'm pd for paper, Candles & Drincke When ye Mrs. Did sett in Vestrie about a warrant for the lights (fn. 15) that weare when her Maitie Came to Whitehall xiiijd.
It'm pd for mending of the Surplus vjd.
It'm pd for paveing of iiijor graves iiijs.
It'm pd for twoe Dust baskettes vjd.
It'm pd for .ij. Keys the one for the Lady Grayes pewe Doore & the other for the Mrs Coppins (fn. 16) pewe ijs.
Sum' Page—ijli. iiijs. ixd.

The firste yeares paymtes

Paymentes in Michaelmas q'ter .1600.

Item paid vnto the Clarke & Sexton for their Quarters wages xxxs.
It'm pd vnto ye Sexton for Keepeing of ye Clocke iijs. iiijd.
It'm pd vnto him for Ringing of ye Eighte & ffive of the Clocke Bell iiijs.
It'm pd for oyle for the Clocke & Bells & for Broomes xvjd.
It'm pd for Scowring of ye Comunion pottes iiijd.
It'm pd for Hollye Ivey Rosemary & Bayes ijs.
It'm pd for makeing Cleane both ye Churche Lanes iijs. vjd.
It'm pd for washing of the Church Clothes vjs. viijd.
It'm pd vnto Mathewe Clarke for mending of ye Clocke xs.
It'm pd vnto Bartlett the Glasier for Repairing & Amending of the Glasse belonging to ye Churche xs.
It'm pd vnto the Highe Constable for Maymed Soldiers for this half yeare viijs. viijd.
It'm pd vnto ye Highe Constable for the hospitalls for this half yeare viijs. viijd.
Sum'—vjli. xiijs. iijd.
Sum' Totall of all or Paymtes in this or ffirste yeare is xxli. ijs. vd.
Sum' Totall of all or Receiptes is as appeareth before xxvjli. js. iiijd.
So have we Received this firste yeare more then we have Paide vli. xviijs. xjd.

The accompte of the saide:

Chr'ofer Collarde & Wm Colbacke Churchwardens for their seconde yeare of office Comensing at the ffeaste of the beirth of or Lord God, 1600, & ending one ye like feaste, 1601, aswell of Receiptes as Paymtes by them Received and paide as followeth.

Receiptes

Item Received for the Clarke & Sextons wages & for Pewes & the rep'ac'ons of the Churche xvli. xvijs. ixd.
It'm Received for half the Token money in this or seconde yeare lvijs. iiijd.
It'm Received for the howse ouer the Churche Lane of Mr Marke Stywarde for one yeares Rent xiijs. iiijd.
It'm Received for the olde Armor the wch weyed: C: Dim' at jd. q'. the pownde & C. xijli to the .C:
Sum'—xixli. viijs. vd.

Receiptes for Burialls knells & sutche like in this or seconde yeare as followeth.

Christmas Quarter .1600.

January .1600. Item the iiijth was buried Thomas Harper for the Cloth xxd. the grave vjd. the Afternoones knell xiiijd. the Peales xijd. iiijs. iiijd.
It'm the vth was buried David Prosser for the ground in the Churche vjs. viijd. the Cloth xxd. the knell & peales ijs. ijd. xs. vjd.

The seconde yeares Receiptes

Burialls in Christmas quarter .1600.

January .1600. Item the vjth was buried Nicholas Hawthorne for the Cloth xxd. the grave vjd. the knell vjd. & ye peale iiijd. iijs.
It'm the xvijth was buried Prudence Grigg for the Cloth xvjd. the grave vjd. the knell vjd. ijs. iiijd.
It'm the xxjth was buried wm Hoop' for the Cloth xxd the grave vjd. the knell & peales xxijd iiijs.
It'm the xxiijth was buried Dorothie Bale (fn. 17) for the Cloth xxd. the grave vjd. the Afternoones knell xiiijd the Peales xiiijd. iiijs. vjd.
ffebruary .1600. It'm the seconde was buried Edmound Goldhurste ni'l
It'm the vth was buried Chr'ofer Maister for ye Coffin vjd.
It'm the vijth was buried Mr Jeames Russell (whoe was slaine in Bedforde howse) for the ground Cloth knell and Peales xvjs.
It'm the xvijth was buried Mr Lawrence Robbinson (whoe was slaine by one Chr'ofer Browne) for the ground viijs. the Cloth xxd. the knell & peales ijs. iiijd. xijs.
It'm the xviijth was buried John Hall for the ground vjs. viijd. the Cloth xxd. the knell & peales xxd. xs.
It'm the xxth was buried Elizabeth Jasper for the ground viijs. the Cloth xvjd. the Afternoones knell xiiijd. ye iij peales xijd. xjs. vjd.
It'm the xxvijth was buried Mrs John Penythorne for the ground Cloth knell & Peales xjs. vjd.
Marche .1600. It'm the xjth was buried Mary Maior ni'l
It'm the xvjth was buried Leonarde Dawson for the Cloth xijd. the knell vjd. xviijd.
Sum'—iiijli. xjs. viijd.

The seconde yeares Receiptes

Burialls in or Ladie Daye q'ter .1601.

Marche .1601. Item the xxixth was buried James Bleare for the Cloth xxd. the grave vjd. the Afternoones knell xiiijd. the Peales viijd iiijs.
Aprill .1601. It'm the xviijth was buried Ellyn Arnolde ali's Stowell for the Cloth xijd. the grave vjd. the knell & peales ijs. vjd. iiijs.
It'm the xxiiijth was buried Elizabeth Cowell (fn. 18) for the Cloth & knell xiiijd.
It'm the xxvth was buried Rob't Rose for the Cloth xxd. the knell iiijd. the peales xijd. iijs.
It'm the xxvjth was buried Edward Elmes for the Cloth xxd. the grave vjd. the knell & Peales xiiijd. iijs. iiijd.
It'm the xxxth was buried Agnes Palmer for ye Cloth grave knell & Peales ijs. vjd.
It'm the same Daye was buried Bridgett Cade for the Cloth xijd. & ye grave vjd xviijd.
Maye .1601 It'm the xjth was buried John winter for the worste Cloth ijd. & the knell ijd. iiijd.
It'm the xviijth was buried Elizabeth West for the Cloth xxd. the knell & ij Peales xijd ijs. viijd.
It'm the xxth was buried Com'er Ricardes for ye ground vjs. viijd. the Cloth xxd. the Afternoones knell & Peales iijs. ijd. xjs. vjd.
June .1601. It'm the ixth was buried Tho: Middleton ni'l
It'm the xxth was buried John Waver for ground vjs. viijd. the Cloth xxd. the Afternoones knell xiiijd. the iij [peals] xijd xs. xd.
Sum'—ijli. iiijs. xd.

The seconde yeares Receiptes

Burialls in Midsomer q'ter .1601.

June .1601. Item the xxvth was buried John Bradley ni'l
Julye .1601. It'm the vjth was buried Alice Jefferd ali's Browne ni'l
It'm the viijth was buried John Moore ni'l
It'm the xxjth was buried [Margaret] Pendrid ni'l
It'm the xxviijth was buried Elizabeth Libbe for ye Coffin vjd.
Auguste .1601. It'm the vjth was buried Thomas Benge for the ground vjs. viijd. the Cloth xxd. the Afternoones knell xiiijd. the Peales xijd. xs. vjd.
It'm the xjth was buried Marye Hindle for the worste Cloth ijd. the knell iiijd. vjd.
It'm the xiijth was buried Jane Sonnett ni'l
It'm the xxijth was buried Mrs Elizabeth Lewknor a Childe for the ground viijs. the knell vjd. & ye peale 6d. ixs.
It'm the xxxth was buried Joane Stockedale for the Cloth & knell xiiijd.
September .1601. It'm the xijth was buried Joane Baylie ni'l
It'm the xvth was buried Henrye Ratchedale for the ground vjs. viijd. the Cloth xijd. the knell & peales ijs. iiijd xs.
It'm the xviijth was buried John Phillippes worste Cloth ijd. & the Knell iiijd. vjd.
It'm the xxjth was buried Edmound Reynoldes for ye ground vjs.
It'm the xxijth was buried Jane Thompson worste Cloth ijd. the Knell iiijd. vjd.
It'm the xxixth was buried John Arnolde (fn. 19) ni'l
Sum' q'ter—xxxviijs. viijd.

The seconde yeares Receiptes

Burialls in Michaelmas q'ter .1601

October .1601. Item thirde was buried ffrauncis Ruffe ali's Walker for ye worste cloth iiijd. ye coffine vjd. the knell vjd. xvjd.
It'm the xiijth was buried Tho: ffovell for the ground vjs. viijd. ye Cloth xijd. The Afternoones [knell] xiiijd. ye peales xxd. xs. vjd.
It'm ye xiiijth was buried John Janever ye Queenes Joyner for ye ground viijs. The Cloth knell & Peales iiijs. xijs.
It'm xvth was buried Elizabeth Butler for the Cloth xijd. ye grave vjd. the knell vjd. ijs.
It'm xxijth was buried Xp'ofer Stockdale ni'l
November .1601. It'm the vth was buried John Driver for the Cloth xxd. & the knell iiijd ijs.
It'm ye xxvijth was buried Roger Morton ni'l
December .1601. It'm ye seconde was buried Hughe Crapp' for the ground vjs. viijd. the Cloth xvjd. ye knell vjd. & the Peale iiijd. viijs. xd.
It'm the same Daye was buried Mathewe Eglestone for the Cloth & knell xvjd
It'm the xvjth was buried Marye Vnderhill for the worste Cloth ijd. & ye knell iiijd. vjd.
It'm ye xxijth was buried [Bettricia] Bevan for the Cloth xxd. ye grave vjd. ye Afternoones knell xiiijd. the Peales xvjd. iiijs. viijd.
It'm the xxiijth was buried Tobias Aberley for ye Cloth xijd. ye grave vjd & the knell vjd. ijs.
Sum' q'ter—ijli. vs. ijd.
Sum' Totall of this or seconde yeares Receiptes for burialls is xjli. iiijd.
Sum' gen'all of all ye rec'. in this or seconde yeare is xxxli. viijs. ixd.

The saide accomptantes Demaunde Allowaunce for Ymploymtes & Chardges by them paide & Disbursed for the vse of ye Churche & other ordinarye & extraordinarye Chardges in this their seconde yeare as followeth.

Paymtes in Christmas q'ter .1601.

Item pd vnto a Carpenter for makeing of a newe frame for ye Saincts Bell for workemanshipp & stuf as followeth.
It'm for iiij Punctions (fn. 20) iiijs. iiijd.
It'm for ij single quarters viijd.
It'm for Nayles & Spikes viijd.
It'm for mending of ye Vestrye Doore & one of ye Chaunsell Doores xijd.
It'm pd for stuf for the mending of Churche Dore Southward xijd.
It'm paid vnto ye Carpenter for iiijor Dayes worke at xvjd ye daie vs. iiijd.
It'm paid for a Cross Garnishe (fn. 21) for ye Church yarde Gate xvjd.
It'm paide for makeing of a newe Key & setting one of a Locke vppon ye Doore vnder the newe Gallerye viijd.
It'm paide for mending of the ffifte Bell wheele & ye third Bell wheele (for stuf & workemanshippe) xxd.
It'm Laid out at the Tavern when Certayne of ye Vestrye Did meete about buissines iijs.
It'm paide for p'senting of our quarter bill iijs.
It'm paide for paveing iiijor graves iiijs
It'm paide vnto ye Clarke & Sexton for their q'ters wages xxxs.
It'm paide vnto ye Sexton for keepeing of ye Clocke iijs. iiijd.
It'm paide ffor Ringing Eight of ye Clocke & ffive of the Clocke Bell iiijs.
It'm pd for oyle for ye Clocke & Bells & Broomes for ye Churche xijd.
It'm pd for Scowring of ye Comunion Pottes iiijd.
It'm pd for makeing Cleane both ye Churche Lanes iijs. vjd.
It'm pd for wrighting of a newe gathering booke ijs.
Sum' q'ter—iijli. xs. xd.

The seconde yeares paymtes

Paymentes in or Ladie Daye q'ter .1601.

Item pd for :C. & a quartern of Tyles viijs. vjd.
It'm pd for Wharfadge & Cariadge xxd.
It'm pd for a key & Staples for ye Churche yarde gates xviijd.
It'm pd for brickes for the vnderpinninge of ye Grunsills (fn. 22) vjd.
It'm for Lyme & Sande xiiijd.
It'm pd vnto a workeman for a Daies worke for ye mending of Divers places about ye Churche xviijd.
It'm pd the seconde of Maye for p'senting of [our] bill at ye Archedeacons Visitac'on ijs. viijd.
It'm pd for or Dinners & the Sidemens ye same Daye xxiijs.
It'm pd the thirde of Maye for Ringing at her Maites going to Highe gate to Dinner & at Coming from thence the same Daye xijd.
It'm for Ringing ye vijth of Maye at her Maites Remove from Whitehall to Greenewitche xijd.
It'm pd to make ye p'ishoners Drincke ye xixth & ye xxjth of Maye being ye Daies of ye p'ambulac'on & vnto ye Ringers for Ringing at their going forth & Coming home both Daies xiiijs.
It'm pd for ij Bell Roapes weying xjli & the half at iiijd the pounde iijs. xd.
It'm pd for mending of an olde Baldricke viijd.
It'm paid for paveing of iij graves iijs.
It'm paid vnto ye Clarke & Sexton for their quarters wages xxxs.
It'm paid vnto ye Sexton for keepeing of the Clocke & for Ringing of ye ffive of ye Clocke & Eighte of ye Clocke vijs. iiijd.
It'm for oyle & Broomes & for Scowring ye Comunion pottes xvjd.
It'm paid for makeing Cleane both ye Churche Lanes iijs. vjd.
It'm paid vnto the Highe Constable for Maymed soldiers & for the Hospitalls for ye half yeare xvijs. iiijd.
Sum' quarter—vjli. iijs. vjd.

The seconde yeares paymentes

Paymentes in Midsomer q'ter .1601.

Item pd for iiijor single quarters for the ffastening of ye Long seate in the North Gallerye xvjd.
It'm pd for a quier of Paper iiijd.
It'm pd for Nayles & for a spikeing for ye third Bell viijd.
It'm pd for a Daies worke for a Carpenter xvjd.
It'm pd for to make ye Mrs Drincke at ij severall tymes when they Did meete & satt about the takeing Downe of the Cawsey (fn. 23) xjs.
It'm pd for the Covering of iiijor graves iiijs.
It'm pd for p'senting of or Quarter bill to ye thirde & vth Articles to ye Archedeacons iijs.
It'm pd for Ringing ye vijth of Septemb.' being her Maites birth Daye iijs. vjd.
It'm pd vnto ye Clarke & Sexton for their quarters wages xxxs.
It'm pd vnto ye Sexton for keepeing of ye Clocke iiijs. iiijd.
It'm pd him for Ringing of Eighte of ye Clocke & ffive of the Clocke Bell iiijs.
It'm pd for oyle for ye Clocke & Bells & for broomes for the sweeping of ye Churche xijd.
It'm paide for Scowring of ye Comunion pottes iiijd.
It'm paide for makeing Cleane both ye Churche Lanes iijs. vjd.
It'm paide vnto Devorickes ye Glasier for setting vpp of ij greate paines of Glasse the one on the South side of ye Churche & ye other at ye West ende vjs.
Sum' q'ter—iijli. xiijs. iiijd.

The seconde yeares paymentes

Paymentes in Michaelmas q'ter. 1601.

Item pd the iiijth of October at the Greyhownde for to make the Maisters of the Vestrye Drincke when they came from Buisinesses vjs.
It'm pd the xixth of October at Mr Doctor Stanhoppes Visitac'on at Whitechappell for or Dinners & ye sidemens & for a booke of Articles xvijs. vjd.
It'm given vnto a poore Indian the xxvth of Octobe' wch had Received greate hurtes in her Maites s'uice iijs.
It'm for Ringing ye xxiiijth of October at her Maites Coming to Whitehall xijd.
It'm for Ringing ye xxvijth at her Maites goinge to ye p'liamt being the firste Daye (fn. 24) of ye same p'liamt xijd.
It'm pd for Ringing the xvijth of November beinge her Maites Coronation Daye vjs.
It'm pd for a pownde of Candles vd.
It'm pd for iiijor newe Bell Roapes weying xxvli at iiijd the pownde viijs. iiijd.
It'm for ij newe Baldrickes & for mending of an olde one vs.
It'm pd ye xxiijth of November for awnswering of or booke of Articles (or bill being made by ye Registers man) & Delivered into Doctor Stanhoppes office iijs. vjd.
It'm paid for or Din's ye same Daye & for ye sidemens viijs.
It'm paid vnto ye Clarke & Sexton for their quarters wages xxxs.
It'm paid vnto ye Sexton for keepeing of ye Clocke iijs. iiijd.
It'm for Ringing of ye Eight & ffive of ye Clocke bell iiijs.
It'm for oyle for ye Clocke & Bells & for Broomes for ye Churche xviijd.
It'm for Ringing ye xixth of Decemb' at her Maites going to the breaking vpp of ye p'liamt xijd.
It'm for Hollye Ivey Rosemarye & Bayes ijs.
It'm for makeinge of a newe key for the Churche yarde gate xd.
It'm for a staple for ye Vestrie Dore.
Sum' Page—vli. ijs. viijd.

The seconde yeares paymentes

Paymentes in Michaelmas q'ter .1601.

Item paide for paveing of iij graves iijs.
It'm pd for ij Duste baskettes vjd.
It'm pd for p'senting of ye Ladie Henneadges (fn. 25) s'u'nt & Ric' Stevenson ye Cutler for incontinencie as ye Com'on fame went vjd.
It'm pd for Washeinge of ye Comunion Clothes & Surplus vjs. viijd.
It'm Deliuered vnto George Blaston Weaver by the consent of the Vestrie xxs.
It'm pd for makeing cleane both the Churche Lanes iijs. vjd.
It'm pd for amending of Churche windowes Rownd about the Churche xxxvs.
It'm pd vnto a Bricklayer for amending of ye Churche (where it Rayned in) for Tyles & morter & workmanshipp ijs. vjd.
It'm pd vnto a Carter for Cariing awaye five Loades of Rubbishe from before ye Churche yarde gate ijs. vjd.
It'm pd vnto Mathewe Clarke for keepeing of ye Clocke xs.
It'm pd for turning ye Ball of ye Greate bell clapp' ijs.
It'm pd for mending of ye Bowe of ye ffourth Bell clapp' ijs. viijd.
It'm pd him for makeing of a newe Bowe for ye greate Bell Clapp' iijs. viijd.
It'm pd (one St Thomas Daye) at ye Greyhownde when the newe Churchewardens weare Chosen to make ye Mrs of the Vestrie a Dinner xvs.
It'm paid vnto Mr Highe Constable for Maymed soldiors & for ye hospitalls for one half yeare xvijs. iiijd.
It'm paid ye ixth of Marche Laste for or Appeareaunce before Mr Doctor Stanhoppe for the shewing of or Register booke of Christnings Mariadges & burialls & for or Dinners the same Daye vjs.
Sum' Page—vjli. xd. xd.

The seconde yeares paymentes

Paymentes in Michaelmas q'ter .1601.

Item paide for vij yardes & the half of Blacke velvett for a hearse Cloth at xxiijs ye yarde viijli. xijs. vjd.
It'm paide for [blank] yardes of Blacke Buckram to Lyne ye same Cloth vs. vjd.
It'm paide for xiiijtene ownces of Blacke Silke frindge at ijs. ijd. ye Ownce xxxs. iiijd.
It'm paide for silke to set one ye same frindge & for to make vpp ye same Cloth xvjd.
It'm paide for makeing vpp the Cloth iiijs.
It'm paide vnto Jacob Cornewe for writing & ingrossing of this or accompte & for wrighting of ye Inventorye & gatheringe Booke xxs.
It'm pd for a Supp' for the Maisters at the givinge vpp of this or accompte xxs.
Sum' Page—xijli. xiijs. viijd.
Sum' quarter is—xxiiijli. vijs. ijd.
Sum' Totall of this or seconde Yeares Paymentes is xxxvijli. xiiijs. xd.
Some generall of ye Receiptes in this or two Yeares amounteth vnto the some of lvjli. xs. jd.
Some generall of the Paymentes in this or twoe Yeares is lvijli. xvijs. iijd.
And so have we paide & Laid out more then we have received in theis twoe Yeares xxvijs. ijd.
Examined & allowed by Doctor Montforde & the Maisters of ye p'ishe herevnder named the vth of Maye .1602. Annoq' RR: Elizabeth xliiijo & the Chardge by ym Comitted vnto the newe Churchewardens Henry Waller & Ralf Allanson.

[Signed]
Tho: Montforde (fn. 26)
patrick [P D] Derick m'k
John Childe
Wm Portinton
Richard Wodlok
Edward Stylkragg
John [mark] goodcoll
Anthony harris
Matthy clerck
the m'ke [mark] of James waller

henry [mark] waller Churchwardings
Raffe Allanson

Footnotes

  • 1. Arles (R.)
  • 2. Droughte (R.)
  • 3. Not in the Register.
  • 4. Righte (R.)
  • 5. Fielde (R.)
  • 6. Requitt (R.)
  • 7. ta[m] re q[uam] no[m]i[n]e rosa (R.)
  • 8. Not in the Register.
  • 9. Brythlaite (R.)
  • 10. Egerton married three times. His second wife died in Jan. 1599–1600; in Oct. 1600, he married Alice, widow of the fifth Earl of Derby (Dict. Nat. Biog.)
  • 11. Not in the Register.
  • 12. This item appears for the first time; probably this had been part of the sexton's regular work, and is separately mentioned because a definite wage was at this time attached to the discharge of the duty.
  • 13. i.e. about the officers of the men raised for the "musters."
  • 14. vide note 2, p. 54.
  • 15. i.e. the parish was ordered to provide torches to light the road when the Queen returned late.
  • 16. vide note, p. 556.
  • 17. Dale (R.)
  • 18. Cornell (R.)
  • 19. A yonge child yt fell through Sr Ro. Cissills howse (R.)
  • 20. Stout pieces of timber.
  • 21. qy. a cross-bar.
  • 22. i.e. Ground-sill, the threshold of a door (Halliwell).
  • 23. Causeway.; the Vestry Minutes contain no reference to these meetings, nor to the subject of them, unless the entry of July 18, 1602, is on the same matter.—(Appendix D).
  • 24. Elizabeth's last Parliament; its chief work was the passing of the famous Poor Law.
  • 25. June 15, 1592. Sir George Henneage=Olivia Hearne (R.) Lady Olivia, widow, was buried in Feb. 1631/2 (R.)
  • 26. Appointed in May, 1602. He became a Prebendary of St. Paul's (Harlesden) in 1596.