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Tuesday, 10 February 2015

Parish Records of Little Parndon (2)

S/LIB/9/36
Parish Records of Little Parndon: extracts from early Parish Registers [ERO D/P 34], Briefs, Overseers Account Book (1759-1800)[ERO D/P 34/12/1], “matters relating to [th]e manner and Parish” 1688.

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“The Overseers Account Book
1759-1800
[Now deposited at Essex Record Office: ERO D/P 34/12/1]

1761.  Jan 2. paid James Glascock for three quarters of a Hundred of Faggots for Elin Woolard ..  15. 0.
March 19 paid a quarters bridge money … 1. 1. 0
(note the payment for bridge money occurs regularly but the amounts vary)
paid John Rayment for Dresing our Dinner and Drinking … 7. 11.

1763. July 30. Journey to Mrs Emmersens … 2.0.
1766. Elizabeth Laybank was in receipt of relief from the weekly pension
[pencil notes by the transcriber are ignored]
1770  she appears as ‘Bettey Laybank’
1773. Elizabeth Labank for 28 weeks pay for her child .. 1. 8. 0
1773. July 20. Mr Wright towards rebuilding the Gaol … 3. 10. 0
1774. April 20. Paid for the county gaol … 1. 15. 0
1774. March 9 paid for the Goal Rate … 1. 15. 0
1774. March 16 paid Dockers bill for inocklaing William Moris & family … 1. 11. 6
1774 paid the Docker for Mary Camfiling … 18. 0
1779. May 29 paid John Chapple for the a melisher man … 4. 4. 0
1779. Oct 26 for meantance of Abraham Glascok and son and my one time and gorneys for sealing of Ann Shears goods … 5. 0.
1779 paid Abram Glascok and his son for sealing the goods … 7. 6.
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1780. Aug 27. John Baker for one months pay for the nursing Elis Laybank … 2. 0. 0.
1780. Sep 11. Elis Laybank … 1. 10. 0
1781. April 10 Dr Legas for Elis Laybank … 21 .0.0
1781. April 10. Wm Petchey for his substitute as militia man … 5. 0. 0
1782. May 23. At the visitation at Stortford … 9. 8.
On 1783 and 1786 Sarah Ellis was overseer to the Poor.
1788. Elis. Laybank still being nursed by John Baker
On May 4 1800 Elizabeth Laybank was still living & receiving an allowance from the overseer of Little Parndon.

The last entry in the book is for the year 1800.”

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