St Dionis Backchurch Parish:
Churchwardens and Overseers of the Poor Account Books

1729 - 1762

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Image 152 of 542 1740


Repairs of the Church

Brought over£364:10:0
Paid Mr. Coombes the Smith(58)10:5:6
Paid Mr. Bignall the Plumber(56)4:0:0
Paid Mr. Pope for Gold Lace(55)23:13:0
Paid Mr. Scullard Upholsterer (53)43:2:0

Washing the Church, the organs, the Pulpitt and all
the Wainscott

Gave the Several Workmen to Drink for all the Repairs1:10:0

Per Contra.Cr:

Received of the Collector£281:4:4
Do. For Fines48:0:0
Do. Burials23:13:8
Do. Parish Rents76:7:0
Do. Yearly Gifts7:0:10
Do. for Sundry's37:18:6
Collected on Church Rate416:6:6
To Ballance26..3..9
£916 14..7

August 7. 1741.

The Foregoing Account of Receipts and Disbursements of Mr. George Scullard< no role >
was Audited Examined and Allowed by Us whose Names are hereunder written
and there remains due from the said Parish of Saint Dionis Back Church to the
said George Scullard< no role > late Church Warden the Sum of Twenty six Pounds three
Shillings and nine pence which Wee Desire may be paid to him by Mr. James
< no role > the present Church Warden out of the first Money's that he shall receive
from the Collectors of the Poors Rate.

Rich Tirrall< no role >
Jas: Spackman< no role >
Jno. Clarke< no role >
Samll. Littlebury< no role >

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