St Dionis Backchurch Parish:
Minutes of Parish Vestries

24th May 1759 - 19th December 1800

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Image 111 of 4553rd July 1767

At the same Vestry the Minutes of the last Vestry
of the 3d. July Instant were read and Confirm'd.

Collier Row

Mr. Maynard then observed that the Lease of the
Parish house and land at Collier Row in the County of
Essex would expire at Michmas 1768 and he apprehended
that it would be necessary for the Church Wardens to go
down there this Summer and see what Condition that
Estate was in Upon which It was moved that the present
Church Wardens and Overseers of the Poor be desired
by this Vestry to go and take View of the said House
and Land and that they be indemnified their Expences
on that occasion And the Question being put on the
said Motion It was carried in the Affirmative Nem: Con
And the same was Ordered accordingly.

Nl: Andrews< no role >
Vestry Clerk

At a Vestry held on Thursday December
17th. 1767.


Mr. James Green< no role >
Mr. Thomas Kellam< no role > This name instance is in set 1515.

Mr. Geo: Maynard< no role > , Mr. Willm. Lem< no role > Mr. Peter Pope< no role >
Mr. Richd: James< no role > Mr. John Haydon< no role > Mr. Hen: Newton< no role >
Mr. Robt: Shillingford< no role > , Mr. Jas: Hebert< no role > , Mr. Benjn Tomkins< no role >
Mr. Edward Kent< no role > , Mr. James Allen< no role > , Mr. Josh: Richardson< no role >
Mr. Henry Giles< no role > , Mr. Willm. Chesson, Mr. John Froud< no role >
Mr. John Chauntrell< no role > , Mr. Wm: Kippax< no role > , Mr. Chas: Robins< no role > .
Mr. John Hawkins< no role > , Mr. Henry Parry< no role > , Mr. John Bedder< no role > ,
and others.

The Minutes of the last Vestry of the 28th.
July was read and Confirmed.

Collier Row

Then Mr. Church Warden Green acquainted
the Gentlemen present that in pursuance of the
said Order the Church Wardens and Overseers
of the Poor had been to Collier Row in the County
of Essex and had taken a View of the Parish House
and Land there, and that John Lord< no role > the present
Tenant had proposed to give Security that he
would keep the said House and Land in proper
Condition upon having a new Lease granted to him
of the Premisses at the same Rent of Ten Pounds
a Year.

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