An Account of Certain Charities: Containing a Catalogue of Several Benefactors, who Have Given Or Left Anything to Pious and Charitables [sic] Uses, ... in Tyndale-Ward, in the County of Northumberland. Made at Easter, 1713. Also, Copies and Abstracts of Several Bequests and Settlements, ... To which is Added, a Brief Account and Description of the Parish ... of Hexham, in the County Aforesaid
John White, (for the author,) and sold by him at his house, 1713 - 77 pages
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5th Day aforesaid Alfo Allendale Anno Annuity AUendale AUgood baft bequeath Ten Pounds bequeath Twenty Pounds Bywel Chains Chapel Chapel of ease Charity Churchwardens Common Seal Company of Mercers Corbridge County dated the 18th day of December day of February Dean of Tork Dilston distributed amongst distributed Yearly Elizabeth faid fame fifty Pounds five Pounds Garrygill give and bequeath Governors hall hath Hexhamjhire Honour hundred Pounds implead Interest John Reed Juch laid Trustees Lands last Will dated Letters Patent London Lord Master and Usher Minister Newcastle upon Tyne nigh Northumberland Number Ovingham paid parcel Parish Church Parish of Hexham Pious and Charitable Preaching principal Inhabitants purchase Quarter Rent-Charge Ridley River Tyne Scholars School Schoolmaster ster Stewards Successors Symonburn Testament dated Thomas Three Pounds Twenty Pounds left twenty Shillings unto Vicar Warden West-fide whole Parish Widow Wilkinson William Hutchinson Yearly amongst Yearly Rents yearly Use thereof
Page 1 - ... LECTURESHIP Was founded out of part of the legacy of Mr. Richard Fishborne, citizen and mercer, of London, but originally of Huntingdon. This gentleman by his last will and testament, dated March 30th, 1625, amongst a great many legacies for pious and charitable purposes, amounting to the sum of £ 11,000 and upwards, did give and bequeath to the wardens and commonalty of the mystery of mercers of the city of London £ 2,800 to purchase two or more parsonages, rectories, or church livings, anciently...
Page 6 - Hexham town. 1693. Margaret Broadly, widow, left £ 10 to the friends of William Wilkinson, if they should come for it within seven years (which they did not) then to be let out for the use of the poor, and the interest distributed among them yearly, on the llth of November.
Page 17 - He hath for his Salary half a Day's Wage of every Workman every Month ; which in the time of Peace, when thefe Lead-Mines did fiourim, amounted to between 70 /. and 80 /. a Year.
Page 11 - People who reforted thither to Divine Service, in the Year following, 1695, there was an Augmentation made thereunto by Subfcriptions j but none of thefe, nor the former Subfcrib^rs, exceeding Twenty Shillings a Piece, it's thought fufficient.