An Account of the Different Charities Belonging to the Poor of the County of Norfolk: Abridged from the Returns Under Gilbert's Act, to the House of Commons in 1786; and from the Terriers in the Office of the Lord Bishop of Norwich
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Acre aforesaid Alms-house annual produce Annuity annum applied Aylsham belonging bequeathed BLOFIELD charity Christmas Churchwardens Churchwardens and Overseers CLACKCLOSE HUNDRED cloathing containing dated deducted DEPWADE donation EARSHAM East Dereham Estate EYNSFORD EYNSFORD HUNDRED Feoffees FREEBRIDGE LYNN HUNDRED G.—A Rent Charge G.—Land gave by Deed Gent gift Gilbert's Act Gilbert's Return Henry HENSTEAD HOLT HUNDRED HUMBLEYARD Inclosure Act inhabitants interest James Kirby Cane known late LAUNDITCH HUNDRED legacy Manor Mary mentioned Messuage Minister and Churchwardens NORTH ERPINGHAM HUNDRED North Runcton Norwich occupied paid parish Parish Officers payable payment Piece of Land Pockthorpe poor children Poor in bread poor persons poor widows producing 31 purchased quantity of land Rector relief Rent Charge rent thereof repairs Richard sermon SHROPHAM small Cottages South Creak SOUTH GREENHOE HUNDRED TAVERHAM Tenement Terrier Terrier of 1806 town Town-house Trustees TUNSTEAD TUNSTEAD HUNDRED unknown vested in John vested in William wardens yearly rent