Stanton on the Wolds Parish Council
Terrier of Stanton on the Wolds 1817 York
A terrier of the Buildings, Glebe and Dues belonging to the Rectory of Stanton on the Wolds taken the 30th June One Thousand Eight Hundred and Seventeen.
Im primis The Parsonage house is built of brick and thatched and contains six rooms, the three below are brick floors and plaster walls, the three above are plaster floors and walls. A cellar and small chamber above it. A barn three bays, built with brick and thatched, a stable two bays stud and clay and thatched with some other little offices, one Cow House and a swine stye.
The Glebe as follows, the Close and Church Yard by computation four acres, the Cow Close by computation fourteen acres divided into two, the Horse Close twenty acres, the Long Close seven acres, lying West of the Town and abutting Keyworth. The Butchers Close lying East of the Town and one part abutting the Foss Road has been divided into three and contains by computation between seventy and eighty acres, about the middle of the ground a barn has been built with brick and thatched. Total One Hundred and Twenty Acres.
A yearly pension of one pound paid to the Rector of Clifton taxes deducted. Furniture belonging to the Church and Chancel, a Bible, two common prayer books, a cloth for communion table, a pewter flagon and cup of silver with cover and a plate of pewter, a surplice and pulpit cloth and cashion, a chest and communion table, one Bell. The Clerks wages are paid by the parishioners.
Thomas Smith Curate
Joseph Page Churchwarden
Parishioners William Scottorn, George Page
Ref: Nottingham Archives DR 1/3/2/168/12
Note:- This is the last terrier in this series of terriers transferred from York to the Nottinghamshire Archives. It is interesting to see that there should have been one more, believed to have been taken in 1825. The Notts Archives has a note to the effect that this terrier is missing. It is not known whether it was completed and was sent in or whether it was lost at York in the intervening years.
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