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" Church-wardens six months after her decease, and the interest arising therefrom to be laid out in Bread and distributed by the Minister and Churchwardens to the most indigent poor belonging to the parish of Pocklington every New Year's Day for ever. "
The Yorkshire Archaeological Journal - Page 108
1898
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Reports of Cases Decided in the High Court of Chancery: By the ..., Volume 13

Great Britain. Court of Chancery - 1846 - 730 pages
...perpetual anFITZCERAI.D. nuity of 50 /. was bequeathed to the poor of a parish in Bitckinghamsliire,to be laid out in bread, and distributed, by the minister and churchwardens, to the most needy objects in the parish ; and your Honor held that the legacy was liable to duty, although the...
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The rambler in Worcestershire, or Stray notes on churches and ..., Volume 2

John Noake - 1851
...Hill Court, bequeathed by will twenty shillings yearly for ever out of his estate at Flyford Flavel, to be laid out in bread and distributed by the minister and churchwardens to the poor of this pariah at Easter." The register of the parish commences in 1713. In the chapter on Besford...
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Trevor's Taxes on Succession: A Digest of the Statutes and Cases (including ...

Sir Charles Cecil Trevor - 1880 - 384 pages
...147), a testator bequeathed to the poor of the parish of A. 50 per annum, to be laid out at Christmas in bread, and distributed by the minister and churchwardens to the most needy objects in the parish. It was contended that this was not a legacy to any particular individual,...
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The Yorkshire Archaeological Journal, Volume 14

1898 - 758 pages
...relics of parchment and paper were found therein, but so defaced by time as to be quite illegible." Mra. Isabella Moor, late of Pocklington, widow, left by...viz. Ten shillings to the Parson for a sermon upon S1 Thomas' Day, Two shillings to the clerk, flourished in Elizabethan Hays and as time resident in...
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The Victoria History of the County of Rutland, Volume 2

William Page - 1908 - 450 pages
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Parliamentary Papers, Volume 12

Great Britain. Parliament. House of Commons - 1830 - 340 pages
...belonging to John Hurst, sen., called Dyers Hay, immediately after the decease of him and his wife, to be laid out in bread, and distributed by the minister and churchwardens of this parish for the time being, upon the 1st day of January, yearly, for ever." The piece of land...
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