Bubwith Glebe Terrier 1716
The Vicaridge of Bubwith in the East Riding of ye County of York is a Mediety – one part whereof belongs to the King the other to the Dean & Chapter of York.
There are two houses with Garths belonging to the King’s part one of which is inhabited by the Vicar, whereunto is added a Barn & a stable &c. All lately rebuilt by the late Incumbent.
There is also another house with Garth belonging to the Dean and Chapter’s part.
But we have no Glebe Land that we know of.
The Customary Tythes paid every Easter are for offerings, Cows, Calves, Hens, Eggs, &c.
At Midsummer for half the Wool of Lamb. At Michms for Hemp, & Line; and Piggs, Geece & Apples as they become due.
The Dean & Chapter’s Augmentation Rent is ten pounds per Annum.
Surplice Fees & Mortuarys, according to custom, for a Marriage, if by Banns, is 2s. 6d., by License 10s. For a Christening Nothing. For a Churching 10d. And for a Burial 1s. 6d.
Witness our Hands –
Robert Taylor - Vicar of Bubwith
Edward Barrett - churchwarden
William Idle - churchwarden
James Brabs - churchwarden
Robt Gray X his mark