Aughton Terrier 1726

A Terrier of the House and other profitts belonging to ye Curacy of Aughton


1st:            An House and Stable with a garden and orchard a garth containing by estimation 3 acres of ground, also common right.


2ly:            16 acres of Inclosed Common land.


3ly:            A rent Charge out of ye tythes of Aughton of Five Pounds per annum


4ly:            The Interest of Two Hundred Pounds being Queen Anne’s Bounty.


5ly:            Paid by the Kings Receiver Eight Pounds two shillings and Eight Pence at Michaelmas.


Witness our Hands this 3rd Day of September 1726


Wm Store, Curate


Wm Taitt, Churchwarden

George Young, Overseer

George Smith, Cha: Langwith (?, damaged), parishioners