Aughton Terrier 1743

A Terrier of ye Houses & Lands belonging to ye Church of Aughton


Imprimis:   One House and Stable with a garden and orchard


It:             A Croft containing about 4 acres of Land on ye South side of the House.


It:             16 acres of land taken up and Inclosed from ye Commons of Aughton for the benefit of ye sd Church.


It:             Five pounds a year Paid out of ye Tythes of Aughton by the Earl of Scarborough


It:             Paid by ye Kings Receiver at ye Feast of Saint Michael yearly ye sum of Eight Pounds two shillings and Eight Pence.


It:             Five Pounds a year being ye Interest of Two Hundred Pounds assigned by the Governors of ye Bounty of Queen Anne for ye augmentation of the said Church.


It:             A Churchyard with oblations at Seaton, Spaldington and Willitoft.


This is a true and perfect Terrier, Witness our Hands Wm Store Minister, this 22nd of August 1743


John Buttle, John Nottingham, Thomas Clark, Churchwardens