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The accounts of Henry Taylor Churchwarden for the Year ending Easter 1910.

L s d
Mar 24th Brought Forward 60 10 4
Wheatcroft Mr for coal 1 14 4
Steeples for carting coal 111 ½
Balance in hand Easter 1910 7 12
Total 70 79 ½

The above account was submitted to the Easter Vestry meeting held March 30th 1910 but consideration was postponed (Mr Taylor being absent thro illness) .
(1) Because it appeared that Mr Taylor's accounts as Sequestrator to the Benefice while vacant April to October 1909, should be separated from the Churchwardens Accounts.
(2) Because a separate account was submitted by the Rector (Rev C Gordon) of offertories received by him & outgoings paid since Oct 1st 1909 which it was necessary to incorporate, Mr Henry Taylor being ill, Mr Gell as Rector's Churchwarden undertook to arrange the accounts of the Rector & Mr Taylor in ? form after consulting the Rural Dean as to the charges which should be met respectively out of the Rectoral income & the Congregation funds.


(see next page but two)
Signed Philip Lyttleton-Gell
March 30th 1910


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Transcribers note.The following appears to relate to events in 1864.
At a Vestry Meeting held in Carsington Oct 13th 1864 it was proposed by Mr Oldfield & seconded by Mr Bowler that for the future 35 shillings a year be paid by Thos Batterley as rent for the Parish House accepted by them.
Continued on next page

Mr Henry Taylors accounts as ? of the income of the Benefice, April to October 1909.

Expenditure L s d
Cleaning Rectory 4
Care of Rectory garden 15 10
Poor Rates 4 11 10
Rev R Woodward for Sunday services and visiting 45 5
Balance due to Rev Gordon 14 8 5
Total 65 5 1
Continued on next page
Receipts
Sale of fruit 2
Rent Mrs Naylor ½ yr to Sep 29th 1909 * 6
" Mr Seals " " " " " " ** 24
Tithe ? Brown " " " " " " *** 35 3 1
Total Receipts (income of Benifice 1909) 65 5 1
* & ** Has Property Tax been deducted by the tenants, if so the Rector should claim a
rebatement. If not he will be called upon to pay the tax and must then claim a refund.
*** Is this all Tithe due in Carsington? Or merely that due from Col Chandos Pole-Gell.
Does it include Mr Oldfields land?

The accounts of Henry Taylor Churchwarden for the year ending Easter 1910.

Paid L s d
Sacramental wine (2 bottles) 5
Insurance on Church 1 7 6
Mr Peddar for harmonium and choir (June 8th /09.See Vestry minutes.) 4 1
Mrs Webster cleaning and heating 3
Grates for flues 1 0 2
Coal and carting 2 55 ½
Total 11 191 ½
Rev C Gordons Account
Sacramental wine 10 6
Alms to sick and needy 12
Remitted to County Infirmary 2 14
" " Cottage Hospital 2
Mr Hitchcock oil ? etc 18 3
6 14 9
Total 18 1310 ½
Deficiency due to Churchwarden (as above)
Signed Philip Lyttleton Gell
6 16 5
Continued on next page
Easter 1909 to Easter 1910
Received
Balance in hand 1909 1 145 ½
Offertories to Oct ?/09 3 8 3
Total 5 28 ½
Defiency due to Mr Taylor 6 16 5
Total 11 191 ½
Special Offertory (Hospital etc) 4 14
Alms (October/09 to Easter) 1 10 5
General Offertories 4 9 9
Total 10 14 2
Deduct Balance in Rectors hand
Due to Churchwarden 3 19 5
18 1310 ½
L s d
Balance in Rectors hand (as above) 3 19 5
Net deficiency on Offertory Account 2 17
See next page
Total 6 16 5
Continued on next page
Churchwardens account Easter 1910
Deficiency brought forward 2 17
Continued on next page
Special Donations
Col Chandos Pole-Gell 1
Special Donations (cont)L s d
Mr Philip Lyttleton Gell

1

Mr &Mrs Thomas Buxton 2
Mr & Mrs Seals 5
Mrs Oldfield 5
Mrs Elliott 5
Total

2

17
Examined and found correct at adjourned meeting April 5th 1910.
Signed E C Gordon Rector
Philip Lyttleton Gell
Geo W Slater
H F Taylor
W B Hawkins.

The accounts of Henry Taylor Churchwarden for the year ending Easter 1910(c) .

L s d
Apr 29th/09 Paid for 2 bottles Sacramental wine 5
Bacon Mrs & Repton Ellen cleaning Rectory each 4
2 men a day each in Rectory gardens 5
Hitchcock in Rectory garden 10 10
Peddar Mr Poor Rate on Tithe 4 11 10
Dec 8th/09 Insurance on Church for 1750 pounds with Phoenix Co 1 7 6
The Rev R Woodward for preaching and visiting from April 1st to Oct 4th 1909

45

5

Peddar Mr playing Harmonium from June8th to Easter 1910 4 1
Webster Mrs Church cleaning 3
Marsden & Sons grates for flues 1 0 2
Total 60 10 4
Continued on next page
Balance in hand from 1909 1 145 ½
Taylor Mrs for gooseberries 2
Church collections from April 1st to Oct 1st 3 8 3
Naylor E rents due Sep 29th/09 6
Seals Mr " " " " 24
Brown Mrs for Tithe due from Mar 25th to Sep 29th/10.For ½ year 35 3 1
Total 70 79 ½

The accounts of Geo W Slater Churchwarden Carsington Church ending Easter 1911.

1910 L s d
Apr to Sep To Wheatcroft coal 1 4 5
Sep 29th Phoenix Insurance Co 1 7 6
Nov 7th F Dakin sweeping chimneys 6
1911 Apr 18th D Marsden coal hod and riddle 4 1
Dec to Mar 29th Wheatcroft coal 1 19 1
Apr 19th Hitchcock oil bill & coal carting etc 2 17 10
" 20th Mrs Webster to cleaning Church 4
D Marsdens bill 1 5
Mr Gordon wine,rep harmonium 13 1
Balance in hand 3 11 6
Total 16 4 11
Continued on next page
1910
Collections month of April 1 5 4
" " May 1 13 2
" " June 1 0 1
" " July 2 4 7
" " Aug 1 15 9
" " Sep 1 2
" " Oct 13 2
" " Nov 16
" " Dec 1 0 5
" " Jan 1 7 5
" " Feb 19 9
" " Mar 1 0 6
" " Apr 1 6 9
Signed E C Gordon Rector
H F Taylor
W B Hawkins
J H Oldfield.

The accounts of H F Taylor Churchwarden for the year ending Easter 1912.

1912 L s d
Insurance on Church paid to Phoenix Fire Office on 1750 pounds 1 7 6
Wheatcroft Sons for coal 2 19 8
F Dakin sweeping flues 6
Hitchcock for oil and carting coal 1 12
M Webster for cleaning Church 4
E Webster for notice board 8
D Marsdens bill 3 8
Communion wine 5
Registration fee 18
D Marsdens bill 132 ½
Total 12 130 ½
Balance in hand 91 ½
Total 13 2 2
Continued on next page
Collections for the Month of April 5 3
May 12 1
Jun 1 110
Jul 1 14 5
Aug 10 7
Sep 1 7 9
Oct 5 8
Nov 1 167 ½
Dec 1 511 ½
Jan 13
Feb 126 ½
Mar 1 10 7
Apr 1 510 ½
Total 13 2 2
Signed G Hitchcock F Taylor Geo W Slater W S Hawkins J H Oldfield Cecil L Curry Rector.

The accounts of H F Taylor Churchwarden for the year ending Easter 1913.

L s d
Insurance on Church paid to Phoenix Fire Office on 1580 pounds 1 6 6
Slater for coal 4 7 2
F Dakin sweeping flues 6
E Hitchcock for oil and carting coals 2 16 4
E Webster for repairs 2 2 10
Mrs Webster for cleaning Church 4
Communion wine 5
D Marsden & Sons 3 8
E J Buxton 2
Balance in hand 3 9 8
Total 18 19 2
Continued on next page
Collections for Month of May 198 ½
June 2 410 ½
July 2 10 5
Aug 2 1 1
Sep 2 11 7
Oct 1 7 3
Nov 1 1 7
Dec 1 17 8
Jan 19 2
Feb 1 7 3
Mar 1 18 7
Total 18 19 2
Signed Cecil L Curry W B Hawkins Ed Hitchcock

The accounts of H F Taylor Churchwarden for the year ending Easter 1914.

L s d
Insurance on Church paid to Phoenix Fire Office on 1580 pounds 1 7 6
F Dakin sweeping flues 6
Mr Webster cleaning Church 4
Communion wine 10
D Marsden & Sons 7 8
J K Fritchley 3 2 8
Mr Greatorex for oil etc 1 4 5
J Toplis repairs 12 6
Coal 1 12
W Steeples 3 13 3
W Stone carting 2
Balance in hand 108 ½
Total 17 88 ½
Continued on next page
Collections for the Month of March 71 ½
April 1 31 ½
May 1 2 9
June 1 11 2
July 13 5
Aug 1 1911 ½
Sep 1 18 10
Oct 158 ½
Nov 1 124 ½
Dec 1 132 ½
Jan 1 1 4
Feb 1 59 ½
Mar 1 3 11
April 1
Total 17 88 ½
Dated April 15th 1914
Signed N Chandos Pole-Gell Rectors Churchwarden.
W Slater E Buxton.

The accounts of H F Taylor Churchwarden for the year ending Easter 1915.

L s d
Insurance on Church paid to Phoenix Fire Office on 1580 pounds 1 7 6
Mr Webster cleaning Church 4
Communion wine 10
J K Fritchley for repairs 2 4 11
Mr Greatorex for oil etc 1 5 7
W Steeples ? 237 hours @? 4 18 9
D Marsden & Son 1 4 9
J Slater coal 1 5 2
A Johnston 3
Hopton Estate coal 2 10
Total 19 9 8
Carried forward
Continued on next page
Balance in hand 8 ½
Collections for the Month of April 15 10
May 1 38 ½
June 16 8
July 1 5 9
Aug 1 76 ½
Sep 1 159 ½
Oct 95 ½
Nov 1 14 3
Dec 1 2
Jan 1 0 10
Feb 186 ½
Mar 1 1
April 118 ½
Hopton collection 2 6
Carsington " 2 7
Total 18 173 ½
Carried forward
Continued on next page
1915 Easter Vestry Accounts cont,d
Expenditure
Brought forward 18 173 ½
Carsington collection cont,d 1 5
Total 20 23 ½
Signed Cecil C Curry Rector. William Stone Edward Webster.

The accounts of H F Taylor Churchwarden for the year ending Easter 1916.

L s d
Church insurance on 1750 pounds 1 7 6
Mr Webster cleaning Church 4
Comminion wine 10
Mr Greatorex for oil etc 1 ?0 5
W Steeples 1 18 9
D Marsden & Son 5 6
Doxey & Webster 10
Hopton Estate coal 3 16
F Bacon mowing Churchyard 10
Balance in hand 2 7 3
Total 16 8 5
Continued on next page
Balance in hand 11 1
Collections for the Month of April 1 2 1
May 1 41 ½
June 1 710 ½
July 1 3 2
Aug 1 16 5
Sep 15 6
Oct 1 19 ½
Nov 1810 ½
Dec 1 2 5
Jan 1 710 ½
Feb 144 ½
March 1 15 ½
April 2 14 ½
Total 16 8 5
Dated April 26th 1916
Signed Cecil C Curry Rector H Chandos Pole-Gell Rectors Warden W B Hawkins

The accounts of H F Taylor Churchwarden for the year ending Easter 1917.

L s d
Church insurance on 1750 pounds 1 7 6
Mr Webster cleaning Church 4
Communion wine 11
Mr Greatorex for oil etc 1 178 ½
W Steeples 2 17 1
W Lamb mowing Churchyard 12
Hopton Estate coal 5 3 11
R Johnson 1 2
J Fritchley 134 ½
Total 17 3 9
Continued on next page
Collections for Month of April 71 ½
May 1 7 7
June 1 100 ½
July 1 16
Aug 1 8 9
Sep 1 3 2
Oct 1 7 4
Nov 1 11 4
Dec 1?13 ?3
Jan 1 09 ½
Feb 1 6 9
March 1 4 6
April 16 1
Total 16 13?8 ½
Deficit 10 0 ½
Total 17 3 9
Signed Cecil L Curry Chairman

W B Hawkins E Webster.

The accounts of H F Taylor Churchwarden from 1st Sunday after Easter until Nov 4th 1917.

L s d
W Lamb mowing 15
Mr Greatorex 11 8
Communion wine 10
D Marsden & Son 13 6
Balance in hand 6 158 ½
Total 9 5 10
Sent to Rev G A HandhurstRural Dean March 22nd 1918
No bill for Communion wine (E W )
Continued on next page
Collections for the Month of April 1
May 1 14 ½
June 1 72 ½
July 1 9 4
Aug 1 11
Sep 1 69 ½
Oct 1 311 ½
Nov 4 4
Total 9 4 10
These collections are up to and including Nov 7th 1917 (E W)
Continued on next page
To a/cs paid by E Webster
Mr Webster 4
Wm Steeples 2 15 5
Horace Killer 2
Hopton Wood Stone Firms (coal) 2 4 3
John Waterfield coal 1 14 7
D Marsden & Son 17 6
E Webster 164 ½
Total 14 8 1
Summary
To payments as above 14 8 1
To payments to Mr H F Taylor 2 10 2
Total 16 8 3
Paid to Mr Maskrey 6
Balance in hand 5 18 6 ½
Total 23 2 9 ½
Continued on next page
Balance of Mr Taylors account 6 15 8
Special contribution as per Rev C L Curry's statement 2 7
Collections for 3 weeks of November 1 38 ½
" " 5 " " December 1 9 5
" Sick & Needy January 7 7
" for 4 weeks " 2 1 1 ½
L s d
Collections for Sick & Needy February 6 8
" " 4 weeks " 1 18 10
" " Sick & Needy March 8 2
" " 5 weeks " 3 145 ½
Total 20 127 ½
Summary
Collections received by Mr Taylor 9 5 10
" " " " E Webster 11 1911 ½
Special contribution as per Mr Curry 2 7 0
Total 23 29 ½

1918 Church Collections

L s d
Balance in hand 5186 ½
For the Month of May140 ½
June 1 168 ½
July 2 5 6
Aug 83 ½
Sep 128 ½
Oct 14 10
Nov 9 3
Dec 193 ½
Jan 11 10
Feb 4 7
March 6 8
Apr 1 0 ½
Total 16 123 ½
From D Sunday Fund 10
Total 17 23 ½
Continued on next page
Expenses 1918
Paid W Steeples for mowing 15
Insurance on Church 1 7
W Steeples 1 18 4
Mrs Webster 4
D Marsden 17
A Kinder 16
Coal 3 7 11
Insurance on Church 1 10
Total 14 11 3
Summary
Total collections 17 23 ½
Rec,d from E Webster 17 9
Total Receipts 18 0½
Expenses 14 11 3
Balance in hand 3 89 ½
Continued on next page
1918
Special Collections
April 26th Easter offering to the Rev Hanson Bay paid? 30 76 ½
May 19th Diocesan Sunday Fund paid 3 16 2
Aug 14th Prisoners of War Fund 2 23 ½
Oct 20th Harvest Thanksgiving 3 18 2
Total 40 4 2
Continued on next page
Brought forward 40 4 2
Left in hand from Diocesan Sunday 10
Total 39 14 2
Continued on next page
Special Collections L s d
1919
June 8th Dioc Sunday 1 18
Harvest Thanksgiving 3 6 6
Christmas Day 7 4
Easter Day 0 0 0
Total 5 1 10

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