The vestry held for St. Peter's parish the 27 march, 1704.
Mr. Richard Squire,
minister; Joseph Foster, Wm. Bassett, John Parke Junr,
David Crafford, John Parke, John Scott, Hene. Chiles,
James Moss, Nicho. Meriwether Gent: Church wardens.
It is ordered that maj'r nicholas merriwether send for Glass, Lead Sodder and Casments for the Chappell and to be paid for the same in Sweet Sented Tobacco and Cask Conv't at, the middle marquit price with fifty p Cent. upon his Goods.
Rege'r p WILL
CLOPTON, Clk. rege.
At a vestry held for St. Peter's Parish in New Kent County the 3 Aprill, 1704.
Mr. Richard Squire,
minister; Joseph Foster, Rich'd Littlepage, David Crafford, John
Parke, Hene. Chiles, John Parke, Jun'r, Jno. Scott, Gent
James Moss, Nicho. Meriwether, Gent'n Church wardens.
This vestry taking into their serious Consideration the Largeness of this parish there being two Churches and one Chappell in the same, and the major part of the parish being desirous of a devision becase they Cannot have the word of God duly preached to them, doe accordingly agree upon a devision and that it begineth at the mouth of maddadecun Creeke so up the Said Creeke to Mr. Lewis mill, thence down the Queens high Roade to the rowling Roade that goeth from Edward mores to Geo'r Turners so along the Said Roade including the Said more in the upper parish, thence along the Said Roade to the Plantation of John Baughan Senr who is to be in the upper parish, thence upon a Line between the plantation of Nicholas Lawson and John Sandige the said Lawson to be in the Lower parish and Sandige in the upper and soe upon a Straite Line to Chickahamany Swamp including Edw Clark in the uper parish and Capt. James Moss and Maj'r Nicholas Merriwether Church wardens are Requested by this vestry to Suplicate his Excellence by way of Petition for his Concurrence with this order which if he be pleased to grant that the Lower parish may Continue the name of St. Peter and that his Excellence would be pleased to give a name to the upper parish as to his wisdom may seem meete and the Gleabe Lands w'ch are about 200 acres remaine as they were that is 100 acres in the Lower parish to remaine to the Brick Church and 100 acres to remaine to the upper Church and what plate or ornaments in the parish to be Equally divided betwen both parishes and that which is Called by the name of the upper Church to be left in Good Repaire and that the Chapell to be finished all at the Cost of both parishes and Mr. Richard Squire was Requested by this vestry to declare what parish he would make Choice of (if his Excellence were pleased to admit of a Division who accordingly accepts) of the Lower parish.
Regeristered p. WM. CLER: Rege.
St. Peter's Parish, June the 1st 1704.
Pursuant to an act of Assembly made at a Generall Assembly begun the 20th Aprill, 1704 for the division of this Parish the free houlders and hous keepers of this parish have this day meet and Chosen and Ellected a vestry for the said parish who are Capt. Richard Littlepage, Mr. Geo. Poindexter, Mr. Will Bassett, Mr. Rich'd Allen, Mr. Thomas Butts, Ju'r, William Clopton, Collo. John Lightfoot, Mr. John Foster, Mr. John Parke; Jun'r, Mr. John Scott, Mr. Thomas Massie, Mr. William Waddell, who have accordingly taken the oathes pointed by Law subscribed to the Test and to be Conformable to the Doctrin and Dissiplin of the Church of England, all the above gentlemen Except Mr. William Bassett and Mr. John Parke Ju'r, Sworn before Coll'e Joseph Foster.
At a vestry held for St. Peter's parish the 1st June, 1704.
Mr. Rich'd Littlepage, Cot. Jno. Lightfoot, Mr. Geo'r Poindexter, Mr. Jno. Foster, Mr. Rich'd Allen, Mr. Jno. Scott, Mr. Tho. Butts, ju'r, Mr. Thos. Massie, Will Clopton, Mr. Wm. Waddell, vestrymen.
This vestry doe agree with Mr. Richard Squire, minister of this parish to be paid according to Law and to Eand the year upon the first day of Jan'r next. Present: Mr. Rich'd Squire, minister.
Capt. Richard Littlepage and Capt. John Scott are Chosen and Elected Church wardens of this parish for the insuing year.
The Church wardens are requested and impowered to forewarne Robert Hughes from building or Cleering upon the Gleab Land and in Case he will persist in building or Cleering upon the Said Land then to Commence Sute against him and imploy an atturney or atturneys against him and Likewise to get the Church yard very well paled in and Cleered as they shall think fitt.
Att a vestry held for St. Peter's parish the 14th June, 1704.
Mr. Richard Squire,
minister; Col. Jno. Lightfoot, Wm. Clopton, Mr. Geo. Poindexter,
Mr. Jno. Foster, Mr. Rich'd Allen, Mr. Tho. Massie, Mr. Tho.
Butts, Ju'r, Mr. Wm. Waddell, Vestrymen.
Capt. Rich'd Littlepage, Capt. Jno. Scott, Church wardens.
Mr. Will Bassett and Mr. John Parkes, Ju'r, being Elected two of the vestry for this parish and haveing appeared according to notice given them have had the oathes apointed by Law duely administered to them by John Lightfoot, Esq'r and Likewise subscribed the Test and to be Conformable to the Church of England, as by Law Established are admitted to the vestry.
Present: Mr. William Bassett and Mr. John Parkes, Ju'r.
William Clopton not any way Relinquishing or foregoing the place and office of a vestryman, but that he is Continued in the full power and office of a vestryman is Continued Clerke of this vestry and parish till the 1st day of Januery next, and to be paid as formerly.
John Hilton is Continued Sexton of this Parish till the first day of Januery next, and to be paid at the rate of five hundred and forty pounds of Tobacco p annum.
Upon Reeding of his Excellence in Council his order Con cerning S'r Edw'd northe Knight her maj'ter att'r Gen'ell his opinion on the acts of Assembly of this Collony relating to the Church and perticularly Concerning Inductions the Clarke is ordered to Commit the same regester.
Rege p. WM. CLOPTON, Cle'k reg'e.
On Consideration of the Laws of Virginia provision being made by the act Entitulated Churches to be built or Chappell of Ease for the building a Church in Each parish and by ye act intitaled ministers to be Inducted that ministers of each parish Shall be Inducted on the presentation of ye paritioners and ye Church wardens being by the Act Entitled Church wardens to keep the Church in repaire and provide * aments to Collect the minister's dues & by ye Act for the better support and maintain ance of the Clergy provision being made for ye ministers of the parishes by the Said Act for Inducting ministers ye Governer being to Induct ye ministers to be presented & thereby he being Constituted ordinary & as Bishop of the Plantation and with a power to punish ministers preaching Contrary to ye Law: I am of opinion the Advowson & right of presentation to the Churches is subject to ye Laws of England, there being no Express Law of ye Plantation made further Concerning the same therefore, when ye Parishioners present their Clark & he is Inducted by the Governer (who is to and must Induct on the presentation of ye parishioners) ye Incumbant is for his Life and Can not be displaced by the parishioners; if ye parishioners do not present a minister to the Governor w'thin six months after any Church shall become voyde ye Governer as ordinary Shall and may Collate a Clerk to Such Church by Laps & his Collate shall hould ye Church for his life if the Parishioners have never presented they have a reasonable time to present a minister, but if they will not present, being required so to doe ye Governer may allso in their default Collate a minister in Inducting ministers by the Governer on the presentation of the parish or his own Collation he is to see ye ministers be quallified according as ye act for Inducting ministers requires. In Case of ye avoydance of any Church the Governer as ordinary of ye Plantation is according to ye Statue of 28 [-] 8 Chap. 11th ecl. 5th to appoint a minister to officiate till the parish shall present one or ye six months be Lapsed and such person appointed to officiate in ye vacancy is to be paid for his service out of the profits thereof from the time ye Church shall become voide. By a Law a bond stated no minister is to officiate as such tilt he hath showed to ye Governer ha is quallified according as ye Said Act for Induction directs, if ye vestry do not levy ye Tobacco ye Court then must decree ye same to be Levyed.
July 29th, 1703.
At a Council held at Williamsburg ye 3d day of March, 1703.
Present: His Excellency in Councill.
Upon reading at this board S'r Edwarde Northe Knight her ma'te Attorney Generall his opinion upon ye acts of Assembly of this Collony relating to ye Church & particularly concerning Induction of ministers & His Excellency is pleased to order yt a Copy of the S'd S'r Edw'd Northe his opinion be sent to ye Church wardens of Each parish within this Colony Requiring them upon receit thereof forthwith to Call a vestry and there to Cause the Same to be read and Entered in the vestry booke to the Land the Said vestrye may offer to his Excellence what they think proper thereupon.
ROBERTSON, Cl. Cou.
At a Vestry held for St. Peter's parish in New Kent County the 7th July, 1704.
Mr. Richard Squire, minister; John Lightfoot, Esq'e Mr. Rich'd Allen, Mr. Geo. Poindexter, Mr. Wm. Waddell, Mr. Jno. Foster, Mr. Tho. Massie, Mr. Wm. Bassett, Wm. Clopton, vestrymen.
Mr. John Scott, Church warden.
Capt. John Scott, Capt. Rich'd Littlepage, Mr. William Bassett, Mr. Rich'd Allen and Mr. Thomas Massie or any fouer of them are Requested to meet such gentlemen of the vestry of St. Palls parish to run the Dividing Line between this parish and the parish of St. Pall and that it be done by the County Suvaeior at the Charge of both parishes and the Clerke is ordered to waite on the Church wardens of St. Pall's parish with a Copy of this order that it may be done forthwith.
John Lightfoot, Esq r, Cap. Richard Littlepage, Capt. John Scott, Mr. George Poindexter and Mr. Thomas Butts or any fouer of them are Requested to meet such Gentlemen as shall be apointed by the Gentlemen of the vestry of St. Pall's parish to Devide what orniments were belonging to this Parish when it Was all in one and Likewise to adjust and Settle all maner of accts. belonging to the Said parish when it was all in one intire parish according to the order for the Devision of the Said parish and the Gentlemen of St. Pall's parish are Requested to meet at the Brick Church and to give the Gen'ts of this parish a forthnight's notice for the time of meeting.
Capt. John Scott and Capt. Richard Littlepage, Church wardens, are Requested and acordingly ordered to Imploy a Carpenter to build one Dwelling House 20 feet Long and 16 feet wide, with an Inside Chimney, posts in the Ground 8 feet pitcht double joiest and Lofted upon the Gleabe Land belonging to this parish formerly Given by Reece Hughes. Whereas Edw'd Morgan Complaines to this vestry that he hath in his house a very poore, Lame and impotent woman named Jane Clarke, ordered that he keep the Said Jane Clarke and to be alowed as others are in the same Case.
Rege. p WM.
CLOPTON, Cle'k Veste.
At a Vestry held for St. Peter's parish ye 18th day August, 1704.
Mr. Richard Squire, minister; Mr. Thos. Butts, Mr. Wm. Waddill, Mr. Geo. Poindexter, Mr. Thos. Massey, Mr. Rich'd Allin, Wm. Clopton, vestrymen.
Capt. John Scott, Capt. Rich'd Littlepage, Church wardens.
Whereas the Church wardens have lald before this vestry Sr Edw'd Northe her Maj'hgt Att'r Gen'lle opinion Concerning Inductlons & his Ex'cye ord'r in Council on the Same together w'th his Ex'cye Proclamation Requiring ye Vestrye to give him all act w't Gleabe lands in ye Respective parishes in Virga & wt building thereon & likewise whethere they have Rec'd any of ye Great Bibles Sent in by S'r Geofrey Geofrye to be this vestry answer that they are not for Inducting the Minister nor for any dislike they have to him, but that the whole p'sh in Gen'll is agt.
Gleabe Lands no building upon it at present there being some dispute in law about it & for ye Great Bibles sent in by S'r Geof'y Geofreys do not know of any that hath been brought heither, orderd ye Clerk Send a Copy of this ord'r to ye Sec'rs office.
Ordered by the Church wardens forthwith a good pr of Stocks to be Built & Set up just w'th out ye Church yard & to be Paid at ye laying ye next levie.
Ordered yt Pelham Moore Scoure up ye dich about ye old Church to ye full Depth & width it was at first, & cut Quite through ye place where people went in & doe it between this & ye last of October & to be pd three hundred pounds of Tob'o & Cask Conv't at Laying ye next Levy.
Mr. Richard Squire is Requested to preach two Sermons in every year at the old Church, commonly known by ye name of ye Broken back'd Church.
Recorded p WM. CLOPTON, Clk veste.
New Kent County.
At a meeting Capt. Rich'd Littlepage, Capt. Jno. Scott, Jno. Lightfoot, Esq'r, Mr. Tho. Butts, Gen't in trust for St. Peter's Parish & Mr. David Craford, Maj'r Nicho. Merriwether, Mr. Henry Chiles. Capt. Rob't Allderson & Mr. Jno. Moss, Gen't in truste for Saint paul's pr'sh at ye Brick Church in St. Peter's pr'sh ye 29th Aug't, 1704.
|St. Peter's pr'sh.||Dr.|
|To Mr. Rich'd Squire for 5 moneths, CC||6665|
|To CC for Do.||933|
|To Wm. Clopton, Clerk for 5 months||895|
|To Jno. Hilton Sexton for 5 months, I25 CC 10||135|
|To Idem for washing Surples||25|
|To Jno. Webb for 5 mo'th, 125 CC 10||135|
|To Idem for washing ye Surples||25|
|To Tho. Mimms for widdow faulkner, 5 mon'ths, CC||450|
|To Wm. Martin for Wm. Moore||270|
|To ye widdow Pyrant for five mo's||225|
|To Peter Plantine for Antho. Burrows, 5 mo's||450|
|To Sam'l Waddy for James Turner||540|
|To Jno. Kimbrow for 5 mo'hs||270|
|To Wm. Atkinson for 5 mo'hs||270|
|To Mrs. Roper for a bastard child||450|
|To Nicho. Mills for keeping a bastard child||403|
|To Maj'r Nicho. Merriwether ye ball. his acct||1447||1/2|
|To Sam'l Waddie his acct||700|
|To Joseph Baughn, Chain Carrier||30|
|To Jno. Landige ye Same||30|
|To Thos. Snead ye Same||30|
|To Rich'd Clark, Ju'r, for pleating ye Surveyor||100|
|To Jno. White's acct Regulated||180|
|To ye Church wardens of both pr'she for ye Trouble about ye division of ye parish||400|
|To Capt. Scott for Trouble about ye Survey'r||100|
|To Capt. Littlepage for paid Care foot ye Glazer L3-18s-6d at 1d p pound||949|
|To Convey for * * *||56|
|To Ja * * * aesd. work||1190|
|* * *||166|
|* * * w Junr.||5*|
|To Capt. Robt. Anderson||45|
|To Thos. Jackson, his acct.||1179|
|To Coll. Joseph Foster, 500 6d nailes||20|
|To Idem p acct. more||140|
|To Mr. Geo. Poindexter's acct. Regulated L1 13s 9d, at 10 p C||338|
|To David Clarkson p acct.||140|
|To Mrs. Alice wiat ye Ball. her acct. p 20 lbs 10s at 10qd p cent||108|
|To Capt. James Moss his acct.||170|
|To Capt. Geo. Clough's acct.||163|
|To Vincent Vaughn's acct. 808 C.C. 113||921|
|To Wm. Clopton's acct.||2330|
|To Jno. Hilton's acct. keeping goody Ashle||380|
|To ye Collector for ye minister's Rent, 3 mos. 250 C.C. 35||285|
|To Wm. Clopton for Extreordinary Trouble about ye Devision, &c., 600, 100||700|
|To Jno Hilton's atendance here to Sall at 5 p Cent||1404|
|By 947 Tithables at 31 p polo is||29357|
|By ball. due to ye Colect'r||00146|
|St Paul's pr'sh||Dr.|
|L- s- d|
|To ye half of ye Church plate & Table Cloath||2- 5- 0|
|To Ball. due St. Paul's parish||0- 5- 0|
|By halfe of Mr. Henry Wyatt Legacy||2-10- 0|
Whereas we, the Subscribers, were apointed by both parishes to adjust & Settle all accts. between ye S'd parishes & having this day mett p'suant to ye Same, doe find ye pr'sh debt to amount to Twenty Nine Thou'd five hund'r & three pounds of Tobo. w'ch being divided by 947 ye Number of Tithables for this pr sent year amounts to 35 lbs. Tobo. p polo, Saving 146 lbs. Tobo. to be paid by both p'rish's to ye Colect'r next year, each Tithable in both ye S'd pr'shs for Derraying ye afores'd Charge upon ye division of ye plate & all other ornaments there is due to St. Paul's p'rishes five Shill's, & if there should happen to be any mistake or Error of either Side to be Equally Rectified.
John Lightfoot, Thos. Butts, Nicho. Meriwether, David Craford, Rich'd Littlepage, Jno. Scott, Henry Chiles, Robt. Anderson, jun'r, John Mask.
At a vestry held for St. Peter's p'sh in New Kent County ye 1st Nov'r, 1704.
Mr. Richard Squire,
Coll. John Lightfoot, Mr. Wm. Waddill, Mr. Wm. Bassett, Mr. Rich'd Allen, Mr. Jno. Park, Jun'r, Mr. Tho. Massey, Mr. Jno. Foster, Wm. Clopton, vestrymen.
Capt. Rich'd Littlepage, Capt. John Scott, Church wardens.
|St. Peter's Parish||Dr.|
|To Rich'd Squire for 7 months||9335|
|To CC for Ditto at 14 p cent||1306|
|To Wm. Clopton, Clerk, for 7 months||1394|
|To Jno. Hilton, Sexton, for 7 months||315|
|To Tho. Mims for widow faulkner 7 months||630|
|To Wm. Martin for Wm. More 10 weeks||125|
|To Mrs. Roper for a bastard child 7 mon||630|
|To James Stringer, p acct.||350|
|To Capt. John Scott, p. acct.||490|
|To Wm. Martin p his acct. Regulated||310|
|To James Sanders p acct||400|
|To Tho. Jackson p acct 1200 CC 168||1368|
|To Jno. Hilton p acct||50|
|To Jno. Hilton for keeping Widd. Ashle 7 mon||630|
|To Capt. Rich'd Littlepage p acct. 3550||4047|
|To Tho. Mims for a pr. Shoes for wid. * *||40|
|To Wm. Clopton p acct.||100|
|To Rich'd Harvey for his Troub. * * ye Church||100|
|To Mr. Levermore for 9 mos. rent||855|
|To Ex. pd toward a Bell, but to Lye in ye Collector's hands till it be ordered|
|p ye Church wardens 1500 CC 210||1710|
|To Capt. Littlepage acct.||454|
|To Sall'r of 24639 at 5 p Cent||1232|
|To Ball. due to ye p Church||233|
|By 502 Tithables at * * pole||2610*|
The Parish Levey being proportioned to fifty two pounds of Tobo. pr polo w'ch with thirty one upon ye Settlement before ye Division of ye parish amounts to Eighty three pounds of Tobo. p polo, w'ch Sume of Eighty three pounds of Tobo. p polo Capt. James Moss, Sherife of this County, is hereby impowered & ordered to Receive & Collect of & from Each & Every Tythable p'son w'thin this p'sh, & in Case of non payment to Levy ye Same by Distress.
Coll. Jno. Lightfoot, Capt. Rich'd Littlepage, Capt. Jno. Scott, Mr. Tho. Butts, & Mr. Jno. Park, Ju r, or any 4 or 3 of them are Requested to meet Such Gent as ye Gent of St. Paul's p'sh Shall apoint at ye Lower Church of their p'sh one Wensday ye 8th of this Enstant by tenn of ye Clock in ye forenoon in ord'r to ye Settle of Severall accts. belonging to both p'shes.
Rich'd Squire, Clerk; Jno.
Park, Jun'r, J. Lightfoot, Wm. Waddill, Wm. Bassett, Rich'd
Allin, Jno. Foster, Wm. Clopton,
Rich'd Littlepage, Jno. Scott, Church wardens.
At a Vestry held for St. Peter's ye 6th Jan'e, 1704.
Mr. Rich'd Squire, min't: Jno. Lightfoot, Esq'r, Mr. Jno. Foster, Mr. Wm. Waddill, Mr. Tho. Butts, Mr. Rich'd Allin, Wm. Clopton, Mr. Wm. Bassett, Mr. Tho. Massey, Mr, Jno Park, Jun'r, Mr. Geo. Poindexter.
Capt. John Scott, Church warden.
The order of Vestry made w'th Mr. Rich'd Squire, min'r, bearing date of ye first day of June, 1704, is Received for ye insuing year.
Ordered that Wm. Clopton be Clerk of this Vestry & to be paid five hundred pounds of Tobacco p annum.
Ordered that Mr. Norris is chosen Reader of this p'sh & to be allowed eight hundred pounds of Tobacco p annum.
Ordered that John Hilton be Sexton of this Church & to be paid five hundred & fifty pounds of tobo. p annum.
RICH'D SQUIRE, Clarke.
Jno. Foster, Jno. Lightfoot, Rich'd Allin, Jno. Parke, Ju'r, Tho. Butts, Tho. Massey, Jno. Scott, Wm. Waddill, Wm. Bassett.
Chu'r wardens, Wm. Clopton, Geo'e Poindexter.
At a vestry held for St. Peter's p'sh in New Kent County ye 14th of May, 1705.
Mr. Wm. Bassett, Mr. John Parke, Jun'r, Wm. Clopton, Mr. Geo. Poindexter, Mr. Tho. Massey, Mr. Rich'd Allin, Mr. Wm. Waddill, vestrymen.
Capt. John Scott, Church warden.
Mr. Wm. Bassett & Mr. Geo. Poindexter are Chosen & Elected Church Wardens & to act & doe therein accordingly from this time till Easter next.
Wm. Clopton, one of the Surveyors of this County, applying himselfe to this vestry for help to clear ye Road in his presinct is ordered all ye tythables belonging to those persons following, viz.: Madd. Sarah Bray, Dan'l Park, Esq'r, Ju'r Ashew, Steph. Mitchell, James Crump, Wm. Burrow, Steph. Mitchell, Ju'r, Wm. Forgasen, Robt. Crump, Wm. Crump, Jno. Waddill, Jun'r Rich'd, Crump, Steph. Crump, Chas. Barker, Tho. Shroasby, Eliza Crump, widdow & Tho. Brigman.
Jno. Scott,' Tho. Massey, Jno. Park, Jun'r, Wm. Clopton, Wm Waddill, Geo. Poindexter, Rich'd Alin, Wm. Bassett, Chu'r wardens.
At a Vestry held for St. Peter's p'sh in New Kent County 7ber ye 10th. 1705.
Mr. Rich'd Squire, min'r; Capt. John Scott, Mr. Rich'd Allen, Mr. Tho. Butts, Mr. Wm. Waddill, Mr. Jno. Park, Jr., Wm. Clopton, Mr. Jno. Foster, Mr. Tho. Massie.
Mr. Wm. Bassett, Mr. Geo'e Poindexter, Ch. Wardens.
Mr. Tho. Butts, Mr. Geo. Poindexter & Mr. Jno. Park, Jun'r, or any two of them, are apointed to meet Such Gent'm as Shall be apointed by ye Vestry of St. Paul's parish at Such times & place as ye Gen'n of St. Paul's parish Shall apoint.
Ordered yt ye Church wardens forthwith bring Suit agt. ye Extr'e of Jno. LyddaI1, Gent. late of this County, dec'd for a Legacy Left to this p'sh by ye S'd Lyddall.
Whereas there was a Leese taken by this p'sh Philip Levermore, as marrying ye Ex'trx of Mr. Lyddall, Gent Dec'd for ye house & Plantation where (ye S'd) Jno. Lyddall Lately lived upon at ye annual Rent of 1000 lbs. Tobo. & Cask Conv't p annum & ye Parish being desirous to acquit them Selves of yt Leese or agreement Mr. Richard Squire doth hereby agree to & w'th this p'sh & hereby acquit ye S'd p'sh of & from ye Sd Leese at ye end of this yeare ye Parish paying him ye S'd Mr. Squire ye Same Sume of tobo. they were to have paid Mr. Levermore till such time yt ye Parish can provide a Suficient Gleabe for ye min'r to live upon.
Ordered yt Mr. Geo. Poindexter & Mr. Wm. Bassett, Ch'r wardens, to be a Saile from Rob't Hughes to this ps'h for all that Land Given to this p'sh by his father, Rees Hughes.
Rich'd Squire, Wm. Bassett, Geo. Poindexter, Church wardens.
Jno. Scott, Thos. Butts, Jno. Foster, Jno. Park, J'r, Thos. Massie, Rich'd Allin, Wm. Waddill, Wm. Clopton.
At a vestry held for St. Peters psh in New Kent County ye 15 octob'r 1705.
Capt. Rich'd Littlepage,
Capt. Jno. Scott, Mr. Tho. Butts, Mr. Rich'd Allin, Mr. Wm.
Waddill, Mr. Tho. Massie, Mr. Wm. Clopton.
Mr. Wm. Bassett, Mr. Geo. Poindexter, Chu. Wardens.
ST. PETER'S PARISH.
|To Mr. Rich'd Squire, C. Clr., for 1 year||16000|
|To Cask & Conv't to Do||2240|
|To Mr. Wm Norris, Cl. of ye Ch'r, for 1 year||800|
|To C.C. to Do.||112|
|To Wm. Clopton, Cl. to ye Vest'r., 500 C.C., 60||560|
|To Mr. Hilton, Sexton for 1 year||540|
|To Rob't Hughes for ye Gleabe land, 2100 C.C. 294||2394|
|To Eliza. King, Wid., her acc't||985|
|To Mr. Rob't Napier p acc't||300|
|To Wm Gardener his acc't Regulated||1575|
|To Idem. for Cask of 1200 of ye same||00096|
|To Rich'd Scruggs p acc't Regulated, 545 Ca., 44||589|
|To Jno Hilton for keeping widd. Ashile, 5 mo.||450|
|To Geo. Austin his acc't Regulated||749|
|To Wm. Hughes p acc't||300|
|To Capt. Richard Littlepage p acc't||30|
|To Edw'd Morgan p acc't 585 Ca., 68||923|
|To Mr. Upshere p acc't & keeping a bastard child 12 mos. at ye 12 of Nov'r & Clothes||1280|
|To Capt. Rich'd Littlepage p acc't, 1200 Ca., 1000 Do, 80||125|
|To Capt. Scott for a Stann||40|
|To Thos. Jackson acc't||50|
|To Tho. Mims for keeping widow Faulkner 1 yr, 1000 Ca. 80||1080|
|To Mr. Geo. Poindexter p acc't 653 C.C. 91||744|
|To Capt. Littlepage, She'r, p acc't of fees, 60||660|
|To Wm. Clopton p ball. his acc't||709|
|To Jno. Hilton his acc't Regulated||300|
|To Sam'l Smith for
his Right for ye Gleabe land given by his father, Geo.
to this p'sh, but to Lie in ye Collector's hands till he acknowledges ye same
from him & his heirs
|To C.C. to Do.||112|
|To ye Collector to
give to Coll. Lightfoot serv'ts for their trouble about
|To Rich'd harve for Service Done to ye Church||500|
|To Capt. Richard
Littlepage for building one house 20 feet long & 16
feet wide w'th
an Inside Chimney 8 foot Pitch with a Shead on one Side & a Partition in ye Same w'th
two doores, ye house to be lofted w'th Clapboard w'th a Lock & Key & hinges to ye
outward Doore, all to be done w'th Strong & workman like & to be finished by ye last
day of Jan'r next, & Capt. Littlepage asumes to enter into bond w'th ye Ch'r W'ns for
ye due p'formance of ye same.
|To Sall'r of 4797 at 5 p cent||238|
|To Sall'r of 36431 at 5 p ct.||1821|
|P. Thos. Jackson||1000|
|P. Capt. Moss to pay Mr. Levermore for rent 1000 C.C., 140||1140|
|P. Capt. Moss part of wt. was left in his hands for a bell||570|
|P. 533 Tytha's at 69 lb. p. polo||36777|
|Pa. Deposito. to be p'd ye Collector next year||143|
|The p'sh Levy being
Proportioned am'tt to 69 lb. Tobo. p pole with Sume of 69
tobo Capt. Rich'd Littlepage is hereby impowered to Collect according to Law & make
paym't thereof to ye Severall p'sons for whom it was Levied
Poindexter, Wm. Bassett, Ch'r War.
Rich'd Littlepage, Jno. Scott, Tho. Butts, Rich'd Allen, Tho. Massie, Wm. Waddill, Wm. Clopton.
At a Vestry held for St. Peter's parish in New Kent County ye 3Ist Dec'r, 1705.
Capt. Jno. Scott, Mr. Tho. Butts, Mr. Rich'd Allen, Mr. John Parke, Jun'r, Mr. Wm. Waddill, Wm. Clopton.
Mr. Wm. Bassett, Mr. Geo. Poindexter, Chu'r wardens.
This vestry doe order & agree yt Mr. Rich'd Squire be Continued minister of this p'sh for this Ensuing year & be paid as formerly.
Ordered that Mr. Wm. Norris, Co. Clerk of this p'sh & Vestry & to be paid at ye rate of one Thous'd Three hundred pounds of Tobacco & Cask, Ct., p annum, but if ye S'd Mr. Wm. Norris doth not come to live in this p'sh by Easter day next then this agreement to be Void.
Mr. Wm. Bassett, Mr. Geo. Poindexter, Mr. Jno. Scott, Tho. Butts, Rich'd Allen, Mr. Parke, Jr., Wm. Waddill, Wm. Clopton.
At a Vestry held for St. Peter's Parish in New Kent County ye 16th day of March, 1705/6.
Jno. Lightfoot,Esq., Mr. Jno. Scott, Mr. Jno. Foster, Mr. Richd Allen, Mr. Tho. Massie, Mr. Jno. Parke, Jun'r, vestrymen.
Mr. Wm. Bassett, Churchwarden.
Whereas, there has been an order of Court dated Jane'y 28th, 1705-6, for processioning according to Law, & for dividing the p'shes into precincts.
The Vestry having met accordingly have ordered ye Church of the Vestry to give notice to the people of this p'sh to procession as has been usuall ordered that Mr. William Bassett & Mr. Thomas Massie give notice to two gn the Vestry of the upper pa'sh to meet them about processioning of this P'ish Line, & that they give timely notice to bring their Children to see the S'd processioning. Ordered that Mr. Thomas Butts & Mr. Geo. Poindexter give notice to two of the Vestry of the Lower P'ish to meet them ab't processioning of the P'sh line & yt ye give timely notice to bring their Children to See the procession. Geo. Poindexter.
Ordered that a Vestry is to be held for this p'sh ye 25th of this instant March, it being Easter munday aft nine of the Clock in the morning.
Registered p Wm. NORRIS, Clk Vestry.
At a Vestry held for St. Peter's P'ish in New Kent County, May ye 4th, 1706.
Geo. Poindexter, Rich'd
Allen; Church wardens.
Jno. Scott, Wm. Bassett, Wm. Clopton, Wm. Waddill, Jno. Parke, Jun'r.
Ordered that Mr. Geo. Poindexter & Mr. Rich'd Allen are chosen & elected Church wardens for the ensuing year & to Expire next Easter, but that Mr. Rich'd Allen shall continue a year longer, & also that every Vestryman w'c shall be chosen from this ensuing time shall continue two years.
Ordered that the Church wardens so provide necessary ornaments for the Church, according to Law.
Registered p WM. NORRIS, Clk of Vestry.
At a Vestry held for St. Peter's P'ish New Kent County, October ye 11th 1706.
Mr. Rich'd Squire, min.
Capt. Rich'd Littlepage,
Capt. John Scott, Mr. Wm. Bassett, Mr. Wm. Waddill, Mr. Wm.
Clopton, Mr. Tho. Butts, Mr. Jno. Parke, Mr. Thos. Massie.
Mr. Geo. Poindexter, Mr. Rich'd Allen, Ch. Wardens.
|ST. PETER'S PARISH,||Dr.|
|To Mr. Rich'd Squire, min'r, for 1 year||16000|
|To C. C., for Do||240|
|To Wm. Norris, Cl'k of the Church. & Vestry||1300|
|To C. C., to Do||182|
|To Jno. Hilton, Sexton, for 1 year||570|
|To Wid'o Austin for keeping Wid. Ashley 1/2 year, Ca||540|
|To Jno. Hilton's acc't||228|
|To Do. acc't for keeping & burying, Mary Wilkinson||400|
|To Do. acc't for fetching & Carrying ye Plate from Mr. Poindexter||100|
|To Rich'd Scruggs for keeping a sick child 1/2 year Ca||540|
|To Tho. Hughes' acc't regulated||200|
|To Capt. John Scott's acc't||290|
|To Mr. Walker for keeping Fem'e Berass from ye parish||100|
|To Jno. Upshear for keeping a p'ish child 1 year||1188|
|To Tho. Wm's for keeping wid'w faulkner us. p||1080|
|To Peter Lespleete for keeping & burying El. Tomson||200|
|To Rich'd Harvey for service to ye Church||114|
|To Mr. Geo. Poindexter's acc't to 13L., 12s 9d., at 10 p.c||2707|
|To Do. Assignee of Rob't Napier||200|
|To Do. Assignee Eliz. King||590|
|To Do. Assignee of Wm. Gardiner||300|
|To Do. for Services Done||145|
|To C. C. to his acc'ts||531|
|To Mr. Tho. Massie for Liquor in giving ye procession||16|
|To Mr. Wm. Bassett for Services done||170|
|To Capt. Cloughan acc't fees||976|
|To Capt. Moss, Shr. acc't||50|
|To Capt. Littlepage, Shr. Accts||00030|
Built in y'r 1703 The Brick Church Cost Building above 146073 Lbs. of Tobo. as may be found by Examining ye accounts when ye Severall payments were made.
JAMES TAYLOR, Reader.
The agreement between Mr. Rich'd Squire and the Vestry of St. Peter's parrish ye 25th 8br. 1706.
Agreed that Mr. Rich'd Squire be paid four thousand pounds of Tob'o, C.C., viz.: two thousand pounds of Tob'o, C. C., to be paid at ye next Levy in 1707 & two thousand lbs. Tobo. more C.C., to be p'd at ye Laying of ye next Levy in 1708, for w'ch paym't to be duly made to ye S'd Mr. Squire, Do hereby acquit ye S'd parish forever from providing any glebe or Leasing auy plantation for him During his time of being min'r, but if the S'd Mr. Squire Should die or leave the p'ish before the expiration of four years, then to refund to the S'd p'ish ye S'd Sume of four thousand pounds of Tobo. C. C., after ye proportion of one thousand lbs. of tobo, C.C., p ann'm to the true intent of this agreem't it yt Mr. Squire is only to refund proportionably according to his continuance.
Ordered that Wm. Norris be continued Clk of the Church & Vestry this ensuing year & yt he be p'd Eighteen hundred pounds of tob'o C.C., for his S'd Service.
Richard Squire, Thos. Butts, Wm. Clopton, John Parke, Jun'r, Thos. Massie, Wm. Waddill, Wm. Bassett.
Geo. Poindexter, Rich'd Allen, Chu'h Wardens.
Recorded by Wm. NORRIS, Clk of the Vestry.
At a Vestry held for St. Peter's p'ish in New Kent County May ye 8, 1707
Mr. Jno. Foster, Mr. Geo.
Poindexter, Mr. Will. Bassett, Mr. Jno. Parke Jun'r, Mr. WiI1
Waddill, Mr. Tho. Massie.
Mr. Rich'd Allen, Chr. Warden.
Mr. Wm. Clopton is elected churchwarden to assist w'th Mr. Richard Allen this ensuing year according to all order of Vestry, &c.
Whereas, Mr. Charles Fleming by an order of Court was appointed Surveyor for makng rodes to his mill & to apply himself to ye vestry of St. Peter's p'ish for Assistance to make ye S'd rodes, the Vestry therefore, in p'sance to sd order. has appointed help for clearing ye said rodes, viz.: Capt. James Moss, Sam'll Jordan, William Norris, Tho. Ashcroft, Capt. Wyatt, Jr., Tho. Henderson. Jno. Ashburton, they, and all their male tithables to assist in making ye S'd rodes.
Whereas, Jno. Hilton petitioned to ye vestry for being acquitted from paying ye parish Levy the S'd John Hilton's petition is granted according to ye order of Court to ye Same effect April 28th, * * *.
Jno Foster, George
Poindexter, Will Bassett, John Parke Jun, Wm Waddill, Tho:
Massie, * * arke
* * Allen Chr. Ward
Will: Norris, Clk. of the Vestr.
At a Vestry held for St. Peters Parish in New Kent County Octobr. 25th; 1707.
Mr. Tho Butts,
Capt. Jno Foster, Mr. Wm: Bassett
Mr. Geo Poindexter, Mr. Wm Waddill, Mr. Tho Massie: Vest.men
Mr. Richd. Allen, Mr. Wm Clopton: ch wardns.
|St. Peters Parish - Dr.||lbs Tobo|
|To Mr. Richd Squire min for one year||16000|
|to C.C. to Do.||2240|
|to W Norris Cl of Chr & Vestry||1800|
|To C.C. to Do.||252|
|to mr, Squire p agreem't: of himself & Vestry to be pd this yer:||2000|
|to C.C. to Do.||280|
|to Jno; Hilton Sexton for one year||570|
|to Capt. Moss's acct: allowed||205|
|to Tho Mims for keeping wid Faulkner ut Sup.||1080|
|to Wm. Gardner for keping a bastard Child 6 mo & for clothes||624|
|to C.C. to Do.||87|
|to Tho: Ashcroft for keeping a bastard Child * year||650|
|to C.C. to Do.||91|
|to Capt. Littlepage for 3 barrlls. tar * * *||600|
|to C.C. to Do.||84|
|to Tho: Jackson for tarring ye Chr: * * *||700|
|to C.C. to Do.||98|
|to Capt. Cloughs acct. allowed||32|
|to Capt. Thompsons acct.||84|
|to Mr. Cloptons acct.||32|
|to Mr. Poindexters acct. allowed wth. C.C.||462|
|to Jno Hiltons acct. allowed||400|
|to rais * * for Mr. Poindexter * * *||* *|
|to C.C. to Do.||* *|
|to Sallary for 34471 lbs Tobo: * * * *||01723|
|P Cont. Cr.|
|By 580 titheables at 62 p pole is||35960|
|by 49 Left last year & 185 this year Due is||00234|
The Parish Levy being proportioned & amounting to 62 p pole was ordered to be put into Capt. Thompsons hands to Collect who is to give bond & Security to ye Chr wardens for making good paymt. to those for whom its Levyed.
Ordered that Collo. Jos Foster be Elected Vestryman in the place of Collo. Jno. Lightfoot Esqr. Decd. & to tale ye oath of a vestryman as ye Law enjoyns.
Charles Fleming complaining to this vestry that ye help formerly allotted him for making rodes to his mill is insufficient its therefore ordered that James Austin, Peter Elmore & Elmore, David BeI1 & John Bacon, they & all * added to his former help.
David Claxton, appointed by an order of Court Surveyor for Clearing ye ridge rode & applying himself to this vestry for help it was accordingly granted or to Collo. Foster, Mr. Wm. Smith, Mr. * Jr., Mr. Jno. Butts, Mr. Jno. * & the Surveyors own hands they & all those male tithables to assist in Clearing ye ridge rode.
Whereas Tho. Mimms complains that his allowance for keeping wid. Faulkner is too little, the vestry have ordered it increased for ye future 1100 lbs. tobo. C C & * * if she lives.
Thos. Ashcroft being allowed 600 lbs. tobo. C C according to agreemt for keeping a bastard child a year * * S'd child die before time expire proportionable to ye time.
Whereas there is 5000 lbs. Tobo. C C Levyed for Mr. Geo. Poindexter in part of pay toward ye plate ornament sent for by him for the Church's use upon w'ch he is to advance but 50 per cent. & to allow 10 p ct. for ye tobo. so Levyed, its ordered to take the tobacco aforesaid out of ye Collector's hands this year & to Discount it when ye p'sh receive ve things so Sent for.
Thos. Butts, Geo.
Poindexter, Thos. Massie, Jno. Foster, Wm. Waddill, Wm. Bassett.
Rich'd Allen, Wm. Clopton, Church wardens.
Registered. WM. NORRIS, Clk. Vest.
The agreement between Mr. Daniel Taylor, mins'r & the vestry of St. Peter's p'sh of 30th xbr., 1707.
Agreed that Mr. Taylor officiate as minister of this p'sh for three months, viz.: ye three first Wednesdays in Januery, February, & March & to be allowed 500 lbs. tob'o C.C. for each sermon he shall preach on those days, but if shall officiate after ye sd time of 3 mos. be expired then for each time so officiating to receive after ye rate of ye annuall Sallary of 16000
Reg'r p WM. NORRIS, Clk, Vest.
At a Vestry held for St. Peter's Parish in New Kent County at the Brick Church February the 4th, 1707.
Coll Joseph Foster, Mr. George Poindexter. Mr. Jno. Parke, Jun'r, Capt. Jno. Foster, Capt. Jno. Scott, Mr. Tho. Massey, Mr. Wm. Bassett, Mr. Wm. Waddill.
Mr. Rich'd Allen, Mr. Wm. Clopton, Chu'r Wardens.
Ordered that James Taylor officiate as Reder and Clerk of the Vestry, and to be paid at the usal Rate Excepting Cask.
WM. CLOPTON, Church Wardens.
Jno. Foster, Thos. Massie, Jo. Foster, Wm. Bassett, Jno. Parke, Jun'r, Wm. Waddill, Jno. Scott, Geo. Poindexter.
Reg'd p JAMES TAYLOR, C. V.
At a Vestry held at the Brick Church of St. Peter's p'sh, in New Kent County, Feb'ry the 15th, 1707.
Capt. John Foster, Mr. Jno. Parke. Jun'r, Mr. Win. Bassett, Mr. Wm. Waddill, Mr. Geo. Poindexter.
Mr. Rich' Allen, Church Warden.
Ordered that Mr. Rich'd Allen, Church warden and Mr. Wm. Waddill Shall forthwith go Down to the President with a Complaint that the p'sh Church Doore were Shut up Against the Vestry & the Parishioners. Rich'd Allen, Ch. Ward.
Jno. Parke, Jun'r, John Scott, John Foster, Wm. Waddill, George Poindexter, Wm. Bassett.
Reg'd JAMES TAYLOR, Clk. Vest.
At a Vestry held for St. Peter's Parish at the p'sh Church in New Kent County March the 3rd, 1707-8.
Capt. John Scott, Mr. Geo. Poindexter, Mr. Jno. Parke, Jun'r, Capt. John Foster, Mr. Wm. Bassett, Mr. Wm. Waddill, Mr. Richard Allen, Church Warden; Capt. Jno. Scott, one of Her Maj'ties Justices of the Peace for this County, Administered this day the oaths Appointed by Law to Coll. Joseph Foster one of
the gentlemen of the Vestry of St. Peter's Parish.
Reg'd p JAMES TAYLOR, Clk. Vest.
Jno. Parke, Jun'r, Wm. Waddill, George Poindexter, Jno. Foster Jno. Scott, Wm. Bassett.
Rich'd Allen Ch'r Warden.
At a Vestry held at St. Peter's Parish Church in New Kent county April the 2nd 1708.
Coll. Joseph Foster, Mr. Tho. Butts, Mr. Wm. Waddill, Capt. Jno. Foster, Mr. Wm. Bassett, Mr. Tho. Massie,
Mr. Rich'd Allen, Mr. Wm. Clopton, Ch. Wardens.
Whereas Mr. Daniel Taylor hath Complyed with a former Agreem't made with their Vestry. It's further Agreed with the S'd Mr. Daniel Taylor to Continue Preaching once a fortnight. To begin on Sunday the Eighteenth Day of the Instant Aprill and So on. Are to be paid for his so preaching Proportionable to 16,000 lbs of Tobo. p Annum and Cask.
Mr. Jno. Parke, Jun'r, is Elected Church warden to Assist Mr. Wm. Clopton this Ensuing year as usual.
Tho. Massie, Rich'd Allen, Tho. Butts, Jno. Foster, Wm. Waddill, Jo. Foster; Will Bassett.
Wm. Clopton, Ch. Warden.
Reg'd by JAMES TAYLOR, Cl. Vestry.
At a Vestry held at St. Peter's Parish Church in the County of New Kent, May ye 19th, 1708.
Mr. Geo. Poindexter, Mr. Tho. Massie, Coll. Joseph Foster, Capt. John Scott, Mr. Tho. Butts, Mr. Wm. Waddill, Capt: Rich'd Littlepage, Capt. Jno. Foster, Mr. Wm. Bassett, Mr. Rich. Allen.
Mr. Jno. Parke, Jun'r, Ch. warden.
Whereas, Mr. Sam'll Grey, min'r, at the Request of the vestry, has Preached A Sermon at St. Peter's Parish Church, And being unanimously Liked of, Wee the S'd vestry doe Agree with the S'd Mr. Sam'll Grey to Entertain him as our Min'r on the first Sunday after the Tenth of October next Ensuing upon the Same Terms which wee agreed with Mr. Rich. Squire.
Ordered That There be a vestry held at St. Peter's p'sh Church on Monday next, being ye 24th of this Instant. And Likewise ye Clerk is ordered to Give Notice on the next Sunday that there is a Dwelling house to be Built upon the Gleeb Land, And if any undertakers are Designed to undertake it, they are Desired to be at ye S'd vestry.
Jno. Parke, Jun'r, Ch. Warden.
Wm. Bassett, Wm. Waddill, Rich'd Allen, Rich'd Littlepage, Jno. Foster, Geo. Poindexter, Tho. Massie, Jo. Foster, Jno. Scott, Tho. Butts.
Reg'd p JAMES TAYLOR, Cl. V.
At a Vestry held at ye Schoolhouse at ye Brick Church for St. Peter's Parish in ye County of New Kent, May ye 24th, 1708.
Coll. Jos. Foster, Mr. Tho. Butts, Mr. Wm. Bassett, Mr. Wm. Waddill, Capt. Jno. Scott, Mr. Geo. Poindexter, Mr. Rich'd Allen, Mr. Tho. Massie.
Mr. Wm. Clopton, Mr. Jno. Parke. Jun'r, Ch. wardens.
Whereas Mr. Sam'll Gray, Min'r, hath p a former Order of Vestry made an Agreem't with this Vestry to be Entertained as Min'r in October next ensuing. The S'd Mr. Gray appearing at this vestry. And Agreed with this vestry to Begin to Preach in our Parish on Sunday ye 13th of June next Ensuing.
Whereas, Capt. Rich. Littlepage hath Agreed with this vestry to Build upon ye Gleeb Land a Dwelling house whose Dimensions are as followeth, viz.: Thirty-six feet in length, eighteen feet wide, Eight feet cleer from ye uper part of ye Cell. to ye uper part of ye Plate, Two Inside Chimneys, A pair or Strairs to go up in ye Clossett in ye Hall & a Closset in ye Chambers all ye frame to be Sawn & framed such as ye new way of Building is.
The Hall to be fourteen feet & ye Chamber twelve feet, two Rooms above & a Closset in ye iner Room, above, the floors to be laid above & below with Plank & Wainscotted above & below with Plank wth Doors & Mantelpieces & in ye Hall two Transom windows, in ye Chamber one Ditto. In ye Chamber above each one Dormer window, three lights & a light at each end of ye house above Stairs & a small light in ye Closset below. To be weaher boarded wth featheredge plank & a Gable ended & Covered wth Plank & shingles wth Cypress Shingles ye Covering & weatherboards to be well Tarred. The Chimney to be close larthed & plastered wth Lyme & hair. The Backs & hearths Brick and ye house underpinned with Brick & Cornished each Side under ye eves. And to find Nayles, Lathes, Catches, Hinges, Locks, Glass & Casements & to finish all workmanlike, Turn & Go by ye last day of October next ensuing. For ye wch Building of ye Sd house according to ye Dimension aforesaid, We ye sd vestry do agree with ye Capt. Richd Littlepage to pay him Thirty-two thousand pounds of sweet sented Tobo., Caske & Convenience with Proviso ye Sd Capt. Richd Littlepage Enter into a Bond with the Supervisers to finish the house According to ye Dimensions aforesd by ye Last day of Octorber next ensuing.
Mr. Geo. Poindexter & Mr. Wm. Waddill are elected & chosen Supervisers to see the Gleeb house built, according to ye Dimensions in ye above order. And also are Requested to take Bond of Capt. Richd Littlepage for ye Performance of ye above agreement.
Wm. Bassett, Tho. Massie, Jno. Scott, Wm. Waddill, Sam Gray, Tho. Butts, Richd Allen, Jos. Foster, Geo. Pondexter.
Wm. Clopton, Jno. Parke, Junr, Ch. Wardens.
Regd p JAMES TAYLOR, Clk. Vest.
At a vestry held at St. Peters Parish Church, in New Kent County, Augt 13th, 1708, &c
Whereas, Mr. Peter Massie being appointed Surveyor of the highways he Complaining to this vestry that the Assistance which he hath allowed is not sufficient to Clear the Sd Roade. Its therefore ordered that Mr. Tho. Massies Male Tithables, Jno. Spheares, Edm. Harris & Charles Massie Give their Allowance in Clearing the Sd Surveyors roads belonging to his Precincts.
Regd JAMES TAYLOR, C.V.
At a Vestry held at the Gleebs House in St. Peters Parish in the County of New Kent, October ye 30th, 1708.
Mr. Saml Gray, Minr; Mr. Wm. Waddill, Coll. Joseph Foster, Capt. Jno. Scott, Mr. Thos. Butts, Mr. Geo. Poindexter, Capt. Richd Littlepage, Capt. Jno. Foster, Mr. Wm. Bassett, Mr. Richd Allen, Mr. Tho. Massie.
Mr. Jno. Parke, Junr, Ch. Ward.
|St. Peters Parish, Dr.||L. Tobo.|
|To Mr. Saml
Gray, Minr, from ye 18th of June to ye
8br 23 serm.
|To C C to Ditto||911|
|To Mr. Gray More p Agreement||500|
|To C C to Do||70|
|To Mr. Dan. Taylor, Minr for 3 Sermons at 500 p Agreemt||1500|
|To C C to Do||210|
|To Mr. Dan. Taylor for 3 Sermons more Proportionable, &c||922|
|To C C to Do||129|
|To James Taylor Readr & Clerk of ye Vestry for 9 Mon||1350|
|To Conveniency to Do||35|
|To Jno. Hillon, Sexton, for one year||570|
|To Capt. Cloughs Acct. Allowed||186|
|To Geo. Bradby||300|
|To Wm. Gardner for keeping A B Child 13 Mon.||1100|
|To C C to Do||154|
|To Tho. Mines for keeping ye Widw Faulkner 12 mon.||1100|
|To C C to Do||154|
|To Saml Bugg Allowed for work done at the Gleeb Plantation||500|
|To Rich. Crump, Acco. Allowed||300|
|To Mr. Rich. Allin
& Mr. Wm. Waddill, Allowed for Expenses Going to
Town, Two Journeys, Each 100 p Journey
|To Mr. Rich. Allin for 3 Bottles of Wine||90|
|To Jno. Heltons Acco. Allowed||00325|
|To Capt. Littlepages Acct. Allowed||231|
|To Capt. Littlepage
for building the Gleb House as by Agreement
p an Order of Vestry
|To Ditto for an Addition to the House by Agreemt||1200|
|To C C to ye whole 332,000 of Tobco||4648|
|To Geo. Poindexter Acco. Allowed||440|
|To Mr. Geo.
Poindexter Acco. Allowed for Plate and Ornaments for
|To C C for 14700 pd of Tobco||2058|
|To Sallary of 72150 pd of Tobco at 5 p cent||3617|
|To Peter Warrens Acco.||40|
|To Sallary for 3420 hds of Tobco Cr at 5 p cent||171|
|To Dar. Clark for going for ye Minr||200|
|To Capt. Littlepage
for Building a Stable upon the Glebe
As p Agreemt by Mr. Gray
|To C C to Do||98|
|To Sallary for 998 pds of Tobco at 5 p cent||00049|
|Com. Dr. L. Tob||L. Tob.|
|P Madam Levermore||1000|
|To C. C. to Do.||140|
|To Capt. James Morse||1000|
|To C. C. to Do||140|
|P Madam Squires||1000|
|To C. C. to Do.||0140|
|p 551 Tythables at one hundred and thirty-three pounds of Tobco poll||073283|
|To A Deposit to pay the Collector next year||000322|
The Parish Levy being proportioned amount to one hundred Thirty three pound of Tobacco p Poll. Which sum of 133 pd of Tobco Capt. Rich. Littlepage is Ordered to Collect and pay it to those for whom it is Levyed upon Proviso; the Sd Rich. Littlepage Enter into Bond with the Church wardens according to Custom.
Ordered that Mr. Samuel Gray, Minr, be continued as by a former order of Vestry.
Ordered that James Taylor be Continued Clerk of the Church and Vestry for the Ensuing year. And to be paid as usual.
Ordered that Jno. Hilton be Continued Sexton, and to be paid as usual.
Ordered that Mr. Thomas Massie furnish the Widow Morriss with such necessaries as he Shall think fitt. And bring in his charge at the next Levy Laying. This Vestry doth Agree with Capt. Littlepage to pay him Tobco C C at one peney the pound at the next fall, For what Lead and oyl he shall think fit to use about the Gleeb house.
S. Gray, Wm. Bassett, Rich. Allin, Jno. Scott, Geo. Poindexter, Wm. Waddill, Tho. Massie, Jo. Foster, Rich. Littlepage, Tho. Butts, Jno. Foster.
Registered p JAMES TAYLOR, Cl. Vest.
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