Chanter 225A, 262-265
|St Mary Arches||St Olaves|
St. Mary Arches R—Robert Wight, A.M.
Collat: April 3. 1731. Presb. June 1. 1729.
Stephen Exon. [Explanation]
[There follows, bound in the the volume and written on a separate sheet]:An Inventory of the Lands, Tenements, Rents, Annuities & Pensions belonging to the Feoffees of St. Mary Arches in the City of Exon taken July 11 1744.
Belonging to the church at an yearly Rent.
(Out of Which an Annuity of 6s 8d is paid to the Chamber of Exon and 17s 11d to the Kings Auditor.)
Mr Wottons Charity
An Estate called East Culm in the Parish of Columpton Mr James Pratt Tenant per annum £30 0s 0d.
To the vicar of Blackawton Annuity £10 00 0
To the Assinges of Giles Risdon Esqr Chief Rent £2 3s 10d
The Residue to the teaching of Poor Children of the City of Exeter to read the English Protestant Bible.
NB This Estate brought in nothing for Twenty years together, besides Rates, Taxes, Reparations & annuities at present Twenty Children are kept at School.
Mr Poyntel’s Charity.
Mr Poyntel’s Gift of Two Houses or Stables in Bewley Lane now a Cellar, & Chambers over it.
For the Weekly distribution of Bread to the Poor People of St. Mary Arches, NB For some time past This Estate has brought in 1s 6d per week clear.
Other Gifts to the Poor not under the Direction of the Feoffees.
Mr Ald Lethbridge’s Gift paid out of the late Mr Eth: Davy’s House per week 1s 2d per annum £3 0s 8d
Mr John Lethbridge’s Gift of £52 / per annum £ 2 12s 6d
Mrs Tuckers Gift of one shilling per week out of the Parsonage House per annum £2 12s 0d.
Mr Richd Bevis’s Gift to poor Maidens per annum £1 0s 0d.