Kingston, deanery of Plympton
Chanter 225B, 411-412
- Population and dissenters: The Number of Families is about Fifty.– Of which one is Anabaptist.– No Meeting-house.
Kingston is a Daughter-Church, or Chapel belonging to Ermington.
- Public or charity schools: No Publick, or Charity School, endowed, or otherwise maintained.
- Alms-house, hospital or charitable endowment: No Alms house, nor Hospital, nor other charitable Endowment.– No Estate for repairing the Church, or other pious use.
- Residence upon cure: Vide Ermington.
- Curate: Vide Ermington.
- Divine service at other churches: Divine Service is perform'd at no other Church, but Ermington the Mother, & Kingston the Daughter-Church, by Mr Legassicke.
- Frequency of divine service: Divine Service is performed on Sundays, & Holy-days. Here Mr Legassicke preaches Once Every Lord's Day; Excepting The First Sunday in the Month, when He Preaches Twice at Ermington the Mother-Church.– But the First Sunday in the Month here at Kingston is generally Supply'd by some Neighbouring Clergy-man, (who that day performs Service three times.) at the Voluntary Expence of the Vicar, & Parishioners.
- Frequency of communion: The Holy Sacrament of the Lord's Supper is administred four times in a Year.
- Number of communicants: Allowing Three to a Family, the number of Communicants may be an Hundred, & Fifty. About Twenty, or Thirty do usually communicate, which was about the Number last Easter.
- Catechising of children: Vide Ermington. The same here.
- Chapels or chapels in ruins: Kingston is a Chapel, or Daughter-Church, about three miles distant from the Mother-church, & serv'd as before Art. 7.– No Chapel in Ruins.