To the Revd the Minister of Newton Tracey

Chanter 232A, 11

  1. Residence, curate and lecturer: There is a Resident Curate at Alverdiscott who is Licensed by your Lordship & with such a Salary & stipend as he is pleased with all & your Lordship was pleased to order. The Parishes of Newton Tracey & Alverdiscott are distant from each other not more than {half} a Mile.

  2. Other benefices: I have no Benefice only the Cures of Alverdiscott and Newton.

  3. Divine service at other churches: I perform Divine Service at only the above Churches.

  4. Frequency of divine service: Divine Service is performed at Newton only once in a fortnight it being a very small Rectory not more than 30 per annum and situated so near to Alverdiscott that the inhabitants constantly attend Divine Service there.

  5. Frequency of communion: The Sacrament is administered four times in the Year: The Number of Communicants amount to near 21.

  6. Catechising of children: During the Summer Months.

  7. Church fabric: The Church & Chancel is in good repair, the Churchyard is well kept, and all things for Divine Service are decent.

  8. Glebe terrier: There is a Terrier.

  9. Number of families: There are sixteen Families.

  10. Chapels: There is no Chapel.

  11. Papists, dissenters and meeting houses: There are no reputed Papists, nor any Meeting Houses for dissenting Congregations.

  12. School, alms-houses, hospital and charitable endowments: There is no publick School; There are no Alms-Houses or other Charitable Endowments; there is no Parochial Library.

  13. Charity: There are no Lands, Tenements, or other Benefactions, for charitable uses.

    Priest's orders and institution: Instituted April ye 8th 1741.
    Ordained Priest ye 12th day of July 1730.
    William Prince

    I was ordained Priest by your Lordship on the 20th of September 1778 and was licenced at the same time to the Cures of Alverdiscott and Newton Tracey.
    John Rowe.