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History of the County of York, Vol. 4

History of the County of York, Vol. 4

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Excerpt from History of the County of York, Vol. 4: History and Topographical Survey of the East Riding, Continued

Book IV. Waiferer and others, inhabitants of Bridlington, in con sideration of the yearly payment of ?40, of which ?8 was to be paid to the curate for his stipend. In the thirty-third year of Elizabeth, John Stanhope became the lessee of the rectory and manor; and, four years after, the whole was granted to William Wood and others, inhabitants of the town, for the term of forty-one years. Wood and his associates conveyed to Francis Boynton, of Barmston, the rectory and tithes for forty years. In the ninth year of James I. The living, with all its emoluments, was granted and sold to Francis Morice and Francis Phelips, by whom it was sold to Francis Boynton, and his heirs the year following. Sir Matthew Boynton, in the eighth year of Charles I., leased this rectory to Robert Palmer and William Bower for ?180. Per annum; and, five years afterward, sold it to Henry Fairfax and his heirs. The property subsequently be came vested in David Erskine, earl of Buchan, by right of marriage with Frances Fairfax. In the year 1729, the rectory and tithes came by purchase into the hands of Bower, of whose descendant, Leonard Bower, they were purchased in 1759, by the late James Hebble thwayte, Esq., in whose family they still continue. In all these varied transitions, the advowson or right of presentation was reserved by the crown; the nomination was, however, vested in the archbishop of York, by whom it was transferred, in 17 67, to the Rev. Matthew Buck and his heirs, in consideration of a gratuity of ?200 for the augmentation of the living, to which a like sum was added by the governors of Queen Anne's bounty. The present patrons are Sir F. Wood, Knight, and the Rev. A. Cooke. One moiety of the church expenditure is defrayed by the hamlets of Sewerby.

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