Document No. 76. Lib: Caus: p. 1683.
Whereas the Moneyes due and payable unto the said Clergy out of the Impropriated Rectoryes within this Isle for these severall yeares past hath not been accompted for by the Proctors and Collectors of the Severall parishes where the same is accrewing; his Lopp hath therefore Conveened the said Clergy this day, and such as were Accomptants for the said Impropriation Moneys, to produce and exhibitt their respective Accompts for the same, and that it might be known how the said Moneys hath been paid and distributed in those yeares, & what stands yet in arreares upon the sd Accomptants, and have pceeded therein as followeth.
Ffirst, it is generally aggreed upon and acknowledged by the said Clergy that the said Impropriacon-Money hath been paid and distributed amongst them till the year 1674 inclusively; Soe that the Accompts now be inquired into is to comence in the year 1675 and soe forward untill Easter last 1683, which is as followeth.
Sr Thomas Parr one of the Proctors or Collectors there hath produced an Acquittance under the hand of Mr. Thomas Robinson of Duglass late decd. for the receipt of Nine poundes, due for the Impropriation-money arising out of that parish for the year 1675, wch Sume the said Clergy doe acknowledge and confess to have been paid and distributed amongst them att ten shill p peece; And for the yeares 1676, 1677 and all the rest of the yeares untill Easter last past 1683 Mr. Comptrollr Norris and the said Sr Thomas Parr have exhibitted the annexed Accompts for the same upon which Accts there appeares only to be in arrear the Sume of £21. 06. 06.
Sr Thomas Parr hath also exhibitted the annexed Accompt how he hath paid and dis-charged the Impropriacon-Money of KK Malew from the year 1673 to the last Easter 1683 (being ten yeares) wch comes to the Sume of 671. 02s. 02d. and that being deducted of the Charge upon the sd Sr Thomas for the sd tern yeares due out of the said Rectory at 81. p. annum totall 801d. then remaines in arrear upon the sd Sr Thomas Parr for the said yeares the Sume of 121. 17s. 10d.
Parson Charles Parr and Mrs. Ellinor Robin-son of Duglass Widow have exhibitted the annexed Accte for the yeares 1675-1676 and 1677 and have discharged the said Yeares by the said Accompts.
And Sr Thomas Thwaits being Accomptant for the yeares 1678, 1679, 1680, 1681, and 1682 being five yeares, wch comes to the sume of xxl. at 41. p Annum, hath paid thereof to the said parson Parr for his Sallary as Viccar Generall
by Order from the late Lord Bopp the Sume of ten poundes; And the said Sr Thomas claiming an Allowance of 40s. for the loss he hath suf-fered in the setting of the said Tythes these last yeares which the said Clergy hath allowed him; soe there remaines then in arrear upon the said Sr Thomas Thwaits for the said yeares the Sume of 081. 00s. 00d.
Sume totall of the Arrears
afforesaid is 42: 04: 04.
SCHOOLS AT KK BRIDE AND
KK ANDREAS, 1678-83.
And now whereas Parson Jon Harrison Rector of KK Bride and Mr Jon Christian Curate of KK Andrewes have made complaint this day that they have caused a constant and dilligent Schoole to be kept in their respective parish-Churches for the space of five yeares last past, and have had noe allowance or Satisfaction for the same out of the King's Annuity unto the Clergy, but still had their dependence of being satisfied out of these Impropriations when they would come in and be accompted for, therefore it is consented unto by the said Clergy, and accordingly ordered; that the said Parson Harrison and Mr John Christian be paid each of them the Sume of ten pounds a peece out of the above Arreares, as their allowance and satisfaction for their said Schooles (which is confessed by severall of the Clergy to be constantly and duely kept) And for the time to come they are to be taken to further Consideration.
And alsoe whereas Mr John Parr Regr hath complained that the Viccars General have for these several years past had ye allowance of iiil a peece p Annum out of the said Impropriation honey, and that he hath been exposed to the same trouble that they, have been in attending their Circuits and other Courts; yett hath had no allowance for the same; Therefore it is mutually agreed upon and consented unto by the said Clergy, that he be allowed and payed 20s P Anu every year since he came to be Regr out of the Arreares abovesaid towards his said Trouble (wch Mr. Comptrollr & Sr Thomas Parr proctors of KK Arbory are ordered to pay him out of the Arrears in their hands, and they shall be allowed the same upon Accte) And to be alsoe taken to Consideration for the future.
The Bishop was the celebrated John Lake 1682-1684. He was translated to Bristol and then to Chichester. He was one of the seven Bishops committed to the Tower by James II.