Harewood Pews 1748
This is an entry written in Harewood Parish Register relating to a meeting in 1748 at which William Stables (1707-1748) was an attendee.
It was kindly supplied by Timur Tatlioglu.
Parish Register Entry - Dated 1748
At a Vestry holden the ninth Day of October 1748 by the Vicar
Churchwardens and Inhabitants of the Parish of Harewood in the County
of York at the Church of the said Parish pursuant to Notice for that
Upon Consideration this Day had this Vestry is of Opinion and as
much as in them is and lieth Doth order and Direct that Edwin LasceIles
of Gawthrop Hall Esqre an Inhabitant of this Parish and Lord of the
Manor of Harewood for the better Accommodation of his Servants for the
Hearing of Divine Service in the said Parish Church shall have and enjoy
the Pew in the said Parish Church scituate on the North side of the
middle Isle of the said Church and being the third Pew from the West end
of the Chancell and some Time made use of by Mr Benjamin Hutton
Inhabitant of the Parish of Addle and that the said Mr Lascelles have
Liberty to pull down the said Pew and to rebuild alter and enlarge the same
as may be found convenient. Robt Hargreaves Vicar, John Kitchingman,
James Mallorie William Nicholson James (mark) Stead, Churchwardens.
Thomas Mallorie, Abraham Barret, Matthias Mal!orie. John Bickerdike,
Thomas Bickerdike, Thomas (mark) Lee, Robert Bickerdike, William
Teale, William Balwinson, Thomas Nicholson, Tho' Midgley, Stephen
Harrison, Charles Pike, James Bradley, Christopher Pike, James Ellis,
Jno Scatchard, Thomas Harrison, James Bradley, vVilliam Smith, Henry
Craven, WiIliam Stables, James Watson, Joshua Craven.