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The following lists entries from page 1 of the feoffee payment ledgers.
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Date Name Type Description Amount (£ s d)  
24/1/1766 Thomas Clifton support being ill 0 - 02 - 00  
24/1/1766 Richard Hawley support 0 - 02 - 00  
24/1/1766 Martha Surridge support 0 - 02 - 06  
3/2/1766 John French support being ill 0 - 03 - 00  
6/2/1766 Benjamin Thompson support 0 - 02 - 06  
10/2/1766 Thomas Surridge support 0 - 02 - 06  
10/2/1766 Marther Surridge support 0 - 05 - 00  
13/2/1766 Thomas Ellett payment Gave to Thomas Ellett to defray the expence of the bond he gave to the earl of Halifax 0 - 07 - 06  
13/2/1766 William Green payment gave to William Green on the same affair 0 - 07 - 06  
19/2/1766 Richard Stounton payment gave to Richard Stounton on the same affair 0 - 07 - 06  
19/2/1766 John Gray payment Paid John Grays land tax to Michaelmas last 1 - 04 - 00  
19/2/1766 payment Paid the Poor House land tax 0 - 18 - 08  
22/2/1766 Cowley Hollis support 0 - 10 - 06  
22/2/1766 Thomas Edmonds support 0 - 05 - 03  
22/2/1766 William Teagle support 0 - 05 - 03  
22/2/1766 Ann Smith support 0 - 07 - 06  
22/2/1766 William Breeding support 0 - 05 - 03  
22/2/1766 George Caves support 0 - 05 - 03  
22/2/1766 William Bull support 0 - 05 - 03  
22/2/1766 John Banks support 0 - 10 - 06  
22/2/1766 Richard Munday support 0 - 10 - 06  
22/2/1766 Daniel Smith support 0 - 05 - 03  
22/2/1766 John Nicholls support 0 - 10 - 06  
22/2/1766 William Prat support 0 - 05 - 03  
22/2/1766 William Ashby support 0 - 07 - 06  
22/2/1766 Robin Roberts support 0 - 05 - 03  
22/2/1766 William Caves support 0 - 05 - 03  
22/2/1766 Mary Turvey support 0 - 05 - 03  
22/2/1766 Henry Carter support 0 - 05 - 03  
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Notes:  
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  The Feoffee was a charity which owned several properties and provide aid to the poor from the income derived from these properties.
  Feoffee payment ledgers survive for the period 1766 to 1866.  During this period, it appears that the Feoffee owned Stafford House and was running it as a work house.
  The payment are of two types:
support payments to beneficiaries, occasionally with a brief explanation of why the support was needed

payments for services or taxes, usually connected with the maintenance of feoffee properties, sometimes with an indication of the work
  Most of the support payments are made in the winter months, presumably because there was insufficient agricultural work to provide employment for everyone in these months.