Whittle [230809]

15 October 1805: Thomas Parkinson, clerk, D.D.. Vicar-General of the Bishop of Chester, to the Reverend Isaac Bell, curate, and Thomas Whittle, James Gleave, John Downes and Peter Jackson, churchwardens of the parish of Alderley: sequestration of the rectory and parish of Alderley, void by the resignation of the Reverend Ralph Carr, clerk, the last incumbent. Witness: William Nicholls [signs], Diocesan Registrar.

1805-1806: The accounts of Peter Jackson churchwarden for Warford:

To postage of a letter informing of the Reverend Ralph Carrs resignation and sequestration   4½d

Edward Wynne for painting   £1 8s 1¾d

John Thornton for ditto   £5 4s 0½d

Treat to Mr J. Lucas about the organ   8¼d

Thomas Massey as per bill for work done in the churchyard   1s 10½d

Paid Mr Philip Henshall clerks salary for 1 year   13s

Thomas Antrobus bill for glazing and painting   £2 17s 5¾d

John Dumvile saddlers bill   3s 3d

John Twiss organist’s salary from 1 January 1805 to Easter Sunday [6 April] 1806

Miss Ann Norbury’s bill for washing and mending surplices   4s 8¼d

Philip Lowe’s bill for new coat for sexton, bread, candles, &c.   9s 2½d

James Mottram blowing bellows same time as the organist   13s 6d

John Holburt for clerking to Easter Tuesday [8 April 1806]

John Henshall for smith work as per bill   8s 6d

Edward Wainwright for carpenter work   16s 3d

Thomas Owen for whitewashing and plaistering   £1 14s 4¼d

Nathaniel Dumvile for repairing and cleaning clock   5s 10½d

John Swindells cleaning church, opening church doors and care of clock   17s 6d

Mr Lean’s bill for whiteing glue &c   5s 3d

J. T. Stanley esquire bill for timber, lime &c.   10s 3¾d

George Germain for a pair of shoes for sexton   2s 9d

Thomas Owen and his men liquour when working at church   2s 11d

Samuel Jepson for ditto   1¾d

Edward Wainwrights allowance when working in the church   2s 9¼d

John Holburts allowance when clerking   1s 5½d

John Antrobus and his men when working at church   1s 9¼d

Thomas Massey and John Swindels when working in church yard   4d

William Hambleton for coals and making fire for painters   6¾d

Mr Johnson for wine on 4 sacrament days   16s 9d

Mr Whittle’s bill for hair   3s 9d

Ditto for drawing 1 load of slate   2s 6d

Mrs Broadhurst for gravelling churchyard   2s

Robert Foden for repairing house   4½d

Mr Bailey for parchment   9d

William Dale’s bill   2s 4½d

Samuel Jepson’s bill   1s 7d

Wardens, singers and parishioners treat when the Reverend Edward Stanley came to Alderley   7s 0¼d

A treat to Knutsford ringers by Mr Jackson   6s

Mr Downes leading sand &c ½ day   1s

£30 7s 5d; received by a lay, £32 2s 5d: £1 15s

25 August 1922: baptism at Morpeth: Joyce Whittle;

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1 April 1931: The report on the last meeting of the season of the Nottinghamshire Amateur and Professional Golfers’ Alliance held over the Chilwell Manor course gives the names of the members respective teams:- Bulwell Forest: J. B. Fulford, E. Holmes, F. M. Bellaby, W. Hayes, H. Leatherland, C. F. Whittle, C. Morris, A. H. Hare

c1990: Sally Bradshaw, 15 Nottingham Road; Susie & Peter Whittle;  Susie & Peter Whittle