APPENDIX A

[Original accounts settling building expenses of first church edifice, other accounts and documents relating to purchase of first organ from Abraham Jordan, Organ Builder, London in 1743, acquisition of royal church plate, etc., from April 30, 1730 to January 14, 1823, from Vols. 1 and 2, Trinity Church Records.]

[Vol. 1 TR]

At a Meeting of the Trustees of Trinity Church at Mr. Luke Vardy’s on Thursday May 8 1740

Present

  • Mr. Peter Luce

  • Trustees
  • Mr. Thomas Child
  • Mr. William Price
  • Thomas Greene

Voted That Messrs. John & Jonathan Simpsons Note of Thirty Nine Shillings be Accepted and paid.

Voted That Mr. John Indicotts Bill be Accepted & that he be Allowed the Sum of Three Hundred & five pounds Seventeen Shillings for the Same.

Voted that Mr. Willm. Coffins Bill Amounting to One Hundred & Ninety pounds One Shilling & Eight pence be Accepted & Allowed, but that the Number of Hinges for the pew dores be Examined into wee thinking there must be a Mistake of About Thirty pair in what is Charged.

Whereas Mr. Willm. Speakman & Joseph Dowse being Thee first Church Wardens that were Legally Chosen & a great deal of Trouble Laying on them in their Office, therefore

Voted that Mr. Joseph Dowse have Liberty to build a Tombe Under the Church of the Common Size without paying Anything to the Use of the Church Mr. Speakman haveing Liberty Already.

Voted That the bond of Indemnification Given by the present Church Wardens & Vestry to the Trustees be Recorded In the Church Book & that the Trustees Deed to the Church Wardens & Vestry together with all former Deeds now in the Trustees Hands be delivered to the present Church Wardens together with the Church Book.

Voted That the following List being a True Accompt of what the Church at present Owes as by the Accounts In the Church Books be Recorded in Said Books.

Voted That the tradesmens Bills & papers with Their Receipts be delivered to the Church Wardens in Order to be kept in the Church Box.

Voted That the Church Wardens & Vestrys Bond of Indemnification to the Trustees be kept by Mr. Wm. Price.

A List of what Trinity Church Owes viz.

To William Speakman

£350.

To Charles Apthorp

90.

To William Price

57.19.11

To Thomas Child

94. 4.8

To Peter Luce

65.

To John Arbuthnot

51.15.6

To Henry Laughton

50.

To Thomas Phillips

50.

To Rufus Greene

25.

To Job Lewis

5.

To George Cradock

25.

To Benja. Walker

25.

To John Gibbins

25.

To Robert Tomblinson

50.

To Willm. & John Jones

100.

To Kings Chapple

300.

To Thomas Greene

30. 8.3

To Joseph Dowse

25.

To Hugh McDaniel

78. 4.

To Temple Nelson

14.

To Joseph Gooch

25.

To James Griffin

30.

To Episcopal Charitable Society

550.

To John Indicott

23. 6.

To Willm. Coffin

160. 8.5

 

$2300. 6.9

Mrs. Mildred Stanbridge has not given in her bill for painting The Church

394. 6.2

Memorandum. To pay this Debt of 2300£ their is to dispose of Thirty & Six Pews or Seats in the Church which are valued thus

1 at the Sum of

£70.0.0

16 at the Sum of

 

£55 each

£880.0.0

19 at Ditto of

 

£50

£950.0.0

 

£1900.0.0

So that the Church will be Indebted after they are sold for whats already done £400 besides painting

400 more

KNOW ALL MEN by these presents That wee William Speakman Baker and Joseph Dowse Merchant both of Boston in the County of Suffolk & province of the Massachusetts Bay in New England the Present Church Wardens of Trinity Church So Called in Boston Aforesaid and John Arbuthnot Distiller, Phillip Dumaresq Merchant, Charles Apthorp Merchant, Benjamin Faneuil Merchant, John Merrett Merchant, John Hamack Wine Cooper, Thomas Austin Apothecary, Henry Laughton Taylor, Peter Kenwood Merchant, Rufus Greene Goldsmith, Lawrence Lutwich Distiller, James Griffin Merchant and William Coffin Merchant all of Boston aforesaid the present Vestrymen of Said Church are Holden and Stand firmly bound and Oblidged unto Peter Luce Merchant, Thomas Child Distiller, William Price Cabinet maker and Thomas Greene Merchant all of Boston aforesaid a Committee duly Appointed by Sundry persons who Advanced & Lent divers Sums of moneys toward Erecting and Building the aforesaid Church in the full and Just Sum of Two Thousands pounds Lawfull Money of New England to be paid unto

Thee Said Peter Luce, Thomas Child, William Price & Thos. Greene a Committee as aforesaid, their Executors Administrators or Assigns To the which payment well & Truly to be made wee bind Our Selves and Our Successors in the Several Offices and Capacitys Aforesaid Joyntly and Severally in the whole and for the whole firmly by these presents. Seal’d with Our Seals Dated the Eighth Day of October, Anno Domini One Thousand Seven Hundred & thirty Nine, and In the Thirteenth Year of his Majestys Reign.

THE CONDITION of the aforewritten Obligation is Such that whereas in the Building & Erecting of the Said Church Sundry Large Sums of money have been advanced by Divers persons unto the Said Peter Luce, Thomas Child, William Price and Thomas Greene a Committee as Aforesaid for which Sums they Stand Joyntly & Severally bound, and the Said Sums So Advanced to and borrowed by the Said Committee have been Laid Out and Expended by them in the Compleating & finishing the Said Church, as it now is, which Sums so borrowed as aforesaid were respectively to be paid and Reimbursed Out of the moneys Arising upon the Alienation of the pews of Said Church. And whereas Several of the pews in the Said Church have already been Disposed of & the money arising therby So Farr as the Same Extended have been Applyed to the payment of the Debts Contracted as Aforesaid all which Stands Fairly posted & Enter’d in the Said Church books, & doth & may fully and at Large appear And whereas the Said Peter Luce, Thos. Child, William Price & Thomas Greene a Committee as aforesaid in Order Effectually to Carry on the building of the Said Church and to finish the Same as it now is have Inter’d into Several Contracks and Agreements with Divers Workmen & Others Concerned in the Erecting and Compleating the Same which Contracts and Agreements Or Some of them are or may bee Yet Subsisting and it may So Happen that the Said Peter Luce, Thomas Child, William Price & Thomas Greene in Case of Default in the performance of Such Contracts and Agreements are Lyable and Subject on their part to Thee Penalty and forfeiture therein Contained.

If therefore the Said William Speakman & Joseph Dowse the present Church wardens of the Said Church as aforesaid and the Said John Arbuthnot, Phillip Dumaresq, Charles Apthorp, Benjamin Faneuil, John Merrett, John Hamock, Thos. Austin Henry Laughton Peter Kenwood, Rufus Greene Lawrence Lutwich James Griffin & William Coffin the present Vestrymen of thee Said Church as Aforesaid and their Successors in the Severall offices and Capacitys aforesaid Shall and do from time to time and at all times forever hereafter well and Sufficiently Save Defend And keep Harmless and Indemnify Thee Said Peter Luce, Thomas Child, William Price, & Thomas Green and Each of them their Executors & Administrators Lands Tenements Goods & Chattless off from and Against all And Each and Every Such bond and Obligation as they at any time have made given & Enter’d Into Unto any person Or persons whatsoever for any Sum or Sums of money whatsoever by them borrowed or received for and towards the Erecting Building finishing and Compleating of the Said Church And Also off from and against all Other Contracts Obligations Agreements Articles & Writings by them made done & Executed with any workmen or Others Concerned in the Erecting building finishing & Compleating the said Church and from all penaltys and forfeitures whatsoever that they may bee Lyable and Subject to by means thereof and Also off from and Against All Actions Suits Judgements Recoveries Costs Damages Claims and Demands whatsoever that may be brought Had prosecuted Or Obtain’d Against them the Said Peter Luce, Thomas Child, William Price & Thomas Greene Or Either of them their or Either of their Heirs Executors and Administrators Lands Tenements Goods or Chattles, for or by reason thereof and all without Any fraud or Delay. Then the Aforewritten Obligation to bee Void & of None Effect but in Default thereof, to Abide and Remain in full force and Vertue.

Signed William Speakman & Seal. Joseph Dowse & Seal, Thomas Aston & Seal. Peter Kenwood & Seal. Rufus Greene & Seal. Lawrence Lutwitch & Seal. John Arbuthnot & Seal. William Coffin & Seal & James Griffin & Seal.

Signed Sealed & Delivered in the presence of The Erasement in the Second & Third Line in this page first made Edward Fennell & George Whitside.

Boston May 8th 1740 The Trustees for Building of Trinity Church this day delivered to William Speakman and Joseph Dowse (the first Church Wardens) all the Deeds for said Church, the papers relating to the building &c. and this Book. here followeth severall Transactions of the said Church done before the delivery of this Book the record of which hath been kept by the said Church Wardens in a private Book & now Transfered into this.

Marlborough May 5th 1752

Sir

As my deceased Husband was a Subscriber to trinity Church one Hundred pounds (which att that time of Day was above twenty pounds sterling) He gave up one of the two pews allotted Him which I believe the church never accounted for and therefore take this Method to apply myself to you to settle the Matter with My Son Barnes who I have Impowered to give you any Discharge proper as the Small pox Hinders my comeing to town to transact any Affairs myself. Your complyance with my request will very much oblidge Sir Your Most Humble Servant

Abigail Arbuthnott

Mr. Jos. Dowse

[Here follow Church Accounts from 1730 to 1768]

1730

April

CASH DR. to Sundry Accompts £525.0.0 being so much borrowed, to pay Leonard Vassall Esq. for a Piece of Land, in Summer Street, to build a Church on. viz.

To William Speakman

£208.6.8

 

To Henry Laughton

125.

 

To Thomas Child

33.6.8

 

To William Price

33.6.8

 

To George Cradock

25

 

To Job Lewis

25

 

To Thomas Green

25

 

To Nathaniel Green

25

 

To Benjamin Walker

25

 

To John Gibbins

25

£550

The above Account is entered wrong & therefore the Accompt is Stated Otherwise.

1730

April 6

CASH Dr.

To Trinity Church recd. of Job Lewis

£25

of Charles Apthorp

25

of John Arbuthnott

20

of Thos. Child

25

of Thos. Greene

25

of Rufus Greene

10

of Nathl. Greene

25

of Willm. Price

10

of Peter Luce

25

of Willm. Pattin

5

of Benja. Atkinson

25

of John Leddel

10

of Henry Laughton

25

of George Monk

10

£265.

To William Speakman recd. of him

50

To George Cradock recd. of him

25

To Benja. Walker recd. of him

25

To James Smith borrowed of him

250

To William Pattin recd. & borrow’d of him

100

To John Gibbins recd. of him

25

To Amos Wood recd. of him

25

To Trinity Church recd. of Nathl. Greene for Intrest

£3.

1.

4

recd. of Phillip Dumaresq 2.

2.

5.

1.

4

 

£770.

1.

4

1732

September 7

1733

To Ditto recd. of John Hooton by the hand of

Wm. Price

£5

recd. of John Berry by Ditto

5

£10.

   

To Ditto recd. of P. Luce for 7 Load of Stones @

8/

2.

16

 

To Ditto recd. of Isaac Ledyard

5

   

To Ditto recd. of Matth. Stewart

5

   

To James Smith

6.

8

 

To Phillip Dumaresq on Account of what has been given to him

15.

   

To Willm. Speakman

38.

10.

10

To the Episcopal Charritable Society recd. of John Gibbons

60.

   

To Trinity Church recd. of Capt. Robt. Harri by the hand of Wm. Price

10.

   

To the Episcopal Charritable Society recd. of John Gibbins

110.

   

To the Church Called Kings Chappie recd. of Thos. Greene the 8th June

90.

   

To Silvester Gardiner in part of a Pew

25

   

Carried to folio 14

£377.

14.

10

1734

October 4

23

November 13

January 23

March 10

1735 26

April 15

May 24

August 11

September 8

December 7

January 31

CONTRA Cr.

By Trinity Church pd. James Smith for Intrest on Money

£5.

   

By Ditto paid Leonard Vassall Esq. for a lott of Land

514.

7.

2

By Ditto paid Willm. Pattin for Intrest on money

8.

16.

4

By Willm. Pattin paid him

100.

   

By Trinity Church paid binding the Church book

.

7

 

By Willm. Speakman paid him by Thos. Greene

85.

18

 

By Trinity Church paid Jos. Greene for 3 & ½ Days Work

1.

4.

6

By John Indicott paid him

8.

15.

6

By Willm. Speakman paid him by Rufus Greene

£10

     

pd. him by Thos. Greene in 1732

20

     

pd. him by Ditto April 1733

10

40.

   

By Wm. Speakman for money left in his hand when the land was paid for

5.

12.

10

 

£770.

1.

4

1730

April 11

1731 13

August 7

1733

December

February 1

1734

June 7

25

August

CASH DR.    

Brought from folio 3

£377.

14.

10

To Kings Chappie recd. for Thos. Child’s Bond & Intrest

110.

   

To Ditto recd. of Thos. Greene

17.

12.

9

To Joseph Dowse

25.

   

To James Smith

500.

   

To Trinity Church recd. from Benja. Jarvis by the hand of John Phillips 36/ Sterling, a Present, sold for

9.

9

 

To Trinity Church recd. of Phillip Bennett for the Pew No. 41

50.

   

To Ditto recd. of Eliza. Barnes for a Donation from a Private hand

10.

   

To Ditto recd. of the attorny of George Clark for a Pew No. 39

50.

   

To the Episcopal Charitable Society recd. of Thos. Greene Treas.

170.

   

To Thomas Aston in part of the Pew No. 13

15.

   

To Ditto

20.

   

To Phillip Dumaresq

3.

15.

 

To John Gerrett

50.

   

To Trinity Church recd. of Mrs. Gerrett for a donation

5.

   

To Thomas Astin

15.

   

To Johnson Jackson

29.

17.

6

To the Episcopal Charitable Society recd. of Willm. Speakman

55.

   

To Johnson Jackson

8.

   

To Ditto

12.

2.

6

To Joseph Dowse

10

   

To Trinity Church recd. of Joseph Dowse toward altering the Pews

     

which he has Collected of the Proprietors

£60.

     

recd. of Ditto toward altering Ditto

20.

     

recd. of Rufus Green & Johnson Jackson

10.

     

recd. of Joseph Dowse toward Ditto

20.

     

recd. of Ditto toward Ditto

10.

120.

   

To Trinity Church recd. for Contributions from October 16: 1737 to this day brought from the other book

400.

17.

6

To George Whitlock recd.

20.

   

To William Speakman

150.

   

To the Episcopal Charitable Society recd. of Joseph Dowse

150.

   

To George Whitlock

5.

   

To Ditto

30.

   

To John Gould

55.

   

Carried to folio 21

£2474.

9.

1

1736

April 13

July 13

November 27

January 27

January 1

1737

July 5

November 22

January 7

31

February 23

March 17

1738

April 1

3

10

July 31

October 7

11

February 14

March 15

1739

April 21

July 10

23

May 7

8

10

June 5

8

CASH DR.    

Brought from folio 14.

£2474.

9.

1

To The Episcopal Charitable Society recd. of Joseph Dowse Treasurer for which two bonds was given

550.

   

To Trinity Church recd. of Jona. Simpson for the Pew No. 54 sold him

70.

   

To Ditto recd. of Phillip Dumaresq for Inlargeing two Pews

10.

   

To Phillip Dumaresq recd. in full

2.

   

To Jonathan Furnass recd.

55.

   

To Job Lewis recd. in part of Saml. Webbs Note of hand

10.

   
 

£3171.

9.

1

1739

June 26

July 7

September 29

Januaruy 28

Ditto in the Hands of Joseph Dowse Church Warden DR.    

To the foot of the Cr. side of the Contribution Book for the Yeare 1739 page 4 amounting to

335.

19.

8

To the Episcopall Charitable Society borowed of them for which Bond was given by Several of the Vestry March 25, 1740

140.

   

To Mrs. Anna Wroe recd. for pew No. 9

55.

   

To George Tilley recd. for pew No. 35 per vote of Vestry

55.

   

To Thomas Aston for Ditto No. 42 per Ditto

55.

   

To Willm. Speakman for Ditto No. 56 per Ditto for R. Inman

55.

   

To Willm. Patin for Ditto No. 92 per Ditto

50.

   

To Episcopall Charitable Society borrowed for which Bond was given by several of the Vestry viz. Wm. Speakman Jos. Dowse & Jona. Simpson

75.

   

To Mrs. Eliza. Monk recd. in part of Pew No. 18

40.

   

To the Cr. side of Contribution Book for the yeare past

556.

12.

2

To Ditto for some sundry receipts for Deficency & Subscription same yeare 628 14 or

72.

2.

6

To Mr. Thos. Perkins recd for Pew No. 96 per vote of Vestry

70.

   

To Sundry Donations to the Church as per List page 66

265.

15.

2

To Mrs. Mary Marshall for Pew Numbr. 7

50.

   

To Mrs. LeCrass in part for Pew No. 81 £20, & 25 £25 pd. Jno. Indicott

45.

   

To Mr. John Vassall for pew No. 62 per vote of Vestry for

70.

   

To Jno. Snow in part for a pew in Gallery recd. Aug. 22d.

20.

   

To Cap. Phillip Benest recd. in part of his Subscription to lend having given Note for 40:16/ pd. in Cash viz. 9:14/

9.

14

 

To Capt. Peter Kenwood recd. for 6 Guneas colected in Exon, see folio 67

34.

13

 

To Jno. Box for five pounds given by the hand of Wm. Coffin

5.

   

Transferred to folio 161

£2059.

06.

6

& there begun a New and Stated in a different Manner, as Cash but an account with the Warden of the Church

     

By Trinity Church pd. Mr. Campbell

 

.14.

 

By Ditto paid Mr. Raullo for Warning the Gentlemen

 

5.

 

By Ditto paid for getting Stones out of the Seller &c.

1.

   

By Andrew Hall

25.

   

By Ditto

36.

15

 

By Trinity Church paid Josiah Quincy

18.

15

 

By Ditto paid Robert Ford for 5651 foot Clear Board at 101/

£28:

10:

8

& for 2513 foot Inch & Quarter Ditto £8.17

     
 

£20.

4

6

48.

15.

2

1740

April 8

May 24th

June 26

July 4

September 2d.

29

February 2

1741

March 30

31

June 16

November 7

July

August

October 12

15

1735

March 26

May 2

24

By Ditto pd. Ditto for 2635 foot Ditto £8

2.

1.

 

By Ditto pd. Eleazer Dorby

2.

7.

 

By Ditto pd. Saml. Wethered

20.

   

By Ditto paid John Indicott for Boards

28.

8.

6

By the Episcopal Charritable Society pd. John Gibbins

2.

   

By John Fisher paid him in full

20.

   

By Trinity Church pd. John Indicott for

     

10804 foot Board at 105/

£56.

14.

0

5469 foot Inch & quarter Ditto at £8

     
 

43.

15.

0

 

100.

9

 

By Ditto paid John Noys for 11000 Laths at 15/

8.

5

 

By Ditto paid Hugh Macdaniel for 14500 Laths 16/

11.

12

 

By Ditto paid Mr. Rollo for Warning the Proprietors twice & Cleaning the Church

2.

   

Carried to folio 14

£347.

7.

3

June 16

August 13

18

September 4

8

12

October 22

November 19

March 6

CONTRA CR.    

Brought from folio 3

£347.

7.

3

By Trinity Church pd. Cornish & Roger Glazier’s Bill

34.

15.

10

By James Smith

5.

   

By Trinity Church paid Recording Messrs. Speakman & Gibbons’s deed

0.

10.

 

By John Goldsmith allowed Thos. Child out of his Bond

40.

   

By Thomas Greene

59.

.

7

By John Indicott

399.

4.

8

By Ditto

30.

   

By Trinity Church paid Middlecott Cooke for 445 bushel Lime at 1/6d.

33.

7.

6

By Ditto paid Edwd. Winter Blacksmiths Note

9.

11.

11

By Ditto paid Henry Turner for 7 m Laths at 14/

4.

18

 

By John Goldsmith paid Abner Blasdell

12.

10

 

By James Smith paid him

12.

10

 

By The Episcopal Charitable Society paid Rufus Greene

10.

.

 

By John Goldsmith

6.

   

By James Smith paid him

12.

10

 

By John Indicott

50.

   

By Temple Nelson paid John Honeychurch

7.

   

By John Indicott

9.

10.

 

By James Smith

12.

10

 

By Ditto

12.

10

 

By Trinity Church paid Thos. Child for Intrest due to King’s Chappie

27.

   

By James Smith paid him

210.

10

 

By Trinity Church paid Thos. Child for Intrest due to Kings Chapple

27.

   

By James Smith paid him

156.

   

By the Episcopal Charitable Society paid Intrest on £170

2.

11.

 

By John Indicott

12.

10.

2

By James Smith

3.

15.

 

By the Episcopal Charitable Society paid Intrest on £170

10.

4.

 

By James Smith

3.

15.

 

By Trinity Church paid Joseph Scott for Wood screws

1.

1.

 

By John Indicott paid him Towards the Alter

13.

15

 

By Ditto paid him Towards Altering the Pews

35.

   

By James Smith

3.

15

 

By John Indicott Towards Altering the Pews

15.

   

By Trinity Church paid Willfret Fisher for Carteing

4.

1.

6

By John Indicott Towards Altering the Pews

20.

   

By Trinity Church pd. Willm. Coffin for Intrest due to Kings Chapple

27.

   

By the Estate of Aldin Bass deceasd paid Thomas Greene

4.

4.

5

By Trinity Church paid the Minister & officers of the Church &c. from October 17th 1737 to this day brought from the other book

366.

16

9

By the Church Called King’s Chapple paid Selvester Gardiner

150.

   

By James Smith paid him

153.

10.

 

By John Indicott paid

30.

   

By Silvester Gardiner paid him

25.

   

By James Varney paid him

11.

19.

 

By Aldin Bass deceased paid Robert Breck for Said Bass’s Widow

3.

18.

1

By John Indicott paid him

22.

10.

 

Carried to folio 21

£2449.

15.

8

1736

April 19

July 5

12

14

15

17

28

September 10

18

November 8

10

December 22

January 4

8

March 8

1737

May 12

July 7

November 22

December 12

January 9

April 3

8

10

July 6

August 1

October 11

November 2

December 4

February 1

14

February 22

28

March 5

10 & 17

1739

April 21

23

May 8

10

12

31

June 7

8

July 2

CONTRA CR.    

Brought from folio 14

£2449.

15.

8

By The Episcopal Charitable Society paid Jos. Dowse

545.

   

By Trinity Church for Cash paid Joseph Dowse Treasurer of the Episcopal Charitable Society for Intrest on the old Bonds taken up this day & on £150 borrowed in May

25.

13

 

By Trinity Church paid Nath Davies[?] for a Pew No. 54 returnd

55.

   

By Ditto paid Saml. Davis Blacksmiths Bill

7.

7.

7

By Ditto paid John Crosbe, Clarke towards his Sallary

15.

   

By Ditto paid Bartho. Ballard for the Pew No. 62 returned

50.

   

By Robert Kenton paid him

15.

   

By Trinity Church paid Willfret Fisher for Carteing

1.

19

 

By Ditto paid John Oucker for his Extraordinary Trouble

5.

   

By Ditto paid John & Jonathn. Simpson their Note

1.

19

 
 

£3171.

14.

3

1739

June 26

July 7

August 3

September 13

October 6

13

February 12

1740

May 8

CONTRA CR.    

By the Kings Chappel payd on account of the Trustees Bond and indorsed on the same per Silvr. Gardner Ch. Warden

100.

   

By the foot of the Debter side of Contribution Book for the Yeare 1739 page 4 amounting to

312.

14.

8

By Cap. John Hamock for pew No. 35 delivered up to the Church

55.

   

By Henry Laughton for Ditto No. 42 Ditto

55.

   

By Willm. Hazlup for Ditto No. 40 Ditto

55.

   

By the Kings Chappell pd. on account of the Bond & Indorsed per Jas. Gordon

100.

   

By Ditto pd. on Ditto account & Indorsed per sd. Jas. Gordon, C. W.

50.

   

By the Episcopall Charitable Society for a Yrs. Intrest on £550 to June 26th

33.

   

By the Kings Chappel payd the full of the late Trustees Bond fifty pound principal & Twenty five pound & Eleven pence Intrest payd Jas. Gordon Ch. Warden

75.

 

.11

By the Dr. side of the Contribution Book the yeare past

559.

16.

2

By Ditto some furder charges same Book & yeare 570:4:8

10.

8.

6

By Maj. Vassall’ Estate pd. for pew No. 96 delivd. up per Maj, Sewal, Executor & per vote of Vestry payd him

50.

   

By Building, Pulpit & Vestry Room as per account page 17

370.

2

 

By John Gerratt pd. for his Pew No. 7 fifty pounds per vote

50.

   

By John Indicott payd the Ballance of his account due from the Trusteesj

23.

6

 

By John Merrett payd for Pew No. 62 resigned to the Church

55.

   

By Indicott & More pd. More Twenty pounds

20.

   

By Mr. Cutler[?] 25/ By Iron Rods for Organ loft £5.10

6.

15

 

By Ditto pd. Wm. More Ten pounds. By Ditto Sam Duncan for sand & carting £4:15/6

14.

15.

6

By Ditto pd. Intrest Mony Due the Episcopal Charitable Society on the several Bonds to the 1st of December pd. Chas. Apthorp, Treasurer

68.

5.

 
 

£2064.

3.

9

1740

March 25

April 8

June 26

July 4

May 3

September 2

March 24

1741 30

31st

April 29

November 6

10

December 4

TRINITY CHURCH to be built In Summer Street Dr.    

To Cash paid James Smith for Intrest

£5.

   

To Ditto paid Leonard Vassall Esq. for a piece of Land as per the Annexed Deed

514.

7.

2

To Ditto paid Willm. Pattin for Intrest

8.

16.

4

To Ditto paid Binding this Book

 

7.

 

To Cash paid Jos. Green for 3 & ½ Days Work Spreading Dirt

1.

4.

6

To John Goldsmith for Diggin the Seller & Spreading the Dirt

55.

   

To Ditto for Digging the Trenches for the foundation & Under the alter as per agreement

9.

   

To Ditto for Work &c. as per his Note

187.

2.

6

To Andrew Hall for 32500 Bricks at 38/

61.

15

 

To Hugh MacDaniel for 782 Bushells of Lime at 2/

78.

4

 

To Willm. Wheelar for 8 Cart load of Stones & Wharfage

4.

4

 

To Hezekiah Blanchard for 10 Load of Sand & Carting

4.

5

 

To John Fisher for Carteing as per Note

29.

13.

6

To Willm. Knox for Ditto

18.

12.

2

To John Henshaw for Ditto

4.

13

 

Cash paid to Eleazer Darby Jr. for Ditto

2.

7.

0

To Cash pd. Mr. Campbell for 2 Days work

 

.14.

 

To Cash pd. Mr. Raullo for Warning the Gentlemen to meet

.

5

 

To Ditto pd. getting Stones out of the Seller & diggin a doore

1.

   

To Willm. Speakman for 4 years Intrest he paid James Smith on £250

80.

   

To Cash paid Josiah Quincy for 25 Cart Load Quar Stones @ 15/

18.

15

 

To Ditto paid Robt. Ford for 5651 foot of Clear board @101/

48.

15.

2

for 2513 foot of Inch & Quarter Ditto @ £8:1/

£28.

10.

8

     

To Ditto pd. Ditto for 2635 Ditto £8

20.

4.

6

48.

15.

2

To Cash pd. Mr. Saml. Wethered’s Bill for Providing a Dinner

20.

   

To Cash pd. John Indicot for 4526 foot Board at £5

£22.

12.

6

     

650 foot of Inch & quarter Ditto £8.10/

5.

10.

6

     

wharfage

0.

5.

6

28.

8.

6

To the Episcopal Charritable Society for Intrest on Money

2.

   

To Cash pd. John Indicott for 10804 foot Clear board at £5.5/

£50.

14.

0

     

5469 foot of Inch & quarter Ditto £8

43.

18.

0

100.

9.

 

To John Arbuthnot for 9 Melasses hogshead at 2/6

1.

2.

6

To Cash paid John Noys for 11000 Lath 15/

8.

5

 

To Cash paid Hugh Macdaniel for 14500 Lath 16/

11.

12

 

To Thos. Greene for 900 foot of Glass 10 by 8 at £11

£99.

   

2 boxes of Glass Cutt arching Cost

38.

1.

3

which Greene bought of Thos. Perkins

137.

1.

3

To Cash paid Mr. Rollo for Warning the Proprietors twice to Meet & for Cleaning the Church against it was Preach’d in

2.

   

To King’s Chapple for Intrest on Money

13.

3.

3

To Cash pd. Cornish & Rogers for putting in 1670 panes of Glass

34.

15.

10

To Thomas Greene for Plank, Board & Nails & Carteing

11.

18.

3

To Cash paid Recording Messrs. Speakman & Gibbin’s Deed

 

10.

 

To John Goldsmith for filling in the Wall & finding Stuff

40.

   

To John Indicott for the Frame & outside of the

2160.

   

Church & finding Stuff per the Agreement

To Cash paid Middlecott Cooke for 445 bushells of Lime at 18d.

33.

7.

6

To Cash paid Edwd. Winter Blacksmith Note

9.

11.

11

To Thos. Child for 34 Cartload of Stones recd. of Jere. Stoddart £67

     

for Stones & Sand deld. by Samuell Paine

17.

9.

6

for Stones deld. by Thomas Copeland

16.

2.

0

for Willm. Knox’s bill for Carteing

5.

16.

4

for 13 Cart load of Stone deld. By Roger Nichols at 5/

3.

5.

0

for Hair deld. by Willm. Butler

5.

8.

0

109.

 

.10

To John Indicott for fixing the Pulpit &c. and makeing 9 Benches, when it was Preach’d in by Agreement

20.

   

Carried over to folio 16

£3898.

7.

9

1730

April 11

13

1731

August

1733

December

1734

June 7

August 2

6

October 12

1735

April 15

May 2

24

June 16

August 18

September 4

8

12

October 22

18

November 19

December 2

March 6

1736

April 13

19

July 12

14

15

17

28

August 20

TRINITY CHURCH In Summer Street Boston DR.    

Brought from folio 4

£3898.

7.

9

To Cash paid Henry Turner for 7000 Laths at 14/

4.

18

 

To Temple Nelson for 42 Cartload of Stones at 10/

21.

   

To John Goldsmith for laying 1050 Yards of Plaistring at 18d.

78.

10

 

To Ditto for white washing, pointing the Foundation &c. as per Note

53.

18

 

To Cash paid Thos. Child for Intrest due to Kings Chapple The 13th of April Last

27.

   

To Cash paid Ditto for Ditto to 13th Current

27.

   

To Cash paid the Episcopal Charitable Society for 3 Months Intrest on £170

2.

14

 

To John Indicott for makeing 102 Pews & finding Stuff & for his after bill as received in

727.

10.

3

To Joseph Dowse for 1500 foot of Clear board at 20/

15.

   

To Cash paid Joseph Scott for 84 Wood Screws at 3d. for Pew doores

1.

1

 

To Cash paid Willfret Fisher for Carteing per Note

4.

1.

6

To Cash paid Willm. Coffin for Intrest due to Kings Chapple

27.

   

To Aldin Bass deceasd his Estate for Carteing

8.

2.

6

To Paying the Ministers & officers of the Church from October 17: 1737 to this day brought from the other book

366.

16.

9

Carried to Folio 17

£5262.

16.

9

1736

September 10

March 8

1737

July 4

December 22

1738

April 3

10

27

September

December 4

March 5

1739

April 21

23

TRINITY CHURCH In Summer Street Boston DR.    

Brought from folio 16

£5262.

16.

9

To the Episcopal Charitable Society for 3 years Intrest on £170. ending in last at 6 per cent per annum

30.

12

 

To James Smith for Intrest on £500 for 18 Months @ 10 per cent

£75.

       

for Intrest on £300 for 3 Months at Ditto

7.

10

     

for Ditto on £150 for 13 Months at Ditto

16.

5

98.

15.

 

To James Varney for Lime for the Alter as per Note

11.

19

 

To Henry Redin for Carveing 2 whole & 2 half Capitals

30.

   

To Cash paid Joseph Dowse Treasurer to the Episcopal Charitable Society for Intrest due to them to this day

25.

13.

 

To Cash paid Nicholas Davis for a Pew No. 54. returned to the Church & accepted by the Vestry £50 & T. Child £5

55.

   

To Cash paid Samuell Davis Blacksmith for his Bill

7.

7.

7

To Thomas Greene he paid Ebenz. Messenger Turners Bill

22.

   

To Cash paid John Crosbe towards his Sallary as Clarke

15.

   

To Cash paid Bartho. Ballard for the Pew No. 62

50.

   

To Robert Kenton for Plaistring the Alter per Note

55.

   

To Cash paid Willfret Fisher for Carteing as per Note

1.

19.

 

To Thos. Child for £25 which he lent & the Trustees thought had been given & the Church had Credit accordingly before

25.

   

To Willm. Price Charged him for Inlargeing his Pew Against his Consent

5.

   

To Cash paid John Oucker for his Extraordinary Trouble

5.

   

To John Indicott for his Bill for the Alter & Altering the Pew

305.

17.

 

To Willm. Coffin for his Bill

190.

1.

8

To Cash paid John & Jonathn. Simpson for their Bill

1.

19.

 
 

£6199.

0.

 

here the Trustees finished their account which contains the cost of the Church so farr in which Account their is about 440£ charged which is not properly the Church’ cost viz. 336£ for paying Ministrs & 105£ for pews retturned      Carried to Folio 161

     

Ditto Trinity Church account kept per Jos. Dowse Ch. Wdn.

     

To John Indicott & Willm. Moore for Building A Pulpit

£145.

   

To Ditto for a Vestry Room Compleat

£110.

0.

0

To Ditto adittonall bill for what is done more then agreement

£14.

15.

 

To Messrs. Peter & Jas. Cumbers caving the mouldings for the pulpit

19.

18.

 

To Philip Bisson Black Smith for Ironwork Iron included

£45.

7.

 

To Ebenz. Messenger carving Bannister &c.

£11.

5.

 

To Cash pd. raising Entertainment £5;17/ pd for wire 10/ pd. For 2 chains 30/

7.

17

 

To D pd. Gabriel Hubart. Carving Capators 12£ mitre &c. 3:10/

15.

10

 
 

£370.

2

 
   

370.

2

To Henry Standbridge painting. Brought into his general Bill

     

To Intrest of 550£ pd. the Episcopall Charitable Society to June 26 last

33.

   

To Intrest of money due Kings Chappell pd. Js. Gordon C. W.

25.

00.

11

 

428.

2.

11

Carried to folio 16

     

1739

May 10

June 1

July 3

June 26

July 7

August 3

11

September 13

October 6

13

February 8

11

1740

May 8

1740

April

October 2

March 24

Dr.   Trinity Church Account with Joseph Dowse Warden

To Cash paid Warden’s of the Kings Chaple in part of Bond

£100

   

To Ditto paid Jno. Hammock for Pew No. 35

£55

   

To Ditto paid Henry Laughton for Pew No. 42

55

   

To Ditto paid Wm. Hazlep for Ditto No. 40

55

   

To Ditto paid the Wardens of Kings Chaple

100

   

To Ditto paid Ditto more

50

   

To Ditto paid Charitable Society 1 Years Intrest on £550

33

   

To Ditto paid Kings Chappell Bond

75.

0.

11

 

423.

0.

11

To Ditto paid The Executors of Leonard Vassall for Pew No. 96

£50

   

To Ditto paid for Building Pulpit, Vestry Room per account

370.

2

 

To Ditto paid John Garrett for pew No. 7

50

   

To Ditto paid John Indicott Bill of his account with the Trustees

23.

6

 

To Ditto paid John Manett for Pew No. 62

55

   

To Ditto paid John Indicott after Bill Allowed

41.

10.

6

To Ditto paid Intrest money Due the Charitable Society on the Several Bonds to the 1st of December paid Chas. Apthorp Esq. Treasurer

68.

5

 

To Cash paid Willm. Moore

14

   
 

672.

3.

6

To Ditto paid Jos. Gooch for two Pews he had Pledged by Cap. Dumeresq No. 56 & No. 89

£110

   

To Ditto paid John Indicott & Com. for Timber for Capatols

13

   

To Ditto paid John Crosby a Year Salary 1740 not Charged in Contribution Account

26

   

To Ditto paid Wm. Speckman in full for a Bond

186

   
 

335

   
 

£1530.

2.

3

1740

March 25

June

July

September

March 24

1741

March 31

December

1742

March 25

May

Trinity Church Account with Joseph Dowse Warden

Dr.    

Brought from preceeding page

1530.

2.

3

To Cash paid Wm. Hinstable White washing

£20.

5

 

To Indicott & Moore 35/ Cartg. Lime and Sand 95/6

6.

10.

6

To Wm. Bower for Board Lathe

4.

06.

 

To Cash for Pew No. 66 paid Chas. Apthorp for account of Edwd. Carter

50

   

To Ditto paid Indicott & Moore Several times towards Building the Gallery

79.

8

 
 

160.

09.

6

To Ditto paid Moores Account Building Governours Seat

£11.

16

 

To Ditto paid Jabez Hatch for Gravell

2.

4

 

To Ditto paid Charges of Plate & furniture procured by Gov. Shirley

135.

5

 

To Ditto Wm. Moore Associates paid William Simpson account for posts Setting

33.

14.

11

To Ditto paid Wm. Burbank Carver in part

10

   

To Ditto paid Thomas Stevens for Work per Account

13.

15

 

To Ditto paid William Stanbrige for Pew No. 82

55

   

To Ditto paid Waghorn for No. 133

50

   

To Ditto paid Thos. Baxter Account furniture for the Gov. Seat Alter Cash

40.

2.

7

To Ditto paid Thos. Steven’s further Account

5

   
 

357.

7.

6

To Ditto paid Wm. Jones in full

£45

   

To Ditto Charles Apthorp Ditto

15

   

To Ditto Wm. Price Ditto

20

   

To Ditto Henry Laughton Ditto

20

   

To Ditto paid Saml. Grant for Curtains

24.

4.

3

To Ditto paid Wm. Coffin on Account

50

   

To Ditto paid Wm. Burbank more

16.

4

 
 

190.

8.

3

 

2238.

7.

6

1742

May

September

1743

December 23

March 24

1744

November

Trinity Church Account with Joseph Dowse Warden

Dr.    

Brought from preceeding folo.

£2238.

7.

6

To Cash paid Thos. Stevens his Bill

41.

16.

1

To Ditto paid Thos. Wharton for pew No. 112

40.

   

To Ditto paid Jno. Indicott for Rails on the Top of the Church

69

   

To Ditto paid Winter for Iron Work for Ditto

41.

10

 

To Ditto paid H. McDaniel in full

84

   

To the Organ’s Account Short of Subscription

119

   
 

395.

6.

1

To Cash paid

£264.

4

 

To Ditto to Thos. Stevens Altering the pews

13.

3

 

To Ditto for Pew No. 98 Resign’d by Peter Kenwood

55

   

To Ditto for No. 109 by Lewis Turner

40

   
 

372.

7

 

To Ditto paid Geo. Cradock in full

£50

   

To Ditto paid Temple Nelson in full

14

   

To Ditto paid the Heirs of Evans for Pew No. 18

55

   
 

119

   

To Ditto paid Peter Kenwood for Pew No. 98 Resigned

£50

   

To Ditto paid Wm. Speakman’s Administrator in full

200

   

To Contribution Short in 1749

30.

12/

7

To Cash paid Jno. Merrett for Pew No. 32 Resigned

70

   
 

350.

12.

7

To Ditto paid for Pew No. 49 Resigned

40

   

To Ditto paid for Ditto No. 78 Ditto

55

   

To Ditto paid for No. 112 Ditto by W. Lambert

60

   
 

155

   

To Ditto paid Charges of with Dr. Gardner

183.

14

 

To Ditto paid Thos. Stevens account Carpenter

120

   

To Ditto paid Jos. Gooch in full

£25

   

To Ditto paid Crowell & Stanbridge painting outside, Fence &c.

233.

14

 
 

258.

14

 
 

£4243.

 

.10

1745

April

1746

April

1748

1749

1750

1751

August

1752

Trinity Church Account with Joseph Dowse Warden

Dr.          

Brought from Preceeding folo.

4243.

.

10

     

To Cash paid Thos. Smith for Pew No. 130

£37.

10

       

To Ditto paid DeJersey for No. 36

55.

         

To Ditto paid Caleb Jo. Gray in full

20.

   

£112.

10

 

To Ditto paid Chas. Apthorp Esq. for 2 Bonds due the Charitable Society 135 oz 12 dw 3 gr Silver & Intrest

     

1047.

8.

9

To Ditto paid for Pew No. 24 A McNeil

£60

         

To Ditto paid for Ditto No. 38 J. Arbuthnott

55

         

To Ditto Jno. Arbuthnott Balance

50

         

To Ditto H Stanbrige in full for his Old Account

81.

9

       

To Ditto paid Peaze Cazneau in full

28.

         
       

274.

9

 

To Ditto paid Fra Johonott in full

50

         

To Ditto paid Cord Cordis Ditto

30

         

To Ditto paid Antony Davis for Pew No. 15 Resignd

85

   

165.

   

To Ditto paid Chas. Apthorp Esq. Intrest of 172.8.6 Silver to 1 December 1756

     

73.

17.

6

To Ditto paid John Gibbs Account for Painting Church

£972.

10

       

To Ditto paid at Manafactory house for canvas for Ditto

18.

7

       

To Ditto for Ozenbrigs

12.

8

 

1003.

5

 

To Ditto paid Capt. P. Kenwood for Balance

£70

         

To Ditto paid Thos. Greene Ditto

26

         

To Ditto paid for Pew No. 39

90

         

To Ditto paid for Ditto No. 66

100

   

286.

   

To Ditto paid for No. 77 to T. Bazen

£100

         

To Ditto paid Ebenz. Holmes Esq. for No. 48

100

         

To Ditto paid for 120 Resigned

43

         

To Ditto paid for No. 127 Ditto

40

   

283.

   
       

£7488.

11.

1

1753

1754

Januaruy

1755

1756

1757

1758

Trinity Church Account with Joseph Dowse Warden

Dr.          

Brought from preceeding folo.

     

£7488.

11.

1

To Cash paid for No. 109 to S. Parker

£60

         

To Ditto paid for No. 21 the Heirs of Jane Savel

55.

         

To Ditto for No. 34 the Heirs of Jonth. Furnis

55.

   

170.

   

To Cash paid Thos. Greene Esq. Treasurer to the Charitable Society for Intrest of 172.8.6 Silver due said Society to December 1759

     

78.

10

 

To putting up the Bell, Carpenter Smith, above Subscription

     

76.

10

 

To Cash paid Carpenter making Steps at the East End

£48.

10

       

To Ditto paid the Masons work at Ditto

8.

5

 

56.

15

 

To Ditto paid John Newell painting

£14.

12

       

To Ditto paid Jno. Burrough for pew No. 76

80.

         

To Ditto John Jones for No. 99

80.

         

To Ditto paid Rufus Greene his

55.

         

To Ditto paid John Cutler for Work for Church

11.

5

       

To Ditto paid John Peck Glazer’s Account for 6 Years

52.

         

To Ditto paid P. Bennet for Pew No. 41

80.

         

To Ditto paid Ditto his Balance

42.

10

       

To Ditto paid Heirs of Geo. Tilley for No. 35

80.

         

To Ditto paid Thos. Greene Esq. Intrest for the Society

78.

10

       
       

513.

17

 

To Ditto for Pew No. 83 H. Laugton

£77.

10

       

To Ditto paid Benja. Greenes balance

25.

         
       

102.

10

 
       

8546.

13.

1

1759

July 13

1760

April

March 25

March 27

September

December

1760

May 10

Trinity Church Account with Jos. Dowse Warden

Dr.          

Brought from preceding Folo.

     

£8546.

13.

1

To Cash paid Box & Austin for a Bell Rope (December 1759)

£7.

10

       

To Ditto paid A. Dewar for a pew No. 23

100.

         

To Ditto paid Estate Jabez Hatch for 15

130.

         

To Ditto paid B. Bayard for No. 36

130.

         

To Ditto paid for Chimney in Vestry

39.

   

£406.

10

 

To Ditto for Charges towards Mr.

           

Walters going home to England more than was Raised for that use per Vestry Vote

     

180.

   

To Account paving before the Church

     

106.

2.

6

To John Langly’s account for Work Repairs

     

201.

   

To Cash paid for 25 yds. Holland for Surplice

     

62.

10

 

To Ditto paid Edward Dumeresq for Pew No. 64 per Receipt from T. Gray Atty. to Ja. Grucha to whom said Dumeresq had dispos’d the same

     

50.

   
       

£9552.

15.

11

To Short Charge Wm. Hunstable

     

9.

   

To Cash paid Sundry Account Altering the Reading Desk

     

Wm. Moore’s Bill

£41

         

Wm. Gray Ditto Upholster

33

   

74

   
       

96335.

15.

11

To Ballance of Private accounts folo. 15

     

60.

8.

1

       

£9696.

4.

 

Joseph Dowse Dr.

           

To one Year Tax on Pew No. 32 £22. 10. 0 old tenor to Ditto on No. 98 or 89 for the year 1764 £22.10

     

45.

0.

0

To Short in his own Contribution pew No. 55

     

6.

15.

0

To Short in his own Contribution No. 55

     

26.

1.

6

To his Tax on Pew No. 55

     

29.

9.

6

To Ditto for this year

     

28.

2.

6

November

December 14

Mitted

1743

1765

April

1766

April

1767

April 20

Aprill 1768

CONTRA CR.

By Cash recd. of Job Lewis Esq.

£25.

of Charles Apthorp

25.

of John Arbuthnot

20.

of Thos. Child

25.

of Thos. Greene

25.

of Rufus Greene

10.

of Nathl. Greene

25.

of Willm. Price

10.

of Peter Luce

25.

of Willm. Pattin

5.

of Benja. Atkinson

25.

of John Leddal

10.

of Henry Laughton

25.

of George Monk

10

£265.

By Cash recd. of Nathl. Greene for Intrest on Money

3.

1.

4

By Ditto recd. of Phillip Dumaresq

2.

   

By Cash recd. of John Hooton by the hand of Willm. Price

5.

   

By Ditto      of John Berry by Ditto

5.

   

By Ditto of P. Luce for 7 Load of Stones @ 8/

2.

16

 

By Ditto of Isaac Ledyard

5.

   

By James Smith paid for 16 Cart Load of Stones 8/

6.

8

 

By Cash recd. of Mr. Matth. Stewart

     

By Willm. Speakman for Rent he recd. for a house & the land

37.

   

By Thos. Greene for 1 & ¾ Load of Stones @ 10/

 

.17.

6

By Cash recd. of Robt. Harris by the hand of Willm. Price

10.

   

By John Fisher he gave for the ballance of his account

9.

13.

6

By Thos. Greene for 2900 foot of Board at £5.5/

£15.

4.

6

     

777 foot of Inch & Quarter Ditto £8.8

6.

10.

6

21.

15

 

By John Indicott for Board &c. deld. Cost 25571 foot

     

158.

19.

3

Carried to folio 16

     

£537.

10.

7

1730

April 6

1733

October 4

23

November 13

1

Januaruy 23

1735

April 15

23

August 11

September 12

November 10

1736

July 15

CONTRA CR.

Brought from folio 4

£537.

10.

7

By Cash recd. from Mr. Benja. Jarvis of New York by the hand of Mr. John Phillips 1 piece[?] Gold 36/ Sterling sold for

9.

9

 

By Cash recd. of Phillip Bennett for the Pew No. 41

50.

   

By William Coffin

for Ditto

58

50.

   

By Rufus Greene

for Ditto

61

50.

   

By Joseph Dowse

for Ditto

55

50.

   

By Thomas Phillips decd. John Phillips for Ditto

47

50.

   

By Willm. Speakman

for Ditto

46

50.

   

By Job Lewis Esq.

for Ditto

97

50.

   

By Henry Limbrey for Pew No. 53 gave Benja. Faneuil the Title

50.

   

By Ditto      for Ditto 66 gave Edward Carter the title

50.

   

By Robert Thomlinson for the Pew No. 43

50.

   

By Edward Dumaresq for the Pew No. 64

50.

   

By Peter Kenwood for Two Pews No. 90 & 98

100.

   

By Henry Whitton for the Pew 35 to John Hamack

50.

   

By John Arbuthnott for the Pew 38

50.

   

By Cash recd. of Eliza. Barnes for a Donation from a Private hand by order of Vestry changed afterward for No. 62

10.

   

By Thomas Greene for 1 Pew No. 63 sold John Merrett

50.

   

By Leonard Vassall Esq. for two Pews No. 95 & 96

100.

   

By Willm. Price for one Pew No. 60

50.

   

By Thomas Child for one Pew No. 45

50.

   

By Peter Luce for two Pews No. 44 & No. 15

100.

   

By Thomas Greene for one Pew No. 59

50.

   

By Cord Cordis for one Pew No. 93

50.

   

By Charles Apthorp for two Pews No. 57 & No. 85

100.

   

By Henry Laughton for two Pews No. 42 & No. 83

100.

   

By John Hamack for one Pew No. 37

50.

   

By Willm. Coffin for one Pew No. 52 Sold Lawrence Lutwich

50.

   

By Bartholomew Ballard for one Pew No. 62

50.

   

By Thomas Greene for one Pew No. 67 sold Edwd. Tuckerman

50.

   

By Cash recd. of George Clarke for one Pew No. 39 by J. Arbuthnot

50.

   

By Willm. Haislup for one Pew No. 40

50.

   

By Thomas Child for one Pew No. 54

50.

   

By Johnson Jackson for one Ditto No. 65

50.

   

By Phillip Dumaresq for two Pews No. 56 & No. 89

100.

   

By Thomas Greene for 1 Pew No. 36 sold Peter de Jersey

50.

   

By John Garrett for one Pew No. 7

50.

   

By Cash recd. of Mrs.      Gerrett for a donation

5.

   

By Thomas Aston for one Pew No. 13

50.

   

By Willm. Coffin for one Pew No. 68 sold Alexander Thorpe

50.

   

By Henry Price for one Pew No. 87

50.

   

By Thomas Greene for one Pew No. 94 sold to James Griffin

50.

   

By John Indicott for one Pew No. 5 sold Jabez Hatch

50.

   

By Thomas Greene for one Pew No. 4 sold David Evans

50.

   

By Contributions in the Church from October 17: 1737 to this day brought from the other book

400.

17.

6

Carried to folio 17

£3262.

17.

1

1736

November 27

January 1

1737

April 13

May 31

July 5

September 10

19

October 11

17

November 22

Januaruy 26

February 23

March 17

1738

April 1

17

June 1

7

1739

April 4

10

23

CONTRA CR.    

Brought from folio 16

£3262.

17.

1

By Phillip Dumaresq for Donations he recd. as per his account

17.

   

By George Whitlock for a Pew No. 48

55.

   

By John Gould for the Pew No. 12

55.

   

By Cash recd. of Jonathan Simpson for a Pew No. 54

70.

   

By Cash recd. of Joseph Dowse & others at Several times for the Inlargeing 24 Pews the Particular Persons Names being recorded in Page No. 58 at £5 each

120

   

By Charles Apthorp for Inlargeing 2 Pews at £5

£10

     

By William Coffin for Ditto

1 Ditto

5.

     

By Peter Luce for Ditto

2 Ditto

10.

     

By Thomas Child for Ditto

2 Ditto

10.

     

By William Price for Ditto

1 Ditto

5.

     

By Thomas Greene for Ditto

1 Ditto

5.

45.

   

By Jonathn. Furnass for the Pew No. 34

55.

   

By Thomas Greene for one Pew No. 6 sold Willm. Pattin

50.

   

By Cash recd. of Phillip Dumaresq for Inlargeing two Pews

10.

   

By Thomas Greene for one Pew No. 63 sold Benja. Greene

65.

   

By Job Lewis Esq. for one Pew No. 91 sold Isaac Royall

55.

   

By John Jones for one Pew No. 99

50.

   

Carried to Folio 165

£3909.

17.

1

A List of Debts due from the Church delivered from the Trustees to the Church Wardens as per page 60 Amounting to 2300:6/9d. to pay which thers 36 pews viz. one valued at 70£

£70

16 valued at 55£ each

880.

19 valued at 50£ per

950.

 

£1900.

2 pews abated 15£ per

for the stairs.

1739

May 5

7

31

July 7

9

10

17

August 21

September 29

October 9

CONTRA CR.    

By Thos. Phillips for Pew No. 88 to Peter Pelham for

£50.

   

By Cash of Mrs. Anna Wroe for Pew No. 9 per vote of Vestry

55.

   

By Willm. Coffin . . . for Ditto No. 8 per Ditto

55.

   

By Henry Standbridge for Ditto No. 82 per Ditto

55.

   

By Thos. Child for Ditto No. 51 per Ditto to Jas. Boutineau

70.

   

By Willm. Hunstable for Ditto No. 84 per Ditto

50.

   

By Willm. Pattin for Ditto No. 92 per Ditto

50.

   

By John Barrell for Ditto No. 10 per Ditto

50.

   

By John Crosby for Ditto No. 16 per Ditto

55.

   

By Eliza. Monk for Ditto No. 17

55.

   

By Sundry Benefaction recd. from Sundry in England by Capt. Peter Kenwood amounting to 22: 19/6 Sterling in N. E. £123: 13/ allso sundrys here amounting to £151: 1: 5 which per vote of Vestry is apply’d to building Vestry Room & pulpit as far as it will go the Names of these perticular Benefactors are Recorded folio 66 in this Book.

265.

15

2

Carried to folio: 161

810

15.

2

Begun with the Wardens account 1740

     

1740

March

May 24

July 4

Febuary 2

Contra       Cr.    

By Ballance of Contribution 1739

     

£23.

5

 

By Cash Borrowed of the Charitable Society

     

140

   

By Ditto received for a pew No. 9   A Wroe

     

55

   

By Ditto for Pew No. 35 G. Tilley

     

55

   

By Ditto for No. 42   T. Aston

     

55

   

By Ditto for No. 56   W. Speckman

     

55

   

By Ditto for No. 92   Wm. Patten

     

50

   

By Ditto received of the Charitable Society

     

75

   

By Ditto of Eliz. Monk for Pew No. 17 in part the Remainder Dr. Peter Kenwood

     

10

   

By Ballance of 1740 Contribution Account

£58.

10

       

By Cash for Pew No. 96 T. Perkins

70

         

By Sundry Donations for Building Pulpit & Vestry Room

265

15/

2

     

By Cash for Pew No. 7 of M. Manhally

50

         

By Ditto No. 81 Ann Foot

45

         

By Ditto No. 62 Jno. Vassal

70

         

By Ditto of Capt. Philip Bennet

9.

4

       

By Ditto of Capt. Kenwood 6 Guinea Donations Received in England

34.

13

       

By Ditto of John Crester for Pew No. 19

55

         

By Ditto of Adam McNeil for Pew

20

         
       

678.

2.

2

By Ballance of 1742 Contribution Account

£96.

12

       

By Cash of Nath. Dowse for Pew No. 89

70

         

By Ditto of Jno. Crosby for Pew No. 16

55

         

By Ditto of Jno. Smith for Ditto No. 120

20

         

By Ditto of Peter Faneuil for No. 40

70

         

By Sundry Donations for the Kings Plate

108.

3

       
       

419.

15.

 
       

£1646.

2

 

1740

March 25

May

June 26

July 4

September 2

29

February 2

1741

March

June 16

1742

April

October

Contra       Cr.    

Brought from the Credit of preceeding Page

     

£1646.

2

 

By Ballance of 1742 Contribution

£72.

4.

6

     

By Cash of A. Cutler for Pew No. 110

40

         

By Ditto of G. Honywell for No. 120

40

         

By Ditto of John Brackett for No. 128 the Remainder discounted in Account

18.

15

       

By Ditto of John Bright for No. 106

35

         

By Ditto of G. Phillips the rest discounted with Wm. Price for Pew No. 33

27

         

By Ditto of Jno. Ranchon for No. 49

40

         
       

272.

19.

6

By Ditto of P. Mortimore for No. 133

£50

         

By Ditto of Jno. Rowe for No. 32

55

         

By Ditto of Doctor Sumerez for Privalige of a Tomb

10

         

By Ballance of 1743 Contribution

100.

11.

3

     

By Cash of T. Hutton[?] towards Pew No. 131

20

         

By Cash for No. 32 of Jno. Marrett

70

         

By Ditto for No. 84 of Jno. Morley

55

         
       

360.

11.

3

By Ballance of 1744 Contribution

£20.

9

       

By Cash for No. 75 & 76 united sold H. Vassall Esqr.

100

         

By Ditto of R. Evans for Pew [18]

55

         
       

175.

9

 

By Ballance of 1745 Contribution

     

86.

4.

7

By Ditto of 1746 Ditto

£51

         

By Cash of William P Smith for Pew No. 129

37.

10

       

By Ditto of Wm. Lambert for No. 112

60

         

By Ditto of William Gohegan for 123

30

         

By Ditto of John Newell for 77

85

         

By Ditto of Jno. Winnett[?] for 91

100

         
       

363.

10

 
       

£2904.

16.

4

1742

1743

1744

December

1745

1746

1747

Contra       Cr.    

Brought from Preceeding folo.

     

£2904.

16.

4

By Cash of Lewis Turner for Pew No. 80

     

£55

   

By Ditto Step. Greenleaf for No. 11

£100

         

By Ditto of John Gooch for No. 98

100

         

By Ditto of Stephen Parker for No. 109

60

         

By Ditto for Ballance Contribution for Year 1747

40

   

300

   

By Ballance of Ditto for the Year 1748

     

24

   

By Cash of B. Pollard for Pew No. 32

£100

         

By Ballance of Contribution for 1750

14.

7

       

By Ditto      Ditto      1751

15

   

129.

7

 

By Ditto      Ditto   for 1752

£95

         

By Cash of A. Lepear for Pew No. 122

22.

10

       

By Ditto of of T. Golthwait towards Pew No. 39, per acct[?] George Clark

47.

10

       

By Ditto of P. Burck for Pew No. 105

22.

10

       

By Ditto Tax laid on the Pews for Repairing & Painting the Outside

314

         
       

501.

10

 

By Cash of R. Skinner for Pew No. 14

£80

         

By Ditto of B. Bayard for No. 36

100

         

By Ditto of A. Davenport No. 48

100

         

By Ditto of R. Greene      No. 18

80

         

By Ditto of E. Holmes for No. 48

100

         

By Ditto of Wm. Molineaux No. 20

100

         

By Ditto of Wm. Tate for No. 125

60

         

By Ditto of Jno. Conway for No. 127

40

         
       

660.

   

By Ballance of 1753 Contribution

     

49.

   

By Ditto of 1754 Ditto

     

22.

   
       

£4843.

13.

4

1743

December

1748

1749

1750

April

1751

1752

1753

July

1754

1755

Contra       Cr.    

Brought from Preceeding folo.

     

£4843.

13.

4

By Cash for Pew No. 77 of T. Brazen

£100

         

By Ditto of Estate of William Foot for a Tomb

20

         

By Ditto for Pew No. 70 of T. Harris

70

         

By Ditto received from Estate of P. Luce paid by Wm. Sheaf

131.

13

/6

     
       

321.

13.

6

By Ballance of Contribution of 1755

     

256.

8

 

By Subscription towards Painting

     

600.

   

By Pew No. 38 Sold J. Erving

£150

         

By Ditto No. 39 G. Bethune

150

         

By Ditto No. 66 T & J Greene

120

   

420.

   

By Contribution Account for Year 1756 to Easter 1757 when arrears [?] are paid

     

204

   

By Cash of Richd. Small for Pew No. 25

     

110

   

By Ballance from Contribution Account for 1757 when Received

     

146.

10

 

By Ditto of 1758 to Easter 1759

     

126.

10

 

By Pew No. 31 Sold Jos. Loring

     

120.

   

By Ditto No. 34 to Jos. Cutler

£130

         

By Ditto 21 half to Jane Eustice & the other half to J. Head & R. Jenkins

100.

         

By Ditto 129 Sold D. Gegory

60.

         

By Ballance of Contribution for the Year 1759, when Receiv’d

114.

         

By Cash for Pew No. 2 of Wm. Bennet

100.

         

By Ditto for No. 77 of R. Jarvis

100.

         

By Ditto for No. 23 of A. Denver

100.

         

By Ditto for No. 15 of J. Hatch

130.

   

834.

   
       

£7982.

14.

10

1755

1756

1759

July 13

1760

May 1

Contra       Cr.    

Brought from preceeding Folo.

     

£7982.

14.

10

By Contribution account for the Year 1760

     

112

   

By Cash of J. Langley for half of Pew No. 21

£30

         

By Ditto of Danl. Hubbard for Pew No. 41

150.

         

By Ditto of Fitch Pool for No. 35

130.

   

310

   

By Ballance of Contribution Account for 1761

     

76.

   

By Ditto of Ditto for 1762

     

81.

   

By Cash of Jno. Frazer for Pew No. 23

£100.

         

By Ditto of Benja. Greene for No. 83 Memo. £90 above his Balance which is esteemed at £40

115.

         

By Ditto of Henry Laughton for No. 10

100.

         
       

315.

   

By Ballance of Contribution Account for the Year 1763

     

64.

10

 

By Cash of John Head for Pew No. 15

£130

         

By Ditto of Wm. Corbett for Ditto No. 99

150.

         

By Ditto of Saml. Hughes for No. 64

150.

   

430.

   
       

£9371.

4.

10

1760

1761

1762

1763

September 8

1764

September 1

Contra Cr.    

Brought from Preceeding Folo.

£9371.

4.

10

By Error in Cash paid P. Kenwood for No. 98 Charged twice

50.

   
 

£9421.

4.

10

Ballance Due to Jos. Dowse from the Church

274.

19.

6

 

£9696.

4.

 

1764

Leonard Vassall Treasurer of Trinity Church

Dr.    

To Willm. Price’s Note of hand for ½ money ½ Goods

£100.

   

To Thomas Child’s Ditto      Ditto

100.

   

To Peter Luce’s Ditto for Rum, Sugar & Molases

100.

   

To Henry Laughton’s Ditto for Rum & Goods

100.

   

To Thomas Greene’s Ditto for Nails

100.

   

To John Arbuthnots Ditto for Rum

50.

   

To Thomas Phillips’s Ditto for ½ Money ½ Goods

£30

     

Ditto’s Ditto paya. when the Church is Rais’d.

30

     

Ditto’s Ditto when Ditto’s finished

40

100.

   

To Peter Luce’s Note on Ebenz. Storer for ½ Money ½ Goods

25.

   

To Rufus Greene’s Note on Ditto for Boards

50.

   

To Charles Apthorp’s Note on Ditto for ½ Money ½ Goods

150.

   

To Job Lewis’s Ditto on Nathl. Greene for Ditto

100.

   

To Henry Limbrey’s Note on Saml. Gardner

100.

   

To John Eastwicke’s Note on Thos. Goodwin

Do. 22.

     

To Ditto’s Note on Saml. Webb Do.

Do. 28.

50

   

To Phillip Dumaresq’s Note on Ditto

Do.

100.

   

To Trinity Church for Two Pews No. 5 & No. 96

100.

   
 

£1325.

   

1733

December

1737

April 13

CONTRA   Cr.    

By John Indicott for the following paid him

       

By Job Lewis’s Note on Nathl. Greene

£100.

     

By Peter Luce’s Ditto Note of Hand

100.

     

By Henry Laughton’s Ditto

100.

     

By John Arbuthnot’s Ditto

50.

     

By Thomas Phillips’s Ditto

30.

     

By Peter Luce’s Note on Ebenr Storer

25.

     

By Rufus Greene’s Note on Ditto

50.

     

By Charles Apthorp’s Note on Ditto

150.

     

By Cash paid him

100.

£705.

   

By Phillip Dumaresq for his Note on Saml. Webb returnd

100.

   

By John Goldsmith for Mr. Eastwick’s Note on Thos. Goodwin

22.

   

By Ditto for Ditto’s Note on Saml. Webb.

28.

   

By Ditto for Part of Henry Limbreys Note on S. Gardner

25.

   

By John Indicott for Thos. Greene’s Note of hand

100.

   

By Thos. Child for part of Henry Limbrey’s Note on S. Gardner

     

By John Indicott for part of H. Limbrey’s Note on S. Gardner

35.

   

By John Goldsmith for part of Ditto

20.

5

 

By John Indicott for Thos. Phillips’s Note of Hand

30.

   

By Ditto for Ditto

40.

   

By John Gooldsmith for Part of H. Limbrey’s Note on S. Gardner

19.

15

 

By Willm. Price for his Note of hand deld. up

100.

   

By Thos. Child for his Note of hand deld. up

100.

   
 

£1325.

   

1733

December

8

March 12

1734 28

August 7

September 26

October 5

November 6

December 5

1735

June 10

1736

June 28

July 5

August 30

Trinity Church Account with Rufus Greene Dr.    

To Cash paid the Rev. Wm. Hooper for 18 Sundays at 80/

£72.

0.

0

To Cash paid Robert Auchmuty 48/ to Copy of deeds 11/4

2.

19.

4

To Cash paid Willm. Read for John Bannisters Affair

4.

11.

2

To Cash paid Wm. Gooch 62/ for Spruce 12/

3.

11.

0

To Cash paid for making two Surplices

1.

10.

8

To Cash paid Mr. Nowell Painter

1.

0.

0

To Cash paid Mr. Stimpson Saxton

11.

13.

8

To Cash paid Daniel Crosby Clerk

8.

13.

8

To Cash paid John Cutler Organist

26.

13.

4

 

£132.

15.

6

To Cash paid Ralf Inman for pew No. 115

5.

6.

8

To Cash paid for a Contribution book

0.

8.

0

To Cash paid the Rev. Wm. Walter for one quarter Salary

16.

13.

4

To Cash paid Ditto for two Quarters Salary

33.

6.

8

To Cash paid for Sundries taken of memorandom book

7.

15.

8

To Cash paid Henry Vassell Esq. for pew No. 76

13.

6.

8

To Cash paid David Gregory for pew No. 129

1.

7.

11

To Cash paid John Rowe Esq. for three Years Interest due on a bond from Trinity Church to the Charitable Society for 172 Ounces 8.6 of Silver

10.

6.

9

To Cash paid the Rev. Wm. Walter for one quarter Salary

16.

13.

4

To Cash paid the Rev. William Hooper from Easter 1765 to Easter 1766 being 51 Sundays at 80/

204.

0.

0

To Cash paid John Cutler Organist

£26.

13.

4

     

To Cash paid Daniel Crosby Clerk

8.

13.

4

     

To Cash paid Mr. Stimpson Saxton

11.

6.

9

     

To Cash paid Elizabeth Longley’s Note

3.

2.

1

     

To Cash paid ditto for half of the pew No. 121

4.

0.

0

     

To Cash paid Wm. Gooch Note

1.

3.

8

     

To Cash paid Sundrys taken of memor book

2.

11.

0

£57.

10.

2

To Cash paid Henry Vassell for the Curtins and furniture of the Pew No. 76

3.

2.

5

 

£502.

13.

1

Cash paid Thomas Johnson for Cleaning the Organ

10.

6.

0

Cash paid Mr. Stimpson Saxton 56/8d paid Mrs. Hooker 22/

3.

18.

8

Carried Over

£516.

17.

9

1765

April 8

June 24

July

Januaruy 8

1766

13

27

1766

February 18

March 11

April 1

May 2

7

July 26

October 24

  Trinity Church Account with Rufus Greene   Dr.
 

Brought Over

 

£516.

17.

9

 

To Cash paid William Corbett for Pew No. 99

 

20.

0.

0

 

To Cash paid for Sundry Charges

 

3.

12.

0

 

To Cash paid the Revd. William Hooper for 54 Sundays since last Easter @ 66/8d per Sunday

 

180.

0.

0

 

To Cash paid the Rev. Wm. Walter his Salary at four payments £16.13.4 Each Quarter of a year

 

66.

13.

4

 

To Cash paid Mr. Stimpson Saxton

£11.

14.

4

     
 

To Cash paid Mrs. Hooker for washing

0.

10.

0

     
 

To Cash paid Daniel Crosby the Clerk

8.

13.

4

     
 

To Cash paid John Cutler Organist

26.

13.

4

     
 

To Cash paid Mr. Curtis for doorkeeper

1.

16.

0

£49.

7.

0

 

To Cash paid John Rowe Esq. as Executor to the Estate of the late Rev. Wm. Hooper deceased in full for his Salary Thirty Six pounds

     

36.

0.

0

 

To Cash paid Stephen Greenleaf Esq. Warden in full

     

33.

13.

11

         

£906.

4.

0

1766

October 24

1767

February 25

April 13

18

25

27

May 22

  Contra Cr.
 

By Cash Recd. Contribution for 18 Sundays

£79.

6.

2

 

By Cash Recd. of Sundry proprietors for Arrerages on their pews to this day

61.

17.

2

 
 

By Cash Recd. of John Longley for pew No. 115

6.

13.

4

 

By Cash Recd. for Contribution of Mr. Trulett for pew No. 76

6.

4.

 
 

By Cash Recd. of John Head for pew No. 7

3.

0.

0

 

By Cash Recd. of Jane Hustis for the Use of the Tumb Under the Church to bury William Miller

3.

0.

0

 
 

By Cash Recd. of Elizabeth Longley for the Use of the Tumb

3.

0.

0

 

By Cash Recd. from Easter 1765 to Easter 1766 being the Contribution for 51 Sundays £2116.6.8 old tenor

£282.

3.

7.

 

By Cash Recd. for Arrerages on Sundry Pews £435.15

58.

2.

   

£503.

7.

2

 

By Cash Recd. of Henry Laughton for Seven years Rent for a passage way to Mr. Griffins Barne

7.

0.

0

 

By Cash Recd. of Jaber Hatch for Pew No. 99

20.

0.

0.

 

By Cash Recd. for Arrerages on pews due last Easter

23.

19.

3

 

By Cash Recd. from Easter 1766 to Easter 1767 being the Contribution for 55 Sundays £2170.12.3 old tenor

£289.

8.

4

 

By Cash Recd. for Arrerages on pews

61.

9.

3

 

By Cash Recd. of Henry Laughton for one Years rent for a pasage way to Mr. Griffins barne due the 16 last month

1.

0.

0

 

Carried Over

£906.

4.

0

1765

April 8

10

June 24

1766

January 27

March 30

April 1

June 28

1767

February

April 20

May 22

  WILLIAM SPEAKMAN of Boston Dr.
 

To Cash paid him

£85.

18

 
 

To Cash left in your hand when the land was paid for

5.

12.

10

 

To Cash paid you by Rufus Greene

10.

   
 

To Cash paid you by Thos. Greene in 1732

20.

   
 

To Cash paid you by Ditto in April 1733

10.

   
 

To Trinity Church for Rent you received for a house & Land

37.

   
 

To Ditto for the Pew No. 46

50.

   
 

To Cash payd by Joseph Dowse Church Warden in full of the Bond & Intrest on other side

186.

   
 

To His Subscription to an Organ in Trinity Church

50.

   
 

To Cash payd Mrs. Hannah Speakman Administratrix in full

150.

   

1733

February 1

1737

April 13

1742 May 6

1749 February

3

  CONTRA Cr.
 

By Cash recd.

£50.

   
 

By James Smith you paid him

250.

   
 

By Trinity Church for Intrest you paid to James Smith 4 years

80.

   
 

By Cash recd. this Day

38.

10.

10

 

By Cash recd. of him for which Messrs. Joseph Dowse, Rufus Greene & Thos. Greene gave their Bond on Intrest

150.

   
 

By Trinity Church Intrest of the above Bond to this day

36.

   
 

By Intrest on depredation of Money viz. on £150

     

1730

April 6

1734

April 10

1735

April 15

1739

May 8

1742

May 6

  CHARLES APTHORP of Boston Merchant Dr.
 

To Henry Whitton Note on him

   

£50.

 

To Trinity Church for Two Pews No. 57 & 85

   

100.

 

To Ditto for Inlargeing Ditto at £5 each

   

10.

 

To Jno. Waghorne order on him accepted for fifty pounds

   

50.

 

To Deficency of Contribution on his pew No. 57 yeare past 4.12/

     
 

To Tax on his pew No. 57 from 1745 to 1753 8 yr. viz. 2 yr @ 10.10/ & 6 yr. at 13£

     

1733

December 1

1737

September 19

1739 July 10

1742 March 3d

April 19

CONTRA Cr.

By his Note on Ebenezer Storer for

£150.

By John Indicott for Thos. Greene’s Note

50.

By John Eastwicke’s ballance

50.

1733

December 5

1734

October 14

1738

March 13

HENRY WHITTON of Boston Wine Cooper Dr.

To Trinity Church for a Pew No. 35 deld. John

£50.

1737

May 31

CONTRA Cr.

By his Note on Charles Apthorp

£50.

1733

December 1

WILLIAM PRICE of Boston Cabbinettmaker Dr.

To Leonard Vassall Esq. for your Note of hand deld. up

£100

To Trinity Church for one Pew No. 60

50.

To Ditto for Inlargeing his Pew

5.

To Ditto for Subscription towards the yearly charge for the yeare 1740

3.

To Gillam Phillips Esq. per order

43.

To Cash in full (being in Disco, for Organ Subscription)

20.

1736

July 5

1737

April 13

1739 July 10

1741

1743 December

27

CONTRA Cr.

By his Note of hand for ½ Money ½ Goods

£100.

By John Gooldsmith for Pork deld. him

13.

By John Indicott you paid him

87.

By Ditto you paid him

7.19.11

By Trinity Church Charged for his Pew’s being Inlarged against his Consent

5.

By Ditto for ceiling freeze work in Gallery

6.

By Ditto 2 Walnutt Boxes 46/

2.

1733

December 6

10

9

1735

January 7

1739 February

1742

THOMAS CHILD of Boston Distiller     Dr.

To Leonard Vassall Esq. for Part of H. Limbrey’s

 

Note on Samuell Gardner

 

To Leonard Vassall Esq. for said Child’s Note of hand gave him up

   

£100.

To Trinity Church for one Pew No. 45

   

50.

To Ditto for one Pew No. 54

   

50.

To Ditto for Inlargeing 2 Pews at £5 each

   

10.

To Ditto for a Pew No. 51 to James Bouteneau seventy pounds

   

70.

To Subscription for Organ

   

25.

1751 short 8.7/

22.7/ 1753 & 1754 short 14.15/

37. 0

1752 9.12/

Tax repaid 4.10/

   

carried to folio 23

342. 2

1734

September 26

1736

August 30

1737

April 13

January 26

1739 July 10

1740 July 23

THOMAS CHILD Dr.

Brought from follo. 6

342. 2

CONTRA   Cr.

By his Note of hand for ½ Money ½ Goods

 

£100.

By Jere. Stoddard you paid him £9. & £16 for 90 Load Stones

 

45.

By John Goldsmith you paid him

 

14.

By Ditto you are to Pay him

 

20.

By Trinity Church for 44 Cart load of more Stones recd. of J. Stoddard

£22.

 

by Stones recd. of Thos. Copeland

16. 2

 

by Stones & Sand recd. of Samuell Paine

11. 9.6

 

by Willm. Knox’s bill for Carteing

5.16.4

 

by 13 Cart load of Sand recd. of Roger Nichols at 5/

3. 5.0

 

by Hair recd. of Willm. Butler

5. 8.0

64. 10.

By John Indicott you paid him

 

36. 3.10

By Trinity Church for £25 we thought was given which he says was lent

 

25.

   

312. 4.

1733

December 6

1734

May

November 6

1736

August 30

1739

February 8

CONTRA CR.

Brought from follo. 6

312. 6. 5

By Joseph Dowse discount £7.15.11

Ballance due the Church 1755 £29.19.19/7d.

1755

May

PETER LUCE of Boston Merchant Dr.

To Trinity Church for Two Pews No. 15 & No. 44

100.

To Ditto for Inlargeing 2 Pews at £5 each

10.

To Ditto for pew No. 21 to Jno. Savell per order

55.

To Ditto for Tax due on his pew No. 44: yeare 1743

5. 5

To Ditto for Two years Tax viz. 1744: 6.17.6 1745 £7.10/

14.17. 6

To Ditto for Tax since 1745 is 10 Yeares

121.15

 

306.17. 6

1737

April 13

1739 July 10

1743 October

1744

1746

1755

CONTRA   CR.

By his Note of Hand paya. In Rum, Sugar & Molases

 

£100.

By John Indicott for his Note on Eben. Storer

 

50

By Edward Tothills ballance transfered as per vote of this date

 

25

By Cash of William Sheaff Esq. who by desire of Mr. John Luce the Executor to Petr Luce payd this Ballance for his Seccurity pledged said pew No. 44 to said W. Sheaf until he redeemed it for said Sum with Intrest

131.17. 6

   

306.17. 6

1733

December 6

1734

September 24

1739

February 8

1755

December 17

JOHN ARBUTHNOTT of Boston Distiller Dr.

To Trinity Church for the Pew No. 38

£50.

Recd. of Joseph Dowse Fifty pound Old Tenor in full for Ballance due the Estate of Mr. John Arbuthnott from Trinity Church recd. in behalf of Mrs. Abigal Arbuthnott Boston January 24 1754 Henry Barnes.

1737

May 31

CONTRA Cr.

By his Note of Hand payable In Rum

£50.

By John Indicott for Charles Apthorp’s Note on James Hawdan

50.

By Ditto for Rum

.13.

By Trinity Church for 9 Melasses hogsheads at 12/6

1. 2. 6

1733

December 2

1734

September 18

1735

October 22

HENRY LAUGHTON of Boston Merchant Taylor Dr.

To Trinity Church for Two Pews No. 42 & No. 83

£100.

To Ditto inlargeing his pew No. 83

5.

To Cash paid (being discounted on Organ account)

20.

1737

September 19

1744

November 27

CONTRA CR.

By His Note of Hand paya. in Rum & Goods

£100.

By John Indicott for his Note of hand

50.

1733

December 3

1734

October 14

THOMAS GREENE of Boston Merchant Dr.

To Peter Kenwood for his Note

£100.

To Robt. Thomlinson for Cha. Apthorp’s Note on him

59.18. 1

To Trinity Church for 1 & ¾ Load of Stones at 10/

17. 6

To the Church Called Kings Chappel

109. 4

Carried to folio 13

£269. 9. 7

1733

January 30

1734

October 1

1735

April 3

December 2

THOMAS GREENE of Boston Merchant   DR.

To the debt brought from folio 7

 

£269.19. 7

To Trinity Church for 2900 foot of Clear board at £5.5/

£15. 4.6

 

777 foot of thick

   

Ditto £8.8/

6.10.6

21.15.

To Cash paid him

 

59. . 7

To Trinity Church for 1 Pew No. 69 sold John Merrett

 

50.

To Ditto for the Pew No. 59 for Your Self

 

50.

To John Hamack he orderd me to pay

 

25.

To Trinity Church for 1 Pew No. 67 sold Edwd. Tuckerman

 

50.

To Ditto . . . for 1 Pew No. 36 sold Peter de Jersey

 

50.

To Ditto . . . for 1 Pew No. 94 sold James Griffin

 

50.

To Ditto . . . for 1 Pew No. 4 sold David Evans

 

50.

To James Griffin for his Note on said Greene

 

30.

To Trinity Church for Inlargeing one Pew

 

5.

To Ditto for one Pew No. 16 sold to Willm. Pattin

 

50.

To Ditto for one Pew No. 63 sold to Benja. Greene

 

65.

   

£852.15. 2

To Trinity Church for pew No. 86

 

65.

To order discount with Thos. & Jno. Greene 3.7.9½ Lawful

 

25. 8. 3

1735

November 10

1736

July 15

1737

September 10

12

October 17

February 23

1738

June 7

April 10

1739

May 11

July 10

August 21

October 9

1743

January 10

1756

August 28

CONTRA CR.

By his Note of Hand paya. In Nails

£100.

By Trinity Church for 8 bb for the Masons Tubs

.16.

By Ditto for 7000 Bricks at 36/

12.12.

By John Indicott for Peter Kenwoods Note

100.

By John Gooldsmith for what you paid Nathl. Fairfield

68.

By Hezekials Blanchard for your note on Caleb Lyman

4. 5.

By John Henshaw for Ditto on Gersham Keyes

4.13.

By Willm. Wheelar Jr. for Ditto on Danl. Powning

4. 4.

By Willm. Knox for Ditto on Caleb Lyman

18.12. 2

By John Goldsmith for Sundrys

38.13. 6

Carried to folio 13

£351.15. 8

1733

December 6

1734

July 16

August 2

7

October 1

16

November 6

CONTRA   CR.

By the Credit brought from folio 7

 

£351.15. 8

By Trinity Church for 900 foot of Glass 10 by 8 at £11 per C

£99.

 

2 boxes with 432 or arching Glass

38. 1.3

137. 1. 3

By Ditto for 1000 foot of Board for

£3.15.0

 

Scaffold gave to Mr. John Indicott for what he used in Civering windows & 350 foot of Plank for Benches deld. in August last

3.10.0

 

1500 of 10d Nails 42/ 1m 20d. Nails 40/

4. 2.0

 

Carteing Glass & Plank

0.11.3

11.18. 3

By John Indicott for your Note gave Moses Ayres on Willm. Blin

 

12.10

By James Smith

£12.10.0

 

By the Episcopal Charitable Society

10. 4.0

22.14.

By John Indicott

 

18. 3. 7

By John Goldsmith

 

17. 8.

By John Indicott

 

29.17.10

By Ditto

 

10.10

By Ditto paid John Vintenon

 

8

By Ditto

 

50.

By Ditto

 

47.18.10

By Robert Kenton

 

12.

By John Indicott discounted

 

46. 6.

By Henry Redin you paid

 

30.

By Robert Kenton paid

 

28.

By Trinity Church he paid Ebenz. Messinger Turners Bill

 

22.

   

£856. 3. 5

1735

December 2

31

June 3

1737

September 15

October 6

22

December 1

February 1

March 13

July 6

January 8

1739

April 3

3

24

August 11

THOMAS PHILLIPS of Boston Shoopkeeper Dr.

To Trinity Church for a Pew No. 47 gave John Phillips the title

£50.

To an order payd Peter Pelham draun by Thos. Phillips

50.

1737

April 13

1739

March 13

CONTRA   CR.

By his Note of Hand for ½ Money ½ Goods

£30

 

By his Ditto to be paid when the Church is Raisd.

30.

 

By his Ditto when the Church is finishd.

40.

£100.

1733

December 4

EDWARD TOTHILL of Boston Dr.

To Peter Luce for the ballance of this account

 

Transferred as per vote

£25.

1739

February 8

CONTRA CR.

By Peter Luce’s Note on Ebenz. Storer for ½ Money

 

½ Goods

£25

1733

December 5

RUFUS GREENE of Boston Goldmith DR.

To Trinity Church for the Pew No. 61

£50.

To pew No. 4

75.

To Cash payd in full

55.

 

130.

1737

April 13

1753

March

1761

March

CONTRA CR.

By his Note on Ebenz. Storer for Boards

£50.

By John Indicott

25.

By John Indicott towards building the Gallerys per Note

50.

By Cash paid Mrs. Evans for pew No. 4

55.

 

130.

1733

December 1

1738

June 19

1740

October 17

JOB LEWIS of Boston Merchant DR.

To John Indicott for Nathl. Greene’s Note on Saml. Webb

£50.

To Trinity Church for the Pew No. 97

50.

To Ditto for one Pew No. 91 Isaac Royall

55.

1735

June 10

1737

April 13

1739

October 9

CONTRA CR.

By his Note on Nathl. Greene for ½ Money ½ Goods

£100.

By John Indicott for Nathl. Greene’s Note on Saml. Webb

50.

By Cash recd. from Sarah Leach In part of Saml. Webbs Note

10.

1733

December 6

1734

October 1

1739

January 28

HENRY LIMBREY of Boston Merchant DR.

To Trinity Church for the Pew No. 53 gave Benja.

 

Faneuil the Title per order of Cha. Apthorp

£50.

for the Pew No. 66 gave Edward Carter the Title per Ditto

50.

 

£100.

1737

April 13

CONTRA CR.

By his Note on Saml. Gardner

£100.

1733

December 1

JOHN EASTWICKE of Boston Merchant DR. DR.

To Charles Apthorp

£50.

1738

March 13

CONTRA   CR.

By his Note on Thomas Goodwin for ½ Money

£22.

 

By his Note on Samuell Webb for Ditto

28.

£50.

1733

December 3

PHILLIP DUMARESQ of Boston Merchant DR.

To his Note on Saml. Webb returnd him

 

£100.

To Trinity Church for two Pews No. 56 & No. 89

 

100.

To Ditto for donations he recd. of Leo. Edmond Hopkins

£5.

 

of Dr. Willm. Bruce

5.

 

of Capt. David Pipoon

5.

 

of Capt. Kinslow

2.

17.

   

217.

1734

July

1737

February 23

1739

May 5

CONTRA CR.

By his Note on Saml. Webb for halfe Mone ½ Goods

£100.

By John Indicott for your Note on Stepn. Bouteneau

25.

By Ditto      for Ditto      on Mrs. Rammie

30.

By Cash recd. of Rufus Greene on account of Donations

15.

By John Indicott you paid him

41. 5

By Cash recd.

3.15

By Cash recd.

2.

 

217.

1733

November 27

1734

July

December 5

March 26

1736

June 12

1737

February 23

1739

September 29

PETER KENWOOD of Boston Merchant DR.

To Trinity Church for Two Pews No. 90 & 98

£100.

To Eliza. Monk per order

15.

To Wm. Burbank past note not payd

4.11

Ballance

71.16

 

91. 7

1737

May 31

1743

January 10

CONTRA CR.

By his Note on Thos. Greene

£100.

By his note on Mrs. Ann Wroe for 2/3 mony

25.00. 0

By Ditto on Mrs. Mary Marshall Ditto

25.

By Indicott & Co. for a Note on Nath. Davise for 2/3 mony

20.

By Will: Burbank pd. £21.7 on Abiel Walley

21. 7

 

91. 7

1733

January 30

1740

October 10

1743

January 9

December

JOHN INDICOTT of Boston Carpenter   Dr.

To Peter Luce’s Note of hand

 

£100

To John Arbuthnot’s Ditto

50.

 

To Henry Laughton’s Ditto

100.

 

To Thomas Phillip’s Ditto

30.

 

To Peter Luce’s Note on Ebenz. Storer

25.

 

To Rufus Greene’s Note on Ditto

50.

 

To Charles Apthorp’s Note on Ditto

150.

 

To Job Lewis’s Note on Nathl. Greene

100.

 

To Cash paid him

100.

 
   

£705.

   

8.15. 6

To Cash paid him

   

To Phillip Dumaresq for his Note on Stepn. Boutineau

 

25.

To Willm. Price he paid him

 

87.

To Thomas Green’s Note of hand for Nails

 

100.

To Peter Kenwoods Note on Thos. Greene

 

100.

To John Arbuthnots for Chas. Apthorp’s Note on James Hawdan

 

50.

To Peter Luce for his Note on Ebenz. Storer

 

50.

To William Coffin for his Note of hand

 

50.

To Robt. Thomlinson for Chas. Apthorps Note on J. Hawdan

 

40. 1.11

To Saml. Gardner for my Note

 

35.

To Willm. & John Jones for their three Notes on Thos. Parker

 

100

To Henry Laughton for his Note of hand

 

50.

To Charles Apthorp for Thos. Green’s Note on him

 

50.

To Job Lewis for Nathl. Greene’s Note on Saml. Webb

 

50.

To Phillip Dumaresq for his Note on Mrs. Rammie

 

30.

To Leonard Vassall Esq. for Thos. Phillips’s Note of hand

 

30.

To Willm. & John Jones for their two Notes on Thos. Parker

 

50.

To Leonard Vassall Esq. for Thos. Phillips’s Note of hand

 

40.

To King’s Chapple Thos. Greene paid him by James Hawdan

 

50.

To Rum deld. him by John Arbuthnot

 

.13.

To Willm. Price he paid you

 

7.19.11

To The Church Called Kings Chapple Thos. Greene paid you

 

60.

To Phillip Dumaresq he paid you

 

41. 5

To Cash paid him by Thos. Greene

 

399. 4. 8

   

£2210.

To Cash paid him by Thos. Greene

 

£30.

To Trinity Church for Boards &c. deld. him per receipt 25571 foot of Clear Board

 

158.19. 3

To Thomas Child he paid you

 

36. 3.10

To Cash paid him

 

50.

To Cash he paid you by John Vintenon’s note

 

9.10.

To Edward Dumaresq for Jacob & John Wendell & Co. Note on Caleb Lyman & Company

 

50.

To Thos. Greene for his Note gave Moses Ayres on Willm. Blin

 

12.10.

To Cord Cordis’s Note of hand

 

50.

To Thos. Greene for John Vintenon Note

 

18. 3. 7

To Willm. Haislup he pays you

 

50.

To Thomas Greene for his Note on Willm. Blin

 

29. 7.10

To Ditto      for Ditto on Saml. Parkman

 

10.10

To Ditto paid John Vintenon per order

£8.

 

To Willm. Coffin for Thos. Greene’s Note to Vintenon

25.6.9

33. 6. 9

To Thomas Greene for his Note on Caleb Lyman & Co

 

50.

To Joseph Gooch he paid you

 

25.

To Rufus Greene he paid you

 

25.

To Willm. Price’s Note of hand

£50.

 

To Thomas Greene discounted

47.18.10

 

To Cash paid him in full

12.10. 2

100. 9

   

£749.10. 3

1733

December

1734

June 25

July

August 7

September 18

24

October 3

5

14

November 29

December 5

January 6

1735

June 10

September 24

January 7

1736

June 12

July 15

August 30

January 8

1737

May 12

17

June 3

October 6

22

December 1

February 1

March 13

June 13

19

July 6

CONTRA CR.

By Job Lewis Esq. for Nathl. Greene’s Note on Saml. Webb returned

£50.

By Trinity Church for the outside & Frame of the Church & finding Stuff as per Agreement

£2160.

 

£2210.

By Ditto for building & fixing a Pulpitt &c. & makeing benches against it was preach’d in as per Agreement

£20.

By John Goldsmith for Bricks

2.

By Makeing 102 Pews & finding Stuff per Agreement at £6.10/

663.

By Extraordinary Works on the Steps more then the Agreement & my bill of Extraordinary Work as per Note

64.10. 3

 

749.10. 3

1735

June 10

1736

July 15

August 30

1737

October 22

1738

April 27

JOHN GOOLDSMITH of Boston, Masin   DR.

To Leonard Vassall Esq. for John Eastwicke Note on Thos. Goodwin

 

£22.

To Ditto      for Ditto’s Note on Saml. Webb

 

28.

To Thos. Child for his Note on

 

14

To Willm. Price for 2 bbls of Pork

 

13.

To Trinity Church for 5 & ½ Load of Stones deld. Nathl. Fairfield at 8/

 

2. 4.

To Leonard Vassall Esq. for part of H. Limbrey’s Note on Saml. Gardner paid to Nathl. Fairfield per your order

 

25.

To Thos. Greene he paid said Fairfield per your order

 

68.

To Ditto he paid him

£18.13.6

 

To Ditto he paid John Johnson

20. 0.0

 

To Leonard Vassall Esq. for T. Greene’s Note on S. Gardner

20. 5.0

 

To Thos. Child he is to Pay him

20.

78.18. 6

   

£251. 2. 6

To Leonard Vassall Esq. for Part of H. Limbrey’s Note on Saml. Gardner

 

19.15.

To Cash paid him by Thos. Child which T. G. allowed to TC

 

40.

To Joseph Dowse for his Note on Willm. Blin

 

25.

To Cash paid Abner Blasdell for your Note

 

12.10

To Cash paid Stephen Hall for your Note on me

 

6.

To Bartho. Ballard for Thos. & John Phillips’s Note on Dods. Kilcup

 

25.

To Ditto      for Ditto      on James Hawdan

 

25.

To Thomas Greene for his Note on Saml. Parkman

 

17. 8.

To John Indicott for Bricks

 

2.

   

172.13.

1733

March 12

1734

March 28

August 7

November 6

1736

June 28

July 14

September 15

18

December 22

1737

October 22

CONTRA CR.

By Digging the Seller & Spreading the Dirt as per Agreement

£55.

By Digging Trenches for the foundation & under the Alter

9.

By Trinity Church for his Note

187. 2. 6

 

£251. 2. 6

By Ditto for filling in the Walls & finding Stuff per Agreement

£40.

By Ditto for laying 1050 Yards of Plaistring at 18d. per yd.

78.15.

By Ditto for whitewashing. Pointing the Foundation &c. as per Note

53.18.

 

£172.13

1734

August 6

1736

July 14

August 30

1737

July 4

GEORGE CRADOCK of Boston Merchant DR.

To Cash in full   fifty pounds

£50.

1748

July 9

CONTRA

CR.

By Cash recd.

£25.

By Intrest allowed but no difrence money

25.

1730

April

BENJAMIN WALKER of Boston Shopkeeper Dr.

To Trinity Church for the Cash Lent as per Cr. side this day said B. Walker told Jos. Dowse one of the Wardens that he freely gave it and ordered him thus to discharge the same

£25.

174

March 17

CONTRA CR.

By Cash recd.

25.

1730

April 6

JOHN GIBBONS of Boston Apothecary DR.
CONTRA CR.

By Cash recd.

25.

1732

AMOS WOOD of Boston Merchant DR.

To your order Carried to the Credit of John Hamack

£25.

1737

September 12

CONTRA CR.

By Cash recd.

£25.

1732

September 7

JAMES SMITH of Boston Sugar refiner DR.

To Willm. Speakman he paid said Smith

£250.

To 16 Cart Load of Stones deld. in August last at 8/

6. 8

 

256. 8. 0

To Cash paid Extraordn. Intrest for 3 mo.

£5.

To Cash paid him by Willm. Price

12.10

To Ditto

12.10

   

To Ditto

12.10

To Thomas Greene for money he left with Willm. Price

12.10

To Cash paid him £12.10.0 (January 9) To Cash £10.10.0

23.

To Cash paid him in part of the bond

200.

To Cash paid him for Principle £150 for Intrest £6

156.

Carried to folio 19

£434.

1734

April 10

November 1

1736

July 6

November 8

January 4

1737

July 7

September 15

November 22

January 9

April 8

JAMES SMITH of Boston Sugar Refiner DR.

To the Dr. brought from folio 11

£434.

To Cash paid him

3.15.

To Ditto

3.15.

To Ditto

3.15.

To Cash paid him in full

152.10.

 

£598.15.

1738

August 1

November 2

February 22

1739

May 10

CONTRA CR.

By Cash recd. for which Mr. Willm. Speakman & Mr. Henry Laughton gave their Bond

£250.

By Cash recd.

6. 8

By Cash recd. for which Peter Luce, Thos. Child, Willm. Price & Willm. Speakman gave their Bond paya. in 9 Months

500.

Carried to folio 19

 

1730

April 11

1734

March 10

1736

July 6

CONTRA   CR.

Brought from folio 11

 

£500.

By Trinity Church for Intrest on £500 from 6th July 1736 to 6th of January 1737 is 18 Months at 10 per cent per annum

£75.

 

for Intrest on £300 from 6th of January 1737 to 6th of April 1738 is 3 Months at 10 per cent per annum

7.10

 

for Intrest on £150 from 6th of April 1738 to 6th of May 1739 is 13 Months at 10 per cent per annum

16.5

98.15.

   

£598.15

1738

1739

May 10

WILLIAM PATTIN of Boston Tavernkeeper DR.

To Cash paid him

£100.

1731

August 7

CONTRA CR.

By Cash recd. for which Messrs. Willm. Speakman, Thos. Child & Willm. Price gave their Bond

£100.

1730

April 11

WILLIAM COFFIN of Boston Braizer DR.

To Trinity Church for the Pew No. 58

£50.

To Ditto for one Pew sold Lawrence Lutwich No. 52

£50.

To Ditto for one Pew sold Alexander Thorpe

50.

To Ditto for Inlargeing one Pew 5. due W. C. 160.1.5.

5.

To Ditto for a Pew No. 8 sold him per vote of Vestry this day

55.

To 30. Pew Door hindges Charged more then had

32.

To Ditto for priveledge of a Vault built under the Church

10.

To Cash pd. being discounted on Organ account

50.

 

252.

1737

April 13

September 19

1738

April 17

1739

July 10

1740

July 4

1744

November 27

CONTRA

CR.

By John Indicott for his Note of Hand

£50.

By Ditto for Thos. Greene’s Note gave John Vintenon

£25. 6. 9

By John Indicott for the Trustees Note

50.

By Trinity Church for his Bill

190. 1. 8

By Ditto for 31 ma lath Nails dld. Wm. Hunstable at several times

17.12. 6

 

283.00.11

1734

September 24

1737

February 1

1739

April 4

1740

May 8

1742

ROBERT THOMLINSON at Present of Boston  

To Trinity Church for the Pew No. 43

£50.

To Ditto for what he subscribed towards this yeare’s charges of the church & not payd

6.10

1737

April 13

1740

May 8

CONTRA   CR.

By Thos. Greene for Charles Apthorp’s Note on him

£59.18.1

 

By John Indicott for Ditto’s Note on James Hawdan

40. 1.1

£100

1734

October 1

HEZEKIAH BLANCHARD of Boston DR.

To Thos. Greene for his Note on Caleb Lyman for

£4. 5

1734

October 1

CONTRA CR.

By Trinity Church for Sand & Carteing

£4. 5

1734

August

JOHN HENSHAW of Boston Wharfinger DR.

To Thomas Greene for his Note on Gershn. Keyes

£4.13.

1734

October 1

CONTRA CR.

By Trinity Church for Carteing as per Note

£4.13

1734

August

WILLIAM WHEELAR of Boston Mason Dr.

To Thos. Greene for his Note on Danl. Powning

£4. 4

1734

October 1

CONTRA CR.

By Trinity Church for 8 Cart load of Stones

£4. 4

1734

August

WILLIAM & JOHN JONES of Boston Merchants DR.

To Trinity Church for one Pew No. 99

£50.

To Ditto for pew No. 78 sold James Collingwood per order

55.

To Cash in full

45.

1739

October 9

1743

January 10

1744

November 27

CONTRA CR.

By John Indicott for their three Notes on Thos. Parker

£100.

By Ditto . . . for their two Ditto on Ditto

50.

1734

October 5

January 6

ANDREW HALL of Medford DR.

To Cash paid him Twenty-five Pounds

£25.

To Ditto

36.15

 

61.15

1734

October 15

1735

March 26

CONTRA CR.

By Trinity Church for 32500 Bricks at 38/ per M

£61.15

1734

August 2

WILLIAM KNOX of Boston Carter DR.

To Thos. Greene for his Note on Caleb Lyman

£18.12. 2

1734

October 16

CONTRA CR.

By Trinity Church for Carteing &c.

£18.12. 2

1734

August 6

JOHN FISHER of Boston Carter   DR.

To Cash paid him

 

20.

To Trinity Church for the ballance said Fisher gave to the Church

 

9.13. 6

 

29.13.6

 

1735

September 12

CONTRA CR.

By Trinity Church for Carteing &c. per Note

£29.13. 6

1734

August 6

THE EPISCOPAL CHARRITABLE SOCIETY In Boston   DR.

To Cash paid Dr. John Gibbins

 

£2.

To Cash paid Rufus Greene

 

10. 4

To Cash paid to Thomas Greene & by Thomas Greene

 

10. 4

To Ditto paid Willm. Speakman

 

10. 4

To Cash paid Joseph Dowse Treasurer in full

 

545.

   

£577.12.

December 1. 1741. The four Bonds on the other side where all cancelled & New Bonds given by the following persons in the Behalf of Trinity Church for 527 ounces 11 penywt. & 18 grains Troy weight of Silver Sterling alloy which is assertaining the mony at 29/ per ounce[?] unto Charles Apthorp Treasurer to said Society viz. Joseph Dowse, Petr. Kenwood, Rufus Green & Jas. Bouteneau. Penalty, five hundred & thirty pounds. Condittion Benja. Fanuiel, Willm. Coffin, Heny.

182.15. 6

 

Laughton, & Thos. Aston penalty Five hundrecd pounds Condition

172. 8. 6

 

Will. Speakman, John Arbuthnott Thos. Child & Thos. Greene penalty Five Hundred pounds Condittion

172. 8. 6

 
 

527.11.18

 

1735

September 8

1736

November 10

1737

September 15

1738

October 11

1739

June 26

1741

CONTRA CR.

By Cash recd. of John Gibbins

£60.

By Ditto of Ditto for Both Sums Peter Luce, Thos. Child, Willm. Price & Thos. Greene gave their Bond this day payable in 13 Months

110.

By Trinity Church for Intrest on the above to this day

2.

By Cash recd. of Thomas Greene Treasurer

170.

By Cash recd. of Willm. Speakman £55. & the above mentioned Luce, Child, Price & Greene gave their bond this day for £225 & paid the Intrest of the £170

55.

By Cash recd. of Joseph Dowse Treasurer

150.

By Trinity Church for Intrest on £170 for 3 years at 6 per Cent per Annum

30.12.

 

577.12

By Cash recd. of Joseph Dowse Treasurer for which Messrs. Willm. Speakman, Willm. Coffin & Lawrence Lutwich gave Bond

£275.

By Cash recd. of Ditto for which Messrs. Peter Kenwood Henry Laughton & Thos. Aston gave their Bond

275.

By Ditto recd. of Jos. Dowse Treasurer for which Jno. Arbuthnott Benja. Fanueil & Rufus Greene gave Bond

140. 0. 0

By Ditto recd. of Thos. Child Treasurer for which Will Speakman Joseph Dowse & Jona. Simpson gave Bond

75. 0. 0

 

£765.00. 0

1735

May 24

September 8

1737

January 7

10

1739

May 8

10

June 26

1740

March 28

September 29

THE CHURCH Called KINGS CHAPPLE DR.
To Cash paid Silvester Gardiner in part of their bond

£150.

To Cash paid Ditto Silvester Gardiner in part per Jos. Dowse Church Warden

100.00.

To Ditto pd. James Gordon in part of per order J. Dowse

100.

To Ditto pd. to Ditto £50.0.0 March 24 To Ditto pd. Ditto in full £75.0.11d.

125.00.11

 

475.00.11

1739

May 8

1740

March 25

May 3d.

September 2

CONTRA CR.

By John Indicott Thomas Greene paid him

£50.

By Thomas Greene he discounted towards the Glass

109. 4.

By John Indicott Thos. Greene pd. him

60.

By Cash recd. of Thos. Greene the 8th June last

90.

By Ditto for Thos. Child’s Bond & Intrest

110.

By Intrest on Money to this day

13. 3. 3

By Cash recd. of Thos. Greene

17.12. 9

Messrs. Peter Luce, Thos. Child & Willm. Price gave their Bond for the above £450 to be paid in 1 year from this date

 

By Intrest of the above . . . from May 1739 to this

25.00.11

 

475. .11

1735

September 24

December 2

7

1736

April 13

1740

March 24

SILVESTER GARDINER of Boston Apothecary DR.

To Cash paid him

£25.

1739

May 31

CONTRA CR.

By Cash recd. in part of a Pew

£25.

1735

January 31

JOSEPH DOWSE of Boston Merchant DR.

To Trinity Church for the Pew No. 55

£50.

To Lewise Turner Twenty pounds

20.

To Caleb Joseph Gray a Note on Jos. Sherborne in Goods

20.

To Cross for Ballance of his account Danl. Rea Discount £30

25.

To Thos. Child discount £7.15.11 To Thos.

 

Powel discount £29.10/

37. 5.11

 

102. 5.11

 

60. 8. 1

1737

April 13

1741

December 24

1742

September 29

CONTRA   CR.

By Cash recd. in part of a Pew No. 55

 

£25.

By John Goldsmith for your Note on Willm. Blin

 

25.

   

50.

By Trinity Church for 1500 foot of Clear board at 20/

 

£15.

By Cash recd.

 

10.

By Indicott & Co. a Barrel Rum: £18.4/ January 11

   

By Ditto a hhd. Rum: £55.6/

 

73.10

By Henry Stanbridge a hhd. Rum

 

64. 4

 

162.14

14

1736

April 13

September 15

1738

September

October 11

1741

December

HUGH MACDANIEL of Boston Ropemaker DR.

To Cash payd in full

78. 4.

1745

CONTRA CR.

By Trinity Church for 782 Bushell of Lime at 2/

£78.

1734

August 2

TEMPLE NELSON of Boston DR.

To Cash paid John Honeychurch per order

7.

To Cash pd. Cap. John Steel Administrator

14.

1736

March 8

1746

CONTRA CR.

By Trinity Church for 42 Cartload of Stones at 10/

21.

1736

March 8

EDWARD DUMARESQ of Boston Rigger DR.

To Trinity Church for the Pew No. 64

£50.

1737

May 31

CONTRA CR.

By John Indicott for Jacob & John Wendell & Comp. a Note on Caleb Lyman & Co. for

£50.

1737

May 17

JOHN HAMACK of Boston Wine Cooper DR.

To Trinity Church for one Pew No. 37

£50.

1737

September 26

CONTRA CR.

By Amos Woods ballance he orderd us to pay You

£25.

By Thomas Greene you orderd him to pay us £50

25.

1737

September 12

CORD CORDIS of Boston Sugar Refiner DR.

To Trinity Church for the Pew No. 84

£50.

To Cash payd Ten Dollrs. the 27 Do. in full 7.10/

30.

1737

September 19

1739

October 21

CONTRA CR.

By John Indicott

£50.

By Ditto towards building Gallerys (per Jos. Dowse note for)

£30.

1737

October 6

1740

October 16

WILLIAM HAISLUP of Boston Pinmaker DR.

To Trinity Church for the Pew No. 40

£50

1737

October 6

CONTRA CR.

By John Indicott

£50.

1737

October 6

BARTHOLOMEW BALLARD of Boston Joyner DR.

To Trinity Church for a Pew No. 62

£50.

1737

October 11

CONTRA CR.

By John Goldsmith for Thos. & John Phillips’s Note on Kilcup

£25.

By Ditto . . . for Ditto . . . on James Hawdan

25.

 

50.

1737

October 22

THOMAS ASTON of Boston Apothecary DR.

To Trinity Church for the Pew No. 13

£50.

To Benefaction Mr. Aston gives this Debtor

30.

1738

April 1

CONTRA CR.

By Cash recd. in part of the Pew No. 13

£15.

By Ditto

20.

By Ditto

15.

 

£50.

By Indicott & Cos a Note drawn in favour of Indicott & mony for

£30.00.

1737

January 7

1738 31

April 1

1741

July

JOHNSON JACKSON of Boston Distiller DR.

To Trinity Church for the Pew No. 65

£50.

To Ditto for pew No. 124 in Gallery to J. Richardson

40.

1737

January 26

CONTRA CR.

By Cash recd. for his Note of hand

29.17. 6

By Ditto

8.

By Ditto

12. 2. 6

By John Indicott per Jos. Dowse’s Note for

30.

By Ditto for Ditto note £3:2/6 By Tr. Church for 50 bushl. lime @ 2/9d. £6:17:6

10.

1738

April 3

July 31

October 7

1740

October 16

1741

February 26

JOHN GARRETT of Boston Rigger

DR

To Trinity Church for one Pew No. 7

£50.

1737

March 17

CONTRA

CR.

By Cash recd. of his Wife

£50.

1737

March 17

HENRY PRICE of Boston Tayler DR.

To Trinity Church for the Pew No. 87

£50.

June 1

1738

CONTRA CR.

By John Indicott

£50.

1738

July 6

JOSEPH GOOCH of Boston Attorney at Law DR.

To Cash payd by Joseph Dowse

25.

1751

CONTRA CR.

By John Indicott you paid him

£25.

1738

June 13

ROBERT KENTON of Boston Plaisterer DR.

To Thomas Greene for his Note on Caleb Lyman

£12.

1738

January 8

To Ditto he paid

28.

To Cash paid him

15.

 

55.

July 24

October 6

CONTRA CR

By Trinity Church for Plaistring the Altar per Note

£55

1739

October 6

ALDIN BASS deceased his Estate DR

To Cash paid Thomas Greene

£4.

4.

5.

To Cash paid Robert Breck for paid Bass’s Widow

3.

18.

1.

 

£8.

2.

6.

1739

April 21

June 8

CONTRA CR

By Trinity Church for Carteing

£8.

2.

6.

1739

March 26

GEORGE WHITLOCK of Boston Merchant DR

To Trinity Church for the Pew No. 48

£55.

1739

May 7

CONTRA CR.

By Cash recd.

£20.

By Cash recd.

5.

By Ditto

30.

 

55.

1739

May 7

10

June 5

HENRY STANBRIDGE of Boston painter DR

To Trinity Church for pew No. 82 per vote of Vestry

£55.

To Joseph Dowse a hogsd. of Rum 107 [email protected] 12/

64.

4.

To Cash pd. Two Hundred pounds

200.

To Cash £61.   December 23   To Ditto £68. 13/8

129.

13

1754 January Cash

81.

9

1740

July 4

1742

1746

February 5

1752

April 18

CONTRA CR.

By Trinity Church for account of painting

394.

6.

2

By half Bill for outside painting

116.

17

 
 

511.

3.

2

1743

17

JAMES GRIFFIN of Boston Merchant DR.

To Trinity Church for deficiency in Tax on pew No. 62 being his Father Patten’s

10.

10.

To Ditto for privoledge of a Vault built under the Church

10.

 

1744

November

CONTRA CR.

By Thomas Greene

£30.

1739

May 11

JOHN GOULD of Boston Miller DR.

To Trinity Church for the Pew No. 12

£55.

1739

May 31

CONTRA CR

By Cash recd. by the hand of Joseph Dowse

£55.

1739

June 8

JAMES VARNEY of Boston Limeburner DR.

To Cash paid him

£11.

19.

1739

June 7

CONTRA CR.

By Trinity Church for Lime as per Note

£11.

19.

1739

June 1

JOHN INDICOTT of Boston House Carpenter DR

To Cash paid him on account of the alter

£13.

15.

1738

February 1

To Cash paid him towards Altering the Pews

35.

To Cash paid him towards Ditto

15.

To Ditto

towards Ditto

£10.

 

To Ditto

towards Ditto

10.

20.

To William Coffin for the Trustees Note

50.

To Trinity Church for one Pew sold Jabez Hatch No. 5

50.

To Thomas Greene discounted

46.

6.

To Cash paid him towards altering the Pews

30.

 

To Cash paid him towards Ditto

22.

10.

 

282.

11

To Ballance due J. Indicott Carried to Account Indicott & More Bellow

23.

6.

14

28

March 10

17

1739

April 4

3

May 12

July 2

CONTRA CR.

By Trinity Church for his Bill for the Alter & Altering the Pews

£305.

17.

7

1740

May 8

DITTO      JOHN INDICOTT & Willm. Moore of Boston DR.

To Peter Kenwoods order on Thos. Greene for

121.

6.

9

To Johnson Jackson for Jos. Dowse order on him

9.

   

To Cash payd him J. Indicott per Jos. Dowse fifty pounds

50.

   

To a Note on Mrs. Foott drawn per J. Dowse for

25.

   

To Cash payd in full

87.

14.

3

 

£293.

1.

0

1739/40

February 25

1740

July 18

1741

April 10

CONTRA CR.

By Trinity Church for Pulpit & Vestry Room per agreement

£255.

By Ditto for Addittonal Bill for work on Ditto more then Agreement

14.

15.

By Ballance of John Indicott account above

23.

6

 

293.

 

1740

HENRY REDIN of Boston Carver DR.

To Thomas Greene he paid

£30.

1739

July 3

CONTRA CR.

By Trinity Church for Carveing 2 Whole & 2 half Capitals

£30.

1739

July 3

JONATHAN FURNASS of Boston Baker DR.

To Trinity Church for the Pew No. 34

£55.

1739

July 17

CONTRA CR.

By Cash recd.

£55.

1739

September

WILLIAM HUNSTABLE of Boston Brick layer DR.

To Trinity Church for Pew No. 84 per vote of Vestry

50.

1740

July 4

To Jos. Dowse Note on Thos. Child for £10:0:0 To Cash for Laths 25/

11.

5

To a Note drawn in favour of Jno. Burroughs for

36.

 

1741

November 7

To Ditto in favour of Ditto £5. Aug. 13 to Cash Ditto pd. Pow[ers]? Merriett 5:5/

10.

5

To Cash Ten pound £10. December 30 To Cash to Jno. Holyoke paid in full £9

19.

 

1742

August

September 14

CONTRA CR.

By Trinity Church plaistring 430 yd 1/9d. 8 M Nails 96/30 bush. hair 75/

46.

3.

6

By Laths 25/ September 14

1.

5.

 

1741/2

March

By White washing the wholle Church per agreement

 

finding Stuff & scafolds £27 & some plaistering 40/

29.

By Trinity Church for pew No. 84 taken again

50.

1742

September 1

JONATHAN SIMPSON of Boston Brazer DR.

To Trinity Church for Pew No. 116 in the Gallery per vote

50.

1743

January 10

CONTRA CR.

By Indicott & Moore to pay in his Shop

£50.

1740

October 17

STEPHEN APTHORP of Boston Brazer DR.

To Richard Collyar for order to pay in a pew

35.

To Cash in full

15.

1742

April 1

1744

November 28

CONTRA  

By INDICOTT & MOORE to pay in his Shop

£50.

1740

October 17

ANTHONY CAVELY of Boston Distiller DR.

To Indicott & More for part of the Note drawn October 17, 1740 unpayd

28.

3

To Trinity Church for pew No. 102 £50

50.

 

To Ditto for priveledge of a Vault under the Church

10.

 

1741

February 20

CONTRA  

By Indicott & More to pay in Rum

£50.

By Henry Standbridge a hhd. of Rum returned

 

By Willm. Burbank note pay      in Rum £25

 

1740

October 17

1742

1743

April 30

FANEUIL and BOUTINEAU Merchants DR.
CONTRA  

By Indicott & Co. for their Note on Caleb Lyman & Co. 2/3 mony for

60.

By Ditto for Ditto on Mrs. Magdelen Wroe 2/3 Ditto

40.

November 3

1740

BENJA. GREENE of Boston Goldsmith DR.

To Cash payd

25.

1763

CONTRA  

By Indicott & Moore to pay in a Shop Note 2/3 Mony

£25.

1740

October 17

JOHN BARRELL of Boston Merchant DR.

To T. C. for Pew No. 10 per vote of Vestry for fifty pounds

50.

1740

September 1

To Trinity Church for pew No. 66 to Jos. Gerrish

65.

1743

April 1

CONTRA  

By Indicott & Co. his Note on Will. Taylor 2/3 mony for

100.

0.

0

By Trinity Church for £15 Ball pew No. 66 said pew reverting for defficency of Tax

15.

   

1745

October 17

1753

Capt. PHILLIP BENEST of Boston Marriner DR.

To Trinity Church for preveledge of a Tomb

10.

To Cash in full

40.

1749

1761

CONTRA    

By Indicott & Co. for his Note on Nathl. Viall half mony

£20.

16

By Ditto on Jno. Tyng in Cash

20.

 

By Cash

9.

4

1740

October 10

FRANCES JOHONNOTT of Boston Merchant DR.

To Cash in full

50.

1754

CONTRA CR.

By Indicott & Co. for Lambert & Johonnott Note on Mrs. Marshall 2/3 mony payable to Jno. Endicott Boston November 2d. 1754 Recd, of Jos. Dowse Warden of Trinity Church Fifty pound Old Tenor being in full of debt due one from said Church.

50.

00.

0

1740

November 11th

JONATHAN FURNASS of Boston Baker dr.
CONTRA CR.
CAPA. JOHN SNOW of Boston Marriner DR.

To Trinity Church for his Note dated June 18, 1742 drawn on Jacob Wendell Esq. & Co. being the Wages of Derby Mahoney who died at Sea & ordered said Snow to give the same to the Church but said Snow Recd, said Wages himself & died without paying the same.

23.

1743

To Cash pd. Jos. Jackson Administrator in full for the 20£ in part of a pew

20.

1748

June 16

CONTRA  

By Cash on account of a Pew No. 119 Twenty pounds

£20.

1741

August 22d.

THOMAS PERKINS Merchant DR.

To Trinity Church for Pew No. 96 per vote of Vestry for

70.

1741

March 30

CONTRA CR.

By Cash received in full

70.

1741

April 1

MRS.      FOOTT shopkeeper in Boston DR.

To Trinity Church for Pew No. 81 per vote of Vestry to Mrs. LeCrass

55.

1741

CONTRA CR.

By Indicott & Co. for Jos. Dowse order in favour of Jno. Indicott for

25.

By Cash Twenty pounds February 26 by Jno Indicott £10.0.0

30.

1741

April 10

June 16

1740

JOHN CROSBY of Boston Wigg Maker DR.

To Trinity Church for Pew Number 16 per vote of Vestry for

55.

1740

CONTRA CR.

By Tr. Church a Years salary as Clerk of the Church

26.

1741

April

By Ditto a years Sallary as Ditto to this Date is 55 weeks

27.

10

By Cash in full

1.

10

1742

April 19

MRS. ELIZABETH MONK of Boston Widow DR.

To a pew No. 17 per Vote of Vestry

55.

1743

January 10

CONTRA CR.

By Cash recd. in part fourty pounds

40.

1740/1

February 2d.

By Peter Kenwood

15.

1743

January 10

JOHN INDICOTT & WILLM. MORE Housewrights DR.

To a Note on Rufus Greene payable in Rum

50.

To Ditto on Anthoy. Cavaly in Ditto £50. To Ditto on Johnson Jackson for £30

80.

To Ditto on Jona. Simpson £50. To Ditto on Stepn. Apthorp £50 both Brazers

100.

To Ditto on Cord Cordis £30. To Ditto Benja. Greene 2/3 mony £25

55.

To Gerish & Barrell for Note on Will Taylor 2/3 mony

100.

To Peter Kenwood for notes on Anna Wroe £25. Ditto on Ditto on Mrs. Marshall £25 2/3 mony

50.

To Philip Benest for Ditto on Na. Vial 1/2 mony for £20.16/ Ditto for Ditto on Jno. Tyng Cash £20

40.

16.

To Fanuiel & Boutineau for Notes on Caleb Lyman £60. on Wroe 2/3 mony for

100.

To Lambert & Johonnott Ditto on Mrs. Marshall for 2/3 mony

50.

To Thos. Aston for a Note on said Thos. Aston for Cash £30

30.

To Thos. Greene for Note on Caleb Lyman Esq. for 2/3 mony

25.

To Trinity Church for Thos. Perkins Note on Jas. Hawden in goods

20.

To Na. Shower Note on Eben. Storer in favour of Jas. Gardner for fourty pounds half mony & half

0.

To Thos. Wharton for Note on him for fourty pounds

40.

To Thos. Hake for Char. Apthorp Note in favour of Thos. Hake (by him indorsed) on Charles Coffin for 2/3 mony for Seventeen pounds ten shillin

17.

10

To Tr. Church 2307 feet of Merchandable Lumber sold them at £6 per

13.

16.

9

To Cash to Will. More Twenty pounds

20.

To Cash to Ditto Wm. More Ten pounds

10.

To Capt. Lewis Turner per order Twenty pounds to Wm. More Cash

20.

To Cash pd. Mr. Wm. More Fourteen pounds

14.

To Jos. Dowse for a barrell of Rum to J. Indicott 32 gallons @ 11/ and 12/

18.

4

To Cap. Peter Kenwoods for Note on Nicholas Davise 2/3 Cash

20.

 

To Wilfret Fisher per order on him for to be esteemd as 2/3 Cash

37.

10

To Jos. Dowse for a hogshead of Rum, 108 gall. @ 10/3 per order on Th. Child

55.

6

To Jas. Clark for Peter Fanueil Note on Mary Marshall 2/3 mony

36.

 

To Adam Mcniel for Jno. Ervine note on Saml. Allen 2/3 mony

20.

 

To Th. Hake for a Note on Greg Hobbs, 8:15/ To Johnn. Jackson for note 3:2/6

   

To Ditto Mrs. Foot

a Note £10:0:0

21.

17.

6

To James Morris for a Note on John Winslow 2/3 money for

23.

5

 

To Cash pd. for 2 p” timber for pillars 35/ November 2 To Cash £10

11.

15

 

To Cash £3, to 100 ft. Boards 13/

3.

13

 

To Thos. Greene per order £35.0.0

35.

   
 

1118.

13.

3

1740

October 17

November 11

1741

July 10

August 27

Septemeber

16

24

October 16

November 10

December 4

23

January 5

9

11

Ditto

23

28

February 26

1742

September 20

December

April 20

CONTRA CR.

By Antho. Cavely part of the Note on him not paid

28.

3

By Trinity Church for Building Gallery casing & flutteing the Pillars &c. per Contract made October 17 1740 for

970.

By Ditto for Additonall Bill for Extra Work allowed per consent of the Vestry . . . see Vestry Book Folio. 32 £87.0.0

87.

By Trinity Church for their account for fence & post

33.

14.

4

 

£1118.

17.

4

[MISCELLANEOUS ACCOUNTS AND STATEMENTS]

The Cost of the Building of Trinity Church

To sundrys in follo.

4

£3898.

7.

9

       

Ditto      follo.

16

997.

12.

3

In the

     

Ditto

17

816.

3.

3

Comitte’s

5712.

3.

3

         

Account

     

In J. Dowse Account for pulpit vestry room

428.

2.

11

for Building the Gallery

     

viz. Jno. Indicott & Will Moore their Bill whole Work & Stuff per agreement

1057.

0.

0

     

Will Coffin 31m lath Nails

17.

12.

6

     

Will Hunstable plaistering 430 yds @ 1/9 hair & nails 8:11/

46.

3.

6

     

Thos. Fillebrown 150 bush. Lime & Lath

33.

15

       

Johnson Jackson 50 bush lime @ 2/9

6.

17.

6

     

Cash for Carting £4.15.6 lath & Timber 9:4/6

14.

0.

0

     

Willm. Price cutting freeze for Organ loft

6.

         

Willm. Burbank Carving Capators

152.

0.

0

     
       

1333.

8.

 

Henry Stanbridge double priming the wholle church

     

394.

6.

2

Will Hunstable white washing

£29

         

John Brackett chimney & peers

19.

10

       

Thos. Stevens building Governor pew

18.

15

       

Will Burbank carving two corner capators & backs to the others

22.

         

Thos. Stevens work preparing for Organ

     

89.

5.

 

Rails round top of the Church & Iron

     

41.

16.

1

To Cost & charge of the Organ £350 Sterling and £252 New England money & £14 Sterling more Exchange bought at several times cost

     

2322.

   
       

10431.

   

The Exchange upon a Medium was at 400 per hundred makes the Cost £2087. Sterling

To pay this

88 pews Bellow

30 in Gallary

Organ by Donation

except 119£ charged Old Tenor

1753 painting outside £233.14

1756 Ditto inside & altar 1003.5

1759 a Bell 76.10/.

Cost of the Pulpit and Vestry Room    

To Indicott & More

£269.

15

Lumber Carving Moulding

19.

18

Hubard Carving Capators & Mitre &

15.

10

Bisson the Smith & Iron

45.

17

Messenger

11.

05

Sundry Expences

7.

17

 

£370.

12

besides painting & Guilding &c.

A List of Benefactors to Trinity Church which by order of the Vestry of said Church is apply’d towards building a pulpit & Vestry Room that is those in this page (Memorandum this doth not Includge Donnations given before the yeare 1739 such are Entred in the Church Account).

1739 and

1740

Benefactors

Collected by Cap. Peter Kenwood in England

  Sterling  

from the Lord Bishop of Exon

£2.

2

 

the Dean & Chapter of Ditto

5.

5

 

the Revd. Arch Deacon Kendall

1.

1

 

the Revd. Mr. Richd. Gay

1.

1

 

the Revd. Docr. Kendrick

 

.13.6

 

Jona Rashleigh Esq.

5.

5

 

Mr. Ethold Davy

2.

2

 

Mr. Rachell Hawkins

4.

4

 

Mr. Christr. Weber

.

5

 

Mr. Willm. Walker

1.

1

 
 

£22.

19.6)

 

Capt. P. Kenwood payd to the Church Wardens

 

)

     

440 per Exchange.

100.

14.3)

123.

13.

9

besides a piece of Lace given by a Gentelwooman abt. 3¼ yd.

         

Collected in Boston

         

from Messrs. Johnson Jackson

 

£9.

     

Jonth. Simpson

 

7.

     

Thos. Aston

 

5.

     

Robt. Skinner

 

20.

     

Peter Faneuil Esq.

 

20.

     

Jona. Furnass

 

5.

     
   

£66.

     

John Box

 

5.

     

Thos. Boucher

 

5.

     

Fras. Johonnott

 

5.

     

Stepn. Apthorp

 

6.

     

Thos. Plaisted

 

5.

     

Step. Ayrault of Rhode Island

 

3.

     

Robt. Lighfoot

 

5.

     
   

29.

95.

   

from Majr. Jno. Murray of Antegua per the hands of Mr. Jno. Jones 2 Tons[?] Sugar Net

   

47.

1.

5

     

£265.

15.

2

Benefactions continued to the Next Page

A List of Benefactors Continued from preeceding page. The Amount there Carried into Cash Account folio: 21: and the Church Account folio: 17

£265.

15.

2d.

£265.

15.

2d

By Thos. Perkins for a Note on Jas. Handen payable in goods. It[?] is paid the workmen towards the Gallerys Twenty pounds

£20.

         

By Six Guneas collected by Mr. Weber of Exon and peracct Mr. Hines[?] amongst the people of Exon & Cornwall by order of the Rev. Mr. Richard Gay of Exceter. Cap. Peter Kenwood payd the same here @ 450 per Exchange

4

£34.

13

       

By John Box’s Benefaction received by the hands of Wm. Coffin

£5.

00

       

By Capt. Mathews for a perceill of Lumber given last year which is now sold to Mr. Indicott for £13 deducting costs and /20

12.

0.

0

     

Carried into this Book follo. 21 and 165

     

£71.

13

 

1740

1741

August 27

October 9

Capt. John Cutler of this Town presented the Church with a large Handsome Silver Basson weight neare 34 ounces Value about £60., & by order of the Wardens his arms & name is engraved on the same.

December 1

Collected from Sundry persons to the amount of £108 being towards paying the Charges of Plate, furniture, Books &c. procured from his Majesty King George the 2d by his Excclsncy Gov. Shirley & presented this Church as perticularly recorded in Vestry Book page 33 & allso folio. 69 this Book.

By Benja. Walker his Debt due from the Church £25.0.0

Subscribers for the Organ in Trinity Church payd to Joseph Dowse one of the Wardens. Subscription began to be taken Mar. 1 1741. The Organ arived Nov. 1744.

  old Tenor    

Peter Faneuil Esq

£100.

0.

0

Henry Frankland Esq.

50

   

John Vassall Esq.

100

   

Messrs. James Bouteneau

50

   

Jon Jones

50

   

Thomas Perkins

50

   

Peter Boynton of Philadelpha

60

   

Isaac Royall

50

   

Jonth. Simpson

50

   

Thomas Greene

50

   

Rufus Greene

50

   

Thomas Palmer

50

   

William Coffin

50

   

Guillam Phillips

60

   

Benja. Faneuil

50

   

John Craister

30

   

Nath. Bethune

20

   

Step. Apthorp

20

   

Antho. Davise

20

   

Thomas Aston

20

   

John Rowe

20

   

John Gould

20

   

Henry Laughton

25

   

John Arbuthnott

25

   

Will Price

30

   

Benja. Pollard

20

   

Johnson Jackson

15

   

Ralph Inman

20

   

Jonth. Furnass

20

   

Benja. Greene

25

   

Philip Bennest

25

   

Nath. Dowse

20

   

Cord Cordis

20

   

Peter de Jersey

20

   

Lewis Turner

20

   

John Ranchone

20

   

James Perkins

30

   

Henry Vassall

25

   

John Hamock

20

   

Thomas James Gruchy

20

   

John Merrett

20

   

Rob. Skinner

15

   

Henry Laughton Jr.

10

   

Joshua Richardson

10

   

Thomas Wharton

10

   

Jabez Hatch

10

   

David Evans

10

   

William Patten

15

   

Thomas Speakman

10

   

Cash

5

   

Mrs. Roe & Mrs. Marshall

10

   

John Powell

10

   

James Clark

10

   

Edw. Tyng

10

   

George Skinner

10

   

Capt. John Jones (the elder)

10

   

Henry Dorrell

10

   

Stephen Hall

5

   

Edward Quincy Jr.

5

   

Charles Paxton

10

   

Cap. Cowley

5

   

John Smith

5

   

Thomas Plaisted

5

   

The Reverend Mr. Addison Davenport

84

   

Carried

To pay in London to the

     

Organ builder

14£ sterling

1729

   

Subscription for the Organ

 

Brought from other side

£1729

Collected at the first oppening

 

of the Organ by Contribution

130

of John Burroughs

10

of Eben Holmes

10

of James Griffin

30

in account: Will Speakman

50

 

1959

 

50

 

20

William Bowdoin

50

Tho. Child

20

 

2029

Copy of Directions sent with the Organ for this Church which arrived from London in Ship Swan, Thomas Dudding Master November 1 1744 procured by John Thomlinson Esq. which cost to the Organ maker £300, charges Entry & searchers fees 18/6, cartage, wharfage, port[ers?] & water[?] 2: 12/6, prim[?] Bill Lading 1: 10/7, Insurance 350 @ 15 gns. per C. to retturn 7 g. if go with Convoy £57:2/, the whole £362:3 7.

Directions for Boston Organ

Let the 1st Case be Sett up and Scribed to the Gallery floor then lay the Rails or Barrs for the Sound boards then lay the sound Boards on the Barrs, then the Wind Chest & wind pipes & Bellows then the Roller Boards and keys & baskwells or Movement from the Keys, then the Ribs from the Keys to the Roller Boards and from the Roller Boards to the Sound Board. Then the Rollers and draw stops in as marked and your Bellows poles with the weight of each Bellows to be laid on at the End. Must be 44 pound weight. Fix your Long Irons for the Draw stops. Put your swelling Case on the Chair Organ Sound Boards with its movements for the Slider and foot. Put the Conduits in for the front pipes & the Stop Diapas: pipes at the End of the Case. In case of a Cyphering (which is Easily done if a key speaks with out touching, then open or inset the Foreboard and take a goose feather and brush the pallet & all will be right. Then put the front pipes in begining at No. 1 the Great Organ is Marked as you stand at the Keys from your left hand the Chair or Choir Organ Reverst. Lay a Board for the floor between the two Sound Boards to walk on and Nail two or three Bredths of thin stuff against the Stile of the Middle Fouer behind the 5 Great pipes at your feet to prevent the movement of the swelling being seen. The Stop Diapasons Bass will prety Neare Guide you for the Tuning the stopers not being moved the Reed stops as the Two Trumpett are tuned by the Spring or Brass wyer which you must move but Slowly least they Slip off the Tongue. The mettle common pipes are Tuned from the Top closeing makes them flatter & opening makes them sharper. The Trible stop Diapason are tuned by the Ears that stand by the Mouth of the pipes the first pipes you put in is the Trible open Diapasons, then the Principall, then the Stop Diapasons then the 12th then the 15 th, then the Sisqualtera & Cornett then the Trumpett.

Contents of 34 Boxes cont said Organ

In No. 1 is Great Organ Sound Board some Stools &c. No. 2 is Chair Organ sound Board stools with posts in them & 2 Gilt Vrass [?], No. 3 is Front pipes. No. 4 & 5 is the same. No. 6 is the Mutes or uper flatts. No. 7 is the 2 sett of keys. No. 8 is the Baskwells for Choir Organ. No. 9 is the flute Stop & Echo Open Diapason Echo Principle & Echo Trumpett & Trible stop Diapason for Choir Organ. No. 10 is the Baskwells for the Great Organ. No. 11 is the Bass of the Choir Organ & some of the S:D Great Organ Mach. No. 12 is the Roller Boards. No. 13 is the flatts belonging to the Case. No. 14

No. 14 is Draw Stops, Handles, Turnills, peices of the Swell, the End and Midle Towers 2 Rails & Irons for Bellows.

No. 15 is Trumpett Bass and Ribbs of Choir Organ & Great Organ.

No. 16 is the rest of Trumpett & the Boxes or feet of the Bass.

No. 17 is the 12th 15th & Trible Stop Diapason for the Great Organ & the Treble open Diap. for the Great Organ. No. 18 is the Principle for Great Organ & one open Mettle pipe bellonging to great Organ. No. 19 is Sisqualtera & Cornett in papers Numbered No. 20 is 9 Stop Diap. pipes & the bigest wood pipe bellonging to open diaps. in wood & some Conduits at one End and the keys of the locks and some Screws bellonging to the prospect and some ports marked bellonging to Great Organ. Sound Board some draw stops part of swelling Movements marked. No. 21 is the Wind Chest. No. 22 & 23 is the Bellows with 44 pound weights on Each. The height of under Case is 7 feet 7 Inch, width 10 feet 2 in. Depth 6 ft. 9½. No. 24 is one of the Tops of the End Towers in which is the Wind pipe peices bellonging to the Case as Marked. Some of the Covering of the Top of the Case and the Carved Gussetts for the 3 Towers. No. 25 is the Middle Tower in it is some of the long Irons and several of the Shelves the Pedall for the Swell for the foot. 2 peices for the covring of the Top of the Case the Doors & prospect. No. 26 is some long Irons some Conduits. No. 27 is one of the End Towers. No. 28 is the Freise Cornice. No. 29 part of the Panelling. No. 30 is Swell Case. No. 31 Bottom part under the keys. No. 32 is part of the sides of the Case. No. 33 part of the Case. No. 34 part of ditto.

To the Church Wardens &c. Gentelmen.

This Organ has been tryd by Mr. Hendall our great Master & Mr. Robinson Organist of St. Magnus & of St. Lawrence & of Wessminster Abby & Mr. Kilwoy Organist of St. Martins & severall other Masters & it has been playd on by my Lord Brook. I made an Organ for his House for which he paid me £268 13/6 & Likewise by my Lord Gurnsey whome I am now making one for. They all allow & Say yours is as good an Instrument for what it contains as ever went out of England. I told none of less then £350 as Capt. Thomlinson said you could not go to more then 300£. I left the packing and packing cases to your selves being what Im allways payd for Expense of which is out of Pockett £14. Im sure I have exerted my Self & if it is but put up right shall be fully pleased with the pains I have taken & make no Scruple in being employ’d in any future work you may have occassion for. I have more Money for an Organ Im just now sending away for a Church at St. Micheals Mount Cornwall the gift of Sir Jno. St. Aubin which Organ has but one row of keys. I have sent by the Captain a Tunning Brass & some heeld[?] Wyor. I’m Gentelmen

Your Most Humble Servant

Abr: Jordan

Organ Builder

London Bridge Rowe

July 3 1744

An Account of Expences of plate &c. from several Offices by Warrant from his Grace the Duke of Graf ton Lord High Chamberlain of his Majesty Household being his Majesty Bounty to his Excelency Will Shirley Esq. Governor of Massachusetts Bay New England June 1742. Shiped aboard the Britania Jera. Jones Master.

Coach hire to the Dukes & Lord Chamberlain Office 5/2/2/2/

 

11:

 

paid at Lord Chamberlin Office £13:4/6. Porter & Woman housekeeper 5/

13:

9.

6

paid for Warrant at the Treasury for plate 42/ at Do. furniture 42/

4:

4

 

paid at the great Wardrobe 36/6 porterage 2/

1:

18:

6

paid at Jewell Office 4:4/ Servant 5/ porterage 3/

4:

12

 

Paid Howard frame Maker 42/ porterage 5/ Kent the painter 21/

     

Cartage 3/ porterage to Burlington House 2/6

3:

13:

6

London June 10 1742 signed Sterling

£28:

8:

6

Christo. Kelby

     

Deduct 5:1/6d. being the proportion for the Kings picture

5:

1:

6

Remains for the Churchs proportion for plate & furniture

£23:

7:

 

The said furniture & plate contains as follows

     

palte

2 flagons

       
 

a Chalice

       
   

all of white Silver weighing 181:18:

     
 

a receiver

       
 

a paten

       

funiture

a pulpit Cushon 2 Ditto for reading Desk

Of Crimson Damask

     
 

a large Royall Bible an Altar Cloath & a

     
 

Table Carpett

     

Books

A lage Royall

Bible

2 Royall Common Prayer Books

     

12 folio. Common prayer Books

     

Linnen

2 Surplices

2 Dyaper for Table Cloath & Napkins

     

The above was this day presented by his Excelency Will Shirley Esq. Governor of this Province to this Church. Boston August 20 1742. And Whereas His Excelency Covenanted at the Jewell office to retturn the plate if required the Wardens Entred into the following Covenant with his Excelency. Boston August 20 1742. Whereas we have this Day received of his Excelency Will Shirley Esq. Governor of his Majesty Province of the Massachusetts Bay in New England One hundred Eighty & One Ounces Eighteen peny weight of White plate for the use of Trinity Church in Boston being two flaggons one Chalice a Patent a Cup & a receiver which were delivered to his Excelency W. Shirly by the Right Honorable William Lord Abergaveny Master & Treasurer of his Majesty. Jewells & plate and which his said Excelency hath Covenanted to retturn the same to the said Lord Abergaveny or his Assignes when he or they shall require the same Now we the Subscribers for our selves our Heirs Executors & Administrators in the Office of Wardens of Trinity Church aforesaid promise & Covenant to and with the said Will Shirley his Heirs Executor & Administrator to deliver the plate aforesaid to said Excelency his Heirs Executor or Administrator on their Order when the same shall be required of him or them as is before mentioned.

Joseph Dowse Seal

Peter Kenwood Seal

Wittness to J. Dowse signing Sealing

&

Elizabeth Willmott to Both

Addington Davenport to J. D.

William Shirley Jr. to P. K.

Whereas His Excelency Governor Sherly has been pleased to write for a Sett of Plate & furniture for a Church (His Majestys usual Bounty to his Governours at their receiving their Commission) Which Grant he has been pleased to say he designes for the use of Trinity Church and as ther will be a Duty on the Plate & some Charges at the several Offices where this afair must pass thro We the Subscribers for that End cheerfuly pay to the Wardens of said Trinity Church the following Sums.

Boston October 8 1741.

pd. Joseph Dowse five pound

£5:

0:

0

pd. Peter Kenwood five pound

5

   

pd. William Speakman five pound

5

   

pd. William Coffin five pound

5

   

pd. Benja. Fanueil five pound

5

   

pd. George Whitlock five pound

5

   

pd. James Bouteneau five pound

5

   

pd. Thomas Perkins five pound

5

   

pd. Thomas Child five pound

5

   

pd. Capt. Hamilton & Mr. Inman

5

   

pd. Antho. Davise five pound

5

   

pd. Mrs. Mary Marshall Three pound

3

   

pd. Mrs. Ann Wroe five pound

5

   

pd. Mrs. Mary Ann Fanueil Three pound

3

   

pd. Benja. Greene Three pound

3

   

pd. Philip Bennett Three pound

3

   

pd. Thomas Aston Three pound

3

   

pd. Peter De Jersey Three pound

3

   

pd. Jonth. Finnass Two pound

2

   

pd. Jabez Hatch Two pound

2

   

pd. Thomas Green five pound

5

   

pd. Rufus Green five pound

5

   

Will Price 10/ sterling

2:

15

 

a Gentelman in London

2:

15

 

Jonth. Simpson 31/6 Sterling

8:

13

 

Cash

108:

3

 

Received Mr. W. Hooper

1763

1760 To 17

£306

4 years Arrers

1762 To Cash & paid Hatch

280

@ 260£

£1040

586

 

1 yr to 1764

260

454

     

1040

     
   

1764

 

1763

 

By 32 weeks

 

Nov. Cash

£300

since Easter @

 
   

5

160

1764 Nov. Ditto

396

Old Tenor

1460

 

696

   
 

1282

   

December 2d.

     

To Cash for Ballance to this day

178

   
 

1460

   

December 2d 1764. Received of Jos. Dowse One Hundred Seventy Eight pound old Tenor being the whole of my Salary due from Trinity Church to this day.

William Hooper

Dr.   The Reverend Mr. Hooper Account Cr.

To Cash paid his Order to

since Easter 1751   52

Mr. Jabz. Hatch

160:

0.

0

week @ 24/ Old Tenor per

     
       

week as always send 20£ Old Tenor each week

     

1754 August To Cash

100:

0:

0

 

£6

8

 
       

By Ditto yeare past

62:

8

 

1755 September   To Cash

20:

   

By Ditto   Ditto

62:

8

 
 

280:

0:

0

By Ditto   Ditto

62:

8

 
       

By Ditto   Ditto

62:

8

 

1756 Easter Ball   due

52:

0:

0

 

312

   

Lawful is £6:18:8d

£332

           
       

By one weeks Omision in 1753 when was a Collection

20

   
         

332.

   

1757 April 13th   To Cash to Mr.

     

By above Ballance

£52:

0

0

Hooper in full

114:

8

         
       

By One Yeare

     
       

to Easter 1757

62:

8

 
         

£114:

8:

 

April 13 1757 received above Ballance to this day.

     

William Hooper

     

To 2 years weekly Cash sent at 20£ Old

1759.

Tenor per week is from April 11 1757 to

By two years salary

April 15 1759.   10   week

 

£2100:0:0

 
 

Old Tenor per

Due Mr. Hooper to Easter

annum

£2200:0:0

1759 inclusive Old tenor

One week more being

121:4

since April 11,

£2221:4:

1757

21:4

   

2221:4

Boston April 19 1759

Received the above Ballance due me from

Trinity Church to this time of Joseph

Dowse Warden

William Hooper

Estamett of Bells from Glocester

The largest size Tenor 2000. The other in proportion

     

8 Bells alltogather 76:

8512 @ 14d

£496.

10.

8

matterals as per letters

45.

   
 

541:

10.

8

The 2 Peals of 8 Bells Tenor 1568. & the others in

     

proportion togather 66.   is 7392   14

£432:

8 Bells

 

matterals

45.

   
 

477

   

The 3d Peal 6 Bells Tenor 2000      the whole will

     

weig 69      with matterals

488.

   

The other Size Tenor 15      whole peal will weig 52

     

5824 with matterals £30: is

£370

   

Founder to come over to hang the Bells

£60

   

Cost of a Bell of 4:2:27 is 531 @ 14d

£30:

19.

6

     

2:13:

           

matterals

£3.

17:

       
 

34:

16:

       

Dr.   The Proprietors of Trinity Church in a/c current with George Brinley & Joseph Head   Wardens

To Cash pd. Revd.

Dr. Gardiner for balance due at Easter

167.

44

on Exchange Foreign money

1

   

“   ditto      ditto

 

1.

68

2.

68

“ Cash pd

Otis Briggs repairs of Church & Lumber

27.

21

 

Benja. Clark repairing Organ Loft

4.

 

“ “ “

Thos. Barrys bill 6 cords of Wood

24.

 

“ “ “

T. Southworth Sawing Wood & mending Glass

5.

92

“ “ “

Ditto fixing Stoves 3 Casks Lime & Glass

16.

 

“ “ “

Ditto pointing Windows, Bark & Coal

17.

25

“ “ “

Levi Hawkes bill repairing Stoves &c.

26.

21

“ “ “

Premo. on Exchange Foreign money

2.

 

“ “ “

Thos. Southworth bill Spruce & clearing Vault

27.50

 

“ “ “

Revd. Dr. Gardiner’s salary

2000.

   

“ “ “

ditto on a/c of Grant

204.

94

   

“ “ “

Miss Brown Organist

200.

     

“ “ “

J. Sharp Clerk & Chorister

150.

     

“ “ “

T. Southworth Sexton

100.

     

“ “ “

Assistant Chorister

50.

     

“ “ “

Bellows Blower

15.

 

2719.

94

“ “ “

Exchange on Foreign money

   

4.

40

       

$3044.

55

           

Due Revd. Dr. Gardiner on a/c of Grant

$295.

06

1822

April 16

July 8

“ 22

September 9th

October 9

November 16

“ 28

1823

January 2d

“ 14

1823

31

Cr.   The Proprietors of Trinity Church in a/c current with George Brinley &Joseph Head Wardens

By Cash for Interment of Miss Milnor in Strangers Tomb

10.

 

“ “ of Mrs. Elwyn for Rent of Pew No. 60 beside Tax

12.

50

“ “ Recording 2 Deeds

2.

 

“ “ Taxes collected since Easter 1822

   

From 1819 to 1820

12.

50

   

1820 “ 1821

68.

70

   

1821 “ 1822

640.

10

   

1822 “ 1823

2298.

75

3020.

05

Taxes remaining due at Easter 1823 viz.

1816–1817

3.

55

   

1818

30.

25

   

1819

182.

32

   

1820

177.

60

   

1821

183.

85

   

1822

235.

70

   

1823

875.

75

$1689.

02

   

which sum $881.37 is merely nominal the Debtors being insolvent

   

Boston March 31st 1823

   

Errors Excepted

   

signed George Brinley

   

J. Head Jr

Wardens

   
   

$3044.

55

1823

January 14.