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Reference FB80
Covering dates 1558 - 1975
Held by Suffolk Record Office, Bury St Edmunds Branch
Extent 53 series
Source of acquisition Acc No. 7889
Creators Church of England, Stoke-by-Nayland Parish, Suffolk



GENERAL  FB80/A  [n.d.]

Parish books.  FB80/A1  [n.d.]

Parish book  FB80/A1/1  1670-1697

Contents:
Containing:-
Appointments of parish officers (including searchers for cloth) 1670-74.
Summaries of accounts of parish officers.
Memoranda of various matters, e.g. contracts for maintenance of glass in church windows, and clock, details of rates levied for restoration of church, 1685-86, and of disputed elections, 1686-87.
Minutes of parish meetings.
Detailed accounts of parish officers.
Rating lists.

Parish book  FB80/A1/2  1698-1739

Contents:
Containing:-
Minutes of parish meetings.
Detailed accounts of parish officers.
1697/8-1739

Parish book  FB80/A1/3  1748-1793

Contents:
Containing:-
Rating lists.
Accounts and orders mainly concerned with poor relief.

Enclosure  FB80/A2  [n.d.]

Act for enclosing lands in the parishes of Stoke-by-Nayland, Nayland, Wiston otherwise Wissington, Assington and Polstead.  FB80/A2/1  1815

Contents:
2 May 1815

Parish bills and vouchers.  FB80/A3  [n.d.]

Packets containing parish bills and vouchers.  FB80/A3/1 - A3/29  Late 17th c.1893

War Memorial  FB80/A4  [n.d.]

[no title]  FB80/A4/1  1919-1920

Contents:
Envelope containing correspondence relating to the War Memorial.

Correspondence  FB80/A5  [n.d.]

Letter from Thomas Brawston concerning the parish accounts  FB80/A5/1  1705

[in poor condition, part missing]

Contents:
28 June 1705

Bundle containing correspondence concerning parish affairs, e.g. parish school, charities, etc.  FB80/A5/2  1889-1894

Transcripts  FB80/A6  [n.d.]

Book containing transcripts of few documents from the parish chest.  FB80/A6/1  1964

Parochial Church Council  FB80/A7  [n.d.]

Minutes  FB80/A7/1  1922-1941

Minutes  FB80/A7/2  1941-1963

Parish magazines  FB80/A8  [n.d.]

Volume  FB80/A8/1  1917 - 1923

Bundle  FB80/A8/2  1883 - 1886

Bundle  FB80/A8/3  1887 - 1896

Bundle  FB80/A8/4  1897 - 1906

Bundle  FB80/A8/5  1907 - 1911

Bundle  FB80/A8/6  1912 - 1916

Bundle  FB80/A8/7  1925 - 1933

Visitors' books  FB80/A9  [n.d.]

Visitors' book  FB80/A9/1  1927 - 1953

Visitors' book  FB80/A9/2  1953 - 1960

Visitors' book  FB80/A9/3  1960 - 1964

Visitors' book  FB80/A9/4  1964 - 1967

Visitors' book  FB80/A9/5  1967 - 1970

Visitors' book  FB80/A9/6  1970 - 1972

Visitors' book  FB80/A9/7  1972 - 1975

CLERGY  FB80/C  [n.d.]

Terriers.  FB80/C1  [n.d.]

Terriers.  FB80/C1/1  1794

Terrier.  FB80/C1/2  1801

Terrier.  FB80/C1/3  1806

Terrier.  FB80/C1/4  1813

Terrier.  FB80/C1/5  1820

Terrier.  FB80/C1/6  1827

Terrier.  FB80/C1/7  1834

Terrier.  FB80/C1/8  1858

Terrier.  FB80/C1/9  1865

Terrier.  FB80/C1/10  1869

Terrier.  FB80/C1/11  1893

Terrier and inventory.  FB80/C1/12  1913

Churchyard  FB80/C2  [n.d.]

Copy of conveyance of a piece of ground  FB80/C2/1  1922

Contents:
For addition to churchyard by Sir Joshua Thellusson Rowley, Bart., to the Diocese of St. Edmundsbury and Ipswich.
31 August 1922

Envelope  FB80/C2/2  1929

Three documents

Contents:
Containing declaration of Trust for the administration of a fund for the maintenance of the churchyard, which has been donated by Edward Henry Liveing, of Brookfield House, Longstanton, Cambridgeshire.
27 November 1929

Benefice papers.  FB80/C3  [n.d.]

Copy of London Gazette. 13 January 1863  FB80/C3/1  1863

Copy of an Order in Council  FB80/C3/2  1964

Contents:
Concerning the Union of the benefices of Stoke-by-Nayland and Leavenheath.
3 April 1964

Tithes.  FB80/C4  [n.d.]

Copy of a circular letter from the Poor Law Board concerning the rating of the tithe rentcharge. 4 September 1858  FB80/C4/1  1858

Altered apportionment of rentcharge in lieu of tithes on certain lands in the parish. 18 May 1859  FB80/C4/2  1859

Altered apportionment of the rentcharges in lieu of tithes on certain lands in the parish. 3 November 1881  FB80/C4/3  1881

Altered apportionment of tithe rentcharge on a certain land in the parish of Stoke-by-Nayland. 7 May 1900  FB80/C4/4  1900

Altered apportionment of tithe rentcharge on certain lands in the parish of Stoke-by-Nayland. 20 April 1926  FB80/C4/5  1926

Stipendiary Curates' Licences.  FB80/C5  [n.d.]

Copy of the Stipendiary curates licence granted to the Rev. Wilmot Guy Bryan, clerk, M.A.  FB80/C5/1  1860

Contents:
To perform the office of Stipendiary Curate in the Church of Leavenheath in the parish of Stoke-by-Nayland, at a yearly stipend of the amount derived from the interest of £1613 in 3½ per cent reduced stock.
31 March 1860

Copy of the stipendiary curates licence  FB80/C5/2  1877

Contents:
Granted to the Rev. George Hodges, clerk, B.A., to perform the office of Assistant Stipendiary Curate, at a yearly stipend of £172.
9 November 1877

Copy of the stipendiary curates licence  FB80/C5/3  1870

Contents:
Granted to the Rev. James Wilson Davy Brown, clerk, B.A., to perform the office of Assistant Stipendiary Curate, at a yearly stipend of £100.
23 December 1870

Copy of the stipendiary curates licence  FB80/C5/4  1909

Contents:
Granted to the Rev. Herbert John Kingsley Richard, clerk, B.A., to perform the office of Assistant Stipendiary Curate at a yearly stipend of £150.
18 December 1909

Stipendiary curates licence: Rev. William Stanley Betts, at a yearly stipend of one shilling.  FB80/C5/5  1923

Contents:
The curate to reside at Mill House, Wiston.
23 December 1923

Rev. George Hodges.  FB80/C6  [n.d.]

Bundle containing papers concerning the presentation of testimonial to the Rev. George Hodges.  FB80/C6/1  1888

Parsonage House.  FB80/C7  [n.d.]

Counterpart of a mortgage indenture.  FB80/C7/1  1931

Contents:
1. Rev. P.C. Scott.
2. The Governors of Queen Anne's Bounty.
(1) to (2), all the glebe lands, tithes, rents, salaries, stipends, etc. to secure £39 and interest for making improvements to the parsonage house.
1 September 1931

Communicants.  FB80/C8  [n.d.]

Communicants' roll book.  FB80/C8/1  1908-1914

Communicants' roll book.  FB80/C8/2  1914-1920

Communicants' roll book.  FB80/C8/3  1920-1923

Service Registers.  FB80/C9  [n.d.]

Register of services.  FB80/C9/1  1909-1922

Register of services.  FB80/C9/2  1922-1928

Register of services.  FB80/C9/3  1928-1935

Register of services  FB80/C9/4  1936-1942

Register of services  FB80/C9/5  1942-1955

Register of services  FB80/C9/6  1955-1970

Societies.  FB80/C10  [n.d.]

Choir register  FB80/C10/1  1938-1951

REGISTRATION.  FB80/D  [n.d.]

Registers.  FB80/D1  [n.d.]

[no title]  FB80/D1/1  1558-1645

Contents:
Baptisms. 1558-1645
Marriages. 1558-1645
Burials. 1558-1645
"The testimonie of George Hedge, William Hixe and John Bolton concerning the tenement adioyninge to the halfe mone in Stoke next Nailand for the continuation of it to the use of the parish aforesaid". 1653

[no title]  FB80/D1/2  1653-1723

Contents:
Births and baptisms. 1653-1723
Marriages. 1653-1723
Burials. 1653-1723

[no title]  FB80/D1/3  1724-1762

Contents:
Baptisms. 1724-1762
Marriages. 1724-1754
Burials. 1724-1762

[no title]  FB80/D1/4  1763-1804

Contents:
Burials. 1763-1804
Baptisms. 1763-1804

[no title]  FB80/D1/5  1804-1812

Contents:
Baptisms. 1804-1812
Burials. 1804-1812

Baptisms.  FB80/D1/6  1813-1854

Baptisms.  FB80/D1/7  1853-1908

Banns and marriages.  FB80/D1/8  1754-1799

[no title]  FB80/D1/9  1800-1812

Contents:
Banns. 1800-1811
Marriages. 1800-1812

Marriages.  FB80/D1/10  1813-1837

Marriages.  FB80/D1/11  1837-1918

Marriages.  FB80/D1/12  1918-1941

Marriages.  FB80/D1/13  1942-1951

Burials.  FB80/D1/14  1813-1878

Marriages.  FB80/D1/15  1952-1964

Banns.  FB80/D1/16  1823-1844

Marriage licences.  FB80/D2  [n.d.]

Thomas Topsell, of Polstead and Mary Baker, of Stoke-by-Nayland. 6 August 1801  FB80/D2/1  1801

John Lambert, of Higham, husbandman, and Elizabeth Stowers, of Stoke-by-Nayland. 15 November 1802  FB80/D2/2  1802

Thomas Pung, of Newton, singleman, and Mary Wilson, of Stoke-by-Nayland. 25 July 1804  FB80/D2/3  1804

Samuel Benneworth, of Stoke-by-Nayland, and Elizabeth Clerk, of the same parish. 14 January 1805  FB80/D2/4  1805

William Skeet, of Nayland, and Mary Sargeant, of Stoke-by-Nayland. 1 October 1805  FB80/D2/5  1805

Henry Parson, batchelor, and Mary Ann Simson, spinster, both of Stoke-by-Nayland. 17 February 1807  FB80/D2/6  1807

Thomas Davis, jnr., of Gt. Wigborough, Co. Essex, farmer, and Mary Ann Mortimer, of Stoke-by-Nayland. 21 December 1807  FB80/D2/7  1807

Jonathan Woodgate, of Kersey, widower, and Sarah Emmany, of Stoke-by-Nayland. 19 July 1808  FB80/D2/8  1808

Isaac Pryke, widower, and Margaret Mortimer, widow, both of Stoke-by-Nayland. 25 November 1808  FB80/D2/9  1808

Daniel Potter, of Gt. Horkesley, Co. Essex, farmer, and Elizabeth Brunning, of Stoke-by-Nayland. 12 November 1809  FB80/D2/10  1809

William Peppercorn, of Boreham, Co. Essex, collar-maker, and Elisabeth Clarke, of Stoke-by-Nayland. 3 November 1810  FB80/D2/11  1810

Thomas Green, of Stoke-by-Nayland, baker, widower, and Anne Stow, of the same parish, spinster. 20 May 1811  FB80/D2/12  1811

Stephen Harris, of Higham, and Elizabeth Alloy, of Stoke-by-Nayland. 29 July 1811  FB80/D2/13  1811

John Parry, of Stoke-by-Nayland, carpenter, and Mary Sexbrook, of the same place, spinster. 15 January 1812  FB80/D2/14  1812

John Loder, of Stoke-by-Nayland, widower, and Elizabeth Dickenson, of the same parish, widow. 12 November 1812  FB80/D2/15  1812

Jeremiah Montague, of Polstead, and Maria Hayward, of Stoke-by-Nayland. 12 August 1814  FB80/D2/16  1814

James Simpson, of St. Giles, in Colchester, Co. Essex, widower, and Susanna Dyball, of Stoke-by-Nayland, widow. 6 February 1815  FB80/D2/17  1815

James Pryke, of Stoke-by-Nayland, wheelwright, widower, and Anne Benneworth, of the same place, widow. 29 March 1815  FB80/D2/18  1815

Ambrose Cuddon, of Bungay, cabinet maker, and Ann Suddon, of Stoke-by-Nayland. 3 April 1815  FB80/D2/19  1815

Marriage licence  FB80/D2/20  1884

Contents:
Issued by the Archbishop of Canterbury: George William Gates, of Chelsea, Co. Middlesex, and Elizabeth Warren, of Stoke-by-Nayland. 8 April 1884

Marriage licence  FB80/D2/21  1899

Contents:
Issued by the Archbishop of Canterbury: John Samuel De Beauvoir Yelloby, singleman, and Frances Mary Williams, widow, both of Stoke-by-Nayland. 8 July 1899

Bertie Deaves, and Harriet Elizabeth Tricker, both of Stoke-by-Nayland and single persons. 4 July 1905  FB80/D2/22  1905

William Ernest Clamp of Ipswich, and Elizabeth Walker, of Stoke-by-Nayland. 3 June 1907  FB80/D2/23  1907

John W. Henderson, of the parish of Jesmond, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Co. Northumberland, and Jane Isabella Pickering, of Stoke-by-Nayland. 28 September 1929  FB80/D2/24  1929

CHURCHWARDENS  FB80/E  [n.d.]

Accounts.  FB80/E1  [n.d.]

Account book.  FB80/E1/1  1781-1852

Receipts for the payment of £63 by Wm. Fowler, the elder, to the churchwardens of Stoke-by-Nayland  FB80/E1/2  October 1798 - July 1800

Four receipts

Contents:
For the treatment of Robert Bacon, of Nayland, who has received injuries by an assault committed by Wm. Fowler, son of the said Wm. Fowler.

Letter from Geo. Boyces, of Manningtree  FB80/E1/3  1811

Contents:
Concerning his bill for the sum of £10.1.6d, for attending Matt. Lewis of Gt. Bromley. (Part missing).
17 January 1811

Bill for the sum of £79.9.0d  FB80/E1/4  1881

Contents:
From W. Gardiner, of Hadleigh, plumber, glazier and sign painter to churchwardens, for carrying out work on the church.
Settled, 28 November 1881

Fabric  FB80/E2  [n.d.]

Agreement between Henry Pleasant, bell founder, of Sudbury, and churchwardens of Stoke-by-Nayland  FB80/E2/1  1699

Contents:
Concerning the repair and maintenance of church bells.
9 October 1699

Agreement between Thomas Gardiner, of Sudbury, bell-founder, and John Holland and Samuel Bigsby, churchwardens  FB80/E2/2  1725

Contents:
Concerning the repair of church bells.
26 October 1725

Certificate by churchwardens concerning the reservation of seats in the church. 29 May 1727  FB80/E2/3  1727

Envelope containing, correspondence, catalogue, drawings and accounts  FB80/E2/4  1887

Contents:
Relating to the purchase of a lectern for the parish church.

Estimate for restoring North West window of Stoke church.  FB80/E2/5  March 1888

Plan of the proposed hot water apparatus for Stoke-by-Nayland church  FB80/E2/6  1890

Contents:
Drawn by William J. Fox, hot water engineer, South Place, Finsbury, London.
6 May 1890

Estimate  FB80/E2/7  1891

Contents:
From William J. Fox, hot water engineer, of 12, South Place, Finsbury, London, E.C., for fixing hot water apparatus in the church.
23 May 1891

Envelope containing papers relating to the repair of church bells.  FB80/E2/8  1891

Envelope containing papers relating to the fixing of hot water apparatus in the parish church.  FB80/E2/9  1891

Report on the roof of the church by J.D. Atkinson, architect, St. Mary's Passage, Cambridge. 30 August 1902  FB80/E2/10  1902

An historical note on the church clock.  FB80/E2/11  February 1961

Faculties.  FB80/E3  [n.d.]

Faculty to erect a Lichgate opposite the West porch of the church. 2 October 1916  FB80/E3/1  1916

Faculty  FB80/E3/2  1924

Contents:
To place a painted window in the memory of the Hon. Louisa Helene, deceased, wife of Sir J. T. Rowley, Bart.
26 March 1924

Faculty to cut through the middle of the oak screen to form a gateway into the chapel. 8 April 1925  FB80/E3/3  1925

Faculty to carry out alterations in the church. 13 August 1930  FB80/E3/4  1930

Faculty  FB80/E3/5  1932

Contents:
To erect in the churchyard a monument in memory of Susan Henrietta Rowley, daughter of Sir Charles Robert Rowley, Bart.
8 January 1932

Faculty to instal electric light. 10 October 1934  FB80/E3/6  1934

Faculty to replace the existing deal table, with an altar in oak. 18 December 1935  FB80/E3/7  1935

Faculty to restore the church bells. 25 April 1956  FB80/E3/8  1956

Faculty to carry out internal and external works in the church. 5 November 1965  FB80/E3/9  1965

Insurance Policies.  FB80/E4  [n.d.]

Communion plate insurance policy  FB80/E4/1  1915

Contents:
Taken with the Essex and Suffolk Equitable Insurance Society Ltd., 56-62 New Road Street, London, E.C. Insured the vicar and churchwardens.
5 November 1915

Church fire insurance policy  FB80/E4/2  1930

Contents:
Taken with the Ecclesiastical Insurance Office, London, W.C.2. Insured, the parochial church council.
20 August 1930

Public liability insurance policy  FB80/E4/3  1935

Contents:
Taken with the Ecclesiastical insurance office, London, WC.2. Insured, the parochial church council.
12 June 1935

Sequestrations.  FB80/E5  [n.d.]

Sequestration of the Rev. F. G. Cliff, rural dean, and Messrs. H.L.D. Engleheart and J. R. Watson, churchwardens, to the vicarage and parish church  FB80/E5/1  1933

Contents:
Due to the resignation of the Rev. Perceval Caleb Scott.
3 October 1933

Church Library.  FB80/E6  [n.d.]

Envelope  FB80/E6/1  1917

Contents:
Containing catalogue of the church library books and two letters from Bernard Quaritch, dealer in ancient manuscripts, London, concerning valuation of books.

OVERSEERS  FB80/G  [n.d.]

Accounts.  FB80/G1  [n.d.]

Overseers' account book.  FB80/G1/1  1753-1776

Conditions of access: Very poor condition - not fit for production

Poor relief account book.  FB80/G1/2  1755-1764

Overseers account book.  FB80/G1/3  1776-1800

Book  FB80/G1/4  1819-1823

Contents:
Containing: Overseers accounts. 1819-1823
Weekly pension lists. 1819-1823

Overseers account book.  FB80/G1/5  1824-1825

Overseers account book.  FB80/G1/6  1826-1828

Overseers account book.  FB80/G1/7  1829-1830

Overseers account book.  FB80/G1/8  1830-1833

Overseers account book.  FB80/G1/9  1833-1835

Overseers account book.  FB80/G1/10  1836-1847

Removal Orders.  FB80/G2  [n.d.]

Quarter Sessions orders  FB80/G2/1  1697

Contents:
Setting aside the warrant of settlement of Sarah Holder, from Groton to Stoke-by-Nayland.
19 July 1697 (9 William III)

William Steadman, with his wife and children from Nayland to Stoke-by-Nayland. 9 December 1697  FB80/G2/2  1697

Quarter Sessions order  FB80/G2/3  1710

Contents:
Setting aside the removal order of Sarah Barber from Twinstead, Co. Essex to Stoke-by-Nayland.
7 April 1710

Fragment of a removal order.  FB80/G2/4  Early 18th cent

Fragment of the removal order of Jane (?).  FB80/G2/5  Early 18th cent

Robert Pratt, from Bromley Magna, Co. Essex to Stoke-by-Nayland. 23 February 1716  FB80/G2/6  1716

Quarter Sessions orders  FB80/G2/7  1724

Contents:
To uphold the appeal of Burstall parish officers against the removal of John Sexton and Susan, his wife from Stoke-by-Nayland to Burstall.
18 January 1724

John Holland, Lydia, his wife, and their children, from Stoke-by-Nayland to Boxted, Co. Essex.  FB80/G2/8  1726

Contents:
Part missing
15 August 1726

Sarah Kings, singlewoman, from Stoke-by-Nayland to Lavenham. 11 October 1726  FB80/G2/9  1726

William Carsons, from Stoke-by-Nayland to Stanway, Co. Essex. 5 June 1728  FB80/G2/10  1728

James Man, singleman, from East Donyland, Co. Essex, to Stoke-by-Nayland. 5 October 1728  FB80/G2/11  1728

Robert Sherman, Margaret, his wife, and Jaminy, their child, from Stoke-by-Nayland to Copdock. 14 March 1729  FB80/G2/12  1729

Jeremiah Grimwood, and his family, from Hadleigh to Stoke-by-Nayland. 25 November 1731  FB80/G2/13  1731

Edward Ruttley and Margaret, his wife, from Stoke-by-Nayland to Assington. 16 January 1734  FB80/G2/14  1734

John Smith, and Elizabeth, his wife, from Woodbridge to Stoke-by-Nayland. 18 November 1741  FB80/G2/15  1741

Fragile

John Death and Ann, his wife, from Polstead to Stoke-by-Nayland. 1 April 1742  FB80/G2/16  1742

In poor condition

John Hay, and Ann, his wife, and Ann, Mary, John and Hannah, their children, from Shelly to Stoke-by-Nayland. 17 March 1743/1744  FB80/G2/17  1744

George Hadlee, and Sarah, his wife, from Stoke-by-Nayland to Gravesend, Co. Kent. 30 May 1750  FB80/G2/18  1750

George Hadlee, from Stoke-by-Nayland to Gravesend, Co. Kent. 28 December 1752  FB80/G2/19  1752

Robert Bacon, the younger, and Rose, his wife, from Nayland to Stoke-by-Nayland. 25 October 1753  FB80/G2/20  1753

William Stow, from Polstead to Stoke-by-Nayland. 17 April 1755  FB80/G2/21  1755

Christiana Clarke, from Kersey to Stoke-by-Nayland. 22 May 1759  FB80/G2/22  1759

Sarah Smyth, singlewoman, and John, her son, aged six years, from Nayland to Stoke-by-Nayland. 8 January 1761  FB80/G2/23  1761

John Simpson, from Nayland to Stoke-by-Nayland. 12 January 1761  FB80/G2/24  1761

Abraham Mattock and Jane, his wife, from Stoke-by-Nayland to Groton. 19 June 1761  FB80/G2/25  1761

[no title]  FB80/G2/26a,b  1761

Two copies

Contents:
Nathaniel Abbott, from Stoke-by-Nayland to Wormingford, Co. Essex. 9 October 1761

Hannah Gosling, singlewoman, from Layham to Stoke-by-Nayland. 10 November 1761  FB80/G2/27  1761

Jane King and Mary, her bastard child, from Little Horksley, Co. Essex to Stoke-by-Nayland. 18 November 1761  FB80/G2/28  1761

Hannah Rudling, singlewoman, from Sudbury to Stoke-by-Nayland. 25 January 1763  FB80/G2/29  1763

(fragile).

Edmund Long, singleman, from Nedging to Stoke-by-Nayland. 28 October 1763  FB80/G2/30  1763

Richard Cobbin, and Elizabeth, his wife, and Richard, their son, an infant, from Stoke-by-Nayland to Boxford. 30 January 1764  FB80/G2/31  1764

William Firman, and Sarah, his wife, and James, aged five years, Sarah, aged four years, and John, aged two years, their children, from Stoke-by-Nayland to Groton. 27 December 1764  FB80/G2/32  (Part missing)

1764

Thomas Cook and Elizabeth, his wife, from Wooley, Co. Essex to Stoke-by-Nayland. 25 March 1766  FB80/G2/33  1766

Samuel King, and Elizabeth, his wife, from Boxford, to Stoke-by-Nayland. 15 December 1766  FB80/G2/34  1766

Thomas Kerrington, and Ann, his wife, from Nayland to Stoke-by-Nayland. 31 August 1767  FB80/G2/35  1767

Maria Davey, William Davey, and Mary Davey, children of Isaac Davey, lately deceased, from Bradwell Juxta Mare, Co. Essex to Stoke-by-Nayland. 11 May 1768  FB80/G2/36  1768

(Poor condition)

John Street, and Mary, his wife, and John, aged five years, William, aged three years, and Mary, aged two years, their children, from Stoke-by-Nayland to Wissington. 9 March 1769  FB80/G2/37  1769

Samuel Fayers, and Sarah, his wife, and Samuel, their son, aged twenty weeks, from Stoke-by-Nayland to Wissington. 9 March 1769  FB80/G2/38  1769

Samuel Fayers, and Sarah, his wife, and Samuel, their son, aged twenty weeks, from Stoke-by-Nayland to Fingrego, Co. Essex. 9 March 1769  FB80/G2/39  1769

Susan Simpson from Stoke-by-Nayland to Nayland. 7 July 1769  FB80/G2/40  1769

Michael Stolly, and Sarah, his wife, from Stoke-by-Nayland to Gt. Bealings. 26 July 1769  FB80/G2/41  1769

James Clarke, and Elizabeth, his wife, from Boxtead to Stoke-by-Nayland. 18 September 1769  FB80/G2/42  1769

Edward Sawyer and Hannah, his wife, from Holton to Stoke-by-Nayland. 10 November 1769  FB80/G2/43  1769

Thomas Webb and Elizabeth his wife, from Stoke-by-Nayland to Polstead. 11 February 1771  FB80/G2/44  1771

Barnaby Whasp and his wife and eight children from Stoke-by-Nayland to Flowton. 6 August 1771  FB80/G2/45  1771

John Gosnall and Mary, his wife, from the parish of Steeple, Co. Essex, to Stoke-by-Nayland. 13 September 1771  FB80/G2/46  1771

Rose Bugg, from Polstead to Stoke-by-Nayland. 22 October 1771  FB80/G2/47  1771

Andrew Commony, and Judith, his wife from Layham to Stoke-by-Nayland. 24 December 1771  FB80/G2/48  1771

Ann Harrison, singlewoman, from Stoke-by-Nayland to Shelley. 27 July 1772  FB80/G2/49  1772

Sarah Sarjeant, singlewoman, from Lt. Horksley to Stoke-by-Nayland. 4 August 1772  FB80/G2/50  1772

Elizabeth Griggs, singlewoman, from Boxford to Stoke-by-Nayland. 21 October 1772  FB80/G2/51  1772

Ann Rayner, singlewoman, from Hadleigh to Stoke-by-Nayland. 10 March 1773  FB80/G2/52  1773

Clement Stow, and Anne, his wife, from Polstead to Stoke-by-Nayland. 2 September 1773  FB80/G2/53  1773

Joseph Herne from Gt. Wakering, Co. Essex to Stoke-by-Nayland. 23 August 1774  FB80/G2/54  1774

Joseph Miller, and Susan, his wife, and Joseph, Maria and Susan, their children, from Stoke-by-Nayland to Cockfield. 20 October 1774  FB80/G2/55  1774

Samuel Colson, from Ipswich St. Peter to Stoke-by-Nayland. 8 November 1774  FB80/G2/56  1774

Elizabeth Gardiner, and Elizabeth and Hannah, her children, from Holton to Stoke-by-Nayland. 6 March 1775  FB80/G2/57  1775

Benjamin Mattock, and Ann, his wife, from Boxford, to Stoke-by-Nayland. 30 January 1776  FB80/G2/58  1776

Ann Hardy, singlewoman, from Boxford to Stoke-by-Nayland. 18 May 1776  FB80/G2/59  1776

Robert Gosling, and Mary, his wife, from Sudborne to Stoke-by-Nayland. 19 October 1776  FB80/G2/60  1776

Jane Groves, singlewoman, from Stoke-by-Nayland, to Groton. 17 January 1778  FB80/G2/61  1778

William Tospill, and Elizabeth, his wife, and Elizabeth, aged eight years, and Mary, aged two years, their daughters, from Wix, Co. Essex to Stoke-by-Nayland. 24 April 1778  FB80/G2/62  1778

Mary Wills, alias Wyles, singlewoman, from Stoke-by-Nayland to Langham, Co. Essex. 20 September 1778  FB80/G2/63  1778

Elizabeth Cooke, singlewoman, from Assington to Stoke-by-Nayland. 15 October 1778  FB80/G2/64  1778

Jonathan Lewis, labourer, from Wantisdon to Stoke-by-Nayland. 29 November 1780  FB80/G2/65  1780

John Byles and Elizabeth, his wife, from Semer to Stoke-by-Nayland. 15 (February?)1780  FB80/G2/66  1780

(In poor condition).

John Byles and Elizabeth, his wife, from Semer to Stoke-by-Nayland.  FB80/G2/67  (?1780)

Contents:
(Date missing. 1780?)

John Pinnegar, susan his wife, and Susan aged eight years, John aged six years, James aged four years, and Mary aged ten months, from Stoke-by-Nayland to St. Mary, in the Borough of Marlbrough, Wiltshire. 12 January 1781  FB80/G2/68  1781

James Foskue, from Stoke-by-Nayland to Tollesbury, Co. Essex. 12 January 1781  FB80/G2/69  1781

John Frost, and Hannah, his wife, and their two children, from Fordham, Co. Essex to Stoke-by-Nayland. 26 February 1781  FB80/G2/70  1781

Elizabeth Halls, from Stoke-by-Nayland to Bury St. Mary. 27 April 1781  FB80/G2/71  1781

Francis Stow, from Stoke-by-Nayland to Gt. Wenham. 8 June 1781  FB80/G2/72  1781

Edmund Harris and Elizabeth, his wife, from Stoke-by-Nayland to Shelley. 31 December 1781  FB80/G2/73  1781

Edmund Simpson, and Mary his wife, from Stoke-by-Nayland to Gt. Cornard. 12 September 1782  FB80/G2/74  1782

Susan Instant, from Stoke-by-Nayland to West Bergholt, Co. Essex. 25 September 1(7)83  FB80/G2/75  1(7)83

James Ealy, singleman, from Stratford St. Mary to Stoke-by-Nayland. 9 January 1784  FB80/G2/76  1784

James Baken, and James his son, aged two years, from Great Holland, Co. Essex to Stoke-by-Nayland. 2 March 1784  FB80/G2/77  1784

David Hanking, from Stoke-by-Nayland to the Borough of Harwich. 27 January 1785  FB80/G2/78  1785

John List and Elizabeth, his wife, from Stoke-by-Nayland to Ufford. 29 April 1785  FB80/G2/79  1785

Dorcas Hunt, from Gt. Finborough, to Stoke-by-Nayland. 28 May 1785  FB80/G2/80  1785

John Neal alisa Hyham, from Assington to Stoke-by-Nayland. 17 June 1785  FB80/G2/81  1785

John Parsons, and Sarah, his wife, from Langham, Co. Essex to Stoke-by-Nayland. 31 October 1785  FB80/G2/82  1785

Martha Bacon and Henry, her son, from Nayland to Stoke-by-Nayland. 18 January 1786  FB80/G2/83  1786

Sarah Cooper, from Stoke-by-Nayland to Little Cressingham, Co. Norfolk. 1 February 1786  FB80/G2/84  1786

Edmund Simpson, from Stoke-by-Nayland to Gt. Cornard. 1 February 1786  FB80/G2/85  1786

Hannah Brett, from Stoke-by-Nayland to Lexden, Co. Essex. 28 April 1786  FB80/G2/86  1786

James Lott and Susan, his wife, from Stoke-by-Nayland to Gt. Horksley, Co. Essex. 13 July 1787  FB80/G2/87  1787

Sarah Parsons, wife of Joseph Parsons, from Stoke-by-Nayland to Wormingford. 5 October 1787  FB80/G2/88  1787

James Towns and Christiana, his wife, from Stoke-by-Nayland to Shelley. 8 November 1787  FB80/G2/89  1787

Sarah Ward, widow, from the parish of Lexden in the Borough of Colchester, to Stoke-by-Nayland. 21 November 1787  FB80/G2/90  1787

William Baker, singleman, from Stoke-by-Nayland to Lexdon, Co. Essex. 13 December 1787  FB80/G2/91  1787

Benjamin Bull, and Jane, his wife, and Benjamin, aged six years, James aged two years, and Joseph aged four weeks, their children, from Ipswich St. Peter to Stoke-by-Nayland. 24 September 1788  FB80/G2/92  1788

Emily Abia Fisher Cook, the wife of Joshua Cook, from St. Peter, Colchester to Stoke-by-Nayland. 18 April 1789  FB80/G2/93  1789

Mary Holms, singlewoman, from Stoke-by-Nayland to Castle Hedingham, Co. Essex. 6 August 1789  FB80/G2/94a,b  1789

Two copies

Mary Stollery, spinster, from Hasketon to Stoke-by-Nayland. 23 December 1789  FB80/G2/95  1789

Ann Sage, singlewoman, from Stoke-by-Nayland to Ardleigh, Co. Essex. 16 September 1791  FB80/G2/96  1791

Sarah Jacobs, singlewoman, from Hadleigh to Stoke-by-Nayland. 29 August 1793  FB80/G2/97  1793

Daniel Foots and Sarah, his wife, from Stoke-by-Nayland to Wheelly, Co. Essex. 10 October 1793  FB80/G2/98  1793

Peter Beards, and Judith, his wife, from Aldham to Stoke-by-Nayland. 5 November 1793  FB80/G2/99  1793

Elizabeth Sexton, singlewoman, from Stoke-by-Nayland to Lexden, Co. Essex. 18 July 1794  FB80/G2/100  1794

William Stow and his family from Boxford to Stoke-by-Nayland. 23 June 1795  FB80/G2/101  1795

Ann Drew, singlewoman, from Higham to Stoke-by-Nayland. 21 August 1795  FB80/G2/102  1795

Thomas Siggars, from St. James, Colchester, Co. Essex, to Stoke-by-Nayland.  FB80/G2/103  1796

Contents:
On the back of the document, Orders for the suspension of removal due to the indisposition of Thomas Siggars. 31 October 1796

Thomas Holland, Lydia, his wife and their two children, from Stoke-by-Nayland to Boxstead, Co. Essex.  FB80/G2/104  Late 18th c

(Part missing).

Fragment of Margrett Bell removal order.  FB80/G2/105  Late 18th c

Fragment of a removal order.  FB80/G2/106  Late 18th c

William Osborn, Mary Osborn, his wife, and Mary, their daughter, aged nine months, from Nayland to Stoke-by-Nayland. 28 February 1800  FB80/G2/107  1800

Order to the Keeper House of Correction, Chelmsford  FB80/G2/108  1800

Contents:
To remove and convey Frances Woodthorpe, a rogue and vagabond, from Chelmsford to Stoke-by-Nayland and thence to Stratford St. Mary.
13 May 1800

Richard Scofield, Elizabeth, his wife, and Elizabeth, their daughter, aged 2 years, and an infant, from Stoke-by-Nayland to Gt. Horkesley. 23 January 1801  FB80/G2/109  1801

Thomas Beards, Elizabeth, his wife, and Thomas their son, from Stoke-by-Nayland to Assington. 23 January 1801  FB80/G2/110  1801

Henry Montague, and Susan, his wife, from Stoke-by-Nayland to Gt. Wheltham. 23 January 1801  FB80/G2/111  1801

Mary Turner, singlewoman, from Polstead to Stoke-by-Nayland. 20 February 1801  FB80/G2/112  1801

Jeremiah Sparrow, and Hannah, his wife and Jeremiah, aged four years, Hannah, aged one year, and an infant, aged two months, from Stoke-by-Nayland to Assington. 17 July 1801  FB80/G2/113  1801

Elizabeth Stowers, unmarried woman with child, from Raydon to Stoke-by-Nayland. 12 November 1802  FB80/G2/114  1802

Samuel Holmes, and Fanny, his wife, and their children, Carolin Holmes, Marian and Samuel, aged six, four and two years respectively, from Brighthelmstone, Co. Sussex, to Stoke-by-Nayland. 5 March 1803  FB80/G2/115  1803

William Turner and Ann, his wife, and Abraham, aged two years and Sarah, aged five weeks, their children, from Stoke-by-Nayland to Raydon. 11 June 1803  FB80/G2/116  1803

William Bedford, and Ann, his wife, and their two children, William, aged five years and James, aged three years, from Fordham, Co. Essex to Stoke-by-Nayland. 8 December 1804  FB80/G2/117  1804

Francis Tosspell, singlewoman, from Stoke-by-Nayland to Askeigh, Co. Durham. 26 July 1805  FB80/G2/118  1805

Francis Tospell from Stoke-by-Nayland to Askeigh (ASKE) Co. North Riding of Yorkshire (Formerly part of Durham County). 26 July 1805  FB80/G2/119  1805

Elizabeth Leet, from Ipswich St. Mary Stoke, to Stoke-by-Nayland. 9 December 1805  FB80/G2/120  1805

Maria James, singlewoman, from Tattingstone to Stoke-by-Nayland. 4 January 1806  FB80/G2/121  1806

John Deaves, and Susan, his wife, from Pitmarsh, Co. Essex to Stoke-by-Nayland. 6 April 1807  FB80/G2/122  1807

John Wymark, and Elizabeth, his wife, Elizabeth and Sarah, their daughters, from Polstead to Stoke-by-Nayland. 30 January 1808  FB80/G2/123  1808

Elizabeth Flatt, and Sarah, her bastard child, aged ten years, from North Rickenham to Stoke-by-Nayland. 20 February 1808  FB80/G2/124  1808

Sarah Prike, singlewoman, from Holton to Stoke-by-Nayland. 5 November 1808  FB80/G2/125  1808

Mary Cousins, singlewoman, from Stoke-by-Nayland to Polstead. 22 June 1809  FB80/G2/126  1809

Mary Welham, singlewoman, from Langham, Co. Essex to Stoke-by-Nayland. 9 December 1809  FB80/G2/127  1809

William Raison and Hannah, his wife, from Stoke-by-Nayland to Dedham. 26 December 1809  FB80/G2/128  1809

Charlotte Mary Brown, singlewoman, from Hadleigh to Stoke-by-Nayland. 8 January 1810  FB80/G2/129a,b  1810

Two copies

George Warner, from Higham to Stoke-by-Nayland. 8 September 1810  FB80/G2/130  1810

Ann Butcher, singlewoman, from Raydon to Stoke-by-Nayland. 8 December 1810  FB80/G2/131  1810

Elizabeth Preston, widow, and Ann aged ten years, Sophia, aged eight years, William, aged six years, and Harriet, aged four years, her children, from Thetford St. Peter, Co. Norfolk to Stoke-by-Nayland. 7 February 1811  FB80/G2/132  1811

Elizabeth Hewes, spinster, from Newton to Stoke-by-Nayland. 27 February 1812  FB80/G2/133  1812

John Lock and Mary, his wife, and John, aged six years, Mary, aged five years, James, aged three years, Eliza, aged two years and Maria, aged six months, their children, from Wissington to Stoke-by-Nayland. 28 May 1812  FB80/G2/134  1812

Elizabeth Wiles, spinster, from Stoke-by-Nayland to Gt. Horkesley. 18 June 1812  FB80/G2/135  1812

Mary Wiles, spinster, from Stoke-by-Nayland to Ardleigh, Co. Essex. 9 July 1812  FB80/G2/136  1812

Thomas Bayley, Martha, his wife, and their five children, from Stoke-by-Nayland to Shimpling. 23 July 1812  FB80/G2/137  1812

Opinion of Robert Alderson, of Norwich, solicitor concerning the removal of Robert Jones, a pauper. 22 January 1813  FB80/G2/138  1813

William Ward, jnr. from Stoke-by-Nayland to Assington. 16 March 1814  FB80/G2/139  1814

Certificate by the Doctor  FB80/G2/140  1814

Contents:
Against the removal of Wm. Ward of Assington, due to his broken thigh and collar bone, from Stoke-by-Nayland. 16 March 1814

Dale Double, Mary, his wife, and their three children, from Stoke-by-Nayland to Stratford-St. Mary. 23 February 1815  FB80/G2/141  1815

Richard Tricker, Margaret, his wife, and their two children, viz. Richard, aged eighteen months, and Thomas, aged six months, from Stoke-by-Nayland, to Hadleigh. 27 April 1815  FB80/G2/142  1815

John Parsons, labourer, and Sarah, his wife, from the parish of St. Mary, in the town of Nottingham, to Stoke-by-Nayland. 19 September 1815  FB80/G2/143  1815

William Stow, blacksmith, and Martha, his wife, from Monksleigh to Stoke-by-Nayland. 16 November 1815  FB80/G2/144  1815

William Wright, labourer, and Sarah, his wife, from Polstead to Stoke-by-Nayland. 27 November 1815  FB80/G2/145  1815

Charlotte, the wife of Thomas Hayward, and their four children, namely Emma, aged twelve years, George, aged eight years, Margaret, aged five years, and William, aged three years. 18 October 1850  FB80/G2/146a-d  1850

Harriet Riddleston alias Holmes, from Hadleigh to Stoke-by-Nayland. 16 June 1851  FB80/G2/147a-c  1851

Two copies

Robert Riddlestone alias Robert Riddlestone Holmes, aged seventy-two years, and Mary, his wife, from Boxford to Stoke-by-Nayland. 7 May 1858  FB80/G2/148a,b  1858

Josiah Sparrow and his three children from Stoke-by-Nayland to Stoke-by-Clare. 10 May 1858  FB80/G2/149  1858

Robert William Lock otherwise Elliston, aged twelve years and Charles Lock, otherwise Elliston, aged seven years, the illegitimate children of Ann Lock, deceased  FB80/G2/150  1859

Contents:
From Saffron Hill, Hatton Garden and Ely Rents, Co. Middlesex to Stoke-by-Nayland. 10 December 1859

Settlement certificates.  FB80/G3  [n.d.]

Letter from the churchwardens and overseers of Polstead to the churchwardens and overseers of Stoke-by-Nayland  FB80/G3/1  1682

Contents:
Acknowledging John Bloome, as resident of Polstead, but now in jail in Bury St. Edmunds, and enclose twenty shillings for the maintenance of Mary Crane and the bastard child, begotten of her by John Bloome, and further requests to order for the release of John Bloome from the jail. 3 May 1682

Robert Aylewood of Boxford. 6 April 1694  FB80/G3/2  1694

James Townes, collar maker, of Polstead. 24 November 1696  FB80/G3/3  1696

James Bacon, and his wife, of Colchester, Co. Essex. 7 January 1700  FB80/G3/4  1700

Matthew Pool and his wife, of Bramford. 24 April 1700  FB80/G3/5  1700

John Partridge, and his wife, of Colchester, Co. Essex. 27 April 1700  FB80/G3/6  1700

Walter Deverell, Elizabeth, his wife, and their four children, of Wivenhoe, Co. Essex. 5 October 1702  FB80/G3/7  1702

Moses Game and Rachel, his wife, of Debden. 26 April 1710  FB80/G3/8  1710

Abraham Ive, the younger, and Elizabeth, his wife, of Bury St. Mary. 7 November 1711  FB80/G3/9  1711

Isaac Biggs and Ann, his wife, of Boxtead, Co. Essex.  FB80/G3/10  Early 18th c

(Part missing)

Henry Letch and Dorothy, his wife, of Nayland. 1 April 1719  FB80/G3/11  1719

John Boyton, blacksmith, and Elizabeth, his wife, and John Boyton, their son, of Washbrook. 18 April 1719  FB80/G3/12  1719

Libbens Umphrey, weaver, and Elizabeth, his wife, of Polstead. 24 April 1719  FB80/G3/13  1719

Thomas Crookes, and his family of Colne Engaine, Co. Essex. 19 May 1719  FB80/G3/14  1719

Libeus Umfrie, his wife, and his family, of Polstead. 31 May 1720  FB80/G3/15  1720

Benjamin Bacon, and his family of Gt. Horksley, Co. Essex. 4 June 1720  FB80/G3/16  1720

John Cooper, his wife and children of Polstead. 19 June 1722  FB80/G3/17  1722

Thomas Daines, and Anne, his wife and Thomas, their son, of Colchester. 19 September 1724  FB80/G3/18  1724

Sarah Ursdge and her family of Little Bentley, Co. Essex. 18 December 1724  FB80/G3/19  1724

Opinions of counsels, Robert Price, J. Kaby and John Frohock  FB80/G3/20  1725

Contents:
Concerning the legal settlement of Mr. Sexton, who was hired by Nathaniel Herd, of Stoke-by-Nayland, but later on was removed, together with his master to the parish of Wiston.
May-October 1725

John Holland, and Lydia, his wife, of Boxted, Co. Essex. 26 September 1726  FB80/G3/21  1726

Christopher Cooper, his wife and family, of Polstead. 20 December 1727  FB80/G3/22  1727

Elizabeth Corder, an infant, aged seven years, of Wivenhoe, Co. Essex. 24 April 1728  FB80/G3/23  1728

Francis Biles, and Hannah, his wife, and their daughter, of Shelley. 10 October 1728  FB80/G3/24  1728

Elizabeth Stowers, singlewoman, of Stratford St. Mary. 10 January 1729  FB80/G3/25  1729

Joseph Corder, his wife and family, of Halstead, Co. Essex. 29 September 1729  FB80/G3/26  1729

John Ery, his wife, and their one child, of Lavenham. 16 August 1729  FB80/G3/27  1729

John Cuthbert and Mary, his wife, of Otley. 16 January 1730  FB80/G3/28  1730

George Norfolk, and his family of West Bergholt, Co. Essex. 6 March 1730  FB80/G3/29  1730

Abraham Hayward and Sarena, his wife, and Abraham, their child, of Shelleigh (Shelley). 10 December 1730  FB80/G3/30  1730

Joseph Wilson, and Alice, his wife, of Hadleigh. 13 March 1734  FB80/G3/31  1734

James Crane, Thamer, his wife, and James, their son of Polstead. 14 September 1734  FB80/G3/32  1734

John Taylor, cordwainer, and Mary, his wife, and John, their child, of Nayland. 1 December 1736  FB80/G3/33  1736

William Biggs and Mary, his wife, of Lt. Wenham. 8 December 1736  FB80/G3/34  1736

Henry Galdwell, and Elizabeth, his wife, of Kersey. 20 September 1738  FB80/G3/35  1738

Fragment of the settlement certificate of Samuel Duce and his wife, of Melford. 12 April 1741  FB80/G3/36  1741

Samuell Newpott, his wife and children, of Polstead. 27 September 1741  FB80/G3/37  1741

Peachey Griggs, butcher, and Sarah, his wife, of Nayland. 19 January 1742  FB80/G3/38  1742

John Polly, and Sarah, his wife, and John, William, Peter, Samuel and Sarah, their children of Stratford St. Mary. 19 April 1742  FB80/G3/39  1742

Thomas Brook, and Mary, his wife, of Ipswich St. Clements. 23 December 1742  FB80/G3/40  1742

Robert Dash, and Ann, his wife, of the town of Colchester, Co. Essex. 25 September 1744  FB80/G3/41  1744

James Montague, and Mary his wife, and their family of Gt. Bromley, Co. Essex. 27 January 1745  FB80/G3/42  1745

Jacob Herbert, and Hannah, his wife, of Higham. 28 December 1745  FB80/G3/43  1745

John Webb, butcher, Jane his wife, of Langham, Co. Essex. 27 February 1747  FB80/G3/44  1747

Robert Howard and Bridgett, his wife, of Groton. 23 January 1750  FB80/G3/45  1750

John Frost, husbandman, and Mary, his wife, and Mary, their daughter, of Stoke-by-Nayland. 9 March 1750  FB80/G3/46  1750

George Hadlee and Sarah, his wife, of Gravesend, Co. Kent. 2 June 1750  FB80/G3/47  1750

Samuel White, woolcomber, and Sarah, his wife, and their children of Bures Hamlet, Co. Essex. 10 November 1750  FB80/G3/48  1750

Thomas Ablewhite, and Ann, his wife, of Higham. 18 January 1752  FB80/G3/49  1752

James Watts, blacksmith, and Mary, his wife, of Hadleigh. 21 January 1752  FB80/G3/50  1752

William Simpson, labourer, of Nayland. 19 February 1752  FB80/G3/51  1752

Jacob Robinson and Elizabeth, his wife, of Whatsom. 16 April 1753  FB80/G3/52  1753

Edmund Simpson, the younger, and Mary, his wife, and Mary, their child, of St. Cornard. 27 April 1753  FB80/G3/53  1753

William Randal and Elizabeth, his wife, of Assington. 11 February 1754  FB80/G3/54  1754

William Glead and Elizabeth, his wife, of Assington. 11 February 1754  FB80/G3/55  1754

Edmund Kitchin, carpenter, and Sarah, his wife, of Nayland. 16 October 1754  FB80/G3/56  1754

Jacob Chippington, and Ann, his wife, and their two daughters, of Polstead. 21 March 1755  FB80/G3/57  1755

John Webb, blacksmith, of Bildestone. 16 June 1755  FB80/G3/58  1755

William Springet and Ann, his wife, of Gt. Bromley. 27 November 1755  FB80/G3/59  1755

Barnaby Whasp and Elizabeth, his wife, of Floughton (Flowton). 25 October 1756  FB80/G3/60  1756

Daniel Applebee, of Assington. 3 February 1757  FB80/G3/61  1757

Edward Nevard and Anne, his wife, and their two infant children, of Boxtead, Co. Essex. 28 December 1757  FB80/G3/62  1757

Thomas Webb, butcher, and Mary, his wife, of Bildestone. 30 March 1758  FB80/G3/63  1758

Joseph Miller, blacksmith, Mary, his wife, and Mary, their daughter, of Cockfield. 31 March 1758  FB80/G3/64  1758

Benjamin Webb, the younger, and Ann, his wife, of Dedham, Co. Essex. 12 August 1758  FB80/G3/65  1758

Thomas Butcher, and Mary, his wife, and William, John, James and Mary, their children, and also Elizabeth Humphrey, and Joh, Elizabeth and Mary, her children, and Mary Gusterson, and William, her son, of Nayland. 8 December 1758  FB80/G3/66  1758

Jeremiah Grimwood and Elizabeth, his wife, of East Donyland, Co. Essex. 20 August 1759  FB80/G3/67  1759

John Clark and Elizabeth, his wife, of Assington. 9 January 1761  FB80/G3/68  1761

Nathaniel Abbott, and Mary, his wife, of Wormingford, Co. Essex. 15 October 1761  FB80/G3/69  1761

Examination of John Sexton  FB80/G3/70  1762

Contents:
Now residing in Stoke-by-Nayland, relating to the place of his last legal settlement. 15 May 1762

Examination of John Cattling, relating to his last legal settlement. 17 May 1762  FB80/G3/71  1762

Robert Jarrold, Mary, his wife, and their two children of West Bergholt, Co. Essex. 6 September 1762  FB80/G3/72  1762

George Norfolk, and Ann, his wife, of Polstead. 8 April 1763  FB80/G3/73  1763

John James, and Elizabeth, his wife, and John aged one year, their son, of Shelley. 7 July 1763  FB80/G3/74  1763

Robert Cooper, and Ann, his wife, and their children, of Polstead. 22 November 1763  FB80/G3/75  1763

Very poor condition

Examination of Robert Cooper  FB80/G3/76  1763

Contents:
Now residing in Stoke-by-Nayland, relating to the place of his legal settlement. 8 December 1763

Examination of Isaac Emmerson  FB80/G3/77  1763

Contents:
Residing in Stoke-by-Nayland, relating to the place of his legal settlement. 8 December 1763

Examination of Francis Baker  FB80/G3/78  1763

Contents:
Now residing in the parish of Ardleigh, Co. Essex, relating to the place of his last legal settlement. 20 December 1763

Joseph Chippington, Susan, his wife, and Joseph, their son, aged two years, of Polstead. 21 August 1764  FB80/G3/79  1764

Examination of William Firman  FB80/G3/80  1764

Contents:
Now residing in Stoke-by-Nayland, relating to the place of his legal settlement. 6 December 1764

William Firman, and Sarah, his wife, James, John, Sarah and Elizabeth, their children, of Groton. 3 January 1765  FB80/G3/81  1765

Samuel Street, and Sarah, his wife, of Polstead. 10 April 1765  FB80/G3/82  1765

Robert White and Hannah, his wife, of Hadleigh. 15 April 1765  FB80/G3/83  1765

James Ward and Bridgett, his wife, of Polstead. 24 March 1766  FB80/G3/84  1766

John Blowers and Susanna, his wife, of Sproughton. 7 April 1766  FB80/G3/85  1766

Bishop Lever, baize weaver, and Ann, his wife, of Stoke-by-Nayland. 25 June 1766  FB80/G3/86  1766

Joseph Sparrow of Groton. 18 December 1766  FB80/G3/87  1766

John Smith, and Elizabeth, his wife, and John, Joseph, Thomas, Elizabeth and Sarah, their children of Nayland. 9 October 1767  FB80/G3/88  1767

Samuel Chisnell, jur., and Rachel, his wife, of Mistley, Co. Essex. 8 December 1767  FB80/G3/89  1767

George Man and his mother, Mary, of Assington. 13 April 1768  FB80/G3/90  1768

Daniel Lelley, and Ann, his wife, and Ann, their daughter, aged eight weeks, of Assington. 16 April 1768  FB80/G3/91  1768

William Houchen and Sarah, his wife, and Anne and William, their children, of Bildeston. 7 November 1768  FB80/G3/92  1768

Examination of Thomas Horseley relating to his last legal place of settlement. 9 March 1769  FB80/G3/93  1769

Examination of Susan Simpson  FB80/G3/94  1769

Contents:
Now residing in Stoke-by-Nayland, relating to the place of her legal settlement. 7 July 1769

John Skitter and Susan, his wife, of the Borough of Sudbury. 18 July 1772  FB80/G3/95  1772

Jonathan Budds, and Mary, his wife, of Polstead. 6 November 1772  FB80/G3/96  1772

Thomas Petty, husbandman, and Mary, his wife, and Mary, aged one year, their daughter, of Nayland. 17 November 1772  FB80/G3/97  1772

Isaac Woodthorp, wheelwright, and Mary, his wife, of Polstead. 28 August 1773  FB80/G3/98  1773

William Blunden, of Polstead. 3 November 1773  FB80/G3/99  1773

Examination of Hannarh Stow  FB80/G3/100  1773

Contents:
Residing in Polstead, relating to the place of her legal settlement. 11 November 1773

Golding Clarks and Mary, his wife, of Assington. 14 January 1774  FB80/G3/101  1774

John Pooley, cordwainer, and Mary, his wife, of Poldan, Co. Essex. 26 September 1774  FB80/G3/102  1774

John Bards, and Jemima, his wife, and their six children, of Assington. 15 October 1774  FB80/G3/103  1774

Joseph Miller, blacksmith, and Susan, his wife and Joseph, aged fifteen years; Moriah, aged eight years, and Susan aged six years, their children, of Cockfield. 18 November 1774  FB80/G3/104  1774

Daniel Chisnall, shoemaker, and Ann, his wife, and Daniel, their son, aged twenty two weeks, of Stratford-St. Mary. 10 January 1775  FB80/G3/105  1775

John Oliver and Matthew, his wife, of Kersey. 12 July 1775  FB80/G3/106  1775

John Long, and Lucy, his wife, and John, their son. aged two years, of Long Melford. 14 September 1775  FB80/G3/107  1775

Thomas Tospall and Frances, his wife, of Polstead. 14 November 1775  FB80/G3/108  1775

William Pooley, and Sarah, his wife, of Peldon, Co. Essex. 30 November 1775  FB80/G3/109  1775

Ann Kneal, of Assington. 4 March 1776  FB80/G3/110  1776

William Harris, baker, and Elisabeth, his wife, of Shelley. 19 July 1776  FB80/G3/111  1776

Robert Balaam and Ann, his wife, and Robert and Henry, their children, of Polstead. 4 June 1777  FB80/G3/112  1777

Examination of William Tospell, labourer, relating to his last legal settlement. 27 April 1778  FB80/G3/113  1778

Richard Bruty and Susannah, his wife, of Nayland. 14 December 1779  FB80/G3/114  1779

Daniel Dyer, and Mary, his wife, of Assington. 14 January 1780  FB80/G3/115  1780

Examination of Ann Rayner  FB80/G3/116  1780

Contents:
Now residing in the parish of St. Buttolph, in the Borough of Colchester, relating to place of her last legal settlement. 6 March 1780

Examination of John Byles  FB80/G3/117  1780

Contents:
Now residing in Semer, relating to the place of his legal settlement. 15 May 1780

Examination of Jonathan Lewis  FB80/G3/118  1780

Contents:
Labourer, now residing in Wantisden, relating to the place of his legal settlement. 29 November 1780

Examination of James Foskue  FB80/G3/119  1781

Contents:
Now residing in Stoke-by-Nayland, relating to his last legal place of settlement. 12 January 1781

Examination of John Pinnegers  FB80/G3/120  1781

Contents:
Now residing in parish of Stoke-by-Nayland, relating to the place of his last legal settlement. 12 January 1781

Isaac Pryke, and Elizabeth, his wife, and Elizabeth, their daughter, of Boxford. 27 April 1781  FB80/G3/121  1781

Samuel Cooper, and Elizabeth, his wife, of Cressingham, Co. Norfolk. 25 February 1775  FB80/G3/122  1775, 1781

Contents:
On the other side of the document: Acknowledgement of Sarah Cooper, a little girl, of St. Cressingham, Co. Norfolk. 14 December 1781

Examination of Mary Stow, widow  FB80/G3/123  1783

Contents:
Now residing in Stoke-by-Nayland, relating to the place of her legal settlement. 25 April 1783

Thomas Simpson, jnr., and Elizabeth, his wife, and Mary, their daughter of Assington. 17 June 1785  FB80/G3/124  1785

Thomas Simpson, and Susan, his wife, and Sarah, their daughter of Assington. 17 June 1785  FB80/G3/125  1785

William Ardley, Martha, his wife, and their two children, of Boxford. 17 June 1785  FB80/G3/126  1785

Samuel Frost, husbandman, and Sarah, his wife, and all their children, of Assington.  FB80/G3/127  1785

(Poor condition)

Contents:
20 October 1785

Joseph Parson and Sarah, his wife, of Wormingford, Co. Essex. 24 October 1787  FB80/G3/128  1787

Thomas Green, of Gorton. 15 April 1789  FB80/G3/129  1789

Edward Pithill, husbandman, Mary, his wife, Edward, their son, and also William Stow, of Nayland. 15 July 1790  FB80/G3/130  1790

Richard Hayborns, and Elizabeth, his wife, and their two children of Higham. 19 October 1793  FB80/G3/131  1793

Henry Holmes, husbandman, and Rachel, his wife, and William their son, aged one year, of Weybread. 10 December 1793  FB80/G3/132  1793

Phillip Blomfield and Elizabeth, his wife, of the parish of St. Martin, Colchester. 9 October 1794  FB80/G3/133  1794

Letter concerning the examination of William Thomson's legal settlement. 8 January 1796  FB80/G3/134  1796

(Part missing)

Examination of John Munnings  FB80/G3/135  1799

Contents:
Now residing in Stoke-by-Nayland, relating to the place of his legal settlement. 17 July 1799

Examination of Sergeant Harris, of Nayland, labourer  FB80/G3/136  1799

Contents:
Relating to the place of his legal settlement.
22 November 1799

Examination of Maria Chapman  FB80/G3/137  1799

Contents:
Now residing in Waldringfield, singlewoman, relating to the place of her legal settlement. 28 December 1799

Examination of Elizabeth Flatt relating to the place of her legal settlement. 20 February 1800  FB80/G3/138  1800

Examination of Robert Baker, labourer, on his request for more relief. 5 November 1800  FB80/G3/139  1800

Examination of John Boggis of Gt. Baddow, Co. Essex, labourer  FB80/G3/140  1800

Contents:
Relating to the place of his legal settlement. 14 November 1800

Examination of James Potter  FB80/G3/141  1801

Contents:
Now residing in the parish of Beerchurch, within the Borough of Colchester, labourer, relating to the place of his legal settlement. 9 April 1801

Examination of Thoms Tospell of Stoke-by-Nayland, relating to the place of his legal settlement. 7 August 1801  FB80/G3/142  1801

Examination of Danial Halls, labourer  FB80/G3/143  1801

(Part missing)

Contents:
Relating to the place of his legal settlement. 10 November 1801

Examination of Elizabeth Stowers  FB80/G3/144  1802

Contents:
Now residing in Raydon, relating to the place of her legal settlement.
12 November 1802

Examination of William Turner of Stoke-by-Nayland relating to the place of his legal settlement. 22 April 1803  FB80/G3/145  1803

Copy of the examination of William Turner, labourer, relating to the place of his legal settlement. 11 June 1803  FB80/G3/146  1803

Examination of Elizabeth Gillingwater  FB80/G3/147  1807

Contents:
Residing in Stoke-by-Nayland, relating to the place of her legal settlement.
7 April 1807

Examination of Elizabeth Montigue  FB80/G3/148  1808

Contents:
Now residing in Stoke-by-Nayland, relating to place of her last legal settlement.
7 March 1808

Examination of John Ratcliffe, a private soldier in the East Essex Regiment  FB80/G3/149  1808

Contents:
Relating to the place of his legal settlement.
12 August 1808

Examination of Mary Moor, singlewoman, relating to her last legal settlement. 11 November 1808  FB80/G3/150  1808

Examination of John Deaves, of St. Peter, Ipswich, relating to the place of his legal settlement. 12 December 1812  FB80/G3/151  1812

Examination of Jeremiah Montague, labourer  FB80/G3/152  1814

Contents:
Now residing in Polstead, relating to the place of his legal settlement.
13 August 1814

Examination of Jacob Herbert, of Stoke-by-Nayland, labourer  FB80/G3/153  1815

Contents:
Relating to the place of his legal settlement.
26 September 1815

Examination of Robert Riddlestone alias Robert Riddlestone Holmes  FB80/G3/154  1858

Contents:
Now residing in Cosford Union House, in the parish of Semer, concerning the place of his legal settlement. 3 May 1858

A blank settlement certificate.  FB80/G3/155  nd

An unused settlement certificate.  FB80/G3/156  n.d

Apprenticeship indentures.  FB80/G4  [n.d.]

Mary Croply, apprenticed to Joseph Baker and Alice Baker. 31 March 1673  FB80/G4/1  1673

Joseph Kimmans, a poor child, apprenticed to John Watson of Langenhoe, Co. Essex, yeoman. 7 September 1695  FB80/G4/2  1695

John Arnold, a poor child, aged ten years, apprenticed to John Hayward, of Stoke-by-Nayland, yeoman. 1 May 1706  FB80/G4/3  1706

John Davey, aged seventeen years, a poor child, apprenticed to Henry Mountecue, of Shelley, farmer. 15 December 1725  FB80/G4/4  1725

James Simpson, a poor child, apprenticed to Charles Wood, of the parish of St. Mary, in London, glover. 20 March 1726  FB80/G4/5  1726

Thomas Norfolk, a poor child, apprenticed to Samuel Kerison, of the parish of St. Margaret Lothbury, London, founder. 20 March 1726  FB80/G4/6  1726

John Paul, a poor child, apprenticed to John Eppleford, tailor. 15 July 1726  FB80/G4/7  1726

Susan Stowers, aged fifteen years, a poor child, apprenticed to John Stowers, of Halton, husbandman. 4 October 1726  FB80/G4/8  1726

Martha Ward, a poor child, apprenticed to Edward Salisbury, of the parish of St. Giles, Co. Middlesex, to learn the art of cookery and other household work. 13 October 1726  FB80/G4/9  1726

Hannah Ward, a poor child, apprenticed to John Vellum, farmer. 22 November 1726  FB80/G4/10  1726

Hannah Cooper, a poor child, aged sixteen years, apprenticed to Hanna Sowersby, to learn the art of "good housewifry". 27 April 1727  FB80/G4/11  1727

Joseph Simpson, apprenticed to Charles Wood, of St. Mary, Somerset, London, glover. 17 August 1727  FB80/G4/12  1727

William Tosbell, a poor child, apprenticed to John James, of St. Giles, without Cripple Gate, Co. Middlesex, tailor. 4 November 1727  FB80/G4/13  1727

John Paule, a poor child, to John Finch of Little Brumley, Co. Essex, straw joiner. 12 June 1728  FB80/G4/14  1728

John Fletcher, aged 18 years, a poor child, apprenticed to Jacob Stow, of Polstead, cordwainer. 17 June 1729  FB80/G4/15  1729

John Cooper, a poor child, apprenticed to Thomas Walker of St. Johns, Waping, Co. London, master of the ship Collyer, to be trained as a sailor or mariner. 15 June 1730  FB80/G4/16  1730

Henry Sparlin, a poor child, apprenticed to Samuel Sparlin, blacksmith, of Thorington, Co. Essex. 13 July 1730  FB80/G4/17  1730

Thomas Ratley, aged seventeen years, a poor child, apprenticed to Jacob Norman of Lindsey, farmer. 14 June 1732  FB80/G4/18  1732

John Longley, of Stoke-by-Nayland, apprenticed to Henry Witheat, of St. Peter, Colchester, cordwainer. 20 April 1750  FB80/G4/19  1750

James Townesend, son of James Townesend, of Stoke-by-Nayland, apprenticed to Ephraim Powell of the parish of St. Botolph, Colchester, tailor. 30 March 1752  FB80/G4/20  1752

Abraham Lungley, a poor child, apprenticed to William Brooks of Nayland, cordwainer. 19 January 1761  FB80/G4/21  1761

Pliney Elliher, of Stoke-by-Nayland, apprenticed to Joseph Wevers, of Wivenhoe, Co. Essex, dredger. 14 November 1764  FB80/G4/22  1764

William Gosnall, son of Robert Gosnall, of Stoke-by-Nayland, apprenticed to William Mortimer, of Wivenhoe, Co. Essex, bricklayer. 12 June 1765  FB80/G4/23  1765

Samuel Brett, a poor child, apprenticed to Robert Boyce, of the parish of St. John's in the Borough of Colchester, Co. Essex, chimney sweeper. 26 May 1778  FB80/G4/24  1778

Francis Tosspell, aged eleven years, a poor child, apprenticed to Robert Dobby, of South Shields, Co. Durham, mariner. 1 April 1780  FB80/G4/25  1780

Thomas Durrant, aged fourteen years, a poor child, apprenticed to Robert Dobby of South Shields, Co. Durham, mariner. 1 April 1780  FB80/G4/26  1780

James Letch, son of James Letch, of Stoke, blacksmith, apprenticed to W. R. Anthony Tabor, of Brightlingsea, Co. Essex, oyster dredger. 10 April 1780  FB80/G4/27  1780

Fragment of an apprenticeship indenture.  FB80/G4/28  Early 18th c

An apprenticeship indenture  FB80/G4/29  Late 18th c

faded and in poor condition.

Joseph Ward, apprenticed to Joseph Shead, of Fingringhoe, Co. Essex, carpenter. 1 May 1802  FB80/G4/30  1802

John Hobrow, a poor child, aged fourteen years, apprenticed to Samuel Barker of Stround (Strood), Co. Kent, cordwainer. 30 November 1809  FB80/G4/31  1809

Joseph Smith, a poor child, apprenticed to William Murrells, of the parish of St. Mary, Bury St. Edmunds, cordwainer. 9 August 1810  FB80/G4/32a,b  1810

Edward Gardiner, aged thirteen years, apprenticed to Daniel Harling of Thorpe-Le-Soken, Co. Essex, bricklayer and plasterer. 25 April 1811  FB80/G4/33a-c  1811

Certified statement of churchwardens and overseers of Stoke-by-Nayland  FB80/G4/34  1811

Contents:
Relating to the fitness and health of Joseph Smith, a poor child, who has been apprenticed to William Murrell. 28 April 1811

William Crussell, aged twelve years, a poor child, apprenticed to James Hamant, of Stoke, blacksmith. 25 March 1812  FB80/G4/35a,b  1812

William Turner, a poor child, apprenticed to James Mothersole of East Donyland, Co. Essex, fisherman. 17 October 1815  FB80/G4/36  1815

Bastardy  FB80/G5  [n.d.]

Bond for the sum of £100 by Robert Strand, of Stoke-by-Nayland  FB80/G5/1  1692

Contents:
To indemnify the churchwardens and overseers, from the maintenance and upbringing of a child born to Abigell Warren, singlewoman. 21 January 1692

Bond for the sum of £500 by Thomas Broam, of Stoke-by-Nayland, thatcher  FB80/G5/2  1696

Contents:
To indemnify the parish from the upbringing and maintenance, and education of a child born to Mary Chisnall, singlewoman. 10 October 1696

Bond for the sum of £100, by James Jacob, of St. James, Westminster, Co. Middlesex  FB80/G5/3  1714

Contents:
To indemnify the parish of Stoke-by-Nayland, from the upbringing and maintenance of a daughter born to Susan Hall, singlewoman.
22 June 1714

Bond for the sum of £100 by John Townes, yeoman, and James Townes, both of Stoke-by-Nayland  FB80/G5/4  1714

Contents:
To indemnify the parish of Stoke-by-Nayland, from the upbringing and maintenance of a child born to Sarah Hardy, singlewoman.
19 October 1714

Bond for the sum of £200 by Phillip Munning of Bramford, William Jennings, the elder of Shotley, yeoman, and John Jennings of Bramford, labourer  FB80/G5/5  1737

Contents:
To indemnify the churchwardens and overseers of Stoke-by-Nayland from the upkeep and maintenance of a child to be born to Mary Blowers, spinster.
17 February 1737

Bond for the sum of £500, by Edward Scofield, of Raydon, husbandman, and John Scofield of the same place  FB80/G5/6  1750

Contents:
To indemnify the parish from the upbringing and maintenance of a son born to Margaret Bell, singlewoman, of Bramley, Co. Essex.
6 November 1750

Bond for the sum of £100 by John Gray and Thomas Gray, farmers, and both of Nayland  FB80/G5/7  1753

Contents:
To indemnify the parish, from the upbringing and maintenance of a child to be born to Mary Smith, singlewoman, late of Nayland, and now residing in Stoke-by-Nayland.
7 December 1753

Mortgage.  FB80/G5/8  1754

Contents:
1. John Simpson, of Stoke-by-Nayland, farmer.
2. The churchwardens and overseers of Stoke-by-Nayland.
(1) to (2) cottages, gardens, orchards, situated in Edwardstone, for 1000 years, at an annual rent of one pepper corn, and to indemnify the parish from the cost of upbringing, maintenance and education of a child to be born to Sarah Smith, singlewoman.
8 April 1754

Bond for the sum of £500 by Daniel Gentry of Stoke-by-Nayland, and Robert Gentry of the same place, farmer  FB80/G5/9  1758

Contents:
To indemnify the parish of Stoke-by-Nayland from the upbringing, maintenance and education of a child to be born to Bridgett Riddlesdon, singlewoman.
9 September 1758

Agreement.  FB80/G5/10  1762

Contents:
1. David Derisley
2. Churchwardens and overseers of Stoke-by-Nayland.
(1) to (2) £6 for the maintenance of a child, born to Jane King, by his son John Derisley, and to pay the parish officers six pence per week, till four pounds more is paid, and the said John Derisley to have a discharge, so long as the payments are made.
1 September 1762

Bastardy examination of Hannah Rudland, singlewoman. 8 April 1763  FB80/G5/11  1763

Maintenance of a daughter born to Sarah Till, singlewoman, of Stoke-by-Nayland. 9 April 1763  FB80/G5/12  1763

Bastardy examination of Elizabeth Naylor, singlewoman. 13 September 1763  FB80/G5/13  1763

Bond for the sum of £50 by Richard Lifton, the younger, of Boxford  FB80/G5/14  1769

Contents:
To indemnify the parish of Stoke-by-Nayland, from the upbringing and maintenance of a son born to Sarah Norfolk, singlewoman.
22 September 1769

Bastardy examination of Ann Church, singlewoman. 17 June 1779  FB80/G5/15  1779

Bond for the sum of £50, by Josiah King, blacksmith, of Bradfield, Co. Essex and Isaac Tompson of Ramsey, Co. Essex, farmer  FB80/G5/16  1780

Contents:
To indemnify the parish from the upbringing and maintenance of a child to be born to Sarah Peartree, singlewoman, of Stoke-by-Nayland.
17 Feburary 1780

Maintenance of a son born to Sarah Tospell, singlewoman. 17 June 1785  FB80/G5/17  1785

Maintenance of a son born to Sarah Tospell, singlewoman. 17 June 1785  FB80/G5/18  1785

Bastardy examination of Mary Chaplin, singlewoman. 24 April 1805  FB80/G5/19  1805

Maintenance of a daughter, born to Hannah Sage, singlewoman, of Stoke-by-Nayland. 17 January 1806  FB80/G5/20  1806

Maintenance of a daughter, born to Ann Sheldrick, singlewoman. 20 July 1807  FB80/G5/21a-c  1807

Contents:
Also bastardy examinations of Ann Sheldrick.
12 Feb 1807
14 July 1807

Filiation and maintenance of a daughter, born to Susan Bacon, singlewoman. 25 April 1811  FB80/G5/22  1811

Filiation and maintenance of a daughter, born to Sarah Frost, singlewoman. 29 April 1813  FB80/G5/23  1813

Bastardy examination of Sarah Frost, singlewoman, of Stoke-by-Nayland. 29 April 1813  FB80/G5/24  1813

Filiation and maintenance of a daughter, born to Elizabeth Flack alias Oakes, singlewoman. 30 December 1813  FB80/G5/25  1813

Filiation and maintenance of a daughter, born to Sarah Towns, singlewoman. 23 March 1815  FB80/G5/26  1815

Bastardy examination of Susan Baley, singlewoman, concerning the father of the child. 9 May 1815  FB80/G5/27  1815

Examination of John Mortimer, overseer  FB80/G5/28  1815

Contents:
Concerning the payment of certain amount by Robert Fisher, of Hadleigh, labourer, to the parish of Stoke-by-Nayland, for the maintenance of a son, born to Sarah Pryke.
9 May 1815

Poor relief.  FB80/G6  [n.d.]

Letter from William Kedie, one of the overseers, of Chertsey, Co. Surrey, to Mr. Hay, one of the overseers of Stoke-by-Nayland  FB80/G6/1  1801

Contents:
Requesting for the relief of William Hernson, and his family.
2 February 1801

Letter from the Quarter Master of the Royal Artillery, Colchester, to overseers of Stoke-by-Nayland  FB80/G6/2  1801

Contents:
To pay certain amount to the overseers of Brighthelmstone for paying certain allowance to Samuel Holmes, of Stoke-by-Nayland, and to his three children.
16 March 1801

Letter from the overseers of Romford to the overseers of Stoke-by-Nayland  FB80/G6/3  1801

Contents:
Concerning the assistance provided to Thomas Lewis, carpenter and to his family.
16 March 1801

Certificate from the Justices of the Peace, to the overseers of Weybread  FB80/G6/4  1804

Contents:
Concerning the relief for Henry Holmes, and his family, now residing in the parish of Stoke-by-Nayland
28 December 1804

Letter from James Andrews, overseer of Lavenham, to the overseers of Stoke  FB80/G6/5  1809

Contents:
Requesting them to pay one weeks wages to Sarah, the wife of William Gosling.
22 March 1809

[no title]  FB80/G6/6  1813

Contents:
Certificate by J. Morgan, surgeon, concerning the illness of Rebecca, wife of John Deaves. 14 January 1813
Also bill for 10/- by J. Morgan, surgeon, to the parish officers, for providing medicine to Rebecca Deaves. 14 January 1813

Letter from William Cook, now residing in St. Clement's Ipswich, to the overseers of Stoke-by-Nayland  FB80/G6/7  1813

Contents:
Requesting for relief, as he has been in distress for a considerable period. The statement in the letter is certified by John Davie, surgeon.
15 February 1813

Order to overseers  FB80/G6/8  1813

Contents:
To pay to William Glead, a poor man certain amount per week, for his maintenance and also for the support of his family.
25 February 1813

Note from Mr. James Deane of Bury, to the overseers of Stoke-by-Nayland  FB80/G6/9  1813

Contents:
To provide relief to William Glead and his family.
26 February 1813

The parochial list of indoor and outdoor poor relief and statement of accounts for the year.  FB80/G6/10  1858

The parochial list of indoor and outdoor poor relief and statement of accounts for the year.  FB80/G6/11  1862

Coal list book.  FB80/G6/12  1884

Militia.  FB80/G7  [n.d.]

Certificate  FB80/G7/1  1803

Contents:
That Daniel Sarjeant, has been excused to serve in the West Suffolk Militia, for the term of five years, after having paid ten pounds.
25 May 1803

Certificate, of Joseph Hearns of All Saints, Sudbury  FB80/G7/2  1807

Contents:
Being serving as a substitute for Edward Frost of Stoke-by-Nayland, in the West Suffolk Militia.
26 May 1807

Folder containing receipts for subsistence money paid to families of militia men.  FB80/G7/3  1807-1814

[no title]  FB80/G7/4  1809

Contents:
Certificate of payment of certain amount to Elizabeth, wife of Abraham Metcalf, a private soldier serving in the West Suffolk Militia as a substitute, and her children, by the overseers of Hadleigh, and orders to the overseers of Stoke to repay that amount to the overseers of Hadleigh.
12 January 1809

[no title]  FB80/G7/5  1809

Contents:
Certificate of payment of certain amount to Ann, wife of Christopher Thompson, and his family, now serving as a substitute in the Suffolk Militia in place of Robert Grimsey of Stoke-by-Nayland, by the overseers of Glemsford, and orders for the repayment of that amount by overseers of Stoke-by-Nayland to the overseers of Glemsford.
26 January 1809

Order for the payment of 2/- per week  FB80/G7/6  1813

Contents:
For the maintenance and support of the child of Elizabeth Hearne, wife of Joseph Hearne, a private soldier, and serving as a substitute for Edward Frost of Stoke-by-Nayland.
1 June 1813

Certificate from the Commanding Officer of West Suffolk Militia  FB80/G7/7  1813

Contents:
That Joseph Hearne of the parish of Sudbury, is serving as a substitute for Edward Frost of the parish of Stoke-by-Nayland.
10 December 1813

Bonds.  FB80/G8  [n.d.]

Bond for the sum of £20  FB80/G8/1  1686

Contents:
By Joseph Alston of Horsley Magna, Co. Essex, yeoman, to William Spink of Horsley Magna, Co. Essex, for the payment of his outstanding debt for the sum of £10.6.0d to William Sadler, the younger, of Horsley, by 27th June 1687.
27 December 1686

Bond for the sum of £100  FB80/G8/2  1690

Contents:
By John Arther, of Stoke-by-Nayland, saymaker, and Henry Maschall of Polstead, to indemnify the parish from the maintenance of William Cowell, blacksmith, lately come to reside in Stoke-by-Nayland.
13 October 1690

Bond for the sum of £20  FB80/G8/3  1699

Contents:
By Henry Pleasant, of Sudbury, bell-founder, to maintain the church clock, during the time of his natural life.
22 April 1699

Bond for the sum of £10  FB80/G8/4  1699

Contents:
By Henry Pleasant, to fulfill his obligations concerning the repair and maintenance of church bells, specified in an agreement, dated
9 October 1699

Bond for the sum of £20  FB80/G8/5  1712

Contents:
By Richard Sarjeant, of Stoke-by-Nayland, malster, to fulfill his obligations for demolishing certain cottages in Stoke, which he had bought from the churchwardens and overseers, and not to erect any other buildings in their place.
10 June 1712

Bond by Robert Tranham of Lavenham for the sum of £40  FB80/G8/6  1720

Contents:
To indemnify the churchwardens and overseers of Stoke-by-Nayland from the maintenance of Anne, wife of John Kerrington of Beccles and her children.
15 June 1720

Inventories.  FB80/G9  [n.d.]

An inventory of goods belonging to the poor of Stoke-by-Nayland.  FB80/G9/1  1745

(Part missing).

Contents:
12 March 1745

[no title]  FB80/G9/2  n.d. (Early 18th c.)

Contents:
Inventory of the household goods of Mark Sumford, Elizabeth Lankster, Thomas Serjeant, John Smith, Widow Osborn, Thomas Hedge, jnr., John Joanes, Mary Humn, William Cooper and Robert Lungley.

Workhouse.  FB80/G10  [n.d.]

Agreement between Joseph Lowes, and overseers of Stoke-by-Nayland  FB80/G10/1  1746

Contents:
Concerning his appointment as the Governor of the Workhouse.
24 June 1746

Rules and orders to be observed in the management of the Workhouse.  FB80/G10/2  n.d. (Early 19th c.)

Order of the Poor Law Commissioners for England and Wales to the guardians of the poor of the parish of Stoke-by-Nayland, Sudbury Union  FB80/G10/3  1837

Two copies

Contents:
For the sale of five freehold houses, situate in the churchyard of Stoke-by-Nayland.
25 April 1837

Agreements.  FB80/G11  [n.d.]

Agreement between Robert Goymer of Boxford and Henry Parson, one of the overseers of Stoke-by-Nayland  FB80/G11/1  1785

Contents:
Concerning the hiring of Sarah Norfolk, a poor child, for one year, by the said Robert Goymer, at the wages of twenty shillings.
8 January 1785

Sudbury Union.  FB80/G12  [n.d.]

Order  FB80/G12/1  1867

Contents:
For the election of second guardian from the parish of Stoke-by-Nayland, in order to secure proper administration of the poor in the said parish of the Sudbury Union.
6 May 1867

Lunatic Asylum.  FB80/G13  [n.d.]

Papers  FB80/G13/1  1860

Contents:
Concerning the admittance of James Blunden, a lunatic, in the Middlesex Lunatic Asylum, Hanwell, and orders to the guardians of Sudbury Union, to pay for the relief of the said patient, whose legal settlement being in the parish of Stoke-by-Nayland.
7 April 1860

Letter from the clerk of the Middlesex Lunatic Asylum, Hanwell, to Mr. William Pittock, one of the overseers  FB80/G13/2  1860

Contents:
Concerning the removal of James Blunden, a lunatic, from Middlesex Lunatic Asylum to the Asylum for the county of Suffolk.
9 May 1860

SURVEYORS  FB80/H  [n.d.]

Accounts.  FB80/H1  [n.d.]

Highway surveyors' account book.  FB80/H1/1  1772-1810

Highway surveyors' account book, including details of highway rates.  FB80/H1/2  1811-1858

Highway surveyors' account book.  FB80/H1/3  1855-1859

Bill for the sum of £51.19.2d from Messrs. Leake and Offord, solicitors, to the parish  FB80/H1/4  August 1802 - July 1803

Contents:
Concerning an indictment for not repairing a road, by the King on the prosecution of Mr. Robert Kemball against the inhabitants of Stoke-by-Nayland.

Notice  FB80/H1/5  1867

Two copies

Contents:
Concerning the borrowing of £480 and interest by the Lavenham Highway Board for the construction of two bridges over the streams called Thorington Water and Scotland Water, in the parish of Stoke-by-Nayland. The parish shall repay the amount in twelve yearly instalments.
18 January 1867

Rates.  FB80/H2  [n.d.]

Highway rate book.  FB80/H2/1  October 1859 - October 1860

CONSTABLES  FB80/I  [n.d.]

Orders.  FB80/I1  [n.d.]

Order to Constable Robert Newton of the City of London  FB80/I1/1  1793

Contents:
To remove and convey Mary Stains, singlewoman, a rogue and vagabond, from the parish of St. Lawrence Dewey to Stoke-by-Nayland.
24 October 1793

Order to remove William Stow, and his wife, and two children from their house into the workhouse. 31 December 1799  FB80/I1/2  1799

Order to Constables of Colchester, Co. Essex  FB80/I1/3  1803

Contents:
To remove Susan Olley, a vagabond and rogue, from the House of Correction, Colchester, to Stoke-by-Nayland.
17 August 1803

Order  FB80/I1/4  1805

Contents:
To apprehend and arrest George Capin, of Towilster, Co. Northamptonshire, the reputed father of a child to be born to Mary Chaplin, singlewoman, of Stoke-by-Nayland.
24 April 1805

Order  FB80/I1/5  1813

Contents:
To constables of Colchester, Co. Essex, to issue a vagrant pass to Mary Turner, singlewoman, a rogue and vagabond, and convey her to Stoke-by-Nayland.
24 April 1813

Order  FB80/I1/6  1816

Contents:
To Constables of Colchester, Co. Essex, to issue a vagrant pass to Mary Holmes, a rogue and vagabond, and to convey her to Stoke-by-Nayland.
1 January 1816

CHARITIES  FB80/L  [n.d.]

Lady Anne Windsor Charity.  FB80/L1  [n.d.]

[no title]  FB80/L1/1  1704

Contents:
A copy of the joint and several answers of Thomas Thurston, Doctor in Physic, and Mary Thurston, widow and Joseph Thurston, esq. three defendants, in the case of Attorney General v Messrs. Thurstons, on the non payment of dues arising from Lady Anne Windsor Charity, copied by William Dobyns.
3 July 1704

Statement of account of payments to be made by Dr. Thomas Thurston and others of Higham Hall to the parish of Stoke-by-Nayland.  FB80/L1/2  1705

Bundle containing correspondence relating to the case between the Attorney General v Dr. Thomas Thurston, Mary Thurston, widow, and Joseph Thurston, all of Higham Hall  FB80/L1/3  1702-1746

Contents:
Concerning the payment of £8 per annum by Thurstons to widows living in four almshouses in Stoke-by-Nayland, under the charity set up by Lady Anne Windsor in 1606.
1702 - 1706; 1745 - 1746

Copy of the verdict of Lord Keeper of the Great Seal of England in the case of Attorney General v Thomas Thurston, Def.  FB80/L1/4  n.d. (Early 18th c)

Contents:
The defendant is ordered to pay £8 per annum, as prescribed in the charity of Lady Anne Windsor, dated 14 March 1606, to poor women, living in the four almshourses.
The defendent is also ordered to pay the arrears and the cost of suit.

Bill of complaint  FB80/L1/5  n.d. (Early 18th c)

Contents:
Submitted by the Attorney General to Sir Nathan Wright, Lord Keeper of the Great Seal of England, on behalf of four poor women, and churchwardens and overseers of Stoke-by-Nayland, against Messrs. Thurstons, Lords of the Manor of Higham Hall, Higham, on the non-payment of the annuity of £8 for the upkeep of almshouses and poor women, as required under the charity set up by Lady Anne Windsor in 1606.

Opinion of D. Ryder, esq.  FB80/L1/6  1745

Contents:
Concerning the payment of £8 per annum by the owners of the Manor of Higham Hall for the maintenance of four old women in the four almshouses in Stoke-by-Nayland, without any deduction of the land tax, under Lady Anne Windsor's charity, established by deed enrolled in Chancery, 14 March 5 James I (1606).
14 December 1745

Charity commission scheme for the administration of Lady Anne Windsor charity. 26 August 1930  FB80/L1/7  1930

Letter from the Charity Commission  FB80/L1/8  [n.d.]

Contents:
Enclosing a copy of the charity commission scheme for the administration of Lady Anne Windsor charity.
18 September 1930

An account of the rents to be paid out of Higham Hall Estate for the maintenance of widow's houses in Stoke-by-Nayland under the charity of Lady Anne Windsor.  FB80/L1/9  n.d

Town lands.  FB80/L2  [n.d.]

Manor of Stoke-by-Nayland with Shardelowes and Withermarsh  FB80/L2/1  1826

Contents:
Copy of absolute surrender of a copy-hold land called "Camping Close", to Messrs. Parson and others in trust for the inhabitants of Stoke-by-Nayland.
29 November 1826

Manor of Stoke-by-Nayland with Shardelowes and Withermarsh  FB80/L2/2  1836

Contents:
Abstract of the admission of trustees to a piece of land, called the "Camping Close" and to hold the land for the benefit of inhabitants of Stoke, according to ancient customs.
12 November 1836

Manor of Stoke next Nayland with Shardelowes and Withermarsh Netherhall in Stoke and Leverhay, otherwise Netherall  FB80/L2/3  1836

Contents:
Admission of parish trustees to "Camping Close".
29 November 1836

Deed of exchange of parish lands situated in Stoke-by-Nayland with the lands in Stoke-by Nayland and Nayland, belonging to Sir J. Rowley, Bart.  FB80/L2/4  1859

Contents:
3 June 1859

Memorandum of an agreement  FB80/L2/5  1859

Contents:
Between the vicar, churchwardens and parishioners of Stoke-by-Nayland and Mr. James Everard of Stoke-by-Nayland for the letting of parish lands situated in Stoke-by-Nayland and Nayland for the term of eight years, at a yearly rent of £14.
21 September 1859

Letter from James Josselyns (jnr.), valuer and estate agent, Stratford St. Mary to Mr. Edward S. Parson  FB80/L2/6  1859

Contents:
Enclosing valuation of parish lands in Stoke-by-Nayland and Nayland for the purpose of letting for eight years to Mr. James Everard.
12 October 1859

General.  FB80/L3  [n.d.]

Copy of an Act for the better administration of Charitable trusts.  FB80/L3/1  1853

Contents:
20 August 1853 (16 & 17 Vic. Cap.137)

Copy of an Act to amend the Charitable Trusts Act 1853.  FB80/L3/2  1855

Contents:
14 August 1855 (18 & 19 Vic. Cap.124)

Envelope containing papers relating to Stoke-by-Nayland Charities.  FB80/L3/3  1891

Bundle containing notices from the Charity commission to the Trustees of Stoke-by-Nayland Charities for the returns of Charity accounts.  FB80/L3/4  1890-1894

Almshouses Charity.  FB80/L4  [n.d.]

Envelope containing papers relating to Almshouses Charity and St. John's Gift  FB80/L4/1  1900-1901

Six documents

Contents:
Including a copy of the declaration of trust by Rev. H. P. Bull for the administration of the Charity. 23 November 1900, 1900-1901.

Rowley Charity.  FB80/L5  [n.d.]

Envelope containing papers relating to "Captain Joshua Robert Rowley Memorial Charity"  FB80/L5/1  1919

Two documents

Contents:
Including a copy of the declaration of trust by Sir Joshua Thellusson Rowley, bart., 31 March 1919. May-March 1919.

Charles Worters Charity.  FB80/L6  [n.d.]

Bundle containing letters from the Charity Commission to Rector and churchwardens of Stoke-by-Nayland  FB80/L6/1  1888

Contents:
Concerning the administration of Charles Worters Charity for inmates of Lady Anne Windsor's Almshouses.

Pooley Charity.  FB80/L7  [n.d.]

Envelope containing letters from the Charity Commission  FB80/L7/1  August 1889

Contents:
Concerning the transfer of the original bequest of £215 by James Pooley, deceased, to the official trustees of Charitable funds.

MISCELLANEOUS  FB80/N  [n.d.]

General.  FB80/N1  [n.d.]

Indenture of conveyance.  FB80/N1/1  1724

(In very poor condition).

Contents:
1. Margaret Aston, of Edwardstone, spinster.
2. Martha Hyam, of Gt. Cornard, widow.
3. John Simpson of Edwardston, husbandman.
(1) and (2) to (3), a house in Edwardstone on lease for 1000 years on the payment of £1.13.4d.
18 December 1724

Copy of an Order in Council relating to the distempered cattle. 17 October 1747  FB80/N1/2  1747

(Poor condition).

Printed copy of an Order in Council  FB80/N1/3  1749

Contents:
Containing further rules, orders and regulations for the more effectual prevention of the spreading of distemper, which rages amongst the horned cattle in England, Wales and Scotland. 14 December 1749

Printed copy of the resolution passed by the House of Commons and the House of Lords concerning the consumption of wheat due to scarcity.  FB80/N1/4  1795

Contents:
22 December 1795

Copy of a "New basis or standard for fair and equal County Rates  FB80/N1/5  1859

Contents:
Prepared by a Committee of Justices, appointed for that purpose, under the 15th & 16th Vic. Cap. 81".

Copy of an advertisement in the "Suffolk Chronicle", on the feeding of horses by Wm. Rickward, Veterinary Surgeon, Long Melford.  FB80/N1/6  1811

Contents:
28 March 1811

Comments by B. Morgan, of Tattlesden, a country harrier, on the advertisement in the "Suffolk Chronicle", relating to the feeding of horses.  FB80/N1/7  1811

Contents:
26 April 1811

Reply by W. S. Rickwood, of Long Melford, Veterinary Surgeon, on the comments of B. Morgan, esq. relating to the feeding of horses.  FB80/N1/8  1811

Contents:
1 May 1811

Scrapbook  FB80/N1/9  1964

Contents:
Containing newspaper cuttings from the East Anglian Daily Times and Christian Science Monitor, for the months of November-December.

Printed pamphlet relating to "Essence of Malt", as an effective remedy for consumptive asthmatic, and other bad coughs.  FB80/N1/10  n.d

(Part missing).

Volume of reminiscences of Mr. Charles Gowing of Nayland c.1930 (b.1846)  FB80/N1/11  c.1930

Contents:
Includes reminiscences of his life, notes on Nayland Congregational Church, Nayland industries, local customs. At front: press cutting about Mr. Gowing, 1932

Conveyances.  FB80/N2  [n.d.]

Release of title, estate rights, tithe interests. 15 September 1691  FB80/N2/1  1691

Contents:
1. Robert Palmer, of Stoke-by-Nayland, gent.
2. Daniel Meddowes of Stoke-by-Nayland.
(1) to (2) tenements, barnes, stables and 14 acres of orchard, situated in Nayland on the receipt of £3.10.0d.

Agreement. 21 July 1920  FB80/N2/2  1920

Contents:
1. Robert Hyat Cook, of Hadleigh.
Hon. Henry Coventry of Tendring Hall, Stoke-by-Nayland.
2. The Melford Rural District Council.
(1) to (2), a piece of land in order to improve the view of War Memorial, and the said land becoming part of the Highways. The cost of building the new boundary wall to be borne by Hon. Henry Coventry of Tendring Hall.

Copy of FB80/N2/2  FB80/N2/3  ?1920

Leavenheath.  FB80/N3  [n.d.]

Bundle containing papers relating to the boundaries of the consolidated chapelry of St. Matthew's, Leavenheath.  FB80/N3/1  1863

Five documents

Stoke and Melford Union Association  FB80/N4  [n.d.]

Printed rules  FB80/N4/1  1839

Printed rules  FB80/N4/2  1847

Printed rules  FB80/N4/3  1876

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