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                            Mary Mason.B.A.

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                 Portbury-Church Records

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Portbury Hundred Church Records
The Church Record Transcripts are taken from records held at the Somerset Record Office. This is an ongoing project that will be extended at regular intervals.
Many of the records are very faint and some entries are entered where the recorder could find a space, these therefore appear out of order.
Please advise if mistakes in the transcriptions are found.
Note: The Julian Calendar was used until 1752 when the Gregorian Calendar was adopted putting us in line with the rest of Europe. This meant the loss of eleven days between the 3rd and the 13th of September and also New Year’s day changed from the 25th of March to the 1st of January.

Winter Entertainment given by the Portishead Harmonte Society. 1875-1876

has been handed in by Dr Lionel Weatherby for publication in the Parish Magazine.

 

Paid.......................................................................£—s—d

Mr Hines (Hire of Piano).....................................5—0—0

Mr Jarrett (Printing).............................................9—4—0

Mr Poole (Bill Posting).........................................0—10—0

Mr |Hines (Music)................................................7—14—5½

Lecture Hall Company.........................................6—11—6

Mr Bennett, Sen. (Platform etc.............................2—0—0

Mrs James (Lemonade).......................................0—1—8

Mr Edbrooke and Mr Bannister............................4—10—0

Mr Picton (for Cambric)........................................0—5—7½

Mrs Potter, etc......................................................1—0—0

Beds and Breakfast for two...................................0—13—6

Paper, stamps, etc................................................0—5—0

Total..................................................................£ 37—15—9

 

 

 

 

 

Clapton in Gordano.
Clapton takes its name from the Clapton family who owned the Manor from 1140-1615.