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     Archaeologia Cantiana Vol. 73 - 1959 page 180
More Notes on Kentish Roads. By F. C. Elliston-Erwood, F.S.A.  continued

More for 25 faggots                          0— 2— 0
pd. for 118 faggots delivered by Wm. Day
        for ye use of ye Ways                0— 9— 6
pd. more for 50 faggots for ye same use
                          ? by Hen Apleton    0— 4— 0
pd. for 3 days Labor for a man.         0— 4— 6
pd. Mrs. Spong for moving of Stones
           in order to lay a pinnock         0— 2— 0
pd. for spreading 10 loads of Stones  0— 5— 0
pd. to James Newman for work         0— 1— 0
pd. to John Woollet for work             0— 1— 6
pd. Mr. Simmons for 7 cords of Stones  2—12— 6
More by other work                          0— 1— 6
pd. Wm. Brooker for moving Stones  0— 2— 0
pd. for a Warrtt.                                0—12— 6
pd the last Surveyo’s                          1— 3— 3
pd for Beer for Labourers                   0— 8— 0
pd. for writing the Present’mts and Rate
       and Ingrossing these Accompt’s   0— 5— 0
pd. Jno Russell for work                     0— 3— 9
pd. for 2 baskets.                               0— 0—10
pd by overwork to Mr. Da. Austen     0— 2— 4
More to Mr. Buss                               0— 1— 6

More to Mr. Wooden                         0— 2—11
Thos. Hollands                                    0— 3— 9
pd Wm Reeves for carrying the Stuff
         for repairs to Iden Bridges         0— 2— 6
pd to Mr. Huggins                              0— 1— 5½
pd to Thos Jennings for carrying
        planks to ye Schoole Lane          0— 3— 9
pd Mr. Buss for 6 faggots                   0— 0— 6
pd for this Book                                 0— 2— 7
                                                                                
Whole Disbursm’ts                           18— 0—10k
                                                                                

   Decemb’r ye 27th. These Acco’tts were taken by us whose names are underwritten, the Inhabitants of Staplehurst and it appears that the
Survey’rs have paid                        £18— 0—10½
And have received                            17—13— 0½
So they are out of Pocket                    0— 7—10
Pd in their own Wrong                         0— 5—10
Out of Pocket                                     0—13— 8

                      Persons nominated for the year ensuing are

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