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History of the Church and Manor of Wigan.

me vij bushels of meal worth a mark a bushel & so was worth £8. I say rec. in mony £80 and in corne £8 .. 88 0 0

Wigan corne Itm. I took home Wigan corne in kind, & spent in my house being 12 thrave of wheat, 201 thrave of barly, 205 thrave of otes, & 40 thrave of beanes worth ... ... ... 70 8 4

I spent in my house this yeare (besides Wigan corne) xli worth of wheat wch I brought home from Abram, & £8 in otes wch I took home from Aspool, & 3 in rye wch I took home from Billinge & Winstanly, & £1 10 in wheat from Pemberton. In all I spent in my house this yeare £22 10s in corne besides all Wigan corne, & all that I bought befor harvest for all the summer & harvest tyme.

Mortuaryes Itm. I receaved for mortuaryes this year

1 for Thomas Naylor of Pemberton pd xs 0 10 0

2 for Adam Hindly of Hindlye pd xs 0 10 0

3 for Wi(Symbol missingsymbol characters)m Foster of Wigan pd xs 0 10 0

4 for Mrs. Smyth, old Bordman gives me 10s ... ... ... ... xs 0 10 0

5 for Wi(Symbol missingsymbol characters)m Tunsted of Holland owes me xs 0 10 0 [since] pd.

6 for John Winstanly of Wigan owes me 10s he pd me xs 0 10 0

7 for Wi(Symbol missingsymbol characters)m Whaley of Holland owing to me 10s he left me in pawne a brasse pott ... ... 0 10 0

s(Symbol missingsymbol characters) of Wigan rec. this yeare (1616)

besides debts unpd. £566 12s 1d[1]

  1. In this calculation the bishop appears to have omitted to reckon the £3 10s. received from mortuaries.