|'An Alphabetical Index or Concordance',|
|'A Brief Table of the Interpretation of Proper Names , chiefly in the Old Testament'|
|'A Chronological Index of the Years and Time of ADAM unto CHRIST from the Collections of Divers Authors'. - This concludes that in the year 1806, the age of the Universe was just 5810 years, six months and ten days.|
|Then follow several more 'indices, catalogues and collections'.|
|ANN, born April 22nd 1791,
JAMES born February 15th 1793.
ALICE born at Bramham on October 31st 1795.
|JANE, born 30 July 1800;
SARAH, born November 19th. 1801, died
February 1st 1802;
MARY, born December 18th 1802;
BENJAMIN, born December 19th 1803. died March 15th, 1804;
HANNAH, born December 27th 1804
JOHN, born August 17th 1806, died September 9th 1806.
WILLIAM born November 28th 1807
THOMAS, born August 30th 1811
JOHN born July 14th 1814, baptised July 15th 1814.
|Whene'er you read this ancient volume,
You'll find God's word in every column;
Examine well each sacred page,
You'll find Instruction for every age;
When your Parents are laid in the Grave,
This is the best portion you can have;
If in this world you learn righteousness,
In the next you'll find true happiness;
Improve well your time unto the end,
And God will be your greatest friend.
|"The stated salary of the parish clerk is only £6. I found that my predecessor had been in the habit of allowing him £3 a year. I therefore let him have a field rent-free, valued at about £2 a year, besides the use of the churchyard and I gave him £1 for his son to go to Aberford for the letters."|
|Registering a Child's Name||4|
|A Marriage by License (sic)||5||0|
|A Marriage by Banns||1||6|
|A Burial in the Quire||6||8|
|A Burial in the Church||3||4|
|A Burial in the Churchyard||6|
|A Psalm at a Funeral||6|
|A Publication in the Churchyard for Strangers||4|
|A Publication for business that belongs not the Parish Affairs||4|
|Clerk's Easter Dues||4|
|"1837. William Batty the Parish-clerk dying 27
February, I appointed his son John Batty in his
"28 December 1840 Dismissed John Batty, the Clerk, for misconduct, he having been seen intoxicated at the public house - and appointed Richard Batty (of a different family - Ed.) in his place. John Batty afterwards forsook his wife and family and was not heard of for several years. His wife gradually lost her reason and at the end of the year 1848 was sent to Wakefield asylum."