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Stamford St George Parish Records

Reference Name STAMFORD ST GEORGE PAR

Notes: Uncatalogued deposit: Acc 2008/098:00 PCC Minute Book, 1988-1994 PCC Minute Book, 1994-1997 St George's Magazine Oct 1969-Dec 1990 (4 boxes) St George's News Sep 1993-Jan 2002 (file) Volume containing copies of deeds belonging to the church of St George (1792-1822) Note pasted to cover that David Bloodworth, churchwarden purchased the book on a second hand book stall about 20 years earlier, 1909 Scrapbook, 1860-1920 Contains: newscuttings, posters, leaflets, 1860-1920 Also: Order of Service for dedication of the Wake Stone, 1976; Order of Service for Mayoral Service, 1982; Order of Service for funeral of Diana Mary Dowager Marchiness of Exeter, 1982; Hymns for Lenten Services, undated. Volume containing ground plans of the freehold estates belonging to the parish church of Saint George in the town and borough of Stamford By W Sculthorpe early 19th Cent Premises: houses in St Leonard's Street, Black Friary Street and St George's Street, St George's Workhouse, Half Moon Public House, and poor land in Stamford Field. Includes: expenses of work done to charity estates in the parish, 1813-1814. File of papers relating to Church Fabric: Includes specifications for repairs, 1984, estimate, 1985, sketch plan, survey report, 1984, correspondence, 1981-1985

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