Charitable accounts of the Vintners' Company

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City of London Livery Companies Commission

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1884

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557-571

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'Charitable accounts of the Vintners' Company', City of London Livery Companies Commission. Report; Volume 4 (1884), pp. 557-571. URL: http://british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=69736 Date accessed: 01 October 2014.


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VINTNERS' COMPANY.

Charitable Accounts.

Statement of the Accounts of the Charity called "Blundell's Gift," in the City of London, of which the Trustees are the Master, Wardens, and Freemen, and Commonalty of the Mystery of Vintners of the City of London, commonly called "The Vintners' Company." For the year ending 31st December 1881.

Income and Revenue for the Year ending 31st December 1881.

Description of Property.Gross Annual Income.Outgoings.Net Annual Income.Sums Received.Arrears 31st Dec. 1881.
£s.d.£s.d.£s.d.
A charge upon the freehold property of the Vintners' Company in respect of a gift of Peter Blundell.200None.200200

Receipts.

£s.d.
1881. Oct.To Vintners' Company200

Expenditure.

£s.d.
1881. Oct.The Treasurer of Bridewell200

Balance Sheet.

Dr.

£s.d.
1881. Oct.To Vintners' Company200

Cr.

£s.d.
1881. Oct.By poor in Bridewell, per the Treasurer200

I certify that this and the foregoing statements are correct.

Dated this 24th day of March 1882.

(Signed) Chas. Lomas,
Clerk to the Vintners' Company.

Statement of the Accounts of the Charity called "Alderman Lucas' Gift," in the City of London, of which the Trustees are the Master, Wardens, and Freemen, and Commonalty of the Mystery of Vintners, of the City of London, commonly called "The Vintners' Company." For the year ending 31st December 1881.

Income and Revenue for the Year ending 31st December 1881.

Description of Property.In whose name invested.Gross Annual Income.Outgoings.Net Annual Income.Sums Received.Arrears 31st Dec. 1881.
£s.d.£s.d.£s.d.
604l. 7s. 10d. New Two and a half per cents, being the produce of a gift of Alderman Lucas in the year 1839, of 500l. the interest thereof to be annually distributed to the almswomen inmates of the Almshouses.The Master, Wardens, and Freemen, and Commonalty of the Mystery of Vintners of the city of London.1522None.15221522

Receipts.

£s.d.
1881. Jan.To half a year's dividend7111
July.Do. Do.7111
1522

Expenditure.

£s.d.
1881. Oct. 13.Paid almswomen, viz.:—
Mrs. Padgett152
" Woods152
" King152
" Aitkin152
" Shuckard152
" Martin152
" Wilcox152
" Innes152
" Hedges152
" Adams152
" Twiddy152
" Schröder154
1522

Balance Sheet.

Dr.

£s.d.
1881. Oct.To dividends1522

Cr.

£s.d.
1881. Oct. 13.By almswomen1522

I certify that this and the foregoing Statements are correct.

Dated this 24th day of March 1882.

(Signed) Chas. Lomas,
Clerk to the Vintners' Company.

Statement of the Accounts of the Charity called "Kenton's Gift" in the City of London of which the Trustees are The Master, Wardens, and Freemen, and Commonalty of the Mystery of Vintners of the City of London commonly called "The Vintners' Company." For the year ending 31st December 1881.

Income and Revenue for the Year ending 31st December 1881.

Description of Property.Gross Annual Income.Outgoings.Net Annual Income.Sums Received.Arrears 31st Dec. 1881.
£s.d.£s.d.£s.d.
12l. 12s. per annum chargeable upon the Vintners' Company.12120None.1212012120

Receipts.

£s.d.
1881. June.To Vintners' Company12120
12120

Expenditure.

£s.d.
1881. June 15Paid almswomen, viz.:—
Mrs. Padgett110
" Woods110
" King110
" Aitken110
" Shuckard110
" Martin110
" Wilcox110
" Innes110
" Hedges110
" Adams110
" Twiddy110
" Schröder110
12120

Balance Sheet.

Dr.

£s.d.
1881. June.To Vintners' Company12120

Cr.

£s.d.
1881. June 15.By almswomen12120

I certify that this and the foregoing statements are correct.

Dated this 24th day of March 1882.

(Signed) Chas. Lomas,
Clerk to the Vintners' Company.

Statement of the Accounts of the Charity called "Tomlinson's Gift" in the City of London, of which the Trustees are the Master, Wardens, and Freemen, and Commonalty of the Mystery of Vintners of the City of London, commonly called "The Vintners' Company." For the year ending 31st December 1881.

Income and Revenue for the Year ending 31st December 1881.

Description of Property.Gross Annual Income.Outgoings.Net Annual Income.Sums Received.Arrears 31st Dec. 1881.
£s.d.£s.d.£s.d.
3l. per annum assumed to be chargeable upon the Vintners' Company.300None.300300

Receipts.

£s.d.
1881. Oct.To Vintners' Company300
300

Expenditure.

£s.d.
1881. Oct. 31st.Paid almswomen, viz.:—
Mrs. Padgett050
" Woods050
" King050
" Aitkin050
" Shuckard050
" Martin050
" Wilcox050
" Innes050
" Hedges050
" Adams050
" Twiddy050
" Schröder050
300

Balance Sheet.

Dr.

£s.d.
1881.To Vintners' Company300

Cr.

£s.d.
1881.By almswomen300

I certify that this and the foregoing statements are correct.

Dated this 24th day of March 1882.

(Signed) Chas. Lomas,
Clerk to the Vintners' Company.

Statement of the Accounts of the Charity called "Jacob's Gift" in the City of London, of which the Trustees, are the Master, Wardens, and Freemen, and Commonalty of the Mystery of Vintners of the City of London, commonly called "The Vintners' Company." For the year ending 31st December 1881.

Income and Revenue for the Year Ending 31st December 1881.

Description of Property.In whose Name Invested.Gross Annual Income.Outgoings.Net Annual. Income.Sums Received.Arrears 31st Dec. 1881.
£s.d.£s.d.£s.d.
A charge of 4l. 6s. 8d. per annum upon the rent and profits of an estate in Eastcheap devised to the Vintners' Company in the year 1609 and which was taken down under the London Bridge Approaches Act and the purchase money has been invested in Freehold Ground in Pilgrim Street, Blackfriars.The Master, Wardens, and Freemen, and Commonalty of the mystery of Vintners of the City of London.468None.468468

Receipts.

£s.d.
1881. July.To Vintners' Company468
468

Expenditure.

£s.d.
1881. July 30.Paid almswomen, viz.:—
Mrs. Padgett073
" Woods073
" King073
" Aitkin073
" Shuckard073
" Martin073
" Wilcox073
" Innes073
" Hedges073
" Adams073
" Twiddy073
" Schröder0611
468

Balance Sheet.

Dr.

£s.d.
1881. July.To Vintners' Company468

Cr.

£s.d.
1881. July 30.By Almswomen468

I certify that this and the foregoing statements are correct.

Dated this 24th day of March 1882.

(Signed) Chas. Lomas,
Clerk to the Vintners' Company.

Statement of the Accounts of the Charity called "Shuldham's Gift" in the City of London, of which the Trustees are the Master, Wardens, and Freemen, and Commonalty of the Mystery of Vintners of the City of London, commonly called "The Vintners' Company." For the year ending 31st December 1881.

Income and Revenue for the Year ending 31st December 1881.

Description of Property.Tenants.Gross Annual Income.Outgoings.Net Annual Income.Sums receipted.Arrears 31st Dec. 1881.
£s.d.£s.d.£s.d.
2l. 16s. 4d. per annum chargeable upon a freehold held by the Vintners' Company part of their hall and offices in Upper Thames Street, London.The Vintners' Company.2164None.21642164

Receipts.

£s.d.
1881. July.To Vintners' Company2164
2164

Expenditure.

£s.d.
1881. July 30.Paid almswomen, viz.:—
Mrs. Padgett048
" Woods048
" King048
" Aitkin048
" Shuckard048
" Martin048
" Wilcox048
" Innes048
" Hedges048
" Adams048
" Twiddy048
" Schröder050
2164

Balance Sheet.

Dr.

£s.d.
1881. July.To Vintners' Company2164

Cr.

£s.d.
1881. July 30th.By almswomen2164

I certify that this and the foregoing statements are correct.

Dated this 24th day of March 1882.

(Signed) Chas. Lomas,
Clerk to the Vintners' Company.

Statement of the Accounts of the Charity called "Mallowe's Gift" in the City of London, of which the Trustees are the Master, Wardens, and Freemen, and Commonalty of the Mystery of Vintners of the City of London, commonly called "The Vintners' Company." For the year ending 31st December 1881.

Income and Revenue for the Year ending 31st December 1882.

Description of Property.Gross Annual Income.Outgoings.Net Annual Income.Sums Received.Arrears 31st Dec. 1881.
£s.d.£s.d.£s.d.
5l. per annum assumed to be chargeable upon the Vintners' Company.500None.500500

Receipts.

£s.d.
1881. July.To Vintners' Company500
500

Expenditure.

£s.d.
1881. July 30.Paid almswomen, viz.:—
Mrs. Padgett084
" Woods084
" King084
" Aitkin084
" Shuckard084
" Martin084
" Wilcox084
" Innes084
" Hedges084
" Adams084
" Twiddy084
" Schröder084
500

Balance Sheet.

Dr.

£s.d.
1881. July.To Vintners' Company500

Cr.

£s.d.
1881. July 30.By almswomen500

I certify that this and the foregoing statements are correct.

Dated this 24th day of March 1882.

(Signed) Chas. Lomas,
Clerk to the Vintners' Company.

Statement of the Accounts of the Charity called "Gale's Gift," in the City of London, of which the Trustees are the Master, Wardens, and Freemen, and Commonalty of the Mystery of Vintners of the City of London, commonly called "The Vintners' Company." For the year ending 31st December 1881.

Income and Revenue for the Year ending 31st December 1881.

Description of Property.Gross Annual Income.Outgoings.Net Annual Income.Sums Received.Arrears 31st Dec. 1881.
£s.d.£s.d.£s.d.
4l. per annum assumed to be charged upon the Vintners' Company.400None.400400

Receipts.

£s.d.
1881. July.To Vintners' Company400
400

Expenditure.

£s.d.
1881. July 30.Paid almswomen, viz.:—
Mrs. Padgett068
" Woods068
" King068
" Aitkin068
" Shuckard068
" Martin068
" Wilcox068
" Innes068
" Hedges068
" Adams068
" Twiddy068
" Schröder068
400

Balance Sheet.

Dr.

£s.d.
1881. July.To Vintners' Company400

Cr.

£s.d.
1881. July 30.By Almswomen400

I certify that this and the foregoing statements are correct.

Dated this 24th day of March 1882.

(Signed) Chas. Lomas,
Clerk to the Vintners' Company.

Statement of the Accounts of the Charity called "Hawkins' Gift," in the City of London, of which the Trustees are the Master, Wardens, and Freemen, and Commonalty of the Mystery of Vintners of the City of London, commonly called "The Vintners' Company." For the year ending 31st December 1881.

Income and Revenue for the Year ending 31st December 1881.

Description of Property.Gross Annual Income.Outgoings.Net Annual Income.Sums Received.Arrears 31st Dec. 1881.
£s.d.£s.d.£s.d.
2l. per annum assumed to be chargeable upon the Vintners' Company.200None.200200

Receipts.

£s.d.
1881. July.To Vintners' Company200
200

Expenditure.

£s.d.
1881. July 31.Paid almswomen, viz.:—
Mrs. Padgett034
" Woods034
" King034
" Aitkin034
" Shuckard034
" Martin034
" Wilcox034
" Innes034
" Hedges034
" Adams034
" Twiddy034
" Schroder034
200

Balance Sheet.

Dr.

£s.d.
1881.To Vintners' Company200

Cr.

£s.d.
July 31.By almswomen200

I certify that this and the foregoing statements are correct.

Dated this 24th day of March 1882.

(Signed) Chas. Lomas,
Clerk to the Vintners' Company.

Statement of the Accounts of the Charity called "Kennett's Gift," in the City of London, of which the Trustees are the Master, Wardens, and Freemen, and Commonalty of the Mystery of Vintners of the City of London, commonly called "The Vintners' Company." For the year ending 31st December 1881.

Income and Revenue for the Year ending 31st December 1881.

Description of Property.Gross Annual Income.Outgoings.Net Annual Income.Sums Received.Arrears 31st Dec. 1881.
£s.d.£s.d.£s.d.
2l. per annum chargeable upon the Vintners' Company.200None.200200

Receipts.

£s.d.
1881. July.To Vintners' Company200
200

Expenditure.

£s.d.
1881. July 30.Paid almswomen, viz.:—
Mrs. Padgett034
" Woods034
" King034
" Aitkin034
" Shuckard034
" Martin034
" Wilcox034
" Innes034
" Hedges034
" Adams034
" Twiddy034
" Schröder034
200

Balance Sheet.

£s.d.
1881. July.To Vintners' Company200
£s.d.
1881. July 30.By Almswomen200

I certify that this and the foregoing statements are correct.

Dated this 24th day of March 1882.

(Signed) Chas. Lomas,
Clerk to the Vintners' Company.

Statement of the Accounts of the Charity called "Flower's Gift," in the City of London, of which the Trustees are the Master, Wardens, and Freemen, and Commonalty of the Mystery of Vintners of the City of London, commonly called "The Vintners' Company." For the year ending 31st December 1881.

Income and Revenue for the Year ending 31st December 1881.

Description of Property.Gross Annual Income.Outgoings.Net Annual Income.Sums Received.Arrears 31st Dec. 1881.
£s.d.£s.d.£s.d.
10l. per annum assumed to be chargeable upon the Vintners' Company.1000None.10001000

Receipts.

£s.d.
1881 JuneTo Vintners' Company500
July" "500
1000

Expenditure.

£s.d.
1881. June 30.Paid almswomen, viz.:
Mrs. Padgett084
" Woods084
" King084
" Aitkin084
" Shuckard084
" Martin084
" Wilcox084
" Innes084
" Hedges084
" Adams084
" Twiddy084
" Schröder084
July 30." Padgett084
" Woods084
" King084
" Aitkin084
" Shuckard084
" Martin084
" Wilcox084
" Innes084
" Hedges084
" Adams084
" Twiddy084
" Schröder084
1000

Balance Sheet.

Dr.

1881.£s.d.
To Vintners' Company1000

Cr.

1881.£s.d.
By Almswomen1000

I certify that this and the foregoing statements are correct.

Dated this 24th day of March 1882.

(Signed) Chas. Lomas, Clerk to the Vintners' Company.

Statement of the Accounts of the Charity called "Pierpoint's Gift" in the City of London, of which the Trustees are the Master, Wardens, and Freemen, and Commonalty of the Mystery of Vintners of the City of London commonly called " The Vintners' Company." For the year ending 31st December 1881.

Income and Revenue for the Year ending 31st December 1881.

Description of Property.Gross Annual Income.Outgoings.Net Annual Income.Sums Received.Arrears 31st Dec. 1881.
£s.d.£s.d.£s.d.
6l. per annum chargeable upon the Vintners' Company.600None.600600

Receipts.

£s.d.
1881. Mar.To Vintners' Company1100
June.Do. do.1100
Sept.Do. do.1100
Dec.Do. do.1100
600

Expenditure.

£s.d.
1881. Mar. 31.Paid almswomen, viz.:—
Mrs. Padgett026
" Woods026
" King026
" Aitkin026
" Shuckard026
" Martin026
" Wilcox026
" Innes026
" Hedges026
" Adams026
" Twiddy026
" Schröder026
June 30.Paid almswomen, viz.:—
Mrs. Padgett026
" Woods026
" King026
" Aitkin026
" Shuckard026
" Martin026
" Wilcox026
" Innes026
" Hedges026
" Adams026
" Twiddy026
" Schrouml;der026
Sept. 30.Paid almswomen, viz.:—
Mrs. Padgett026
" Woods026
" King026
" Aitkin026
" Shuckard026
" Martin026
" Wilcox026
" Innes026
" Hedges026
" Adams026
" Twiddy026
" Schröder026
Dec. 31.Paid almswomen, viz.:—
Mrs. Padgett026
" Woods026
" King026
" Aitkin026
" Shuckard026
" Martin026
" Wilcox026
" Innes026
" Hedges026
" Adams026
" Twiddy026
" Schröder026
600

Balance Sheet.

Dr.

£s.d.
1881. To Vintners' Company600

Cr.

£s.d.
1881. By Almswomen600

I certify that this and the foregoing statements are correct.

Dated this 24th day of March 1882.

(Signed) Chas. Lomas, Clerk to the Vintners' Company.

Statement of the Accounts of the Charity called "Mervayle's and other Gifts" in the City of London, of which the Trustees are the Master, Wardens, and Freemen, and Commonalty of the Mystery of Vintners of the City of London, commonly called " The Vintners' Company." For the Year ending 31st December 1881.

Income and Revenue for the Year ending 31st December 1881.

Description of Property.Tenants.Term.Gross Annual Income.Outgoings.Net Annual Income.Arrears due 31st Dec. 1880.Sums Received.Arrears due 31st Dec. 1881.
£s.d.£s.d.£s.d.£s.d.£s.d.
A freehold messuage or tenement, buildings, and premises, standing and being on the north side of Lombard Street, in the parish of St. Edmund the King, in the city of London, and forming part of the banking establishment of Messrs. Barclay & Co.Robert Cooper Lee Bevan, Henry Tritton, Joseph Gurney Barclay, and Francis Augustus Bevan.99 years from Michaelmas 1862, at a rent of 900l. per annum.90000None.90000450009000045000
Skidmore's Gift100100100
Bullock's Gift100100100
Cox's Gift210021002100
Young's Gift300300300
Stowell's Gift100100100

Receipts.

£s.d.
1881. Feb. 17.To Messrs. Barclay & Co. for half a year's rent to Christmas 188045000
July 22." Messrs. Barclay & Co. for half a year's rent to Midsummer 188145000
" Vintner's Company Skidmore's Gift100
" Do. Bullock's Gift100
" Do. Cox's Gift2100
" Do. Young's Gift300
" Do. Stowell's100
Carried forward£908100
1881.Brought forward908100
Carried forward£908100
1881.Brought forward908100
Carried forward£908100
Brought forward908100
Carried forward£908100
1881. Brought forward908100
Carried forward£908100
1881.Brought forward908100
908100

Expenditure.

£s.d.£s.d.
1881. Jan. 31.By almswomen, viz.:—
Mrs. Padgett250
" Woods250
" King250
" Aitkin250
" Shuckard250
" Martin250
" Wilcox250
" Innes250
" Hedges250
" Adams250
" Twiddy250
" Schröder250
2700
Feb. 28.By almswomen, viz.:—
Mrs. Padgett250
" Woods250
" King250
" Aitkin250
" Shuckard250
" Martin250
" Wilcox250
" Innes250
" Hedges250
" Adams250
" Twiddy250
" Schröder250
2700
Mar. 2.By decayed members, viz.:—
Edward G. Cuff7100
William James7100
Edward James7100
John Laport7100
James Law400
Thomas Twiddy400
Henry Shank400
Thomas Wallace400
John Ramsay2100
George F. Crespin2100
William Payne2100
Alfred B. Lambe2100
Josh. H. Houseman2100
Sidney G. Bower220
Edward Imms220
Edward Hart220
64160
" By quarterly applicant poor, viz.:—
Sarah Lingham3136
Sophia Frisby3136
Mary A. Chipping3136
Cathe. Wild3136
Julia A. Meyer3136
Sarah Baley3136
Martha Pope3136
Ehza Butler3136
Jane Shank3136
Cathe. Peters3136
Carried forward36150118160
1881.Brought forward36150118160
Mar. 2.By quarterly applicant poor, viz.:—
Jessie Blackwell3136
Jane Davis3136
Mary C. Rich3136
Harriet Henshaw3136
Elizabeth Cole3136
Elizabeth Hester3136
Sidney G. Bower3136
Edward Imms3136
Edward Hart3136
Elizabeth McLaren330
Jane Hutchinson330
Emily Shenton330
Ellen Savory330
Frances Larter330
Martha English330
Emily Hague330
Emma Berwick330
Mary A. Clark330
Ellen Price330
Mary Lambert330
Arabella Viret330
Fanny Hunt330
Cathe. Kemp330
Carole. Dixon330
Sophia A. Seager330
Sarah Vaughan330
Cathe. Broughton330
Harriet Symmonds330
129136
" 10. By votes of court, viz.:—
Cathe. Kemp550
Annie S. Wright500
1050
" 10. By annuities to—
Mary A. Garland12100
" 31.By almswomen, viz.:—
Mrs. Padgett250
" Woods250
" King250
" Aitkin250
" Shuckard250
" Martin250
" Wilcox250
" Innes250
" Hedges250
" Adams250
" Twiddy250
" Schroder250
do. ¼ as matron220
2920
Apr. 14.By vote of court to—
Wm. T. H. Symmonds550
" 30.By almswomen, viz.:—
Mrs. Padgett250
" Woods250
" King250
" Aitkin250
" Shuckard250
" Martin250
" Wilcox250
" Innes250
" Hedges250
" Adams250
" Twiddy250
" Schröder250
2700
May 12.By votes of court, viz.:—
William Payne10100
Sarah J. Nichols550
15150
" 31By almswomen, viz.:—
Mrs. Padgett250
" Woods250
" King250
" Aitkin250
" Shuckard250
" Martin250
" Wilcox250
" Innes250
" Hedges250
" Adams250
" Twiddy250
" Schröder250
2700
Carried forward37566
1881. Brought forward37566
June 1.By decayed members, viz:—
Edward G. Cuff7100
William James7100
Edward James7100
John Laport7100
John Law400
Thomas Twiddy400
Henry Shank400
Thomas Wallace400
John Ramsay2100
Geo. F. Crespin2100
Wm. Payne2100
Josh. H. Houseman2100
Edward Imms2100
Edward Hart220
60120
"By quarterly applicant poor, viz:—
Sarah Lingham3136
Sophia Frisby3136
Mary A. Chipping3136
Cathe. Wild3136
Julia A. Meyer3136
Sarah Baley3136
Martha Pope3136
Eliza Butler3136
Jane Shank3136
Cathe. Peters3136
Jessie Blackwell3136
Jane Davis3136
Mary C. Rich3136
Harriet Henshaw3136
Elizabeth Cole3136
Elizabeth Hester3136
Edward Hart3136
Elizabeth McLaren330
Jane Hutchinson330
Emily Shenton330
Ellen Savory330
Frances Larter330
Martha English330
Emily Hague330
Emma Berwick330
Mary A. Clark330
Ellen Price330
Mary Lambert330
Arabella Viret330
Fanny Hunt330
Catherine Kemp330
Caroline Dixon330
Sophia A. Seager330
Catherine Broughton330
Harriet Symmonds330
Sarah J. Nicholes330
12266
" 10.By annuities, viz.:— Mary A. Garland12100
" 30.By almswomen, viz.:—
Mrs. Padgett250
" Woods250
" King250
" Aitkin250
" Shuckard250
" Martin250
" Wilcox250
" Immes250
" Hedges250
" Adams250
" Twiddy250
" Schröder250
" do. quarter as matron220
2920
July 14By vote of court to—
Wm. T. H. Symmonds550
" 30.By almswomen, viz.:—
Mrs. Padgett, monthly allowance, 2l. 5s.; in lieu of coals, 5l.; in lieu of provisions, 10s. 6d.806
Mrs. Woods do.806
" King do.806
" Aitkin do.806
" Shuckard do.806
" Martin do.806
" Wilcox do.806
" Innes do.806
" Hedges do.806
" Adams do.806
" Twiddy do.806
" Schröder do.806
9660
Carried forward70180
1881.Brought forward70180
Aug. 31.By almswomen, viz.:—
Mrs. Padgett250
" Woods250
" King250
" Aitkin250
" Shuckard250
" Martin250
" Wilcox250
" Innes250
" Hedges250
" Adams250
" Twiddy250
" Schröder250
2700
Sept. 28.By decayed members, viz.:—
Edward G. Cuff1000
William James1000
Edward James1000
John Laport1000
James Law500
Thomas Twiddy500
Henry Shank500
Thomas Wallace500
John Ramsay3100
Geo. F. Crespin3100
William Payne3100
Joseph H. Houseman3100
Edward Imms3100
Edward Hart220
79120
" By quarterly applicant poor, viz.:—
Sophia Frisby4176
Mary A. Chipping4176
Catherine Wild4176
Julia A. Meyer4176
Sarah Baley4176
Martha Pope4176
Eliza Butler4176
Jane Shank4176
Catherine Peters4176
Jessie Blackwell4176
Jane Davis4176
Mary C. Rich4176
Harriet Henshaw4176
Elizabeth Cole4176
Elizabeth Hester4176
Edward Hart4176
Elizabeth McLaren3136
Jane Hutchinson3136
Emily Shenton3136
Ellen Savory3136
Frances Larter3136
Martha English3136
Emily Hague3136
Emma Berwick3136
Mary A. Clark3136
Ellen Price3136
Mary Lambert3136
Arabella Viret3136
Fanny Hunt3136
Catherine Kemp3136
Caroline Dixon3136
Sophia A. Seager3136
Catherine Broughton3136
Harriet Symmonds3136
Sarah J. Nicholes3136
147166
Sept. 29.By votes of court, viz.:—
Harriet and Thos. Henshaw1000
Mary A. Stephens550
1550
Sept. 30.By annuities, viz.:—
Mary A. Garland12100
" By almswomen, viz.:—
Mrs. Padgett300
" Woods300
" King300
" Aitkin300
" Shuckard300
" Martin300
" Wilcox300
" Immes300
" Hedges300
" Adams300
" Twiddy300
" Schröder300
" Do. quarter as matron220
3820
Carried forward1,021136
1881.Brought forward1,021136
Oct. 13.By vote of court to—
Wm. T. H. Symmonds550
"By almswomen, viz.:—
Mrs. Padgett110
" Woods110
" King110
" Aitkin110
" Shuckard110
" Martin110
" Wilcox110
" Immes110
" Hedges110
" Adams110
" Twiddy110
" Schröder110
12120
Oct. 31.By almswomen, viz.:—
Mrs. Padgett300
" Woods300
" King300
" Aitkin300
" Shuckard300
" Martin300
" Wilcox300
" Innes300
" Hedges300
" Adams300
" Twiddy300
" Schröder300
3600
Nov. 24.By votes of court, viz.:—
Sophia A. Wills550
Eliza Wyatt500
1050
" 30.By almswomen, viz.:—
Mrs. Padgett, month's allowance, 3l.; in lien of provisions, 10s. 6d.3106
Mrs. Woods do.3106
" King do.3105
" Aitkin do.3106
" Shuckard do.3106
" Martin3106
" Wilcox3106
" Innes3106
" Hedges3106
" Adams3106
" Twiddy3106
" Schröder3106
4260
Dec. 8.By vote of court, to— Edwin Truss10100
" 20.By annuities, viz.:—
Mary A. Garland12100
" 28.By decayed members, viz.:—
Edward G. Cuff1000
William James1000
Edward James1000
John Laport1000
James Law500
Thomas Twiddy500
Henry Shank500
Thomas Wallace500
John Ramsay3100
Geo. F. Crespin3100
William Payne3100
Josh. H. Houseman3100
Edward Imms3100
77100
"By quarterly applicant poor, viz.:—
Sophia Frisby916
Mary A. Chipping916
Cathe. Wild916
Julia A. Meyer916
Sarah Baley916
Martha Pope916
Eliza Butler916
Jane Shank916
Catherine Peters916
Jane Davis916
Mary C. Rich916
Elizabeth Cole916
Elizabeth Hester916
Ellen Savory916
Edward Hart916
Edwin Truss916
Elizabeth McLaren5156
Carried forward1501961,228116
1881.Brought forward1501961,228116
Dec.28Jane Hutchinson5156
Emily Shenton5156
Frances Larter5156
Martha English5156
Emily Hague5156
Emma Berwick5156
Mary A. Clark5156
Ellen Price5156
Mary Lambert5156
Arabella Viret5156
Fanny Hunt5156
Catherine Kemp5156
Caroline Dixon5156
Sophia, A, Seager5156
Catherine Broughton5156
Harriet Symmonds5156
Sarah L. Nicholes5156
" 31.By almswomen, viz.;—24930
Mrs. Padgett300
" Woods300
" King300
" Aitkin300
" Shuckard300
" Martin300
" Wilcox300
" Immes300
" Hedges300
" Adams300
" Twiddy300
" Schroder300
" Do. quarter as matron220
3820
1,515166

Balance Sheet.

Dr.

£s.d.
1. To one year's rent90000
" Skildmore's Gift100
" Bullock's "100
" Cox's "2100
" Young's "300
" Stowell's "100
" Balance "607466
1,515166

Cr.

£s.d.
1881.By decayed members282100
" quarterly applicant poor648196
" almswomen456120
" annuities5000
" votes of court on petitions77150
1,515166

I certify that this and the foregoing statements are correct, Dated this 24th day March 1882.

(Signed) Chas. Lomas, Clerk to the Vintners' Company.

Statement of the Accounts of the Charity called "Peacock's Gift" in the City of London, of which the Trustees are the Master, Wardens, and Freemen, and Commonalty of the Mystery of Vintners of the City of London, commonly called " The Vintners' Company." For the year ending 31st December 1881.

Income And Revenue For The Year Ending 31st December 1881.

Description of Property.In whose Name invested.Gross Annual Income.Outgoings.Net Annual Income.Sums Received.Arrears 31st Dec. 1881.
£s.d.£s.d.£s.d.
574l. 8s. 2d. New Two and a half per Cents., being the produce of a legacy of John Henry peacock in the year 1849 of 500l. for the benefit of the Company's almswomen.The Master, Wardens, and Freemen, and Commonalty of the Mystery of Vintners of the city of London.1472None.14721472

Receipts.

£s.d.
1881. Jan.To half a year's dividends737
July.Do. do.737
1472

Expenditure.

£s.d.
1881 July 30.Paid almswomen, viz.:—
Mrs. Padgett140
" Woods140
" King140
" Aitkin140
" Shuckard140
" Martin140
" Wilcox140
" Innes140
" Hedges140
" Adams140
" Twiddy140
" Schröder140
1480

Balance Sheet.

Dr.

£s.d.
1881.To dividends1472
" balance0010
1480

Cr.

£s.d.
1881.By almswomen1480
1480

I certify that this and the foregoing statements are correct,
Dated this 24th day of March 1882,
(Signed) Chas. Lomas,
Clerk to the Vintners' Company.