Plaque to George Timbrill, Hanbury

Recent Photograph of Plaque to George Timbrill (Hanbury)

The Inscription reads:

Near to this place lieth the body of George TIMBRILL
the Elder, who dyed the third day of January. A.Dom. 1703
Who left the use of the poor ten shillings yearly for ever viz
5 shillings to the poor of the village of Hanbury and 5 shillings
to the poor of the village of Draycott to be paid every year
on St Thomas Day, out the profits of a peece of ground called
by the name of The Fivelands and adjoyning on the west side
to the croft or cow pasture belonging to Paynters Tenement
situate within the Manor of Hanbury

(Transcription provided by Alf Beard)


Image contributed by Alf Beard on 9th June 2004.
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