Puttenham, Surrey – Work of the Parish Constables 1828 – 1857

This page forms part of the Puttenham One-Place Study – listed in chronological order.

  • 1821 – George PENFOLD as Constable – an account for his years work.
  • 1821 – Edward HOLLOWAY “to taking an account of the population of Puttenham.
  • 1822 – Rate Demand.
  • 1828 – Rate Demand.
  • 1828 – Mr MAY account to Mr James SMITH
  • 1829 – Hannah WOODS of Wigan, late of Puttenham, Peter ROE, Spinner of Wigan -Order for the Puttenham Constable to apprehend.
  • 1829 – Mr SIMMONDS – Guardiant (sic) to James SMITH Overseer
  • 1829 – Various Poor Law Accounts.
  • 1829 – James SMITH – His account of his years work as constable.
  • 1829 – PENFOLD – Carpentry repairs in church (should be with churchwarden accounts)
  • 1829 – 1858  – Rate Demands & Payments.
  • 1834 – Rate Demand
  • 1838 – Notice about County Police Rate.
  • 1852 – William SIZENOR – Bill for his sustenance while in Custody.
  • 1852 – Committal fee for above.
  • 1853 – Two papers relating to committal of William TAYLOR while in Prison.
  • 1856 – Account for various clerical & sundry work.
  • 1857 – Alfred LINGPERSON – Account for his sustenance while in custody.
  • 1857 – Income tax receipt for overseers.

Sourced from material that is now located at the Surrey History Centre at Woking, Surrey.

About Julie Goucher

Genealogist, Author, Presenter, native Guildfordian, avid note taker and journal writer. Lover of Books, Stationery & History; Surnames, Butcher & Orlando One-Name Studies. Pharos Tutor for all One-Name Studies/surname courses as well as Researching Ancestors from Continental Europe.
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