Church document details


The London Gazette.


Various parishes - Setting of temporary stipend.


3 Jun 1910.


WE, the Ecclesiastical Commissioners for England, acting in pursuance of the Act of the twenty-ninth and thirtieth years of Her late Majesty Queen Victoria, chapter one hundred and eleven, section five, do hereby, subject as hereinafter mentioned, grant to the Incumbent of each of the benefices, in the county of Sussex and in the diocese of Chichester, whereof the names are stated in the first column of the schedule hereunder written, and to the successors of each such Incumbent, being Incumbents, of the same benefice, the temporary yearly sum or stipend the amount whereof is stated in the second column of the said schedule opposite the name of such benefice, each temporary yearly sum or stipend to be payable out of the common fund under our control, and to be calculated as from the first day of February, in the year one thousand nine hundred and ten, and to be receivable in equal quarterly portions on the first day of February, the first day of May, the first day of August, and the first day of November in each and every year so long as the same shall continue payable: Provided always in respect to each and every one of the benefices named in the said schedule that upon a transfer (as defined in the Benefices Act. 1898), of the right of patronage of the benefice, the temporary, yearly sum, or stipend hereby granted to the Incumbent thereof shall forthwith cease and determine.

In witness whereof, we have hereunto set our common seal, this twenty-sixth day of May, in the year one thousand nine hundred and ten.

The Schedule above mentioned.

Diocese of Chichester.

Benefice., Temporary yearly sum or stipend. (£)

Danehill V, 86

Denton R., 41

Eridge Green V., 50

Laughton V., 32

Lindfield V., 29

Midhurst V., 32

Singleton R., 106

Transcription details

Transcribed by: Michael Metcalfe.

Church(es) covered:

All Saints, All Saints, All Saints, Holy Trinity, St Leonard, St Mary Magdalene & St Denys, The Blessed Virgin Mary.

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