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Accounts Of The Stafford Town Bailiffs 1411-1412

These are the accounts of the two Bailiffs Thomas Barbour and William Whitegreve, running between All Saints Days, 1411-1412. The whole account covers a variety of payments and income. Sources of income include tolls, fairs, fines, and the sale of iron from the old gates. Expenditure includes the cost of the new fair, new gates, cleaning the market place, paving, time keepers, and the wages of swine herds.

( © Staffordshire Record Office D641/1/2/50 )

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Staffordshire Record OfficeWilliam Salt LibraryStoke on Trent City Archives