Diary of Rev Edward Stevens

Saturday, 2nd June, 1877 

Mr Thomas Hitchcox called. Paid him for stubble and lime supplied for repairs at the Heath Farm and for straw for myself. For the stubble he charged £2 per load. For the straw £4 per load.

Miss Gibbs formerly of the Elm, Sibford Ferris, called and asked me to let her have a copy of marriage register relating to her sister’s marriage with Mr ?? Hitchcock of Charwelton, Daventry.

John Horsman called. Paid him £5 odd for mason’s work at the Heath Farm. The wages are as follows:

  • Masons 4/6 per day
  • Labourer 2/8 per day
  • Boy 1/4 per day

Sunday, 3rd June, 1877

Holy Communion – offertories for the Diocesan Education Society. Bishop’s letter. Attended Sunday School this afternoon.

Preached at Brailes this evening for Mr Smith who was not very well.

Read about the Rev Edward Stevens here.