Account Entries

The following entries in Accounts of the Dukes of Kingston 1725 to 1763 mention Christopher Panter.

Date Name Type Description Amount (£ s d)   Building link
29/9/1722 Christopher Panter rent for his Farm 20 - 00 - 00  
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29/9/1722 Christopher Panter rent for the Stockings 5 - 10 - 00  
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29/9/1722 Christopher Panter rent for his Farm Tyrells purchase 20 - 00 - 00  
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29/9/1722 Christopher Panter rent for the Stockings Tyrells purchase 5 - 10 - 00  
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29/9/1722 Christopher Panter rent for the Stockings Tyrells purchase 5 - 10 - 00  
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29/9/1725 Christopher Panter rent for his Farm 18 - 06 - 08  
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29/9/1725 Christopher Panter rent for the Stockings 5 - 10 - 00  
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29/9/1733 Christopher Panter rent for Great Hartshill 10 - 00 - 00  
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29/9/1733 Christopher Panter rent for Little Totthall Grounds 6 - 00 - 00  
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29/9/1735 Christopher Panter rent for Great Hartshill 10 - 00 - 00  
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29/9/1735 Christopher Panter rent for little Tothall Ground 6 - 00 - 00  
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29/9/1736 Christopher Panter rent for Hartshill 10 - 00 - 00  
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29/9/1736 Christopher Panter rent more for little Tothall Ground 6 - 00 - 00  
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Notes:  
  These records are extracted from the accounts of the Dukes of Kingston's estates in Hanslope from 1722, not long after the first Duke inherited Hanslope Park and considerable property in the Parish of Hanslope until 1763 when the second Duke sold the estates. One accounts book was prepared each year containing six to ten pages on each of the estates owned by the Dukes. The information recorded was probably prepared in Nottinghamshire from returns submitted by each local agent. They are prepared on the double entry principle with balancing entries representing amounts owned by the agent to the Duke (excess of income over expenditure). This balancing entry is recorded after detailed records of amounts transferred during the year to the Dukes' bank account in London.