f [7a] (29 September–29 September) (Expenses)
|Item delivered to Master Branch Maior for to giue to Earle of Oxfordes players ye 2 daye of Iune||xx d.|
|Item given to ye Queenes plaiers at Master Brainch Maior his commaundiment||xx s.|
|More given the same plaiers in wine at Master Brainch Maior his commidiment||xvj d.|
This folio was missed in the modern foliation and has no number. A William Braunch, perhaps this man's father, was one of the first governors of Christ's Hospital (Preston, Christ's Hospital, Abingdon, p 57).
Record title: Chamberlains' Books
Shelfmark: TEMP ACC 245/175
Repository location: Reading
At the time of publication, this document was held at the Berkshire Record Office, where it was on temporary deposit from the Abingdon County Hall Museum.
1581–8; English; paper; ii + 91 + ii; 204mm x 16mm; modern foliation top right-hand corner with various other modern foliations at bottom of each folio; various booklets bound together; bound in brown cloth with leather corners and spine, title stamped on spine: 'Borough | of | Abingdon | Chamberlains Accounts | Michs 1582 | to | Michs 1588.'