p 64 (12 April–28 March) (Receipts)
|The whytsontyde money||iiij s. viij d.|
|The Hockinge money||xij s.|
|Item Receuid of hockinge money||xij s.|
|Item Receuid of the Supper money||iiij s. viij d.|
Edward Woodcocke was one of the churchwardens that year. The first entry that appears to be the general entry is totalled. The short entry for Woodcocke that contains the second identical hocking receipt is not totalled. It is probably a double entry.
Record title: St Mary's
Shelfmark: D/P 98/5/1
Repository location: Reading
The yearly accounts, in our period rendered on Good Friday, begin on p 33 with the accounts for 1555–6. The accounts to 1675 then follow on numbered pages. Subsequent accounts are also not paginated. The later parts of the book contain miscellaneous church records, including coloured plans for the church bound into the book at the year 1837. At the year 1885 there is a note on the improvement of the churchyard with a coloured plan.
1547–1907; English; paper with parchment flyleaves; ii + 415 + ii; 385mm x 275mm; modern pagination (4 unnumbered leaves, 128 leaves paginated 1–255 followed by 217 unnumbered leaves taking the accounts to 1907, these are followed by 66 blank leaves); some display capitals, later entries ruled in red; bound in tooled brown leather fraying at the edges, title stamped on front cover: 'Parish of St Mary | Reading | Churchwardens' Register | 1547 to (blank).'