ff 49–9v (Disbursements)
|Item to mr martin Atmarr the Wattes Cloakes: the 15 of December||03: - 16: - 06.|
|Item paid to William Oliuer for lace the same daie||00 - 07 - 09|
|Item makeing the sergeantes And Wattes clockes||00 - 14 - 04|
Since this series of payments involves both the waits' cloaks and their making, as well as lace for their decoration, all as separate entries, Martin Atmarr could be a middleman dealing with the payments to both the tailor and the lace maker. Atmarr is cited in the Scarborough White Vellum Book as a bailiff in 1635, 1638, and 1639 (Jeayes (ed), Vellum Book, pp 78, 84).
Record title: Scarborough
Chamberlains' and Churchwardens'
Shelfmark: DC/SCB IV/1
Repository location: Northallerton
The financial officers of the town (chamberlains) and of St Mary's Church (churchwardens) submitted their annual accounting together each Michaelmas.
Because the Record Office has been closed due to the Covid-19 pandemic, the transcriptions have not yet been checked for accuracy.
1612–45; English; paper; 137 + ii, unnumbered loose sheet slipped in between ff xxxiii and xxxiv; 300mm x 200mm; modern pencil foliation, i–lxxiv, 1–60 (numbered from end of book, ff 58–60 blank); contemporary parchment covers worn and cracked, stitching loose and broken; 19th-c. title on rectangle of white paper on front cover: 'GG5 | Disbursements of | Chamberlains & | Churchwardens | 1613 to 1638 | Receipt other end of Book' and on back cover, 'No 5 GG | Rent Receipt Book | 1613 to 1645 | Disbursements other end of | Book, 1613 to 1638.' Disbursements for the years 1638–44 are found at the end of the receipts section, ff 36–57.