f , col 2 (29 September–29 September) (Disbursements)
|Item to mr Christopher Thompson ye 18th of May. 4 li. – 6 s. – 8 d. which hee said was due as followeth. videlicet 3 li. for the waites cloakes. and 1 li. 6 s. 8 d. which was due ye year before||4 – 6 – 8|
this hee allowed in his mar closes Rent
Christopher Thompson, draper and merchant tailor, served as senior bailiff in 1637 and 1644, but it seems more likely that he is being paid here for making the waits' liveries, than in his administrative capacity (Corporation Minute Book 1621–49, NYCRO DC/SCB II/1/1/1; Jack Binns, letter to editor, 21 October 2019).
Record title: Scarborough
Shelfmark: DC/SCB VI/1
Repository location: Northallerton
The chamberlains and the wardens of St Mary's Church submitted their accounts together on Michaelmas.
1638–9; English; paper; 2 leaves; 300mm x 200mm; unfoliated.