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Paddington 1890

[Report of the Medical Officer of Health for Paddington]

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REPORT, 1890-91.

Names and Description of the Persons in whom the Property is vested.Present Annual Income of the Property.Mode of Distribution.
By a deed dated 16th March, 1871, the ground rents of the estate were vested in the Rev. J. Moorhouse (now Bishop of Manchester) Benjamin Shaw (deceased) Charles M. Roche, solicitor R. C. Greatorex, (deceased) Charles Braid Wm. Ellis (deceased)£620 £420The Scheme of the 12th December, 1837, which regulates the Charity, provides that three-fifths are to be paid to the Chairmen of the Parochial National and Infant Schools in aid of such Schools, one-fifth to be applied in apprenticing Sons and Daughters of Poor Parishioners, and the remaining one-fifth in the distribution of bread, cheese, coals, blankets, and other necessary articles
By a deed dated 10th Oct., 1873, the ground rents of the estate were vested in Henry Morris Kemshead, J.P. (deceased) John Wilson (deceased) Robt. Evans (deceased) Wm. Urquhart, varnish manufacturer Wm. Naylor John H. Hunter The Paymaster-General on behalf of Chancery Division of the High Court of Justice£280 £298 7s. 8d.Same as that of Freehold Estate (pursuant to Order of the Court of Chancery, dated 12th December, 1837)