Mr. Nicholas Crisp being present and refusing to perform the Office of Church Warden——
Ordered that he pay his Fine pursuant to the act and that Mr Thomas Garret be Church Warden in his room.
It having this day been debated for the better encouragement of a Minister (for this precinct only) which is the most proper place to purchase for a Glebe it's unanimously agreed upon that the plantation now belonging to Mr Frederick Jones whereon the church now stands, is the fittest place can be thought on for that use: the tract of Land in Quantity containing five hundred acres.
It is therefore the humble Request of the Vestry that Edward Moseley Esqr (having now business into Virginia) will please to treat with Mr Frederick Jones concerning the purchase of the said Land and agree
Ordered that the Church Wardens endeavour to have the pulpit finished with all possible Speed as likewise the Desk and what other things belong to it as likewise to have the Church floor laid with Brick, but upon further Debate of the matter its agreed upon that the Floor shall be laid with plank as being the cheapest and most expeditious way of having it done.
There appearing upon the Adjousting of Mr John Blount's and Mr Nathaniel Chevin's account to the Vestry on the Eighteenth of April last. Mr Chevin remains Debtor to the public—£1 : sh19 : d2
Ordered that the Said £1 : s19 : d2 be paid to Mrs Mary Blount in part of forty shillings due to her by a former order.
Ordered that the Vestry meet at the Chapell the following Day to our next precinct court.