Declaration of Trust, 14 December 1739
1. Edward Howse, city of Bath, Apothecary, Henry Dolling, p. Lyncombe and Widcombe, Malster, John Dallamore The Younger, city of bath, Malster, John Blatchly, of Batheaston, Shopkeeper, Thomas Penny of Bathwick, Linen Draper, Gratious Stride, p. Walcot, Carpenter, and Isaac Axford, city of Bath, Brazier.
Reciting: Lease, 23 July 1729
1. Mayor, Aldermen and Citizens of the city of Bath
2. Edward Howse, Henry Dolling, John Dallamore, John Blatchly, Thomas Penny, Gratious Stide and Isaac Axford
All that messuage or tenement made use of as a Meeting House, situate in Frog Lane, between a stable of James Gibbs on the east, a tenement of Dr. Stevenson on the west, abutting backwards on a stable of Gratious Stride on the north, and opening to Frog Lane on the south.
Declaration that the parties of 1. hold the aforesaid Lease in trust as Trustees for the said Meeting House
Appended: Appointment of New Trustees, 28 April 1746
Appointment of James Roffee of Duke Street, city of Bath, Esq., James Sperin Junior of Twiverton [Twerton], Gent., and Thomas Blatchly of Batheaston, Shopkeeper, as trustees with consent of Edward Howse, Henry Dolling, and Isacc Axford the surviving trustees.