and a share in this property reverted to Christ Church. A part of it was sold in August 1925 and the balance in 1926, and the proceeds invested in bonds producing an income of about $800.00 per year. The total amount of the Baldwin Fund is therefore now April 1927, $71,000, and the annual income about $3,880.00.
THE HENRY H. SKINNER FUND
By the will of Henry H. Skinner, a Warden of this Church who died April 26, 1923, $25,000 was left to Christ Church, the principal to be invested in securities which were legal investments for Savings Banks, organized under the laws of Massachusetts and kept as a permanent fund, the income to be used for the general expenses of the parish. Under a vote of the Vestry the treasurer of the Church was the trustee of this fund. It has been invested as directed and the annual income is $1,250.
THE EDMUND P. KENDRICK FUND
In May 1925 there was received from Mrs. Edmund P. Kendrick and her son, the Rev. Raymond H. Kendrick, the sum of $5,000 as a Memorial of Edmund P. Kendrick, who for forty-one years, until his death had served the Parish as Vestryman and Warden: -- the principal to be kept as a permanent fund: the income to be used for the general expenses of the Parish. Under a vote of the Vestry the Treasurer of the Church was the trustee of this fund. The annual income is $270.
THE STANHOPE E. BLUNT FUND
By the will of Col. Stanhope E. Blunt, a vestryman and warden of Christ Church and the Treasurer at the time of his death, in March, 192, a bequest of $20,000 was left to Christ Church the income from which was to be used for the general expenses of the Church and the fund to be known as the Stanhope E. Blunt Fund.