St Botolph Aldgate Parish:
Churchwardens and Overseers of the Poor Account Books
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1732 - 1759

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Disbursements of John Fawcett< no role > Upper Church Warden Anno Domini 1733

Kings Tax allowed To

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Mr. Edward Jolly< no role > - 17 -
Mr. Thomas Pepyat< no role > 1..5 -
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Pr Sundry's

Expended at the Time of Sumening the Overseers to acquaint them of the Sume of their Severall
Quota's and time of payment} - 6..6

To Nicholas Stingby towards a Coffin for his Child- - 6
To Serving a Warrant on the Constable- - 6

To two Men informing me where the Woman was that left her two Children at the Workhouse
and aiding the Beadle and Constable} - 1..6

To a Bill from Mr Miller and Mr Johnson upon the said Woman's Account- 2..5
To Thomas Groves< no role > for Mrs Copewell towards the burying her Husband- 1 -
To Expences for self and two Overseers at the Assessing Houndsditch poors Rate Book- 4..6
To William Rawlins< no role > for burging John Sly< no role > one of the poor Children- 5..4
To the Bearers for burying a Man found dead in Goodmans Yard .- 2 -
To going about the Ward with the Overseers and Constables- 4 -
To Expences for self and Overseers at the Assessing of High Street Book- 4..6
To the two Men at the Workhouse for carrying a Child to be buryed- - 6
To Expences for self and Overseers at the Assessing of Barrs Precinct Book- 4..6
To Do for Tower Hill Precinct- 3 -
To Do: for Searching the Will of John Grace< no role > upon Mr. Longs Account- - 6
To Mr. Wallis for carrying the Man to the Watch-house and looking after him- -..9
To the Bearers for carrying the Corps from Tower hill Watch-house - 2 -
To Mr Taylor Wife of Michael Taylor< no role > to bear her Expences to Ware- 5 -
To two Women in the Workhouse for stripping the Man at Tower hill Watch-house - 1 -
To a poor Woman in her Way to Rochester being big with Child- - 6
To William Ruskin in his Way to Rochester - - 6
To a Watch man for Assisting the Beadle with a Sick Man in the Street- 1 -
To the Lord Mayors Officers- 1 -
To William Rawlins< no role > for burying one of the Children- 5 4
To the Bearers for burying a Man in Goodmans Yard -2 -
To the two Men at the Workhouse for stripping the Man in Goodmans Yard - 1 -
To a poor Woman in her Way to Colchester- - 6

To Mr Darby for his Trouble and Expences for receiving the Money for Coals for pursuant
to the precept} - 3..6




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