St Botolph Aldgate Parish:
Pauper Settlement, Vagrancy and Bastardy Exams

21st November 1785 - 13th January 1787

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Image 24 of 11114th February 1786

Middlesex ss}

Elizabeth Fudge< no role > the widow of Simon Fudge< no role >
deced maketh oath that about three Years ago (& Since
her Said husbands death) She this Deponent lived in and
rented a house of one Thomas Bayly< no role > at the Yearly rent
of Twelve Pounds in the Parish of Saint George in the
Sd County of Middlesex and resided thereon for about
the Space of three months That She has not Since rented
a house of the Yearly rent or Value of Ten Pounds or
Paid any Poors rates or Kings Taxes or done any Act
to her Knowledge or belief to gain a subsequent settlement
That she hath a Child named Thomas Fudge< no role > aged About
Six Years and Six months the lawful issue of this
Deponent by her Said late husband to whom She was
lawfully married And also anothr Child named Margaret< no role >
(which has not as yet been baptized) aged about three
Years and one month which last mentioned Child was
born of this Deponents body in King Street in the
Said Parish of St George and is a Bastard by reason
that She this Deponent was never married to the Said
Childs Father whose name was Edward Swift< no role >

Sworn this 14. day of
Febry 1786 before
R Davies Tho: J: Cotton< no role >

The Mark of
Elizabeth [mark] Fudge< no role >

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