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

21st November 1785 - 13th January 1787

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Image 47 of 11113th June 1786

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Elizabeth Sells< no role > the wife of William Sells< no role >
(who is now absent from her by reason of Sickness) maketh
oath that She has been informed by her Said husband &
Which She believes to be true that he was heretofore hired.
& lived as a hired Servant by the Year at Certain Wages
by & with one Richardson a Victualler & who kept the
Sign of the White horse in Brick Street in the Parish of
St George Hanover Square in Westmr in the Said
County & Continued in Such Service under Such hiring
for the Space of two Years That her Said husband
to this Deponts Knowledge or belief has not Since Such
his Servitude rented a house of Ten Pounds a year or
upwards or Served any Parish Office or Paid Any
Poors Rates or Kings Taxes or done any Act to gain
a Subsequent Settlement That she hath a Child named
Elizabeth< no role > Aged about eight Years the lawful Issue of
this Deponent by her Said husband to whom She
was lawfully married

Sworn this. 13. day of
June 1786 before
R Davies J. Hawley

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

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