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

21st November 1785 - 13th January 1787

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Image 62 of 1113rd August 1786

Middlesex ss

Jane Stevens< no role > the wife of George Stevens< no role >
maketh oath that her said husband is lately gone
away from her to places to her entirely unknown and left her
destitute of Support That she has been Credibly informed
& which she believes to be true that her said husband
was heretofore hired & lived as a hired Servant at Certain
Wages by & with Mr David King< no role > Cordwainer in East Smithfield
in the Parish of St Botolph without Aldgate in the Said
County & Continued in such service for the Space of two
Years and upwards in the said Parish That to her
Knowledge information or belief her said husband
did not afterwards live as a hired Servant for the
Space of a year elsewhere or rent a house of Ten
Pounds a year or upwards or Serve any Parish office
or pay any Poors Rates or Kings Taxes or do any Act
to gain a subsequent Settlement That she hath a
Child named Frances< no role > Aged about one Year & ten Months
the lawful issue of this Deponent by her Said husband
to whom she was lawful Married

Sworn this. 3. day of
August 1786 before
R Davies

The Mark of
Jane Stevens< no role >

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