St Botolph Aldgate Parish:
Apprenticeship Indentures and Disciplinary Cases

6th August 1691 - 21st August 1700

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This Indenture made the Twenty First - day of August in the Twelfth Year
of ye Reigned of our Soveraign Lord William the Third by the Grace of God of England Scotland France
and Ireland KingDefender of the Faith Etc Annoque Dom 1700 Witnesseth that Stephen
< no role > and Henry Todd< no role > Churchwardens of the Parish of Buttolph Aldgate in the City of London
And John Cullerend< no role > of theOverseers of the Poor of the Said Parish by and with
the Consent of his Majesties Justices of Peace of the Said City whose Names are hereunto Subscribed have
Put & Placed & by these Pesents do put & Place Francis Baker< no role > a Poor Child of the Said Parish Apprentice to John Cartar< no role >
of the Parish of Stepney in ye County of Middx Cook with him to dwell and Serve from the day of the date of these presents
unto the full end and terme of Seven Yeares from thence next ensueing and fully to be compleate and
endedDuring all which term the Said Apprentice her Said Master
faithfully Shall Serve in all lawfull businesses according to her power, wit and ability; and honestly, orderly, and Obediently
in all things demean and behave herself towards her Said Master - and all his during the Said term And the Said John
Cartar the Master doth covenant and grant for himself his Executors and Administrators to and with the Said Church
wardens and Overseers, and every of them, their and every of their Executors and Administrators, and their and every
of their Sum Essors, for the time being by these Pesents, That he the Said Masterthe Said Apprentice, in the
Art of good house wisery Shall teach & instruct or cause to be taught & instructed And Shall & will during
all the term aforesaid, find provid and allow unto the said Apprentice meet, competent, and Sufficient Meat, Drink, Apparts,
Lodging Washing and all other things, necessary and fit for an Apprentice And also Shall and will So Provide for the Said
Apprentice , that [..] be not any way a charge to the Said Parish or the Parishioners of the Same; but of and from all charge Shall
and will Save the Said Parish and Parishioners [..] and indempnified during the [..] term And at the End of the Said
term Shall and will make Provide, allow, and deliver unto the said Apprentice double Apparel of all sorts, good and new, that
is to Say, a good new suit for the Holy dayes and another for the Working dayes In Witness wheof the Pties above Said
to these Prsent Indentures interchangably have put theire hands and Seales the day and year above written.

Sealed and delivered
in the Prsence of
John Mumford< no role >
John Fowles< no role >
Jere: Bentham< no role > [..] Serve Mr Brent Sir

We whose Names are subscribed Justices of the Peace of the
City of London - aforesaid do (as much as in us lie) consent to
the putting forth of the abovesaid Francis Baker< no role > - Appren-
tice according to the intent and meaning of the Indenture abovesaid.

John Moore< no role >
Robt Geffery< no role >

John Carter< no role >

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