St Botolph Aldgate Parish:
Registers of Poor Children under 14 years in Parish Care
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1792 - 1801

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Schedule B

Annual Register of the Parish Poor Children until they are APPRENTICED out from the 1st. day of January to the 31st. day of Decmber
of the PARISH of Saint Botolph Aldgate in the City of London (where there is a Work-house or Parish-house) according to the Acts of
Parliament of the Second and the Seventh of his Majesty King George the Third.

London Sold by T. Major Engraver
No. 5. Tavistock Row Covent Garden.

NB It will be most convenient to abreviate these Months thus Jan, Feb, Mar, Apr, Aug, Sep, Oct, Nov, Dec.

Name of the Child.
If a Foundling, markF.
If a BastardB.
If a CasualtyC.
If the same Child is taken in a second
Time, mark the second Entry of the
Name2.
If a third time3.
Etc.

Age real
or reputed.
at the time
when received.
YearsY.
MonthsM.
DaysD.

If born in the
Work-house ,
when.

If not
born in the
Work-house
when
admitted.

If Money be
received with
any Child, what
Sum, such Sum,
not to be trans-
ferred from
Year to Year.

When Died
in the
Work-house .

When sent from the
Work-house ,
and by whom nursed till
sent.

What work
Children passed
Six Years of Age
are employed
If can read
If can say his or
her prayers
If both

When sent to the
Hospital for exposed
and deserted young
Children.

If discharged from the
Parish to whom delivered,
and where living.
If removed or passed, to
what place.

Nurse's Name to whom
delivered to be nursed.
If a wet Nurse markW.
If a dry NurseD.
If the Nurse dies or is
changed, write the Name
of the new Nurse under
the former.
If nursed by the Mother,
markM.

Place
where the Nurse lives.
In what place,
or near what Sign,
so as to be found.

Price of nursing each Week.

Reward
given
to
Nurses.

If Died
at nurse.
when.

If past Six Years of
Age and brought to the
Work-house , markW
If discharged, mention
to whom, and where
living.
If Apprenticed, mention
Folio of the Register
of Apprentices.

Mary Ann Strange< no role > . B.
Y.
M.
D.
17 Decr. 1791
.
S.
D.
2d February 1792 nursed till then by her mother
Hannah Meredith< no role > . D.
Berking Side Essex }
2/6
.
S.
D.

Catherine Preston< no role >
11
-
-
3 Jany 1792
29 August 1792
discharged with her Mother
W

Maria Chaney< no role > C.
5
-
-
7th Jany 1792
6th. April 1792
discharged with her Mother

Rebecca Levy< no role >
31 Jany 1792
16 Augt . 1792
8th. March 1792 till 8 March 1792 (till then nursed by her then nursed by her Mother)Mother
Sarah Rastin< no role > . D.
plaistow Essex
2/6
15th Augt. 1792

Martha Kirby< no role > B
5 Mar. 1792
25 June 1792 (till then nursed by her Mother)
Mary Dowe< no role > . D.
Plaistow
2/6

Mary Sullivan< no role > B.
4
-
-
13 Apl. 1792
1st May 1792
Sarah Rastin< no role > . D.
Plaistow
2/6

Mary Williams< no role >
11th June 1792
6 July 1792 (till then nursed by her Mother)
discharged with her Mother}

Ann Prior< no role >
2
11
3
21st June 1792
2d Augt. 1792 (till then nursed by her Mother)
Sarah Rastin< no role > . D.
Plaistow
2/6

Fran Elizabeth Ann Edwards< no role >
28 Oct. 1792
nursed by her Mother

Sarah Broomhead< no role >
5
-
-
9 Dec: 1792
nursed by her Mother

Elizabeth Broomhead< no role >
3
-
-
9 Decr. 1792
nursed by her Mother


Wm: Coles< no role >
John Berney< no role >
Willm: Baker< no role >
David Steel< no role >
John Watts< no role >
Guardians

Sam Burton< no role >
John Smith< no role > } [..]

Stephen Ponder< no role >
[..] handle Wartham
John Ferris< no role >
[..] hes Wonmer} Overseers of the Poor

Jno Fisher< no role > } Vestry Clerk


Edwd Rogers< no role >
Master of the Workhouse




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