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

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Image 28 of 176 1793


Year 1793

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 December
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 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 [..]
Children passed
Six Years [..]
are emp [..]
in.
If can [..]
If can say [..]
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 mark,W.
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.

Thomas Roberts< no role > 5
Y.
4
M.
1
D.
13
10 Oct. 1793
.
S.
D.
11 Novemr: 1793
Ann Varwell< no role > D
Berking Side Essex
3s/
.
S.
D.

Joseph Roberts< no role > 3
23 Nov. 1791
10 Oct. 1793
11 Novemr. 1793
Ann Varwell< no role > D
Barking Side
3s/

Thomas Throp< no role > 2
14
-
-
11 Oct. 1793
Spins Je [..]
W.

John Anderson< no role >
9
-
-
23 Oct. 1793
Spins Je [..]
W

Jacob Anderson< no role >
7
-
-
23 Oct. 1793
11 November 1793
Mary Dow< no role > D
plaistow Essex
3/
W

Charles Anderson< no role >
2
-
-
23 Oct. 1793
11 November 1793
Marry Dow D
Plaistow
3s/

Joseph Anderson< no role >
-
-
21
23 Oct. 1793
nursed by his Mother
M

James Bendell< no role >
3
-
-
25 Oct. 1793
nursed by a Woman in the House

Thomas James Bendell< no role >
5
-
-
29 Oct. 1793

William Habersham< no role > otherwise Brutcher< no role > . B. .2
11
5
6
20 Nov. 1793
Spins Jer [..]
W

Richard Spratt< no role >
-
3
-
23d Novr. 1793
[..] 31st Decembr 1793 (nursed by his Mother till then)
discharged with his Mother

John Spratt< no role >
2
3d Decr 1793
31 Decemr. 1793 (nursed till then by his Mother)}
discharged with his Mother

John Rinser< no role > George Robinson< no role > .B.
-
7
-
28 Decr. 1793
nursed by his Mother

Patience Freeman< no role >
1
-
-
16 Novr. 1775
Spins Jer [..]

Margaret Baker< no role > Susannah Philps< no role > B. 2.
29 aug: 1779
26 May 1785
See this Years Regr. of Appres.

Eliz Mary Marchant< no role > 3.
8
-
-
8 July 1785
W. Yearly Servt to Ann Varwell< no role > at Plaistow Essex Barking Side Essex




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