St Dionis Backchurch Parish:
Workhouse Inquest (Visitation) Minute Books

20th May 1761 - 29th April 1788

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Image 13 of 1713rd August 1762

The Poor were called in, and examined when Elizabeth
< no role > made complaint in the Name of all the Revt
that they had but one Pint of small Beer on their
Meat Days, which on enquiry of Mr: Birch was found
to be the Quantity they was to have by our Agreement
with them and thought to be sufficient, as they had on
those Days Broth for Supper. No other complaints
were made. Elizabeth Holdsworth< no role > not having been
at Home since the Morning it was thought she had
gained admittance into the London Infirmary .

5th: July 1762 .

Mr,, James Heberts< no role > Junr ,. Church Warden

Mr. George Maynard< no role >
Mr. Peter Pope< no role >
Mr. Henry Newtons< no role > }
Overseers .

The Poor were called in and examined had no Cone
Plaints. Margaret Harris< no role > desir'd some Physick
for her Face, Ordered Mr, Birch to Provide her some
Salts and Manna.

3d. August 1762

Mrs. James Heberts< no role > Junr . Church Warden

Mrs. Richard James< no role >
Mrs. Henry Newton< no role > }
Overseers .

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