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

20th May 1761 - 29th April 1788

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Image 35 of 1711st October 1765

The Poor were all called in and severally examined when Elizabeth Thomas< no role >
wanted a pair of Shoes.

Mrs Kempton Complains that Mrs. Johnsons comming to her Son does him
great harm and makes him fret much and is therefore desirous she may
be kept away & Sarah Pierce< no role > complains of being Lodged with a Child and
a Woman that is Lousey and is Fearful she shall not get a place this the
Malice of her lousey Family

Mr. Birch promises the above Complaints shall be remedied and
on the 9 August Ann Hunter< no role > was sent to the House being taken in labour
in Lime Street ,

Sarah Pearce< no role > discharged 24 August

London 3 September 1765

Mr John Haydon< no role >
William Lem< no role > }
Church Wardens

Mr. William Kippax< no role > Overseer

The Poor were all called in and severally examined when Thomas
Gamell wanted a Cap- Mr, Birch was ordered to buy a Pair of
Old Shoes for Ann Hunter< no role > and to give the poor Six Pence a Piece
being eight in number.

Ann Hunter to be discharged the 6 Instant together with her Child.
Mr Cope sent to the House the 20 September & Catherine Reeves< no role > the 27
William Johnson< no role > discharged the 28 September

London the 1st October 1765 .

Mr, John Haydon< no role >
Mr William Lem< no role > .}
Ch. Warden

Mr William Kippax< no role >
Mr Francis Leach< no role >
Mr Peter Pope< no role > }

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