St Clement Danes Parish:
Pauper Settlement, Vagrancy and Bastardy Exams

31st March 1783 - 3rd August 1786

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Image 354 of 39114th February 1785

Saint Clement Danes


the Childn.
were passd.
away but
[..] dy havg.
[..] en passd.
to us
[..] ach. we
to take

to wit Ann Threader< no role > This name instance is in set 22324419. aged 52 years or thereabouts
upon her Oath says That she Intermarried with
John Threader< no role > her Husband about 30 years ago at the fleet
That he deserted her about Two Months afterwards That
she had no Children by him That since that time she
has never been with seen him or known anything
further than that she once heard he was married to
another Woman That she also heard he has been
dead some years That after he so deserted her, vizt. about
3 years after she lived and Cohabited with one Jacob
< no role > a Journeyman Shoemaker That she had three
Children by him vizt. Hannah< no role > a Female Child
aged about 14 years who was born at a House in
Bird Cage Alley in the parish of Saint George
Southwark of whom the said Jacob Wesley< no role > was
the father and such Child was Christened in the
parish Church of Saint George Southwark
by the name of Hannah Wesley< no role > That shortly
after the Birth of the Hannah< no role > she and the said
Jacob Wesley< no role > went to live in Queen Street in the
Parish of Saint Mary Overys That they lived
there at the House of a Mr. Cuthbert for some years
that she was delivered of a Male Child thereof which

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