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

18th July 1755 - 24th August 1757

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Image 52 of 39520th September 1755


Thomas Macdonald< no role > upon Oath says he was born in the
Parish of St. Stephen in Waterford or in the Parish of Lisnikill in Ireland That he served
his Apprenticeship with Thomas Mullins< no role > in the Parish of
Lisnikill in the same County Taylor and never gained any Settlement in England Says that he Intermarried with
Sarah< no role > his Wife at the Fleet London about 11 Years since and hath,
4 Childn. by her namely Catherine< no role > aged about 10 Years born in
Dyott Street in the Parish of St. Giles in the Fields , Michael< no role > aged
about 7 Years born in the same House, John< no role > aged abot. 4 Years
born in Great Wild Street in the same Parish & Robert< no role > aged abt.
14 Months born in Stanhope Street in the Parish of St. Clement
Danes and the abovenanamed Sarah upon Oath says that before her
Marriage with the sd. Thos. Macdonald< no role > She lived a hired Yearly
Servant with Mr. Joseph Cross< no role > at the Turks head in Dyot Street St. Giles in the Fields
3 years or thereabouts at the Yearly Wages of 4. and says She did not
live in any other Service afterwards.

Sworn the 20th. Day of
Septr. 1755 before} Fran: Bedwell< no role > Barth: Hammond< no role >

The mark of
Thomas Macdonald< no role >

The mark of
Sarah Macdonald< no role >

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