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

6th March 1766 - 23rd May 1769

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Image 336 of 38710th December 1768


to wit
Sarah Powell< no role > Aged about Thirty Years
on her Oath Says She was never Married Says She
was bound an Apprentice by the Church Wardens
and Overseers of the Parish of St. Botolph Aldgate
in the City of London to one Joseph Port< no role > ofin Red
Bull Yard in the Parish of Saint James Clerkenwell
Says her Master Using her very ill upon her
Complaint to the Justices of the Peace were by
them discharged from her Apprenticeship
Says She afterwards went to live as a hired
Servant with one Joseph Guy< no role > who then kept
the Sign of the Cheshire Chees in Woods Close
in the said Parish of Saint James
Clerkenwell and lived with him upwards of
Fourteen Months at the Yearly Wages of Three
Pounds and quitted her Masters Service about
five Months and hath not Since Rented House
paid Taxes or lived a hired Yearly Servant
for one Year

Sworn this 10th Day of
Decr. 1768
W Kylynge Thos. Kynaston< no role > }

Sarah [mark] Powell< no role >

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