St Clement Danes Parish:
Minutes of Parish Vestries

13th July 1787 - 6th August 1795

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Image 110 of 3569th October 1789

and Ordered that she be so continued

The Examination of Mary Dyer< no role > was next read as follows

That she is Aged between 75 & 76 Years-That
she was married to Matthew Dyer< no role > her late Husband
at the Parish Church of Saint James Piccadilly that
her Maiden Name was Taylor that her Husband
was an Oilman that they lived in long Acre for some
time after their Marriage at this Examinants Mother
That they then Removed to Russel Court where they
kept a House for about two Years that they then
moved to Vere Street in this Parish where they kept
House for about twenty three Years including the time
she lived there after her husbands Death That afer
her Husbans decease Mr. Payer the Butcher who
was then Churchwarden put her into the Almshouse
where she has continued ever since

After the Examination was read the Churchwarden
by the request of several Inhabitants put the
Question, Whether Mary Dyer< no role > last above named
was a person duly qualified to have been nominated
and put into the Almshouses of this Parish or not
And, Resolved that she was and is so duly qualified
and therefore Ordered that she be continued there
nem: con:

The Examination of Elizth. Coman was next
read over and is as followsVizt.

That she is a Single Woman that she kept a House
in Stanhope Street in this Parish for about seven
Years that previous thereto she had lived as Servant
with her Brother in Law in Hilford Lane for
about ten Years that she Never was Married and
that she was put into the Almshouse by Mr. Wright
the then Churchwarden about eight Years ago.

Upon the Examination being read the like
Question was by the request of the several

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