St Clement Danes Parish:
Registers of Poor Children under 14 years in Parish Care
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1767 - 1786

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Image 36 of 292 1769


Year 1769

Schedule C.

Annual Register of the Parish Poor Children until they are APPRENTICED out from the 1st. day of January to the 31st. day of December,
of the PARISH of Saint Clement Danes in the Liberty of Westminster (where there is not a Work-house or Parish-house) according to the Acts of
Parliament of the Second and Seventh of his Majesty King George the Third.

London Sold by T. Major Engraver;
on the Pav'd Stones St. Martins Lane.

NB It will be most convenient to abreviate these Months this Jan, Feb, Mar, Apr, Aug, Sep, Oct, Nov, Dec.

Name of the Child.
If a Foundling, markF.
If a BastardB.
If a CasualtyC.
If the same Child is taken in a Second
time mark the Second Entry of the
Name2.
If a third time3.
Etc.

Age
real or
reputed.
YearsY.
MonthsM.
DaysD.

When received
Under the Care
of the Parish
If bornB.

If Money be
received with any
Child, what Sum,
such Sum not to be
transferred from
Year to Year.

Name and place of Abode
of the Person by whom the Child
is received on the Parish Account,
till sent into the Country.

Where sent if received.
post Six Years of Age,
and in What Work
employed.
If Can readr.
If can say his or her
prayersp.
If bothr.p.

When sent to the Hospital
for exposed and deserted
Young Children.
If removed or passed, to
what Place.
If discharged from the Parish,
to whom delivered, and where
living.

Nurse's Name to whom delivered
to be nursed.
If a Wet Nurse, markW.
If a dry NurseD.
If the Nurse dies, or is changed,
write the Name of the new Nurse
Under the former.
If nursed by the Mother,
markM.

Place where the
Nurse lives, in what
Street, or near what
Sign so as to be
found.

Price of nursing each Week

Bounty
to
Nurses

If died
at nurse,
when

If discharged from the
Parish, Mention to whom
and where living.
If apprenticed out, or
Placed out to service,
mention Folio in the
Apprentice Register.

Ann Westley< no role >
Y.
10
M.
D.
.
S.
D.
Nurse Gibson as before
Nurse Stacey D
as before
2.6
.
S.
D.

Mary Pike< no role >
11
Do
Do
Do
2.6

Elizth. Curtis< no role >
11
To Nurse Gibson
{Old Boswell Court}
2.3

Edward Kirk< no role >
10
Do
Do
2.3

Charles Durant< no role >
10
Do
Nurse Stacey D
as above
2.6

Thomas Osborn< no role >
8
Do
Do
Do
2.6

John Murphy< no role >
Do
Do
2.6
4th April 1769

Elizabeth Davis< no role >
4
Do
Do
2.6

John Ryland< no role >
Do
Do
2.6
11th. April 1769

Elizth. Brinell< no role >
4
6th Decr. 1769
Nurse Poole as before
Do
Do
2.6
20. Decr. 69

Margt. Galpin< no role > B
1
1
14
Nurse Turbank
Lowlayton
3
14th June 1770

Sarah Roberts< no role >
4
0
6 Febry. 1769
Rutter
Nurse Stacey D
Epping Forest
2.6
14th Decr. 69

Isabella Heaton< no role >
3
2d Septr. 1769
Nurse Poole as above
Nurse Aldridge D
Do
3
27 Augt. 1769
Memorandum
137 Children were relieved
by the Parish in the Course
of the Year who were in
the Hands of Mothers 127
of which are remaining
alive

Wm. Wilmot< no role >
Henr. Wallis< no role >
Jos. Marshall< no role >
Wm. Maning< no role >
Wm. Woodley< no role >
Lancelott Burton< no role > [..]
[..] } Vestry Men

Wm [..]

Richd Prior< no role >
Tho. Rust< no role > } Churchwardens

Edward Prior< no role >
St. Kinnell
Davd Dewsbery< no role > } Overseers of the Poor

E Combe Vestry Clerk
Witness to the Signing [..]
[..] Sidebotham




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