St Botolph Aldgate Parish:
Pauper Settlement, Vagrancy and Bastardy Exams
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13th July 1784 - 15th November 1785

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Image 37 of 12111th December 1784


Middlesex ss

Mary Stallard the widow of William
Stallard
deced maketh oath that divers years ago
her Said late husband lived in & rented a house the
Corner of Coopers Court upper East smithfield in
the parish of St Botolph without Aldgate in the Sd
County & was Charged to & paid Poors Rates for the
Same as he has informed this Depont & which She
believes to be true That her Sd husband to her
knowledge or belief did not afterwards do any Act
to gain a Subsequent Settlement elsewhere
That She this Deponent was lawfully married
to her Sd husband & Since his death hath not done
any Act to gain a Settlement for herself.


Sworn this 11 day of
Decemr 1784 before
R Davies

The Mark of
Mary [mark] Stallard

Middlesex ss}

Sarah Bullen the wife of Edward
Bullen
maketh oath that her Said husband is
lately gone away from her to places to her unknown
& She can give no Account respecting his place of
Settlement Save that he has informed her that he
was a Native of Ireland That She previous to her
Marriage with her Sd husband & When a Single woman
was hired & lived as a hired Servant by & with Mr.
Young a Victualler in the parish of St Botolph witht
Aldgate in the Sd County & Continued in Such Service
under Such hiring at Certain Wages for the Space
of one Whole year & upwards & has not Since done
any Act to gain a settlement elsewhere Save what
She may have Acquired by her Marriage That she
was lawfully married to her Sd husband by whom
She hash a Child now living Aged two Months namely
Mary the lawful issue of this Deponent by her Sd
husband.


Sworn this 11. day of
Decemr 1784 before
Robt. Smith

The Mark of
Sarah [mark] Bullen




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