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Vestry index: ‘Complainants’

Complainants

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Ann Adams 157 (shoes for boy)
?Jane Adams 175 (increase)
Sarah Adams m1, 62 (shoes for son), 68 (5/- pw), 70 (shoes), 121 (children ill), 124 (attending Buckingham family), 146 (being nursed?), 146, 177 (more money), 180 (frock for son), 180 (more relief), 181 (relief), 185 (all’ce)
W’m Adams 63 (shoes)
Widow Allen m1
Sarah Alton 62 (pay restored), 67 (all’ce mother)
Tho’s Alton 123 (all’ce reinstated), 135 (head money)
Thomas Adam’s daughter 126 (looking after mother), 134 (mother dangerously ill)
Thomas Alton 165 (relief), 185 (all’ce)
W’m Alton 63 (more money), 64 (more money)
Sam’l Arlidge m1, 136 (land), 138 (land)
George Arnatt 128 (return of overseers account book)
Mr Jonathan Arnatt 106 (nominated surveyor), 109 (surveyor) , 110 (overseer) , 111 (surveyor) , 112 (surveyorx2 & overseer) , 114 (surveyor), 115 (surveyor)
Geo: Arnott m2
Charles Atkins 105, 189
Atkinson 105
G. Barnell see Burnall
Benjamin Barrett 61 (employ), 163 (relief) , 176 (labour), 183, , 188 (half pay+land) (signature)
boy Barrett 158
Mary Barrett m1
Wm Bateman 64, 68 (money off), 69 (all’ce, overdue rates) , 105, 142 (relief)
Franciss Baylis 63 (land), 68 (relief), 180 (work)
Bernal See Burnall
James Berry (or Terry?) 185 (pay arrears of levy + expenses)
William Bloncoer (Blencowe?) 183 (applies to supervise men)
Bloxham 67 (all’ce)
Jo’s Bloxham 125 (for son Stephen), 148 (allowance), 181 (work for boy) , 188 (half pay+land)
Widow Bloxham 69 (all’ce), 70 (more money), 126 (attending father), 143(for boy), 146(more money), 149 (shoes for boy), 150, 185 (allce)
William Bloxham 122 (sick & unable to work), 130 (to workhouse with son), 131, 142 (pair of shoes), 148 (shirt), 151 (shoes and shirt), 155 (shoes), 159 (shoes)
John Boughton 71 (employ), 134 (wife, meat for dau), 184 (employ)
Will Bouden 63 (employ), 66 (employ), 184 (employe)
Ann Brewerton 146 (frock), 148 (shoes), 151 (frock and petticoat), 169 (better lodgings)
Ellis Brewerton 133 (gaol for poaching)
Emma Brewerton 145 (frock and shoes)
Jn’o Brewerton m2, 141 (employ), 157 (money from Thos Neal?)
Th’os Brewerton 76 (excluded from workhouse), m1, 124 (money to leave parish), 134 (emigration), 135 (work), 141 (for dau), 142 (employ), 151 (money to not trouble 6 mo), 167 (place for dau + money to Lady Day), 168 (place and relief), 169 (home), 171 (go to London)
William Brewerton 139 (6/- pw)
      Buckingham m1
Geo Buckingham 68, 69 (all’ce), 121 (family very ill) , 162 (clothes for son)
Tho’s Bull 171 (appointed overseer)
Geo Burnall m1, 60 (Relief + Employ + midwife), 64 (more money), 149 (relief), 149 (wife), 151, 163 (relief) , 176 (labour), 182 (payment), 186 (employ)
Bernal’s wife 62 (pay restored)
Butcher , 176 (labour)
Benj Butcher 66 (pay), 71 (employ), 142 (wife for nursing Jane Stuchfield), 163 (wife – bread for children), 175 (employ), 186 (employ)
?Mrs Butcher 149 (‘doing for’)
Eliz’th Butcher (and son) 62 (employ) , 69 (relief), 70 (more for Hana Heritage), 167 (laying out James Smith)
James Butcher (and family) 61 (employ), 66 (pay), 71 (employ), 114 (emigration), 163 (relief), 177 (head money) , 185 (employ)
John Butcher 60 (Employ), 61 (employ n/a), 162 (employ), 175 (more money – 17)
Richard Butcher 116 (collector of taxes)
William Butcher 138 (overseer), 153 (late overseer, repayment of balance)
Widow Capel 63 (more money)
Mr Carpenter 114 (overseer)
Geo Carr 63 (employ)
Jn’o or John Carr 60 (Relief + Employ –  2/-), 141 (employ for boys), 142 (dau), 149 (employ), 154, 163 (relief) , 185 (employ+boy)
Thos Carr 60 (employ), 126 (new truss), 154, 188 (half pay+land) (sinature)
Thomas Cave 139 (bills)
Mr Chandler 129 (valuer)
Mrs Chilton 186 (‘take girl’)
Ann Clarke 123 (all’ce reinstated)
Mary Clark 68 (more money), 69 (all’ce dau’rs), 70 (more money g’children), 154 (‘waited on’), 180 (more relief)
Mary Clark senr 179 (relief)
Mary Clark junr 179 (relief)
Mrs Clark 153 (dau ‘Put to Bed’)
Wid’w Clarke 68 (2/- pw), 70 (all’ce), 140 (more money)
W’m Clarke 66 (dau to dr)
?William ?Coaney 118  (purchase potatoes)
Rev. G Coleman 117 (Rector’s proxy & owner of property)
Miss Cook 72 (damage compensation), 117 (overseer)
Thomas ?Coop 158 (allowance)
Mr Cooper 72 (damage compensation)
Charles Copperwait 105, 189 (? Land)
John Corbett 160 (more money)
John Craddock 171 (appointed overseer)
Hannah Cross 62 (pay restored)
James Cross 146, 189 (ill)
John Cross 63 (procure coal), 74 (supply coal), 117 (owner of property), 172 (supply coal), 179 (fetch coal), 182 (fetch coal)
John Cross, mason 135 (wants assistance), 150 (clothes, and assistance to emigrate to Van Diemens Land), 151 (wife)
Mary Cross 67 (more money)
Thomas Cross 69 (all’ce), 145, 147, 147, 164 (relief), 170 (employ), 174 (relief) , 176 (labour), 182 (3/6 pw), 185 (pay levy + expenses) , 187 (half pay)
William Cross 160
Frances Dagley 109 (assessor of taxes) , 112 (Overseerx2) , 115 (overseer)
Mr Davies 129 (surveyor)
Tho’s Dickins 61 (employ), 67 (employ for boy), 155 (wife – relief)
John Dolton 167 (on the road)
Richard Dolton 141 (to leave country)
?Sarah Dolton 150 (relief)
William Dolton 136 (in w’house, shoes), 189 (ill)
Duke of Buckingham 153
Durrant 67 (all’ce)
Abraham Durrant 68 (wife- relief), 118 (wife – meat), 146 (wife), 161 (wants men to dig his ground), 163 (relief) , 176 (labour) , 188 (half pay+land) (signature)
Mr Ambrose Durrant 60 (employ), 106 (nominated overseer) , 114 (overseer), 117 (owner of property), 171 (appointed overseer)
Benjamin Durrant 118 (workhouse & clothes), 130 (clothes), 131 (shoes), 146, 149 (employ), 182 (shoes)
?John Eagles 105
W’m Ellard 61 (employ), 64 (more money), 134 (emigration), 163 (relief), 170 (refer magistrates)
George Everett 112 (assessor) , 114 (assistant overseer & surveyor) , 115 (assistant overseer & surveyor)
William Everett 117 (Churchwarden), 120 (renting land), 136 (land)
Mr Farren 120 (Crown Inn)
George Ford 179 (deliver coal)
John Fowler 117 (owner of property), 171 (appointed overseer)
William Fowler 117 (owner of property)
Hanna Franklin 147(1/- pw), 151 (more money)
?N Franklin 69 (all’ce), 147
William Franklin & family 114 (emigration), 168 (employ)
Mr Richard Greaves 110 (Overeers) , 112 (Overseer)
Wm Gunn 155 (loads of stones)
Elizabeth Hale 65 (more money for boy), 177 (relief for Susan Stokes)
John Hales 141 (employ for boy)
Thomas Hale 141 (employ), 170 (selling bread)
William Hale, Cross Lane 188 (half pay+land)
William Hale 60 (employ) , 112 (constable?), 181, 183, 184 (1/- restored), 188 (half pay+land) (signature)
Harris 176 (labour)
John Harris 145 (wants employ), 177 (relief for wife) , 185 (employ) , 188 (half pay+land) (signature)
Sam Hartle 180 (removal order to Farthinghoe)
Mr Hartley 109 (overseer)
Richard Hartley 117 (owner of property)
Robert Hartly 117 (overseer & owner of property)
Edward Harvey 131 (payment for illegitimate child), 137 (to pay 1/6 pw), 137 (to have 5/6), 143 (2 girls), 152 (2/ pw and take his chance), 156 (child maint/ bill due)
James Harvey 142 (to find work out of town), 163 (relief), 180 (nurse for wife) , 188 (half pay+land)
John Harvey 61 (employ), 62 (pay restored)
Martha Harvey 63 (relief), 66
Richard Harvey 66 (pay), 66 (wife ill)
Widow Harvey 185 (‘taken of’)
William Harvey’s wife 175 (relief for John Markham)
James Hatton 169 (wife – relief)
Mary Hay 146 (nursing)
William Hay? / Hog? 163 (relief), 175 (reinstate 1/-), 176 (labour)
Mr Hearne (for New College) 129 (reduction of levies), 153 (legal action to recover overseers money)
Benjamin Heritage 157, 158x2 (allowance+relief), 160 (relief), 161 (relief), 169 (relief)
Elizabeth Heritage 137 (child)
Hana Heritage 69 (relief), 70 (more)
Jo’s Heritage 68 (?weeding), 149 (employ), 150 (all’ce backdated), 150 (wife wants relief), 163 (relief)
Mrs Heritage 142 (‘doing’ for ?Key wife), 149 (‘doing for’), 154 (‘waiting on’), 177 (boy to be prentice)
Sara Heritage 69 (boy not employed)
Widow Heritage 160 (All’ce) , 185 (allce)
W’m Heritage 68 (taken off), 146 (taken off), 147(relief), 148 (wife, relief)
Rev. Justly Hill 117 (Rector & owner of property)
Elizabeth Hins 177
Thomas Hins 150 (wife – whilst ill)
William Hins (Inns?) 146(money), 149 (doctor for wife), 149 (‘not trouble the parish’)
John Hitchcock 106 (nominated constable), 109 (overseer)
Widow Hichcox 141 (shoes and shirt for son John), 169 (shoes for boy)
William Hogg 188 (half pay+land) (signature)
Holton 174 (relief)
Benjamin Holton 69 (wife – relief) , 114 (emigration), 139 (4d /day), 164 (relief) , 165 (employ), 174 (work), 176 (work) , 176 (labour), 177 (work), 182 (payment)
George Holton 60 (employ or relief – 1/-), 61 (employ or relief n/a), 63 (employ), 64 (employ), 141 (employ) , 164 (relief), 182 (employ)
James Holton 61 (employ n/a), 62 (employ), 64 (contract), 67 (contract),86 (supply coal), 141 (employ), 147(1/-), 150 (employ), , 170 (refer magistrates), 171 (contract), 175 (money for boys Wm (13), John (11)), 182 (20/-), 185 (employ) , 188 (half pay+land)
John Holton 64 (relief), 66 (wife relief), 152 (relief), 155 (relief), 167 (assistance), 181 (relief)
Joseph Holton 65 (relief)
Sara Holton 167 (more all’ce)
Thomas Holton 175 (relief), 180 (watchman, 184 (employ) , 187 (half pay) * signature
William Holton 60 (land), 66 (wife ill), 68 (wife ill), 68 (wife- relief) , 164 (relief), 175 (take his chance) , 176 (labour), 180 (more relief), 182, 183 (money) , 188 (half pay+land) (signature) , 189 (? Land)
William Holton senr 188 (half pay+land) , 189 (? Land)
Widow Holton 154 (money)
Mr Hopcraft 129 (valuer)
Horwood 175 (work)
R’d Horwood 60 (Relief + Employ – 3/-)
Tho’s Horwood 63 (more money), 67 (more money), 183 (ordered to discharge son), 183, 184 (1/- restored), 186 (employ)
John Howes 182 (supervise men)
Charlote Hule (Butcher) 61 (allowance)
Elizabeth Inns 63 (sheets)
Thomas Inns 176 (cottage)
Mrs Kemp 152 (‘waited on’)
William Kemp 122 (all’ce reduction reversed), 140 (more money), 141 (wants employ), 145 (more relief), 148 (very ill), 148 (more money)
Elizabeth ?Kew? 154 (to Buckingham)
B ?Key? 126
Hanna Key 68 (1/6 pw)
Elizabeth Key 131 (cottage on common), 158 (relief), 180 (ill), 180 (relief), 181 (relief)
Ester Key 142 (for W’m Key’s wife)
Henry? Key? 137 (refused relief)
John Key 60 (employ – 1/- pw), 146, 155 (employ, wages) , 162 (employ) , 189 (ill)
Joseph Key 177 (head money) , 188 (half pay+land), 189 (ill)
Mary Key 121 (more relief), 123 (for daughter), 141 (employ for boy), 142 (for dau), 143 (for child), 156 (more for boy), 164 (for husband & son getting work out of town)
Phoebe Key 177 (more relief)
Tho’s Key 60 (Relief + Employ), 118 (work), 143 (shoes), 155 (relief), 156x2 (bed / workhouse), 163 (relief)
Tho’s Key’s girl 143 (to learn lacemaking)
Tho’s Key’s wife 123 (all’ces, husband left her)
W’m Key 60 (not give up Land?), 123 (wife ill), 142 (wife)x2, 145 (loan for shoes), 148 (10/-), 168 (wife, for dau), 181 (wife, relief) , 187 (half pay)
Widow Key 69 (all’ce), 70 (more money), 121 (money for rent), 134 (money for rent), 142 (more money), 156 (for son Thomas), 160 (for son Thomas), 161x2 (more all’ce), 177
Fanny King 62 (pay restored), 64 (more money), 67 (all’ce girl), 70 (more money), 118 (Magistrates – punishment), 185 (more for girl)
Richard King 183 (applies to supervise men)
Thomas King 72 (appointed overseer)
George Lainchbury 105, 189
?Maria? Lainchbury 171 (appointed overseer)
Jane Lee 154 (shoes for boy and smock)
John Lee 142 (shoes and shirts)
Mary Lee 62 (pay restored)
Widow Lee 69 (all’ce)
James Lucas 70 (wife – relief) , 104, 151 (wife) , 164 (relief), 183 (half day’s pay)
Jno Lucas 133 (laying out & funeral)
Mary Lucas 62 (pay restored)
Martin Lucas 143 (wants 1/6), 163 (relief) , 188 (half pay+land)
Widow Lucas 69 (all’ce), 70 (more money), 133 (all’ce), 156 (more money) , 185 (allce)
John Makepeace 149 (death)
Elizabeth Manders 68 (shoes for grandson), 152 (for granson), 158 (shoes for grandson), 161 (more money for boy), 168 (for grandson), 175 (for grandchild), 177 (shoes for grandson), 184 (trousers for boy)
Susana Manders 65 (ill relief)
Widow Manders 141 (relief)
Manders 170 (shoes)
James Markham 152 (relief)
John Markham 61 (half pay), 163 (relief), 175 (relief – Wm Harvey’s wife applied), 185 (employ) , 188 (half pay+land) (signature)
John Markham son of Rich’d 125 (ill)
Richard Markham 163 (relief) , 188 (half pay+land)
Miles boy (see Mary Terry) 139 (shoes), 142 (all’ce)
W’m Miles 67 (clothes) , 76 (excluded from workhouse)
John Miller 108 (constable), 109 (overseer) , 110 (constable) , 112 (constable?) , 112 (constable) , 114 (constable) , 115 (constable) , 116 (constable)
Geo Moss m1, 143 (linen for ill father) , 189 (ill)
William Moss 145 (laid out)
Geo Neal 63 (employ), 64 (more money), 65 (more money), 76 (excluded from workhouse), 130 (new garment), 149 (employ)
John Neal 157x3 (funeral of Thos Neal)
Jas Neal 127 (clothes for son), 132 (more allowamces)
Martha Neal 167 (for boy)
Richard Neal 60 (Employ), 68 (?weeding), 121 (relief continue), 124 (ill), 161 (coffin for child), 163 (relief) , 176 (labour)
Thomas Neal 114 (emigration), 136 (in w’house, shoes), 157 (funeral)
William Neal 65 (money), 69 (wife –relief), 171 (appointed overseer) , 188 (half pay+land) (signature)
George Nelson 179 (deliver coal), 181 (supervision of labourers)
New College – Warden and Fellows 129 (reduction of levies)
Mr Norman m2
Cha’s Packer (and see Sarah Packer) 68 (4/6 pw), 69 (wife – relief), m1
Penny? Packer 148 (‘doing for’), 152 (waiting on Mrs Kemp)
P. Packer m1
Richard Packer 106 (constable), 108 (constable), 110 (constable) , 112 (constable) , 114 (constable) , 115 (constable) , 116 (constable)
Sarah Packer (wife of Charles Packer) 62 (pay restored) , 76 (excluded from workhouse), 139 (shirt and stockings), 140 (more coals), 180 (coals)
Mr William Packer 106 (nominated constable) , 108 (appointed constable) , 116 (collector of rates), 180 (watchman)
William Packer, Buckingham 117 (owner of property)
Henry Painter 171 (appointed overseer)
Mr Richard Painter 112 (constable?)
Mr T Painter 72 ( overseer), 106 (surveyor) , 109 (surveyor) , 111 (surveyor) , 112 (surveyorx2) , 114 (surveyor)115 (surveyor)
James Parkins 133 (clerk), 143 (time lost), 162 (employ)
John Parkins 67 (money off), 140 (wants relief), 169 (wants relief)
Mr ?Parkins 137 (?pap)
Mary Parsons 118 (assistance returning to London)
Widow Parsons 159 (relief), 160 (relief) , 162 (more all’ce), 163 (home), 164 (bedstead + more all’ce), 184 (truss), 186 (more money)
William Paxton 159 (relief), 181 (work), 184 (relief)
Pau?lee m2
Fanny Perrin 170 (for waiting on Mary Stean)
W’m Perrin 69 (all’ce), 161 (all’ce)
Will’m Perry 62 (pay restored)
Mary ?Perryin? 171 (dau nursing Mary Stean)
Avis ?Patton 182 (relief)
Ann Petty 65 (more money)
Charles Petty 63 (employ)
George Petty 60 (Relief – 1/-), 61 (employ n/a), 64 (more money), 143 (employ), 152 (employ), 162, 164 (relief) , 165 (employ) , 170 (refer magistrates), 171 (contract)
John Petty 60 (employ), 61 (employ n/a), 61 (more land), 181 (wife, relief while in gaol) , 188 (half pay+land) , 189 (ill)
Joseph Petty 169, 188 (half pay+land)
Thomas Petty 169 (relief), 170 (relief)
Widow Petty 155 (for son)
Mr Philips 76
John Pollard 171 (appointed overseer)
Mr Pollard 109 (overseer)
Widow Powell 69 (all’ce)
Ann Rapwell 69 (all’ce)
Widow Rapwell 160 (all’ce)
William Rapwell 156 (relief)
Henry Read 141 (employ), 162 (employ), 165 (employ)
James Read 182 (employ), 183, 187 (half pay) * signature
Rob’t Read 61 (employ or land), 61 (land or relief), 63 (employ), 64 (more money), 71 (employ), 160 (relief, smallpox), 182 (relief), 183 (employ), 185
Sarah Read 175 (relief)
Thomas Read 68 (men), 69 (relief), 70 (2/6), 135 (more money), 141 (employ for boys), 161 (relief) , 176 (labour), 186 (employ), 187 (half pay)
Rev’d G.V. Reed m2
James Reid 158
Rev. John Risley 117 (owner of property)
Willam ?Russell 137
Russell family m2
Mary Savin 62 (pay restored), 68 (4/6 pw), 69 (all’ce), 70 (more money)
William Savin 64 (more money), 159 (relief), 160 (more money and pay Nurse) , 164 (relief)
Mr Scott 136 (land)
Joseph Shakespeare 64 (boy – employ) x2, 170 (for ?person), 177 (more relief) , 188 (half pay+land)
Mr Sharman 115(overseer)
Ann Short 123 (left her place), 145 (more money), 180  (clothes)
Eliz’th / Bet Short 68 (3/- pw), 141 (rent)
John Short 114 (emigration)
Maria Short 62 (pay restored), 67 (all’ce child), 70 (more money), 123 (more money)
Moses Short 145 (more relief), 148 (relief), 152 (shoes), 160 (relief), 170 (relief)
Moses Short’s wife 121 (money to pay taxes)
James Side 106 (constable) , 108 (constable), 110 (constable) , 112 (constable) , 114 (constable), 115 (constable) , 116 (constable)
William Side 151 (more money) , 185 (allce)
Smith 68
Ann Smith 60 (Relief), 158 (relief)
Catherine Smith 145 (laying out), 169 (relief – husband), 180 (more relief)
Cd Smith 62 (employ)
C Smith 163 (for son Daniel, ill)
Daniel Smith 62 (relief), 65 (more money), 67 (money), 123 (reinstate all’ce), (7/6 pw), 146 (coffin?), 151 (relief), 159 (take his chance), 159 (wife, relief), 161 (2 days pay) , 162 (live on common), , 170 (refer magistrates), 185 (wife)
Edward Smith 142 (employ), 147 (looking for work), 151 (employ / Buckingham), 163 (relief) , 164 (employ), 175 (work) 182 (payment)
?Eliza Smith 137 (child)
Elizabeth Smith 156 (relief)
Geo: Smith 60 (Relief + Employ – 2/-), 62 (pay restored), 121 (son ill), 141 (employ for boy), 159 (for dau), 163 (relief), 165 (employ) , 170 (refer magistrates), 184 (employ)
Ge’o Smith Jun’r 71 (employ)
Hannah Smith 62 (pay restored)
James Smith 122 (ill & unable to work), 125 (fractured shoulder), 127 (fractured arm), 167 (laid out)
Jane Smith 173 (son to Oxford Infirmary)
John Smith 155 (infirmary), 159 (infirmary) , 189 (ill)
Mrs Mary Smith 91 (excused poor rate)
R’d Smith 61 (more land)
Thomas Smith 69 (all’ce), 146 (more money), 148 (relief), 148 (more money), 149 (more money), 151 (more money), 160 relief) , 162 (relief), 164 (more relief), 165 (ill), 169, 171 (more money), (more relief) , 185 (widow, relief), 186 (wife, relief)
Thos Smith Jun’r 68 (4/6 pw), 69 (all’ce), 122 (all’ce reduction reversed)
Thos Smith Sen’r 151 (more money)
W’m Smith 61 (more land), 67 (relief)x2, 68 (relief), 69 (relief), 70 (wife,2/6), 138 (instructing labourers), 139 (complaints), 142 (wife, more all’ce), 146 (wife relief), 151 (wife more money), 158, 159 (foreman of men), 163 (relief), 182(relief / employed), 183 (applies to supervise men) , 188 (half pay+land) (signature)
W’m Smith sen’r 69 (not employed)
Edmund Southam 117 (owner of property)
Mr Southam 159(appointed parish doctor)
Widow Spratley 70 (more money), 118  (more money), 124 (more money), 126x2 (more money), 143 (all’ce for nurse)
William Spratley 121 (wife ill), 123 (wife ill)
Mr Staines, surgeon 118  (supply medicines)
Mary Stearn 69 (all’ce), 170 (waited on). 171 (nursed)
Charles Steeden 62 (employ)
Daniel Steeden 175 (5d / day)
Mr Daniel Steeden 106 (nominated overseer), 171 (appointed overseer)
Hana Steedon 68 (money off)
Geo: Steeden 140 (reduce rate), 142 (employ), 149 (employ), 163 (relief) , 176 (labour)
Geo: Steeden’s wife 133 (money for laying out)
James Steeden 146 (pay for last week), 150 (employment), 171 (contract)
Sara Steedon 69 (all’ce)
Tho’s Steeden 62 (employ), 65 (employ), 149 (not to be employed), 182 (relief)
Widow Steeden 61 (all’ce), 69 (all’ce), 150 (more relief)
William Steeden 105, 108 (to pay rates) , 189
Geo: Stockley 60 (employ), 163 (relief) , 188 (half pay+land) (signature)
J. ?Stockley 151 (employ / workhouse?)
Thomas Stockley 125 (master of Jas Smith)
W’m Stockley 61 (more land) , 108 (constable) , 110 (constable) , 112 (constable?) , 112 (constable) , 114 (constable) , 115 (constable) , 116 (constable) , 188 (half pay+land)
Ann(a) Stokes 154 (more money)
Susan Stokes 62 (pay restored), 127 (to workhouse), 129 (relieved), 177 (relief)
Stuchfield 149 (employ), 150 (allowance backdated)
Edmund Stuchfield 162 (employ), 163 (relief), 186 (employ)
Edward Stuchfield 65 (8d), 68 (go after work), 181 (wife, assistance while in gaol)
George Stuchfield 141 (employ)
Hannah Stuchfield 173 (husband dislocated knee) , 176 (relief for husband)
Jane Stuchfield 142 (wants relief). 142 (nursed)
Thomas Stuchfield 65 (employ), 69 (wife – relief), 70 (2/6)
T? Stuchfield m1
William Tappin 106 (constable) , 108 (constable) , 110 (constable) , 112 (constable?) , 112 (constable) , 114 (constable) , 115 (constable) , 116 (constable)
Ann Terry 155 (widow’s pay), 156 (shoes), 168 (shoes for John Terry)
Elizabeth Terry 179 (husband in gaol)
Hannah Terry 140 (for John Terry)
James Terry 61 (employ), 68 (?weeding), 114 (emigration), 142 (employ), 150 (?wine?), 171 (contract) ), 181 (work), 183 (wife, 23/- for month), 184 (employ) , 185 (employ)
John Terry 61 (shoes), 140 (more money), 161(employ)
Jo’s Terry 62 (employ), 64 (employ), 135 (wife, more money), 149 (more allowed)
Mary Terry 67 (clothes etc), 139 (shoes for Miles boy), 142 (for Miles boy), 143 (workhouse), 143 (Tho’s Keys girl to learn lacemaking), 145 (laying out), 152 (linen), 167 (linen), 168 (for Mills boy and coals for workhouse), 177 (clothes for workhouse children), 182 (for James Terry’s wife), 184 (doctor for daughter in law)
Molly Terry m1
Richard Terry 141 (employ)
Widow Terry 61 (shoes), 155 (shoes)
William Terry 160
Henry Tolton 61 (land n/a?)
Penelope Tolton 188 (half pay+land – for husband)
W’m Tome 171 (appointed overseer)
Mr Treadwell 68 (‘put it to level’)
Eliz’th Turner 60 (stockings), 67 (clothes), 71, 170 (clothing), 171 (clothing)
Mary Turner 129 (to workhouse)
Twitchens? Child 185 (allce)
Mr Benjamin Warr 106 (nominated overseer)
Ann Wells 154 (money to Lady Day)
John Wells 151 (money to not trouble parish 6 mo), 171 (take his chance), 177 (to keep from parish)
William Wells 139 (money for Benj Holton)
Mr Benjamin Wimbush 106 (nominated overseer)
Mr Thomas Wimbush 106 (overseer), 109 (overseer) , 110 (constable)
Ann Winmill 69 (all’ce), 146 (dau)
Widow Windmill (dau) 125 & 127 (all’ce for attending), 145 (for dau), 157
Winterburn 185 (allce)
Sara Winterburn 182 (relief), 185 (relief)
?Tho’s Winterburn 60 (?dau), 160 (relief)
W’m Winterburn 68 (2/6 pw)
Mary Woods 184 (mother allowed)
Edmund Worvill 108 (constable), 110 (constable) , 112 (constable?) , 112 (constable) , 114 (constable) , 115 (constable) , 116 (constable)
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