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Workhouse indenture


 

18th and 19th century Workhouse indenture records from the Southwark parish of St. George the Martyr.



Date

Name

Age

Master's name and place of residence

Trade

Period of service

9th February 1752

Jemmy Joy

13

Gilbert Thompson of St. Saviour's, Southwark

Glover & Leather Dresser

11 years

30th July

1752

Elizabeth Davies

11

Catherine Percival of St. Saviour's Southwark

Housewifery and pin-heading and pin sticking

10 years

6th of April 1753

Catherine Hughes

14

Anne Sowton of St. Mary Magdalen, Bermondsey

Pin making and housewifery

7 years

16th of March 1757

Phillip Upham

12

Robert Allen of St. Olave's, Southwark

Peruke (wig) maker

12 years

16th March 1757

Elizabeth Flowers

12

Thomas Fletcher of St. Saviour's, Southwark

Pin making and Housewifery

9 years or until date of marriage


18th and 19th century Workhouse indenture records from the Southwark parish of St. George the Martyr.


Date

Name

Age

Master’s name and place of residence

Trade

Period of service

2nd April, 1802

John Retham

14

Thomas Buckley,

St. George the Martyr

Lighterman

?

25th August 1834

Thomas Wardle

15

Edward Allford,

St. George the Martyr

Mattress

Maker

6 years

25th August 1834

Charles Sawyer

17

James Mearns,

St. George the Martyr

Pen and Quill cutter

4 years

8th September 1834

John Savill

13

William Mundy,

St. George the Martyr

Surgical Instrument Maker

8 years

11th December 1821

James Bedford

17

James Terry, St. Saviour

Hat block turner

4 years

9th July 1821

William Wall

16

John Hall, St. George the Martyr

Whitesmith

5 years

20th October 1835

Emma Eagle

15

Mary Anne Leader, St. Saviour

Dressmaker

6 years






 

 
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