History of Witham

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History of Witham >> Parish paupers in 1858

Parish paupers in 1858

This is a list of parish paupers given relief during the half-year ending 29th September 1858.

The images of the document are on the Essex Record Office's website and consists of three pages. Click here to start with Page One of orginal document.

  • Benjamin Abbott page 3
  • Alice Adams page 2
  • Eliza Adams page 2
  • Eliza Adams page 3
  • George Adams page 3
  • Henry Adams page 2
  • Louisa Adams page 2
  • Sarah Adams page 2
  • William Adams page 2
  • Orphans Agers page 3
  • Margaret Aldous page 1
  • Mary Aldous page 2
  • Emily Allatson page 1
  • Mary Bibbey page 1
  • Thomas Bibbey page 1
  • Henry Bickmore page 3
  • Jane Blanks page 1
  • Charles Bowyer page 1
  • James Bowyer page 1
  • Susan Bowyer page 3
  • Thomas Bowyer page 3
  • Bloss Bramwhite page 1
  • Rebecca Bridge page 3
  • John Bright page 3
  • Joseph Bright page 3
  • William Bright page 2
  • William Butler page 3
  • William Carter page 3
  • Ann Clark page 3
  • Robert Claydon page 1
  • Thomas Claydon page 3
  • Charles Cole page 1
  • Charles Cole page 3
  • Rebecca Cooper page 1
  • Thomas Cooper page 1
  • Emily Dace page 1
  • George Dace page 1
  • James Dace page 1
  • Jane Dace page 1
  • John Dace page 1
  • William Dace page 1
  • William Davelin page 3
  • Elizabeth Emmons page 3
  • William Farrow page 1
  • William Farrow page 3
  • Mary Fitch page 1
  • George Frost page 1
  • Eliza Fuller page 3
  • John Fuller page 1
  • Ann Gamble page 2
  • Eliza Gamble page 2
  • Henry Gamble page 1
  • James Gamble page 2
  • Mary Gamble page 1
  • Walter Gamble page 2
  • Matilda Garrett page 3
  • Elizabeth Gunn page 1
  • James Hales page 2
  • Charles Hall page 2
  • Eliza Hall page 2
  • Jane Hall page 2
  • Mary Hall page 2
  • James Hammond page 3
  • William Harvey page 3
  • Elizabeth Heard page 3
  • Mary Heath page 1
  • Arthur Ives page 2
  • Samuel Ives page 2
  • Sarah Ives page 2
  • Sarah Ives page 3
  • Walter Ives page 2
  • William Jarvis page 3
  • Edward Jennings page 3
  • Robert Ling page 1
  • William Love page 2
  • Mary Matheson page 1
  • Ann Millbank page 1
  • Sarah Millbank page 1
  • George Mills page 1
  • Hannah Mills page 1
  • Henry Mills page 1
  • James Mills page 2
  • Peter Mills page 1
  • Peter Mills page 1
  • Peter Mills page 3
  • William Mills page 1
  • James Mynett page 1
  • Robert Pannel page 2
  • Sarah Parnell page 3
  • Elizabeth Pavelin page 3
  • Julia Perry page 1
  • Thomas Raven page 3
  • Peter Rhodes page 1
  • Rebecca Roberts page 3
  • Isaac Rootkin page 3
  • William Rootkin page 3
  • Joseph Sach page 3
  • William Saville page 3
  • Henry Sayer page 3
  • Hannah Simpson page 3
  • Eugenia Smelt page 1
  • Sarah Smith page 3
  • Abraham Springett page 3
  • Daniel Tarling page 3
  • William Tey page 3
  • Samuel Tompson page 3
  • Sarah Tompson page 3
  • Elinsor Trew page 3
  • Jane Trew page 3
  • Thomas Trew page 1
  • Thomas Trew page 3
  • William Trew page 3
  • William Tuff page 3
  • Caroline Webb page 3
  • Samuel Wood page 3
  • James Woodwards page 3

Under the Poor Law of 1834, Witham became part of the Witham Union, later the Braintree Union. See our article on researching your workhouse and pauper ancestors.

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