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St James's 1883

[Report of the Medical Officer of Health for St James's, Westminster]

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Benefactor.OBJECT.By whom Administered.Annual IncomeSOURCE OF INCOME.
5Dickens. Brown. Hillier. John Allen. Elizabeth Lancaser. John Barnes. Richard Marsh. Margaret Haddle. James Dodsley.Included in Knightsbridge Charity.
6Ann Broder.For the relief of Poor Housekeepers and others.Rector for the time being.2348£774 l1s. New Three per Cent.
7Bishop Porteus. Dean Andrews.Included in Broder's Charity.
8Peter Le Quainter 1782.To be equally distributed at Christmas amongst twenty Poor Persons who are, or have been, housekeepers in the Parish.Rector, Churchwardens, and the other Gentlemen, for the time being, who shall compose the Vestry.29915£9,969 2s. 9d Three per Cent. Bank Annuities.
9Ann Newton. 1811.To apprentice one Boy, belonging to the Parish, annually, to be elected from the Union School, St. James's Road, Tooting, formerly from the Workhouse School in Poland Street.Churchwardens, Overseers, and Governors and Directors of the Poor for the time being.3442£1,169 12s. l1d Three per Cent. Consols.