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St James's 1893

[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. (Amount of Bequest).
5Alice Knights-bridge. 1765. Dickens.To be laid out in bread, to be distributed at St. Thomas's Church at Christmas and Whitsuntide yearly, among poor Housekeepers of the Parish. For Coals for the Poor.Rector and Churchwardens for the time being.£s.d.
(Dividends on £2.063 0 9 Consols).100
Brown HillierFor Coals for the Poor.60
John Allen. ElzabethFor the Offertory School.100
Lancaster. 1728.To buy Books for the Offertory Boys.70
John Barnes, 1727.For the Charity Girls.10
Richard March, 1700.For the Charity Girls.50
Margaret Haddle, 1727.For the Poor, at the discretion of the Rector and Churchwardens.100
James Dodsley, 1774.For the Poor, at the discretion of the Rector and Churchwardens.200
6Peter 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.27430£9.969 2s. 9d. Consols.
7Newton and Bapshaw, 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.The Guardians of the Poor of the Parish of St. James, Westminster, under an order of the Charity Commissioners, dated 15th August 1890.3233£1,169 12s. lld. Consols.
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