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Lincolnshire Poor Law Bastardy Cases 1843

From the Lincoln, Rutland & Stamford Mercury newspaper

Dates in Bold are newspaper edition dates.
Entries in Italic are the locations and dates of the petty session hearings, where given.

17 March 1843

Mother: Eliza YOUNG of Wrangle singlewoman. Putative father: Wm. DENNIS of East Kirkby, labourer.

24 March 1843

Mother: Harriet MOORE of Kirton. Putative father: Geo GARRATT of Kirton, labourer.

Mother: Ann JOHNSON of Kirton, singlewoman. Putative father: Wm GAMBLE of Pointon, brewer.

Mother: Eliz Ann NELSON of Boston, singlewoman. Putative father: Wm JAQUES of Heckington, labourer.

10 November 1843

Market Rasen Petty Sessions 6 November 1843.
Mother: Sarah TAYLOR. Putative father: Wm PARKER of Holton le Moor.

Mother: Sarah BROOKS. Putative father: Jas. MAKINS.  

8 December 1843

Boston Petty Sessions held 6 December 1843
Jos. COOKE of Leake, farmer to maintain a bastard child of Rhodes TEESDALE, singlewoman.

Jas WARD of Kime, labourer to maintain a bastard child of Ann BECKITT singlewoman.

Chas HODGE of Great Steeping labourer to maintain a bastard child of Mary MACIVEENY of Boston singlewoman.

Thank you, Anne COLE, for the above.