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Receipted bill of James Humphrey, Constable, payable by the Overseers of Hoddesdon

Identifier: DP/24A/18/12/48 · Date: 29 Nov 1838 · Author: Hertfordshire Archives and Local Studies

To the carriage of the Parish Book to the Vestry; 1s-0d. Acknowledged by James Humphrey

Printed notice ‘To the Worthy and Independent Electors of the Borough of St Alban’ by George W J Repton

Identifier: SBR/1839a/62 · Date: 16 Jul 1847 · Author: Hertfordshire Archives and Local Studies

Printed notice ‘To the Worthy and Independent Electors of the Borough of St Alban’ by George W J Repton

Identifier: SBR/1839a/63 · Date: 22 Jun 1841 · Author: Hertfordshire Archives and Local Studies

Printed notice ‘To the Electors of St Albans’ against G W J Repton

Identifier: SBR/1839a/61 · Date: 20 Jul 1847 · Author: Hertfordshire Archives and Local Studies

Printed notice ‘To the Worthy and Independent Electors of the Borough of St Alban’ by W J Repton

Identifier: SBR/1839a/56 · Date: 1 Jul 1841 · Author: Hertfordshire Archives and Local Studies

Summons Humphrey and Christopher Chamberlain

Identifier: SH3/3/4/161 · Date: 20 Apr 1836 · Author: Hertfordshire Archives and Local Studies

Bill of Humphrey Mansell, a constable for the Borough

Identifier: SBR/464/14 · Date: 1799 · Author: Hertfordshire Archives and Local Studies

Notice of death for Humphrey Spencer

Identifier: QS/Misc/B/17/294 · Date: 9 Aug 1847 · Author: Hertfordshire Archives and Local Studies

Receipted bill of James Humphrey, [payable by the Overseers of Hoddesdon ?]

Identifier: DP/24A/18/5/16 · Date: nd (1840) · Author: Hertfordshire Archives and Local Studies

For food and lodging for paupers from 01to 30 Apr; 3s-9 1/2d. Settlement acknowledged by James Humphrey

Receipted bill of James Humphrey, [payable by the Overseers of Hoddesdon ?]

Identifier: DP/24A/18/5/22 · Date: 31 May 1840 · Author: Hertfordshire Archives and Local Studies

For providing food and care for paupers, from 01 to 31 May 1840; 8s-9 1/2d. Settlement acknowledged by James Humphrey