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Yallop was an important money lender in Norwich. His debtors included his brother-in-law Nathaniel Bolingbroke.
When debtors were imprisoned at the suit of a money lender, that creditor was responsible for paying their upkeep. This page of expenses shows Yallop paying for the upkeep of an unnamed imprisoned debtor.
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