Memoranda of convictions, general

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Title: Memoranda of convictions, general
Reference: Q/PC/2/53/D1-D159
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Q/PC2

 

This index is arranged in the following order

 

Date Name, parish and occupation of offender, Crime Other details

 

53/D/1

 

30 September 1834

 

James Davis of Marshfield, labourer

 

Using snares, with intent to kill game, in an enclosed field called the Middle Tining, occupied by Robert Granger at Marshfield

 

C W Codrington, JP and I J Horlock, JP at Dodington House.

 

Hard labour for three calendar months in Horsley House of Correction, after which to find sureties totalling £20 against re?offending for one year. In default, to serve hard labour for a further six months.

 

Crime committed Monday 15 September 1834, between 8 pm and 9 pm

 

53/D/2

 

24 July 1834

 

[printed form]

 

Thomas Chapman of Rodborough, retail beer seller

 

Possessing two defective one-quart measures

 

D Ricardo, JP and T R Haycock, JP at a Petty Sessions for Longtree Division, at Horsley.

 

Cornelius Bown, inspector of measures, witness.

 

Measures forfeited.

 

Fined 10/- and 14/6 costs.

 

Crime committed 7 July 1834

 

53/D/3

 

18 August 1834

 

James Fishpool the younger of Taynton, farmer

 

Assaulting Richard Moody, butcher of Newent, without provocation

 

Rev R F Onslow, JP and R F Onslow, JP at Newent.

 

Fined 2/6, to be paid to an overseer of the poor of Newent, and 9/- costs, or one week in Littledean House of Correction.

 

Crime committed 28 July 1834

 

53/D/4

 

28 July 1834

 

Thomas Payne of Newent, labourer

 

Assaulting George Trigge, labourer of Lea Bailey, St Briavels Hundred, without provocation at Newent

 

Rev R F Onslow, JP and R J Onslow, JP at Newent.

 

Fined £4 8s 0d, to be paid to an overseer of the poor, and 12/- costs, or two calendar months in Littledean House of Correction.

 

Crime committed 22 July 1834

 

53/D/5

 

14 July 1834

 

Thomas Apperley the younger of Pauntley, mason

 

Using a gun to kill game at Pauntley

 

Rev R F Onslow, JP and O Ricardo, JP at Newent.

 

Fined 2/-, to be paid to an overseer of the poor, and 8/- costs to the complainant William Bullock, gamekeeper of Oxenhall, or one week in Littledean House of Correction.

 

Crime committed Sunday 29 June 1834

 

53/D/6

 

29 August 1834

 

John Gurney of Newent, labourer

 

Assaulting Benjamin Priday, labourer of Tibberton, without provocation at Newent

 

Rev R F Onslow, JP and T Wallis, JP at Newent.

 

Fined £1 10s 6d and 11/6 costs, or two calendar months in Littledean House of Correction.

 

Crime committed 17 August 1834

 

53/D/7

 

29 August 1834

 

Thomas Murrell of Newent, labourer

 

Assaulting Benjamin Pridy, labourer of Tibberton, without provocation at Newent

 

Rev R F Onslow, JP and T Wallis, JP at Newent.

 

Fined £1 2s 0d and £1 costs, or two calendar months in Littledean House of Correction.

 

Crime committed 17 August 1834

 

53/D/8

 

25 August 1834

 

Thomas Probyn, the younger of Newent, labourer

 

Assaulting Charles Lodge, gardener of Tibberton at Newent

 

Rev R F Onslow, JP and T Wallis, JP at Newent.

 

Fined £1 7s 6d and 14/6 costs, or two calendar months in Littledean House of Correction.

 

Crime committed 17 August 1834

 

53/D/9

 

28 July 1834

 

James Phelps of Newent, labourer

 

Assaulting George Trigge, labourer of Lea Bailey at Newent, without provocation

 

Rev R F Onslow, JP and Rev J Commeline, JP at Newent.

 

Fined £4 7s 6d and 12/6 costs, or two calendar months in Littledean House of Correction.

 

Crime committed 22 July 1834

 

53/D/10

 

17 July 1834

 

[printed form]

 

John Busan

 

Assaulting Robert Burnell at Cheltenham

 

J E Viner, JP and T J Baines, JP at Cheltenham.

 

Fined 5/- and 3/- costs.

 

Crime committed 16 July 1834

 

53/D/11

 

23 September 1834

 

[printed form]

 

John Green of Cheltenham, licensed victualler

 

Keeping open his premises and allowing drinking until 1 am

 

J E Viner, JP and T Newell, JP at Cheltenham.

 

First offence.

 

Fined £2 and 5/6 costs.

 

Crime committed 20 September 1834

 

53/D/12

 

29 July 1834

 

[printed form]

 

James Kitchen

 

Assaulting George Townsend and Samuel Roberts at Bishops Cleeve

 

J E Viner, JP and T Newell, JP at Cheltenham.

 

Fined £1 and 13/6 costs.

 

Crime committed 27 July 1834

 

53/D/13

 

4 September 1834

 

[printed form]

 

Elizabeth James

 

Assaulting Charlotte Tanner at Cheltenham

 

R B Cooper, JP and J E Viner, JP at Cheltenham.

 

Fined 10/- and 8/- costs.

 

Crime committed 1 September 1834

 

53/D/14

 

17 July 1834

 

[printed form]

 

Arthur Parker the younger

 

Assaulting John Bryant at Cheltenham

 

J E Viner, JP and T J Baines, JP at Cheltenham.

 

Fined 10/0 and 6/6 costs.

 

Crime committed 14 July 1834

 

53/D/15

 

24 July 1834

 

[printed form]

 

Richard Middlemor of Minchinhampton, victualler

 

Possessing one defective one-quart measure

 

D Ricardo, JP and T R Haycock, JP at a Petty Sessions held at Horsley for Longtree Division.

 

William Clements, inspector of measures, witness.

 

Measure forfeited.

 

Fined 5/- and 14/6 costs.

 

Crime committed 2 June 1834

 

53/D/16

 

24 July 1834

 

[printed form]

 

Philip Tainton of Horsley, beer seller

 

Possessing a defective one-quart measure

 

D Ricardo, JP and T R Haycock, JP at a Petty Sessions held at Horsley for Longtree Division.

 

Cornelius Bown, inspector of measures, witness.

 

Measure forfeited.

 

Fined 5/- and 14/6 costs.

 

Crime committed 20 June 1834

 

53/D/17

 

24 July 1834

 

[printed form]

 

John Weight of Avening, beer seller

 

Possessing a defective one-pint measure

 

D Ricardo, JP and T R Haycock, JP at a Petty Sessions held at Horsley for Longtree Division.

 

Cornelius Bown, inspector of measures, witness.

 

Measure forfeited.

 

Fined 5/- and 14/6 costs.

 

Crime committed 20 June 1834

 

53/D/18

 

24 July 1834

 

William Peacey of Woodchester, victualler

 

Possessing four defective one-quart measures

 

D Ricardo, JP and T R Haycock, JP at a Petty Sessions held at Horsley for Longtree Division.

 

Cornelius Bown, inspector of measures, witness.

 

Measures forfeited.

 

Fined 20/- and 14/6 costs.

 

Crime committed 7 July 1834

 

53/D/19

 

24 July 1834

 

John Pool of Rodborough, beer seller

 

Possessing two defective one-quart measures

 

D Ricardo, JP and T R Haycock, JP at a Petty Sessions held at Horsley for Longtree Division.

 

Cornelius Bown, inspector of measures, witness.

 

Measures forfeited.

 

Fined 10/- and 14/6 costs.

 

Crime committed 8 July 1834

 

53/D/20

 

24 July 1834

 

[printed form]

 

James Mortimer of Minchinhampton, meat?seller

 

Possessing one defective half-pound weight

 

D Ricardo, JP and T R Haycock, JP at a Petty Sessions held at Horsley for Longtree Division.

 

William Clements, inspector of weights and balances, witness.

 

Weight forfeited.

 

Fined 5/- and 14/6 costs.

 

Crime committed 27 May 1834

 

53/D/21

 

24 July 1834

 

[printed form]

 

Timothy Barnard of Minchinhampton, baker

 

Possessing one defective two-pound weight

 

D Ricardo, JP and T R Haycock, JP at a Petty Sessions held at Horsley for Longtree Division.

 

William Clements, inspector of weights and balances, witness.

 

Weight forfeited.

 

Fined 5/- and 14/6 costs.

 

Crime committed 27 May 1834

 

53/D/22

 

24 July 1834

 

[printed form]

 

Rachel Jennings of Rodborough, shopkeeper

 

Possessing one defective quarter-pound weight

 

D Ricardo, JP and T R Haycock, JP at a Petty Sessions held at Horsley for Longtree Division.

 

Cornelius Bown, inspector of weights and balances, witness.

 

Weight forfeited.

 

Fined 20/- and 14/6 costs.

 

Crime committed 5 July 1834

 

53/D/23

 

24 July 1834

 

[printed form]

 

William Essex of Avening, beer retailer

 

Possessing one defective one-pint measurer

 

D Ricardo, JP and T R Haycock, JP at a Petty Sessions held at Horsley for Longtree Division.

 

William Clements, inspector of measures, witness.

 

Measure forfeited.

 

Fined 5/- and 14/6 costs.

 

Crime committed 12 June 1834

 

53/D/24

 

24 July 1834

 

[printed form]

 

Mary Saunders of Avening, beer seller

 

Possessing one defective one-quart measure

 

D Ricardo, JP and T R Haycock, JP at a Petty Sessions held at Horsley for Longtree Division.

 

Cornelius Bown, inspector of measures, witness.

 

Measure forfeited.

 

Fined 5/- and 14/6 costs.

 

Crime committed 20 June 1834

 

53/D/25

 

24 July 1834

 

Edward Edwards of Tetbury, victualler

 

Possessing two defective measures: one quart and one pint

 

D Ricardo, JP and T R Haycock, JP at a Petty Sessions held at Horsley for Longtree Division.

 

Cornelius Bown, inspector of measures, witness.

 

Measures forfeited.

 

Fined 10/- and 14/6 costs.

 

Crime committed 17 June 1834

 

53/D/26

 

24 July 1834

 

Richard Draper of Tetbury, victualler

 

Possessing one defective one-quart measure

 

D Ricardo, JP and T R Haycock, JP at a Petty Sessions held at Horsley for Longtree Division.

 

William Clements, inspector of measures, witness.

 

Measure forfeited.

 

Fined 5/- and 14/6 costs.

 

Crime committed 17 June 1834

 

53/D/27

 

24 July 1834

 

James Wall of Rodborough, beer seller

 

Possessing two defective one-pint measures

 

D Ricardo, JP and T R Haycock, JP at a Petty Sessions held at Horsley for Longtree Division.

 

Cornelius Bown, inspector of measures, witness.

 

Measures forfeited.

 

Fined 10/- and 14/6 costs.

 

Crime committed 7 July 1834

 

53/D/28

 

24 July 1834

 

John Charles of Tetbury, beer retailer

 

Possessing one defective one-quart measure

 

D Ricardo, JP and T R Haycock, JP at a Petty Sessions held at Horsley for Longtree Division.

 

William Clements, inspector of measures, witness.

 

Measure forfeited.

 

Fined 5/- and 14/6 costs.

 

Crime committed 17 June 1834

 

53/D/29

 

24 July 1834

 

James Heaven Oliver of Wotton-under-Edge, confectioner

 

Possessing two defective weights and obstructing and preventing the inspectors from removing them from his stall

 

D Ricardo, JP and T R Haycock, JP at a Petty Sessions held at Horsley for Longtree Division.

 

William Clements and Cornelius Bown, inspectors of weights and measures, complainants.

 

Fined 5/- and 12/- costs.

 

Crime committed 27 May 1834

 

53/D/30

 

24 July 1834

 

Peter Cox of Avening, shopkeeper

 

Refusing to produce his weights an balances for inspection

 

D Ricardo, JP and T R Haycock, JP at a Petty Sessions held for Longtree Division.

 

William Clements and Cornelius Bown, inspectors of weights and balances, witnesses.

 

Fined £2 and 12/- costs.

 

Crime committed 12 June 1834

 

53/D/31

 

24 July 1834

 

Thomas Hiatt the elder of Minchinhampton, victualler

 

Preventing his measures being inspected, by allowing his wife to lock the door of the bar

 

D Ricardo, JP and T R Haycock, JP at a Petty Sessions held at Horsley for Longtree Division.

 

William Clements and Cornelius Bown, inspectors of weights and measures, witnesses.

 

Fined £3 and 12/- costs.

 

Crime committed 2 June 1834

 

53/D/32

 

26 July 1834

 

William Workman

 

Trespassing in search of game, with a dog and net on Tresham Down, the property of Robert Blagden Hale, Esq at Hawkesbury

 

T Kingscote, JP.

 

Fined £2, to be paid to Isaac James, an overseer of the poor, and 7/- costs to the complainant Daniel Hardwick, or hard labour for two calendar months in Horsley House of Correction.

 

Crime committed 26 July 1834

 

53/D/33

 

5 August 1834

 

Benjamin Carpenter

 

Trespassing in search of game, with a dog on Tresham Down, the property of Robert Blagden Hale, Esq at Hawkesbury

 

T Kingscote, JP at Horsley.

 

Fined £2, to be paid to Isaac James, an overseer of the poor, and 7/- costs to the complainant Daniel Hardwick, or hard labour for two calendar months in Horsley House of Correction.

 

Crime committed 26 July 1834

 

53/D/34

 

24 July 1834

 

[printed form]

 

Henry Hayward of Rodborough, beer seller

 

Possessing one defective one-quart measure

 

D Ricardo, JP and T R Haycock, JP at a Petty Sessions held at Horsley for Longtree Division.

 

Cornelius Bown, inspector of measures, witness.

 

Measure forfeited.

 

Fined 5/- and 14/6 costs.

 

Crime committed 5 July 1834

 

53/D/35

 

24 July 1834

 

[printed form]

 

Richard King of Minchinhampton, victualler

 

Possessing two defective one-quart measures

 

D Ricardo, JP and T R Haycock, JP at a Petty Sessions held at Horsley for Longtree Division.

 

William Clements, inspector of measures, witness.

 

Measures forfeited.

 

Fined 10/- and 14/6 costs.

 

Crime committed 30 May 1834

 

53/D/36

 

24 July 1834

 

[printed form]

 

Thomas Lusty of Rodborough, beer seller

 

Possessing four defective one-quart measures

 

D Ricardo, JP and T R Haycock, JP at a Petty Sessions held at Horsley for Longtree Division.

 

Cornelius Bown, inspector of measures, witness.

 

Measures forfeited.

 

Fined 20/- and 14/6 costs.

 

Crime committed 7 July 1834

 

53/D/37

 

24 July 1834

 

[printed form]

 

James Davis of Minchinhampton, victualler

 

Possessing defective measures: three one-quart and one one-pint

 

D Ricardo, JP and T R Haycock, JP at a Petty Sessions held at Horsley for Longtree Division.

 

William Clements, inspector of measures, witness.

 

Measures forfeited.

 

Fined 20/- and 14/6 costs.

 

Crime committed 2 June 1834

 

53/D/38

 

24 July 1834

 

[printed form]

 

Matthew Bayton of Minchinhampton, beer retailer

 

Possessing one defective one-quart measure

 

D Ricardo, JP and T R Haycock, JP at a Petty Sessions held at Horsley for Longtree Division.

 

William Clements, inspector of measures, witness.

 

Measure forfeited.

 

Fined 5/- and 14/6 costs.

 

Crime committed 30 May 1834

 

53/D/39

 

25 July (sic) 1834 [printed form]

 

George Gardner of Minchinhampton, victualler

 

Possessing one defective one-quart measure

 

D Ricardo, JP and T R Haycock, JP at a Petty Sessions held at Horsley for Longtree Division.

 

William Clements, inspector of measures, witness.

 

Measure forfeited.

 

Fined 5/- and 14/6 costs.

 

Crime committed 19 June 1834

 

53/D/40

 

24 July 1834

 

[printed form]

 

Thomas Hill of Minchinhampton, victualler

 

Possessing one defective one?quart measure

 

D Ricardo, JP and T R Haycock, JP at a Petty Sessions held at Horsley for Longtree Division.

 

William Clements, inspector of measures, witness.

 

Measure forfeited.

 

Fined 5/- and 14/6 costs.

 

Crime committed 2 June 1834

 

53/D/41

 

24 July 1834

 

[printed form]

 

Joshua Matthews of Rodborough, beer seller

 

Possessing two defective one?quart measures

 

D Ricardo, JP and T R Haycock, JP at a Petty Sessions held at Horsley for Longtree Division.

 

Cornelius Bown, inspector of measures, witness.

 

Measures forfeited.

 

Fined 10/- and 14/6 costs.

 

Crime committed 7 July 1834

 

53/D/42

 

24 July 1834

 

[printed form]

 

Charles Chandler of Horsley, victualler

 

Possessing one defective half-pint measure

 

D Ricardo, JP and T R Haycock, JP at a Petty Sessions held at Horsley for Longtree Division.

 

Cornelius Bown, inspector of measures, witness.

 

Measure forfeited.

 

Fined 5/- and 14/6 costs.

 

Crime committed 21 June 1834

 

53/D/43

 

24 July 1834

 

[printed form]

 

Zebulon Harewell of Cherington, victualler

 

Possessing one defective one-quart measure

 

D Ricardo, JP and T R Haycock, JP at a Petty Sessions held at Horsley for Longtree Division.

 

Cornelius Bown, inspector of measures, witness.

 

Measure forfeited.

 

Fined 5/- and 14/6 costs.

 

Crime committed 3 July 1834

 

53/D/44

 

24 July 1834

 

[printed form]

 

John Viner of Minchinhampton, victualler

 

Possessing one defective one-pint measure

 

D Ricardo, JP and T R Haycock, JP at a Petty Sessions held at Horsley for Longtree Division.

 

William Clements, inspector of measures, witness.

 

Measure forfeited.

 

Fined 5/- and 14/6 costs.

 

Crime committed 30 May 1834

 

53/D/45

 

24 July 1834

 

[printed form]

 

Edward Josiah Howell of Minchinhampton, victualler

 

Possessing two defective one-quart measures

 

D Ricardo, JP and T R Haycock, JP at a Petty Sessions held at Horsley for Longtree Division.

 

Cornelius Bown, inspector of measures, witness.

 

Measures forfeited.

 

Fined 10/- and 14/6 costs.

 

Crime committed 25 June 1834

 

53/D/46

 

24 July 1834

 

[printed form]

 

James Mason of Minchinhampton, beer seller

 

Possessing one defective one-quart measure

 

D Ricardo, JP and T R Haycock, JP at a Petty Sessions held at Horsley for Longtree Division.

 

Cornelius Bown, inspector of measures, witness.

 

Measure forfeited.

 

Fined 5/- and 14/6 costs.

 

Crime committed 11 July 1834

 

53/D/47

 

24 July 1834

 

[printed form]

 

Joseph Hyde of Minchinhampton, shopkeeper

 

Possessing four defective weights: one one-pound, one half?pound, one quarter?pound and one one?once

 

D Ricardo, JP and T R Haycock, JP at a Petty Sessions held at Horsley for Longtree Division.

 

William Clements, inspector of weights and balances, witness.

 

Weights forfeited.

 

Fined 10/- and 14/6 costs.

 

Crime committed 27 May 1834

 

53/D/48

 

24 July 1834

 

[printed form]

 

William Clark of Minchinhampton, shopkeeper

 

Possessing seven defective weights: two two?pound, two one?pound, one half?pound and two two?ounce

 

D Ricardo, JP and T R Haycock, JP at a Petty Sessions held at Horsley for Longtree Division.

 

William Clements, inspector of weights and balances, witness.

 

Weights forfeited.

 

Fined 10/- and 14/6 costs.

 

Crime committed 27 May 1834

 

53/D/49

 

24 July 1834

 

[printed form]

 

William Croker of Minchinhampton, beer seller

 

Possessing three defective weights: one half-pound, one quarter?pound and one two?ounce

 

D Ricardo, JP and T R Haycock, JP at a Petty Sessions held at Horsley for Longtree Division.

 

William Clements, inspector of weights and balances, witness.

 

Weights forfeited.

 

Fined 10/- and 14/6 costs.

 

Crime committed 27 May 1834

 

53/D/50

 

24 July 1834

 

[printed form]

 

Thomas Rowland of Avening, shopkeeper

 

Possessing three defective weights: one one-pound, one quarter?pound and one one?ounce

 

D Ricardo, JP and T R Haycock, JP at a Petty Sessions held at Horsley for Longtree Division.

 

William Clements, inspector of weights and balances, witness.

 

Weights forfeited.

 

Fined 20/- and 14/6 costs.

 

Crime committed 12 July 1834

 

53/D/51

 

24 July 1834

 

[printed form]

 

Daniel Darke of Avening, beer seller

 

Possessing four defective measures: one quart and three one?pint

 

D Ricardo, JP and T R Haycock, JP at a Petty Sessions held at Horsley for Longtree Division.

 

Cornelius Bown, inspector of measures, witness.

 

Measures forfeited.

 

Fined 20/- and 14/6 costs.

 

Crime committed 8 July 1834

 

53/D/52

 

9 October 1834

 

Thomas Martin of Siston, labourer

 

Breaking down nut boughs in Short Wood, Pucklechurch

 

F Trotman, JP at Pucklechurch.

 

Two charges.

 

Fined 1/-, to be paid to Henry Smith, an overseer of the poor, 1/- damages, and 7/6 costs to Benjamin Guy Phillips, Esq, or one month in Horsley House of Correction.

 

Crimes committed at about 1 pm on Saturday and 12 noon on Sunday 23 and 24 August 1834

 

53/D/53

 

2 August 1834

 

Charles Bruton and John Howard of Wotton-under-Edge, labourers

 

Vagrancy - being in an enclosed garden at Wotton-under-Edge, with intent to steal vegetables

 

W Leman, JP at Wotton-under-Edge.

 

Hard labour for two calendar months in Horsley House of Correction.

 

Crime committed 11 pm 1 August 1834

 

53/D/54

 

25 July 1834

 

William Curtis of Dursley, labourer

 

Stealing seven ferrets, usually kept confined, the property of James White of Stinchcombe

 

P B Purnell, JP; B C Browne, JP and W Leman, JP at Wotton-under-Edge.

 

Fined £12, to be paid to Samuel Cam, churchwarden of Stinchcombe, 30/- the value of the ferrets and 9/6 costs to James White. In default, to serve hard labour for six months in Horsley House of Correction.

 

Crime committed at night 20 July 1834

 

53/D/55

 

26 September 1834

 

George Cross and Charles Grubb, labourers of Pucklechurch

 

Damaging underwood and breaking boughs of nut bushes at Short Wood, Pucklechurch, and stealing nuts valued at more than 1/-

 

Henry Charles, Duke of Beaufort, JP; F Trotman, JP; R H B Hale, JP and A Shakespear, JP at Old Sodbury.

 

Fined 1/- and 11/6 costs each.

 

Given twelve days to pay. In default, hard labour for one calendar month in Horsley House of Correction.

 

Cross committed crime on Sunday 24 August and Grubb on Sunday 7 September 1834

 

53/D/56

 

29 July 1834

 

William Browning

 

Assaulting Sarah Mynett at Frampton-on-Severn

 

R S Davies, JP and D Maclean, JP at Wheatenhurst.

 

Fined 5/- and 6/- costs, or one month in Horsley House of Correction.

 

Crime committed 6 June 1834

 

53/D/57

 

29 July 1934

 

Daniel Fryer

 

Assaulting Christian Hawkins at Eastington

 

R S Davies, JP and D Maclean, JP at Wheatenhurst.

 

Fined 1/- and 6/- costs.

 

Given four weeks to pay. In default, fourteen days in Horsley House of Correction.

 

Crime committed 16 July 1834

 

53/D/58

 

29 July 1834

 

Stephen Taylor

 

Assaulting Joseph Sadler of King(s) Stanley

 

R S Davies, JP and D Maclean, JP at Wheatenhurst.

 

Fined 20/- and 6/- costs, to be paid within one month. In default, to serve one month in Horsley House of Correction.

 

Crime committed 14 July 1834

 

53/D/59

 

26 August 1834

 

William Lewis and William Baldwin

 

Assaulting John and Joseph Page at Saul

 

R S Davies, JP and D Maclean, JP at Wheatenhurst.

 

Fined 10/- and 5/- costs each, or fourteen days in Horsley House of Correction.

 

Crime committed 4 July 1834

 

53/D/60

 

26 August 1834

 

James Bennett

 

Assaulting Eliza Etheridge at Kings(s) Stanley

 

R S Davies, JP and D Maclean, JP at Wheatenhurst.

 

Fined 5/- and 6/6 costs, or one month in Horsley House of Correction.

 

Crime committed 12 August 1834

 

53/D/61

 

26 August 1834

 

Joseph Evans Dickman of King(s) Stanley, victualler

 

Knowingly allowing unlawful games and gaming in his premises

 

R S Davies, JP and D Maclean, JP acting in and for Whitstone Hundred.

 

First offence.

 

Fined £1, of which 10/- to be paid to the prosecutor and the remainder to the County Treasurer.

 

Crime committed 14 July 1834

 

53/D/62

 

30 September 1834

 

William Summers of Harescombe [beer retailer]

 

Allowing beer to be consumed on his premises after 10 pm

 

C O Cambridge, JP and D Maclean JP at a Petty Sessions for Whitstone Hundred.

 

First offence.

 

Fined £2, of which 6/10 to be paid to the prosecutor and the remainder to the County Treasurer.

 

Crime committed 11 August 1834

 

53/D/63

 

10 September 1834

 

John Wood

 

Stealing turnips growing in a field at King(s) Stanley, the property of Samuel Raisher

 

D Maclean, JP at King(s) Stanley.

 

Hard Labour for fourteen days in Horsley House of Correction.

 

Crime committed 7 September 1834

 

53/D/64

 

30 September 1834

 

Edward Jones

 

Trespassing in Hardwicke in pursuit of game on land occupied by Lemuel Jenner

 

C O Cambridge, JP and D Maclean, JP at Wheatenhurst.

 

Fined £2, to be paid to an overseer of the poor, and 6/6 costs to John Woodyatt the complainant.

 

Given three weeks to pay. In default, hard labour for two months in Horsley House of Correction.

 

Crime committed 18 September 1834

 

53/D/65

 

30 September 1834

 

Edward Jones

 

Using a wire to kill game in Hardwicke when not possessing a game certificate

 

C O Cambridge, JP and D Maclean, JP at Wheatenhurst.

 

Fined £3 and 6/6 costs.

 

Given eight weeks to pay. In default, hard labour for two calendar months in Horsley House of Correction.

 

Crime committed 18 September 1834

 

53/D/66

 

4 July 1834

 

[printed form]

 

William Bendall and Joseph Wood, labourers of Stroud

 

Violently assaulting Frances Aldridge, singlewoman, at Stroud

 

H Burgh, JP and D Maclean, JP at Stroud.

 

Fined £2 and 8/- costs each. In default, two calendar months in Horsley House of Correction.

 

Crime committed 22 June 1834

 

53/D/67

 

3 October 1834

 

[printed form]

 

Samuel Abel

 

Violently assaulting Richard Jones, confectioner of Stroud

 

H Burgh, JP and J Mills, JP at Stroud.

 

Fined £2 and 6/6 costs, or two calendar months in Horsley House of Correction.

 

Crime committed 27 September 1834

 

53/D/68

 

25 September 1834

 

[printed form]

 

John Smith

 

Begging in Painswick

 

H Burgh, JP at Stroud.

 

Hard labour for one calendar month.

 

Crime committed 24 September 1834

 

53/D/69

 

29 September 1834

 

[printed form]

 

Benjamin Jefferies labourer of Rodborough

 

Stealing apples from an orchard in Rodborough, the property of Frederick Pinfold, gentleman

 

H Burgh, JP at Stroud.

 

Hard labour for three calendar months in Horsley House of Correction.

 

Crime committed 27 September 1834

 

53/D/70

 

23 August 1834

 

Edward Hudson, labourer of Avening

 

Using a wire to kill game at Horsley, when not possessing a game certificate

 

H Burgh, JP and W H Stanton, JP at Stroud.

 

Fined £5, to be paid to John Harvey, an overseer of the poor of Horsley, and 13/6 costs to the complainant, John Adams, labourer of Horsley, or hard labour for three calendar months in Horsley House of Correction.

 

Crime committed 11 August 1834

 

53/D/71

 

22 September 1834

 

[printed form]

 

Charles Elliott of Stroud, labourer

 

Stealing apples from an orchard, the property of John Hopson, butcher of Stroud

 

H Burgh, JP at Stroud.

 

Hard labour for three calendar months in Horsley House of Correction.

 

Crime committed 20 September 1834

 

53/D/72

 

3 October 1834

 

[printed form]

 

William Burdock of Painswick, labourer

 

Assaulting Abigail Mitchell, spinster of Painswick

 

H Burgh, JP and J Mills, JP at Stroud.

 

Fined £5, or two calendar months in Horsley House of Correction.

 

Crime committed 30 September 1834

 

53/D/73

 

3 October 1834

 

[printed form]

 

William Walden of Winstone, labourer

 

Assaulting William Ludlow, labourer of Brimpsfield, at Winstone

 

H Burgh, JP and J Mills, JP at Stroud.

 

Fined £5, or two calendar months in Horsley House of Correction.

 

Crime committed 20 September 1834

 

53/D/74

 

16 September 1834

 

[printed form]

 

Henry Restall and Edward Taylor, labourers of Stroud

 

Stealing a quantity of apples growing in a garden, the property of Edward Darke, coal merchant of Stroud

 

H Burgh, JP at Stroud.

 

Hard labour for six weeks in Horsley House of Correction.

 

Crime committed 16 September 1834

 

53/D/75

 

16 September 1834

 

[printed form]

 

James Fox and William Cox, labourers of Stroud

 

Stealing a quantity of apples growing in a garden, the property of Edward Darke, coal merchant of Stroud

 

H Burgh, JP at Stroud.

 

Hard labour for six weeks in Horsley House of Correction.

 

Crime committed 8 August 1834

 

53/D/76

 

7 October 1834

 

[printed form]

 

Henry Gardner of Stroud, labourer

 

Assaulting Edith, wife of John Hamlett, stonecutter of Stroud

 

H Burgh, JP and H Wyatt, JP at Stroud.

 

Fined £1 and 9/- costs, or two calendar months in Horsley House of Correction.

 

Crime committed 19 September 1834

 

53/D/77

 

7 October 1834

 

[printed form]

 

John Hayward

 

Failing to maintain his wife and child for three years, causing them to become chargeable to Stroud parish

 

H Burgh, JP at Stroud.

 

Hard labour for one calendar month in Horsley House of Correction.

 

53/D/78

 

14 August 1834

 

[printed form]

 

John Young and Edward Davis

 

Begging in Stroud

 

H Wyatt, JP at Stroud.

 

Hard labour for one calendar month in Horsley House of Correction.

 

Crime committed 13 August 1834

 

53/D/79

 

9 October 1834

 

[printed form]

 

Thomas Waldin of Stroud, labourer

 

Stealing potatoes, growing on land occupied by William Capel the younger, gentleman of Painswick

 

H Burgh, JP at Stroud.

 

Hard labour for one calendar month in Horsley House of Correction.

 

Crime committed 9 October 1834

 

53/D/80

 

9 September 1834

 

[printed form]

 

James Stanley and Charles Steel

 

Stealing a quantity of fruit growing in Weston?sub?edge, the property of Thomas Rimell

 

F Colvile, JP at Moreton?in?Marsh.

 

Fined 4/6 and 6d (the value of the fruit) to be paid to Thomas Beman, an overseer of the poor, and 15/- costs to the complainant, Thomas Rimell who was examined in proof of the offence, or hard labour for fourteen days in Northleach House of Correction.

 

Crime committed 4 August 1834

 

53/D/81

 

9 September 1834

 

[printed form]

 

James Ward of Preston?upon-Stour, farmer

 

Assaulting and beating William Thompson at Preston?upon?Stour

 

F Colvile, JP and Rev C Jeaffreson, JP at Moreton-in-Marsh.

 

Fined £1 and 20/- costs, or one month in Northleach House of Correction.

 

Crime committed 12 August 1834

 

53/D/82

 

23 September 1834

 

[printed form]

 

Robert Breakspear and Benjamin Watkins of Moreton-in-Marsh, labourers

 

Using snares to take game, at Sezincote, without a licence

 

Rev J R Hall, JP and Rev C Jeaffreson, JP at Moreton-in-Marsh.

 

Fined £5 each, to be paid to an overseer of the poor, and 15/- each for costs to William Fletcher, the complainant, or hard labour for three calendar months in Northleach House of Correction.

 

Crime committed 16 September 1834

 

53/D/83

 

26 August 1834

 

[printed form]

 

Thomas Herbert of Cheltenham, licensed victualler

 

Keeping open his premises and selling beer and other liquors during the usual hours of Divine Service at the parish church

 

R B Cooper, JP and T J Baines, JP.

 

First offence.

 

Fined £1 and 5/6 costs.

 

Crime committed Sunday 24 August 1834

 

53/D/84

 

14 July 1834

 

[printed form]

 

John Baugh

 

Assaulting Henry Holland at Cheltenham

 

R B Cooper, JP and T J Baines, JP at Cheltenham.

 

Fined 20/- and 3/- costs.

 

Crime committed 13 July 1834

 

53/D/85

 

8 July 1834

 

[printed form]

 

Thomas Allen

 

Assaulting John Didcote at Cheltenham

 

R B Cooper, JP and T J Baines, JP at Cheltenham.

 

Fined 10/- and 3/- costs.

 

Crime committed 7 July 1834

 

53/D/86

 

11 October 1834

 

[printed form]

 

Esau Hancock

 

Assaulting Samuel Russell at Cheltenham

 

R B Cooper and T J Baines, JP at Cheltenham.

 

Fined 12/6 and 4/6 costs, or fourteen days in Northleach House of Correction.

 

Crime committed - October 1834

 

53/D/87

 

26 July 1834

 

[printed form]

 

William Burrows

 

Assaulting James Dawson at Cheltenham

 

R B Cooper, JP and J Blagdon, JP at Cheltenham.

 

Fined £2 and 10/6 costs.

 

Crime committed 21 July 1834

 

53/D/88

 

5 July 1834

 

[printed form]

 

George Crowder

 

Assaulting Elizabeth Kemys at Cheltenham

 

R B Cooper, JP and T Newell, JP at Cheltenham.

 

Fined 10/- and 5/6 costs.

 

Crime committed 3 July 1834

 

53/D/89

 

6 September 1834

 

[printed form]

 

James Doogan

 

Assaulting John Baker at Cheltenham

 

R B Cooper, JP and T Newell, JP at Cheltenham.

 

Fined 10/- and 5/6 costs.

 

Crime committed 3 September 1834

 

53/D/90

 

6 September 1834

 

[printed form]

 

William Powell

 

Assaulting Sarah Herbert at Cheltenham

 

R B Cooper, JP and T Newell, JP at Cheltenham.

 

Fined 10/- and 4/- costs.

 

Crime committed 4 September 1834

 

53/D/91

 

23 September 1834

 

Charles White, yeoman of Kemerton

 

Trespassing in pursuit of game at Bishops Cleeve on land belonging to the Hon Berkeley Craven

 

T Newell, JP at Cheltenham.

 

Fined £2, to be paid to an overseer of the poor, and 10/- costs to the complainant, Rev William Lawrence Townsend.

 

Crime committed 12 September 1834

 

53/D/92

 

9 October 1834

 

[printed form]

 

Mary Taylor

 

Assaulting and beating John Martin at Cheltenham

 

T Newell, JP and T J Baines, JP at Cheltenham.

 

Fined £5, or two months in Northleach House of Correction.

 

Crime committed - October 1834

 

53/D/93

 

9 October 1834

 

[printed form]

 

Richard Twinbro of Cheltenham, retail beer dealer

 

Keeping open his premises for the sale of beer at late hours in the evening

 

T Newell, JP and T J Baines, JP.

 

First offence.

 

Fined £2 and 5/6 costs.

 

Crime committed 6 October 1834

 

53/D/94

 

2 October 1834

 

[printed form]

 

James Smith

 

Assaulting Thomas Wasley at Cheltenham

 

T Newell, JP and T J Baines, JP at Cheltenham.

 

Fined 5/- and 4/6 costs.

 

Crime committed 1 October 1834

 

53/D/95

 

5 July 1834

 

[printed form]

 

James Castle

 

Assaulting John Timbrell at Cheltenham

 

R B Cooper, JP and T Newell, JP at Cheltenham.

 

Fined 20/- and 6/6 costs.

 

Crime committed 4 July 1834

 

53/D/96

 

19 August 1834

 

[printed form]

 

John Champion

 

Assaulting William Jones at Cheltenham

 

R B Cooper, JP and T Newell, JP at Cheltenham.

 

Fined 10/- and 6/6 costs.

 

Crime committed 17 August 1834

 

53/D/97

 

22 July 1834

 

[printed form]

 

Samuel Hill of Cheltenham, retail beer dealer

 

Permitting drunkenness and other disorderly behaviour in his premises

 

R B Cooper, JP and T Newell, JP.

 

First offence.

 

Fined £2 and 8/6 costs.

 

Crime committed 17 July 1834

 

53/D/98

 

22 July 1834

 

[printed form]

 

Edwin Ford of Gloucester, yeoman

 

Selling beer and other exciseable liquors in a booth at Prestbury, without a licence

 

R B Cooper, JP and T Newell, JP.

 

Fined £10 and 9/6 costs.

 

Crime committed 13 July 1834

 

53/D/99

 

21 August 1834

 

[printed form]

 

James Croney

 

Assaulting Richard Forrest at Cheltenham

 

R B Cooper, JP and T Newell, JP at Cheltenham.

 

Fined 5/- and 5/6 costs.

 

Crime committed 19 August 1834

 

53/D/100

 

17 July 1834

 

[printed form]

 

James Garn

 

Damaging a fence enclosing a garden occupied by James Protherough at Charlton Kings, the property of Richard Pruen, gentleman

 

R B Cooper, JP and T J Baines, JP at Cheltenham.

 

Fined 40/-, 2/6 damages and 9/6 costs, or one month in Northleach House of Correction.

 

Crime committed 3 June 1834

 

53/D/101

 

27 September 1834

 

Richard Yarnell, yeoman of Tewkesbury

 

Trespassing in pursuit of game on land at Bishops Cleeve, the property of Rogers (sic) Coxwell, Esq

 

R B Cooper, JP at Cheltenham.

 

George Turner, servant of Stoke Orchard, complainant.

 

Fined £2 and 10/6 costs.

 

Crime committed 20 September 1834

 

53/D/102

 

13 September 1834

 

[printed form]

 

Frederick Donovan

 

Assaulting Thomas Sparrow at Cheltenham

 

R B Cooper, JP and T J Baines, JP at Cheltenham.

 

Fined 10/- and 5/6 costs.

 

Crime committed 10 September 1834

 

53/D/103

 

7 October 1834

 

[printed form]

 

John Carver of Cheltenham, retail beer dealer

 

Keeping his premises open for the sale of beer until 10.30 pm

 

R B Cooper, JP and T J Baines, JP.

 

First offence.

 

Fined £2 and 5/6 costs.

 

Crime committed 3 October 1834

 

53/D/104

 

9 September 1834

 

James Churn of Cubberley [Coberley], labourer

 

Trespassing in pursuit of game at Coberley on land belonging to ? Lawrence, Esq

 

T J Baines, JP at Cheltenham.

 

Robert Archer, yeoman of Cubberley [Coberley], complainant.

 

Fined £1 and 6/6 costs.

 

Crime committed at about 6 am 9 September 1834

 

53/D/105

 

22 July 1834

 

[printed form]

 

William Nicholls of Cheltenham, yeoman

 

Selling beer and other exciseable liquors in a booth at Prestbury, without a licence

 

R B Cooper, JP and T Newell, JP.

 

Fined £10 and 6/6 costs.

 

Crime committed 13 July 1834

 

53/D/106

 

27 September 1834

 

[printed form]

 

Sarah Holland

 

Assaulting Mary Lapping at Cheltenham

 

R B Cooper, JP and T J Baines, JP at Cheltenham.

 

Fined £2 and 6/6 costs, or two months in Northleach House of Correction.

 

Crime committed 11 September 1834

 

53/D/107

 

16 September 1834

 

[printed form]

 

George Griffiths

 

Assaulting William Herbert at Cheltenham

 

R B Cooper, JP and T J Baines, JP at Cheltenham.

 

Fined 10/- and 3/- costs, or imprisonment in Northleach House of Correction. [Length of sentence not specified.]

 

Crime committed 15 September 1834

 

53/D/108

 

2 August 1834

 

[printed form]

 

William Gould

 

Assaulting Charles Watts at Cheltenham

 

R B Cooper, JP and T J Baines, JP at Cheltenham.

 

Fined £1 and 6/- costs.

 

Crime committed 1 August 1834

 

53/D/109

 

27 August 1834

 

[printed form]

 

John Wills

 

Assaulting George Reins at Cheltenham

 

R B Cooper, JP and T J Baines, JP at Cheltenham.

 

Fined 5/- and 3/- costs.

 

Crime committed 26 August 1834

 

53/D/110

 

30 August 1834

 

[printed form]

 

John Pearson

 

Assaulting Mary Roberts and Mary Pinchin at Woolstone

 

R B Cooper, JP and T J Baines, JP at Cheltenham.

 

Fined 3/6 and 12/- costs.

 

Crime committed 26 August 1834

 

53/D/111

 

24 July 1834

 

[printed form]

 

James Heven

 

Assaulting William Clark at Cheltenham

 

R B Cooper, JP and T J Baines, JP at Cheltenham.

 

Fined £1 1s 0d and 6/6 costs.

 

Crime committed 22 July 1834

 

53/D/112

 

7 August 1834

 

[printed form]

 

Thomas Pates

 

Assaulting Edward Ballinger at Charlton Kings

 

T J Baines, JP and J Blagdon, JP at Cheltenham.

 

Fined 5/- and 8/6 costs.

 

Crime committed 4 August 1834

 

53/D/113

 

6 August 1834

 

[printed form]

 

Benjamin Taylor

 

Assaulting Richard Smith at Cheltenham

 

T J Baines, JP and J Blagdon, JP at Cheltenham.

 

Fined 5/- and 2/- costs.

 

Crime committed 5 August 1834

 

53/D/114

 

2 October 1834

 

[printed form]

 

Thomas Emery

 

Stealing a dog (by finding) at Clifton [Bristol], the property of Benjamin Webley

 

H W Newman, JP at Lawford's Gate Sessions room.

 

Fined 4/- and 16/- the value of the dog, or hard labour for one calendar month in Lawford's Gate House of Correction.

 

Crime committed 25 September 1834

 

53/D/115

 

24 July 1834

 

[printed form]

 

George Adams

 

Stealing a dog (by finding) at Winterbourne, the property of Benjamin Webley

 

H W Newman, JP at Lawford's Gate Sessions room.

 

Fined £5 and 17/6 costs, and 40/- the value of the dog, or hard labour for three calendar months in Lawford's Gate House of Correction.

 

Crime committed 8 July 1834

 

53/D/116

 

25 September 1834

 

[printed form]

 

Nathaniel Bryant

 

Assaulting George Godfrey the younger at Bitton

 

H W Newman, JP and W Munro, JP at Lawford's Gate Sessions room.

 

Fined 1/- and 15/6 costs, or fourteen days in Lawford's Gate House of Correction.

 

Crime committed 11 September 1834

 

[Signed only by H W Newman]

 

53/D/117

 

7 August 1834

 

[printed form]

 

James Tanner the elder

 

Assaulting Henry Watkins at Henbury

 

J S Harford, JP and H W Newman, JP at Lawford's Gate Sessions room.

 

Fined 13/- and 7/- costs, or one calendar month in Lawford's Gate House of Correction.

 

Crime committed 2 August 1834

 

[Signed only by H W Newman]

 

53/D/118

 

24 July 1834

 

[printed form]

 

Sarah Cribb

 

Assaulting Hannah Powell at Oldland

 

H W Newman, JP and G Goldney, JP at Lawford's Gate Sessions room.

 

Fined 1/- and 16/6 costs, or fourteen days in Lawford's Gate House of Correction.

 

Crime committed 14 July 1834

 

[Signed only by H W Newman]

 

53/D/119

 

10 July 1834

 

[printed form]

 

Joseph Henley

 

Assaulting John Nicholls at St George [Bristol]

 

H W Newman, JP and G Goldney, JP at Lawford's Gate Sessions room.

 

Fined 9/- and 11/- costs, or one calendar month in Lawford's Gate House of Correction.

 

Crime committed 5 July 1834

 

[Signed only by H W Newman]

 

53/D/120

 

7 August 1834

 

[printed form]

 

Henry Tiley

 

Assaulting Benjamin Solomon at St Philip and St Jacob [Bristol]

 

H W Newman, JP and J S Harford, JP at Lawford's Gate Sessions room.

 

Fined 3/6 and 6/6 costs, or imprisonment in Lawford's Gate House of Correction. [Sentence not specified.]

 

Crime committed 29 July 1834

 

[Signed only by H W Newman]

 

53/D/121

 

24 July 1834

 

[printed form]

 

Edward Gingell

 

Assaulting John Wright at Frampton Cotterell

 

H W Newman, JP and J S Harford, JP at Lawford's Gate Sessions room.

 

Fined £1 and 7/- costs, or two calendar months in Lawford's Gate House of Correction.

 

Crime committed 14 July 1834

 

53/D/122

 

7 August 1834

 

[printed form]

 

George Ross

 

Assaulting Elizabeth Wade at St Philip and St Jacob [Bristol]

 

J S Harford, JP and H W Newman, JP at Lawford's Gate Sessions room.

 

Fined 4/6 and 5/6 costs, or ten days in Lawford's Gate House of Correction.

 

Crime committed 29 July 1934

 

53/D/123

 

28 August 1834

 

[partly printed form]

 

James Ro(d)gers, of the General Draper Inn, Clifton [Bristol]

 

Keeping his premises open for the reception of travellers during the hours of afternoon Divine Service, and failing to maintain good order

 

J S Harford, JP and H W Newman, JP at Lawford's Gate Sessions room.

 

First offence.

 

Fined 40/- and 5/6 costs.

 

Crime committed Sunday 24 August 1834

 

53/D/124

 

28 August 1834

 

[partly printed form]

 

James Burtt, licensee of the Clifton Hotel, Clifton [Bristol]

 

Keeping his premises open for the reception of travellers during the hours of afternoon Divine Service and failing to maintain good order

 

J Haythorne, JP and H W Newman, JP at Lawford's Gate Sessions room.

 

First offence.

 

Fined 40/- and 5/6 costs.

 

Crime committed Sunday 24 August 1834

 

53/D/125

 

24 July 1834

 

[printed form]

 

Daniel Johnson

 

Assaulting William Stadden at St Philip and St Jacob [Bristol]

 

H W Newman, JP and A Carrick, JP at Lawford's Gate Sessions room.

 

Fined £1 and 6/6 costs, or seven days in Lawford's Gate House of Correction.

 

Crime committed 18 July 1834

 

[Signed only by H W Newman]

 

53/D/126

 

24 July 1834

 

[printed form]

 

Stephen Rossiter

 

Assaulting Mary Smith at St George [Bristol]

 

H W Newman, JP and A Carrick, JP at Lawford's Gate Sessions room.

 

Fined 1/- and 15/6 costs, or ten days in Lawford's Gate House of Correction.

 

Crime committed 15 June 1834

 

[Signed only by H W Newman]

 

53/D/127

 

4 September 1834

 

[printed form]

 

William Shaffcote

 

Assaulting William Jefferies at St Philip and St Jacob [Bristol]

 

W Munro, JP and A Carrick, JP at Lawford's Gate Sessions room.

 

Fined 12/6 and 7/6 costs, or twenty?one days in Lawford's Gate House of Correction.

 

Crime committed 31 August 1834

 

[Signed only by W Munro]

 

53/D/128

 

5 July 1834

 

[partly printed form]

 

Henry Worlock

 

Stealing potatoes from a garden in St Philip and St Jacob [Bristol], the property of John Andrews

 

J Savage, JP at Lawford's Gate Sessions room.

 

Fined 10/6 and costs [amount not specified] and 1/6, the value of the potatoes, or hard labour for fourteen days in Lawford's Gate House of Correction.

 

Crime committed 2 July 1834

 

53/D/129

 

22 July 1834

 

[partly printed form]

 

John Bryant

 

Stealing potatoes, valued at 6d, growing in Westbury-on-Trym, the property of Lady Hartopp

 

J Savage, JP at Lawford's Gate Sessions room.

 

Hard labour for fourteen days in Lawford's Gate House of Correction.

 

Crime committed 2 July 1834

 

53/D/130

 

29 July 1834

 

[partly printed form]

 

John Battle

 

Exposing himself with intent to insult a female, Milbro Wilcox at Westbury-on-Trym

 

J Savage, JP at Lawford's Gate Sessions room.

 

Hard labour for three calendar months in Lawford's Gate House of Correction.

 

Crime committed 28 July 1834

 

53/D/131

 

17 September 1834

 

[partly printed form]

 

Lewis Merrick

 

Refusing to maintain his wife, thereby causing her to become chargeable to Clifton parish [Bristol]

 

J Savage, JP at Lawford's Gate Sessions room.

 

Hard labour for one calendar month in Lawford's Gate House of Correction.

 

Crime committed on or about 5 July 1834

 

53/D/132

 

18 September 1834

 

[partly printed form]

 

Charles Johnson

 

Refusing to maintain his wife, thereby causing her to become chargeable to Clifton parish [Bristol]

 

J Savage, JP at Lawford's Gate Sessions room.

 

Hard labour for one calendar month in Lawford's Gate House of Correction.

 

Crime committed 10 September 1834

 

53/D/133

 

11 September 1834

 

[partly printed form]

 

Peter Edwards

 

Stealing apples from an orchard at Henbury, the property of George Hilhouse

 

W Munro, JP at Lawford's Gate Sessions room.

 

Fined 10/6, 6d the value of the apples, and 6/- costs, or hard labour for one calendar month in Lawford's Gate House of Correction.

 

Crime committed 31 August 1834

 

53/D/134

 

10 July 1834

 

[partly printed form]

 

William Caines

 

Being drunk in Westbury?on?Trym

 

G Goldney, JP at Lawford's Gate Sessions room.

 

Fined 5/- to be paid to the churchwardens within one week.

 

Crime committed 6 July 1834

 

53/D/135

 

10 July 1834

 

[partly printed form]

 

George Newbury

 

Being drunk at Westbury?on?Trym

 

G Goldney, JP at Lawford's Gate Sessions room.

 

Fined 5/- to be paid to the churchwardens within one week.

 

Crime committed 6 July 1834

 

53/D/136

 

21 August 1834

 

[partly printed form]

 

William Bryant

 

Being drunk at Clifton [Bristol]

 

J Parker, JP at Lawford's Gate Sessions room.

 

Fined 5/-, to be paid to the churchwardens within one week.

 

Crime committed 10 August 1834

 

53/D/137

 

21 August 1834

 

[partly printed form]

 

Jacob Green

 

Being drunk in Clifton [Bristol]

 

J Parker, JP at Lawford's Gate Sessions room.

 

Fined 5/-, to be paid to the churchwardens within one week.

 

Crime committed 8 August 1834

 

53/D/138

 

11 September 1834

 

[partly printed form]

 

John Morris

 

Running away and leaving his wife chargeable to St Philip and St Jacob's parish [Bristol]

 

H W Newman, JP at Lawford's Gate Sessions room.

 

Hard labour for three calendar months in Lawford's Gate House of Correction.

 

Crime committed 10 September 1834

 

53/D/139

 

7 August 1834

 

[partly printed form]

 

John Ball of Stapleton, [Bristol]

 

Keeping his house open for the sale of beer after 10 pm

 

G Goldney, JP and W Cave. JP at Lawford's Gate Sessions room.

 

Fined 40/-.

 

Crime committed 21 July 1834

 

53/D/140

 

7 August 1834

 

[partly printed form]

 

Jams Daniel of Stapleton, [Bristol]

 

Keeping his house open for the sale of beer after 10 pm

 

G Goldney, JP and W Cave, JP at Lawford's Gate Sessions room.

 

Fined 40/-.

 

Crime committed 21 July 1834

 

53/D/141

 

28 August 1834

 

[partly printed form]

 

Thomas Kayes of Clifton [Bristol]

 

Keeping open his house for the sale of beer between 3 pm and 5 pm on a Sunday

 

J Parker, JP and H W Newman, JP at Lawford's Gate Sessions room.

 

Fined 40/-.

 

Crime committed Sunday 24 August 1834

 

53/D/142

 

18 September 1834

 

[partly printed form]

 

Benjamin Neale

 

Vagrancy - being on dwelling house premises with unlawful intent, at Bitton

 

H W Newman, JP at Lawford's Gate Sessions room.

 

Hard labour for three calendar months in Lawford's Gate House of Correction.

 

Crime committed 17 September 1834

 

53/D/143

 

17 July 1834

 

[partly printed form]

 

Thomas Jenkins

 

Causing his children to become chargeable to St Philip and St Jacob's parish, [Bristol]

 

H W Newman, JP at Lawford's Gate Sessions room.

 

Hard labour for one calendar month in Lawford's Gate House of Correction.

 

Crime committed 17 September 1834

 

53/D/144

 

18 September 1834

 

[partly printed form]

 

Samuel Cox of St Philip and St Jacob [Bristol], [alehouse keeper]

 

Keeping open his house for the sale of beer between the hours of 3 pm and 5 pm on a Sunday

 

W Munro, JP and H W Newman, JP at Lawford's Gate Sessions room.

 

Fined 40/-.

 

Crime committed Sunday 14 September 1834

 

53/D/145

 

18 September 1834

 

[partly printed form]

 

Henry Fedder of Westbury?on?Trym, [alehouse keeper]

 

Keeping open his house for the sale of beer after 10 pm

 

W Munro, JP and H W Newman, JP at Lawford's Gate Sessions room.

 

Fined 40/-.

 

Crime committed 6 September 1834

 

[Named as William in part of document]

 

53/D/146

 

28 August 1834

 

[partly printed form]

 

William Dawes of Clifton [Bristol], [alehouse keeper]

 

Keeping open his house for the sale of beer between 10 am and 1 pm on a Sunday

 

H W Newman, JP at Lawford's Gate Sessions room.

 

Fined 40/-.

 

Crime committed Sunday 24 August 1834

 

53/D/147

 

24 July 1834

 

[partly printed form]

 

William Dawes of Clifton [Bristol], alehouse keeper]

 

Keeping open his house for the sale of beer between 3 pm and 5 pm on a Sunday

 

G Goldney, JP and H W Newman, JP at Lawford's Gate Sessions room.

 

Fined 40/-.

 

Crime committed Sunday 20 July 1834

 

53/D/148

 

24 July 1834

 

[partly printed form]

 

Benjamin Collins of St George [Bristol], [alehouse keeper]

 

Keeping open his house for the sale of beer after 10 pm

 

G Goldney, JP and H W Newman, JP at Lawford's Gate Sessions room.

 

Fined 40/-.

 

Crime committed 14 July 1834

 

53/D/149

 

17 July 1834

 

[printed form]

 

John Hedges

 

Assaulting George Boyd Falconbridge at St Philip and St Jacob [Bristol]

 

H W Newman, JP and G Hilhouse, JP at Lawford's Gate Sessions room.

 

Fined 5/- and 5/- costs, or fourteen days in Lawford's Gate House of Correction.

 

Crime committed 11 July 1834

 

53/D/150

 

26 September 1834

 

[printed form]

 

George Watkins

 

Assaulting Edward Edwards at St Philip and St Jacob [Bristol]

 

Rev W Mirehouse, JP and G Goldney, JP at Lawford's Gate Sessions room.

 

Fined £1 13s 0d and 7/- costs, or one calendar month in Lawford's Gate House of Correction.

 

Crime committed 26 September 1834

 

53/D/151

 

9 October 1834

 

[printed form]

 

Daniel Tucker

 

Assaulting J Thomas Sheppard at Bitton

 

G Goldney, JP and G Hilhouse, JP at Lawford's Gate Sessions room.

 

Fined 5/- and 7/- costs, or seven days in Lawford's Gate House of Correction.

 

Crime committed 28 September 1834

 

53/D/152

 

4 September 1834 [printed form]

 

William Ferris

 

Assaulting John Franklin at St Philip and St Jacob [Bristol]

 

W Munro, JP and H W Newman, JP at Lawford's Gate Sessions room.

 

Fined £1 13s 0d and 7/- costs, or one calendar month in Lawford's Gate House of Correction.

 

Crime committed 27 August 2003

 

53/D/153

 

21 August 1834

 

[printed form]

 

John Ellis

 

Assaulting William Barrell at St Philip and St Jacob [Bristol]

 

J Parker, JP and D Cave, JP at Lawford's Gate Sessions room.

 

Fined £3 15s 6d and £1 14s 6d costs, or two calendar months in Lawford's Gate House of Correction.

 

Crime committed 20 August 1834

 

53/D/154

 

17 July 1834

 

[printed form]

 

Ann Roberts

 

Assaulting Mary Ann Bennett at St George [Bristol]

 

G Goldney, JP and H W Newman, JP at Lawford's Gate Sessions room.

 

Fined 1/- and 7/- costs, or one week in Lawford's Gate House of Correction.

 

Crime committed 8 July 1834

 

53/D/155

 

2 October 1834

 

[partly printed form]

 

Sarah Haynes, licensed victualler of St George [Bristol]

 

Keeping her house open for purposes other than the reception of travellers, during the hours of afternoon divine service

 

G Goldney, JP and H W Newman, JP at Lawford's Gate Sessions room.

 

First offence.

 

Fined 10/-.

 

Crime committed Sunday 21 September 1834

 

53/D/156

 

17 October 1834

 

[partly printed form]

 

Moses Bruton

 

Killing two fowls, the property of John Wathen of Bitton

 

J Parker, JP at Bitton.

 

Fined 2/- (the value of the fowls) and 7/- costs, or hard labour for one calendar month in Lawford's Gate House of Correction.

 

Crime committed 5 October 1834

 

53/D/157

 

31 July 1834

 

John Chappell of Hotwell Road, Clifton [Bristol]

 

Selling a newspaper on which stamp duty had not been paid

 

G Goldney, JP and Rev W Mirehouse, JP at Lawford's Gate Sessions room.

 

Fined £20 mitigated to £10.

 

Crime committed 15 July 1834

 

53/D/158

 

4 September 1834

 

George Cann of Winterbourne

 

Using a gun to kill a pheasant on land belonging to Mr Daubeny Brice at Winterbourne, without a licence

 

H W Newman, JP and Commissioner for Assessed Taxes, at Lawford's Gate Sessions room.

 

Information given at St James and St Paul, Barton Regis [Bristol] on 29 August by Charles Castell [?Cottell].

 

Offender did not appear.

 

In evidence William Fowler said he met accused walking with William Bell. A pheasant rose and accused shot it.

 

Thomas Upton, labourer of Hambrook, and John Cuss of Mangotsfield gave similar evidence.

 

Fined £20 mitigated to £10.

 

Crime committed 27 August 1834

 

53/D/159

 

10 September 1834

 

Thomas Jones of Dymock, horse-dealer

 

Removing household goods worth £10 6s 3d from his dwelling, to prevent distraint for rent areas of more than £30, owing to Mr Richard Hiatt, farmer of Dymock

 

Rev J Higgins, JP and O Ricardo, JP at Ledbury, magistrates for Hereford and Gloucester counties.

 

Francis Higgins, gentleman of Ledbury, informer and witness, acting for solicitors J and R Higgins agents for R Hiatt.

 

Mary Phillips, widow; Robert Jones, constable, and Joseph Bird, auctioneer, witnesses, all of Ledbury.

 

Charles Woodyatt, coal-dealer of Ledbury helped offender and another man to remove goods between midnight and 1 am on 7 August. Goods thought to be hidden on Noah Jones' premises. Dresser retrieved from Mary Philips who had lived until recently with Thomas Jones.

 

Offender did not appear.

 

Fined £20 12s 6d - double the value of the goods - to be paid by 24 September 1834

Date: 1834
Held by: Gloucestershire Archives, not available at The National Archives
Language: English

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