England & Wales, Criminal Registers, 1791-1892

Source:

England & Wales, Criminal Registers, 1791-1892

Citations:

  • George Ward, Age: 18, Date of Trial: Lent 1834, Location of Trial: Oxfordshire, England, Sentence: Acquittal, Class: HO 27, Piece: 48, Page: 98
  • George Ward, Date of Trial: Midsummer 1832, Trial Year: 1832, Location of Trial: Oxfordshire, England, Sentence: 7 days imprisonment and whipped, Class: HO 27, Piece: 44, Page: 99
  • Hampshire, England, County Assizes, 3 Mar 1835, Shadrach Courtnage age 21, Crime: House Breaking, Sentence: Transportation for life after 6 months imprisonment, Class: HO 27; Piece: 49, Page 315
  • Hampshire, England, Lent Assizes 1832, Shadrach Courtnage, Crime: House Breaking, Sentence: Death, commuted to Imprisonment for 1 year, Class: HO 27; Piece: 43, Page 299
  • Hampshire, England, Midsummer Assizes, 1834, Shadrach Courtnage age 20, Crime: Assault, Sentence: 6 months imprisonment and sureties, Class: HO 27; Piece: 47, Page 650
  • James Ward, Date of Trial: April 1827, Location of Trial: Oxfordshire, England, Sentence: 3 months imprisonment, Class: HO 27, Piece: 34, Page: 82
  • James Ward, Date of Trial: October 1829, Location of Trial: Oxfordshire, England, Sentence: 1 month mprisonment, Class: HO 27, Piece: 38, Page: 94
  • William Greening, Age: 13, Date of Trial: 9 Sep 1839, Location of Trial: Surrey, England, Sentence: 1 month imprisonment and whipped, Class: HO 27; Piece: 59, Page 216
  • William Greening, Age: 14, Date of Trial: 16 Mar 1840, Location of Trial: Surrey, England, Sentence: 6 months imprisonment and whipped, Class: HO 27; Piece: 62, Page 210

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