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Forum: Court Records

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  1. Hanover Square Records

    Hi all, I am trying to trace details of John Stuart Talbot and I have come across a story that he legally changed his name to John Stuart Talbot in 1791 at the Hanover Square Records. Presumably his previous name was George. How can I find if there is any record for this presumed name change? ...

    Started by Rob Talbot‎, 08-06-2019 2:10 AM
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  2. Bankruptcy and debtor's prison (early 1800s)

    I wonder if anyone has a good understanding of how bankruptcy worked in the 1800s? I have information from newspapers about a Richard White, rope-maker, of Gosport, Hamspshire, and I'm trying to understand the events that unfolded and how they may have affected his family. The facts as I know...

    Started by nd_SAOZ‎, 21-05-2019 4:02 AM
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  3. Violent assault reported in Birmingham Daily

    In Birmingham Daily Post dated 30 Dec 1886 it appears my gt gt grandad was in court for assault of a female named Emma Simcox "wife of ?? evidence showed that the parties......" - that is as much as I can read, can anyone help re the whole article. Thanks Debbie

    Started by Debbiexx‎, 22-01-2019 2:27 AM
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  4. George Hatton 1871

    Hi 1871 census has George Hatton b.1833 Painter b. Wigan. he is a convict at Invalid Convict Prison, Knaphill Woking Guildford Surrey. I am looking for any information as to why he is in prison.

    Started by marj‎, 31-12-2018 12:51 PM
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  5. Poor Law

    I know a little about Poor Law and Parish Relief, but whilst research something I came across this article from 1830 and have a couple of questions that people might be able to answer: Would the outcome of the case be that the grandfather not have been able to have the children live with...

    Started by Megan Roberts‎, 03-10-2018 10:11 PM
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    04-10-2018, 7:08 AM Go to last post
  6. Post Trial at Hereford QS 28 June 1841

    James Walters was tried at Hereford QS on 28th June 1841 for Highway Robbery and received 15 years. He embarked 17 Nov 1841 and arrived in Tasmania Australia 6th April 1842 and was recorded as a Protestant - can read. Age 21 years. Occupation labourer. Native of Worcester. Is there...

    Started by Parkrox‎, 09-05-2018 10:00 AM
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    10-05-2018, 8:04 AM Go to last post
  7. What is CC?

    Hi guys, Im wondering if anyone with experience of Court/Prison/Crime records could advise me as to what "CC" May mean. I am looking over some 1940s records. I have a Police Crime register which lists both a "divisional crime number" and a "C.C's Ref Number", this is before the Crown Courts existed...

    Started by Empirestate‎, 17-05-2017 12:14 PM
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    19-05-2017, 8:43 AM Go to last post
  8. Lightbulb Charles T Donaghue

    Hello, i am currently looking into the criminal history of my grandfather Charles Thomas Donaghue (1926-2004). I know he was put in prison at one stage of his life, but he has been kept away as a family secret and i know very little. Any help or clues are very welcome. He was based London/Essex.

    Started by oliviaalice‎, 18-02-2017 6:40 PM
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  9. Worcester Quarter Sessions

    Hi Folks First of all A Happy New Year to everyone.....:cheers2: I'm not sure if this is the right forum for this.... I'm looking to find the dob of George Postins, variations = Poskus Postings Pontius.... George Postins, one of 75 convicts transported on the Scindian, 27 February...

    Started by tomm‎, 31-12-2016 2:42 PM
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    02-01-2017, 10:54 AM Go to last post
  10. Gladys Woodbridge

    Hello. I am new to this forum and don't know if anyone would be able to help me? I am looking for my Grandmother, Gladys Woodbridge who was born to Mabel Dorothy Woodbridge in Colnbrook, Buckingham in 1915. Mabel was not married and I don't know if she kept Gladys . I have been told that Gladys...

    Started by chinch‎, 16-12-2016 4:21 PM
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  11. Insolvent Debtors 1827

    Lieut. Edward MedleyRN was in the insolvent debtors court at Norwich 12 March 1827 (Norfolk Chronicle 17 March 1827), the Norfolk Chronicle of 17 March 1827 reported that of the 41 cases 38 were discharged, one struck out & two remanded (these two were the only ones named). By 9 July 1827 Lieut....

    Started by NZTracey‎, 03-10-2016 8:54 AM
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  12. Frank(Francis) Edwin Morris Help needed

    Guys ive just come accross a relative who appears to have died in HMP Camphill Isle of Wight in 1941,ime in touch with his great grandson my 2nd cousin but they have no idea what he was sent to jail for so ime needing help to find out what he did and where he was sentenced ect. Frank Edwin...

    Started by madgarry‎, 10-12-2010 10:23 AM
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  13. Wandsworth Prison

    I believe the Wandsworth prison records are held by LMA. I am looking for some information on a prisoner who served time there 1908-9. I live in Australia and wondered if anyone out there would be visiting LMA and would be prepared to look up his prison record for me. Many thanks Stephanie Hume

    Started by shume‎, 07-04-2016 10:23 AM
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  14. Advice - Ministry of Justice

    Hi I'm wondering if anyone can offer me advice on communicating with the Ministry of Justice. I'm in the process of putting together a letter requesting information about a crime committed in 1963. The information I am seeking has been made available by the National Archives in the past but...

    Started by Scone‎, 14-03-2016 2:54 PM
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  15. Illegible writing on prison record

    Hi there, can anyone help me decipher what crime my ancestor did? It ends with 'ing'. ! Thanks

    Started by mrshilly‎, 27-01-2016 4:48 PM
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  16. prison records

    Hi I am new to this but I have been searching for my dads real mother (he was adopted by a relative) she gave birth to him in 1945 at 1 Knox Rd in Cardiff which I think is Cardiff Prison. Is it to early to get the records for that time as it was not 100 years ago or is there some way I can find her...

    Started by lisabolton‎, 17-01-2016 3:09 AM
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  17. Qualification to serve on a grand jury

    I have seen newspaper reports of lists of men being sworn as members of the grand jury for the quarter sessions. Does anyone know how they were selected, and what qualification they needed?

    Started by Megan Roberts‎, 08-09-2015 3:18 PM
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    09-09-2015, 7:52 AM Go to last post
  18. Bernard Mcquade convict "Roslin Castle'

    I hope someone may help with this enquiry. Bernard Mcquade, I might add is not at all related to me, however what I am after is why he was sentenced to transportion to NSW in 1834. He was a felon of the enth degree as he was found guilty of the assault of 3 small girls in the Maitland region of NSW...

    Started by lawsue‎, 11-10-2012 6:23 AM
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    05-09-2015, 2:37 PM Go to last post
  19. Court Records from Wexford, 1859

    Just wondering if anyone can help to direct me to the records of Wexford. My ancestor was Ellen or Elenour Lyons. She was tried at Wexford 9 July 1859, found guilty and sent to Australia on The Blackfriar arriving in Tasmania 29 May 1851.She had a convict number 43991 but not sure if that relates...

    Started by evelynchrystal‎, 16-06-2015 6:51 AM
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    17-06-2015, 9:16 AM Go to last post
  20. Prosecutor / Plaintiff

    Am I right in thinking that in the 18th and early 19th centuries the prosecutor was also often the plaintiff? The National Library of Wales has as part of its on line services a database dealing with crime and punishment. The Crime and Punishment database comprises data about crimes, criminals...

    Started by Megan Roberts‎, 02-04-2015 10:54 PM
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    03-04-2015, 11:31 AM Go to last post

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