lundi 16 avril 2012

Newcastle Criminals (1871-1873)

George Bell, 24, convicted of stealing a watch, sentenced to 2 months
William Brankston, 43, convicted of stealing four rabbits, sentenced to 1 month
John Bryan, 29, convicted of stealing lead, sentenced to 4 months
Ann Burns, 18, convicted of stealing a waistcoat, sentenced to 1 month
Charles Burns, 19, convicted of false pretences, sentenced to 3 months
Jane Cartner, 22, convicted of stealing a silver watch, sentenced to 6 months
Thomas Dixon, 20, convicted of theft of money, sentenced to 6 months
Mary Catherine Docherty, 14, convicted of stealing iron, sentenced to 7 days hard labour
James Donneley, 16, convicted of stealing some shirts, sentenced to 2 months
John Duffy, 16, convicted of assault and theft, sentenced to 6 months
Jane Farrell, 12, convicted of stealing 2 boots, sentenced to do 10 hard days labour
Catherine Flynn, 34, convicted of stealing money from person, sentenced to 6 months
William Harrison, 51, convicted of obtaining oats by false pretence, sentenced to 12 months
Robert Hardy, 21, convicted of stealing ale, sentenced to 4 months
William Hill, 28, convicted of stealing champagne, sentenced to 6 months
Catherine Kelly, 17, convicted of stealing bed linen, sentenced to 3 months
George Lamb, 17, convicted of stealing money, sentenced to 4 months
Margaret McCann, 24, convicted of stealing money from a person, sentenced to 6 months
Alice Mullholland, 18, convicted of stealing some boots, sentenced to 3 months
Patrick O'Neill, 19, convicted of breaking in to houses, sentenced to 18 months
Mary Patterson, 25, convicted of theft of poultry, sentenced to 6 weeks
John Reed, 15, convicted of stealing money, sentenced to 14 days hard labour and 5 years reformation
James Richley, 30, convicted of stealing trivets, sentenced to 7 days hard labour
John Roman, 64, convicted of stealing some clothes, sentenced to 14 days hard labour
Mary Ann Ross, 34, convicted of theft of money as a prostitute, sentenced to 6 months
William Salmon, 18, convicted of stealing clothes, sentenced to 6 months
James Scullion, 14, convicted of stealing clothes, sentenced to 14 days hard labour
Edward Shevlin, 32, convicted of stealing a coat, sentenced to 6 months
Isabella Smith, 60, convicted of stealing poultry, sentenced to 6 weeks
William Smith, 25, convicted of stealing money and some scales, sentenced to 2 months
Thomas Smith, 32, convicted of defrauded another gentlemen, sentenced to carry 3 months
Henry Leonard Stephenson, 12, convicted of breaking in to houses, sentenced to 2 months
John Storey, 32, convicted of stealing wood, sentenced to 1 month
John Taylor, 26, convicted of stealing a trowel, sentenced to 1 month
Ellen Woodman, 11, convicted of stealing iron, sentenced to 7 days hard labour
Ezekiel Yates, 35, convicted of stealing tobacco, sentenced to 6 months




Source ; retronaut.co

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