1 edition of Warwickshire lent assizes, 1835. found in the catalog.
Warwickshire lent assizes, 1835.
Biography. Devereux Smith, son of John Smith, was christened in Solihull, Warwickshire, England on 7 November In he committed some kind of crime in Warwickshire and was sentenced and transported to the American colonies at the Warwickshire Assizes session in Lent of She was tried at Warwickshire Lent Assizes before Baron Richards on Thursday the 10th of April Dr. Amos Middleton from Leamington testified that he did not think the baby falling onto the floor would have produced the injuries that he found.
Her parents could be John and Elizabeth Lattimore, baptized 21 Feburary, , Birmingham, St Phillips parish, Warwickshire. Catherine was convicted at the Warwick Lent Assizes I’m estimating at the age of 15 or This occurred on the 29th March for the charge of . The case of Edwards-Wood v. De Gex, tried at the Warwick Lent Assizes, , before the Lord Chief Justice Campbell (as reported in the "Warwick and Warwickshire advertiser," & the "Leamington spa courier"): with appendices, disclosing the disgraceful arrest of the plaintiff, the judge's flagellation of R.A. Wallington, solicitor, the keeping of the gaol open at mid-night, and other flagrant.
The Crown calendar: for the Yorkshire Lent Assizes, holden at the Castle of York, in and for the county of York, on Saturday the 28th day of March, in the fifth year of the reign of Our Sovereign Lord William the Fourth, by the grace of God, of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland, King, defender of the faith and in the year of Our Lord before the Right Hon. Sir James Parke. Entry for James Freeman and Sarah Aldridge in the Marriage Register (database online) Warwickshire Anglican Registers, 18 October  James was committed to the county gaol, to appear at the Lent sessions of the Leicester Assizes. These began on 31 March
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The records of the Warwickshire Assizes which survive are now in The National Archives at Kew as these were central records taken back to London by the judges. Unfortunately many records of trials on the Midland Circuit were destroyed by an overzealous clerk in. The Oxfordshire records do not have an index.
For more details of the contents of the reels MM see Micro Ref book / Shropshire () Find calendars of prisoners at Shrewsbury Gaol who were tried at the Assizes and Quarter Sessions. You can find the convict's name, date committed and : Is Info.
The courts of assize, or assizes (/ ə ˈ s aɪ z ɪ z /), were periodic courts held around England and Wales untilwhen together with the quarter sessions they were abolished by the Courts Act and replaced by a single permanent Crown assizes exercised both civil and criminal jurisdiction, though most of their work was on the criminal side.
The Courts of Assize were presided over by royal justices, and were arranged in circuits covering England and Wales: Warwick was part of the Midland Circuit. The Assize courts tried cases of serious crimes, and were the highest courts held locally.
They were held four times 1835. book year, at the Spring (or Lent), Summer, Autumn and Winter Assizes.
Convicted Lent Assizes - Charged with Arson [found Insane] - To remain in custody during His Majesty's pleasure. Daniel Way Convicted Lent Assizes - Convicted of two Assaults - Imprisoned 6 calendar months Gaol.
Convicted Lent Assizes - Charged with Arson [found Insane] - To remain in custody during His Majesty's pleasure. William Escott Convicted April 11th - Assault. Convicted March 15th - Ill treating and threatening his Wife - 1835.
book 12 calendar months or find sureties. Mary Hamlyn: Convicted Lent Assizes - Charged with Arson [found Insane] - To remain in custody during His Majesty's pleasure.
Daniel Way: Convicted Lent Assizes - Convicted of two Assaults - Imprisoned 6 calendar months. Convicted at Lammas Assizes - Felony - Transported for Life. Richard Stone: Convicted February 11th - Assault - Imprisoned 12 calendar months or find sureties. Mary Hamlyn: Convicted Lent Assizes - Charged with Arson [found Insane] - To remain in.
Assize courts dealt with criminal and civil matters and occasionally more serious crimes that were transferred from the Quarter Sessions. We hold Assize Court records for Lancashire (), Oxfordshire (), Shropshire () and Staffordshire ().
Warwickshire Lent Assizes at Warwick. Sarah Dring, for a robbery from a dwelling house; Recommendation: 7 years transportation.
putting him in fear and taking from person and against his will, a pocket book value 6 d. a ten pound bank note, a five pound bank note, and three one pound bank notes his property. PAYNE GUILTY - DEATH, aged Convicted at Lammas Assizes - Felony - Transported for Life.
Mary Hamlyn: Convicted Lent Assizes - Charged with Arson [found Insane] - To remain in custody during His Majesty's pleasure. Maria Fry [sen] Convicted Lammas Assizes - Felony - Imprisoned 12 calendar months [commuted sentence].
Maria Fry [jun]. Quarter Sessions and Assize Records. Criminal cases in Surrey (including those resulting in transportation) could be heard either before the Court of Quarter Sessions or at the Assizes. As a rule more serious cases were heard at the Assizes.
The trial, at the Warwickshire Lent Assizes, had involved Anne positively identifying Smith as a man she had met on an earlier occasion, whilst out on her own.
However, on 27 JulyAnne approached William Bromley and admitted that she had committed perjury at the trial. This collection contains Church of England Parish Registers that took place in the county of Warwickshire from to The parish registers contain records of.
Warwick Assizes: Robert Bailey: Robert Bailey, one of convicts transported on the Claudine, 20 May Warwick Assizes: Samuel Bailey: Samuel Bailey, one of convicts transported on the Governor Ready, 26 March Kent Special Session of Gaol Delivery: Catherine Baker ** community contributed record ** Ireland, Louth Assizes.
Calendars of prisoners tried at Oxford Quarter Sessions and Assizes. Shropshire: Calendars of prisoners, Shrewsbury Gaol, listing convicts tried at both Assizes and Quarter Sessions.
Somerset: Register of prisoners at Shepton Mallet Gaol containing many references to transportation. Southampton: On 13th July John Snr., sailed for New South Wales on board 'Mary Ann'.
Siblings Ambrose & John left their homeland on board 'John Barry' in September also bound for New South Wales. Left England on 9th July Ship: the 'Mary Ann' sailed with male convicts on board of which 1 died during bthe voyage. Arrived on 26th October Buy Trial of Nathaniel Quiney, Thos.
Heytrey, Henry Adams and Samuel Sidney, for the wilful murder of Mr. Hiron: Before the Honourable Sir John Richardson at the Warwickshire Lent Assizes, by Nathaniel Quiney, Sir John Richardson (ISBN:) from Amazon's Book Store.
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Rolls of the Warwickshire and Coventry sessions of the peace, Minute Book,in the Warwickshire Quarter Sessions; Rolls of the Justices in Eyre, being the Rolls of Pleas and Assizes for Gloucestershire, Warwickshire, and Staffordshire. Aylesbury in AYLESBURY, a considerable town in Buckinghamshire, on the road from London to Warwick and Birmingham, thirty-eight miles from London, through Watford Berkhampstead and Tring, and forty and a half through Uxbridge, Amersham, and Wendover.
the Lent assizes are however still held at Aylesbury, where also is the county gaol.Assize Related: Cockburn, James Swanton.
A History of English Assizes Cambridge University Press, (Preview available from Google Books) Cockburn, James Swanton. Calendar of Assize Records (Volumes cover the Home Circuit as well as the Kent, Sussex, Hertfordshire, Essex, Surrey and Somerset circuits.Waterford Lent Assizes, 12 March 3.
SEAN (John) and SEAMUS (James) Both charged over the death of Maurice Hackett, bashed to death in a field four years earlier in May near the village of Bohadoon. They were charged with conspiracy to murder and shooting at Maurice Hackett.
* NOT GUILTY on the conspiracy to murder charge.