Crimes

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Criminal Registers 1791-1892, Individuals Tried in Poole
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Criminal Registers 1791-1892, Individuals Tried in Poole

The Criminal Registers 1791-1892 can be found at the National Archives and on Ancestry. They contain listings of individuals charged with crime and they provide information about the individual charged, their trial, sentence, and the outcome. Poole History Centre Volunteers have searched the registers and transcribed all the individuals tried in Poole.
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Domestic abuse, 1756
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Domestic abuse, 1756

Extract from the Salisbury Journal 30th August 1756. Woman dies from husband's beating.
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Murder on the Quay
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Hancock, Murder on the Quay

Extract from The Poole Pilot July 1868. Murder of Ann Hancock, 17. George Ivamy sent to trial.
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Theft from a ship, 1756
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Theft from a ship, 1756

Extract from Salisbury Journal 7 June 1756. Account of theft of sail cloth from a sloop, John Tilsed the Master. Traced to the Master (William Lee) and two other men on the William of Scarborough. Stolen sheep were also found. The three were committed to the Gaol.
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Theft, 1756
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Theft, 1756

Extract from the Salisbury Journal for 2nd Febuary 1756. Mary Lansdown jailed for stealing from Arthur Green at the Crown Inn.
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Thieves escape jail. 1756.
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Thieves escape jail. 1756.

Extract from Salisbury Journal 26th July 1756. Quarter Sessions finds Captain and crewman of vessel guilty of theft and sentenced to be whipped. They break out and escape.
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