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Gloucestershire Quarter Sessions

 

Gloucestershire Quarter Sessions 1792 - 1834

 

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Gloucestershire Quarter Sessions

 

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SUMMARY JURISDICTION

 

   Memoranda of convictions (general) - ref. Q/PC/2

 

      FILE  [no title] - ref.  Q/PC/2/47/D  - date: July - Oct 1828

         

[from Scope and ContentQ/PC/2/47/D/6. 25 August 1828. Offender: Joseph Hale of St Briavels Hundred, labourer. Crime: Using a snare with intent to take deer in Crab Tree Hill enclosure in the Forest of Dean. Other details: Rev C Crawley, JP, and J Pyrke, JP, at Newnham. Fined 20 each to be paid immediately to James Thomas, high constable of St Briavels Hundred or six months each in Littledean House of Correct. Crime committed 20 August 1828.

 

 

FILE  [no title] - ref.  Q/PC/2/52/C  - date: Jan - July 1833

         

[from Scope and ContentQ/PC/2/52/C/8. 2 May 1833. Offender: William Hale of Westbury-on-Trym. Crime: Permitting beer to be consumed on his premises after 10 pm. Other details: W Fripp, JP and Rev W Mirehouse, JP at a Petty Sessions held for Bristol Division. Fined 2 and 6/6 costs. Crime committed 13 April 1833 [printed form].

         

 

 FILE  [no title] - ref.  Q/PC/2/53/B  - date: Aug 1833 - April 1834

         

[from Scope and ContentQ/PC/2/53/B/9. 7 January 1834. Offender: Joseph Hale. Crime: Trespassing in pursuit of conies on the property of Mary Sly at Longney. Other details: H C Clifford, JP; R S Davies, JP; D Maclean, JP; and P Leversage, JP at Wheatenhurst. Fined 2 and 6/6 costs. Given until 7 February to pay. In default, two calendar months in Horsley House of Correction. Crime committed 24 December 1833.

         

[from Scope and ContentQ/PC/2/53/B/159. 8 February 1834. Offender: James Hale. Crime: Assaulting Nathaniel Dean at Cheltenham. Other details: R B Cooper, JP and T J Baines, JP at Cheltenham. Fined 10/6 and 9/6 costs. Crime committed 1 December 1833 [printed form].

 

  

[from Scope and ContentQ/PC/2/53/C/113. 22 May 1834. Offender: William Hale of Winstone, labourer. Crime: Breaking one panel of looking-glass on a cabinet in a house at Winstone occupied by Rev Sir Windsor Bayntun Sandys, Kt, the property of Sir Edwin Bayntun Sandys, Bt. Other details: H Burgh, JP at Stroud. Fined 4 10s 0d damages and 10/- costs to go to Sir E B Sandys, or hard labour for two calendar months in Horsley House of Correction. Crime committed 20 May 1834 [printed form].

 

SUMMARY JURISDICTION

 

   Memoranda of convictions (general) - ref. Q/PC/2

 

      FILE  [no title] - ref.  Q/PC/2/10/D  - date: July-Sept 1791

         

[from Scope and ContentQ/PC/2/10/D/6. 17 September 1791. Offender: Aaron Hale of Littledean, labourer. Crime: Lopping and cropping a beech timber tree in the Forest of Dean. Other details: J. Parker, J.P. John Brett, forest keeper, complainant. Offender voluntarily confessed. Crime committed 7 September 1791.

 

      FILE  [no title] - ref.  Q/PC/2/11/B  - date: Jan-March 1792

         

[from Scope and ContentQ/PC/2/11/B/5. 28 January 1792. Offender: Aaron Hale of St. Briavels, coalminer. Crime: Lopping a birch timber tree in the Forest of Dean. Other details: C. Hayward, J.P. Miles Hartland, complainant. Crime committed 19 January 1792.

 

      FILE  [no title] - ref.  Q/PC/2/12/B  - date: Jan 1790-March 1793

         

[from Scope and ContentQ/PC/2/12/B/7. 26 January 1793. Offender: Mary, wife of Samuel Hale, of St. Briavels, nailer. Crime: Cutting a quantity of underwood in the Forest of Dean. Other details: C. Hayward, J.P. Miles Hartland, complainant. Crime committed 12 January 1793.

 

  FILE  [no title] - ref.  Q/PC/2/13/B  - date: April 1793 - April 1794

         

[from Scope and ContentQ/PC/2/13/B/11. 22 March 1794. Offender: William Hale of Littledean, labourer. Crime: Cutting underwood in the Forest of Dean. Other details: T. Mee, J.P. Miles Hartland, complainant. Crime committed 27 February 1794.

 

FILE  [no title] - ref.  Q/PC/2/24/B  - date: March - April 1805

         

[from Scope and ContentQ/PC/2/24/B/1. 11 March 1805. Offender: Ann Hale of Littledean. Crime: Cutting yew stakes in Long Green Coppice, St. Briavels. Other details: Rev. R. Wetherell, J.P., at Newnham. Sir T. Crawley Boevey, complainant. Fined 20/- and 3/- expenses. Crime committed 20 February 1805.

 

      FILE  [no title] - ref.  Q/PC/2/27/D  - date: Aug - Sept 1808

         

[from Scope and Content Alice Hale, huckster, fined 1 and 4/6 Costs.

         

[from Scope and ContentJames Hale, retailer of hops, fined 5/- and 4/6 Costs.

 

      FILE  [no title] - ref.  Q/PC/2/30/A  - date: Nov 1810 - Jan 1811

         

[from Scope and ContentQ/PC/2/30/A/1. 8 January 1811. Offender: Susan, wife of Israel Hale, of Elton, Westbury-on-Severn, baker. Crime: Selling underweight bread. Other details: Rev. R. Wetherell, J.P. John Bullock, labourer, of Littledean, witness. Fined 2/7.

         

     

[from Scope and ContentQ/PC/2/30/A/10. 8 January 1811. Offender: Samuel Britten of Dyrham and Hinton, yeoman. Crime: Using a gun and a dog to kill game. Other details: R. Haynes, J.P., at Wick David Hale of Dyrham and Hinton, informer. Peter Clark, witness. Fined 5.

         

[from Scope and ContentQ/PC/2/30/A/11. 8 January 1811. Offender: Samuel Emley of Dyrham and Hinton, labourer. Crime: Using a gun and a dog to kill game. Other details: R. Haynes, J.P., at Wick David Hale of Dyrham and Hinton, informer. Peter Clark, witness. Fined 5.

 

    FILE  [no title] - ref.  Q/PC/2/32/A  - date: Aug 1812-Jan 1813

         

[from Scope and ContentQ/PC/2/32/A/9. 22 September 1812. Offender: Betty Hale [? Hall] of Stroud, shopkeeper. Crime: Having defective weights. Other details: Rev. R. L. Townsend, J.P., and E. Aldridge, J.P., at a Petty Sessions held at the King's Arms Inn, Stroud. Fined 5/- and 3/- costs. Crime committed 10 September 1812.

         

[from Scope and ContentQ/PC/2/32/A/146. 5 January 1813. Offender: Morris Hale of Cheltenham, grocer. Crime: Having defective weights. Other details: J. Agg, J.P., and Rev. J. Neale, J.P., at a Petty Sessions held for Cheltenham District. Fined 5/- and 5/- costs. Crime committed 24 December 1812.

 

      FILE  [no title] - ref.  Q/PC/2/40/C  - date: May-June 1821

         

[from Scope and ContentQ/PC/2/40/C/16. 12 May 1821. Offender: Mary Hale of Mitcheldean, shopkeeper. Crime: Using non-standard weights. Other details: at above Petty Sessions.

         

[from Scope and ContentQ/PC/2/40/C/17. 12 May 1821. Offender: William Hale of Flaxley, blacksmith. Crime: Using non-standard weights. Other details: at above Petty Sessions. Fined 5/- and 8/6 costs.

 

     FILE  [no title] - ref.  Q/PC/2/41/D  - date: July - Oct 1822

         

[from Scope and ContentQ/PC/2/41/D/5. 31 July 1822. Offender: John Hale of Littledean, labourer. Crime: Possessing part of a fallow or red deer, without satisfactory explanation. Other details: E. Machen, J.P. William Coles of Lydney, gamekeeper to Rt. Hon. Charles Bathurst, complainant. Fined 30. Crime committed 31 July 1822.

 

      FILE  [no title] - ref.  Q/PC/2/46/D  - date: July-Dec 1827

         

[from Scope and ContentQ/PC/2/46/D/31. 1 August 1827. Offender: William Hale. Crime: Shooting two pigeons in Twelve Acres Field at Deerhurst Walton. Other details: J. Timbrill, D.D., J.P., and Rev. J. Keysall, J.P., at Tewkesbury. Fined 10/- to be paid to Benjamin Purser, an overseer of the poor of Deerhurst Walton. Crime committed 18 July 1827.

 

 

 

Information supplied by Michael Hale of Nanaimo, Canada.
(Extracted from: http://www.a2a.org.uk/)

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