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Prisoner record from Bedford

Offence details

Joseph Bellingham Name: Joseph Bellingham Age: 14 Date of Offence: 15th October 1861 Offence: Stealing a horse and van the property of Charles Louis Kellip at Woolwich, and found in his possession at Humbershoe in the parish of Studham in the county of Bedford, on the 6th Oct. 1861. Sentence: 14 days Hard Labour and 4 years Reformatory Type of trial: Bedford Quarter Sessions

Personal details

Height: 4 ft 9 inches Hair colour: Light Eye colour: Grey Visage: Oval Complexion: Fair Identifying marks: Four small moles on back of neck, a cut mark on and above right eyebrow, lost part of bottom joint middle finger right hand
Trade or occupation: Errand boy Education: Imp Marriage status: Single Number of children: Unknown Religion: Church of England

Residence details

Birth town: Newcastle under Lyme Birth country: England Residence town: Woolwich Barracks Residence county: Kent Residence country: England

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