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Prisoner record from Bedford

Offence details

James Adams Name: James Adams Age: 35 Date of Offence: 12th December 1865 Offence: Maliciously breaking the glass of a certain window the property of William Clark at Luton on the 25th Nov.1865. Sentence: 1 Calendar Month or pay 2 pounds 4 shillings Type of trial: Luton Bench

Personal details

Height: 5 ft 10 ½ inches Hair colour: Light Brown Eye colour: Blue Visage: Long Complexion: Fresh Identifying marks: Two letters D on left breast, wooden leg
Trade or occupation: Labourer Education: Read Marriage status: Married Number of children: Unknown Religion: Church of England

Residence details

Birth town: Luton Birth country: England Residence town: Hitchin road, Luton Residence county: Bedfordshire Residence country: England

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