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Mary Brown junr. (Prison record)
Offence: Vagrancy Begging
Sentence: 21 Days Hard Labour

Mary Brown the younger (Prison record)
Offence: Vagrancy Begging
Sentence: 21 Days Hard Labour

Richard Darrington (Prison record)
Offence: Setting fire to a stack of Haulm the property of Thomas Grant at Great Barford on the 29th April 1856
Sentence:

Richard Darrington (Prison record)
Offence: Arson, Setting fire to a stack of Haulm
Sentence: Acquitted

Thomas Kelly (Prison record)
Offence: On 6th March 1852 at Luton wandering abroad to beg
Sentence: 21 Days Hard Labour

Thomas Kelly (Prison record)
Offence: Idle and Disorderly person [begging]
Sentence: 21 Days Hard Labour

John Ratcliff (Prison record)
Offence: Vagrancy Begging
Sentence: 14 Days Hard Labour

John Ratcliffe (Prison record)
Offence: vagrancy/begging
Sentence: 14 Days Hard Labour

Thomas Tinsley (Prison record)
Offence: Stealing a Gown
Sentence:

Thomas Tinsley (Prison record)
Offence: stealing a gown at Bedford for fur. Ex. (borough)
Sentence: