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Arthur Macdonald Bailey (Prison record)
Offence: Assault. Borough.
Sentence: 3 Days or pay 4/6

Charles Bailey (Prison record)
Offence: Torturing a Gelding. Borough
Sentence: 3 Days Hard Labour

Arthur Macdonald Bayley (Prison record)
Offence: Stealing Apples & Plums. Borough
Sentence:

William Bird (Prison record)
Offence: Stealing fruit
Sentence: 21 Days Hard Labour or pay 5 shillings and one penny

William Bird (Prison record)
Offence: Stealing fruit.
Sentence: 21 Days Hard Labour HC or pay 5s 1d.

William Bygrave (Prison record)
Offence: Wilful Damage
Sentence: 14 Days Hard Labour or pay 5/

Henry Catlin (Prison record)
Offence: Stealing Shoes
Sentence: 7 Years Transportation commuted sentence 4 Months Hard Labour

Charles Caton (Prison record)
Offence: Recognizance. Witness for the Crown
Sentence: Discharged

William Chamberlain (Prison record)
Offence: stealing a copper teakettle
Sentence: 14 Days Hard Labour and to be once whipped

William Chamberlin (Prison record)
Offence: Stealing a copper tea kettle
Sentence: 14 Days Hard Labour and to be once whipped

William Cocking (Prison record)
Offence: Arson
Sentence: Acquitted

Ann Cox (Prison record)
Offence: Stealing Bread
Sentence: 3 Calendar Months Hard Labour

William Dickens (Prison record)
Offence: stealing hens eggs
Sentence: 14 days gaol & four years reformatory

George Edwards (Prison record)
Offence: At the Parish of Sandy on the 1st July 1853 unlawfully and wilfully placing on the rails of the Northern Railway certain stones for the purpose of obstructing the traffic on the said railroad
Sentence: 3 Calendar Months Hard Labour

George Edwards (Prison record)
Offence: Further examination. Unlawfully obstructing a railway
Sentence: 3 Calendar Months Hard Labour H.C

Emma Green (Prison record)
Offence: Housebreaking
Sentence: Acquitted

William Gudgin (Prison record)
Offence: Stealing a tin can and glasses etc.
Sentence: 1 month and 1 day gaol, and three years reformatory.

William Hart (Prison record)
Offence: Stealing Money &c
Sentence: 14 Days Hard Labour and 2 years at Reformatory

John Hill (Prison record)
Offence: Arson
Sentence: 1 Calendar Month Hard Labour

William Hine (Prison record)
Offence: Stealing a pair of children's shoes. Stealing a pair of women's boots.
Sentence: 14 Days Gaol, 1 Month Gaol and 4 Years Reformatory