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George Serle (Prison record)
Offence: Setting fire to a stack of wheat and a stack of straw, the property of one James Brown at Biggleswade on the 9th September 1859.
Sentence: 5 years Penal Servitude

Thomas Large (Prison record)
Offence: Trespassing in search of game on land in the occupation of Thomas Bates at Barton on the 10th July 1862.
Sentence: 5 Weeks Hard Labour or pay 57 shillings and sixpence

David Jones (Prison record)
Offence: Stealing two brushes the property of Thomas Evans Perkins at St. Cuthberts, Bedford
Sentence: 6 Calendar Months

Samuel Oliver (Prison record)
Offence: Wandering abroad to beg and gather alms, High street, Bedford on the 16 th day of May 1860.
Sentence: 21 Days Hard Labour

James Lord (Prison record)
Offence: Receiving a quantity of pigeons well knowing them to have been stolen on the 24th January 1861.
Sentence: 5 Years Penal Servitude (original sentence 7 years commuted by Baron Martin)

George Milnthorpe (Prison record)
Offence: By false pretences did attempt to obtain of Mr. F Hawley, Regent Street, London in the name of Lord John Thynne, one gold watch, one Albert chain, and one blood stone ring.
Sentence: 6 Calendar Months

Thomas Cook (Prison record)
Offence: Was drunk at Ridgmont on the 25th April 1862
Sentence: Sureties or 2 Calendar Months

Henry Lee (Prison record)
Offence: Found in the Parish Church of Luton on the night of the 3rd Sept. 1860 with intent to commit a Felony. Did assault and beat one Charles Neville, a Police Constable, while apprehending him, in the execution of his duty at Luton on the night of the 3rd Sept
Sentence: 6 years Penal Servitude

George Bennell (Prison record)
Offence: Found in the Parish Church of Luton on the night of the 3rd Sept. 1860 with intent to commit a Felony. Did assault and beat one Charles Neville, a Police Constable, while apprehending him, in the execution of his duty at Luton on the night of the 3rd Sept
Sentence: 2 years Hard Labour

Thomas Pearson (Prison record)
Offence: Committing damage to certain underwood to the amount of 2 shillings the property of one Edward Kidman, at Streatlley on the 16th Oct. 1860.
Sentence: 10 Days or pay 27 shillings

George Brown (Prison record)
Offence: Stealing from the person of one Mary Mayne one promissary note of the value of 5 pounds, two sovereigns and 1 half sovereign the property of James Mayne on the 20th October 1860
Sentence: 4 years Penal Servitude

Jane Green (Prison record)
Offence: Stealing from the person of one Mary Mayne, one promissory note of the value of £5, two sovereigns and one half sovereign the property of James Mayne at Leighton Buzzard on the 23rd. Oct. 1860.
Sentence: 4 years Penal Servitude

Henry James Green (Prison record)
Offence: Stealing from the person of one Mary Mayne one promissory note to the value of £5, two sovereigns and one half sovereign the property of James Mayne at Leighton Buzzard on the 23rd Oct. 1860.
Sentence: 4 years Penal Servitude

John Robinson (Prison record)
Offence: Stealing from the person of one Mary Mayne one promissory note to the value of £5, two sovereigns and one half sovereign the property of James Mayne at Leighton Buzzard on the 23rd Oct. 1860.
Sentence: 4 years Penal Servitude

William Jones (Prison record)
Offence: Stealing from the person of one Mary Mayne one promissory note to the value of £5, two sovereigns and one half sovereign the property of James Mayne at Leighton Buzzard on the 23rd Oct. 1860.
Sentence: 7 years Penal Servitude

George Claridge (Prison record)
Offence: Stealing 4 and a half pounds weight of pickled pork of the value of 3 shillings property of one William Creamer at Hockliffe.
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Thomas William Marmon (Prison record)
Offence: Breaking 24 panes of glass at the Luton Union, on the 15th Jan.1862.
Sentence: 14 days Hard Labour

William Parkins (Prison record)
Offence: Stealing one axe the property of John Barker at Dunstable on the 14th Nov. 1860.
Sentence: 12 Calendar Months Hard Labour

Joseph Blaydon (Prison record)
Offence: Vagrancy (Begging)
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