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James Butcher (Prison record)
Offence: Stealing 48 iron shackles for hurdles
Sentence: 1 Calendar Month Hard Labour and once privately whipped

Jesse Cannell (Prison record)
Offence: Stealing Lead. Borough
Sentence: 14 Days Gaol

Charles Catlin (Prison record)
Offence: Stealing a gown
Sentence: 1 Month and whipped

William Chaberlain (Prison record)
Offence: Vagrancy gaming
Sentence: 14 Days Hard Labour

John Chamberlain (Prison record)
Offence: Stealing a Gold Seal
Sentence: 2 Months Hard Labour and privately Whipped

John Chamberlain (Prison record)
Offence: Larceny
Sentence: 2 Months Hard Labour, 1 week to be close and whipped

William Chamberlain (Prison record)
Offence: vagrancy (gaming)
Sentence: 14 Days Hard Labour

Thomas Clifton (Prison record)
Offence: Stealing A fishing rod reel and line and two straps
Sentence: 0

Henry Cockburn (Prison record)
Offence: Stealing Money
Sentence: 6 Weeks Hard Labour

George Coleman (Prison record)
Offence: Stealing a Watch
Sentence: 1 Calendar Month Hard Labour

William Cook (Prison record)
Offence: Stealing a Hat
Sentence: 3 Weeks twice whipped

Stephen Cooper (Prison record)
Offence: Breach of the Game Laws
Sentence: 3 Months

James Craft (Prison record)
Offence: Stealing Ferrets
Sentence: 1 Week Gaol and whipped

John Cummings (Prison record)
Offence: Stealing a loaf of bread

John Cummings (Prison record)
Offence: Stealing a loaf of bread. (Borough)
Sentence: from remand

Alfred Dickens (Prison record)
Offence: Stealing part of a fence.
Sentence: 7 Days Hard Labour or pay 6d. Fine, 2d. Damage,23s 6d. Costs.

Alfred Dickins (Prison record)
Offence: On 18th February 1850 at Leighton Buzzard stealing part of a fence consisting of deal wood whereby the said fence was injured to the value of 2 pence the property of Edward Lawford
Sentence: 7 Days Hard Labour or pay 6 pence fine 2 pence damages 23 shillings and 6 pence costs

James Ditton (Prison record)
Offence: Hawking without a Licence (borough)

Jacob Dukins (Prison record)
Offence: Examination

Charles Eagles (Prison record)
Offence: Stealing Money. Borough
Sentence: 1 Calendar Month Hard Labour 4 Years Reformatory.