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Elizabeth Barzley (Prison record)
Offence: Stealing flour
Sentence: 1 Month Imprisonment

Jane Black (Prison record)
Offence: Examination passing a bad coin
Sentence: 4 Calendar Months Hard Labour

Jane Black (Prison record)
Offence: Uttering Counterfeit Coins
Sentence: 4 Calendar Months Hard Labour

Thomas Bolton (Prison record)
Offence: On 1st July last at Melchborne stealing one silver spoon of the value of 2 shillings the property of John Tebbs
Sentence: 2 Calendar Months Hard Labour

Thomas Bolton (Prison record)
Offence: Stealing a silver tea spoon. F.ex.Fully committed 3 August 1852
Sentence: 2 Calendar Months Hard Labour

Daniel Bougham (Prison record)
Offence: Begging
Sentence: 21 Days Hard Labour

Joseph Bowers (Prison record)
Offence: Rogue and Vagabond
Sentence: 3 Calendar Months Hard Labour

Mary Brettle (Prison record)
Offence: Drunkenness
Sentence: 7 Days Hard Labour or pay 5/6

Thomas Britten (Prison record)
Offence: Game Laws
Sentence: 3 calendar Months Hard Labour or pay £6.8s,3d.

Eliza Brockett (Prison record)
Offence: Vagrancy
Sentence: 14 Days Hard Labour

John Brown (Prison record)
Offence:
Sentence: 12 Calendar Months and Publicly Whipped at Woburn on next following Market Day

John Brown (Prison record)
Offence: Fowl stealing
Sentence: 3 Months Hard Labour

John Brown (Prison record)
Offence: Larceny
Sentence: 3 Calendar Months Hard Labour

Thomas Brown (Prison record)
Offence: Stealing Wheat
Sentence: 6 Months Hard Labour

Robert Bullen (Prison record)
Offence: County Court debtor
Sentence: 10s 9d or 14 days imprisonment and 11s 9d or 21 days imprisonment, concurrent

William Bushby (Prison record)
Offence: Stealing at the Parish of Clophill on the 30th day of January 1856 sundry ash roots of the value of two pence the property of Sir G.Osborn Baronet
Sentence: 21 Days Hard Labour

William Bushby (Prison record)
Offence: Stealing Wood
Sentence: 21 Days Hard Labour

Henry Carter (Prison record)
Offence: Misbehaviour in Workhouse. Borough
Sentence: 21 Days Hard Labour

James Casey (Prison record)
Offence: Drunk & Riotous
Sentence: 7 Days Gaol

James Chapman (Prison record)
Offence: stealing lead
Sentence: 6 Calendar Months Hard Labour