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The Northampton Mercury

Newspaper Index 1838 - 1846

from Sarah Spink

This article was originally published in the December 2003 edition of Soul Search, the journal of The Sole Society

1838

Northamptonshire Michaelmas sessions R Durrant and J Adams were convicted of stealing fourteen Felloes the property of J Sewell of Brackley. They were sentenced to six months hard labour.

Commitments to the County Gaol Richard Durrant (admitted to bail) and John Adams charged with stealing at Brackley St Peter, 14 Felloes the property of James Sewell.

1842

Johannah Sewell Wellingborough Commitments to the County Gaol and House of Correction for seven days, for behaving in an indecent manner in the streets at Wellingborough.

Laxton Commitments to the county gaol William Waterfield , charged with stealing at Laxton, certain horse trappings, the property of John Sewell, and a jacket, a pair of gaiter, and a waistcoat the property of Edward Kirby and Francis Dexter.

Laxton Quarter sessions William Waterfield aged 29, charged with stealing at Laxton, certain horse trappings the property of John Sewell and further charged with stealing a pair of gaiters the property of Edward Kirby and Francis Dexter.

1843

Kings Cliffe commitments to the County Gaol and House of Correction Thomas Ball, Henry Giddings and Thomas Hare of Oundle charged with stealing at Kings Cliffe, two fowls, the property of Daniel Sewell

Mr Henry Sewell of Thenford, in this county died on the 5th instant aged 73

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