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Eliza TREASURE (13) bap. 16 Dec 1832 Stoke Lane, Somerset, England.

Eliza TREASURE was baptised on the 16th December 1832 at Stoke Lane to parents Levi & Betty TREASURE.

On the 6th June 1841 she is living at Phelps Hill with her parents and brother, James.

On the 30th March 1851 she is living and working at George St No. 12, Walcot, Bath as a general servant for Samuel SIMMS (Bookseller & Stationer).

In Q1 1854 she married (1)Isaac THOMPSON Reg. Shepton Mallet.

On the 7th 1861 she is living at Midway, Stoke Lane with her husband Isaac. He is an Ag Labourer.

On the 2nd April 1871 she is living at East End, Stoke Lane with her husband Isaac and her mother Elizabeth. Isaac is an Ag Labourer.

She left Liverpool and arrived in Quebec on the 20th May 1872 with husband Isaac, aboard the "Nestorian".

On the 8th October 1872 she married (2)Christopher George HATCHER Reg. Carleton, Ontario, Canada.

Her death has not been found yet.

James TREASURE - Trial - 26 Jan 1865 - Somerset, England.

Western Daily Press Thursday 26 Jan 1865

James Pester and Joseph Padfield, both of Chilcompton, labourers, and James Treasure, coal haulier, of Stoke Lane, were brought up in custody charged with stealing a quantity of hay on the morning of the 23rd inst., the property of Mr James Steeds, yeoman, of Kilmersdon. They were severally committed to Shepton Mallet House of Correction for six weeks.

Source The British Newspaper Archive (beta).

James TREASURE - Trial - 31 Dec 1850 - Wells, Somerset, England

Somerset Heritage Centre Archives Document
Q/SR/582/70 Examination - 4 Dec 1850
Transcribed by Veanne Treasure 12 Oct 2010
(James TREASURE b. 1829 d. 1910 Stoke Lane)



James Treasure stands charged before the undersigned, one of Her Majestys Justices of the Peace in and for the County of Somerset, this fourth day of December in the Year of our Lord One Thousand Eight Hundred and Fifty for that he the said James Treasure on the second day of November last at the Parish of Stoke Lane otherwise Stoke Saint Michael in the said County did feloniously steal take and carry away one Husk of the value of Two pounds the property of John Giddings of the same parish Edge Tool Maker.

And the said Charge being read to the said James Treasure and the Witnesses for the Prosecution, John Giddons, Henry Goodfellow and Ann Fry being severally examined in his presence, the said James Treasure is now addressed by me as follows; Having heard the Evidence, do you wish to say anything in answer to this Charge? You are not obliged to say anything unless you desire to do so; but whatever you say will be taken down in Writing, and may be Given in Evidence against you upon your Trial. And you are clearly to understand, that you have nothing to hope from any promise of favour, and nothing to fear from any threat which may have been holden out to you to induce you to make any admission or confession of your Guilt, but that whatever you shall now say may be given in Evidence against you upon your trial, notwithstanding such promise or threat;

Whereupon the said James Treasure saith as follows:

I dont know either Mr or Mrs Fry. They never bought any iron of me.

In presence before me) signed with a mark (X)
???????? (signature)


Somerset Heritage Centre Archives Document
Q/SR/582/69 Information - 4 Dec 1850
Transcribed by Veanne Treasure 12 Oct 2010
(James TREASURE b. 1829 d.1910 - Stoke Lane)



THE DEPOSITIONS OF WITNESSES against James Treasure late of Stoke Lane otherwise Stoke Saint Michael in the said County, now charged before me the undersigned, one of Her Majestys Justices of the Peace, in and for the said County, with having feloniously stolen taken and carried away one Iron Husk the property of John Giddings of the same place.

Taken on Oath before me the said Justice, in the presence of the said James Treasure this fourth day of December in the year of our Lord, One Thousand Eight Hundred and Fifty.

John Giddings on his oath saith follows:

I am an Edge tool maker and reside at Stoke Lane otherwise Stoke Saint Michael. On the twenty third of October last the iron husk now produced was lying in my yard near the Inn at Stoke Lane. About a week after that I missed it from my yard. I saw it at Mr Maggs foundry at Bourton Dorset on the twenty seventh of November last. The husk now produced is the same and the value of it is two pounds. The weight of it is two hundred ahalf and twenty one pounds.

Signed John Giddings

In presence and sworn before me

?????? (signature)


Henry Goodfellow on his oath saith as follows:

I am clerk to Mr Oliver Maggs over Iron foundry at Bourton Dorset. Some day in the week ending the sixteenth day of November last James Fry of Bruton brought the iron husk now produced and this old iron to my masters foundry. I bought it of him at 2/6 per Cwt the usual price for old iron. I know Fry as a collector of old iron and have bought of him before.

Signed H Goodfellow

In presence and sworn before me

?????? (signature)

Ann Fry on her oath saith as follows:

I am the wife of James Fry a Dealer in marine stores. I know the prisoner James Treasure. On the evening of the fifth of November I saw the prisoner at my house he came to the gateway where I was.
He asked me if my husband was come home. I told him he was but he was gone out. He said Ive got some iron. I said how much. He said I suppose between three and four hundred. He then went away. The next morning I went out in the shop about nine oclock. I saw the prisoner there and one John Langley. My husband was weighing the iron husk now produced and I heard the prisoner say it was to be two shillings per hundred. He asked two shillings and sixpence per hundred after it was weighed my husband paid the prisoner for it.

Signed with a mark (X)

In presence and sworn before me

?????? (signature)

James TREASURE (12) born 23 Jun 1829 Stoke Lane, Somerset, England

James TREASURE was born on the 23rd June 1829 at Stoke Lane to parents Levi & Elizabeth TREASURE.

He was baptised on the 6th September 1829 at St Michaels Parish Church, Stoke Lane.

On the 6th June 1841 he is living at Phelps Hill with his parents and youngest sister, Eliza.

On the 31st December 1850 he was tried and convicted of larceny and imprisoned for 5 months.

On the 30th March 1851 he is a prisoner at Cornhill Gaol, Shepton Mallet. He is an unmarried Labourer.

On the 23rd May 1852 he married Caroline EMBLIN at St Michael's Parish Church, Stoke Lane. Witnessed by Abraham STOCK & Anne FRANCIS.

On the 19th March 1854 he and Caroline baptised their first daughter, Louisa Ann TREASURE at Stoke Lane.

On the 21st March 1854 he was tried and convicted of larceny and imprisoned for 12 months.

On the 6th April 1856 he and Caroline baptised their first son, Edmund John (aka John) at Stoke Lane.

On the 13th January 1858 he and Caroline baptised their second son, Henry George (aka George) at Stoke Lane.

On the 18th December 1859 he and Caroline baptised their third son, Henry James (aka Henry) at Stoke Lane.

On the 7th April 1861 he is living at Mendip with his family, Caroline, Louisa, John, George & Henry. He is a married Coal Haulier.

On the 25th December 1862 he and Caroline baptised their fourth son, Levi at Stoke Lane.

On the 3rd July 1864 he and Caroline baptised their second daughter, Caroline at Stoke Lane.

On the 23rd January 1865 he was convicted of stealing hay from Mr James Steeds and spent 6 weeks at the House of Correction in Shepton Mallet.

On the 2nd April 1871 he is living at East End with his family, wife Caroline, Louisa, John, George, Henry and Caroline. He is a married Labourer.

On the 3rd April 1881 he is living at East End Cottages with his family, wife Caroline, John, Henry, Levi and Caroline.
He is a married Coal Haulier.

On the 5th April 1891 he is living at East End with his family, wife Caroline, John & George.

On the 20th April 1891 he was fined for leaving a cart in the highway at night. PC Hector blundered against it.

On the 31st March 1901 he is living In Village with son John and grandson Herbert (Caroline's son). He is a widower and living on his own means.

He died on 17th September 1910 at the Union Workhouse, Shepton Mallet.

Eliza TREASURE (11) born 17 Sep 1827 Stoke Lane, Somerset, England

Eliza TREASURE was born on the 17th September 1827 at Stoke Lane to parents Levi & Betty TREASURE.

She was baptised on the 26th March 1828 at Stoke Lane.

She was buried on the 10th April 1828 at Stoke Lane aged 6 months.

Edward TREASURE - Trial - 28 Mar 1848 Wells, Somerset, England

Somerset Heritage Centre Archives Documents
Depositions and Witness Statements for trial
28th March 1848 - Wells, Somerset, England
Transcribed by Veanne Treasure 22 April 2012
(Edward TREASURE b. 1825 d. 1886)


Document No. 54

8th February 1840
Frome

Depositions against Edward TREASURE for stealing Sweed Turnips from Stephen STEED.

Committed for next Wells Quarter Session.

Recog???ances £40 each.

Alexander GERRARD to prosecute

William FILER )
James NICHOLLS )
William HOLDWAY ) to give evidence
Thomas BURGE )
Edward MILBORNE )


Document No. 189

The Prisoner, Edward TREASURE, upon being asked if he wished to say anything in answer to the Charge, Voluntarily Says, as follows

I know nothing at all about it. I never ??? the Boots that they swore to the Tracks until Saturday Morning.

Signed Edward TREASURE

Taken before me

Signed John George MOGG


Document No. 190

Alexander GERRARD being sworn upon his oath saith as follows

I am servant to Messrs Stephen and Edward STEEDS of Norton Down Farm. They are partners. Some Sweeds were missing from their premises on Saturday morning last the 5th instant. Neither of my masters were at home at the time it was discovered that the Pit was broken into.

Signed Alexander GERRARD

Taken and sworn before me

Signed John George MOGG

Document No. 191

Thomas BURGE, being Sworn upon his Oath saith as follows

I am Constable of the Parish of Chilcompton. This Morning, Tuesday the 8th February, the Boots now produced were taken off the Prisoners feet and I compared them with some Tracks in the Yard leading to the Turnip Pit and they perfectly agreed. I believe the Prisoners boots made those tracks.

Signed Thomas BURGE

Taken and sworn before me

Signed John George MOGG

Document No. 192

William HOLDWAY being sworn upon his oath saith as follows

I am in the employ of Mr Stephen STEEDS and his Brothers. In consequence of information derived from the witness NICHOLLS I went yesterday (Monday the 7th February) to the Prisoners (Edward TREASURE) residence at Stoke Lane about five miles from Norton Down, and searched a Dung Mixer close to the back door and found some pieces of Sweed Turnips freshly cut covered over more than two feet deep. The Prisoner lives as a Single Man with his (Mother Elizabeth crossed through) Father and Mother. His Mother was at home, but not the Prisoner or his Father. I then went on to Evercreech and apprehended the Prisoner at the Bell Inn and told him that it was for stealing Sweeds on Friday night from Norton Down. He said he was at home Friday evening and did not go out until Monday morning. I brought him then to Norton Down and in the course of the evening I looked at his boots. This morning the Prisoner was requested to take off his Boots by the Constable Thomas BURGE, which he did, and I and BURGE compared the same with tracks of a Mans Foot which were then visible near to the Turnip Pit, and they are exactly the same. I saw the same Tracks closer to the Pit on Sunday Morning last.

Signed William HOLDWAY

Taken and sworn before me

Signed John George MOGG

Document No. 193

James NICHOLLS being sworn upon his oath saith as follows

I live at Holcombe and am a Hay ward of that Parish. On last Saturday morning (the fifth of February) I met the Prisoner Edward TREASURE and another Man coming down Holcombe Hill towards Edford and Stoke Lane. They had several donkeys with them all loaded. TREASURE said to me Good Morning, Sir and I replied Good Morning, Gentlemen you are loaded be??? this morning. One of them replied Yes we be. It was about two miles and a half from Norton Down Farm to the place where I met the Prisoner, and it was in the direct road to Stoke Lane, where the Prisoner TREASURE lives. I knew his Person well before, but not exactly his name. TREASURE was close to me when I passed him in Holcombe Hill. The Prisoner Edward TREASURE keeps several Donkeys and carries Coal. Since I have told Mr STEEDS what I saw, the Prisoner, whilst in custody, has threatened to cut my throat, and swore he would beat my brains out. The Prisoner has now said that his Father keeps two Donkeys. He lives with his Father.

The Mark of James NICHOLLS

Taken and Sworn before me

Signed John George MOGG

Document No. 194

Somerset to Wit Depositions against Edward TREASURE for stealing turnips from a Pit taken upon oath this Eighth day of February 1848.

William FILER being sworn upon his oath saith as follows

I am a workman in the employ of Messrs Stephen STEEDS and brothers at Norton Down Farm in the Parishes of Midsomer Norton and Chilcompton in the County of Somerset. My Masters have got a large Pit of Sweed Turnips in a Plot of Ground in the said Parish of Midsomer Norton about fifty yards from their Farm House and Premises at Norton Down aforesaid. I took some Sweeds out of this Pit about five oclock in the Evening of Friday last, the fourth of February instant for my Masters cattle and then covered the Pit over with Straw and Reed as before. About half past Seven oclock the next Morning (Saturday the fifth of February) I went to this Pit for Sweeds. I found that the Pit had been opened, and about two yards and a half in length and a bout a yard in width of the space of the Pit had been partially cleared of the largest of the Turnips containing altogether about three Sacks and worth at least about seven shillings and six pence. They had been stolen. I observed the marks of a Mans Feet, and also, apparently, those of a Bag close to the Pit. I told my fellow workmen what I had seen and in a few minutes I saw a Donkey standing in the Road close to my Masters premises with a Bag of Sweed Turnips on his back. I saw the Tracks of two Donkeys about fifty yards from the Pit, on my Masters Premises, one of which was shod and the other not. The Donkey I saw in the Road and which is now owned by Jane EMERY, a married Sister of the Prisoner, and who lives at Stoke Lane, has no shoes on. I also saw the same Tracks of a Mans foot from the Pit to a track leading into the Road from my Masters Premises.

The Mark of William FILER

Taken and Sworn before )
me a Justice of the Peace )
in and for the County of ) Signed John George MOGG
Somerset )


Document No. 195

Edward MILBORNE being sworn upon his Oath saith as follows

I was placed as Guard over the Prisoner Edward TREASURE. In the course of last Monday night whilst sitting up with the Prisoner at Norton Down Farm I asked the Prisoner to show me his Boots, which he did. I looked at them and said that appears like the Tracks that were out in the Yard. He said Do you think it is. I replied Yes, I do think so. He then said he would give me a Sovereign if I would do away with the Tracks. He also said he had got a new Pair of Kerseymere Breeches and Leggings and he would give me them too and if I would get him another pair of Boots he would give me those he then wore. I was with the Prisoner this Morning at Crabbs Beer House near Norton Down and the Prisoner asked some Man whom he knew and called Joe, to change Boots which I objected to. Last night the Prisoner by means of a Poker and by stamping his feet and scraping them against the Grate endeavoured to get some Nails out of his Boots. This morning the Prisoner with a Piece of Hoop Iron took out two Nails from one of his Boots, and drove in one of them in another place in his Boot. He was handcuffed to me all the time.

Signed Edward MILBORNE

Taken and sworn before me

Signed John George MOGG


Document No. 334

These are to Certify that at the General Quarter Session of the Peace of our Lady the Queen holden at Bridgwater in and for the County of Somerset, on Monday the twenty ninth day of June in the adjournment to Monday the sixth day of July following at the City of Wells in and for the said County, and then there holden Edward TREASURE late of the Parish of Evercreech in the said County, labourer was in due form of Law indicted, tried and convicted For that he the said Edward TREASURE ( with two others) on the fourteenth day of April in the year of our Lord One Thousand Eight Hundred and forty with force and arms at the Parish aforesaid, in the County aforesaid, a certain Building of one John WEST, Clerk, there situate feloniously did break and enter, the said Building then and there being within the Curtilage of the Dwelling house of the said John WEST there and there being part thereof according to the provisions of the Statute in such case made and provided and that the said Edward TREASURE (with the said two others) one handkerchief of the value of six pence of the goods and chattels of the value of twelve pence and one looking glass of the value of six pence of the goods and chattels of George DUPE in the same building then and there being found then and there in the same Building feloniously did steal take and carry away against the form of the Statute in that case made and provided an against the Queens Peace.

And the said Edward TREASURE was thereupon ordered and adjudged by the Court to be transported beyond the Seas for Ten years.

Given under my hand this sixteenth day of March in the year of our Lord 1848.

Signed Edwin LOVELL
Clerk of the Peace for the said County of Somerset

John TREASURE - Trial - 23 Mar 1840 - Wells, Somerset, England

Somerset Heritage Centre Archives Documents
Depositions and Witness Statements for Trial
23rd Mar 1840 - Wells, Somerset, England
Transcribed by Veanne Treasure 22 April 2012
(John TREASURE b. 1815 d. 1891)

Calendar or Prisoners Spring Sessions, held at the City of Wells, on Monday, the 23rd day of March 1840. No. 112 John TREASURE Age 22. Read N. Write N. Trade Labourer. By Whom Committed. J. Wickham, Esq. Date of Warrant March 16. From what Division Shepton Mallet. Offence charged with. Stealing two sacks of Potatoes, the property of John LEWIS.

Q/SR 507/ 32-35

Document No. 32

The Voluntary Examination of John TREASURE of the Parish of Shepton Mallet in the said County Labourer taken before me the undersigned one of Her Majestys Justices of the Peace acting in and for the said County this sixteenth day of March 1840.

Who voluntarily saith as follows

I know nothing at all about the Job. I never sold COOK a Potatoe in my life. I never carried a Potatoe to his House. I have nothing else to say.

Taken before me the day )
and year first above written )
and I hereby certify that the )
above examination was read ) The Mark of John TREASURE
over to the above named )
John TREASURE before he signed )
the same and that he appeared )
perfectly to understand the same )


Signed J. WICKHAM

Document No. 33

The information of Joseph PORTER of the Parish of Shepton Mallet in the said County, Labourer taken on his Oath before me the undersigned one of her Majestys Justices of the Peace in and for the said County of Somerset, this sixteenth day of March 1840.

Who saith as follows

On Tuesday Evening the tenth of March instant about Eight oclock my Brother in Law James COOK came to my House at Board Cross. I cannot recollect whether he came with my wife or whether she was at home when he came. My wife said she knew some Person who had got half a sack of Potatoes to sell. COOK said he would have them. My wife said that the Potatoes were in at TREASUREs whose house is about ten yards from mine. My wife was to go out to see whether they had got them or not and James would have them if they had got them. My wife went out and she came back in a few minutes. When she came back she said that he was to have the Potatoes and they would come along in a little bit with them and there was to be a rap at the Door when they came along. When they came along my wife said Here they be coming. Then James got up and went out. My wife went to the Door with him.

Taken and sworn before )
Me the day and year ) The Mark of Joseph PORTER
First above written )

Signed J. WICKHAM

Document No. 34

The information of James COOK of the Parish of Shepton Mallet in the said County, Labourer taken on his Oath before me the undersigned one of her Majestys Justices of the Peace in and for the said County of Somerset, this sixteenth day of March 1840.

Who saith as follows

I am a Dealer in Potatoes and Cheese in Shepton Mallet. On Tuesday evening last, the tenth Day of March instant, my Sister Nancy PORTER came to my House for some Potatoes. I told her I had not got many but she was just come in time until I had got some more. She said there were some Potatoes for sale up in Board Cross and she asked me if I would have half a sack. She said that TREASUREs people had some to sell. I said they did bear such a character I did not like to have any hands with them. She made answer there they be for sale and if you dont have them another will. I then went up with my Sister to her House which is at Board Cross. Her Husband and her little boy were there. The agreement was that she was to go in to TREASUREs and agree for the Potatoes. TREASUREs House is only about Ten yards from my Sisters. My Sister went out and in a few minutes returned. She told me I was to have the Potatoes and they would bring them along presently and as soon as they did come along they would hit the Door. After a few minutes we heard some Persons come along and my Sister said Here they be coming along. I went and opened the Door and I saw the Person now present, namely, John TREASURE, with a sack on his shoulder and his little Brother with him. I stepped on and overtook him and I said to him. There you have got them. He said Yes. We then went to my House. He took the sack into my House. The Potatoes were measured and accounted to Five Pecks, for which I paid him Three shillings and four pence. The Potatoes were red rough Potatoes and I now produce some of the Potatoes which I purchased of John TREASURE.

Taken and sworn before )
me the day and year first ) The Mark of James COOK
above written )

Signed J. WICKHAM

Document No. 35

The information of John LEWIS of East Compton within the Parish of Pilton in the said County, Yeoman taken on his Oath before me the undersigned one of her Majestys Justices of the Peace in and for the said County of Somerset, this sixteenth day of March 1840.

Who saith as follows

I am a Farmer and live at East Compton in the Parish of Pilton. Late in the night of Monday the ninth of March instant or early in the Morning of Tuesday the tenth of March instant a Quantity of Red Rough Potatoes, consisting of about two Sacks, were stolen from a Potatoe Pit in my Garden at East Compton. I had seen the Potatoe Pit between four and five oclock on the Monday afternoon and it was then unbroken in that part from whence the Potatoes were stolen. The Potatoes which are now produced by James COOK of Shepton Mallet Labourer are some of the Potatoes that were taken from my Pit. I produced a sample of Potatoes which I myself took from the Pit and they correspond with the Potatoes produced by COOK. The Potatoes were grown in a Field that was limed last year. The earth on the Potatoes is precisely the same and mixed with lime. The Potatoes were covered with Barley Straw.

Taken and sworn before me )
the day and year first above ) Signed John LEWIS
written )


Signed J. WICKHAM


Q/SR 507/271


These are to Certify that at the General Quarter Session of the Peace of our Lady the Queen, holden by adjournment at the City of Wells in and for the County of Somerset, on Monday the ninth day of July in the second year of her said Majestys Reign John TREASURE late of the Parish of Stoke Lane otherwise called Stoke Saint Michael in the said County labourer was in due form of Law indicted tried and convicted For that he the said John TREASURE (with another) on the ninth day of June in the Year of our Lord One Thousand Eight Hundred and Thirty eight with force and arms at the Parish aforesaid in the County aforesaid together with ten other persons unknown in and upon one John VESEY in the Peace of God and our said Lady the Queen then and there being feloniously did make an assault and one shirt of the value of twelve pence two quarts of brandy of the value of eight shillings and one piece of the current silver coin of this Realm to wit an half Crown of the value of two shillings and six pence of the Goods Chattels and monies of the said John VESEY from the person and against the will of the said John VESEY then and there by feloniously putting him the said John VESEY in corporal fear and danger of his life violently and feloniously did steal take and carry away against the Queens Peace.

And the said John TREASURE was thereupon ordered and adjudged by the Court to be imprisoned and kept to hard labour in the House of Correction at Wilton for nine calendar months, three separate weeks thereof in solitary confinement.

Given under my hands this twenty first day of March in the year of our Lord 1840.

Signed Edward COLES (Clerk of the Peace).

Edward TREASURE (10) born 3 Mar 1825 Stoke Lane, Somerset, England

Edward TREASURE was born on the 3rd March 1825 at Stoke Lane, Somerset, England.

He was baptised on the 10th April 1825 at Stoke Lane to Levi & Elizabeth TREASURE.

On the 2nd April 1840 he was acquitted of larceny. His father Levi was also acquitted of burglary on the same day.

On the 6th July 1840 he was convicted of curtilege breaking and sentenced to transportation to Australia for 10 years.

On the 6th June 1841 he was a prisoner at Millbank Prison, Middlesex.

????? Back to Stoke Lane.

On the 28th March 1848 he convicted of Larceny before convicted of a Felony and sentenced to transportation to Australia for 10 years.

On the 30th March 1851 he was a prisoner on board the "Stirling Castle" Prison Hulk in Portsmouth Harbour.

On the 16th July 1851 he left England on board the convict ship "Minden".

On the 18th October 1851 he arrived at Freemantle, Western Australia.

He was granted his Ticket of Leave prior to the ship arriving in Western Australia.

In October 1856 he was granted his Conditional Convict Pardon.

On the 17th February 1863 he married Anna Maria NORRISH.

He died on the 26th January 1886 at Kojonup, Western Australia, Australia and is buried at Kojonup Cemetery.

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Sarah TREASURE (9) bap. 20 Apr 1823 Stoke Lane, Somerset, England

Sarah TREASURE was baptised on the 20th April 1823 at Stoke Lane to parents Levi & Elizabeth TREASURE.

She was buried 23 May 1828 at Stoke Lane aged 5 years old.

Mary Ann TREASURE - Convict Conduct Record - Tasmania

Transcript of the Conduct Record for Female Prisoners in TASMANIA

161 TREASURE, Ann Mary
Gilbert Henderson, 24 April 1840
Somerset QS, 21 October 1830

Tried for Larceny Gaol Report Bad Convicted before Single stated this offence stealing apples ? once for shoes 14 days once for potatoes 1 month Single 2 years on the Town.


July 15, 1840 Nicholls/ Being drunk and other misconduct, solitary confinement 10 days

18 Nov, 1840 Draker/ Absent without leave to ?

15 Feb, 1841 Johnson/ Neglect of duty & insolence. Cell on bread and water 4 days

17 Mar, 1841 Johnson/ Disobedience ? 6 days ?

15 June, 1841 Johnson/ Absent without leave 3 days solitary & not to be ? with a special order from PC (PS)

23 March, 1842 Insolence 4 days solitary

25 May 1842 Fry/ Absent without leave 1 month at the wash tub PS

9 Aug, 1842 Tegg/ Disorderly conduct 4 months at the wash tub/PS

17 Jan, 1843 Bilton/ Out after hours, reprimanded PS

24 Jan, 1843 Bilton/ Misconduct, reprimanded

18 July, 1843 Levy/ Absent without leave, 3 months hard labour in ? the 2nd class ?

22/8/1844 Recovered to the ? for a CP 24/12/44 Granted 16/12/45

Dec 7th/1844 Tho/ Misconduct Admd/CS

Dec 18/44 Tho/ Drunk & disorderly, one month hard labor ????

The Lt Governor has been pleased to remit the unexpired portion of the sentence of one month hard labor ? on this woman, on her husbands promise to remove her from the district of Richmond Vine ?????? 1845