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Elijah Hudgell

1823 - 1887

Lowestoft Suffolk

 

 

 

 
  

Elijah Hudgell from Stowmarket was tried for stealing jewellery at Ipswich in 1847 and sentenced to 6 months imprisonment :


Elijah Hudgell

1847

Offence: Stealing one Silver guard Chain, five Silver Shirt studs, one pair
of Gold Ear drops and one Hair Chain


2 July 1847 Rendered in court
Elijah Hudgell,  Age, 19
[Possessions]: hat, coat, waistcoat, breeches, trousers, stockings, shoes,
shirts, handkerchiefs, knife, scarf.


If (sic) for trial: at the Assizes or Sessions: Convicted at Ipswich 2 July 1847
Sentence: Six Months, first, mid. and last weeks
Time will expire: 16th Dec 1847

(Taken from original transcript)

Petty Sessions Reports

The Ipswich Journal
Saturday October 23rd 1869

Lowestoft

Court House, Wednesday, October 20 - before R C Fowler, (chairman) and Has. Peto, Esqrs.

Leaving a Family Chargeable - Elijah Hudgell, labourer, was committed to goal for on month, with hard labour, for having left his wife and child chargeable to the parish of Lowestoft while he went fishing to the Westward.

Petty Sessions Reports
The Ipswich Journal Saturday June 28th 1973

Lowestoft

Elijah Hudgell, labourer, was bound over in the sum of 10 to keep the peace towards his wife for three Month

 

 

 

 

 


 

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