Master Mummers - Larceny by Morris Dancers: Register of Brigg Petty Sessions (I.T.Jones Collection (1881, T.B.Wright, R.Sutton & J.E.Cross))

I.T.Jones Collection (1881, T.B.Wright, R.Sutton & J.E.Cross)


Source:

Rev. T. B. Wright (Judge); Rev. R. Sutton (Judge); Rev. John Edward Cross (Judge)
Larceny by Morris Dancers: Register of Brigg Petty Sessions
I.T.Jones Collection, Recorded 11th Jan. 1881, Ref.L4-2

The register of Brigg Petty sessions is kept in Lincoln Castle. It records that the five men mentioned in Retford and Gainsborough Times (1881) were found guilty of stealing goods to the value of 1/7d from premises in New Brumby on 6th January 1881 (Thursday). The only other interesting information is that the tins were actually lobster and salmon! The three signaures are those of the adjudicating justices.

Index Terms:

Locations: New Brumby, Lincs. (SE8909)
Years: Occurred 1881
Subjects: Court Case; Petty Sessions; Larceny
People: Mr. Idwal Tudor Jones (Col.)
Archives: TDRG Archive, Ref. TD00575;
I.T.Jones Collection, Ref.L4-2

Last Updated Feb 2005 by Idwal Jones.