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What was Maurice up to?

solidrock2

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Can anyone see what my 2nd. great uncle did?



Name: Maurice BatchelorDate of Trial: 20 Jul 1867Trial Year: 1867Location of Trial: Hampshire, EnglandSentence: Imprisonment
 

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Not too informative, there is this, the transcription has what you have, the image says offence = larceny and sentence = 6 months.

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There is another article in the British newspaper archives but this is all i can get up as i have used my 3 free searches. This one gives a address.

Published: Saturday 15 June 1867

Newspaper: Hampshire Advertiser

County: Hampshire, England

Maurice Batchelor, of 4, Winchester-street, Kingsland- place, was charged with stealing nine elm planks, the property of Messrs. Rolles
 

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There is another article in the British newspaper archives but this is all i can get up as i have used my 3 free searches. This one gives a address.

Published: Saturday 15 June 1867

Newspaper: Hampshire Advertiser

County: Hampshire, England

Maurice Batchelor, of 4, Winchester-street, Kingsland- place, was charged with stealing nine elm planks, the property of Messrs. Rolles
British newspaper archives blocked my IP address about a year ago, they don't need my money any more.:rolleyes:
 

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