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Series QSR
Quarter Sessions Rolls


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QSR 38-132 were dealt with in 1933. Documents relating to closure or diversion of rights of way were removed. Depositions were also removed and now form QSD 0/1 to 0/30. QSD 1-32 continue the series to 1899. After that only sample years kept. The remaining records are corner-filed, one file for each session:

See also QSR 34, 34a (Addenda).

Note. - In the arrangement of the rolls for binding, the original order was unfortunately broken up by the Record Agents, and the rolls were arranged by years.



QSR 21

Covering Dates: 1811 - 1813

1811
Reference: 168

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Sacrament and other business: Certificates: Thos. imes, [Bedford, St. Paul]
Reference: 175

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Sacrament and other business: Certificates: Jn. Miller, Bedford.
Reference: 180

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Sacrament and other business: Certificates: Rev. Wm. Elstob, clerk. [Shelton].
Reference: 184

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Sacrament and other business: Oaths: Of allegiance signed by Jn. Willer, Wm. Barker, Wm. Elstob, Jn. Whitworth, Jn. Alcock, Jn. Jacobs, Rd. Lane, Jn. Maw?, Beaumont Cole.
Reference: 176

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Chapel certificates: House of Rd. Sharpe, Willington to be used by Episcopal Protestant Church of the United Brethren.
Reference: 177

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Corn rent: Certificate by persons appointed to enquire into the corn rent for Maulden that the average price of a Winchester bushel is 9s. 6d. (see 1810/30)
Reference: 37

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Military business: Order made at Meeting of Lieutenancy of County that the adjutants be paid 30 expenses each.
Reference: 181

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Military business: Return of 1st Reg. of Beds. local Militia.
Reference: 182

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Military business: Return of 2nd Reg. of Beds. local Militia.
Reference: 183

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Military business: Return of Beds. Militia.
Reference: 296

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Military business: Printed letter from War office regarding payment for conveyance. of troops.
Reference: 144

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Bridges: Cert. by Rt. Henry Gibbon, Bedford, gent., that he saw 2 J.P.'s sign a cert. for Harrowden bridge. (see 195)
Reference: 171

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Bridges: J.P.s cert. as in 144. (see 195)
Reference: 279

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Bridges: J.P.'s pres. that Harrowden bridge is out of repair.
Reference: 24

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Highways: Diversion of road in Luton, from Luton Town St. down Barber Lane, north easterly.
Reference: 25

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Highways: Plan of 24.
Reference: 26

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Highways: Consent of Leo. Hampson to 24.
Reference: 34

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Highways: Order that highway from Luton to Barton be repaired and makes division, each parish being responsible for a certain part. (see 148)
Reference: 35

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Highways: Plan of 34 giving divisions.
Reference: 40

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Highways: Notice of Thos. Lane Wood [Leighton Buzzard] that he intends to appeal against conviction for not paying road duty. (see 39, 173, 302)
Reference: 42

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Highways: Diversion of a bridleway, lying between Swan Lane and road from Biggleswade to Girtford.
Reference: 43,44

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Highways: Plans of 42.
Reference: 45

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Highways: J.P.'s cert. that road of 42 is made up.
Reference: 46

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Highways: Consent of Saml. Henley Ongley, Sandy, to diversion of 42.
Reference: 47

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Highways: J.P.'s order that old footway of 42 be stopped up as new bridleway is made.
Reference: 48

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Highways: As 43.
Reference: 148

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Highways: Cert. of Thos. Smith, treatley, that he saw 2 J.P.'s sign a cert. for Barton road. (see 34)
Reference: 170

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Highways: Surveyor's measurement of a road in Clophill with remarks as to state of repair along various lengths.
Reference: 172

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Highways: J.P's presentment that road from Harlington to Hexton, Herts. is in repair (see 286).
Reference: 173

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Highways: Leighton Buzzard road surveyor's certificate that Thos. Lane Wood refuses to pay 15/- statute duty. (see 39, 40).
Reference: 244

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Highways: Estimate for repairing road at Wootton.
Reference: 280

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Highways: J.P's presentment that highway at Wootton from Hoo Lane, Marston to Kempston Lane is out of repair (see 32, court order).
Reference: 281

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Highways: J.P's presentment that highway from Dunstable to Luton at Leagrave is out of repair.
Reference: 285,287

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Highways: J.P's presentment that highway from Southill to Clophill in Haynes is out of repair.
Reference: 286

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Highways: J.P's presentment that highway in 172 is out of repair.
Reference: 288

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Highways: J.P's presentment that highway at Clophill and Haynes is out of repair.
Reference: 187,204,207,227,236

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Gaol bills: Prisoners' bread.
Reference: 190,203,224,243

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Gaol bills: Coal.
Reference: 192

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Gaol bills: Basket maker's.
Reference: 193,211,239

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Gaol bills: Bricklayer's.
Reference: 196,231,238

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Gaol bills: Ironwork (231 includes ironwork for County Asylum).
Reference: 197

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Gaol bills: Mason's.
Reference: 198,212,242

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Gaol bills: Draper's.
Reference: 199,215,229

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Gaol bills: Plumber glazier's.
Reference: 200,206,232,234

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Gaol bills: Carpenter's (200 inc. "putting stumps in hemp beaters")
Reference: 201,208,233,237

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Gaol bills: Gaoler's general (233 inc. "leaches applied to prisoners leg";. 237 publicly whipping pris. at cart's tail for 100 yards in Bedford").
Reference: 209,225

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Gaol bills: Cobbler's.
Reference: 186,226,235

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Bridewell bills: Prisoners; bread.
Reference: 185

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Sessions House bills: Hallkeeper's.
Reference: 190,203,224,243

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Sessions House bills: Sand.
Reference: 193

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Sessions House bills: Bricklayer's.
Reference: 196,238

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Sessions House bills: Ironwork.
Reference: 199,229

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Sessions House bills: Plumber glazier's.
Reference: 234

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Sessions House bills: Carpenter's.
Reference: 195

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Bridges: Architect's account for building Harrowden bridge (see 144, 171).
Reference: 199

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Bridges: Printing and writing signboards for when Harrowden bridge was out of repair.
Reference: 188,189,214,217

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Miscellaneous bills: Coroner's.
Reference: 191,205,216,240

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Miscellaneous bills: Printer stationer's.
Reference: 194,202,213,228

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Miscellaneous bills: Legal charges in various cases.
Reference: 210

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Miscellaneous bills: Receipt from Assize Clerk.
Reference: 230

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Miscellaneous bills: Fees due to Clerk to the Justices for "taking an Account of the Population". (1st. Census return).
Reference: 3

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Petitions and appeals: Appeal of Moses Wilson [Harlington] against court order for neglecting statute duty (see 1810/29,85).
Reference: 18

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Petitions and appeals: Notice of appeal by Jas. Walters against the Poor Rate of Studham, because certain people are rated at less than they ought to be.
Reference: 149

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Justices qualifications: Francis Pickins; property in Wollaston, N'hants.
Reference: 150

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Justices qualifications: Wm. Elstob, clerk; property in rectory of Shelton (see 292).
Reference: 159

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Justices qualifications: Phil. Hunt; clerk; property in rectory of St. Peter's Bedford (see 295).
Reference: 290,291,293,294

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Justices oaths.
Reference: 1

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Writs: Special for appearance of inhabitants of Haynes (c.f.14).
Reference: 2,15,21,30

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Writs: Genearal jury.
Reference: 7,8

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Writs: Special for jury from "neighbourhood of Elstow" in case against Mary Price, late of Elstow, widow.
Reference: 9

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Special for jury from "neighbourhood of Pavenham" in case against Thos. Parrison, Pavenham, labr., Thos. How, of same, Sam. Hulett, same.
Reference: 10

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Writs: As 1 for Clophill.
Reference: 11,13

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Writs: As 1 for Haynes.
Reference: 12

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Writs: As 1 for Warden.
Reference: 14

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Writs: Special for jury for case against inhabs. of Haynes (c.f.1).
Reference: 16

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Writs: Special for jury in case against Thos. Stanley, Westoning, labr.
Reference: 19

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Writs: As 16 for Francis Miller, Cranfield, yeo.
Reference: 20

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Writs: As 16 for Wm. Muckleton, Harlington, butcher.
Reference: 28

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Writs: As 1 for Arlesey.
Reference: 29

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Writs: As 1 for Stotford.
Reference: 292

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Writs: To 2 J.P's C. of P. to take oath of Wm. Elstobb, clerk (see 150).
Reference: 295

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Writs: As 292 for Phil Hunt, clerk (see 159).
Reference: 51-58

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Jury Lists.
Reference: 63,65,67,69

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Calendars of prisoners.
Reference: 62

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Assize calendar.
Reference: 178

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Gaoler's return: Everything complied with.
Reference: 59,61

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Lists of officials: Constables, coroners, bailiffs.
Reference: 60

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Lists of officials: Constables.
Reference: 72

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Wm. Bigg, Potton, shopkeeper; prosecute Rev. Edw. Drax Free, rector of Sutton for assault.
Reference: 73

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Recognizances: Rev. Edw. Drax Free, Sutton, rector; answer as in 72 (see 139, 140,269).
Reference: 74

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Recognizances: Edw. Odell, junr., Cranfield; bastardy. W. URSULA NEAL.
Reference: 75

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Recognizances: Jn. Lincoln, Potton, labr.; bastardy. W. ELIZABETH GILBERT.
Reference: 76

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Recognizances: Jos. Bull, matmaker, Wm. Huckle, lace-pattern maker, Ann Ashpole, victualler and wid., Wm. Tear, labr. all of Pavenham; give evidence against Thos. Harrison, Thos. How and Sam. Hulett for a riot at night. (see 90, 241, 259, 254, 289).
Reference: 77

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Recognizances: Thos. Albone, Biggleswade, lab.; bastardy. W. LUCY LARMAN.
Reference: 78

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Recognizances: Paul White, [Dunton?] servant; bastardy. WITH ELIZABETH DEWBURY.
Reference: 79

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Recognizances: Jos. Smith, Ampthill; bastardy. WITH JUDITH DRAPER
Reference: 80

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Recognizances: Thos. Stanley, Westoning, plait-dealer; answer Wm. Smithy bailiff to Sir Gregory Page Turner, bart, Sheriff of Beds. for assault (see 252, 278).
Reference: 81

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Recognizances: Wm. Armour, Southill, carpenter; give evidence against Thos. Crosley, Campton, same, for theft of 4 deal boards from Wm. Bodger, Southill.
Reference: 82

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Recognizances: Wm. Bodger, Southill, miller; pros. Thos. Crosley as in 81 (see (270).
Reference: 83

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Recognizances: Mary Peckman, Luton, spinster; pros. Jos. Dearmer, Luton, labr. Jn. Norris, same, for assault (see 142).
Reference: 84,92

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Recognizances: Jn. Fensome, Wm. Fensom, Luton, labr.; give evid. ag. Thos. Crawley for theft of wood from Wm. Gregory (see 141, c.f.272).
Reference: 85,91

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Recognizances: Wm. Gregory, Luton, farmer; pros. as in 84.
Reference: 86

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Recognizances: Thos. Christmas, Sandy, baker; bastardy. WITH JANE TYLER.
Reference: 87

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Recognizances: Thos. Edwards, Thos. Harris, Leighton Buzzard, labrs.; give evid. against Jn. Sinfield, for theft of wood from "Birch's yard" Heath Reach, property of Edw. Lee, Wavendon, Bucks. (see 167,271).
Reference: 88

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Recognizances: Thos. Lane Wood, pros. Jn. Sinfield for theft of wood as in 87.
Reference: 89

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Recognizances: Mary Price, Elstow, wid.; answer Wm. Crouch, for breaking into his premises, removing furniture assaulting his wife and turning her out (see 251, 258, 277, 299).
Reference: 90

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Recognizances: Thos. Harrison, Pavenham, Thos. How, same, matmaker, Sam. Hulett, same, labr.; to answer as in 76.
Reference: 91

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Recognizances: Wm. Gregory; Luton, labr pros. Sam. Fensom for theft of wood, (c.f. 84,92).
Reference: 92

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Recognizances: Wm. Fensome; Luton, labr give evid. against Sam. Fensom as in 91.
Reference: 93,94

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Recognizances: Francis Horsepool, Harlington, labr.; pros. Wm. Muckleton, same, butcher, for assaulting d. Eliz. (see 145, 256, 282).
Reference: 95

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Recognizances: Rt. Barratt, Cranfield, labr., Wm. Cripps, same yeo Francis Thickpenny, same, yeo.; pros. Francis Millard, same, vict. (see 146,255). [Pound breach]
Reference: 96

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Recognizances: Francis Millard.; answer as in 95.
Reference: 97

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Recognizances: Geo. Emerton, Aspley Guise, labr.: bastardy. W. MARY FIELD.
Reference: 98

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Recognizances: Wm. How, Toddington, labr.; bastardy. W. ELIZABETH REYNOLDS.
Reference: 99

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Recognizances: Jos. Dimmock, Wootton, dealer; bastardy. W. MARY FREEMAN.
Reference: 100

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Recognizances: Wm. Livett, Sandy, labr.; bastardy. W. MARIA WHITTEMORE.
Reference: 101

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Recognizances: Wm. Robinson, Wootton, labr.; bastardy. WITH SARAH HYDE.
Reference: 102

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Recognizances: Wm. Baker, Houghton Conquest, yeo.; pros [Wm.] Brown, same, labr. for theft of stockings from Jane Newman (see 147, 257).
Reference: 103

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Recognizances: Jn. Ansell, Clophill, labr.; bastardy. W. SOPHIA FOWLER.
Reference: 104

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Recognizances: Wm. Pack, Clophill, labr.; bastardy. W. MARY FENNYMORE.
Reference: 105

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Recognizances: Jn. Rogers, Bromham, farmer; keep peace towards his wife (see 158).
Reference: 106

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Recognizances: Jas. Slater, Wootton, labr.; pros. Charles Taylor, Marston, for attempted buggery (see 284).
Reference: 107,108,110

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Recognizances: Jn. Outridge, Wilstead, labr.; answer for assaulting Jos. Lawrence (?) Meppershall (see 154).
Reference: 109

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Recognizances: Job Greenwood, Ampthill, servant; bastardy. W. MARY BURRIDGE.
Reference: 111

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Recognizances: Jn. Claridge, Keysoe, husb.; bastardy. W. MARY ANN ARCH.
Reference: 112

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Recognizances: Jn. Field, Polhanger, Meppershall; pros. Jas. Whitbread for assault.
Reference: 113,114

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Recognizances: Jas. Whitbread, Shefford; answer as in 112.
Reference: 115

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Recognizances: Jn. Hawkins, Barton, clerk; pros. Jn. Hill Jas. Burgess, same, labrs. for theft of faggots. (see 156-157a, 275).
Reference: 116

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Recognizances: Jas. Holloway, Wm. Crick, Squire Crick Jos. Field Powers, Barton labrs.; give evid. as in 115 (see 156)
Reference: 117

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Recognizances: Thos. Loft, Wootton, labr.; bastardy. WITH SARAH AUSTIN.
Reference: 118

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Recognizances: Rd. Green, Langford; bastardy. WITH MARY PATTERSON
Reference: 119

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Recognizances: Rd. Thody, Southill, labr. Jn. Garner, Old Warden, labr.; R.T. to pros. Wm. Collip, Southill, labr. for theft of wood from Sam. Whitbread J.G. to give evid.
Reference: 120,161a

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Recognizances: Jas. Larkins, Cardington, labr.; give evid. against Sam. Bonfield for theft of purse from Isaac Seaton (see 161).
Reference: 121,161a

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Recognizances: Isaac Seaton Gt. Barford, labr.; pros. as in 120. (see 1812/769)
Reference: 122

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Recognizances: Thos. Lane Wood, Leighton Buzzard, gent.; to appeal against order made by J.P. for not paying statute duty.
Reference: 123

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Recognizances: Jn. Walker, Eaton Socon, innholder; pros. Geo. Townsend, junr. for theft of sack from Sea Bush Field (see 164). See also 1812/267, 53.
Reference: 124

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Recognizances: Thos. Stringer, Colmworth, publican; pros. Ben. Lee, same labr. for theft of bacon.
Reference: 125

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Recognizances: Emmanuel Stock labr. Keziah Jordan, spinster, both Colmworth; give evid. as in 123.
Reference: 126

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Recognizances: Wm. Green, St. Albans, Herts. servant; bastardy. ELIZABETH SHIRLEY.
Reference: 127

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Recognizances: Thos. Snell, Southill, labr.; pros. Clement Thompson. Laxton, same miller, for assault (see 162)
Reference: 128

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Recognizances: Clement Thompson Laxton; answer as in 127.
Reference: 129

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Recognizances: Rd. Hall, Eaton Socon, innkeeper; pros. Thos. Baldock, same, labr. for theft of coals wood (see 137, 165.) (see 1812/268)
Reference: 130

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Recognizances: Wm. Kiddle, Maulden, labr.; bastardy. WITH SARAH COLES.
Reference: 131

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Recognizances: Ruben Cotton, Turvey, labr.; WITH MARY ROBINSON
Reference: 132

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Recognizances: Thos. Price, Milton Bryant, labr.; pros. Sam. Fanch, Leighton Buzzard, labr. for assaulting Thos. Pinder, Milton Bryant.
Reference: 133,134

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Recognizances: Wm. Bassett, Cople, labr.; keep peace towards Eliz. Grant, Southill, infant.
Reference: 135

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Recognizances: Thos. Dix, Marston, labr.; pros. Jn. Ellis, "a rogue vagabond" (c.f. 166).
Reference: 136

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Recognizances: Jos. Cooper, Ampthill, miller; bastardy. W. ELIZABETH GOBBY.
Reference: 137

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Recognizances: Sam. Freshwater, Eaton Socon, labr.; give evid as in 129.
Reference: 158

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Articles of the Peace: Eliz. Rogers, w. of Jn., Bromham, farmer against her husband (see 105).
Reference: 174

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Articles of the Peace: Jn. Britain, Biggleswade, yeo. against Wm. Barker, same, labr. - "I have a brace of pistols a blunderbuss ready for you". (see 264).
Reference: 138

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Examinations and depositions: Settlement: Jn. Howel; Handbury, Staffs. (see 50).
Reference: 139

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Examinations and depositions: Other offences: Evid. of Wm. Bigg (as in 72) - Dr. Free "began to abuse him with very rough language, as calling him Villain, Rascal, Scoundrel, Cheat, Methodist", "He took him by the collar of his coat" forced him out of the room, as they were going through the parlour, Dr. Free picked up a large stick and threatened to knock him down. When they reached the washhouse door he "was given a violent push out thro' the door had nearly thrown Biggs upon his Head in the Gutter".
Reference: 140

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Examinations and depositions: Other offences: Information of Wm. Bigg, Garter shopkeeper as in 72-3, 139.
Reference: 141

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Examinations and depositions: Other offences: Exam. of Wm. Gregory, Jn. Fensome Wm. Fensome, as in 84 92, - Wm. Gregory missed wood from brick kiln near Luton set J.F. W.F. to watch. (see 143).
Reference: 142

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Examinations and depositions: Other offences: Inform of Mary Peckman, as in 83 - indecent assault.
Reference: 143

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Examinations and depositions: Other offences: Exam. of Jn. Wm. Fensome, as in 84, 92, 141 - given as "lime kiln".
Reference: 145

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Examinations and depositions: Other offences: Inform. of Eliz. Horsepool as in 93, 94 (see 256).
Reference: 146

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Examinations and depositions: Other offences: Inform. of Rt. Barratt, Wm. Cripps, Francis Thickpenny - against Francis Millar for pound breach (see 95, 255).
Reference: 147

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Examinations and depositions: Other offences: Inform. of Jas. Newman Wm. Baker against Wm. Brown, servant, as in 102.
Reference: 154

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Examinations and depositions: Other offences: Inform. of Jn. Lawrence (see 107, 108, 110)
Reference: 155

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Examinations and depositions: Other offences: Inform. of Thos. Bales as in 154, 107, 108, 110).
Reference: 156

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Examinations and depositions: Other offences: Exam of Jas. Holloway, Barton, who was "watching some apples" at 2.30 in the morning when he saw Jas. Burgis and Jn. Hill take faggots from the rick yard of Mr. Hawkins (see 115-6).
Reference: 157

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Examinations and depositions: Other offences: Exam. of Jos. Field Powers Wm. Crick; as in 156, 116.
Reference: 157a

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Examinations and depositions: Other offences: Exam. of Jn. Hill Jas. Burgess, Squire Crick.
Reference: 160

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Examinations and depositions: Other offences: Inform. of Geo. Rowles, junr., Gt. Barford, - he is a poor person not able to work has a wife 5 children unable to maintain themselves. His father Geo. Rowles, senr. same, yeo. could relieve and maintain him.
Reference: 161

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Examinations and depositions: Other offences: Exam. of Isaac Seaton, Sam. Bonfield, and Jas. Larkins (as in 120). He was given a lift in Bonfield's cart from Wootton to the Cherry ree Inn, Bedford, where Seaton got hopelessly drunk. They proceeded to Fenlake where Bonfield put Seaton and his bundle by the roadside, having taken his purse from his pocket (for safety??) Later Larkins took him to his house till he was more sober. Next day he accused S. B., who denied stealing his purse and hat but later gave them to him.
Reference: 162,163

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Examinations and depositions: Other offences: Exam. of Thos. Snell as in 127 - Clement Thompson Laxton threatened to strike him with a club.
Reference: 164

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Examinations and depositions: Other offences: Inform. of Jn. Walker; as in 123.
Reference: 165

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Examinations and depositions: Other offences: Inform. of Sam. Freshwater; as in 129, 137.
Reference: 166

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Examinations and depositions: Other offences: Inform. of Rd. Randall, c.f. 135.
Reference: 167

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Examinations and depositions: Other offences: Inform. of Thos. Edwards; as in 87.
Reference: 179

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Examinations and depositions: Other offences: Inform. of Jn. Berry, overseer of Milbrook that Jn. Robinson, same, refused to work and his wife became chargeable to the parish. (see 179)
Reference: 241

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Examinations and depositions: Other offences: Rough notes about case 76 - "Wm. Dinness made a speech at Mr. Newell's gate for 15 Minutes".
Reference: 4

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Removal Orders: Jn. Burrows w. Ann; Leighton B. to Toddington (see 300)
Reference: 6,27

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Removal Orders: Rd. Emmerton fam.; Tilsworth to Stanbridge.
Reference: 49

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Removal Orders: Wm. Mason w. Ann; Toddington to Cheddington, Bucks.
Reference: 50

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Orders concerning removal: To constable of [blank - not completed] to convey Jn. Howel to Handbury, Staffs. (see 138).
Reference: 23

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Warrants (see also debtors): For arrest of Jn. Onbridge for assaulting Jos. Lawrence, Meppershall.
Reference: 36

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Warrants (see also debtors): For arrest of Wm. Basset on suspicion of having stolen 2 black cart-horses from Clapham.
Reference: 38

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Warrants (see also debtors): For arrest of Sam. Bonfield, Cardington, for theft of 11/6 and a hat from Isaac Seaton, Gt. Barford.
Reference: 39

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Warrants (see also debtors): To constable of Leighton Buzzard for distraining goods of Thos. Lane Wood to obtain 15/ - statute money and to sell them if necessary (see 40, 173, 302).
Reference: 169

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Indictments and presentments: J.P's presentment that Wm. Plumbe, Crawley Green, Luton, has been convicted for cutting spoiling underwood, property of Jn. Crawley, esq. in Spittlesley Wood, Luton.
Reference: 179

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Indictments and presentments: J.P's presentment that Jn. Robinson has been convicted sentenced as an idle and disorderly person.
Reference: 257

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Indictments and presentments: Wm. Brown; as in 102, 147.
Reference: 258,277

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Indictments and presentments: Mary Price; as in 89, 251, (299).
Reference: 259

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Indictments and presentments: Sam. Hulett; as in 76, 90.
Reference: 260

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Indictments and presentments: Jn. Warman, Elstow, labr.; assaulting wm. Atwood.
Reference: 261

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Indictments and presentments: Jn. Ward, Dunton, labr.; theft of wood from Hon. Geo. Jn. Earl Spencer.
Reference: 262

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Indictments and presentments: Hewitt Bunyan; as in 1810/84, c.f. 1810/174.
Reference: 263

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Indictments and presentments: Jn. Pierce, Clophill, labr.; assaulting Wm. Smith.
Reference: 264

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Indictments and presentments: Wm. Barker; as in 174.
Reference: 265

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Indictments and presentments: Nich. Brown; as in 1810/, 90, 91 1811/304.
Reference: 266

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Indictments and presentments: Thos. Lancaster; as in 1810/78, 106.
Reference: 267

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Indictments and presentments: Jn. Negus; as in 1810/89,109.
Reference: 268

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Indictments and presentments: Jos. Dearmer; as in 83 (c.f. Peckman, Peckham).
Reference: 269

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Indictments and presentments: Rev. Edw. Drax Free; as in 73. (see 139,140).
Reference: 270

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Indictments and presentments: Thos. Crosley; as in 82.
Reference: 271

Scope and Content
Indictments and presentments: Jn. Sinfield; as in 87.
Reference: 272

Scope and Content
Indictments and presentments: Sam. Fensom; as in 91, 92.
Reference: 273

Scope and Content
Indictments and presentments: Thos. Crawley; as in 84, 85.
Reference: 274

Scope and Content
Indictments and presentments: Jos. Dean, Northill, labr. Wm. Bone, same; theft of straw from Geo. Inskip.
Reference: 275

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Indictments and presentments: Jn. Hill; as in 115.
Reference: 276

Scope and Content
Indictments and presentments: Wm. Collip; as in 119.
Reference: 278

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Indictments and presentments: Thos. Stanley; as in 80, (252).
Reference: 282

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Indictments and presentments: Wm. Muckleton; as in 93.
Reference: 283

Scope and Content
Indictments and presentments: Wm. Cripps; as in 95.
Reference: 284

Scope and Content
Indictments and presentments: Chas. Taylor; as in 106.
Reference: 289

Scope and Content
Indictments and presentments: Thos. Harrison, Thos. How, Sam. Hulett; as in 76.
Reference: 4

Scope and Content
Debtors: Warrant for arrest of Rd. Harbett for debt and appearance at Westminster. (see 152)
Reference: 17

Scope and Content
Debtors: As 4 for Jn. Duett (see 1810/31, 1811/151).
Reference: 22

Scope and Content
Debtors: Court Order releasing Rd. Harbett, Thos. Favell, Jn. Duett under Insolvent Debtors Act. (see 4, 17, 1810/27, 31).
Reference: 41

Scope and Content
Debtors: As 4 for Jn. Robinson.
Reference: 71

Scope and Content
Debtors: List of debtors.
Reference: 151

Scope and Content
Debtors: Statement accompanying schedule of Jn. Duett, Singlebury, Gt. Horwood, Bucks. labr. (see 17, 1810/31).
Reference: 152

Scope and Content
Debtors: As 151 for Rd. Harbett, Steppingley, labr. (see 4).
Reference: 153

Scope and Content
Debtors: As 151 for Thos. Favell, Thurleigh, farmer (see 1810/27).
Reference: 218,221

Scope and Content
Debtors: Schedule of Rd. Harbett.
Reference: 219,222

Scope and Content
Debtors: Schedule of Jn. Duett.
Reference: 220,223

Scope and Content
Debtors: Schedule of Thos. Favell.
Reference: 245

Scope and Content
Debtors: Petition of Thos. Favell under Insolvent Debtors Act.
Reference: 246

Scope and Content
Debtors: Petition of Jn. Duett under Insolvent Debtors Act.
Reference: 247

Scope and Content
Debtors: Petition of Rd. Harbett under Insolvent Debtors Act.
Reference: 248

Scope and Content
Debtors: Petition of Jn. Duett to be brought before QS.
Reference: 249

Scope and Content
Debtors: Petition of Thos. Favell to be brought before QS.
Reference: 250

Scope and Content
Debtors: As 249 for Rd. Harbett.
Reference: 306-319

Scope and Content
Debtors: Newspapers containing names of debtors.
Reference: 31

Scope and Content
Court Orders: That appeal of Jn. Emery against poor rate of Tempsford be respited till next QS.
Reference: 32

Scope and Content
Court Orders: That inhabitants of Wootton pay fine of 700 for not repairing highway from Hoo Lane, Marston to Kempston Lane (see 280).
Reference: 33

Scope and Content
Court Orders: That inhabitants of Leagrave pay fine of 517 for not repairing highway from boundary near Houghton Reg. to boundary near Limbury.
Reference: 64

Scope and Content
Court Orders: Conviction sentence of 11 prisoners.
Reference: 66

Scope and Content
Court Orders: As 64 for 10 prisoners.
Reference: 68

Scope and Content
Court Orders: As 64 for 4 prisoners.
Reference: 70

Scope and Content
Court Orders: As 64 for 7 prisoners.
Reference: 299

Scope and Content
Court Orders: That recognizance 89 be respited to next sessions.
Reference: 300

Scope and Content
Court Orders: That removal order of Jn. Burrows and w. be confirmed (see 4).
Reference: 143a

Scope and Content
Letter accompanying 143.
Reference: 251-6

Scope and Content
Detailed case records endorsed "Traverse Book" and "Traverse Records", for 89, 80, 76, 95, 93.
Reference: 297

Scope and Content
Letter from Adjutant of 2nd. Reg. of Local Militia asking that Jn. Field in gaol on charge of beating his servant be allowed to have extra nourishment than the common gaol allowance "he begs to be allowed a little port wine at proper times for his friends to have free access to him".
Reference: 298

Scope and Content
Letter from Jn. Field also asking favours as in 297.
Reference: 301

Scope and Content
Bread list for gaol and bridewell.
Reference: 302,303

Scope and Content
Note of case against Thos. Lane Wood, for non-payment of statute duty. (see 40, 39, 173).
Reference: 304

Scope and Content
Case of Geo. Sutton v. Nich. Brown (see 265, 1810/89,90) of Sutton, refused to let Brown have drink after hours, though he had supplied it twice before.
Reference: 305

Scope and Content
Case against Overseers of Bromham for neglecting maintenance order for Fliz. (Baskerville) at Hoxton Asylum.
Reference: 306-319

Scope and Content
MISCELLANEOUS: Newspapers (see debtors).

1812
Reference: 167

Scope and Content
Sacrament and other business: Certificates: Jn. Hitchcock, Potton.
Reference: 168

Scope and Content
Sacrament and other business: Certificates: Jn. Alcock, Riggleswade.
Reference: 171

Scope and Content
Sacrament and other business: Certificates: Ric. Leane, (S. Paul's, Bedford.)
Reference: 172

Scope and Content
Sacrament and other business: Certificates: Jn. Jacobs, (S. Paul's, Bedford.)
Reference: 173

Scope and Content
Sacrament and other business: Certificates: Jn. Mane, (S. Paul's, Bedford.)
Reference: 182

Scope and Content
Sacrament and other business: Oaths of allegiance: signed by Roger Johnson; Farrer Grove Spurgeon Farrer; Christopher Wilson; Jn. Reynolds Wardale.
Reference: 166

Scope and Content
Sacrament and other business: Chapel Certificates: Certificate that Rev. Henry Young Cheverton Rev. Archibald MacLanglin are Methodist Ministers for the Bedford Circuit "at Bedford, Ampthill, Leighton Buzzard, Eaton Bray c."
Reference: 179

Scope and Content
Military: Return of 1st. Reg. of Beds. local Militia.
Reference: 180

Scope and Content
Military: Return of Bedfordshire --- local Militia.
Reference: 181

Scope and Content
Military: As 179 for 2nd. Reg.
Reference: 274

Scope and Content
Bridges: Draft Resolution that Mr. Wing survey Bromham Bridge, "with a view ...... of making the passage of the river Commodious and safe without ...... superfluous expense.)
Reference: 27

Scope and Content
Highways: Diversion of Road in Tingrith called Watery Lane between Higham Cottage and a farm occupied by Rob. Poulton. 396 yds.
Reference: 28

Scope and Content
Highways: Plan accompanying 27.
Reference: 29

Scope and Content
Highways: Consent of Rob. Trevor of Flitwick to diversion as in 27.
Reference: 30

Scope and Content
Highways: J.P.'s order for diversion as in 27.
Reference: 33

Scope and Content
Highways: Measurement of Roads in Dunton Sutton.
Reference: 35

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Highways: Measurement of Road called Langford Lane in Holme, Biggleswade
Reference: 36

Scope and Content
Highways: Measurement of Road from Holwell to Shillington.
Reference: 54

Scope and Content
Highways: Measurement of Roads in Clophill, Flitton Harlington.
Reference: 176

Scope and Content
Highways: J.P.'s certificate that the road in Harlington beginning at Hoard Lane going to Sundon set out under enclosure award is now made and in good repair.
Reference: 233

Scope and Content
Highways: Estimate for making road in Stopsley.
Reference: 248

Scope and Content
Highways: J.P.'s presentment that the highway from Offley, Herts to Luton in Stopsley is out of repair.
Reference: 249

Scope and Content
Highways: As 248, but from Biggleswade to Southill, called Langford Lane, in Holme.
Reference: 250

Scope and Content
Highways: As 248, but from Holwell to Shillington in Holwell.
Reference: 251

Scope and Content
Highways: As 248, but from Westoning to Harlington in Harlington.
Reference: 262

Scope and Content
Highways: As 248, but from Baldock to Henlow at Astwick.
Reference: 183,210

Scope and Content
Gaol Bills: Drapers'.
Reference: 184,199,218,229

Scope and Content
Gaol Bills: Gaolers' General. (199, includes "taking Jos. Read to London ...... to be employed in His Majesty's Service by Sea.")
Reference: 185

Scope and Content
Gaol Bills: Basket Makers.
Reference: 186,197,209,225

Scope and Content
Gaol Bills: Prisoners' Bread.
Reference: 190,200

Scope and Content
Gaol Bills: Cobblers'.
Reference: 192,205,226

Scope and Content
Gaol Bills: Plumber Glaziers'.
Reference: 193,204,221

Scope and Content
Gaol Bills: Ironwork.
Reference: 194

Scope and Content
Gaol Bills: "Making 10 pairs of Overalls."
Reference: 195,216

Scope and Content
Gaol Bills: Carpenter's.
Reference: 201,217

Scope and Content
Gaol Bills: Coal.
Reference: 207

Scope and Content
Gaol Bills: Gaoler's bill for removing convicts on Board the "Captivity Hult" lying in
Reference: 212

Scope and Content
Gaol Bills: Port for the Gaoler.
Reference: 213

Scope and Content
Gaol Bills: Bricklayer's.
Reference: 220

Scope and Content
Gaol Bills: An inquisition on Jn. Cuthberton, prisoner, who died in gaol.
Reference: 187,198,208,224

Scope and Content
Bridewell Bills: Prisoner's Bread.
Reference: 189

Scope and Content
Sessions House Bills: Coal and Sand.
Reference: 192,206,226

Scope and Content
Sessions House Bills: Plumber and Glaziers'.
Reference: 195,228

Scope and Content
Sessions House Bills: Carpenters'.
Reference: 201

Scope and Content
Sessions House Bills: Coal.
Reference: 211

Scope and Content
Sessions House Bills: Hallkeeper's.
Reference: 219

Scope and Content
Sessions House Bills: Ironwork.
Reference: 230

Scope and Content
Sessions House Bills: Bricklayer.
Reference: 195

Scope and Content
Asylum Bills: Carpenters'.
Reference: 222

Scope and Content
Asylum Bills: Coal.
Reference: 232

Scope and Content
Asylum Bills: List of Tradesmens' bills.
Reference: 188,215

Scope and Content
Miscellaneous Bills: Coroners'.
Reference: 191,196,214,231

Scope and Content
Miscellaneous Bills: Printer Stationers'.
Reference: 202

Scope and Content
Miscellaneous Bills: Statement of expense incurred by wife and family of Wm. Osbourn when he absconded left them chargeable to Eggington Eaton Bray.
Reference: 203,227

Scope and Content
Miscellaneous Bills: Legal Charge in various cases.
Reference: 223

Scope and Content
Miscellaneous Bills: Cost in an appeal case.
Reference: 2

Scope and Content
Writs: Special for the appearance of inhabitants of Barton.
Reference: 3

Scope and Content
Writs: As 2, but for Streatley.
Reference: 4,5

Scope and Content
Writs: As 2, but for Stopsley.
Reference: 6,11,23,49

Scope and Content
Writs: General Jury.
Reference: 10

Scope and Content
Writs: As 2, but for Houghton Regis.
Reference: 31

Scope and Content
Writs: Writ to Sheriff to hold a court for insolvent debtors.
Reference: 41

Scope and Content
Writs: As 2, but for Clophill.
Reference: 42

Scope and Content
Writs: As 2, but for Dunton.
Reference: 43

Scope and Content
Writs: As 2, but for Holme, Biggleswade.
Reference: 44

Scope and Content
Writs: As 2, but for Flitton.
Reference: 45

Scope and Content
Writs: As 2, but for Flitton.
Reference: 46

Scope and Content
Writs: As 2, but for Harlington.
Reference: 47

Scope and Content
Writs: As 2, but for Sutton.
Reference: 48

Scope and Content
Writs: As 2, but for Holwell.
Reference: 100

Scope and Content
Writs: Special for Jury in case against Wm. Wallis.
Reference: 55-62

Scope and Content
Jury Lists.
Reference: 67,70,72,74,76

Scope and Content
Calendars of Prisoners.
Reference: 175

Scope and Content
Gaoler's Return: Everything complied with.
Reference: 63-66

Scope and Content
Lists of Officers: Coroners, Chief Constables Bailiffs.
Reference: 78

Scope and Content
Recognizances: Jn. Walker, Stagsden; Jn. Tassell, same; give evidence against Wm. Hobbs, Astwood, Bucks; for an assult.
Reference: 79

Scope and Content
Recognizances: Jn. Smith, Bedford S. Mary; bastardy. WITH SARAH WHITE.
Reference: 80

Scope and Content
Recognizances: Ambrose Marriot, Pertenhall, yeo; bastardy. ELIZABETH PASHLER.
Reference: 81

Scope and Content
Recognizances: Tho. Lavender, Cardington, lab; bastardy. W. ANN BARCOCK.
Reference: 82

Scope and Content
Recognizances: Jos. Church, Milton Ernest, lab; bastardy. ELIZABETH TRING.
Reference: 83

Scope and Content
Recognizances: Jas. Oney, Ickleford, Herts. lab; bastardy. ELIZABETH ANDERSON.
Reference: 84

Scope and Content
Recognizances: Jn. Norman, Pavenham, lab; bastardy. WITH MARY PAGE.
Reference: 85

Scope and Content
Recognizances: Geo. Norman, Potton, Constable; to prosecute Eliz. Medlock of Wrestlingworth, Spinster; for breaking open the prison door at Potton in the night breaking the lock. (see 142, 143, 263.)
Reference: 86

Scope and Content
Recognizances: Jn. Boyeat, Eaton Socon, lab; bastardy. WITH ANN PACK.
Reference: 87

Scope and Content
Recognizances: Jas. Savage, Roxton, carpenter, bastardy. W. MARY ANNE BRIGS.
Reference: 88

Scope and Content
Recognizances: Wm. Church, Roxton, lab; Jn. Hull, same, lab; give evidence against Tho. Hull, Roxton, for theft of beans belonging to Jacob Ayres. (see 264.)
Reference: 89

Scope and Content
Recognizances: Tho. Hull to answer as in 88.
Reference: 90

Scope and Content
Recognizances: Jacob Ayres to prosecute as in 88.
Reference: 91

Scope and Content
Recognizances: Jos. Lock, Langford, blacksmith; bastardy. JEMIMA BYWATERS.
Reference: 92

Scope and Content
Recognizances: Jn. Newman, Luton, breechesmaker; to prosecute Ric. Powell, Luton; for assault. (see 259)
Reference: 93

Scope and Content
Recognizances: Jn. Somes, Pavenham, farmer; to answer Jas. Boston, Pavenham, shoemaker; for assault. (see 145, 260, 261)
Reference: 94

Scope and Content
Recognizances: Wm. White, Bow Brickhill, Bucks, lab; bastardy. W. ANN RAYS.
Reference: 95

Scope and Content
Recognizances: Jas. Suttell Wood, clerk, Rector of Cranfield; to prosecute Wm. Ford, Cranfield for threatening to kill him. (see 146 1813/157)
Reference: 96

Scope and Content
Recognizances: Wm. Squire, Riggleswade, butcher; keep the peace towards Jn. Brittain, Biggleswade, yeo. (see 97 - 116, 20, 148, 256)
Reference: 97

Scope and Content
Recognizances: Jn. Barker, Biggleswade, inn-keeper; to keep the peace as in 96.
Reference: 98

Scope and Content
Recognizances: Sam. Bartle, jnr., Biggleswade, barber; as in 96.
Reference: 99

Scope and Content
Recognizances: Wm. Wallis, Eyeworth, lab; as in 96.
Reference: 101

Scope and Content
Recognizances: Geo. Barrett, Biggleswade, wheeler; as in 96.
Reference: 102

Scope and Content
Recognizances: Jn. Grigg, Biggleswade, blacksmith; to stand surety for appearance of 101.
Reference: 103

Scope and Content
Recognizances: Wm. Larkins, Biggleswade, blacksmith; as in 102.
Reference: 104

Scope and Content
Recognizances: Humphrey Walker, Biggleswade, blacksmith, to stand surety for the appearance of 112.
Reference: 105

Scope and Content
Recognizances: Isaac Banks, Biggleswade, carpenter; as 104, but for 106.
Reference: 106

Scope and Content
Recognizances: Edw. Albone, Biggleswade, carpenter; for assault on Wm. Bowles, to keep the peace towards Jn. Brittain, yeo; and Wm. Bowles, Biggleswade, lab.
Reference: 107

Scope and Content
Recognizances: Jn. How, Biggleswade, haybinder; as 104, but for 114.
Reference: 108

Scope and Content
Recognizances: Edw. Monley, Biggleswade, cordwainer as 104, but for 114.
Reference: 109

Scope and Content
Recognizances: Geo. Baymont, Biggleswade, lab; as 104, but for 111.
Reference: 110

Scope and Content
Recognizances: Jas. Pate., Biggleswade, lab; as 104, but for 111.
Reference: 111

Scope and Content
Recognizances: Jn. Sutton, Biggleswade, lab; as in 96.
Reference: 112

Scope and Content
Recognizances: Gilles Tingay, Biggleswade, butcher; as in 96; and to answer for assault on Jn. Brittain.
Reference: 113

Scope and Content
Recognizances: Wm. Butterworth, Biggleswade, carpenter, as 104, but for 112.
Reference: 114

Scope and Content
Recognizances: Philip Chisham, Biggleswade, lab; assault on Wm. Bowles
Reference: 115

Scope and Content
Recognizances: Sam. Bartlett, snr. jnr. Biggleswade, barbers; as in 96.
Reference: 116

Scope and Content
Recognizances: Josua ?Maulden, Biggleswade, auctioneer; as 104 but for 115.
Reference: 117

Scope and Content
Recognizances: Wm Jones, Leighton Buzzard, lab; prosecute Rob. Sephens, (sic) Leighton Buzzard, victualler; assault. (see 151)
Reference: 118

Scope and Content
Recognizances: Rob. Stephens, Leighton Buzzard, victualler; to answer as in 117.
Reference: 119

Scope and Content
Recognizances: Jas. Beasley, jnr., Cranfield, blacksmith; bastardy.
Reference: 120

Scope and Content
Recognizances: Sarah Bithrey, w. of Wm., Carlton; answer John Rudd other parishioners of Carlton to be of good behaviour. (see149, 150)
Reference: 121

Scope and Content
Recognizances: Tho. Duks, S. Ives, Hunts., waterman; to prosecute Wm. ?Garat, Harrowden-on-the-Hill, Essex, licenced Hawker, for attempting to pick his pocket. (see 161)
Reference: 122

Scope and Content
Recognizances: Jn. Bonnet, Peterborough, waterman; to prosecute Jos. Mallard, late of Northampton, clothsman; for attempting to steal Silver Watch. (see 160, 162, 163 254)
Reference: 123

Scope and Content
Recognizances: Jn. Tesh Field, Silsoe, husb; prosecute Ric. Simpson, Silsoe, gardener; for the theft of a pair of leather reins. (see 152)
Reference: 124

Scope and Content
Recognizances: Ric. Simpson, Silsoe, gardener, to answer as in 123.
Reference: 125

Scope and Content
Recognizances: Mary Hasledine, Bedford, w. of Jn.; to answer for offering in exchange counterfeit bank tokens of 3/- each. (see 252)
Reference: 125d

Scope and Content
Recognizances: Tho. Smith, Bedford, tailor, give evidence against Mary Hasledine as in 125.
Reference: 126

Scope and Content
Recognizances: Tho. Harrison, butcher; Geo. Riseley, baker, both of Pavenham; T.H. to prosecute Mary Hasledine as in 125, G.R. to give evidence.
Reference: 127

Scope and Content
Recognizances: Wm. Watson, Bedford S. Mary; Ric. Swepston; to give evidence against Mary Hasledine as in 125.
Reference: 128

Scope and Content
Recognizances: Jas, Inwards, Chalgrave, Wheelwright; bastardy. W. MARY READ.
Reference: 129

Scope and Content
Recognizances: Jn. Patrick Moore, Esq., Aspley Guise; to prosecute Jn. Keens, same, lab; for the theft of a quantity of wood. (see 1813/244)
Reference: 130

Scope and Content
Recognizances: Jn. Gill, Aspley Guise, lab; Jn. Farr, same, yeo; give evidence as in 129.
Reference: 131

Scope and Content
Recognizances: Wm. Underwood, Sandy; bastardy, WITH ANN PRICE.
Reference: 132

Scope and Content
Recognizances: Jn. Richardson jnr., Sandy, lab; bastardy. W. MARY OSBORNE
Reference: 133

Scope and Content
Recognizances: Tho. Jackson, jnr., Astwood, Bucks, lab; bastardy. MARY SOULSBURY
Reference: 134

Scope and Content
Recognizances: Rob. Horne, Ridgemont, lab; bastardy. W. SARAH DOLTON
Reference: 135

Scope and Content
Recognizances: Jn. Case, late of Felmersham, lab; bastardy. W. MARY BRIGHT.
Reference: 136

Scope and Content
Recognizances: Jas. Wilson, Shillington, lab; bastardy. SARAH STEVENS
Reference: 137

Scope and Content
Recognizances: Wm. Thody, Wm. Smith, Hen. Edwards, Tho. Wells, Wm. Kendle, all of Langford; to give evidence against Jos. Yourby for theft of a quantity of Clover, Hay undressed Barley.
Reference: 138

Scope and Content
Recognizances: Jos. Hewlet, Langford, yeo; to prosecute Jos. Yourby of Bovingdon, Herts, potman and carrier as in 137. (see 1813/155, 156, 1813/243)
Reference: 140

Scope and Content
Examinations and Depositions: Settlements: Examination of Usef Bankowski, born in Hungary, served in the Navy, wounded in the arm, wandering and begging for nine months. (see 9)
Reference: 141

Scope and Content
Examinations and Depositions: Settlements: Information of Tho. Day Jos. Pedder of Millbrook, regarding 140.
Reference: 139

Scope and Content
Examinations and Depositions: Other Offences: Examination of Geo. Inskip, Ickwell, Northill, farmer. He stopped Jos. Read, a boy of 14 on 26th December and asked why he was wandering in the village. He replied that his father would not have him at home in Eversholt. The scars on his face and under his eye were burnt in with a red hot poker by his father. (see 199)
Reference: 142

Scope and Content
Examinations and Depositions: Other Offences: Eliz. Medlock, Wrestlingworth, broke open Potton prison door to let out two men Jn. Wisson and Lewis Seymour confined for riotous and disorderly conduct by Jn. Page, constable. (see 85 263)
Reference: 143

Scope and Content
Examinations and Depositions: Other Offences: Information of Geo. Norman, Potton, constable, as in 142.
Reference: 144

Scope and Content
Examinations and Depositions: Other Offences: Information of Jas. Hustler, bricklayer, Shefford, against his apprentice Wm. Lilley, he threatened to run a pitch fork through his body. (see 12)
Reference: 145

Scope and Content
Examinations and Depositions: Other Offences: Information of Jas. Boston, Pavenham, shoemaker. He was dressing in the field of Jn. Somes after bathing in the river, when Jn. Somes pushed him in and held him under "til his breath was nearly spent" (see 93)
Reference: 146

Scope and Content
Examinations and Dispositions: Other Offences: Information of Jas. Suttell Wood, clerk, Rector of Cranfield, against Wm. Ford. also examination of Wm. Ford. (see 95)
Reference: 147

Scope and Content
Examinations and Dispositions: Other Offences: Information of Tho. Masters, assessor of Taxes for Eyeworth against Wm. Wallis, Eyeworth, lab; assult. (see 253)
Reference: 148

Scope and Content
Examinations and Dispositions: Other Offences: Examination of Jn. Brittain, Biggleswade, lab; concerning a riot by 100 or 150 people. (see 96 - 116)
Reference: 149

Scope and Content
Examinations and Dispositions: Other Offences: Evidence of Jn. Rudd, Carlton, carpenter, against Sarah Bithrey for keeping a disorderly house. (see 120 150)
Reference: 150

Scope and Content
Examinations and Dispositions: Other Offences: Examination of Marshall Eyles, churchwarden; Rob. Fressler; Jn. Jackson; Jn. Horne w. Eliz; all of Carlton; concerning Sarah Bithrey. (see 120 149)
Reference: 151

Scope and Content
Examinations and Dispositions: Other Offences: Information of Wm. Jones, Leighton Buzzard, against Rob. Stevens of Leighton Buzzard, for assault. (see 117)
Reference: 152

Scope and Content
Examinations and Dispositions: Other Offences: Information of Jn. Field, Silsoe, against Ric. Simpson as in 123.
Reference: 160

Scope and Content
Examinations and Dispositions: Other Offences: Examination of Jn. Bonnet, Peterborough, who had his pockets picked at ?Bedford Races. (see 122, 162, 163 254)
Reference: 161

Scope and Content
Examinations and Dispositions: Other Offences: Information of Tho. Duks, S. Ives, waterman; against Wm. ?Garat, Harrowden-on-the-Hill, Essex; for attempting to pick his pocket. (see 121 255)
Reference: 162

Scope and Content
Examinations and Dispositions: Other Offences: Information of Jn. Warden, Bedford, strawdealer, who was suspicious of two men on Bedford Race Course and followed them to a gap in the hedge. He found them in the bottom of a ditch with a purse and money which he thought belonged to Jn. Bonnet. One escaped the other was handed over to Stephen Prior, constable, brought to Bedford. (see 122, 160, 163 254)
Reference: 163

Scope and Content
Examinations and Dispositions: Other Offences: Stephen Pryer, Bedford, constable; took prisoner as in 162 into custody and also Wm. Blewit who searched prisoner's coat. (see 122, 160, 162 254.)
Reference: 7

Scope and Content
Removal Orders: Wm. Keene fam. Leighton Buzzard to Drayton Parslow, Bucks.
Reference: 16

Scope and Content
Removal Orders: Wm. Summerfield fam. Holwell to Shillington.
Reference: 17

Scope and Content
Removal Orders: Tho. Draper fam. Milton Ernest to Warmington, N'hants.
Reference: 19

Scope and Content
Removal Orders: Eliz. Plomer, w. of Jos. Private 40 Reg. Foot. son Tho. Toddington to Eddlesborough, Bucks.
Reference: 22

Scope and Content
Removal Orders: Tho. Panter, and w. Eliz. S. Pauls Bedford to Kempston.
Reference: 25,26

Scope and Content
Removal Orders: Sam. Benhow fam. Aspley Guise to Leighton Buzzard.
Reference: 34

Scope and Content
Removal Orders: Mary Read. Leighton Buzzard to Hockliffe.
Reference: 50

Scope and Content
Removal Orders: Ric. Green w. Mary. Sundon to Dunton, Bucks.
Reference: 51

Scope and Content
Removal Orders: Sam. Ellingham fam. Stanbridge to Tillsworth.
Reference: 52

Scope and Content
Removal Orders: Gad Parker alias Moores w. Sarah. Kempston to Wootton. (see 1813/5)
Reference: 273

Scope and Content
Orders concerning removal: Note referring to 34.
Reference: 164

Scope and Content
Papers concerning Bastardy: J.P.'s presentment that Eliz. Thirley, Dunstable, has not been delivered of a bastard child.
Reference: 165

Scope and Content
Papers concerning Bastardy: As 164 but for Mary Robinson, Turvey.
Reference: 169

Scope and Content
Papers concerning Bastardy: As 164 but for Mary Page, Carlton.
Reference: 170

Scope and Content
Papers concerning Bastardy: As 164 but Eliz Thirley has been delivered.
Reference: 174

Scope and Content
Papers concerning Bastardy: J.P.'s certificate that an affiliation order has been made on Reuben Cotton, Turvey. (see 165)
Reference: 272

Scope and Content
Papers concerning Bastardy: Letter relating to Bastardy Order.
Reference: 20

Scope and Content
Warrants. (see also Debtors.): To the Constable of Biggleswade to arrest Jn. Barker, innholder; Sam. Bartle, jnr., barber; Wm. Squire, butcher all of Biggleswade for threatening Jn. Brittain, Biggleswade, yeo. (see 96)
Reference: 53

Scope and Content
Warrants: To the Constables of Stagsden, Cardington Cople, to search the house of Wm. Basset for a sack marked I. Walker containing a bushed of bran a quantity of hay. (see 1811/123, 1813/90, 91 267)
Reference: 9

Scope and Content
Indictments and Presentments: J.P.'s presentment that "Usef" Bankowski has been convicted and sent to the House of Correction as a "rogue and vagabond" (see 140 141)
Reference: 177

Scope and Content
Indictments and Presentments: J.P.'s presentment that Ric. Harbet, Steppingley, has been convicted and fined for poaching.
Reference: 178

Scope and Content
Indictments and Presentments: J.P.'s presentment that Jos. Aytrup, Bolnhurst, miller; has been convicted and fined for keeping back more wheat than was allowed by law and for not having a table of prices for grinding.
Reference: 252

Scope and Content
Indictments and Presentments: Mary, w. of Jn. Hasledine; as in 125 - 127.
Reference: 253

Scope and Content
Indictments and Presentments: Wm Wallis; as in 147. (see 257 275)
Reference: 254

Scope and Content
Indictments and Presentments: Jos. Mallard, Elstow, as in 122, 160, 162 163.
Reference: 255

Scope and Content
Indictments and Presentments: Wm. Garn as in 121, 161.
Reference: 256

Scope and Content
Indictments and Presentments: Wm. Squires; Sam. Bartlett Snr Jnr; Jn. Barker; as in 96 - 116.
Reference: 258

Scope and Content
Indictments and Presentments: Francis Powell, Potton, lab; assaulting Geo. Powell at Potton.
Reference: 259

Scope and Content
Indictments and Presentments: Ric. Powell as in 92.
Reference: 260

Scope and Content
Indictments and Presentments: Jn. Somes, as in 93.
Reference: 261

Scope and Content
Indictments and Presentments: Jas, Boston, as in 93.
Reference: 263

Scope and Content
Indictments and Presentments: Eliz. Medlock, as in 85.
Reference: 264

Scope and Content
Indictments and Presentments: Tho. Hull, as in 88.
Reference: 265

Scope and Content
Indictments and Presentments: Wm. Hobbs, Stagsden, lab; assaulting Wm. Dudley at Stagsden.
Reference: 266

Scope and Content
Indictments and Presentments: Benj. Lee, Colmworth, Lab; as in 1811/21.
Reference: 267

Scope and Content
Indictments and Presentments: Geo. Townsend, as in 1811/123 1812/53.
Reference: 268

Scope and Content
Indictments and Presentments: Tho. Baldock; as in 1811/129.
Reference: 269

Scope and Content
Indictments and Presentments: Sam. Bonfield; as in 1811/120, 121 161.
Reference: 270

Scope and Content
Indictments and Presentments: Sam Franch, Milton Byrant, lab; assaulted Tho. Pindar, gamekeeper to Sir Hugh Inglis Bt.
Reference: 8

Scope and Content
Debtors: Warrant for the arrest of Enoch Abrahams for debt.
Reference: 13

Scope and Content
Debtors: As 8, but for Wm. Prior.
Reference: 14

Scope and Content
Debtors: As 8, but for Tho. Wheeler.
Reference: 15

Scope and Content
Debtors: As 8, but for Tho. Stevens.
Reference: 18

Scope and Content
Debtors: As 8, but for Jn. Smith.
Reference: 21

Scope and Content
Debtors: As 8, but for Jos. Asprey.
Reference: 32

Scope and Content
Debtors: Court Order releasing 8, 13, 14, 15, 18, 21, and Jn. Robinson, under Insolvent Debtors' Act.
Reference: 77

Scope and Content
Debtors: Calendar of Debtors.
Reference: 153

Scope and Content
Debtors: Oath of Jos. Asprey regarding his Estate.
Reference: 154

Scope and Content
Debtors: As 153 for Wm. Prior.
Reference: 155

Scope and Content
Debtors: As 153 for Jn. Robinson.
Reference: 156

Scope and Content
Debtors: As 153 for Jn. Smith.
Reference: 157

Scope and Content
Debtors: As 153 for Tho. Stevens.
Reference: 158

Scope and Content
Debtors: As 153 for Tho. Wheeler.
Reference: 159

Scope and Content
Debtors: As 153 for Enoch Abrahams.
Reference: 234

Scope and Content
Debtors: Schedule of Estate of Enoch Abrahams, Bedford S. Pauls, licenced hawker and dealer in jewellery.
Reference: 235

Scope and Content
Debtors: As 234 for Jos. Asprey, Biggleswade and Ampthill, ropemaker.
Reference: 236

Scope and Content
Debtors: As 234 for Wm. Prior, Bedford S. Paul's, tailor.
Reference: 237

Scope and Content
Debtors: As 234 for Jn. Robinson, Arlesey, blacksmith.
Reference: 238

Scope and Content
Debtors: As 234 for Jn. Smith, Woburn, victualler.
Reference: 239

Scope and Content
Debtors: As 234 for Tho. Stevens, of the King's Head, Lower Caldecote, Northill Eaton Socon.
Reference: 240

Scope and Content
Debtors: As 234 for Tho. Wheeler, Maulden, butcher.
Reference: 241

Scope and Content
Debtors: Duplicate of 236.
Reference: 242

Scope and Content
Debtors: Duplicate of 237.
Reference: 243

Scope and Content
Debtors: Duplicate of 239.
Reference: 244

Scope and Content
Debtors: Duplicate of 234.
Reference: 245

Scope and Content
Debtors: Duplicate of 240.
Reference: 246

Scope and Content
Debtors: Duplicate of 238.
Reference: 247

Scope and Content
Debtors: Duplicate of 235.
Reference: 276

Scope and Content
Debtors: Newspapers giving the names of Debtors.
Reference: 12

Scope and Content
Court Orders: Releasing Wm. Lilley from apprenticeship to Jas. Hustler, Campton, mason. (see 144)
Reference: 24,37

Scope and Content
Court Orders: Fixing charges to be made for the conveyance of troops.
Reference: 38

Scope and Content
Court Orders: That the Order removing Wm. Foster from Eaton Bray to Chalgrave be quashed.
Reference: 39

Scope and Content
Court Orders: As 38 for Sam. Benbow fam. as in 25 26.
Reference: 40

Scope and Content
Court Orders: As 38 for Wm. Summerfield fam. as in 16.
Reference: 68

Scope and Content
Court Orders: Conviction and sentence of one prisoner.
Reference: 69

Scope and Content
Court Orders: Conviction and sentence of 13 prisoners.
Reference: 71

Scope and Content
Court Orders: Conviction and sentence of 9 prisoners.
Reference: 73

Scope and Content
Court Orders: Conviction and sentence of 8 prisoners.
Reference: 75

Scope and Content
Court Orders: Conviction and sentence of 6 prisoners.
Reference: 1

Scope and Content
Letter regarding case against Jas. Whitbread. (see 1811/112 - 114)
Reference: 257

Scope and Content
Detailed case records endorsed "Traverse Records" for Wm. Wallis as in 253.
Reference: 271

Scope and Content
Letter from J.P. recommending Beaumont Cole for appointment of High Constable of Flitt.
Reference: 275

Scope and Content
Letter from J.P. regarding Tho. Masters as in 253.
Reference: 276

Scope and Content
Newspapers giving names of debtors. (see debtors.)

1813
Reference: 160

Scope and Content
Sacrament: Certificates: Farrer Grove Spurgeon Farrer, Esq., (S. Paul's, Bedford.)
Reference: 168

Scope and Content
Sacrament: Certificates: Rob. Moore. D.D., Vicar of Thurleigh.
Reference: 172

Scope and Content
Sacrament: Certificates: Jn. Palmer, Bedford.
Reference: 174

Scope and Content
Sacrament: Oath of Allegiance: Signed by Tho. Farmer; Jn. Palmer; Rob. Moon; Ambrose Platt; Edw. Tanqueray Theed Pearse.
Reference: 25

Scope and Content
Corn Rents: Rob. Woodward, Vicar of Harrold wants three persons appointed to enquire into the average price of a Winchester bushel of Wheat.
Reference: 50

Scope and Content
Corn Rents: Court Order fixing price of Winchester Bushel of Wheat at 10/9d.
Reference: 170

Scope and Content
Corn Rents: Report by persons appointed as in 25, that the average price is 10/9d.
Reference: 264

Scope and Content
Corn Rents: Letter from agent of Lady Lucas regarding alteration of rent at Harrold.
Reference: 233

Scope and Content
Bridges: J.P.'s presentment that Ion bridge Upper Gravenhurst is out of repair.
Reference: 12

Scope and Content
Highways: Notice of application to Quarter Sessions for an equal assesment not exceeding 9d. in 1 upon occupiers of property in Stopsley for the benefit of the Highways. (see Court Orders 15)
Reference: 17

Scope and Content
Highways: See Court Orders 15. [Briggleswade]
Reference: 20

Scope and Content
Highways: Measurements of a road in Clophill.
Reference: 21

Scope and Content
Highways: As 20 in Warden.
Reference: 22

Scope and Content
Highways: As 20 in Northill.
Reference: 23

Scope and Content
Highways: As 20 in Wrestlingworth Eyeworth.
Reference: 24

Scope and Content
Highways: As 20 in Potton.
Reference: 38

Scope and Content
Highways: Diversion of a footpath; Campton to Chicksands - Order.
Reference: 38a

Scope and Content
Highways: Plan of 38.
Reference: 122

Scope and Content
Highways: Certificate of Rob. Hen. Gibbon accompanying certificate given by J.P.'s for road in Warden.
Reference: 140

Scope and Content
Highways: As 122 for Clophill.
Reference: 141

Scope and Content
Highways: As 122 for Haynes.
Reference: 142

Scope and Content
Highways: As 122 for Streatley.
Reference: 143

Scope and Content
Highways: As 122 for Holme.
Reference: 144

Scope and Content
Highways: As 122 for Barton.
Reference: 145

Scope and Content
Highways: As 122 for Stopsley.
Reference: 153

Scope and Content
Highways: Certificate of Ezra Eagles, Ampthill, gentleman, that he saw 2 J.P.'s sign a certificate for Harlington.
Reference: 154

Scope and Content
Highways: As 153, but Wm. Eames, Houghton Regis, yeo; for Houghton Regis.
Reference: 159

Scope and Content
Highways: J.P.'s certificate that the road from Warden to Cardington is in good repair.
Reference: 161

Scope and Content
Highways: As 159 for Langford Lane, in Holme, Biggleswade.
Reference: 162

Scope and Content
Highways: As 159 for Stopsley.
Reference: 163

Scope and Content
Highways: As 159 for Streatley.
Reference: 164

Scope and Content
Highways: As 159 for Barton.
Reference: 165

Scope and Content
Highways: As 159 for Clophill.
Reference: 166

Scope and Content
Highways: As 159 for Haynes.
Reference: 169

Scope and Content
Highways: As 159 for Houghton Regis.
Reference: 173

Scope and Content
Highways: As 159 for Harlington.
Reference: 225

Scope and Content
Highways: Estimate for repairing the highway in Great Barford.
Reference: 227

Scope and Content
Highways: J.P.'s presentment that a road in Warden is out of repair.
Reference: 228

Scope and Content
Highways: As 227 but in Stopsley.
Reference: 229

Scope and Content
Highways: As 227 but in Streatley.
Reference: 230

Scope and Content
Highways: As 227 but in Barton.
Reference: 231

Scope and Content
Highways: As 227 but in Clophill.
Reference: 232

Scope and Content
Highways: As 227 but in Haynes.
Reference: 234

Scope and Content
Highways: As 227 but in Shillington.
Reference: 235

Scope and Content
Highways: As 227 but in Luton
Reference: 236

Scope and Content
Highways: As 227 but in Houghton Regis.
Reference: 237

Scope and Content
Highways: As 227 but in Eggington.
Reference: 238

Scope and Content
Highways: As 227 but in Great Barford.
Reference: 175

Scope and Content
Gaol Bills: Basket Maker's.
Reference: 178,190,214,223

Scope and Content
Gaol Bills: Gaolers' General. (178 includes - "2 Loads of Dung to protect prison Pumps from Frost".)
Reference: 179,193,210

Scope and Content
Gaol Bills: Cobblers'.
Reference: 180,186,207,224

Scope and Content
Gaol Bills: Prisoner's Bread.
Reference: 181,199,209,220

Scope and Content
Gaol Bills: Carpenters'.
Reference: 182,204,217

Scope and Content
Gaol Bills: Plumber Glaziers'.
Reference: 183,202

Scope and Content
Gaol Bills: Coal.
Reference: 187,213

Scope and Content
Gaol Bills: Drapers'.
Reference: 200,203

Scope and Content
Gaol Bills: Ironwork.
Reference: 212

Scope and Content
Gaol Bills: Bricklayers'.
Reference: 177,188,208,219

Scope and Content
Bridewell Bills: Prisoner's Bread.
Reference: 181,199

Scope and Content
Sessions House. Bills: Carpenters'.
Reference: 182,195,204,217

Scope and Content
Sessions House. Bills: Plumber Glaziers'.
Reference: 183

Scope and Content
Sessions House. Bills: Sand.
Reference: 196

Scope and Content
Sessions House. Bills: Bricklayer's.
Reference: 201

Scope and Content
Sessions House. Bills: Ironwork.
Reference: 202

Scope and Content
Sessions House. Bills: Coal and Sand.
Reference: 215

Scope and Content
Sessions House. Bills: Hallkeeper's.
Reference: 226

Scope and Content
Asylum Bill: List of tradesmens' bills.
Reference: 194

Scope and Content
Bridges: Bromham - bricklayer's bill.
Reference: 216

Scope and Content
Bridges: Great Barford - bricklayer's, mason's and carpenter's bills.
Reference: 218

Scope and Content
Bridges: Architects Surveyor's bill for surveying and making plans of Great Barford and Bromham Bridges. (Robt Salmon)
Reference: 176,197,205

Scope and Content
Miscellaneous Bills: Legal charges in various cases.
Reference: 184,185,192,206,222

Scope and Content
Miscellaneous Bills: Printer and Stationers'.
Reference: 189,198,211,221

Scope and Content
Miscellaneous Bills: Coroners'.
Reference: 191

Scope and Content
Miscellaneous Bills: Unidentified.
Reference: 266

Scope and Content
Petitions and appeals: Petition by Jn. Letts asking for mercy and mitigation of his sentence of seven years transportation. (see 104, 138, 250)
Reference: 126

Scope and Content
Justices' Qualifications: Stephen Thornton, Esq.; property in Bluuhem.
Reference: 127

Scope and Content
Justices' Qualifications: Farrer Grove Spurgeon Farrer, Esq.; property in Harrold.
Reference: 137

Scope and Content
Justices' Qualifications: Rob. Moore, D.D., clerk.; Vicarage of Thurleigh;
Reference: 256,257,259,260,262263

Scope and Content
Justices' Oaths: Form of Oath to be sworn by J.P.
Reference: 1

Scope and Content
Writs: Special for the appearance of inhabitants of Shillington.
Reference: 2

Scope and Content
Writs: As 1 but for Baroness Lucas and Geo. Musgrove.
Reference: 3

Scope and Content
Writs: As 1 but for the inhabitants of Eggington.
Reference: 4,14,29

Scope and Content
Writs: General Jury.
Reference: 13

Scope and Content
Writs: As 1 but for the inhabitants of Luton.
Reference: 30,32

Scope and Content
Writs: As 1 but for the inhabitants of Wrestlingworth.
Reference: 31

Scope and Content
Writs: As 1 but for the inhabitants of Clonhill.
Reference: 33

Scope and Content
Writs: As 1 but for the inhabitants of Hill in Warden.
Reference: 34,40

Scope and Content
Writs: As 1 but for the inhabitants of Northill.
Reference: 35

Scope and Content
Writs: As 1 but for the inhabitants of Potton.
Reference: 36

Scope and Content
Writs: As 1 but for the inhabitants of Shillington.
Reference: 41

Scope and Content
Writs: As 1 but for the inhabitants of Haynes.
Reference: 42

Scope and Content
Writs: As 1 but for the inhabitants of Maulden.
Reference: 43

Scope and Content
Writs: As 1 but for the inhabitants of Great Barford.
Reference: 44

Scope and Content
Writs: As 1 but for the inhabitants of Kempston.
Reference: 45

Scope and Content
Writs: As 1 but for the inhabitants of Goldington.
Reference: 46

Scope and Content
Writs: As 1 but for the inhabitants of Westoning.
Reference: 255

Scope and Content
Writs: Special to 3. J.P.'s and the Clerk of the Peace to take the oath of Farrer Grove Spurgeon Farrer as a J.P.
Reference: 258

Scope and Content
Writs: As 255 but for Stephen Thornton, Esq.
Reference: 261

Scope and Content
Writs: As 255 but for Robert Moore, D.D., clerk.
Reference: 52-59

Scope and Content
Jury Lists.
Reference: 64,67,68,6972

Scope and Content
Calendars of Prisoners.
Reference: 171

Scope and Content
Gaoler's Return: All complied with.
Reference: 60,61,6263

Scope and Content
Lists of Officials: Coroners, constables bailiffs.
Reference: 72

Scope and Content
Recognizances: Jn. Foskett, jnr., St. Neots, shoemaker.; bastardy. W. ELIZABETH TONNSEND.
Reference: 73

Scope and Content
Recognizances: Jos. Carrington, Flamstead, Herts, bastardy. W. FRANCES NEWMAN
Reference: 75

Scope and Content
Recognizances: Jos. Syms, Potton, upholsterer; bastardy. MARIA WOODCROFT
Reference: 76

Scope and Content
Recognizances: Jn. Green, Ampthill, lab; bastardy. PHOEBE GRUMMET
Reference: 77

Scope and Content
Recognizances: Tho. George Philip Hurstwaite, Tempsford; (sic) bastardy. MARY FARMER?
Reference: 78

Scope and Content
Recognizances: Chas. Butcher, Sandy, lab; Bastardy. W. ELIZABETH USHER.
Reference: 79

Scope and Content
Recognizances: Tho. Barnes, Woodhouse, Eaton Socon, husb; prosecute Tho. Brown, Duloe, Eaton Socon, lab; for the theft of a grindstone. (see 124 245)
Reference: 80

Scope and Content
Recognizances: Tho. Brown, answer as in 79.
Reference: 81

Scope and Content
Recognizances: Francis Boston, prosecute Wm. Munday, Eversholt for felony. (see 125 253)
Reference: 82

Scope and Content
Recognizances: Wm. Cooper, Sundon, lab; bastardy. WITH SARAH WALLER.
Reference: 83

Scope and Content
Recognizances: Jas. Potts, Eversholt, yeo; keep the peace towards Charlotte Everett. (see 139)
Reference: 84

Scope and Content
Recognizances: Ellis Hare, Old Warden, lab; bastardy. (see 39 119)
Reference: 85

Scope and Content
Recognizances: Jos. Circuit, Woburn, yeo; prosecute Tho. Ward for felony. (see 128 242)
Reference: 86

Scope and Content
Recognizances: Geo. Odell, Woburn, wheelwright; give evidence as in 85.
Reference: 87

Scope and Content
Recognizances: Tho. Pepper, Milbrook, lab; bastardy. W. HANNAH BURLEY.
Reference: 88

Scope and Content
Recognizances: Geo. Shaw, ?Toddington; bastardy. W. MARY FOWLER.
Reference: 89

Scope and Content
Recognizances: Geo. Burbidge, Bedford S. Paul's, lab. bastardy. RACHEL TAYLOR.
Reference: 90

Scope and Content
Recognizances: Tho. Lavender, and w. Mary, Stagsden, victualler; Rob. Smith, Cople, carpenter; Rob. Thompson, Kempston. lab; Tho. Foskett, Cople, constable; Jn. Warden, jnr. Bedford; to give evidence against Wm. Bassett for felony. (see 1811/123, 1812/53 267, 1813/129 249)
Reference: 91

Scope and Content
Recognizances: Jn. Walker, Stagsden, farmer; to prosecute as in 90.
Reference: 92

Scope and Content
Recognizances: Ann Wootton, Harrold, widow and gentlewoman; prosecute Mary Bamford, Harrold, servant; for the theft of a silver thimble and a piece of cloth. (see 93, 132 133)
Reference: 93

Scope and Content
Recognizances: Ann Hardwick, Olney, lacedealer; prosecute Mary Bamford Harrold, servant; for the theft of a gold brooch and a white handkerchief. (see 92, 132, 133 246)
Reference: 94

Scope and Content
Recognizances: Richard Bass, Turvey Lodge, farmer; Tho. Lancaster, same, horse keeper; give evidence against Tho. Smith, Turvey, lab; for theft of some wheat from Tho. Barratt. (see 134, 135, 136 248)
Reference: 95

Scope and Content
Recognizances: Tho. Barratt, Newton Park, Bucks, farmer, prosecute as in 94.
Reference: 96

Scope and Content
Recognizances: Geo. Page, Husbourne Crawley, lab; keep the peace towards Jn. son of Wm. Turney, Husbourne Crawley, husb.
Reference: 97

Scope and Content
Recognizances: Jn. Thickpenny, Cranfield, lab; bastardy. W. ELIZABETH GEARY.
Reference: 98

Scope and Content
Recognizances: Simon Yerrell, Wrestlingworth, carpenter; bastardy. MARY FOLBIGG
Reference: 99

Scope and Content
Recognizances: Jn. White, Graffham, Hunts, lab; bastardy. (see 19) SARAH SYMAGE
Reference: 100

Scope and Content
Recognizances: Sam. Cooper, Sandy, lab; bastardy. W. HANNAH SILBY
Reference: 101

Scope and Content
Recognizances: Wm. Tear, Potton, bricklayer; bastardy. W. JUDITH RICHARDS.
Reference: 102

Scope and Content
Recognizances: Jos. Gurney, Renhold, lab; bastardy. WITH ELIZABETH [LAV]ENDER
Reference: 103

Scope and Content
Recognizances: Wm. Middleton, Whipsnade, lab; bastardy. W. MARY ANSTEE
Reference: 104

Scope and Content
Recognizances: Jn. Chamberlain, Woburn, victualler; prosecute Jn. Lett, Woburn, lab; for felony. (see 138, 250 266)
Reference: 105

Scope and Content
Recognizances: Jn. Daniel, Woburn, lab; give evidence as in 104.
Reference: 106

Scope and Content
Recognizances: Eusebius Hartwel, Harrold; keep the peace towards Edw. Skevington, Carlton. (see 149 151)
Reference: 107

Scope and Content
Recognizances: Jn. Quemby, Wilstead, lab; bastardy. WITH LUCY WARREN
Reference: 108

Scope and Content
Recognizances: Tho. Worker, Flitton, lab; to answer Wm. Thorngate of Flitton, husb; for a misdemeanour. (see 110 146)
Reference: 109

Scope and Content
Recognizances: Sam Layton [Millbrook], to prosecute Tho. Nichols for theft of two pieces of iron called thimbles from a gate, the property of the Earl of Upper Ossory. [Ampthill] See 1814/202
Reference: 110

Scope and Content
Recognizances: Wm. Thorngate, Flitton, husb; to prosecute as in 108 146.
Reference: 111

Scope and Content
Recognizances: Tho. Lovell, Podington, carpenter; bastardy. W. SUSANNAH BROWN.
Reference: 112

Scope and Content
Recognizances: Chas. Taylor, Dunstable, constable; to give evidence against Wm. Frewen, alias "Will the Sawyer" (see 147 252)
Reference: 113

Scope and Content
Recognizances: Jas, King, Haynes, lab; bastardy. W. ELIZABETH ARMSTRONG.
Reference: 114

Scope and Content
Recognizances: Francis Goodman, Leighton Buzzard, husb; to prosecute Comfort Samuell Eliz. Eastaff for felony. (see 148 240)
Reference: 115

Scope and Content
Recognizances: Jas. Gadsden, Eddlesborough, Bucks, husb; to prosecute Wm. Osborne, Eddlesborough, for theft of a flock bed and a pair of sheets. (see 150 241)
Reference: 116

Scope and Content
Recognizances: Tho. Scott, Eaton Bray, constable; give evidence against Wm. Osborne as in 115.
Reference: 117

Scope and Content
Recognizances: Wm. Wagstaffe, Colmworth, yeo; to answer for refusing to be overseer for Colmworth. (see 254)
Reference: 118

Scope and Content
Recognizances: Rob. Alderman, Farndish, farmer; to keep the peace towards Hen. Hensman, Farndish, farmer. (see 251)
Reference: 119

Scope and Content
Recognizances: Ellis Hare, Old Warden, lab; bastardy. (see 84 39) SARAH DITAY?
Reference: 120

Scope and Content
Recognizances: Jn. Briggs, Renhold, lab; bastardy. W. MARIA MAYHEW.
Reference: 121

Scope and Content
Recognizances: Wm.Kemp, Flitton, lab. bastardy. WITH MARY MILLARD.
Reference: 139

Scope and Content
Articles of the Peace: by Charlotte, w. of Sam. Everitt, Eversholt; against Jas. Potts, same, farmer; for threatening to assault her. (see 83)
Reference: 151

Scope and Content
Articles of the Peace: by Adwood Skevington, Carlton; against Eusebius Hartwell for threatening to assault him. (see 106 149)
Reference: 152

Scope and Content
Articles of the Peace: by Sarah Fowler, Eaton Bray; against her husband, Tho. "if I once get you into my arms you shall never get out again alive".
Reference: 157

Scope and Content
Articles of the Peace: by Jos. Suttell Wood, Cranfield, clerk; against Wm. Ford, same, lab; for threatening to shoot him. (see 1812/95 146)
Reference: 124

Scope and Content
Examinations and Depositions: Information of Tho.Barnes, Woodhouse, Eaton Socon, as in 79.
Reference: 125

Scope and Content
Examinations and Depositions: Information of Francis Boston, Eversholt, baker; who employed Wm.Munday to deliver bread. W.M. embezzled money paid to him. (see 81 253)
Reference: 128

Scope and Content
Examinations and Depositions: Information of Jos, Circuit, Woburn, yeo; on theft of Oats, Beans, 5 Hens and a Cock by Tho. Ward. (see 85)
Reference: 129

Scope and Content
Examinations and Depositions: Information of Jn. Walker, Stagsden, farmer; (see 1811/123, 1812/53, 267, 1813/90)
Reference: 130

Scope and Content
Examinations and Depositions: Examination of Wm. Bassett. (see 129)
Reference: 131

Scope and Content
Examinations and Depositions: Examinations of Tho. Lavender, Stagsden, victualler; Rob. Tompkins, Kempston, lab; Rob. Smith, Cople, carpenter; Tho. Foskett, Cople, constable; Jn. Warden, jnr., Bedford; as in 129.
Reference: 132

Scope and Content
Examinations and Depositions: Information of Ann Hardwick, Olney, widow. (see 92 93)
Reference: 133

Scope and Content
Examinations and Depositions: Examination of Mary Bamford, Harrold, servant; see 92 93.
Reference: 134

Scope and Content
Examinations and Depositions: Information of Tho. Lancaster, Turvey Lodge, horsekeeper to Ric. Bass. (see 94, 135, 136 248)
Reference: 135

Scope and Content
Examinations and Depositions: Examination of Tho. Smith, Turvey, lab; (see 99. 134 136)
Reference: 136

Scope and Content
Examinations and Depositions: Information of Ric. Bass, Turvey Lodge, farmer. (see 94, 134 135)
Reference: 138

Scope and Content
Examinations and Depositions: Information of Jn. Chamberlain, Woburn, publican; (see 104, 250 266) in theft of various goods.
Reference: 146

Scope and Content
Examinations and Depositions: Information of Wm. Thorngate, Flitton, husb; against Tho. Worker for Pound Breach. (see 108 110)
Reference: 147

Scope and Content
Examinations and Depositions: Information of Chas. Tayler, constable; against Tho. Roberts who was "making a riot" in the Black Horse, he turned him out and was going to put him in the stocks when stopped by Wm. Frewan alias will the Sawyer. who struck him three times. (see 112 252)
Reference: 148

Scope and Content
Examinations and Depositions: Information of Francis Goodman, Leighton Buzzard, husb; as in 114 for theft of corn from shocks in the field.
Reference: 149

Scope and Content
Examinations and Depositions: Information of Edw. Skevington, Carlton; against Eusebius Hartwell, Harrold. E.H. came to the house of E.S. at 11.p.m. and challenged him to fight. (see 106 151)
Reference: 150

Scope and Content
Examinations and Depositions: Examination of Jos. Gadsden, Northall, Eddlesborough, husb; see 115.
Reference: 155

Scope and Content
Examinations and Depositions: Information of Jos. Hewlet, Langford, farmer, as in 1812/137 138.
Reference: 156

Scope and Content
Examinations and Depositions: Evidence of Hen. Edwards, Langford, lab; as in 1812/137 138, see also 155.
Reference: 9

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Removal Orders: Wm. Bradshaw, w. Ann. Leighton Buzzard to Luton.
Reference: 39

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Bastardy Orders: Ellice Hare, Warden. (see 84 119)
Reference: 18

Scope and Content
Warrants: for the arrest of Wm. Bassett, Cople; (see 1811/123, 1812/53 267 1813/90 91.)
Reference: 19

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Warrants: to the constable of Warden to arrest Jn. White, Warden, lab; bastardy. (see 99)
Reference: 37

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Warrants: to the constable of Farndish to arrest Rob. Alderman, Farndish, farmer; to find sureties to keep the peace towards Hen. Hensman.
Reference: 8

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Indictments and Presentments: J.P.'s presentment that Jn. Hudson has been convicted and fined for theft of wood from Wm Yardley, Luton, farmer.
Reference: 10

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Indictments and Presentments: Jn. Allen, Eversholt, lab; has been convicted and committed to the House of Correction for poaching.
Reference: 11

Scope and Content
Indictments and Presentments: Tho. Elgerton, as 10.
Reference: 167

Scope and Content
Indictments and Presentments: J.P.'s presentment that Jn. Tysoe Turvey, shoemaker has been convicted for robbing the orchard of Ric. Poole, same, yeo.
Reference: 239

Scope and Content
Indictments and Presentments: Wm. Barker, Biggleswade, lab; assaulting Eliz. Jackson.
Reference: 240

Scope and Content
Indictments and Presentments: Eliz. w. of Hen. Eastaff, Leighton Buzzard, lab; Comfort Samwell, Leighton Buzzard, as in 114.
Reference: 241

Scope and Content
Indictments and Presentments: Wm. Osborne, Eaton Bray, as in 115.
Reference: 242

Scope and Content
Indictments and Presentments: Tho. Ward, Woburn, as in 85.
Reference: 243

Scope and Content
Indictments and Presentments: Jos. Yourby, Langford, as 1812/137 138, 1813/155 156.
Reference: 244

Scope and Content
Indictments and Presentments: Jn. Keens, Aspley Guise, as in 1812/129.
Reference: 245

Scope and Content
Indictments and Presentments: Tho. Brown, Eaton Socon, as in 79.
Reference: 246

Scope and Content
Indictments and Presentments: Mary Bamford as in 93.
Reference: 247

Scope and Content
Indictments and Presentments: Mary Banford as in 92.
Reference: 248

Scope and Content
Indictments and Presentments: Tho. Smith, Turvey, lab. as 94.
Reference: 249

Scope and Content
Indictments and Presentments: Wm. Bassett, Stagsden, lab; as 90.
Reference: 250

Scope and Content
Indictments and Presentments: Jn. Lett, Woburn, lab; as in 138, 104 266.
Reference: 251

Scope and Content
Indictments and Presentments: Rob. Alderman, Farndish, farmer, assault as in 118.
Reference: 252

Scope and Content
Indictments and Presentments: Wm. Frewan, as in 112 147.
Reference: 253

Scope and Content
Indictments and Presentments: Wm. Munday, Eversholt, lab; see 81 125.
Reference: 254

Scope and Content
Indictments and Presentments: Wm. Wagstaff, Colmworth, yeo; as in 117.
Reference: 5

Scope and Content
Court Orders: Order quashing the Removal Order of Gad Parker fam. from Kempston to Wootton. (see 1812/52)
Reference: 6

Scope and Content
Court Orders: that the appeal against the rate of the poor in Leighton Buzzard be respited until the next session.
Reference: 7,16,2847

Scope and Content
Court Orders: fixing the charges to be made for conveyance of troops.
Reference: 15

Scope and Content
Court Orders: Allowing a rate as in 12 to be collected by surveyors.
Reference: 17

Scope and Content
Court Orders: Allowing Jn. Downe 110 compensation for damage done by the trustees of the Turnpike, Stevenage to Biggleswade, for materials dug from 4 acres of land at Biggleswade for repair of road.
Reference: 26

Scope and Content
Court Orders: Edw. Platt Tho. Lilburn appointed as in 25.
Reference: 27

Scope and Content
Court Orders: that the inhabitants of Eggington be fined 200 for not repairing a highway.
Reference: 27a

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Court Orders: Rough note and plan of 27.
Reference: 48

Scope and Content
Court Orders: Fining Dunton 270 for not repairing highway.
Reference: 49

Scope and Content
Court Orders: Fining Flitton 250 for not repairing highway.
Reference: 50

Scope and Content
Court Orders: fixing the price of a Winchester bushel of wheat at 10/9d. [Harrdo]
Reference: 51

Scope and Content
Court Orders: fining Great Barford 300 for not repairing highway.
Reference: 65

Scope and Content
Court Orders: Conviction and sentence of 10 prisoners.
Reference: 66

Scope and Content
Court Orders: Conviction and sentence of 7 prisoners.
Reference: 70

Scope and Content
Court Orders: Conviction and sentence of 7 prisoners.
Reference: 71

Scope and Content
Court Orders: Conviction and sentence of 8 prisoners.
Reference: 123

Scope and Content
Certificate of Tho. Bailey, Ampthill, Blacksmith farrier; Wm. Axam, Soho, Middlesex, tailor; that they own property worth 100 each, being surety for the good behaviour of Sam. Fach for 1 year [see 1812/270; 1811/132].
Reference: 158

Scope and Content
Certificate by Jn. Cooper, Returning Officer; concerning a General Election.
Reference: 265

Scope and Content
Testimonial by parishioners of Yardly Hastings, to the character of Tho. Smith.
Reference: 267

Scope and Content
Note regarding passage of prisoner.
Reference: 268

Scope and Content
Clerk of the Peace's rough notes regarding various cases.
Reference: 269

Scope and Content
Clerk of the Peace's rough notes regarding various cases.


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