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Warleggan Parish Law Breakers

 
John Nance, esq., John Buckler and George Coad, yeoman, of Warleggan; confessed to trespass: fined 1s. each – 28th April 1747
 
 
Richard Broad of Warleggan, labourer; stealing one pair of men's shoes, value 1d., from John Bound[?]: to remain in bridewell for a further week and then be discharged – 11th January 1787
 
 
John Leelate of Warleggan, labourer; stealing two wooden tubs, value 6d., from Samuel Tom: public whipping – 19th April 1787
 
 
Thomas Mare of Warleggan, lab., indicted for assaulting John Laffer Rogers: fined 1s. One week in county gaol with £50 sureties to keep the peace for 12 months and to provide two other sureties of £10 each. To remain in gaol until sureties paid – 10th July 1821
 
 
Ambrose Harris of Warleggan, lab. indicted for stealing a faggot of wood, a faggot-stick, and a piece of wood, property of Thomas Dyer: two months' hard labour in Bodmin gaol – 20th October 1835
 
 
John Ede of Warleggan, lab. indicted for stealing two barndoor fowls, property of Hugh Coppin, and also for stealing four barndoor fowls property of Richard Lean. Pleaded guilty on both charges. Also indicted for stealing a pair of scissors, property of Joseph Olver: transported for seven years – 5th January 1836
 

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